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The Microelectronics Lab, like the Analog and Digital Circuits Lab, is another one of our most updated and advanced labs. Each workstation, save one, has a computer, flat panel monitor, oscilloscope, multimeter, function generator, and DC power supply for two partners to work at. The last workstation has a large microscope and a logic analyzer for the students to use. There is also a second logic analyzer for students to use if the first one is already being used.
ECE 302, Microelectronics, holds their laboratory sessions in the Microelectronics Lab. Microelectronics is the introduction to the physics of semiconductors such as PN Junctions, BJTs, and MOS field effect transistors, as well as differential and operational amplifiers. Each field will also be broken up into many sub-fields that will go into more detailed concepts of how microelectronics works. The laboratory sessions are used to reinforce the concepts discussed in class. Students also make use of the lab to use Cadence PSD and PSPICE Student Edition software.
The schedule is subject to change at anytime, so check back often. To schedule this lab, email email@example.com.
|Number of Computers:||13|
|Operating System:||Microsoft Windows XP Professional|
|Model:||Dell Optiplex GX520|
|Processor:||Pentium 4 3.4 GHz|
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12 HP E3631A DC Power Supplys 12 HP 33120A 15 MHz Function Generators 12 HP 54600B 100 MHz Oscilloscopes 12 Agilent 34401A Digital Multimeters 2 Agilent 4155C Semiconductor Parameter Analyzers 1 Giant Microscope