Introduction to processor architecture and microcontrollers. Internal structure, registers, busses, control unit. Clock, machine and instruction cycling timing, interrupts and DMA. Instruction set, mnemonics, functions, and assembly language programming. Interfacing to external memory and I/O on-chip peripherals. 01/06/2020-03/21/2020 Lecture/Laboratory Monday, Wednesday 06:30PM - 09:20PM, Barlow Hall, Room B276 (more)...
Introduction to the operation and functions of operational amplifiers and linear devices. Design and circuit analysis of op-amps, comparators, converters and special purpose linear devices. Industry standard devices will be used. 01/06/2020-03/20/2020 Lecture/Laboratory Monday, Wednesday, Friday 04:30PM - 06:20PM, Barlow Hall, Room B276
- Teacher: Wayne Sellevaag
An introduction to digital logic principles, numbering systems & conversions and gate operations. Using principles, circuit analysis will be used to minimize logic networks. Industry standard devices will be used. 01/07/2020-03/19/2020 Lecture/Laboratory Tuesday, Thursday 04:30PM - 07:20PM, Barlow Hall, Room B276
- Teacher: John Harding
Learn methods of electrical circuit analysis. Use Norton and Thevenin source conversion and constant current sources. Inductors, capacitors and transient analysis of RC and RL circuits will also be covered. 01/07/2020-03/19/2020 Lecture/Laboratory Tuesday, Thursday 12:00PM - 03:50PM, Barlow Hall, Room B276
- Teacher: Michael Farrell
Emphasizes theories and practices useful in troubleshooting failures in electrical applications. Focuses on the overall philosophy and strategy of troubleshooting, drawing applications from residential and varied industrial situations. Includes laboratory projects. 01/06/2020-03/21/2020 Lecture/Laboratory Friday 12:00PM - 12:50PM, Barlow Hall, Room B277 (more)...