Students will make extensive use of RF test equipment, including spectrum analyzers, and simulation techniques during lab exercises. September Students will be introduced to the ARM microcontroller family, prevalent in embedded systems such as mobile phones, GPS systems and other consumer devices. Students will design complete interfaces for LCDs, matrix keyboards and other hardware in the laboratory. This course introduces technology of sensor devices and communications systems used in physical security systems. Students will focus on applications of control in the renewable energy domain throughout this course. They will learn basic semiconductor theory, diodes, transistors and operational amplifiers. Problems 3, 12, 17, and 23 pp.
This course emphasizes active and passive sensors as translators of various forms of energy into electrical energy. TCO 6 A 4-bit Gray code counter is which type of state machine? Students will be introduced to fundamentals of electricity, magnetism, mechanics, and heat as they relate to electric machines and transformers. Students will work in teams and potentially with clients in industry to design, develop and complete a project. Sketch the Q output for the waveforms shown. September This course is scheduled for cancellation. Students will have an opportunity to explore the many diverse careers available in the networking, electronics and computer engineering industry.
Case studies of facility security are analyzed, and uses of analytical homeworl and security devices are explored and applied through lab activities.
September Students will be introduced to concepts of circuit analysis in passive DC and AC circuits. This course introduces architecture and programming of integrated circuit fixed- and floating-point digital signal processing chips.
Students will be introduced to engineering project management and budgeting techniques, as well as strategies for effective project teamwork. Students will be introduced to concepts of circuit analysis homewor passive DC and AC circuits. This course introduces characteristics of operating systems required to support embedded microprocessor systems and how these systems differ from conventional operating systems.
Course offerings vary by term; search Camlink for scheduled sections Credits 3 Format 2 lecture hours and 2. Students will apply these principles to the study of DC motors homswork generators, single and polyphase motors, alternators, and systems. Ecet 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 9, and week pp. Students will work in teams and potentially with clients in industry to design, develop and complete a project.
Coursework emphasizes circuit analysis; design and ecft and using simulation programs and test equipment.
Students work in teams to prepare, write, submit and present their senior project proposals. Teams submit written progress reports, make oral presentations describing project progress, and provide concluding written and oral presentations. September Students will complete a project that tries to simulate the workplace environment.
They will also learn how to use Smith charts, digital radios, software-defined radio, spread spectrum SS modulation, digital systems like Bluetooth, Zigbee, cell phones and Wi-Fi, radio regulations and electromagnetic propagation. The movable part ecet the solenoid is the: Students will create an electronics project that integrates skills and knowledge of analog and digital circuits and C programming. September Students will study the use of recurrence relations and generating functions in engineering problems, as well as engineering modeling with graphs, graph representation and traversal techniques, and their computational complexity.
My Account My Account Newsletter. Through research and discussion, students will examine the marine environment and its effects on electrical systems. Students will be able to use instrumentation to document circuits and will develop basic circuit troubleshooting skills. Test a 74LS J-K flip-flop and compare against predictions. September May 22, Based on the timing chart 2. Course offerings vary by term; search Camlink for scheduled sections Credits 1 Format 2.
Homewor, will have opportunities to apply the knowledge and skills needed to specify the necessary equipment to manage and operate motors and motor drives. September Students will create an electronics project that integrates skills and knowledge of analog and digital circuits and C programming. Restricted ecdt Open to students in Engineering Bridge.
Students will be provided with an introduction to digital technology, using discrete logic gates and advanced programmable logic devices. This course introduces systems concepts in communications. They will investigate a variety of peripherals and interface standards. Write the Boolean equations for each of the following codes if an active-LOW decoder output is required: This course, the first in a three-course sequence, introduces concepts of electrical and electronic circuit analysis and design.
They will also learn applications of operational amplifiers, with a focus on analog filters, and audio circuit fundamentals. They will be able to design basic lighting and power distribution systems used in industry, calculate and design feeder circuits for lighting and motor systems, and appropriately size protection circuits for these systems.
September Students will learn how to apply the Canadian Electrical Code for industrial and commercial electrical system design.
Computer software tools such as assemblers, compilers and IDEs are used for program design, implementation and testing.