Electrical Engineering Design Proficiency
Session 1, 2018
- The following laboratories will be open on Tuesday of Week 4 for
students in this course to develop and test out their designs ahead
of the final assessment for Topic 1 on Thursday of Week 4:
Please remember that you cannot be assessed during the open lab,
nor can you obtain electronic components from the lab
demonstrators during the open lab.
- EE214 will be open from 5pm to 8pm, Tuesday 20 March
- EEG14 will be open from 7pm to 9pm, Tuesday 20 March
- The Topic 1 task descriptions have been slightly modified (14 March)
- The waveforms for Task 6 have changed
- You are also allowed to use the 5V output from the bench
power supplies for Task 6.
Lectures, Labs and Tuts
- Lectures: Mondays 5-6, Weeks 1-5 and 7-10
- Tutorials: Mondays 5-6, Weeks 11-13
- While tutorials do not appear on your enrolment information for this course,
they take place within the same slot as the lecture which does appear.
- Participation in tutorials is MANDATORY and forms part of your assessment.
- Tutorial groups will be assigned and announced in Week 10.
- Laboratories: Thursdays 9am to 1pm, Weeks 2-13 inclusive
- Pre-lab: Thursday 9am to 1pm, Week 1
Laboratory Layouts and Bench-Post Assignments
Course and Topic Descriptions
Electronics Design Tasks (core)
Signal Processing Design Tasks (core)
Control Design Tasks (core)
Elective Design Topics (weeks 11-13)
The following electronic components (amongst others) will be available in the laboratories from Week 2.
- Analog IC's:
- Digital IC's:
- You may find it helpful to print out copies of the relevant component data sheets and bring them to your laboratory sessions.
- New components must be obtained from the lab demonstrator who will mark down the components you have received on a class record.
- Used components are to be returned to the lab demonstrator who will keep them in separate containers from the new components.
- If the supply of new components runs out, you may need to work with previously used components.
- You may take your populated breadboard out of laboratories (at the end), together with components that you think you will need in the next laboratory.
- However, you must bring your breadboard UNPOPULATED to the next laboratory (unless instructed otherwise) and also bring back the components you have used.
Last Updated: 20 March 2018
Prof. D. S. Taubman