Electrical Engineering academic labs are located in rooms RFM 5213, RFM 5216, and RFM 5246 of the Roy F. Mitte Building. These labs are used for a variety of courses in Electrical Engineering. Each of the three labs contain 12 work areas, accommodating 24 students.
These classroom/labs provide state-of-the-art instructional tools, equipment, and student PCs for teaching electronics classes. Each classroom/lab has seating capacity for 24 students in a traditional classroom configuration, and is equipped with multimedia instructional equipment.
Each classroom/lab also contains 12 two-student lab benches with state-of-the-art electronic equipment and workstations consisting of a Dell Optiplex GX 745 PCs, 19” flat panel monitors, keyboard and mouse, and an HP 9600dn high-speed laser printer.
Equipment on each lab bench in the classroom/labs includes:
- Tektronix 2924B 4-channel, 200 MHz, 2 GSample/sec Oscilloscope
- Instek GPS 3303 Triple-Output Power Supply
- Tektronix AFG3021B Signal Generator
- Fluke 8808A Digital Multimeter
- National Instruments ELVIS II Design and Prototyping Platform
The Digital Systems Lab (RFM 5216) primarily supports courses related to electronics, computer engineering, and embedded computing.
Specialized equipment available in RFM 5216 includes:
- FPGA systems and other embedded computing systems