Microprocessors (RFM 5213)
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 Microprocessor Lab (RFM 5213) primarily supports courses related to computer engineering and embedded computing.
Specialized equipment available in RFM 5213 includes:
- Wytec Dragon12-Plus Microprocessor trainer