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Eet 205 - Semiconductor Laboratory
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ETCE TC2K Course Outline EET 205 EET 205 Semiconductor Laboratory Standard Course Outline Updated Fall 2005 Catalog Data 205 Semiconductor Laboratory 1 credit Use of electrical instruments to test and measure linear devices Introduction to report writing Prerequisite EET109 and concurrent EET210 Goals of the Course Semiconductor Laboratory is a required course for sophomore students in the Electrical Engineering Technology EET associate degree program The purpose of the course is to teach students how to build circuits based primarily on operational amplifiers and how to use digital multimeters signal generators frequency meters and oscilloscopes to test these circuits In addition students must learn to write well organized reports using a word processor Lastly they must learn to apply PSPICE for Windows or equivalent software to evaluate the potential performance of these circuits Relationship of EET Program Outcomes EET 205 contributes to the following EET program outcomes Students should be able to conduct experiments and then analyze and interpret results Outcome 2 Students should be able to communicate effectively orally visually and in writing Outcome 5 Students should be able to apply creativity through the use of project based work to the design of circuits systems or processes Outcome 10 Course Outcomes The specific course outcomes supporting the program are Outcome 2 Students will demonstrate that theoretical device operation can be achieved in properly constructed circuits Students will be able to construct breadboard or prototype circuits Students will be able to use standard electronic test equipment such as oscilloscopes function generators digital multimeters power supplies and frequency counters Students will be able to analyze a circuit and compare theoretical performance to actual performance Outcome 5 Rev 2 Students will be able to present an organized written 1 Aug 2005 ETCE TC2K Course Outline EET 205 engineering analysis on electronic testing



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