EETE2200 - Electronics Skills
EETE 2200 Electronics Skills 3 Credit Hours
Prerequisites: EETE 2102
Goal To introduce students to the practical electronics and modern electronics software by doing small electronics projects. To enhance the students level of confidence in electronics and circuits analysis through design, implementation, and troubleshooting of simple electronics circuits.
ObjectivesOutcomes
The course should enable the student to:

  1. Develop basic skills and techniques related to electronics
  2. Recognize the basic electronics tools and components, their use and function and relate them to actual circuit wiring
  3. Explain the operation of a simple practical circuit
  4. Read, Interpret, and design schematic diagrams and PCB drawings
  5. Use test equipment to perform basic electronic tests and measurements on circuits and components and recognize the basic failure modes
  6. Create basic breadboard, Strip-board, and PCB circuits using a variety of discrete and integrated circuit components.
  7. Use tools and techniques to solve electronics problems.
The students should be able to:

  1. Demonstrate the ability to work in a safe manner while in the laboratories<
  2. Identify different types of components, their uses in electronic circuits, and their characteristics using manufacturers' data sheets
  3. Explain the terms 'circuit', 'load' , 'source' , 'short-circuit' , 'open-circuit' , and 'overload'
  4. Read and interpret Schematic diagrams and implement basic electronic circuits in breadboard
  5. Employ techniques to install, terminate, solder and desoldering of electronic components to a Printed Circuit Board
  6. transfer schematic diagrams into stripboards and PCB drawing using computer software
  7. Analyze simple circuits using electronic work bench/ Spice software
  8. Determine the resistance, voltage, current and power in any part of a series, parallel and series/parallel DC circuit containing one voltage source
  9. Set up, operate, and interpret oscilloscope
  10. Recognize the importance of: proper solder alloy, cleanliness and heat control used throughout the soldering process
  11. demonstrate competency in using various tools and test equipments
  12. Develop an effective troubleshooting strategy
  13. Build, test, and document a simple group power supply project