Introduction to basic circuit measurement techniques and laboratory
equipment (DMM, analog and digital oscilloscope, power supply, function
generator, Digital Logic Analyzers) including the limitations and
inaccuracies inherent in any measurement device. Design, construction
and performance measurement of circuits containing passive elements,
digital logic circuits, transformers, diodes and operational amplifiers.
In addition, simulation tools to design circuits and to analyze performance
will be used extending work performed in digital logic design and circuit
analysis.

Knowledge of both steady state response and transient response is
required for a number of experiments.

Extensive analysis will be demonstrated in both laboratory books and
laboratory reports. Knowledge of statistical analysis as well as
other methods of analysis will be required in this class.

Prerequisite: EGR 2440

Corequisite: EGR 2030 or permission of instructor (in special circumstances)

1 class/3 lab hrs.

Experimental Manual to Accompany Digital Electronics: Principles and Applications w/MultiSim CD ROM 7

Schaum's Outline of Digital Principles 3

Schaum's Outline of Digital Principles 3

Principles and Applications of Electrical Engineering 5

Schaum's Outline of Electric Circuits 4

Circuit Analysis Demystified 1

Pocket Book for Technical Writing for Engineers and Scientists 3

MATLAB DeMystified. McMahon, David. McGraw-Hill (2007).

### Problem generators

### Learning aids

### Molecular Expressions Tutorials (very cool java tutorials here; may not be directly applicable to the course however)

### Tutorials that are learning aids that you buy

- Electric 8
- Linear Technology LTSPICE
- Quartus II
- ISE WebPACK (or Classics) - FPGA or CPLD design tool (FREE version available)
- MatLab
- Octave -- Freeware compatible with MatLab
- Netlib -- Repository of useful software
- Mathematica
- Numerical Recipes
- Geology-type software (good for ChemE/Civil)