Week of September 7 Labs starts. Meet with your TA. He will discuss in detail how the lab reports will be graded, and how the lab will work.
All the lab grades will be accounted for towards your lab grade. There will be no make-up labs. If you miss any labs, you should contact your T.A. so that he will provide you an access to the lab room. . Lab syllabus and grading procedure: Lab Report Outline The lab report should follow a general template: Report Template In an effort to sync labs with lecture, the lab manuals for a given lab will be uploaded 2-3 days before the start of the first lab. Students should download, print and bring the lab manual with you to the lab. You are strongly encouraged to read the lab manual before entering the lab.
|Week ofof||Lab||Lab Report Due|
|Sep 14||Lab 1- Introduction/ DC Circuits||None|
|Sep 21||Lab 2: Capacitors||1st lab due|
|Sep 28||Lab 3: Diodes and Bipolar Transistors||2nd lab due|
|Oct 5||Lab 4: Transistors I||3rd lab due|
|Oct 12||Lab 5: Transistors II||4th lab due|
|Oct 19||Lab 6: Transistors III||5th lab due|
|Oct 26||Lab 7: Op Amps I||6th lab due|
|Nov 2||Lab 8: Op Amps II||7th lab due|
|Nov 9||Lab 9: BCD Encoder||8th lab due|
|Nov 9||Lab 10: Digital-Analog Converter||9th lab due|