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Programming and Interfacing

This course provides the basic skills and concepts required to design, write and compile computer programs. Software topics include arithmetic and logic operations, variable and constant data, functions, input and output (I/O), the preprocessor, arrays, structures, unions, pointers and standard library functions. Learners will diagnose, specify, select, and design computer programs using appropriate coding and debugging environments. Course learning outcomes are re-enforced using practical lab applications. (3,2.5,0)

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Circuit Analysis II


In this introductory electrical circuits course, learners analyze, evaluate, and characterize resistive and reactive electrical circuits under alternating current (AC) excitation. Topics include AC signals, reactance, impedance, power, circuit analysis techniques, resonance, filters, and transformers. Laboratory sessions provide for verification of theory through building and testing of circuits using standard components and instruments. (3,2.5,0)

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ELEN 142
Fabrication I
   This is an introductory course to computer-aided design. Topics covered include drawing of block diagrams, schematic diagrams, circuit board layouts and wiring diagrams. Learners will practice drafting skills used in the electronics industry including sketching, lines, projection drawings, 3D design and dimensioning. Learners will design an electronic project including a PCB and enclosure. (3,2.5,0)

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ELEN 146 Electronic Devices and Circuits I

In this introductory electronic circuits and devices course learners will diagnose, specify, select, design and construct circuits containing electronic devices. Topics include semiconductor materials, diodes, general amplifier theory, bipolar junction transistors (BJTs), and field effect transistors (FETs). Learners will analyze, characterize, and design circuits such as amplifiers, voltage regulators, switches, and current sources. Laboratory sessions provide learners with an opportunity to verify electronic circuit theory by building and testing circuits using standard components and instruments. (3,2.5,0)

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ELEN 153
Fundamentals of the Internet of Things

This course is an introduction to fundamental concepts and technologies used in the Internet of Things (IoT). Topics include limitations, applications and deployment of IoT systems, edge device architectures, protocols and applications, sensor basics and data gathering, gateways, storage and visualization.  Learners will explore the involved interconnection of IoT concepts from network edge through data storage and analysis. IoT data transport protocols, data storage solutions and visualization techniques will be introduced. Learners will compare and utilize existing enterprise IoT solutions as potential platforms in addition to understanding and designing edge devices. Emphasis is placed on building and utilizing an edge to storage solution, enabling data collection. Learning will be re-enforced through practical application with lab work. (3,2.5,0)

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MATH 147
Math for Electronic Engineering Technology II
  Topics include differentiation and integration of algebraic and transcendental functions with emphasis on applications in electronics. (4,0,0)
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Fabrication II 

  NOTE: This course is offered immediately following the winter semester exams and will have 60 hours of course work spread over 2-3 weeks.

In this course, learners will perform the soldering, assembly and wiring of an electronic board. Topics include high reliability soldering techniques, IPC soldering standards, thermal management, component selection, board assembly, board testing, wiring harness construction, prototype development, packaging, sheet metal work and fastener selection. Proper use of tools and safe working practices are emphasized. Learners will assemble and build an electronic project designed in Fabrication I. (30,30,0)

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