|EE:260||Electronic Project Design and Fabrication||3|
This course provides techniques in safety precautions, use of laboratory equipment and component familiarization. Students receive experience in soldering techniques, chassis fabrication such as bending, drilling and punching, wiring, harnessing, and general shop practice. This course also provides the student with specialized training in printed circuit board layout and production procedures. Students are required to select a project which must be assembled on PCB, tested for proper operation, and mounted in an appropriate housing. Students must submit the completed project with documentation of the fabrication procedures for final grade assignment. Additional lab hours required. Prerequisites: EE 132 or EE 208, EGR 104 and Reading Proficiency.