Tuesday, October 13, 2015

Teaching Labs/1030 EB2

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Experimental Circuits Lab

The Experimental Circuits Lab provides workspace, tools, and storage needed for those courses that provide students with a more practical experience in electrical engineering. Nine heavy-duty workbenches provide space for students to work alone or in teams, and the lab's open arrangement allows for instructors to easily move between stations to provide support and instruction. Upper shelving for each worktable as well as lockers provides ample storage for tools, materials, and projects, and the lab also provides a drill press station for student projects.

Currently, the Experimental Circuits Lab hosts a special topics class that provides students the opportunity to build and test circuits in a laboratory setting. Students improve their problem-solving and project management skills and learn to apply knowledge and skills from previous courses to complete a series of laboratory projects. Additionally, the course requires students to explore their own interests and choose a project that fits those interests, providing students a more personal and self directed learning experience.

Lab Schedule

The schedule is subject to change at anytime, so check back often. To schedule this lab, email ecehelp@ncsu.edu.

Course Information


Number of Computers:
  • 1
Operating System:
  • Microsoft Windows 7 Enterprise
  • Dell Optiplex 320
  • Pentium D 3.0 GHz
  • 2048 MB
  • Adobe Acrobat Professional
  • Microsoft Office
  • National Instruments Multisim
  • OpenAFS/Kerberos
  • Starnet X-win32
  • Sun Java JRE
  • WinSCP SFTP client
  • 6 GW Instek GOS-6103C 100MHz Oscilloscopes
  • 2 Tektronic TDS210 60 Mhz Oscilloscopes
  • 5 Tektronic 2445 100 MHz Oscilloscopes
  • 8 Tektronic 2236 100 MHz Oscilloscopes
  • 2 BK Precision 2120 20 MHz Oscilloscopes
  • 1 BK Precision 2522 20 MHz Oscilloscope
  • 1 Agilent 33220A Function Generator


Room view Station view Drill press

Room Layout


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