Circuits and Electronics Laboratories
Faculty in Charge: Drs. E. Bourgeois and D. Charalampidis
The Circuits Laboratory resides in room 716 of the UNO engineering building. This lab is used primarily by the electrical engineering curriculum lab ENEE2510 "Circuits Lab" and by ENEE 3518 "Electrical Engineering Lab" taken by non-electrical engineering students. ENEE 2510 a required lab for all electrical engineering students, and should be taken concurrently with ENEE2551 "Circuits II", while ENEE 3518 is either taken concurrently with or after completing ENEE3501 "Basic Electric Machinery". The circuits lab contains 12 complete stations which include analog Simpson multimeters, power supplies, function generators, digital meters, digital storage oscilloscopes, and Textronix analog scopes.
The Electronics Laboratory resides in room 717 of the UNO engineering building. This lab is used by the electrical engineering curriculum lab ENEE3517 "Electronics Lab" which is taken concurrently with ENEE3543 "Engineering Electronics Systems", and is required for all electrical engineering students. The lab contains 8 stations, each of which includes a National Instruments ELVIS system together with a computer system which runs Labview and Multisim. The Electronics Lab is currently also used for ENEE3574 "Communications Lab".