ECE 405: ECE Design Laboratory, 3 hours credit.
Professor: Dr. Scott
E Umbaugh Office:
Phone: 650-2524, 2948 e-mail: email@example.com
Course Description: Realization of the senior project designed on paper in ECE 404, including construction, computer simulation, debugging, and testing as required by the project to obtain a functional prototype.
Textbooks: Primary text: Design for Electrical and Computer Engineers, Ford and Coulston, McGraw-Hill, 2005
Reference text: The Art of Electronics, Horowitz and Hill, Cambridge University Press, 2015 (3rd edition). Companion Student Manual is available in Bookstore.
Goals and Objectives: To apply general design concepts and methodologies. This will be done through the experience of applying ECE knowledge learned in the general ECE courses to the realization of the senior project. This will be done in a simulated work environment, using a standard management hierarchy. ECE faculty are available as project consultants.
Grading: In general, the design will be graded on the following:
The term grade will be determined as follows:
Note: For the schedule and test plan, each progress report and the final report, each group member will submit an evaluation of each group members work, including themselves. This is a total of four (4) evaluations. These will follow the same format used in ECE 404.
Letter grades assigned as follows:
NOTE! A grade of I (Incomplete) will be given ONLY in cases of documented emergencies !