The School of Electrical, Computer, and Biomedical Engineering provides state-of-the-art measure and test equipment in our Instruction Laboratories. Students have access to oscilloscopes, digital multimeters, power supplies, function generators, logic analyzers and computer workstations. The computer workstations have several commercial software products installed including Microsoft Office, Matlab, Visual Studio, Visual C++, Xilinix/Vivado, National Instruments LabView, PSpice, Orcad, Digilent Adept, DipTrace, Femm, CST Studio, PowerWorld Simulator, Cadence, Synopsis, and many other softwares.
The School offers high-performance computing (HPC) which refers to the use of supercomputers and/or computer clusters to acceleratie the solution of fundamental problems in science and engineering. The infrastructure consists of 106 dual quad core Dell PowerEdge compute nodes running Red Hat Enterprise Linux.
The School also has state-of-the-art Keysight Technology including a Signal Analyzer, Network Analyzer, and Analog Signal Generator as well as an Agilent F330t Series IC Tester.
The Antennas and Communications Laboratory provides students with the computing, fabricating, testing and measuring equipment necessary to analyze, design, build, test and measure antennas for a wide variety of wireless applications from cell phones to radars. In ...read full profile >>
Location: Engr E-136
The Computer-Based Instruction Lab lab consists of workstations featuring the following software: Microsoft Office, Matlab, Visual Studio, Visual C++, Matlab, National Instruments LabView, Orcad, and other software. Courses that utilize the lab: ECE ...read full profile >>
Location: Engr E-237
The Electronics I Laboratory is comprised of workstations with each workstation consisting of a windows computer, oscilloscope, digital voltmeter, power supply, frequency generator, and logic analyzer. Each computer features the following software: ...read full profile >>
Location: Engr E-231
The Electronics II Laboratory is comprised of workstations with each workstation consisting of a windows computer, oscilloscope, digital voltmeter, power supply, frequency generator, and logic analyzer. Each computer features the following ...read full profile >>
Location: Engr E-3
The Instrumentation Laboratory provides undergraduate and graduate students with biomedical equipment necessary to instruct fundamentals of biomedical instruments including Biosignal measurement and analysis, Biosignal manipulation, Bioinstrumentation, and ...read full profile >>
Location: Engr E-37
The Measurements Laboratory provides undergraduate and graduate students with a state-of-the-art, hands-on teaching facility necessary to instruct fundamentals of biomedical studies including wet-lab techniques, Biosignal recording and analysis, Biomedical ...read full profile >>
Location: Engr E-214
The Photonics Laboratory provides students in undergraduate levels with the fundamentals of Photonics needed to be engaged in an experimental research. Photonics I (ECE 441) and Photonics II (ECE 448) experiments are: Intensity modulation using polarizers and wave ...read full profile >>
The Power Systems Lab is a large teaching lab that accomodates students specializing in power systems. The power systems equipment includes the Hampden electric machines and power electronics experimentation consoles for conducting experiments and demonstrations ...read full profile >>
Location: Engr E-132
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The Robotics and Control Laboratory includes equipment related to introductory robotics, mechatronics, and embedded control. This equipment includes robotic arms, haptic devices, programmable logic controllers, heatflow experiments, as well as two industrial ...read full profile >>
Location: Engr E-238
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The senior design lab provides senior design students computer resources and space to work on their projects. Each team is assigned a unique computer that features software specific to their team project. Related courses include the following: (a) ECE 495P Electrical and Computer Engineering Design, and (b) ECE 495D Electrical and Computer Engineering Design.
Location: Engr E-230
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The Supercomputer and Advanced Control Laboratory consists of several high performance computing servers. Courses that utilize the lab: ECE 430 Systems Programming ECE 432 Program Multi-core Processors ECE 449 VLSI Characterization ECE 456 Mechatronics/Embedded ...read full profile >>
Location: Engr E-234
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The Unix Workstation Laboratory consists of Linux based workstations featuring Cadence and Synopsys commercial software used for designing application-specific integrated circuits, and systems on chips. Courses that utilize the lab: ECE 423 Digital VLSI ...read full profile >>