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Building Real Systems
Comprehensive, laboratory-based course in electronic system design and analysis. Covers formal methods for the design and analysis of moderately complex real-world electronic systems. Course is centered around a semester-long design project involving a computer-controlled vehicle designed and constructed by teams of two students. Integrates microprocessors, communications, and control.
Sample reading list:
Horowitz and Hill, The Art of Electronics
4 major projects. Project reports, design review presentations, laboratory notebook. Lecture notes and handouts provided. No weekly problem set.
Design Project - 85%
Class/Precept Participation - 15%
Course is required for concentrators
Prerequisites and Restrictions:
ELE 206 and ELE 301. Permission of instructor..
All projects are done in teams of two. Your partner must be in the same lab session as you. Enrollment in labs will be done using SCORE.
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