Laboratory in Fundamental Engineering
TeachersKONDO, NaokiStaffInfo
Grade, SemesterYear 2 1st semest [Department of Information and Electronic Engineering, Faculty of Science and Engineering]
CategoryBasic Major Subjects
Elective, CreditsRequisites 1credit
 Syllabus Number3A204

Course Description

Students will learn the followings in this course,
(1) Basic measurement techniques in electronics
(2) Fundamentals of programming for data processing and control
(3) Software control of hardware.

Course Objectives

In this laboratory, we shall conduct fundamental experiments for engineering students.
The experiments are designed to make students learn the experimental basics of electrical, information and mechanical engineering, which are the major constituents of today's engineering sciences.
Students should acquire a firm understanding of the above basics in this laboratory since an understanding of the basics will enable the further study in the laboratories in subsequent semesters.

Grading Policy

In experiments #1-#6, you will be graded by your submitted reports.
In experiments #8-#14, you will be graded by your accomplishments at the end time of each experiment.
The overall grade is calculated from the above results.

Textbook and Reference

KindTitleAuthorPublisher
TextbookTexts for experiments are uploaded to LMS.
References

Requirements(Assignments)

Prior to each experiment, read the corresponding text carefully and understand the experimental procedure (~1.5hr).
When writing your report, review the principles and methods of the experiment and inspect thoroughly the obtained data (1.5hr~).

Note

You need to prepare report paper, graph paper, calculator, writing instruments and rulers.

Schedule

1Introduction
2Learn the basic usage of multimeter.
3Write report #1.
4Measure DC voltage, current, resistance in a circuit.
5Write report #2.
6Measure AC voltage, current, resistance in a circuit.
7Write report #3.
8Report improvement class
9Microcontroller basics
10GNU Octave basics
11GNU Octave programming
12Control by GNU Octave
13Digital measurement by GNU Octave
14Analog measurement by GNU Octave
15Additional experiments