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### EL 105A - DC Circuits Analyze the characteristics of RC and RL Construct and troubleshoot logic-arithmetic
Identify the four characteristics common to circuits (series and parallel) including time circuits.
electronic circuits. constants. Construct and troubleshoot encoders,
Interpret color codes and symbols to identify Troubleshoot fundamental AC circuits. decoders, multiplexer, and de-multiplexer
electrical components and values. Operate electronic test equipment. circuits.
Measure DC signals using Analog and Identify types of memory circuits (static,
Digital meters. ### EL 155A - Digital Techniques I dynamic, volatile, nonvolatile, etc.
Demonstrate the concepts of voltage, Apply numbering systems (hex, binary, and Use memory devices in circuits.
current, resistance and power as applied to octal) to codes and arithmetic. Troubleshoot memory-device circuits.
simple electronic circuits. Analyze logic circuits using Boolean Relate the uses of digital-to-analog and
Analyze the relationship between voltage, operations. analog-to-digital circuits.
current, resistance, and power in series, Operate logic probes for digital circuits. Construct and troubleshoot digital-to-analog
parallel and series-parallel circuits while Operate power supplies for digital devices and analog-to-digital circuits.
applying Ohm's Law. and solve power distribution and noise Construct and troubleshoot digital-to-analog
Analyze DC circuits using Kirchoff's problems. and analog-to-digital conversion circuits.
Voltage and Current Laws. Operate pulsars for digital devices. Identify types of displays (LED, LCD, etc.)
Apply Delta and Wye transformations to Operate oscilloscopes for digital devices. Construct and troubleshoot display circuits.
resistive bridge networks. Use counters for digital devices. Operate electronic test equipment safely.
Troubleshoot DC circuits. Identify types of logic gates and their truth
Operate electronic test equipment safely. tables. ### MATH 105 - Intermediate Algebra
Construct and troubleshoot logic circuits. Factor quadratic expressions, expressions of
### EL 105B - AC Circuits Use electronic test equipment safely. quadratic form, special forms, and factor by
Identify properties of AC signals and sources. grouping.
Measure AC signals using oscilloscopes, ### EL 155B - Digital Techniques II Perform addition, subtraction, multiplication,
frequency counters and generators. Analyze types of flip-flops and their truth and division on rational expressions.
Analyze the physical and electrical and excitation tables. Simplify complex fractions.
characteristics of capacitors and inductors. Construct and troubleshoot flip-flop circuits. Apply the laws of exponents to simplify
Analyze the principle of mutual inductance Measure characteristics of integrated circuit expressions containing rational exponents.
and transformers. IC logic families. Apply the laws of radicals to perform
Demonstrate the use of properties of Troubleshoot registers and counters. addition, subtraction, and multiplication on
magnetism and electromagnetism. Troubleshoot clock and timing circuits. expressions involving radicals.
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Rationalize denominators containing radicals. Describe the basic operation of AM and FM Analyze operating characteristics and
Simplify radicals containing negative receivers. applications of the electronic devices
radicands. Construct and troubleshoot basic including fiber optics.
Perform arithmetic operations on complex communication circuits. Troubleshoot analog control circuits
numbers. Explain both frequency and time division Operate electronic test equipment safely.
Evaluate functions using function notation. multiplexing as methods of increasing
Solve linear inequalities in one variable communications channel capacity. ### EL 230A - Robotics
showing solutions both on the real number Operate electronic test equipment safely. Identify and analyze the building blocks and
line and in interval notation. terminology of a typical robot system.
Solve literal equations, including those that ### EL 235B - Wireless (RF) Communications II Demonstrate principles of robot safety,
require factoring. Explain the characteristics, advantages, and classification, and techniques.
Solve systems of linear equations in two disadvantages of pulse modulation. Analyze and explain the concept and
variables. State the characteristics and uses of purpose of end-of-arm tooling.
Solve equations by factoring and quadratic transmission lines. Program and demonstrate functions of pick
formula. Explain electromagnetic radiation and and place.
Solve equations containing rational propagation. Analyze the components of a basic hydraulic
expressions. List various types of characteristics of RF system and a basic pneumatic system and
Solve equations involving radicals. wave propagation. explain how they work.
Solve linear absolute value equations and Discuss the basic types of antennas including Contrast electrical, pneumatic, and hydraulic
inequalities in one variable. dipoles, verticals and directional arrays. control systems.
Develop and solve mathematical models Discuss basic AM/FM broadcast, television, Describe and analyze the function of
including variation, mixture, motion, work, satellite and data communications systems. hydraulic and pneumatic actuators,
and geometrical applications. Demonstrate the proper alignment procedure cylinders, motors, and control valves.
Graph linear equations. for both AM and Fm receivers. Analyze how the use of electrical and
Graph quadratic functions. Demonstrate and explain signal substitution electronic devices can improve the efficiency
Determine an equation of a line given either and signal tracing troubleshooting procedure using an of a fluid power system.
sufficient information (two points) or a AM/FM receiver. Define the concept and operation PID
particular condition (perpendicular to a given Operate electronic test equipment safely. (proportional, integral and derivative)
line, parallel to a given line through a control.
specific point, through a specific point with a ### EL 110C - Devices & Circuits III Operate electronic equipment safely.
given slope, etc.). Analyze the characteristics of RLC circuits
Calculate the distance between points. (series and parallel). ### ENG 100 - Technical Communications
Distinguish between functions and relations Calculate apparent power, real power and Develop written technical documents and
using the Vertical Line Test. power factor. reports appropriate for the workplace.
Identify the domain and range of a function Analyze the characteristics of series and Write clear and professional technical
given its graph. parallel resonance as related to oscillator documents and reports.
circuits. Communicate clearly and concisely in
### EL 235A - Wireless (RF) Communications I Demonstrate power supply regulation written and oral communication.
Explain the characteristics, advantages and circuits. Research, sort, analyze, and use electronic
disadvantages, of amplitude and frequency Demonstrate functional SCR and Triac information pertinent to the technical field.
modulation. Power control circuits. Develop job seeking skills.
Describe the basic operation of AM and FM Demonstrate various Thyristor circuits and Use problem-solving and critical thinking
transmitters. apply to the use of the manufacturer's skills to develop reports, proposals and
specification sheets. presentations.
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Utilize technology for written, oral and ### EL 120A - Microprocessors Solve equations listed in I (C), i.e. literal
visual communication. Identify CPU (architecture) building blocks equations, quadratic equations by factoring
Present orally technical information for and their uses. and quadratic formula, equations involving
individual and group presentations. Analyze BUS concepts. rational expressions, equations involving
Analyze various BUS schemes. radicals and equations involving absolute
### EL 110A - Devices & Circuits I Operate oscilloscopes for microprocessors. value expressions, along with equations
Analyze properties of semi-conductor Construct, program and troubleshoot involving exponential or logarithmic
materials. microprocessors. functions.
Demonstrate half-wave and full-wave Solve inequalities of the following types:
rectification, filtering and voltage regulation. ### El 120B - Microprocessor Applications Linear (in one and two variables),
Demonstrate how operating conditions and Operate oscilloscopes for microprocessors. polynomial, rational, absolute value.
transistor gain affect the transistor circuit Run logic/data analyzers for microprocessor Solve systems of inequalities by graphing.
current by using a transistor DC load time. debug. Apply equations from I (A) to real-world
Analyze operating characteristics and Identify types of input and output devices situations, including but not limited to
applications of opto-electronic devices. and peripherals (PIAs, UARTs, etc.). depreciation, growth and decay, max/min
Demonstrate the operation of OP amp Troubleshoot input and output ports. problems.
circuits. Execute computer instruction sets. Examine and analyze data, make
Demonstrate the operation of OP amp filters. Construct, program, and troubleshoot predictions/interpretations, and do basic
Analyze operating characteristics and microprocessor application circuits. modeling.
applications of transducer devices. Solve systems of equations by various
Troubleshoot analog circuits. ### Math 150 - College Algebra methods, including matrices.
Operate equipment safely. Use functional notation.
Recognize and distinguish between functions ### EL 240A - Video Systems I
### EL 110B - Devices & Circuits II and relations (equations). Draw a block diagram of a NTSC color
Demonstrate how operating conditions and Use concepts of symmetry, intercepts, left- television receiver including frequencies and
transistor gain affect the transistor circuit and right-hand behavior, asymptotes, and wave forms.
current by using a transistor DC load time. transformations to sketch the graph of Explain the operation of each stage of the
Analyze functional CD, CE, and CC various types of functions (constant, linear, NTSC color television receiver.
transistor amplifier circuits. quadratic, absolute value, piecewise-defined, Identify, using an oscilloscope the proper
Interpret and explain various transistor square root, cubic, polynomial, rational, signal wave forms and frequencies for each
parameters. Apply this knowledge to the use exponential, and logarithmic) or relations stage of a NTSC color television receiver.
of transistor specification sheets. (circle)given in description. Draw and identify the different parts of the
Demonstrate the operation of various multi- Determine the domain and range of a NTSC composite video signal.
state amplifiers. function. Demonstrate the proper setup and coverage
Identify and analyze Class A, Class B, and Write the equation that describes a function procedure on a NTSC color television
Class C amplifiers. (for types given above) or circle given its receiver.
Demonstrate operating characteristics and description. Assemble and setup a DDS satellite dish
applications of J-FET and MOS-FET Use graphs for functions for analysis. antenna system.
amplifier circuits. Find arithmetic combinations and Operate electronic test equipment safely.
Apply various FED parameters to the use of composites of functions.
transistor specification sheets. Find the inverse of a function. ### EL 240B - Video & Communication Systems II
Troubleshoot analog circuits. Explain the basic differences between C
Band, KU Band, and DDS satellite systems.
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Explain the basic differences between a Operate and troubleshoot circuits showing Define the terms "examine one," "examine
NTSC color television receiver and a the "or", "and", "NAND", and "nor" circuits. off," "output energize," "branch start,"
computer monitor. Apply a numerical cross-referencing system "branch end," "instruction," "program rung,"
Expand discussion of AM/FM broadcast, to an electrical line diagram. "soft logic," and "program."
television, satellite and data communication Analyze non-contact and contact Explain the relationship between field wiring
systems. sensors/transducers. terminal addresses and programming
Measure field strength of signal and field Compare the function of memory control to instructions.
strength of harmonics. a pilot control. Differentiate the ways that a PLC can be
Identify dangers of working with antennas. Demonstrate the theory of operation and programmed.
Explain frequencies, tolerances, and powers control of electric motors. Describe the relationship between field
in mobile-base and mobile-mobile Troubleshoot control relays, contractors, wiring and terminal addresses and
communications. motor starter, and timers in control circuits. programming instructions.
Differentiate between ordinary transmission Demonstrate interlocking used when Compare the similarities and differences
lines and microwave transmission lines and reversing motors. between Modicon and Allen-Bradley PLCs
testing for proper operation. Explain how to reverse a three-phase motor. utilized including tag based control.
Differentiate between coaxial cable and each Identify three reasons for using reduced Develop PLC programs converted industrial
of three optical fibers and testing for proper voltage starting. control labs.
operation. Determine the advantages and disadvantages Demonstrate basic steps in troubleshooting
Describe the advantages of using optical for each of the four braking methods. programmable control circuits including the
fiber for multiplexing and Demonstrate accelerating and decelerating use of diagnostic and I/O status indicator
computer/industrial networks. circuit logic when applied to a speed control lights.
Identify common interfacing practices in circuit.
both wireless and fiber optic applications Explain how servomechanisms work. Demonstrate the use of a programming
(laser, telephone, video, security, data, etc.). Demonstrate principles of variable-speed terminal in troubleshooting PLC control circuits.
Explain the complexity of commercial control. Differentiate between analog and digital
broadcast stations over amateur stations. Demonstrate types of motor protection control modules and systems.
Describe the use of electronic devices including their principles of Analyze SCADA characteristics,
communication circuits and systems in operation. applications, and major advantages of its use.
security and surveillance activities. Analyze the five parts of a good preventative
Operate test equipment safely. maintenance program.
Utilizing the National Electrical Code,
### EL 225A - Industrial Motor Controls perform electrical calculations.
Identify common electrical and pilot control
symbols. ### EL 230B - Programmable Logic Controllers
List the three basic sections of the line Describe PLC capabilities, characteristics,
diagram. applications and major advantages of its use.
Explain the difference between a line, Analyze sections of a programmable
diagram, a wiring diagram, and control controller and its basic functions.
system block diagram. Determine the flow of information between
Explain the difference between two-wire and hardware components and processor.
three-wire controls in electrical circuits. Demonstrate hardware and wiring required
Design simple ladder diagrams using the in a PLC based system.
proper symbols and demonstrate these Apply the steps to make a PLC control
controls. system operational.
Analyze the operation of pilot control and Demonstrate the basic instructions used in a
automatic return application of control. PLC program.
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