2017 Electrical and Electronic Engineering Laboratory IIIB

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Academic unit or major
Undergraduate major in Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Instructor(s)
Miyamoto Yasuyuki  Hagiwara Makoto  Tran Gia Khanh  Kawanago Takamasa  Kawabe Kenichi  Nakada Kazuyoshi  Tomura Takashi 
Course component(s)
Day/Period(Room No.)
Wed3-4(南2,3電電実験室)  Fri7-8(南2,3電電実験室)  
Group
-
Course number
EEE.L232
Credits
1
Academic year
2017
Offered quarter
4Q
Syllabus updated
2017/3/17
Lecture notes updated
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Language used
Japanese
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Course description and aims

This is a laboratory course covering the following topics: principles and characteristics of DC machines (e.g., DC motors and generators); switching power supplies (e.g., DC-DC converters); communication systems and digital signal processing; semi-custom LSI design using FPGAs; and design, fabrication, and testing of MOS integrated circuits.
Through simulation, design, fabrication, and characteristic evaluation of circuits and devices, the aims of the course are to deepen students’ comprehension of the subject area and develop their abilities in critical thinking and problem-solving skills.
Additionally, through the experiential learning, students will develop practical skills that are essential to become successful engineers and researchers. These include teamwork, leadership, and communication skills ; safety training and experience with electrical devices and machines; methods to obtain and process data; and the ability to draw conclusions from findings and write technical reports.
Electrical and Electronic Engineering Laboratory III is a course held over two academic quarters, and part B makes up the second half of this course.

Student learning outcomes

By the end of this course, students will be able to:
1. Explain the operating principles of DC motors and generators as well as their basic characteristics (e.g., load characteristics, induced electromotive force, and generated torque).
2. Explain the operating principles of switching power supplies, such as DC-DC converters, and design a basic DC-DC converter.
3. Explain the basic operating principles of wireless communication systems (e.g., frequency-domain behavior of signals, filters, frequency domain processing, the nature of AM modulated signals, demodulation of modulated signals containing noise) and use MATLAB.
4. Design basic digital systems with MATLAB and Simulink and implement them on FPGAs.
5. Explain the basic process flow of semiconductor fabrication (i.e., mask design, oxidation, exposure, interconnection, testing of the logic circuits) through their experience fabricating MOS integrated circuits.

Keywords

DC motor, DC generator, load characteristics, induced electromotive force, generated torque, switching power supply, DC-DC converter, filter, AM modulation, AM demodulation, noise, time domain, frequency domain, logic system design, MATLAB, Simulink, FPGA, semiconductor fabrication process, MOS IC, digital logic, mask, oxidation, exposure, interconnection, testing of circuits.

Competencies that will be developed

Intercultural skills Communication skills Specialist skills Critical thinking skills Practical and/or problem-solving skills
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Class flow

This course is held over two academic quarters, with part B making up the second half of the course. The class meets twice weekly for a two-period session.
Students work in teams throughout this course and conduct a series of experiments that each focuses on a certain theme. Each experiment lasts eight hours and is conducted as follows: the first two periods are spent on understanding the objectives of the theme and on preparation; the next four hours are used for carrying out the experiment; and the last two periods are spent on writing a report. The written report must be submitted by a specified date.
Students must read the experiment manual before the start of each experiment to ensure safety and smooth running.

Course schedule/Required learning

  Course schedule Required learning
Class 1 DC machines - Operating principles and basic characteristics of DC motors and generators Measure and discuss the characteristics of DC motors and generators (e.g., load characteristics, induced electromotive force, and generated torque).
Class 2 Switching power supplies - Operating principles of switching power supplies, circuit types, design of DC-DC converters Explain the operating principles of switching power supplies. Design, simulate, and take parameter measurements.
Class 3 Communication systems - MATLAB simulation of filters, frequency domain signal processing, and AM modulation and demodulation Explain the basic principles of communication systems including filters, the Fourier transform, frequency-domain processing, AM modulation and demodulation, and simulate them with MATLAB.
Class 4 Semi-custom LSI - Design of basic digital systems with MATLAB and Simulink , and FPGA implementation Design a basic digital system with MATLAB and Simulink, and implement it on an FPGA.
Class 5 MOS integrated circuits - Mask design and fabrication of MOS integrated circuits Explain the basic fabrication process and mask design for MOS integrated circuits.

Textbook(s)

No textbook.

Reference books, course materials, etc.

Course materials can be found on OCW-i.

Assessment criteria and methods

Full attendance and completion of all experiments are compulsory.
Assessment is based on the quality of the written reports and on the status of submission thereof.
The instructor may fail a student if he/she repeatedly comes to class late or resubmits reports too often.

Related courses

  • EEE.P301 : Electric Machinery
  • EEE.P311 : Power Electronics
  • EEE.C202 : Electric Circuits II
  • EEE.M221 : Computation Algorithms and Programming
  • EEE.M241 : Discrete-Time System
  • EEE.S341 : Communication Theory (Electrical and Electronic Engineering)
  • EEE.S351 : Signal System
  • EEE.C321 : Digital Electronic Circuits
  • EEE.D351 : Electron Devices I
  • EEE.D352 : Electron Devices II

Prerequisites (i.e., required knowledge, skills, courses, etc.)

No prerequisites are necessary, but enrollment in the related courses is desirable.

Contact information (e-mail and phone)    Notice : Please replace from "[at]" to "@"(half-width character).

Prof. Y. Miyamoto: miya[at]ee.e.titech.ac.jp

Office hours

E-mail for an appointment.

Other

Students should complete “Electrical and Electronic Engineering Laboratory IIIA AND IIIB”, then the credit is given at a time.

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