Phys 321: Electronics
This course is an introduction to applications in electronics for scientists. The course will use microcontroller and/or microprocessor- based single board systems to teach, design, and illustrate topics including passive components, AC circuit theory, semiconductors, amplifiers, and sensors. Standard laboratory practices and procedures will be emphasized throughout, including the use and interpretation of standard test equipment, hand tools, and safety.
- Math 262: Unified Calculus & Analytic Geometry II
- Pre-Requisite: 24 Earned Hours
- Phys 212 or Phys 214
- Lecture: Lecture/Lab for Phys 321
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