Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Scott Laboratory, Electronics Lab

The Student Electronics Lab is open to all Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering students, faculty and staff.
We are here to support the department by providing a unique area for experimentation and education in electronics.

The lab is equipped with five stations for prototyping and experimentation.  The following equipment is also available for use:
  • Spectrum analyzers
  • Function generators
  • Power supplies
  • Filters
  • Microscope (for strain gage attachment)

In addition to analog electronics, the electronics lab also offers a suite of digital tools using the Microchip line of processors.  Also available is programmable logic in the form of GALs (Generic Array Logic) and PALCE (Programmable Array Logic).  A universal programmer capable of EPROMs (Electrically Programmable Read-Only Memory) and other memory elements will be made accessible to the students.

General How-To