Analog signal transducers, conditioning and processing; step motors, DC servo motors, and other actuation devices; analog to digital and digital to analog converters; data acquisition systems; microcomputer interfaces to commonly used sensors and actuators; design principles for electronic instruments, real time process control and instrumentation.
CS 120A/EE 120A, EE 100B; or consent of instructor. Must have ability to program in C language.
The overall goal of this course is to have the students become familiar with data acquisition techniques from a variety of sensors and to build microcomputer interfaces to different kinds of actuators. At the end of the course, students should have a good understanding of process control and how it is implemented in the real-world.
Students: For the EE128 Course, we are using the Blackboard Learning System. Please logon at: http://ilearn.ucr.edu/ and select: Data Acquisition, Instrumentation, and Process Control 128