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Analog & Digital Electronics Laboratory

In this laboratory, students will understand the practical element of an electronic design and create real boards for solutions adapted to different projects.

Analog & Digital Electronics Laboratory

This lab’s practical activities correspond to the Bachelor’s Degrees in Engineering in Electronics and Automation, Mechanical Engineering, Engineering in Industrial Organisation, Engineering for Industrial Systems, Biomedical Engineering, Aeronautical Engineering in Aircraft, and Computer Engineering, as well as the Advanced Vocational Training in the ICT area. Students also use the lab for activities associated with the Robotics Club, the Formula UEM Club, the Air Division Club, and the Technologies for Health Club, such as measuring current, voltage, power (both continuous and alternating) signal, etc.

Activities in this lab include:

  • Analysis of direct current networks.
  • Analysis of alternating current networks.
  • Design of digital and analog systems.
  • Design of digital integrated circuits.
  • Design, development and construction of analog and digital electronic prototypes.
  • Assembly and maintenance of electronic equipment.

From the most basic subjects in electronic circuits such as Circuit Analysis and Fundamentals of Electronics, to advanced subjects such as Digital Electronics and Microprocessors or Electronic Design, these subjects and other similar ones use this laboratory to train future professionals who understand the practical element of an electronic design and create real boards for solutions adapted to the different projects assigned to them in class. Not just for the End-of-Degree Projects, but also for the integrated projects that are part of every course.

Among the materials and resources available to the laboratory, we have:

  • Promax direct-current power supplies.
  • Promax oscilloscopes and frequency generators.
  • Electromagnetic wave and spectrum analysers.
  • Various fungible goods for the design of analog and digital electronic prototypes.
  • NI electronic simulation boards.
  • Arduino and Raspberry Pi boards for the design of electronic prototypes.

In terms of software, we have:

  • LabVIEW and Multisim from NI for the design, development and implementation of analog and digital electronic systems.
  • MATLAB for the processing and analysis of signals.
  • Programming software for circuits and digital electronic boards such as Arduino, MPLAB IDE, etc.