Laboratory

Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering Laboratories and Experiments:
The DEEE has many laboratories which are:
•Communication Laboratory
•Electronics Laboratory
•Control Laboratory
•Power Laboratory
•High Tension Power Laboratory
•Protection Laboratory
•Machine Laboratory
•Measurements Laboratory
•Computer Laboratory
•Network Laboratory
•Graduation project Laboratory
A lot of experiments are implementing in these laboratories depend on the courses; because there are many courses in different grades has a Lab subject, below are some of them:
•Principles of Digital Systems Laboratory:
Laboratory projects and assignments:
1. Seven laboratory projects are completed during the semester. Students work in teams of two and each student maintains a laboratory notebook that is graded.
2. Projects involve the use of basic test equipment (digital oscilloscope, function generator, power supply),
•Electronics Laboratory 1:
The goal of the course is to introduce students to the use of basic electronic elements such as diodes, bipolar transistors, MOSFETS and CMOSFETS. This lab contributes to the Educational Objectives 1 (Fundamental Knowledge), 2 (Specialization), 3 (Design Skills), 4 (Professional Skills), and 5 (Self-learning).
Outcome is to use basic engineering instruments such as a DMM, power supply, and oscilloscope. Find, understand and apply basic electronic element equations for a working circuit. Analyze a circuit using bipolar transistors. Design a single stage common emitter, common base, and common collector amplifier.  Learn how to write a proper lab report (both content and presentation). Several lab reports and prelab discussing each lab concept in detail.
•Digital System Laboratory:
Objective is to reinforce the concepts taught in digital system course by having students design and implement combinational and sequential logic.  Student learn to design and implement combinational logic and sequential logic building up to the design and implementation of a 4-bit calculator.  
Students use the Xilinx Foundation Series schematic capture and simulation tools to design, build and test digital circuits. All designs are implemented with Xilinx field programmable gate array
Laboratory projects and assignments: Characteristics of electronic devices used in switching, sweeping and wave forming circuits. Generation of waveforms. Digital storage devices and sequential circuits.
•Electronics Laboratory 2:
Laboratory projects and assignments:
1. The experiments are the implementation of theories covered in lectures. They are carefully designed to help students understand difficult concepts. First experiment involves the use of basic test equipment (digital meters, digital oscilloscope, function generator, and power supply)
2. Students are required to submit formal laboratory report for each experiment and the Final Project. This will help students to develop technical writing skill.
•Microprocessors & Interfacing Laboratory:
Objective: Students should be able to do the following upon completion of this course:
1. Complete a capstone design project that is often interdisciplinary in nature, integrating the knowledge obtained in previous EE classes
2. Understand what it is like to work in industry
•Electronics Laboratory 3:
Objective: Students should be able to do the following upon completion of this course:
1. Are familiar with laboratory instruments and techniques for characterizing analog circuits.
2. Are introduced to the design process and written communications of experimental results.
Computer Usage: PSpice simulation of op-amp design and final project design
Laboratory projects and assignments:     
1. Design and prototyping of op-amp sub circuits and complete three-stage op amp
2. Design of student-defined semester project
•Measurement Laboratory:
Laboratory projects and assignments: Use of standard electronic equipment in the measurement of electrical and electronic network. Characteristics of electronic devices. Applications of instrumentation to measure basic units of time, frequency, current, voltage, power, and impedance. Use of bridge, oscilloscopes and electrical function generators to measure steady state and transient phenomena.
•Communication Laboratory 1:
Laboratory projects and assignments: Empirical study of several major topics in modern communications are chosen from the areas of linear filters, random and pseudo random processes, analog and digital communications, A/D conversion, source and channel coding, noise measurements, data security and data networks.
•Control Laboratory 1:
Objective: Capable of applying a systematic control system design methodology to a laboratory system.
•Measurements Laboratory 2
Objective: The goal of the course is to introduce students to the operation of basic instruments such as the Digital Multi meter and Oscilloscope, and explore through hands-on experimentation fundamental circuit theorems.
•Electrical Engineering Principles Laboratory:
Outcome: This course will provide students with hands-on experience with elementary electrical and electronic devices and circuits including capacitors, inductors, and operational amplifier circuits; ac measurements; and frequency response.
Description: Use basic measurement devices: oscilloscope, voltmeter, ammeter, etc.  Acknowledge of passive components (preferred values, tolerance, and component coding systems and number conventions). Basic electrostatic and magnetic laws. Transient response of RC, RL and RLC circuits.
•Electromechanical Energy Conversion and Power Laboratory:
Objective:    
1. Have ability to apply theoretical concepts learned in ELEN 3341 in a laboratory setting
2. Competent at keeping a lab notebook describing their progress in the course.
3. Competent at designing, assembling and executing experiments with electric power apparatus.
4. Competent at writing a progress report and a final report describing their lab work.
•Electromechanical energy conversion laboratory 2:
Objective:    
1. Determination of system parameters and computer data base.  
2. Radial system loading, voltage control, faults, and protection.  
3. System evolution, planning, S flow, and simulation.  
4. Faults: LG,LL,LLG,LLL, line, bus, transformer, and generator with 1, 2, and 3 pole clearing.
5. ACE, generator commitment, and frequency control.
6. Regulation of line power and voltage.
7. Use of the Marx surge generator.  
8. Corona phenomena.
9. A formal journal must be maintained.
10. Prepare reports describing their lab work.