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ELTC Courses

ELTC 102: DC Electronics
DC Electronics deals with the descriptive and analytical relationship between voltage, current, resistance, power, and energy in series, parallel and series/parallel DC circuits. Ohm’s law, Kirchhoff’s laws, and network theorems will be applied to DC circuits. Laboratory experiences complement the theories studied and allow student to use test instrument and measuring techniques. 3 HRS

ELTC 103: AC Electronics
AC Electronics is a study of alternating current and its uses. Course topics include magnetism, alternating voltage and current, inductance, capacitance, time constants, resonance, and electronic devices. Laboratory experiences complement the theories studied and allow students to use test instruments and measuring techniques. 3 HRS

ELTC 206: Digital Electronics and Microprocessors
Digital Electronics and Microprocessors is the study of operation, characteristics, and applications of digital circuits. Students will study numbering systems, codes, logic gates, Boolean algebra, logic circuits, flip-flops, counter and timers, interfacing the analog world and memory devices. The student will also be introduced to microprocessors and microcomputers. 3 HRS

ELTC 207: Solid State Electronics Troubleshooting & Measurements
The course is a study of the operation, characteristics, measuring and troubleshooting electronic, solid state devices. Course topics include using test instruments to measure and troubleshoot power supplies, control circuits and energy delivery systems. 3 HRS

ELTC 212: Automation & Control Electronics
Automation and Control Electronics is the study of automating a process. The course covers controlling motors, fluid-power systems and mechanical systems. Application of microprocessor controllers, transducers and sensors to automate a process is studied. Laboratory experiences complement the theories investigated. 3 HRS

ELTC 220: Data Communications
This course is an introduction to the operation, characteristics, and applications of analog and digital communications. Topics include electromagnetic signals, optical media, analog and digital modulation forms and telecommunication modes. The course expands these topics in helping the student prepare for the FCC General Radio Operators License. 3 HRS