Dr. Aly El-Osery ee

Last Updated: September 18 2019

EE 361: Mixed Electronics

Office hours:


Mon. 9am - 10:00am, Tues. 10am-11am, Thur. 3pm-4pm in Workman 207

Caitlin (TA):

Mon. and Wed. from 5pm-8pm in Workman 187

Course Description:

Intensive laboratory working with analog and digital electronics, FPGAs, and microcontrollers. Project topics include: oscillators, amplifiers, filters, analog-to-digital converters, digital-to-analog converters, direct digital synthesizers, interfacing, feedback control, and related topics.

Students need to review labs prior to the lab session and determine a plan on how to tackle each assignment. As you are doing so you need to write things into your lab book, e.g., introduction, background, your approach, and experimental setup. These items will be checked at the beginning of the lab period that is the start of that particular assignment. The TAs will initial your lab book. If you don't have that information at that time, points will be deducted for being late.

Unless otherwise noted, assignments are individual assignments and you are to submit your own work.

Periodically, the TA's will announced that they need to collect your lab books for grading. If you don't submit your lab book by the end of that lab, it will be considered late and 10% will be deducted.


  • Lab reports : 30%
  • Quizzes : 30%
  • Formal reports (approx. 5): 40%


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