Course Number
525.657
Course Format
Onsite

This course provides students conceptual knowledge about various electronical measuring techniques and how to design instruments based on their requirements. Through this course, students should have in-depth knowledge of common measurement techniques and develop the ability to construct and analyze circuits/components for conditioning, conversion and transmission of analog measurement signals. Students should be able to communicate with industrial instrumentation manufacturers, evaluate sensors, and specify digitized measurement quality (for their given requirements/environment specification). The course culminates with a final project where the student shall design, evaluate, and present their own instrument for evaluation by the instructor (asynchronously).

Course Prerequisite(s)

525.201 Circuits, Devices, and Fields and 525.624 Analog Electronic Circuit Design