Advanced Electronics Lab
The Advanced Electronics lab (OCNL 344) is used by several classes, most notably Logic Design Fundamentals (EECE 144) and Electronics I and II (EECE 315 and EECE 316). This lab contains oscilloscopes, power supplies, logic analyzers, digital multimeters and function generators. The lab also contains PCs and support equipment.
The circuits lab (OCNL 337) contains equipment usable in the design and testing of analog and digital circuits. Linear Circuits I (EECE 211L) and Basic Electricity and Instruments (EECE 110) use the Circuits Lab.
The Communications Lab is also known as the RF Lab (OCNL 339). The equipment in this lab includes modulation domain analyzers, power meters, oscilloscopes, multimeters, spectrum analyzers, RF network analyzers, various signal generators, microwave spectrum analyzers, pulse generators, VHF oscillators, and power supplies.
Embedded Systems Lab
The Embedded Systems Lab (OCNL 343) is used primarily by the Embedded Systems Classes (EECE 337 and EECE 437). This lab contains the host computers running development software and related test and development tools.
The Microprocessor Lab (OCNL 346) is used primarily by the Digital Systems Design (EECE 344) and Microprocessor Systems Design (EECE 444) classes. This spacious lab includes oscilloscopes, power supplies, logic analyzers, digital multimeters and function generators. The lab also contains PCs and support equipment.
Senior Projects Lab
The Senior Projects Lab (OCNL 341) serves as the primary work area for students working on their senior projects. In addition to the usual set of test equipment, the room has private storage areas where students can keep their projects. Equipment includes oscilloscopes, signal generators, power supplies, universal device programmers, microprocessor and microcontroller development systems and kits, and networked computers with software needed to support hardware/software project development.
ECC Networking Lab
The ECC Networking Lab (OCNL 340) has ISP and enterprise level networking equipment donated by Cisco Systems sufficient to support 15 student pairs. Many networking and security courses in the college use the Networking Lab, including Introduction to Network Engineering (EECE 555) and Topics in Computer Networking (EECE 655).