CIRCUITS LAb - EGH 337
This general purpose lab is home to freshman electrical engineering students at UW-Platteville. This lab provides ample working space as well as basic testing and measuring equipment like oscilloscopes, function generators, DC power supplies, and gain-phase meters. In addition, this lab is equipped with six virtual bench stations to perform experiments with virtual equipment.
COMPUTER ENGINEERING LAB - EGH 310
The computer engineering lab serves electrical and software engineering students. This lab is equipped with state-of-the-art computer aided design, simulation, and testing tools. Specific equipment includes Altera MaxplusII, Xilinx Foundation systems, Viewlogic, TI DSP system design tools, logic analyzers, programmers, a PCB layout system, and a fast prototyping system.
POWER AND DRIVES LAB - EGH 340
The equipment in this lab includes three HP induction motors, DC Motors, transformers, AC generators, dynamo-system, SCR training system, power analyzers, three-phase RLC load system, frequency response analyzers, mobile power scopes, etc. Recently, three sets of LabVolt power training stations were added to this lab, which greatly enhanced the ability for the power electronics and drives related experiments. More information.
COMMUNICATIONS/ELECTRONICS LAB - EGH 329
This lab houses high frequency equipment for communication applications and testing equipment for the general electronics applications. The equipment includes high frequency scopes, function generators, spectrum analyzers, curve tracer and network analyzers. IEEE student chapter and HKN student chapter sell parts in this lab.
CONTROLS LAB - EGH 334
This lab is equipped with state-of-the-art control equipment including stepper motors, balance beam, inverted pendalum, and Allen-Bradley Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs). The same PLCs that are often used in factories to control assembly or production of a product. In addition, this lab has five TMS320C50 DSP boards for signal processing purposes.