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Electrical and Computer Engineering Department

EE414/EC415 Electrical and Computer Engineering Design II

Description

This course provides practice in engineering design, development, and prototype testing. The student will have the opportunity to get experience in the design, proto-typing, packaging, testing, and presentation of a realistic electrical engineering project. A formal briefing to peers and EE Department faculty follows a written final project report on the completed project in lieu of a final exam. (0-4-2). Prereq: EE411 [spring]


ECE Design Conference is Wednesday, April 23, 2014


Course  Materials

Share Drive Access

The most current versions of course documents are kept on the projects share drive.  This drive is also used for archiving student work. Use the following procedure to map the course drive:

  1. From the Start menu, select Computer.  You can also right-click on the Computer icon on your desktop
  2. From the ribbon across the top of the window, select Map network drive
  3. In the Drive box, leave the default drive letter (e.g. X:)
  4. In the Folder box, copy the following address: \\nautilus\projects$
  5. Make sure the Reconnect at login box is checked (default is checked)
  6. In the Username box, type your e-mail userID (e.g. m123456)
  7. In the Password box, type your e-mail password
  8. This should bring up the shared drive.  For help contact CSB at x6470 or tsd-csb@lists.usna.edu

The course shared folder located in the main projects$ folder and is called Design 1&2.  

Design Course Policy

Updated 01/15/15.   See Share Drive for latest version.

Design Course Syllabus

Updated 01/15/15.  See Share Drive for latest version.

Project Guidance

Updated 01/15/15.   See Share Drive for latest version. 

Note that mentors may revise the rubrics for the interim deliverables as needed to tailor them to their projects

Project Personnel for AY15

Updated 01/15/15.  See Share Drive for latest version.

Weekly Status Report Form

To be used at the mentor's discretion


Course Coordinator

Prof. Samara Firebaugh

321 Maury Hall, x3-6175

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