The Electronics Laboratory allows students to explore, design, develop and test precision components, systems or equipment that use electricity as their source of power. Electronics touches on almost all areas of human activity today, with many diverse applications. Areas include defence, medical instruments, mobile phones, nanotechnology, satellite communication,power generation and robotics.
Each pair of students working in the laboratory have access to the latest equipment from companies such as Tektronix and National Instruments, including oscilloscopes, spectrum analysers, signal generators and power supplies together with electrical components and circuit boards to facilitate a deep understanding of electronic and electrical engineering principles.
The Electronics Laboratory is set within a 188/m2 space, with a max capacity of 88 people.