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Power Electronics

by Dr. Nicola Femia | University of Salerno, and Texas Instruments

Students complete hands-on labs that cover the fundamentals of DC-DC linear regulators, DC-DC buck regulators, DC-AC inverters, and AC-DC rectifiers. Designed for NI ELVIS III.
The QNET Energy Conversion board provides an experimental platform to introduce fundamental concepts of power electronics and energy conversion. Designed for NI ELVIS II/II+.
In this lab manual students simulate, build, and analyze circuits to learn about behaviors, characteristics, and applications of common silicon-based components. Designed for use with NI ELVIS III.
Students complete hands-on activities to investigate the essential functionality and behavior of energy conversion systems from AC-DC, DC-DC, DC-AC, and AC-AC. Designed for NI ELVIS III.
ECE Fundamentals 1

by The University of Virginia

Developed in collaboration with the University of Virginia, Fundamentals 1 is the first in a series of 3 course sets that redefine how the core topics of circuits, electronics, and signals and...
This course covers the fundamental concepts of circuit theory and analysis through simulation in Multisim Live, and real-life circuit-building. Designed for NI ELVIS III.
The complete lab manual is designed to teach signals and systems concepts with LabVIEW graphical programming and the NI ELVIS platform. Designed for NI ELVIS II/II+.
NI myRIO Project Essentials Guide

by Dr. Ed Doering | Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology

The myRIO Project Essentials Guide serves as the guide to interfacing NI myRIO to the wide variety of sensors, actuators, and displays that students will need for projects.
Engineering Signals and Systems Second Edition Textbook

by Dr. Fawwaz T. Ulaby and Dr. Andrew E. Yagle | University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

Sophomore or Junior level textbook designed for a two-course sequence, covering continuous-time signals and systems and their discrete-time counterparts.
Problems and Explorations in Microelectronics with NI myDAQ and Multisim

by Dr. Ed Doering | Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology

For faculty wishing to incorporate portable instrumentation into their analog electronics courses, this text provides forty end-of-chapter-style problems covering basic concepts in diodes,...