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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.
myDAQ Projects for Engineering Students teaches introductory engineering concepts through engaging DAQExpress workbooks exploring data acquisition, transducer interfacing, and programming...
Start doing projects on your own with your myDAQ. Get started with a few ideas here.
Build a strongman game by sensing force with a piezoelectric film strip.
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,...
Develop a Morse code translator that puts your sensor knowledge to the test using AI, AO and DIO tasks. This challenging project walks students through creating the necessary code to convert user...
Learn about photocells by building an automatic headlight controller.
Understand how to use pulse width modulation to control the speed of a DC motor.
LabVIEW Student Edition Textbook

by Dr. Robert H. Bishop | University of South Florida

The LabVIEW Student Edition Textbook provides an instructional and experimental approach for students to learn LabVIEW. It was written specifically with students in mind, offering explanations and...
Teaching Electronics in Technical and Vocational Colleges

by Alexander McGlashan | Niagara College of Applied Arts and Technology

This set of labs is aimed at teaching introductory and advanced electronics concepts for engineering technology and technician programs.