EEEN 301 (2022) - Home Page

Welcome to EEEN 301.

This page provides information about the course, and will be updated as the course proceeds. Students enrolled in EEEN301 should visit this page regularly to ensure that they are aware of the information available here. If you find errors, note omissions, or have any other comments regarding these pages, please contact Robin Dykstra (

Course Outline

Lecture/tutorial times

Monday Lecture 11:00 - 11:50, 204 New Kirk, Kelburn

Wednesday Lecture 11:00 - 11:50, 204 New Kirk, Kelburn

Thursday Tutorial 11:00 - 11:50, 204 New Kirk, Kelburn

Note: All lectures will be live streamed and recorded and then stored in Blackboard. However, we strongly encourage attendance as then you will be able to participate in discussions and demonstrations. At the moment room capacities are reduced but for this course we can almost fit. I am expecting that a few of you may remain at home so it will be unlikely that we will have turn anyone away.

Direct URL to the zoom session:

Lab times

All labs will be in Cotton 249 and they will start on the week beginning 7th March. Two 3 hour lab sessions have been allocated for EEEN301. They are: Tuesday 2-5, Friday 10 - 1

You can come along to either of these two times but only the Tuesday slot will have some support.

If you are studying remotely, could you please email me as soon as possible so I can arrange a lab kit to be sent out to you. You will need to have a PC at home running Windows so you can install the development system software. Instructions on how to do this can be found in the Lab section of the wiki.

Course plan

First assignment -- release end of week 4 (due end of first week of the two-week break)

Test 1 in week 7, 28th April (tutorial slot)

Second assignment — release end of week 10 (due end of week 12)

Test 2 in exam period (23/06/22, 14:30 in MCLT102). The test will be 1 hour, open book and will cover the second half of the course. laptops will be allowed so you can access your notes but you must not access the internet. Any plagiarism of material from the internet will result in a zero mark for the entire test.