Digilent is going to ASEE 2017! This year we’ll be hosting a workshop on the Wednesday after the Exposition hall closes, entitled “Applications of the Analog Discovery Board to Upper-Level Electrical Engineering Courses: A Hands-On Workshop”
Many uses of the Analog Discovery 2 in academia focus on the lower level courses, like beginning analog circuits. The workshop at ASEE will focus on using the Analog Discovery 2 in upper level courses, to get the most out of the Analog Discovery 2.
In this workshop, Dr. Steve Holland, and Dr. Cory J. Prust from the Milwaukee School of Engineering, will take participants through hands on exercises and examples to maximize students learning. Some of these activities will show how students can explore complex concepts such as signals and systems, communication systems, digital signal processing, analog electronics, electromagnetics, and control systems. The session will end with discussion about applications of the Analog Discovery 2 within participants own upper level courses.