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Electricity/Speaker Building ICL0007361

Credits: BUHS 8, Sending Schools 2

Duration: Full Year


This course provides the basics of electricity and electronics designed to enable students to move on to digital electronics. Topics include: safety, magnetism, AC and DC electronics, power generation and renewable energy, resistance, capacitance, inductance, RL and RC time constants, AC filters, series and parallel RCL circuit building, analysis and troubleshooting, robotics, speaker building and crossover network design, sound system designs and audio engineering, semiconductors, diodes, transistors, residential wiring, and computers & networking. The theory presented during the course will be reinforced through lab experiments.

Additional skills will include: use of test equipment, client/server computer networking, summarizing lab results, and working efficiently in small groups and pairs.

Course syllabus:  https://drive.google.com/file/d/1RDN6LNTv_cR08RC_NsbfsUUAaB4xqN6P/view?usp=sharing

Prerequisite:

Algebra 1 or interview with instructor.


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