
ELTRN 9 
PRINCIPLES OF DC AND AC NETWORK ANALYSIS 
5.0 
Prerequisite: Enrollment in or completion of Math 8. 
Measuring units of physics and electricity, nature and laws of the atom, resistance, voltage and current. Network theorems in simple to complex circuits. Theories of magnetism and statics leading to understanding of inductance and capacitance. Sine wave analysis, series and parallel impedance circuits, vector solutions of AC, reactive and resonant circuit problems. Laboratory measurements and test techniques with instruments and computer simulation. Total of 72 hours lecture and 72 hours laboratory. 
Transfer Credit: CSU 

ELTRN 15 
COMPUTER AIDED ELECTRONIC DRAFTING 
3.0 
Prerequisite: Enrollment in or completion of Eltn 8A and Math 3. 
Computer aided drafting of electronic (CAED) circuits. Standards, electronic rules check, JEDEC specifications. Computer commands necessary to install and operate the CAED program. Practice in using the CAED programs with emphasis on current limitations and decoupling problems. PC board routing. Multilayer boards. Total of 36 hours lecture and 108 hours laboratory. 
Transfer Credit: CSU 

ELTRN 25 
LOGIC & MICROCOMPUTER ELECTRONICS 
4.0 
Prerequisite: Eltn 32. 
Introduction to microcomputer systems, functional elements, organization, instruction sets. Preparation of assembly language programs, elements of structure, stack operations, timing analysis of bus operations. Microprocessor system interfacing, time considerations, interrupts. Multiprocessing and bussharing applications. Intel microprocessors with emphasis on 8085 and 8086type microprocessors. Introduction to embedded controllers, interface design, singlechip controllers. Software development systems and diagnostics. Development and maintenance of microcomputerbased systems. No credit if taken after Eltn 125. Total of 54 hours lecture and 54 hours laboratory. 
Transfer Credit: CSU 

ELTRN 31 
CIRCUIT ANALYSIS 
5.0 
Prerequisite: Eltn 9. 
Recommended Preparation: Math 8. 
Field effect and bipolar transistor theory, audio preamplifiers and power amplifiers, coupling and bias stabilization techniques. Analysis of smallsignal models, application of KirchhoffÆs laws to multimesh active circuits, matrix methods. Mathematical analysis of feedback systems, stability considerations, elementary transforms. Applications of electrooptical devices, operational amplifiers. Complex operator in frequency response measurements. Total of 72 hours lecture and 72 hours laboratory. 
Transfer Credit: CSU 

ELTRN 32 
DIGITAL AND CONTROL ELECTRONICS 
4.0 
Prerequisite: Eltn 9 and Math 8. 
Introduction to logic circuit design and microprocessors. Design and analysis of digital, combinatorial logic, and sequential circuits. Minimization techniques using Boolean algebra and Karnaugh maps. Interfacing requirements, truth tables, multiplexers, demultiplexers, A/D converters and DAC's. Computer arithmetic and preparation of assembly language programs. Laboratory experience using digital circuits and microprocessors. Total of 54 hours lecture and 54 hours laboratory. 
Transfer Credit: CSU 

ELTRN 109A 
APPLIED ALGEBRA FOR ELECTRONICS 
4.0 
Prerequisite: Enrollment in or completion of Eltn 130 or Elty 240A. 
Application of algebra to the analysis of electronic circuits. Review of measurement accuracy, precision and tolerance, and the use of scientific notation and scientific calculators. Solution of linear algebraic equations, factoring polynomials, rules of exponents, radicals, simultaneous equations and quadratic equations. Direct current network analysis using electronic laws and algebraic principles applied to problems arising in the laboratory. Use of electronic test equipment, measurements, collection of data and preparation of written reports. Recommended high school algebra or Math 125. Total of 54 hours lecture and 54 hours laboratory. 


ELTRN 109B 
APPLIED MATHEMATICS FOR ELECTRONICS 
3.0 
Prerequisite: Eltn 109A. 
Applications of trigonometry, number systems and Boolean algebra in electronics. Right angle trigonometry, identities, vector algebra, imaginary operator, impedance, logarithms, solution of exponential equations and use of a scientific calculator. Number systems and theorems of Boolean algebra. Total of 54 hours lecture. 


ELTRN 113 
PRINCIPLES OF DC AND AC NETWORK ANALYSIS 
5.0 
Prerequisite: Eltn 130 and enrollment in or completion of Eltn 109B. 
Measuring units of physics and electricity, nature and laws of the atom, resistance, voltage and current. Network theorems in simple to complex circuits. Theories of magnetism and statics leading to understanding of inductance and capacitance. Sine wave analysis, series and parallel impedance circuits, vector solutions of AC, reactive and resonant circuit problems. Laboratory measurements and test techniques with instruments. Total of 72 hours lecture and 72 hours laboratory. 


ELTRN 115 
PRINTED CIRCUIT DESIGN AND FABRICATION 
2.0 
Prerequisite: Enrollment in or completion of Eltn 130. 
Printed circuit board layout, design and construction. Conversion of schematic diagram to printed circuit board layout, photographic reduction, developing and etching and soldering techniques for production. No credit if taken after Eltn 15. Total of 18 hours lecture and 54 hours laboratory. 


ELTRN 116 
C++ PROGRAMMING FOR ELECTRICITY AND ELECTRONICS 
3.0 
Prerequisite: CIS 10, Eltn 109A. 
Development of C++ programs with particular application to problems in electricity and electronics. Program structure, library and programmer defined functions, arrays, recursive and inline functions. Pointer variables and dynamic memory allocation. Objectoriented programming, uses of classes, inheritance and derived classes. Preparation of C++ programs for solution of simultaneous linear equations and in finding roots of nonlinear equations. Recommended CIS 36. Total of 36 hours lecture and 54 hours laboratory. 


ELTRN 117 
SURVEY OF DIGITAL ELECTRONICS AND MICROCONTROLLERS 
3.0 
Prerequisite: Eltn 130. 
Introduction to digital circuits including gates, sequential circuits, memory circuits and microcontrollers. Boolean algebra concepts as applied to gaming logic, introduction to programming concepts and computer numbering systems. embedded microcontrollers and interfacing requirements, A/D and D/A conversion, sensors, operational amplifiers and actuator interfacing. Writing and debugging microcontroller programs. Laboratory experiments in the application of embedded microcontrollers and interfacing with digital and analog systems. Total of 36 hours lecture and 54 hours laboratory. 


ELTRN 125 
LOGIC AND MICROCOMPUTER ELECTRONICS 
4.0 
Prerequisite: Eltn 32 or 132. 
Introduction to microcomputer systems, functional elements, organization, instruction sets. Preparation of assembly language programs, elements of structure, stack operations, timing analysis of bus operations. Microprocessor system interfacing, time considerations, interrupts. Multiprocessing and bussharing applications. Intel microprocessors with emphasis on 8085 and 8086type microprocessors. Introduction to embedded controllers, interface design, singlechip controllers. Software development systems and diagnostics. Development and maintenance of microprocessorbased systems. No credit if taken after Eltn 25. Total of 54 hours lecture and 54 hours laboratory. 


ELTRN 130 
INTRODUCTION TO ELECTRONICS 
3.0 
Introduction to the field of Electronics. Electronics safety. Electronics and the environment. Atomic structure, electric charge, current, voltage, resistance. Battery technologies. Simple DC circuits. Ohm's law and Kirchoff's laws. Reading schematic diagrams. Use of electronics test equipment for measurement, evaluation and troubleshooting. Simple mathematical formulas, scientific notation, use of scientific calculators. Selected automotive electrical systems and sensors. Introduction to AC electricity. Introduction to DC and AC electric motors. Controlling remote motion with servos. Drive by wire automotive systems. Motor speed control. Wireless data transmission. Radio control. Automotive remote controls. Some uses of motors in modern vehicles including hybrid and electric vehicles. Introduction to digital circuits. Introduction to microcontrollers and microprocessors. Recommended high school algebra or Tech 107A or Math 125 or Math 127B or Math 128B. Total of 36 hours lecture and 54 hours laboratory. 


ELTRN 131 
CIRCUIT ANALYSIS 
5.0 
Prerequisite: Eltn 113. 
Field effect and bipolar transistor theory, audio preamplifiers and power amplifiers, coupling and bias stabilization techniques. Analysis of smallsignal models, application of Kirchhoff's laws to multimesh active circuits, matrix methods. Mathematical analysis of feedback systems, stability considerations, elementary transforms. Applications of electrooptical devices, operational amplifiers. Complex operator in frequency response measurements. No credit if taken after Eltn 31 or 121A or 131A. Total of 72 hours lecture and 72 hours laboratory. 


ELTRN 132 
DIGITAL AND CONTROL ELECTRONICS 
4.0 
Prerequisite: Eltn 109B and 113; or Eltn 117. 
Introduction to logic circuit design and microprocessors. Design and analysis of digital, combinatorial logic, and sequential circuits. Minimization techniques using Boolean algebra and Karnaugh maps. Interfacing requirements, truth tables, multiplexers, demultiplexers, A/D converters and DAC's. Computer arithmetic and preparation of assembly language programs. Laboratory experience using digital circuits and microprocessors. No credit if taken after Eltn 32. Total of 54 hours lecture and 54 hours laboratory. 


ELTRN 133 
RADIO COMMUNICATION AND MICROWAVES 
5.0 
Prerequisite: Eltn 31 or 131 and 32 or 132. 
Modulation techniques and sideband analysis, transmitters and receivers, introduction to microwave fundamentals including: transmission lines and Smith charts, antennas and microwave devices, microwave digital modulation and transmission methods, coding and channel capacity, networks and interaction protocols, fiber optic principles and data transmission methods. Laboratory experiments with network analyzer, active circuits, antennas and microwave devices. Total of 72 hours lecture and 72 hours laboratory. 


ELTRN 134 
ANTENNA FIELD TEST 
1.0 
Prerequisite: Enrollment in or completion of Eltn 133. 
Individual projects encompassing transmission lines, radiation and propagation, antennas and communication systems. Required instructional trip. Total of 18 hours lecture and 18 hours laboratory. 


ELTRN 142 
COMPUTER SYSTEM MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR 
4.0 
Prerequisite: Eltn 32 or 132. 
Theory of computer operating systems, interface standards and networks. Maintenance and repair of computer systems, peripherals, networks including use of diagnostic software. Use of laboratory test equipment in preventive maintenance, troubleshooting and repair. Computer hardware upgrades, RAM and cache memory installations, disk usage optimization and introduction to test programming. Total of 54 hours lecture and 54 hours laboratory. 


ELTRN 161 
NETWORK DESIGN AND INTERNETWORKING FUNDAMENTALS 
3.0 
Prerequisite: CIS 10. 
Interdisciplinary course: CIS, ElectronicsBasic network design and internetworking fundamental concepts with an emphasis on CISCO technology. The OSI model, industry protocol standards, use of IP addressing, subnet masks, and basic networking components. May not be taken concurrently with or after CIS 161. Total of 54 hours lecture and 36 hours laboratory. 


ELTRN 162 
ROUTER FUNDAMENTALS 
3.0 
Prerequisite: Eltn 161 or CIS 161. 
Interdisciplinary course: CIS, ElectronicsBasic router installation and configuration with an emphasis on CISCO technology. Network standards, dynamic routing, safety and regulatory issues, the use of networking software, and the care and maintenance of networking hardware and software. May not be taken concurrently with or after CIS 162. Total of 36 hours lecture and 54 hours laboratory. 


ELTRN 163 
NETWORK DESIGN AND CONFIGURATION 
3.0 
Prerequisite: CIS 162 or Eltn 162. 
Interdisciplinary course: Electronics, CISAdvanced knowledge and experience with switches, bridges and routers; local area networks (LAN); introduction of virtual local area networks (VLAN) design including configuration and operation maintenance. Novell networks, Internetwork Packet Exchange (IPX), routing and Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (IGRP), network management, security and troubleshooting with emphasis toward preparing for the Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) examination. May not be taken concurrently with or after CIS 163. Total of 54 hours lecture and 36 hours laboratory. 


ELTRN 164 
WIDE AREA NETWORK FUNDAMENTALS 
3.0 
Prerequisite: CIS 163 or Eltn 163. 
Interdisciplinary course: Electronics, CISInstruction and experience with wide area networks (WAN), integrated services data networks (ISDN), pointtopoint protocols (PPP) and frame relay design, configuration and operational maintenance on routers. Network management and security. Emphasis toward preparing for the Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) examination. May not be taken concurrently with or after CIS 164. Total of 54 hours lecture and 36 hours laboratory. 


