This web site provides information for BEng and BSc Students on the main laboratories they will be using during their studying. This site is not meant to compete with Studynet but to operate in parallel with it providing information to help you get the most from the School.
There is a library of data sheets on the majority of semiconductors held in the component stores, An alphabetical list of the main electronic component manufactures is also included.
Component orders on line
There is an on line ordering system for placing the orders.
Help Sheets on laboratory equipment
A collection of help sheets on various software and equipment together with some quick reference manuals for each laboratory is included with a list and picture link to the Manuals. It is intended to expand this collection over a period of time.
Some software manuals are included in the site with links to manufactures sites where applicable.
For Project work there are help sheets on the following topics:
Fault finding Techniques
There is general information on laboratory safety when working on projects along with information on First Aiders, Fire Procedures
A link to past Final Year Projects Reports is also included.
Final Year Projects Laboratory - Room C406
Telecommunications Laboratory - Room D416
Embeded/System On Chip Laboratory - Room LD403
Analogue, Digital, Power Electronics & Games Laboratory -Rooms D411/D421
Smart Laboratory -Room D427
The School has only limited workshop facilities, which are for use by designated staff only. Requests for light fabrication (i.e hole drilling, filing and cutting) should be made to the technical staff in your work area.
The Faculty of Engineering and Information Sciences Central Workshop is located in Manufacturing Systems and has extensive machining and fabrication capabilities. All requests for services such as machining and welding will be directed to them.
Before requesting workshop services please consider the following points :-
Requests for mechanical work should be accompanied by appropriate mechanical construction diagrams.