Electrical Engineering

Analog Electronics

Analog circuits, including semiconductors, amplifiers, and filters remain central to the operation of all electronic systems. Even in our current engineering climate of overwhelmingly digital solutions, analog circuits are still relevant. Quanser, together with Illuster Technologies have created a comprehensive lab that teaches the fundamentals and importance of analog electronics. With AELabs, students can configure, observe, and experiment with complex analog circuits such as MOSFET amplifiers.

Power Electronics

As the growth of green power leads to ever more complex power systems, the demand for knowledge about energy systems is poised to grow in the near future. Traditional power electronics labs have always focused on large format industrial hardware operating at high voltage. These systems are simply not accessible or safe enough for students to get the hands-on experience they need with power systems and circuits. In partnership with National Instruments, Quanser is changing the way students experience power electronics. With a fully integrated lab-bench power system operating at safe voltages, Quanser is paving the way for a new kind of electronics lab.