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Teaching Laboratories

Texas A&M University is not only known for its high teaching standards and rich tutoring heritage, but also for the advanced equipped laboratories that enable student to understand and sense the real engineering aspects of Electrical and Computer Engineering.
With the fast expansion of this field and its applications and the increasing demand for experienced- professionals make us more determined to enable students and then graduates to face these developments.
At this time, there are eight laboratories in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Program where computers play an important role in data acquisition and control, or, as simulation engines for experiments. Also, the Central Electric Shop is available for senior student to design and develop their senior projects.
• Basic Electric Circuits Laboratory (ECEN 214 and ECEN215).
• Digital Systems and Computer Architecture Laboratory (ECEN 248 and ECEN350)
• Electronics Laboratory (ECEN 325 and ECEN 326)
• Digital and Wireless Communication Laboratory (ECEN455 and ECEN489)
• Machines and Power Systems Laboratory (ECEN338, ECEN438 and ECEN459)
• Senior Design Support Center and Electric Shop (ECEN403 and ECEN404)
• Microprocessor and DSP Systems Laboratory (ECEN 448 and ECEN449) 
• Computer Laboratory (ECEN303, ECEN314, ECEN489 and ECEN459)

Basic Electric Circuits

Digital Systems and Computer Architecture


Digital and Wireless Communication

Machines and Power Systems

Central Electric Shop

Microprocessor and DSP Systems