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  1. Center for Nanotechnology Education and Utilization (CNEU)
  2. Midwest Regional Center for Nanotechnology Education (Nano-Link)
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  4. National Center for Manufacturing Education (NCME)
  5. California Regional Consortium for Engineering Advances in Technological Education (CREATE)

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  1. Mass-Tec: Building Awareness for Today's Manufacturing
  2. Incorporating 3-D Laser Scanning into Land Surveying Curricula
  3. Development of the NanoEngineering Minor Option (NEMO) at the University of Houston
  4. Science and Engineering in the Lives of Students
  5. Great Lakes Fuel Cell Education Partnership

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View Resource Solid State Instructor Guide: The Role of Devices in Systems Lab

Electronic devices provide the critical enabling technology for today' ís advanced systems. Their performance and limitations depend on a long and complex chain of features that stretch from materials to system architectures. The purpose of this module is to demonstrate some of these features through reverse engineering.

View Resource DC/AC Student Guide: Wire Cable Characteristics

The purpose of this lab is to collect data on measurements, observe skin effect in wires and propagation delay in a cable, and summarize your findings. This pdf contains the student guide for this lesson including the equipment needed, learning objectives, a detailed procedure, and all other information necessary for the lab.

View Resource DC/AC Student Guide: R2R Ladder Network

R2R Ladder Networks provide a simple and inexpensive method of converting digital information to an analog signal. The R2R ladder circuit is a very common piece of almost all Digital-to-Analog converters. By understanding how the R2R ladder system works, a better understanding of Digital-to-Analog converters can be had.

View Resource Solid State Student Guide: DC to DC Up Converter

The purpose of this lab is to introduce the student to Switch mode power supplies. Switch mode power supplies have replaced linear power supplies in most cases due to their greater efficiency and smaller physical size requirements. Even though there are many different switching power supply circuits, the electronics technician should have a basic understanding of their operation.

View Resource Digital Fundamentals Student Guide: Wave Audio Board

This lab introduces the student to data contained in computer files and hardware that can make use of the data contained in those files. This knowledge helps the student have a better understanding of how the digital world of computers is a world of 1s and 0s and hardware.

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