Electronics and Engineering

Electronics

Course Description

The Electronic & Engineering Technology Program is designed to develop entry­level electronic technicians and engineering students. This is accomplished by developing a fundamental background in a number of areas including computer repair and maintenance, communications, analog and digital technology, and robotics.

Electronic Engineering at SSVT will prepare you in: DC theory, AC theory, semiconductor devices, digital circuit designed computer technology.

Instructors

Vincent Barba (Dept. Head)
vbarba@ssvotech.org | 781-878-8822 ext. 309
Christopher Johnson
cjohnson@ssvotech.org | 781-878-8822 ext. 308
Freshmen

The primary focus of grade 9 will be learning the basic skills for basic electronics and basic engineering. they will learn the engineering design process. they will learn basic DC electronics and electro mechanical assembly.

Skills: Proper tool usage | Basic electronics testing | Basic microcontroller programming | Basic electrical circuits | Basic soldering

Sophomores

The primary focus of grade 10 will be learning intermetate skills for basic electronics and basic engineering. They will continue learn the engineering design process. They will continue to learn basic DC electronics, basic DC electronic theory and detailed mechanical assembly including microcontroller, wireless systems and blue-tooth

Skills: Advanced soldering | PCB construction and assembly | DC theory | Microcontroller programming

Juniors

The primary focus of grade 11 will be learning AC Theory. They will continue learn the engineering design process. They will continue to learn basic AC electronics, basic AC electronic theory and detailed digital and analog, 3D Printing, PCB Manufacture.

Skills: AC Theory | 3D scanner and printer software | PCB board layout and custom construction | Digital and analog projects | Radio and telecommunications

Seniors

The primary focus of grade 12 will be learning Semiconductor theory and digital logic theory. They will focus on semiconductor technology and digital circuit design . They will expand learning on AC electronics to include various semiconductor theory and digital circuit design.

Skills: Semiconductor Theory | Digital Theory | SCR | TRIACS | PUT | Bipolar | Opamp | Gates | Counters | Boolean Algebra | Digital Project design

 

Local Employers

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