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Lake Region State College

ELEC 272 Introduction to Simulation

Introduction to simulation, emulation, and

imitation techniques. Reviews of applicable

physics, aerodynamics, and computer

fundamentals. Topics include an introduction

to environment creation techniques,

simulator architecture, hardware/software

interface, mission development, and

maintenance related tasks and skills.

(3 cr)

ELEC 275 Visual System/Graphics

Introduction to visual display systems.

Topics include system data flow and signal

distribution, computer system (mainframe),

computer system (input/output) to include

priority interrupt module, buffer interface

controller, transformation arithmetic scene

controller (TASC), image processing equip-

ment, and display unit. (3 cr)

ELEC 281 Digital Integrated Circuits

Introduction to digital logic. Topics include

number systems, logic gates, Boolean alge-

bra, combinational logic, arithmetic circuits,

flip flops, counters, registers, decoders,

encoders, multiplexers, A/D and D/A con-

version, and IC logic families. Corequisite:

ELEC 287. Prerequisites:

ELEC 100 and ELEC 101. (3 cr)

ELEC 282 Operational Systems/Tech-

nical Simulation

In-depth examination of navigation, navi-

gational procedures, flight instrumentation,

and methods for simulation their character-

istics and effects. Topics include preflight,

methods of navigation control and land-

ing, instrumentation, communications, and

environmental/special effects. Prerequisite:

ELEC 272. (3 cr)

ELEC 283 Simulator Systems

This course provides a basic study of cur-

rent systems utilized in simulators and

will include, but may not be limited to the

following topics of motion systems, input/

output systems, and simulator networking.

Prerequisite: ELEC 272. (3 cr)

ELEC 284 Semi‑Conductor Devices

Analysis of active electronic devices to

include transistors, thyristors, diodes, FET’s,

and IC’s as the building blocks for Oscilla-

tors, Detectors, power supplies, multi-vi-

brators, and amplifiers. Prerequisites: ELEC

100 and ELEC 101. (4 cr)

ELEC 285 Electronic Circuits

Interpretation and understanding of sche-

matic diagrams, electronic tables, data

books, timing diagrams, and flow charts

to facilitate expeditious identification, and

repair of circuit malfunctions. Class utilizes

all that has been learned to assist in trouble-

shooting. Prerequisites: ELEC 284, ELEC

281, and ELEC 272. (3 cr)

ELEC 287

Digital Integrated Circuits Laboratory

Hands-on application of concepts learned in

ELEC 281. Digital circuits constructed to help

in understanding the operation of basic logic

gates, flip-flops, adders, multi-vibrators,

and comparators; timing diagrams and the

relationship of timing signals to system op-

eration. Circuits analyzed using Oscilloscope,

logic pulsers, and probes. Corequisite: ELEC

281. Prerequisites: ELEC 100 and ELEC 101.

(3 cr)

ELEC 289

Simulator Maintenance Technician


This course is designed to take a simula-

tor technician through a review of the basic

electronics. The simulator technician will

utilize these basics to develop their simulator

system troubleshooting techniques. Topics

to be covered include, but are not limited to:

direct current circuits, alternating current

circuits, semi-conductor devices circuits,

digital integrated circuits, simulator basics,

simulated instrumentation, electronic circuit

troubleshooting, visual systems, hydraulic

systems, and simulator motion systems. (1-

12 credits)

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