Marine Electronics focuses on the systems, applications, electronics, and safety requirements specific to the marine and ROV environments. The design, repair and integration of cabling, tether, communication devices, sensors, and components into electrical systems will be emphasized. Students will use test equipment and protocols to develop troubleshooting methods to analyze and integrate this technology. Group 2 course.
EET 104 or EET 204
General Education Outcomes supported by this course
Critical Thinking - Direct
Course Learning Outcomes Knowledge:
- Recall cables and connectors appropriate for marine technology applications.
- Outline performance characteristics of marine technology subsystems and instrumentation.
- Define the data and power requirements for a device.
- Build a connector and cable assembly ensuring signal integrity and environmental seal.
- Terminate a fiber optic cable.
- Operate test equipment appropriate for the application.
- Select components and instrumentation for a marine technology application.
- Connect devices insuring compatibility of components and signals.
- Integrate components and subcircuits to create a prototype based upon a set of requirements.
- Interpret signals transmitted to and from a device.
Caring - Civic Learning:
- Develop a safe practices procedure to achieve an electrically safe jobsite.
- Collaborate as members of a cross-functional team.
Learning How to Learn:
- Identify industry practices to reduce environmental risks due to marine technology applications.
- Judge the appropriate use of marine technology systems for real world applications.