This page contains links to experiments that you can carry out during your independent learning time to enhance your understanding of the course materials. Each experiment is designed to deal with one aspect of the module and also contains problems (and solutions) for you to try yourself.

Introduction to the EE223 Kit

Experiment Kit:

The kit contains: Breadboard, Connection Wire, Arduino, Multimeter, USB Cable (A/B), LEDs, 74 Series ICs, 7-Segment Displays, Dot-matrix displays, String character displays, capacitors, transistor, resistors, various sensors, etc. A full list of the contents can be found here: Full Kit Components List

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Recommended Reading:

Want to learn the fundamentals of electronics in a fun and experiential way? Start working on some excellent projects as soon as you crack open this unique, hands-on book. Build the circuits first, then learn the theory behind them! With Make: Electronics, you'll learn all of the basic components and important principles through a series of "learn by discovery" experiments. And you don't need to know a thing about electricity to get started. Link

The full book is available to read electronically only on the DCU campus at: