Location E11-2040
Academic Staff in charge Prof. Wai Wa CHOI, Welsy
Technician Weng Tim LOU
Telephone (853) 8822-4298
Open Access Reservation Period Monday: 9:00 – 12:00, 15:00 – 17:00
Tuesday: 9:00 – 12:00


This is the first laboratory that the ECE students will encounter. All ECE students will receive a series of systematic and fundamental training so that they feel comfortable in using some of basic equipment such as power supply, multimeter, function generator,oscilloscope and etc. In this laboratory, several series of experiments for Applied Electronics, Digital Systems, Signals & Systems, Circuit Analysis, Measurements and Instrumentations will be completed.


The laboratory has workbenches equipped with 10 sets of equipment and PC designed to accommodate 10 groups of students.

Equipments available in this laboratory are:

Digital Multimeter

APPA 105R True RMS Digital Multimeter

ISO-TECH IDM105N Handheld Digital Multimeter

GDM-8041, “GW Instek” Digital Multimeter

IDM8341 Bench Digital Multimeter

Analog Multimeter

DC Power Supply

GPC-3030, “GW” 3-Channel Linear D.C. Power Supply

GPC-3030D, “GW” 3-Channel Linear D.C. Power Supply

R&S HMC8042, 2-Channel Power Supply

Function Generator

SFG-2110, “GW Instek” 10MHz DDS Function Generator

AFG-2112, 12MHz Arbitrary Function Generator

GFG-8016G, “GW” 2MHz Function Generator

Digital Oscilloscope

DSO5012A, “Agilent” 100MHz, 2-Channel Digital Oscilloscope

DSO-X 3012A, “Agilent” 100MHz, 2-Channel Digital Oscilloscope
R&S HMO1002, 50MHz 2-Channel Digital Oscilloscope

LCR Meter

LCR-821, “GW Instek” 200kHz High Precision LCR Meter

Spectrum Analyzer

R&S FS300, Spectrum Analyzer, 9kHz to 3GHz

R&S FSC3, Spectrum Analyzer, 9kHz to 3GHz

Teaching Box

Transducer and Instrumentation Trainer


The laboratory experiments will strengthen the student’s knowledge in the following areas:

  1. Digital Systems
    Logic ICs, static RAM, combinational and sequential circuits
  2. Circuit Analysis
    Characteristics of Resistors, Capacitors and Inductors, Operational-Amplifier-based Dependent Control Source Circuits, Zero-State and Zero-Input Response of First- and Second-Order Circuits (R, L, C Circuits)
  3. Signals and Systems
    The Measurement of Spectrum of Basic Periodic Signals, Time- and Frequency-Domain Characterization of 1st- and 2nd-Order Systems (R, L, C Circuits and Op-Amp Circuits)
  4. Applied Electronics
    OP-AMP circuits, BJT and FET circuits, power amplifier circuits, 555 timing circuits, and oscillators.
  5. Measurement and Instrumentation
    DC and AC meters, DC and AC bridges, basic operation of test instruments such as oscilloscope and function generator, transducers, data acquisition and signal conditioning.

Courses supported

ECEB110 Digital Systems
CISB121 Digital Systems
ECEB122 Circuit Analysis
ECEB210 Signals and Systems
ECEB211 Measurement and Instrumentation
ECEB221 Fundamental Electronics
ECEB310 Applied Electronics
EMEB213 Electrical Engineering
EMEB358 Electronics and Instrumentation