The COE engineering dept. has several laboratories, which offers hands-on experience to the students.  

In electronics lab, there are some facility that supports introductory courses in analog and digital circuits and electronics with modern industry-standard equipment and software. The lab also supports more advanced experiments in signals and systems, communications, and photonics.

Software used in instruction included PSpice, MATLAB, and LabVIEW software. Oscilloscopes and spectrum analyzers are used to analyze the output signals. All devices on each station are connected to the computer.



The digital design lab is an educational facility of the school of electrical engineering at UBT. It supports many courses that offered during the semester. Common to all coursework associated with the digital design lab is an emphasis on hardware design aspects. The DDL prepares students for building a variety of digital devices, including processors. We seek to support students who later become computer architects or chip designers, but more broadly our mission is to make engineers and computer scientists comfortable with both interfacing in the digital realm and creating special-purpose digital devices of their own.


Also, we are a close collaborator with the undergraduate professional communication program, because good design done in isolation will only remain in isolation. Students get the opportunity to hone their writing and presentation skills, as well as participate in collaborative social networks.



Basic electrical lab is designed to meet the needs of the junior students for electrical training. The lab can be used to give the basic knowledge and skills needed in further electrical, electronic or automation engineering studies. Also other study lines such as automotive or mechanical engineering can use the lab for the basic studies. Compatible teaching topics included DC circuits, AC circuits, Current, voltage, power, resistance measurements, Capacitance and inductance, Transformers, and Multipurpose laboratory concept.


Microprocessor lab is fully equipped to provide students with an exciting environment to implement and experiment knowledge acquired in the classroom. It is used primarily by the Digital Systems Design and Microprocessor Systems Design classes. This spacious lab includes oscilloscopes, power supplies, logic analyzers, digital multimeters and function generators. The lab also contains PCs and support equipment. This lab provides the space and equipment necessary for performing the weekly experiments in Microprocessors. In this lab, students have access to microprocessor boards, each with its own controlling PC, plus a 34-channel digital logic analyzer used for creating prototypes.