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Discussion in 'Electronic Basics' started by Steven Cholewiak, Nov 21, 2003.

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  1. I wanted to know if there were any facilities for students to use or borrow
    basic electronics equipment (oscilloscopes, power supplies, components,
    etc.)? I'm starting to learn to program in assembly for Microchip PICmicro
    microcontrollers (http://www.microchip.com/1010/index.htm) and I wanted to
    know if I could use or borrow a breadboard and some basic components
    (including a 5V power supply, LEDs, resistors, and possibly an oscilloscope)
    because I just recently purchased a programmer and a PIC16F628
    microcontroller
    (http://www.microchip.com/1010/pline/picmicro/category/embctrl/8kbytes/devic
    es/16c628/index.htm) and I just wanted to try some basic projects. I wasn't
    sure if there were facilities for students to use electronics equipment, but
    I just wanted to email you to ask if you knew if they are available.

    -steve cholewiak

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    Steven Cholewiak
    University of Virginia

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  2. Ishaan Dalal

    Ishaan Dalal Guest

    If you are an EE/CE/CS major, the univ should definitely let you into labs
    where you can hang out and play with stuff...

    Cheers,
    Ishaan
     
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