DEBUGGING A CIRCUIT
Wednesday, November 7, 2018
About the Project
In this project, you will using a DMM to perform the continuity test on a buggy circuit.
For this project, you will need to come to the IEEE lab some time starting this Friday November 2nd and find an officer. The officer will hand you a few buggy circuits with which you must walk them through the debugging process. Show them where the problems in the soldering are, and how you know that they are there.
- ONLY USE A DMM TO DEBUG THE CIRCUIT
- Do not plug in a battery to the circuit
- Do not solder anything on the board you get for debugging, and do not alter the breadboard you get in any way
- You will get checked off on the project once you first debug the perfboards, and then debug the breadboard after
- Please come bug us to get two random perfoards out of the four, we will forget if you leave and expect us to come to you!
- If you are having trouble debugging the breadboard, draw it out as a schematic and try to analyze it that way. The slides should help you with that.