The Electronics laboratory is equipped with modern, state-of-the-art devices manufactured by DEGEM (Israel). Eight identical workplaces, two students per one (16 workplaces in total), enable instruction on practical devices. Students are enabled to simultaneously verify the theory, as well as to measure and analyze the characteristics of system parameters. There are Practicums for hands-on lab exercises. On each unit, it is possible to realize 8-10 different three-hour exercises in Electronics (discrete, pulse, digital, microprocessors…)

This is a computer-managed laboratory. The units are independently monitored and controlled. Each student can be presented with a separate fault which he must fix during the class. Degem’s program for monitoring eight identical workplaces is installed on PC Pentium 386.
The processes in direct and alternating circuits, motors, generators and industrial electronics can be realized and simulated on the units. Complex digital circuits can also be realized. The units also enable the programming of microprocessors and microcontrollers.
The examples of the activity of analogue components are realized through the units for operational amplifiers, differential and power amplifiers, oscillators and peripherals.
The units for semiconductor and logic circuits, as well as the units for combined and sequential networks are used as examples of digital circuits.
The unit for optoelectronic components presents the ways of conversion of electrical and optoelectronic signals.
The models are specifically designed to afford a modular approach, which enables the simulation of various real devices.