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Electronic Circuitry Teaching Laboratory



Hsieh, Hung-Chih

Supervisor expertise: Electronic circuitry design
In this laboratory, students conduct experiments after taking theory courses on circuitry and electronics to actualize the complementary effects between theory and practice.
This laboratory is equipped with 24 sets of instruments and can accommodate 24 groups of students conducting experiments (with 2–3 students per group). Each set of instruments includes a power supply, signal generator, digital electric meter, and dual-track oscilloscope. Furthermore, the laboratory has 24 handheld digital electric meters for the students to freely borrow, as well as eight feeder boxes compliant with industrial safety standards to provide safe and steady electricity from the mains supply.
Each semester, the electronic components required for the experiments are purchased with department funds for the students’ use. Each week, the instructors teach that week’s relevant theories, as well as the experiment steps and precautions, before allowing the students to put the theories into practice, thereby achieving concurrent theoretical and practical benefits.

Optics Teaching Laboratory




This laboratory coordinates with professional courses in the Department of Photoelectronic Engineering:

  1. Through the experimental process, students will positively understand geometric optical and physical optical principles and conduct in-depth explorations of the properties of light to become personnel in fields related to basic optical devices and photoelectronic systems.
  2. In addition to learning optical theories and knowledge in class, students will actually set up experimental installations, observe phenomena, and measure and verify results; furthermore, through experiments they will become familiar with interference and diffraction phenomena exclusive to light waves. Students will also learn through experiments how to apply light waves to precision measurements and analysis.

The Principles and Applications of Lasers Teaching Laboratory




This experimental course covers the following 10 experiments for the purpose of exposing students to different types of lasers and a wide range of experiments, from lasers’ basic characteristics to critical applications.
Five experiments on measuring the basic characteristics of lasers:

  1. Measuring the space, intensity, and distribution of Gaussian laser beams.
  2. Using laser speckles and shear plates to measure the parallelism between the lens imaging plane and beam.
  3. Measuring laser beam polarization and waveplate characteristics.
  4. Measuring basic characteristics of semiconductor lasers (1): L-1 and I-V curves.
  5. Measuring basic characteristics of semiconductor lasers (2): optical spectral characteristics.
    1. Five experiments on the applications of lasers:
  6. Using astigmatic methods to conduct simulation experiments on focus error detection in CD readers.
  7. Measuring the coupling characteristics between laser diodes and optical fibers.
  8. Measuring the modulation and characteristics of diode-pumped solid-state laser systems.
  9. Measuring the characteristic parameters of CO2 lasers and simple processing of wood blocks.
  10. Measuring the characteristic parameters of Nd:YAG lasers and simple processing of stainless steel plates.

Photoelectronic Device Manufacturing and Detection Teaching Laboratory




  1. Optical glass cutting
  2. Rounding
  3. Curvature forming
  4. Grinding
  5. Polishing
  6. Spherometer curvature detection
  7. Newton ring curvation detection
  8. Knife edge method for focus detection

Fiber-Optic Communications Teaching Laboratory




  1. Fiber-optics
  2. Fiber-optic processing
  3. Measuring of fiber-optic transmission characteristics
  4. Manufacturing and detecting fiber-optic passive components
  5. Assembling and testing fiber-optic active components
  6. Analyzing and measuring analog and digital fiber-optic communication systems.

Solar Photovoltaics Instruction Laboratory




After students have learned the theoretics in class, this laboratory enables them to put them into practice and cultivates their practical skills and operational experience. The laboratory is equipped with one million solar photovoltaic modules compliant with national standards for capability testing, which students can use to familiarize themselves with how to operate testing equipment. This laboratory plays a crucial role in assisting students in becoming certified B-class solar photovoltaic technicians.