100 - SAFETY 101 - Demonstrate an understanding of state, school and OSHA safety regulations. 102 - Practice safety techniques for electronics work. 103 - Demonstrate an understanding of proper fire drill procedures. 104 - Interpret Safety Data Sheets (SDS). 105 - RESERVED 106 - Explain the environmentally-safe disposal procedures for electronicsequipment. 107 - Describe the physiological reaction to electrical shock causes. 200 - ELECTRICAL QUANTITIES AND COMPONENTS 201 - Recognize the basic units of Electronic Measurements. 202 - Recognize ISM system of measurement (International Systems of Measurements). 203 - Express numbers in scientific Engineering notation. 204 - Convert one power of ten to another power of ten. 205 - Use the resistor color code. 206 - Identify component symbols used in electronic schematic diagrams. 207 - Identify schematic symbols for various types of electrical and electronic components. 208 - Identify semiconductors and their usage. 300 - INSTRUMENTATION 301 - Demonstrate the use of a multi-meter, function generator, and frequency counter to measure voltage, resistance and current. 302 - Make a circuit measurement to solve current requirements. 303 - Demonstrate the proper method of using an ohmmeter. 304 - Demonstrate the use of a power supply and adjust it to specified values. 400 - OHM'S LAW 401 - Utilize Ohm's law to determine current, voltage, or resistance. 402 - Demonstrate an understanding of the meaning of and relationship between voltage, current, resistance, and power in DC using Ohm's Law Pie Chart. 403 - Demonstrate the linear relationship between current and voltage. 404 - Describes the relationship between voltage, current and power in an electric circuit using Watt's Law. 405 - Calculate nominal resistor using the resistor color code. 500 - SERIES CIRCUITS 501 - Demonstrate how voltages are distributed around a series circuit. 502 - Utilize double subscript notation. 503 - Demonstrate Kirchhoff's Voltage Law. 504 - Demonstrate voltage distribution and polarity of power supplies and resistors in a series circuit. 505 - Demonstrate calculations of power in a series circuit. 506 - Demonstrate troubleshooting open circuits and short circuits in a series circuit. 600 - PARALLEL CIRCUITS 601 - Calculate resistance in a parallel circuit. 602 - Demonstrate voltage in a parallel circuit. 603 - Demonstrate current flow in a parallel circuit. 604 - Apply Ohm's Law resistance for parallel circuit calculations. 605 - Calculate power in a parallel circuit. 606 - Troubleshoot open circuit and short circuit conditions in a parallel circuit. 700 - SERIES-PARALLEL CIRCUITS 701 - Determine the total resistance in a Series-Parallel Circuit. 702 - Apply Kirchhoff's current and voltage law to a Series-Parallel Circuit. 703 - Demonstrate a series-parallel circuit used as a voltage divider. 800 - BASIC NETWORK THEOREM 801 - Solve for the value of a load resistor. 802 - Calculate voltage and current for various load resistors. 803 - RESERVED 804 - RESERVED 805 - Calculate the value of load resistance for maximum power transfer. 806 - RESERVED 900 - ALTERNATING CURRENT 901 - Calculate the frequency of the waveform. 902 - Determine the average and RMS values of a sine-wave. 903 - Explain various waveforms. 1000 - OSCILLOSCOPE 1001 - Describe the basic sections of an oscilloscope. 1002 - Measure voltage using an oscilloscope. 1003 - Measure frequency using an oscilloscope. 1004 - Measure phase relationships using an oscilloscope. 1100 - INDUCTANCE 1101 - Measure and calculate the effect of a series resistive-inductive (RL) circuit on DC voltage and current. 1102 - Measure and calculate the effect of a series resistive-inductive (RL) circuit on AC voltage and current. 1103 - Calculate the total inductance of inductors connected in series or parallel. 1200 - INDUCTIVE REACTANCE 1201 - Measure and calculate the effect of inductive reactance on current. 1202 - Measure and calculate the effect of change in frequency on current. 1203 - Demonstrate the phase (lead-lag) relationship between current and applied voltage in a series RL circuit. 1204 - Calculate the total inductive reactance in series and parallel circuits. 1300 - RESISTOR INDUCTOR (RL) CIRCUITS IN ALTERNATING CURRENT (AC) 1301 - Demonstrate the use of vectors to describe magnitude and direction of voltages. 1302 - Demonstrate the use of vectors in determining total current or voltage in series and parallel RL circuits. 1400 - TRANSFORMERS 1401 - Identify transformer windings and check for open and short circuits. 1402 - Calculate and measure voltage-turns ratio. 1403 - Measure the effect of secondary load on primary current. 1500 - CAPACITANCE 1501 - Demonstrate the effect of capacitance in AC and DC circuits. 1502 - Calculate total capacitance in series and parallel circuits. 1503 - Calculate and measure RC time constants. 1600 - CAPACITIVE REACTANCE 1601 - Measure and calculate the effect of capacitive reactance on current. 1602 - Measure and calculate the effect of change in frequency on circuit current. 1603 - Demonstrate the phase (lead-lag) relationship between current and applied voltage in a series RC circuit. 1604 - Calculate the total capacitive reactance in series and parallel circuits. 1700 - RESISTANCE CAPACITANCE (RC) CIRCUITS 1701 - Describe magnitude and direction of voltages using vectors. 1702 - Determining total current or voltage in series and parallel RC circuits using vectors. 1703 - Calculate Capacity/Rea -- (XC) in RC circuit. 1800 - RESISTANCE INDUCTANCE CAPACITANCE (RLC) CIRCUITS 1801 - Calculate total current in series RLC circuits. 1802 - Calculate total current in parallel RLC circuits. 1803 - Calculate true power, apparent power and power factor in a RLC circuit. 1804 - Calculate (XC) and (XL) for RLC circuit. 1900 - RESONANCE 1901 - Calculate and measure the resonant frequency of a series RLC circuit. 1902 - Graph a response curve for a series resonant circuit, label Half-power points and bandwidth. 1903 - Calculate the "Q" of a series resonant circuit and demonstrate the effect it has on the response curve. 1904 - Calculate and measure the resonant frequency of a parallel RLC circuit. 1905 - Graph a response curve for a parallel resonant circuit, label half-power points and bandwidth. 2000 - SOLDERING 2001 - Demonstrate types and usage of a soldering iron. 2002 - Demonstrate the ability to desolder components from the circuit board. 2003 - Demonstrate the ability to solder components to the circuit board. 2004 - Demonstrate the proper and safe method for soldering and de-soldering terminals and components. 2100 - JUNCTION DIODES 2101 - Test a semiconductor diode and identify the cathode and anode leads using an ohmmeter. 2102 - Demonstrate the voltage-current relationship of a semiconductor diode by plotting the characteristic curve. 2103 - Demonstrate the correct bias for the operation of a LED. 2104 - Utilize a diode as a clipper or clamp. 2200 - POWER SUPPLIES 2201 - Identify common rectifier circuits (half-wave and full-wave). 2202 - Demonstrate the operation of a rectifier circuit. 2203 - Recognize various filter configurations and list their characteristics. 2204 - Calculate and measure DC output voltage for filtered and unfiltered power supplies. 2205 - Measure and calculate power supply ripple percentage and voltage regulation. 2206 - Calculate and measure the output voltage of a voltage multiplier. 2207 - Measure and plot the forward and reverse characteristics of a Zener diode. 2208 - Measure and demonstrate the regulation properties of a shunt type Zener regulator. 2300 - TRANSISTOR CHARACTERISTICS 2301 - Identify base, emitter, and collector terminals of PNP and NPN transistors. 2302 - Locate the ratings, characteristics and operating parameters listed on a typical transistor specification sheet. 2303 - Determine the type of transistor, NPN or PNP, and operating condition, using an ohmmeter. 2304 - Identify schematic symbols and uses for various types of transistors. 2305 - Identify differences between FET and BJT devices. 2400 - SMALL SIGNAL AMPLIFIERS 2401 - Determine and demonstrate proper biasing polarity of NPN or PNP transistors in switching circuits. 2402 - Calculate decibel gain or loss. 2403 - Operate and measure the voltage gain of a common emitter audio amplifier. 2404 - Operate and measure the voltage gain of a common base amplifier. 2405 - Operate and measure the voltage gain of a common collector amplifier. 2500 - OPERATIONAL AMPLIFIERS 2501 - Operate and measure the phase shift between input and output of an inverting IC Op-Amp. 2502 - Operate and measure the phase shift between input and output of a non-inverting IC Op-Amp. 2600 - BASIC DIGITAL ELECTRONICS 2601 - Convert decimal numbers to the binary number system and binary to decimal. 2602 - Convert binary numbers to hexadecimal number system and hexadecimal to binary. 2603 - Demonstrate the operation and the truth tables for the seven basic logic gates. 2604 - Connect and demonstrate combinational logic. 2605 - Describe Boolean reduction and Karnaugh mapping. 2700 - NANOTECHNOLOGY 2701 - Define nanotechnology. 2702 - Explain nanotechnology measurements. 2800 - TROUBLESHOOTING 2801 - Solve simple problems using basic inquiry methods and strategies. 2802 - Demonstrate knowledge of troubleshooting procedures that are used for detecting failures in electrical and electronic circuits. 2900 - ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATIONS 2901 - Identify and explain the major components of a basic communication system. 2902 - RESERVED 3000 - MOTORS 3001 - Describe the characteristics of AC and DC motors. 3002 - Describe characteristics of induction and Stepper motors. 3003 - Explain the difference between brushed and brushless motors. 3004 - Explain the use and function of a servomechanism to control the performance of a device. 3005 - Demonstrate knowledge of motor controllers and speed controllers. 3100 - HISTORY OF ELECTRONICS 3101 - Describe the history of electricity. 3102 - Describe the history of the vacuum tube and transistor. 3103 - Describe the history of the integrated circuit.