Engineering Technology Students at NMSU-A!
NMSU-Alamogordo students in ET 282, Digital Electronics, better known as ‘The Clock Class’, show off their downcounting clock projects. Built from scratch, the digital clock is used as a tool in learning combinational and sequential logic circuits. The clock, capstone of sixteen weeks of studies in digital electronics, takes about 100-120 hours to build and troubleshoot. Pictured left to right are Travis Virden, Connor Peterson, Alaric Kimmel, JerryDon Salazar, Joseph Silva, Sheri Dropinski, Michael Padilla, and Jeremiah Ryle. Not pictured is Rhiannon Mick.”
For the Clock Champions photo: “NMSU-Alamogordo ET 282 students Sheri Dropinski and Jeremiah Ryle were voted by fellow students as winners of The Clock Contest. Pictured along with Sheri and Jeremiah is Electronics Instructor Rick Hoffman. Sheri and Jeremiah present backwards counting clocks that are fully operational and neatly designed. NMSU-A’s Engineering Technology Department will display the clocks at local business and career day fairs to inform the public about educational opportunities in electronics and biomedical electronics technology.
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