The first week of classes has ended, with both relief and repudiation. Since returning from my internship in Arizona, there has been much to do here in Indiana. I have also spent three days taking a Japanese friend to a doctor for a dangerous eye infection. My 2011 Honda Fit has all-electrical steering, no hydraulics, that has begun failing briefly and intermittently, so that is in the shop to be examined.
In addition to doing a final section of the assembly programming lab for ECE 362, I have three electives:
- ECE 321: Electromechanical Motion Devices about motors, generators, magnets, inductors, and such.
- ECE 463: Fundamentals of Computer Communications about networking, which looks to be quite interesting.
- ECE 421: Advanced Digital Logic Design, a VHDL course that requires much work with Xilinx' Vivado.