Wireless Communication Systems
Updated in January 2015
Lab Report Guidelines
· Lab reports should be prepared with a word processor and a good quality printer.
· Try to make it look professional. Plots should be informative. Scale the axes appropriately.
· Lab reports are written in pairs. If you have difficulties with your partner, seek assistance early in helping you work together better.
· All tables, plots and equations should be placed where they are needed, not the end of the lab report.
· Using snapshots of setups and circuits is encouraged. If a snapshot of an instrument screen is used, the screen text should be readable.
· Each lab document provided to students should have a rubric/checklist. Watch for Emails regarding occasional rubric/checklist updates. Make sure to address every point in the checklist to obtain a good score.
· An executive summary about a quarter-page in length is required from EACH group member. That part is individually written.