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Senior Design Project

This course is the culmination of two years of theoretical study in the electronics engineering field and is intended to exercise and enhance the student’s practical competency in that field. Combined with its preparation course (ELET 305C) each student will be involved with design, development, implementation, and testing of a curriculum related design as required […]

Design Project Preparation

This course contains the background material and preparation necessary for Senior Design Project (ELET 306) and consists of three integrated learning objectives which are studied concurrently. Objective one will be to document, design and build a team project that will use a typical industry project management process to complete a project assigned by the instructor. […]

Advanced Topics in Electronics

This course introduces students to advanced applications in electronics. Topics covered include but are not limited to: an introduction to electronic communication theory including digital communications, fiber optics, programmable logic controllers and human-machine interface. Laboratory exercises are used to reinforce classroom theory. (Prerequisite: ELET115C, ELET144C, and ELET 210C; or permission of the Department Chair of […]

Advanced Digital Electronics

Advanced topics in digital electronics are covered in this course. These topics include the internal structure of logic families, complex digital circuits, synchronous logic, A/D and D/A conversion, timing diagrams, computer bus systems, programmable logic devices (PLD), and complex circuit debugging. The topic of digital interfacing is also covered. This includes interfacing various logic families […]

Electronics II

This course is a continuation of Electronics I covering more advanced electronics topics with a variety of applications. The non-ideal characteristics of op-amps and other electronic devices will be discussed with applications emphasizing offset, gain and linearity. Other topics may include but are not limited to: sensors, pulse width modulations, Bode plots, SCRs, TRIACs and […]

Embedded Microsystems

Personal computers are used to host an integrated hardware/software development system for applications with embedded Microcontrollers. A system level approach to the specification, decomposition, hardware/software development, and system integration for the implementation of embedded systems is covered through lecture and laboratory experiments. Topics covered include microprocessor architecture, instruction sets, interfacing, and real-time programming techniques in […]

Digital Fundamentals

Open to all majors, this introductory digital course is designed for students with little or no electronics skills. Topics covered include basic logic gates, Base 2, 10, and 16 number systems, BCD, Gray and ASCII codes, Boolean algebra, Karnaugh maps, flip-flops, counters, programmable logic devices and other related digital devices. Hands-on laboratory experiments, which augment […]

Electronics I

This is a study of the physical behavior of electronic devices. Emphasis is on analysis and application of electronic circuits utilizing semiconductor diodes, operational amplifiers, and transistors. Topics covered include rectification, clipping and clamping circuits, regulated power supplies, basic op-amps, biasing of transistors, and simplified AC modeling of transistor circuits. Engineering Design Automation (EDA) tools […]

Circuit Analysis

A continuation of Electric Circuits. This course covers AC circuit analysis techniques including mesh and nodal analysis, and network theorems such as Norton’s, Thevenin’s, and maximum power transfer. Treatment is given to circuits containing dependent and independent sources of voltage and current. Resonance and basic filters are covered in detail as well as magnetism. Additional […]

Electric Circuits

A beginning course in electricity, this course covers basic electric circuit theory, the nature of electricity, resistance, current and voltage. Detailed coverage of topics includes direct current, alternating current, Ohm’s law, series circuits and parallel circuits as well as energy and power relationships. This course also covers DC circuit analysis techniques including mesh and nodal […]