Courses

  • ELEC-3123 Communication Systems

    An introduction to electronic communication systems. Performance criteria, capacity analysis, modulation systems, coding methods, detection and synchronization, link analysis, comparative analysis of signals and systems. Lecture - 3 hours. This course is normally offered in the spring semester.

  • ELEC-3303 Introduction to Electronics

    Analog circuits with an emphasis on power circuits, transformers, operational amplifiers, and interfacing with sensors and digital systems. Lecture - 2 hours; Laboratory - 3 hours. This course is normally offered in the fall semester.

  • ELEC-3313 Electronics

    Introduction to basic semiconductor devices: diodes, bipolar junction transistors, and field-effect transistors. Discrete component electronics. Introduction to integrated circuits. Lecture - 2 hours; Laboratory - 3 hours. This course is normally offered in the spring semester.

  • ELEC-3403 Continuous-Time Linear Systems

    Time and frequency domain analysis of Linear Time-Invariant Continuous-Time (LTIC) systems. Representation of signals and systems through the use of Fourier series, Fourier and Laplace transforms. LTIC system modeling and realization of electrical systems with transfer functions and state-space variables. Lecture - 2 hours; Laboratory - 3 hours. This course is normally offered in the fall semester.

  • ELEC-3503 Discrete-Time Linear Systems

    Time and frequency domain analysis of Linear Time-Invariant Discrete-Time (LTID) systems using difference functions, Fourier transforms, and Z-transforms. LTID system modeling and system realization with transfer functions. Introduction to stochastic processes. Lecture - 3 hours. This course is normally offered in the fall semester.

  • ELEC-3504 Signals and Systems

    Time and frequency domain analysis of discrete-time and continuous-time signals and systems. Fourier, Laplace and Z transforms. Filtering and frequency response. Lecture - 3 hours; Laboratory - 3 hours. This course is normally offered in the fall semester.

  • ELEC-3523 Digital Signal Processing

    Analysis, design, and implementation of discrete-time systems. FIR-IIR systems, parametric and non-parametric power spectrum estimation and optimal filtering, finite-word length effects. Lecture - 2 hours; Laboratory - 3 hours. This course is normally offered in the spring semester.

  • ELEC-3613 Electromagnetic Fields

    A study of Maxwell-s equations and applications; Em waves, transmission lines, and introduction to antennas. Lecture - 3 hours; Laboratory - 0 hours. This course is normally offered in the fall semester.

  • ELEC-4113 Communication Systems

    Design and analysis of analog and digital communication systems in the presence noise. Topics include capacity analysis, performance criteria, modulation systems and link analysis. Lecture - 3 hours. This course is normally offered in the spring semester of odd-numbered years. -

  • ELEC-4323 Electronic Devices

    Introduction to physics of semiconductor devices. The three electronic devices from Introduction to Electronics are brought from basic physics to current-voltage characteristics and circuit models. Lecture - 3 hours. This course is normally offered in the summer semester.

  • ELEC-4423 Control Systems

    Control system theory of continuous time systems. Modeling physical systems through transfer functions and state space descriptions. System performance measures including stability, transient response, steady state response, and sensitivity. Classical and modern control techniques; root locus, frequency response methods and Pid control. Lecture - 2 hours; Laboratory - 3 hours. This course is offered as needed.

  • ELEC-4523 Real-time Signal Processing

    Design and implementation of real-time embedded digital signal processing systems. Dsp programming, real-time operating systems, parallel processing, host computer interfacing. Lecture - 2 hours; Laboratory - 3 hours. This course is normally offered in the fall semester.

  • ELEC-4613 Radio Frequency Engineering

    Analysis and design of Radio Frequency circuits and systems. Network analysis parameters for system level Rf design will be used to bridge earlier field theory analysis to modern Rf circuit design techniques and software. Lecture - 2 hours; Laboratory - 3 hours. This course is normally offered in the spring semester.

  • ELEC-4732 Systems Design I

    An implementation of the design methodology covered in Systems Design I. Applications of research and design relating to real world or industry problems; interaction with other fields of engineering and science. ELEC-4743 and ELEC-4753 constitute a single two-semester project experience. Laboratory - 6 hours. Same as MECH-4743 and CENG-4743. This course is normally offered in the fall semester.

  • ELEC-4743 Systems Design II

    An implementation of the design methodology covered in Systems Design I. Applications of research and design relating to real world or industry problems; interaction with other fields of engineering and science. ELEC-4743 and ELEC-4753 constitute a single two-semester project experience. Laboratory - 6 hours. Same as MECH-4743 and CENG-4743. This course is normally offered in the fall semester.

  • ELEC-4753 Systems Design III

    A continuation and completion of the capstone design project begun in ELEC-4743. Students not successfully completing the entire project must normally retake ELEC-4743 and ELEC-4753 with a new project assignment. Laboratory - 6 hours. (Same as MECH-4753 and CENG-4753.) This course is normally offered in the spring semester.

  • ELEC-5003 Foundations of Electrical Engineering

    An overview of the discipline of electrical engineering. Topics include signal processing, electronics and electromagnetic fields. This course is designed for graduate students with a bachelor's degree in an area outside electrical engineering and will help prepare the student for other graduate courses with an ELEC prefix.

  • ELEC-5123 Digital Communications

    Characterization of communication signals and systems, source coding, optimum receivers, channel capacity and coding, band pass modulation and demodulation, detection in the presence of noise, broadband signaling techniques, spread spectrum techniques, multipath channels, multiuser communications. Applications in satellite, wireless, and computer communication networks.

  • ELEC-5323 Electronic Devices

    Introduction to physics of semiconductor devices. Operation of fundamental electronic devices. Development of current-voltage relationships and linear circuit models. Students cannot receive credit for both ELEC-4323 and 5323.

  • ELEC-5333 Power Electronics

    Application of electronics to energy conversion and control. Modeling, analysis and application of power semiconductor devices and passive components in various commonly used circuit topologies for AC-DC, DC-DC and DC-AC conversion. Role of power electronics for advanced renewable power sources and hybrid and electric vehicles is examined.

  • ELEC-5383 Power System Analysis

    An introduction to basic power system topics. Major focus is on the steady-state modeling, analysis, and design of single and 3 phase power systems.

  • ELEC-5393 Power System Protection

    An introduction to basic power system protection. Major focus is on the steady-state modeling, analysis of balanced and unbalanced faults. The course will also focus on the systems and principles used to detect and interrupt faults on the power system.

  • ELEC-5523 Real-Time Signal Processing

    Design and implementation of real-time embedded digital signal processing systems. DSP programming, real-time operating systems, parallel processing, host computer interfacing. Students cannot receive credit for both ELEC-4523 and ELEC-5523.

  • ELEC-5533 Image Processing and Computer Vision

    Topics include image properties and human perception, edge detection, morphological operations, image transforms, image data compression, image restoration, segmentation, shape recognition, pattern recognition, 3-D vision, texture, motion, and image intelligence.

  • ELEC-5613 Radio Frequency Engineering

    Analysis and design of Radio Frequency circuits and systems. Network analysis parameters for system level RF design will be used to bridge field theory analysis to modern RF circuit design techniques and software. Students cannot receive credit for both ELEC-4613 and 5613.

  • ELEC-5803 Special Topics

    Current topics in electrical engineering not normally included in existing courses. Repeat credit may be earned with different subtitles assigned.

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