EE_Descrx - Electrical and Computer Engineering

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Electrical Engineering

EE 1000
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Explorations in Computing

Introduction to the full spectrum of computing disciplines offered at Michigan Tech. Topics include an
introduction to technical aspects of the various disciplines, degree choices, career opportunities, ethical issues,
and the impact of computers on modern

society.

Credits:

1.0

Lec
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Rec
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Lab:

(0
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1
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0)

Semesters Offered:

Fall

Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Major(s): Electrical Engineering, Software Engineering,
Computer Science, Computer Systems Science, Computer Engineering, Engineeri
ng Undeclared; Must be
enrolled in one of the following Class(es): Freshman, Sophomore


EE 2110
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Electric Circuits

Introduction to linear circuit analysis, circuit elements, network theorems, steady
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state sinusoidal response,
transient response using LaP
lace transforms, and frequency response.

Credits:

3.0

Lec
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Rec
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Lab:

(3
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0
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0)

Semesters Offered:

Fall, Spring, Summer

Pre
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Requisite(s):

EE 2150 and (MA 3520 or MA 3521 or MA 3530 or MA 3560)



EE 2150
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Introduction to Signal Processing

Introduces the mathe
matical modeling techniques used in the design and analysis of analog and digital signal
-
processing systems. Topics include analog and digital signal processing, spectral representations, filtering,
frequency response, and the Fourier and Z
-
transforms. App
lications include communication, control, audio,
video, and image processing systems.

Credits:

3.0

Lec
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Rec
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Lab:

(3
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0
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0)

Semesters Offered:

Fall, Spring, Summer

Pre
-
Requisite(s):

MA 2160 and (CS 1121 or CS 1131)



EE 2173
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Digital Logic

Introduces analys
is, design and application of digital logic. Includes Boolean algebra, binary numbers, logic
gates, combinational and sequential logic, storage elements, schematic and hardware
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description
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language
based synthesis.

Credits:

3.0

Lec
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Rec
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Lab:

(3
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0
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0)

Semes
ters Offered:

Fall, Spring, Summer

Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Class(es): Freshman


EE 2190
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Introduction to Photonics

Topics include basic geometrical and wave optics, fiber optics, lasers, detectors, and optical communicat
ion
systems.

Credits:

3.0

Lec
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Rec
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Lab:

(3
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0
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0)

Semesters Offered:

Spring

Pre
-
Requisite(s):

MA 3521 and PH 2200(C)



EE 2303
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Introduction to ECE Lab

First laboratory course in Electrical Engineering. Introduces basic concepts of laboratory practice,
mea
surements, instruments, modeling and simulation tools.

Credits:

1.0

Lec
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Rec
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Lab:

(0
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0
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3)

Semesters Offered:

Fall, Spring, Summer



EE 2304
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Logic and Signals Lab

Experimental solution of engineering problems. Includes design, simulation, and evaluation;

advanced
measurement techniques in digital and signal processing systems.

Credits:

1.0

Lec
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Rec
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Lab:

(0
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0
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2)

Semesters Offered:

Fall, Spring, Summer

Pre
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Requisite(s):

EE 2150 and (EE 2171 or EE 2173) and EE 2303



EE 3010
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Circuits and Instrumentation

Designed for nonmajors. Covers the principles of electrical and electronic measurements, including dc, ac,
semiconductor devices, amplifiers, and filtering.

Credits:

3.0

Lec
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Rec
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Lab:

(2
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0
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2)

Semesters Offered:

Fall, Spring, Summer

Restrictions:
May not b
e enrolled in one of the following Major(s): Electrical Engineering, Computer
Engineering


EE 3120
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Electric Energy Systems

An overview of the generation and utilization of electrical energy. Covers three
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phase circuits, transformers,
photovoltaics, batt
eries, electromechanical energy conversion, and an overview of electric power systems,
including economic issues.

Credits:

3.0

Lec
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Rec
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Lab:

(3
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0
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0)

Semesters Offered:

Fall, Spring, Summer

Pre
-
Requisite(s):

EE 2110 or EE 3010



EE 3130
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Electronics

Cover
s the fundamentals of electronic circuits and devices.

Credits:

3.0

Lec
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Rec
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Lab:

(3
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0
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0)

Semesters Offered:

Fall, Spring, Summer

Pre
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Requisite(s):

EE 2110 or EE 3010



EE 3140
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Electromagnetics

Covers basic principles of engineering electromagnetics wit
h an emphasis on Maxwell's equations.

Credits:

3.0

Lec
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Rec
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Lab:

(3
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0
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0)

Semesters Offered:

Fall, Spring

Pre
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Requisite(s):

PH 2200 and MA 3160 and EE 2110



EE 3160
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Linear Systems and Control

Introduces the mathematical analysis of signals, systems, and

control. Topics include differential equations,
Fourier series, Fourier transforms, LaPlace transforms, frequency response, Bode plots, state models, and an
introduction to control systems.

Credits:

3.0

Lec
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Rec
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Lab:

(3
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0
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0)

Semesters Offered:

Fall, Spri
ng, Summer

Pre
-
Requisite(s):

EE 2150 and EE 2110 and (MA 2320 or MA 2321 or MA 2330) and (MA 3520 or MA 3521
or MA 3530 or MA 3560)



EE 3170
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Microcontroller Applications

Introduces the concept of microcontroller
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based systems. Describes some basic chara
cteristics of
microcontrollers and then goes into significant depth in the applications of a single microcontroller. Topics
include polled, interrupt and DMA input/output, assembly language, instruction set architecture interface and
ASICs.

Credits:

3.0

Lec
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Rec
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Lab:

(3
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0
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0)

Semesters Offered:

Fall, Spring, Summer

Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Major(s): Computer Engineering

Pre
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Requisite(s):

EE 2171 or EE 2173



EE 3173
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Hardware/Software System Integration

Covers the integrat
ion of hardware and software into a complete working system. Includes design and
construction of I/O devices for microprocessor or microcontroller
-
based systems, communication and bus
protocols, programming in assembler language and in "C", system integrat
ion and testing. Also covers the use
of FPGAs and HDL design tools.

Credits:

4.0

Lec
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Rec
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Lab:

(3
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0
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3)

Semesters Offered:

Fall, Spring

Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Major(s): Computer Engineering

Pre
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Requisite(s):

EE 2304 and EE
3130 and (CS 1141 or CS 2141) and CS 3421 and (MA 3710 or EE 3180)



EE 3180
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Introduction to Probability and Random Signal Analysis

Probability density and distribution functions, expected value, correlation, and random vectors. Wide sense
stationary ran
dom signals. The correlation function and spectral density. Random signals and noise in linear
systems. An introduction to hypothesis testing and parameter estimation. Engineering applications.

Credits:

3.0

Lec
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Rec
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Lab:

(3
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0
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0)

Semesters Offered:

Fall, Spring, Summer

Pre
-
Requisite(s):

EE 3160



EE 3190
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Optical Sensing and Imaging

Optical sensing techniques, including imaging and non
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imaging systems.

Credits:

3.0

Lec
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Rec
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Lab:

(3
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0
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0)

Semesters Offered:

Fall

Pre
-
Requisite(s):

EE 2190



EE 3221
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Introduction to Motor Drives

Provides a thorough understanding of how electric motor drives can be used to control speed and position in
various applications. Course is equally useful for nonmajors.

Credits:

4.0

Lec
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Rec
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Lab:

(3
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0
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2)

Semesters Offered:

S
pring

Pre
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Requisite(s):

EE 2110 or EE 3010



EE 3291
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Photonic Material and Devices

Light wave propagation in optical crystals and fibers, detection and creation of light in semiconductors.

Credits:

3.0

Lec
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Rec
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Lab:

(3
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0
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0)

Semesters Offered:

Spring

Res
trictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Major(s): Physics, Applied Physics, Electrical
Engineering, Metallurgical & Materials Engr; Must be enrolled in one of the following Class(es): Junior, Senior

Pre
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Requisite(s):

EE 2190 or EE 3140 or PH 2
400



EE 3305
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Circuit and Analysis Lab

Covers circuit design and analysis, and linear system applications

Credits:

1.0

Lec
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Rec
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Lab:

(0
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0
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2)

Semesters Offered:

Fall, Spring, Summer

Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Major(s): Electri
cal Engineering, Computer Engineering

Pre
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Requisite(s):

EE 2110 and EE 2304



EE 3306
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Electronic Design with Microprocessor Applications

Covers the design and analysis of electronic circuits with microprocessor applications

Credits:

1.0

Lec
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Rec
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Lab:

(
0
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0
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2)

Semesters Offered:

Fall, Spring, Summer

Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Major(s): Electrical Engineering

Pre
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Requisite(s):

EE 3305 and EE 3130 and EE 3170



EE 3391
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Photonics Laboratory

Basic optics lab experience covering
geometrical optics, fiber optics, interferometry and diffraction. Optical
measurements and laser safety are also covered.

Credits:

1.0

Lec
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Rec
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Lab:

(0
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0
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2)

Semesters Offered:

Spring

Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Major(s): Electri
cal Engineering; May not be enrolled in
one of the following Class(es): Freshman, Sophomore

Pre
-
Requisite(s):

EE 2190 and EE 3190



EE 3805
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Electrical Engineering Project

A project in electrical engineering. An individual student or a group of students
complete a mutually agreed
upon project in consultation with a faculty member.

Credits:

variable to 3.0; Repeatable to a Max of 6; Graded Pass/Fail Only

Semesters Offered:

Fall, Spring, Summer

Restrictions:
Permission of instructor and department require
d


EE 4000
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Undergraduate Research

An undergraduate research experience during the senior year in electrical or computer engineering. Students
work on an active research project/grant with a faculty member. A report will be published in the department
an
d archived.

Credits:

variable to 4.0; Repeatable to a Max of 6

Semesters Offered:

Fall, Spring, Summer

Restrictions:
Permission of instructor required; Must be enrolled in one of the following Class(es): Junior,
Senior


EE 4173
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Computer System
Architecture

Covers the principles and practices of modern computer architecture. Emphasizes quantitative performance
evaluation of: memory hierarchies, from cache through virtual memory; pipelined processors with advanced
hazard management; and combined p
rocessor/memory systems. Introduces RAID, superscalars, parallel
processing, cache coherence, performance simulation software.

Credits:

3.0

Lec
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Rec
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Lab:

(3
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0
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0)

Semesters Offered:

Fall, Spring

Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Major(
s): Computer Engineering

Pre
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Requisite(s):

CS 3421 and EE 3173



EE 4221
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Power System Analysis 1

Complex Power flow in circuits and the effects of real and reactive power flow on a system; transformer and
load representations in power systems; power tra
nsmission line parameters and steady
-
state operation of
transmission lines; the per unit system; development of the bus admittance matrix; power flow.

Credits:

3.0

Lec
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Rec
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Lab:

(3
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0
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0)

Semesters Offered:

Fall

Pre
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Requisite(s):

EE 3120



EE 4222
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Power S
ystem Analysis 2

Topics covered include symmetrical components; symmetrical faults; unbalanced faults; generating the bus
impedance matrix and using it in fault studies; power system protection; power system operation; power system
stability.

Credits:

3.0


Lec
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Rec
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Lab:

(3
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0
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0)

Semesters Offered:

Spring

Pre
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Requisite(s):

EE 4221



EE 4223
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Power System Protection

Real
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time monitoring and protection of modern power systems. Secure and reliable operation of radial and grid
systems. Protection of transmission

lines, buses, generators, motors, transformers, and other equipment against
disturbances.

Credits:

3.0

Lec
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Rec
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Lab:

(3
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0
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0)

Semesters Offered:

Spring
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Offered alternate years beginning with the 2008
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2009 academic year

Pre
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Requisite(s):

EE 4221 and EE
4222(C)



EE 4224
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Power System Protection Lab

Theory
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based application of software and hardware used for power system protection. Fault simulations,
protective relay settings and coordination, and test operation of relays under static, dynamic, and trans
ient
conditions.

Credits:

1.0

Lec
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Rec
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Lab:

(0
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0
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2)

Semesters Offered:

Spring
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Offered alternate years beginning with the 2008
-
2009 academic year

Pre
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Requisite(s):

EE 4223(C)



EE 4225
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Distribution Engineering

Modeling and analysis of electrical distr
ibution systems; load characteristics, load modeling, unbalanced three
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phase overhead and underground line models, and distribution transformers. Analysis of primary system design,
applications for capacitors, voltage drop, power loss, distribution system
protection, and introduction to
advanced distribution automation.

Credits:

3.0

Lec
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Rec
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Lab:

(3
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0
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0)

Semesters Offered:

Spring
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Offered alternate years beginning with the 2005
-
2006 academic year

Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Maj
or(s): Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering

Pre
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Requisite(s):

EE 4221



EE 4226
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Power Engineering Laboratory

A laboratory based course highlighting single phase and three phase power concepts, including: power factor,
single and three phase tran
sformer configurations, non
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ideal transformers, synchronous machines, renewable
energy, power flow and fault simulations, relay settings and relay testing and calibration.

Credits:

1.0

Lec
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Rec
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Lab:

(0
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0
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3)

Semesters Offered:

Spring, Summer

Restrictions:
Permission of instructor required

Pre
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Requisite(s):

EE 4221 and EE 4222(C)



EE 4227
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Power Electronics

Fundamentals of circuits for electrical energy processing. Covers switching converter principles for dc
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dc, ac
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dc, and dc
-
ac power conversion. Other t
opics include harmonics, pulse
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width modulation, feedback control,
magnetic components and power semiconductors.

Credits:

3.0

Lec
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Rec
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Lab:

(3
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0
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0)

Semesters Offered:

Fall

Pre
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Requisite(s):

EE 3120



EE 4228
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Power Electronics Lab

Fundamentals of design, construction and control of circuits for electrical energy processing. Covers switching
converter principles for dc
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dc, ac
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dc, and dc
-
ac power conversion. Other topics include harmonics, pulse
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width
modulation, feedback control, mag
netic components and power semiconductors.

Credits:

1.0

Lec
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Rec
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Lab:

(0
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0
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3)

Semesters Offered:

Fall

Pre
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Requisite(s):

EE 4227(C)



EE 4231
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Physical Electronics

Device physics and physical models of the most basic solid
-
state device structures. Major t
opics include the
terminal characteristics and their physical origin, device design, and device applications.

Credits:

3.0

Lec
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Rec
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Lab:

(3
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0
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0)

Semesters Offered:

Fall

Pre
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Requisite(s):

EE 3130



EE 4232
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Electronic Applications

Study of electronic circ
uits under small
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and large
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signal conditions. Typical topics include analysis and design
of power and RF amplifiers, feedback circuits, oscillators, timing circuits, and wave
-
shaping circuits.

Credits:

3.0

Lec
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Rec
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Lab:

(3
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0
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0)

Semesters Offered:

Spring

Pre
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Requisite(s):

EE 3130



EE 4240
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Introduction to MEMS

Fundamentals of micromachining and microfabrication techniques, including planar thin
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film process
technologies, photolithographic techniques, deposition and etching techniques, and the other techn
ologies that
are central to MEMS fabrication.

Credits:

4.0

Lec
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Rec
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Lab:

(3
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1
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0)

Semesters Offered:

Fall

Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Class(es): Freshman, Sophomore, Junior


EE 4250
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Communication Theory

Introduces the mathe
matical theory of communication science. Topics include baseband and digital signaling,
bandpass signaling, AM and FM systems, bandpass digital systems, and case studies of communication
systems.

Credits:

3.0

Lec
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Rec
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Lab:

(3
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0
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0)

Semesters Offered:

Fall,

Spring

Pre
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Requisite(s):

EE 3160 and (MA 3720 or EE 3180)



EE 4252
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Digital Signal Processing and its Applications

Digital signal processing techniques with emphasis on applications. Includes sampling, the Z
-
transform, digital
filters and discrete Fouri
er transforms. Emphasizes techniques for design and analysis of digital filters. Special
topics may include the FFT, windowing techniques, quantization effects, physical limitations, image processing
basics, image enhancement, image restoration and image c
oding.

Credits:

4.0

Lec
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Rec
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Lab:

(3
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0
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2)

Semesters Offered:

Fall

Pre
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Requisite(s):

EE 2150 and EE 3160



EE 4253
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Real Time Signal Processing

Practical implementation of digital signal processing concepts as developed in EE4252. Emphasis on
applications

of DSP to communications, filter design, speech processing, and radar. Laboratory provides
practical experience in the design and implementation of DSP solutions.

Credits:

3.0

Lec
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Rec
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Lab:

(2
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0
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2)

Semesters Offered:

Spring

Pre
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Requisite(s):

EE 4252



EE

4255
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Wireless Communications

Principles of wireless communication systems. Projects may include cell phones, computer networks, paging
systems, satellite communications, radio, television and telemetry.

Credits:

3.0

Lec
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Rec
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Lab:

(3
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0
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0)

Semesters Offe
red:

Spring

Pre
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Requisite(s):

EE 4250



EE 4256
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Fourier Optics

Analysis and modeling of diffraction effects in optical systems, emphasizing frequency
-
domain analytic and
computational approaches. Presents wave propagation, imaging, and optical informatio
n processing
applications.

Credits:

3.0

Lec
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Rec
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Lab:

(3
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0
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0)

Semesters Offered:

Fall

Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Major(s): Electrical Engineering

Pre
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Requisite(s):

EE 2190 or EE 3140



EE 4257
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Digital Image Processing

Image formation, enhancement and reconstruction. Applications in medical imaging, computer vision, and
pattern recognition.

Credits:

3.0

Lec
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Rec
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Lab:

(3
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0
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0)

Semesters Offered:

Spring

Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Major(s): Elect
rical Engineering; Must be enrolled in
one of the following Class(es): Senior


EE 4258
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Wireless Communication Lab

Students work with many advanced instruments and software to design and test communication systems.
Students receive a better view on many
materials covered in EE4250 and EE4255.

Credits:

1.0

Lec
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Rec
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Lab:

(0
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0
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2)

Semesters Offered:

Spring

Co
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Requisite(s):

EE 4255

Pre
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Requisite(s):

EE 4250



EE 4261
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Classical Control Systems

Mathematical formulation of control problems; analysis of feedbac
k control systems (stability, transient
performance, steady
-
state error, disturbance rejection, control magnitude constraints, and robustness); cascade
controller design using root locus and frequency response methods; digital simulation and computation; a
nd
experiments with physical systems.

Credits:

3.0

Lec
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Rec
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Lab:

(2
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0
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2)

Semesters Offered:

Fall

Pre
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Requisite(s):

EE 3160



EE 4262
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Digital and Non
-
linear Control

State space based control system design; digital control system design and analysis (Z
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tr
ansforms, difference
equations, and the discrete
-
time state model); introduction to nonlinear systems (equilibrium states,
linearization, phase plane analysis, and describing function analysis); discrete
-
event controller design (state
-
transition techniques
, relay ladder logic, and Petri nets); and experiments with physical systems.

Credits:

3.0

Lec
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Rec
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Lab:

(2
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0
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2)

Semesters Offered:

Spring

Pre
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Requisite(s):

EE 4261



EE 4271
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VLSI Design

Design of VLSI circuits using CAD tools. Analysis of physical fact
ors affecting performance.

Credits:

4.0

Lec
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Rec
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Lab:

(3
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0
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2)

Semesters Offered:

Fall, Summer

Pre
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Requisite(s):

EE 3130 and (EE 2171 or EE 2173)



EE 4272
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Computer Networks

Focuses on the fundamental network architecture concepts and the core design pri
nciples and issues in the
emerging communication/data networks. The course systematically gives students the complete picture of data
and computer networks.

Credits:

3.0

Lec
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Rec
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Lab:

(3
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0
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0)

Semesters Offered:

Fall

Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in on
e of the following Class(es): Freshman, Sophomore

Pre
-
Requisite(s):

EE 2150 and (MA 3710 or MA 3720 or EE 3180)



EE 4290
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Optical Communication

Fundamentals of fiber optics communications, including sources, transmission media, detectors, signal
process
ing, and networking.

Credits:

3.0

Lec
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Rec
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Lab:

(3
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0
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0)

Semesters Offered:

Spring

Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Major(s): Electrical Engineering

Pre
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Requisite(s):

EE 3291



EE 4295
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Introduction to Propulsion Systems for Hybrid
Electric Vehicles

Hybrid electric drive vehicle analysis will be developed and applied to examine the operation, integration, and
design of powertrain components. Model based simulation and design is applied to determine vehicle
performance measures in com
parison to vehicle technical specifications. Power flows, losses, energy usage, and
drive quality are examined over drive
-
cycles via application of these tools.

Credits:

3.0

Lec
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Rec
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Lab:

(0
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3
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0)

Semesters Offered:

Fall, Summer

Restrictions:
Must be enrol
led in one of the following College(s): College of Engineering; May not be enrolled
in one of the following Class(es): Freshman, Sophomore

Pre
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Requisite(s):

(MEEM 2200 or ENG 3200) and MEEM 4700 or EE 4261



EE 4296
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Introduction to Propulsion Systems fo
r Hybrid Electric Vehicle Laboratory

Hybrid electric drive vehicles and their powertrain components will be examined from the aspects of safety,
testing and analysis, energy conversion, losses, and energy storage, and vehicle technical specifications and
v
ehicle development process. The lab will culminate with vehicle testing to perform power flow and energy
analysis during a drive
-
cycle.

Credits:

2.0

Lec
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Rec
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Lab:

(0
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1
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2)

Semesters Offered:

Fall

Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Colle
ge(s): College of Engineering; May not be enrolled
in one of the following Class(es): Freshman, Sophomore

Pre
-
Requisite(s):

MEEM 4295(C) or EE 4295(C)



EE 4411
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Engineering Electromagnetics

A mathematically rigorous study of dynamic electromagnetic fiel
ds, beginning with Maxwell's equations.
Topics include scalar and vector potentials, waves, and radiation.

Credits:

3.0

Lec
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Rec
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Lab:

(3
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0
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0)

Semesters Offered:

Fall

Pre
-
Requisite(s):

EE 3140



EE 4441
-

Laser Types, Laser Design, Modeling Techniques, and

Nonlinear Optics

Survey of laser types and analysis of the common physical and engineering principles, including energy states,
inversion, gain, and broadening mechanisms from a quantum mechanical perspective.

Credits:

3.0

Lec
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Rec
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Lab:

(3
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0
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0)

Semesters

Offered:

Spring

Pre
-
Requisite(s):

EE 3140



EE 4495
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Software/Hardware Design of Multimedia Systems

A comprehensive overview of the design and implementation of the hardware and software of a platform for
multimedia applications. Topics include system le
vel design methodology, single
-
instruction
-
multiple data
processor (SIMD), virtual platform implementation, development of an SIMD parallel compiler, and real
-
time
operating systems. (RTOS).

Credits:

3.0

Lec
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Rec
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Lab:

(3
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0
-
0)

Semesters Offered:

Spring

Res
trictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s): Graduate

Pre
-
Requisite(s):

CS 3411 and EE 4173



EE 4496
-

GPU and Multicore Programming

Introduction to GPU and multi
-
cores, their architectural features and programming model, stream programm
ing
and unified driver architecture (CUDA), caching architectures, linear and non
-
linear programming, and
scientific computing on GPUs, sorting and searching, stream mining, cryptography, fixed and floating point
operations.

Credits:

3.0

Lec
-
Rec
-
Lab:

(3
-
0
-
0)

Semesters Offered:

Fall

Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s): Graduate

Pre
-
Requisite(s):

CS 3411 and EE 4173



EE 4723
-

Computer and Network Security

Learn fundamental of cryptography and its application to network securit
y. Understand network security
threats, security services, and countermeasures. Acquire background knowledge on well known network
security protocols. Address open research issues in network security.

Credits:

3.0

Lec
-
Rec
-
Lab:

(3
-
0
-
0)

Semesters Offered:

Spring

Pre
-
Requisite(s):

EE 4272



EE 4732
-

Real
-
Time System Design

Introduces the fundamentals of Real
-
Time system design from practicing engineer's point of view. Focus will
be on hardware, operating system, and software issues with topics derived from
scheduling theory, algorithms,
computer architecture and organization, hardware design, and operating systems.

Credits:

3.0

Lec
-
Rec
-
Lab:

(3
-
0
-
0)

Semesters Offered:

Fall

Pre
-
Requisite(s):

EE 3173 or EE 4431 or CS 4431 or EE 4173



EE 4735
-

Embedded
System Programming using Sensor Networks and Mobile Robots

Introduces concepts and skills of microcontrollers with limited resources. Describes basic microcontroller
interfaces with sensors, motors and networks. Topics include microcontroller programming u
sing C, real time
operating systems, embedded networking and embedded control, sensor networks, and mobile robotics.

Credits:

3.0

Lec
-
Rec
-
Lab:

(2
-
0
-
2)

Semesters Offered:

Spring

Pre
-
Requisite(s):

CS 3421



EE 4750
-

Distributed Embedded Control Systems

Th
is course will develop an understanding for the design and application of embedded control systems. Topics
to be covered include: embedded system architecture, model
-
based embedded system design, real
-
time control,
communication protocols, signal processin
g, and human machine interface. Embedded applications in advanced
hybrid electric vehicles will also be introduced.

Credits:

3.0

Lec
-
Rec
-
Lab:

(0
-
2
-
2)

Semesters Offered:

Spring

Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following College(s): College of
Engineering

Pre
-
Requisite(s):

MEEM 4700 or EE 4261



EE 4751
-

Verilog HDL Design

Use of Verilog Hardware Description Language (HDL) to model, simulate, and synthesize combinational and
sequential digital hardware systems. Emphasis is on developing Verilo
g models of encryption and
authentication cryptographic algorithms.

Credits:

3.0

Lec
-
Rec
-
Lab:

(2
-
0
-
2)

Semesters Offered:

On Demand

Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Class(es): Freshman, Sophomore

Pre
-
Requisite(s):

EE 2171 or EE 2
173



EE 4800
-

Special Topics in Electrical Engineering

Covers specific topics in electrical engineering.

Credits:

variable to 4.0; Repeatable to a Max of 6

Semesters Offered:

On Demand

Restrictions:
Permission of instructor and department required


EE

4805
-

Electrical Engineering Project

A project in electrical engineering. An individual student or a group of students complete a mutually
-

agreed
-
upon project in consultation with a faculty member.

Credits:

variable to 3.0; Repeatable to a Max of 6; Gr
aded Pass/Fail Only

Semesters Offered:

Fall, Spring, Summer

Restrictions:
Permission of instructor and department required


EE 4870
-

Special Topics in Computer Engineering

Covers special topics in computer engineering.

Credits:

variable to 4.0; Repeata
ble to a Max of 6

Semesters Offered:

On Demand

Restrictions:
Permission of instructor and department required


EE 4900
-

Design Fundamentals

The design process. Includes team design activities and studies project management, ethics, and
professionalism.

Credits:

2.0

Lec
-
Rec
-
Lab:

(2
-
0
-
0)

Semesters Offered:

Fall

Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Class(es): Freshman, Sophomore

Pre
-
Requisite(s):

UN 2001 and UN 2002



EE 4901
-

EE Design Project 1

The first semester of a program of s
tudy in which a group of students work on an engineering design project in
consultation with a faculty member. (Senior project ready as defined by major substitutes for prerequisites)

Credits:

1.0

Lec
-
Rec
-
Lab:

(0
-
0
-
3)

Semesters Offered:

Fall

Restrictions
:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Class(es): Freshman, Sophomore, Junior

Co
-
Requisite(s):

EE 4900

Pre
-
Requisite(s):

(EE 3305 or EE 3173) and (EE 3130 or EE 4431 or EE 4173) and EE 4900(C)



EE 4910
-

EE Design Project 2

The second semester of a program of study in which a group of students work on an engineering design project
in consultation with a faculty member. (Senior project ready as defined by major substitutes for prerequisites)

Credits:

3.0

Lec
-
Rec
-
Lab:

(0
-
1
-
6)

Semesters Offered:

Spring

Pre
-
Requisite(s):

EE 4901