Apr 21, 2024  
2015-2016 General Catalog 
    
2015-2016 General Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


 

Electrical Engineering

  
  • EEL 3435 Sig & Lin Sys An


  
  • EEL 3472 Electromagnetic Fields I (3)


    Prerequisite: EEL 3112 ; MAP 3306 ; PHY 2049; PHY 2049L . Corequisite: COP 2221  The Electrostatic Field - Gauss’s Law; Boundary Conditions; Capacitance; Laplace’s And Poisson’s Equations; Energy, Forces, And Torques. The Steady Electric Current. The Magnetostatic Field - Vector Potential; Ampere’s And Biot-stavart Laws; Inductance; Energy, Forces, And Torques. Quasistatic Fields; Electromagnetic Induction.

  
  • EEL 3473 Electromagnetic Fields II (3)


    Prerequisite: EEL 3472  Maxwell’s Equations, Plane Electromagnetic Waves, Group Velocity, Polarization, Poynting Vector, Boundary Conditions, Reflection And Refraction Of Plane Waves, Skin Effect, Transmission Line Analysis, Impedance Matching, Wave Guides And Cavity Resonators, Fundamentals Of Radiation And Antennas.

  
  • EEL 3512 Introduction To Communications (3)


    Prerequisite: EEL 3112 ; MAP 3306. Signal Analysis, Fourier Series/fourier Transform, Sampling Theorem, Distortions In Signal Transmission, And Analog Modulation - Am, Fm, Pulse Modulation, Pulse-code Modulation And Pulse Shaping.

  
  • EEL 3705 Digital Logic Design (3)


    Prerequisite: COP 2221 . Fundamental Topics In Digital Logic Design, Algorithms, Computer Organization, Assembly-language Programming, And Computer Engineering Technology.

  
  • EEL 3705L Digital Logic Design Laboratory (1)


    Prerequisite: COP 2221  Corequisite: EEL 3705  Laboratory In Support Of EEL 3705 .

  
  • EEL 3744 Microproc Appl


  
  • EEL 3949 Cooperative Work Experience (0)


    (s/u Grade Only.)

  
  • EEL 4021 Statistical Topics In Electrical Engineering (3)


    Prerequisite: EEL 3112 ; MAP 3306. Corequisite: EEL 3512  Use Of Probability And Statistical Concepts In Electrical Engineering Applications. Elementary Probability - Sets, Sample Spaces, Axioms, Joint And Conditional Probability. Random Variables - Distribution And Density Functions. Operations In Random Variables - Expectation, Moments, Transformation Of Random Variables. Multiple Random Variables. Introduction To Random Processes. Elements Of Statistics: Parameter Estimation And Hypothesis Testing.

  
  • EEL 4113 Advanced Linear Networks (3)


    Prerequisite: EEL 3112; EEL 3135. Synthesis Of Lc One-port Networks; Synthesis Of Lc Two-port Networks; Operational Amplifier Applications; Active Filters; Approximation Methods; Switched-capacitor Filters.

  
  • EEL 4213 Power System I (3)


    Prerequisite: EEL 3216 . Analysis Of Electric Power Systems Using System Modeling For Large-scale Power Networks; Admittance And Impedance Matrix Formation; Power Flow; Optimal Dispatch; Symmetrical Components; Balanced And Unbalanced Fault Analysis, And Transient Stability Studies.

  
  • EEL 4217L Power And Energy Lab


    This Course Is Intended To Give The Student Practical Experience With Motors , Generators, Transformers And Power System Instrumentation Equipment. Student Will Learn The Principles Of Electromechanical Energy Conversion By Connecting Operations And Controlling Inductions Synchronous And Dc Machines. Transport Of Electrical Energy Through Transmission Lines Will Also Be Explored

  
  • EEL 4220 Electromagnetical Dynamics


    Prerequisite: EEL 3216 ; EEL 3472 . Corequisite: EEL 3473  The Study Of Magnetic Circuits, Electromagnetic Torques And Induced Voltages. Topics Covered Include Induction Motors, Variable Speed Drives, Parks Transforms, Synchronous Machines And Generator Controls Dc Machine, Controls And Drives.

  
  • EEL 4231 Converter Model & Control


    Study Of DC-AC And DC-AC Converter Modeling Techniques And Control Schemes. Topics Incudes Average Switch Models, Voltage- Source And Current-source Converter Models, Current Programmed Control And Active Filter Control

  
  • EEL 4243 Power Electronics


    Prerequisite: EE: 3135; EEL 3300 . The Purpose Of This Course Is To Develop A Basic Understanding Of Using Switched Electronic Circuits For The Conversion And Regulation Of Power. The Course Focuses On The Basic Converters And Their Steady Analysis. Dynamic Modeling Analysis, Controller Design, Power Semiconductor Device, And Simulation Also Are Covered.

  
  • EEL 4244 Power Conversion


    Introduce Solid-state Power Conversion And Control Circuits, E.g. Analysis And Design Of Nonlinear Multiple-phase Circuits With Sinusoidal And Non-sinusoidal Variables; Constant-frequency And Variable Frequency Input Converters, Variable-frequency Inverters; Sensing And Processing Circuits Supporting Control Systems; Embedded Microprocessor Control Systems.

  
  • EEL 4315 Intro Digital Ic Dsg


  
  • EEL 4400 Optoelectronics & Optical Sy


    Prerequisite: EEL 3300 ; EEL 3473 . Theory And Applications Of Optical Techniques In Modern Electronics And Communications. Includes A Study Of Optical Fibers, Sources, Detectors, Optical Communication Systems, Integrated Optics, Holography, And Principles Of Optical Signal Processing.

  
  • EEL 4415 Sonar


    Prerequisite: EEL 3300 ; EEL 3473 . Theory And Applications Of Optical Techniques In Modern Electronics And Communications. Includes A Study Of Optical Fibers, Sources, Detectors, Optical Communication Systems, Integrated Optics, Holography, And Principles Of Optical Signal Processing.

  
  • EEL 4435L Electromagnetics Laboratory (1)


    Prerequisite: EEL 3473 . Applications Of Electromagnetic Field Theory. Experiments Include Field Mapping, Transmission Lines, Spectrum Analysis, Impedance Matching, Waveguides, Antennas, Radar, And Fiber Optics.

  
  • EEL 4440 Optoelectronics


  
  • EEL 4450 Optical Sensors


    Prerequisite: EEL 3473 ; EEL 3512 . This Course Examines The Basic Concepts Of Optical Sensors And Essential Optics. Topics Include Intensity, Phase, And Frequency Modulated Optical Fiber Sensors And Their Applications, Distributive Sensing Systems And Optical Fibers In Signal Processing.

  
  • EEL 4461 Antenna Systems (3)


    Prerequisite: EEL 3473 . Antenna Theory, Including Hertzian Dipoles, Thin Linear Antennas, Aperture Antennas, Arrays, Loop Antennas, Slots, Horns, And Waveguides.

  
  • EEL 4514 Principle of Communications Systems (3)


    Prerequisite: EEL 3512 . Introduction To Fourier Analysis Of Noise And Signals; Information Transmission; Modulation Techniques - Am, Fm, And Pulse; Analog Multiplexing.

  
  • EEL 4515 Digital Communications Systems (3)


    Prerequisite: EEL 3512 . Sampling Principle, Spectral Analysis Of Digital Waveforms And Noise, Pulse And Digital Transmission Systems, Digital Multiplexing, Error Probabilities, And System Performance.

  
  • EEL 4566 Optical Fiber Communications


    Prerequisite: EEL 3473 ; EEL 3512 . This Course Offers A Review Of The Characteristics Of Basic Optical Components For Optical Communications Systems. Topics Include Optical Fibers, Light Sources, Optical Detectors And Fiber Connectors, Signal Degradation In Optical Fibers, Optical Analog And Digital Communication Systems; And Coherent Optical Fiber Communications.

  
  • EEL 4595 Wireless Comm & Network


    Prerequisite: CGS 3408  Or Equivalent; EEL 3135 ; EEL 3512 , EEL 4021 . This Course Covers The Fundamentals Of Wireless Communications And Systems. The Core Topics Include Radio-wave Propagation Characteristics Of Wireless Channels; Modulation And Demodulation Techniques For Mobile Radio; Reception Techniques For Wireless Systems; Fundamentals Of Cellular Communications; Multiple Access Techniques; Wireless Networking; And Hybrid Networking Of A Wireless System And The Internet. A Wireless System And The Internet.

  
  • EEL 4596 Advanced Topics in Communicati


    Prerequisite: EEL 3512 ; EEL 4021 . This Course Is Designed To Provide An In-depth Knowledge Of Some Of The Advanced Topics In Communications, Topics Covered Include Ideal Communication Systems, Signal To Noise Ratio (s/n) For Amplitude And Angle Modulation, Design Of Systems To Improve S/n Ratio, Satellite Communication, And Mobile Communication.

  
  • EEL 4635 Digital Control Systems (3)


    Prerequisite: EEL 4652 . Discrete Time Systems; Z-transform; Sampling And Reconstruction; System Time-response Characteristics; Stability Analysis; Digital Controller Design.

  
  • EEL 4652 Analysis and Design of Control Systems (3)


    Prerequisite: EEL 3135 . Continuous System Modeling; Stability Of Linear Systems; Frequency Response Methods; The Root Locus Method; State-space Methods.

  
  • EEL 4658 Instrumentation for Measurement and Control (3)


    Prerequisite: EEL 3112 ; EEL 4562 Design And Application Of Sensors And Transducers Commonly Used In Industrial Control And Laboratory Automation. Concepts And Application Of Statistical Process Control Are Introduced.

  
  • EEL 4710 Introduction to Field Programmable Logic Devices (3)


    Prerequisite: EEL 3705 ; EEL 3705L . Overview Of Pld, Cpld And Fpga Devices; Introduction To Hardware Description Languages (hdls); Combinational, Sequential And Fsm Design Using Hdls; Introduction To Top Down Design Methodologies.

  
  • EEL 4713 Computer Architecture (3)


    Modern Computer Architectures Are Presented By Studying How The Relationships Between Hardware And Software Impact Performance, Machine Language Definition, Processor Data Path And Control Designs, Interfacing, And Advanced Topics, Such As Caching And Pipelining.

  
  • EEL 4727 Dsp With Fpgas


    Review On Fpgas, Hdl, Mathematics, Signal Fad Systems, Computer Arithmetic Concepts Dsp System Design Of Fir Filters Lir Filters Dft, Fft,and Wavelet Filter Banks

  
  • EEL 4746 Microprocessor-based System Design (3)


    Prerequisite: EEL 3705 ; EEL 3705L . Fundamental Topics In Basic Computer Design, Structured Assembly-language Software Design, Rtl, Cpu Design, Pipelining And Superscaling, Computer Arithmetic, Memory And I/o Organization And Interface, Cache, And Design Tools.

  
  • EEL 4746L Microprocessor-based System Design Laboratory (1)


    Prerequisite: EEL 3705 ; EEL 3705L . Corequisite: EEL 4746   Laboratory Software Development, Hardware Projects, And Experiments In Support Of EEL 4746 .

  
  • EEL 4748 Embedded Microcomputer Design Project (3)


    Prerequisite: EEL 4746 ; EEL 4746L . Individual Projects Selected With Consent Of Instructor. Selected Lectures And An “open-door” Motorola 68000 Laboratory.

  
  • EEL 4810 Introduction to Neutral Networks (3)


    Prerequisite: EEL 3135 ; EEL 3300 . Fundamentals Of Neutral Networks: Dynamical Systems, Associative Memories, Perceptrons, Supervised/unsupervised Learning Algorithms. Applications In Signal Processing, Pattern Recognition, Control, Optimization And Communications.

  
  • EEL 4905 Directed Individual Study (1-3)


    Prerequisite: Junior-level Standing And “b” Average In Electrical Engineering Courses. Normally May Be Repeated To A Maximum Of Six (6) Semester Hours. Requires Department Approval.

  
  • EEL 4906 Honors Work in Electrical Engineering (1-6)


    Prerequisite: Acceptance In Honors Program. Independent Or Directed Research In A Specialized Area Beyond The Current Curriculum In Electrical Engineering. May Be Repeated To A Maximum Of Six (6) Semester Hours.

  
  • EEL 4911 Senior Design Project


    Prerequisite: Senior Standing; Completion Of All Required Ee Courses; Permission Of Instructor. Introduction To Design For Electrical And Computer Engineers. System Design Concepts Of Specifications, Analysis, Synthesis, And Manufacturability Are Introduced. Project Management Skills And Team Dynamics Concepts Are Developed. Oral And Written Presentations Are Required.

  
  • EEL 4911C Senior Design Project Lab


    Prerequisite: EEL 4911 . Major Multi-disciplinary Design Project In Electrical Or Computer Engineering Which Involves Hardware, Software, And/or Theoretical Design. Project Should Incorporate Engineering Standards And Realistic Constraints. Formal Oral And Written Presentations Of The Project Are Required.

  
  • EEL 4914 Design Project


  
  • EEL 4914C CPE Sr, Design Project Lab;


    Major Multi-disciplinary Design Project In Computer Engineering Which Involves Hardware, Software, And/or Theoretical Design. Project Should Incorporate Engineering Standards And Realistic Constraints. Formal Oral And Written Presentations Of The Project Are Required.

  
  • EEL 4915C EE Senior Design Project II


    Senior Students, Working In Teams,propose, Design,build, And Test Engineering Devices Or Systems, Under The Directions Of A Faculty Member. Open-ended Design Experience With A Practical Problem Requires The Application Of A Broad Spectrum Of Engineering Knowledge. Periodic Written Reports And Oral Presentations And A Final Written Report Are Required. The Lecture Material And Texts Will Provide Instructions On General Projects Execution, Technical Writing, And Engineering Economics

  
  • EEL 4930 Special Topics in Electrical Engineering (1-3)


    Prerequisite: Instructor Consent. Special Topics In Electrical Engineering With Emphasis On Recent Developments. Topics And Credit Vary; Consult The Instructor. May Be Repeated To A Maximum Of Twelve (12) Semester Hours.

  
  • EEL 5025 Comput Elec Engineering


    The Course Covers A Broad Range Of Computational Methods And Their Applications To Electrical Engineering. Methods Include Solution Of Equations, Matrices, Differentiation , Integration, Solution Of Differential Equations, Fourier Analysis And Boundary Value Problems. Applications Include Circuit Analysis Signal Analysis, Signal Processing, Electomagnetics And Optics

  
  • EEL 5173 Signal and System Analysis (3)


    Prerequisite: EEL 3135  Or EEL 4652 . Continuous And Discrete Dynamic Models, With An Emphasis On State Variable Models; Laplace Transform, Z-transform, And The Time Domain Solutions. Includes Real-time Digital Simulation And Sampling Theory.

  
  • EEL 5232 Converter Model & Control


    Study Of Dc-ac And Dc-ac Converter Modeling Techniques And Control Schemes. Topics Incudes Average Switch Models, Voltage- Source And Current-source Converter Models, Current Programmed Control And Active Filter Control

  
  • EEL 5247 Power Conversion


    Introduce Solid-state Power Conversion And Control Circuits, E.g. Analysis And Design Of Nonlinear Multiple-phase Circuits With Sinusoidal And Non-sinusoidal Variables; Constant-frequency And Variable-frequency Input Converters, Variable Frequency Inverters; Sensing And Processing Circuits Supporting Control Systems; Embedded Microprocessor Control Systems.

  
  • EEL 5250 Power System Analysis


    Prerequisite: EEL 3216 . Study Of Power System Planning And Operational Problems. Subjects Covered Are Load Flow, Economic Dispatch, Fault Studies, Transient Stability, And Control Of Problems. System Modeling And Computer Solutions Are Emphasized Through Class Projects.

  
  • EEL 5270 Electrical Transients in Power Systems


    Prerequisite: EEL 4213 . Study Of Time Domain, Frequency Domain And Traveling Wave Techniques For Transient Analysis; Study Of Switching Transients Associated With Loads, Capacitors, Faults, Line Reclosing And Single-pole Switching; Study Of Interaction Between Lighting And Power Systems; Introduction To Insulation Coordination.; Introduction To Insulation Coordination.

  
  • EEL 5336 Micro-electron Egn


  
  • EEL 5416 Sonar


    Prerequisite: EEL 3473 ; EEL 3512 . Basic Concepts Of Sonar System Including: Acoustic Propagation, Transducers And Projectors, Target Strength, Reverberation, Beamsteering, Beamforming, Beampatterns, Synthetic Aperture Sonar.

  
  • EEL 5426 Introduction to Passive RF/microwave Circuit Design


    Topics Include Distributed Transmission Line Theory, Lumped Circuit And Network Analysis, Impedance Matching, And The Design Of Various Microwave Components Such As Filters, Couplers, Detectors, And Mixers

  
  • EEL 5427 Introduction to Active RF/microwave Circuit Design


    Topics Includes Two-port Characterization Of Rf/microwave Transistors Matching Networks, R/f Microwave Transistors Amplifier Design Using Low-noise, High-gain, Broadband, And High-power Design Methods; Rf/ Microwave Transistor Oscillator Design

  
  • EEL 5443 Electromagnetics and Optics (3)


    Prerequisite: EEL 3473 . This Course Will Cover A Number Of Topics, Including Electromagnetic Wave Theory-maxwell’s Equations, Planes Waves, Energy And Power Flow; Geometrical Optics; Applications To Optical Systems, Optical Fibers, And Resonators; Wave Propagation In Layered Media; Applications To Lasers And Integrated Optics; Quantum Theory Of Lights; Black Body Radiation; Introductory Quantum Electronics; And Other Selected Research Topics.

  
  • EEL 5454 Optical Sensors


    Prerequisite: EEL 3512 , EEL 3473  Or Equivalent. This Course Examines The Basic Concepts Of Optical Sensors And Essential Optics. Topics Include Intensity, Phase, And Frequency Modulated Optical Fiber Sensors And Their Applications; Distributive Sensing Systems; And Optical Fibers In Signal Processing.; And Optical Fibers In Signal Processing.

  
  • EEL 5465 Antenna Theory (3)


    Prerequisite: EEL 3473  or EEL 4461 . Electromagnetic Fields, Radiation From Simple Sources And Apertures; Receiving Antennas; Arrays-uniformly Spaced, Non-uniform, Pattern Synthesis; Cylindrical Antennas And Arrays; Radiation From Conical And Spheroidal Structures; Slot Antennas; Open Waveguides And Small Horns.

  
  • EEL 5466 Antenna II


  
  • EEL 5486 Advanced Electromagnetic Theory (3)


    Prerequisite: EEL 3473 . Advanced Concepts And Theorems In Electromagnetic Fields; Plane, Cylindrical, And Spherical Wave Functions; Perturbation And Variational Techniques; Microwave Networks.

  
  • EEL 5487 Adv Elect Theory II


  
  • EEL 5500 Digital Communication Theory (3)


    Prerequisite: EEL 4514 . Principles Of Modern Digital Communication Systems, Including Pulse-code Modulation, Error-control Coding, Optimal Signal Protection, And Information Theory.

  
  • EEL 5524 Stat Comm Theory


  
  • EEL 5563 Optical Fiber Communications (3)


    Prerequisite: EEL 3512 ; EEL 3473 . Review Of The Characteristics Of Basic Optical Components For Optical Communications Systems, E.g., Optical Fibers, Light Sources, Optical Detector And Fiber Connectors; Signal Degradation In Optical Fibers; Optical Analog And Digital Communication Systems; Coherent Optical Fiber Communications.

  
  • EEL 5590 Adv Topics in Communication


    Prerequisite: By Topics And EEL 3512 ; EEL 4021 . Fourier Transform Analysis Of Signals; Amplitude Modulation; Fundamentals Of Phase And Frequency Modulation And A Probability Theory Course. This Course Is Designed To Provide An In-depth Knowledge Of Some Of The Advanced Topics In Communications. Topics Covered Include Ideal Communication Systems; Signal To Noise Ratio (s/n) For Amplitude And Angle Modulation; Design Of Systems To Improve S/n Ratio; Satellite And Mobile Communication.

  
  • EEL 5591 Wireless Communications


    Prerequisite: EEL 3512 ; EEL 3473 ; EEL 4021 ; C Programming Or Equivalent. This Course Covers The Fundamentals Of Wireless Communications And Systems. The Core Topics Include Radio-wave Propagation Characteristics Of Wireless Channels; Modulation And Demodulation Techniques For Mobile Radio; Reception Techniques For Wireless Systems; Fundamentals Of Cellular Communications; Multiple Access Techniques; Wireless Networking; And Hybrid Networking Of A Wireless System And The Internet.

  
  • EEL 5617 Multivariable Control (3)


    Prerequisite: EEL 4652 . Course Covers H2 And H? Control Design For Linear Systems With Multiple Inputs And Multiple Outputs. Globally Optical Techniques, Fixed-structure (e.g., Reduced-order) Techniques. Includes Introductory Concepts In Robust Control.

  
  • EEL 5620 Nonlinear Control Sy


  
  • EEL 5630 Digital Control Systems (3)


    Prerequisite: EEL 4652  Discrete System Modeling, Frequency-domain And Z-plane Root-locus Design Techniques, System Compensation, With An Emphasis On Utilizing Computer Applications Packages.

  
  • EEL 5667 Robot Kinematics and Dynamics (3)


    Prerequisite: EEL 4652 . Introduction To Robot Kinematics And Dynamics, Including Forward Kinematics, Inverse Kinematics, And Differential Kinematics. Also Covers Rigidmotion And Homogenous Transformations, Velocity And Force/torque Relations And Resolved Motion Rate Control; Serial, Parallel And Kinematically Redundant Manipulators.

  
  • EEL 5671 Optimal Control


  
  • EEL 5707 Asic Systems Design I (3)


    Prerequisite: EEL 3705 . Introduction To Application Specific Integrated Circuit (asic) Families. Overview Of Programmable Asics. Introductions To The Vhdl Design Entry And Simulation Language. Programmable Asic Design Methodology Will Be Introduced.

  
  • EEL 5764 Computer System Architecture (3)


    Prerequisite: EEL 3705 , EEL 4746 . Comprehensive Study Of Computer Organization, Von Neumann Computer Architecture, And The Principles Of Risc Computer Architecture And Its Future Outlook.

  
  • EEL 5784 Computer Netwk Desg & An


    Prerequisite: Graduate Standing Or Permission Of Instructor. This Is A First Course In The Fundamentals Of Computer Network Design And Analysis. The Course Presents Network Architecture Using A Layered Approach. Analysis And Examples Of Network Protocols And Standards And Techniques For Evaluating Network Performance And Selecting Appropriate Network Protocols Are Covered.

  
  • EEL 5812 Advanced Neural Networks


    Prerequisite: EEL 4810 . This Course Is Designed To Provide Students With An In-depth Knowledge Of Advanced Topics In Neural Networks Such As: Universal Approximation Networks, Transformation-based Neural Networks, Information Theoretic Models, Foundations Of Neurodynamics.

  
  • EEL 5846 Coding Theory


  
  • EEL 5905 Directed Individual Study (1-3)


    Prerequisite: Graduate Standing. May Be Repeated To A Maximum Of Six (6) Semester Hours.

  
  • EEL 5910 Supervised Research (1-5)


    Prerequisite: Graduate Standing. (s/u Grade Only.) Requires Departmental Approval. Cannot Be Used As Credit Toward Degree. May Be Repeated To A Maximum Of Five (5) Semester Hours For Master’s Degree Candidates And Five (5) Semester Hours For Doctoral Degree Candidates.

  
  • EEL 5930 Special Topics in Electrical Engineering (3)


    Special Topics In Electrical Engineering At The Graduate Level With Emphasis On Recent Research And Developments. Content, Credit And uisites Vary; Consult Instructor. May Be Repeated To A Maximum Of Twelve (12) Semester Hours.

  
  • EEL 5940 Supervised Teaching (1-5)


    Prerequisite: Graduate Standing. (s/u Grade Only.) Requires Departmental Approval And Cannot Be Used As Credit Toward Degree. May Be Repeated To A Maximum Of Five (5) Semester Hours For Master’s Degree Candidates And Five (5) Semester Hours For Doctoral Degree Candidates.

  
  • EEL 6237 Advanced Study of A/C Drives.


    Topics Covered Include Pulse-width Modulation, Drive System Modeling, And Vector Controls. Emphasis Is Placed On The Drives Of Induction And Snychronous Machines

  
  • EEL 6266 Power Sys Operation & Cont


    Prerequisite: EEL 5250 . A Course Dealing With Modern Power System Operational And Control Problems And Solution Techniques, Including State Estimation, Contingency Analysis, Load-frequency Control, And Automatic Generation Control. Additional Subjects Covered Are Load-flow Analysis, Unit Commitment, And External Equivalents For Steady-state Operations.

  
  • EEL 6439 Adv Topics Mag & Mat


  
  • EEL 6457 Advanced Topics in Optoelectronic Systems (3)


    Typical Offerings Include: Waves And Fields In Electro-optics; Modern Optics And Coherence; Optical Data Processing; Nonlinear Optics; Laser Technology; Electro-optical Circuits And Systems For Signal Processing; Electro-optical Devices. May Be Repeated To A Maximum Of Twelve (12) Semester Hours.

  
  • EEL 6482 Propag E-magnet Sign


  
  • EEL 6492 Advanced Topics in Microwave and Antennas (3)


    Typical Offerings Include: Numerical Methods In Electromagnetics; Propagation Of Electromagnetic Signals; Advanced Electromagnetic Theory II; Advanced Antenna Theory; Microwave And Millimeter-wave Circuits. May Be Repeated To A Maximum Of Twelve (12) Semester Hours.

  
  • EEL 6547 Prin Of Radar System


  
  • EEL 6590 Advanced Topics in Communication Systems (3)


    Typical Offerings Include: Information Theory; Coding Theory; Array Processing; Spread Spectrum Techniques; Digital Coding Of Analog Signals; Statistical Communication Theory; Principles Of Radar Systems; Optical Fiber Communications; Satellite Communications Systems. May Be Repeated To A Maximum Of Twelve (12) Semester Hours.

  
  • EEL 6619 Robust Control (3)


    Prerequisite: EEL 5617 . Course Covers Control Design For Systems With Uncertain Dynamics; Robust H? Design; Structured Singular Value Synthesis; Lmi And Riccati Equation Solution Techniques.

  
  • EEL 6671 Optimal Control


  
  • EEL 6680 Dissertation


    (s/u Grade Only) May Be Repeated To A Maximum Of Forty-eight (48) Semester Hours.

  
  • EEL 6708 Asic Systems Design II (3)


    Prerequisite: EEL 5707 . Course Covers Mos Transistor Theory, Cmos Logic Gate Design, Asic Standard Cell Library Design, Asic Partitioning, Floorplanning And Placement. Introduction To Routing Algorithms And Test Methods.

  
  • EEL 6755 Vlsi Based Dsp Dsgn


  
  • EEL 6766 Adv Computer Arch


  
  • EEL 6799 Advanced Topics in Computer Engineering (3)


    Typical Offerings Include: Digital Systems Design; Advanced Computer Architecture; Local Area Networks; Telecommunication Networks; Data And Computer Communications; Queuing Systems; Artificial Intelligence; Expert Systems; Distributed Computer Systems; Artificial Neural Networks; Automata Theory. May Be Repeated To A Maximum Of Twelve (12) Semester Hours.

  
  • EEL 6905 Directed Individual Study (1-3)


    Prerequisite: Graduate Standing. May Be Repeated To A Maximum Of Six (6) Semester Hours.

  
  • EEL 6930 Special Graduate Topics in Electrical Engineering (3)


    Special Topics In Electrical Engineering At The Graduate Level With Emphasis On Recent Research And Developments. Content, Credit, And uisites Vary-consult The Instructor. May Be Repeated To A Maximum Of Twelve (12) Semester Hours.

  
  • EEL 6932 Electrical and Computer Engineering Seminar (0)


    (s/u Grade Only) Presentations By Faculty, Students And Visiting Scholars. All Full-time Graduate Students Must Enroll Each Term. May Be Repeated To A Maximum Of Ten (10) Times.

  
  • EEL 6933 Elect & Computer Eng


 

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