EGE193. Engineering Selected Topic. 3-12 Credits.


EGE200. Circuit Analysis. 3 Credits.

Electrical circuit parameters; Kirchhoff's laws; circuit theorems; transient analysis of first and second-order circuits; sinusoidal excitation: phasor analysis, complex power; frequency response; resonance and filters; magnetically-coupled circuits and transformers; three-phase circuits.

EGE201. Circuits Laboratory. 1 Credit.

Computer simulation and hardware experimentation on equivalent resistance, nodal and mesh approaches. Thevenin theorem, maximum power transfer, step response of first and second order circuits, power factor correction, and resonant circuits.

EGE293. Engineering Selected Topic. 1-12 Credits.


EGE295. Indep Study Elec Engineering. 1-12 Credits.

Selected research areas specific to faculty.

EGE302. Antenna Laboratory . 1 Credit.

Measurement of the far field pattern and characteristics of wire antennas and arrays for VHF. Measurement of the field pattern and characteristics of reflector type antennas in the X-band, and of aperture type antennas and arrays in the X-band.

EGE303. Microwave Fundamentals Laboratory . 1 Credit.

Measurement of VSWR and wavelength in waveguides, stub tuners and matching, calibration of altenuators, time domain reflectometry and frequency domain network analyzer measurement. Prerequisite/Corequisite: EGE342.

EGE306. Microwaves Circuits Laboratory . 1 Credit.

Design, build and test planar microwave devices such as power divider, coupler, filter, mixer, amplifier, and oscillator.

EGE311. Signals and Systems . 3 Credits.

Continuous and discrete-time signals, systems, and their properties; linear time-invariant systems: convolution; system descriptions using differential and difference equations; Fourier series, Fourier Transform and their properties. Laplace transform and Z-transform.

EGE320. Electronics I . 3 Credits.

Op-amp as a device, semiconductors, diodes, Zener diodes, diode circuits, bipolar junction transistors: physics, biasing and amplification. Metal-oxide semiconductor field effect transistor: physics, biasing and amplification. Bipolar translator as a switch.

EGE321. Electronics II . 3 Credits.

Multistage amplifiers (direct coupled, capacitor coupled), differential amplifiers. Advance current sources. Applications of operational amplifiers. Frequency response of amplifiers. Tuned amplifiers. Oscillators Waveform generators. Feedback amplifiers, and stablity of feedback amplifiers. Power amplifiers.

EGE322. Electronics I Laboratory . 1 Credit.

Laboratory exercises covering op-amps, characterization of diodes, BJT, and MOSFET, diode circuits, biasing and amplication of BJT and MOSFET, including simple current source.

EGE323. Electronics II Laboratory . 1 Credit.

Laboratory exercises covering the multistage amplifier, direct coupled amplifier, difference amplifier, op-amp applications, frequency response, oscillator, waveform generator, power amplifier, and frequency response.

EGE331. Computer Simulation. 3 Credits.

Problem Solving and Engineering Methods, Algorithm Development, MATLAB Interactive Environment, MATLAB Programming Elements, Control Structures, Arrays and Matrix Operations, Plotting and Graphing, Recursion, Fundamentals of Database, Developing tables using Excel, Importing and exporting Excel tables to MATLAB.

EGE340. Applied Electromagnetics. 3 Credits.

Transmission line theory. Graphical solutions using Smith Chart. Impedance matching. Transients on lossless lines. Electrostatis, capacitance and electric energy. Magnetostatic, Inductance and magnetic energy. Maxwell's equations, the wave equation, and uniform plane waves.

EGE342. Microwave Fundamentals . 3 Credits.

Review of Maxwell's equations, propagation of plane waves, reflection and transmission of plane waves, transmission line analysis, strip lines and microstrip lines, waveguide analysis, microwave networks.

EGE350. Electric Energy Systems. 3 Credits.

Electric energy generation by using resources such as fossil fuels, nuclear, wind, water, and waves. Power plant equipment, such a s boilers, reactors, turbines, generators, transformers and switchgear. Electric power transmission, distribution, utilization and conversion to other energy forms.

EGE351. Electric Energy Systems Laboratory. 1 Credit.

Experimental verification of material studied in EGE350 such as single phase and three phase circuit, two watt meter method for measurement of three phase power, in balanced and unbalanced circuits, characteristics of single phase and three phase transformers, synchronous generators, electric power transmission, and distribution, three phase and single phase induction motors.

EGE393. Engineering Selected Topics. 3-12 Credits.


EGE399. Modular Course. 0 Credits.


EGE412. Communication Systems. 3 Credits.

Signal analysis, signal transmission. Digital communication systems. Amplitude modulation; angle modulation.

EGE413. Communication Systems Laboratory. 1 Credit.

AM communication circuits. FM communication. SSB communication circuits. RF power transmitting. Phase-locked loop circuits, frequency synthesis, time division multiplexing (sampling, PCM, DM), frequency division multiplexing, amplitude shift keying, phase shift keying, frequency shift keying.

EGE416. Control Systems. 3 Credits.

Feedback and robustness; transfer function, block diagram and signal-flow graph: Mason's gain formula; stability: Routh-Hurtwitz array; steady-state error; state-space: relation to transfer function, state-diagram; design of PID controllers; design of state-feedback controllers.

EGE417. Digital Control Systems. 3 Credits.

Analysis and design of control systems that use digital controllers. Representation of digital systems with difference equations and the Z-transform; Representation of Hybrid control systems (digital controller-analog plant); Stability analysis; Design of digital controller algorithms; Verification of digital controller design via MAT:LAB simulation.

EGE418. Control Systems Laboratory. 1 Credit.

Simulation and hardware experiments on the following topics: plant parameter identification, robustness, steady-state error, transient duration, absolute and relative stability. Verification via simulation of controller design in the same time domain and in the frequency domain.

EGE421. Microelectronic Technology. 3 Credits.

Miller indices, Crystal growth, Major steps in the fabrication of microelectronic devices (diffusion ion implantation, thermal oxidation, film deposition (physical and chemical), etching, lithography, contacts and interconnections and yield.

EGE422. Electronic Design Automation Lab. 1 Credit.

Principles of electronic design, schematic design, electronic packaging technologies, PCB materials, PCB Layout, PCB Assembly, PCB manufacturing processes, principles of 3D modeling, 3D modeling of electronic components and enclosures.

EGE423. Solid State Devices. 3 Credits.

This course introduces the basics of semiconductor physics and modeling and devices such as pn junction diode, bipolar transistor, metal-semiconductor contacts, field effect translator (MESFET and MOSFET), optical (solar cell LED, laser diode), power and microwave devices.

EGE424. Microelectronic Technology Lab. 1 Credit.

This course introduces students to various processing involved in fabrication of integrated circuits such as thermal oxidation, film deposition, lithography, cleaning and etching, rapid thermal processing and characterization.

EGE435. VLSI Design . 3 Credits.

Introduction to MOS devices and circuits (N-MOS, CMOS), MOS transistor theory. Integrated system processing technology and design rules (N-MOS and CMOS), circuit characterization and performance estimation, N-MOS and CMOS circuits and logic design. Interfacing. Introduction to VLSI design tools. Testability analysis. Microarchitecture of VLSI systems. Chip design projects? .

EGE445. Antenna Systems . 3 Credits.

Antenna parameters, wire antennas, arrays of wire antennas, aperture and printed circuit type antennas, reflectors and feeds.

EGE446. Antenna Systems Laboratory. 1 Credit.

Measurement of the far field pattern and characteristics of wire antennas and arrays for VHF. Measurement of the field pattern and characteristics of reflector type antennas in the X-band, and of aperture and printed circuit type antennas and arrays in the X-band.

EGE451. Electromechanical Energy Conversion . 3 Credits.

Advanced topics in electromechanical energy conversion and drives. Transformers. Induction machines, three phase and single phase, Synchronous machines, Electric drives, Induction generators.

EGE452. Electric Power Systems . 3 Credits.

Energy courses, transmission line parameters, transmission line modeling, power flow analysis, voltage frequency control, power system protection.

EGE455. Electromechanical Energy Conversion Laboratory. 1 Credit.

Operation of single and three phase transformers. Characteristics of single phase and three phase induction motors. Characteristics of three phase synchronous machines. Characteristics of various types of direct current machines.

EGE493. Engineering Selected Topics. 12 Credits.


EGE494. Fieldwork Engineering. 1-12 Credits.

Complete a prearranged and supervised industry-based project and submit a final technical report.

EGE495. Indep Study Elec Engineering. 1-12 Credits.

Selected research areas specific to faculty.