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Electrical Engineering (EEGR) Department of Engineering EEGR 2051 Circuits and Measurements Lab Introduction to instrumentation, data collection and analysis, and report writing. Use of test equipment for electrical and mechanical measurements. Lab 3. Corequisite: EEGR2053 EEGR 2053 Electric Circuits Principles of linear networks covering the laws of circuit theory that apply to such networks, including elements of network topology, mesh currents and node voltages, network theorems, opamps, energy and power, basic concepts of transient response of RL and RC networks to a unit pulse driving function, steady state sinusoidal voltage and current, including polyphase circuits, mutual coupling, and ideal transformers. Class 3. Prerequisite: MATH 2013. Corequisites: EEGR 2051 EEGR 2063 Electric Circuits II Complex frequency analysis of linear networks, transient RLC network response, mutual coupling and ideal transformers, frequency response, Fourier series, Laplace transforms as applied to twoport networks, and time and frequency domain transformations. Class 3. Prerequisite: EEGR 2053. Corequisite: MATH 2203. (Spring) EEGR 2163 Advanced Circuits Complex frequency analysis of linear networks, transient RLC network response, mutual coupling and ideal transformers, frequency response, Laplace transforms as applied to twoport networks, and time and frequency domain transformations. Class 3. Prerequisite: EEGR 2053. Corequisite: MATH 2203 (Spring) EEGR 3112 Electronics Laboratory I A continuation of Instrumentation and Measurements Lab with emphasis on electric measurements and instruments, including experiments involving diodes, transistors, and op amps. Class 1. Lab 3. Prerequisites: EEGR 2063 and ENGR 2122. Corequisite: EEGR 3313. (Fall) EEGR 3133 Electronics Design Laboratory A continuation of Electronics Lab I with emphasis on the design of electronic circuits. Class 2. Lab 3. Prerequisites: EEGR 3112 and EEGR 3213. Corequisite: EEGR 3323. (Spring) EEGR 3213 Digital Electronics Application of Boolean algebra to the design of logic circuits; Karnaugh maps; registers, counters, and data conversion; microlabs for combinational and sequential logic circuits are included. Class 3. Prerequisite: EEGR 2053. EEGR 3233 Introduction To Microcontrollers Application of digital and logic concepts to the study of microcontroller function and use. Topics include assembly language programming and hardware interface design for typical applications. Class 3. Lab 1. Prerequisites: COSC 1303 and EEGR 3213. (Fall) EEGR 3313 Electronics I An introduction to diodes, transistors, and op amps, and their use in electronic circuits; Semiconductor theory; amplifier design; power amplifiers; stability. Class 3. Prerequisites: COSC 1303 and EEGR 2063. (Fall) EEGR 3314 Electronics An introduction to diodes, transistors, and op amps, and their use in electronic circuits; Semiconductor theory; amplifier design; power amplifiers; stability. Lab experiments involving design with transistors and op amps. Class 3. Lab 3. Prerequisite: EEGR 2163. (Fall) EEGR 3323 Electronics II The application of active devices to various types of circuitry, including oscillators, active filters, feedback, modulation, and demodulation. Class 3. Prerequisite: EEGR 3313. (Spring) EEGR 3344 Advanced Electronics The application of active devices to various types of circuitry, including oscillators, active filters, feedback, modulation, and demodulation. Lab experiments involving advanced electronic design. Class 3. Lab 3. Prerequisite: EEGR 3314. (Spring) EEGR 4233 Introduction To Microprocessors And Microcomputers Application of digital and logic concepts to the study of microcontroller and microprocessor function and use; assembly language programming and software design for typical applications. (Same as CEGR 4233.) Class 3. Prerequisite: EEGR 3213. (Fall) EEGR 4234 Signals and Systems Principles of signal processing using sampled data including ztransforms, FIR filters, IIR filters, FFT, and implementations. Random processes and modulation. Class 4. Prerequisite: EEGR 2163. (Fall) EEGR 4253 Microcomputer Design Students will be required to design, build, demonstrate, and report on a singleboard computer system. (Same as CEGR 4253.) Class 3. Prerequisites: EEGR 3233 or EEGR 4233. (Spring) EEGR 4254 Fields and Applied Communications Vectors, static electric, and magnetic fields in dielectric and magnetic materials, principles leading to Maxwell's and Poisson's equations, and use of the wave equation. Transmission lines and antennas. Techniques of analog and digital communications. Class 4. Prerequisite: MATH 2203, EEGR 2053, or consent of instructor. (Spring) EEGR 4283 Digital Signal Processing Principles of signal processing using sample data including ztransforms, FIR filters, IIR filters, FFT, and implementations. Design applications include processing of digital signals and biopotentials. Three lecture hours and two to three laboratories during the semester. Class 3. Prerequisite: EEGR 3213. (Spring) EEGR 4314 Digital Electronics and Controls Application of Boolean algebra to the design of logic circuits; counters, registers, and data conversion; microlabs for combinational and sequential logic circuits are included. Modeling and analysis of systems containing motors and controllers. Class 4. Prerequisite: EEGR2053. (Fall) EEGR 4411 Digital Computer Control Systems Application of microcomputers to control systems. Topics include sampled data systems, digital control analysis, and digital controller design. (Last onethird of semester.) Class 3. Prerequisite: ENGR 3423. (Spring) EEGR 4422 Fuzzy And Adaptive Control Systems Analysis and design of control systems using advanced control techniques. Topics include state models, computer simulation, fuzzy logic, neural networks, and adaptive controls. (First twothirds of semester.) Class 3. Prerequisite: ENGR 3423. (Spring) EEGR 4433 Electrical Power Systems Analysis and design of power delivery systems operating over a wide range of currents and voltages with emphasis on conversion from electric to thermal energy for welding applications. Topics include transformers, magnetic effects, lasers, power conditioning, electromagnetic interference problems, and testing techniques. Class 2. Lab 3. Prerequisites: EEGR 2053 and ENGR 2122. (Fall) EEGR 4513 Electromagnetic Fields And Waves Vectors, static electric, and magnetic fields in dielectric and magnetic materials, principles leading to Maxwell's and Poisson's equations, and use of the wave equation. Class 3. Prerequisite: COSC 1303, EEGR 2053, or consent of instructor. Corequisites: MATH 2203 and PHYS 2023. (Fall) EEGR 4613 Communications Engineering The theory and functions of electronic communication elements including signal analysis, random processes, statistical averages, transmission lines, and antennas. Class 3. Prerequisites: EEGR 2063 and MATH 3403. (Spring) EEGR 49414993 Special Topics Individual or group research, development, or design. Special permission only. Class 13. 