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EET100: Prolog to Electronics (2 hours)
(2 hours laboratory). First course in electronics program required of all new students. Basic electronics concepts, introduction to instrumentation and preparing lab reports. Includes strategies for success in the electronics curriculum.
EET141: Introductory Electronics (3 hours)
(2 hours lecture, 2 hours laboratory). Principles of electricity, magnetism, and basic laws. Fundamentals of analog and digital electronic components and circuits, including applied areas. Laboratory involves experiments with basic circuits and test equipment.
EET144: D.C. Circuit Analysis Methods (3 hours)
(2 hours lecture, 2 hours laboratory). Methods and mathematical techniques of analyzing DC circuits, Kirchoff's Laws, Thevenin, Norton, superposition and maximum power transfer theorems. Branch, mesh, and nodal analysis. Prerequisite: EET 100 Prolog to Electronics. Recommended Prerequisites: MATH 113 College Algebra or MATH 110 College Algebra with Review or MATH 126 PreCalculus.
EET244: Logic Circuits (3 hours)
(2 hours lecture, 2 hours laboratory). Theory and experimentation with building block circuits in logic systems and computers including number systems, codes, Boolean Algebra, gates, flipflops, registers, clocks and memories. Prerequisite: EET 100 Prolog to Electronics. Recommended Corequisite: EET 144 D.C. Circuit Analysis Methods.
EET245: Electronic Devices and Circuits (3 hours)
(2 hours lecture, 2 hours laboratory). Operation and characteristics of basic semiconductor devices. Study of basic electronic circuits including waveshaping circuits, power supplies, and amplifiers. Prerequisite: EET 144 D.C. Circuit Analysis Methods.
EET246: A.C. Circuit Analysis Methods (3 hours)
(2 hours lecture, 2 hours laboratory). Methods and mathematical techniques of analyzing A.C. circuits. Kirchoffs Laws and phaser analysis. Apparent, reactive and real power calculations. Branch, mesh and nodal analysis. Prerequisites: EET 144 D.C. Circuit Analysis Methods and MATH 126 PreCalculus or MATH 122 Plane Trigonometry. Recommended Corequisite: MATH 150 Calculus I.
EET247: Computer Programming for Electronic Systems (3 hours)
(2 hours lecture, 2 hours laboratory). Introduction to computer programming with a highlevel language including, subroutines, arrays, functions, etc. Programming applied to technology including industrial applications and embedded processors. Prerequisites: MATH 113 College Algebra or MATH 110 College Algebra with Review or MATH 126 PreCalculus.
EET299: Electronics Core Exam (1 hour)
(1 hour lecture). Comprehensive examination of electronics fundamentals. Includes DC and AC analysis, basic logic circuits, basic semiconductor devices, and mathematics through Calculus I. Exam must be passed prior to taking upper division courses. Prerequisites: EET 245 Electronic Devices and Circuits, EET 246 A.C. Circuit Analysis Methods and MATH 150 Calculus I.
EET340: Introduction to Industrial Automation (3 hours)
(2 hours lecture, 2 hours laboratory). Industry standard automation concepts based on PLCs and other hardware. Terminology, symbolism, relay and ladder logic, hardware configuration, inputs (switches, software data and transducers), outputs (digital, analog, I/O panels and actuators), PLC programming and theory of hardware interfacing. Laboratory includes real world exercises and simulations. Prerequisite: EET 141 Introductory Electronics or GT 249 Fundamentals of Electricity/Electronics.
EET341: Signals and Systems (3 hours)
(2 hours lecture, 2 hours laboratory). Transfer Functions and their applications. Convolution and signal analysis in the frequency and Z domain. Laplace, Fourier and Z transforms and their applications. Prerequisites: MATH 155 Calculus II, EET 299 Electronics Core Exam. May be taken for honors.
EET344: Microcomputer Systems (3 hours)
(2 hours lecture, 2 hours laboratory). Theory of computer and microcomputer architecture. Experimentation with and applications of MPS's, ROM's, RAM's, PROM's, and I/O devices, both hardware and programming. Prerequisite: EET 299 Electronics Core Exam. May be taken for honors.
EET349: Linear Integrated Circuits (3 hours)
(2 hours lecture, 2 hours laboratory). Theory of operation and applications of analog integrated circuits. Laboratory experience includes circuits using operational amplifiers, phase locked loops and timers. Prerequisite: EET 299 Electronics Core Exam. May be taken for honors.
EET447: Communications Theory and Circuits (3 hours)
(2 hours lecture, 2 hours laboratory). Theory of operation of basic circuits and equipment used in industrial and commercial communications applications with emphasis on F. M., multiplex, A.M., and sideband techniques. Prerequisites: EET 299 Electronics Core Exam. May be taken for honors.
EET448: Network Systems (3 hours)
(2 hours lecture, 2 hours laboratory). Theory and experimentation with the basic components of local and wide area networking. Includes cabling systems, protocols, operating systems, and interconnecting strategies. Investigations into the use of personal computers in network systems will also be performed. Prerequisite: EET 299 Electronics Core Exam or EET 141 Introductory Electronics for NonEET majors. May be taken for honors.
EET449: Embedded Programmable Logic Devices (3 hours)
(2 hours lecture, 2 hours laboratory). Digital logic design incorporating current technologies. Topics include state machine design and utilizing programmable logic devices, such as field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs). Prerequisite: EET 299 Electronics Core Exam. May be taken for honors.
EET540: Electronic Design Proposal (3 hours)
(2 hours lecture, 2 hours laboratory). Research culminating in a circuit or system design proposal. Prerequisites: EET 344 Microcomputer Systems, EET 349 Linear Integrated Circuits and EET 447 Communication Theory and Circuits. May be taken for honors.
EET546: Electronic Controls (3 hours)
(2 hours lecture, 2 hours laboratory). Fundamental control devices and concepts. Includes discrete semiconductor devices, microprocessors and integrated circuits in a controls setting. Prerequisite: EET 299 Electronics Core Exam or EET 141 Introductory Electronics for NonEET majors. May be taken for honors.
EET547: Electronic Communications Systems (3 hours)
(2 hours lecture, 2 hours laboratory). Communication systems including antennas, transmission lines, microwave systems and fiber optics. Prerequisite: EET 299 Electronics Core Exam. May be taken for honors.
EET548: Aerospace Electronic Systems (3 hours)
(2 hours lecture, 2 hours laboratory). Theory and applications of systems supporting flight. Topics include communication and navigation systems. Prerequisite: EET 299 Electronics Core Exam. May be taken for honors.
EET549: Embedded Microcontrollers (3 hours)
(2 hours lecture, 2 hours laboratory). Microcontroller concepts and principles of operation, architecture, programming, and peripheral systems. Prerequisite: EET 299 Electronics Core Exam. May be taken for honors.
EET640: Application Design Problems (2 hours)
Continuation of EET 540 Electronic Design Proposal. Capstone course resulting in a working electronic prototype of design proposal from EET 540 Electronic Design Proposal. Prerequisite: EET 540 Electronic Design Proposal. May be taken for honors.
EET642: Electronic Technology Seminar (1 hour)
Current developments in electronics including linear, nonlinear, digital and microprocessor circuits. Corequisite: EET 640 Application Design Problems. May be taken for honors.
EET644: Renewable Power Conversion (3 hours)
(2 hours lecture, 2 hours laboratory). Electrical energy conversion as it is applied to renewable energy systems such as solar power, wind power, fuel cells, and those found in electric and hybrid vehicles. Prerequisites: EET 299 Electronics Core Exam. May be taken for honors.
EET646: Control Systems (3 hours)
(2 hours lecture, 2 hours laboratory). Control system theory and analysis. Investigations of both electronic and nonelectronic control systems including magnetic, mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic, and optical. Prerequisite: EET 299 Electronics Core Exam. May be taken for honors.
EET647: Embedded Digital Signal Processing (3 hours)
(2 hours lecture, 2 hours laboratory). Theoretical and practical applications of digital signal processing techniques. Topics include ztransforms, digital filters, digital control, and utilizing hardware, such as digital signal processors (DSPs). Prerequisite: EET 299 Electronics Core Exam. May be taken for honors.
EET648: Data Communications Systems (3 hours)
(2 hours lecture, 2 hours laboratory). Theory of communications systems utilizing digital signals. Includes coding, digital modulation, basic information theory and networks. Prerequisite: EET 299 Electronics Core Exam. May be taken for honors.
EET649: Advanced Programmable Controllers (3 hours)
(2 hours lecture, 2 hours laboratory). Principles of programmable controller technology. Programming, and theoretical analysis. Transducers, digital interfaces, and analog interfaces. Prerequisite: EET 299 Electronics Core Exam or EET 141 Introductory Electronics for NonEET majors. May be taken for honors.
EET840: Signal Processing (3 hours)
Theoretical and practical applications of signal processing techniques. Transform and filter theory and applications. Topics include FIR filters IIR filters Fourier transforms, Laplace transforms, and Z transforms. Prerequisites: MATH 155 Calculus II.
EET842: Programmable Logic Devices (3 hours)
Theoretical and practical application of programmable logic devices, such as field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs). Prerequisite: Undergraduate work in digital logic.
EET843: Advanced Engineering Electromagnetics (3 hours)
Electromagnetic fields; theorems, analytical and numerical solutions. Electrical and magnetic properties of materials, electrodynamics of continuum waveguides, transmission lines, scattering, polarization, and other applied topics. Photonics and quantum electrodynamics. Software applications for the solution of electromagnetic problems.
EET845: Advanced Microprocessor Systems and Applications (3 hours)
Microcomputer systems and applications including 16/32 Bit Microprocessors, digital signal processing (DSP) and microcontrollers. Assembly language programming using development systems. Prerequisite: 6 semester hours undergraduate work in microprocessor systems (hardware and software applications).
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