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ECE 115 - Introduction to Electrical and Computer Engineering

Description: Credit 4U. Concepts of electrical and computer engineering including: circuit analysis, fundamental electromagnetics, electronic devices, sensors, communication, digital logic, programming, numerous practical applications: laboratory.

Notes to Students: Much programming in MATLAB, which is taught in this course, is required.

Prerequisite: Credit or concurrent registration in MATH 180.

Tutorials are provided on course website. Electronic equipment is provided in the laboratory. Computer facilities are provided in laboratory and departmental PC lab.

Topics:

  • Matrix algebra
  • Complex time functions
  • Continuous and discrete signals
  • DC circuits and physical principles
  • Logic circuits, Boolean algebra
  • Electronic devices, amplifiers, sensors
  • Communication, electromagnetics, information
  • Data representation, binary arithmetic
  • Digital systems
  • Computer organization
  • Higher level language programming
  • Apply concepts to communication
  • Topic revision: r4 - 2013-02-06 - 22:23:08 - Main.ala
     
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