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ECE 491 Seminar Description: Credit 1 4. May be repeated for credit. Topics of mutual interest to a faculty member and a group of students. Prerequisites: Consent...
ECE 468 Analog and Mixed Signal VLSI Design Description: Credit 4U/5G. Elementary transistor stages and analog components; low power design; comparison of bipolar...
ECE 467 Introduction to VLSI Design Description: Credit 4U/5G. MOS, CMOS circuits VLSI technology, CMOS circuit characterization and evaluation. Static...
ECE 465 Digital Systems Design Description: Credit 3U/4G. Switching algebra, combinational circuits, Mux, ROM, DCD, PLA based designs, advanced combinational...
ECE 451 Control Engineering Description: Credit 3U/4G. State space representation of systems; realization theory; stability; performance; modern control design...
Main.tmatthes 30 Jun 2010 ECE 445 Analysis and Design of Power Electronic Circuits Description: Credit 4U/5G. Analysis of different isolated and...
ECE 436 Computer Communication Networks II Description: Credit 3U/4G. Explores integrated network architecture of service, control signaling and management...
ECE 412 Introduction to Filter Synthesis Description: Credit 3U/4G. Fundamentals of network synthesis, filter approximations and frequency transformations...
EECS 407 Pattern Recognition I Description: Credit 3U/4G. The design of automated systems for detection, recognition, classification and diagnosis. Parametric...
ECE 401 Quasi Static Electric and Magnetic Fields Description: Credit 3U/4G. Static electric and magnetic fields. Material description, boundary value problems...

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