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ECE 396 Senior Design I Description: Credit 2. Introduction to the principles and practice of product design: specifications, evaluation of design alternatives...
ECE 341 Probability and Random Processes for Engineers Description: Credit 3. Probability, random variables, discrete and continuous distributions, transformation...
ECE 317 Digital Signal Processing I Description: Credit 4. sampling theorem; discrete signals and systems; discrete time Fourier transform; DFT; FFT; IIR...
ECE 310 Discrete and Continuous Signals and Systems Description: Credit 3. Signals; systems; convolution; discrete and continuous Fourier series and transforms...
ECE 267 Computer Organization I Description: 3 hours . Credit is not given for ECE 267 if the student has credit in CS 266 or CS 366. Introduction to computer...
ECE 265 Introduction to Logic Design Description: Credit 4.Number Systems; Binary arithmetic; Boolean/Logic functions; Boolean Algebra; logic gates, their CMOS...
ECE 225 Circuit Analysis Description: Credit 4. Electric circuit elements; Ohms Law; Kirchhoffs laws; transient and steady state analysis of circuits; Laplace transform...
ECE 115 Introduction to Electrical and Computer Engineering Description: Credit 4U. Concepts of electrical and computer engineering including: circuit analysis...
Dr. Sudip Mazumder, ECE Professor, has received a new NSF $315,575 grant. Prof. Mazumder is PI on the project entitled `Novel Optically Activated High Voltage and...
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