Electronic Engineering Technology Courses (EET)

EET 2210
Electronic Devices and Materials (3)
  Topics covered include semiconductor energy band diagrams, bulk properties, conduction mechanism, Haynes-Shockley experiment, p-n junction characteristics, low frequency model, transient response and breakdown mechanism, Zener diode, step-recovery diode, tunnel diode, backward diode, Schottky diode, LED and photodiodes, and metal- semiconductor junctions. If time permits, selected topics from bipolar junction transistors, current flow, amplification, switching, metal-oxide - semiconductor structures, MOSFETs, and device scaling will be covered as well. Prerequisites: PHY 2263, PHY L263
   
EET 2215
Analog Circuits and Systems (3)
  Topics covered include semiconductor diodes, bipolar junction transistors and MOSFETs, half and full-wave rectifiers, filters, regulated power supplies, biasing circuits of BJT, FET, MOSFET, RC and DC coupled amplifiers, wide-band and tuned amplifiers, active impedance transformers, power amplifiers, impedance matching, feedback amplifiers, RC and LC oscillators, blocking oscillators, characteristics, limitations and applications of OP-AMPS, voltage regulators, timers, analog to digital converters and vice versa will be discussed as well. Prerequisites: EET 2210 Co-Requisites: EET L215
   
EET L215
Analog Circuits and Systems Lab (1)
  This course is focused on experimentation, design, analysis and verification of analog circuits. Lab topics include but are not limited to diodes, transistors, op-amps, and oscillators. Students will also learn to use various instrumentation to build and test analog circuits. Co-requisites: EET 2215
   
EET 3315
Digital Circuits and Systems (3)
  Topics covered include design of combinational functions using standard logic gates, combinational functions, sums of product and product of sums representation, function minimization and realization concepts, prime implicants. Additional topics include advanced concepts in combinational circuits, decomposition of switching functions, modular realization of switching circuits, sequential functions and circuits, and memory elements. Prerequisites: ELEC 2215, EET L215 Co-requisites: ELEC L315
   
EET L315
Digital Circuits and Systems Lab (1)
  This course is focused on experimentation, design, analysis and verification of digital circuits. The lab topics include but are not limited to gate logics, adders, multiplexer/de-multiplexer, and counters. Students will also learn to use various devices to build and to test digital circuits. Co-requisites: ELEC 3315
   
EET 3320
Measurement and Instrumentation (3)
  Topics covered include fundamental of units systems, precision and accuracy, errors in measurement and types of errors, electromechanical instruments, DC ammeters and voltmeters, AC ammeters and voltmeters, electrodynamometers in power measurements, bridge DC measurements, bridge AC measurements, transducers concepts and types, oscilloscope principles and applications in measurements. Prerequisites: EET 2215, EET L215
   
EET 4410
Signal Processing (3)
  Topics covered include fundamental of units systems, precision and accuracy, errors in measurement and types of errors, electromechanical instruments, DC ammeters and voltmeters, AC ammeters and voltmeters, electrodynamometers in power measurements, bridge DC measurements, bridge AC measurements, transducers concepts and types, oscilloscope principles and applications in measurements. Prerequisites: PHY 3320
   
EET 4415
Automation and Control (3)
  Topics covered include but are not limited to, the concept of control systems open-loop and closed-loop control, PI and PID controllers relays, transistors, thyristors, sensors, DC motor control, stepper motor control, programmable logic controllers (PLCs), and the applications of control systems. Prerequisites: EET 3315, EET L315
   
EET L415
Automation and Control Lab (1)
  Lab course is focused on exercising the concepts learned in course titled automation and control. Students will learn to use motor control, PLCs, sensors, transistors etc., during the lab work. Co-requisite: EET 4415
   
EET 4420
Fundamentals of Microcontrollers
  Topics covered include but are not limited to microcontroller architecture, instruction sets, programming and interfacing with electronic circuits, interrupts, microcontroller peripherals, microcontroller application development tools and platforms.
Prerequisites: EET 3315, EET L315 Co-requisites: EET L420
   
EET L420
Fundamentals of Microcontrollers Lab (1)
  This course is focused on design, implementation and debugging of microcontroller based systems. Students will also learn about timers, ADC, wave generations, RC measurement etc. The course also has a project where students are expected to build and implement a microcontroller. Co-requisite: EET 4420
   
EET 4425
Data Communication and Networking (3)
  Topics covered include but are not limited to microcontroller architecture, instruction sets, programming and interfacing with electronic circuits, interrupts, microcontroller peripherals, microcontroller application development tools and platforms.
Prerequisites: EET 3315, ELEC L315
   
EET 4430
Optical Electronics (3)
  Topics covered include devices and applications of optoelectronics, photonic waveguides, Gaussian beam propagation, interaction of light and matter, spontaneous and stimulated emission, laser rate equations, semiconductor lasers, optical detectors, amplifiers, modulators and switches. Prerequisites: PHY 3359, PHY L359, EET 2210
   
EET 4435
LSI/VLSI Design (3)
  MOS Transistors – fabrication and characteristics. MOSFET scaling and short-channel effects. Layer representation and layout rules. Analysis and design of inverters and inverter based circuits. Circuit and interconnection delays, driving large loads. Dynamic logic circuits. Memories, VLSI design strategies – Full custom, Standard Cell and Gate Array design, FPGAs, Subsystem design. Testing and testability. CAD for VLSI. Prerequisites: EET 2215, EET 3315
   
EET 4440
Electronic Testing with Lab (4)
  Topics include, identifying and reading electronic circuit diagrams, using electronic test equipment to analyze circuits, applying a systematic approach to fault finding, and location a range of faults to component level. Prerequisites: EET 2215, EET 3315
   
EET 4499
Electronic Engineering Technology Capstone (3)
  Project base course that will incorporate ideas of deliverables, risk, cost and milestones. Project must terminate in a written report and a prototype of the deliverable. Prerequisites: Permission of Instructor.
   
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