|1||Digital Communications EE3220||Basic elements of digital communications systems; review of probability theory; base-band pulse transmission (matched filters, inter-symbol interference); eye pattern, Nyquist criteria; equalization. Digital pass-band transmission: coherent PSK,FSK,QPSK,MSK; non-coherent orthogonal modulation; power spectra and bandwidth efficiency of binary and quaternary modulation schemes. Information theory: mutual information and channel capacity. Source coding; error control coding (channel coding). ...|
|2||Wireless Communications EE 4260||Practical and theoretical aspects of wireless communication system design are studied; particular emphasis is on mobile communications. Frequency reuse, hand-off, cell splitting, indoor/outdoor propagation, co-channel interference, frequency management channel assignment techniques cell-site antennas, handset antenna/human body interaction, switching and traffic, AMPS, GSM, TDMA, and CDMA are studied. ...|
|3||Electromagnetics 1 EE 2030||Review to vector calculus; electrostatic fields; Gauss's law and divergence; electric potential; dielectrics and capacitance; Poisson's and Laplace’s equations; charge images; current density and conductors; magnetostatic fields; Biot–Savart and Ampere's laws; curl and Stoke's theorem; magnetic materials and circuits; self and mutual inductances; energy in static fields. ...|
|4||Analog & Digital Electronic Circuits||
Linear and nonlinear op-amp applications: inverting and non-inverting amplifiers, integrator, difference amplifier, differential amplifier. Current mirror. Negative and positive feedback. NMOS and CMOS inverters, CMOS and pseudo NMOS logic gates, pass-transistor logic, dynamic logic. BJT digital circuits: TTL, and ECL logic....
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