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1 Control Systems Laboratory

In this course, the students learn how to use MATLAB to do a simulation of the open, closed loop system as well as PID controller. Practical aspects of control techniques are introduced where the students analyze the words transient & steady state performance of a system; study how to design...

2 Digital Signal Processing

Review of discrete-time signals and systems; the discrete-time Fourier transform, fast Fourier transform, Z-transform, recursive and no recursive digital filters design and realization; decimation and interpolation; applications of digital signal processing in communications.

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3 Computional Methods in Electrical Engineering

Introduction to computational methods using computer packages, e.g. Matlab, Mathcad or IMSL. Solution of non-linear equations. Solution of large systems of linear equations. Interpolation. Function approximation. Numerical differentiation and integration. Solution of the initial value problem of ordinary differential equations. Applications on Electrical Engineering.

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4 Automatic Control Systems

Review of mathematical background (complex variables, Laplace, differential equations); system representation (block diagram, transfer functions, signal flow graph), modeling of electric and mechanical systems; state variable analysis; stability using Ruth Hurwitz method; time domain analysis; root locus; frequency domain analysis; introduction to PID control.

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5 Electromagnetics I

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.

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6 Digital Communication

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...

7 Communication Lab

In this course, the students learn how to conduct experiments related to analog and digital communications, i,e, Amplitude modulation (AM), Frequency modulation (FM), Phase modulation (PM), Sampling, Pulse amplitude modulation (PAM), Pulse code modulation (PCM), Delta modulation. Amplitude shift keying (ASK). Frequency shift keying (FSK). Phase shift keying (PSK). Time...

8 Communication Systems

Overview of communications systems, copper wire transmission systems, digital subscriber loops (X-DSL), introduction to radio transmission systems; microwave and millimeter ware radio relay systems; wireless local loops (WLL); satellite systems for fixed and mobile communications (GEO, MEO, LEO); VSATs systems, noise, noise – figure and SNR analysis in communication...