Electronic Engineering Technology (2860)

Electronic Engineering Technology (2860)

110 BASIC ELEC & ELECTRONICS 4 credits
Corequisite: 2030:151 or 2030:161. Principles of electronics: resistors, inductance, capacitance, transistors, microprocessors, power sources, motors, generators, test equipment, circuit diagnosis, troubleshooting. Credit not applicable toward the A.A.S. in Electronic Technology.
120 CIRCUIT FUNDAMENTALS 4 credits
Corequisite: 121, 2030:152, 153. SI units, current, voltage, resistance, Ohm's Law, circuit analysis, network theorems, computer simulation, inductor, capacitor, RLC dc analysis, transients, laboratory support of circuit concepts, ac introduction.
121 INTRO: ELECTRONICS & COMPUTERS 2 credits
Prerequisite: 2030:151 or placement. Corequisite: 2860:120. Supporting 2860:120 Circuit Fundamentals, this course introduces students to computers and software, technical communications, laboratory practices, and to the electronics industry.
122 AC CIRCUITS 3 credits
Prerequisite: 120; corequisites: 2030:154. Sinusoidal voltage and current, reactance and impedance, methods of AC circuit analysis, AC power, transformers, AC meters and oscilloscopes, dependent and independent sources.
123 ELECTRONIC DEVICES 4 credits
Prerequisite: 120. Physical theory, characteristics and operational parameters of solid-state devices. Analysis and design of electronic circuits incorporating these devices, utilizing characteristic curves and linear modeling.
206 PERSONAL COMPUTER MAINTENANCE 4 credits
Corequisite: 217. Personal computer fundamentals, software diagnostics to isolation of hardware faults. Set up, maintain, diagnose, repair, upgrade personal computers. Not applicable towards an EET degree.
217 SUVEY OF DIGITAL ELECTRONICS 4 credits
Prerequisite: 136. Adders, flip-flops, data storage, counters, shift registers, memory. This course also includes an introduction to computer architecture and hardware. Credit not applicable toward the A.A.S. in Electronic Engineering Technology.
225 APPLS OF ELECTRONIC DEVICES 4 credits
Prerequisite: 123, 2030:154. Frequency response, filter concepts, electronic amplifiers, power amplifiers, multistage amplifiers, differential amplifiers, operational amplifiers, voltage regulators, feedback and oscillators, special devices, computer simulation analysis.
237 DIGITAL CIRCUITS 4 credits
Prerequisites: 123 and 136. Devices used in logic circuits, interfacing, combinational logic, arithmetic circuits, encoders, multiplexers, programmable logic devices, flip-flops, counters, shift registers, computer modeling of digital circuits.
238 MICROPROCESSOR APPLICATIONS 4 credits
Prerequisite: 237. Programmable logic devices, computer modeling of digital circuits, memory circuits. Computer architecture, programming the microprocessor, microprocessor hardware, microprocessor applications, parallel I/O and programmable timers.
242 MACHINERY & CONTROLS 3 credits
Prerequisites: 120, 121 or 370 (previously 270). Study of DC and AC motors and generators and their control. Fundamentals of power transformers. Three-phase distribution and motor control. Principles of industrial electronic devices.
251 ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATIONS 4 credits
Prerequisite: 225. Resonance, coupling, filters, oscillators, mixers, power amplifiers, AM, FM, receivers.
260 ELECTRONIC PROJECT 2 credits
Prerequisites: final semester or permission and 2940:210. Design, construction, and testing of an electronic circuit of choice. Progress reports, oral, and a formal written report required. Discussion of electronic design, fabrication, and troubleshooting techniques.
280 MICROPROC SERVICE PRACT/SEM 3 credits
Prerequisite: 206, 217. Setup, maintain, diagnose, repair, upgrade personal computers, peripheral devices. Include teamwork, assisting others and review alternative solutions. Not applicable towards an Electronic Engineering Technology degree.
290 ST: ELECTRONIC ENGR TECHNOLOGY 1-4 credits
Prerequisite: permission of instructor. Directed study in a special field of interest chosen by the student in consultation with the instructor(may be repeated for a total of six credits).
350 ADVANCED CIRCUIT THEORY 3 credits
Prerequisite: 251. Corequisite: 2030:356. Nodal, mesh, Thevenin, and dependent sources in resistive circuits. Inductor and capacitor as time domain elements. First- and second-order circuit analysis. Phasor analysis. Operational amplifier analysis.
352 MICROCONTROLLERS 4 credits
Prerequisite: 238; corequisite: 350. Using a typical microcontroller, study its architecture, program it, use subroutines and interrupts, use it in various applications, utilize various on-board modules including analog-to-digital, and timers.
354 ADVANCED CIRCUITS APPLICATIONS 4 credits
Prerequisites: 350, 2030:356, and 2820:310 or 2440:170 or 3460:126 or 2440:256 or 3460:208 or 2440:160 or 4450:208 or 3460:209. Introduction to PSpice. Calculating electrical power. Series and parallel resonance. Laplace transforms in operational circuit analysis. Transfer functions, impulse function, Bode diagrams, Fourier Series.
370 SURVEY OF ELECTRONICS I 3 credits
Prerequisite: 2820:163. Fundamentals of DC and AC electrical circuits and rotating machinery. For non-Electronic Engineering Technology majors.
371 SURVEY OF ELECTRONICS II 3 credits
Prerequisite: 370. Survey of the most commonly used solid state circuit components including typical applications. Introduction into digital circuits and microprocessor applications. For non-Electronic Technology majors.
400 COMPUTER SIMULATIONS IN TECH 3 credits
Prerequisites: 354, 2030:345. Introduce the use of software widely used in industry to simulate and study electrical circuits and signals. Methods of data sampling, management and presentation will be studied.
406 COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS 3 credits
Prerequisites: 251 and 354. Digital communications, transmission lines, waveguides, microwave devices and antennas.
420 BIOMED ELECTRONIC INSTRTN 3 credits
Prerequisite: 354. Introduction to electrical signals from the body, transducers, recording devices, telemetry, microprocessor applications, and electrical safety of medical equipment.
451 INDUSTRIAL ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS 3 credits
Prerequisites: 354. Electric power, industrial nameplates, power factor correction, mutual inductance, linear transformers, power transformers, polyphase systems, per-phase analysis, system grounding, protective device coordination computer-aided analysis.
453 CONTROL SYSTEMS 4 credits
Prerequisites: 354, 2870:301. Modeling and responses of closed-loop systems. Laplace transforms, root-locus analysis. Stability, compensation, digital control, optimal control. Digital computer in system simulation and design.
490 ST: ELECTRONIC ENGR TECHNOLOGY 1-4 credits
Prerequisite: permission of instructor. Directed study in a special field of interest chosen by the student in consultation with the instructor (may be repeated for a total of six credits).
497 SR HONORS PROJ: ELECTRON TECHN 1-3 credits
(May be repeated for a total of six credits) Prerequisites: senior standing in Honors Program, permission of department preceptor and major in electronic technology. Independent research leading to completion of Senior Honors Thesis or other original work.

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