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Digital Electronics

This course deals with digital techniques and circuits, number systems and codes, Boolean algebra and Karnaugh maps, combinational and sequential circuits, MSI (Medium Scale Integration) circuitry and PLD (Programmable Logic Device) devices. CPLDs (Complex Programmable Logic Devices) and FPGA (Field Programmable Gate Arrays) will be programmed using schematic entry and a hardware description language (VHDL). (4,2.5,0)

Circuits II


Advanced analysis of resistive and reactive passive networks under direct and alternating current excitation; Thevenin's and Norton's Theorems, loop and nodal analysis, superposition, Delta-Wye transformations; practical transformers; resonant circuits; DC and AC bridges; coupling networks. Laboratory projects provide experience with testing representative networks. (3,2.5,0)


ELEN 142
Fabrication II

An introduction to computer aided drafting including drawing of block diagrams, schematic diagrams, etched circuit board layouts and wiring diagrams. High reliability soldering techniques, component selection and etched circuit board production and wiring harness construction are studied. (2,3.5,0)

ELEN 145
Communication I

An introduction to communication systems. Topics include the EM spectrum, the communications channel, AM, FM, single sideband, transmitters and receivers. (3,2,0)

ELEN 146
Electronic Circuits

This course is an introduction to semiconductor devices such as diodes, BJTs (bipolar junction transistors), FETs (field effect transistors) and simple integrated circuits. Topics coved will include discrete amplifiers, operational amplifiers and special integrated circuits. Lab projects will provide experience in constructing, testing and troubleshooting electronic circuits and systems. (3,2.5,0)

MATH 147
Math for Electronic Engineering Technology II
  Topics include differentiation and integration of algebraic and transcendental functions with emphasis on applications in electronics. (3,0,0)
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