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Semester 4 (Winter 2021)

Semester 1
Sept to Dec
Semester 2
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Semester 3
Sep to Dec
Semester 4
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ELEN 226
Embedded Systems
 

This course deals with microcontroller-based embedded systems and hardware/software co-design. Topics include interrupt based programming, DC motor control, temperature sensors acquisition, external EEPROM, real-time clock, Inter Integrated Circuits (I2C), Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI) and 1-Wire serial interfacing. Learners will diagnose, specify, design, and construct, micro-controller based systems. Course learning outcomes are re-enforced by practical lab sessions. (3,3,0)

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ELEN 227
Project and Report
 

This course is a continuation of Engineering Project Management. In this course, learners will execute their project plan and manage an electronic design project from concept to completion. The course will conclude with demonstration of a working prototype based on defined requirements, scope and budget. Learners will produce a formal written report and give an oral presentation based on specific project work. (3,5,0)

 

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ELEN 250
Analog Communication Systems
 

This course is a continuation of the study of communication systems with a focus on radio frequency (RF) transmission and reception systems. Topics include transmission lines, antenna modeling and design, electromagnetic wave propagation, link budgets, RF filter and circuit design, RF amplifier design and characterization, and the analysis and understanding of super high frequency and optical systems. Learners will expand their understanding of communications principles, utilizing mathematics to design, characterize and assess different systems. Skills, theory and techniques will be re-enforced through lab work. (3,2.5,0)

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ELEN 251
Digital Communication Systems
 

This course is a continuation of the study of communication systems with a focus on digital modulation and signaling techniques. Topics include the encoding and decoding of digital data on the communications channel, multiplexing and demultiplexing of data, and principles of digital transmission. Learners will expand their understanding of communications principles, utilizing mathematics to design, characterize and assess different systems. Skills, theory and techniques will be re-enforced through lab work. (3,2.5,0)

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ELEN 273
Applications of the Industrial Internet of Things
 

This course continues the topics of data communications and automation with a focus on the design, deployment and testing of networked industrial systems. Topics include PLC programming and inter-networking of devices, analysis and application of motors and advanced sensors, understanding and assessing industrial safety and design requirements, HMI design, deploying system infrastructure, systems integration, convergence and acceptance testing. Learners will expand their understanding of the industrial internet of things including testing, designing, commissioning, and maintenance of industrial instrumentation and data communications networks, equipment, media, and software. Skills and techniques will be re-enforced through lab work and a directed project. (3,2.5,0)

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