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110  Circuit Analysis I (4-0-4). A study of the concepts of complex circuit analysis for both direct and alternating current circuits. Topics studied include mesh analysis, the superposition theorem, Thevenin’s theorem, and nodal analysis. PR: GNET 102, CO: ELET 112, GNET 116.

112  Electrical Measurements (0-3-1). Stresses the practical application of circuit theory presented in ELET 110. The design characteristics of electrical measuring devices including tools, meters and oscilloscopes are discussed and the proper use of these devices in various types of circuits is emphasized. PR: GNET 102, CO: ELET 110. 

201  Solid State Electronics (3-3-4). A study of solid state electronics. The design and construction of semiconductor devices is discussed. Devices studied include germanium and silicon diodes, zener diodes, rectifiers and junction transistors. PR: ELET 110, ELET 112.

202  Semiconductor Devices and Circuits (3-3-4). A follow up of solid state electronics. The course focuses on further study of semiconductor devices and their applications. Study includes bipolar junction transistors, field effect transistors, thyristors and simple small scale integrated circuits. PR: ELET 201.

205  AC/DC Machinery (3-3-4). A study of the physical and operational characteristics of direct current motors and generators; stepper motors; transformers; single-phase and polyphase induction motors. Introduction and applications of variable frequency drives will be presented. Laboratory experiments are used to demonstrate the behavior of the devices under various operating conditions. PR: ELET 110, ELET 112.

209  Power Systems (3-0-3). Fundamentals and procedures in transmission and distribution of electrical energy along with introduction to principles of operations and applications of various electrical protection devices. Selection of proper protective devices and coordination of an electrical system will be examined. PR: ELET 110.

216  Electrical Control Systems (3-3-4). A study of direct and alternating current systems for controlling operation of electric motors. Electromagnetic and static control systems are studied in detail. An introduction to the operations of a programmable controller will be included with both ladder logic. PR: ELET 205.

218  Fundamentals of Computers (3-3-4).A study of the electronic construction and operation of digital computers, integrated components and elements electronically interconnected for obtaining basic digital computer performance, including an introduction to microprocessors. Individual components and elements are analyzed using Boolean algebra and Karnaugh mapping to insure the most simple and most economical networks. Some basic networks studied are: exclusive OR, half adders, full adders, shift registers, comparators, counters, arithmetic, memory units and microprocessors. PR: GNET 116.

290  Topics in Electrical Engineering Technology (3-0-3). A formal course in diverse areas of Electrical Engineering Technology. Course may be repeated for different topics. Specific topics will be announced and indicated by subtitle on transcript. PR: Consent of instructor.

304  Integrated Circuit Technology (3-3-4). A study of medium and large scale integrated circuits and their applications. Special circuits using LCD, SCR, UJT, TRIAC and DIAC are studied. PR: ELET 202

305  Microprocessors (3-3-4). Microprocessors are studied as elements in bus organized computers. Applications for controlling outside devices are studied. Flow charts are used to demonstrate how control decisions can be based on programmed, priority, or interrupt demands. Support devices are studied of which a few are: read only memories (ROM), random access memories (RAM), arithmetic logic units (ALU), accumulators, and Input/Output (I/O) devices. PR: ELET 218.

307  Circuit Analysis II (3-0-3). Develops nodal and loop analysis. Circuits are studied using these techniques to solve more difficult problems. Thevenin’s and Norton’s theorems are rigorously studied. PSpice is introduced and used to solve complex circuits. Simple RC and RL circuits are also studied. PR: ELET 110, MATH 220. 

316  Programmable Controllers (2-3-3). Principles and applications of programmable controllers with introduction to basic components of the system and ladder logic programming; assignments will include work on industrial-type programmable controllers and software packages using a computer interfaced with a controller. PR: ELET 216 or consent of instructor.

317  Very Large Scale Integrated System Technology (3-3-4). Introduction to VLSI tools, design requirements, hierarchical representation, error checking, design rules and layouts, NMOS and CMOS process, MOS inverter, superbuffers, Bi-CMOS and steering logic, dynamic CMOS and clocking, special circuit layouts and technology mapping, regular arrays of logic, advanced programmable logic techniques, multilevel minimization, computer aided design of monolithic circuits at transistor gate circuits, register for routing and cell placement and testability for VLSI. PR: ELET 218.

320  Design of AC/DC Machines (3-0-3). Introduces design concepts for transformers and AC and DC motors. Single phase and three phase design concepts will be introduced with special consideration to minimize losses maximize power transfer, and improve power factor. PR: ELET 205.

401  Advanced Circuit Analysis (3-0-3). A study of network theorems, natural and forced response, the transfer function, and the analysis of waves using Fourier series and LaPlace transforms methods. The steady state and transient characteristics of electrical circuits are also examined using circuit analysis software. PR: ELET 307, CO: MATH 310.

408  Communication Electronics (3-3-4). Students are introduced to coupling networks, response analysis and noise. AM and FM transmission and reception, and related circuits are studied along with an introduction to transmission lines, antennas, and microwave circuits. PR: ELET 202, MATH 220.

490  Topics in Electrical Engineering Technology (3-0-3). Advanced formal course in diverse areas of Electrical Engineering Technology. Course may be repeated for different topics. Specific topics will be announced and indicated by subtitle on transcript. PR: Consent of instructor.

492  Senior Project (0-6-2). Students will perform a hands-on project, with prior approval of the faculty, requiring comprehensive understanding of the electrical engineering technology. This project can be done at the college facilities or at the area industries. The end product resulting from this project should be submitted to the advisor along with a small thesis-type report. The student will be required to make an oral presentation in front of a committee comprising all the faculty of the department.