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Courses Becker Often Teaches
EELE 101 - Introduction to Electrical Fundamentals Lab
This course introduces students to Electrical and Computer Engineering Discipline.
EELE 201 - Circuits I
This course introduces students to analyzing first order electrical circuits including operational amplifier circuits.
EELE 411 - Advanced Analog Electronics
This course picks up from the department's required electronics course, EE 317. In EE 411, we briefly review the operation of the MOS transistor and then discuss the following topics: current mirrors, the differential pair, differential pair amplifiers, frequency response of transistor amplifiers, feedback and active filter design.
EELE 433 - Planar Microwave Circuit Design
This course introduces students to the design and analysis of common microwave components (matching networks, diode detectors, coupled line filters and power dividers) implemented in microstrip for operation in the low GHz range. Students use the industry standard design tool, The Advanced Design System from Agilent Technologies to simulate and tune their designs. Students test the performance of their fabricated circuit using such tools as a vector network analyzer, microwave signal generator and spectrum analyzer.