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EE 261 INTRODUCTION TO LOGIC CIRCUITS
F,S 3 cr. LEC 3
COREQUISITE: MATH 181.
-- An introductory course in the fundamental concepts of classical digital design. Course covers design and implementation of combinational logic circuits, synchronous sequential circuits and information storage circuits. Basic concepts of programmable logic devices and computer-aided design tools are presented.
Semesters Taught: Fall 2000, Spring 2001.
EE 301 MULTIDISCIPLINARY SEMINARS
F,S 1 cr SEM 1
PREREQUISITE: Junior standing.
-- Students attend seminars presented by a variety of departments and disciplines to gain an appreciation of multidisciplinary environments leading to a greater understanding of the impact of engineering solutions in a global and societal context.
Semesters Coordinated: Fall 2008
EE 367 LOGIC DESIGN
S 4 cr. LEC 3 LAB 1
PREREQUISITE: EE 262, EE 371.
-- Advanced combinational, synchronous and asynchronous sequential logic system design including hardware descriptive languages. Laboratory experience in advanced logic circuit design using FPGAs.
Semesters Taught: Spring 2009.
EE 466 COMPUTER ARCHITECTURE AND SYSTEM ORGANIZATION
S 3 cr. LEC 3
PREREQUISITE: EE 371.
-- Design of computer system instruction sets, data path, storage, and memory systems. Cost and speed relations, tradeoffs between hardware and software architectures including CISCs and RISCs, multiprocessors, and distributed processors. Control and implementation tradeoffs.
Semesters Taught: Spring 2002, Spring 2003, Spring 2004.
EE 467 ADVANCED EMBEDDED SYSTEMS LAB
S 1 cr. LAB 1
PREREQUISITE: EE 367, CS 201.
COREQUISITE: EE 466.
-- Principles and applications of embedded systems using FPGAs. Students will implement micro controllers, soft processors, and custom logic in FPGAs.
Semesters Taught: Spring 2004 (Created and introduced lab in 2004).
E 475 HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE ENGINEERING FOR EMBEDDED SYSTEMS
F 3 cr. LEC 2 LAB 1
PREREQUISITE: EE 371 and CS 201.
-- Topics in embedded system design, real-time operating systems, high level language programming of embedded systems, software and hardware tradeoffs, and laboratory experience with embedded systems.
Semesters Taught: Fall 1999, Fall 2000, Fall 2001.
EE 477 DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING
S 4 cr. LEC 3 LAB 1
PREREQUISITE: EE 308.
-- Analysis and design of discrete-time systems, including frequency response. Sampling and reconstruction of continuous signals. Analysis, design, and applications of FIR and IIR digital filters. Properties and applications of the discrete Fourier transform. Laboratory experience implementing off-line and real time digital signal processing algorithms.
Semesters Taught: Spring 2000 (Created and introduced course in 2000), Spring 2001, 2002, 2003, 2008, 2009.
EE 492R ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING DESIGN II
F,S 3 cr. SEM 1 LAB 2
PREREQUISITE: ENGR 310.
-- Senior capstone course. A design project culminates with the actual construction and demonstration of the results. Design teams report progress to the design supervisor periodically. Students are required to write a technical paper, participate in a Design Fair, and generate complete technical documentation for the project.
Semesters as a Design Supervisor:
EE 565 PARALLEL PROCESSING
F alternate years, to be offered odd years 3 cr. LEC 3
PREREQUISITE: EE 466.
-- Architecture and applications of parallel processors, major design issues, fault tolerant computing, performance measures of parallel systems, and issues in concurrent programming.
Semesters Taught: Fall 2003, Fall 2007.
EE 570 INDEPENDENT STUDY
On Demand 1 - 3 cr. IND Maximum 6 cr.
PREREQUISITE: Graduate standing, consent of instructor, approval of department head and Dean of Graduate Studies.
-- Directed research and study on an individual basis.
EE 578 SPEECH SIGNAL PROCESSING
F alternate years, to be offered even years 3 cr. LEC 3.
PREREQUISITE: EE 477.
-- Digital signal processing techniques that are used to analyze, code, and manipulate speech signals will be covered. Topics include modification, coding, enhancement, and recognition of speech signals.
Semesters Taught: Fall 2002 (Created and introduced course in 2002), Fall 2004, Fall 2008.