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Fourier transform families and properties. Sampling, filtering, gjsk other applications. Students learn to analyze and write about issues in engineering ethics. An approved application for Gms A registration including project title and abstract and graduate seminar participation required. Classified Standing, GPA of at least 3.
Formal Master’s project report and its formal defense required. Two weeks prior to the University’s ADD deadline. Classified and good standing. Syllabus [PDF] For this course a student is employed in industry as an electrical engineering intern gsmk in an equivalent position.
The course supplements and supports student’s plan of study. Formal Master’s Thesis report and its formal defense required. Sampling, quantization and pulse transmission. Tradeoffs between power and transmission rate. EE may be taken concurrently. Multipath fading channels, diversity and combining methods. Spectral analysis and spectrograms. Decimation, interpolation, and sample rate conversion. Perfect reconstruction filter banks. The discrete wavelet transform and applications.
Graduate standing or instructor consent. Application to noise cancellation, interference cancellation, system identification, channel equalization, array processing, among others.
Linear prediction and speech coding. Classical and model-based spectral estimation. EE and EE may be taken concurrently. Machine Learning for Electrical Engineers Introduction to machine learning for electrical engineers. Cous covers statistical models for data analysis, inference, and prediction. Case studies and projects related to applications in Electrical Engineering. Basic knowledge of probability ccours statistics EE, EE or equivalents.
Basic knowledge of linear algebra Vectors, Matrices, Inverse Matrices or equivalent. Course covers models of a neuron, perceptrons, Linear Mean Square LMS algorithm, multilayer perceptrons, back propagation algorithm, and radial basis function networks.
Deep feedforward networks, regularization for deep learning, and optimization for deep models. Recurrent and recursive networks. ccours
Content varies from semester to semester. EE or EE and consent of instructor.
Emphasis on RFID technology applications in biomedical devices, object tracking and identification. Complemented with practical laboratory experiments.
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A final project written report and oral presentation covers RFID applications in student-selected topic. EE or instructor consent. Syllabus [PDF] Experimental approach to designing and building wireless communications.
Optoelectronic and microwave devices. Bipolar and MOS transistor models. Analysis and design of monolithic operational amplifiers. Feedback amplifier theory and design.
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Applications to specific case studies, such as phase-locked oscillators and wide-band amplifiers. Syllabus [PDF] Advanced process design, fabrication and testing of transistors for analog integrated circuits, design of statistical process control procedures for yield management, industry standard TCAD tools Synopsys and IC fabrication equipment will be used extensively in lab.
EE or consent of instructor. Cuors may be taken concurrently or instructor. Design considerations and techniques for circuit implementation.
Data conversion testing methods. CAD tools are used for design, modeling and simulation. Verilog or VHDL is used for simulation and synthesis.
The course covers topics in System-on-Chip design and verification with SystemVerilog. Major topics include top-down SoC design; design metrics, techniques, and system-level synthesis; IP integration and system-level verification; SystemVerilog design hierarchy, data types, assertions, interfaces, verification constructs, and testbench structures. It introduces logic verification methodologies and techniques.
No prior object oriented programming is assumed. The Universal Verification Methodology UVM is practiced on sample designs in lab projects with industrial simulation tools. EE or EE Cache memory for multiprocessor systems, multistage networks, pipelined vector processors, massive parallel processors, systolic arrays and array processors, parallel processing algorithms and time complexity analyses.
Internet Security and Cryptography. P rovides understanding of a wide range of current and next-generation wireless networking protocols and technologies. Controls and Power Electronics Courses. Graduate Standing or instructor consent. Sampled-Data Control Systems Reconstruction of sampled systems. Courx analysis and design of sampled data systems with emphasis on robotics applications. Vector Control of AC Machines. Syllabus [PDF] This course introduces modeling and control of electrical drive for AC motors and generators including induction, permanent magnet, and synchronous machines.
The dynamic model, control methods, current regulation, and space vector modulation are discussed by both analysis and computer simulation. EE Advanced Power Electronics. Graduate standing or Instructor consent. An approved application for EE A registration, including project title and abstract and graduate seminar participation required. Classified, GPA of at least 3. Continued work on thesis for cases in which final deliverables gmks still in progress.
RP grade in a preceding thesis semester and not enroll in any other course. Multi-core Architectures Topics cover various areas of parallel gksk including performance metrics, shared memory computer, snoop-based multiprocessor design, directory-based cache coherence, multiple level cache, multi-core architecture symmetric and asymmetric.
The commercial multi-core architectures and multi-core programming will also be addressed in this course. There will be a term project be developed and presented by students on selected topics. Embedded system design challenge and metrics.
Processor and compiler technologies. Basic concepts of high performance computing HPC.