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Lehigh University 2018-2019 1 Electrical & Computing Engineering (ECE) Courses ECE 033 Introduction to Computer Engineering 4 Credits Analysis, design and implementation of small digital circuits. Boolean algebra. Minimization techniques, synchronous sequential circuit design, number systems and arithmetic. Microcomputer architecture and assembly level programming. Prerequisites: CSE 017 or ENGR 010 or ENGR 097 ECE 081 Principles of Electrical Engineering 4 Credits Circuit elements and laws. Behavior of simple linear networks, include equivalent circuits and solution techniques. Solution of DC circuits and AC circuits using phasor techniques. Introduction to operational amplifiers. Steady state and transient response of simple circuits. Includes a weekly session for review and discussion. May not be taken with ECE 083 for credit. Prerequisites: (MATH 022 or MATH 096) and PHY 021 Can be taken Concurrently: PHY 021 ECE 083 Introduction to Electrical Engineering 3 Credits Circuit elements and laws. Behavior of simple linear networks. Characteristics of electronic circuits and modeling. Introduction to functional circuits, such as operational amplifiers, instrumentation amplifiers, and power systems. Introduction to basic filters and data converters. May not be taken with ECE 081 for credit. Prerequisites: MATH 022 and PHY 021 Can be taken Concurrently: PHY 021 ECE 108 Signals and Systems 4 Credits Continuous and discrete signal and system descriptions using signal space and transform representations. Includes Fourier series, continuous and discrete Fourier transforms, Laplace transforms, and z-transforms. Introduction to sampling. Prerequisites: ECE 081 ECE 121 Electronic Circuits Laboratory 2 Credits One lecture and one laboratory per week. Experiments illustrating the principles of operation of electronic devices and their circuit applications. Basic electronic instrumentation and measurement techniques. Prerequisites: ECE 081 ECE 123 Electronic Circuits 3 Credits Methods for analyzing and designing circuits containing electronic devices. Topics include device models, basic amplifier configurations, operating point stabilization, frequency response analysis, and computer-aided analysis of active circuits. Prerequisites: ECE 081 ECE 125 Circuits and Systems 3 Credits Formulation of linear circuit equations in the time and frequency domain. Complete solutions of difference and differential equations. Network theorems. Basic stability and feedback concepts. Modulation theory, sampling theory and basic digital signal processing ideas. Prerequisites: ECE 108 ECE 126 Fundamentals of Semiconductor Devices 3 Credits Introduction to the physics of semiconductors in terms of atomic bonding and electron energy bands in solids. Charge carriers in semiconductors and carrier concentration at thermal equilibrium.
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