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ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT Undergraduate Study Plan A minimum of 159 semester credit hours are required to obtain the

B.Sc. degree in Electrical Engineering. These requirements are as follows: 1. The student must abide by the conditions stated in the regulations for the award of the B.Sc. degree in the Jordan University of Science and Technology which is decreed by the University Council of Deans in accordance with the bylaw of 1987 for the award of scientific degrees 2. University Requirements of Basic Sciences: These comprise 25 credit hours divided into: i) Core courses: (16 credit hours) Arab 101, Arab 103, Engl 111, Engl 112, CS 100, MS 100+ ii) Elective courses:(9 credit hours) to be chosen from courses as detailed under Program of study and Degree Requirements 3. Faculty Requirements: These comprise 29 credit hours as follows: Math 101, Math 102, Math 201, Math 203, Phys 101, Phys 102, Phys 107, Chem 101, Chem 102, Chem 107, CS 115 4. Department Requirements: These comprise 105 credit hours divided as follows: 4.1 Department Core Courses: These courses comprise 73 credit hours and as follows: a) Basic Engineering Sciences: (8 Credit Hours) ME 161, ME 215, ME 261, EE 200 b) Probability, Mathematics, Numerical Analysis: (12 Credit Hours) EE 204, EE 300, EE 301, EE 302 c) Electromagnetics: (6 Credit Hours) EE 207, EE 307 d) Circuits: (7 Credit Hours) EE 210, EE 214, EE 316 e) Electronics: (11 Credit Hours) EE 220, EE 320, EE 322, EE 420, EE 422 f) Instrumentation and Measurement: (3 Credit Hours) EE 324, EE 426
+ Required from all Jordanian students, graded on Pass/Fail basis. Non Jordanian students should register for an alternative elective course of their choice * Those who passed the Jordanian General Secondary Certificate examination related to these courses will be exempted

g) Power and Machines: (7 Credit Hours) EE 332, EE 336, EE 337 h) Communications: (4 Credit Hours) EE 450, EE 452. i) Computers: (7 Credit Hours) CIE 254, CIE 255, CIE 353 j) Control Systems: (4 Credit Hours) EE 412, EE 416. k) Graduation Projects: (4 Credit Hours) EE 591, EE 592. 4.2 Specialization Packages: The student selects one of two specialization packages offered by the department. Each package consists of 23 credit hours divided into: (17) Credit hours specialization core courses. (6) Credit hours specialization elective courses. designed to provide enough depth in a particular area. More experience in the specialization can be gained through the graduation project. The specialization packages are: A) Communications and Electronics Option: i) Core Courses: EE 451, EE 455, EE 527, EE 528, EE 529, EE 552, EE 553, EE591A, EE592A. ii) Elective Courses: a) Communications: EE 512, EE 550, EE 554, EE 555, EE 556, EE 557, EE 558, EE 559. b) Electronics: EE 520, EE 521, EE 522, EE 523, EE 524. c) Electromagnetic: EE 506, EE 507, EE 508. B) Power and Machines Option: i) Core Courses: EE 430, EE 431, EE 531, EE 532, EE 533, EE 534, EE 535, EE591B, EE592B. ii) Elective Courses: EE 530, EE 536, EE 537, EE 538, EE 539. 4.3 Department Elective Courses: The student in each option is required to complete an additional 6 credit hours from the elective courses of his/ her option or from courses in other options and/or courses from the Computer or the Biomedical engineering departments of level 400 and above after taking the consent of the head of department.


Engineering Practice: EE 490 (3 Credit Hours) Not less than 8 weeks to be taken, in the summer semester, after finishing 120 credit hours. Course Numbering

To facilitate course numbering, the second digit in a course number is related to the area as follows: 0: Electromagnetics or General Electrical Engineering 1: Circuits or Control systems 2: Electronics 3: Power and Machines 4: Digital Systems and Circuits 5: Communication Circuits and Systems 6: Computer Systems, Programming and Applications 7: Communications and Electronics Applications 8: Special Topics 9: Projects and Seminars The following notation will be also used: C: Credit Hours H: Lecture Hours L: Laboratory Hours

COURSE # EE 200 EE 204 EE 207 EE 210 EE 212 EE 214 EE 220 EE 300 EE 301 EE 302 EE 303 EE 304 EE 306 EE 307 EE 316 EE 320 EE 321 EE 322 EE 324 EE 325 EE 327 EE 332 EE 336 EE 337 EE 412 EE 416 EE 420 EE 422 EE 426 EE 430 EE 431 EE 450 EE 451 EE 452 EE 455 EE 490 EE 506 EE 507 EE 508 EE 512 EE 520 EE 521 EE 522 EE 523 EE 524 EE 525 EE 527 EE 528 EE 529 EE 530 EE 531 EE 532 EE 533 EE 534 EE 535 EE 536

COURSE TITLE Engineering Drawing Linear Algebra Electromagnetics I Circuits I Circuits (Non EE) Circuits II Electronics I Signals and Systems Analysis Applied Probability Theory Numerical Analysis Principles of Elect. Eng. (Non EE) Electric Drives (Non EE) Electrical Engineering Lab. (Non EE) Electromagnetics II Circuits Lab. Electronics II Electronics I (Non EE) Electronic Circuits Lab. Instrumentations & Measurements Electronics I (For Biomedical Engineering) Electronics II (For Biomedical Engineering Electrical Machines I Electrical Machines Lab. I Power Systems Control Systems Control Systems Lab. Digital Electronic Circuits Digital Electronic Circuits Lab. Instrumentations & Measurements Lab. Power Systems Analysis Electrical Machines II Principles of Communication Systems Digital Communications Communication Lab. Digital Filters Engineering Practice Antennas Radio Wave Propagation Electromagnetic Interference and Compatibility Digital Control VLSI Design Solid State Electronic Devices Optoelectronics Advanced Electronic Circuits Integrated Circuits Electronics II (Non EE) Communication Electronics Microwave Electronics Microwave Lab. Power Systems Protection Electric Drives Power Electronics Power Transmission and Distribution Power Systems Lab. Electrical Machines Lab. II Power Systems and Power Electronics

C.H. 1 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 1 3 1 3 3 1 2 3 3 3 1 3 3 1 3 1 1 3 3 3 3 1 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 1 3 3 3 3 1 1 3

PRE-REQUISITE CS 100 Math 201, CS 100 Phys 102, Math 201, Math 203(COR) Phys 102, Math 203 (COR) Phys 102, Math 203 (COR) EE 210 EE 210 EE 204, EE 214 EE 300 EE 204, CS 115 Phys 102, Math 102 EE 303 EE 304 EE 207 EE 214 EE 220 EE 303 EE 316, EE 320 EE 320 EE 212 EE 325 EE 207, EE 214 EE 332 EE 204, EE 332 EE 300 EE 412 EE 320 EE 420 EE 324 EE 337 EE 332 EE 301 EE 450 EE 450 EE 300 After completing 120 C.H. EE 307 EE 307 EE 307, EE 450 EE 412 EE 320, CIE 254 EE 320 EE 320 EE 420 EE 420 EE 321 EE 420, EE 450 EE 307, EE 320 EE 528 EE 337 EE 431 EE 320, EE 332 EE 337 EE 430, EE 533 EE 336, EE 431 EE 430, EE 532

EE 537 EE 538 EE 539 EE 550 EE 552 EE 553 EE 554 EE 555 EE 556 EE 557 EE 558 EE 559 EE 580A EE 580B EE 580C EE 591 EE 592

Switched Mode Converters High Voltage Engineering New Electrical Machines Digital Signal Processing Digital Communication Lab. Communication Systems Computer Communication Networks Optical Fiber Communication Systems Radar Systems Television Systems Satellite Communication Systems Mobile Communication Systems Special Topics in Electrical Engineering Special Topics in Electrical Engineering Special Topics in Electrical Engineering Graduation Project I Graduation Project II

3 3 3 3 1 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 1 1 1

EE 532 EE 430 EE 431 EE 455 EE 451 EE 451 EE 451 EE 451 EE 307, EE 450 EE 450 EE 451 EE 451

EE 490, EE 591

First Year First Semester

COURSE # Math 101 CS 100 Phys 101 Chem 101 Arab 103 Engl 111 COURSE TITLE Calculus I Introduction to Computers General Physics I General Chemistry I Arabic language English I Total C.H. 3 3 3 3 3 3 18

Second Semester
COURSE # Math 102 Phys 102 Phys 107 Chem 102 Chem 107 Arab 103 Engl 112 MS 100 COURSE TITLE Calculus II General Physics II General Physics Lab. General Chemistry II General Chemistry Lab. Arabic Lab. English II Military Science Total C.H. 3 3 1 3 1 1 3 3 18

Those who passed the Jordanian General Secondary Certificate examination related to these courses will be exempted

Second Year First Semester

COURSE # Math 201 Math 203 ME 161 EE 200 EE 210 CS 115 COURSE TITLE Intermediate Analysis Differential Equations Engineering Workshops Engineering Drawing Circuits I The C++ Programming Language Total C.H. 3 3 2 1 3 3 15

Second Semester
COURSE # ME 215 EE 204 EE 207 EE 214 EE 220 CIE 254 COURSE TITLE Engineering Mechanics Linear Algebra Electromagnetics I Circuits II Electronics I Digital Logic Design and Computer Architecture Total C.H. 3 3 3 3 3 3 18

Third Year First Semester

COURSE # EE 316 EE 300 EE 307 EE 320 EE 332 CIE 255 COURSE TITLE Circuits Lab. Signals and Systems Analysis Electromagnetics II Electronics II Electrical Machines I Digital Logic Design Lab. University Elective Total C.H. 1 3 3 3 3 1 3 17

Second Semester
COURSE # EE 301 EE 302 EE 322 EE 324 EE 336 EE 337 CIE 353 ME 261 COURSE TITLE Applied Probability Theory Numerical Analysis Electronic Circuits Lab. Instrumentations & Measurements Electrical Machines Lab. I Power Systems Microprocessors Systems Engineering Economics Total C.H. 3 3 1 2 1 3 3 2 18

Fourth Year - Communication & Electronics First Semester

COURSE # EE 412 EE 420 EE 450 COURSE TITLE Control Systems Digital Electronic Circuits Principles of Communication Systems C.H. 3 3 3

EE 455

Digital Filters University Elective Total

3 3 15

Second Semester
COURSE # EE 416 EE 422 EE 426 EE 451 EE 452 COURSE TITLE Control Systems Lab. Digital Electronic Circuits Lab. Instrumentations & Measurements Lab. Digital Communications Communication Lab. Department Elective University Elective Total C.H. 1 1 1 3 1 3 3 13

Summer Semester EE 490 Engineering Practice: Not less than 8 weeks to be taken in accredited establishments. Fifth Year - Communication & Electronics First Semester
COURSE # EE 528 EE 552 EE 553 EE 591 COURSE TITLE Microwave Electronics Digital Communication Lab. Communication Systems Graduation Project I Specialization Elective Department Elective Total C.H. 3 1 3 1 3 3 14

Second Semester
COURSE # EE 527 EE 529 EE 592 COURSE TITLE Communication Electronics Microwave Lab. Graduation Project II Specialization Elective Total C.H. 3 1 3 3 10

Fourth Year - Power and Machines First Semester

COURSE # EE 412 EE 420 EE 430 EE 450 COURSE TITLE Control Systems Digital Electronics Circuits Power Systems Analysis Principles of Communication Systems University Elective Total C.H. 3 3 3 3 3 15

Second Semester
COURSE # EE 416 EE 422 EE 426 EE 431 COURSE TITLE Control Systems Lab. Digital Electronics Circuits Lab. Instrumentations & Measurements Lab. Electrical Machines II C.H. 1 1 1 3

EE 452

Communication Lab. Department Elective University Elective Total

1 3 3 13

Summer Semester EE 490 Engineering Practice: Not less than 8 weeks to be taken in accredited establishments. Fifth Year - Power and Machines First Semester
COURSE # EE 532 EE 533 EE 535 EE 591 COURSE TITLE Power Electronics Power Transmission and Distribution Electrical Machines Lab. II Graduation Project I Specialization Elective Department Elective Total C.H. 3 3 1 1 3 3 14

Second Semester
COURSE # EE 531 EE 534 EE 592 COURSE TITLE Electric Drives Power Systems Lab. Graduation Project II Specialization Elective Total C.H. 3 1 3 3 10

Course Description EE 200: Engineering Drawing (1C, 3H) Orthographic and isometric drawing and sketching using computer drafting packages. This includes an introduction to the CAD packages and applications relevant to the electrical engineering Pre: Math 111 EE 204: Linear Algebra (3C, 3H) Gaussian elimination; the theory of simultaneous linear equations; orthogonal projections and least squares; determinants; eigenvalues and eigenvectors; computer applications Pre: Math 111,Math 201 and Math 203 EE 207: Electromagnetic I (3C, 3H) Vector analysis. Electrostatic fields. Magnetostatic fields. Solution of Laplaces and Poissons equations. Faradays law and applications Pre: Phys 103, Math 201 and Math 203 EE 210: Circuits I (3C, 3H) Units and definitions; experimental laws and simple circuits; useful techniques of circuit analysis; inductance and capacitance; source-free RL and RC circuits; application of the unitstep forcing function; The RLC circuits; the sinusoidal forcing function; the phasor concept; the sinusoidal steady-state response Pre: Phys 103; Math 203 (COR) EE 212: Circuits (3C, 3H) (Non EE-students) Basic concepts and Units; useful techniques of circuit analysis; inductance and capacitance responses including: RC, RL and RLC circuits; sinusoidal forcing function; phasor concept; sinusoidal steady states; average power and RMS values Pre: Phys 103; Math 203 (COR) EE 214: Circuits II (3C, 3H) Average power and RMS values; polyphase circuits; Laplace transform theory and application; complex frequency; frequency response; magnetically coupled circuits; general two-port networks; state-variable analysis Pre: EE 210 EE 220: Electronics I (3C, 3H) Semiconductor materials; intrinsic, N-type and P-type semiconductors; carriers; density of state and Fermi function; distribution of carriers; conductivity and drift current; diffusion current; Einstein relationship; PN junction; depletion region characteristics; forward and reverse biasing; I-V relationship; diode circuits and applications; bipolar junction transistor: theory, dc biasing, symmetrical swing; field-effect transistor: theory, dc biasing, symmetrical swing Pre: EE 210 EE 300: Signals and Systems Analysis (3C, 3H) Concepts of linear time invariant systems; discrete and continuous time systems; application of Laplace and Fourier transforms to linear systems; Z-transform; system function; frequency

response and simulation in the frequency domain; discrete Fourier series and fast Fourier transform; computer applications Pre: EE 204,EE 214 EE 301: Applied Probability Theory (3C, 3H) Probability principles and set theory; random variables and operations performed on random variables, various distribution functions; random processes from the view-point of temporal and spectral characterization; response of linear time-invariant systems to random inputs Pre: EE 300 EE 302: Numerical Analysis (3C, 3H) Machine epsilon; round-off error; linear systems of equations; Gauss elimination and iterative methods; largest eigenvalue using power methods; spline interpolation; numerical integration; ordinary differential equations; nonlinear equations; zeros of polynomials; one dimensional optimization; least squares data fitting; singular value decomposition; uniform random number generator Pre: EE 204, CIS 115 EE 303: Principles of Electrical Engineering (3C, 3H) (Non EE-students) Electrical quantities; circuit principles; DC analysis; AC analysis; polyphase circuits; transformers; semiconductor diodes; bipolar transistors; field effect transistors; thyristors; operational amplifiers Pre: Phys 103, Math 103 EE 304: Electric Drives (3C, 3H) (Non EE-students) Introduction to electric drives; DC drives; AC drives: induction motors, synchronous motors, reluctance and stepping motors; servomotor drives Pre: EE 303 EE 306: Electrical Engineering Lab. (1C, 3L) (Non EE-students) DC circuits, diodes, transistors, thyristors and operational amplifiers; transformers; dc motors; synchronous motors; three-phase and single phase induction motors Pre: EE 304 EE 307: Electromagnetic II (3C, 3H) Maxwells equations; transmission lines; plane waves: propagation, reflection and refraction; wave-guides and cavities; introduction to antennas Pre: EE 207 EE 316: Circuits Lab. (1C, 3L) Resistors and resistive circuits; potentiometers; superposition principle; Thevenins theorem and maximum power transfer; RLC current and voltage characteristics; frequency response of RL, RC and RLC circuits; series and parallel resonant circuits; transient response Pre: EE 214 EE 320: Electronics II (3C, 3H)

Small signal analysis of BJT and FET amplifiers; multistage amplifiers; frequency response of single and multistage amplifiers; Darlington pair amplifiers; differential amplifiers; operational amplifier theory; slew rate, offset and frequency response of operational amplifiers; application of operational amplifiers: summation, subtraction, integration and differentiation; oscillators Pre: EE 220 EE 321: Electronics I (3C, 3H) (Non EE-student) Diode circuit analysis (DC&AC), bipolar junction transistors: theory, circuits and applications; field effect transistors: theory, circuits and application; introduction to operational amplifiers and applications Pre: EE 303 EE 322: Electronic Circuits Lab. (1C, 3L) Frequency response of CE, CB, CC, CS, & CD amplifiers; multistage amplifiers; cascade CECE, cascade CE-CC, cascade CB-CE; RC and direct coupled amplifiers; Darlington amplifiers; differential amplifiers; emitter coupled amplifiers; operational amplifiers familiarization; applications of inverter and non-inverter, differentiator and integrator; oscillators Pre: EE 316, EE 320 EE 324: Instrumentation & Measurements (2C, 2H) Units, dimensions, and standards; measurement errors; displacement transducers; temperature transducers; photoelectric transducers; electromechanical instruments; analogue electronic multi-meters; digital multi-meters; oscilloscopes; power measurements; dc power supplies Pre: EE 320 EE 325: Electronics I (3C, 3H) (Biomedical Engineering students) Semiconductor materials; intrinsic, N-type and P-type semiconductors; drift and diffusion currents; P-N junctions; I-V characteristics; diode circuits and applications; BJT concepts and operation; I-V characteristics; CE, CB and CC configurations; dc biasing and small-signal analysis; JFET and MOSFET concepts and operation; biasing, CS, CG and CD configurations; dc and small-signal analysis Pre: EE 212 EE 327: Electronics II (3C, 3H) (Biomedical Engineering students) Multistage amplifiers; frequency response; operational amplifiers and applications; oscillators; comparators; Schmitt triggers; BJT and FET switches; transistor logic gates; MOS logic gates; multivibrators; D/A and A/D conversion Pre: EE 325 EE 332: Electrical Machines I (3C, 3H) Construction and principle of operation of transformers, ideal and non-ideal transformers, performance characteristics of transformers: three-phase transformer connections, autoinstrument transformer; three-winding transformers, DC machines construction and classification, performance equations, generator characteristics, motor characteristics, starting

and control of motors; synchronous machines construction, synchronous generator and motor operation; three-phase induction motors construction and operation, performance calculations, starting and speed control; single phase induction motors; small synchronous motors; universal motor Pre: EE 207, EE 214 EE 336: Electrical Machines Lab. I (IC, 3L) Transformers; DC motors; DC generators; three -phase induction motors; single-phase induction motor, three-phase synchronous generator and motor; single-phase synchronous generator and motors; AC series motor Pre: EE 216, EE 332 EE 337: Power Systems (3C, 3H) Basic Concepts and Per Unit Impedances; Phase shift in transformers; Series impedance of transmission lines; Capacitance of transmission lines; Current and voltage relations of a transmission lines; Admittance model and network calculations; Impedance model and network calculations; Power flow solutions Pre: EE 332 EE 412: Control Systems (3C, 3H) Transfer function; block diagram; signal flow graph; mathematical modeling of physical systems; time-domain analysis and design of control systems; root locus techniques; frequency-domain analysis and design of control systems; state-space description Pre: EE 300 EE 416: Control Systems Lab. (1C, 3L) Measurement of motor characteristics: armature connection and field connection; transient response of motor; properties of operational amplifier unit; closed-loop position control system; speed control system; reversible speed control; dead band and transient characteristics; passive network compensation; stabilization with tachogenerator feedback: frequency response measurement Pre: EE 412 EE 420: Digital Electronic Circuits (3C, 3H) Diodes and transistors as switches; switching and speed limitations RTL; DTL; TTL, ECL, IL and MOS logic gates; comparators and Schmitt triggers; analog switches, A/D and D/A converters; sample and hold circuit; mono-stable and a stable multi-vibrators and timing circuits Pre: EE 320 EE 422: Digital Electronic Circuits Lab. (1C, 3L) Transistor as a switch; TTL logic specifications; mono-stable and a stable multi-vibrators; comparators and Schmitt triggers; A/D and D/A converters; IC timers; sweep voltage waveforms; sample and hold circuit and interfacing of logic gates. Pre: EE 420 EE 426: Instrumentation & Measurements Lab. (1C, 3L) Displacement transducers; temperature transducers; photoelectric transducers; the use of operational amplifiers in electronic instrumentation; power measurements; oscilloscopes; dc power supplies

Pre: EE 324 EE 430: Power System Analysis (3C, 3H) Power system economics; load and energy forecasting; computer based load flow calculations and control; economic operation of power systems; power system stability; power system control; power system planning and reliability calculations Pre: EE 337 EE 431: Electrical Machines II (3C, 3H) Electromechanical system: force equation, doubly and multiply excited systems; engineering aspects of practical electric machine performance; dynamic analysis of synchronous motors and polyphase induction motors; reluctance motors; stepping motors Pre: EE 332 EE 450: Principles of Communication Systems (3C, 3H) Signal analysis: equivalent low-pass and band pass models, Hilbert transform, power spectral density; amplitude modulation and demodulation: large carrier and suppressed carrier, single side band and vestigial side band, coherent and non-coherent detection. Angle modulation and demodulation. FM and PM, wideband and narrow-band FM, Transmission bandwidth, generation and demodulation of FM, FM stereo multiplexing. Noise representation and analysis: SNR analysis of AM and FM systems. Pulse modulation techniques: sampling theorem, PAM, PPM, PWM Pre: EE 301 EE 451: Digital Communications (3C, 3H) Quantization and pulse code modulation, delta modulation, and noise analysis in PCM and DM systems, TDM. Base band digital systems: digital signaling over channels without and with inter-symbol interference and additive gaussion noise. Error probability analysis. Passband digital systems: signal and system models of ASK, PSK, DPSK, FSK and QAM. Signalspace representation and receiver model. Error probability analysis of digital modulation techniques for coherent and non-coherent detection. Power spectra of digital signals. Synchronization. Introduction to Information Theory. Introduction to Error control coding. Introduction to spread spectrum systems. Pre: EE 450 EE 452: Communications Lab. (1C, 3L) Tuned circuits and crystals; AM modulators; AM demodulators; super-heterodyne radio receiver; FM modulators; FM demodulators; harmonic analysis of modulated waveforms Pre: EE 322, EE 450 EE 455: Digital Filters (3C, 3H) Discrete time signals and systems; the Z-transform; frequency analysis of discrete time systems; the discrete Fourier transform; introduction to digital filters; finite and infinite impulse response filters; digital filter realization Pre: EE 300 EE 490: Engineering Practice (3C) The student has to spend at least 8 weeks of engineering training at recognized companies and establishments during the summer semester after completing 120 C.H. EE 506: Antennas (3C, 3H).

Electromagnetic fields of current distributions; antenna fundamentals and definitions; dipoles; antenna arrays; aperture and micro-strip antennas; broadband antennas.. Pre: EE 307 EE 507: Radio Wave Propagation (3C, 3H) Electromagnetic spectrum; receiver systems; reflection, refraction, diffraction and scattering of waves; ground waves, sky waves, tropospheric waves and space waves; precipitation effects on propagation of waves; satellite and microwave communication links Pre: EE 307 EE 508: Electromagnetic Interference and Compatibility (3C, 3H) Coupling mechanisms; EMC regulations for electronic systems; basic electromagnetic principles; non-ideal behavior of components; signal spectra; radiated emissions, conducted emissions and susceptibility; crosstalk and shielding. Pre: EE 307, EE 450 EE512: Digital Control (3C, 3H) Linear, discrete, dynamic-systems analysis: linear discrete equations, discrete transfer functions, stability and Jurys test, discrete models of sampled-data systems; design of digital control systems using transform techniques: control system specifications, z-plane design using root locus, frequency-response methods with z-transform, PID control, Ziegler-Nichols PID tuning; design of digital control systems using state-space methods: control law design, estimator design, regulator design: combined control law and estimator, integral control, control ability and observe ability. Pre: EE 412 EE 520: VLSI Design (3C, 3H) Evolution of VLSI; design system concepts; evolution of integrated-circuit design approaches; physical design tools; review of solid state device concepts; device structures; device modeling and circuit simulation; MOS circuit design; test methodologies for VLSI; VLSI process development Pre: EE 320, CIE 254 EE 521: Solid State Electronic Devices (3C, 3H) Carrier modeling; carrier action; equation of state; volt-ampere characteristics; admittance and switching response and FET non-ideal characteristic and switching Pre: EE 320 EE 522: Optoelectronics (3C, 3H) Light propagation; solid state-physics; modulation of light; display devices; light sources (lasers, LED) driving circuits; photo-detectors driving circuits; optical communication systems Pre: EE 320 EE 523: Advanced Electronic Circuits (3C, 3H) Feedback theory; frequency response and stability; power amplifiers and outpostages class A, B, AB and C; active filters, switched capacitor filters, oscillators, current mirrors and current sources Pre: EE 420

EE 524: Integrated Circuits (3C, 3H) Latches and flip-flops; semiconductor memories (RAM&ROM); registers, counters, switches; A/D and D/A converters; MESFET and Schottky diodes and transistors. Pre: EE 420 EE 525: Electronics II (3C, 3H) (Non EE-student) Comparators; Schmitt triggers; BJT and FET switches; transistor logic gates; MOS logic gates; flip-flops; D/A and A/D conversion; timing circuits using discrete components and 555-timers ; oscillators ; power amplifiers; active filters Pre: EE 321 EE 527: Communication Electronics (3C, 3H) Parallel resonant circuit; impedance transformation; tuned amplifiers; large signal operation of amplifier; near sinusoidal oscillator; super-heterodyne; receivers; mixers; AM, FM modulation and demodulation; phase locked loop Pre: EE 420, EE 450 EE 528: Microwave Electronics (3C, 3H) Transmission lines and wave-guides microwave resonators; microwave network analysis; passive microwave devices; ferromagnetic components; microwaves filters; microwave tubes; solid state microwave devices and circuits Pre: EE 307, EE 320 EE 529: Microwave Lab. (1C, 3L) Measurement of frequency and wavelength; measurement of voltage standing wave ratio; measurement of microwave power; characteristics of reflex klystron; directional couplers; antenna radiation pattern and plane wave propagation Pre: EE 528 EE 530: Power Systems Protection (3C, 3H) Relay operating principles; current and voltage transformers; generator protection; motor protection; transformer protection; bus protection; transmission line protection. Pre: EE 337 EE 531: Electric Drives (3C, 3H) Variable speed drive systems; separately excited DC motors; single and three phase rectifiers with motor load; three phase induction motor speed control by ac power controller and slipenergy recovery; induction motors with voltage-source inverters; synchronous motor drives Pre: EE 431 EE 532: Power Electronics (3C, 3H) Power semiconductor devices: diodes, thyristors, transistors; uncontrolled rectifiers: singlephase, bi-phase, three-phase, effect of source inductance; phase-controlled rectifiers: singlephase, bi-phase, three phase, effect of source inductance. AC-AC converters: single-phase, cycloconverter, single phase transformers tap changer; inverters: single-phase, three-phase DC-DC converters: step-down converter, step-up converter, fly back converter Pre: EE 320, EE 332

EE 533: Power Transmission and Distribution (3C, 3H) Overhead power lines: construction, sag and tension analysis; underground power cables; circuit breakers; fuses; disconnect switches; substation design; earthing. Pre: EE 337 EE 534: Power Systems Lab. (1C, 3L) Transmission line performance under different operating conditions; load characteristics; real and reactive power flow and control for a transmission line; characteristics of different types of relays; power system protection using relays; measurement of sequence components; balanced and unbalanced faults; power system transients and stability. Pre: EE 430, EE 533 EE 535: Electrical Machines Lab. II (1C, 3L) Three-phase transformer characteristics and group connections; no-load characteristics for DC generators; starting and speed characteristics of DC motors; starting, loading and V-curves for synchronous motors; synchronization of a synchronous generator; testing of three-phase squirrel-cage induction motors and three-phase induction motor with slipring rotor; special motors Pre: EE 336, EE431 EE 536: Power Systems and Power Electronics (3C, 3H) Semiconductor devices for power engineering applications: thyristors gate turn-off thyristors, MOS controlled thyristors; transistors. Common power electronic circuits: rectifiers, converters, inverters, and impact of power electronic loads on power quality. HVDC: converter plant, transmission plant, control strategies; flexible AC transmission: conventional and advanced devices, shunt compensation, static VAR compensation, series compensation angle compensation, quadrature boosters, unified power flow controller Pre: EE 430, EE 532 EE 537: Switched Mode Converters (3C, 3H) Overview of power capabilities and switching speeds of power semiconductors. DC-DC switched-mode converters: types, design, control, applications. DC-AC switched-mode inverters: types, design, control of AC output, applications; computer simulation of switchedmode converters Pre: EE 532 EE 538: High Voltage Engineering (3C, 3H) Generation and measurement of high voltage; electrostatic field and field stress control; electrical breakdown in gases, solids and liquids; non-destructive insulation test techniques; overvoltages and insulation coordination Pre: EE 430. EE 539:New Electrical Machines (3C, 3H) Linear Electric machines: comparison with rotating machines; linear induction motors: simplified electromagnetic field theory, force equation, characteristics; superconducting ac generators and motors; variable reluctance motors: performance and characteristics; printedcircuit motors Pre: EE 431 EE 550: Digital Signal Processing (3C, 3H)

Sampling and reconstruction of signals; multirate digital signal processing; analysis and modeling of random signals; power spectrum estimation; digital signal processing applications in: communication matched filtering, complex demodulation, FM and AM conversion, carrier recovery and symbol detection Pre: EE 455 EE 552: Digital Communication Lab. (1C, 3L) Digital waveform generators, waveform analysis; pulse amplitude modulators and demodulators; sample and hold circuits; Delta modulation; PCM; ASK, FSK, PSK, DPSK systems Pre: EE 451, EE 452 EE 553: Communication Systems (3C, 3H) Propagation of RF waves; ground, sky and space waves; antennas for HF, VHF, UHF and microwaves; time and frequency division multiplexing techniques; introduction to microwave satellite and fiber optic communication systems. Pre: EE 451 EE 554: Computer Communication networks (3C, 3H) Introduction to queuing theory; physical data link and network layers; network topologies; basic performance evaluation methods; circuit and packet switching; local area networks; telephone system; integrated services digital networks. Pre: EE 451 EE 555: Optical fiber Communication Systems (3C, 3H) Components, advantages and classifications of fiber communication systems; dielectric sLab. wave-guide; step index fiber, graded index fiber, light sources, photodetectors, noise in the optical receiver, receiver sensitivity, heterodyne detection, analog and digital signal transmission. Pre: EE 451 EE 556: Radar Systems (3C, 3H) Radar fundamentals; radar equation; radar detection theory; radar types; surveillance, tracking and electronic countermeasure in radar; marine, military and civil radar; design and performance of radar systems. Pre: EE 307, EE 450 EE 557: Television Systems (3C, 3H) An overview of photometry fundamentals. Video signal composition; scanning; monochrome television receivers; television broadcast transmitters; color television theory; primary and secondary colors, composite color video signal; television broadcast standards: PAL, SECAM, NTSC; closed-circuit television; 3-D television; large-screen projection; HDTV systems. Pre: EE 450 EE 558: Satellite Communication Systems (3C, 3H) Overview of satellite communication; earth station technology; channel characterization and link budget calculations; transponders and transponder model; channelization; frequency plans; propagation and interference considerations; satellite access techniques; introduction to satellite networks.

Pre: EE 451 EE 559: Mobile Communication Systems (3C, 3H) An overview of mobile communication systems; channel characterization; signal transmission; error probability analysis; systems to combat fading; diversity and combining schemes; error rate performance for a digital communication system with diversity over mobile channels; cellular mobile system. Pre: EE 451 EE 591: Graduation Project I (1C) Project preparation and theory in the semester preceding the graduation semester. EE 592: Graduation Project II (3C) Implementation of the project prepared in graduation semester. A technical report is required. Pre: EE 591