ELEC 332 - ELEC SYS PRINCIPLES & PRACTICE
Long Title: ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE
Department: Electrical & Computer Eng.
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Language of Instruction: Taught in English
Course Type: Lecture/Laboratory
Credit Hours: 3
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Prerequisite(s): ELEC 242
Description: This course covers the theory and techniques necessary to realize modern, high performance electronic systems. Design considerations for systems utilizing high speed, high frequency analog and digital integrated circuits will be covered. SECTION 001: Topics will include measurement and simulation techniques, signal integrity, printed circuit layout, mixed signal systems, rf circuits, and EMI/EMC considerations. Topics will be lectured and illustrated by a series of laboratory exercises. SECTION 002: Students develop a microcontroller system for controlling the functions of a model electric car. Power and sensor circuits will be designed to monitor and control the vehicle's speed, and to guide its trajectory, in order to pass a series of vehicle tests. Instructor Permission Required.