Fall 2017 Course Overview
This course focuses on the basic functionality of electrical and computer engineering (ECE) systems and explores the technological and scientific principles on which they are based. The goal of the course is to provide you with an introductory understanding of the operation of these systems and connections to advanced topics in ECE.
During the course, we will consider several example systems from the broad range of applications of ECE technology, including wireless communication, power, digital cameras, data storage, medical imaging, audio signal processing, GPS, feedback control, and cybersecurity. Through a combination of lectures, demonstrations, computation and simulation (using MATLAB and Excel), and hands-on labs, you will learn about the fundamentals of the design and operation of these systems. The material learned in this course will serve you as a basis for more advanced courses in the ECE curriculum.
Engineering Lab II, room 119
|Labs||M-F: 2:30 -- 5:30 pm
Marcus Hall, room 5
|Textbook||no textbook, slides and brief notes will be provided|
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This course uses Moodle for online discussions, assignment submission, and grade management. If you are enrolled in this course, you should see an entry for this course in your Moodle account.
There is no textbook for this course. Slides, brief notes, and lecture recordings will be provided via Moodle.