Principles of designing power electronic circuits. The course covers electric power conversion and offers a practical perspective including the selection of components.
Basic topics in digital communication systems: analog-to-digital conversion, encoding analog signals, pulse code modulation (PCM), line coding, and information theory.
The architecture of digital systems, with emphasis on structural principles common to a wide range of computer technologies, and multilevel implementation strategies.
Analog circuit analysis and design, including an introduction to the tools and methods necessary for the creative design of practical circuits using active devices.
Fundamentals of electronic circuits, including diode characteristics and diode circuits, transistors and applications, switches and MOS transistors, and amplifiers.
Electrostatics, magnetostatics, electromagnetic induction and electromagnetic waves. Also, this course covers Maxwell’s equations and Faradays Laws.
Fundamental concepts of electrical circuits. The composition of components into systems and networks, and limits imposed by energy and noise.