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COEN 2111: Circuits I Lab (0,3,1) -

This course covers experimental aspects of the topics covered in COEN 2311: Circuits I. Topics include basic bread-boarding techniques and circuit construction; use of multimeters, oscilloscopes, power supplies, and function generators; DC and AC voltage and current measurement techniques; troubleshooting techniques; and comparison of experimental and simulated circuits. Prerequisites:MATH 1324: Calculus III, PHYS 1422: Physics for Engineers II. Completion of or concurrent registration for: MATH 2332: Differential Equations, COEN 2331: Circuits I

COEN 2311: Circuits I (3,0,3) -

This course covers important theory in DC and AC circuits analysis. Topics include a review of the solution of simultaneous equations; Kirchoff's Current and Voltage Laws; nodal and mesh circuit analysis; superposition; source transformations; Thevenin and Norton Equivalent circuits; ideal op-amps; and RC, RL, and RLC circuits. Prerequisites: MATH 1324: Calculus III, PHYS 1422: Physics for Engineers II. Concurrent registration for: COEN 2111: Circuits Lab. Completion of or concurrent registration for: MATH 2332: Differential Equations

COEN 3312: Circuits II (2,2,3) -

This course is a continuation of COEN 2311: Circuits I. Topics include a review of DC and AC circuit analysis techniques; complex numbers and phasors; use of phasors in the analysis of AC circuits; AC power concepts; polyphase circuits; magnetically coupled circuits; applications of Laplace and Fourier transforms in circuit analysis; s-domain circuit analysis; Bode plots; and filters. Prerequisites: MATH 2332: Differential Equations, COEN 2311: Circuits I, COEN 2111: Circuits I Lab

COEN 3322: Signals and Systems (3,0,3) -

This course presents instruction in electrical signals and systems. Subject matter includes types of signals and systems, signal and system modeling, Fourier Series, Fourier Transform and applications, Laplace Transform and applications, state variable techniques, discrete time signals and systems. Prerequisite: COEN 3312: Circuits II

COEN 3323: Digital Systems (2,3,3) -

This course addresses the understanding and design of digital systems. Topics progress through Boolean algebra and logic gates; combinational logic; sequential logic and synchronous sequential logic systems; and design of logic circuits. Prerequisites: COEN 2311: Circuits I, COEN 2111: Circuits I Lab 

COEN 3421: Electronics I (3,3,4) -

This course is the first of two courses in the use of electronic devices in analog and digital circuits. The lecture component covers device physics and modeling of op-amps, diodes, FETs, and BJTs; single and multi-stage amplifiers; differential amplifiers; feedback; frequency response; Bode plots. Laboratory component covers generation and acquisition of signals; current, voltage, and impedance measurements; transfer function measurement; and spectrum measurements and analysis. Prerequisites:  COEN 2311: Circuits I, COEN 2111: Circuits I Lab. Completion of concurrent registration for: COEN 3312: Circuits II

COEN 4322: Digital Signal Processing (2,3,3)

The course presents an overview of the nature of signals, the algorithms and techniques used to process those signals and the applications to which digital signal processing can be usefully put. Prerequisite: COEN 3322: Signals and Systems

COEN 4331: Network Theory (3,0,3)

This course examines the structural and theoretical issues underlying networks. Data communication principles and protocols, network structures and open systems are discussed. Prerequisite:ITAP 2431: Network Management