Courses / DescriptionsEECS 398: Electrical Engineering Design
Quarter OfferedSpring : TuTh 1-2:15 ; Butz
PrerequisitesSenior/graduate standing or with permission of the instructor.
Design of electrical and electronic devices, circuits, and systems by the application of the engineering sciences, economics, and Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers or other national standards
REQUIRED TEXT: None
SUPPLEMENTAL TEXTS: A good reference on digital signal processing. The EECS 359 course text by Oppenheim & Schafer will do quite well (A.V. Oppenheim and R.W. Schafer, Discrete-Time Signal Processing, Prentice Hall, 3rd edition).
COURSE INSTRUCTOR/COORDINATOR: Prof. Arthur Butz
COURSE OBJECTIVE: To provide capstone design experience in Electrical Engineering.
THE PROJECT: Signal processing on a DSP microprocessor.
The actual project will be defined in the first week of classes.
COMPUTER USAGE: Matlab and Texas Instruments DSP software, the latter being available for free download. Students should implement all on their own laptops. If a student uses a Mac, he/she should be set up to run Windows on it; Windows is available free to students with EECS credentials or temporary credentials provided by firstname.lastname@example.org
HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENTS: Weekly project update summaries
GRADES: 20% based on design report, 80% based on prototype implementation.
COURSE OUTCOMES: When a student completes this course, s/he should be able to:
- undertake design projects in the field of electrical engineering
- have an understanding of the role of standards in engineering design
- implement sound safety practices in electrical engineering design
- have a keen awareness of environmental issues in electrical engineering design
- construct prototypes based on their designed specifications
ABET CONTENT CATEGORY: 100% Design