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ELEC_ENG 327: Electronic System Design II

Quarter Offered

Spring : TuTh 12:30-1:50 ; Mikhelson

Prerequisites

ELEC_ENG 326 or instructor consent.

Description

Electronic System Design II. This course will put to practice the knowledge gained in Electronic System Design I, and have students create a fully functional prototype implementation. This involves the same principles as in Electronic System Design I, but more independently, and with some design optimization.

Specifically, students will develop a complete system through a series of milestones, starting from an idea and culminating in a custom, aesthetic design involving a PCB, 3D-printed enclosure, and a complex processing pipeline. Throughout the process students will thoroughly document their work. Examples of past projects include a smart light bulb, an EMG-controlled robotic arm, a smart doorbell, and an automated plant monitoring and watering system.

If you have senior standing, this course can count towards the Design Degree Requirement in EE. 

COURSE INSTRUCTOR: Ilya Mikhelson

TEXTBOOK: None

GRADES:

  • Weekly Meetings and Demos 90%
  • Final Presentation 10%