ELT 111 Circuit Analysis I (3 Credits)
Introduction to direct current circuits with emphasis on voltage, current, resistance, Ohm's Law, energy and power. Series, parallel, and series-parallel circuits, voltage and current dividers, and Kirchhoff's Law are studied, as well as DC network analysis, network theorem and magnetism circuits.
ELT 111L Cir Analy I Lab (1 Credits)
Introduction to "live" and computer simulated experiments in DC theory with emphasis on breadbording electric circuits, using meters and using electronic simulation software. (Meets 3 hrs. per week).
ELT 211 Electronic Instruments and Measurements (3 Credits)
Study of the characteristics, capabilities, , limitations and application of such basic , instruments as the Voltohn Millameter, the digital voltmeter, D-Arsonval meter , movement, the general oscilloscope, the , audio generator, the resistance, the tube tester, and others.
ELT 212 Circuit Analysis II (3 Credits)
Study of alternating current circuits, with emphasis on alternating current and voltage capacitors, RC circuits, inductors, RL circuits, resonance, AC network anaylsis, network theorem and transformers.
ELT 212L Circuit Analy II Lab (1 Credits)
Introduction to live and computer simulated experiments in AC theory with emphasis on breadbording electric circuits, using meters, and using electronic simulation software. Develops skills in measuring AC circuit parameters. (Meets 3 hrs. per week).
ELT 213 Elect Devices I (3 Credits)
Examination of semiconductor junction devices, with emphasis on characteristics and operation of diodes, bipolar junction transistors and field-effect transistors; DC characteristics biasing, and DC stability.
ELT 213L Elect Devices Lab (1 Credits)
Experiments with semiconductor junction devices with emphasis on characteristics and operation of diodes bipolar junction transistors and field-effect transistors; DC characteristics, biasing, and DC stability.
ELT 215 Circuit Analysis (3 Credits)
Study of systematic analysis of selected , alternating current and direct current circuits, including audio amplifiers, radio frequency , amplifiers, oscillators, detectors, mixers, multi-, vibrators and power supply circuits.
ELT 220 Digital Electronics (3 Credits)
Study of digital devices and circuits, logic devices, integrated circuits, binary, and hexadecimal.
ELT 220L Digital Electronics Laboratory (1 Credits)
Experiments on logic circuits, integrated circuits and microprocessors, circuit and device troubleshooting and analysis. (Meets 3 hrs. per week.)
ELT 310 Digital Electronics (3 Credits)
Study of digital devices and circuits, logic , devices, integrated circuits, microprocessor, circuits, binary, octal and hexadecimal.
ELT 310L Digital Elect Lab (1 Credits)
Experiments on logic circuits, integrated circuits, and microprocessors, circuit and device, troubleshooting and analysis. (Meets 3 hrs. per, week)
ELT 313 Electronic Devices II (3 Credits)
Examination of power amplifiers, operational amplifiers, active filters, oscillators, communications circuits, voltage regulators, and other semiconductor devices.
ELT 313L Elect Devices II Lab (1 Credits)
Experiments with power amplifiers, operational, amplifiers, active filters, oscillators, , ommunications circuits, voltage regulators, and, other semiconductor devices.
ELT 314 Instrumentation Measurement & Control (3 Credits)
Study of the characteristics and limitations of instrumentation measurement and control systems. Emphasis is on measurement systems, including transducers, signal conditioners, and telemetry systems. Various types of control systems are also addressed including: on-off, proportional, derivative, PID and fuzzy logic. Programmable logic devices are also introduced.
ELT 315 Analog Communication Systems (3 Credits)
Introduction to analog communications technology, with emphasis on theory, operation, design of radio frequency amplifiers and receivers mixers, oscillators, coupling circuits, transmitters, propagation, antennas and sidebands.
ELT 315L Analog Communication Systems Laboratory (1 Credits)
This is the lab component of ELT 315. Emphasis is on measurement and analysis of communications signals and evaluation of communication systems.
ELT 408L Senior Project B (1 Credits)
This is the second of a two course capstone, sequence. Students will build the project, approved in the first course and present a formal, written and oral project report. Technical, report writing and project management skills will, be reinforced.
ELT 413 Digital Communications Systems (3 Credits)
Theory of communications systems utilizing digital signals. Includes coding, multiplexing, digital modulation, information codes, and error detection codes
ELT 413L Digital Communications Systems Lab (1 Credits)
This course is the laboratory component for ELT 413 lecture. Students will design, build, and troubleshoot such circuits and systems as modulators, transceivers, line coders, multiplexers, fiber optics and data acquisition systems.
ELT 416 Wireless Communications Systems (3 Credits)
A comprehensive overview of wireless networking; topics include: antennas, air interfaces, spread spectrum, Bluetooth, ultra-wideband, terrestrial wideband, wireless layer 2 protocols, WAP, 3G cellular networks, free space optics (fso) and satellite communications systems.
ELT 416L Wiresless Comunications Systems Lab (1 Credits)
This course is the laboratory component for ELT, 416 lecture. The student will perform laboratory, exercises.
ELT 497L Sr Project a (1 Credits)
This is the first of two course capstone sequences. Student will develop a career portfolio, review soft skills, and gain approval fora formal proposal for a senior project. The project will be completed in the second course in the sequence.
ELT 498L Sr Project a Capstone Experience II (1 Credits)
This is the second of a two-course capstone experience. Students will build the project approved in the first course and complete their project with the requirement of project presentation.
ELT 499 Sr Project (3 Credits)
Selection and completion of a project under faculty supervision conducted as an individual or small group design project, including determining customer requirements, considering design alternatives, issuing a formal project proposal and then implementing the proposal. The course includes with a report and demonstation of functionalit of individual hardware and software design. Projects are typical of problems which graduates must solve in their field of employment.
ELT 499L Sr Project Lab (1 Credits)
Individual or small group electronic design projects.