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EEĀ 366 Electronics II 4 Cr.

This course is a continuation of Electronics I EE 357. Analog and digital circuits are discussed. Analog topics include frequency response, real world applications of operational amplifiers, power amplifiers, filters, oscillators and A/D and D/A converters. Digital electronic building blocks are discussed, including flip-flops, counters, coding and decoding circuits and memory. 3 Lecture hours and 2 Lab hours. Prerequisites: EE 357, EE 359.

Electrical & Computer Engineering

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Professor Jacques Beneat (Chair); Associate Professor Michael Prairie; Assistant Professors Michael Cross and Ali Al Bataineh.

Engineering

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...EE 303 , EE 321 , EE 350 , EE 356 , EE 357 , EE 359 , EE 366 , EE...

Electrical & Computer Engineering

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...EE 323 Computer Architecture or 478 Control Systems 3 EE 366 Electronics II 4 EE...