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== EE4250 Introduction to Microwave Circuits (Fall 2012) == | == EE4250 Introduction to Microwave Circuits (Fall 2012) == | ||

This course covers the fundamentals and design concepts of the microwave circuits for wireless communication systems. The topics include: | This course covers the fundamentals and design concepts of the microwave circuits for wireless communication systems. The topics include: | ||

− | + | * Transmission line theory | |

− | * Transmission | ||

* Smith Chart | * Smith Chart | ||

− | * Multi- | + | * Multi-port network |

− | * Matching | + | * Matching network design |

− | * RF/ | + | * RF/microwave design fundamentals |

− | * Active and | + | * Active and passive component design |

− | * Transceiver | + | * Transceiver architectures |

− | * Low | + | * Low noise amplifier design |

− | * Mixer | + | * Mixer design |

− | * Power | + | * Power amplifier design |

− | * Layout | + | * Layout techniques |

− | * RF | + | * RF measurements |

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== EE2255 Electronics (Spring 2013) == | == EE2255 Electronics (Spring 2013) == | ||

− | This course is an introduction to microelectronics. We will focus on the fundamentals of microelectronic circuits and emphasize the design-oriented approaches. The topics include | + | This course is an introduction to microelectronics. We will focus on the fundamentals of microelectronic circuits and emphasize the design-oriented approaches. The topics include: |

+ | * Semiconductor transistors | ||

+ | ** Bipolar transistors | ||

+ | ** MOSFETs | ||

+ | * Single-stage amplifiers | ||

+ | ** Common emitter/source amplifiers | ||

+ | ** Common base/gate amplifiers | ||

+ | ** Followers | ||

+ | * Operational amplifiers | ||

+ | * Frequency response | ||

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== EE2280 Logic Design (Fall 2013) == | == EE2280 Logic Design (Fall 2013) == | ||

+ | This course introduces the basic theories of digital logic design and the implementations of logic circuits. The topics include: | ||

+ | * Binary systems | ||

+ | * Boolean algebra and logic gates | ||

+ | * Gate-level minimization | ||

+ | * Combinational logic | ||

+ | * Synchronous sequential logic | ||

+ | * Memory & programmable logic | ||

+ | * Register transfer level | ||

<font color="#FF007F"><b> Course Schedule </b></font> | <font color="#FF007F"><b> Course Schedule </b></font> |

## Revision as of 00:12, 30 September 2013

## Contents

## About this page

This page describes the general information of the courses of EE4250, EE2255, and EE2280. More course information and materials for the registered students are shown in the elearning systems of Moodle and iLMS. Course grades are available through the elearning systems as well. Full access of the course materials may be granted upon request.

## EE4250 Introduction to Microwave Circuits (Fall 2012)

This course covers the fundamentals and design concepts of the microwave circuits for wireless communication systems. The topics include:

- Transmission line theory
- Smith Chart
- Multi-port network
- Matching network design
- RF/microwave design fundamentals
- Active and passive component design
- Transceiver architectures
- Low noise amplifier design
- Mixer design
- Power amplifier design
- Layout techniques
- RF measurements

** Course Schedule **

**Lectures**- Mon 3:30-5:20pm, Thu 2:20-3:10pm @ Delta 201

**Office Hours**- Wed 4-6pm @ Delta 808

** TA **

- 陳煥達, fanta524cf@gmail.com

** Textbook **

- Behzad Razavi, RF Microelectronics, Prentice Hall, 2011

** References **

- David M. Pozar, Microwave and RF Design of Wireless Systems,Wiley, 2001
- Thomas H. Lee, The Design of CMOS Radio-Frequency Integrated Circuits, Cambridge University Press, 2003

** Course Resources **

## EE2255 Electronics (Spring 2013)

This course is an introduction to microelectronics. We will focus on the fundamentals of microelectronic circuits and emphasize the design-oriented approaches. The topics include:

- Semiconductor transistors
- Bipolar transistors
- MOSFETs

- Single-stage amplifiers
- Common emitter/source amplifiers
- Common base/gate amplifiers
- Followers

- Operational amplifiers
- Frequency response

** Course Schedule **

**Lectures**- Tue/Thu 10:10am-12:00pm @ EECS 105

**Office Hours**- Wed 4-6pm @ Delta 808

** TA **

- 周志憲, warrigal_xox@hotmail.com

** Textbook **

- Behzad Razavi, Fundamentals of Microelectronics, Wiley, 2008

## EE2280 Logic Design (Fall 2013)

This course introduces the basic theories of digital logic design and the implementations of logic circuits. The topics include:

- Binary systems
- Boolean algebra and logic gates
- Gate-level minimization
- Combinational logic
- Synchronous sequential logic
- Memory & programmable logic
- Register transfer level

** Course Schedule **

**Lectures**- Tue/Thu 1:20pm-3:10pm @ EECS 206

**Office Hours**- Thu 3:30pm-5:30pm @ Delta 808, or by appointment

** TAs **

- 周志憲, warrigal_xox@hotmail.com
- 賴李沛毅, maitanium@gmail.com
- TA hours to be announced

** Textbook **

- M. Morris Mano and Charles Kime, Logic and Computer Design Fundamentals, Prentice Hall, 2008