Education

Courses often taught by faculty at CWiNs group:
  • EENG 5532: Wireless Communications (Graduate/Undergraduate): The concepts and techniques of wireless communication systems are covered in this course including propagation channels, communication link analysis, transceivers, signal processing, and multiple access schemes. Graduate students will complete an independent research project which involves a written and oral presentation not required at the undergraduate level.
  • EENG 5540: Communications Systems (Graduate/Undergraduate): The theory and principles of communication systems are presented in this course. Topics covered include AM and FM modulations, transmission and reception, noise and random processes, pulse modulation, and digital transmission techniques. Laboratory emphasizes modeling and simulation using MATLAB programming.
  • TMAE 7331 Advanced Digital Signal Processing (Graduate): This course discusses advanced topics in digital signal processing such as implementation of discrete-time systems, design of FIR/IIR digital filters, sampling and reconstruction of signals, multi-rate digital signal processing, linear prediction and optimum linear filters, and power spectrum estimation.
  • TMAE 7891: Wireless Body Area Networks:Individualized experimentation, research, study related to electrical engineering (Adaptive Wireless Networks). The specific topic was (will be) approved by a faculty member in the program, and credit will be assigned commensurate with the magnitude of the study.
  • EENG 559X: Cyber Security for Networked Systems¬†(Special Topics): Emerging Topics in cyber-security, networking, communications, computing and control.
  • TMAE 7891: Adaptive Wireless Networks: Individualized experimentation, research, study related to electrical engineering (Adaptive Wireless Networks). The specific topic was (will be) approved by a faculty member in the program, and credit will be assigned commensurate with the magnitude of the study.
  • EENG 4621: Senior Project II: In this second sequence of the senior capstone project, students will start the implementation process of their projects including CAE/CAD software development, program writing, printed circuit board fabrication, systems testing, and performance evaluation. Course requirements include weekly progress reports, oral presentations, a comprehensive final report, and a final project demonstration.



























































































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