Electronics Engineering Technology

The following is a list of classes offered for the Electronics Engineering Technology/Electrical Engineering programs at Oregon Tech Wilsonville. Please review the Advising Guide and Projected Course Planner for details on when the courses are offered. Information on textbooks used for every course can be found at the Oregon Tech Bookstore website. Descriptions for other courses can be found in the latest Oregon Tech catalog.

EE 221: Circuits I (3-3-4)

DC and AC principles and analysis. Ohm’s law. Kirchhoff’s laws. Nodal analysis. Loop analysis. Source transformations. Thevenin and Norton equivalent circuits. Maximum power transfer. Sinosoidal signals. Basic magnetic fields. Lenz’s law. Induced currents. Inductance. Basic electric fields. Capacitance. Reactance. Complex impedance. Phasors and steady-state analysis. 
Corequisite: MATH 251. (Note: Can be used for EET 217).

EE 223: Circuits II (3-3-4)

Single phase AC power. Transformers. Balanced three-phase power. Ideal op-amp. Basic op-amp circuits. First- and second-order circuits and transients. Steady-state frequency response. Bode plots. First- and second-order passive filters (LP, HP, BP). Resonance. Active op-amp filters. 
Prerequisite: EE 221, with grade “C” or better, 
Corequisite: MATH 252. (Note: Can be used for EET 218).

EE 320: Advanced Circuits & Systems Analysis (4-3-5)

Methods of circuit analysis and circuit theorems. Introduction to the Laplace transform and its applications. Advanced circuit analysis using Laplace transforms techniques. Transfer function analysis. Impulse and frequency response of circuits and systems. Bode plots. Stability. 
Prerequisite: MATH 252.

EE 321: Electronics I (4-3-5)

Basic semiconductor theory. Diodes and diode circuits. Bipolar-junction transistor (BJT). Ebers- Moll model. BJT amplifiers (CE, CB & CD). Multistage and differential amplifiers. Metal- Oxide-Semiconductor Field-Effect Transistor (MOSFET). MOSFET amplifiers (CS, CG & CD). Multistage MOSFET amplifiers. OP-amps. Prerequisite: EE 223 with grade “C” or better.

EE 323: Electronics II (4-3-5)

Current sources. Current mirrors. Cascode active loads. Multistage amplifiers. Differential amplifiers. Frequency response. Miller’s theorem. Negative feedback amplifier types: Voltage, Current, transconductance and transresistance. Stability and pole location. Gain and phase margins. Frequency compensation. 
Prerequisites: EE 320 and EE 321, both with grade “C” or better.

EE 325: Electronics III (4-3-5)

Real operational amplifiers and basic circuits. Output stages. Power amplifiers. Filters, passive and active. Oscillators. Wave-shaping circuits. D/A and A/D circuits. 
Prerequisite: EE 323, with grade “C” or better. 

EE 331: Digital System Design with HDL (3-3-4)

Introduces the student to a Hardware Description Language and describes its role in digital design. Dataflow, Behavioral and Structural Modeling, Logic Partitioning, Hierarchical Design, CPLDs and FPGAs. DC Parameters and CPLD Timing Models. Design examples including keyboard scanner, counters, ALUs, multipliers and controllers. 
Prerequisite: EET 216, with grade “C” or better.

EE 333: Microcontroller Engineering (3-3-4)

Microcontroller engineering using popular microcontroller, internal structures and control units, timing, interrupts and memory interfacing, assembly language programming specific to microcontroller, on-chip peripheral devices.
Prerequisite: EET 216 or EE 331 with grade “C” or better.

EE 335: Advanced Microcontroller Engineering (3-3-4)

Second course Microcontroller Engineering, further use programmable microcontroller peripherals, A/D conversion, PWM, synchronous serial. 
Prerequisite: EE 333 with grade “C” or better.

EE 341: Electricity and Magnetism with Transmission Lines (4-0-4)

Review vector calculus. Flux, potential, gradient, divergence, curl and field intensity. Static electric and magnetic fields. Maxwell’s equations. Boundary conditions. Uniform plane waves in media and free space. Reflection and transmission at interfaces. Propagation of guided waves. Transmission line. Antennas. 
Prerequisites: EE 221 with grade “C” or better; MATH 254N and PHY 222.

EE 343: Solid-State Electronic Devices (3-0-3)

Crystal properties and growth of semiconductors. Atoms and electrons. Energy bands and charge carriers in semiconductors. Excess carriers in semiconductors. p-n junctions. FETs and BJTs. Optoelectronic devices. High-frequency and high-power devices. 
Prerequisite: PHY 222.

EE 401: Communication Systems (4-3-5)

Signal Analysis, Fourier series, Fourier Transforms; Analog signal transmission and Reception (AM, FM, PM); effects of noise in Analog Sys- tems. Digital Data and Communication Systems; effects of noise in Digital Systems.
Prerequisites: EE 341 with grade “C” or better; MATH 465.

EE 419: Power Electronics (3-3-4)

Power electronic device characteristics. Converter circuits: AC/DC, DC/DC, DC/AC. Converter design, modeling and control. Drive and snubber circuits. Thermal and magnetic effects. 
Prerequisite: EE 321 with grade “C” or better.

EE 421: Analog Integrated Circuit Design (4-3-5)

Models of IC active devices. Review single- transistor and multiple-transistor amplifiers. Current mirrors, active loads, and references. Output stages. Operational amplifiers with single-ended outputs. Frequency response of ICs, noise in ICs, bipolar, MOS and BiCMOS IC technology. 
Prerequisites: EE 325 and EE 343, both with grade “C” or better.

EE 423: CMOS Digital Integrated Circuit Design (4-3-5)

MOSFETs, threshold voltage, body effect, channel length, CMOS, inverter characteristics, transmission gates, performance (latch-up, parameter estimation, capacitance), domino logic, registers, scan test, layout. 
Prerequisites: EET 216 and EE 321, both with grade “C” or better.

EE 430: Linear Systems and Digital Signal Processing (4-3-5)

Introduction to signals and systems. Spectral analysis techniques. Fourier Series and the continuous-time Fourier transform (CTFT). Discrete-time Fourier transform (DTFT) and digital Fourier transform (DFT). Computational spectral analysis using the FFT. FIR and IIR filters. Z-transform. Practical implementation of digital filters and computational spectral analysis using MATLAB. 
Prerequisite: EE 320.

EE 432: Advanced Digital System Design with HDL (3-3-4)

Advanced digital signal design with hardware description languages such as VHDL and Verilog. Practical application of principles of digital design to system design using FPGAs. Completion of a FPGA-based system design project.
Prerequisite: EE 331.

EE 456: Control Systems Design  (2-3-3)

Continuous-domain systems and Laplace transform review. System modeling, identification and linearization. System response and stability analysis. Classical tracking and regulating controller design using computers. PID tuning. Lab exercises in modeling, design and implementation. Student must register for a laboratory section. 
Prerequisite: EE 225, EE 321 both with grade 'C' or better.

ENGR 267: Engineering Programming  (2-3-3)

Computer programming principles. Control structures. Structural programming principles. Functions and scripts. MATLAB programming. LabVIEW programming. Application of engineering programming principles in projects.
Prerequisite: MATH 251.

ENGR 465: Capstone Project  (0-6-2)

Students apply material learned in other courses, develop expertise on a specific topic, work closely with a faculty member to implement the project and improve professional communication skills by writing a project report. Course may be repeated for credit. 
Prerequisites: Junior standing and instructor permission.

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  • BSEET TEGA (Advising Guide)
    A summary of all the courses required to earn a Bachelor's of Science in Electronics Engineering Technology at Oregon Tech Wilsonville.
  • IconEE(T) Projected Course Planner Guide
    A listing of all EE(T) core courses expected to be offered each term, including class time and the day of the week that they will be taught.

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