Ideal Sources and Passive Components.
Linear Resistive Networks.
Non-linear Resistive Networks.
Digital Abstraction.
Digital Representation and Processing
Energy Storage.
Elementary Discussion of Solid State Devices.

Time Varying Signals:
Step Response of Resistor -Capacitor (RC) Circuit
Step Response of Resistor - Inductor (RL) Circuit:
Step Response of Resistor -Inductor – Capacitor (RC) Circuit
Impulse Response of Resistor - Capacitor (RC) Circuit
Impulse Response of Resistor – Inductor (RL) Circuit
Impulse Response of Resistor - Inductor – Capacitor (RLC) Circuit
Single-Phase Alternating Current Circuits
Sinusoidal Steady State Response of Resistor - Capacitor Circuit
Sinusoidal Steady State Response of Resistor - Inductor Circuit:
Sinusoidal Steady State Response of Resistor - Inductor - Capacitor Circuit:
Magnetic Circuits:

Review of Computer Systems: Computer Hardware, Operating systems, Application software and Programming languages.
MATLAB: Review of matrix algebra, MATLAB programming environment, numerical methods with MATLAB, introduction to symbolic mathematics, GUIDE interface programming. Data acquisition, digital signal processing and embedded systems in MATLAB.
SIMULINK: Introduction to SIMULINK, block-sets, building custom blocks, editing blocks. Setting up and running simulations. Simulation of electrical and electronics systems.
SPICE and MultiSim: Introduction to electronic component modeling and simulation. Models of common components; resistors, capacitors, inductors, diodes, small signal amplifiers and power amplifiers. Models of op-amps, linear integrated circuits and digital circuits. Basic circuit simulation in SPICE.
LabVIEW: Introduction to LabVIEW Environment, Modular Programming, Loops, Arrays, Clusters, Plotting Data, Making Decisions, Strings and File I/O, Data Acquisition and Waveforms, Instrument Controls.
OrCAD: circuit drawing, printed circuit board layout, exporting circuit diagrams to PCB layout.

Prerequisite: CSC 201

Elementary physical electronics.
Semiconductor fundamentals.
Charge conduction mechanisms.
P-N Junctions Electrostatics:
MOS Electrostatics
Digital Abstraction.
Simple digital circuits:
CMOS inverter,
Other logic gates, and
Other digital circuits.
Pre-requisite EEE 202

PN Junction Diode:
Bipolar Junction Transistor
Single Stage Amplifiers:
Frequency Response of Single Stage Amplifiers:
Methods of analyzing Frequency response
Multistage Transistor Amplifiers
Differential Amplifiers:
Other Amplifiers:
Pre-requisite: EEE 301

Magnetic circuits, magnetic coupling, mutual inductance
Principles of windings – Lap, wave windings.
Coupled circuits, Air cored transformers equivalent circuits, Iron cored transformers, equivalent circuits, Referred impedance, no-load tests, short circuit tests and efficiency of single phase transformers. Three phase transformers. Group connection of windings, auto transformers, instrument transformers.
D.C. Machines
Armature winding, principles of commutation. Torque and emf expressions. Generator and motor configurations. Characteristics of series, shunt, and compound wound motors. Speed control and electric braking, crossed field machines, commutator machines.
Prerequisite: EEE 202

Induction Machines:
Magnetic flux, distribution of induced emf, equivalent circuit, power balance, equivalent circuit referred to stator. Torque-slip characteristics for generating and motoring actions. The circle diagram. Methods of starting and speed control. Double cage induction motor. Single phase motors.
Synchronous Machines:
Synchronous machines theory. Equivalent circuit and phasor diagrams for cylindrical rotor. Effect of change in excitation, the V-characteristics with regards to transmission lines. Short circuit analysis of synchronous machine, d-, q-axis analysis of salient pole machines.
Prerequisite: EEE 303

(CPE203 is Equivalent to 85% of the course content)
Boolean algebra
Information representation
CMOS technology
Combinational Logic
Programmable/Reconfigurable Logic:
Sequential Logic:
Static D latch
Clocked Sequential Circuits
Metastability and Arbitration
Control Structures
Fundamentals of Computing
Prerequisite: EEE 202

(CPE 401 is Equivalent to 80 % of the course content)
Fundamentals of Computing
Programmable Architecture
Instruction Set Architecture
Machine Model
Machine Language Programming
Computer System Communication Issues
Memory hierarchy
Operating System Issues
Pre-requisite: EEE 305

Review of device models.
Digital Building Blocks
Storage Elements and Sequential circuits:
Circuit Techniques for Array Architectures
Energy Consumption
Timing Issues
Memory Architectures Prerequisite: EEE 301

Signals and Systems
System Properties
Fourier Series
Fourier Transform.
Sampling of CT Signals.
Sinusoidal Modulation
Laplace Transforms and Applications
Feedback Systems
z-Transform and Applications
Prerequisite: EEE 201 & EEE 202

Introduction to Signals and Measuring Systems:
Modeling of Measuring Systems:
Analog Signal Processing
Analog to Digital and Digital to Analog Conversion
Prerequisite: EEE 201 & 202

Review of Electrostatics
Review of Magnetostatic Fields
Boundary Value Problems
Time Varying Electromagnetic Field
Maxwell’s Equations and its Applications
Waves: Solution of wave equations
Scattering of Waves at Boundaries
Prerequisite: EEE 202

Introduction to Power Systems:
Properties of Three-Phase Systems:
Energy Sources:
Components of Power Generating System:
Transmission Line and Underground Cables:
Design and Organization of Power Stations.
Power system equipment: Standards and safety.

Prerequisite: EEE 304

Network synthesis: realizability of driving point impedance, Synthesis of two-terminal networks. Foster Form realization, minimum phase and non-minimum phase networks.
The approximation problem in network theory. Passive filter design and synthesis. Spectral transforms and their application in the synthesis of high-pass and band-pass filters.
Op Amps as independent sources. The use of independent sources to change the poles and zeros of transfer functions. Active network realization.
Prerequisite: EEE 302

Control System Concepts and Components: Transfer functions of electrical and control systems:
Frequency Domain: Introduction to Transfer Functions
Time Domain: General State Space Representation

Time Response of Systems:
Reduction of Multiple Subsystems:
System Stability:
Prerequisite: EEE 306

Basic concepts of a communication system – Source, channel and user. Baseband signals and systems analysis: Fourier series, Fourier transforms Impulse response, frequency response, Distortion and Group delay. Amplitude modulation and demodulation methods. Comparison of AM systems. Angle modulation and demodulation; Wideband and narrowband FM, Sampling principles, theorems and techniques. Quantization; Companding, Pulse modulation: PAM, PWM and PCM. Delta modulation, Adaptive delta modulation, differential PCM. Data transmission and reception: Binary ASK, FSK, and PSK; M-ary FSK and PSK, QAM.
Prerequisite: EEE 306

Waves and particles, review of Schrödinger wave mechanics and applications, formulation of quantum mechanics using state vectors, linear operators and matrices. Postulates of quantum mechanics, Quantum theory of measurements; Uncertainty principle: commutation relations. Angular momentum operator; spin, central force problems. Applications including tunneling, one-electron atoms and rigid rotator. Many-particle systems. Distinguishable and identical particles, symmetrization. Pauli exclusion principles. Spin and statistics. Applications.
Prerequisite: EEE 311

Linear controls systemsStability:
Nyquist Stability Criterion, Bode Diagram approach, root locus and root contour method.
Design of linear servo systems
State Space systems
Compensation designs using the Bode and root locus methods
Multiple loop feedback systems
Minimization of unwanted disturbances
Single and multiterm electronic process controllers
Hydraulic and pneumatic controllers
Sensitivity of control systems
Prerequisite: EEE 407

Discrete-Time Systems and Sampling
Digital Processors
Digital Filters
Introduction to Spectral Analysis
Introduction to Adaptive Filtering
Introduction to Signal Compression
Prerequisite: EEE 308

Introduction to Probability
Random Variables
Multiple Random Variables
Functions of Random Variables
Moments and Conditional Statistics
Random Processes
Correlation Functions
Power Density Spectrum
Prerequisite: AGE 302

Design and organization of power supply: rated voltages and frequency. Types of power consumers and their characteristics. Electrical installation in residential and industrial buildings
Lighting systems and installation: Lighting control circuits. Electrical heating: heating of buildings, electrical furnaces, electrical welding, air conditioning and refrigeration. Electro-chemical processes.
Motor control for industrial system: General and special factory drives.
Regulations on installation and operation of electrical equipment. Metering and tariff systems.
Prerequisite: EEE 401

Design of Measurement Systems.
Signal Recovery. ADCs and DACs.
Digital signal processing
Introduction to Biomedical-Electronics and medical instrumentation.
Prerequisite: EEE 310

Review of transmission line theory. Wave equations. Common waveguides. Propagation in rectangular waveguides, attenuation in guides, guide terminations, Striplines and Microstriplines. Smith’s Chart. Impedance matching and tuning: Lumped element. Quarter-wave impedance transformer. Resonant cavities. Radio wave propagation: Atmosphere and multipath effects, Signal fading and channel noise. Antennas: Dipole, Loop and monopole; Radiation pattern and Antenna arrays.
Prerequisite: EEE 311

Radio spectrum, ITU and spectrum management, Transmission lines and scattering parameters; Design of RF components (low noise amplifiers, power amplifiers, oscillators, RF power detector, active and passive mixers); Properties and representation of noise; passive device design (microstrip lines); active device design (bipolar and FETs). Parametric amplifiers, Microwaves solid state components; TWT, Klystons and their applications.
Prerequisite EEE 409

Review of probability for information theory, measure of information, entropy, Lossless source coding and data compression methodology using Huffman coding, Arithmetic coding and Lempel – Ziv algorithms, Material information; channel capacity. Different channel coding system: Error detection and correction codes using block and convolution codes. Random signals. Autocorrelation functions and power spectral densities. Optimal signal processing.
Prerequisite EEE 409

Tropospheric propagation: Special features of VHF and UHF propagation. Propagation characteristics at microwave frequencies Design of microwave links system. Effect of ionosphere on radio waves. Satellite communication systems, Multiple access methods in satellite communication. Earth stations for international communications. Mobile radio communications: simplex, half-simplex or full duplex, FDD, TDD cordless telephone systems cellular systems: System design fundamentals.
Prerequisite EEE 409

Introduction to telephony, signaling system. Principles of automatic telephone; strowger and cross bar exchanges, Electronic switching system. Traffic considerations. Telex and facsimile transmission, data transmission.
Introduction to television Engineering, Black and white Television broadcasting, colour television systems. Cable TV systems.
Submarine Cable Systems, Optical fibre communication systems.
Prerequisite: EEE 513

Introduction to communication networks: point-to-point and networked communications. Time, Space and frequency division multiplexing, Packet switched networks. Multi access communication, local area networks and wide area network services. Error control protocols, Synchronous data link control (SDLC). Routing algorithms, various Internet networking issues. Integrated Services digital Networks: Narrowband and broadband ISDN, ATM, Traffic issues. Wireless propagation channel, Cellular systems, Media access in wireless networks. Communication network simulation.
Prerequisite: EEE 513

State Space Modeling: Derivation of Models - Modeling with differential equations, Block diagrams, signal flow graphs
The State Transition Matrix, derivation of the solution of state space systems, calculation of the state transition matrix, solutions using the state transition matrix. Transfer Function Analysis/Mason's Gain Formula Controllable, Observable, and Jordan Forms and other Canonical forms of Systems representations.
Controllability, Observability, Stability, Asymptotic Stability, BIBO Stability. Lyapunov stability analysis; 1st and 2nd method of Liapunov; stability analysis of linear and non-linear systems using the Liapunov method. Optimal control theory and application.
Pole Placement using State Feedback, Pole Placement using Output Feedback, State Observers/Reduced Order Observers. Application of calculus of variation, dynamic programming and Pontryagins maximum principles; Time optimal control system, optima systems based on the quadratic performance indices LQR / LQG.
H2 and Hinf system design, Introduction to Robust Control Design.
Minimum time problem minimum fuel consumption problem minimum energy problem. Liapunov second and approach to solution of optimal control problems. Model reference control system. Introduction to Adaptive control system.
Prerequisite EEE 407

Non-linear differential equations. Characteristics of non-linear systems; common non-linearities. Analysis of non-linear systems: Linearizing approximations, piecewise linear approximation, the describing function concept and derivation for common non-linearities, the dual input describing function; stability analysis using the describing function. Limit cycle prediction. The phase plane method construction of phase trajectories, transient analysis by the phase plane method. Stability analysis of non-linear systems using Liapunov method. Introduction to sample data systems; The z-transforms; pulse transfer function and stability analysis in the z-plane.
Prerequisite: EEE 503

Introduction to reliability, maintainability, availability and elementary reliability theory. Application to power systems and electronic components. Climatic factors affecting reliability of electrical components and devices.
Introduction to the design of electronic equipment. Specification including environmental factors such as vibration, humidity and temperature. Tolerance and safety measures, Reliability and testing, Duplication of least reliable parts (standby), Ergonomics, aesthetics and economics. Miniature and micro miniature construction using printed circuit boards and integrated circuits. Maintainability. Computer based design methods. Virtual Instrumentation.
Prerequisite: EEE 310

Introduction to concepts in modeling and simulation

Analog simulations:
Study of differential equations
Generation of time base reference
Amplitude and time scaling
Simulation of control systems from block diagrams
Transfer functions and state equations
Analog memory and its applications
Repetitive and iterative operation of an analogue computer
Digital simulation:
Comparison of digital and analog/hybrid simulation
Modeling & Simulation software packages
Study of a few algorithms of interest in modeling and simulation: genetic algorithms, Monte Carlo techniques etc
Prerequisite: EEE 521

Review of Classical and Modern Control
Digital Control Systems
Hierarchical Control Architectures
Rule-based Systems
Adaptive Control and Self-learning Systems
Fuzzy Logic and its Application in Control
Neural Network and Neural Control
Genetic Algorithms
Expert and planning System

Introduction to power semiconductor components. Power rectifier and circuits; half wave, full wave and three phase full wave rectifier circuit controlled rectifier circuits; one phase one half wave, full wave three phase half and full wave controlled rectifier circuits. Voltage time area analysis single phase and poly-phase inverter circuits, harmonic analysis.
Chopper circuits: Types A and B. Four quandrant chopper circuits. A.C. to A.C. converters, A.C. to D.C. transmission links. Application of power semi-conductor circuits; regulated power supplies, uninterruptible power supplies, d-c and a-c drives. Induction heating and relays.
Prerequisite: EEE 302

Switching over-voltages; interruption of short circuits interruption of capacitive and inductive circuits, current chopping, Arc extinction. Propagation of surges in h.v. transmission lines, lightning surges. Protection from direct lightning strokes. Earthing. Protection of transmission lines and substations from lightning. Corona and radio interference. Propagation of surges in transformers. Means of reducing overvoltages. Insulation coordination.
Concept of breakdown in gases, vacuum, liquids and solids;
Insulation of overhead line and substation, busbars, isolators and circuit breakers insulation.
Insulation of transformers; generators, cable and condensers. Preventive testing of insulation, processes in a multi-layer dielectric, measurement of tan δ , capacitance, partial discharge voltage distribution, leakage resistance.
Prerequisite: EEE 403

Overhead Transmission Lines:
Transmission line parameters (R, L and C) calculations. Equivalent circuits of transmission lines, Underground cables; types and parameters.
Modeling of Power Components:
Transformers, transmission lines, and synchronous machines;
System Modeling:

per unit calculations, network matrices
Power Flow Analysis:
Gauss Siedel, Newton-Raphson, and Fast decoupled methods
Control of voltage, real and reactive power in load flow problems.
Faults in Power Systems:
Short-circuit analysis of synchronous machines. Symmetrical and unsymmetrical fault analysis.
Prerequisite: EEE 403

System Stability:
Transient stability swing equation, equal area criterion, multimachine stability, power system stabilizers
Automatic Generation Control and Voltage Regulation
Power System Protection:
Circuit breakers, relays, instrument transformers, protective schemes control circuits, Protection of transmission lines, transformers, generators and motors. Automatic reclosure and cut-in of standby supply.
Power System Planning:
Design considerations and load forecasting. Area Co-ordination and Pooling, Siting of new generation stations. Station management and maintenance routine.
Prerequisite: EEE 535

Semiconductor Fundamentals
Conduction Mechanisms
Poisson and Continuity Equations
MOS Transistors
PN Junction Diode
Bipolar Junction Transistor
Prerequisite: EEE 302 & EEE 411

Introduction to VLSI
CMOS Processing Technology
Circuit Characterization and Performance Estimation
Circuit Simulation Combinational Circuit Design. Design Methodology and
Testing and Verification Subsystem : Data path Subsystems, Array Subsystems, Special-Purpose Subsystems. Pre-requisite: EEE301

Maxwell Equations: Propagation of plane waves, optical fibers: dispersion, attenuation, and nonlinear effects in waveguides.
Optical Sources: Optical spectra of atoms, molecules and solids, light emitting diodes, laser fundamentals and semiconductor lasers, optical amplifiers
Noise and Detection: Optical detectors, noise in optical detectors.
Optical Devices: Optical waveguide modulators, fiber optic sensors
Prerequisite: EEE 311 and 411

Historic Development, Quantum Mechanical aspects, Nano-defects, Nanolayers, and Nanoparticles. Selected Solid State Devices with Nano-crystaline structures, Nano-structuring, extension of conventional devices by Nano-techniques, Innovative Electronic Devices based on Nanostructures.

Prerequisite: EEE 545

Crystal Growth, Thermal Oxidation, Photolithography, Etching, Diffusion, Ion-Implantation, Film Deposition, Metallization, Layout, Process Integration, IC Manufacturing, MEMs, CAD tools for Microfabrication (e.g. SUPREM, PROLITH etc) Future Trends and Challenges.

Vacuum Technology and Plasmas
Substrate Modification and Doping
Thin Film Deposition:
Pattern Definition & Transfer
Interconnects and Contacts
Process Integration Examples
Process Simulation
Prerequisite: EEE 545