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Electrical Engineering

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...0 Term 6 ECE 301 Foundations of Electric Circuits II 4.0 ECE 361 Probability...

Computer Engineering

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...Algebra with ECE Applications 3.0 Term Credits 16.0 Term 6 ECE 301 Foundations...

Engineering Management BS/MS

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...4.0 ECEL 301 [ WI ] Electrical Engineering Laboratory 2.0 ECES 301 Signals and Systems...

Systems Engineering BS/MS

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...0 Third Year Fall ECE 362 Engineering Statistics 3.0 ECES 301 Signals and Systems...

Project Management

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...4.0 ECEL 301 [ WI ] Electrical Engineering Laboratory 2.0 ECES 301 Signals and Systems...

Business and Engineering

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...Computer Engineering: ECE 200 , ECE 201 , ECEL 301 [ WI ] , ECE 203 , ECES 301 Mechanical Engineering...

Minor in Entertainment Engineering

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...Engineering majors must substitute ECES 301 : Systems and Signals I for ECES 201 . Additional information...

ECE 301 Foundations of Electric Circuits II 4.0 Credits

Covers analysis of operational amplifiers, second-order electric circuits; ac power; and an introduction to the Laplace transform.

College/Department: College of Engineering
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: ECE 201 [Min Grade: D] and (ENGR 232 [Min Grade: D] or MATH 262 [Min Grade: D])

ECES 301 Signals and Systems I 4.0 Credits

This course covers time and frequency domain analysis of both continuous and discrete time signals and systems. Topics covered include a discussion of fundamental signals and basic system properties, convolution, the Fourier series, the Fourier transform, and introductory filtering. Students will learn to design and analyze the input output relationships of linear time-invariant signals, and will discuss applications in the field of electrical engineering.

College/Department: College of Engineering
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: (ECE 205 [Min Grade: D] and ECE 201 [Min Grade: D]) or (ECE 201 [Min Grade: D] and ENGR 103 [Min Grade: D])

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