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EENG-425/525 - Introduction to Antennas (II)

This course provides an introduction to antennas and antenna arrays. Theoretical analysis and use of computer programs for antenna analysis and design will be presented. Experimental tests and demonstrations will also be conducted to complement the theoretical analysis.

Prerequisite: EENG 386

3 lecture hours, 3 semester hours.

EENG-427/527 - Wireless Communications (I or II)

This course provides an introduction to antennas and antenna arrays. Theoretical analysis and use of computer programs for antenna analysis and design will be presented. Experimental tests and demonstrations will also be conducted to complement the theoretical analysis.

Prerequisite: EENG 386, EENG 388 and EENG 311

3 lecture hours, 3 semester hours.

EENG-311 - Information Systems Science II (I,II)

This course covers signals and noise in electrical systems. Topics covered include information theory, signal to noise ratio, random variables, probability density functions, statistics, noise, matched filters, coding and entropy, power spectral density, and bit error rate. Applications are taken from radar, communications systems, and signal processing.

Prerequisite: EENG388

3 hours lecture; 3 semester hours

EGGN491 Senior Design I
3 credits

EGGN492 Senior Design II
3 credits