A Comprehensive, Laboratory-Enchanced Signals and Communications Curriculum
This material was developed with the support of the National Science Foundation under Grant No. 0310150.Abstract
PI: Jeff Frolik, Assistant Professor
Electrical and Computer Engineering
University of Vermont
33 Colchester, 357 Votey
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2004 American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) Annual Conference, Salt Lake City, UT
2005 American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) Annual Conference, Portland, OR
2005 NSF EEC Project Review
This project incorporates hands-on laboratory experience into three undergraduate, electrical engineering courses offered in the junior and senior year. In addition, a dedicated laboratory course is being enhanced through the adaptation of experiments originally developed at the University of South Florida. The links below access the laboratory experiments developed for the courses (note that this is a work in progress).
EE 174: Intro to Communication Systems Objectives: To provide the theoretical foundation necessary to understand modern communication systems and to introduce several modes of communications.
EE 186: Telecommunications Lab Objectives: To learn to characterize fundamental RF hardware components both as subsystems and as an integrated system. To learn and apply wireless communication measurement techniques for both analog and digital systems.
EE 273: Digital Communications Objectives: To develop techniques for the analysis of modern communications systems in the presence of noise. To investigate new trends in telecommunications.
EE 278: Wireless Communication Systems Objectives: To provide the theoretical foundation needed to understand and analyze modern wireless communication systems.
Electrical and Computer Engineering Department / University of
Vermont / Burlington, Vermont, U.S.A.
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