Outcome 3 Competencies

Competencies Class Number
Ability to design, analyze, and demonstrate a working integrated stereo audio amplifier system. ECEn 240
Ability to design and test a digital system that includes I/O, state machines and combinational networks ECEn 220
Ability to design major components of a simple microprocessor. ECEn 220
Ability to understand and develop circuit designs in a professional manner. ECEn 340
Ability to modify a CPU design to add instructions and to improve the overall efficiency of pipelined execution. ECEn 424
Ability to design and connect transmission lines with devices. ECEn 362
Ability to design and implement a real-time application. ECEn 425
Ability to design and implement a real-time kernel. ECEn 425
Ability to interface to a processor or I/O bus. ECEn 427
Ability to design mixers, modulators, and power stages. ECEn 443
Ability to design a mixed-signal IC in CMOS (4000~6000 transistor design including ADC or DAC chips). ECEn 445
Ability to translate digital logic to CMOS circuits to achieve desired behavior and performance requirements. ECEn 451
Ability to perform CMOS layout. ECEn 451
Ability to design processes for fabrication of MOSFET devices. ECEn 452
Ability to model electromagnetic fields and systems using numerical algorithms and interpret results physically. ECEn 462
Ability to design the parameters of a PLL loop filter to meet given performance specifications. ECEn 485
Ability to complete a significant culminating design that draws upon the knowledge gained in prerequisite courses. ECEn 490
The ability to develop design specifications for physical systems with sensing and actuation limits. ECEn 483
The ability to design PID controllers for systems described by linear time-invariant models. ECEn 483
The ability to use loopshaping techniques to design frequency domain controllers for systems described by linear time-invariant models. ECEn 483
The ability to design observer-based controllers for systems described by linear time-invariant models. ECEn 483
Ability to write efficient interrupt service routines. ECEn 330
Ability to organize software in a complex embedded application. ECEn 330
Ability to complete a significant culminating design that draws upon the knowledge gained in prerequisite and concurrently enrolled course. ECEn 390
Ability to combine new technology with custom built components. ECEn 390
Application of basic microfabrication processes to design semiconductor device fabrication process flows. ECEn 450
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