Class Restriction And Registration Summary

 

EE 60558 - Section 01: Microwave Circuit Desgn & Meas (CRN 12135)
Long Title: Microwave Circuit Design and Measurement

Course Description:
This course is an introduction to microwave circuit design and analysis techniques, with particular emphasis on applications for modern microwave communication and sensing systems. An integrated laboratory experience provides exposure to fundamental measurement techniques for device and circuit characterization at microwave frequencies. Students will develop an enhanced understanding of circuit design and analysis principles as applied to modern microwave circuits, as well as become familiar with design techniques for both hand analysis and computer-aided design. An appreciation for basic measurement techniques for characterization of microwave devices, circuits and systems through laboratory experiments will also be developed. Fall.

Associated Term: Fall Semester 2012
Campus: Main
Credits: 3
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course may not be repeated


Corequisites:
EE 61558



Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels:
Employee Non-Degree (EM) ,  Graduate Non-Degree (GD) ,  Graduate (GR)
Must be enrolled in one of the following Campuses:
Main (M)

Course Attributes:
ZTST - Final exam

Registration Availability (Overflow: Off )
  Maximum Actual Remaining
TOTAL 15 12 3



Crosslist Information
Class Information Maximum Actual Remaining
EE  40458 01, CRN 12134  (Primary) 19 4 15
EE  60558 01, CRN 12135   15 12 3
Total 34 16 18
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Enrollment History » EE 60558 Microwave Circuit Desgn & Meas (CRN 12135)
Enrollment over the last three years
Course was recently taught in FA09, FA11
Average number of students: 11
Composition of Students First Year Soph Junior Senior/5th Grad/Prof
FYS          
Architecture          
Arts and Letters       4%  
Business          
Engineering     13% 33% 42%
Science         8%
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