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School of Architecture
1938 S. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
Tallahassee, Florida 32307-4200
 
 
DIVISION OF ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY

Course Descriptions

CET 2123 Microprocessor Fundamentals (3) CET 2123L

Microprocessor Fundamental Laboratory (1).
Prereq: CET 3195 Digital Elec­tronics. Study of architecture and microprocessor programming. Microcomputers will be discussed in detail.

 

CET 2365 C Programming for Engineering and Technology (3).
Prereq: None. Hands-on introduction to the C programming language with applications in Engineering and Technology. Includes arrays, pointers, functions, I/O operations and operations system interaction.

 

CET 3195 Digital Electronics (3) CET 3195L Digital Electronics Laboratory (1)
Coreq: EFT 3107 Electronic Devices and Circuits II. A practical treatment of digital electronics, Logic and systems including Boolean algebra, logic gates, truth-tables, multivibrators, counters, and registers.

 

CET 3350 Applied Data Structures (3).
Prereq: Programming Language course, CET 3195, and MAC 2311. Sets, relation, function, and concept of cardinality. Propositional logical and application. Periodic logic. Induction and recursion, finite state machines, grammar and languages. Lists, trees, graphs and Boolean algebra.

 

CET3468 Computer Aided Circuit Analysis (3)
Prereq: MAC 3312. A study of the available tools for computer-aided analysis and design electronic circuits. Waveform analysis, circuits in the time and frequency domain, network analysis up to microwave frequencies, Laplace transform circuit analysis, Pspice circuit simulation, and numerical calculations using available mathematical software packages.

 

CET 3930 Special Topics in Computer Engineering Technology (1-4).
Prereq: Consent of the instructor. Student receives instruction in a specialized topic or area of the Computer Engineering Technology field. May be repeated up to 9 credit hours.

 

CET 4126 Advanced Microprocessors (3)
Prereq: CET 2123 Mi­croprocessor Fundamentals, An in-depth study of advanced (1 6 bit and 32 bit) microprocessors and an introduction to DSP microprocessors Architecture, software and interfacing techniques will be studied in details.

 

CET 4149 Microprocessor Interfacing (3) CET 4149L Microprocessor Interfacing Laboratory (1).
Prereq: Programming language course, and CET 2123. Elements of microprocessor based systems; interfacing and software design for their application.

 

CET 4190 Applied Digital Signal Processing (3) CET 4190L Applied Digital Signal Processing Laboratory (3).
Prereq: CET 2123, EET 3320, and CET 3468; Integrated lecture and laboratory experience in the real-world application of digital Signal Processing theory and techniques.

 

CET 4488 Data Communications and Networking (3); CET 4488L Data Communications and Networking Laboratory (1)
Prereq: MAC 2311, and EET 3321; Communications Systems, Media, Data Communications, Networks, Local Area Networks, Networks Architectures, Communications Protocols, Cellular and Wireless Communications.

 

CET 4542 Computer Architecture (3)
Prereq: Programming language course, and CET 2123. Structure and functions of computers. Fundamentals of computer organization and architecture. Study of basic performance characteristic of computer systems including processor speed, memory speed, memory capacity, and interconnection data rate.

 

CET 4931 Special Topics in Computer Engineering Technology (1-4).
Prereq: Consent of the instructor. Students receive instruction in a specialized topic or area of the Computer Engineering Technology field. May be repeated up to 9 credit hours.

 

EET 2035 Electrical Fundamentals I (3) EET 2035L Electrical Fundamentals I Laboratory (1)
Introduction to circuit elements, resistance, endurance, capacitance, Kirchhoff's voltage and current laws; basic techniques of DC and AC circuit analysis, loop and node equations. Study of electrical sources, circuits and residential wiring.

 

EET 2036 Electrical Fundamentals II (3) EET 2036L Electrical Fundamentals II Laboratory (1)
Prereq: EET 2035 Electrical Fundamentals I. AC network problems. three phase AC, magnetic and transformers, transient analysis, circuit concepts, resonant circuits and related DC topics.

 

EET 2106 Electronic Devices and Circuits I (3) EET 2106L Electronic Devices and Circuits I Laboratory (1)
Coreq: EET 2036, First of a two-course sequence in Electronic Semiconductor diode and transistor circuit elements. Introduces the concept of circuit simplification via idealization, approximations, and an overview of semiconductor devices and their electrical properties. Emphasis is placed on circuit analysis and various small signal, linear, and power applications diodes and transistors.

 

EET 3048 Applied Electromagnetism (3)
Prereq: EET 2036 Electrical Fundamentals II; PHY 2048, PHY 2049 General Physics Iⅈ Coreq: EET3326 Advanced Communication Systems. This course provides a background in electromagnetic theory suitable for use in areas related to communications, wireless applications, high frequency radiation sources and microwave devices. Examples of these electromagnetic applications in modern engineering and science will be presented.

 

EET 3107 Electronic Devices and Circuits II (3); EET 3107L Electronic Devices and Circuits II Laboratory (1)
Prereq: EET 2106 Electronic Devices and Circuits I Second of a two-course sequence in the study of Electronic Semiconductor circuits. Covered are more computer applications including field effect transistors circuitry, amplitude/ phase shift response of transistor amplifiers, integrated circuits, negative and positive feedback circuits, voltage regulations, operational amplifiers, spectrum analysis, and harmonic distortion.

 

EET 3320 Communication Systems (3); EET 3320L Communication Systems Laboratory (1)
Prereq: EET 3107 Electronic Devices and Circuits II. Integrated lecture and laboratory experience in the study of AM and FM transmitters and receivers, TV, two-way communication systems and antennas.

 

EET 3321 Advanced Communication Systems (3); EET 3321L Advanced Communication Systems laboratory (1)
Prereq: EET 3320 Communication Systems. Integrated lecture and laboratory experience in the study of digital communication, digital networks, fiber optics, and satellite communication.

 

EET 3930 Special Topics in Electronic Engineering Technology (3-4)
Prereq: Consent of the instructor. Students receive instruction in a specialized topic or area of the Electronic Engineering Technology field. May be repeated up to 9 credit hours.

 

EET 4165 Electronics Design I (3); EET4165L Elec­tronics Design I Laboratory (1)
Prereq: EET 2106 Electronic Devices and Circuits 1. In depth study of selected topics in microelectronics including analog and digital circuit design.

 

EET 4166 Electronics Design II (3); EET 4166L Electronics Design II Laboratory (1)
Prereq: EET 4165 Electronics Design I. An in-depth study of selected topics in microelectronics including oscillator design: special wave generators and more applications on operational amplifiers.

 

EET 4328 Wireless Communications (3); Wireless Communications Laboratory (1)
Prereq: EET 3321 Advanced Communication Systems, EET 3048 Applied Electromagnetism, Probability and Statistics, Differential Equations. Introduction to the principles, concepts, and applications of wireless communications systems. Cellular radio and wireless communications will be covered in detail. Concepts at the core of these topics are presented to develop an understanding of the design and implementation of such systems. Standards for personal communications are also presented.

 

EET 4344 Microwave (3); EET 4344 Microwave Laboratory (1)
Prereq: EET 3321 Advanced Communications System or PHY 2049 Physics II. The study of magnetic fields, transmission line theory, smith chart and its applications. Design of single and double stub transformers, principles of microwave measurements and signal generation and microwave network analysis.

 

EET 4347 Microwave and Millimeter Wave Computer Aided Circuit Design (3)
Prereq: EET 4344 Microwave. An introduction to the theory and applications of microwave and millimeter wave computer aided design (CAD) programs with emphasis on monolithic microwave integrated circuits (MMICs): Review of transmission line theory, Two port network characterization and analysis, S parameters, Stability, Planar transmission lines, Microwave Filters and Matching Networks, Computer Aided Design, Basic MMIC Amplifier Design considerations.

 

EET 4735 Industrial Electronics and Control (3); EET 4735 Industrial Electronics and Control Laboratory (1)
Prereq: EET 3107 Electronic Devices and Circuits II and CET 3648 Computer Aided Circuit Analysis. Characteristics and analysis of electronic devices in modern industry system analysis, control concepts, graphical solution of network response; robots. End of arm tooling, robot controller, sensors and interfacing.

 

EET 4906 Directed Individual Study (3-6)
Prereq: Consent of the instructor. Students pursue a special project or study related to the field.

 

EET 4950 – Electronic Technical Design Proposal (1)

Prereq: Senior standing. Perform research within the area of electronics engineering technology, chose an appropriate project for senior design project, then write a proposal and present the proposal. The project should include hardware design and/or software development.

 

EET 4914 Electronic Engineering Technology Design Project (3)
Prereq: EET 4950 and Senior standing. Design and implementation of individual projects in some areas of electronic Engineering Technology.

 

EET 4941 Electronic Engineering Technology Internship (3-6)
Summer working experience in electrical or electronic industry scale measurement, and technical drawing in the student's field with computer aided design.

 

EET 4931 Special Topics in Electronic Engineering Technology (3-4)
Prereq: Consent of the instructor. Students receive instruction in a specialized topic or area of the Electronic Engineering Technology field. May be repeated up to 9 credit hours.

 
 

EST 3222 Opto-electronics and Fiber Optics (3)
EST 3222L Opto-electronics and Fiber Optics Laboratory (1) Prereq: EET 3320: Integrated lecture and laboratory experience in Optoelectronics and Fiber Optic Communication.

 

EST 4538 Instrumentation (3)
EST 4538L Instrumentation Laboratory (1) Prereq: EET 3107; CET 3195. Integrated lecture and laboratory hands-on introduction to the theory and application of electronic instrumentation to the testing, measurement and control of physical systems.