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ECE Courses by TIG

Course NumberCourse Title and Catalog Description



To present the laws and applications of electromagnetics.


Introduction to Radar and Electromagnetic Sensing

Radar transmission, scattering, detection. Air traffic control, meteorological, others. Signal processing, doppler shifts, tracking, estimation, rain and clutter, atmospheric propagation, antennas. Remote sensing, LIDAR, SONAR.


Antennas and Wave Propagation in Matter

Basic methods for characterizing the electromagnetic properties of common materials (geophysical, biological, etc.) and techniques for analyzing antennas and wave propagation in these materials.


Microwave Design

Applications of electromagnetic theory to microwave components and systems. Introduction to the latest characterization and design techniques including monolithic microwave integrated circuit (MMIC) technology.


Topics in Analytical Electromagnetics

An in-depth treatment of several analytical techniques used in current practice for solving real-world EM wave propagation problems and their impact on wireless communications.


Electromagnetic Compatibility

To study electromagnetic interference and susceptibility of electrical systems, with application to analog and digital circuits.


Electromagnetic Radiation and Antennas

The fundamentals of electromagnetic radiation and antennas.


Antenna Engineering

Basic theory, application, and design of a broad range of antennas.


Introduction to Computational Electromagnetics

The practical application of the finite-difference time-domain and finite element techniques to electromagnetic problems. Computer projects are required.


Antenna Engineering Laboratory

Experimentation to develop a practical understanding of antennas and their properties.


Applied Electromagnetics

The methodology and application of advanced electromagnetic theory.


Microwave Design Laboratory

This laboratory course will teach microwave measurement/design fundamentals for both passive and active components. Students will use both CAD tools and network analyzers.


RF-Microwave Measurement Laboratory

RF/microwave measurement theory and techniques. Use of state-of-the-art equipment operating into the GHz range.


Satellite Communications and Navigation Systems

To introduce satellite communications and navigation system design including microwave transmission, satellite transponders, earth station hardware and satellite networks. A design project is required.


Topics in Computational Electromagnetics

Computational approaches for applications such as radar signature prediction, microwave antenna and device design, and modeling techniques for electronic packaging.


Electromagnetic and Microwave Applications

presents concepts of electromagnetics applied to the design of microwave/RF circuits, modules, and systems encompassing transmission and radiation for applications up to optical frequencies