EE 382-01

Introduction to Design

First Class of the New Year is  

January 18, 2017

Instructors: Anders Jorgensen and Rene Arechiga, Electrical Engineering Dept, New Mexico Tech.

Location: Workman 116

Class Schedule: 

MW 14:00 to 16:50 hrs.  

Course Credit: 3 cr.

Prerequisites: EE 308 (and EE 308L) - Microcontrollers, EE 321 (and EE 321L ) - Analog Electronics, EE 333 - Electricity and Magnetism, EE 341 - Signals and Systems. Must have declared Electrical Engineering as major.

Course Overview:  

A course in design methodology as applied to a particular problem in electrical engineering. For a given project, students will integrate their formal course work with the use of computer - aided tools to design, construct, evaluate, and document a prototype system.

Course Objectives:  

    Students will:
  • Work in teams
  • Implement key aspects of a design process
  • Design and build a prototype electronic system
  • Conduct experiments to characterize and verify design
  • Communicate aspects of the design process through oral presentations and written documents
  • Manage the design process adhering to a fixed schedule

Updated Jan. 18, 2017 (R. Arechiga)