Portland-State-University 2014-2015 Bulletin

ECE 436 Applications in Electromagnetics, Optic, and Acoustics

Introduction applications of electromagnetics (EM), optics, and acoustics in engineering fields. Specific topics will change, but may include (EM): antenna design, electromagnetic interference, microwave and terahertz sensing, waveguide design, and wireless communications; (optics) lasers and LEDs, holography, diffraction and scattering; (acoustics) commercial audio, underwater acoustics, medical ultrasound, and active noise control. Course content will consist of project-based laboratory activities and reading assignments from current publications. Also offered for graduate-level credit as ECE 536 and may be taken only once for credit.




Prerequisites: ECE 331, ECE 332.
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