2020 Fall

  • (400.018) Creative Electronic Engineering Design
    The goal of this course is to motivate new students to have a keen interest in major courses in electrical engineering by letting them have hands-on experience utilizing open-source hardware and software. The students acquires basic skills to perform various and creative projects by carrying out practice regarding sensor devices, communication, circuits, signal processing, control, programming and so on. They are guided to complete target outputs by practicing corresponding engineering approaches in each experiment.
  • (430.759) Topics in communication(Microwave system)
    With the emergence of new-generation communication and radar systems such 5G and autonomous car, demands for microwave and millimeter-wave system engineers have rapidly increased. The objective of this course is to present the essential passive and active RF components such as antennas, amplifiers, VCO, and mixers, and also to present RF FEM performance related topics such as noise and modulations from the aspects of microwave systems. Based on these studies the student performs a receiver design project using RF design softwares.

2020 Spring

  • (430.759) Topics in Communication(Antenna Theory)
    Student can understand Fundamentals of antennas and role and function of the antennas in RF system utilizing the antennas. In addition, students can understand most commonly used antenna array configuration and select / modify proper array factor depending on system requirements. Finally, students can utilize operations and design techniques for recent applications such as mobile phone and base station.
  • (430.759) Issues in Communication System and EM wave
    To make graduate students skillful in presentation of their works in English. To teach graduate students how to prepare presentation slides.

2019 Fall

  • (400.018) Creative Electronic Engineering Design
    The goal of this course is to motivate new students to have a keen interest in major courses in electrical engineering by letting them have hands-on experience utilizing open-source hardware and software. The students acquires basic skills to perform various and creative projects by carrying out practice regarding sensor devices, communication, circuits, signal processing, control, programming and so on. They are guided to complete target outputs by practicing corresponding engineering approaches in each experiment.
  • (430.759) Issues in Communication System and EM wave
    To make graduate students skillful in presentation of their works in English. To teach graduate students how to prepare presentation slides.

2019 Spring

  • (430.203A) Electromagnetics
    Students can understand wave basics in Electromagnetics by using plane wave solutions based on Maxwell equations and propagation characteristics in different mediums. Also, they learn how waves propagate inside various transmission lines such wave-guiding structures. Finally, they can understand antenna concepts and applications by learning antenna theory and analyzing basic antenna prototypes.
  • (430.759) Topics in Communication(Microwave Passive Circuit)
    Filters play important roles in many RF/microwave applications. Emerging applications such as wireless communications continue to challenge RF/Microwave filters with ever more stringent requirements, higher performance, smaller size, lighter weight, and lower cost. The recent advances in novel materials, fabrication technologies and CAD tools have revolutionized filter design. The objective of this course is to present the basic filter theory upon which the various design procedures are based, so that students can adapt the various design techniques to new and unusual situations in the area of microwave devices.

2018 Fall

  • (400.018) Creative Electronic Engineering Design
    The goal of this course is to motivate new students to have a keen interest in major courses in electrical engineering by letting them have hands-on experience utilizing open-source hardware and software. The students acquires basic skills to perform various and creative projects by carrying out practice regarding sensor devices, communication, circuits, signal processing, control, programming and so on. They are guided to complete target outputs by practicing corresponding engineering approaches in each experiment.
  • (430.759) Issues in Communication System and EM wave
    To make graduate students skillful in presentation of their works in English. To teach graduate students how to prepare presentation slides.