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UNDERGRADUATE AND GRADUATE COURSES


EE 301L Signals and Systems


EE 301L is an introductory signal and systems course. The primary goal of this course is to let students learn about signals and linear systems. The covered topics include: representation and analysis of linear time-invariant systems primarily for the continuous time case; convolution; Fourier series and transform; Laplace transform; controls and communications applications.

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EE 535 Mobile communications


EE 535 "Mobile Communications" is taught in the Spring Semester, and covers basic aspects of mobile communications including: the mobile communication channel; techniques used to combat the channel; cellular communications; multiple-access techniques; example mobile communication systems.
 
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EE 635 Advanced Mobile Communications


EE 635 "Advanced Mobile Communications" is the advaned level course based on EE 535. It is taught in Fall semester and covers some hot topics in wireless communications nowadays including: Multi-antenna Systems, Wireless Local Area Networks, LTE Systems, Cognitive Radio, and Cooperative Communications.

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