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Course Information and Descriptions
EIT 250
Wireless Data Communications (2-2)
3 Hours
This course will deal with issues encountered with data
communications in a wireless networked environment. Radio
frequency technologies will be studied, along with data transmission,
protocols, hardware and software installation and support, wireless
device applications and security.
Note: Technologies might include: WiMax, Mesh, EVDO, CDMA
and others.
Prerequisite: EIT 230 (C or better)
Recommended: EIT 210 (C or better)
EIT 299
Special Topics: Network
Engineering (Variable)
1-4 Hours
This course will provide students with more information about
specialized topics in areas of computer networking, network and
system administration, telecommunications and related fields.
Note: Topics will be identified for each section of the course.
Prerequisite: To be determined relative to topic
May be taken four times, but any topic only once
Electronics Engineering
Technology (ELT)
Engineering, Math and Physical Sciences Division,
Room T102, (847) 543-2044
ELT 111
Electronic Drafting (1-3)
2 Hours
Drawing of electronic components and wiring diagrams, with
emphasis on national standards and codes. Pspice schematic capture
and PC board software will be introduced.
Course fee
ELT 116
Technical Programming (3-0)
3 Hours
This course will be taught using C++ as the programming language.
Examples and programming problems will be drawn from the
general body of technical problems.
Note: Recommended preparation MTH 117 or MTH 122 or
equivalent knowledge.
Course fee
ELT 117
Industrial Digital Electronics I (2-2)
3 Hours
An introduction to digital electronics with an emphasis on analysis
and troubleshooting aspects of digital electronics. It is a part of the
one year certificate maintenance program.
Note: Recommended preparation high school algebra or concurrent
enrollment in MTH 114 and EET 170 or equivalent knowledge.
Course fee
ELT 118
Industrial Digital Electronics II (2-2)
3 Hours
Continuation of ELT 117 Industrial Digital Electronics I. Emphasis
will be on the troubleshooting aspects of digital electronics. This
course is a part of the one-year certificate maintenance program.
Note: Recommended preparation EET 170, ELT 172, ELT 117 or
equivalent.
Course fee
ELT 151
PC Hardware Fundamentals (2-2)
3 Hours
This course will cover the basic components of a PC, including
motherboards, memory, disk drives, cases and power supplies.
Computers will be disassembled, reassembled and configured to
operate.
Note: Recommended preparation CIT 120 and concurrent enrollment
in EET 170 or equivalent knowledge.
Course fee
ELT 152
PC Peripherals and Troubleshooting (2-2) 3 Hours
This course will cover the common peripheral components of a PC,
including modems, Sound cards, network interface cards (NIC), and
printers. Additionally, troubleshooting of hardware components will
be presented, including diagnostic hardware and software.
Preventative maintenance issues will be explored.
Prerequisite: ELT 151
Course fee
ELT 171
Industrial Control Systems (2-2)
3 Hours
A study of the electrical/electronic systems used in the control of
machinery and processes in industry, and the electrical/electronic
systems used to measure, monitor and control the factors involved in
the manufacturing process. Emphasis will be on operation and
troubleshooting of the electronics involved. Students will gain
experience using instrumentation and measuring devices that
simulate control situations.
Note: Recommended preparation EET 170 and ELC 172 or
equivalent knowledge.
Course fee
ELT 172
Applied Communications Circuits (2-2)
3 Hours
A survey of various communications systems. AM/FM radio systems
as well as video communications systems will be included. The
troubleshooting aspects of the various circuits will be emphasized.
Note: Recommended preparation EET 170 and ELC 172 or
equivalent knowledge.
Course fee
ELT 173
Applied Analog Circuits (2-2)
3 Hours
Introduction to the theory of operation of electronic devices used in
amplifiers, oscillators, power supplies and control circuits.
Note: Recommended preparation EET 170, ELC 172 and ELC 113
or equivalent knowledge.
Course fee
ELT 214
Microwave Systems
and Measurements (2-3)
3 Hours
Continuation of EET 212 Electronic Communications Systems.
Systems of electronic application other than radio communication
with emphasis on microwave circuitry, devices, and systems
including microwave power, frequency, etc. with emphasis on use of
specialized microwave test equipment.
Note: Recommended preparation EET 211 and MTH 211 or
equivalent knowledge.
Course fee
ELT 217
Microprocessors II (2-2)
3 Hours
Second course in microprocessor electronics and follows EET 216
Microprocessors I. Intended to be part of the Associates in Applied
Science degree in Electronics. 80xxx series of microprocessors are
covered with introductions to assembly language and C.
Concentration is on control applications.
Note: Recommended preparation EET 216 or equivalent knowledge.
Course fee
257