Electronics Design

Electronics Design

The Electronics Design track focuses on the design and implementation of electronic circuits and systems. Students learn about both analog and digital circuit design, including semiconductor devices and integrated circuits. Topics like RF and microwave circuit design, low power electronics, and FPGA design offer specialized knowledge for wireless communications, low-power applications, and programmable logic. Electronic system simulation and modeling equip students to validate and optimize their designs before implementation.

Explore the latest developments in electric vehicle battery technology, including advancements in energy density, charging infrastructure, and battery management systems.

Study of circuits for radio frequency (RF) and microwave applications, including wireless systems.

Techniques for designing electronic devices and systems with minimal power consumption.

Design and implementation of digital circuits using Field-Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGAs).

Using software tools to simulate and model electronic circuits and systems for validation and optimization.

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