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ERCIYESUNIVERSITY

ENGINEERINGFACULTY
DEPARTMENTOFELECTRICAL&ELECTRONICS
ENGINEERING


I.GeneralInformation
CourseTitle EEM601NoiseinElectronicCircuits
Term Autumn
LocalCredit:3
Department ElectricalandElectronicsEngineering
Coordinator Prof.Dr.MustafaAl
ECTSCredit:7
Erciyes University, Faculty of Engineering, Dept. of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, 38039 Kayseri,
TURKEY
Email:malci@erciyes.edu.trWebPage:
II.CourseInformation
CATALOGDESCRIPTION:
Thenatureofnoise,noisetemperature,noisefactorandS/Nratio,typesandsourcesofelectricalnoise.
COURSEPRECONDITIONS:
Postgraduatestudents
LEARNINGOBJECTIVES:
Theaimofthiscourseistoprovidethestudentwithaclearpresentationofthetheoryandapplicationofthe
principles of microelectronic engineering and to develop students ability to analyze problems based on the
understanding of its basic concepts, such the nature of noise, noise temperature, noise factor and S/N ratio,
types and sources of electrical noise; thermal noise, shot noise, flicker noise, white noise. Shielding; against
capacitive and inductive coupling, RF shielding, EMI and RFI shielding materials. Safety and signal ground,
practical grounding. Noise in BJTs, in FETs and in ICs. Sources of digital noise; crosstalk noise, power supply
noise,chargesharingnoise,leakagenoise.
COURSESTRUCTURE:
Classroomlectures:Thetheoreticalfundamentalsforthreehoursaweek
Classroom problem solving sessions : The solution methods of the related problems for one hour a week are
given.
TEXTBOOK:

GRADING:
Onemidtermandonefinalwrittenexaminationareconducted.Thepassinggradeiscalculatedbyaweighted
averageoftheexaminationgrades.Theweightsare40%formidtermexamand60%forfinalexam.

TOPICS:(14Weeks)
(1week)Thenatureofnoise,noisetemperature.
(1week)NoisefactorandS/Nratio.
(2weeks)Typesandsourcesofelectricalnoise.
(1week)Thermalnoise,shotnoise.
(1week)Flickernoise,whitenoise.
(1week)Shielding;againstcapacitiveandinductivecoupling.
(2weeks)RFshielding,EMIandRFIshieldingmaterials.
(2weeks)Safetyandsignalground,practicalgrounding.
(2weeks)NoiseinBJTs,inFETsandinICs.
(1week)Sourcesofdigitalnoise;crosstalknoise,powersupplynoise,chargesharingnoise,leakagenoise.
OUTCOMECOVERAGE:

Students learn The nature of noise, noise temperature, noise factor and S/N ratio, types and sources of
electricalnoise.



ERCIYESUNIVERSITY
ENGINEERINGFACULTY
DEPARTMENTOFELECTRICAL&ELECTRONICS
ENGINEERING


I.GeneralInformation
CourseTitle

EEM602GaAsMESFETandHeterojunction
Transistors
Term Spring
LocalCredit:3
Department ElectricalandElectronicsEngineering
Coordinator Prof.Dr.MustafaAl
ECTSCredit:7
Erciyes University, Faculty of Engineering, Dept. of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, 38039 Kayseri,
TURKEY
Email:malci@erciyes.edu.trWebPage:
II.CourseInformation
CATALOGDESCRIPTION:
The band structure and mobility and conductivity of IIIIV compound semiconductors, metalsemiconductor
junction. DMESFETs and EMESFETs. The structure, electrical characteristics, small signal models and typical
applicationsofGaAsMESFETs.
COURSEPRECONDITIONS:
Postgraduatestudents
LEARNINGOBJECTIVES:
Theaimofthiscourseistoprovidethestudentwithaclearpresentationofthetheoryandapplicationofthe
principles of engineering electronics and to develop students ability to analyze problems based on the
understandingofitsbasicconcepts,suchsmallbandstructureandmobilityandconductivityofIIIIVcompound
semiconductors, metalsemiconductor junction DMESFETs and EMESFETs, the electrical characteristics,
structure, small signal models and typical applications of GaAs MESFETs, advanced FET technologies and
heterojunction transistors, integrated circuit technology and applications of high electron mobility transistors
(HEMTs)andmodulationdopedFETs(MODFETs).
COURSESTRUCTURE:
Classroomlectures:Thetheoreticalfundamentalsforthreehoursaweek
Classroom problem solving sessions : The solution methods of the related problems for one hour a week are
given.
TEXTBOOK:

GRADING:
Onemidtermandonefinalwrittenexaminationareconducted.Thepassinggradeiscalculatedbyaweighted
averageoftheexaminationgrades.Theweightsare40%formidtermexamand60%forfinalexam.
TOPICS:(14Weeks)
(2weeks)HistoryandperspectivesofGaAsMESFETsandSiCMESFETs.
(1week)Theenergybandtheoryofcrystals.
(1week)Superlatticesandquantumwells.
(1week)ThebandstructureandmobilityandconductivityofIIIIVcompoundsemiconductors.
(2weeks)Theelectricalcharacteristics,structure,smallsignalmodelsandtypicalapplicationsofGaAs
MESFETs.
(1week)MetalsemiconductorjunctionDMESFETsandEMESFETs.
(2weeks)AdvancedFETtechnologiesandheterojunctiontransistors.
(2weeks)Developmentsinheterostructurehighspeeddevices.
(2weeks)Integratedcircuittechnologyandapplicationsofhighelectronmobilitytransistors(HEMTs)and
modulationdopedFETs(MODFETs).
(2weeks)Computeraidedcircuitdesignusingdifferentprograms.
OUTCOMECOVERAGE:

Students learn the electrical characteristics, structure, small signal models and typical applications of GaAs
MESFETs, advanced FET technologies and heterojunction transistors, integrated circuit technology and
applicationsofhighelectronmobilitytransistors(HEMTs)andmodulationdopedFETs(MODFETs).



ERCIYESUNIVERSITY
ENGINEERINGFACULTY
DEPARTMENTOFELECTRICAL&ELECTRONICS
ENGINEERING


I.GeneralInformation
CourseTitle EEM605FundamentalsofSwitchedReluctance
Motors
Term Autumn
LocalCredit:3
Department ElectricalandElectronicsEngineering
Coordinator
ECTSCredit:7
Erciyes University, Faculty of Engineering, Dept. of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, 38039 Kayseri,
TURKEY
Email:daldaban@erciyes.edu.trWebPage:
II.CourseInformation
CATALOGDESCRIPTION:
Principlesoftheswitchedreluctancemotors(SRM)andtheirapplications.
COURSEPRECONDITIONS:
1. Introductorybackgroundfortheconceptsofelectricalmachines.
LEARNINGOBJECTIVES:
Attheendofthiscourse,studentswillbeableto:

1. UseelectricalmodelofSRMs.
2. AnalyzeSRMstrucrutes.
3. AnalyzeLSRMstructures.
4. ObtainSRMcharacteristics.
5. AnalyzeperformancesofSRMs.

COURSESTRUCTURE:
Theclassmeetsforthreehoursaweek,Thereareaninclassmidtermexamandafinalexam.
TEXTBOOK:
R.Krishnan,SwitchedReluctanceMotorDrives,CRCPres.,London,2001.

GRADING:
1. Midterm1(30%)
2. Finalexam(70%)
TOPICS:(14Weeks)
(2weeks)ConstructionalfeaturesofSRMs.
(1week)OperationprinciplesofSRMs.
(2weeks)DesignofSRMs.
(2weeks)ConvertercircuitsforSRMdrives.
(1week)ModelingofSRMs..
(2weeks)Acousticnoise,torquerippleandtheircontrol.
(2weeks)ArtificialintelligenceapproachforSRMs.
(2week)SRMApplications.

OUTCOMECOVERAGE:

Identify,formulate,andsolveengineeringproblems.Thesetopicsareextensivelycoveredthroughthe
trulyrichproblemslistedattheendofeachchapterofthetextusedinthecourse.



ERCIYESUNIVERSITY
ENGINEERINGFACULTY
DEPARTMENTOFELECTRICAL&ELECTRONICS
ENGINEERING


I.GeneralInformation
CourseTitle EEM606DesignandApplicationofSwitched
ReluctanceMotors
Term Spring
LocalCredit:3
Department ElectricalandElectronicsEngineering
Coordinator
ECTSCredit:7
Erciyes University, Faculty of Engineering, Dept. of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, 38039 Kayseri,
TURKEY
Email:daldaban@erciyes.edu.trWebPage:
II.CourseInformation
CATALOGDESCRIPTION:
DesignParametersoftheswitchedreluctancemotors(SRM)andtheirapplications.
COURSEPRECONDITIONS:
1. Introductorybackgroundfortheconceptsofswitchedreluctancemotors.
LEARNINGOBJECTIVES:
Attheendofthiscourse,studentswillbeableto:
1. UseelectricalmodelofSRMs.
2. AnalyzeSRMstrucrutes.
3. DesignSRMstructures.
4. DesignLSRMstructures.
5. UseSRMDrives.

COURSESTRUCTURE:
Theclassmeetsforthreehoursaweek,Thereareaninclassmidtermexamandafinalexam.
TEXTBOOK:
R.Krishnan,SwitchedReluctanceMotorDrives,CRCPres.,London,2001.

GRADING:
1. Midterm1(30%)
2. Finalexam(70%)
TOPICS:(14Weeks)
(2weeks)StructuralfeaturesofSRMs.
(3weeks)DesignofrotationalSRMs.
(2weeks)EvaluatingSRMdesigns.
(3weeks)DesignoflinearSRMs.
(1week)ModellingofSRMs.
(3weeks)ApplicationsofSRMs.

OUTCOMECOVERAGE:

Identify,formulate,andsolveengineeringproblems.Thesetopicsareextensivelycoveredthroughthe
trulyrichproblemslistedattheendofeachchapterofthetextusedinthecourse.



ERCIYESUNIVERSITY
ENGINEERINGFACULTY
DEPARTMENTOFELECTRICAL&ELECTRONICS
ENGINEERING


I.GeneralInformation
CourseTitle EEM619DetectionandEstimationTheory
Compulsory
Term Autumn
LocalCredit:3
Department ElectricalandElectronicsEngineering
Coordinator Assoc.Prof.Dr.IbrahimDeveli
ECTSCredit:7
Erciyes University, Faculty of Engineering, Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, 38039,
Kayseri,TURKEY
Email:develi@erciyes.edu.trWebPage:http://www.ibrahimdeveli.comOfficeHours:8.0017.00

II.CourseInformation
CATALOGDESCRIPTION:
Elements of hypothesis testing, Bayesian, minimax, NeymanPearson and composite hypothesis testing
methods. Signal detection in discrete time, sequential detection, nonparametric and robust detection. Least
squares, maximum likelihood, MAP and Bayesian parameter estimation. Detection and estimation of known
signals in white and colored Gaussian noise. Multiuser detection, optimum multiuser detector, decorrelating
detector,nondecorrelatinglinearmultiuserdetection,decisiondrivendetectors.
COURSEPRECONDITIONS:
GraduateStudents(Nopreconditionsarerequired).
LEARNINGOBJECTIVES:
Attheendofthiscourse,studentswillbeableto:

1. Becamefamiliarwiththedifferencebetweendetectionandestimation,
2. Usehypothesistestingmethodsforestimation,
3. Understand the detection and estimation of known signals in white and colored Gaussian
noise.
4. Knowdifferenttypesofdetectionanddetectors.
COURSESTRUCTURE:
Theclassmeetsforthreelecturesaweek,eachconsistingoftwo50minutesessions.Thestudentspreparea
seriesofhomeworkbysolvingthesubjectbasedproblemssuppliedbyinstructor.
TEXTBOOK:
K. S. Shanmugan and A. M. Breipohl, Random Signals: Detection, Estimation and Data Analysis, John
WileyandSons,1988.

GRADING:
One midterm and one final written examination. Written closedbook examination. Grades A, B, C, and D
assigned for, respectively, scores greater than or equal to 90, 80, 70, and 60% correct, and the grade F for
below60%.Nointermediategradesaregiven.Studentsareprovidedwiththeircumulative30%fromonemid
termexamand70%fromonefinalwrittenexam.

TOPICS:(14Weeks)
(1Week)Elementsofhypothesistesting,
(2Weeks)Bayesian,minimax,NeymanPearsonandcompositehypothesistestingmethods,
(2Weeks)Signaldetectionindiscretetime,sequentialdetection,nonparametricandrobustdetection,
(2Weeks)Leastsquares,maximumlikelihood,MAPandBayesianparameterestimation,
(1Week)DetectionandestimationofknownsignalsinwhiteandcoloredGaussiannoise,
(1Week)Multiuserdetection,
(2Weeks)Optimummultiuserdetector,
(2Weeks)Decorrelatingdetector,nondecorrelatinglinearmultiuserdetection,
(1Week)Decisiondrivendetectors.

OUTCOMECOVERAGE:

Applymath,scienceandengineeringknowledge.
Identify,formulate,andsolveengineeringproblems.



ERCIYESUNIVERSITY
ENGINEERINGFACULTY
DEPARTMENTOFELECTRICAL&ELECTRONICS
ENGINEERING


I.GeneralInformation
CourseTitle EEM611Moderndigitalcommunicationstechniques
Term Fall
LocalCredit:3
Department ElectricalandElectronicsEngineering
Coordinator Prof.Dr.NecmiTAPINAR
ECTSCredit:7
Erciyes University, Faculty of Engineering, Dept. of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, 38039 Kayseri,
TURKEY
Email:taspinar@erciyes.edu.trWebPage:
II.CourseInformation
CATALOGDESCRIPTION:
Bandpass signals and systems, Signaling with coded waveforms, Intersymbol interference, Digital
communication over additive white Gaussian channels, digital communication over fading channels, spread
spectrum signals for digital communications, code division multiple access, wideband code division multiple
access, multi carrier code division multiple access, orthogonal frequency division multiplexing, channel
estimationinorthogonalfrequencydivisionmultiplexing,peaktoaveragereductiontechniquesinorthogonal
frequencydivisionmultiplexing,signalinginfrequencyselectivefadingchannels,optimumreceiverdesign.
COURSEPRECONDITIONS:
Graduatestudents
LEARNINGOBJECTIVES:
Itisuseddigitalsystemsonalargescaleatcommunicationsystemsnowadays.Inthislesson,itisintendedto
teachnecessarytheoryandtechniquesfortheanalysisanddesignofthissystems.
COURSESTRUCTURE:
Theclassmeetsfortwolecturesaweek,eachconsistingoftwo50minutesessionsandaProblemsessionof
50minuteduration.67setsofhomeworkproblemsareassignedpersemester.Homeworkisnotcollectedbut
similarproblemsareaskedinannouncedquizzes.Therearetwoinclassmidtermexamsandafinalexam.
TEXTBOOK:
DigitalCommunications,J.G.Proakis,McGrawHillBookCompany,NewYork,1995.
S.Verdu,MultiuserDetection,CambridgeUniversityPress,1998.
VanNeeR.,PrasadR.,OFDMforWirelessMultimediaCommunications,ArtechHouse,London,
Publishers,2000.
GRADING:
1. Midterm1(40%)
2. Finalexam(60%)

TOPICS:(14Weeks)
(1 week) Bandpass signals and systems,
(1 week) Signaling with coded waveforms,
(1 week) Intersymbol interference,
(1 week) Digital communication over additive white Gaussian channels,
(1 week) Digital communication over fading channels,
(1 week) Spread spectrum signals for digital communications,
(1 week) Code division multiple access,
(1 week) Wideband code division multiple access,
(1 week) Multi carrier code division multiple access,
(1 week) Orthogonal frequency division multiplexing,
(1 week) Channel estimation in orthogonal frequency division multiplexing,
(1 week) Peak-to-average reduction techniques in orthogonal frequency division multiplexing,
(1 week) Signaling in frequency selective fading channels
(1 week) Optimum receiver design.

OUTCOMECOVERAGE:

Apply math, science and engineering knowledge. The course deals first with resistive circuits which
can be solved by linear algebra methods and secondly with circuits containing energy sources which
can be solved using methods of differential equations. The solutions of differential equations are
obtained by finding the homogenous solution and the particular solution separately and finally
applyinginitialconditionstothetotalsolution.Complexcalculusisusedforthesinusoidalsteadystate
analysis.
Designasystem,componentorprocesstomeetdesiredneeds.Emphasisisplacedondesignissuesfor
therealizationofcircuitsmeetinggivenperformancespecification.InparticularOPAMPcircuitdesign
andcompensatordesignforpowerfactorcorrectionwascovered.
Identify,formulate,andsolveengineeringproblems.Thesetopicsareextensivelycoveredthroughthe
trulyrichproblemslistedattheendofeachchapterofthetextusedinthecourse.



ERCIYESUNIVERSITY
ENGINEERINGFACULTY
DEPARTMENTOFELECTRICAL&ELECTRONICS
ENGINEERING


I.GeneralInformation
CourseTitle EEM604Datacommunicationsystems
Term Spring
LocalCredit:3
Department ElectricalandElectronicsEngineering
Coordinator Prof.Dr.NecmiTAPINAR
ECTSCredit:7
Erciyes University, Faculty of Engineering, Dept. of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, 38039 Kayseri,
TURKEY
Email:taspinar@erciyes.edu.trWebPage:
II.CourseInformation
CATALOGDESCRIPTION:
Data communication codes and coding circuits, synchronization techniques, transmission mediums and data
communication modems, CCITT X.25 protocol, digital multiplexing techniques, line coding techniques,
queueinganalysis,teletraffictheory,routingtechniques,packetswitching,OSIreferencemodel,multiaccess
techniques, ATM, ISDN ve services, local area network (LAN), wide area network (WAN) , automatic repeat
request(ARQ)techniques.
COURSEPRECONDITIONS:
Graduatestudents
LEARNINGOBJECTIVES:
Inthislesson,itisintendedtoinvestegatenewswitchingandnetworktechnologies,tousethesetechnologies
andrelatedelementsatdigitalmessagetransferathighratesandtogivedimensioningprinciples.
COURSESTRUCTURE:
Theclassmeetsfortwolecturesaweek,eachconsistingoftwo50minutesessionsandaProblemsessionof
50minuteduration.67setsofhomeworkproblemsareassignedpersemester.Homeworkisnotcollectedbut
similarproblemsareaskedinannouncedquizzes.Therearetwoinclassmidtermexamsandafinalexam.
TEXTBOOK:
J.E.Goldman,P.T.Rawles,AppliedDataCommunications,ThirdEd,JohnWiley,2001.
GRADING:
1. Midterm1(40%)
2. Finalexam(60%)
TOPICS:(14Weeks)
(1week)Datacommunicationcodesandcodingcircuits,
(1week)Synchronizationtechniques,
(1week)Transmissionmediumsanddatacommunicationmodems,
(1week)CCITTX.25protocol,
(1week)Digitalmultiplexingtechniques,
(1week)Linecodingtechniques,
(1week)Queueinganalysis,
(1week)Teletraffictheory,
(1week)Routingtechniques,
(1week)Packetswitching,OSIreferencemodel,
(1week)Multiaccesstechniques,ATM,
(1week)ISDNveservices,
(1week)Localareanetwork(LAN),wideareanetwork(WAN),
(1week)Automaticrepeatrequest(ARQ)techniques.

OUTCOMECOVERAGE:

Apply math, science and engineering knowledge. The course deals first with resistive circuits which
can be solved by linear algebra methods and secondly with circuits containing energy sources which
can be solved using methods of differential equations. The solutions of differential equations are
obtained by finding the homogenous solution and the particular solution separately and finally
applyinginitialconditionstothetotalsolution.Complexcalculusisusedforthesinusoidalsteadystate
analysis.
Designasystem,componentorprocesstomeetdesiredneeds.Emphasisisplacedondesignissuesfor
therealizationofcircuitsmeetinggivenperformancespecification.InparticularOPAMPcircuitdesign
andcompensatordesignforpowerfactorcorrectionwascovered.
Identify,formulate,andsolveengineeringproblems.Thesetopicsareextensivelycoveredthroughthe
trulyrichproblemslistedattheendofeachchapterofthetextusedinthecourse.