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Ms. Fragouli (W), (Formerly numbered Electrical Engineering 141.) Dynamics, stability, and control. Seminar Series: Electrical Engineering. Mr. Yang (W), 215C. (4), (Formerly numbered Electrical Engineering 163DA.) Theory and design of modern microwave systems such as satellite communication systems, radar systems, wireless sensors, and biological applications of microwaves. Enforced corequisite: course 110. Stochastic Modeling with Applications to Telecommunication Systems. Seminar: Circuits and Embedded Systems. Designed for graduate computer science and electrical engineering students. Students report on tutorial topic and on research topic in their dissertation area. Detection and Estimation in Communication. Honors course parallel to course 2. Letter grading. Enforced requisite: course 231A. (4), (Formerly numbered Electrical Engineering 225.)

Individual contract required; enrollment petitions available in Office of Academic and Student Affairs. Mr. Tabuada (W,Sp), 142. Mr. Liu (F,W), (Formerly numbered Electrical Engineering 170B.) Equivalent circuits and models of semiconductor devices. Mr. Mori (Not offered 2019-20), 285B. Limited to senior Electrical Engineering majors. Mr. Y.E. Introduction to radiometry, semiconductor photodetectors, noise processes and figures of merit, thermal detectors, and photovoltaic solar cells of various types and materials. Letter grading. (4), (Formerly numbered Electrical Engineering M146.) Physiology and psychoacoustics of human perception. Cell-site and mobile antennas, bandwidth budget. Enforced requisite: course 110. Review of physics and operation of diodes and bipolar and MOS transistors. Reflector feeds. (4), Lecture, four hours; discussion, two hours; outside study, six hours. Preparation for PhD Oral Qualifying Examination. Ms. Alwan (W), 214B. May be applied toward honors credit for eligible students. Enforced requisites: courses 110L or 111L, 115A. Preparation for MS Comprehensive Examination. Letter grading. (44), (Formerly numbered Electrical Engineering 121DA-121DB.) (Same as Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering M237B.) Designed for graduate students. Letter grading. S/U grading. Letter grading.

S/U grading.

Lecture, four hours; discussion, one hour; outside study, seven hours. Mr. Pamarti (Not offered 2019-20), (Formerly numbered Electrical Engineering 214A.) Analysis and Design of RF Circuits and Systems. Wang (Sp), 164DA-164DB. Mr. K.L. Adaptation, learning, estimation, and detection over networks. Simulation, Optimization, and Data Analysis. Enforced requisite: course 102. Creation by students of end-to-end systems in application context, managing trade-offs across subsystems while meeting constraints and optimizing metrics related to cost, performance, ease of use, manufacturability, testing, and other real-world issues. Requisite: Mathematics 115A or equivalent knowledge of linear algebra. Mr. Mehta (Sp), 184DA-184DB. (4), (Formerly numbered Electrical Engineering CM182.) P/NP or letter grading. S/U grading. Mr. Roychowdhury (Sp), 233. Includes computer projects that explore entire data analysis and modeling cycle: collecting and cleaning large-scale data, deriving predictive and causal models, and evaluating performance of different models. Fundamentals of digital and analog optical communication systems, fiber transmission characteristics, and optical modulation techniques, including direct and external modulation and computer-aided design. Enforced requisite: course 170A. Mr. Liu (W), 274. Lecture, four hours; discussion, one hour; outside study, seven hours. Completion of projects begun in course 180DA. Limited to graduate electrical engineering students. Network Economics and Game Theory. Enforced requisite: course 115B. Lecture, four hours; outside study, eight hours. Preparation: prior training in probability theory, random processes, linear algebra, and adaptation. Frequency response of amplifiers. Seminar, one hour; outside study, two hours. Consideration of selection of critical policy issues, each of which has substantial ethical, social, economic, political, scientific, and technological aspects. FIR filter design techniques. Tutorial, to be arranged. Review of basic probability, basics of hypothesis testing, sufficient statistics and waveform communication, signal-design tradeoffs for digital communications, basics of error control coding, intersymbol interference channels and orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (OFDM), basics of wireless communications. Requisite: course 113. Applications of variational methods, Pontryagin maximum principle, Hamilton/Jacobi/Bellman equation (dynamic programming) to optimal control of dynamic systems modeled by nonlinear ordinary differential equations. Seminars and discussions on current and advanced topics in one or more aspects of signals and systems, such as communications, control, image processing, information theory, multimedia, computer networking, optimization, speech processing, telecommunications, and VLSI signal processing. S/U grading. Requisite: course 102. Enforced requisite: course 131A. Requisites: courses 10, M16 (or Computer Science M51A), 102. (4), (Formerly numbered Electrical Engineering M119.) Impulse response functions, superposition and convolution integrals. Design methods, design rules, sensing and actuation mechanisms, microsensors, and microactuators. Computer Systems Architecture. Lecture, four hours; recitation, one hour; outside study, seven hours. Introduction to general manufacturing methods, mechanisms, constrains, and microfabrication and nanofabrication. Decomposition of large-scale optimization problems. Mr. K.L. Seminar, three hours.

Discrete arrays. Tutorial, to be arranged. Enforced requisite or corequisite: course 121B. Friis transmission formula, radar equations. Corequisite: course 111L (enforced only for Computer Science and Engineering and Electrical Engineering majors). Specific capabilities of photonics to be related to each example. Preparation: successful completion of PhD major field examination. Principles of fundamental quantities: electron charge, effective mass, Bohr magneton, and spin, as well as theoretical approaches. (Formerly numbered Electrical Engineering 597A.) Ms. Fragouli, Ms. van der Schaar (F,Sp), 113DA-113DB. Mr. Tabuada (Not offered 2019-20), (Formerly numbered Electrical Engineering 113.) Letter grading. Standard logic modules and programmable logic arrays. Limited to graduate electrical engineering students. Ms. Fragouli (F,W,Sp), (Formerly numbered Electrical Engineering 110.) Accuracy of various simulation models and simulation methods for digital circuits. Letter grading. Ms. Fragouli (Not offered 2019-20), (Formerly numbered Electrical Engineering M240A.)

Enforced requisites: courses 2, 101A. Enforced requisites: courses 102, 113, 131A. Physics of Semiconductor Nanostructures and Devices. Ms. Cabric (Sp), 234A. Mr. Villasenor (Sp), 295. Letter grading. Lecture, four hours; laboratory, two hours; outside study, six hours. (F,Sp), (Formerly numbered Electrical Engineering 298.) Mr. Srivastava (Sp), 121B. Mr. Daneshrad (113DA in F,W; 113DB in W,Sp), 114. Interior-point and cutting-plane algorithms. 180DA. Theory and applications of digital processing of speech signals. Letter grading. Seminar: Physical and Wave Electronics. S/U grading. Lecture, four hours; discussion, one hour; outside study, seven hours. Lecture, four hours; discussion, two hours; outside study, six hours. Emphasis on experimental considerations and techniques. Bremsstrahlung, synchrotron, and atomic radiation processes. Requisite: course 163A. Enforced requisites: courses 101A, 101B. Seminar, four hours; outside study, eight hours. S/U grading.

(4), (Formerly numbered Electrical Engineering M287.) Analysis and design of single-stage amplifiers. Microwave Semiconductor Devices. (4), (Formerly numbered Electrical Engineering M216C.) Requisites: course 102 (enforced), Mathematics 32B, 33B. (44), (Formerly numbered Electrical Engineering 113DA-113DB.) S/U grading. Seminar, one hour. (4), (Formerly numbered Electrical Engineering 163DB.) Sinusoidal excitation and phasors, AC steady state analysis, AC steady state power, network functions, poles and zeros, frequency response, mutual inductance, ideal transformer, application of Laplace transforms to circuit analysis. Lecture, three hours; discussion, one hour; outside study, eight hours. Mr. Abidi, Mr. Razavi (F), 215B.

Supervised research in small groups or individually under guidance of faculty mentor. Ms. Alwan (Sp), 215A. May be repeated for credit with topic change. Special topics in one or more aspects of signals and systems, such as communications, control, image processing, information theory, multimedia, computer networking, optimization, speech processing, telecommunications, and VLSI signal processing. Development of appropriate models for interconnected power systems and learning how to perform power flow, economic dispatch, and short circuit analysis. Design trade-offs and principles of operation of cyber physical systems such as devices and systems constituting Internet of Things. Usually taken after students have been advanced to candidacy. Design project required. Enforced requisite: course 101A. Microwave diagnostic techniques. Use of oscilloscopes, pulse and function generators, baseband spectrum analyzers, desktop computers, terminals, modems, PCs, and workstations in experiments on pulse transmission impairments, waveforms and their spectra, modem and terminal characteristics, and interfaces. Real-time implementation of digital signal processing algorithms on digital processor chips. Zeros and roots of nonlinear equations. (Same as Public Affairs M164 and Public Policy CM182.) Lecture, four hours; discussion, one hour; outside study, seven hours. May be repeated for credit with school approval. (Same as Bioengineering M261A-M261B-M261C and Neuroscience M212A-M212B-M212C.) Analysis and design of data conversion interfaces and filters. Physical optics techniques. Woo (Not offered 2019-20), (Formerly numbered Electrical Engineering 123A.) Stability issues and frequency compensation. (Same as Computer Science M151B.) Systolic and parallel algorithms and VLSI architectures for high performance and high throughput real-time estimation, detection, decoding, and beamforming applications. Preparation: apprentice personnel employment as teaching assistant, associate, or fellow. (Same as Bioengineering M260 and Neuroscience M206.) Mr. Abidi, Mr. Razavi (Sp), (Formerly numbered Electrical Engineering 215E.) Introduction to principles and technologies of bioelectricity and neural signal recording, processing, and stimulation. May be repeated for credit. (Same as English Composition M495K). Introductory Digital Design Laboratory. Course familiarizes students with those tools. S/U grading. (2 to 8). (Formerly numbered Electrical Engineering 598.) Preparation for PhD Preliminary Examinations. Principles of integrated circuits fabrication processes. Lecture, four hours; outside study, eight hours. (subject to change) Please note that there are some changes in term offering from last year andplan accordingly. 100. (4), (Formerly numbered Electrical Engineering 133B.) Recommended requisite: course 232A or 236A or 236B. Wang (W), (Formerly numbered Electrical Engineering 131A.) Advanced clocking methodologies, phase-locked loop design for clock generation, and high-performance wire-line transmitters, receivers, and timing recovery circuits. Lecture, four hours; outside study, eight hours. Letter grading. Lecture, four hours; laboratory, four hours; outside study, four hours. Mr. Chen, Mr. Joshi (Not offered 2019-20), M293. (4), (Formerly numbered Electrical Engineering 176.)

Fundamentals of design automation of VLSI circuits and systems, including introduction to circuit and system platforms such as field programmable gate arrays and multicore systems; high-level synthesis, logic synthesis, and technology mapping; physical design; and testing and verification. Seminar on pedagogy and logistics of being a TA with emphasis on student-centered teaching, clear communication, and multimodal teaching and learning. Lecture, four hours; discussion, one hour; outside study, seven hours. Physical principles and design considerations of microwave solid-state devices: Schottky barrier mixer diodes, IMPATT diodes, transferred electron devices, tunnel diodes, microwave transistors. Lecture, three hours; laboratory, four hours; outside study, five hours. Letter grading. Lecture, four hours; discussion, one hour; outside study, seven hours. Mr. Tabuada (F), (Formerly numbered Electrical Engineering M240C.) (Same as Bioengineering M250B and Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering M280B.) (1), (Formerly numbered Electrical Engineering 279CS.) Overflow oscillations. (4), (Formerly numbered Electrical Engineering 239AS.) Geometry of linear programming. Mr. Kao (W), M153. Linear algebra concepts such as eigenvalues and eigenvectors, singular values, Cayley/Hamilton theorem, Jordan form; solution of state equations; stability, controllability, observability, realizability, and minimality. (4), (Formerly numbered Electrical Engineering 231A.) Vector potential, duality, reciprocity, and equivalence theorems. Ms. van der Schaar (Sp), 239AS. 113DA. Requisites: courses 131A, 133A or 205A, and M146, or equivalent. (F), Seminar, three hours. Letter grading. Topics in Functional Analysis for Applied Mathematics and Engineering. Wireless Communications System Design, Modeling, and Implementation. Requisite: course 2 or Physics 1C. Analog Integrated Circuit Design. Letter grading. Simulation of dynamical systems. Algorithms and complexity. Finite-state infinite horizon model. Concurrently scheduled with course CM282. Enforced requisite: course 101B. Oral and written presentation of project results. Laboratory, four hours; outside study, eight hours. Lecture, four hours; outside study, eight hours. Lecture, four hours; discussion, two hours; outside study, six hours. Plasma Waves and Instabilities. Substrate materials, surface wave phenomena. Seminar, to be arranged. Analysis and design of circuits for synchronization and communication for VLSI systems. Use of design charts. Lecture, four hours; discussion, two hours; outside study, six hours. (Same as Computer Science M152A.) Limited to senior Electrical Engineering majors. Mr. Chen (Not offered 2019-20), 260A. (4), (Formerly numbered Electrical Engineering M250B.) (4), (Formerly numbered Electrical Engineering 221C.) Introduction to advanced topics related to projects through lecture and laboratories. Resolvent distributions and Greens functions. Introduction to mathematical analysis of sequential decision processes. Discussion of how different cooperative and noncooperative games among agents can be constructed to model, analyze, optimize, and shape emerging interactions among users in different networks and system settings. Course project involving original design and implementation of signal processing systems for communications, speech, audio, or video using DSP chip. Supervised independent research for MS candidates, including thesis prospectus. Theoretical foundations as well as practical design methods. (Not offered 2019-20), (Formerly numbered Electrical Engineering M217.) Mr. Gupta (F,W,Sp), M116L. Designed for electrical engineering PhD students who have completed preliminary examinations. Radio Frequency Design Project I, II. Seminar, to be arranged. Seminar, two hours; outside study, four hours.

Lecture, three hours; discussion, one hour; outside study, eight hours. Enforced requisite: course 133A. 597C. Introduction to MEMS design. Controllability and stabilizability. Requisite: course M16 or Computer Science M51A. Lecture, four hours; outside study, eight hours. Introduction of advanced process simulation tools. Requisite: course M240A or Chemical Engineering M280A or Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering M270A. (2), (Formerly numbered Electrical Engineering 229S.) Requisites: course 131A, Mathematics 33A. S/U or letter grading. Science, Technology, and Public Policy. Modern satellite and ground antenna applications. Recommended: course 115C. Numerical techniques based on method of moments. Mr. Y. Wang (Not offered 2019-20), CM282. Letter grading. Lecture, four hours; outside study, eight hours. Letter grading. 173DB. Wave phenomena in plasmas described by macroscopic fluid equations. Mr. K.L. Letter grading. Introduction to principles of operation of bipolar and MOS transistors, equivalent circuits, high-frequency behavior, voltage limitations. Parabolic and hyperbolic systems. Networking architectures, multiple-access communications under adaptive quality-of-service metrics. Lecture, four hours; discussion, one hour; outside study, seven hours. Synchronous and asynchronous network behavior. Design in Nanoscale Technologies. Lecture, four hours; outside study, eight hours. Summary of large-scale digital design flow; basic manufacturing flow; lithographic patterning, resolution enhancement, and mask preparation; yield and variation modeling; circuit reliability and aging issues; design rules and their origins; layout design for manufacturing; test structures and process control; circuit ans architecture methods for variability mitigation. Nonlinear impairments in radio transceivers. Lecture, four hours; discussion, on hour; outside study, seven hours. Lecture, four hours; outside study, eight hours. Recommended: course 170A or Bioengineering C170. (4), (Formerly numbered Electrical Engineering 232D.) Requisite: course 223. Linear Systems: State-Space Approach. Mr. Abidi (W), (Formerly numbered Electrical Engineering 115C.) Enforced requisite: course 101A. Design of radio frequency transceivers and their building blocks according to given specifications or in form of open-ended problems. (Same as Bioengineering M217.) Renewal processes, regenerative processes, Markov-renewal, semi-Markov and semiregenerative stochastic processes. Mr. Villasenor (W), (Formerly numbered Electrical Engineering 183DA.)

Letter grading. Transistor-level digital circuit analysis and design.

Individual contract required; enrollment petitions available in Office of Academic and Student Affairs. Mr. Tabuada (W,Sp), 142. Mr. Liu (F,W), (Formerly numbered Electrical Engineering 170B.) Equivalent circuits and models of semiconductor devices. Mr. Mori (Not offered 2019-20), 285B. Limited to senior Electrical Engineering majors. Mr. Y.E. Introduction to radiometry, semiconductor photodetectors, noise processes and figures of merit, thermal detectors, and photovoltaic solar cells of various types and materials. Letter grading. (4), (Formerly numbered Electrical Engineering M146.) Physiology and psychoacoustics of human perception. Cell-site and mobile antennas, bandwidth budget. Enforced requisite: course 110. Review of physics and operation of diodes and bipolar and MOS transistors. Reflector feeds. (4), Lecture, four hours; discussion, two hours; outside study, six hours. Preparation for PhD Oral Qualifying Examination. Ms. Alwan (W), 214B. May be applied toward honors credit for eligible students. Enforced requisites: courses 110L or 111L, 115A. Preparation for MS Comprehensive Examination. Letter grading. (44), (Formerly numbered Electrical Engineering 121DA-121DB.) (Same as Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering M237B.) Designed for graduate students. Letter grading. S/U grading. Letter grading.

S/U grading.

Lecture, four hours; discussion, one hour; outside study, seven hours. Mr. Pamarti (Not offered 2019-20), (Formerly numbered Electrical Engineering 214A.) Analysis and Design of RF Circuits and Systems. Wang (Sp), 164DA-164DB. Mr. K.L. Adaptation, learning, estimation, and detection over networks. Simulation, Optimization, and Data Analysis. Enforced requisite: course 102. Creation by students of end-to-end systems in application context, managing trade-offs across subsystems while meeting constraints and optimizing metrics related to cost, performance, ease of use, manufacturability, testing, and other real-world issues. Requisite: Mathematics 115A or equivalent knowledge of linear algebra. Mr. Mehta (Sp), 184DA-184DB. (4), (Formerly numbered Electrical Engineering CM182.) P/NP or letter grading. S/U grading. Mr. Roychowdhury (Sp), 233. Includes computer projects that explore entire data analysis and modeling cycle: collecting and cleaning large-scale data, deriving predictive and causal models, and evaluating performance of different models. Fundamentals of digital and analog optical communication systems, fiber transmission characteristics, and optical modulation techniques, including direct and external modulation and computer-aided design. Enforced requisite: course 170A. Mr. Liu (W), 274. Lecture, four hours; discussion, one hour; outside study, seven hours. Completion of projects begun in course 180DA. Limited to graduate electrical engineering students. Network Economics and Game Theory. Enforced requisite: course 115B. Lecture, four hours; outside study, eight hours. Preparation: prior training in probability theory, random processes, linear algebra, and adaptation. Frequency response of amplifiers. Seminar, one hour; outside study, two hours. Consideration of selection of critical policy issues, each of which has substantial ethical, social, economic, political, scientific, and technological aspects. FIR filter design techniques. Tutorial, to be arranged. Review of basic probability, basics of hypothesis testing, sufficient statistics and waveform communication, signal-design tradeoffs for digital communications, basics of error control coding, intersymbol interference channels and orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (OFDM), basics of wireless communications. Requisite: course 113. Applications of variational methods, Pontryagin maximum principle, Hamilton/Jacobi/Bellman equation (dynamic programming) to optimal control of dynamic systems modeled by nonlinear ordinary differential equations. Seminars and discussions on current and advanced topics in one or more aspects of signals and systems, such as communications, control, image processing, information theory, multimedia, computer networking, optimization, speech processing, telecommunications, and VLSI signal processing. S/U grading. Requisite: course 102. Enforced requisite: course 131A. Requisites: courses 10, M16 (or Computer Science M51A), 102. (4), (Formerly numbered Electrical Engineering M119.) Impulse response functions, superposition and convolution integrals. Design methods, design rules, sensing and actuation mechanisms, microsensors, and microactuators. Computer Systems Architecture. Lecture, four hours; recitation, one hour; outside study, seven hours. Introduction to general manufacturing methods, mechanisms, constrains, and microfabrication and nanofabrication. Decomposition of large-scale optimization problems. Mr. K.L. Seminar, three hours.

Discrete arrays. Tutorial, to be arranged. Enforced requisite or corequisite: course 121B. Friis transmission formula, radar equations. Corequisite: course 111L (enforced only for Computer Science and Engineering and Electrical Engineering majors). Specific capabilities of photonics to be related to each example. Preparation: successful completion of PhD major field examination. Principles of fundamental quantities: electron charge, effective mass, Bohr magneton, and spin, as well as theoretical approaches. (Formerly numbered Electrical Engineering 597A.) Ms. Fragouli, Ms. van der Schaar (F,Sp), 113DA-113DB. Mr. Tabuada (Not offered 2019-20), (Formerly numbered Electrical Engineering 113.) Letter grading. Standard logic modules and programmable logic arrays. Limited to graduate electrical engineering students. Ms. Fragouli (F,W,Sp), (Formerly numbered Electrical Engineering 110.) Accuracy of various simulation models and simulation methods for digital circuits. Letter grading. Ms. Fragouli (Not offered 2019-20), (Formerly numbered Electrical Engineering M240A.)

Enforced requisites: courses 2, 101A. Enforced requisites: courses 102, 113, 131A. Physics of Semiconductor Nanostructures and Devices. Ms. Cabric (Sp), 234A. Mr. Villasenor (Sp), 295. Letter grading. Lecture, four hours; laboratory, two hours; outside study, six hours. (F,Sp), (Formerly numbered Electrical Engineering 298.) Mr. Srivastava (Sp), 121B. Mr. Daneshrad (113DA in F,W; 113DB in W,Sp), 114. Interior-point and cutting-plane algorithms. 180DA. Theory and applications of digital processing of speech signals. Letter grading. Seminar: Physical and Wave Electronics. S/U grading. Lecture, four hours; discussion, one hour; outside study, seven hours. Lecture, four hours; discussion, two hours; outside study, six hours. Emphasis on experimental considerations and techniques. Bremsstrahlung, synchrotron, and atomic radiation processes. Requisite: course 163A. Enforced requisites: courses 101A, 101B. Seminar, four hours; outside study, eight hours. S/U grading.

(4), (Formerly numbered Electrical Engineering M287.) Analysis and design of single-stage amplifiers. Microwave Semiconductor Devices. (4), (Formerly numbered Electrical Engineering M216C.) Requisites: course 102 (enforced), Mathematics 32B, 33B. (44), (Formerly numbered Electrical Engineering 113DA-113DB.) S/U grading. Seminar, one hour. (4), (Formerly numbered Electrical Engineering 163DB.) Sinusoidal excitation and phasors, AC steady state analysis, AC steady state power, network functions, poles and zeros, frequency response, mutual inductance, ideal transformer, application of Laplace transforms to circuit analysis. Lecture, three hours; discussion, one hour; outside study, eight hours. Mr. Abidi, Mr. Razavi (F), 215B.

Supervised research in small groups or individually under guidance of faculty mentor. Ms. Alwan (Sp), 215A. May be repeated for credit with topic change. Special topics in one or more aspects of signals and systems, such as communications, control, image processing, information theory, multimedia, computer networking, optimization, speech processing, telecommunications, and VLSI signal processing. Development of appropriate models for interconnected power systems and learning how to perform power flow, economic dispatch, and short circuit analysis. Design trade-offs and principles of operation of cyber physical systems such as devices and systems constituting Internet of Things. Usually taken after students have been advanced to candidacy. Design project required. Enforced requisite: course 101A. Microwave diagnostic techniques. Use of oscilloscopes, pulse and function generators, baseband spectrum analyzers, desktop computers, terminals, modems, PCs, and workstations in experiments on pulse transmission impairments, waveforms and their spectra, modem and terminal characteristics, and interfaces. Real-time implementation of digital signal processing algorithms on digital processor chips. Zeros and roots of nonlinear equations. (Same as Public Affairs M164 and Public Policy CM182.) Lecture, four hours; discussion, one hour; outside study, seven hours. May be repeated for credit with school approval. (Same as Bioengineering M261A-M261B-M261C and Neuroscience M212A-M212B-M212C.) Analysis and design of data conversion interfaces and filters. Physical optics techniques. Woo (Not offered 2019-20), (Formerly numbered Electrical Engineering 123A.) Stability issues and frequency compensation. (Same as Computer Science M151B.) Systolic and parallel algorithms and VLSI architectures for high performance and high throughput real-time estimation, detection, decoding, and beamforming applications. Preparation: apprentice personnel employment as teaching assistant, associate, or fellow. (Same as Bioengineering M260 and Neuroscience M206.) Mr. Abidi, Mr. Razavi (Sp), (Formerly numbered Electrical Engineering 215E.) Introduction to principles and technologies of bioelectricity and neural signal recording, processing, and stimulation. May be repeated for credit. (Same as English Composition M495K). Introductory Digital Design Laboratory. Course familiarizes students with those tools. S/U grading. (2 to 8). (Formerly numbered Electrical Engineering 598.) Preparation for PhD Preliminary Examinations. Principles of integrated circuits fabrication processes. Lecture, four hours; outside study, eight hours. (subject to change) Please note that there are some changes in term offering from last year andplan accordingly. 100. (4), (Formerly numbered Electrical Engineering 133B.) Recommended requisite: course 232A or 236A or 236B. Wang (W), (Formerly numbered Electrical Engineering 131A.) Advanced clocking methodologies, phase-locked loop design for clock generation, and high-performance wire-line transmitters, receivers, and timing recovery circuits. Lecture, four hours; outside study, eight hours. Letter grading. Lecture, four hours; laboratory, four hours; outside study, four hours. Mr. Chen, Mr. Joshi (Not offered 2019-20), M293. (4), (Formerly numbered Electrical Engineering 176.)

Fundamentals of design automation of VLSI circuits and systems, including introduction to circuit and system platforms such as field programmable gate arrays and multicore systems; high-level synthesis, logic synthesis, and technology mapping; physical design; and testing and verification. Seminar on pedagogy and logistics of being a TA with emphasis on student-centered teaching, clear communication, and multimodal teaching and learning. Lecture, four hours; discussion, one hour; outside study, seven hours. Physical principles and design considerations of microwave solid-state devices: Schottky barrier mixer diodes, IMPATT diodes, transferred electron devices, tunnel diodes, microwave transistors. Lecture, three hours; laboratory, four hours; outside study, five hours. Letter grading. Lecture, four hours; discussion, one hour; outside study, seven hours. Mr. Tabuada (F), (Formerly numbered Electrical Engineering M240C.) (Same as Bioengineering M250B and Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering M280B.) (1), (Formerly numbered Electrical Engineering 279CS.) Overflow oscillations. (4), (Formerly numbered Electrical Engineering 239AS.) Geometry of linear programming. Mr. Kao (W), M153. Linear algebra concepts such as eigenvalues and eigenvectors, singular values, Cayley/Hamilton theorem, Jordan form; solution of state equations; stability, controllability, observability, realizability, and minimality. (4), (Formerly numbered Electrical Engineering 231A.) Vector potential, duality, reciprocity, and equivalence theorems. Ms. van der Schaar (Sp), 239AS. 113DA. Requisites: courses 131A, 133A or 205A, and M146, or equivalent. (F), Seminar, three hours. Letter grading. Topics in Functional Analysis for Applied Mathematics and Engineering. Wireless Communications System Design, Modeling, and Implementation. Requisite: course 2 or Physics 1C. Analog Integrated Circuit Design. Letter grading. Simulation of dynamical systems. Algorithms and complexity. Finite-state infinite horizon model. Concurrently scheduled with course CM282. Enforced requisite: course 101B. Oral and written presentation of project results. Laboratory, four hours; outside study, eight hours. Lecture, four hours; outside study, eight hours. Lecture, four hours; discussion, two hours; outside study, six hours. Plasma Waves and Instabilities. Substrate materials, surface wave phenomena. Seminar, to be arranged. Analysis and design of circuits for synchronization and communication for VLSI systems. Use of design charts. Lecture, four hours; discussion, two hours; outside study, six hours. (Same as Computer Science M152A.) Limited to senior Electrical Engineering majors. Mr. Chen (Not offered 2019-20), 260A. (4), (Formerly numbered Electrical Engineering M250B.) (4), (Formerly numbered Electrical Engineering 221C.) Introduction to advanced topics related to projects through lecture and laboratories. Resolvent distributions and Greens functions. Introduction to mathematical analysis of sequential decision processes. Discussion of how different cooperative and noncooperative games among agents can be constructed to model, analyze, optimize, and shape emerging interactions among users in different networks and system settings. Course project involving original design and implementation of signal processing systems for communications, speech, audio, or video using DSP chip. Supervised independent research for MS candidates, including thesis prospectus. Theoretical foundations as well as practical design methods. (Not offered 2019-20), (Formerly numbered Electrical Engineering M217.) Mr. Gupta (F,W,Sp), M116L. Designed for electrical engineering PhD students who have completed preliminary examinations. Radio Frequency Design Project I, II. Seminar, to be arranged. Seminar, two hours; outside study, four hours.

Lecture, three hours; discussion, one hour; outside study, eight hours. Enforced requisite: course 133A. 597C. Introduction to MEMS design. Controllability and stabilizability. Requisite: course M16 or Computer Science M51A. Lecture, four hours; outside study, eight hours. Introduction of advanced process simulation tools. Requisite: course M240A or Chemical Engineering M280A or Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering M270A. (2), (Formerly numbered Electrical Engineering 229S.) Requisites: course 131A, Mathematics 33A. S/U or letter grading. Science, Technology, and Public Policy. Modern satellite and ground antenna applications. Recommended: course 115C. Numerical techniques based on method of moments. Mr. Y. Wang (Not offered 2019-20), CM282. Letter grading. Lecture, four hours; outside study, eight hours. Letter grading. 173DB. Wave phenomena in plasmas described by macroscopic fluid equations. Mr. K.L. Letter grading. Introduction to principles of operation of bipolar and MOS transistors, equivalent circuits, high-frequency behavior, voltage limitations. Parabolic and hyperbolic systems. Networking architectures, multiple-access communications under adaptive quality-of-service metrics. Lecture, four hours; discussion, one hour; outside study, seven hours. Synchronous and asynchronous network behavior. Design in Nanoscale Technologies. Lecture, four hours; outside study, eight hours. Summary of large-scale digital design flow; basic manufacturing flow; lithographic patterning, resolution enhancement, and mask preparation; yield and variation modeling; circuit reliability and aging issues; design rules and their origins; layout design for manufacturing; test structures and process control; circuit ans architecture methods for variability mitigation. Nonlinear impairments in radio transceivers. Lecture, four hours; discussion, on hour; outside study, seven hours. Lecture, four hours; outside study, eight hours. Recommended: course 170A or Bioengineering C170. (4), (Formerly numbered Electrical Engineering 232D.) Requisite: course 223. Linear Systems: State-Space Approach. Mr. Abidi (W), (Formerly numbered Electrical Engineering 115C.) Enforced requisite: course 101A. Design of radio frequency transceivers and their building blocks according to given specifications or in form of open-ended problems. (Same as Bioengineering M217.) Renewal processes, regenerative processes, Markov-renewal, semi-Markov and semiregenerative stochastic processes. Mr. Villasenor (W), (Formerly numbered Electrical Engineering 183DA.)

Letter grading. Transistor-level digital circuit analysis and design.

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