This course is a study of discrete structures commonly used in computer science and mathematics, including topics from sets and relations, permutations and combinations, graphs and trees, induction, recursion, and Boolean Algebras.
Introduction to the theory of electrical and electronic signals and systems. Continuous-time linear systems and signals, mathematical representations, Fourier and Laplace transforms, convolution, input and output responses, stability, and computational tools.
Hierarchical, modular design of combinational and sequential circuits, along with introductions to modeling, simulation, analysis, synthesis, and prototyping of digital systems.
Advanced analog circuit analysis and design, including diodes, transistors, op amps, feedback, oscillators, and active filters.