C h r i s W a s h i n g t o n

Bachelors of Electrical Engineering

Texas A&M University

Graduating August 2002








Electronic Circuits (ELEN326 - A)

Basic circuits used in electronic systems; differential and multistage amplifiers; output stages and power amplifiers; frequency response, feedback circuits, stability and oscillators, analog integrated circuits, active filters. [SPICE simulations and physical circuits]


Microprocessor System Design (ELEN449 - A)

Introduction to microprocessors; 16/32 bit single board computer hardware and software designs; chip select equations for memory board design, serial and parallel I/O interfacing; ROM. static and dynamic RAM circuits for no wait-state design; assembly language programming, stack models, subroutines and I/O processing. [Motorola 68000 microprocessor platform]


Linear Control Systems (ELEN420 - A)

Application of state variable and frequency domain techniques to modeling, analysis and synthesis of single input, single output linear control systems.


Structured Programming in C (CPSC206 - B)

Basic concepts, nomenclature and historical perspective of computers and computing; internal representation of data; software design principles and practices; structured programming in C; use of terminals, operation of editors and execution of student-written programs.


Advanced Logic Design (ELEN468 - A)

Introduction to design, modeling and verification of complex digital systems; modern design methodologies for logic design; development of tools for the design and testing of digital systems. [Verilog and VHDL]


Control Engineering and Design (ELEN422 - A)

Modeling, specifications, rating and operating principles of sensors, actuators and other control system components; experiments on conceptual design, simulation and physical implementation of control systems.


Computer Architecture and Design (ELEN350 - A)

Computer architecture and design; use of register transfer languages and simulation tools to describe and simulate computer operation; central processing unit organization, microprogramming, input/output and memory system architectures.


Electric Power Systems I (ELEN459 - A)

General considerations in transmission and distribution of electrical energy as related power systems; calculation of electric transmission line constants; general theory of symmetrical components and application to analysis of power systems during fault conditions.