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The structure of the program, content and industrial input

The structure of the program, content and industrial input

The undergraduate program is active in the field of major electronic disciplines that cover multi-media, electronic control system, green IC design, etc.

The outline as following:

Course name
Credit
Outline
Digital Logic Design
3
1. Introduction to Logic Circuit
2. Boolean Algebra and logic circuits
3. Simplification method
4. Combinational circuit design
5. Sequential logic system
6. Sequential logic design
7. Simplification of sequential logic circuits
Electronics(1)
3
1. Introduction to Electronics 
2. Operational Amplifiers 
3. Diodes 
4. Bipolar Junction Transistor (BJT)
5. MOS Field-Effect Transistor (MOSFET)
Electric circuit analysis(1)
3
1. Introduction
2. Resistive Circuits
3. Dependent sources and OP amps
4. Analysis methods
5. Energy-storage elements
6. First-order circuits
7. Second-order circuits
8. Sinusoidal sources and phases
9. AC steady-state analysis
Electronics Circuits Lab. (1)
2
1. Introduction to OP AMP
2. Inverter and non-inverter amplifiers
3. Summing and Differentiators
4. Integrators and difference amplifiers
5. Comparators
6. Active filters
7. Square wave generator, triangle wave generators
8. Sine wave generators
Microprocessor
3
1. Introduction
2. Computer Architectures and Assembly Language
3. CPU Programming Model
4. Basic Assembly Language Programming
5. CPU Hardware Model
5. Memory Chips and Memory Interfacing Design
6. Interrupt Request and Handling
7. Basic I/O Concepts and Interfacing
Applications of Engineering Software
3
1. Introduction of Matlab
2. Array
3. Function and File
4. Programming using Matlab
5. Plotting
6. Symbol Mathematics
7. Simulation
3D Modeling Technology
3
1. Introduction of 3D Max
2. 3D Objects’ Creation, Modification, and Edition
3. Material Edition
4. Render
5. Lights
6. Post Procession
7. Monographic Fabrication
Computer Program
3
1. Data Types
2. Basic I/O
3. Program Statements
4. Loop Statements
5. Array and Functions
6. Class and Encapsulation
7. Case Study
Electronics(2)
3
1. Building Blocks of Integrated-Circuit Amplifiers
2. Differential and Multistage Amplifiers
3. Frequency Response
4. Feedback
Electric circuit analysis(2)
3
1. AC steady-state power
2. Three-phase circuits
3. The Laplace Transform
4. Circuit analysis in s-domain
5. Frequency response
6. Mutual inductance and Transformers
7. Two-port circuits
8. Fourier series and transform
9. Design of linear filters
Electronics Circuits Lab.(2)
2
1. The characteristic of digital IC
2. The application if logic gate-instant start and delay circuit
3. Using NAND and NOR gate instead of AND OR NOT gate
4. Binary/decimal decoder
5. Seven segment decoder and display
6. Key board encoder
7. Digital comparator
8. The using and application of Flip-Flop
9. The application of D latch Flip-Flop
10. The application of LM555
11. The application of one-shot circuit
12. IC ripple counter
13. The synchronous counter
14. The up/down counter
15. The shift register
16. Digital multiplexer
17. The applications of Digital-to-Analog and Analog-to- Digital converters
Project study(1),(2)
2
2
Students must complete the project during 2 semesters. The project is provided by advisors, and the material and facility needed will be supported by the department. Students are required to submit their reports when the project is done completely. Oral presentation is required at the final stage. 
Robot Control
3
1. Definition, Coming from, Three Law, and Development history of Robot.
2. Definition, Classified, Components, and Dynamic Demonstration of the Intelligent Robot.
3. Design of Integral Service Robot Consists of Each Part.
4. Spatial descriptions and transformations for Robot.
5. Jacobians: velocities and static forces.
6. Robot Control Development Platform (1). –
The Example Demonstration of Assembled Servo Control Robot.
7. Robot Control Development Platform (2) –
FPGA Image Tracking Control in Real Time Module – The Example Demonstration of Tank Control.
8. Ex.: Tank Tracking Experiment. 
9. Ex.: DC Motor Speed Control.
10. Ex.: Servo Torque and Position Control.
11. Ex.: Big Gun Tracking Control.
12. Ex.: Tank Tracking Control.
13. Ex.: Tank Survey Path.
14. Ex.: Bioloid Assembled Servo Robot Control.
15. The Trend of Service Robot in the future.
16. Group Design Experimental Demonstration and Join the Competition of Special Subject Manufacture. 
Computer-Aided Hardware Design
3
1. Operations of Integrated Development System
2. Digital Output Circuit Design
3. Digital Input Circuit Design
4. Seven-Segment LED Control Circuit Design
5. Keyboard Input Circuit Design
6. LCD Module Interface Circuit Design
The Connection of Network Operation System
3
1. The relation between "The connection of Network O.S." and "Network Management"
2. Microsoft Network O.S. (Include DOS, Windows 95/98, Windows NT, 2000, 2010.)
3. The connection of Novell O.S. (Include version 3.1x, 4.x, 5.x, 6.x)
4. Introduction to Unix system
5. The connection among Microsoft O.S., Novell O.S. and Linux
6. TCP/IP and Internet
7. The diagnosis and debugging of Network O.S.
Linux Applications
3
1. Exploring Linux Command-Line Tools
2. Install Linux
3. Configuring Hardware
4. Managing Files
5. Booting Linux and Editing Files
6. Configuring the X Window System, Localization, and Printing
7. Administering the System
8. Configuring Basic Networking
9. Writing Scripts, Configuring Network Servers, and Using Databases
10. Securing Your System
FPGA System Design and Practices
3
1. FPGA architectures
2. Design flow
3. Combinational Circuits Design
4. Sequential Circuits Design
5. System-level design and verification
6. FPGA design examples
7. SoPC Implementation
Embedded software design
3
1. Embedded software design platform
2. Introduction to 8bit, 16bit and 32bit core processor
3. Practice of embedded c language
4. General input/output port program design
5. Memory system configuration
6. Peripheral device program design
7. Example of embedded software design
Programmable Logic Controller
3
1. An Overall Look at PLC
2. General PLC Programming Procedures
3. PLC Programming Practice
4. Installation ,Troubleshooting and Maintenance PLC
Design Practice of Sensors Interface Circuit
3
1. Introduction to sensors and transducers
    a. Signal Conditioning for Resistive Sensors
    b. Signal Conditioning for Capacitive Sensors
    c. Signal Conditioning for Inductive Sensors
    d. Signal Conditioning for Self-generating sensors
2. Ultrasound sensing circuits design
    a. Design of Ultrasound Distance-measuring circuits
    b. Design of an Ultrasonic alarm
3. Infrared transmitting and receiving circuits design
4. Electronic thermometer design
5. Motion detecting circuits design
6. Electronic scale interfacing circuits design
7. The torque and speed detection for PM motors
Applications of Fluid Power System and Pneumatics
3
1. Basic concept
2. The basic theory of hydraulic
3. Hydraulic power unit
4. The oil of control value
5. Oil actuator
6. The basic principles of pneumatics.
7. Pneumatics components
8. The basic loop of pneumatics
9. The pneumatics control loop design
10. The pneumatics of electric control loop
Microcontroller Applications
3
1. Programming Concepts and Tools
2. Switches Input Design
3. Seven-segment LED Output Design
4. Solenoid Control Design
5. Interrupts and Programming
6. Timer Operation and Programming
7. Music Programming
3D Animation Technology
3
1. Fundamental Operations
2. Animation Modification
3. Constraints
4. Particle Flow
5. Reactor Dynamic System
6. Rigid Body
7. Soft Objects
8. Character Studio
9. Physique Modifier
Industrial Control Electronics
3
1. Transistor Switches In Memory And Counting Applications
2. PLC
3. Thyristor
4. Measuring Device
5. Telemetry
6. Feedback System And Servomechanisms
Outside-campus Practice
3
1. Public Safety
2. Engineering Ethic
3. Profession Ethic
4. Industrial Practice in the department co-operation companies
5. Meeting of Practice Performance Evaluation
5. Submission of Practice Performance Report
Mechatronics
3
1. The mechatronics technology
2. Electrical principle and technology
3. Electronics principle and technology
4. Mechanical principle and technology
5. Control principle and technology
6. System integration and applications
The products development and manufacture
3
1. Invention and innovation process
2. Group Discussion
3. Patent Search
4. Patent Analysis
5. Patent drafting
6. Sample Design
7. Achievements Exhibition