Course
Description

Probability, Random Variable, Operation on One Random Variable, Multiple Random Variables, Operations on Multiple Random Variables, Random Processes,Spectral Characteristics of Random Processes, linear systems
since 2004 till now

Units, definitions, and simple circuits. Circuit analysis techniques. Inductance and capacitance. Source-free RL and RC circuits. The application of unit-step forcing functions. The RLC circuits. The sinusoidal forcing function. The phasor concept. The phasor relationships for R,  L, and C. Impedance/admittance. The sinusoidal steady state response. Circuit analysis using matlab and SPICE.

2005-2006,2007-2008,2009-2010

DC Circuits, Ohm’s law, Kirchhoff’s law, voltage and current division, nodal and mesh analysis, network theorems. Natural response, source free RL and RC circuits
AC circuits analysis, phasor concept, ac power, three phase ac circuits. Introduction to Electronic

Signals classification,Systems classification,Fourier series,Fourier Transsformation,Discret signals
2006-2007,2007-2008

2005-2006,2006-2007,2008-2009

since 2004 till now

Students are assumed to have a background of the following topics:
• Basic computer skills.
• Basic computer programming.
• Basic Mathematics, Linear algebra.
• Basic scalar, array, vectors and matrices operations
• Solution of ordinary differential equations.
• Basic electric circuit analysis.
since 2006 till now

This is an introductory course designed to familiarize students with practical concepts and the terminology involved in optical fiber communications systems.  Basic optical principles are reviewed.  Dielectric slab-waveguides, fiber waveguides and integrated optics devices are discussed.  The major components of a fiber communications link, including optical sources, detectors, and fibers are covered.  The current state of the art and expected future directions in optical telecommunications are discussed.

2010/2011--2011/2012