This course is designed to cover the special topics of current interests in optical engineering.
This course is designed for introducing ray analysis to analyze electromagnetic scattering problems. As one of the ray analyses, GTD (Geometrical Theory of Diffraction) is explained and employed to solve various electromagnetic scattering problems.
This course is designed to provide fundamental principles of EMI / EMC with numerous design practices of high-performance circuit, module, and system to meet EMI / EMC compliant specifications.
(Prerequisite: EE204, EE304)
This course covers many facets of the topic of high-resolution radar, including basic principles, radar systems, Doppler radar, polarimetric radar, and spaceborne radar, and Synthetic Aperture Radar.
This course is designed to lecture nonlinear optical phenomena in optical fiber and their applications including effects on optical communications. The course will start with general concepts of nonlinear optics and wave propagation in an optical fiber.
This course provides a broad introduction to optical networks. We review the fundamentals of optical communication technologies, the optical circuit and packet network technologies, and all optical packet switching networking. Topics include optical fiber system, optical networking technologies, PON, WDM networking, IP over WDM, OPS/OBS, and optical layer management technologies. (Prerequisite: EE441, EE520, EE527)