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Carol Jaeger has a Bachelor's degree in Engineering Physics, Electrical Engineering option, from Queen's University at Kingston, and a Master's degree in Electrical Engineering from UBC. She has been a faculty member in the department of Electrical and Computer Engineering since 2003, and has been a Senior Instructor since 2008. Carol teaches a variety of courses at the second and third year level, including circuit analysis, electronics, electromagnetics, and electromechanics.
Circuit Analysis I
The fundamentals of analysis of lumped linear time-invariant circuits; network theorems; operational amplifiers; first order circuits; DC analysis of diodes, BJT and FET circuits. [4-2*-1*]
Electrostatics, electric currents, dielectrics, capacitance, electrostatic potential, magnetostatics. [2-0-1] MATH 264 will be taught with EECE 261 in an integrated fashion; the two courses will share the 3 weekly hours allotted to them. Textbook Engineering Electromagnetics, 7th Edition, Hayt and Buck Prerequisites
Basic Circuit Analysis
Ideal passive elements and sources; Kirchhoff's Laws; DC circuits; natural, and complete response of first order circuits; operational amplifiers; impedance; phasors; complex power. Not open to students in Electrical and Computer Engineering. [3-2*-0] Corequisite
Electronic Circuits II
Analysis and design of electronic circuits; biasing of and small-signal models for transistors; frequency response of amplifiers; feedback and stability aspects of amplifier design; OP-AMPs; active filters; oscillators; IC specification and selection. Credit will only be given for one of EECE 356, ELEC 301 or EECE 374.
Biomedical Engineering Instrumentation
Theory and experiments involving instruments for general, orthopedic, cardiac and minimally invasive surgery as well as sensors for respiratory, cardiac, bioelectric, biochemical and nervous system measurement. Restricted to students admitted to the Biomedical Engineering option in Electrical Engineering.
Electromagnetic Fields and Waves
Waves and propagation; Maxwell's equations; applications including transmission lines; impedance matching and Smith charts; reflection and refraction; waveguides and antennas. [4-0-0] Textbook Engineering Electromagnetics, Hayt and Buck, 7th edition Prerequisites ELEC 211 - Engineering Electromagnetics
An on-line real-time relative dissipation factor monitoring system
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