SE 420 - Digital Control Systems
Last offered Fall 2022
Theory and techniques for control of dynamic processes by digital computer; linear discrete systems, digital filters, sampling signal reconstruction, digital design, state space methods, computers, state estimators, and laboratory techniques. Course Information: 4 undergraduate hours. 4 graduate hours. Prerequisite: SE 320. Class Schedule Information: This course may be a substitute Design Elective in the SE Undergraduate curriculum. The 4th credit hour may be applied to the SE Secondary Field of Concentration (by petition) or Free Electives.
|Digital Control Systems||AB1||68158||LAB||0||1500 - 1750||M||3075 Electrical & Computer Eng Bldg||Daniel J Block|
|Digital Control Systems||AB2||68159||LAB||0||1500 - 1750||W||3075 Electrical & Computer Eng Bldg||Daniel J Block|
|Digital Control Systems||AL||68157||LCD||4||0800 - 0920||T R||203 Transportation Building||Dusan M Stipanovic|