Department of Electronic Engineering

The Department of Electronic Engineering further strengthened the curriculum by acquiring the 'Certification of the Accreditation Board for Engineering Education in Korea (ABEEK)' in 2004 and has been focusing on producing field-oriented engineers, offering Samsung Electronics Information and Communications Track and LG Electronics Employment Contract Program. The Department not only carries out mega-scale, national projects such as Brain Korea (BK21) Stage 2 Project, National Research Laboratory projects, ITRC (Information Technology Research Center) projects, ERC (Engineering Research Center) projects as an ‘Outstanding Research Institute Accredited by the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology’, but it also participates in various corporate and government-funded research projects and strives to become a global research institute with world-class research capabilities.

location : Rm.620, Bima Hall

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Course Descriptions

Advanced Electronic Circuit

Deals with speech amplifier, intermediate frequency amplifier, frequency transformer, circuit design with OP amp, and design of digital system.

Advanced Electronics Lab. 1, 2

Introduction to basic concepts and techniques used for design and implementation of both a module and a system viewpoint with the studies of logic design issues including symbology, Boolean algebra, combinational logic, memory elements, timing and synchronization techniques, and synthesis of sequential circuits.

Analysis of Circuit Network

Covers the fundamental theory for network analysis and the analysis of circuit using graph theory, state variables and mesh.

Antenna Engineering

This course deals with fundamental theorems of antenna and wave propagation, wave radiation by current and magnetic devices, classification of waves, theory of electromagnetic waves, feeder line theory and matching to load, characteristics and classes of antenna, and design of antenna.

Circuit theory 1, 2

Deals with the relationship between current and voltage, fundamental theorems about circuits, closed circuits, node equations, Laplace transform and circuit equations and also covers the steady state response and transient response of the system, impulse response and the theory of RLC filters.

Communication Theory 1, 2

Introduces the fundamental communication theory such as signal and linear system analysis, spectrum analysis, random process and covers real communication systems and theory of AM, FM and PM. Also, covers the theory and applications of PCM, multiple communication systems, and data communication systems.

Communication Network Theory

Considers the structure of communication network based on graph theory and deals with communication traffic theory and network reliability. Also covers the construction of communication network which is a basis of the design of communication network.

Communication System Design

Based on analog/digital communication theory, ASIC and RFIC/MMIC design is performed and implemented on FPGA chip.

Computer Architecture

This course deals with basic computer structure and design, register transfer and microprogramming, arithmetic processor design, input-output device, memory organization, virtual memory, microprocessors, and microcomputer architecture.

Computer Networks

Comprehensive studies on the various schemes of communication utilizing computer, the design and principle of computer network, including the lectures concerning TCP/IP PROTOCOL.

Data Communications

General theory of data communication, data communication systems, data transmission, and communication channel.

Digital Communications

General studies on digital communication systems and components. Topics include structure of digital communication system, detection theory, waveform coding, digital modulation, error-correction code, and spread spectrum modulation.

Digital Engineering 1, 2

Number system, binary operation, number code, logic theory, combinational logic, sequential logic, flip-flop, memory, I/O device, D/A and A/D converter, and microprocessor structure.

Digital Signal Processing

Review on continuous and discrete time signals and systems and Fourier analysis, and introduction to discrete-time Fourier transform, fast Fourier transform, design and analysis of digital filters.

Electric Circuit Lab.

This course is designed to understand and prove the basic principles and theorems of electronics, including DC circuits and AC circuits, operating principles of fundamental instruments, and characteristics of diode, transistor and FET.

Electromagnetics 1, 2

Topics include vector analysis, electrostatic in vacuum, electrostatic field in dielectric, solution of boundary problems in charge motion, magnetic static field, electromagnetic induction, magnetic filed in magnetic substance, Maxwell's equations, pointing vector, plane wave, transmission line theory, and numerical method in electromagnetics.

Electronic Circuit 1, 2

Topics in this course are about diode and transistor circuits, MOSFET, bias stability, small signal analysis, power amplifiers, feedback and oscillators, theory and applications of OP amp, and design algorithm of active filters.

Electronic Circuit Lab. 1, 2

This course is designed to introduce various electronic instruments for basic experiment and to do some experiments about circuit elements, such as diode, BJT, FET and amplifier.


This course introduces the principles of electromagnetic interference(EMI) and electromagnetic compatibility(EMC) problems. Methods to protect from potential sources of EMI/EMC, which can be radio transmitters, power lines, electronic circuits, lightening, lamp dimmers, and electric motors, are discussed.

High Speed Network

Studies on the standardization and specification of the high speed techniques, such as High Speed LAN, Cabler Modem, ADSL, SONET, ATM. Speculations about core networking and access network of IMT-2000.

Information Theory

Studies the probability theory to get the objective measure of information and based on this, analyze the information source, the amount of information, entropy and communication circuit. Also, deals with source coding of information, channel coding, error detection and correction theories.

Information Telecommunication Lab. 1

Performs experiments for understanding of communication circuits and design methods of fundamental communication systems. Emphasizes on experiments for a variety of modulation schemes and deals with the analysis, measure and estimation with circuits.

Information Telecommunication Lab. 2

Based on the understanding of communication circuits, performing some experiments on data communication and deals with the techniques of measurement. Also performs fundamental experiments on information and communication by using microprocessor and PC.

Integrated Circuit Design and Applications

This course is designed to study principles of using CAD tools in designing digital VLSI systems: stick diagrams, design rules, and layout diagrams for CMOS technology. Design and implementation of custom VLSI integrated circuit are also discussed. Understand the principles of designing digital VLSI systems and utilizing CAD tools to explore design alternatives. All assignments require the use of Cadence IC Design Environment.

Internet Engineering

Increase the knowledge about the basic structure of TCP/IP and network protocol and compare with client/server model. Studies on network management based on SNMP, electronic mail, FTP, SMTP, telenet, etc.

Logic Circuit Lab.

Design and analysis of basic logic circuits and Mux/Demux, Adder, Decoder, Counter, Register using combinational and sequential logic.


Studies on system design and control using microprocessor. Topics include numerical operation, CPU, peripheral devices, microcomputer programming.

Microwave Circuit Design

This course is aimed at developing a practical understanding of microstrip components and systems. All major aspects of microstrip circuits, principles and design are covered.

Microwave Communication Lab 1,2

Studies on the phenomena associated with wave propagation and radiation are included. Diffraction, interference, and guided electromagnetic waves on continuous transmission lines are discussed. Microwave active and passive circuit design, impedance matching, and low noise amplifier design are also studied.

Microwave Engineering 1, 2

Topic includes transverse electromagnetic wave, transmission lines, propagation in cylindrical waveguides, inhomogeneously filled waveguide, exaltation of waveguides, surface waveguides, and microstrip lines.

Mobile Communication Engineering

This course includes methods of telecommunications, the development of mobile communications systems, structure of radio communication systems, techniques in radio communications, cellular telephony, mobile radio networks, policy and network implementation, and implementation of a mobile communication systems.

Multimedia Engineering

Studies on image and speech/audio processing. Hardware, Software and firmware structure for the multimedia signal processing are studied.

New Media Communications

Studies on design of video communication systems, TV and HDTV signals, video phone, video conference system, and image compression algorithms such as JPEG and MPEG.

Optical Communication Engineering

Diffusion and loss characteristics of light in optical fiber, theory of optical device for communication, optical modulation, optical receiver, and design of spread spectrum optimal communication system.

Optical Communication Network

Studies on the technic to enable optical communication, multiplexing, WDM optical network, broadcast networks, wavelength-Routed networks, SONET.

Physical Electronics 1, 2

Topics include electronics motion in vacuum, electric discharge in gas, electron in solid, electron emission, vacuum tube, photo tube &gas tube, semiconductor and PN junction, transistor, integrated circuits, and various devices.

Probability and Random Signals

Deals with the basic theory on probability including density and distribution functions, moments of random variables with the examples of normal and exponential distribution functions. Also covers mean, variance, correlation function, spectral density function and further about the input and output relationship of linear systems for random processes.

Programming Languages

Lectures C++ language for the engineer and covers the fundamentals of the object based programming. It goes with some programming exercises.

Radar Engineering

Techniques required in generating high-power radio emission and in detecting their echoes from extraterrestrial objects and plasmas are to be introduced. Interpretation of the received signal in terms of the characteristics of the interplanetary plasma and planetary atmospheres as they affect propagation are to be provided. In addition, radar equation, ambiguity function and its calculation for waveforms of interest to radar astronomy, modulation and detection techniques are to be discussed.

Semiconductor Engineering

Studies on physical properties of semiconductor, fabrication and operation of semiconductor devices such as diode and transistor, and application of semiconductor device.

Signals and Systems

Description of continuous and discrete time signals and systems, system analysis using differential and difference equation, and signal analysis using Laplace transform, Fourier transform, Z-transform, Fourier series.

Synthesis of Communication Network

Deals with the synthesis of LC, RC, RL, and RLC circuits for one port network and also deals with the design of passive and active filters.

Thesis Project

Project proposal and thesis work supervised by faculty member for Bachelor degree in Electronic Engineering.

Wave Propagation Engineering

Considers the wave characteristics when waves propagate through free space or transmission line and methods of solving wave equation with boundary conditions. Also deals with characteristics of material through which waves propagate.