Degrees and Concentrations:

    1- Bachelor of Telecommunication and Marine Electronics Engineering

    2- Bachelor of Electrical Engineering - Telecommunications

    3- Bachelor of Electrical Engineering - Electronics

    4- Bachelor of Electrical Engineering

    5- Master of Electrical Engineering - Telecommunication System Orientation

Bachelor of Marine Telecommunication and Electronics Engineering:

First Series of Admission: October 2005

Last Series of Admission: February 2015

In all areas in which a vehicle plays a key role, the telecommunications debate is an undeniable urgency and necessity in that area. Ships and navigators and marine vehicles in general need a strong telecommunications system to send or receive messages for urgent work or emergency occasions. Circuits and telecommunication systems are complex systems that meet more and more human needs every day.

Graduates of Telecommunication and Electronics Engineering take charge of the leading and proper guidance, repair, and maintenance of all electronic devices in navigator. It should be noted that graduates of this field should be familiar with electrical engineering, power orientation, electronics and telecommunications.

The courses of this course are a combination of general courses, basic sciences and main courses of electrical engineering and specialized courses of telecommunications and electronics.

Training Plan: The average length of this course is 4 years and the length of each semester is 17 weeks of full training. The duration of each theoretical course is at least 17 hours, laboratory is 24 hours and workshop is at least 51 hours.

Basic Courses: mathematics, differential equations, statistics and probability engineering, computer programming, numerical computing and physics.

Main and Specialized Courses: electromagnetism, electrical circuits, electronics, electrical measurement, electrical machines, logic circuits, engineering mathematics, specialized foreign languages, telecommunications, principles of marine engineering, linear control systems, computer components, antennas, principles of radar systems, arpa radars, pulse technology, microprocessors, sound waves in water and sonar, and internships.

The purpose of this program is to train experts in the field of understanding how to operate and how to maintain and exploitation and analyze and design electronic and telecommunication systems and circuits.

Graduates of this program will have the following abilities:

- Sufficient skills in exploitation, maintaining and repairing external systems and providing the basis for designing and implementing these systems

- Identifying new technologies and evaluating them and having the necessary ground for innovation

- Supervising and controlling the activities of experts and arranging associate training programs of experts in the above fields

- Participating in industrial research projects and technical studies in the field of telecommunications

- Planning and supervising relevant activities

- Preparing technical reports and providing corrective suggestions to improve the work

Bachelor of Electrical Engineering - Electronics:

First Series of Admission:  October 2013

Last Series of Admission:  October 2014

Electronics is a science that studies the motion of electrons in a vacuum in conductive or semiconductor materials and its effects and applications. According to this definition, an electronics engineer works in the field of manufacturing electronic components and their application in circuits.

In other words, the field of electronic engineering activity can be divided into two main branches: "component manufacturing and circuit application" and "electrical circuit design".

Pulse technique, electronics 3, microprocessor, computer architecture, telecommunication circuits, modern physics and electronic physics are among the main courses of electronic orientation.

Areas

Electronic engineering designs, manufactures, analyzes and improves all electrical and electronic systems and devices in all shapes and sizes.

Electronics engineers design and build electronic and electrical circuits with many functions.

Specialized Courses in Electrical Engineering - Electronics:

Among basic and effective courses in electronic engineering can be noted to electrical circuits, electronics 1 and 2, logic circuits and telecommunications.

Some of the specialized courses in this field are:

Electronics: The first topic of this lesson is about frequency response, which briefly examines the factors related to the reduction of interest at high and low frequencies (actually higher and lower than the middle bandwidth) and methods for obtaining high and low cut-off frequencies in transistor amplifiers. In the second topic, the stability of feedback amplifiers is considered.

Pulse Technique: In circuit and electronics lessons, students are introduced to sinusoidal signals and the response of linear or non-linear circuits to them. Today, due to increasing growth of digital technology less electronic circuits are found in which sinusoidal signals were used. Pulses are generally referred to as signals that have mutation changes. The most important of these signals, which are also examined in the pulse technique course, are step, square, diagonal and exponential signals.

Microprocessor: After the advent of digital electronics and attractive and simple aspects of digital design and many applications of this innovation, SSI, MSI technologies, digital electronic devices, such as logic components were introduced to the market. Texas designed and introduced the first 16-bit microprocessor with SI2 technology, which was used as the main part of the calculator, and this was the first step in the emergence of microprocessors.

Computer Architecture: This course studies the architecture inside 8-bit and how to execute instructions in these processors, examine the memory and how microprocessors access memory information, introduce the assembly language of 8-bit processors and create the ability to write a program for a specific function by microprocessors and the introduction of lateral components used by microprocessors.

Telecommunication Circuits: The telecommunication circuit course examines the structure or design of circuits that operate at high frequencies or in some way play a role in sending messages to the receiver and transmitter. This course first introduces thermal, cracker noise and suggests ways to limit the noise, then discusses aggravation and conversion circuits of impedance used to transmit maximum power.

Modern Physics: In the first chapter of this course, by dealing with the specific relativity, our scientific knowledge is completely wrong, and all our knowledge will be destroyed by dealing with principles such as time dilation, Doppler phenomenon, length contraction, relativity of mass, mass and energy, etc. (at least in the realm of knowing).

Other chapters of the course deal with topics such as particle properties of waves, photoelectric phenomena, quantum theory of light, X-rays, particle diffraction, atomic structure, quantum mechanics, and so on.

Electronic Physics: includes the study of silicon properties, crystallography, methods of manufacturing components and semiconductor circuits, analysis and design of these circuits, obtaining specifications of component and it is one of the most important fields of work and research in the field of electronics. Prerequisite for this section is mastery of the Engineering mathematics course and differential equations briefly in quantum physics and modern physics.

Bachelor of Electrical Engineering - Telecommunications:

First Series of Admission:  October 2013

Last Series of Admission:  October 2014

Undergraduate Majors

Undergraduate electrical engineering has 4 majors: electronics, telecommunications, control and power. The above majors in the bachelor's degree are not much different from each other and each major differs from the other majors only in 30 credits or less. And even a number of electrical engineering graduates in the job market are attracted to other concentrations in the field.

Electrical Engineering- Telecommunications

Telecommunication is a branch of electrical engineering that works in the field of sending and receiving information. This information can be audio, video or computer data. Telecommunication engineering enables the practical implementation of processes by providing the necessary theories and foundations to establish communication between two or more users. The purpose of telecommunication engineering is to train specialists in four main areas of this major, including transmitter, communication channel, receiver and network expansion, the scope of each of which are:

Transmitter: Includes a variety of signal generation systems and send it to the antenna.

Communication Channel: transmission line including cable, open space, etc.

Receiver: including antenna, how to receive, detect and ...

Network Expansion: including generalization of simple communication line, switching devices, communication between user collections and ...

Telecommunication consists of two orientations, field and system. In the field orientation, students are introduced to the concepts of magnetic fields, waves, microwaves, antennas, and so on.

In system orientation, design of telecommunication systems, modulations and demodulations (adaptation of information to the communication channel for sending and receiving), encoders and information detectors, as well as various filters that can distinguish intrusive or jamming waves from the main waves and identify them and remove them and reveal only the main waves.

It is worth mentioning that today, with the development of wireless telecommunications, a closer relationship has been established between the two concentrations of the field and the system. For example, in a mobile phone, we have both equipment related to telecommunication circuits and equipment related to transmitter and receiver antenna. Therefore, a telecommunication engineer today must be well aware of both concentrations in order to be able to design a wireless device.

Bachelor of Electrical Engineering

Electrical Engineering:

First Series of Admission:  October 2015

Undergraduate electrical engineering has 4 majors: electronics, telecommunications, control and power. The above majors in the bachelor's degree are not much different from each other and each major differs from the other majors only in 30 credits or less. And even a number of electrical engineering graduates in the job market are attracted to other concentrations in the field.

Master of Electrical Engineering - Telecommunications (System Orientation)

First Series of Admission:  October 1397

Required and Recommended Abilities:

An electrical student must have a creative and analytic mind.

Electrical engineering, like other engineering disciplines, is based on physical concepts and mathematical principles, and the better students understand these concepts, the better engineers they can be. Meanwhile, the telecommunications trend is strongly dependent on physics and mathematics. The main courses in this field, especially in this case of field, include electromagnetism and waves.

Having a high IQ and sufficient mastery of mathematics, physics and foreign languages is a necessity to enter this field.

Specialized Courses in Electrical Engineering - Telecommunications

 Among basic and effective courses in telecommunication engineering that can be referred include mathematics, systems analysis engineering, electrical circuits, electronics and electromagnetism.

 Some specialized courses include:

Telecommunications 2: includes the analysis and design of digital telecommunications networks. The curriculum begins with a review of signal analysis and then random processes are started, and investigate the components of a digital telecommunications system in general, and how to optimize the system for transmitting messages with the least possible error.

Field and Waves: The field and waves lesson examines the behavior of electromagnetic waves in different environments of nature. Environments are divided into conductive and semiconductor parts and insulation, and the behavioral factors of the waves in these environments, such as power dissipation, general reflection, or failure, are investigated.

Electronics 3: The first topic of this lesson is about frequency response, which briefly discusses the factors related to interest rate reduction at high and low frequencies (actually higher and lower than the middle bandwidth) and investigate methods for obtaining high and low cut-off frequencies in transistor amplifiers. In the second topic, the stability of feedback amplifiers is considered.

Telecommunication Circuits: The telecommunication circuit course examines the structure or design of circuits that operate at high frequencies or in some way plays a role in sending messages to the receiver and transmitter. In this lesson, first, thermal noise, crackers, etc. are introduced and ways to limit the noise are suggested, then the amplification and impedance conversion circuits that are used to transmit maximum power are discussed.

Antennas and Wave Diffusion: This lesson discusses how to diffuse electromagnetic waves. The topics discussed in this lesson are theoretical and practical, in other words, it starts with the radiation of a simple electromagnetic source and with its development, it studies the simplest practical antenna.

Microwave: This lesson first examines the transmission of high frequency waves with minimal losses in different environments after the limited definition of microwave in terms of frequency and segmentation of microwaves. Microwave inactive elements are then introduced, including attenuators, phase changers, and directional couplers.

Microprocessor: This lesson can be considered as one of the most attractive and widely used electrical lessons. In today's world, where all analog mechanical devices replace with digital devices, having enough information about how processors work is one of the first needs of an electrical engineer. By combining the contents of this lesson with any of the other lessons, very interesting and widely used designs can be designed.

 

 

 

 

 Faculty Members of the Department:

 

Place of The Study

Degree

Email

Field of The Study

Name

Sharif University of Technology

Ph.D.

damani@cmu.ac.ir

Electrical Engineering - Telecommunications

Rasool Damani

University of New South Wales, Australia

Ph.D.

v.nazarzehi@cmu.ac.ir

Electrical Engineering - Control

Vali Mohammad Nazarzehi

Tehran University

Ph.D.

sarani@cmu.ac.ir

Electrical Engineering - Power

Ismaeel Sarani

University of Waterloo, Canada

Ph.D. student

Zobeir.raisi@cmu.ac.ir

Electrical Engineering - Telecommunications

Zobeir Raisi

Science and Research, Tehran

instructor

lakzaei@cmu.ac.ir

Electrical Engineering - Telecommunications

Mostafa Lakzaei

Semnan University

instructor

j.azarakhsh@cmu.ac.ir

Electrical Engineering - Power

Javad Azarakhsh

 

 


















Laboratories:

    Laboratory of Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering

    Electricity Physics Laboratory

    Circuit Laboratory and Electrical Measurement Laboratory

    Electronics Laboratories (1,2 And 3)

    Logic Circuit Lab (Digital)

    Computer Architecture Laboratory

    Microprocessor Laboratory

    Pulse Technique Laboratory

    Laboratories for Electric Machines (1 and 2)

    Microwave, Antenna and High Frequency Laboratory

    Telecommunication Circuit and Telecommunication Laboratory

    Laboratory of Linear Control Systems

    Microcontroller and Robotics Laboratory

    Electric Workshop

Head of the Department of Marine Telecommunication and Electronics Engineering

Mr. Mostafa Lakzaei

Email: lakzaei@cmu.ac.ir

Phone: (+98 54) 31272135

Mr. Mohammad Chardivari

Phone: (+98 54) 31272188

Laboratories and Workshops Expert

Mr. Dadgar

Phone: (+98 54) 31272116