Senior Theses - Electrical and Computer Engineering

 
This collection consists of senior theses written for ECE 499. The default access setting for all theses is Private/Closed; recommendation by the student's faculty advisor is required for Open or Limited access.

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  • Zhou, Yunwen (2016-05)
    The purpose of fabricating the physical vapor deposition silicon (PVD-Si) wafer is to insert built-in alignment marks on it. To start with, there is a silicon wafer covered by a 100 nm-thick silicon dioxide layer, and then ...

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  • Zhao, Yixuan (2016-05)
    In the design of miniature microstrip transmission lines, a meandered line is often used as an effective method to insert proper electrical delay while reducing the feature size. However, this design technique also introduces ...

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  • Yue, Chang (2016-05)
    This paper discusses method to calculate the electron drift velocity in the F;region of the ionosphere. Data from the ALTAIR radar was provided in voltage phasor form in profile and range dimensions, and was used after ...

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  • Yin, Tong (2016-05)
    The operational amplifier has been widely adopted in the application of voltage follower, current-to-voltage converter, active filter, integrator etc. However, traditional amplifier topologies suffer from the trade-off ...

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  • Xiong, Mingye (2016-05)
    Since its isolation in monolayer sheets, graphene has emerged as an ideal two-dimensional (2D) material with exotic physical properties. For electronics applications, graphene is attractive because of the linear energy-momentum ...

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