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Jacob Schanker

Lecturer
Department of Electrical, Computer, and Telecommunications Engineering Technology
College of Engineering Technology

585-475-6537
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Jacob Schanker

Lecturer
Department of Electrical, Computer, and Telecommunications Engineering Technology
College of Engineering Technology

585-475-6537

Currently Teaching

EEET-433
3 Credits
Develops the knowledge and ability to analyze, design, and measure high frequency signal transmission media as applied to digital and RF systems. Topics include the propagation of electromagnetic waves on wire media; transmission line voltage, current, loss and impedance; graphical methods for analysis; transmission lines as circuit elements, application of the general transmission line equation as derived from the LC distributed model. During the course’s laboratory component, students learn proper transmission line instrumentation techniques and design transmission line circuits that meet design specifications.
EEET-313
3 Credits
Develops the knowledge and ability to design communication electronics, such as AM/FM radios using transistors and integrated circuits. This course applies the concepts of circuits and electronics to basic analog communication circuits for amplitude and frequency modulation. Topics studied are RF Amplifiers, Fourier Analysis, AM and FM transmission and reception, phase-locked loops, synthesizers, oscillators, DSB and SSB communication systems, antennas, and EM wave propagation. The course’s laboratory component provides experience in the practice and application of the concepts of circuits and electronics to basic analog communication circuits for amplitude and frequency modulation in a laboratory environment. Construction and measurement are emphasized.
EEET-431
2 Credits
Develops the knowledge and ability to analyze and design high frequency signal transmission media as applied to digital and RF systems. Topics include the propagation of electromagnetic waves on wire media; transmission line voltage, current, loss and impedance; graphical methods for analysis; transmission lines as circuit elements, application of the general transmission line equation as derived from the LC distributed model.
EEET-312
1 Credits
Provides experience in the practice and application of the concepts of circuits and electronics to basic analog communication circuits for amplitude and frequency modulation in a laboratory environment. Construction and measurement are emphasized. Topics studied are RF amplifiers, Fourier analysis, construction of an AM and/or FM receiver, oscillators, filters, and circuit simulation.
EEET-211
3 Credits
Develops the knowledge and ability to design active electronic circuits using diodes, bipolar and field effect transistors. Emphasis is placed on device characteristics and specifications, biasing circuits and transistor modeling. Applications of class A, B, and D amplifiers including frequency response and thermal analysis are studied.