DelPHE. WHAT IS IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING?. Dr. Bahawodin Baha University of Brighton, UK July 2007. OUTLINE. What is DelPHE? A brief summary of the progress so far. An overview of typical electrical engineering department Subdivisions of electrical and electronic engineering
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Dr. Bahawodin Baha
University of Brighton, UK
These systems convert energy to and from electrical form and transmit energy over long distances, distribute energy to dwellings' and industrial complexes.
These systems are composed of generators, transformers, distribution lines, motors and other elements.
2. Control Systems
These systems gather information with sensors and use electrical energy to control physical process.
3. Electronics (DelPHE)
Electronics is the study and application of materials, devices, and circuits used in amplifying and switching electrical signals.
4. Communication Systems
Transport information in electrical form. Cellular telephones, radio, satellite television and the internet are examples of communication systems.
5. Computer Systems
Process and store information in digital form. Computer is an essential electronic equipment in the lives of people at the developed world.
Electromagnetics is the study and application of electrical and magnetic fields. Cellular telephones and television antenna and magnetron (a device in the oven) are examples of electromagnetic devices.
7. Signal Processing
Is concerned with information-bearing electrical signal. Often, the objective is to extract useful information from electrical signals derived from sensors. Application are machine vision and robotics.
(Re-printed from Afghanistan Studies Journal, Vol. 1, No. 2)