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Introduction to Electrical and Electronic Engineering


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Learn fundamental knowledge about electrical and electronic engineering from Tokyo Tech instructors and engineers working in the Japanese industry.

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This course introduces fundamental topics in electrical and electronic engineering including a broad range of examples. Topics covered are solar cells (batteries) and portable cell phones, applications from Japanese companies, including the high-speed railway, plus advanced research being performed at high-tech laboratories in Japan. The topics covered range from introductory materials to fundamental research and their practical applications. There are two lecture videos on each topic. The lecture at the top of the page is in English (dubbed using Google text to speech API), and contains slides in English and closed captions in English. The lecture below is given in Japanese with English transcripts. All materials (slides, quizzes and final report) are provided in both Japanese and English.

By taking this course, you will gain basic knowledge in the following areas of electrical and electronic engineering.

  • Electromagnetic Applications
  • Electronics Materials
  • Electronic Devices
  • Wireless Communication

Week 0. Introduction
Week 1. Electromagnetic Applications
Week 2. Electronics Materials
Week 3. Electronic Devices
Week 4. Wireless Communication

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