James F. Frenzel
875 Perimeter Dr, MS 1023
Dept Fax: 208-885-7579
Office (GJL 207): 208-885-7532
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Jim has been at the University of Idaho since 1990, where he is an Associate Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. In a prior life, he was a tiny cog in the Big Blue Machine and a Cameron Crazie. When not teaching, he often could be found on the pitch, coaching youth soccer for Moscow United.
ECE 240/241 - Digital Logic and Lab
ECE 340/341 – Microcontrollers and Lab
ECE 349 - Background Study in Digital Computer Fundamentals
ECE 440 - Digital Systems Engineering
ECE 440 (EO) - Digital System Engineering (Engr Outreach, recorded Spring 2017)
ECE 443 - Dist Proc & Control Nets (Adv Microcontrollers)
ECE 445 - Intro to VLSI Design (recorded Fall 2014)
BS, Physics, Bucknell
MS., Electrical Engineering, Duke University, 1983
PhD, Electrical Engineering, Duke University, 1989
All things "digital" - be it hardware or software. Currently interested in embedded Linux, natural language, hardware verification, and pedestrian tracking.
Dr. Frenzel is a member of the IEEE and a licensed Professional Engineer in
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