Rajiv Gandhi Government Engineering College Kangra at Nagrota Bagwan

COs of 4th Semester ECE

HS-409 Humans Values & Professional ethics
CO1 To Understand the need for value education to bring harmony in the society.
CO2 To Understand the self-Exploration as the process of value education.
CO3 To Know the meaning of basic aspirations and program to fulfill the aspiration.
CO4 To Understand harmony at four levels of existence,(oneself,family,society and nature).
EC-401 Analog Communication
CO1 To understand the basic fundamentals of the analog communication.
CO2 To study the probability theory, random processes and various types of noise.
CO3 To understand the analog modulation along with generation and demodulations processes.
CO4 To understand the angle modulation along with generation and demodulations processes.
EC-402 Microprocessors & Peripherals
CO1 Explain the fundamental concepts such as instruction set, registers, memory addressing modes, and data transfer mechanisms of microprocessors.
CO2 Develop proficiency in programming microprocessors using assembly language.
CO3 Describe the concept of interrupts and their role in microprocessor operation.
CO4 Design and implement interfaces for connecting microprocessors with external devices and peripherals.
CO5 Understand the implications of new technologies on microprocessor design and applications.
EC-403 Linear Integrated Circuits
CO1 Explain internal components and characteristics of Op-Amp
CO2 Illustrate the linear, non-linear applications of Op-Amp and active filters.
CO3 Describe Op-Amp based oscillators, comparators and converters.
CO4 Discuss various voltage regulators and applications of special function Op-Amp ICs
CO5 Justify the output of any Op-Amp application using hardware.
EC-404 Pulse Shaping & Wave Generation
CO1 Recall the basic operation of different electronics components like resistor, capacitor, inductor, timers, diodes, transistors, UJTs etc.
CO2 Describe linear waveform and non-linear waveforms generation methods using high pass filters, low pass filters, integrators and differentiators.
CO3 Employ sampling gates for selecting the transmission signal in a certain time interval.
CO4 Analyse UJT and 555 timers with respect to their applications.
CO5 Design of Digital to Analog converters using various techniques.
EC-405 Microprocessors& Peripherals Lab
CO1 Demonstrate the functions and operation of 8085 Microprrocessor kit.
CO2 practical hands on experience with with assembly language programming
CO3 Develop and simulate various assembly language programs
CO4 Familiarise with interfacing of various peripherals device with 8085.
EC-406 Pulse Shaping, Wave Generation and LIC Lab
CO1 Demonstrate the characterstics of negative feedback amplifier using op-amp
CO2 Design Low Pass, High Pass and band pass filters.
CO3 Design phase shift oscilltor for a particular frequency.
CO4 Demonstre the use of clippers and clampers in the linear and non-linear wave shaping
EC-407 Electronic workshop& Analog Communication Lab
CO1 Understand issues related to transmission of signals through communication channels
CO2 Students will understand analog communication systems using amplitude/angle modulation and demodulation.
CO3 Students are familiar with analog radio transmitters and receivers.
CO4 Understand the fabrication process of PCB.
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