Rajiv Gandhi Government Engineering College Kangra at Nagrota Bagwan

COs 5th Semester ECE

Digital Communication EC 501
CO1 Apply the knowledge of sampling theory and practices in digital communication
CO2 Understand the signalling over AWGN channel and Gram Schmidt Orthogonalization process.
CO3 Explain the concept of inter-symbol interference, nyquist channel and eye patterns in baseband data transmission.
CO4 Analyse the performance of various line codes.
CO5 Describe the generation, detection, signal space representation and probability of error analysis of digital modulation techniques.
Electromagnetic Field Theory EC 502
CO1 Define and recognize different coordinate systems to describe the spatial variations of the physical quantities dealt in electromagnetic field theory as they are functions of space and time. Apply different techniques of vector calculus to understand different concepts of electromagnetic field theory.
CO2 Explain fundamental laws governing electromagnetic fields and evaluate the physical quantities of electromagnetic fields (Field intensity, Flux density etc.) in different media using the fundamental laws.
CO3 Apply Maxwell equations for solving complex electromagnetic problems.
CO4 Generalize the concepts of guided structures like transmission line, means of transporting energy or information, commonly used in power distribution and communication.
Electronic Measurements & Measuring Instruments EC 504
CO1 Explain the concept of measurement and related instrumentation required.
CO2 Familiarize with construction and working of different types of ac and dc bridges.
CO3 Analyse the principles of various types of sensors, transducers and data acquisition system
CO4 Impart with the basic concepts of CRO, electronic instruments and their usage for the measurement of various parameters.
CO4 Apply the knowledge of Display Devices, Recorders and telemetry and other measuring instruments in practical fields
Power Electronics EC 505
CO1 State various power electronics devices like Diode, Transistors, MOSFETS, GTO, DIAC, SCR Etc
CO2 Describe basic operation and compare performance of various power semiconductor devices, passive components and switching circuits.
CO3 Demonstrate power converter circuits using suitable waveforms.
CO4 Compare cycloconverts and Choppers at the system level and assess the performance.
Introduction to Microcontrollers for Embedded Systems EC 506
CO1 Explain the various architectural considerations of an embedded system.
CO2 Analyse various peripherals of MSP430 microcontroller.
CO3 Describe the Timers and PWM in MSP430
CO4 Distinguish between various communications protocols in MSP430.
CO4 Implement a complete embedded system using MSP430 controller.
Power Electronics & EMMI Lab EC- 511
CO1 Analyze the I-V characteristics of SCR, DIAC and TRIAC
CO2 Identify different measuring instruments for the measurement of various electrical and non-electrical parameters
CO3 Select various transducers for the measurement of physical quantities like temperature, pressure, distance and displacement.
Introduction to Microcontrollers for Embedded systems lab EC 512
CO1 Demonstrate the features of MSP-EXP430G2 Launchpad and Energia IDE.
CO2 Practice different types of programming using the MSP430 Launchpad peripherals such as GPIOS, Timers and PWM
CO3 Develop testing and experimental procedures on MSP430 launchpad and their operation under different cases.
CO3 Prepare professional quality textual and computational results, incorporating accepted data analysis and synthesis methods, simulation software, and word‐processing tools.
MATLAB and its application in communication systems EC- 513
CO1 Practise and gain hands on experience of all the theoretical concepts of communication systems.
CO2 Familiarise with the software matlab and its simulations.
CO3 Work in teams and prepare formal reports
CO4 Demonstrate practical knowledge of the subject when required in industry
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