COURSE OUTCOMES (COs)

BE Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering

At the end of the course, the student should be able to:

Engineering Mathematics-III

CO1:To evaluate complex integration by using Cauchy‟s Integral / Residue theorem.
CO2:To find Laplace Transform of elementary/standard functions.
CO3:To findFourier Transform of non-periodic functions.
CO4:To apply Z-transform tosolve difference equations.
CO5:Understand the physical Meaning of vector differentiation.


Communication Systems-I

CO1:Understand and identify the fundamental concepts and various components of analog communication systems.
CO2:Explain signal to noise ratio, noise figure and noise temperature for single and cascaded stages in a communication system.
CO3:Describe analog pulse modulation techniques and digital modulation technique.
CO4:Develop the ability to compare and contrast the strengths and weaknesses of various communication systems.


Solid State Devices & Circuits-I

CO1:Comply and verify parameters after exciting devices by any stated method.
CO2:Implement circuit and test the performance.
CO3:Analyze small signal model of FET and MOSFET.
CO4:Explain behavior of FET at low frequency.
CO5:Design an adjustable voltage regulator circuits.


Network Analysis & Synthesis

CO1:Learner will be able to apply knowledge of mathematics to solve numerical based on network simplification and it will be used to analyze the same.
CO2:Learner will be able to design analog filters and attenuators theoretically and practically.
CO3:Learner will be able to design analog filters based on which they can further apply knowledge for design of active filters as well as digital filters and even extend this to advance adaptive filters.
CO4:Learner will get an ability to identify issues related to transmission of signals, analyze different RLC networks.
CO5:Learner will be able to find technology recognition for the benefit of the society.


Electrical Circuits and Machines

CO1:Analyze basic AC & DC circuit for voltage, current and power by using KVL, KCL, and network theorems.
CO2:Explain the working principle of different electrical machines.
CO3:Select proper electrical motor for given application.
CO4:Design and analyze transformers.


Linear Integrated Circuits

CO1:Understand the characteristics of IC and Op-Amp and identify the internal structure.
CO2:Understand and identify various manufacturing techniques.
CO3:Derive and determine various performances based parameters and their significance for Op- Amp.
CO4:Comply and verify parameters after exciting IC by any stated method.
CO5:Analyze and identify linear and nonlinear applications of Op-Amp.


Digital Techniques & Applications

CO1:Acquired knowledge about basics of digital electronics.
CO2:Acquired knowledge about solving problems related to number systems and Boolean algebra.
CO3:The ability to understand, analyze and design various combinational and sequential circuits.
CO4:Ability to design various synchronous and asynchronous sequential circuits.
CO5:Acquired knowledge about internal circuitry and logic behind any digital system.


Microprocessors

CO1:Develop basic understanding of microprocessor architecture.
CO2:Design Microprocessor and Microcontroller based systems.
CO3:Understand C, C++ and assembly language programming
CO4:Understand concept of interfacing of peripheral devices and their applications.


Solid State Devices & Circuits-II

CO1:Design and analyze multistage amplifiers.
CO2:Apply compensation techniques for stabilizing analog circuits against parameter variations.
CO3:Design negative feedback amplifier circuits and oscillators.
CO4:Analyze and design solid state power amplifier circuits.
CO5:Analyze and design tuned amplifier circuits.


Component Devices & Instrumentation Technology

CO1:Identify electronics/ electrical instruments, their use, peculiar errors associated with the instruments and how to minimize such errors.
CO2:Explain the industrial and laboratory applications of such instruments.
CO3:Ability to design various AC and DC bridges.
CO4:Understand and apply the printed circuit board designing.
CO5:Acquired knowledge about different transducers.


Communication System-II

CO1:Compare the performance of AM, FM and PM Schemes with reference to SNR.
CO2:Understand noise as a random process and its effect on communication receivers.
CO3:Evaluate the performance of PCM, DPCM and DM in a digital communication system.
CO4:Identify source coding and channel coding schemes for a given communication link.


Micro Processors & Micro Controllers

CO1:Understand the evolution of processor architectures.
CO2:Write simple programs in assembly language of Pentium processor.
CO3:Interface peripheral devices and memory with microcontrollers.
CO4:Understand the evolution of processor architectures.


Electronic Measurement

CO1:Understand and estimate errors in a measurement system .
CO2:Identify the instrument suitable for specific measurements.
CO3:Estimate accurately the values of R,L and C employing suitable bridges.
CO4:Understand the basic principles of transducers for displacement, velocity, temperature and pressure.
CO5:Operate special measuring instruments such as Wave Analyzer, Harmonic Distortion Analyzer and Spectrum Analyzer.


Electromagnetic Engineering

CO1:Solve Maxwell’s equations using vector calculus in three standard coordinate systems.
CO2:Deduce EM wave propagation in free space and in dielectric medium.
CO3:Analyze electromagnetic wave propagation in guiding structures under various matching conditions.
CO4:Understand the power flow mechanism in guiding structures and in unbounded medium.


Feedback Control System

CO1:Analyze electromechanical systems using mathematical modeling.
CO2:Determine Transient and Steady State behavior of systems using standard test signals.
CO3:Analyze linear and non-linear systems for steady state errors, absolute stability and relative stability.
CO4:Design a stable control system satisfying requirements of stability and reduced steady state error.


Audio Video Engineering

CO1:Understand the concept of basic television signal processing.
CO2:Identify globally accepted colour TV standards.
CO3:Demonstrate the need of audio and video compression techniques in real life.
CO4:Acquire knowledge of latest digital TV systems and applications.
CO5:Describe the attributes of acoustics, sound engineering and storage media.


Power Electronics

CO1:Design & implement a triggering / gate drive circuit for a power device.
CO2:Understand, perform & analyze different controlled converters.
CO3:Evaluate battery backup time & design a battery charger.
CO4:Design & implement over voltage / over current protection circuit.


Electronic Circuit Design

CO1:Analyze the different types of diodes, operation and its characteristics.
CO2:Design and analyze the DC bias circuitry of BJT and FET.
CO3:Design circuits using the transistors, diodes and oscillators.
CO4:Develop ability of designing practical circuits through conceptual, analytical, and simulating stages.


Industrial Economics & Telecom Regulation

CO1:Know the fundamentals of economics.
CO2:Explain management theories.
CO3:Identify of telecom policies implemented in India.
CO4:Interpret the challenges to existing International/National relationships introduced by new technologiesand competition.


Industrial Management

CO1:Students will be able to perform the Management Functions.
CO2:Students will be able to compare selected Theories of Management.
CO3:Students will be able to perform the functions in the Marketing Mix.
CO4:Students will be able to use basic Business Application Software.
CO5:Students will be able to assess ethical issues in Business situations.


Antenna and Wave Propagation

CO1:Understand the concept of radiation through mathematical formulation.
CO2:Plot the characteristics of wire and aperture antennas.
CO3:Develop the performance characteristics of array antennas.
CO4:Measure the antenna parameters.
CO5:Understand the behavior of nature on EM wave propagation.


Digital Signal Processing

CO1:Find DFT of a given signal through Fast Fourier Transform Techniques.
CO2:Design FIR and IIR type digital filters.
CO3:Identify filter structures and evaluate the coefficient quantization effects.
CO4:Understand sample rate conversion techniques.
CO5:Compare the architectures of DSP and General Purpose Processors.


Radiation & Microwave Techniques

CO1:Recognize the limitations of existing vacuum tubes and solid state devices at microwave frequencies.
CO2:Study the performance of specialized microwave tubes such as klystron, reflex klystron, magnetron and Travelling wave tube.
CO3:Understand the operation of passive waveguide components.
CO4:Analyze microwave circuits using scattering parameters.
CO5:Test microwave components and circuits with standard microwave bench and vector network analyzer.


Digital Image Processing

CO1:Understand the need for image transforms and their properties.
CO2:Choose appropriate technique for image enhancement both in spatial and frequency domains.
CO3:Identify causes for image degradation and apply restoration techniques.
CO4:Compare the image compression techniques in spatial and frequency domains.
CO5:Select feature extraction techniques for image analysis and recognition.


Satellite & Mobile Communication

CO1:Understand the orbital and functional principles of satellite communication systems.
CO2:Architect, interpret, and select appropriate technologies for implementation of specified satellite communication systems.
CO3:Analyze and evaluate a satellite link and suggest enhancements to improve the link performance.
CO4:Select an appropriate modulation, multiplexing, coding and multiple access schemes for a given satellite communication link.
CO5:Specify, design, prototype and test analog and digital satellite communication systems as per given specifications.


Embedded System

CO1:Identify the hardware and software components of an embedded system.
CO2:Choose appropriate embedded system architecture for the given application.
CO3:Write programs for optimized performance of an embedded system and validate.
CO4:Ability to understand the design concept of Embedded systems.


VLSI Design

CO1:Model digital circuit with HDL, simulate, synthesis and prototype in PLDs.
CO2:Understand chip level issues and need of testability.
CO3:Design analog & digital CMOS circuits for specified applications.
CO4:Student will be able to design digital systems using MOS circuits.


Computer Communication Network

CO1:Understand fundamental underlying principles of computer networking.
CO2:Describe and analyze the hardware, software, components of a network and the
CO3:Interrelations.
CO4:Analyze the requirements for a given organizational structure and select the most appropriate networking architecture and technologies.
CO5:Have a basic knowledge of the use of cryptography and network security.


Fiber Optic Communication

CO1:Learner will apply knowledge of mathematics to solve numerical based on step index and graded index fibers pertaining to MSI and MGI, SMSI.
CO2:Students will understand fiber performance parameters like NA, Group delay, Phase and Group velocity .They will understand optical transmission characteristics theoretically and practically.
CO3:Learners will understand analog and digital links, design consideration of optical links, WDM, fiber data transfer rates in social context.
CO4:With the basic knowledge of OFC course, students can peruse higher studies in LASEERs and electro-optics.
CO5:Students will apply the knowledge of optical key elements to understand optical fiber communication systems.


Software Engineering and Project Management

CO1:Describe the principal tasks of software project managers, and basic concepts in software projects.
CO2:Plan software projects, including risk and quality management.
CO3:Explain basic concepts and principles of components of software engineering, e.g., of requirements engineering, system design, software implementation, testing and maintenance, and how these components contribute to the software process.
CO4:Evaluate and relate different software processes, system models and architectural designs and assess their suitability in a given context.
CO5:Explain, using theory of group dynamics, how the project manager can act to influence success of the project.