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  • Electronics Engineering



    The Department of Electronics Engineering, with two individual chairs, focuses on providing cadets the theory and practical implications of Electronics engineering education. By providing analytical skills and practice on the domains of electronic circuits, microprocessors, automatic control and electro-optic systems, cadets are expected to excel and acknowledged for scholarly accomplishments. Upon graduation, cadets majoring in Electronics engineering can apply engineering methodology and creativity to the problems encountered during their service.


Courses Offered

Code Course Title Contents D/S
EE2102 Introduction to Electronics Engineering The Basic Concepts and Kirchhoff’s Laws 6
Circuit Analysis Techniques 21
Inductance, Capacitance and Mutual Inductance 12
EE2203 Electronic Circuits-1 Semiconductor Diodes 6
Diode Applications 12
Bipolar Junction Transistors 6
DC Biasing-BJTs 12
BJT AC Analysis 12
Field Effect Transistors 6
FET Biasing 12
FET Amplifiers 12
EE2202 Circuit Analysis Response of First-Order RL and RC Circuits 5
Natural and Step Responses of RLC Circuits 5
Sinusoidal Steady-State Analysis 25
Sinusoidal Steady-State Power Calculations 5
Introduction to the Laplace Transform 10
The Laplace Transform in Circuit Analysis 15
EE3101 Electronic Circuits-2 Frequency Response of BJT and FET 5
Operational Amplifiers 10
Op-Amp Applications 5
Power Amplifiers 10
Linear Digital ICs 5
Feedback and Oscillator Circuits 15
Power Supplies (Voltage Regulators) 5
Other Two-Terminal Devices 5
Other Devices 5
EE3102 Electromagnetic Theory Vector Analysis 6
Static Electric Fields 9
Static Electric Current 6
Static Magnetic Fields 9
Time Varying Fields and Maxwell Equations 9
EE3103 Digital Design Number Systems and Codes 8
Boolean Algebra and Logic Gates 12
Combinational Circuit Design 16
Flip-Flop and Counters 16
EE3104 Signals and Systems Descriptions of Signals 12
Descriptions of Systems and Time Domain Analysis 8
Continuous Time Fourier Methods 16
Discrete Time Fourier Methods 8
Laplace Transform 4
Z Transform 4
EE3201 Communication Systems Introduction to Communication 4
Fourier Theory and Communication Signals 8
Amplitude Modulation 12
Phase and Frequency Modulation 12
Random Variables and Processes 8
Noise in Analog Modulation 8
EE3202 Microprocessors PIC16F877 Microcontroller 8
CCS C Compiler and Fundamental Concepts 8
Port Input/Output Processes with CCS C  8
Interrupt Processes  4
Components of PIC16F877 Microcontroller and Applications 24
EE3203 Automatic Control Systems Introduction to Automatic Control 4
Laplace Transforms 8
Mathematical Model, System Dynamics and Analysis 8
Transient and Steady-State Analysis 4
Stability 8
Fundamental Control Effects and Industrial Control Elements 4
Frequency Response Methods 8
Root-Locus Methods 8
EE3204 Microwave Technique Plain Electromagnetic Waves 9
Transmission Lines 24
Waveguides 6
EE2204 Fundamentals of Electrical and Electronics Engineering Circuit Theory, Devices and Analyses 12
Operational Amplifiers and Dynamic Behaviour of RLC Circuits 6
Alternating Current Circuits and Semiconductor Devices 8

 

Electronics Engineering Classrooms



There are high-tech classrooms to be used in graduate and post graduate studies. Classes and the related classrooms are shown below:

  • Rising Technologies Classrooms
    • Rising Technologies
    • Electronic War Systems

Electronics Engineering Laboratories



There are high-tech classrooms to be used in graduate and post graduate studies.

Classes and the related classrooms are shown below:

  • Analog Electronic Lab.
    • Introduction to Electronics Engineering
    • Circuit Analysis
    • Electronic Circuits-I
    • Electronic Circuits-II
    • Electro-Optic Systems
  • Communications, Antenna/Microwave Lab.
    • Communication Systems
    • Digital Communication
    • Microwave Technique
    • Antennas and Propagation
  • Digital Design, Microprocessor Lab.
    • Digital Design
    • Microprocessors


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