Course Outcomes

Course Course Outcomes
UES007- Semiconductor Devices
CO1: To acquire knowledge about semiconductor physics for intrinsic and extrinsic materials.
CO2: To learn the basics of semiconductor diodes, BJTs and their small signal and high frequency analysis.
CO3: To study and analyze the performance of FETs on the basis of their operation and working.
CO4: To study and analyze the rectifier and regulated circuits.
UEC302- Digital Electronic Circuits
CO1: Acquired knowledge about basics of digital electronics.
CO2: Acquired knowledge about solving problems related to number systems and Boolean algebra.
CO3: Ability to identify, analyze and design combinational circuits.
CO4: Ability to design various synchronous and asynchronous sequential circuits.
CO5: Acquired knowledge about internal circuitry and logic behind any digital system.
UEC404- Signals and Systems
CO1: Acquired knowledge about continuous & discrete-time signals.
CO2: Ability to identify LTI & non-linear time-varying systems.
CO3: Foster ability to work using Fourier series & z-transform.
CO4: Foster ability to work using Laplace Trans., CTFT and DTFT.
CO5: Acquired knowledge about FFT & IFFT.
CO6: Ability to identify characteristics of Wide Sense Stationary random processes.
UEC403- Circuit Analysis and Synthesis
CO1: Acquired knowledge about Circuit components and Network graph.
CO2: Ability to identify the Network Theorems and Two Port Network Descriptions.
CO3: Ability to identify response of Network Functions
CO4: Foster ability to work using Time domain systems.
CO5: Ability to identify the characteristics of Attenuators and Filters
CO6: Acquired knowledge about Network Synthesis.
UEC301- Analog communication system
CO1: Acquired knowledge about analog communication.
CO2: Acquired knowledge about AM transmission and reception.
CO3: Acquired knowledge about FM and PM transmission and reception.
CO4: Acquired knowledge about pulse modulation.
CO5: Acquired knowledge about noise.
UEC502- Digital Signal Processing (DSP)
CO1: Acquired knowledge about discrete-time sequences, concept of energy and power, periodicity.
CO2: Acquired knowledge DFT and FFT.
CO3: Ability to design linear digital filters both FIR and IIR using different techniques and their associated structures.
CO4: Ability to understand the concept of linear prediction and estimation.
CO5: Ability to understand the concept of Multi-rate signal processing and sample rate conversion.
CO6: Acquired knowledge about time-frequency analysis.
UEC403- Analog Electronic Circuits
CO1: To understand the concept of multistage amplifiers, analysis of multistage amplifier and its frequency response, Darlington pair and bootstrap circuits.
CO2: To learn the basics of tuned amplifiers such as single tuned, double tuned, stagger tuned & power amplifiers.
CO3: To study and analyze the performance of negative as well as positive feedback circuits.
CO4: To study and analyze the wave shaping circuits and operational amplifies.
UEC504- Microprocessors
CO1: Acquired knowledge about Microprocessors and its need.
CO2: Ability to identify basic architecture of different Microprocessors.
CO3: Foster ability to write the programming using 8085 microprocessor.
CO4: Foster ability to understand the internal architecture and interfacing of different peripheral devices with 8085 Microprocessor.
CO5: Foster ability to write the programming using 8086 microprocessor.
CO6: Foster ability to understand the internal architecture and interfacing of different peripheral devices with 8086 Microprocessor,
UEC501- Digital communication system
CO1: Acquired knowledge about of basics analog and digital communication.
CO2: Acquired knowledge about , quantization and coding.
CO3: Acquired knowledge about different M-ary modulation techniques.
CO4: Acquired knowledge about of inter symbol interference (ISI ).
CO5: Acquired knowledge different estimation methods.
UEC302- Electromagnetic Field Theory & Transmission Lines
CO1: Ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering to the analysis and design of systems involving electric and magnetic fields as well as electromagnetic waves.
CO2: Ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems in the area of electric and magnetic fields and waves.
CO3: Ability to use the techniques, and skills, which are necessary for engineering practice.
CO4: Acquire skills to carry out search for technical issues.
UEC603- Microcontrollers and Embedded Systems
CO1: Acquired knowledge about Microcontroller and its need.
CO2: Ability to identify basic architecture of different Microcontroller 8051.
CO3: Foster ability to write the programming using 8051 microcontroller.
CO4: Foster ability to understand the internal architecture and interfacing of different peripheral devices with 8051 Microcontrollers.
CO5: Foster ability to understand the role of Embedded systems in industry.
CO6: Foster ability to understand the design concept of Embedded systems,
UEC612- Digital System Design
CO1: Acquired knowledge about combinational & sequential circuits.
CO2: Foster ability to identify and code the module using different modeling styles.
CO3: Foster ability to code using subprograms.
CO4: Foster ability to write test benches in VHDL.
CO5: Acquired knowledge about FSM and how to code a FSM.
CO6: Ability to synthesize the VHDL code.
UEC601- Antenna theory & Wave Propagation
CO1: Identify basic antenna parameters.
CO2: Design and analyze wire and aperture antennas.
CO3: Design and analyze antenna arrays.
CO4: Capable of performing various antenna measurements.
CO5: Ability to identify characteristics of radio wave propagation.
UEC602- Linear Integrated Circuits(UEC613)
CO1: Understand the terminal characteristics of op-amps and design /analyse fundamental circuits based on op-amps.
CO2: Analyse feedback and its effect on the performance of op-amp.
CO3: Design and analysis of nonlinear circuits.
CO4: Design and analysis of active filters.
CO5: Design and analysis of various applications using op-amps and IC 555.
UEC621- CMOS Circuit Design
CO1: Understand the Physics of MOS device.
CO2: Understand the CMOS process technology.
CO3: Ability to design layout of CMOS circuits.
CO4: Understand the characteristics of CMOS circuits.
CO5: Ability to understand the basic difference between static and dynamic CMOS logic circuits.
CO6: Understand CMOS transmission gates, latches and registers.
UEC604- Modern Control System
CO1: Undertake steady state and transient analysis of a system.
CO2: Undertake stability analysis of a system.
CO3: Solve closed loop control design problems.
CO4: Ability to undertake state space analysis and solve state equations.
CO5: Undertake stability analysis of non linear systems.
UEC402- Computer Architecture
CO1: Acquired knowledge about Fundamentals of Computer Design
CO2: Ability to identify basic Instruction Set Principles.
CO3: Foster ability to understand Pipelining and Parallelism.
CO4: Foster ability to understand the concept of Multiprocessors.
CO5: Foster ability to understand the Memory Hierarchy Design and its interfacing with microprocessors.
CO6: Foster ability to understand the Input/Output Organization and Buses.
UEC612- Data Communi0ation
CO1: To introduce basic concepts of Data communication with different models.
CO2: Enumerate the physical layer, DLL , NL, TL and AL, its explanation of the function(s) of each layer.
CO3: To introduce about the switching concept and its different types.
UEC801- Advanced Solid State Devices
CO1: Ability to understand the basic operation and working of different diodes like PIN, Varactor diode etc.
CO2: To understand the high frequency application of diodes.
CO3: To understand and use of the device models to explain and calculate the characteristics of the field effect transistors.
CO4: To be able to understand and analyze the V-I characteristics of different high power devices.
CO5: Understand the operation of charge-transfer devices and charge storage devices.
UEC802- Fiber Optic Communication
CO1: Fundamentals, advantages and advances in optical communication system.
CO2: Types, basic properties and transmission characteristic of optical fibers.
CO3: Knowledge of working and analysis of optical amplifiers and important parts at the transmitter (Semiconductor lasers/LEDs, modulators etc) as well as at the receiver sides (optical detector etc.) of the optical communications system.
CO4: Configuration and architecture of coherent optical communication, advanced system techniques and nonlinear optical effects and their applications.
UEC804- Wireless and Mobile Communication
CO1: Knowledge about of technologies used in wireless comm.
CO2: Knowledge about overall GSM cellular concept.
CO3: Knowledge about multiple access technologies.
CO4: Knowledge about the effect of fading and Different fading models.
CO5: Knowledge different of different spread spectrum techniques.
CO6: Study different diversity techniques.
UEC505- Microwave Engineering
CO1: Knowledge about Microwave Solid State Devices.
CO2: Ability to identify and study the performance of Wave Guides and Resonators
CO3: Study the performance of Microwave Components.
CO4: Study the comparative performance analysis of Microwave Tubes and Circuits.
CO5: Knowledge about Microwave Measurements.
CO6: Study the measurement of impedance using smith chart.
UEC851- VLSI Digital Signal Processing
CO1: Acquired knowledge about DSP algorithms, its DFG representation, pipelining and parallel processing approaches.
CO2: Ability to acquire knowledge about retiming techniques, folding and register minimization path problems.
CO3: Ability to understand the concepts of systolic architecture and its methodology.
CO4: Ability to have knowledge about algorithmic strength reduction techniques and parallel processing of FIR and IIR digital filters.
CO5: Acquired knowledge about finite word-length effects and round off noise computation in DSP systems.
UEC803- Radar, Satellite and Navigational Aids
CO1: Acquired knowledge about Radar and Radar Equations.
CO2: Understanding the working principal of MTI and Pulse Doppler Radar.
CO3: Foster ability to work using Detection of Signals in Noise and Radio Direction Finding.
CO4: Foster ability to work using Instrument Landing System.
CO5: Acquired knowledge about Satellite Navigation System.
UEC614- Telecommunication Engineering
CO1: Acquired knowledge about Switching Systems.
CO2: Learn about ISDN.
CO3: Learn about architecture, signalling and control of EPABX ,ATM etc.
CO4: Acquired knowledge about
Traffic Engineering.
UEC715- Switching Circuits and Automata
CO1: Acquire knowledge about switching theory and algebra.
CO2: Ability to learn and design sequential circuits.
CO3: Acquire knowledge and ability to analyze threshold gates sand their synthesis.
CO4: Foster ability to use PLDs and PLAs.
CO5: Acquired knowledge about and ability to design ASM and FSM.
CO6: Learn about various fault tolerance and disgnosis techniques.
UEC622- DSP Processors
CO1: Acquired knowledge about Fundamentals of DSP Processors.
CO2: Ability to understand the DSP Architecture.
CO3: Foster ability to understand memory architecture for DSP.
CO4: Foster ability to understand the need of different types of instructions for DSP.
CO5: Foster ability to understand architecture of different types of DSP processor 8 bit and 16 bit.
CO6: Foster ability to design and implementation of different applications using DSP on FPGA.
UEC611- Audio and Speech Signal Processing
CO1: Acquired knowledge about audio & speech signals.
CO2: Ability to understand speech generation models.
CO3: Foster ability to understand speech recognition models.
CO4: Understanding of audio & speech signal estimation & detection.
CO5: Acquired knowledge about hardware to process audio & speech signals.
CO6: Ability to relate human physiology and anatomy with signal processing paradigms.
UEC624- Soft Computing Techniques
CO1: Solve Pattern Classification & Function Approximation Problems.
CO2: Design appropriate ANN model for a given Problem.
CO3: Knowledge of data pre-processing techniques.
CO4: Impart ability to build Fuzzy inference systems from linguistic models.
CO5: Impart knowledge of genetic optimization and ability to create objective functions for a given optimization problem
UEC506- Microelectronics- IC Design and Fab
CO1: Acquire knowledge about crystal growth and wafer preparation techniques.
CO2: Learn about MOSFET fabrication process.
CO3:Understand various linear and non linear ICs.
CO4: To understand the various packaging techniques.
UEC701- ASICs and FPGAs
CO1: Acquire knowledge about designing and implemention of various combinational & sequential circuits.
CO2: Introduce digital design techniques using various Programmable logic devices.
CO3: To introduce FPGA architecture, digital design flow using FPGAs, and other technologies associated with field programmable gate arrays.
CO4: To learn about various applications of FPGAs
CO5: To get to know about the logic and physical designing of an ASIC.
UEC841- Artificial Intelligence
CO1: Understand the challenges and the usefulness of Artificial Intelligence with design a game playing program.
CO2: Appreciate the issues involved in knowledge bases, reasoning systems, and planning.
CO3: Understand the various learning methods and search algorithms.
CO4: Understand the potential and current research issues in Artificial Intelligence.
CO1: Introduce basic micromachining/fabrication processes used in MEMS.
CO2: Analyze and understand the concept related to optical, RF, Magnetic, Electrical and Bio MEMS devices.
CO3: Acquire the fundamentals knowledge of various types of actuator and solve problem related to various design issues.
CO4:Study applications of MEMS devices to give a brief idea of MEMS role in Miniaturization.
UEC852- Wireless Sensor Networks
CO1: Ability to understand various physical and wireless MAC layer alternatives.
CO2: Understanding the integration of voice and data traffic.
CO3: Ability to understand wireless network planning and operation.
CO4: Ability to design wireless LAN, WAN, PAN and geolocation systems.
UEC853- Wireless Adhoc Networks
CO1: To introduce the fundamental of wireless communication technology.
CO2: To introduce and analyze the Adhoc routing protocols.
CO3: To introduce the various issues in designing a multicast routing protocol.
CO4: To introduce a transport layer protocol and challenges for providing QOS in Adhoc wireless networks.