SEMESTER I 


THEORY COURSES 

Course Code / Course Name  Course Outcomes (COs)  
HS8151 Communicative English 
Learners should be able to CO 1: Read technical texts fast, with the help of speedreading training. CO 2: Write areaspecific technical articles with ease. CO 3: Focus their mind to listen and understand lectures and technical talks. CO 4: Speak effectively in formal and informal contexts Co 5: Write a good application letter and a jobwinning resume' 

MA 8151 Engineering Mathematics – I 
Upon completion of this course the students will, CO1: To understand the concepts of functions, limits, rules of differentiation to differentiate functions and to apply the differentiation to solve maxima and minima problems. CO 2: Apply and understand the knowledge of partial differentiation to solve maxima and minima of functions of more than one variable. CO 3: Evaluate integrals by using Riemann sums, the Fundamental Theorem of calculus, different methods of integration such as substitution, integration by parts, partial fraction, Trigonometric substitutions and improper integrals. CO 4: To apply the knowledge of multiple integrals to find area, volume of solids and also acquire the knowledge in change of order and change of variables. CO 5: Apply various techniques in solving differential equations with constant coefficients as well as variable coefficients. 

PH 8151 Engineering Physics 
Upon completion of this course the students will, CO 1: Gain the knowledge on the basics of properties of matter and its applications. CO 2: Acquire knowledge on concepts of waves, learn basics of laser and optical fiber and their use in some applications. CO 3: Gain adequate knowledge on thermal properties of materials, and their application in expansion joints and heat exchangers CO 4: Understand the basic concept and principle of quantum mechanics to set up Schrodinger's wave equations and its applications. CO 5: Recognize various planes in crystal, study their structures and different growth techniques. 

CY8151 Engineering Chemistry 
On Completion of the course the student will be able to: CO 1: Understand the main knowledge and processes for drinking water and the design for basic treatment Process CO 2: Relate basic knowledge of surface science and catalysis CO 3: Illustrate the phase transition one component and two component systems and the types of alloys and them applications in industries CO 4: knowledge of methods to determine the calorific values of fuels, perform flue gas and combustion analysis CO 5: Applying the knowledge to perform gas analysis and combustion analysis in engineering fields 

GE 8151 Problem Solving and Python Programming 
At the end of the course, the student should be able to: CO 1: Discus he local solutions through flowcharts, Algorithms and pseudo code and develop simple computational problems CO 2: Read, write, execute by hand simple Python programs. CO 3: Structure simple Python programs with functions for solving problems. CO 4: Represent compound data using Python lists, tuples, dictionaries. CO 5: Read and write data from/to files in Python Programs. 

GE 8152 Engineering Graphics 
On Completion of the course the student will be able to: CO1: Acquire the knowledge of engineering curves and Free hand sketching. CO 2: Provide the knowledge of interpretation of projection in different quadrants of Points, Lines and Planes. CO 3: Understand the concept of the projection of solids and acquire visualization skills. CO 4: Create intricate details of components through sections and development of lateral surface of solids. CO 5: Utilizing graphic technique drawn the Isometric projection and Perspective projection. 

PRACTICAL COURSES 

GE 8161 Problem Solving and Python Programming Laboratory 
At the end of the course, the student should be able to: CO 1: Write, test, and debug simple Python programs CO 2: Implement Python programs with conditionals and loops CO 3: Develop Python programs stepwise by defining functions and calling them CO 4: Use Python lists, tuples, dictionaries for representing compound data CO 5: Read and write data from/to files in Python 

BS8161 Physics and Chemistry Laboratory 
CO 1: The handson exercises undergone by the students will help them to apply physics principles of optics to evaluate engineering properties of materials. CO 2: The handson exercises undergone by the students will help them to apply physics principles of thermal physics to evaluate engineering properties of materials. CO 3: The students will be outfitted with handson knowledge in the quantitative chemical analysis of water quality related parameters CO 4: The students will be outfitted with knowledge in molecular weight of a polymer by viscometry. CO 5: The handson exercises undergone by the students will help them to apply physics principles of Semiconductor to evaluate engineering properties of materials. 

SEMESTER –II 

THEORY COURSES 

HS8251 Technical English 
Learners should be able to CO 1: Read technical texts fast, with the help of speedreading training. CO 2: Write areaspecific technical articles with ease. CO 3: Focus their mind to listen and understand lectures and technical talks. CO 4: Speak effectively in formal and informal contexts CO 5: Write a good application letter and a jobwinning resume' 

MA8251 Engineering Mathematic II 
CO 1: Acquire the knowledge of Eigen values and eigen vectors, to find the inverse and the positive powers of matrices, diagonalization of matrices. CO 2: To understand the concepts of Gradient, divergence, curl of a vector point function, evaluation of line, surface and volume integrals using Gauss, Stoke's and Green’s Theorems and their verification. CO 3: Predict an analytic function and understand the concept of conformal mapping, bilinear transformation CO 4: Understand Cauchy's integral theorem, Laurent's series and to evaluate Contour integration. CO:5 Develop the concept of Laplace Transform and inverse Laplace Transform to solve the given ordinary differential equations. 

PH8253 Physics for Electronics Engineering 
The students, after the completion of the course, are expected to CO 1: Interrupt the postulates of CFE on electrical and thermal conductivities, carrier concentration of metals and energy band structures. CO 2: To gain knowledge in statics of electrons and holes in Intrinsic and Extrinsic semiconductor, Hall effect and its applications in various devices. CO 3: Acquire the basic concept on classification of magnetic materials, Weiss and Domain theory in ferromagnetic materials. Get knowledge on types of polarization, Langevin's theory Clausius Mosotti relation, Dielectric loss and breakdown. CO 4: Have the necessary understand on functioning of optical materials for optoelectronics and apply the concept of it to get expertise the PhotoDiode, LED, Solar cells etc. CO 5: Understand the concepts of Quantum theory to study the density of states in various dimensions and their applications in Spintronics and carbon electronics 

BE8254 Basic Electrical and Instrumentation Engineering 
At the end of the course, the student should be able to: CO 1: Understand the concept of three phase power circuits and measurement. CO 2: Comprehend the concepts in electrical generators, motors and transformers. CO 3: Choose appropriate measuring instruments for given application. CO 4: Operation of three phase electrical circuits and power measurement. CO5: Working principle of various measuring instrument. 

EC8252  Electronic Devices 
At the end of the course, the student should be able to: CO 1: Analyze PN junctions in semiconductor devices under various conditions. CO 2: Design and analyze simple rectifiers and voltage regulators using diodes CO 3: Distinguish and analyze simple BJT and MOSFET circuits. CO 4: Describe the behavior of special purpose diodes. CO 5: Implement circuit and test the performance 

EC8251  Circuit Analysis 
At the end of the course, the student should be able to: CO 1: Develop the capacity to analyze the electrical circuits CO 2: Apply the circuit theorems in real time CO 3: Design and understand the AC and DC circuits CO 4: Evaluate the AC and DC circuits CO 5: Analyze the transient and steady state response of the circuits 

PRACTICAL COURSES 

GE8261 Engineering practice Laboratory 
CO 1: Fabricate carpentry components. CO 2: Fabricate pipe connections including plumbing works. CO 3: Use welding equipment’s to join the structures. CO 4: Ability to fabricate electronics circuits CO 5: Ability to fabricate electronics circuits 

EC8261 Circuits and Devices Laboratory 
At the end of the course, the student should be able to: CO 1: Analyze circuits in different biasing modes. CO 2: Identify the suitable devices based on characteristics and operating conditions. CO 3: Design circuits based on specifications. CO 4: Distinguish various devices and operate safely within the limit of operation. CO 5: Understand the functioning of various electronic circuits. 

SEMESTER III 

THEORY COURSES 


Upon completion of the course, students will be able to: CO 1: Express Vector spaces in different dimensions. CO 2: Explain matrix representation and eigen values, eigen vectors of linear transformation. CO 3: Apply inner product spaces in orthogonalization. CO 4: Solve homogeneous and non  homogeneous differential equations using partial differentiation. CO 5: Solve one dimensional wave and heat equations using fourier series and its steady state. 


Students will be able to understand C O1: Able to design amplifier circuits using various biasing methods CO 2: Able to analyze the single stage and multistage BJT amplifiers using small signal equivalent model CO 3: Able to analyze FET amplifiers using small signal equivalent model. CO 4: Able to determine the frequency response of single stage and multistage amplifiers CO 5: Able to design and fault analyze dc power supplies. 


Upon completion of the course, students will be able to: CO 1: Implement linear and nonlinear data structure operations using C CO 2: Suggest appropriate linear / nonlinear data structure for any given dataset. CO 3: Apply hashing concepts for a given problem CO 4: Modify or suggest new data structure for an application CO 5: Appropriately choose the sorting algorithm for an application



Students will be able to: CO 1: Infer the methods of minimizing the Boolean expression. CO 2: Compose the digital combinational circuits. CO 3: Restate the synchronous sequential circuits CO 4: Design the asynchronous sequential circuits CO 5: Illustrate the classification of memories and programmable logic device. 


Upon the completion of the course, students will be able to: CO1: To Understand mathematical description and representation of continuous and discrete time CO2: To Develop input output relationship for linear shift invariant system and understand the CO3: To Understand and resolve the signals in frequency domain using Fourier series and Fourier CO4: To Understand the limitations of Fourier transform and need for Laplace transform and CO5: To analyze discrete time signals and system in the Fourier and Z transform domain. 


Upon Completion of the course, the students will be able to: CO1: To introduce the components and their representation of control systems. CO2: To Perform time domain and frequency domain analysis of control systems required for CO3: To Perform time domain and frequency domain correlation analysis. CO4: To Determine the (absolute) stability of a closedloop control system. CO5: To learn the various approach for the state variable analysis. 

PRACTICAL COURSES 


At the end of the course, the student should be able to: CO1: Design and simulate various BJT and FET voltage and power amplifier. CO 2: Design and test various BJT oscillator. CO 3: Analyze the limitation in bandwidth of single stage and multi stage amplifier. CO 4: Simulate and analyze amplifier circuit using PSPICE. CO 5: Design and test the digital logic circuits. 


At the end of the course, the student should be able to: CO 1: Write basic and advanced programs in C CO 2: Implement functions and recursive functions in C CO 3: Implement data structures using C CO 4: Choose appropriate sorting algorithm for an application and implement it in a modularized way CO 5: Modify or suggest new data structure for an application 

HS8381 Interpersonal Skills/Listening &Speaking 
At the end of the course, the student should be able to: CO 1: Establish and identify when using interpersonal communication CO 2: Prepare them to Participate in group discussions CO 3: Make effective presentations CO 4: Participate confidently and appropriately in conversations both formal and informal CO 5: Effectively apply active listening skills. 

SEMESTERIV 

THEORY COURSES 


Upon Completion of the course, the students will be able to: CO 1: Understand the fundamental knowledge of the concepts of probability and have knowledge of standard distributions which can describe real life phenomenon. CO 2: Understand the basic concepts of one and twodimensional random variables and apply in engineering applications. CO 3: Apply the concept random processes in engineering disciplines. CO 4: Understand and apply the concept of correlation and spectral densities The students will have an exposure of various distribution functions and help in acquiring skills in handling situations involving more than one variable. CO 5: Able to analyze the response of random inputs to linear time invariant system 


Upon Completion of the course, the students will be able to CO 1: Analyze the concepts of Feedback Amplifiers in various applications. CO 2: Design different types of Oscillators at different frequencies. CO 3: Analyze the performance of Tuned amplifiers CO 4: Design Pulse circuits and Multivibrators. CO 5: Apply the various design techniques to analyze Power Amplifiers and DC 


At the end of the course, the students would CO1: Design analog circuit modulation circuit as amplitude and frequency modulation. CO2: Analyze various pulse modulation techniques as PCM, DM. CO3: Apply various channels coding scheme and demonstrate their capabilities towards the improvement of the noise performance of communication system. CO4: Illustrate various type of digital modulation scheme CO5: Simulate endtoend communication link. 


Upon Completion of the course, the students will be able to: CO 1: Know the concept of electric and magnetic fields in free space. CO 2: Through Faraday’s law and Maxwell’s equation understand electric and magnetic fields. CO 3: Understand about wave propagation in lossless and in lossy media. CO 4: Solve problems in EMF and got impact about project activities related to EMF. CO 5: Understand about the basic concepts in EMF through this help the society to make it better 


Upon Completion of the course, the students will be able to: CO 1: Understand the characteristics of operational amplifiers. CO 2: Design applications using Analog multipliers and PLL. CO 3: Design ADC and DAC using opamps. CO 4: Design waveform Generators using opamps. CO 5: Analyze special function ICs. 


Environmental Pollution or problems cannot be solved by mere laws. Public participation is an important aspect which serves the environmental Protection. One will obtain knowledge on the following after completing the course. CO 1: Understand the concept of “need of development without destruction of environment”. CO 2: Inform the people about their effective role in protecting the environment by the application of suitable environmental laws. CO 3: Should create awareness among people with regard to the importance of keeping our environment pollution free. CO 4: Gain the knowledge of different types of environments which will help us in tackling the difficult situations created by environmental hazards at times. CO 5: Develop in the minds of people a serious concern and respect for the environment. 

PRACTICAL COURSES 


At the end of the course, the student should be able to: CO 1: Analyze various type of feedback amplifier. CO 2: Design oscillator, tuned amplifier and multivibrator CO 3: Demonstrate the various type of blocking oscillator. CO 4: Simulate oscillator, tuned amplifier, wave shaping circuit and multivibrator CO 5: Perform power amplifier using PSPICE tool. 


At the end of the course, the student should be able to: CO1: Analyze the basics of linear integrated circuits and available ICs. CO 2: Design the oscillators, amplifiers and filters using operational amplifiers. CO 3: Analyze and implement the frequency multiplier using PLL. CO 4: Design DC power supply using Ics. CO 5: Analyze the performance of filters, Multivibrators, A/D converters and analog 

SEMESTER V 

THEORY COURSES 

EC8501 Digital Communication 
Upon completion of the course, students will be able to CO 1: Study the PCM systems and coding techniques CO 2: Understand and implement base band transmission schemes CO 3: Design and implement band pass signaling schemes CO 4: Analyze the spectral characteristics of band pass signaling schemes and their noise performance CO 5: Design error control coding schemes 

EC8553  DiscreteTime Signal Processing 
Upon completion of the course, students will be able to CO 1: Able to analyze discrete Fourier transform, properties of DFT and its application to linear filtering CO 2: Able to design digital IIR filter and its realization structure CO 3: Able to design digital FIR filter CO 4: Able to understand the effects of finite precision representation on digital filters CO 5: To understand the architecture and programming of digital signal processors 

EC8552 Computer Architecture and Organization 
At the end of the course, the student should be able to: CO 1: Understand data representation, instruction formats and the operation of a digital computer CO 2: Illustrate the fixed point and floatingpoint arithmetic for ALU operation CO 3: Discuss about implementation schemes of control unit and pipeline performance CO 4: Explain the concept of various memories, interfacing and organization of multiple processors CO 5: Discuss parallel processing technique and unconventional architectures. 

EC8551 Communication Networks 
At the end of the course, the student should be able to: CO 1: Identify the components required to build different types of networks. CO 2: Understand the required functionality at data link layer for an application. CO 3: Discuss the routing path of network. CO 4: Analyze the solution for functionalities of transport layer protocols. CO 5: Design a protocol in the application layer. 

Air Pollution and control Engineering 
At the end of the course, the student should be able to: CO1: It provides an efficient primary information about air pollution. CO 2: It deals with the effects of meteorology on air pollution and fundamentals of atmospheric stability. CO 3: It furnishes the sources, types and control of indoor air pollutants CO 4: It also deals with effects of noise pollution and control. CO 5: It gives an idea about the equipment used for controlling air pollutants and the working principles behind this equipment. 

GE8077 Total Quality Management 
Students will be able to CO 1: To Study the basic concepts of Total Quality Management, Customer Satisfaction, Customer Focus, Evolution of Quality, Quality statements and Dimensions of Quality and cost of Quality CO 2: To Study the Total Quality Management Principles, Leadership, Strategic Planning, Employee involvement, Quality council and continuous improvement CO 3: To Study the Traditional and New 7 Management of Quality, six Sigma methodology, benchmarking process and Failure mode Effect Analysis CO 4: To Study the Tools for Quality Management in Cost of Quality, House of Quality, QFD process, Taguchi Quality loss function, Six Sigma process capability and TPM concepts CO 5: To award the ISO certification for Quality ISO 9001:2000 standards, Quality audits, Need for Documentation, ISO family standards for QS 9000:2000 and concepts of ISO 14000, General requirements of ISO 14001 and benefits of ISO 14000 techniques 

PRACTICAL COURSES 

EC8562  Digital Signal Processing Laboratory 
Students will be able to CO 1: Able to design DSP system for various application of Digital signal processing CO 2: Able to implement FIR and IIR Filters in MATLAB and digital signal processor CO 3: Able to generate and analyze various signals and random noise using digital signal processor CO 4: Able to perform basic signal processing operations such as Linear and circular convolution, Auto and cross correlation and frequency analysis in MATLAB CO 5: Able to understand the architecture of digital signal processor 

EC8561 Communication Systems Laboratory 
At the end of the course, the student should be able to: CO 1: Design analog circuit modulation circuit as amplitude and frequency modulation. CO 2: Analyze various pulse modulation techniques as PCM, DM. CO 3: Apply various channel coding scheme and demonstrate their capabilities towards the improvement of the noise performance of communication system. CO 4: Illustrate various type of digital modulation scheme. CO 5: Simulate endtoend communication link. 

EC8563  Communication Networks Laboratory 
At the end of the course, the student should be able to CO 1: Design various networking protocols and establish connection between computers CO 2: Create a network using sockets and exchange information CO 3: Implement various routing protocols and maintain a secure data transfer CO 4: Analyze various routing protocols CO 5: Simulate various types of topologies. 

SEMESTER VI 

THEORY COURSES 

MG8591  Principles of Management 
CO 1: To enable the students to know about the Management Principles, business organization and current trends in Management CO 2: To Study the nature of planning, types of planning, MBO, Strategic Planning and Decisionmaking process CO 3: To Know about the Organization structure and Charts, Formal organization, Departmentation and selection recruitment process, career planning Management CO 4: To study about the Direction of Motivation hierarchy, Theories of Motivation, leadership styles and theories and communication process CO 5: To Study the control process techniques, budgetary and nonbudgetary techniques and cost control, maintenance control and Quality control 

EC8004  Wireless Networks 
Upon completion of the course, the students will be able to CO 1: Conversant with the latest 3G networks and its architecture. CO 2: Conversant with the latest 4G networks and its architecture. CO 3: Conversant with the latest WiMAX networks and its architecture. CO 4: Design and implement wireless network environment for any application using latest wireless protocols and standards. CO 5: Implement different type of applications for smart phones and mobile devices with latest network strategies. 

EC8095  VLSI Design 
Upon completion of the course, students should CO1: Study the fundamentals of CMOS circuits and its characteristics. CO2: Learn the design and realization of combinational and sequential digital circuits. CO3: Architectural choices and performance tradeoffs involved in designing and realizing the circuits in CMOS technology are discussed. CO4: Design arithmetic building blocks and memory subsystems. CO5: Learn the different FPGA architectures and testability of VLSI circuits 

EC8652 Wireless Communication 
At the end of the course, the student should be able to: CO 1: Understand fundamentals of wireless communications. CO 2: Develop explain multiple access techniques for Wireless Communication CO 3: An ability to compare recent technologies used for wireless communication. CO 4: Analyze the Mobile radio propagation, fading, diversity concepts and the channel modeling. CO 5: Demonstrate basic skills for cellular networks design. 

EC8691 Microprocessor and Microcontroller 
At the end of the course, the student should be able to: CO 1: Identify a detailed software and hardware structure of the Microprocessor. CO 2: Illustrate how the different peripherals (8255, 8253 etc.) are interfaced with Microprocessor. CO 3: Distinguish and analyze the properties of Microprocessors & Microcontrollers. CO 4: Analyze the data transfer information through serial & parallel ports. CO 5 Design and implement 8051 microcontrollerbased systems. 

EC8651  Transmission Lines and RF Systems 
Upon completion of the course, students will be able to: CO 1: Able to use transmission line concepts in the present contemporary world CO 2: Able to analyze dissipation less high frequency transmission lines CO 3: Able to analyze impedance matching in high frequency transmission by smith chart CO 4: Able to analyze the characteristic of transverse electric and magnetic waves CO 5: Able to design RF transceiver system for wireless communication 

PRACTICAL COURSES 

EC8681 Microprocessor and Microcontroller Laboratory

At the end of the course, the student should be able to: CO 1: Able to use microprocessor a microcontroller knowledge in the present contemporary world CO 2: Able to write ALP for 8086 microprocessor and 8051 microcontrollers CO 3: Able to execute programs using 8086 microprocessors CO 4: Able to interface different I/O s with microprocessor CO 5: Able to execute programs using 8051 microcontrollers 

EC8661  VLSI Design Laboratory 
At the end of the course, the student should be able to CO1: To learn Hardware Descriptive Language (Verilog / VHDL). CO2: To learn the fundamental principles of VLSI circuit design in digital and analog domain. CO3: To familiarize fusing of logical modules on FPGAs. CO4: To provide hands on design experience on professional design (EDA) platforms. CO5: Design, Simulate and Extract layouts of Digital and Analog IC blocks using EDA tools. 

Professional Communication 
At the end of the course, learners should be able to CO 1: Take international examination as IELTS CO 2: Take international examination as TOEFL CO 3: Make presentations CO 4: Successfully answer questions in interviews. CO 5: Participate in Group Discussions. 

EC8611Technical Seminar 
At the end of the course, learners should be able to CO 1: Communicate effectively in ways appropriate to the discipline, audience and purpose. CO 2: Demonstrate problemsolving skills and apply theoretical knowledge. CO 3: Develop skills for team work and technical communication and discussions. CO 4: Develop persuasive speech, present information in a compelling, wellstructured, and logical sequence CO 5: Demonstrate that they have paid close attention to what others say and can respond constructively 

SEMESTER VII 

THEORY COURSES 

EC8701 Antennas and Microwave Engineering 
Upon completion of the course, students will be able to: CO 1: Apply the basic principles and evaluate antenna parameters and link power budgets. CO 2: Explain about various types of antennas and its radiation mechanism CO 3: Design and assess the performance of various antennas CO 4: Discuss various microwave components and its process. CO 5: Design a microwave system given the application specifications 

EC8751 Optical Communication 
Upon completion of the course, students will be able to: CO 1: To realize the basic elements in optical fiber, different modes and configuration CO 2: To Analyze the transmission characteristics associated with dispersion and polarization techniques CO 3: Design the optical sources and detector with their use in optical communication system CO 4: To construct the fiber optic receiver system, Measurement and coupling techniques. CO 5: To design the optical communication system and it's networks 

EC8791 Embedded and EC8751 Optical Communication Real Time Systems 
Upon completion of the course, students will be able to: CO 1: To understand the concepts of Embedded system designs and analysis. CO 2: To learn the architectural and Programming of ARM processor CO 3: To be exposed to the basic concepts of embedded programming CO 4: To learn the basic concepts of real time operating system design CO 5: To understand the real time applications using embedded system concepts 

EC8702  Ad hoc and Wireless Sensor Networks 
Upon completion of the course, students will be able to: CO1: To know the basics of the Ad hoc network and sensor networks. CO2: Apply this knowledge to identify the suitable routing algorithm based on the network and user requirement CO3: Apply the knowledge to identify the appropriate physical and MAC layer protocols CO4: To understand the transport layer security issues possible in Ad hoc and sensor networks CO 5: Be familiar with the OS used in Wireless Sensor Networks and build basic modules 

OIE751 Robotics 
At the end of the course, the student should be able to: CO 1: Understanding the concepts of industrial robots, classification, specifications and coordinate systems along with the need and application of robots in different sector. CO 2: Apply the different types of robot drive systems as well as robot end effectors. CO 3: Apply the different sensors and image processing techniques in robotics to improve the ability of robots. CO 4: Analyzing robotic programs for different tasks and familiarize with the kinematics motions of robot. CO 5: Analyzing the implementation of robots in various industrial sectors and interpolate the economic analysis of robots. 

EC8071  Cognitive Radio 
Upon Completion of the course, the students should be able to: CO1: To understand the evolving software defined radio and cognitive radio techniques and their essential functionalities CO2: To study the basic architecture and standard for cognitive radio CO3: To develop the ability to design and implement the algorithms for cognitive spectrum sensing and dynamic spectrum access CO:4 To understand the physical, MAC and network layer design of cognitive radio CO:5 To expose the student to evolving applications and advanced features of cognitive radio 

PRACTICAL COURSES 

EC8711 Embedded Laboratory 
At the end of the course, the student should be able to: CO 1: Write programs in ARM for a specific Application. CO 2: Interface memory and Write programs related to memory operations. CO 3: Interface A/D and D/A convertors with ARM system. CO 4: Analyze the performance of interrupt. CO 5: Write programs for interfacing keyboard, display, motor and sensor. CO 6: Formulate a mini project using embedded system. 

EC8761 Advanced Communication Laboratory 
At the end of the course, the student should be able to: CO 1: Analyze the performance of simple optical link by measurement of losses and analyzing the mode characteristics of fiber CO 2: Design the Eye Pattern, Pulse broadening of optical fiber and the impact on BER CO 3: Estimate the Wireless Channel Characteristics and Analyze the performance of Wireless Communication System CO 4: Apply the fundamental principles of optics and light wave to design optical fiber communication systems. CO 5: Understand the intricacies in Microwave System design. 

SEMESTER VIII 

THEORY COURSES 

GE8076  Professional Ethics in Engineering 
Upon completion of the course CO1: Apply ethics in society and able to discuss the ethical issues related to engineering. CO 2: Realize the responsibilities and rights in the society. CO 3: Practice moral judgment in conditions of dilemma. CO 4: Relate the code of ethics to social experimentation. CO 5: Apply the content of the code of ethics/conduct in professional society. 

EC8094  Satellite Communication 
CO 1: Able to learn the dynamics of the satellite. CO 2: Able to understand the communication satellite design CO 3: Understand how analog and digital technologies are used for satellite communication networks CO 4: Understand and simulate the Multiple –access techniques CO 5: Able to study the design of Earth station and tracking of the satellites. 

PROJECT WORK 

EC8811  Project Work 
CO 1: Design engineering solutions to complex problems utilizing a systems approach. CO2: Undertake problem identification, formulation and solution. CO3: Communicate with engineers and the community at large in written an oral form. CO4: Demonstrate a sound technical knowledge of their selected project topic. CO 5: Demonstrate the knowledge, skills and attitudes of a professional engineer. 