• On successful completion of this module students will be able to show detailed knowledge and understanding of :

    • A range of basic electrical/electronic components such as RLC, diodes, transistors, general amplifiers and op-amps
    • Basic principles of electrical and electromagnetic signals
    • Electrical and electronic circuits design
    • The techniques for analysing circuits and their behaviour

    This module is taught in  Semester - 1

  • On successful completion of this module students will be able to:

    • Demonstrate engineering principles of communication.
    • Analyse magnetic and electromagnetic systems.
    • Demonstrate the working principles of transducers, actuator and sensors.

    This module is taught in semester - 1

  • On successful completion of this module students will be able to: 

    • Demonstrate an awareness of engineering principles as applied to embedded software
    • Demonstrate an understanding of appropriate codes of practice and industry standards in relation to software.
    • Demonstrate the appropriate use of verification and debug tools and techniques.
    • Show an understanding of programming fundamentals through the design and verification of simple control programmes.

    This module is taught in Semester -2 

  • On successful completion of this module students will be able to demonstrate:

    • Knowledge and understanding of the basic mathematical principles as applied to the description and analysis of digital systems.
    • An understanding of engineering principles as applied to digital systems and the ability to assess their performances.
    • An understanding of and an ability to apply top-down digital design methods in the synthesis of digital systems.
    • The ability to use integrated development environments to describe, simulate, implement and verify the correctness of digital designs.
    • Competence in using specific Electronic Design Automation tools.
    • An understanding of basic microcontroller structure and internal architecture
    • The ability to understand and use development tools to design, program, implement and test example applications.

    Year long module

  • On successful completion of this module students will be able to:

    • Demonstrate understanding and competency with respect to a range of algebra and functions mathematical techniques which are the basis of the  mathematics required in engineering
    • Demonstrate understanding and competency with respect to a range of calculus  mathematical techniques which are the basis of the  mathematics required in engineering.
    • Demonstrate understanding and competency with respect to a range of mathematical techniques required in the solution of differential equations which are required when analysing engineering problems.
    • Design and implement simple numerical algorithms to demonstrate competence in the use of computer software to analyse and solve engineering problems including the writing of simple programs

    Year long module

  • On successful completion of this module students will be able to: 

    • Demonstrate knowledge of and competence in the use of basic laboratory instrumentation.
    • Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of a number of common electronic components.
    • Show cognitive skills with respect to the analysis of a design specification, and make appropriate component selection through research and analysis of available component data.
    • Demonstrate knowledge of and competence in the use of standard electronic hardware prototyping techniques.
    • Show cognitive skills with respect to the analysis of a requirement specification or problem definition, and synthesize a design solution based on appropriate research and the application of acquired skills and experience.
    • Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the need to keep adequate experimental notes.

    This module is taught in Semester 2