Academic Programme : Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering


 

B.Sc. ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING PROGRAMME

Introduction

Electrical and Electronics Engineering involves the application of Electrical Science and Technology to the needs of the society. Areas of research and training in the programme include Electronic circuit design, Communications, Antennas, Micro-waves, Signal processing, Computers, Control systems, Electronic device fabrication, Energy conversion, Power systems, etc.

The curriculum includes first year courses in Mathematics, Basic Sciences, General Studies and other courses common to all engineering students, followed by core courses in Electrical and Electronic Engineering.

The Department of Electrical & Electronic engineering has adequate laboratories for the practical work. These include:

¨ Power Systems, Electrical Machines and Applied Electricity Laboratory

¨ Communication, Measurement and Electronics Laboratory

¨ Digital Electronics and Microprocessor Laboratory

¨ Embedded Systems Laboratory

¨ Computer Software and Hardware Laboratory

¨ Process Control, Servo-mechanism and Control Engineering Laboratory

SPECIFIC REGULATIONS

Admission to the programme is generally through the Joint Matriculation Examination and Direct Entry. The admission requirements are sub-divided into three categories viz.;

1 General University Entry Requirements

(a) University's Matriculation Examination (U.M.E.) requirements.

All candidates for the programme must attempt Universities Matriculation Examination questions in English, Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry.

(b) Senior School Certificate or General Certificate of Education Requirements.

UME candidates must satisfy the following entry conditions in addition to that stated in (a).

(i) The Senior School Certificate or General Certificate of Education (Ordinary Level), with passes at credit level in at least five subjects.

(ii) In the case of candidates applying for admission into the Faculty of Technology, the five credits should include those in Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, and English language.

2 Direct Entry Requirements

Applicants are considered for direct entry into either 200-level, or 300-level in line with the University entry requirements. Direct entry admission is usually limited to 10% of the total admission into the Department, for any given session.

200-level Direct Entry

Candidates with either of the following qualifications are considered for admission into 200-level of the programme:

a) A-Level passes in Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry, plus the general university requirements as stated in 1b(ii).

b) ND in relevant discipline, with minimum passes at Upper Credit, plus the general university requirements as stated in 1b(ii).

300-level Direct Entry

HND in relevant discipline, with minimum passes at Upper Credit, plus the general university requirements as stated in 1b(ii).

3 Transfer Candidates

Students may be allowed to transfer into either 200- or 300-level of the programme provided:

i) they satisfy the University conditions for transfer

ii) vacancies exist in the Department.

COURSE REQUIREMENTS AND STRUCTURE

The course requires full time studies in the University. A full time student is required to register for a minimum of 18 units in a given semester, as stipulated by the University. The Faculty Board, upon the recommendations of the Department may grant permission to register for less than the minimum load.

Basic courses in the first and second years comprise mathematics, physics, chemistry, computing and general studies, humanities, and basic engineering courses common to all engineering students. To prepare students for the higher level courses, they are required to take all foundation courses. Core subjects in electrical & electronic engineering provide the foundation for higher level studies. Included among the core subjects are microprocessors, analog and digital electronics, measurement, instrumentation and control, communication, software engineering, circuit analysis, electrical machines, and power systems. In the fifth year, there are three options available; namely, Electronics, Power and Control, to enable the students freely select courses of individual interest. Typically, these options are offered to upgrade the knowledge in such areas or to strengthen link with special areas.

The stated objectives are realizable through the courses available in the department and summarised in the following Tables.

MINIMUM DEGREE REQUIREMENT FOR
B.Sc. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 5-YEAR DEGREE PROGRAMME

100 Level

(5-Year Degree Programme)



Compulsory


Required


Electives


100 LEVEL




GES 101 (3), GES 103(3)/106 (3)






Total (6)


MAT 111 (4), MAT 121(4) MAT 141(4)


PHY 112(3), PHY 113(3), PHY 114(3),


PHY 115(3) PHY 118(3), CHE 127(3) CHE 157(3) CHE 195(2) TME 111(2) TME 121(1)


(39)


STA 111(4)






(4)





200 LEVEL




TEL 211(4), TEL 221(4), TEL 222(2), GES 102(3)


Total (12)


TME 211(2), TME 212(2),TME 213(4)


TME 214(3), TME 221(2), TME 222(2)


TME 223(2), ECO 201(3), MAT 241(4)


MAT 223(4), TIT 299(2)


(30)


STA 202(4), CSC 233(4)


TME 224(3), TME 225(4)


(15)





300 LEVEL




TEL 311(3), TEL 312(4), TEL313(3),


TEL 314(4), TEL 316 (3), TEL322 (3), TEL 323 (3), TEL 325(3).


TOTAL (26)


TEL 321 (3), TEL 324(3), MAT 341(4),


MAT 351(4), TPE 365(2), TIT 399(3).


(19)


TME 313 (4), MAT 342 (4)


(8)





400 LEVEL




TEL411(3), TEL 412 (3), TEL 413(3),


TEL415(3), TIT 499(6)


TOTAL (18)


TEL 414(3), TEL 416(3), TEL 417 (2)


TEL418(2)


(10)


TEL 410 (2) MAT 411(3)


(5)





500 LEVEL




OPTION 1- ELECTRONICS


TEL 599(6), TEL 510 (1), TEL511(3), TEL 512(4), TEL 513 (3), TEL 516(3), TEL 520 (2)


TOTAL (22)


TEL 521(3), TEL 522(3), TEL524 (3), TEL 525(3), TME 521(2), TIE 511(3).


(17)


TEL 514(3), TEL 518(3),


TEL523(3) , TEL 526(3),


TEL 529(3)


(15)


OPTION 2- POWER


TEL 599(6), TEL 510 (1), TEL515(3), TEL 516(3), TEL 527(3), TEL 528(4)


TEL 520 (2)


TOTAL (22)


TEL 512(4), TEL 513(3), TEL 521(3), TEL 524(3), TME 521(2), TIE 511(3)


(18)


TEL 511 (3), TEL 522 (3),


TEL 517 (3), TEL 525 (3)


TEL 529 (3)


(15)


OPTION 3- CONTROL


TEL 599(6), TEL 510(1), TEL 512(4), TEL 516(3), TEL 518(3), TEL 521(3).


TEL 520 (2)


TOTAL (22).


TEL 511 (3), TEL 519(3), TEL524 (3), TEL 525(3), TME 521(2), TIE 511(3).


(17)


TEL 513 (3), TEL 522(3),


TEL523(3) , TEL 526(3),


TEL 529(3)


(15)


GRAND TOTAL (83)


(115/116)


(47)

SUMMARY OF COURSES
(ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING COURSES ONLY)



Course Code


Course Title


L/T – P (Hrs)


Course Unit


Prerequisite



200 LEVEL





TEL 211


Applied Electricity


45 – 45


4


None


TEL 221


Fundamental of Electrical & Electronic Engineering


30 – 45


3


None


TEL 222


Basic Electrical & Electronic Measurements


15 – 45


2


None



300 LEVEL





TEL 311


Network Analysis


45 – 0


3


TEL 211


TEL 312


Electronic Circuits


45 – 45


4


TEL 221


TEL 313


Electromagnetic Fields


45 – 0


3


TEL 211


TEL 314


Electrical Machines I


45 – 45


4


TEL 211


TEL 315


Electromechanical Systems


30 – 45


3


TEL 211


TEL 316


Communication Systems I


30 – 45


3


None


TEL 321


Network Analysis and Computer Aided Design


30 – 45


3


TEL 311


TEL 322


Digital System Design


30 – 45


3


TEL 312


TEL 323


Linear Systems


45 – 0


3


None


TEL 324


Electrical Machines II


30 – 45


3


TEL 314


TEL 325


Electrical Measurements


30 – 45


3


TEL 222



400 LEVEL





TEL 411


Operational Amplifiers


30 – 45


3


TEL 312


TEL 412


Introduction to Micro-controllers


30 –45


3


TEL 322


TEL 413


Servomechanism & Control Systems


30 – 45


3


TEL 323


TEL 414


Power Transmission, Distribution & Installations


30 – 45


2


TEL 314


TEL 415


Power Systems I


30 – 45


3


TEL 311


TEL 416


Communication Systems II


30 – 45


3


TEL 316


TEL 417


Digital Signal Processing


30 – 0


2


None


TEL 418


Solid State Electronics


30 – 0


2


TEL 221


TEL 410


Antennas & Wave Propagation


30 – 0


2


TEL 313



500 LEVEL





TEL 510


Computer Aided Design & Use of Simulation Packages


15 – 45


2


TEL 321


TEL 511


Analog IC Designs & Applications


30 – 45


3


TEL 411


TEL 512


Microprocessor Application, Organisation & Embedded Systems


45 – 45


4


TEL 412


TEL 513


Digital Communication & Telecommunication Services Design


45 – 0


3


TEL 416


TEL 514


Microwave & Satellite Communications


45 – 0


3


TEL 313


TEL 515


Power Systems II


45 – 0


3


TEL 415


TEL 516


Power Electronics & Drives


30 –45


3


TEL 312


TEL 517


High Voltage Engineering


30 –45


3


TEL 415


TEL 518


Modern Control Systems


30 – 45


3


TEL 323


TEL 519


Process Control


30 – 45


3


TEL 413


TEL 520


Current Trends in Electrical/Electronic Engineering.


15 – 0


1


None


TEL 521


Electronic Instrumentation


30 –45


3


TEL 325


TEL 522


Wireless & Mobile Communications


45 – 0


3


TEL 416


TEL 523


Introduction to Biomedical Engineering


45 – 0


3


None


TEL 524


Reliability of Electrical & Electronic Components


45 – 0


3


TEL 325


TEL 525


Signal Processing


30 – 45


3


TEL 417


TEL 526


Microelectronics Fabrication Techniques


45 – 0


3


TEL 418


TEL 527


Industrial Utilisation of Electric Power


45 – 0


3


TEL 314


TEL 528


Electrical Machines III


45 – 45


4


TEL 324


TEL 529


Network Synthesis


45 – 0


3


TEL 323


TEL 599


Project


-


6


-

Table 8.2: Summary of Other Departments’ Courses



COURSE CODE


COURSE TITLE


COURSE UNIT


STATUS


GES 101


Use of English


3


C


GES102


Culture and Civilization


3


C


GES103


Government, the Society and Economy


3


C


MAT111


Algebra


4


R


MAT121


Calculus and Trigonometry


4


R


MAT141


Analytical Geometry and Mechanics


4


R


MAT223


Analysis


4


R


MAT241


Ordinary Differential Equations


4


R


MAT341


Mathematical Methods I


4


R


MAT342


Mathematical Methods II


4


E


MAT351


Numerical Analysis


4


R


MAT411


Partial Differential Equations


3


E


STA 111


Descriptive Statistics


4


E


STA202


Statistics for Physical Sciences & Engineering


4


E


CSC233


Programming and Algorithm


4


E


PHY114


Basic Principles of Physics I


3


R


PHY112


Basic Principles of Physics II


3


R


PHY113


Basic Principles of Physics III


3


R


PHY115


Basic Principles of Physics IV


3


R


PHY118


Experimental Physics I


3


R


CHE127


Inorganic Chemistry I


3


R


CHE157


Physical Chemistry


4


R


CHE195


Practical Chemistry


2


R


TPE316


Technical Writing & Presentation


2


R


ECO201


Principles of Economics I


3


R


TIT299


8 weeks Industrial Training


2


R


TIT399


12 weeks Industrial Training


3


R


TIT499


24 weeks Industrial Training


6


C


TIE533


Engineering Management


3


R


TME111


Basic Engineering Drawing


2


R


TME121


Basic Workshop Practice


1


R


TME211


Engineering Drawing I


2


R


TME212


Engineering Mechanics


2


R


TME213


Thermodynamics


4


R


TME214


Elementary Computer Programming


3


R


TME221


Workshop Practice I


2


R


TME222


Engineering Drawing II


2


R


TME223


Introduction to Engineering Practice


2


R


TME224


Fluid Mechanics I


3


E


TME225


Strength of Materials I


4


E


TME313


Materials Science


4


E


TME521


Engineering Law


2


R

Note C=Compulsory; R=Required; E=Elective

COURSE OUTLINE
ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING COURSES ONLY

The detailed course contents of all the courses in the Department are hereby presented, while the syllabi of non-departmental can be obtained from the appropriate departments.

The following keys are used: HL – hours of lecture in a semester

HP – hours of practical in a semester

U – Course unit

CR – co-requisite

P - Pre-requisite

200 LEVEL COURSES

TEL 211 - Applied Electricity (Compulsory)

Electrostatics Capacitance: Magnetic Fields. Inductance , Magnetic Circuits. Electric Circuits. Kirchoff Laws. Introduction to network analysis: Thevenin’s and Norton’s theorems, source transformation, node and mesh analysis. DC and AC circuits. Phasor diagrams. Resonance. Power: Power factor, Power factor correction. Principles of transformers and electrical machines. The dynamo.

HL 45; HP 45; U 4; CR 0; P 0

TEL 221 - Fundamentals of Electrical & Electronic Engineering (Compulsory)

Structure of atom. Energy band comparison of solid; Insulators, conductors and semi conductors. Semiconductor; Intrinsic--, p- and n- type materials. The p-n junction characteristics; Diode, Zener, transistor. Introduction to electronics: rectification and smoothning circuits. Transistor as an amplifier: biasing, small signal equivalent circuits (CE, CB and CC). Basic Logic gates and circuits.

HL 30; HP 45; U 3; CR 0; P 0

TEL 222 – Basic Electrical & Electronic Measurements (Compulsory)

Colour coding and testing of components; values and ratings. Familiarization with basic measuring instruments, meters, oscilloscopes etc. Introduction to fault diagnosis and troubleshooting.

HL 15; HP 45; U 2; CR 0; P 0

300 LEVEL COURSES

TEL 311 - Network Analysis (Compulsory)

Review of simple applications of network theorems. Maximum power transfer. Star-delta transformation. Network functions. Two port networks; y-parameters, z-parameters, h-parameters, transmission-parameters. Complex quantities in a.c. networks. Transient and steady state analysis. Laplace transforms Fourier series, Fourier transforms and application to linear systems analysis.

HL 45; HP 0; U 3; CR 0; P TEL 211

TEL 312 - Electronics Circuits (Compulsory)

Review of Bipolar junction transistors. Field effect transistors: General description, construction and characteristics of J-FET and MOSFET, brief introduction to C-MOS and V-FET. Transistor biasing: the operating point, bias stability, self-bias with emitter resistor, stabilization against variation in Ice, Vbe and b. Small signal equivalent circuits of bipolar and field effect transistor. Low frequency small signal amplifier; Effect of coupling capacitor on response. High frequency amplifier. Feedback amplifiers and oscillator circuits. Large signal amplifiers; classes of amplifiers, operation and distortion. Transformer coupled audio power amplifier. Push-pull amplifier circuit. Negative resistance devices and applications.

HL 45; HP 45; U 4; CR 0; P TEL 221.

TEL 313 - Electromagnetic Field (Compulsory)

Coulomb’s Law and electrical field intensity. Electric flux density. Gauss’ Law divergence, energy and potentials. Conductors, dielectrics capacitance, boundary value problems. Poisson’s and Laplace’s equations. Polarization. Boundary conditions. Maxwell’s equations. Plane electromagnetic waves. Pointing vectors and power flow. Plane waves in conducting media. Penetrating, depth, reflection and transmission at boundaries.

HL 45; HP 0; U 3; CR 0; P TEL 211.

TEL 314 – Electrical Machines I (Compulsory)

Basic Principles of relays and actuators. Transformation of Electric energy. Transformer performance; equivalent circuits, efficiency, regulation, per unit values. Types of Transformers: Auto transformer, Instrument Transformer. Elements of transformer design. Transformer in polyphase circuits. Parallel operation of transformers. Basic principles of electro-mechanical energy conversion. Direct current machines: armature windings, internal torque, and methods of excitation. Armature reaction. Characteristics of D.C. Generators and motors. Basic principles of selection of motors and generators for practical application. Speed control and electric braking. Cross-field machines. Commutator machines.

HL 45; HP 45; U 4; CR 0; P TEL 211.

TEL 315 – Electromechanical System (Service Course)

Magnetic circuits Basic principles of relays and activators; Ideal transformer. Equivalent circuits and basic analysis of practical transformers. D.C. machine contraction, characteristics of D.C. generators. Excitation of D.C. machines. Torque-speed characteristics of D.C. motors. A.C. Machines: production of rotating magnetic fields. Simple theory of three phase induction motors; torque speed characteristics, three-phase induction motors. Single-phase motor – applications. Selection of motors, for practical applications. Synchronous machines.

HL 30; HP 45; U 3. CR 0; P TEL 211.

TEL 316 – Communication Systems I (Compulsory)

Introduction to communication systems; General features of point-to-point communication systems over the entire frequency spectrum, characteristics of transmitters, receivers and antennae. Radio and TV broadcasting. Telephony. Facsimile. Radar Telemetry. Analogue modulation systems. Amplitude modulation and demodulation methods, DSB, DSBSC, SSB, and VSB. Comparison of AM systems. Angle modulation and demodulation. Frequency and phase modulation. Wide band and narrow band and FM.

HL 30; HP 45; U 3; CR 0; P 0

TEL 321 – Network Analysis and Computer Aided Design (Required)

Network graph theory and its application to node mesh, loop and cutset analysis of linear networks. Time domain solution of state equations. Introduction to Computer aided network analysis and simulation packages.

HL 30; HP 45; U 3; CR 0; P TEL 311.

TEL 322 – Digital System Design (Compulsory)

Shaping and wave generation circuits employing bipolar and field effect transistors. Number system, coding, truth functions, Boolean algebra. Basic switching circuits. TTL and MOS integrated circuits. Minimisation of Boolean functions. Combinational logic design: input, output and speed constraints. Sequential circuits; Initialising clocking. Memory devices: Types and features shift registers and counters. Introduction to MSI and LSI integrated circuits: Multiplexer and decoder functions, comparators and the adder.

HL 30; HP 45; U 3; CR 0; P TEL 312

TEL 323 – Linear Systems (Compulsory).

Mathematical models of physical system. Analogues concepts in electrical, mechanical and thermal systems. Transfer functions. Block diagrams and signal flow graphs. Feedback control systems; advantages. Transient response of systems. The root-locus methods. Frequency response of systems; Bode and Polar plots. System stability: Routh and Nyquist criteria. Introduction to analogue computer simulation.

HL 45; HP 0; U 3; CR 0; P 0.

TEL 324 – Electrical Machine II (Required)

Rotating magnetic fields, 2 winding stator, m-phase stator. A.C. Machines; windings, e.m.f. equations, effects of harmonics. Three phase induction motors – equivalent circuits, steady state operation, speed control. Single phase induction motor. Synchronous machines: construction, synchronous reactance, equivalent circuits, regulation and steady state operation. Special generators: Synchronous motor, Power factor control and starter. Independent generators. Parallel operation of Synchronous machines.

HL 30; HP 45; U 3; CR 0; P TEL 314.

TEL 325 – Electrical Measurements (Compulsory)

Units. Theory of errors; systematic and random errors. Indicating instruments; moving coil, moving iron, dynamometer. Electrostatic indicating instruments. DC & AC Measurements, (including impedance measurements). Multimeters. Measurement of power and energy. Instrument potentiometers. The Oscilloscope. Applications of the CRT to measurements. Pen recorders. Digital Test Instruments. Simple signal interference, screening and grounding techniques.

HL 30; HP 45; U 3; CR 0; P TEL 222.

400 LEVEL COURSES

TEL 411 – Operational Amplifier

Operational amplifiers in circuit design: characteristics, application and measurement of parameters. Some Op Amp applications containing transistors and Op amps: LED testers, furnishing a constant current to a grounded load current Amplifier, Solar Cell Energy measurements, current divider circuit.

HL 30; HP 45; U 3; CR 0; P TEL 312.

TEL 412 – Introduction to Microcontrollers (Compulsory)

Principles of digital computer design: basic elements of the digital computer-parts and operation. Type and uses of computers. Bus organization – data, address, control, uni-directional and bi-directional. Outline of central processing unit – parts and operation. Word formats – data and instruction. Micro processors: System architecture, internal organisation of a typical micro processor, instruction execution, addressing modes. Addressig schemes – memory mapping, input/output mapping. Machine code programming. Micro programming – micro-controller organisation, micro instruction.

HL 30; HP 45; U 3; CR 0; P TEL 322.

TEL 413 - Servo Mechanism and Control Systems (Compulsory)

Servo-motors, tachogenerators, error detectors amplifiers, actuators, valves, etc. Electrical, hydraulic, pneumatic and thermal systems and their transfer functions. Position control and velocity control systems. Voltage regulators. System specifications. State variables and state variable representation of linear systems. Canonical representations. Eigen-value analysis, modes. Controllability and observability. Stability, state variable feedback and pole placement. Compensation techniques. Proportional integral and derivative controllers. Industrial applications and examples.

HL 30; HP 45; U 3; CR 0; P TEL 323.

TEL 414 – Power Transmission, Distribution & Installations (Required)

Introduction to power systems and sources of electric energy, structure of electrical system. Fundamental of line design, short, medium and long lines, performance of transmission lines. D.C. and A.C. Distribution circuits. Electrical Services Design and Installation: choice of cables and conductors. Earthing and Testing of installation, Protection of electrical installation. IEE regulations.

HL 30, HP 45; U 3; CR 0; P TEL 314.

TEL 415 – Power Systems I (Compulsory)

Transmission lines: Line inductance, line capacitance of three phase lines. Effect of earth on the capacitance of a three-phase line. Bundled conductors. Current and Voltage reactions on a Transmission Line. D.C. Transmission. Representation of power systems. One-line diagrams, Per-Unit quantities. Economic operation of power systems: Calculation of loss Coefficients. Distribution of loads between plants. Symmetrical Three Phase Faults on Synchronous Machines. Bus Impedance Matrix in Fault Calculations. Symmetrical Components of Unsymmetrical phasors. Power in terms of symmetrical components. Positive, negative, and zero sequence networks. Unsymmetrical faults; single line to ground, line to line and double line-to-ground faults on a Power System. Analysis of Unsymmetrical faults using the Bus Impedance Matrix. Digital Calculation of Fault currents.

HI 30; HP 45; U 3; CR 0; P TEL 311.

TEL 416 – Communication Systems II (Required)

Information theory: Information/entropy, sources, coding, Shannon’s sampling theorem, channel capacity, error detecting and correcting codes, trading of bandwidth and S/N ratio. Digital communication systems; PAM, PWM, Quantisation systems and PCM, PCM Carrier systems. Behaviour in the presence of noise. Delta modulation. Digital carrier systems: ASK, FSK, PSK wave generation, spectra, synchronous and asynchronous detection.

HL 30; HP 45; U 3; CR 0; P TEL 316.

TEL 417 – Digital Signal Processing (Required)

Signal representation in time domain, Fourier transform, sampling theorem, linear time-invariant system, discrete convolution, z-transform, discrete Fourier transform, discrete filter design. Basic image processing concepts.

HL 30; HP 0; U 2; CR 0; P 0

TEL 418 – Solid State Electronics (Required)

Physics and Properties of semi-conductors; Crystal structure, Energy bands, carrier concentration at thermal equilibrium, carrier transport phenomena phonon spectra and optical, thermal, high-field properties of semi conductors. Characteristics of some electron and photo devices, junction diodes, transistors FETs. SCR, Photocell and LED. Metal-semi conductor contacts: Energy band relation, Schottky effect, current transport processes, characterisation of barrier height, Device structures, and ohmic contact.

HL 30, HP 0 U 2, CR 0; P TEL 221.

TEL 410 – Antennas & Wave Propagation (Elective)

Antennas and wave propagation: Review of principles of radiation – Maxwells equations and plane waves. Antenna Theory & Design: – radiation resistance, directivity, efficiency, power gain and effective area. Antenna arrays – end fix and broad side types, radiation patterns. Loop antenna, rhombic antenna, horns, reflectors and lenses. Wireless propagation. Wave propagation – ground, sky and space wave propagation. Multipath phenomena, signal loss and finding in different frequency bands. Interference and noise. Transmission lines and their parameters. Transmission modes, transients, smith chart, impedance matching.

HL 30; HP 0; U 2; CR 0; P TEL 313.

500 LEVEL COURSES

TEL 510 – Computer Aided Design & Use of Simulation Packages

Computer Aided Design & Drafting. Simulation of circuit using appropriate packages e.g. PSPICE, HSPICE, Electronic Workbench, Visio technical etc.

HL 15; HP 45; U 2; CR 0; P TEL 321

TEL 511 – Analog IC Designs & Applications

Analysis and Design of signal generators, Active filters. Analogue multipliers and their application. Integrated circuit timers. Integrated voltage regulators. Phase Locked Loop.

HL 30; HP 45; U 3; CR 0; P TEL 411.

TEL 512 – Microprocessor Application, Organization & Embedded Systems

Microprocessor organization and interfacing: Memory interfacing. Hardware-software design of microprocessor systems. Introduction to Embedded Microcomputer Systems. Architectures of programmable digital signal processor. Programming for real-time performance. Design and implementation of data scrambler and interfaces to telecommunications.

HL 45; HP 45; U 4; CR 0; P TEL 412

TEL 513 – Digital Communication & Telecommunication Services Design

Transmission media: attenuation in open space, air, cable and fibre optic channels. Construction of cables and fibres. Data transmission networks: star, ring and bus networks in local and long distance environment. OSI Network Layers. The Internet. VSAT indoor and outdoor units. Telephone installations, PABX installations: choice of cables and accessories. Lightning protection and earthing techniques. Bill of engineering material and evaluation and billing of telecommunication installations.

HL 45; HP 0; U 3; CR 0; P TEL 416.

TEL 514 – Microwave & Satellite Communications.

Microwave engineering: Review of interaction between electronics and fields – plane wave propagation in free space, glossy media and metallic films. *Transmission lines and wave guides. *Microwave components – cavity resonators, wave guide Tees, directionals couplers – circulators and isolators. *Microwave devices – tubes, solid state devices. *Micro wave circuits – impedance transformation and matching, resonant and filter circuits. Radar systems: nature of radar and radar equations, composition of a radar system, application of different types of radar. Introduction to Satellite Communication: Fundamentals of satellite communication systems. Orbit types, ground stations and support sub-systems. Geostationary and low earth orbit systems and services.

HL 45; HP 0; U 3; CR 0; P TEL 313.

TEL 515 – Power Systems II

Load flow studies: Load forecasting.. Control of power generation, voltage control, voltage collapse contingency planning, stability studies, automatic voltage regulators, regulating transformers. Fault analysis. Protection systems: relays, carrier protection, principles of fault detection, discrimination and clearance in transformers, generators and transmission lines. Introduction to Power System Communication; Power Line Carrier & application.

HL 45; HP 0; U 3; CR 0; P TEL 415.

TEL 516 – Power Electronics & Drives

Characteristics of semiconductor switches. Power conversion from AC to DC, DC to DC, DC to AC, AC to AC. Applications of SCR and other thyristor devices: motor control, control of drives, heating and lighting. Mechanical relays, solid state relays and stepping motors.

HL 30; HP 45; U 3; CR 0; P TEL 312.

TEL 517 – High Voltage Engineering

Importance of High Voltage Generation and Transmission. Characteristics and details of high voltage equipment with emphasis on line structure and hardware. Generation of high AC/DC and impulsive voltages. Requirement of testing of internal and external insulation system. Propagation of surges in high voltage transmission lines. Protection of transmission lines and substation from direct lighting strokes. Preventive testing of insulation process in multilayer conductors and insulation coordination. Line and substation insulation. Over head line, bus-bars, isolators and circuit breakers. Corona/Radio interferences and minimisation of their effects on the lines. Brief discussion about discharge in gases, breakdown voltages in gases. Electric field calculation for different electrode configuration with respect to distance, temperature etc.

HL 30; HP 45; U 3; CR 0; P TEL 415.

TEL 518: Modern Control System

State variable feedback and pole placement. Module controllability. Asymptotic observers for state measurement. Combined observer-control compensators. State-variables and linear discrete-time systems. Analysis of sampled-data control system, stability analysis, compensation techniques. Optimal control: the regulator and tracking problem. The linear quadratic regulator theory.

HL 30; HP 45; U 3; CR 0; P TEL 323.

TEL 519 – Process Control

Review of actuators and control elements, Process dynamics. Principles of controllers. Analog controllers. Digital control principles. Control loop characteristics, Process Applications.

HL 30; HP 45; U 3; CR 0; P TEL 413.

TEL 520 – Current Trends in Electrical/ Electronic Engineering

This course is to address and discuss current development in the field of Electrical & Electronic engineering. Students are expected to submit a term paper on given topics.

HL 15; HP 0; U 1; CR 0; P 0

TEL 521 – Electronic Instrumentation (Required)

Basic principle of Instrument Science, Sensors, and transducers for the measurement of Temperature, Pressure, Force, Light intensity, Flow etc. Signal processing and interfacing techniques. Analogue and digital display units. Industrial application. Instrumentation in industry. Introduction to Expert System instrumentation.

HL 30; HP 45; U 3; CR 0; P TEL 325.

TEL 522 – Wireless & Mobile Communications

Introduction to mobile and cellular communication systems - Historical overview. Concepts of Wireless Systems: propagation effects including loss, dispersion, fading, transmission and reception. Mobile Systems: mobile links and cells, frequency use and re-use, mobile frequency spectrum, concepts of FDMA, TDMA, CDMA.and GSM, error rates and probability. Circuits and components for wireless and mobile systems.

HL 45; HP 0; U 3; CR 0; P TEL 416.

TEL 523 – Introduction to Biomedical Engineering

Bioelectric phenomenon. Biosignal Analysis: theory and classification of biological signals such as EEG, EKG, EMG. Data acquisition, analysis procedures and computer applications. Medical Electrodes and Transducers. Bioelectric Amplifiers. Bioinstruments for diagnosis, therapy, health support and patient monitoring.

HL 45; HP 0; U 3; CR 0; P0.

TEL 524 – Reliability of Electrical & Electronic System

Introduction to reliability, maintainability, availability. Elementary reliability theory. Application to power systems and electronics systems. Test characteristics of electrical and electronic components. Types of faults. Designing for higher reliability. Packaging, mounting, ventilation. Protection from humidity, dust.

HL 45; HP 0; U 3; CR TEL 521; P TEL 325.

TEL 525 – Signal Processing

Introduction to signal processing: Random signals, auto-correlation functions and power spectral densities. Random signals and noise through linear systems Brief review of signals and systems; convolution and Fourier Analysis. Loading effects. Signal recovery from noise, deterministic and random signals, statistical representation of random signals, effects of noise and interference on measurement circuits, noise sources and coupling mechanisms, methods of reducing effects of noise and interference. Signal sampling and reconstitution. Signal truncation and windowing. Filtering techniques. Introduction to grounding and shielding techniques. Modulation and demodulation.

HL 30; HP 45; U 3; CR 0; P TEL 417.

TEL 526 – Microelectronics Fabrication Techniques

The growth of crystals including epitaxy; vacuum deposition of single crystal layers. Oxidation, diffusion, sintering. Photo Fabrication, metallization and encapsulation techniques. Methods of characterization and stability of Electronic devices. Brief introduction to integrated technology of basic components: resistors, capacitors, diodes, and transistors. Fabrication sequencesDesign and characteristics of vacuum systems. Measurements of low pressure, pressure gauges. Use of valves and other vacuum materials. Industrial uses of vacuum systems. Evaporation, sources and Techniques. Sputtering techniques. Characterisation of thin films. Fundamentals of monolithic and hybrid circuit design. Multiphase Integrated circuits. Transistor and diodes. For monolithic circuits passive components. For IC. Assembly processing of IC Packaging.

HL 45; HP 0; U 3; CR 0; P TEL 418.

TEL 527 – Industrial Utilization of Electric Power

Illumination: Units and definitions. Basic laws of illumination; Illumination devices. Electric traction, Mechanical Electrical braking Variable-speed drives. Four quadrant de motor drives. Cycloconverters. DC and AC regulators. Industrial applications of thyristor drives control. DC motor control. Induction motor control. Induction heating.

HL 45; HP 0; U 3; CR 0; P TEL 314.

TEL 528 – Electrical Machines III

1. Synchronous Machines: Regulation, effect of salient poles two reaction theory and power angle characteristics.

2. Special Machines:

(i) Double cage induction motor; induction generator

(ii) Commutator Machines; amplidyne and Metadyne; Commutator motor;

(iii) Linear motors; Linear and Synchronous

(iv) Synchronous and stepping motors.

3. AC and DC Machines Design: General principles, electric and magnetic loading. Design of main dimensions of synchronous and asynchronous machines. Design of transformers.

HL 45; HP 45; U 4; CR 0; P TEL 324.

TEL 529 – Network Synthesis

Network analysis; Network functions; transfer, bio quadratic properties. Introductory filter concepts; Passive, active, other filters. The approximation problems. Sensitivity. Passive Network synthesis. Design of practical filters and technologies.

H 45; HP 0; U 3 CR 0 P TEL 311.

TEL 599 – Project Work.

H 0; HP ¥ ; U 6; CR 0 P0.