Department of Electronics & Techcommunication Engineering
Course Outcomes (CO’S)
B.E. Third Semester

Course Name : Applied MathematicsIII Code : BEETE301T At the end of course Students will be able to – CO1
Analyse Integral Transform techniques such as Laplace
transform and apply Laplace Transform to solve Ordinary Differential Equations.
CO2
Apply Fourier Transform to Solve Integral Equation. CO3
Calculate the maxima and minima value for functions of two variables. CO4
Apply Complex variables to solve analytic functions, Taylor’s & Lauren’s series, Contour integration. CO5
Analyse ordinary and partial differential equations applied
To electronics & telecommunication engineering such as electronics & telecommunication vibrations and heat transfer.
CO6
Find the Eigen values and Eigen vectors to diagonalize and reduce a matrix to quadratic form.

Course Name : ELECTRONIC DEVICES AND CIRCUITS Code : BEETE302T At the end of course Students will be able to – CO1
The students will get the basic concepts of different semiconductor components. CO2
They will be able to understand the use of semiconductor devices in different electronic circuits. CO3
They will be able to calculate different performance parameters of transistors. CO4
They will be able to plot and study the characteristics of semiconductor devices.

Course Name : ELECTRONICS MEASUREMENT AND INSTRUMENTATION Code : BEETE303T At the end of course Students will be able to – CO1
Explain basic concepts and definitions in measurement. CO2
Explain the operation and design of electronic instruments for parameter measurement and operation of different Transducers CO3
Explain the operation of oscilloscopes and the basic circuit blocks in the design of an oscilloscope. CO4
Explain the circuitry and design of various function generators.

Course Name : OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING & DATA STRUCTURE Code : BEETE304T At the end of course Students will be able to – CO1
Be able to implement the concept of object oriented programming in any programming language. CO2
Explain the basic data structures and algorithms for manipulating them. CO3
Implement these data structures and algorithms in the C++ language. CO4
Integrate these data structures and algorithms in larger programs. CO5
Code and test wellstructured programs of moderate size using the C++ language. CO6
Apply principles of good program design to the C++ language.

Course Name : NETWORK ANALYSIS AND SYNTHESIS Code : BEETE305T At the end of course Students will be able to – CO1
Students will be able to analyze the various electrical and electronic networks using the techniques they learn. CO2
Students will be able to construct a circuit to suit the need.
B.E. Forth Semester

Course Name : AppliedMathematicsIV Code : BEETE401T At the end of course Students will be able to – CO1
Apply mathematical concepts and principles to perform computations using Numerical methods. CO2
Solve ordinary differential equations. CO3
Apply mathematics to solve problems on ZTransform and Series. CO4
Find Series solution of differential equation and generate functions of recurrence relations. CO5
Develop problemsolving techniques needed to accurately calculate probabilities. CO6
Apply problemsolving techniques to solving realworld events.

Course Name : POWER DEVICES AND MACHINES Code : BEETE402T At the end of course Students will be able to – CO1
Understand the basics of different components used in Power Electronics. CO2
Understand the working and characteristics of different power devices along with their applications in Electronic circuits. CO3
Understand the concept of ACDC converters, Choppers, Inverters which are widely used in industries. CO4
Understand the different AC/DC machines and their speed control methods

Course Name : ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS Code : BEETE403T At the end of course Students will be able to – CO1
Understand the concepts of Electric, Magnetic and Electromagnetic fields required to understand the concepts of Electronic Communication. CO2
Understand the different coordinate system for mathematical analysis of Electromagnetic Engineering. CO3
Understand the different theorems and their use in Electromagnetic field. CO4
Understand the use of waveguides for the transmission of electromagnetic waves at higher frequencies.. CO5
Understand the basic concepts of Radiation and Elements used for radiation along with the basic terminologies.

Course Name : DIGITAL CIRCUITS AND FUNDAMENTAL OF MICROPROCESSOR Code : BEETE404T At the end of course Students will be able to – CO1
At the end of the course the student will be able to analyze, design, and evaluate digital circuits of medium complexity, that are based on SSIs, MSIs, and programmable logic devices.

Course Name : SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS Code : BEETE405T At the end of course Students will be able to – CO1
Get knowledge about different types of signals and systems used in communication Electronics CO2
Understand the concept of probability and its use in communication system. CO3
Be able to embed the use of fourier series and fourier transform for feature extraction of different electronic signals. CO4
Understand different coding schemes and able to apply selective coding scheme for the application needed CO5
Understand the different analog and digital modulation schemes
B.E. FifthSemester

Course Name : Industrial Economics and Entrepreneurship Development Code : BEETET At the end of course Students will be able to – CO1
Understand and explain supply and demand analysis. CO2
Define and explain concepts and laws related to production and solve problems of BEP and Depreciation. CO3
Understand share market & some concepts of macroeconomics
like inflation, deflation, stagflation and the types of market structure.
CO4
Understand concept of Creativity, Innovation, Invention, Discovery, Creativity and laws related to IPR and patent. CO5
Know the Industries. basics of entrepreneurship and Small Scale CO6
Explain the financial agencies and entrepreneurship support
Government system & Agencies and Analyze the factors governing to project selection

Course Name : Antenna & Wave Propagation Code : BEETE501T At the end of course Students will be able to – CO1
Describe transmission line characteristics. CO2
calculate antenna parameters (radiation pattern, beam width, lobes, directivity, gain, impedance, efficiency, polarization) CO3
Analyze wire antennas (monopoles, dipoles, and loops). CO4
Analyze and design antenna arrays. CO5
Describe the operation of broadband and traveling wave antennas. CO6
Describe the operation of aperture and reflector antennas. CO7
Analyze and design Microstrip antennas.

Course Name : MICROPROCESSOR AND MICROCONTROLLERS Code : BEETE502T At the end of course Students will be able to – CO1
Describe internal organization of 8086/8088 microprocessors & 8051microcontrollers. CO2
Describe the concept of addressing modes and timing diagram of Microprocessor. CO3
Interface 8086 & 8051 with Keyboard/ Display, ADC/DAC, Stepper motor etc. CO4
Demonstrate the concept of interrupts and its use. CO5
Demonstrate the concept of Serial & parallel data communication CO6
Describe Handshaking concept and interfacing with peripheral devices. CO7
Describe the concept of DMA & Pentium. CO8
Describe 8087 Numeric coprocessor & its use in practical application. CO8
Interface various hardware with microprocessor

Course Name : ANALOG CIRCUIT AND DESIGN Code : BEETE503T At the end of course Students will be able to – CO1
Describe the basic differential Amplifier using transistor and its operation & characteristic. CO2
Design linear OpAmp circuits such as Voltage follower, Summing amplifier, scaling and averaging amplifier, Instrumentation amplifier circuits for various practical applications. CO3
Design nonlinear OpAmp such as Comparators, Comparator IC such as LM 339, Schmitt trigger, multivibrator circuits for various practical applications using IC555. CO4
Analyze and design amplifier circuits, oscillators, Filter, regulated power supply

Course Name : COMMUNICATION ELECTRONIC Code : BEETE504T At the end of course Students will be able to – CO1
Demonstrate a basic understanding of the term bandwidth and its application in communications. CO2
Describe quantizing and PCM signals, bandwidth and bit rate calculations, study amplitude and angle modulation and demodulation of analog signals etc. CO3
Solve the problems involving bandwidth calculation, representation & Generation of an AM sine wave CO4
Compare different modulation techniques of Generation of FM (Direct & Indirect Method) CO5
Identify, formulate & solve communication engineering problems.
B.E. Sixth Semester

Course Name : TELECOMMUNICATION SWITCHING SYSTEMS Code : BEETE601T At the end of course Students will be able to – CO1
Describe the need for switching systems and their evolution from analogue to digital. CO2
Describe the Public Switched Telephone Network. CO3
Describe private networks. CO4
Describe integrated networks.

Course Name : DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING Code : BEETE602T At the end of course Students will be able to – CO1
Represent discretetime signals analytically and visualize them in the time domain. CO2
Meet the requirement of theoretical and practical aspects of DSP with regard to sampling and reconstruction. CO3
Design and implement digital filter for various applications. CO4
Describe the various transforms for analysis of signals and systems. CO5
Describe the concept of multi rate signal processing and how to apply it for the wavelet transform.

Course Name : CONTROL SYSTEM ENGINEERING Code : BEETE603T At the end of course Students will be able to – CO1
Analyze various control systems. CO2
Analyze various control systems. CO3
Determine the response of different order systems for various step inputs. CO4
Analyze the stability of the system using Root locus. Bode plot, Nyquist plot. CO5
Obtain transfer function of systems using signal flow graph. CO6
Apply the state variable approach in design.

Course Name : DIGITAL COMMUNICATION Code : BEETE604T At the end of course Students will be able to – CO1
Explain the working principles of basic building blocks of a digital communication system. CO2
Describe a random process in terms of its mean and correlation functions and characterize special Gaussian and Rayleigh distributions. CO3
Explain receiver techniques for detection of a signal in AWGN channel CO4
Describe digital modulation techniques. CO5
Demonstrate the concept of coding and decoding techniques. CO6
Model digital communication systems using appropriate mathematical techniques. CO7
Describe spread spectrum analysis.
B.E. Seventh Semester

Course Name : DSP PROCESSOR & ARCHITECTURE Code : BEETE701T At the end of course Students will be able to – CO1
To describe the detailed architecture, addressing mode, instruction sets of TMS320C5X CO2
To write program of DSP processor CO3
To design & implement DSP algorithm using code composer studio CO4
To design decimation filter and interpolation filter.

Course Name : TELEVISION AND VIDEO ENGINEERING Code : BEETE702T At the end of course Students will be able to – CO1
Analyze and understand colour T.V. System CO2
Understand fundamental techniques of Different T.V. standards. CO3
Understand Advanced T.V. Technology. CO4
Understand different video recording, display and its consumer application.

Course Name : OPTICAL COMMUNICATION Code : BEETE703T At the end of course Students will be able to – CO1
Learn the basic elements of optical fiber. CO2
Understand the different kinds of losses, signal distortion in optical wave guides & other signal degradation factors CO3
Classify various optical source materials, LED structures, LASER diodes. CO4
Learn the fiber optic receivers such as PIN, APD diodes, receiver operation & performance. CO5
Understand the operational principal of WDM, SONET, measurement of attenuation, dispersion, refractive index profile in optical fibers.

Course Name : Advanced Digital System Design Code : BEETE704T At the end of course Students will be able to – CO1
Design of combinational & sequential circuit CO2
Develop skilled VLSI front end designers CO3
Implementation of digital system CO4
Experimentation on Hardware /Software codesign.

Course Name : VLSI SIGNAL PROCESSING (ELECTIVE 1 ) Code : BEETE705T At the end of course Students will be able to – CO1
Learn various methodologies to optimize power delay and area of VLSI design. CO2
Build Real Time processing system. CO3
Design of algorithm structure for DSP algorithms based on algorithm transformation.
B.E. Eighth Semester

Course Name : MICROWAVE & RADAR ENGINEERING Code : BEETE801T At the end of course Students will be able to – CO1
Understand the use of active and passive microwave devices CO2
Analyze Different UHF components with the help of scattering parameter CO3
Understand micro strip lines MIC design CO4
Understand the use of different Klystrons. CO5
Analyze the different power distribution Tees. CO6
Analyze Scattering Matrix of different UHF components CO7
Do research with capabilities in the design, development and manufacture of radar systems used in a wide spectrum of applications.

Course Name : COMPUTER COMMUNICATION NETWORK Code : BEETE802T At the end of course Students will be able to – CO1
Understand the requirement of theoretical & practical aspect of computer network. CO2
Understand the network traffic in computer network. CO3
Describe various protocols used in network. CO4
Describe the concept of computer network security. CO5
Understand the different wired &wireless LAN stds.& Routers.

Course Name : WIRELESS & MOBILE COMMUNICATION Code : BEETE803T At the end of course Students will be able to – CO1
Design a model of cellular system communication and analyze their operation and performance CO2
Explain Abrasive Jet Machining, Mechanics of AJMprocess parameters & Compute Machining parameters. CO3
Quantify the causes and effects of path loss and signal fading on received signal characteristics. CO4
to construct and analyze the GSM system

Course Name : Elective 2 EMBEDDED SYSTEMS Code :BEETE804T At the end of course Students will be able to – CO1
Design embedded based system . CO2
Design embedded system based on RTOS and communication protocols.

Course Name : – Elective 3 SATELLITE COMMUNICATION Code :BEETE805T At the end of course Students will be able to – CO1
Do research with capabilities in the design, development and manufacture of satellite communication systems used in a wide spectrum of applications.
CO2
Experience real world experience from household appliances to sophisticated satellite communication, from electronic ignition to neural networks and signal processing chips & to integrate academic discipline with projectbased engineering applications, classroom learning theory
CO3
Able for Acquisition of technical competence in specialized areas of Satellite Communication engineering.
CO4
Able to identify, formulate and model problems and find Satellite Communication engineering solutions based on a system approach.
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