BS System Engineering (Electronics and Communication)

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BS Electronic and Communications Engineering is a four-year degree program designed to prepare students with an understanding of the principles of electronics, communications, computing, engineering sciences, mathematical and scientific fundamentals, and the practice of these disciplines as electronics and communications engineers.

This program will provide you with a solid base of knowledge in the fundamental principles of electronic and communications engineering as well as a broad base of technical skills.

The electronic and communications engineering offers you the opportunity to develop a strong foundation in the fundamental principles of electronic and communications engineering. You’ll learn how to design and implement electronic systems, networks, and devices, and how to analyze and optimize performance..


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Course Curriculum


  • The Signifi cance of Human Communication
  • Communication Systems
  • Types of Electronic Communication
  • Modulation and Multiplexing
  • The Electromagnetic Spectrum
  • Assignments # 1


  • Gain, Attenuation, and Decibels
  • Tuned Circuits
  • Assignments # 1


  • AM Concepts
  • Modulation Index and Percentage of Modulation
  • Sidebands and the Frequency Domain
  • Assignments
  • Assignments # 2


  • Basic Principles of Amplitude Modulation
  • Amplitude Modulators
  • Amplitude Demodulators
  • Assignments # 1
  • Assignments # 2


  • Basic Principles of Frequency Modulation
  • Principles of Phase Modulation
  • Modulation Index and Sidebands
  • Noise Suppression Ef ects of FM
  • Frequency Modulation Versus Amplitude Modulation


  • Frequency Modulators
  • Phase Modulators
  • Frequency Demodulators


  • Digital Transmission of Data
  • Parallel and Serial Transmission
  • Data Conversion
  • Pulse Modulation
  • Digital Signal Processing
  • Assignments # 1
  • Assignments # 2


  • Transmitter Fundamentals
  • Carrier Generators
  • Power Amplifi ers
  • Impedance-Matching Networks
  • Typical Transmitter Circuits
  • Assignments # 1
  • Assignments # 2

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