Certificate Course in Basic Electronics & Telecommunications

University of Mumbai
In Mumbai

Price on request

Important information

  • Certificate
  • Mumbai
  • 40 hours of class

Important information

Where and when

Starts Location
On request
Registrar University of Mumbai M.G. Road Fort, 400032, Maharashtra, India
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Course programme

The University of Mumbai offers Certificate Course in Basic Electronics & Telecommunications to its students. The course structure for it is as follows:

Basic Electronic for Telecom
Introduction & Objectives
Energy Band Theory
Classification of Solids
Qualitative Analysis
Insulators, Semiconductors & Metals
Intrinsic & Extrinsic Semiconductor
P-N Junction
Formation of Depletion Layer in a P-N Junction
Working of a P-N Junction under Open-Circuit Condition
Diode as Rectifier
Halt Wave Rectifier (HWR) & Full Wave Rectifier (FWR)
Fullwave Bridge Rectifier
Zener Diode & Varactor Diode
Power Supply
Voltage regulator & I C Voltage regulator
Summer & Exercise
Bipolar Junction Transistor (BJT) . Filed Effect Transistor (FET)
Introduction & Objective
Fundamentals of BJT & Process of Conduction in Transistors
Common Base Amplification Factor & Transistor as an Amplifier
Common - Base Configuration (CB)
Common - Emitter Configuration (CE)
Input Characteristics & Output Chas or Collector Chas
Common - Collector Configuration (CC)
Transistor Biasing
Fixed Bias Circuit & Disadvantage of Fixed Bias Circuit
Transistor as a Switch & Field Effect Transistor FET
Difference between BJT & FET
Depletion MOSFET & FET as an Amplifier
Summer & Exercise
Feedback Amplifiers & Oscillators
Introduction & Objectives
Negative feedback
Advantages & disadvantages of negative feedback
Voltage and current feedback amplifiers
Voltage - Series & Voltage - Shunt
Current - Series & Current - Shunt
Oscillators: Barkhausen criteria for oscillation
Colpitts oscillator & Hartley's oscillator R. C. phase shift oscillator, Wien bridge oscillator
Crystal oscillator
Tuned amplifiers
Single tuned amplifier & Double tuned amplifiers
Modulation 1. Introduction, Objective & Need of Modulation
Types for modulation
Amplitude modulation & Single side band technique
Generation of amplitude modulation & Detection of AM wave
Frequency modulation
Basic of digital modulation & types of digital modulation
Linear ICs
Block diagram of an IC OPAMP & Ideal characteristics of an
The Basic OPAMP and its equivalent
Virtual ground concept
Application of OPAMP Constant gain multiplier & Non inverting
Integrator, Differentiator & Subtractor
TIMER & Analog IC to generate and detect AM
Principles of microphones and loudspeakers
Introduction to Digital Communication
Introduction & Objectives
Principle of Communication system & Types of communication system
Principle of digital communication system & Layers of digital communication system
Bandwidth, Information transfer rate & Signaling rate
Advantages of digital communication system
Summary & Exercise
Introduction & Objectives
Quantization error
Pulse Code Modulation
Bandwidth for PCM & Signal to noise ratio for PCM
Companding & Differential PCM
Time Division Multiplexing
Digital multiplexing & T1 digital system
Bit rate of T1 digital system & Signaling
Voice model & Channel vocoder
Summary & Exercise
Pigital Modulation
Intrdduction & Objectives
Binary Phase Shift Keying
Spectrum of BPSK
Quadrature Phase Shift Keying
Frequency Shift Keying
Bell - type 103 FSK MODEM
Data formats, Inter Symbol Interference & Matched
Summary & Exercise
Introduction to Spread Spectrum Techniques
Introduction & Objectives
Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum