Property of Temasek Polytechnic Temasek Engineering School Diploma Elective Subjects offered by Electronics (ELN

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Nov 24, 2013 (3 years and 10 months ago)

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Property of Temasek Polytechnic


Temasek Engineering School

Diploma Elective Subjects
offered by

Electronics (ELN
)



S/N

Subject Name

Subject
Code/ short
Name

Credit
Units/

Level

Lessons

(Hrs/Week)

Subject Synopses

1.

Advanced
Electronics

EEE3001/

ADVELN

4
/3

2 (Lec)

2 (Tut/
Lab)

Provides basic concepts of designing
and using linear integrated circuits for
functions such as amplifiers, oscillators
and dc
-
dc converters. The design of
attenuators, filters, and television
circuits and the fundamentals of sensor
s
and transducers are discussed.

2.

Embedded Control
and Applications

EMC3002/

ECAPP

4
/3

1
(Lec)

3
(Lab)

This year 3 elective subject is an
extension to the year 2 core subject
“Microcontroller Technology”. The
subject (both theory and laboratory
practice)
seeks to provide students with
enhanced knowledge of
microcontroller
-
based system with
emphasis on its interfacing and
applications. The students are required
to work on a group project that uses
most of the hardware peripherals they
acquired

3.

Power Ele
ctronics
& Drives

EEE3004/

PEDRIVE

4/
3

2 (Lec)

2
(Tut
/
Lab)

Power electronics has undergone vast
technological progress during the past
few decades, and has found wide
applications in industrial, commercial,
residential and military environments.
Current tre
nd seems to be focused in
two main directions : low
-
power high
-
frequency electronics as in switch
-
mode
power supplies, and in moderate
-
to
-
high power electronics covering motor
drives, uninterruptible power supplies,
lighting and heating control.

This
subje
ct is an introduction to the study of
machines, power semiconductor
devices and their applications as power
converters and motor drives.

4.

Networking
Infrastructure

ECC2007

NETINFRA

4
/3

2 (Lec)

2 (Tut/
Lab)

This subject covers the basic theories of
routin
g and switching and their
applications in the networking
environment. Topics include IP
addressing, roles of routers in Wide Area
Networks (WANs), router fundamentals
and configuration, routing protocols and
switching.

5.

Software
Engineering

ESE3003/

SOF
TENG

4
/3

2 (Lec)

2

(Tut
/
Lab)

This subject aims to equip the students
with a thorough understanding of
software engineering. As such all
important phases of a software
development effort will be covered i.e.
project management, design
requirements, design m
ethodologies,
software verification and maintenance.

More emphasis will be placed on the
different software design and testing
methodologies in order to gear the
students towards a more practice
-
oriented industry.

6.

Internetworking

Technologies

ECC3001

ITECH

4/3

2 (Lec)

2 (Tut/
Lab)

This subject covers the advanced topics
such as Variable Length Subnet Mask
(VLSM) and Network Address
Translation (NAT) to help conserve the
IP addresses, implementation of
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol
(DHCP) when des
igning the LAN
networks. It also includes concepts of
various dynamic routing protocols and
their implementation to interconnect the
LAN networks. The subject also
examines the different Wide Area
Network (WAN) technologies such as
Integrated Services Dig
ital Network
(ISDN), Frame Relay and the security
feature in Point to Point Protocol (PPP)
to interconnect networks over large
area. It will also develop the skill to
create Access Control List to control
the types of network traffic accessing
the network
.

7.

Wireless
Technology

ETW2005/

WIRELESS

4/3

2(Lec)

2(Tut/Lab)

The subject investigates the basic
concepts of mobile communications
including radio propagation, multiple
access techniques, trunking and traffic
and cellular technology. Then it focuses
on

the study of prevailing system Global
System for Mobile (GSM) and General
Packet Radio Service (GPRS). New
technologies to next generation of
wireless services are discussed too.