Planning, delivery, and installation of new laboratories 

Digital Signal Processing Lab

· Introduction to C programming for embedded systems

· Cortex M3 architecture and programming model

· First steps in programming the Cortex M3 microcontroller

·  Programming typical microcontroller applications

Basic electronic Lab

·  Basic amplifier circuits using bipolar transistors

·  Basic amplifier circuits using field-effect transistors (FETs)

·  Two-stage AC amplifier

·  Darlington pair amplifier

·  Coupled emitter amplifiers

·  Phase reversing stages

·  Differential amplifiers

·  Two-stage DC amplifier with complementary transistors

·  Push-pull amplifiers

·  Positive and negative feedback

·  Square-wave generators

·  Threshold switches (Schmitt triggers)

·   Astable multivibrators

·   Monostable multivibrators

·  Bistable multivibrators (flip-flops)

·  Saw tooth generators (pulse generators)

·  Sine-wave generators with RC and LC elements

·  Amplitude modulators and demodulators

·  Frequency modulator

·  Single-phase and three-phase rectifier circuits

·  Voltage multipliers

·  Stabilising circuits

·  Voltage and current regulators (linear)

·  Switched-mode voltage regulators

·  DC converters

·  Pulse generation using diacs

·  Pulse generation using unijunction transistors

·  Phase control using thyristors

·  Phase control using triacs

·  Full-wave control with zero-voltage switch

·  DC voltage switch using thyristors

·  Using op-amps as inverting amplifiers

·  Using op-amps as non-inverting amplifiers

·   Using op-amps as differential amplifiers

·   Dynamic response of operational amplifiers (op-amps)

Power electronic Lab

· Design and operation of single-phase and three-phase rectifiers

· Operating characteristics of uncontrolled, semi-controlled and fully controlled static converter circuits

· Power semiconductors and their control

· Power electronics measurement variables

· Measurement and analysis of static converter circuit power

·  Analysis of current, voltage and power using fast Fourier transform analysis (FFT)