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PostSubject: SYLLABI FOR ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING LICENSURE EXAMINATION   Fri Jul 04, 2008 1:23 pm

SYLLABI FOR ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING LICENSURE EXAMINATION


MATHEMATICS (20%)
Algebra & General Mathematics
Algebraic functions

Theory of equations

Factorization and algebraic functions

Ratio, proportion and variation

Matrix theory

Arithmetic and geometric progressions

Equations and inequalities

Linear and quadratic equations

Complex number system

Polynomials

Mathematical induction

Logic and probability

Statistics

Geometry
Lines and planes

Plane figures

Application of cavaliers, Pappus and prismodial theorems

Coordinate in space

Quadratic surfaces

Mensuration

Plane geometry

Solid geometry

Spherical geometry

Analytical geometry

Trigonometry
Logarithmic principles

Trigonometric functions

Fundamental trigonometric identities

Solutions of right and oblique triangles

Applications of terrestrial mensuration

Area, perimeter and centroid of plane figures

Polar coordinates

Spherical trigonometry

Calculus
Complex variables

Derivatives and applications

Integration and applications

Transcendental functions

Partial derivatives

Indeterminate forms

Multiple integrals

Differential equations

Mathematics Laws, Terms and Theories
Laws, theories and other rules relative to the fields of mathematics


II. GENERAL ENGINEERING & APPLIED SCIENCES (20%)

1. Engineering Mechanics

2. Strength of materials

3. College physics

4. General chemistry

5. Thermodynamics

6. Engineering materials

7. Engineering economics

8. Engineering management

9. Laws & Ethics

Contract and specifications

Telecommunications and broadcasting laws and regulations

Electronics engineering law of 2004

Code of professional ethics and conduct

Philippine electronic code


III. Electronics Engineering (30%)

1. Electricity/Magnetism Fundamentals

Atomic Structure

Electric Charge

Laws (Ohms, Kirchhoff, Coulomb,etc)

Magnetic Power

Magnetic field/flux

Magnetic/electric quantities/units

a. Magnetic/electromagnet principles

2. Electrical Circuit

Ac-dc circuits

Resistors

Inductors

Capacitor

3. Solid State Devices/Circuits

Semi-conductor fundamentals

Transistor components, circuits, analysis, and design

Special services(photo, electric, photovoltaic etc)

4. Power Generator/Sources/Principles/Applications

Cells and batteries

Electric Generator

Electronic power supply

Voltage regulation

Photovoltaic/thermoelectric generator

Distribution transformer

UPS/Float-battery system

Converters/inverters

Electronic (Audio/RF) Circuit/Analysis/Design
Amplifiers

Oscillators

Rectifier

Filters

Voltage regulation

Tests and Measurements
Volt-ohm-ammeter (analog/digital)

R-L-Z bridges

Oscilloscope

Cable Testers

RF meters

Signal generators (audio, RF,video)

Noise generators

Power/reflectometer/grid dip meter

Microelectronics
Integrated circuits componets, characteristics and products

Operational amplifiers/multivibrators

Industrial Electronics Principles/Applications
Electronic control system

Industrial solid state services

Welding system/high frequency heating

Feedback systems/servomechanism

Transducers

Motor speed control systems

Robotic principles

Bioelectrical principles

Instrumentation and control

Computer Principles
Analog/digital system

Binary number system.Boolean algebra

Mathematical logic and switching networks

Basic digital circuits (logic,gates,flip-flops,multivibrators etc.)

Static and dynamic memory devices

Programming and machine languages

Information and acquisition processing

Analog/Digital conversion

Computer Networking


IV. ELECTRONICS SYSTEMS AND TECHNOLOGIES (30%)


1. Radio Communication System

a. Transmission Fundamentals

Transmission system

Transmission medium

Primary line constants

Velocity and line wavelength

Characteristic Impedance

Propagation constants

Phase and group velocity

Standing waves

Voltage Standing Wave Ratio

Telephone lines and cables

Wave guides

Balanced and unbalanced lines

Twisted pair wire

Coaxial Cable

The decibel

Power ;eve; calculations

Signal and Noise fundamentals

b. Acoustics

Definition

Frequency range

Sound pressure level

Sound Intensity

Loudness level

Pitch and frequency

Internal and octave

Sound distortion

Room acoustics

Electro-Acoustics transducers

c. Modulation

Amplitude modulation

Phase modulation

Frequency modulation

Pulse modulation

d. Noise

External noise

Phase noise

Noise calculation and measurements

Radio interference

e. Radiation and Wave Propagation

Electro magnetic radiation

Radio spectrum

Wave propagation

Radiation patterns

Wavelength calculations

Radiation resistance

Diversity systems

f. Antennas

Basic considerations

Wire Radiators in Space

Isotropic radiator

Current and voltage distribution

Resonant, non-resonant antennas

Terms and definition

Antenna gain and resistance

Bandwidth, beamwidth,polarization

Effects of ground on antennas

Grounded, ungrounded antennas

Grounding systems

Antenna height

Design and applications

Matching systems

Impedance calculations

Antenna types

Directional and non-directional

Microwave antennas

Wideband and Special purpose antennas

g. Wire and wireless communications System

The telephone set

Connection and performance

Exchange area plant

Loop design

Trunks in the exchange plant

Insertion loss

Traffic calculations

Reference Equivalent and standards

Telephone networks

Signaling, Billing, CAMA, ANI

Echo, signing and design loss

Via net loss

Network hierarchy, class type

VF repeaters

Transmission considerations in long distance network

Telephone features-IDD,NDD,LEC

Mobile communications

Cellular communication, trunk radio, radio paging system etc.

h. Microwave Communications and Principles

i. Basic principles of various Electronics Stytem

Electro-optics/photonics/optoelectronics

Electromagnetics

Avionies,acrospace,navigational and military applications

Medical electronics

Cybernetics

Biometrics


2. Digital and Data Communications System


a. Digital Communication Networks

Bit and Binary transmission

Signaling rate

Error probability

Digital filtering

Switching

Packet circuit

Vertical circuit

Open systems interconnection

Multiplying, modulation and synchronization

Pulse code modulation

Companding

Encoding

Bandwidth and signal to noise ratio

Delta modulation

Slope overload

Adaptive delta modulation

Codes and protocol

Error detection and correction codes

Digital carrier systems

Frequency shift keying

Phase shift keying

Differential phase shift keying

DC nature of data transmission

Loops

Neutral and polar

Binary transmission and the concept of time

Asynchronous and synchronous

Timing

Distortion

Bits, band, WPM

Data interface standards

Data input/output devices

Digital transmission on analog channel

Modulation demodulation schemes parameters

Circuit conditioning

Modem applications

Serial and parallel transmission


b. Fiber optics

Principles of light, transmission

Types

Light sources, laser, LED

Light detectors

Modulation and waveform

System design

General application

Design procedure

Dispersion limited domain

System bandwidth

Splicing techniques


3. Satellite, Broadcasting and Cable TV System

a. Satellite system

The satellite system

Types of satellite

Satellite orbit

Uplink considerations

Demand assignments multiple access

Antenna tracking

Satellite link budgets

Path loss

Figure of merit

Ration of carrier to thermal noise power

Station margin

VSAT

b. Broadcasting and Cable TV systems

Radio transmitter (AM,FM, Television)

Studio (Microphone, Amplifiers, Cameras, Lighting etc)

Cable television


This is as of May 2008 , if their'll be any changes please inform me What a Face

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