Nevşehir Hacı Bektaş Veli University Course Catalogue

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VOCATIONAL COLLEGE OF AVANOS / EHT214 - ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY

Code: EHT214 Course Title: DEVELOPING COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGIES Theoretical+Practice: 2+0 ECTS: 3
Year/Semester of Study 2 / Spring Semester
Level of Course Short Cycle Degree Programme
Type of Course Optional
Department ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY
Pre-requisities and Co-requisites None
Mode of Delivery Face to Face
Teaching Period 14 Weeks
Name of Lecturer YUNUS KARA (yunuskara@nevsehir.edu.tr)
Name of Lecturer(s) YUNUS KARA,
Language of Instruction Turkish
Work Placement(s) None
Objectives of the Course
The aim of this course is to teach adaptation of developing technology to communication systems. To gain the ability to use next generation communication systems.

Learning Outcomes PO MME
The students who succeeded in this course:
LO-1 Students will be able to understand and explain the ISDN standard features. PO-7 Have satisfactory infrastructure by winning the main theoretical and practical knowledge and skills in the field communication.
PO-10 Realize system maintenance, system repair and system installation by using modern technical tools and materials in the field electronic communications technology.
Examination
Presentation
LO-2 Students will be able to understand and explain the standard features of DSL's technologies. PO-10 Realize system maintenance, system repair and system installation by using modern technical tools and materials in the field electronic communications technology.
PO-13 Present the knowledge and the ability to other people and institutions using information technologies. The students use oral and written communication facilities and act within the framework of vocational ethics.
Examination
Presentation
LO-3 Students will be able to understand and explain the standard features of GSM system. PO-7 Have satisfactory infrastructure by winning the main theoretical and practical knowledge and skills in the field communication.
PO-10 Realize system maintenance, system repair and system installation by using modern technical tools and materials in the field electronic communications technology.
PO-13 Present the knowledge and the ability to other people and institutions using information technologies. The students use oral and written communication facilities and act within the framework of vocational ethics.
Examination
Presentation
LO-4 Students will be able to understand and explain the standard features of 3rd generation mobile communication systems. PO-7 Have satisfactory infrastructure by winning the main theoretical and practical knowledge and skills in the field communication.
PO-10 Realize system maintenance, system repair and system installation by using modern technical tools and materials in the field electronic communications technology.
PO-13 Present the knowledge and the ability to other people and institutions using information technologies. The students use oral and written communication facilities and act within the framework of vocational ethics.
Examination
Presentation
LO-5 Students will be able to understand and explain the standard features of WiMAX. PO-7 Have satisfactory infrastructure by winning the main theoretical and practical knowledge and skills in the field communication.
PO-10 Realize system maintenance, system repair and system installation by using modern technical tools and materials in the field electronic communications technology.
PO-13 Present the knowledge and the ability to other people and institutions using information technologies. The students use oral and written communication facilities and act within the framework of vocational ethics.
Examination
Presentation
PO: Programme Outcomes
MME:Method of measurement & Evaluation

Course Contents
Fax machine, ISDN, DSL, ADSL, TDMA, GSM, GPRS, UMTS, MVNO, TETRA, SDH, next-generation Internet solutions, developing new communications systems technology.
Weekly Course Content
Week Subject Learning Activities and Teaching Methods
1 Fax machine Lecture Method, Presentation Techniques, Question-Answer Method
2 Integrated services digital network (ISDN) Description Method, Presentation Techniques, Question-Answer Method
3 Standards for ISDN systems, their advantages and disadvantages Description Method, Presentation Techniques, Question-Answer Method
4 Digital subscriber line (DSL) Description Method, Presentation Techniques, Question-Answer Method
5 Asymmetric digital subscriber line (ADSL) Description Method, Presentation Techniques, Question-Answer Method
6 Time division multiple access (TDMA) Description Method, Presentation Techniques, Question-Answer Method
7 Global system for mobile communications (GSM) Description Method, Presentation Techniques, Question-Answer Method
8 mid-term exam
9 General packet radio service (GPRS) Description Method, Presentation Techniques, Question-Answer Method
10 Universal mobile telecommunications system (UMTS) Description Method, Presentation Techniques, Question-Answer Method
11 Virtual mobile network operator (MVNO) Description Method, Presentation Techniques, Question-Answer Method
12 Terrestrial Trunked Radio (TETRA) Description Method, Presentation Techniques, Question-Answer Method
13 Synchronous digital hierarchy (SDH) Description Method, Presentation Techniques, Question-Answer Method
14 New-generation Internet solutions Description Method, Presentation Techniques, Question-Answer Method
15 WiMAX Description Method, Presentation Techniques, Question-Answer Method
16 final exam
Recommend Course Book / Supplementary Book/Reading
1 Faks Haberleşme Tekniği/ MEGEP
2 GSM Telefon Kontrolü / MEGEP
3 Mobil İletişim Cihazlarına Giriş / MEGEP
4 Telsiz Telefon Kontrolü / MEGEP
5 KABLOSUZ AĞ SİSTEMLERİ / MEGEP
Required Course instruments and materials
Course book, computer, projector

Assessment Methods
Type of Assessment Week Hours Weight(%)
mid-term exam 8 1 40
Other assessment methods
1.Oral Examination
2.Quiz
3.Laboratory exam
4.Presentation
5.Report
6.Workshop
7.Performance Project
8.Term Paper
9.Project
final exam 16 1 60

Student Work Load
Type of Work Weekly Hours Number of Weeks Work Load
Weekly Course Hours (Theoretical+Practice) 2 14 28
Outside Class
       a) Reading 2 5 10
       b) Search in internet/Library 2 8 16
       c) Performance Project 0
       d) Prepare a workshop/Presentation/Report 2 5 10
       e) Term paper/Project 0
Oral Examination 0
Quiz 0
Laboratory exam 0
Own study for mid-term exam 2 2 4
mid-term exam 1 1 1
Own study for final exam 2 3 6
final exam 1 1 1
0
0
Total work load; 76