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AIM/PURPOSE

To provide the students with an understanding of general electrical and power circuit theory principles and skills required for subsequent courses.

LEARNING OUTCOMES

On successful completion of this course, the student should be able to:

  1. Explain and apply the fundamental principles of DC theory
  2. Explain and apply the fundamental principles of AC theory
  3. Explain and apply the fundamental principles of basic three phase theory
  4. Demonstrate the use of electrical measuring equipment

 

INDICATIVE CONTENT

  • Explain and apply the fundamental principles of DC circuit theory under steady state and time varying conditions. (Ohms law, Kirchhoff's laws, resistors in series, parallel and series-parallel and voltage dividers).
  • Demonstrate an understanding of basic electromagnetism, magnetic circuit’s induction and inductance. Faraday’s and Lenz’s laws.
  • Explain and apply the fundamental principles of AC circuit theory under steady state and time varying conditions.
  • Demonstrate awareness of capacitor construction including current and voltage transients in RC circuits.
  • Demonstrate awareness of inductive transients – self-induction, mutual induction.
  • Series and parallel resonant circuits.
  • Demonstrate awareness basic star and delta connected circuits.
  • Perform basic calculations on balanced loads for three wire star load and four wire star configuration with neutral impedance.

Students will understand functions of operations management and apply techniques to ensure efficient and effective provision of goods and services.

Students will understand concepts and apply principles of leadership in a dynamic environment. Students will create a personal plan to develop their leadership abilities.

Students will develop knowledge and skills for management in organisations.

Students will understand functions of operations management and apply techniques to ensure efficient and effective provision of goods and services.

Students will understand functions of operations management and apply techniques to ensure efficient and effective provision of goods and services.

Students will understand concepts and apply principles of leadership in a dynamic environment. Students will create a personal plan to develop their leadership abilities.

Students will develop knowledge and skills for management in organisations.

Students will understand concepts and apply principles of leadership in a dynamic environment. Students will create a personal plan to develop their leadership abilities.

This paper aims to develop skills, understanding and appreciation of the role new enterprise and small business play in the development of a healthy economy. It presents an innovation perspective on new, small, large or social entrepreneurial ventures. This will develop competencies and skills necessary to understand, implement and manage the entrepreneurial innovation process to ensure the long-term viability and success of an enterprise operating within a highly competitive global environment.

Students will understand functions of operations management and apply techniques to ensure efficient and effective provision of goods and services.

This paper aims to introduce and develop the concepts of strategic management in a critical manner. It develops learner’s analytical and evaluative skills using the strategic frameworks. It also enhances learner’s knowledge and skills in creating, developing and designing strategic plans based on practical application of a strategic management theory.  

This paper aims to develop skills, understanding and appreciation of the role new enterprise and small business play in the development of a healthy economy. It presents an innovation perspective on new, small, large or social entrepreneurial ventures. This will develop competencies and skills necessary to understand, implement and manage the entrepreneurial innovation process to ensure the long-term viability and success of an enterprise operating within a highly competitive global environment.

This paper aims to introduce and develop the concepts of strategic management in a critical manner. It develops learner’s analytical and evaluative skills using the strategic frameworks. It also enhances learner’s knowledge and skills in creating, developing and designing strategic plans based on practical application of a strategic management theory.  

Course Information

Programme:              

Diploma in Electronics & Telecommunications Level 7

Paper/Course:

DET630 Antenna and Wave Propagation

Level of Course:

6

Delivery:                                

This paper is 17 weeks duration, consisting of 16 weeks teaching and 1 week of assessment feedback.

 

The weekly commitment is:

  • 7 hours per week of lectures, although there are some minor variations on this plus
  • A minimum of 6 hours of self-directed study and homework per week

 

Assessment/Weighting:

Assessment 1 - Quiz                                        10%

Assessment 2 - Mid-Term Exam                     30%

Assessment 3 –Assignment                            20%

Assessment 4 - Final Exam                             40%

Academic Criteria:

‘C’ grade or better

 

Course Aim

Successful graduates of this paper will provide the knowledge and skills to form the foundation for Radar and Microwave Communication for telecommunication organization. Students who complete this course will be able to identify antenna wave propagation for Radar and Microwave communication.

Important Dates

Quiz Date (Week 4)

22/03/2018

Mid-term Exam Date (Week 8)

19/04/2018

Assignment Due Date (Week 12)

17/05/2018

Final Exam Date (Week 16)

14/06/2018

Assessment Feedback (Week 17)

21/06/2018

Date ratified final results will be released:

28/06/2018

Date appeals close:

06/07/2018

Course Information

Programme:              

Diploma in Electronics & Telecommunications Level 7

Paper/Course:

DET610 Electronic Communication System

Level of Course:

6

Delivery:                                

This paper is 17 weeks duration, consisting of 16 weeks teaching and 1 week of assessment feedback.

 

The weekly commitment is:

  • 7 hours per week of lectures, although there are some minor variations on this plus
  • A minimum of 6 hours of self-directed study and homework per week

 

Assessment/Weighting:

Assessment 1 - Quiz                                        10%

Assessment 2 - Mid-Term Exam                     30%

Assessment 3 –Assignment                            20%

Assessment 4 - Final Exam                             40%

Academic Criteria:

‘C’ grade or better

 

Course Aim

Successful graduates of this paper will possess fundamental knowledge about communication systems. They will have the skills to work in an organization related to electronic communication systems. They will be able to address issues related to wireless signal propagation.

Course Information

Programme:              

Diploma in Electronics & Telecommunications Level 7

Paper/Course:

DET630 Antenna and Wave Propagation

Level of Course:

6

Delivery:                                

This paper is 17 weeks duration, consisting of 16 weeks teaching and 1 week of assessment feedback.

 

The weekly commitment is:

  • 7 hours per week of lectures, although there are some minor variations on this plus
  • A minimum of 6 hours of self-directed study and homework per week

 

Assessment/Weighting:

Assessment 1 - Quiz                                        10%

Assessment 2 - Mid-Term Exam                     30%

Assessment 3 –Assignment                            20%

Assessment 4 - Final Exam                             40%

Academic Criteria:

‘C’ grade or better

 

Course Aim

Successful graduates of this paper will provide the knowledge and skills to form the foundation for Radar and Microwave Communication for telecommunication organization. Students who complete this course will be able to identify antenna wave propagation for Radar and Microwave communication.

Important Dates

Quiz Date (Week 4)

22/03/2018

Mid-term Exam Date (Week 8)

19/04/2018

Assignment Due Date (Week 12)

17/05/2018

Final Exam Date (Week 16)

14/06/2018

Assessment Feedback (Week 17)

21/06/2018

Date ratified final results will be released:

28/06/2018

Date appeals close:

06/07/2018

Three-phase current plays a vital role in energy and drive technology, more specifically in the
generation and transmission of electrical energy, and operation of powerful industrial machines.

Course Aim:

To apply knowledge and problem-solving skills to plan and complete an engineering project relevant to Electrical/Electronic Engineering, to accepted practice and standards from a given specification.

Learning Outcomes                          

1

Develop preliminary design(s), based on a given specification, for an engineering project relevant to Electrical or Electronics Engineering.

 

2

Develop a plan or design parameters considering functionality, safety, environmental, cultural, and ethical issues.

3

Undertake well-defined planning and produce as a project output.

4

Produce supporting documentation relevant to the project output.

5

Evaluate compliance of the project output against specification.

6

Present findings to an audience in a professional manner.

  • Project Management functions, scheduling techniques, Critical path analysis, PERT charts, Gantt charts, uncertainty and Risk management.
  • Contract law and Documentation, schedules of Quantities, costing and tendering, time cost/quality balance, contract types, engineering company structures.
  • Requirements of discipline specific Conditions of Contract (NZS3910), dispute resolution.
  • Professionalism and Ethics, consultation, Treaty of Waitangi, sustainability,
  • Resource Management Act
  • Project Management functions, scheduling techniques, Critical path analysis, PERT charts, Gantt charts, uncertainty and Risk management.
  • Contract law and Documentation, schedules of Quantities, costing and tendering, time cost/quality balance, contract types, engineering company structures.
  • Requirements of discipline specific Conditions of Contract (NZS3910), dispute resolution.
  • Professionalism and Ethics, consultation, Treaty of Waitangi, sustainability,
  • Resource Management Act

Course Aim:

To apply knowledge and problem-solving skills to plan and complete an engineering project relevant to Electrical/Electronic Engineering, to accepted practice and standards from a given specification.

Learning Outcomes                          

1

Develop preliminary design(s), based on a given specification, for an engineering project relevant to Electrical or Electronics Engineering.

 

2

Develop a plan or design parameters considering functionality, safety, environmental, cultural, and ethical issues.

3

Undertake well-defined planning and produce as a project output.

4

Produce supporting documentation relevant to the project output.

5

Evaluate compliance of the project output against specification.

6

Present findings to an audience in a professional manner.

AIM/PURPOSE

To provide the students with an understanding of general electrical and power circuit theory principles and skills required for subsequent courses.

LEARNING OUTCOMES

On successful completion of this course, the student should be able to:

  1. Explain and apply the fundamental principles of DC theory
  2. Explain and apply the fundamental principles of AC theory
  3. Explain and apply the fundamental principles of basic three phase theory
  4. Demonstrate the use of electrical measuring equipment

 

INDICATIVE CONTENT

  • Explain and apply the fundamental principles of DC circuit theory under steady state and time varying conditions. (Ohms law, Kirchhoff's laws, resistors in series, parallel and series-parallel and voltage dividers).
  • Demonstrate an understanding of basic electromagnetism, magnetic circuit’s induction and inductance. Faraday’s and Lenz’s laws.
  • Explain and apply the fundamental principles of AC circuit theory under steady state and time varying conditions.
  • Demonstrate awareness of capacitor construction including current and voltage transients in RC circuits.
  • Demonstrate awareness of inductive transients – self-induction, mutual induction.
  • Series and parallel resonant circuits.
  • Demonstrate awareness basic star and delta connected circuits.
  • Perform basic calculations on balanced loads for three wire star load and four wire star configuration with neutral impedance.

Design, assemble and test printed circuit boards for manufacturing of electronic products

  • Project Management functions, scheduling techniques, Critical path analysis, PERT charts, Gantt charts, uncertainty and Risk management.
  • Contract law and Documentation, schedules of Quantities, costing and tendering, time cost/quality balance, contract types, engineering company structures.
  • Requirements of discipline specific Conditions of Contract (NZS3910), dispute resolution.
  • Professionalism and Ethics, consultation, Treaty of Waitangi, sustainability,
  • Resource Management Act

AIM/PURPOSE

To provide the students with an understanding of general electrical and power circuit theory principles and skills required for subsequent courses.

LEARNING OUTCOMES

On successful completion of this course, the student should be able to:

  1. Explain and apply the fundamental principles of DC theory
  2. Explain and apply the fundamental principles of AC theory
  3. Explain and apply the fundamental principles of basic three phase theory
  4. Demonstrate the use of electrical measuring equipment

 

INDICATIVE CONTENT

  • Explain and apply the fundamental principles of DC circuit theory under steady state and time varying conditions. (Ohms law, Kirchhoff's laws, resistors in series, parallel and series-parallel and voltage dividers).
  • Demonstrate an understanding of basic electromagnetism, magnetic circuit’s induction and inductance. Faraday’s and Lenz’s laws.
  • Explain and apply the fundamental principles of AC circuit theory under steady state and time varying conditions.
  • Demonstrate awareness of capacitor construction including current and voltage transients in RC circuits.
  • Demonstrate awareness of inductive transients – self-induction, mutual induction.
  • Series and parallel resonant circuits.
  • Demonstrate awareness basic star and delta connected circuits.
  • Perform basic calculations on balanced loads for three wire star load and four wire star configuration with neutral impedance.

Course Aim:

To apply knowledge and problem-solving skills to plan and complete an engineering project relevant to Electrical/Electronic Engineering, to accepted practice and standards from a given specification.

Learning Outcomes                          

1

Develop preliminary design(s), based on a given specification, for an engineering project relevant to Electrical or Electronics Engineering.

 

2

Develop a plan or design parameters considering functionality, safety, environmental, cultural, and ethical issues.

3

Undertake well-defined planning and produce as a project output.

4

Produce supporting documentation relevant to the project output.

5

Evaluate compliance of the project output against specification.

6

Present findings to an audience in a professional manner.

This paper explores network solutions planning, implementation and management expertise; and develops an understanding of the tools, procedures and standards needed for network administration. It also develops an awareness of the fundamental importance of information security and management as they relate to the business objectives of an organization.


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