Handbook of Laboratory Experiments in Electronics and Communication Engineering

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This Handbook is prepared after extensive simulations of circuits with some electronic and engineering software such as Multisim, Pspice, Proteus, MATLAB and Circuit Logic. The Handbook is designed basically to assist both tutors and students in the conduction of laboratory experiments. It has been proven over time that students tend to remember the experiments that they had conducted much better than the lectures that they received. The Handbook has been written in a simple technical language and the mathematics behind the experiments have been clearly derived and explained. The book is intended to add wealth of knowledge, especially in physics, electrical and electronic and communications engineering programmes for students in tertiary institutions such as Polytechnics, Monotechnics and Universities.

This Handbook contains five sections and a total of thirty-three experiments which can be categorized into Basic Electronics Software, Communication System Engineering experiments and Optical Communication experiments. Each experiment contains objectives, materials, theoretical background and procedures. The procedure involves steps and questions for understanding the experiments being conducted.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationCalifornia
PublisherNotion Press Inc
Number of pages380
Volume2
Edition1
ISBN (Print)1946641154
Publication statusPublished - Mar 2017

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Handbook of Laboratory Experiments in Electronics and Communication Engineering. / Zungeru, Adamu Murtala; Chuma, Joseph Monamati; Mangwala, Mmoloki; Ketshabetswe, L.K.

1 ed. California : Notion Press Inc, 2017. 380 p.

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