Recite and Explain by themselves and others the PUP VMGO PUP Graduates

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Recite and Explain by themselves and others the PUP VMGO, PUP Graduates Attributes, Program Educational Objectives, Student Outcomes, and Course Policies. Week 1 2. Discuss the concepts of loudness, intensity levels and decibels. Laboratory experiment on sound intensity levels. November2015 3. Identify and describe the basic components and function of the hearing mechanism. Laboratory Experiment on the basic components and function of hearing mechanism November 2016 4. Calculate change in sound pressure relative to distance. Laboratory Experiment on calculation of sound pressure levels relative to distance December 2016 5. Describe the characteristics and merits of acoustical materials like absorbers, reflectors and diffusers. Laboratory Experiment on the characteristics of acoustical materials December 2016 6. Describe factors affecting acoustics of a room. Laboratory Experiment on the factors affecting acoustics of a room January 2017 7. Discuss the operation and application of high fidelity (Hi-Fi) audio devices. Laboratory Experiment on the operation and application of high fidelity (Hi-Fi) audio devices. January 2017 8. Describe the basic principle of operation of typical B/W and color TV transmitter. Laboratory Experiment on the operation of TV transmitter. February 2017 9. Describe the basic principle of operation of B/W and color TV receiver. Laboratory Experiment on the operation of TV receiver. February 2017 10. Discuss the operation of digital TV transmitter and receiver system Laboratory Experiment on the operation of digital television system February 2017 11. Describe the operation of LCD, LED, OLED, 3DTV and Plasma Flat Panel TV receivers. Laboratory Experiment on the operation of different types of Flat panel TV receivers March 2017 RUBRIC FOR ASSESSMENT: CRITERIA EXEMPLARY SATISFACTORY DEVELOPING BEGINNING NON- COMPLIANC E 1 2 3 4 5 88-100% 76-87% 75% 65-74% 0-64% Category 1 The submitted work manifests qualities which go beyond the requirements. The submitted work manifests the required qualities. The submitted work partially manifests the required qualities. The submitted work does not manifests any of the requirements. Category 2 The submitted work manifests qualities which go beyond the requirements. The submitted work manifests the required qualities. The submitted work partially manifests the required qualities. Certain aspects are either incomplete or incorrect GRADING SYSTEM:
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Class Standing : 70% (quizzes, seatwork, assignment, required outputs, attendance and class participation, other requirements as approved by the College/Department) Major Examinations: 30% (Midterm and Final) REFERENCES: 1. Randall,Robert. An Introduction to Acoustics 2. Everest and Pohlmann . Master Handbook of Acoustics 3. Grob, Bernard. Basic Television and Video Systems 4. R.G.Gupta. Audio and Video Systems CLASS POLICIES: Final grade will be determined by the students’ performance on their reports, assignment, final examinations and laboratory experiments. Academic Integrity Cheating, plagiarism and other forms of intellectual dishonesty are absolutely prohibited under the PUP Rules and Regulations. PUP students are covered by this rule. In the vents of infractions, PUP students will be discharge from the College. Prepared by: Engr. Jose U. Untalan Jr. Faculty, Electronics Engineering Department Approved by: Chairperson Date: Engr. Ana Liza R. Publico Dean Engr. Guillermo O. Bernabe
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