Laboratories

 

Due to the importance of the applied practical aspect in engineering formation of engineering students, the faculty of Computer, Informatics and Communications Engineering gives great importance to laboratories and practical experiments within its study plan. The practical sessions play an important role in proving the theoretical information of the student, and in giving him a lot of technical expertise, in addition to developing the abilities of analysis, design, and constructing to strengthen his/her experimental skills. The practical sessions also develop a sense of collaborative and cooperative work among students and teamwork culture within one team.

To achieve these goals, the faculty constantly trives to develop and modernize its laboratories steadily and to provide them with latest equipments and techniques necessary to implement the applied aspects of the course.

 

The faculty includes a range of laboratories:

1 . Electrical circuit laboratory to conduct EC1 experiments:
The electrical circuit laboratory focuses on enhancing the theoretical concepts of practical experiments by training students on the use of different measuring devices and circuit building to deepen the theoretical material and to practice on the implementation of the exercises, and reading, analyzing and evaluating results. The experiment includes the concepts of Ohm law, series and parallel circuits, networks, Kirchoff's laws of voltage and currents, thevenin’s theory, superposition principle, and the assembly of some simple circuits manually on the model board. In addition to the simulation on the Internet which enables the student to build DC circuits and then calculate the voltages and currents in it.

Experiment 1 - Identification of units and electrical elements measuring devices.
Experiment 2. Types of electrical elements most commonly used: resistors, capacitors, coils and diodes.
Experiment 3- Capacitor applications.
Experiment 4 Electroplating Method.
Experience 5. Using the Bread Board.

Experiment 6 - Serial and parallel resistors connecting on the board (Bread Board).
Experiment 7 – Resonance circuits: RLC circuit.
Experience 8. Currents and voltages Kirchhoff's Laws .

2. Communication laboratory:
This lab focuses on students' practical application experiences in the courses of analogue communication in accordance with the principles of global communication used in many applications.

The equipments available in the laboratory are manufactured by the global FEEDBACK company, which is integrated with a set of software downloaded on the computers of the laboratory with a manual for each group to conduct experiments in accordance with the laboratory form dedicated to it.

3. Computer laboratories:
The faculty has three computer labs with advanced specifications to suit the requirements of modern software. In each laboratory there are 20 computers that used in practical sessions for all courses related to software and various informatics disciplines

4. Computer Network laboratory:
It includes a number of routers, switches and modems with access points and wireless controllers as well as some accessories necessary for the implementation of tests such as cables and testers and network performance testing tools, and is equipped with modern computers for use in network programming applications, such as network emulator and network packet analyzer and other Software Help.

There are several networking platforms linked together.
This laboratory is used in the practical procedure of computer network courses and their management, network security and network application programming

5. Physics laboratory:
The physics laboratory focuses on connecting and enhancing the theoretical concepts of physics courses (1-2) with  practical experiments by training students to use different measuring devices and circuit building, to deepen the theoretical material and practice how to perform exercises and read, analyze and evaluate results of the following experiments:
Physics 1 course Experiments:

• Measurement units and errors.
• Graphic representation.
• Measure lengths by Vernier caliper.
• Measurement of lengths by micrometer.
• Harmonic vibration motion.
• Simple pendulum.
• Cathodicoscillator and electrical force measurement.
• Magnetic field and magnetic power generated in a coil

• Lens laws (Measurement of focal dimension of lenses)

• Visual elements

Physics 2 courses experiments:
• Electrical elements and symbols,
• Color resistors.
•Ohm's law.
• Balance between thermal capacity and electric power.
• Wheatstone’s Bridge, the seventh experiment.
• Alternating current.
Kirchhoff Law.
• Change of electrical device resistance in response to a passing current.
• Measure an unknown frequency using a cathodic oscillator

6. Logical circuit laboratory:
In this laboratory, practical experiments are carried out as an application to structures designed from several circuits termed gates, which are the cornerstone of any logic circuit and any digital or logical system such as computers, data processing devices, measuring devices and digital communication systems, which contain logical circuits those carry out basic operations.
The following experiment are carried out in this laboratory:
• The logic circuits, and they include the concept of logic gates, circuits, and types of logic gates
• Identification of elements and their symbols, including universal symbols of elements, international units, cm/gram/sec units and a multifunctional measuring device.

•Applications on portal AND

• Applications on portal NOT.
• Applications on portal NOR.
• Applications on portal NAND.
• Applications on portal OR.
• Applications on portal NOR.
• Link portal / Bread Board

 

 

 

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