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Item                         Description                               Kerari    Hag     Halfait   Souk     kht 1
                                                                                Yousif              El
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 D     ELECTRONICS SECTOR

 D.1 Managed Classroom Workstations for IT
D.1.1 Classroom Network Management System

       This shall be PC-based Computer Managed Learning
       Environment (MLE). It must provide a complete,
       integrated suite of utilities that give the
       teacher/instructor the power to manage competency
       based learning activities in any classroom or
       laboratory.

       The Management System Software Package shall be
       designed to supervise and track student activities via;
       an Ethernet network. Optionally, connection and
       tracking shall also be available via an Internet
       connection. The management system software
       package shall be designed to manage, monitor and                                    1
       provide instant “real time” feedback to instructional
       staff based on all laboratory activities carried out in any
       combination of these environments. The student
       workstation software shall provide an integrated
       environment enabling students to logon and work
       through a variety of different teachware formats. All
       functionality of the package shall be accessed through
       an easy to use interface.

       The concurrent user license and the optional Internet
       connection functionality shall be controlled via a
       software key at the management computer. This
       software key shall be updateable remotely.

       A real-time display must show the following information
       for each student:

       • The curriculum module and chapter being worked on
       • The percentage of the current piece of work
       completed
       • The current score
       • The time spent so far on the current task
       • Single-click access to a detailed breakdown showing
       student responses colour coded to highlight those,
       which are incorrect
       • Warning symbols for those students not achieving
       pre-programmed levels of attainment
       • A ‘Quick Graph’ to provide a visual representation of
       the class status                                                                    1

       An optional mimic display shall provide an alternative
       representation of this information in pictorial form. This
       view shall be customizable to fit the needs of the
       individual classroom.

       The system shall allow for all monitoring and
       management functions to be automatic.
       Teacher/Instructor intervention shall not be required for
       the day-to-day running of the classroom/laboratory.

       In addition to the real-time aspects of the Management
       System, the software must also have the following key
       features:




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       • Instant assessment and feedback to students on
       completed work
       • Student problem warnings triggered automatically
       when students fail to meet pre-programmed levels of
       attainment
       • Student problems warnings available to the
       teacher/instructor at all student workstations enabling
       the teacher/instructor to monitor the students while
       ‘roaming’ the classroom
       • Direct message link from the teacher’s/instructor’s
       computer to student workstations enabling individual or
       group messaging
       • Two way tutor to student text chat facility
       • Students can review previously completed work and
       edit responses only at the teacher’s/instructor’s
       discretion – work is automatically locked when handed
       in and must be unlocked by the teacher/instructor
       • Statistical data is collected on student workstation
       activities
       • Comprehensive report printing including Score/Grade
       reports for students and classes, Competency and
       Competency gain profiles for each student and system
       analysis reports

       At the student workstation, the Management System
       client software shall provide the following functionality
       to the student:

       • System Logon by name, student number or
       Built in Reporting Facilities
       The Management System package shall have
       integrated comprehensive reporting capability. A report
       wizard shall guide the user through the process of
       Class, Student, Work and date selection. Reports shall
       be displayed on-screen and be printed in colour. An
       export facility to Microsoft Excel must be available to
       provide additional flexibility for customization.

       All curriculum material supplied to work with the
       management system shall be provided with pre-
       configured reports. These must be able to be
       expanded/customized to the schools own
       requirements.
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       The following functionality shall be common to all
       reports:
       • A calendar style interface shall provide a mechanism
       for setting up named date ranges. These data ranges
       must be able to be applied to all reports.
       • Named grade profiles shall provide mapping between
       percentage scores and grade levels
       • Each grade profile must have up to 20 grade levels.
       Each level shall have a short and long description and
       shall have the option of being color-coded
       • All reports shall be printable
       • Computer graded work will be manually adjustable by
       the teacher/instructor




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        • Class and Student averages and totals (with weighting options):
        The Competence Report facility shall provide the following
        functionality: • Mechanisms for mapping student work through a
        hierarchical structure to learning outcomes • Programmable
        weighting at different levels of the structure • Cross-curricular
        mapping to support Basic Skills and Key Skills type reports • Options
        to use only the most recent work completed. Each teaching module
        shall provide one or more of the following custom-built competence
        report profiles: • An Entry Report based on the student's responses
        to the module pre-tests • An Exit Report based on the student's
        responses to various tests, assessments and activities undertaken
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        during the module, and if present, the post-test • A report indicating
        the students’ competence in the Basic Skills areas. The system shall
        provide Utilization and Attendance reporting functionality: • A
        Utilization log recording each student’s logon time and duration • A
        report summarizing Class/Student/System utilization • Semi-
        automatic Attendance marking • User defined reporting periods. The
        system shall provide analysis reports with the following features: • An
        analysis of module scores and times for a single class or all classes •
        An analysis of chapter scores and times for a single class or all
        Project or Lesson Development: The system shall include tools to
        enable the teacher/instructor to incorporate customized projects or
        lessons into the managed course of study or to modify existing
        content. This facility shall be usable by teachers/instructors without
        programming or computing experience. Materials developed in this
        way will automatically integrate into the tracked learning environment
        of the management system to provide full competency-based
        assessment. System Security: The security of class and student
        records together with the real-time network log screen shall be
        maintained using a series of passwords to be determined by the
        teacher/instructor. Student access to the system is limited to those
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        who have been given identity numbers. Teacher/Instructor utilities
        installed at the student workstation shall be locked to the student via
        a password or key disc. Instructor Station Multitasking: The
        management system shall utilize Microsoft Windows* environment.
        Its multitasking facility must permit the management computer to
        continue running the laboratory network without interruption while the
        Teacher/Instructor prints reports, or accesses further applications.
        Operating System Requirements: The Management System
        Software Package and Student Workstation Client Software shall
D.1.2   Student Response System: This student response system shall
        comprise a specified number of multifunction remote keypads, a
        control remote keypad, a Radio Frequency (RF) base station and a
        computer-based management/lesson module system. Designed for
        use with a single computer and Microsoft PowerPoint ®, the system
        shall be fully portable and be able to turn any space into a computer
        managed learning environment. Remote Response Keypads: The
        keypads shall be ergonomically designed for comfort and ease of
        use. It is important that the user be able to comfortably hold and
        operate the unit for quite substantial periods of time during intensive
        assessment conditions. Each keypad shall incorporate twenty (20)
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        buttons and a multi-function dot matrix liquid crystal display. The
        fifteen (15) data input buttons must include keys 0 through 9, True
        and False, and the symbols: ‘.’ (period), ‘/’ (fraction/division), and ‘-‘
        (dash). Six of these numeric keys shall also be clearly marked with
        the characters ‘A’ through ‘F’. Four (4) control buttons must include
        ‘MENU’, ‘C’ (Clear), and left and right cursor controls. The final
        button must be 'SEND' . The multifunction display shall indicate the
        current status, including: Battery level, Correct/Incorrect indicators,
        the current Question number and the keypad's unique identification




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                                                                                                               Mahali
       Keypads shall be powered via two AA Type batteries. These shall be
       housed behind a secured panel in the rear of the units. It is essential
       that these panels have the facility to be screwed shut to avoid the
       batteries being inadvertently removed. The batteries shall be
       included with the units. It is essential that each keypad can be
       configured to communicate with any compatible RF base station.
       Configuration shall be c+C7arried out by entering the unique base
       station code using the numeric keypad. This setting shall be stored
       within the keypad and shall only need re-entering if using a different
       base station. Control Keypad: This keypad shall be for use by the
       presenter. It shall be a different shape to the remote response
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       keypads and have additional buttons and a larger display. In addition
       to the same twenty (20) keys as the remote response keypads, shall
       have four (4) new buttons. These shall include Up/Down and cursor
       selection buttons and a '?' button. Seven (7) buttons shall have
       multiple functions to support remote control of the PowerPoint ®
       presentation. The presenter shall be able to direct the presentation
       both backwards and forwards in small or large incremental steps
       using the control keypad or choose a particular slide to jump to.
       There shall also be buttons for calling up graphs either on the main
       This keypad shall include an internal rechargeable battery. Current
       battery status shall be indicated on the display. The display shall
       have a backlight for viewing in low light conditions. A power pack for
       recharging this unit shall be supplied.
       RF Base Station. The base station unit shall be capable of identifying
       a response from the remote response keypads at a range of at least
       one hundred (100) feet. As this is a radio frequency device, line-of-
       sight with the keypads shall not be required. This shall allow the
       SRS system to be used in large facilities. The base station shall
       connect to a computer system via a standard USB port. A USB                                     1
       cable shall be supplied with the receiver. The base station unit shall
       incorporate a standard camera mount screw thread underneath that
       will allow the unit to be mounted on a standard tripod (not included).
       The software shall support being installed on multiple computers but
       will function only with base stations supplied with a valid activation
       code. Presentation/Management Software - A specially designed
       lesson builder wizard shall allow the teacher to create dynamic
       presentations using Microsoft PowerPoint ®. The wizard must
       automatically build in the selected question types and links to the
       The lesson builder shall enablesystem. Itto create questions that can
       computer-based management the user shall also allow the user to
       be tracked as paper-based tests are completed, or it shall be used to
       create Microsoft PowerPoint ® presentations with questions. The
       lesson builder shall be able to insert the following question types:
       A,B,C,D,E,F multiple choice questions. True or False questions -
       Yes or No questions - Numeric multiple choice questions -
       Numerical answer questions - Lesson builder must be able to create
       managed assessments from existing PowerPoint ® Presentations. It                                1
       must include the facility to import existing presentations and easily
       add questions, or register existing questions for use with the
       keypads. The software shall enable the grouping of users into
       classes. Users shall be able to log into an assessment or
       presentation singly or in groups.


       Computer-based management software must provide students and
       teachers with real-time feedback and assessment. An integral
       management system shall provide automatic marking of student
       work and printing of reports for individual students or the entire class.
       This software shall be directly compatible with an optional
       competency-based LAN classroom management package (not
       included) that will track individual performance via computer
       presented lessons. This additional package shall use the same
       database as the SRS system and be capable of tracking
       performance objectives and automatically assigning remedial
       instruction.
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       While a lesson is running the software shall be able to provide instant
       feedback to users. The type of feedback shall be selectable by the
       presenter. Users shall be able to see an instant indication of
       CORRECT/INCORRECT response on the screen and/or their
       keypad. Or they shall be able to see that they have answered the
       question. This on-screen display shall be via a feedback bar
       appearing on the bottom of the PowerPoint ® image. This feedback
       bar shall be adjusted in size based upon the number of keypads
       available for use. The presenter shall also be able to set up the
       presentation for timed response. Under these conditions the on-
       screen display shall clearly indicate the timing for each question and




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       The system shall support the display of graphs based on information
       for the current question. The question graphs shall be displayed on
       the control keypad's display for just the presentation controller to
       view, or alternatively on the main presentation screen for all users to
       view. Score graphs based on the total score of all questions
       answered during the current lesson shall be available on the main
       presentation screen. Graphs displayed on the main presentation
       screen shall update in real-time. The system must be able to be used
       with paper-based assessments also. In this case users shall be able
       to work at their own pace. The onscreen display shall indicate to                              1
       each user their individual progress through the assessment and their
       current question number. The software shall support an optional
       'Buzz in' delivery method. In this mode, only the first keypad to
       respond shall be given the opportunity to answer the displayed
       question. This 'challenge' mode shall typically be used in quiz type
       scenarios.



D.1.3 Management System Computer: - Multimedia workstation computer•
       Intel® Core™ 2 Duo E6550processor (2.33GHz, 1333MHz, 4MB
       cache) - Genuine Windows® Vista Home Premium - English - 17"
       Black Wide Flat Panel - 2048MB 667 MHz Dual Channel DDR2
       SDRAM (2x1024) - 320GB (7200rpm) Serial ATA/100 Hard Drive
       with 16MB DataBurst cache - 256MB NVIIDA GeForce 8300GS
       Turbochache graphics card - 16x DVD +/- RW Drive - Quietkey USB
       Keyboard English/Arabic (QWERTY)- USB Optical mouse - Black -                                  1
       Integrated 7.1 Channel High Definition Audio - Stereo Speakers;
       Stereo Headphones - 19-in-1 Media Card Reader, Data/Fax Modem
       with cable, Resource DVD (Diagnostics and Drivers; English
       Documentation (Preferably also in Arabic); MS Office PRO 2007,
       Avira Premium Security Suite for Vista 32 Bit - 3 years.


D.1.4 Electronics Presentations/Assessment Content: The Electronics
       presentation/assessment package shall comprise of a number of
       PowerPoint® theory presentations as described below. Each
       presentation shall cover a single topic, and shall be designed for a
       presenter to use in front of a group. All presentations shall include
       assessment questions that are fully compatible with the Student
       Response System specified above. The theory presentations shall
       be available for use both within the Student Response System and
       as stand-alone presentations that are run from the Windows Start
       menu. Each theory presentation shall be supported by theory support
       material, which shall also be in PowerPoint® format. This shall
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       provide more on-screen information where appropriate, and shall be
       designed for use by individual students or as an instructor’s support
       script for the theory presentation. The package shall include two CD-
       ROMs containing the theory presentations and theory support
       materials. Printed copies of all theory presentations and theory
       support materials shall also be provided. In the case of the theory
       presentations, the printed copy shall also identify the correct answers
       to all assessment questions.

       Presentation content: The package of PowerPoint® theory
       presentations shall include at least the following: Electronic Systems
       • Electronic Systems • Output Sub-systems • Input Sub-Systems •
       Signals • Process Sub-Systems - DC Circuits: • Electrical Safety •
       The Basic DC Circuit • Resistance and Ohms Law • Electrical Power
       and Resistor Color Coding • Series, Parallel and Variable Resistors •                          1
       Kirchhoff's Laws . AC Circuits: • AC Measurements • Capacitor
       Construction • Capacitor Action • Capacitors on AC Supplies •
       Square waves and RC and CR circuits • Inductors on AC Supplies •
       RL, LR and RLC Circuits

       Electromagnetism: • Magnetism and Electromagnetism • The
       Solenoid & Electromagnetic Induction • Transformers • DC Motors
       and Generators • Relays

       Diodes and Transistors: • Semiconductor Theory • Diode
       Characteristics and Applications • Light Emitting Diodes – LEDs •
       Transistor Characteristics • Input Sensors for Transistor Switching •
       Transistor Switching Circuits • Transistor Voltage Amplifiers • Biasing
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       Transistor Voltage Amplifiers • Transistor Amplifier Troubleshooting

       Further Semiconductor Devices: • The Emitter Follower • PNP
       Common Emitter Amplifier • Introduction to MOSFETs • MOSFET
       Applications • Heatsinks • Silicon Controlled Rectifiers • AC applied
       to an SCR • Uni-junction Transistor




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       Amplifier Circuits: • Introduction to Operational Amplifiers • Inverting
       Voltage Amplifiers • Non-Inverting Amplifiers • Buffer Amplifiers •
       Summing Amplifier • Voltage Comparators • Difference Amplifiers •
       Other Op-Amp Parameters • Schmitt Triggers • Ramp Generators •
       Active Filter Circuits • Audio Amplifiers • Push-Pull Current Amplifiers
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       Digital Electronics: • Switch Logic • Logic Functions • Practical Logic
       Systems • Combinational Logic • Boolean Algebra & De Morgan's
       Theorems • Karnaugh Maps • Using Combinational Logic • Exclusive
       OR • Other Digital Devices • The S-R Latch • D-Type Latches


       • Number Systems & Counting with : D-Type Latches • Shift
       Registers using D-Type Latches • J-K Latches
       Further Digital Circuits: • The 555 Monostable • The 555 Astable •
       The NAND Gate Monostable • The NAND Gate Astable • Binary                                      1
       Counters • Binary Coded Decimal (BCD) Counters • 7-Segment
       Displays and Decoders • Multiplexers and Demultiplexers
       • Digital to Analog and Analog to Digital Converters
       Electronic Control Systems: • Control Systems • Microprocessor
       Control Systems • Single Chip Microprocessor Systems • The PIC
       16F84 Microcontroller • Flowcharts • Output Devices • Input Devices
       • Loops and Delays • Arithmetic and Logic Operations
       • Detecting Events

       Further Control Systems: • Guidance on Programming Tasks •
       Introduction to the Applications Module • Further BASIC Commands •
       Artificial Neural Networks                                                                     1
       Telecommunications: • Telecommunications Principles - 1 •
       Telecommunications Principles - 2 • Amplitude Modulation •
       Frequency Modulation • Introduction to Radio Receivers • Basic
       Antennas • Resonance and Tuned Circuits • Introduction to the
       Superhetrodyne Receiver: • Superhetrodyne Receiver - RF Sections



       • Superhetrodyne Receiver - IF and Audio Sections
       • Optoelectronics and Communication - 1
       • Optoelectronics and Communication - 2
       • Optoelectronics and Communication - 3

       Further Telecommunications: • Pulse Modulation - 1 • Pulse                                     1
       Modulation - 2 • Pulse Code Modulation - 1 • Pulse Code Modulation -
       2 • Pulse Code Modulation - 3 • Parallel / Serial Transmission • Serial
       Transmission - 1 • Serial Transmission - 2 • Mobile Communication -
       1 • Mobile Communication - 2
D.1.5 Student Workstations: - Multimedia student workstation computer•
       Intel® Core™ 2 Duo E6550processor (2.33GHz, 1333MHz, 4MB
       cache) - Genuine Windows® Vista Home Premium - English - 17"
       Black Wide Flat Panel - 2048MB 667 MHz Dual Channel DDR2
       SDRAM (2x1024) - 320GB (7200rpm) Serial ATA/100 Hard Drive
       with 16MB DataBurst cache - 256MB NVIIDA GeForce 8300GS
       Turbochache graphics card - 16x DVD +/- RW Drive - Quietkey USB
       Keyboard English/Arabic (QWERTY)- USB Optical Mouse - Black -
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       Integrated 7.1 Channel High Definition Audio - Stereo Speakers;
       Stereo Headphones - 19-in-1 Media Card Reader, Data/Fax Modem
       with cable, Resource DVD (Diagnostics and Drivers; English
       Documentation (Preferably also in Arabic); MS Office PRO 2007,
       Avira Premium Security Suite for Vista 32 Bit - 3 years



 D.2    Consumer Electronics Servicing Course




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D.2.1 Virtual Instrument Platform: This must comprise a compact, self-
         contained electricity/electronics teaching console for use alongside a
         multimedia-equipped PC workstation, and incorporate a range of built-
         in virtual instruments. The unit shall allow the insertion of a wide
         range of analogue and digital circuit boards covering topics ranging
         from simple electrical circuits to microcontrollers, and provide them
         with all the necessary power supplies and signal monitoring facilities.
         These circuit boards shall be presented at a comfortable working
         angle and be retained by a latch mechanism designed for single-
         handed operation. Correct board insertion shall be verified by an
         integral optical bar-code reader.                                                                1

         The unit shall communicate via the serial or USB port with a
         multimedia-equipped PC workstation running a WindowsTM 32-bit
         operating system. The student shall interact with the unit via a range
         of attractive and realistic on-screen virtual instruments. Students
         shall be able to store data captured by the virtual instruments for
         inclusion in their paper-based or electronic workbooks or portfolios.
         The instructor shall be able to monitor and control the virtual
         instruments remotely, and be able to switch faults into the unit via a
         password-protected utility to allow the student to carry out
D.2.1.   Multimeters: Two built-in Virtual Multimeters, each providing: •
         Optically-isolated floating inputs • 2mm socket connections • Digital
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         or Analogue meter display • Auto or Manual range selection • DC
         Voltage ranges 60V, 20V, 2V, 200mV • AC Voltage ranges 30V, 20V,
         2V, 200mV • DC and AC current ranges 2A, 200mA, 20mA, 2mA,
         200µA • True RMS AC measurements • AC frequency range 40Hz to                                    1
         400Hz • Overvoltage and overcurrent protection • Resistance
         ranges 20MΩ, 2MΩ, 200kΩ, 20kΩ, 2kΩ, 200Ω
         • Continuity test with audible indication • Diode junction test • Built-in
         calibration corrections


D.2.1. Oscilloscope: One built-in Virtual Oscilloscope, providing: • Two
       channels at up to 20MHz sampling rate • >1MHz –3db input
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         bandwidth+C13 • 1MΩ // 30pF input impedance • BNC sockets for
         standard x1/x10 probes • 2mm sockets for direct connection to circuit
         boards • DC, AC or GND coupling • Provision for floating
         measurements • Voltage ranges 5mV/div to 20V/div • DC voltage
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         0.5µs/div to 1s/div • Time base Off and X-Y display modes

         on Auto, Channel 1, Channel 2 or External • Edge or level triggering •
         Storage and comparison of waveforms and settings • Built-in
         calibration corrections


D.2.1. Signal Generator: One built-in Virtual Signal Generator, providing: •
       Frequency range 0.2Hz to 2MHz approximately • Sine, square or
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         triangle waveforms • Sine wave distortion 0.2Hz to 2MHz <2.5% •

         Maximum output voltage 6VAC RMS 18V p-p approximately • -20dB
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         approximately) • Built-in calibration corrections


D.2.1. Power Supply Control: One built-in Virtual Power Supply control
       panel, providing: • On-off switching of all power rails • Variable DC
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         supply control from 0V to +12.7V • Built-in calibration corrections


D.2.1. Additional Features: The unit shall include the following features: •
       Correct training board verification by barcode strip • Password-
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         protected switched-fault selection, up to 15 faults per training board •
         Four digital inputs • Two digital outputs • 100kHz I2C interface
         • Built-in power supply providing the following rails: +12V, 1A DC +0V
         to +12.7V, 1A variable DC +5V, 1.5A DC for external use +5V, 1.5A
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         DC for internal use –5V, 50mA DC –12V, 1A DC 12V-COM-12V,
         0.5A AC RMS • Signals and power supplies available on 25-way
         expansion connector • Cable for connection to PC • User-
         upgradeable firmware held in FLASH ROM


D.2.1. Operating Conditions: The unit must operate under the following
       conditions: • Indoor use only • Temperature between 5 *C and 40 *C
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         • Relative humidity up to 80% to 31 *C, 50% at 40 *C • No hoar-frost,
         percolating water, rain, solar radiation etc.




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D.2.1. Weights and Dimensions: The unit must have the following weight
       and dimensions: • Weight 5kg approximately • Dimensions 300mm x                                    1
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        300mm x 330mm approximately
D.2.2   Teachware - Individual Module Topics: (AEP Core Electronics
        Teachware Pack Lab License). The following Study Module teaching
        topics shall also be supplied with the Consumer Electronics
        Servicing System: • Electronic Systems • D.C. Circuits • A.C.
        Circuits • Electromagnetism • Diodes and Transistors • Further
        Semiconductors • Amplifier Circuits • Digital Electronics • Further
        Digital Circuits • Breadboard Component Projects • Breadboard                                     1
        Circuit Projects. Teaching Module Content: shall be a structured
        program providing a fundamental understanding of electronics
        technology. The program will be made up of 15 modules of on-
        screen curriculum making use of a number of hardware resources.


        The program must be able to be supervised and tracked by a
        networked management system. The management system shall be
        able schedule instruction for each individual based upon a pre-
        determined curriculum map, at a pace that is dependent upon their
        performance. The curriculum material must include PowerPoint
        theory presentations to enable the teacher to introduce each new
        topic. Theory support materials must also be included to provide the
        instructor with the necessary background information when preparing
        to deliver the theory presentations. A comprehensive instructor's                                 1
        guide shall provide solutions to student assignments.

        A typical assignment must include: • A theory test • Theory support
        material • Practical activities • Enrichment activity. The following
        curriculum outcomes shall be covered by each module:




D.2.2.1 ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS MODULE
        The topic areas covered by the assignments of this module must
        include: • Electronic Systems • Output Sub-Systems • Input Sub-
        Systems • Signals • Process Sub-Systems

        Students shall carry out practical activities using an electronics circuit                        1
        card and standard electronics test equipment. Where necessary,
        students shall be able to record the results of practical activities on
        laboratory record sheets that are printed from the CAI . material.


D.2.2.2 DC CIRCUITS MODULE
        The topic areas covered by the assignments of this module shall
        include: • The basic DC circuit • Measurement of voltage, current and
        resistance • Resistance • Ohm's law • Power in a resistor • Resistor
        color coding • Series and parallel resistors • Variable resistors •
        Kirchhoff's laws • Resistor network troubleshooting . Students shall                              1
        carry out practical activities using an electronics circuit card and
        standard electronics test equipment. Where necessary, students
        shall be able to record the results of practical activities on laboratory
        record sheets that are printed from the CAI material.


D.2.2.3 AC CIRCUITS MODULE
        The topic areas covered by the assignments of this module shall
        include: • AC measurements • Capacitor charge and discharge •
        Capacitor charge time • Capacitor operation and troubleshooting •
        CR Integrator • Resistors on an AC supply • Kirchhoff's laws with an
        AC supply • Inductors on an AC supply • Capacitors on an AC supply
        • RC, RL and RLC circuits on an AC supply. Students shall carry out                               1
        practical activities using electronics circuit cards and standard
        electronics test equipment. Where necessary, students shall be able
        to record the results of practical activities on laboratory record sheets
        that are printed from the CAI material.




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D.2.2.4 ELECTROMAGNETISM MODULE
        The topic areas covered by the assignments of this module must
        include: • Permanent magnets • Electromagnetism • Electromagnetic
        induction • The solenoid • Transformers • DC motors • Generators •
        Relays                                                                                               1
        Students shall carry out practical activities using an electronics circuit
        card and standard electronics test equipment. Where necessary,
        students shall be able to record the results of practical activities on
        laboratory record sheets that are printed from the CAI material.


D.2.2.5 DIODES AND TRANSISTORS MODULE
        The topic areas covered by the assignments of this module must
        include: • PN junction diode • Half-wave rectifier • Zener diodes •
        Transistors – Testing and Characteristics • The LDR • The
        Thermistor • Transistor switching circuits • Transistor amplifiers •
        Transistor amplifier biasing • Troubleshooting a common-emitter                                      1
        amplifier. Students shall carry out practical activities using electronics
        circuit cards and standard electronics test equipment. Where
        necessary, students shall be able to record the results of practical
        activities on laboratory record sheets that are printed from the CAI
        material.

D.2.2.6 FURTHER SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICES MODULE
        The topic areas covered by the assignments of this module must
        include: • Emitter follower • PNP common-emitter amplifier •
        Complementary NPN/PNP pair • The MOSFET • Heatsinks • The
        SCR • AC appplied to the SCR • UJT oscillator • UJT SCR control
        Students shall carry out practical activities using electronics circuit                              1
        cards and standard electronics test equipment. Where necessary,
        students shall be able to record the results of practical activities on
        laboratory record sheets that are printed from the CAI material.



D.2.2.7 AMPLIFIER CIRCUITS MODULE
        The topic areas covered by the assignments of this module must
        include: • Operational Amplifiers • Inverting Amplifiers • Op-Amp
        voltage follower • Non-inverting amplifier • Summing Amplifier •
        Amplifying AC signals • Current Amplifier • Schmitt Trigger • Active
        Filters • Push-pull circuits.Students shall carry out practical activities                           1
        using electronics circuit cards and standard electronics test
        equipment. Where necessary, students shall be able to record the
        results of practical activities on laboratory record sheets that are
        printed from the CAI material.


D.2.2.8 DIGITAL ELECTRONICS MODULE
        The topic areas covered by the assignments of this module must
        include: • Switch Logic • Diode Logic • Logic gates • TTL • Logic
        gates from NAND gates • EX-OR and EX-NOR gates • Boolean
        Algebra • Karnough Maps • Combinational Logic • Schmitt trigger
        • The S-R Latch • J-K and D-type Flip-flops. Students shall carry out
        practical activities using electronics circuit cards and standard                                    1
        electronics test equipment. Where necessary, students shall be able
        to record the results of practical activities on laboratory record sheets
        that are printed from the CAI material.



D.2.2.9 ADVANCED DIGITAL CIRCUITS MODULE
        The topic areas covered by the assignments of this module must
        include: • 555 monostable circuit • 555 astable circuit • NAND gate
        monostable circuit • NAND gate astable circuit • Binary and BCD
        Counters • 7-segment Display decoder • Multiplexer and
        Demultiplexer • D-A and A-D converters. Students shall carry out                                     1
        practical activities using electronics circuit cards and standard
        electronics test equipment.Where necessary, students shall be able
        to record the results of practical activities on laboratory record sheets
        that are printed from the CAI material.




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D.2.2.10BREADBOARD COMPONENT PROJECTS MODULE
        The topic areas covered by the assignments of this module must
        include: • Breadboarding techniques • Using resistors • Using a
        potentiometer • Using photocells • Using capacitors • Using a
        loudspeaker • Using a diode • Using an SCR • Using and NPN
        transistor • Using a PNP transistor. Students shall carry out practical                          1
        activities using an electronics circuit card and standard electronics
        test equipment. Where necessary, students shall be able to record
        the results of practical activities on laboratory record sheets that are
        printed from the CAI material.


D.2.2.11BREADBOARD CIRCUIT PROJECTS MODULE
        The topic areas covered by the assignments of this module must
        include: • Oscillator circuit • Flashing light circuit • Intruder alarm •
        Automatic light switch • Variable voltage DC supply • Continuity
        tester • Police siren sound effect • Logic probe • Event counter
        • Electronic digital dice. Students shall carry out practical activities
        using an electronics circuit card and standard electronics test
        equipment. Where necessary, students shall be able to record the
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        results of practical activities on laboratory record sheets that are
        printed from the CAI material. Students shall carry out practical
        activities using an electronics circuit card and standard electronics
        test equipment. Where necessary, students shall be able to record
        the results of practical activities on laboratory record sheets that are
        printed from the CAI material.




 D.2.3 Electronic Experiment Boards
        (AEP Core Hardware Pack)

        The following Circuit Panels shall also be supplied with the
        Consumer Electronics Servicing System: • Experiment card master
        board • Fundamental Digital Electronics-2 Experiment Card • Further
        Digital Devices Experiment Card • Operational Amplifier Circuits
        experiment Card • Introduction to DC and AC Circuits Experiment
        Card • Capacitor Applications Experiment Card • Transducers and                                 10
        Transistors Experiment Card • AC Circuits and Bipolar Transistors
        Experiment Card • SCR Applications Experiment Card
        • Breadboard Applications Experiment Card • Amplifier
        Fundamentals Experiment Card • Electronic Systems Experiment
        Card • Magnetic and Electromagnetic Principles Experiment Card.



  D.3 Product Training & Familiarisation
 D.3.1 Professional Development Unit: These are specially designed
        training days based upon the requirements of the client. The training
        for this project shall be: • Preparation of IT Program Guide. •
        Laboratory familiarisation • Software configuration familiarisation.
        • Phase I – Introduction to Program Structure • Phase I – LAN                                    5
        Management and Introduction to Content.• Phase II – Management
        and Content detail.


 D.4. Computer Furniture
        Computer Laboratory Furniture with following features: stows away
        compeltely, suitable for monitor panels up to 19 inches diagonal;
        single button operation, low voltage lift motor,lockable keypad, tilt
        adjustment,cable tidies and management system included; flat                                    10
        working furface infront of monitor, integral computer cradel with
        lockable security; 2 students working together




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