|Name||Fundamentals of Industrial Computer Networks|
|Status||Courses of Free Choice|
|Level and type||Undergraduate Studies, Professional|
|Field of study||Power and Electrical Engineering|
|Faculty||Department of Industrial Electronics and Electrical Technologies|
|Academic staff||Nadežda Kuņicina, Ivars Raņķis, Igors Uteševs|
|Credit points||2.0 (3.0 ECTS)|
Basic notions of telecommunication networks. Architecture of communication networks and features of their application in electrical engineering. Basics of wire and wireless elements. OSI model. Interface devices and network protocols. Architecture of intelligent networks. Knowledge representation. Connection of typical automation elements in a control scheme. Analysis of the models of industrial networks. Computerized control of technologies..
Goals and objectives
of the course in terms
of competences and skills
|Prepare a competitive Electrical engineer, who can actually operate in electrical engineering and automation of manufacturing processes involved in using industrial computer equipment.|
Able to recognize the telecommunications and computer network elements. - Executed, completed, defended 1st lab. work.
Can describe the telecommunications and computer network design principles. - Executed, completed, defended 1st lab. work.
Able to carry out the practical elements of computer typesetting in network. - Executed, completed, defended 1st lab. work.
Able to describe and analyze the two network element interconnection. - Executed, completed, defended 2nd lab. work.
Able to synthesize a new connection and verify its operation on a model. - Executed, completed, defended 3rd lab. work.
Able to assess compliance of the connection. - Executed, completed, defended 3rd lab. work.
|Course prerequisites||General knowledge of computer hardware, EEI211 Computer studies (special course in industrial electronics)|