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A Computer Based Learning Model for communication engineering courses

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Razavizadeh, S.M. ; Broadcast Eng. Dept., IRIB Univ., Tehran, Iran

A Computer Based Learning Model applicable in communication engineering courses has been presented. Nowadays, communication engineering professors and students, face an increasing number of challenges during their studying process that requires a powerful ability to use a number of software and professional engineering simulators. The two important commercial software: Excel and MATLAB [1], are known to be the best preliminary software because of their availability, user-friendly application, and low cost and minimum hardware requirements which can motivate engineering students to work with professional programs and software packages in the future. This paper shows how a teacher can prepare a simple multipurpose computer based package by means of Excel and MATLAB for sample communication engineering courses.

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Education and e-Learning Innovations (ICEELI), 2012 International Conference on

Date of Conference:

1-3 July 2012