B.SC.( INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY)
Introduction to Information theory and applicationsMathematics IIntroduction to Digital electronicsDigital Computer FundamentalsIntroduction to ProgrammingCLASS: B. Sc (Information technology)
Semester - ISUBJECT: Introduction to Information theory and Applications
Lecture 5TW/Tutorial/Practical 3Periods per week 1Period is 50minutesHours MarksTheory Examination 3 100TW/Tutorial/Practical -- 50Evaluation Systemi) Information -Definition, Characteristics & Interpretation, Data & its logical &physical conceptsii) Computers:History of Computers and their classification, Basic Organization,Memory: - Primary RAM, ROM, EPROM etc. Secondary: - Magnetic-Floppy andHard disks. Optical: - CDROM, WORM etc. Concept of Virtual Memory and CacheMemory and why are the needed, Computer Operation:- Instruction Cycle, Programflow of control with and without interrupts, Computer Arithmetic:- Number systemsbinary, Octal, Hexadecimal, Binary Addition, Subtraction and Multiplication, Flotationpoint representation and arithmetic, Arithmetic through stacks, Computer Language:Introduction to computer language, Definition of assembler Compiler and Interpreter,Basic concept of Data Base Management Systems.iv) Communication:-Concept of Analog and Digital Signal , Channel Capacity(Shannon
s Theorem), Transmission Impairments (Attenuation, Dispersion, etc),
Concept of Signal to Noise ratio, Encoding/ Decoding (Concept of Parity bit,Hamming Code), Transmission Media (Twisted Pair, Coaxial Cables, Micro Wave ,Optical Fiber and Satellite), A/D and D/A conversion, Definition and Concept ofModulation, Communication technique- circuit switching, message switching andpacket switching - their advantages and disadvantages.