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Be Electronics Syllabus

Be Electronics Syllabus

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STRUCTURE OFB.E. (ELECTRONICS) 2008 COURSETERM - I
 SUBJECTCODE NAME OF SUBJECT TH PR TUT PP TW OR PR TOTALMARKS404201 ELECTRONICS SYSTEMDESIGN3 1 100 25 125404202 VLSI DESIGN 4 2 100 50 150404203 EMBEDDED SYSTEM 4 2 100 25 25 150404204 ELECTIVE-I 4 2 100 25 50 175404205 ELECTIVE-II 4 100 100404206 PROJECT (PART-1) 2 50 5019 8 1 500 100 50 100 750
Elective –I
1. Advanced Measurement Systems2. Advanced Power electronics3. Biomedical Instrumentation4. Mechatronics
Elective-II
1. Advanced Computer Architecture2. Entrepreneurship and Business Planning3. SOC (System on Chip)4. Robotics and Automation1
 
 
SEM-IELECTRONIC SYSTEM DESIGN (404201)Teaching Scheme Examination SchemeLectures/Week:
3Hrs
Paper:
100 Marks
Tutorial/Week:
1Hrs.
Oral:
25 Marks
Unit 1: Introduction
Stages in product design- Market survey, Product Specifications (Electrical, Mechanical,Environmental), R&D and Engineering Prototypes, Pilot Production Batch,Environmental testing, Documentation, Manufacturing. Electronic ProductsClassification: Consumer, Industrial and Military. Their peculiarities in terms of Cost/performance ratio and Reliability. Case study of a typical Industrial Product.Reliability: Bath tub curve, Measures taken (at Component and Product level and varioussoldering techniques including Surface Mount Technology) to improve reliability.Fundamentals of Communication System Design, criteria for selection of frequency bands, requirements of Voice and Multimedia Applications
Unit 2: Hardware Designs- Analog
Analog Signal Conditioning: Factors affecting choice of Op-Amps in signal conditioningapplications. Need for Instrumentation Amplifiers- Case study. Error budget analysiswith Case study. ADCs: Interpretation of ADC specifications from design view point.Considerations in selecting References (Vref for ADC). DACs: Interpretation of DACspecifications from design view point.
Unit 3: Hardware Design- Digital
Interface examples for LED, HB LED, LCD, Keyboard, Relays (Electromagnetic andSolid State). Microcontrollers: Comparative study of different Microcontroller Architectures, Factors affecting choice of Microcontroller for particular application withCase study of one application. Introduction to buses and protocols used in ElectronicProducts- I2C, SPI.
Unit 4: Software Design and Testing for Electronic Product
Different approaches to development of application software for Electronic Product.Assemblers Factors affecting choice between Assembly language and High levellanguage like C and C++. Documentation practices and templates for above software.Debugging tools and techniques for software- Features of Simulators, ICE, IDE.2
 
Unit 5: PCB Design and EMI/EMC
PCB Design practices for Analog and Mixed signal circuits: Ground Loops, Precisioncircuits, shielding and guarding. PCB Design Practices for High speed digital circuitsSignal integrity and EMC, EMI/EMC testing standards and compliance
Unit 6: Fault Finding and Testing
Analyses- DC/ Operating Point Analysis, AC (Frequency Response), Transient,Sensitivity, Monte Carlo. Debugging/ Fault finding- Features and limitations of AnalogCRO, DSO, Logic Analyzer and Mixed Signal Oscilloscopes in findinghardware/software faults. Environmental Testing: Need for Environmental Testing.Temperature, Humidity, Vibration and Shock tests. Introduction to EMI/EMC testingstandards and compliance.
Text Book
1. Bernhard E. Bürdek, “History,Theory and Practice of Product Design”, Springer Science, 20052. Paul Horowitz, “Art of Electronics”, Cambridge University Press3. Howard Johnson, Martin Graham, “High-speed Digital design- A Handbook of Black Magic”, Prentice Hall Publication4. G. Pahl andW. Beitz J. Feldhusen and K.-H. Grote, “Engineering Design - ASystematic Approach”, Springer,20075. Tim Williams, “EMC for Product Designers”, Elsevier, Fourth edition 2007
Reference Books
1. Jerry C Whitaker, “The Electronics Handbook”, CRC Press, IEEE Press, ISBN 0-8493-8345-52. David Bailey, “Practical Radio Engineering and Telemetry for Industry”, Elsevier,ISBN 07506 580373. Pressman , “Software Engineering - A Practitioner's Approach”4. David Bailey, “Practical Radio Engineering & Telemetry for Industry”, Elsevier, ISBN07506 580375. Domine Leenaerts ,Johan van der Tang , Cicero S. Vaucher , “Circuit Design for RFTransceivers” , Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2003
Tutorials
1. Power supply sizing (Estimation of current requirement)2. Design of SPAN ZERO circuit3. Design of Transducer interface using Whetstone Bridge3

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