UNIVERSITY OF MUMBAI SCHEME OF INSTRUCTION AND EVALUATION (R2007

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Programme: B.E. Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering, Scheme for Semester VII No. of Periods per week Duration (60 minutes each) of Marks Sr Theory . Subjects Lect PractiTuto- papers Theory Term-work Oral Total N (Hours) ure cal rial o 150 1. Mobile 4 2 3 100 25 25 Communicatio n Systems 150 4 2 3 100 25 25 2. Fundamentals of Microwave Engineering Computer 150 4 2 3 100 25 25 3 Communicatio n Network Discrete Time 150 4 4 2 3 100 25 25 Signal Processing 50 5. Project stage –I 4 25 25 150 6. Elective-VII 4 2 3 100 25 25 Sem Total…. 20 10 4 500 150 150 800 SCHEME FOR OFFERING ELECTIVE TO STUDENTS (Any ONE): BE, VII Semester SEM VII: SEM VII: SEM VII: SEM VII: 1.DATA COMPRESSION AND 2.INTRODUCTION 3.SPEECH 4.ELECTRONIC ENCRYPTION TO VLSI DESIGN PROCESSING PRODUCT DESIGN Scheme forSemester VIII No. of Periods per week (60 minutes each) Sr. No Subjects Lectur Practi- Tutoe cal rial 1.

Advance 150 4 2 100 25 25 Microwave Engineering Optical Fibre 150 2. 4 2 3 100 25 25 Communication Wireless 150 3 4 2 3 100 25 25 Network Project stage-II 150 4. 8 50 100 Elective-VIII 150 5. 4 2 3 100 25 25 Sem Total…. 16 8 8 400 150 200 750 SCHEME FOR OFFERING ELECTIVE TO STUDENTS (Any ONE): BE, VIII Semester SEM VIII: SEM VIII: SEM VIII: SEM VIII: 1. IMAGE PROCESSING 2. SATELLITE 3. TELECOM NETWORK 4. MICROWAVE COMMUNICATION MANAGEMENT INTEGRATED CIRCUITS

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University of Mumbai CLASS: B.E. (Electronics & Telecommunication Semester - VII Engineering) SUBJECT: Mobile Periods per week (Each of 60 min.)

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Contents To study the concept of cellular system, GSM & CDMA mobile communication. Introduction 1] Introduction to wire1ess communication systems 2] The cellular concept: Frequency reuse, channel assignment strategies, handoff strategies, interference and system capacity, trunking and grade of service, improving the capacity of cellular systems. Mobile radio propagation: Large scale path loss Reflection, ground reflection model (2 ray model), diffraction, practical link budget design using path loss models. Small scale fading and multi-path Small-scale multipath propagation, parameter of multi-path channels, types of small scale fading, Rayleigh and Ricean distribution, diversity, RAKE Receiver. Multiple access Technique in Wireless Communications Frequency Division Multiple access, Time Division Multiple access, Spread Spectrum Multiple access, Space Division Multiple access. GSM GSM Network architecture, signaling protocol

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architecture, identifiers, channels, Frame structure, speech coding, authentication and security, call procedure, handoff procedure, services and features. Mobile data networks Data oriented CDPD network, GPRS and higher data rates, SMS in GSM. CDMA digital cellular standard (1S-95): 8 hrs 5 Frequency and channel specifications of IS-95, forward and reverse CDMA channel, packet and frame formats, mobility and radio resource management. IMT-2000 6hrs 6 Forward and reverse channels in W-CDMA and CDMA2000, Hand off and Power control in 3G system. Theory Examination: 1. Question paper will comprise of total 7 questions, each of 20 marks. 2. Only 5 questions need to be solved. 3. Questions will be analytical. 4. Question number 1 will be compulsory and cover all modules. 5. Remaining questions will be mixed in nature. (e.g. - Suppose Q.2 has part (a) from, module 3 then part (b) will be from any module other than module 3.) 6. In the question paper, weightage of each module will be proportional to number of respective lecture hours as mentioned in the syllabus. Oral Examination: Oral examination will be conducted to test the overall understanding of the subject based on the syllabus . Term work: Term work shall consist of minimum Six experiments & tutorials and a written test. The distribution of marks for term work shall be as follows, Laboratory work (Experiments and Journal) : 15 marks. Test (at least one) : 10 marks. The final certification and acceptance of term-work ensures the satisfactory performance of laboratory work and minimum passing in the term-work. Practical list List of Experiments or similar: 1. Simulation program to observe the change in parameters due to change in channel 2. Simulation program using freely downloadable software eg. J2ME, Python 3. Assignments based on Syllabus 3 BE, VII-VIII, E&TC Engineering wef 2010-11

Recommended Books: Text: 1. Wireless Communications - Theodore S. Rappaport, Prentice Hall of India, PTR publication 2. Principles of Wireless Networks-Kaveh Pahlavan, Prashant Krishnamurthy, PHI Reference 1. Wireless communication- Singhal_TMH

University of Mumbai CLASS: B.E. (Electronics & Telecommunication Semester - VII Engineering) SUBJECT: Fundamentals of Microwave Engineering Periods per week Lecture 4 (Each of 60 min.) Practical 2 Tutorial Hours Marks Evaluation System Theory Examination 3 100 Practical examination Oral Examination 25 Term Work 25 150 Total Module Objective Contents This course will help students understand the essentials of microwave design and engineering, besides, active and passive microwave devices and microwave tubes. BASIC CONCEPTS Introduction. Maxwell’s Equations. Constitutive Relations. Static Fields. Wave Equation. Energy and Power. Boundary Conditions. Plane Waves. Dielectric Interface. Reflection from a Conducting Plane. Potential Theory. Solutions for Vector Potential. Lorentz Reciprocity Theorem. TRANSMISSION LINES THEORY AND WAVEGUIDES The Quarter-Wave Transformer. Generator and Load Mismatches. Impedance Matching with Reactive Elements. Single-Stub, Double-Stub, and Triple-Stub Matching. Lossy Transmission Lines. TEM, TE, TM Waves. Parallel-Plate, Rectangular, Circular Waveguides. Coaxial Line. Hours -

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PIN Diodes. MICROWAVE SEMICINDUCTOR DEVICES Point Contact Diodes. Filter Transformations. Coupled Strip Lines. Frequency. Dynamic Range and Intermodulation Distortion. E&TC Engineering wef 2010-11 . Magnetron. MICROWAVE MEASUREMENTS VSWR. Wave Velocity and Dispersion. Noise. IMPATT Diode. Filter Design— Image-Parameter Method. AC Power Relations. Only 5 questions need to be solved. SpaceCharge Waves on Unfocused Beams. 2. Other Microwave Tubes. Attenuation. each of 20 marks. Question paper will comprise of total 7 questions. Coupled Line Filters. Directional Couplers. VII-VIII. Q-Factor. Tunnel Diodes. Spin Diodes. RF Diode. Low Pass-Filer Design. Periodic Structures. RF Transistor. Space-Charge Waves on Beams with Confined Flow. Terminations. Parametric Devices. Phase Shifters. Beam with Axially Confined Flow. MICROWAVE FILTERS Introduction. Detectors and Mixers. Two-Cavity Klystron. Circulators. Heterojunction Bipolar Transistor.Surface Waves on a Grounded Dielectric Slab. Insertion-Loss Method. Impedance. Filter Implementation. 5 BE. Noise in Microwave Circuits. Microstrip Transmission Line. 8hrs 4 6hrs 5 6hrs 6 8hrs 2hrs Theory Examination: 1. Faraday Rotation. Hybrid Junctions. Microwave Propagation in Ferrites. Attenuators. Electron Beams with DC conditions: Ion-Neutralized Beam. Varactor Diodes. 3 ACTIVE AND PASSIVE MICROWAVE DEVICES Diodes. Microwave Transistors. Power. Dielectric Constant. Microwave FET. Filters using Coupled Resonators. Gunn Devices. Reflex Klystron. Brillouin Flow. Microwave Devices Employing Faraday Rotation. Excitation of Cylindrical Cavity. Schottky Barrier Diodes. Velocity Modulation. MICROWAVE TUBES Introduction. Antenna Gain. O-Type and M-Type Traveling Wave Tubes. Power Dividers. Gyrotrons.

Question number 1 will be compulsory and cover all modules. Microwave. 6. Collin.Guru & Hisiroglu Thomson Learning publication 6 BE. 4. Basic Microwave Techniques and laboratory manual. 2. Microwave Devices and circuits .g. Sisodia M. Gupta K.Suppose Q. 5. Microwave Engineering and Applications . Rizzi PHI Publication 3. 7.Samuel Liao PHI Publication 4. Microwave Active Devices. weightage of each module will be proportional to number of respective lecture hours as mentioned in the syllabus.2 has part (a) from. New Age International 7.. E&TC Engineering wef 2010-11 . Electromagnetic Field theory fundamentals . New Age International 5. Measurement of impedance using reflectometer Measurement of Wavelength using reflectometer Measurement of power Measurement of VSWR Recommended Books: Text : 1.P. S. Microwave engineering passive circuits . Test (at least one) : 10 marks. 4. Oral Examination: Oral examination will be conducted to test the overall understanding of the subject based on the syllabus . 3.C. In the question paper. The distribution of marks for term work shall be as follows.) 6. (e. 2nd edi.Peter A. Practical list SUGGESTED LIST OF EXPERIMENTS: 1. Wiley 2. VII-VIII. 3rd edi.L. Wiley Reference 1. G. module 3 then part (b) will be from any module other than module 3.M. The final certification and acceptance of term-work ensures the satisfactory performance of laboratory work and minimum passing in the term-work.3. Questions will be analytical and design oriented. Gandhi Pargamon Press publication 6. Measurement of attenuation by substitution method Measurement of impendence using slotted wave guide Measurement of scattering parameters Measurement of frequency using slotted wave guide. Pozar. Microwave Engineering. Sisodia. Foundation of Microwave Engineering. Remaining questions will be mixed in nature. Laboratory work (Experiments and Journal) : 15 marks. .L.O. Term work: Term work shall consist of minimum six experiments and a written test. Raghuvans Wiley eastern Limited publication 8. 5.. 8.

stop and wait ARQ. Communication networks and services: Network functions and network topology. Various protocols involved in modeling the network. basic queuing theory and delay analysis will be studied. end to end versus hop by hop. statistical multiplexing. unified view of layers. point to point protocol. Local area networks: Multiple access communications.University of Mumbai CLASS: B. gobackN ARO. data link controls. transmission efficiency of ARQ protocols. E&TC Engineering wef 2010-11 . (Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering) SUBJECT: Computer Communication Networks Periods per week Lecture (Each of 60 min. overview of TCP/IP architecture. the concept of LAN designing and various routing techniques will be studied.VII 4 2 Hours 3 Marks 100 25 25 150 Hours - Module Objective Contents Students will learn the concept of computer networking. packet switching.E. local area networks (LAN) structure. circuit switching and cell switching. Peer to peer protocols: Peer to peer protocols and service models. VII-VIII. reliable stream service. the medium 1 7hrs 2 7hrs 3 9hrs 7 BE. ARQ protocols. TCP/IP. HDLC data link control. end to end requirements and adaptation functions. TCP/IP protocol. sliding windows flow control.) Practical Tutorial Evaluation System Theory Examination Practical examination Oral Examination Term Work Total Semester . basics of message switching. . service models. protocols and services. selective repeat ARO. timing recovery for synchronous services.Application and layered architectures the OSI reference model.

IP packet. TCP protocol. LAN switches. reservation systems. TCP Reliable stream service. distance vector multicast routing protocol. IP fragmentation and reassembly. repeaters and hubs. Dijkstra's algorithm. reverse address resolution. shortest path algorithms. connectionless packet switching. link state versus distance vector routing. routing algorithm classification. slotted ALOHA.4 5 6 access control sub layer. subnet mask. other routing approaches. Transmission Control Protocol (TCP). routing information protocols. routing in packet networks. virtual circuit packet switching. polling. Packet switching networks: Network services and internal network operation. User Date gram Protocol (UDP). reverse path multicasting. Delay and loss Performance in network Delay analysis Arrival rates and traffic load definition Lintel’s formula Basic queuing models : Arrival processes. LAN bridges. border gateway protocol. the Bellman-ford algorithm. average 9hrs 10hrs 8hrs 8 BE. multicast routing. hierarchical routing. internet group management protocol. IEEE 802. mixes media bridges. E&TC Engineering wef 2010-11 . the logical link control layer. open shortest path first protocol. mobile IP IPv6. Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP). reverse path broadcasting. CSMA CSMACD. ICMP. source routing bridges. scheduling approaches to medium access control. IP addressing. transparent bridges. ALOHA. internet routing protocols. routing tables. token passing rings.3 standards for 10M bps and 1000 Mbps LANs. address resolution. VII-VIII. comparison of random access and scheduling medium access controls. effect of scale on performance. packet network topology. classless inter domain routing (CIDR). random access. TCP operation. service time queuing system clarification M/M/I queue and basic multiplexer model M/M/I state probabilities and notion of stability. TCP/IP: The Internet Protocol (IP). spanning tree algorithm.

2. module 3 then part (b) will be from any module other than module 3. weightage of each module will be proportional to number of respective lecture hours as mentioned in the syllabus. Advanced Computer Networks. 2nd edition. . service time variability and delay M/M/I system. Practical list Suggested LIST OF EXPERIMENTS 1. D. The final certification and acceptance of term-work ensures the satisfactory performance of laboratory work and minimum passing in the term-work. VII-VIII. E&TC Engineering wef 2010-11 . 4.Suppose Q. Study of the network components 2. Question paper will comprise of total 7 questions. Erlang formulas and M/M/c/e system priority queuing system.) 5. Only 5 questions need to be solved.placket delay Via network. Laboratory work (Experiments and Journal) : 15 marks.2 has part (a) from. Study of routing technique 4. Term work: Term work shall consist of minimum five experiments & 3 tutorials and a written test. The distribution of marks for term work shall be as follows. (e.Ambawade. Question number 1 will be compulsory and cover all modules. 3. Theory Examination: 1. Osi layer implementation 3. each of 20 marks.g. To implement header checksum of tcp/ip 7. TCP/IP protocol suite. The M/G/I model. Test (at least one) : 10 marks. Remaining questions will be mixed in nature. In the question paper. Study of lan wan designing 6. Study of etheral software Recommended Books: 1. Implementation of dikshtras alogorothim for shortest path routing 5. Behrouz A Forouzan 3. Oral Examination: Oral examination will be conducted to test the overall understanding of the subject based on the syllabus . Dreamtech 9 BE. Communication networks by Leon Garcia and Indra Widjaja 2nd edition 2.

FIR Differentiator. (Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering) SUBJECT: Discrete Time Signal Processing Periods per week Lecture (Each of 60 min. DIT FFT. Optimum equiripple Linear phase FIR. Phase Distortion and delay.University of Mumbai CLASS: B.) Practical Tutorial Evaluation System Theory Examination Practical examination Oral Examination Term Work Total Semester . Split radix FFT Linear filtering and correlation using FFT. digital resonators. DFT and its Properties. high pass and Band pass filters. minimum. IFFT.Window method. all pass systems. Chirp-Z Transform Finite Impulse Response (FIR) Filter Design. VII-VIII. DIF FFT. E&TC Engineering wef 2010-11 .VII 4 2 Hours 3 Marks 100 25 25 150 Hours - Module Objective Contents To develop a thorough understanding of the central elements of discrete Time signal processing theory and the ability to apply this theory to real-world signal processing applications. notch filter. Finite word length effect in FIR digital filters.E. Computation of DFT Radix-2. FIR Filter Design. Linear filtering based on DFT. Radix-4 Fast Fourier Transform. Linear phase filters. maximum and mixed phase systems. Filtering of Long data sequences. Low pass. Frequency sampling method. symmetric and antisymmetric filters. Frequency 1 4 hrs 6 hrs 2 11 hrs 3 6 hrs 10 BE. Transform analysis of LTI system Frequency response of LTI systems. Frequency analysis of signals using DFT. digital sinusoidal oscillators. Goertzel Algorithm. all pass filters. causal generalized linear phase systems (pole zero plots). comb filter.

Question paper will comprise of total 7 questions. module 3 then part (b) will be from any module other than module 3. Realization Structures for IIR Filters – Direct form structures. Application examples in TelecommunicationTouch tone generation and reception for digital Telephones.) 6. 11 BE. Matched Z. Digital telephony: Dual tone multifrequency detection using Goertzel algorithm.Transformation. Questions will be analytical and design oriented. Polyphase implementation of interpolators. Clock recovery for data communication Multi rate Signal Processing 10 hrs 5 Sampling rate reduction: decimation by integer factors. Remaining questions will be mixed in nature. . Sample rate conversion using poly phase filter structure. Bilinear Transformation method. 5. E&TC Engineering wef 2010-11 . Cascade. Structures for Linear phase FIR filters. Frequency Transformation. sampling rate conversion by non integer factors. Adaptive television echo cancellation.Transform Method. VII-VIII. Filter Banks. In the question paper. Only 5 questions need to be solved. Multistage approach to sampling rate conversion. weightage of each module will be proportional to number of respective lecture hours as mentioned in the syllabus. Cascade and parallel realization structures for higher order structures. Lattice Ladder structure. Realization Structures for FIR filtersDirect form structure. 4. Finite wordlength effects in IIR Filters. Lattice Ladder structure. 3.Suppose Q. Set top box for digital television reception. Sampling rate increase: interpolation by integer factors. Band Pass and band reject filters. Question number 1 will be compulsory and cover all modules.Impulse invariant method. Applications of Multirate signal Processing.2 has part (a) from. Frequency Sampling Structure. Subband coding of speech signals.g. (e. Applications to Radar Theory Examination: 1. each of 20 marks.Low pass to High pass. Butterworth filter.Interfacing of Digital Systems with different Sampling rates. 2. Telecommunications applications of DTSP 3hrs 6 Digital Cellular mobile telephony. Infinite Impulse Response Filter Design 8 hrs 4 Design of IIR Filters.

ECG signal. Gnanapriya. New Age International 12 BE. Term work: Term work shall consist of minimum six experiments & 2 tutorials and a written test. G. Oppenheim. VII-VIII. Tata McGraw Hill 4) Digital Signal Processing . A. Padmanabhan K. Second Edition. Oxford University Press 6) A Practical Approach to Digital Signal Processing. Pearson Education Reference 1) Discrete Time Signal Processing by Salivahnan. Proakis. Shailaja Apte. speech signal. Jervis. Ronald Schafer. 2nd edi. Barrie W. D.g. E&TC Engineering wef 2010-11 . Wiley India 3) Fundamentals of Digital Signal Processing using MATLAB. S. Test (at least one) : 10 marks. Adapted by Subrata Bhattacharya. Emmanuel C. music signal etc. K. Cengage Learning 4) Digital Signal Processing. Principles. Tata McGraw Hill Publication 2001 5) Digital Signal Processing by Chen. Mc Graw Hill 2) Digital Signal Processing. Suggested List of Simulations (MATLAB or C/C++ or Labview) 1) Magnitude and Phase response of a system 2) Spectral Analysis using DFT 3) Fast Fourier Transform 4) IIR Filter Design 5) Realization of IIR Filters 6) FIR Filter Design using Window technique 7) FIR filter design using Frequency sampling structure 8) Decimator & Interpolator 9) Decimation by polyphase decomposition 10) Applications of signal processing operation to practical one dimensional signal e. C. Recommended Books: Text 1) Discrete Time signal Processing by Alan V. A Practical Approach. The final certification and acceptance of term-work ensures the satisfactory performance of laboratory work and minimum passing in the term-work. Manolakis. Mitra. Monson Hayes. Vallavaraj. Ifeachor. algorithms and applications . Sandra Harris. Laboratory work (Experiments and Journal) : 15 marks. D. Sharma. The distribution of marks for term work shall be as follows.Robert Schilling.. Pearson Education 2) Digital Signal Processing.J. Pearson Education 3) Shaum Outlines.Oral Examination: Oral examination will be conducted to test the overall understanding of the subject based on the syllabus .

• • • • The students of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering are expected to build a project by designing an engineering solution to the any of the following: • Improvise existing technology BE. Detailed description Purpose: • • Engineering Project is a technical mandatory course. VII-VIII.da sillva. Cengage Learning Publication B. etc.Diniz . Enhancing employability through the evidence of independent work. The project course challenges the student to explore wide range of topics and opportunities for innovation. library. staff.I Term work: 25 marks Project Hour: 4 Hrs/week Oral Exam.7) 8) Digital signal processing :system analysis and design . : 25 marks Total marks=50 marks Note: One faculty will not guide more than 3 projects in a semester. Introducing the concept of professional literature and Gaining experience in writing a technical document. creative skills by developing novel engineering solutions and communication skills presenting their end application. Netto Cambridge university press Digital Signal Processing. E&TC Engineering wef 2010-11 13 . Project is the conclusive effort of independent work in the span of two semesters. laboratory. E. Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering semester VII Subject – Project . all necessary to be a successful engineer. Rationale: Project allows the student to work independently to put the knowledge of Electronics and Telecommunication engineering theory into practice. Responsibility is placed on the student to apply learning from various engineering courses and to seek out and make the best use of the available resources in terms of faculty. Ashok Ambardar. This course is an opportunity for students to further develop the managerial skills while working in a team. For every group allotted to faculty the load is considered as 1 Hour per group (Internal/ External Project) per week. be specified in time table of the faculty. Each group will not have more than 4 students.

development. this includes: Gathering Information: A review of the state of the art should be 14 BE. Elsevier or similar. VII-VIII. Note: Topics are given for student reference and students can explore beyond the topics specified under the guidance of project guide Guidelines: • Students should work under the guidance of any faculty member from the department. also supervise students.• • • Real life concerns to improve basic transport/healthcare/pollution/population/security/utility services . Wiley Interscience. Group members should not be more than four Project is expected to be completed by end of VIII semester At the end of VII semester. To complete the project. In general. E&TC Engineering wef 2010-11 . Industry/ research Institute’s supervisor (Qualified) may. A faculty member must officially supervise all projects. students should describe a mathematical model. under the direction of a faculty member.water. design. electricity. gas. o Procurement of Software/ Hardware needed for Installation/ Testing of projects in VIII semester o Corrective steps to be taken if any o o o • • • • • Students are expected to adopt systematic approach towards project completion o Each project should follow the scientific method and should apply the problem-solving approaches studied in earlier courses. simulate. of repute. A faculty member is always responsible for the grading of every project. students should submit synopsis summarizing the work done in VII semester. housing etc Develop mathematical models to facilitate analysis and verifying the same Build dedicated or support applications for space/ military/medical commercial/telephone/industrial/ scientific. communication etc /infrastructure. Springer. drainage. implementation or small research project in an area of specialization. The objective of this activity is to achieve the following Introduction/need/scope of the project Clarity on the status of project and plan of action for VIII semester Accumulation of the literature survey done (No un-authentic URL): The literature survey should be through standard Text book. References. Other publications of journals like-IEEE.

) Practical 2 Tutorial Hours Marks Evaluation System Theory Examination 3 100 Practical examination Oral Examination 25 Term Work 25 150 Total 15 BE. Target/ Guide’s Remark) Term work Term work should consist of the above mentioned activities which shall be evaluated and shall carry a weightage of 25 marks.made using the published literature as well as textbooks and student reports from previous projects if available. University of Mumbai CLASS: B. availability of equipment. ability to procure materials. o Regular Meetings: Students must meet regularly (weekly-4Hrs in VII Semester and 8 Hrs in VIII Semester) with the project guide. VII-VIII. (Electronics & Telecommunication Semester – VII Elective Engineering) SUBJECT: Data Compression and Encryption Periods per week Lecture 4 (Each of 60 min. Oral Examination The oral examination shall be conducted on the basis of presentation given by the students and shall carry a weightage of 25 marks. (Log-book will contain in table format: Date/ Activity/ outcome/ comment on outcome/ Resources utilized/ Next meeting date. o Proper Planning: Students must define the project goals and must organize a logical sequence of steps to achieve these goals. etc. Be sure to use standard nomenclature and work in the SI system of units.E. This will vary depending on the project. E&TC Engineering wef 2010-11 . o Professional Record Keeping: Proper records are essential and are typically kept in a log book with all details of activity noted.

CONVENTIONAL ENCRYPTION Introduction. Arithmetic coding and dictionary techniquesLZW. introduction to international data encryption algorithm and key distribution. Hours - 1 6hrs 2 3 8hrs 10hrs 4 8hrs 5 8hrs 6 8hrs 16 BE. Secure Electronic Payment System. AUDIO COMPRESSION Digital Audio. antivirus techniques. Elliptic curve cryptology. frequency domain coding. triple DES with two three keys. Types of attacks. DPCM and ADPCM audio compression. S-box design. format of compressed data. Chinese remainder theorem. firewall design. digital Immune systems. E&TC Engineering wef 2010-11 . Worms. Diffie-Hellman Key Exchange. family algorithms. JPEG. Block Cipher Principle. Data Encryption Standard. Certificate based & Biometric authentication. JPEG 2000. Digital signatures. Huffmann coding. message authentification and Hash functions. Viruses. VII-VIII.Module Objective Contents The objective of this course is to introduce to the students the fundamentals of data compression. PUBLIC KEY ENCRYPTION AND NUMBER THEORY Euler’s theorems. gray codes. SYSTEM SECURITY & CASE STUDIES Intruders. Entropy measures of performance and Quality measures. Lossy sound compression. RSA algorithm. Video compression and MPEG industry standard. Hash and Mac algorithms. MPEG audio standard. Predictive Techniques PCM and DPCM. Steganography. M-law and A-law companding. data encryption and data security TEXT COMPRESSION Shannon Fano Coding. IMAGE AND VIDEO COMPRESSION Loss less techniques of image compression. Two dimensional image transforms. Principles of public key cryptography.

3. McGraw-Hill. The distribution of marks for term work shall be as follows. 2nd Edition 2. Question number 1 will be compulsory and cover all modules. Reference Books: 1. . Morgan Kaufmann Series. each of 20 marks.2 has part (a) from. Cryptography and Network Security – William Stallings. Term work: Term work shall consist of minimum five experiments & 3 tutorials and a written test. Cryptography and Network Security – Behrouz Forouzan.Suppose Q. Publication. Tata McGraw Hill. 3rd Edition 3. module 3 then part (b) will be from any module other than module 3. (e. Recommended Books: Text Books 1. The final certification and acceptance of term-work ensures the satisfactory performance of laboratory work and minimum passing in the term-work. 4th Edition. Oral Examination: Oral examination will be conducted to test the overall understanding of the subject based on the syllabus . 4. Test (at least one) : 10 marks. Remaining questions will be mixed in nature. 2nd Edition 17 BE. Springer Publication. 4. Only 5 questions need to be solved.The Data Compression Book – Mark Nelson. Data Compression – David Salomon .g. Cryptography & Network Security – Atul Kahate. Pearson Education Asia Publication. E&TC Engineering wef 2010-11 . 1st Edition.) 5. Introduction to Data Compression – Khalid Sayood. In the question paper. 2. VII-VIII. John Willey & Sons Inc. BPB publication. 2nd Edition 3. Applied Cryptography – Bruce Schnerer. 2. Question paper will comprise of total 7 questions. weightage of each module will be proportional to number of respective lecture hours as mentioned in the syllabus.Theory Examination: 1. Laboratory work (Experiments and Journal) : 15 marks. 5th Edition.

University of Mumbai CLASS: B. (Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering) SUBJECT: Introduction to VLSI Design Periods per week Lecture (Each of 60 min. Design of CMOS logic gate using Transmission Gates. their fabrication and design of VLSI building blocks using VLSI CAD tools. MOSFET parasitic. delay. Layout design rules. Layout of Inverter and TG. representation of CMOS logic gates. I-V characteristics. diffusing. Physics of semiconductors. (Noise Margins. (Only qualitative treatment is expected). Threshold voltage. etching. 6hrs 12hrs 18 BE. Students opting for this course are expected to have understanding Analog and Digital Integrated Circuits Overview of VLSI design flow. MOSFET transistors. metallization and etc. Modeling of MOS transistors in SPICE. photolithography. Design of CMOS inverter for given performance specifications. (TG) Introduction to various processes involved in the fabrication of CMOS Integrated Circuits like oxidation. ion implantation. DC and transient response of CMOS Inverter. power dissipation and area). E&TC Engineering wef 2010-11 .E. VII-VIII. Layout and Stick diagrams. Fabrication of MOSFET and CMOS Inverter using above processes.) Practical Tutorial Evaluation System Theory Examination Practical examination Oral Examination Term Work Total Semester – VII Elective 4 2 Hours 3 Marks 100 25 25 150 Hours - Module Objective Pre-requisite 1 2 Contents The objective of the course is to introduce the students with basics concepts of VLSI devices.

6 System design using Hardware description 6hrs language (HDL) like VHDL or verilog. (e. module 3 then part (b) will be from any module other than module 3. each of 20 marks. Domino Logic . 4. 6hrs 5 Clocked flip-flop. weightage of each module will be proportional to number of respective lecture hours as mentioned in the syllabus. 2. Only 5 questions need to be solved. 5. 19 BE. System design considerations. In the question paper. Low power Design considerations. Practical list Tentative Practical list is given below. Interconnected Scaling. 3 Oral Examination: Oral examination will be conducted to test the overall understanding of the subject based on the syllabus .2 has part (a) from. Pipelined systems. Power dissipation and consumption. Crosstalk. CMOS clock styles. Remaining questions will be mixed in nature. Introduction to Charge Storage Nodes. however concern teacher is free to design and conduct any other experiments based on the syllabus. Theory Examination: 1. 6hrs 4 Large scale physical design. NORA Logic Design of Memory elements like SRAM. VII-VIII. . Dynamic Logic .g. carry look ahead adders. Question paper will comprise of total 7 questions. ROM and Programmable logic arrays. DRAM. high speed adders and multipliers.) 6. Questions will be analytical and design oriented. 3.Suppose Q. Question number 1 will be compulsory and cover all modules.12hrs Design of Arithmetic CMOS circuits like bit adder circuits. Clock generation and distribution. Floor planning & Routing. The final certification and acceptance of term-work ensures the satisfactory performance of laboratory work and minimum passing in the term-work. Test (at least one) : 10 marks. E&TC Engineering wef 2010-11 . Interconnected Delay Modeling. I/P & O/P Circuit. ripple carry adders. Laboratory work (Experiments and Journal) : 15 marks. Term work: Term work shall consist of minimum six experiments and a written test. The distribution of marks for term work shall be as follows.

4. Uyemura. Kamran Eshragain 4.1 . 5. Cambridge University Press 6. Digital integrated Circuits A design perspective. Principles of CMOS VLSI Design.E Weste. Neil H. CMOS digital Integrated Circuits Analysis and Design. 7. Electrical engineering series 2. Physical layout of a TG based 1-bit full adder. Wiley Publication 5. 3. Design of adder/multiplier using VHDL/Verilog 8. P. VLSI Design and Technology. 2002.Fundamentals of Modern VLSI Devices by Yuan Taur. Physical layout of a D flip-flop. Design of Sequential Circuit using VHDL/Verilog Recommended Books: Text 1. John Wiley & Sons. Yusuf Leblebici.N. Reference 1. layout and simulation. 6. 2 . Design and simulation of transistor level CMOS circuits. Jacbob Baker. (Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering) SUBJECT: SPEECH PROCESSING Periods per week Lecture (Each of 60 min. Bose D. Introduction to VLSI Circuits and Systems. CMOS ckt design. VII-VIII. McGraw hill international Editions.) Practical Tutorial Evaluation System Theory Examination Practical examination Oral Examination Term Work Total Semester – VII Elective 4 2 Hours 3 Marks 100 25 25 150 20 BE. R. Design and simulation of a TG based 1-bit full adder. PHI Pvt Ltd (Prentice Hall of India Pvt Ltd) 3.Timing and functional analysis of a 1-bit full adder.. E&TC Engineering wef 2010-11 . Physical layout of inverter and TG. New Age International University of Mumbai CLASS: B. Sung-Mo Kang.E. Jan M abaey.

format and pitch estimation.Module Objective Contents To introduce the characteristics of Speech signals and the related time and frequency domain methods for speech analysis Hours - 1 NATURE OF SPEECH SIGNALS Speech production mechanism. VII-VIII. pitch extraction. Zero crossings.synthesis systems. E&TC Engineering wef 2010-11 . Applications of speech processing Speech recognition. Speech signal processing: purpose of speech processing. Analysis . Speech synthesis and speaker verification. Questions will be analytical. LINEAR PREDICTIVE CODING OF SPEECH Formulation of linear prediction problem in time domain. pitch estimation. nature of speech signal. Format extraction. methods for extracting the parameters. 2. 4. Only 5 questions need to be solved. TIME DOMAIN METHODS FOR SPEECH PROCESSING Time domain parameters of speech. 9hrs 5 9hrs Theory Examination: 1. 9hrs 2 9hrs 9hrs 3 FREQUENCY DOMAIN SPEECH PROCESSING METHODS FOR 4 Short time Fourier analysis. Question paper will comprise of total 7 questions. Interpretation of linear prediction in auto correlation and spectral domains. 3. Question number 1 will be compulsory and cover all modules. Auto correlation function. sounds. models of speech production. 21 BE. HOMOMORPHIC SPEECH ANALYSIS Central analysis of speech. Digital processing of speech signals. solution of normal equations. filter bank analysis. each of 20 marks. digital models for speech signal. spectrographic analysis. Classification of speech.

Wiley 22 BE. R. Owens. 2nd Edition A. VII-VIII.g. Prentice Hall. module 3 then part (b) will be from any module other than module 3. “Digital processing of speech signals”. Proakis J. The final certification and acceptance of term-work ensures the satisfactory performance of laboratory work and minimum passing in the term-work.R. Test (at least one) : 10 marks. References 1. Remaining questions will be mixed in nature. F. and Schafer R..2 has part (a) from. and Hanson J. Macmillan. Digital Speech: Coding for Low Bit Rate Communication Systems. 2. Kondoz . Laboratory work (Experiments and Journal) : 15 marks. 4. Deller J.Applied speech and Audio Processing with MATLAB examples. Macmillan. (e. Ian McLoughlin Cambridge University Press 2009.E. Recommended Books: TEXTBOOK : Rabiner L.) 6. Term work: Term work shall consist of minimum five experiments & 3 tutorials and a written test. In the question paper. The distribution of marks for term work shall be as follows. “Discrete-Time Processing of Speech Signals”. “Signal Processing of Speech”.H.5.. 3. Oral Examination: Oral examination will be conducted to test the overall understanding of the subject based on the syllabus . 1978.Suppose Q. weightage of each module will be proportional to number of respective lecture hours as mentioned in the syllabus. M. E&TC Engineering wef 2010-11 . .J.G. 1993.

E&TC Engineering wef 2010-11 .University of Mumbai CLASS: B. Redundancy. Packaging & storage Estimating power supply requirement (Power supply sizing). An overview of product development & product assessment. Measurement of noise Grounding. Ergonomic & aesthetic design considerations.E. Pilot production batch.) Practical Tutorial Evaluation System Theory Examination Practical examination Oral Examination Term Work Total Semester – VII Elective 4 2 Hours 3 Marks 100 25 25 150 Hours - Module Objective Contents To cover product design & development stages and total coverage of product assessment by introducing the basics of reliability and quality of electronic product and then discusses the various modes and causes of failure. Power supply protection devices Noise consideration of a typical system. (Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering) SUBJECT: ELECTRONIC PRODUCT DESIGN Periods per week Lecture (Each of 60 min. Product Design and development Introduction. Failsafe system. Concept of availability. Environmental effects on reliability. Screening test . VII-VIII. Shielding and Guarding Enclosure sizing & supply requirements & materials for enclosure and tests carried out on enclosure Thermal management and its types 1 12hrs 23 BE. Noise in electronic circuit.

PCB sizes. IC reliability issues. Supply & ground conductors Multilayer boards Component assembly & testing of assembled PCB. Tests for multilayer PCB Cable 12hrs 3 Hardware design and testing methods Logic analyzer. DSO trigger modes Examples using MSO Signal integrity issues Use & limitations of different types of analysis Monte Carlo analysis 6hrs 24 BE. Solderability testing Study of packages for discrete devices & ICs. VII-VIII. Bare board testing. SMD assemblies Board layout check list. E&TC Engineering wef 2010-11 . Design automation Soldering techniques.2 PCB designing Layout. Computer aided design . Layout – General rules & parameters. Design rules for digital circuit PCB & analog circuit PCBs Noise generation. Component assembly techniques Automation & computers in PCB design. High speed PCB design and points to be considered for designing the high speed PCBs Mounting in presence of vibration. Recommendations for decoupling & bypassing. its architecture & operation and Use of logic analyzer Spectrum analyzer Network analyzer. Oscilloscope . Parasitic elements Calculations of parasitic elements in high speed PCB.

.Specifying laminate grade. Production test specification. E&TC Engineering wef 2010-11 . Tests carried out on the enclosures Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) with respect to compliance. Compilers design Simulators.a case study for real circuit.A case study.bill of materials. Instrument specifications 6hrs 6 Documentation PCB documentation. VII-VIII. drilling details. Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) testing . gold. solder. Interconnection diagram. hot air leveling. silver plating. Understanding advantages and limitations of each Product documentation.Tin.4 Software design and testing methods Introduction Phases of software design & Goals of software design Methods of program flow representation Structured program construct Testing & debugging of program Software design Finite state machine Decision to use assembly & / or high level language for software development Assembler Compilers. Environmental test chambers & rooms. PCB finish. CPU Simulators 6hrs 5 Emulators Product testing Environmental testing for product. Front and rear panel diagrams for selected product 6hrs 25 BE. Conducted emission test (time domain methods). and bare board testing. Radiated emission test Basics on standard used.

Laboratory work (Experiments and Journal) : 15 marks.Instruction or operating manual. Wiley India Reference 1. Remaining questions will be mixed in nature. New Age International 26 BE. module 3 then part (b) will be from any module other than module 3. Principles of Reliable Soldering Techniques. New York) 3. Oral Examination: Oral examination will be conducted to test the overall understanding of the subject based on the syllabus .g.) 6. In the question paper. Question number 1 will be compulsory and cover all modules. UK) 5. Printed Circuit Board design and technology – Walter C Bosshart Tata McGraw –Hill-CEDT 2.B. Test (at least one) : 10 marks. R.Manuals. . Electronics Engineers reference book 5th Edition – Edited by F. Mazda Butterworths Publication Co.For C programmes. Loveday (Ah wheeler Publication. Clark (Van Nostrand Reinhold Company. (e.Kaduskar. 4.Baru. weightage of each module will be proportional to number of respective lecture hours as mentioned in the syllabus. Term work: Term work shall consist of minimum four experiments & 3 tutorials and a written test. Fault finding tree Software documentation practices. Question paper will comprise of total 7 questions. E&TC Engineering wef 2010-11 . Only 5 questions need to be solved. Service and Maintenance manual. Sengupta R. 2. 5. Recommended Books: Text 1. Electronic testing and fault diagnosis –G. VII-VIII. each of 20 marks. Assembly programmes with particular focus on development of programme by several engineers simultaneously. Questions will be analytical and design oriented.. India) 4. 3.G.2 has part (a) from. Handbook of Printed Circuit manufacturing – Raymond H. V.C.F. The distribution of marks for term work shall be as follows.. The final certification and acceptance of term-work ensures the satisfactory performance of laboratory work and minimum passing in the term-work. Electronic Product Design.Suppose Q. Theory Examination: 1.

of Periods per week (60 minutes each) Sr.papers Theory Term-work Oral Total N (Hours) ure cal rial o 150 1. VII Semester SEM VII: SEM VII: SEM VII: SEM VII: 1. of Periods per week Duration (60 minutes each) of Marks Sr Theory .UNIVERSITY OF MUMBAI SCHEME OF INSTRUCTION AND EVALUATION (R2007) Programme: B. Fundamentals of Microwave Engineering Computer 150 4 2 3 100 25 25 3 Communicatio n Network Discrete Time 150 4 4 2 3 100 25 25 Signal Processing 50 5. 16 8 8 400 150 200 750 SCHEME FOR OFFERING ELECTIVE TO STUDENTS (Any ONE): BE. 8 50 100 Elective-VIII 150 5.INTRODUCTION 3. SATELLITE 3. Subjects Lect PractiTuto.DATA COMPRESSION AND 2. Advance 150 4 2 100 25 25 Microwave Engineering Optical Fibre 150 2. VIII Semester SEM VIII: SEM VIII: SEM VIII: SEM VIII: 1.ELECTRONIC ENCRYPTION TO VLSI DESIGN PROCESSING PRODUCT DESIGN Scheme for Semester VIII No. MICROWAVE COMMUNICATION MANAGEMENT INTEGRATED CIRCUITS Duration of Theory papers (Hours) 3 Marks Theory Term-work Oral Total 27 BE. 20 10 4 500 150 150 800 SCHEME FOR OFFERING ELECTIVE TO STUDENTS (Any ONE): BE. Elective-VII 4 2 3 100 25 25 Sem Total….Tutoe cal rial 1. IMAGE PROCESSING 2.SPEECH 4. 4 2 3 100 25 25 Sem Total…. E&TC Engineering wef 2010-11 . Scheme for Semester VII No. No Subjects Lectur Practi. 4 2 3 100 25 25 Communication Wireless 150 3 4 2 3 100 25 25 Network Project stage-II 150 4. VII-VIII. Mobile 4 2 3 100 25 25 Communicatio n Systems 150 4 2 3 100 25 25 2. Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering. TELECOM NETWORK 4. Project stage –I 4 25 25 150 6.E.

AND LARGE-SIGNAL AMPLIFIER DESIGN Introduction. Noise Two-Port Description. Power Gains. VII-VIII. Voltage Gains and Current Gains.VIII Lecture 4 Practical 2 Tutorial Theory Examination Practical examination Oral Examination Term Work Total Contents This course will help students understand the basic principles and advanced applications of Microwave Engineering. Hours 3 Marks 100 25 25 150 Hours - Evaluation System Module Objective 1 2 3 TWO-PORT NETWORKS Two-Port Parameters. Low-Noise and High-Power Amplifier Design. 6hrs 8hrs 8hrs 28 BE.E. Determination of Noise Parameters. Stability. Derivation of Transducer Power Gain.University of Mumbai CLASS: B. Calculation of Noise Properties of Bipolar and FETs. SMALL. Low-Noise. Maximum Available Gain and Unilateral Gain. Noise Figure of Cascaded Networks. Noise Figure Test Equipment. as well as different amplifier design. Single-Stage Amplifier Design— High Gain. Twisted-Wire Pair Lines.) Semester . Differential S-Parameters. E&TC Engineering wef 2010-11 . High-Power. Three Ports. NOISE IN LINEAR TWO-PORT Signal-to-Noise Ratio. The GaAs FET Noise Model. Noise Figure Measurements. Noise Circuits. S-Parameters. and mixers. Bipolar Transistor Noise Model in T Configuration. oscillators design. (Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering) SUBJECT: Advanced Microwave Engineering Periods per week (Each of 60 min. Influence of External Parasitic Elements. Noise Correlation in Linear Two-Ports using Correlation Matrices. SParameters from Spice Analysis. Noise Parameters and Noise Correlation Matrix.

4 5 6 Broadband. 3. Series of Parallel Resonance. Validation Circuits. Multistage. Compressed Smith Chart. Device Modeling and Characteristics. Design Examples for Best Phase Noise and Good Output Power. balanced FET mixer 8hrs 10hrs 6hrs Theory Examination: 1. MICROWAVE MIXER DESIGN Introduction. CAD Solution for Calculating Phase Noise in Oscillators. Power Amplifier Stability.9-GHz PCS and 2. Diode mixer theory. FET Mixer Theory. Multimeter-Wave Amplifiers. Analytic Approach to Optimum Oscillator Design using S Parameters. Single-Stage Power Amplifier Design. Two-Port Oscillator Design. Oscillator Design using Nonlinear CAD Tools. Power Distributed Amplifiers. and Double-Balanced Mixers. Oscillator Q and Output Power. Optimum Loading. Single-Balanced. Distributed and Matrix. Stability Analysis and Limitations. E&TC Engineering wef 2010-11 . Question paper will comprise of total 7 questions. Only 5 questions need to be solved. 29 BE. Resonators. FET mixer theory. 4. each of 20 marks. Class of Operation. Multistage Design. Noise in Oscillators: Linear Approach. OSCILLATOR DESIGN Introduction. Design of an Oscillator using Large Single Y Parameters. Design Examples of 1. Cascode. Mixer Noise. balanced mixer. Using Modern CAD Tools. Balanced FET Mixers. Feedback. Amplifier Linearization Methods. single diode mixer. Diode Mixer Theory. Special Mixer Circuits. Example for Large Single Design Based on Bessel Functions. 2. POWER AMPLIFIER DESIGN Introduction. Question number 1 will be compulsory and cover all modules. VII-VIII. Single-Diode. Negative Resistance from Transistor Model.1-GHz WCDMA Amplifiers. Analytical Approach for Designing Efficient Microwave FET and Bipolar Oscillators. Frequency Multipliers. Nonlinear Active Models for Oscillators. Microwave Oscillator Performance. Questions will be analytical and design oriented.

VII-VIII. Anthony M. Radio Frequency and Microwave Electronics . Recommended Books: 1. The final certification and acceptance of term-work ensures the satisfactory performance of laboratory work and minimum passing in the term-work.2 has part (a) from. Pavio & Ulrich L. Laboratory work (Experiments and Journal) : 15 marks.) Semester . Term work: Term work shall consist of minimum four experiments & four tutorials and a written test. Radmanesh Pearson Education Asia publication University of Mumbai CLASS: B. Test (at least one) : 10 marks. weightage of each module will be proportional to number of respective lecture hours as mentioned in the syllabus. The distribution of marks for term work shall be as follows.Matthew M.5. Rehde John Wiley & Sons publication 2. (Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering) SUBJECT: Optical Fibre Communication Periods per week (Each of 60 min.E.Suppose Q.VIII Lecture 4 Practical 2 Tutorial Theory Examination Practical examination Oral Examination Term Work Total Contents To understand the concept of transmission through Optical Fibre. Oral Examination: Oral examination will be conducted to test the overall understanding of the subject based on the syllabus . Remaining questions will be mixed in nature.) 6. E&TC Engineering wef 2010-11 . .George D. Microwave Circuit Design . (e. Hours 3 Marks 100 25 25 150 Hours - Evaluation System Module Objective 30 BE. Vendelin. In the question paper.g. module 3 then part (b) will be from any module other than module 3.

Fiber Optics Technology: Fiber materials. single mode and multimode fibers. electromagnetic mode theory propagation. digital systems. 3. analog systems. Remaining questions will be mixed in nature. mode coupling.1 Overview Of Optical Fiber Communications: Communication system applications in the electromagnetic spectrum. n time photo detector noise. their characteristics modulation circuits.homodyne and heterodyne detection. 8hrs 4 Optical Sources and Detectors: Related semiconductor physics. dispersion. elements of or fiber transmission link. OTDR. fiber fabrication. E&TC Engineering wef 2010-11 . rise time budget. Receiver capacitance. laser diodes. couplers. receiver structures. Question paper will comprise of total 7 questions. Only 5 questions need to be solved.2 has part (a) from. refractive index profile. 8hrs 5 Optical Receiver Operation: Noise. coherent systems. numerical aperture diameter. Light Propagation in Optical Fiber: Filter types. 2. 5. 4. module 3 then part (b) will be from any module other than module 3. splices.g. ray theory transmission. bit rate and bandwidths. Questions will be analytical and design oriented.Suppose Q. responsively.) 3 31 BE. connectors. light emitting diodes. Question number 1 will be compulsory and cover all modules. multiplexing. fiber optic cables. advantages of optical fiber communication. linearly polarized models. pre-amplifiers. (e. optical detection principles. . each of 20 marks. PIN and Avalanche photodiodes. 8hrs 2 8hrs 8hrs Signal Degradation in Optical Fibers: Alternation. VII-VIII. 8hrs 6 Optical Fiber Systems: Link power budget. quantum efficiency. Optical Fiber Measurements: Measurement of attenuation. rays and modes. Theory Examination: 1. dispersion.

. VII-VIII. Optical Fiber Communication .Gred Keiser Mc. Test (at least one) : 10 marks. 7. Agrawal. 2. Pal B. Fundamentals of Fibre Optics in Telecommunication and sensor System.Oxford University Press 6. In the question paper. 5. Practical list 1. 6. Optical Fiber Communication . Penram International Publishing 32 BE. Rajappa Papannareddy. Lightwave Communication Systems: A Practical Perspective.Graw Hill Publication Reference Books: 1. 3rd edi. Analog fiber optic system Digital fiber optic system Measurement aperture of numerical Measurement of attenuation Measurement of pulse spreading Multiplexing in fiber optic system Light source characteristics Measurements using OTDR Recommended Books: Text Books: 1. Subartkar.P. Wiley 5.John Senior Prentice Hall of India Publication. Term work: Term work shall consist of minimum six experiments and a written test.Djafar K. Fibre optics and Optoelectronics by Khare. 2. 4. New Age International 4. Laboratory work (Experiments and Journal) : 15 marks. T. Scheiner 2. Mynbarv. 3.6. E&TC Engineering wef 2010-11 . Fiber Optic Communication . Srinivas Tata McGraw Hill Publication 3. 8. The final certification and acceptance of term-work ensures the satisfactory performance of laboratory work and minimum passing in the term-work.Selvarajan. Oral Examination: Oral examination will be conducted to test the overall understanding of the subject based on the syllabus . Optical Fiber Communication . weightage of each module will be proportional to number of respective lecture hours as mentioned in the syllabus. Lowell L. The distribution of marks for term work shall be as follows. Fiber Optic Communication.

Planning and Design of Wide Area Wireless Networks Introduction . Radio Design for a Cellular Network.VIII Lecture 4 Practical 2 Tutorial Theory Examination Practical examination Oral Examination Term Work Total Contents To understand the concept of wireless WAN. E&TC Engineering wef 2010-11 .) Semester . (Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering) SUBJECT: WIRELESS NETWORK Periods per week (Each of 60 min. UMTS Bearer Service. UMTS Terrestrial Radio Access Network Overview . 8hrs 8hrs 8hrs 33 BE. Hours 3 Marks 100 25 25 150 Hours - Evaluation System Module Objective 1 2 3 Wide Area Wireless Networks (WANs) – GSM Evolution Introduction.University of Mumbai CLASS: B. ThirdGeneration (3G) Wireless Systems UMTS Network Reference Architecture.Technical Differences between cdma2000 and WCDMA. Channel Structure in UMTS Terrestrial Radio Access Network.HSDPA. VII-VIII.E. Forward Link Physical Channels of cdma2000 . Reverse Link Physical Channels of cdma2000 Evolution of cdmaOne (IS-95) to cdma2000. Wide Area Wireless Networks (WANs) – CDMA One Evolution Introduction.UMTS Core Network Architecture. WAP and different IEEE standards. GSM evolution for data. Adaptive Multi-Rate Codec for UMTS. cdma2000 Layering Structure. Receiver Sensitivity and Link Budget .Forward Link Features. Planning and Design of a Wireless Network.

Question paper will comprise of total 7 questions. Bluetooth Security.Suppose Q. IEEE 802.g. WAP and Bluetooth Wireless Personal Area Networks (WPAN): Low Rate (LR) and High Rate (HR) Wireless Sensor Network.) 6. VII-VIII. Theory Examination: 1. 2.15. IEEE 802. The WAP Programming Model . WLAN Technologies.15.2 has part (a) from.World Interoperability for MicroAccess. (WiMAX). Bluetooth Link Types. In the question paper. 6hrs 6 Wireless Local Area Networks (WLANs) WLAN Equipment . ZigBee Technology. 10hrs 5 Wireless Personal Area Network – Bluetooth Introduction. Network Connection Establishment in Bluetooth. WAP and the World Wide Web (WWW) . 4 Oral Examination: Oral examination will be conducted to test the overall understanding of the subject based on the syllabus . . The Wireless Personal Area Network . Bluetooth Protocol Stack. Introduction to Wireless Application Protocol . module 3 then part (b) will be from any module other than module 3. Bluetooth (IEEE 802.11 WLAN Joining an Existing Basic Service Set. WLAN Topologies. WAP Advantages and Disadvantages . Only 5 questions need to be solved.1). 5. Questions will be analytical and design oriented.8hrs Wireless Application Protocol (WAP) Introduction. Bluetooth Applications. imode. Inc. 34 BE.11n .16 .15. Remaining questions will be mixed in nature. Usage of Wireless Sensor Networks. IEEE 802. each of 20 marks. Question number 1 will be compulsory and cover all modules. IEEE 802. Network Topology in Bluetooth. weightage of each module will be proportional to number of respective lecture hours as mentioned in the syllabus. 3. Applications of WAP. Sensor Network Protocol Stack. 4.3a — Ultra WideBand. IEEE 802. Radio Frequency Identification. Definitions of the Terms Used in Bluetooth. E&TC Engineering wef 2010-11 . Wireless Sensor Network Model. (e.WAP Architecture .4 LR-WPAN Device Architecture. Bluetooth Usage Models. imode versus WAP.

E. Wireless Communication_Singal_TMH Reference Books 1. including 35 BE. The distribution of marks for term work shall be as follows. Next Generation Wireless Systems and Networks: Hsiao – Hwa Chen. Wireless and Mobile Networks-Concepts and protocols: Dr Sunilkumar S. Essentials of UMTS: Christopher Cox—Cambridge B. Detailed description In continuation to the efforts taken towards building the project in VII semester. Wireless communication and Networking-Vijay Garg. Kakkasageri-. 2. VII-VIII. ELSEVIER Inc. E&TC Engineering wef 2010-11 . be specified in the time table of faculty. Recommended Books: Text: 1. during VIII semester. For every group allotted to faculty the load is considered as 2 Hour per group (Internal/ External Project) per week. Laboratory work (Experiments and Journal) : 15 marks.Wiley 3. Test (at least one) : 10 marks. Mahabaleshwar S. students are expected to complete their project idea and meet the set goals and compile the project report. Mohsen Guizani – Wiley 2. Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering Fourth Year Semester VIII Subject – Project -II Term work: 50 marks Oral / Practical/ Presentation / Demonstration examination: 100 marks Total marks= 150 marks Note: One faculty will not guide more than 3 projects in a semester. FINAL PROJECT REPORT Your guide will give you specific instructions as to the expected content of your final report.Term work: Term work shall consist of minimum Six experiments & tutorials and a written test. The report should cover the progress that has been made. Manvi. The final certification and acceptance of term-work ensures the satisfactory performance of laboratory work and minimum passing in the term-work. Project Hour: 8 Hrs/week Rationale: Project allows the student to work independently to put the knowledge of Electronics and Telecommunication engineering theory into practice.

E&TC Engineering wef 2010-11 . purchased materials. and a statement of conclusions and recommendations (if applicable). creativity and initiative. Achievement in each of these areas is critical to a successful project. Creativity & Effort (40%): This portion of the evaluation reflects the student's performance. PROJECT MARKING SCHEME A project used to assign marks in three general categories. organization. Project Report Outline The hard-bound report will contain following details: • Title • Certificate • Acknowledgement (if any) • Table of Contents • List of Figures • Abstract • Introduction • Literature Survey • Mathematical Modeling/ Analysis and Design • Implementation • Result and Discussion • Conclusion and Future Scope • Reference • Appendix (optional) Term work Term work shall consist of the above mentioned activities which shall be evaluated and shall carry a weight-age of 50 marks. the clarity of communication and the analytical content. Oral Examination The oral examination shall be conducted on the basis of presentation/ practical / 36 BE. as explained below. with emphasis on effort. Details of theory. sources and suppliers etc..results obtained. must be included. Student Organization. it is always extremely important to set goals at the start of a project and work toward these goals. Final Report Quality & Content (40%): This is an evaluation of the quality of the final report based on the report format. Project Goals & Achievements (20%): Guide will evaluate both the difficulty of the goals and whether the goals were achieved. Your report must be sufficiently complete that a student continuing your project would benefit from your report and would not be required to duplicate any of your work. In some cases. design drawings. VII-VIII. computer programs. The project goals should be set in collaboration with the guide and an effort should be made to establish a realistic scope for the project. experimental data. Although projects will differ. it may become apparent as the project progresses that the original goals need to be adjusted and a modified set of goals must be set. graphical data.

Haar Transform. 10 hrs 37 BE. Basic relationships between pixels. (Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering) SUBJECT: Digital Image Processing Periods per week Lecture (Each of 60 min.Cover the basic theory and algorithms that are widely used in digital image processing . Hotelling Transform. Sampling and Quantization. Slant Transform. Walsh Transform. 10 hrs 3 Image Enhancement Spatial Domain Methods.Expose students to current technologies and issues that are specific to image processing systems .demonstration given by the students and shall carry a weightage of 100 marks.) Practical Tutorial Evaluation System Theory Examination Practical examination Oral Examination Term Work Total Semester – VIII Elective 4 2 Hours 3 Marks 100 25 25 150 Hours - Module Objectiv e Contents The objectives of this course are to: . Hadamard Transform.Develop hands-on experience in using computers to process images. Digital Image fundamentals Digital Image Representation. Point Processing. . Discrete Cosine Transform. E&TC Engineering wef 2010-11 .E. University of Mumbai CLASS: B. Elements of digital Image processing systems. 1 4 hrs 2 Image Transforms 2D DFT and its properties. Elements of Visual Perception. VII-VIII.

Optimum). 3. 5 Image Segmentation Image segmentation based on discontinuities(Point. Frequency domain filters. Image compression model.Suppose Q. Questions will be analytical and design oriented. Only 5 questions need to be solved.2 has part (a) from. 4 Image Compression Fundamentals. each of 20 marks. Error Criteria.g. 4. Local. Line & Edge detection). 5. Redundancy. Lossy and lossless compression techniques.Neighbourhood Processing. . 2. Oral Examination: Oral examination will be conducted to test the overall understanding of the subject based on the syllabus . weightage of each module will be proportional to number of respective lecture hours as mentioned in the syllabus. Edge Linking. 38 BE. spatial domain filtering. Enhancement based on Histogram modeling. Thresholding (Global. Region based Segmentation 6 Image Restoration Model of Image degradation and Restoration Process. Question number 1 will be compulsory and cover all modules. Modeling the degradation function. Term work: Term work shall consist of minimum eight experiments from the suggested List such that all the modules are covered & 2 tutorials and a written test. Spatial Filtering. Image compression standards. (e. Enhancement in Frequency domain. The distribution of marks for term work shall be as follows. E&TC Engineering wef 2010-11 . Information Theory for Image compression. module 3 then part (b) will be from any module other than module 3. Inverse Filtering. Question paper will comprise of total 7 questions. Remaining questions will be mixed in nature.) 6. Zooming. Generation of spatial mask from frequency domain. In the question paper. VII-VIII. Wiener Filtering 4 hrs 10 hrs 10 hrs Theory Examination: 1. Noise models. Frequency Domain Filtering.

Homomorphic Filtering 8. 4. Practical list 1. E&TC Engineering wef 2010-11 .By Anil K.By R. Spatial and Tonal Resolution 2. Forward and Inverse Transform. (Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering) SUBJECT: Satellite Communications Periods per week Lecture (Each of 60 min. Translation 3. R. Histogram Equalization 5. Fundamentals of Image Processing.Milan Sonka. VII-VIII. Viciav Hivac. Test (at least one) : 10 marks. Pratt.E. Digital Image Processing. Impulse Noise removal 11.Thomson Learning Publication 2. Lowpass. Scaling. Roger Boyle.Pearson Education 2. Frequency Domain Filtering (Butterworth filter) 7. Image Thresholding 10. Image Rotation. 3rd edi. Compression codes 9.) Practical Tutorial Evaluation System Theory Examination Practical examination Oral Examination Term Work Total Semester – VIII Elective 4 2 Hours 3 Marks 100 25 25 150 39 BE. Gonzales. High Boost) 6. The final certification and acceptance of term-work ensures the satisfactory performance of laboratory work and minimum passing in the term-work.Laboratory work (Experiments) : 15 marks. Spatial Domain filtering (High Pass. Woods. Comparing Inverse Transform with Image data. Wiley India University of Mumbai CLASS: B. Digital Image Processing. Image Processing Analysis and Machine vision. Prentice Hall of India Publication Reference 1. Gaussian Noise removal Recommended Books: Text 1. Jain.

cross polarization discrimination. polarization of satellite signals. launching of geostationary satellites. rain depolarization. basic satellite system. Satellite Antenna: Antenna basics. inclined orbits. ice depolarization. lifetime and reliability. 8hrs 40 BE. antenna look angles. antenna polarization. transmission losses. design considerations. link power budget equation. aperture antennas. 10hrs 4 Link Design: Introduction. atmospheric losses. parabolic reflectors. double relflector antenna shaped reflector systems. antenna mount. E&TC Engineering wef 2010-11 . Satellite Orbits: Introduction. system design considerations. space segment cost estimates. applications. spacecraft sub systems. of satellite Hours - 1 Introduction: General background. carrier to noise ratio for uplink and downlink. spacecraft mass and power estimations. VII-VIII. intermodulation noise. ionospheric effects. laws governing satellite motion. 6hrs 3 Communication Satellites: Introduction. rain attenuation. frequency allocations for satellite services. sun-synchronous orbit. Earth eclipse of satellite. 8hrs 2 Wave Propagation and Polarization: Introduction. other impairments. ionospheric depolarization. limits of visibility. offset feed.Module Objective Contents To understand the concept launching and its operations. system noise. combined uplink and downlink carrier to noise ratio.

. The distribution of marks for term work shall be as follows. 2. design considerations. Varsha Agrawal. VII-VIII. 3.K. 2.Suppose Q. Only 5 questions need to be solved. 41 BE. 6hrs 6 Multiple Access Techniques: Introduction.2nd edition Mc Millan publication. CDMA. In the question paper. Questions will be analytical. Question number 1 will be compulsory and cover all modules.) 6.M. Remaining questions will be mixed in nature. FDMA. Test (at least one) : 10 marks. Wiley India Satellite Communications . 4.5 Earth Stations: Introduction. each of 20 marks. John Wiley 1. Recommended Books: Text Books: Satellite Communication. Satellite Communication. module 3 then part (b) will be from any module other than module 3. Oral Examination: Oral examination will be conducted to test the overall understanding of the subject based on the syllabus .Maini. Term work: Term work shall consist of minimum six experiments & 3 tutorials and a written test. A.g. Laboratory work (Experiments and Journal) : 15 marks. 5. Pratt T. Question paper will comprise of total 7 questions. 2.2 has part (a) from. Satellite Communications systems . weightage of each module will be proportional to number of respective lecture hours as mentioned in the syllabus. Mc-Graw Hill publicatio Reference 1.Dennis Roddy .3rd edition. Richharia . TDMA. (e. general configuration and characteristics. The final certification and acceptance of term-work ensures the satisfactory performance of laboratory work and minimum passing in the term-work. operation in a multiple beam environment. E&TC Engineering wef 2010-11 . FDMA/DMA. multiple access examples 8hrs Theory Examination: 1.

security management. information model abstract syntax notation 1 (ASN. 8hrs 42 BE. network management model. semi formal and formal notations.University of Mumbai CLASS: B. management service. common management. polity based management. 1 Foundations: Network management standards.) Practical 2 Tutorial Hours Marks Evaluation System Theory Examination 3 100 Practical examination Oral Examination 25 Term Work 25 150 Total Module Contents Hours Objective To understand the concept of Telecom network management. capturing the requirements. Telecommunication management network (TMN) architecture: Terminology. functional model. organization model. physical architecture. VII-VIII. (Electronics & Telecommunication Semester – VIII Engineering) Elective SUBJECT: Telecommunication Network Management Periods per week Lecture 4 (Each of 60 min. encoding structure. architecture and protocol. E&TC Engineering wef 2010-11 8hrs 2 . report management. accounting management.E. functional architecture. information architecture. TNN cube. Network management application functional requirements: Configuration management. TMN and OSI . Error correlation technology. simple and formal approaches. community definitions. performance management. service level management. macros. fault management.1).

Question number 1 will be compulsory and cover all modules. SNMP models. compatibility with SNMPv1. interfaces. MIB security. architecture. applications. management information base (MIB) Simple network management protocol 8hrs 5 (SNMP): SNMPv1: managed networks. structure of management information (SMI). ADSL configuration management. service definitions. 4. Network management examples: 8hrs 6 ATM integrated local management interface.2 has part (a) from. RMQN1 and RMON2. . ATM digital exchange interface management.M3. M4. errors. managed object class definition. digita1 subscriber loop (DSL) and asymmetric DSL (ADSL) technologies. management platform case studies: OPENVIEW. M2. In the question paper.Common management information service 8hrs element (CMISE): CMISE model. major changes in SNMPv2. Theory Examination: 1.Suppose Q. association services. organization model. weightage of each module will be proportional to number of respective lecture hours as mentioned in the syllabus. common management information protocol (CMIP) specification. E&TC Engineering wef 2010-11 . ATM MIB. SNMPv2 protocol. VII-VIII. structure of management information. each of 20 marks. module 3 then part (b) will be from any module other than module 3. ALMAP. Question paper will comprise of total 7 questions. object oriented modeling paradigm. synchronization. (e.) 5. remote monitoring (RMON) SMI and MIB. information model.g. M1. Information Modeling for TMN: 8hrs 4 Rationale for information modeling. Only 5 questions need to be solved. 3. SNMPv2 communication model. functional units. Remaining questions will be mixed in nature. management information model. network management system. 2. MIB. 3 43 BE. SNMPv3. performance management Network management tools: Network statistics management. scooping and filtering features. functional model.

Prentice Hall of India Reference Books: 1.Telecommunication Network Management: Technologies and Implementations . Term work: Term work shall consist of minimum six experiments & tutorials and a written test. Recommended Books: Text Books: 1. 2.E.Graw Hill Professional Publication University of Mumbai CLASS: B.) Practical Tutorial Evaluation System Theory Examination Practical examination Oral Examination Term Work Total Semester – VIII Elective 4 2 Hours 3 Marks 100 25 25 150 44 BE. Addison Wesley. VII-VIII.Lakshmi Raman IEEE Communication Society. Telecommunication Network Management . Plevyak Thomas. (Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering) SUBJECT: Microwave Integrated Circuits Periods per week Lecture (Each of 60 min.Mani Subramanian. Laboratory work (Experiments and Journal) : 15 marks. E&TC Engineering wef 2010-11 . The distribution of marks for term work shall be as follows. The final certification and acceptance of term-work ensures the satisfactory performance of laboratory work and minimum passing in the term-work.Oral Examination: Oral examination will be conducted to test the overall understanding of the subject based on the syllabus . Fundamentals of Telecommunication Network Management .Airdarous Salah. Pearson Education Asia publication. Network Management: Principles and Practice . Prentice Hall of India Edition 1999 3. Test (at least one) : 10 marks.Haojin Wang Mc.

coupled line parameter variations with frequency. symmetric T junction. substrate structure. full wave analysis of micro strip propagation. resistor stabilization. comparison with conventional circuits. thick film hybrid circuits. Hybrid MICs : Definition. thin film hybrid circuits. gate metal. dielectric and air bridge vias. Lange coupler coupled line 9hrs 45 BE. coupled line parameters. quasistatic approximations. LSE and LSM potentials. mask making. step changes in width. photolithography. artwork. characteristics. Green's functions. dispersion analysis. spectral domain analysis. Hours - 1 9hrs 2 Monolithic MICs: Definition.Module Objective Contents To understand the integration of microwave devices in the form of IC. micro strip open circuits and gaps. doping by ion implantation ohmic contact. fields of application and limitations and criteria for the choice of substrate material. sawing. dielectric second level metal. 9hrs 3 Micro strip Lines: Planar wave guides. micro strip characteristic impedance. dispersion relation for open micro strip. metal resistive layers. dispersion relation for open micro strip. VII-VIII. directional couplings. 9hrs 4 Coupled Line Propagation: Wave equations for coupled lines. spectral domain impedance analysis. line impedance definitions. micro strip corners. quasi-static line parameters. substrate vias. propagation models. millimeter wave modeling of micro strip lines. wire bonding. spectral domain impedance analysis. final wafer process steps. brazing process. E&TC Engineering wef 2010-11 . nonTEM propagation.

Term work: Term work shall consist of minimum six tutorials and a written test. low pass filtel design assuming Oe =0o. design consideration. weightage of each module will be proportional to number of respective lecture hours as mentioned in the syllabus. Oral Examination: Oral examination will be conducted to test the overall understanding of the subject based on the syllabus . transitions and applications. Theory Examination: 1. 3. E&TC Engineering wef 2010-11 . HEMT. 4. 9hrs 46 BE. The distribution of marks for term work shall be as follows. In the question paper. Remaining questions will be mixed in nature. design considerations and coplanar line circuits. Devices: GaAs FET. each of 20 marks. suspended substrate strip lined filters. . narrow band filter using coupled resonator. coupled line pair operated as a two port assuming Oe = 0o. narrow band coupled line filters. gunn diode. coupled line pair analysed to a two port Oe not equal to 0o. module 3 then part (b) will be from any module other than module 3. Question number 1 will be compulsory and cover all modules. suspended substrate strip line filter design using method 1 and method 2. 5 Slot Lines: Analysis.pair treated as a four port. 2. 5. VII-VIII. (e. The final certification and acceptance of term-work ensures the satisfactory performance of laboratory work and minimum passing in the term-work.) 6.g. Test (at least one) : 10 marks. PIN diodes YIC resonators. Only 5 questions need to be solved. Questions will be analytical . Laboratory work (Experiments and Journal) : 15 marks. Question paper will comprise of total 7 questions. Coplanar Waveguide: Analysis.Suppose Q. varactor diodes.2 has part (a) from. dielectric resonators & their application in oscillator mixer and amplifiers.

3. Bahl . MIIC Design: GaAs FETs and HEMTs. Gargand I.J. Schrader. Prentice Hall PTR. R.C. New Jersey 2. Gupta. Microstrip Circuit Analysis . Edwards.Allen Sweet. House.David H.Reinmut K Hoffman. Handbook of Microwave Integrated Circuits. E&TC Engineering wef 2010-11 . Artech House. Artech 2. 47 BE. VII-VIII. Artech House.Peter Ladbrooke .John Wiley and Sons Reference Books: 1.Recommended Books: Text Books: 1. Microstrip lines and Slot lines. MIC and MMIC Amplifier and Oscillator Circuit Design.Artech House. Foundations for Microstr!p Circuit Design -T.KC. 4.

Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering VIII-Eighth Semester (R2001) . VI sem R-2007) Image Processing(BE. VIII sem R-2007) Simulation of Communication Systems No Equivalent* * Student needs to appear in the same subject of R-2001 B. Digital Communication 2. Mobile Communication Systems 3. Elective – II Wireless Networks Wireless Network Digital Voice Communication Telecommunication Network Management Digital Telephony (TE. Discrete Time Signal Processing 5. VII-VIII. VIII sem R-2007) DATA COMPRESSION AND ENCRYPTION MICROWAVE INTEGRATED CIRCUITS(BE. Elective – I Radar Engineering Image Processing Data Compression and encryption Microwave Integrated Circuits Digital Communication (TE. Optical Fiber Communication Optical Fibre Communication 3. Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering VII-Seventh Semester (R2001) . VI sem R-2007) TELECOM NETWORK MANAGEMENT Microwave Amplifier and Oscillator Design Advance Microwave Engineering Optical Networks No Equivalent* Internet Communication Engineering No Equivalent* * Student needs to appear in the same subject of R-2001 48 BE. Microwave Devices and Circuits 4. Computer Communication Networks Computer Communication Network(VII –R2007) 4.E.Old Equivalent VIII-Eighth Semester (R2007)Revised 1. Satellite Communication SATELLITE COMMUNICATION 2.E. E&TC Engineering wef 2010-11 .B. VI sem R-2007) Mobile Communication Systems Fundamentals of Microwave Engineering Discrete Time Signal Processing Radar Engineering(TE.Old Equivalent VII-Seventh Semester (R2007)Revised 1.

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