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TEC011 TIC011 TIC012 TIC013 Digital System Design using VHDL Optoelectronics Control system components Computerised process control

ELECTIVE – II 1. 2. 3. 4. TIC021 TIC022 TEC023 TEC024 Robotics & Mechatronics Optical Instrumentation Filter design Satellite Communication

ELECTIVE – III 1. 2. 3. 4. TIC031 TEC032 TEC033 TEC034 Remote sensing Adaptive Signal Processing Reliability and Quality Management Biomedical Signal Processing

ELECTIVE – IV 1. 2. 3. 4. TIC041 TEC042 TIC042 TIC043 Analytical instrumentation VLSI design Power plant Instrumentation Intelligent Instrumentation

TIC 701 BIO-MEDICAL INSTRUMENTATION Unit BOOK/CHAP TER Introduction: Specifications of bio-medical instrumentation 1/1 , 2/ 1 & system, Man-Instrumentation system Components, Problems 2 encountered in measuring a living system. Basics of Anatomy and Physiology of the body. Bioelectric potentials: Resting and action potentials, 1/ 2 , 2/ 3 I propagation of action potential, The Physiological potentials – ECG, EEG, EMG, ERG, EOG and Evoked responses Electrodes and Transducers: Electrode theory, Biopotential 2/ 4 & 16 , 3/ Electrodes – Surface electrodes, Needle electrodes, 4 Microelectrodes. Biomedical Transducer TOPIC LECTU RES 3

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6 Cardiovascular Measurements: Electrocardiography –ECG 2/ 7 &10 , 3/ amplifiers, Electrodes and Leads,ECG recorders –Single 5&6 channel, Three channel, Vector Cardiographs,ECG System for Stresses testing,Holter recording, Blood pressure measurement, II Heart sound measurement. Pacemakers and Defibrillators. Patient Care & Monitoring: Elements of intensive care 1/ 6 2 monitoring, displays, diognosis, Calibration & Reparability of patient monitoring equipment. 5 Respiratory system Measurements: Physiology of Respiratory 2/ 8 , 3/ 8 system .Measurement of breathing mechanism – Spirometer. Respiratory Therapy equipments: Inhalators, Ventilators III &Respirators, Humidifiers, and Nebulizers & Aspirators. Nervous System Measurements: Physiology of nervous 3/ 10 3 system, Neuronal communication, Neuronal firing measurements. Ophthalmology Instruments: Electroretinogram, Electro- 2/ 7 & 13 2 oculogram, Ophthalmoscope, Tonometer for eye pressure measurement. IV Diagnostic techniques: Ultrasonic diagnosis, Eco- 1/19,22&23 , cardiography, Eco-encephalography, Ophthalmic scans, X-ray 2/12 &14 &Radio-isotope diagnosis and therapy, CAT-Scan, Emission computerized tomography, MRI. Bio-telemetry: The components of a Bio-telemetry system, 1/ 9 , 3/ 12 4 Implantable units, Telemetry for ECG measurements during exercise, for Emergency patient monitoring. V Prosthetic Devices and Therapies: Hearing Aides, Myoelectric 1/ 17, 2/7, 4 Arm, Dia-thermy, Laser applications in medicine. 10&13 TEXT BOOKS: 1. Khandpur R.S.- Biomedical Instrumentation- TMH 2. Venkata Ram,S.K.-Bio-Medical Electronics&Instrumentation (Revised)- Galgotia. REFERENCE BOOKS: 3. Cromwell- Biomedical Instrumentation and Measurements- PHI 4. Webster,j.g. –Bio- Instrumentation ,Wiley (2004) 5. Ananthi,S. –A Text Book of Medical Instruments-2005-New Age International 6. carr&Brown –Introduction to Biomedical Equipment Technology – Pearson 7. Pandey & Kumar-Biomedical Electronics and Instrumentation. – Kataria

TIC – 702 DIGITAL CONTROL ENGINEERING Unit 1 Topic TextNo./ Lectures Chapter 1/1, 2/2 4

Sampling and Signal Conversion Sampled-Data Control Systems, Digital to Analog Conversion, Sample and Hold operations, Sample and Hold Devices, frequency –Domain Characteristic of Zero order Hold. 1/2, 2/3 The Z-Transform Linear Difference equations, The Pulse Response, The Definition of the Z-transform, Relationship between the Laplace transform and the Z-transform, Relationship between S-plane and the Z-plane, The

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Transform Design of Digital Controls Design of position Servo Design Specifications. The constant-Frequency Loci. B. The Inverse Z-Transform. Digital quantization. The constant-Damping Ratio Loci. Pulse measurement 2. Heart sound study using electronics stethoscope 5. Realization of Pulse Transfer function. Concepts of Controllability and Observability. the Digital PID Controllers. Transfer Functions. Microprocessor based Position Control System 2/4 6 1/3 4 1/4. Design of low noise and low frequency amplifier for biomedical application 7. The Modified Z-transfer function. Gopal. Design on the Wplane. Limitations of the Z-transform. Automatic BP measurement 4. 2/6 7 1/5 6 1/7 7 Text Books : 1. Mechanization of Control algorithms Using Micro Processors General Description of Microcontrollers. Construction of chopper amplifier . State observers Stochastic optimal State Estimation.2 3 4 5 constant-Damping Loci. . Liapunov Stability Analysis Systems with Dead time. Systems with Dead-Time. Block Diagrams. Similarity Transformations. State Equations for sampled Data Systems. ECG measurement Following experiments to be done on the breadboard 6. Multirate Discrete Data System.Closed loop systems. .“Digital Control Systems”. New Age International Publishers. Kuo . 2. Eigenvalue Assignment by State feedback.Stability Analysis. The Cayley-Hamilton Theorem.The Pulse Transfer Function of the Zero-Order Hold and the Relation Between G(s)and G(z). Design of Instrumentation amplifier 8. M. State Space Analysis of Sampled Data Systems Discrete time state equations. Theorems of the Z-transform. “Digital Control Engineering”. Heartbeat measurement 3. Design of Digital Controls Using State Space Analysis Formulation of the optimal control Problem Optimal State Regulator. Design of the W’-plane. and Signal flow Graphs The Pulse Transfer Function and The Z-Transfer Function . Oxford University Press TIC 751 Instrumentation Lab Biomedical 1. Use of State Regulator results.C. The Sampled Signal flow Graph. Application of the Z-transform .

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2007. Holographic optical elements. A-O Modulators. Contour generation .. Halftone processing.Channel waveguide Light emitting diode (LED). description of MC68HC05 microcontroller. a simplified 486 bus model. 3. Xinx 4000 series FPGAs. Beam deflection. Fourier transforming property of Lens.III IV V microprogramming. Single mode FO sensors.Optical data storage.. Laser Interferometer. Micro-bend optical fiber sensor. Stephen Brown & Zvonko Vranesic. Double exposure. PHI. TMH.Introduction to Optical waveguide. Integrated optic spectrum analyzer. FLOATING POINT ARITHMETIC: Representation of floating point numbers. “Digital System Design using VHDL”. floating point multiplication. using one hot state assignment. Non linear processing. Holographic interferometry-Real time. TIC – 011 OPTOELECTRONICS Unit-1 (6) . Charles H Roth Jr. other floating point operations. Principles of Holography On axis and Off Axis Holography. 4th Ed. Magnetic sensors. Reference Books: 2.Photo sources and detectors: Optical waveguide modesTheory of Dielectric slab waveguides-Symmetric and Asymmetric slab wave guide. Thomson Learning. Non linear optics second harmonic generation. strain Intensity modulated sensors. Multiplication and Division . DESIGN EXAMPLES: UART design. Interferometry. Unit-3 (10) Fourier Optics and Holography: Phase transformation of thin lens . Phase modulated. Unit-4 (6) Optical Fiber Sensors: Multimode fiber Sensors-Displacement . 2nd Ed. Drive circuity.pressure . Image forming property of Lens. 1/ 6. Parametric amplification. interfacing memory to microprocessor bus. Speckle Phenomenon and methods of Measurements. MEMORY MODELS FOR MEMORIES AND BUSES: Static RAM. Analog Arithmetic operation-Addition/Subtraction. Fibre Optic Gyroscope. constructions. Differentiation and Integration. “Fundamentals of digital logic design with VHDL”. Electro optic Intensity Modulators. . Polarization modulated. Active multimode FO sensors. Fundamentals of lasers and its applications Unit-2 (8) Electro Optic Effects: Birefringence phenomenon EO Retardation. linked state machine. materials. Acousto – optics.Averaging .7 8 1/9 1/10 6 6 Text Book: 1. Jhon F Wakerly. “Digital design”. design of microcontroller CPU. 2002. DESIGNING WITH PROGRAMMABLE GATE ARRAYS AND COMPLEX PROGRAMMABLE LOGIC DEVICES: Xinx 3000 series FPGAs. complete microcontroller design.stress. Unit-5 (12) Optical Computing: Analog Linear Optical processing. EO Amplitude and Phase Modulator. Current sensors.

T.C Servomotor: Analysis. their applications reluctance motors . fluidic logic gate. 3.Wilson. Gyroscopes. Book/Chapter Lectures 6 2 8 II 8 III 8 IV 8 V Text Books 1 2 References: 3 4 5 6 T. Applications in control. Twin pressure valve.B.F. An Introduction: /PHI. Collage Publishing. Rogers Hains / Control Systems for HVAC Takashi Kenjo / Stepper Motors & there Microprocessr control / Clarendon Press . . limit switches.S. Special Machines: Linear induction motors. Kaminov / A Introduction to Electro Optic Devices/ Academic Press New York. Threshold devices. Shuttle valve. single stack & Multistack permanent magnet stepper motor. Actuators & positioners for valves I/P & P/I converters Fluid control: Principle of operation of fluid control devices.B Teuter/Control System Components/Mc Graw Hill.F. characteristics. 5. speed torque characteristics. load-torque. Drive circuits and high speed operations Applications Control valve and sizing: principles.Oxford Kenjo. Residue Number system. hybrid stepper Motors. 2000. and Nagamori.P. Transfer function and Block Diagram. Quick exhaust valve. Spatial light Modulators. Theta Modulation devices Shadow casting and symbolic substitution References: 1. 1974. Arithmetic Operations: MSD.T. relays. Servo-Mechanism.S. New York. Signed Logarithmic Arithmetic. Logarithmic number system. Electropneumatic circuits.A Yariv / Optical Electronics/C. Time delay valve. 4. Electro-pneumatics: Actuating magnets.Digital logic: Modified Signed Digit Number system. relays and actuators.J and Gopal M.S.Abdul A S Awwal Wiley Publication TIC . types.J. Electronic drive circuits./Permanent Magnet and Brushless DC Motors Clarendon Press -Oxford . 1983. Miniature motors.B./Control System Engineering/PHI Anderson/Analsys and design of pneumatic systems.Karim. 2.C & D. Threshold logic. Contractors and switches. Synchros: Principles and applications. New York. Stepper Motors: Variable reluctance stepper motor.I. pneumatic & hydraulic actuated valves. / Optical Information Processing/ Wiley.Optical Computing –An introduction Mohammad A. NY Nagrath I.012 CONTROL SYSTEM COMPONENTS Unit I Topic A. Yu. J. 1985. Solenoid operated valve. Residue. Brakes and clutches.E Gibson & F. Hawkes k/ Opto Electronics.

.B.Inferential control. 3.Computer Aided Process control software.Ash / Element of Computer Process Control with Advance Control Applications / Instrument Society of America. Johnson / Process Control Instrumentation Technology / PHI.Data Transfer Techniques. Physical model. . Real Time Operating System. 1981. Singh. Lamond / Digital Control System Theory / Tata Mc Graw Hill 85. Control Model.L Smith / Digital computer Process Control / Ident Educational Publishers. C. Intelligent Control. Benefits of using Computers in a Process control Process related Interfaces: Analog Interfaces. Solution Finding. Krishan Kant / Computer Based Industrial Control. Process modeling. Thickness and Flatness control System for metal Rolling.K /Computer Aided Process control /PHI . Elements of a computer aided Process control System. 72. 4. Standard Interfaces Industrial communication System: Communicatin Networking . 6. Reheat Furnace Temperature control. Computer-Aided control of Electric Power Generation Plant Book/Chapter Lectures I 1/4 8 II 1/5 8 III 1/2 8 IV 1/7 8 V 1/10 8 Text Book 1. Pradeep B. Hierarchical Computer control Systems.. C. Results Analysis. 88.Types of Computer control Process Software. Distributed control Systems.Statistical control. G. Process Modeling for computerized Process control:Process model. Digital Interfaces . C.S. Houpis. Adaptive Contrl. Model Validation Advanced Strategies For Computerised Process control:Cascade Control. Examples of Computerized Process Control: Electric Oven Temperature Control. Economics of Computer-Aided Process control.D.TIC 013 COMPUTERISED PROCESS CONTROL Unit Topic Basics of Computer-Aided Process Control: Role of computers in process control. Information Preparation. H. Classification of a Computer –Aided Process Control System Computer-Aided Process –control Architecture: Centralized Control Systems. Model Formulation. 5.Industrial communication Systems .2007 Reference Books 2. Modeling Procedure: Goals Definition. Predictive control.Pulse Interfaces.M. Deshpande & Raymond.

Pressure control valves. Rotary Actuators. Composite Rotation Matrix. Electrical Actuation Systems: Electrical systems. Mechanical switches. 2003 4 Mechatronics.based controllers. Selection of a PLC. Mechatronics : What is Mechatronics .TIC-021 ROBITCS AND MECHATRONICS Unit Topic Boo k / Cha pter Lectures I II&III IV & V Robot Arm Kinematics: Introduction. Reference Books:-1 Introduction to Robotic Mechanics and Control. I J Nagrath. K S FU. Gear trains. 2003 3 Robotics and Control. A. Cylinders.C. Pearson Education Ltd. Types of motion. Mechanical Actuation Systems: Mechanical systems. Links . Directional control valves. The David-Hhartenberg Representation.Interpolated Trajectiries. General considerations on Trajectory planning. Kinamatic Equation for Manipulators. Response of systems. Systems. R K Mittal. Cubic Spline Trajectory (five Cubics). Timers. The Inverse Kinematics Problem. Calculation of a 4-3-4 joint Trajectory. Mechanical aspects of motor selection. C S G LEE. JOHN J. joint. CRAIG. Alciator and Michael B. Pneumatic and Hydraulic systems. Vision and Intelligence. PHI. Microprocessor. Master and jump controls. Control systems. Motors. Geometric Interpretation of Rotation Matrics. Pearson Education Ltd. Programming. Rotation Matrix about an Arbitrary Axis. TMH. Kinematic chains. D. SYED V NIKU. Data handling.P. Input Output Processing. 2 Mechatronics. Solenoids. Ratchet and pawl. Classification of manipulators. Control. Rotation Matrics with Euler Angles Representation. Stepper Motors. W BOLTON . Geometric Interpretation of Homogeneous Transformation Matrices . McGraw Hill. Mahalik TMH 2005 5 Introduction to Mechatronics and Measurement systems – David G. Rotation Matrices. Cams. Homogeneous Coordinates and transformation Matrix. Actuators : Pneumatic and Hydraulic Actuation systems. Mnemonics. Mechatronics Systems: Traditional and Mechatronics Designs.C. Internal Relays and Counters. Belt and chain drives.2003. Programmable Logic Controllers : Introduction. The Direct Kinematics Problem. Motors. Joints and Their Parameters. Principles Concepts and Applications – N.Composite Homogeneous Transformation Matrix. Actuation systems. Other specifications of the Location of the End-Effector. Planning of Manipulator Trajectories: Introduction. 2003 2 Introduction to Robotics. 1/2 8 1/2 8 1/4 4 2/1 3 2/5 2/6 2/7 8 2/1 9 5 2 2/2 2 Text Books:-1 Robotics. Sensing. Pearson. Process Control Valves. 1987. Measurement systems. Basic Structure. The Mechatronics Approach. Shift Registers. Inverse Transform Technique for Euler Angles Solution. R C GONZALEZ. Histand TMH 2005 . Possible Mechatronics Design Solutions. Bearings. Solidstate switches. Analogue input/output. Case Studies of Mechatronic Systems.

Radio-metry. Application of Optical Fiber Sensors Active and passive optical fiber sensor.Application of diffraction grating.Laser Doppler velocimeter.J.Sirohi 3-A Yariv / Optical Electronics/C. Neodymium Lasers. 1985. Refractometer. HeNe Lasers. Dye Lasers. Michelson’s Interferometer and its application Fabry-perot interferometer. Frequency Domain dispersion measurement.Time domain dispersion measurement. 4-Fundamentals of OPTOELECTRONICS by Pollock .Edition 2-Wave Optics and its Application. Rajpal S. Grating theory . Transmitting and Receiving Concept of Light. Coherent and Incoherent sources. types of interference phenomenon and its Application.displacement type sensors.Acoustooptic effect and Magneto-optic effect. Basic light sources and its Characterization. . Materials used to fabricate LEDs and Lasers Design of LED for Optical communication.Phototransistors.On-axis Holography. Medical Optical Instruments Unit-4 Holography Principle of Holography. Response times of LEDs .S.B. New York.Optical data storage.Intensity modulated . Solar cells. Spectrographs and Monochromators.TIC-022 Optical Instrumentation Unit -1 Light Sourcing. Unit-2 Opto –Electronic devices and Optical Components Photo diode. Photo-Conductors. Semiconductors Lasers . Spectrophotometers. Polarization .LED drive circuitry.Fiber Optic Communication system.Wilson &J F B Hawkes. and Off axis Holography. Classification of different phenomenon based on theories of light.Multimode active optical fiber sensor (Microbend sensor)Single Mode fiber sensor-Phase Modulates and polarization sensors Unit -5 Fiber optic fundamentals and Measurements Fundamental of Fibers. Rayleigh’s interferometers. Text Book: 1.Opto Electronics:An Introduction PHI. Electro-optic effect . Lasers Classification :Ruby lasers. Unit-3 Interferometry Interference effect.CO2 Lasers.OpticalTime domain Reflectometer(OTDR). PIN. Collage Publishing. Calorimeters.Lasers Applications.

system noise temperature and G/T ratio. Categorization of filters-Low-pass filter. 1 1 [1] [2] [2] Text Book: [1] Gobind Daryanani. Approximation Theory: Butterworth approximation. of Lect. feed forward three amplifier biquad. higher order filters. launches & launch vehicle. Three amplifier Biquad: Basic low pass and band pass circuit. Basic of sensitivity. Switched capacitor filters: The MOS switch. band-pass filter. look angle and orbit determination. 02 / 01 02/ 02-03 6 II Satellite subsystems. Elementary transconductor building blocks. First and second order filters. Inductor Substitution using Gyrator. orbital effects. Bilinear transformation. summing of four Amplifier biquad. “Principles of active network synthesis and design”. satellite antenna satellite link design: basic transmission theory. High-pass filter. Passive Ladder structures. band-reject filter. gyrator. Inverse Chebyshev approximation. sampled data operation. uplink design. The switched capacitor.TEC 023 Filter Design Unit 1 Topic Book 2 3 4 5 Review of op-amps circuits. amplifiers. Gain equalizers. downlink design. TEC 024 SATELLITE COMMUNICATION Unit Contents Book/ Chapter No. Oxford University Press.John Wiley and Sons. TTC&M. Frequency Transformations. R. Switched capacitor first and second order filters. Geostationary Orbit. first order building blocks. second order sections. Chebyshev approximation. I Elements of Satellite Communication Orbital mechanics. M.E. realization of the general Biquadratic Functions.Van Valkenburg. and Delay equalizers.Schaumann. resistors. “Design of analog filters”. attitude and orbit control systems. [2. Transformation of elements using the FDNR. satellite systems using small earth 01 / 03 01 / 04 10 . integrators. communication subsystem. summers.

Thematic classification and clustering to include unsupervised and supervised classification based on ./ McGraw-Hill. pre-emphasis and de-emphasis. Multiple access: FDMA. III Modulation and multiplexing techniques for satellite links: FM. SPOT. factors affecting the reflectance (8) UNIT-2 Platforms and sensors Airborne and space platforms. atmospheric window. radiometric processing including correction of instrumental artifacts and atmospheric corrections. spectral bands. direct broadcast satellite television and radio. digital modulation and demodulation. IFOV. (8) Image Characteristics and interpretation Differences between aerial and space borne imagery. principle and functioning of camera. Allnutt / John Wiley & Sons. DAMA and CDMA. Bostian. Different satellite and sensor combinations: LANDSAT. Satellite Communications / Pratt. low earth orbit and non-geostationary. channel capacity. Satellite Communications / Dennis Roddy / McGraw-Hill 3. convolutional codes. design for specified C/N. swath. geometric corrections and registration. ratioing. Geometric enhancement including spatial filtering. spatial resolution. definition of emissivity. multi-spectral. Interaction of electromagnetic energy with atmosphere and earth features. Electromagnetic spectrum. edge detection and enhancement. (8) UNIT-3 UNIT-4 Digital image processing Image Transformations such as subtraction. Spectral signature. satellite navigation and the global positioning systems. side looking air borne radars. Digital Satellite Communications/ Tri T. TIC-031 Remote Sensing UNIT-1 Principles of remote sensing Remote sensing system and its components. and hyperspectral sensors. V Introduction of various satellite systems: VSAT. thermal & line scanners. 2. reflectance. linear and cyclic block codes. NDVI and PCA. Advantages and disadvantages of each. 02/14 01 / 07 08 01 / 08 01 08 Text / Reference Books: 1. films. rain. 01 / 05 8 01 / 06. IV Error control for digital satellite links: error detection and correction. error control coding. Ha. and repetivity. S/N ratios for FM video transmission. Their important characteristics such as flight altitude. Elements of visual interpretation of images. active and passive remote sensing systems. TDMA. digital transmission. absorbance and transmittance.station. atmospheric absorption. cloud and ice effects etc. Propagation effects and their impact on satellite-earth links: attenuation and depolarization. IRS series of satellites and sensors. TDM.

Reddy. effects of gradient noise. methods.. general properties open and closed loop adaptation. performance comparison of Newton and S. Lillesand. random search algorithm..1/4 & 1/5 12 3 1/6. Integration of Remote sensing and GIS. Introduction of Remote Sensing Sabins. accuracy assessment of classification.M. 2. gradient search by newton’s method and method of steepest descent. 3. 3. Introduction of GIS.W. Curran.F. Remote sensing and Geographic Information System TEC-032 ADAPTIVE SIGNAL PROCESSING Unit 1& 2 Topic 1.. desired response and error performance function.minimum distance and maximum likelihood classification. Basic ideas of gradient search methods. and their geometrical significance.B. alternative definition of gradient. (8) References: 1. Remote Sensing: Principles and Interpretations 5. Remote Sensing and Image Interpretation.D. 1/8 8 . input signal and Weight vectors. 4.. time constant and misadjustment. on weight vector solution. (8) UNIT-5 Ancilliary data sources and integration Ground truth. Theory of Adaptation with Stationary Signals: Input correlation matrix. Text Book / Chapter 1/1 Lectures 1 1/2 3 1/3. gradient component estimation by derivative measurement. J. Eigenvalues and eigenvectors of the correlation matrix. excess MSE. adaptive recursive LMS algorithm. Paul J. Anji. M. Concepts of hyderspectral image analysis. Adaptive Linear Combiner: General description. Adaptive Algorithms: Least mean square algorithm. and Kiefer.F. gradient and minimum mean square. 2. R. Digital terrain models. Geographic and Radiometric. Introduction: Definition and characteristics. T. Principles of Remote sensing Campbell. 4. learning curve noise in Weight vector misadjustment and performances of LMS algorithms. sequential regression algorithm. decorelection of error and input components. convergence. GPS and its role to remote sensing data.

adaptive lattice predictor. Theory and design of adaptive filters. storage & recovery of data. component reliability from test data. difference between MTTR and MTTF. Reliability Data Analysis: The reliability function. and lattice SER algorithms. various parameters of system effectiveness. K-out of m systems. quality. Adaptive Filter Structures: Lattice structures. Pearson Education Reference Books 1. 3. matrix inversion lemma. all poles and all zeroes versions. systems with components in parallel. Cowan & Grant. equalization and deconvolution 2/9 5 1/8 6 1/9 & 1/10 8 Text Books: 1. update recursion for the sum of weighted error squares. DFT and lattice preprocessors. normal distribution and weibull distribution. Adaptive Filter Theory. Lattice LMS algorithms. Book/ Chapter 01 / 01 No. gamma distribution. Reliability mathematics: Classical set theory. John R. Boolean algebra. concept of failure modes. adaptive filters with orthogonal signals. sample space. convergence analysis of RLS algorithm 6. Simon Haykin. Prentice Hall 2. and random variables. series –parallel systems. data collection. bathtub curve. Probability distribution: Exponential distribution. conditional probability. Adaptive Filters. of Lectures Davisson. 7. exponentially weighted RLS algorithm. Adaptive Signal Processing by TEC-033 Reliability & Quality Management Unit I Contents Introduction: Definition of reliability. System Reliability: Systems with components in series. availability. 06 II 01 / 02 08 III 02 / 05 08 . types of failures. basic properties of probability. Pearson Education 2. PHI. Adaptive Filter Applications: (i) Adaptive modeling and systems identification. Adaptive Signal Processing. Recursive Least Square Algorithm: Preliminaries. maintainability. definition of probability. binomial distribution. Treichler. (ii) Inverse adaptive modeling. linear hazard model & exponential hazard model. Widrow and Stearns.4& 5 5. Fault tree techniques.

L. Monitoring & Control and image reconstruction in bio-medical field. cost & quality.Hill. 1/ 12&13 . Reliability Engineering/ E. 2. elements of quality systems. Arrhythmia Analysis. concept of TQM. 3/ 3 4 3. 1/ 1 . parameter variation and tolerance. Basics of Electrocardiography. Ebeling / TMH TEC 034 BIOMEDICAL SIGNAL PROCESSING Unit-1 1. 3.. Electromyography & electro-retinography BOOK/CHAPTERS LECTURES 3/ 1&3 2 1/ 2 . Removal of Baseline Wander And Power line Interferences. QRS Detection(Different Methods). Practical Reliability Engineering/ Patrick D. 2/ 7 8 . Acquisition and Difficulties during Acquisition. Quality management system & TQC: Quality policy. reliability of electronic system design. Electroencephalography. 4. ST Segment Analysis.IV Electronics System Reliability: Reliability of electronic components. Quality control & Total quality Management / P. circuit and system aspects. ECG: Measurement of Amplitude and Time Intervals. Introduction to Bio-Medical Signals: Classification. Balagurusamy / Tata McGraw. Portable Arrhythmia Monitors. essential steps in implementing quality system for ISO: 9000. Role of Computers in the Analysis.Hill. 2.T. O’Connor / John Wiley & Sons 4th edition). component types and failure mechanics.Jain / Tata McGraw. management of reliability & quality. 01 / 09 08 V 03 10 Text / Referencebook: 1. 3/ 15 2 Unit-2 4. Reliability and Maintainability Engineering / Charles E. Processing.

Rangaraj M. Huffman and Modified Huffman Coding. Adaptive Wavelet Detection. Adaptive Filtering:. volume I & Licrc Press 5 Biomedical Signal Analysis A Case Study Approach.PHI REFERENCE BOOKS: 4. Willis J Tomkin. Fan Algorithm. 1/ 10 8 2/ 5 2 2/ 4 6 1/ 8&9 2/ 6&Appendix B 8 TEXT BOOKS 1.Crommwell. john Wiley & Sons Inc. Unit-5 8. Detection By Structural features. Dynamics of Sleep/Wake transition. AZTEC Algorithm.Unit-3 5. Moving Average Method. Detection of Overlapping Wavelets. Biomedical Signal Processing. Study of pattern of brain waves. Arnon Cohen. Webster.General Structures of Adaptive filters. The ARMA Methods. Unit-4 6. 7. EP Estimation: by Signal Averaging. LMS Adaptive Filter. Biomedical Instrumentation and Measurement. Phi. Run Length Coding. 2. . Periodogram. 6. Wavelet Detection:.Weibel and Pfeifer. EEG Analysis By Spectral Estimation: The Bt Method. john G. EEG:Neurological Signal Processing. Rangayyan. D. Medical instrumentation Application and Design. detection and Estimation. Data Reduction: Turning Point algorithm. EEG characteristic. Biomedical Signal Processing. Matched Filtering. John Wiley and Sons Inc. Maximum Likelihood Method. Biomedical Digital Signal Processing.C Reddy McGrawhill 3. Sleep EEG.Introduction. Adaptive Noise Canceling. linear prediction theory. Epilepsy-Transition.. -Maximum Entropy Method & AR Method.

Collimators. Ion Detectors: Faraday Cup. Electrodless Discharge Lamp. Flame. Pre – amplifier. Sampling System Mass Spectrometers (MS): Basic of Mass Spectrometer(MS): Principle of operation Type of MS : Magnetic Deflection MS. Scintillation Counter. Detector Systems (TCD. Radio Frequency MS. Monochromators. Mobile phase. Clinical FP. Time of Flight MS. Beer Law. Sample Handling Techniques. Holographic Gratings. Nuclear Energy Levels. Diffraction Gratings. Recording System: PMT and associated Amplifier Circuit. Temperature Programming. X-ray Absorption Meter. Nebulizers: Concentric. Single Beam (Spectronic – 21 type). Detectors: Photovoltaic. Optical Filters. Silicon Diode Detectors. X-ray Diffrcatometer. Lambert Law. FPD. Using Diode array detector. Proportional Counter. Ultrasonic. Monochromators. Essential Parts of FP. Detectors. Detectors: Photographic Emulsion. Field Ionization. Chemical Shift. Bear –Lambert Law. Sample Holders. Absorption Instruments. X-ray Fluorescence Spectrometry 1/2 8 1/3 4 1/10 4 1/4 4 1/5 4 1/19 & 2/16 4 1/16 4 1/14 & 2/13 6 . Basic Components of IR Spectrophotometers: Radiation Source. Entrance & Exit Slits. Ionization Chamber. High Vacuum Photo–Emission Cells. Monochromaters. Photomultiplier Tubes. Basic definitions. Principle of NMR: Nuclear Spin. Hollow Cathode Lamps. Block Diagram for continuous wave NMR Spectrometer. Double Beam spectrophotometer(Optical Diagram & Block Diagram). X Ray Spectrometers: Introduction. Materials of Optical Components. Spin –– Spin Coupling and relaxation Process. Mirrors. X-ray Generating Equipment. Burner. UV – Visible Spectrophotometers. X-ray Spectrum. Radiation Sources. Atomizer. FID. Type of FP: Single Beam. Optical System of A A S – its ray diagram . ECD ). Chromatography : Various Types of Chromatography. Cross–Flow. and Spectrum. Chromatography Columns. Atomic Absorption Spectrometers (AAS): Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy. Resonance Conditions. Optical System: Filters. Photo Diode Arrays. Burners and Flames. Other Optical Components. Electron Multiplier. Recording Type FP. A typical Chromatogram. Calorimeters. Flame Photometers (FP): Principle of Flame Photometry. Block Diagram of Instrument. Atomic Absorption Instrumentation : Radiation Sources. Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) NMR Spectroscopy . Electronic Integrator circuit for Chromatogram peaks. Monochromator : Prism. Gas Chromatography. Interaction of Radiation with Matter. Microprocessor based Spectrophotometer (Block Diagram) Infrared Spectroscopy: Introduction. Sample Injection System.TIC 041 ANALYTICAL INSTRUMENTATION Unit Topic Book/Cha pter Le ctu res I UV – Visible Spectroscopy: Introduction. Block Diagram of the electronic Circuit of AAS including pre – amplifier and EHT for PMT Circuits and their working. Thermal Compartment Oven. Optical Null and Ratio Recording Type Spectrophotometers. Chemical Ionization. Sample Ionization Methods: Electron Impact. Electromagnetic Radiation. Emission System: Fuel Gases and their Regulation. Near – Middle – Far IR range of Spectrum. Quadruple Mass Spectrometer. Block Diagram for Flame Photometers. Micro Channel Plate. Babington and V – groove types. Field Desorption and Fast Atomic Bombardment. Double Beam. Block diagram of X-ray Spectroscopy Instrument. Photo Sensitive Detectors. The Geiger Muller Counter.

Parasitic Extraction. Body effect. Controllability and Observability. CMOS fabrication. Design Methodology and Tools. Ayan Banerjee. Limited. problems associated with VLSI Design. CMOS NAND Gates. Basic VLSI Design by Douglas A. Scaling models and scaling factors. Field Programmable Gate arrays (FPGA) . Scan-Based Techniques . 2.Text Books :1. Combinational circuit design. 2&3 8 Text Books: 1. 1 8 3. Limits of miniaturization. David Harris. n-MOS. Built-In self Test (BIST) Techniques. Application-Specific Integrated Circuits by Michal John Sebastian smith. Gate delays. design considerations. Pearson Education. 2. AD HOC Design Techniques. CMOS design style. CMOS inverter and its characteristics. n-MOS. Faults types and Models. capacitances of layers. lambda based design rules .E. Instrumental Methods of Analysis: Willard. Pearson Education. Floor planning. Packaging. CMOS NOR gates. latch –up in CMOS circuits. n-MOS design style. . Tata Mc-Graw-Hill. stick diagrams. Delay estimation. Ids-Vds relationship. Heat dissipation. . sheet resistance. Design Economics. Topic Introduction to integrated circuit technology. The n-MOS inverter.2003. Programmable Logic structures. ApplicationSpecific Integrated Circuits (ASICs) Design for Testability.E. n-well process. Timing Analyses. Merritt. MOS transistor threshed voltage Vt. Kamrau Eshraghian. Bi-CMOS technology. Parametric yield. Automated Layout Generation. Design Flows. logical efforts. Routing. Current Monitoring IDDQ Test. MOS transistor figure of merit. Text Book 1 Lectures 8 2. 2 8 5. Dean and Settle. twin tub process. Standard Cell Based Design. Placement. Prentice-Hall of India Pvt. Configurable Logic Block (CLB). A Circuits and Systems Perspective by Neil H. CMOS Digital Integrated Circuits Analysis and Design by Sung-Mo Kang. Seventh Edition. Handbook Of Analytical Instruments: R S Kandpur. Weste. Pearson Education 3. Rabaey. CMOS VLSI Design. Borivoje Nikolic. Weste. 3. TEC 042 VLSI DESIGN Unit 1. 1&2 8 4. 2. Semi Custom Design. TMH 2nd Edition. Trans conductance and output conductance. the p-well process. Principles of C-MOS VLSI Design A systems Perspective by Neil H. limitation of scaling. CBS Publishers. pull-up to pull-down ratio. Full Custom Design. Digital Integrated Circuits A Design Perspective by Jab M. Yusuf Leblebici. Prentice-Hall of India. References: 1. Package Parasitics. Anantha Chandra kasan. sequential circuit design. Basic electrical properties of MOS circuits. Pucknell & Kamran Eshraghian.

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