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**Tech DEGREE PROGRAMME IN ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING
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(Applicable from 2010 Admission onwards)

DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING

NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY CALICUT

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MA 1001: MATHEMATICS I

L 3 T 1 P 0 C 3

Module 1 (12 hours) Preliminary Calculus : Partial differentiation, Total differential and total derivative, Exact differentials, Chain rule, Change of variables, Minima and Maxima of functions of two or more variables. Infinite Series : Notion of convergence and divergence of infinite series, Ratio test, Comparison test, Raabe’s test, Root test, Series of positive and negative terms, Idea of absolute convergence, Taylor’s and Maclaurin’s series.

Module 2 (17 hours) First order ordinary differential equations: Methods of solution, Existence and uniqueness of solution, Orthogonal Trajectories, Applications of first order differential equations. Linear second order equations: Homogeneous linear equations with constant coefficients, fundamental system of solutions, Existence and uniqueness conditions, Wronskian, Non homogeneous equations, Methods of Solutions, Applications.

Module 3 (13 hours) Fourier Analysis : Periodic functions - Fourier series, Functions of arbitrary period, Even and odd functions, Half Range Expansions, Harmonic analysis, Complex Fourier Series, Fourier Integrals, Fourier Cosine and Sine Transforms, Fourier Transforms.

Module 4 (14 hours) Gamma functions and Beta functions, Definition and Properties. Laplace Transforms, Inverse Laplace Transforms, shifting Theorem, Transforms of derivatives and integrals, Solution of differential Equations, Differentiation and Integration of Transforms, Convolution, Unit step function, Second shifting Theorem, Laplace Transform of Periodic functions.

Reference: 1. 2. 3. 4. Kreyszig E, ‘Advanced Engineering Mathematics’ 8th Edition, John Wiley & Sons New York, (1999) Piskunov, ‘Differential and Integral Calculus, MIR Publishers, Moscow (1974). Wylie C. R. & Barret L. C ‘Advanced Engineering Mathematics’ 6th Edition, McGraw Hill, New York, (1995). Thomas G. B. ‘Calculus and Analytic Geometry’ Addison Wesley, London (1998).

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MA 1002: MATHEMATICS II

L T P C 3 1 0 3 Module 1 (14 hours) Linear Algebra I: Systems of Linear Equations, Gauss’ elimination, Rank of a matrix, Linear independence, Solutions of linear systems: existence, uniqueness, general form. Vector spaces, Subspaces, Basis and Dimension, Inner product spaces, Gram-Schmidt orthogonalization, Linear Transformations.

Module 2 (14 hours) Linear Algebra II: Eigen values and Eigen vectors of a matrix, Some applications of Eigen value problems, Cayley-Hamilton Theorem, Quadratic forms, Complex matrices, Similarity of matrices, Basis of Eigen vectors – Diagonalization.

Module 3 (13 hours) Vector Calculus I: Vector and Scalar functions and fields, Derivatives, Curves, Tangents, Arc length, Curvature, Gradient of a Scalar Field, Directional derivative, Divergence of a vector field, Curl of a Vector field.

Module 4(15 hours) Vector Calculus II: Line Integrals, Line Integrals independent of path, Double integrals, Surface integrals, Triple Integrals, Verification and simple applications of Green’s Theorem, Gauss’ Divergence Theorem and Stoke’s Theorem.

Reference: 1. 2. 3. Kreyzig E, Advanced Engineering Mathematics, 8th Edn, John Wiley & Sons, New York (1999). Wylie C. R & Barrret L. C, Advanced Engineering Mathematics, 6th Edn, Mc Graw Hill, New York (1995). Hoffman K & Kunze R, Linear Algebra, Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi (1971).

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velocity addition. G. Maxwell speed distribution. Molecules. massless particles. length contraction. Doppler effect for light. physical meaning of wave function. relativistic mass and dynamics. 6th Ed.. Nuclei and Particle.PH 1001: PHYSICS L 3 T 0 P 0 C 3 Module 1 (6 hours) Theory of Relativity: Frames of reference. equipartition of energy. the scanning tunneling microscope. time dilation. Solids. magnetization and hysterisis. Dubson. Quantum Physics of atoms. John Wiley(2006) B. wave functions. Michelson-Morley experiment. Module 4 (14 hours) Applications to Solids : Band theory of solids. simultaneity. time-independent Schrödinger equation. Bose-Einstein condensation. Solid state Devices. 2. ideal gas. C. Boltzman factor and distribution. conductivity and mobility of electrons. Tata Mc Graw –Hill Publication (2009) Robert Eisberg and Robert Resnick. E-k diagrams. RMS speed. Description of General Theory of Relativity. 2nd Ed. 3. quantization of energy – bound states. nanotubes. expectation values. equal probability hypothesis. conductors. postulates of Special Theory of Relativity. metals – Drude model and conductivity. doping of semiconductor. finite well. Pearson (2006) 30 . Fermi energy. application of time-independent Schrödinger equation to free particle. . paramagnetism. Galilean Relativity. mass energy relations. Magnetism: dipole moments. J. Taylor. . wave packets. free electron gas and other applications. interference effect.. Simple Harmonic Oscillator. infinite well. applications – Lasers and Masers. formulation of Schrödinger equation. semi-conductors and insulators.. . average speed. microstates of a system. Bose-Einstein and Fermi-Dirac distribution. twodimensional square box. semiconductors. Quantum distributions – many particle systems. semiconductor nano materials. Lorentz transformations. Modern Physics for Scientists and Engineers. R. Curie’s law. band gaps. Reference: 1.. Pearson (2007) Arthur Beiser.D. Fundamentals of mesoscopic physics and nano technology: size effects. Zafiratos and M. Ferromagnetism and Anti-Ferromagnetism. 4. 2nd Ed. wires. barrier potential. Concepts of Modern Physics. Quantum wells. uncertainty principle. A. effective mass. 5th Ed. electron wave functions in crystal lattices. Hall effect. Specific heat of a solid. Bosons and Fermions. indistinguishable particles. Module 2 10 hours) Quantum Mechanics (Dual nature of matter. quantum confinement and Coulomb blockade. dots. Streetman. tunneling. properties of matter waves. Module 3 (12 hours) Statistical Physics: Temperature.

6th Edition. Morrison and R N Boyd. Delhi. John-Wiley and Sons. 6th Edition. International. Webster and D.Puri. diamagnetic anisotropy. New York. Sharma and M. Hill coefficient. Kriz and J. Cotton and G Wilkinson. New York. 2005. P. Ltd. GM. reversible binding of oxygen.X. F. Keiter. London. aromatic electrophilic substitutions.CY 1001: CHEMISTRY L 3 Pre-requisites: Nil Module 1 (8 hours) Chemical Bonding Quantum mechanical methods in chemical bonding: molecular orbital theory. Reference: 1. resonance and aromaticity. 1998. hybridization involving d orbitals. spectral and magnetic properties. F. NMR as a tool. Cengage Learning India Pvt. octahedral. Atkins. Prentice Hall. Organic Chemistry. Bio-Inorganic chemistry: Trace elements in biology. New York 1997. E. aromatic nucleophilic substitutions. L. 5th Edition. hybridization. Harper Collins. D. Kiemle. interaction of radiation with matter. Organic Chemistry. C. heme and nonheme oxygen carriers. Modern Inorganic Chemistry. symmetry of molecular orbitals. R. 2nd Edition. metallic bonding. WileyInterscience. annulenes. New York. fluorescence and photoelectron spectroscopy. 2. 14. New Delhi. McGraw. 5th Edition. Jolly. Spectroscopy. McGraw-Hill International. 10. Vishal Publishing CO. Carey. molecular orbital description of aromaticity and anti-aromaticity. 13. 3rd Edition. crystal field stabilization energies. reactivity and orientation. New York. 3. Spectrometric Identification of Organic Compounds. J. Silverstein. Brooks/ Cole Publishing Co. 5th Edition. Pavia. 2001. 7th edition. 11. Monterey. band theory . Huckel molecular orbital theory of conjugated systems. 1988. 5. S. application of MO theory to heteronuclear diatomics. Module 4 (8 hours) Aromaticity : Electron delocalization. tetrahedral and square planar complexes. E. P. Fundamentals of Molecular Spectroscopy. Lee. haemoglobin and myoglobin-cooperativity. Raman. 7. T. Organic Chemistry.Hill. McGraw Hill Publishers. reaction mechanisms. Module 2 (14 hours) Spectroscopy : General features of spectroscopy. Oxford. Inorganic Chemistry. Module 3 (12 hours) Transition Metal Chemistry: Bonding in transition metal complexes: coordination compounds. A. R. New Delhi . GS. ring current. UK. Prentice Hall. vibrational.1999. Principles of Structure and Reactivity. Jahn-Teller theorem. Advanced Inorganic Chemistry. 8. 1991. T 0 P 0 C 3 31 .W. Concise Inorganic Chemistry. mass. 1995.A. Chapman & Hall. 12. electronic. Bohr effect. Boston. Organic Chemistry. Physical Chemistry. Huheey. valence bond theory. D. 2003. New Delhi. W. Principles of Physical Chemistry.J. MOs for homonuclear diatomic molecules. 3rd edition. 6. benzyne. crystal field theory. M.M. F. NMR. 1996. 4.R Vyvyan. 9. Mc Murray. Pathania. Lampman.L. L.N. Banwell and E. 2005. B. J. oxy and deoxy haemoglobin. Organic Spectroscopy. 2008. R. L.2000. Oxford University Press. 2007. Bruice. conjugated molecules. McCash. theory and application of rotational. R. I. Keiter and R. William Kemp. Palgrave. J.

Problem – Solution. factual and inferential comprehension. resume and curriculum vitae. Information/ Desk/ Front Office/ Telephone conversation. maps and plans. Adrian Doff and Christopher Jones: Language in Use – Upper intermediate. movements. Group discussions. project and enquiry reports. invitation.MS 1001: PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION Module 1 (11 hours) Verbal Communication: received pronunciation. job application. elocution. utility. official and commercial letters. (Cambridge University Press)[2000] Sarah Freeman: Written Communication (Orient Longman)[1978] Mark Ibbotson: Cambridge English for Engineering (Cambridge University Press) November 2008 T Balasubramanian: English Phonetics for Indian Students: A Workbook(Macmillan publishers India) 2000 Chris Mounsey: Essays and Dissertation (Oxford University Press) February 2005. how to write research paper. skills of editing and revising. 7. Module 3 (11 hours) Written Communication: note making and note taking. 8. summarizing. L 3 T 0 P 0 C 3 Reference: 1. illustration. word reference. Module 2 (9 hours) Reading Comprehension: skimming and scanning. Process – Description. dress in effective communication. soft skills for professionals. self study workbook and classroom book. guessing meaning of words from context. 3. diagrams and flow charts. use and interpretation of visuals and graphics in technical writing. 6. skills of referencing. 2. 5. debates. Module 4 (11 hours) Short essays: description and argument. agenda. 4. comparison and contrast. advertisement. prediction. paragraph writing: General – Specific.Graw Hill)[2000] 32 . how to activate passive vocabulary. how to face an interview/press conference. technical/non-technical and business presentations. technical. Sidney Greenbaum: The Oxford English Grammar (Oxford University Press) March 2005 Krishna Mohan and Meera Banerji: Developing Communication Skills (Mac Millan india Ltd)[2000] Krishna Mohan and Meenakshi Raman: Effective English Communication (Tata Mc. facial expressions. gestures. using graphics in writing: tables and charts. role of body postures. graphs. Data – Comment. questioning and answer skills. what is a bibliography and how to prepare it. notice and memos.

1999. Sarma and Mani. Standard Combinatorial Circuit SSI and MSI packages (Adder. 8.Applications: Rectifier Circuits -Zener Diode.Superposition TheoremThevenin’s Theorem and Norton’s Theorem. Magnetic Flux. Tata McGraw Hill.Logic Gates and Truth Tables – Boolean Algebra – Basic canonical realizations of combinatorial circuits. trapezoidal and sinusoidal waveforms .S. RLC circuits using phasor concept . Pearson Education.K. ammeter. Electrical Measurements an Measuring Instruments. 2.Capacitance Electrostatics-Capacitance-Parallel Plate Capacitor-Capacitors in series and parallel. 2004 33 . Electric Circuits. Introduction to Cathode Ray Oscilloscope . Comparators.ZZ 1003: BASIC ELECTRICAL SCIENCES L 3 T 0 P 0 C 3 Module 1 (11 Hours) Two Terminal Element Relationships: Inductance .Faraday’s Law of Electromagnetic Induction-Lenz’s Law Self and Mutual Inductance-Inductances in Series and Parallel-Mutual Flux and Leakage Flux-Coefficient of Coupling-Dot Convention-Cumulative and Differential Connection of Coupled Coils. admittance.Analysis of a.Effective Value . Pearson.c circuits R. Block diagram of CRO Reference: 1. Module 4 (7 hours) Measuring instruments: Basics of electronic/digital voltmeter. CE. Photo diode. multimeter.16th Edition. Polar and Exponential forms. CB and CC amplifiers. 7-Segment Drivers. parallel and series-parallel a. CC) . 1997 A. Characteristics (CB. Reluctance. 5th edition.. conductance and susceptance – Power in single phase circuits – instantaneous power – average power – active power – reactive power – apparent power – power factor – complex power – Solution of series.Circuit Theorems . Priority Encoders etc) MUX-based and ROM-based implementation of combinatorial circuits.v-i relationship for Independent Voltage and Current Sources – Magnetic Circuits: MMF. Characteristics . triangle. James W Nilsson and Susan A Riedel. Pearson. 4. PHI.CRT. Instrumentation Devices and Systems.Maximum Power Transfer Theorem Module 2 (10 Hours) Single Phase AC Circuits: Alternating Quantities. RL. IR diode Bipolar Junction Transistor: Principle.Concept of impedance. 6. Introductory Digital Electronics: Transistor as a switch – switching delays. 3rd Edition. 9th Edition. LED. 2009 Adel S Zedra and Kennath C Smith.Phasor representation of sinusoidal quantities . Digital Design . Electronic Devices and Circuit Theory. Module 3 (14 hrs) Introductory Analog Electronics: Semiconductor Diode: Principle.phase difference -Addition and subtraction of sinusoids . quantitative relations for midband operation. wattmeter and energy meter. inverter operation Digital Electronics : Number Systems and Conversions. Current and Resistance. Operation.Wheeler Publishers. Analysis of Resistive Circuits: Solution of resistive circuits with independent sources. 2002 Robert L Boylestead & L Nashelsky.c circuits. 5. Oxford University Press. 2005 Golding & Widdis. Measurement of Voltage. v-i relationship for Inductance and Capacitance .Node Analysis and Mesh Analysis-Nodal Conductance Matrix and Mesh Resistance Matrix and symmetry properties of these matrices-Source Transformation. 7. 2006 Suresh Kumar K.Symbolic Representation: Cartesian.Form and Peak factors for square.Principle of working of CE. RC. 8th Edn. Electric Circuits & Networks. Sawhney: A course in Electrical and Electronic Measurements and Instrumentation. Microelectronics. Dhanpat Rai and Co. Rangan.Energy Stored in a Magnetic FieldSolution of Magnetic Circuits. 2007 Morris Mano .Energy Stored in Electrostatic Fields-. input and output resistance levels – qualitative coverage on bandwidth – cascading considerations. 3.Average Value . Code Converters.

Beer and E. rectilinear translation. Vibrations: Single degree of freedom systems. Meriam and L. problems of equilibrium. method of sections. J. centroid. John Wiley & Sons. Part B—Dynamics Module 3 (10 hours) Kinematics of a particle: Introduction. 2002. illustration using two degree-of-freedom systems. Equations of equilibrium: Free body diagram. velocity and acceleration in terms of cylindrical coordinates. simple kinematical relations and applications. conservation of mechanical energy. Johnston. equality and equivalence of vectors. Particle dynamics: Introduction. simple contact friction problems. distributed force systems. rectangular components. second moments and the product of a plane area. free bodies involving interior sections. F.1996. H. Reference: 1. Properties of surfaces: First moment. moment of a couple about a line. Kraige. laws of mechanics. rectilinear translation. alternative form of work-energy equation.L.P. conservative force field. cylindrical coordinates. the couple and couple moment. Linear momentum. Equivalent force systems: Translation of a force to a parallel position. static indeterminacy. differentiation of a vector with respect to time. moment of momentum. Newton’s law for cylindrical coordinates. moment of a force about an axis. Vector Mechanics for Engineers – Statics. polar moment of area. Newton’s law for rectangular coordinates. vector and scalar quantities. Module 4 (10 hours) Energy and momentum methods for a particle: Analysis for a single particle.ZZ 1001: ENGINEERING MECHANICS L 3 Part A--Statics Module 1 (12 hours) Fundamentals of mechanics: idealisations of mechanics. McGraw Hill Book Company 2000. forced vibration. 3. general notions. 4th Edition. rotation of axes. couple moment as a free vector. velocity and acceleration calculations. transfer theorems. 2. Module 2 (10 hours) Applications of Equations Equilibrium: Trusses: solution of simple trusses. Shames. concept of second order tensor transformation. Friction forces: laws of Coulomb friction. simplest resultant of special force systems. Important vector quantities: Position vector. Engineering Mechanics – Statics.R. moment of a force about a point. general equations of equilibrium. principal axes. impulse and momentum relations.G. T 0 P 0 C 3 34 . sinusoidal loading. method of joints. undamped and damped. Prentice Hall of India. resultant of a force system. Engineering Mechanics—Statics and Dynamics. rectangular coordinates. free vibration. introduction to multi degree of freedom systems.

2001 Thomas E French & Charkes J V. Projections of solids with axis inclined to both the planes – Projections of spheres and combination of solids. 5. pyramids. Elementary Engineering Drawing. Bhatt N.ZZ 1002: ENGINEERING GRAPHICS L 2 T 0 P 3 C 3 Module 1 (4Lecture+6drawing hours) Introduction to Engineering Graphics – Drawing instruments and their use – Different types of lines . (4Lecture+6 drawing hours) Projection of plane lamina of geometric shapes inclined to one of the reference planes – inclined to both the planes. Prentice Hall of India. D. New York. vertical and profile planes – First angle and third angle projections – Projection of points in different coordinates – Projections of lines inclined to one of the reference planes Module 2 Projections of lines inclined to both the planes – True lengths of the lines and their angles of inclination with the reference planes – Traces of lines. (2 lectures +6 drawing hours) Reference: 1. Vernier scales. New Delhi. Scales. 1992 Luzadder W J. cones. McGraw Hill Book Co.. Engineering Drawing & Graphing Technology. Traces of planes (2Lecture+3 drawing hours) Projections on auxiliary planes (2 lecture +3 drawing hours) Module 3 (4Lecture+6 drawing hours) Projections of polyhedra and solids of revolution. development of truncated solids (2 lectures +3 drawing hours) Isometric projection – Isometric scale – Isometric views – Isometric projection of prisms. New Age International Pvt. Charotar Publishing House. New Delhi. 1993 Venugopal K. (2 lectures. Diagonal scales. Fundamentals of Engineering Drawing. 2. projection of solids with axis parallel to one of the planes and parallel or perpendicular to the other plane – Projections with the axis inclined to one of the planes. Ltd.Lettering & dimensioning – Familiarization with current Indian Standard Code of Practice for Engineering Drawing. prisms. Tata McGraw Hill. 4. New Delhi. 2002 Narayana K L & Kannaiah P. development of the lateral surface of regular solids like. Anand. Introduction to orthographic projections. cylinders. cones and spheres. 3. Engineering Drawing & Graphics. cylinders. pyramids. 1994 35 . Module 4 Sections of solids by planes perpendicular to at least one of the reference planes – True shapes of sections. 3 drawing hours) Developments. Plain scales.Horizontal. spheres and solids made by combination of the above. Engineering Graphics.

1999. E. B. Input and Output: Standard input and output – Formatted output – variable length argument list – file access. for and do-while statements – break and continue statements. The C Answer Book(2/e). Reference: 1. Addison-Wesley. switch. 2. W. Module 3 (7 Hours) Pointers and Arrays: Single and multidimensional arrays . McGraw-Hill. Ritchie. Operators and Expressions: Variables and constants .ZZ 1004: COMPUTER PROGRAMMING L 2 T 0 P 0 C 2 Module 1 (7 Hours) Data Types. Gimpel. Prentice Hall. Structures and functions – Arrays of Structures – Pointers to structures – self referential structures – Type definitions – Unions. Prentice Hall. L. 1996. B. Tondo and S. C. GottFried. goto and labels.declarations . Schaum's Outline of Programming with C(2/e). 4. 1988.S. 36 . Module 4 (7 Hours) Structures and Unions: Basics of structures. The C Programming Language (2/e). Control Flow: Statements and blocks – if-else.Pointers and arrays – address arithmetic . Parameter passing – scope rules . Module 2 (7 Hours) Functions and Program structure: Basics of functions. B.recursion. 3. W. relational and logical operators – Assignment operator and expressions – conditional expressions – precedence and order of evaluation. Kernighan. while.arithmetic. Kernighan and D.Passing pointers to functions. The Practice of Programming. M. 1988.

Band gap using four probe method 3. A. 3. Measurement of e/m of electron – Thomson’s experiment 8. Solar cell characteristics 5.PH 1091: PHYSICS LAB L 0 LIST OF EXPERIMENTS 1. Reference: 1. Gupta and V. Mapping of magnetic field NOTE: Any 8 experiments have to be done. Study of voltage-current characteristics of a Zener diode.Using CRO 2.A & Attenuation 7. Academic Press (2003) S. S. Melissinos. Magnetic Hysteresis loss . 15. 2. 17. Experiments in Modern Physics. Napolitano. Laurent’s Half shade polarimeter –determination of specific rotatory power 13. Chand & Company ltd (2002). Study of P-N junction 14. Determination of Planck’s constant 9.C. Measurement of electron charge – Milliken oil drop experiment 10. J. Kumar.determination of carrier density. Measurement of Magnetic susceptibility. Double refraction – measurement of principle refractive indices. Determination of Magnetic Field along the axis of the coil 11. 6. Pragathi Prakash (2005) T 0 P 2 C 1 37 . Dani and Pokley. Newton’s rings 12. Laser – measurement of angle of divergence & determination of l using grating 16. Practical physics. Hall effect.Quincke’s Method / Gouy’s balance. Hall coefficient and mobility 4. Measurement of N.Experiments in Engineering physics. Avadhanulu.L.

determination of eutectic point.B Yadav. B.CY 1094: CHEMISTRY LABORATORY Pre-requisites: Nil Total Hours: 28 Potentiometric and conductometric titrations.H Jeffery. L 0 T 0 P 2 C 1 38 . New York. New York. colorimetry. Vogel’s Text Book of Quantitative Chemical Analysis.I Vogel. R. J Mendham.R Tatchell. Longmann Scientific and Technical. Reference: 1. A. Longman and Scientific Technical. A. Vogel’s Text Book of Practical Organic Chemistry. J. 3.C Denny. Advanced Practical Physical Chemistry. G. determination of pH. J Bassett. A.J Hannaford. Goel Publishing House. P. 1989. 2001.W. complexometric and iodimetric estimations.G Smith. John Wiley. polarimetry.S Furnis. single step organic / inorganic preparations. 2.

2. brick. 3. fan regulator. 2005 Uppal S. 4. Study of estimation and costing of wiring b. Electrical Wiring & Estimating. MCB.sanitary fittings.Common emitter amplifier b.Common emitter amplifier 6. 5. CRC Press-2001 39 . L. Terrell Croft :American Electricians' Handbook: A Reference Book for the Practical Electrical Man . sand. Familiarization of types of Fuse. New Delhi. precautions.Tab Electronics Guide to Understanding Electricity and Electronics. Identification of fault: Electronic Ballast. concrete – methods of testing (3 hours) Masonry: English bond – Flemish bond –wall –junction – one brick – one and a half brick . timber. Familiarization of electronic components colour code . Randy Slone . 2. 5. Bread board assembling – phase shift oscillator 7. a. b. b. 4. Introduction to leveling. Total duration of the work shop : 24 hours (3×7 = 21 hours (lab work) + 3 hours test). Mc. Wiring of one lamp controlled by one switch. Soldering practice .CIVIL ENGINEERING WORKSHOP (PART OF ZZ 1091: WORKSHOP PRACTICE I) L 0 T 0 P 3 C 2 Introduction to Construction Materials: Cement. (9 hours) There will be an evaluation in the last week which will be in the form of a written test. pump motor..McGraw-Hill.Arch construction. a. Familiarization of wiring tools. Study of Electric shock phenomenon. ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING WORKSHOP (4 weeks) (Part of ZZ 1091: WORKSHOP PRACTICE I) L 0 T 0 P 3 C 2 Four exercises from the following list of Exercises are to be carried out.GrawHill. Earthing b. a. 3. Watt. a. inverter. lighting and wiring accessories. Control and maintenance: Mixer machine. multimeters. Wiring of one lamp controlled by two SPDT Switch and one 3 pin plug socket independently. Study of estimation and costing of soldering –PCB: 3 phase connections b. (6 hours) Plumbing: Study of water supply and sanitary fittings—water supply pipe fitting –tap connections . control. structural steel. Study of soldering components. K B Raina & S K Bhattacharya: Electrical Design Estimating and costing. various types of wiring systems. (3 hours) Surveying: Introduction to land surveying and linear measurements. New Age International Publishers. 2003 John H. Electric Iron.The Resource Handbook of Electronics. Domestic appliances – Wiring PCB. preventions. a. ELCB etc. Bread board assembling . 2000 Jerry C Whitaker . Reference: 1. a. heat sink. tools. b.Inverting amplifier circuit 8. Khanna Publishers---5th edition. Domestic appliance – Wiring. 1. 2002 G. b. Battery etc. Wiring of fluorescent lamp controlled by one switch from panel with ELCB & MCB. fan motor. a. coarse aggregate. Soldering practice . UPS etc. solders. a.

Earthing b. pipe joints. preventions. types of joints. CRC Press-2001 ZZ 1092: WORKSHOP PRACTICE II (Eight classes of 3 hour duration each) L 0 T 0 P 3 C 2 The course is intended to expose the student to the manufacturing processes through hands on training in the sections of Central Workshop. joint preparation. Wiring of one lamp controlled by two SPDT Switch and one 3 pin plug socket independently. a.ZZ 1092: WORKSHOP PRACTICE II ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING WORKSHOP (4 WEEKS) Four exercises from the following list of Exercises are to be carried out. After the course. selection of different gauge sheets. Soldering practice . a simple step turning exercise.GrawHill.Tab Electronics Guide to Understanding Electricity and Electronics. a. Wiring of one lamp controlled by one switch. Familiarization of types of Fuse. one typical joint. 2002 G. Study of soldering components.Inverting amplifier circuit 8.chipping. marking and sawing practice. Familiarization of wiring tools. about male and female joints. 4. fan motor. a. and learns the properties of different materials at varying conditions. Mc. Control and maintenance: Mixer machine. 40 . Study of estimation and costing of soldering –PCB: 3 phase connections b. 3) Welding: Study of arc and gas welding. fabrication of a tray or a funnel 7) Plumbing Practice: Study of tools.Common emitter amplifier 6. 2. New Age International Publishers.McGraw-Hill. heat sink. accessories. various types of wiring systems. measuring devices. cutting. fan regulator. b. and threading 8) Lathe Exercise: Study of the basic lathe operations. the student acquires the skill in using various tools. Electric Iron. solders. b.Common emitter amplifier b. Domestic appliances – Wiring PCB. a. Terrell Croft :American Electricians' Handbook: A Reference Book for the Practical Electrical Man . 1) Carpentry: Study of tools and joints – plaining. UPS etc. Randy Slone . Khanna Publishers---5th edition. Identification of fault: Electronic Ballast. Study of Electric shock phenomenon. 2003 John H. 6) Sheet Metal work: Study of tools. cutting. Bread board assembling – phase shift oscillator 7. sand preparation. precautions. moulding practice. 3. Electrical Wiring & Estimating. study of pipe fittings.Tee halving/Mortise and Tenon/ Dovetail 2) Fitting: Study of tools. tapping. lighting and wiring accessories.The Resource Handbook of Electronics. 2005 Uppal S. L. Study of estimation and costing of wiring b. 3. 2. Reference: 1. Watt. Domestic appliance – Wiring. K B Raina & S K Bhattacharya: Electrical Design Estimating and costing. Wiring of fluorescent lamp controlled by one switch from panel with ELCB & MCB. Bread board assembling . a. Exercise of a single V joint 4) Smithy: Study of tools. pump motor. b. Familiarization of electronic components colour code . chiseling. inverter. L 0 T 0 P 3 C 2 1. 4. MCB. 5. 5. a. tools. stepped jointsone simple exercise of single V joint for welding exercise. 2000 Jerry C Whitaker .. a. Soldering practice . control. Battery etc. forging of square or hexagonal prism/ chisel/bolt 5) Foundry: Study of tools. a. filing. b. ELCB etc. multimeters. drilling. New Delhi.

Shop Theory. 2007 41 . New Delhi. American Welding Society. Parts 1 & 2.... Prentice Hall India. Miami. Co. Rishi Sringal. Mridul Singal. Manufacturing Engineering & Technology. Pearson Steven R. 4th Edition. Metals Park. 2008.A. 1998 5) Serope Kalpakjian. Schmid Education (Asia) Inc. 2002 7) Olson D.Ltd. Illinois. 11) R. New Delhi.Singal. 4th Edition.L. 2002. Ltd. 2002 2) Hajra Choudhury. Modern Engineering Workshop Practice Odhams Press.Workshop Technology Vol 1 & 2.Reference: 1) Chapman W... Basic Mechanical Engineering. Wood and Wood working. Wood Working with Machines. Workshop Technology.K. Tata McGraw Hill. Delhi. 2004 3) Welding Handbook. 6) Anderson J.W.. Bombay.H.. 1995 9) Tuplin W. 1992 8) Douglass J. Ohio. McKnight &McKnight Pub. Brazing & Soldering. Welding. Viva Books P. Vol 6. Jain.J. 1996 10) P.A. Principles of Foundry Technology. Tata McGraw Hill. Media Promoters & Publishers P. American Society of Metals. 2000 4) Metals Handbook.

sampling. doping. MOSFET. PCM. 1992 B P Lathi: Signal Processing & Linear Systems. 2007 George Kennedy: Electronic Communication Systems. speed and bandwidth. signal-to-noise ratio. 3. 2. Reference: 1. simple analog and digital filter configurations. 2000 42 . MGH. Oxford University Press. Module 3(7 hours) Communication basics: Signals and noise. Band structure of Silicon. PN junctions. simple inverter configurations. Module 4 (7 hours) Basics of linear circuit design: Transfer function. Millman & Halkias: Electronic Devices & Circuits. superposition of signals and noise. ideas of AM and FM. noise immunity.EC 1001: INTRODUCTION TO ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING L 2 T 0 P 0 C 2 Module 1 (7 hours) Basics of Electronics: Semiconductors. large scale integration concepts. MGH. Module 2 (7 hours) Signal Processing basics: Filtering.

The sampling distribution of the mean ( σ known and σ unknown ).. I. Estimation of curvilinear regression models.General principles.Bi-variate Normal distribution.MA 2001: MATHEMATICS III L 3 T 1 P 0 C 3 Module 1: (11L + 4 T) Probability distributions:. Introduction to Probability and statistics for Engineers. S. Hyper. Mean and variance of a probability distribution. Analysis of r x c tables. Poisson distribution. 3. 2000. Hypothesis concerning one mean. Chi – square test for goodness of fit. Hypothesis concerning two variances . PHI. hypothesis concerning correlation coefficient. Miller and Freund’s Probability and Statistics for Engineers.M. Hypothesis concerning several proportions. Weibull distribution. Completely randomized designs.. & Rubin D. Delhi 2005. New Delhi. Statistics for Management. Ross. Method of least squares. Point estimation and interval estimation. Hypothesis concerning one variance.Population and samples. Analysis of covariance. Normal Distribution. Reference: 1. Beta distribution. Module 3: (10 L + 3 T) Inference concerning variances proportions:. Randomized block diagram. Gamma distribution. Estimation of simple regression models and hypothesis concerning regression coefficients. Uniform distribution. Estimation of proportions . 2. Maximum Likelihood Estimation. Geometric distribution. S. A. 2004. Tests of hypothesis. 43 . Analysis of variance:.Random variables. Johnson. Joint distribution of two random variables. marginal and conditional distributions. Latin square designs. Sampling distribution of the variance. R. point estimation and interval estimation of mean and variance. Module 2: (11L + 3 T) Sampling distributions and Inference concerning means:. 7th edn. Module 4: (10 L + 4 T) Regression Analysis:. Chebyshev’s theorem.joint. 3rd edn..Estimation of variances . Binomial distribution. Academic Press(Elsevier).geometric distribution. Correlation coefficient.estimation of correlation coefficient. Inference concerning two means. Hypothesis concerning one proportion . 6th edn. Levin R. Curve fitting. PHI.

Wiley Eastern. capacitance and mutual inductance . Symmetrical Two Port Reactive Filters: Filter fundamentals .Maximum power transfer theorem – Reciprocity Theorem . 1999. Inc.Frequency response from pole-zero plot by geometrical interpretation. Van Valkenburg M E. Network and Systems.Properties of positive real functions. Module 2 (11 hours) S-Domain Analysis of Circuits .Transformation of a circuit into S-domain Transformed equivalent of inductance.S.Complete Response – Analysis of RC and RL circuits with impressed DC voltage – RC network as differentiator and integrator Compensated Attenuators – DC transients in RLC circuits. Transients in linear circuits: Initial Conditions . 5th Ed.Node analysis and mesh analysis of the transformed circuit Network functions .Brune's positive real functions .Series. Ryder J.k high pass filter-m-derived T and π sections and their applications for infinite attenuation and filter terminations .Admittance .RC elementary synthesis operations .Zero input response .Properties of RC network functions . Networks. Desoer C. 1985. 7. 5. Oxford University Press.A. 3.Pass and stop bands .. Introduction to Modern Network Synthesis. Kimmerly. Hayt. F. Module 3 (11 hours) Two port networks: Characterization in terms of impedance . Kuo.Foster and Cauer forms of RC and RL networks. 1993.Even and odd functions . Prentice Hall. II Ed.. Roy Choudhary...Hybrid and transmission parameters Inter relationships among parameter sets . 2. 1991. Introduction to Network Topology: Definition of basic terms – Incidence matrix – Tie-sets . 6.k low pass filter Constant . B.Driving point functions .E.Zero state response . Franklin.Strum's theorem . John Wiley and Sons. 2nd Ed.. & Kuh E.Review of Laplace transform .. 44 . McGraw Hill.Application of maximum modulus theorems . Reference: 1. Network Analysis and Synthesis.Superposition theorem .Interconnection of two port networks . Lathi.D. Linear Systema and Signals. 1960.Impulse response and Transfer function . Van Valkenberg M. 8. Lines and Fields. parallel and cascade..Millman’s theorem. P. 2nd Ed. Bode plots.Impedance and admittance in the transform domain . 2nd Ed. Engineering Circuit Analysis. 2006.EC 2011: NETWORK THEORY L 3 T 0 P 0 C 3 Module 1 (11 hours) Review of Network Theorems: Thevenin's & Norton's theorem . 1988. 4.Band pass and band elimination filters.Characteristic impedance and propagation constant of a symmetrical two port network.LC network synthesis .Steady state response and Frequency response from Laplace transform Frequency response by transform evaluation on j-axis . Symmetrical two port networks: T and π Equivalent of a two port network . John Wiley & sons.Cut-sets: Analysis and formulation of network equations using tie-set and cut-set.Constant . Network Analysis 3rd Edition. Prentice Hall 1974. Basic Circuit Theory.Properties of Hurwitz polynomials . Module 4 (9 hours) Synthesis: Positive real functions . Testing driving point functions . McGraw-Hill.Poles and Zeros – Restriction of pole and zero locations of network functions .Image impedance .Driving point synthesis .

DTL and ECL gates . R. Floyd. S. Englewood Cliffs. V Ed. Digital Systems . 5.EC 2012: LOGIC DESIGN Module 1 (14 hours) Review of number systems and Boolean algebra .. . Combinational circuit design using Multiplexers. L. ROM.Interfacing BJT and CMOS gates L 4 T 0 P 0 C 4 Reference: 1. 8.. M. Module 3 (14 hours) Design and analysis of sequential circuits: General model of sequential networks . Prentice Hall. 2002 Mano M. Comparators and parity generators.Fundamentals of RTL. Addison Wesley. 2. Module 4 (14 hours) Logic families . Lewin D.Tristate logic – Wired logic and bus oriented structure – Practical aspects Schottky and other TTL gates . 1980 Tocci. 3. I. & Protheroe D. 10th Ed.Principles and Applications. Digital Design: Principles and Practices. N.1998. 2nd Ed. 2009 Taub & Schilling: Digital Integrated Electronics. 6. 45 . 2007 Wakerly J F. multiplexers and demultiplexers. Module 2 (14 hours) Introduction to Sequential circuits: Latches and flip-flops (RS. Practical design aspects: Timing and triggering considerations in the design of synchronous circuits – Set up time . June 2005.Hold time – Clock skew. D. MGH. 7.TTL logic family . Jaico Publishers. 1993. NJ. J. Contemporary Logic Design. 4.TTL transfer characteristics TTL input and output characteristics . W. Prentice Hall. JK. Prentice Hall 1993. An Engineering Approach to Digital Design. Katz R.CMOS inverter . Computer System Architecture. Variable Entered Mapping: VEM plotting theory – VEM Reading theory – Minimization and combinational design. Demultiplexers.... Prentice-Hall.MOS inverter .. decoders and encoders.State diagrams – Analysis and design of Synchronous sequential Finite Sate Machine – State reduction – Minimization and design of the next state decoder. Counters: Design of single mode counters and multimode counters – Ripple Counters – Synchronous counters Shift registers – Shift Register counters – Random Sequence Generators. Fletcher.. PLA. 1992. Examples of combinational digital circuits: Arithmetic Circuits. 9. Inc. Prentice-Hall. Design of Logic Systems. Digital Fundamentals.Simplification of functions using Karnaugh map and Quine McCluskey methods .Boolean function implementation. T and Master Slave) .Design of a clocked flip-flop – Flip-flop conversion .H.Speed power product .. PAL. Fundamentals of Logic Design.MOS gates .Rise and fall time in MOS and CMOS gates . University and Professional Division. and Widner. II Ed. Chapman & Hall. Roth C.Practical clocking aspects concerning flip-flops. T. Asynchronous sequential logic: Analysis and Design – Race conditions and Cycles – Hazards in combinational circuits – Hazard free realization.

Frequency limitations of BJTs. steady state carrier generation. Physics of Semiconductor Devices. Device Electronics for Integrated circuits. MOSFET scaling [12 hours] Reference: Ben G Streetman . 2002. surface potential. switching characteristics. Electron effective mass. George W.transfer and drain characteristics. 5. 1999. KP Model. Prentice Hall. threshold voltage. time independent Schrödinger Equation. Pearson Education Donald A Neaman. Neudeck. tunneling phenomenon. 3. Prentice Hall. 2003. transient and AC conditions.Pinch-off and Saturation. 9. Neudeck. 8. current voltage characteristics Module 3 (12 hours) Bipolar junction transistor: Fundamentals of BJT operation. Forward and reverse bias junctions. 1. McGraw Hill. energy band gapDirect and indirect band gap semiconductors. Kluwer Academic Publishers. depletion and inversion. Physics of semiconductor devices. Neudeck. 2004. 1993 S. access online at (NITC intranet) http://www. CV characteristics. Li. conductivity. 6. M. Modular Series on Solid State Devices: Volume VI: Advanced Semiconductor Fundamentals. work function difference.M. [3hours] Metal Insulator semiconductor devices: The ideal MOS capacitor. 5e. 10. George W. Neudeck. BJT models. 1988. Prentice Hall. intrinsic and extrinsic semiconductors. McGraw Hill. continuity equation [10 hours] Module 2 (10 hours) PN Junction: PN junction at equilibrium. Plenum press. John Wiley and Sons.EC 2013: SOLID STATE DEVICES L 4 T 0 P 0 C 4 Module 1 (19 hours) Band theory of solids: Review of quantum mechanics. Solid state devices. Gerold W.Sze. 2003. 1989. Band theory of solids. [9 hours] Carrier Statistics: Charge carriers in semiconductors. Fermi Dirac statistics. Richard S. electron tapped in finite potential well. Neudeck. Module 4 (15 hours) Field Effect Transistors: The Junction FET .com/content/978-1-4020-7018-1/ 7. forward and reverse bias. transfer characteristics. quasi Fermi levels. Pierret and Gerold W. Muller and Theodore I. drift and diffusion of carriers. John Wiley India. R.springerlink. 1990 12. minority carrier profiles. mobility. Heisenberg’s uncertainty principle. effects of real surfaces. carrier life time. Neudeck. solutions for a free electron. accumulation. Prentice Hall. Modular Series on Solid State Devices: Volume I: Semiconductor Fundamentals. Semiconductor physical electronics.Gate control. Pierret. 46 . band diagrams at equilibrium. steady state conditions. F. S. Pierret and Gerold W. non ideal junctions MS contacts: Rectifying and ohmic contacts. interface charge. carrier transport. Modular Series on Solid State Devices: Volume III: The Bipolar Junction Transistor. Robert F. 2002. 11. active and cut off characteristics. Output characteristics. Introduction to Semiconductor Materials and Devices.. Prentice Hall. Jean-Pierre Colinge. wave nature of election. sub threshold characteristics. MOSFET. Kamins.saturation. Modular Series on Solid State Devices: Volume IV: Field Effect Devices. Tyagi. Semiconductor physics and devices. Robert F. recombination. 2. 1989. E-k diagram. 4. Gerold W. 2nd ed. 2003 Sheng S. break down of junctions. Modular Series on Solid State Devices: Volume II: The PN Junction Diode.

Analysis using Transform methods and MATLAB". 1998 Douglas K.Fourier Transform and integral – Fourier Transform theorems – power spectral density and energy spectral density – Hilbert Transform – In-phase and quadrature representation of bandpass signals Frequency domain analysis of LTI systems: Frequency response Function – signal transmission through a linear system – ideal filters – band width and rise time Module 3 ( 8 hours) Sampling: sampling theorem – sampling with Zero Order Hold and reconstruction – interpolation Frequency analysis of discrete time signals and systems – Discrete time Fourier series and Discrete time Fourier Transform – Frequency response function – Discrete Fourier Transform. Module 2 (12 hours) Signal analysis: Signals and vectors – inner product of signals – norm. 9. 5. "Signals and Linear Systems".Causality and stability considerations.Signal taxonomy.V. "Signals and Systems . 2004. McGraw Hill.Analysis of LSI systems . 6. Lindner. Signals & Systems. Oxford University Press.. Robert A.. 1996 Haykin S. P. Ziemer. John Wiley. Richard A. J.P.H. Modern Digital & Analog Communication Systems.F. 7. 3.Frequency response from pole – zero plot Reference: 1. Module 4 (11 hours) Laplace transform: Region of convergence – Analysis of continuous time systems – Transfer function – Frequency response from pole – zero plot Z-transform: Region of convergence – Properties of ROC and Z transform . Gabel. Lathi.S. Linear Systems and Signals.1999. Systems : Time-domain representation and analysis of LTI and LSI systems – Convolution -Convolution sum. step functions and other singularity functions.impulse function. Oxford University Press. Tranter and D. Roberts.basic operations on signals. Prentice Hall. 2001 R.. John Wiley and Sons (SEA) Private Limited. B.1999 Taylor F. 1994 Lathi B. Principles of Signals & Systems. "Introduction to Signals and Systems".notion of length of signal and distance between signals– orthogonal signal space – Fourier series representation . Third edition.EC 2014: SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS L 3 T 0 P 0 C 3 Module 1 (11 hours) Elements of signal theory: Signals as functions.. 2003 47 . Tata Mc Graw Hill Edition. convolution integral and their evaluation . W. Oppenheim A.V. 4th Edn. Signals and Systems . Willsky A. Signals and Systems. M. & Veen B. Mc-Graw Hill International Edition. Roberts. 2. Tata McGraw Hill.Continuous and Discrete. 8. Fannin.H.H.R. 4. 1995.Some signal models .Transfer function. Second edition . & Nawab S..

T 0 P 3 C 2 Reference: 1.Low pass. 6.Half wave . Full wave & Bridge rectifiers Resonance circuits . 3. Pearson Education 2.Zener regulator . Semiconductor physics and devices. Familiarization of CRO. Solid state devices. 2002. 5e.Series and Parallel resonance. 7. CB & CE. Donald A Neaman. MGH.EC 2018: BASIC ELECTRONICS LAB L 0 1. 5. high pass and band pass filters. Function Generators. Rectifiers.Series Voltage Regulator. Voltage regulators. McGraw Hill. Calculation of h-parameters JFET characteristics. 1996 48 . Power Supplies and multi-meters Diode characteristics: silicon. 9. Millman & Halkias : `Integrated Electronics’. Ben G Streetman . 8.passive filters. Calculation of FET parameters Uni-junction Transistor characteristics and relaxation oscillator Design of filter circuits. 2. germanium and zener diodes BJT characteristics. 4. 2003 3.

Digital & Switching Waveforms. 9. 1996 2. 8. Millman & Halkias : `Integrated Electronics’. 10. Flip flops and oscillators using logic gates. 3. Soldering and troubleshooting of working circuits. MGH. 2.(Variable and Fixed types) Linear Voltage regulators. Jacob Millman & Herbert Taub: Pulse. McGraw Hill Book Company 1998 4. PHI. 4. Waveform generators using OP Amps. 6. Voltage Multiplier circuits.EC 2019: ELECTRONICS WORKSHOP L 0 T 0 P 3 C 2 1. TMGH 1995 49 .using simulation tools) Reference: 1. (PCB fabrication and circuit development ) Assignment.(Variable and Fixed types) Single stage Amplifier and troubleshooting methods. Robert Boylestad & Louis Nashelsky : `Electronic Devices & Circuit Theory’. (Project circuit simulation. 5. Sergio Franco. ‘Design with Operational Amplifiers and Analog Integrated Circuits’. Multivibrators using Transistors and ICs. Mini project. Zener Voltage regulators. 11. 7. Familiarisation and Testing methods of Active and Passive components.1995 3.

Advanced Engineering Mathematics. Wave equation. Linear fractional Transformations. Bessel functions. Derivative . & Barret L. Modeling: Vibrating String. Geometry of Analytic functions: Conformal mapping. Module 2: (12L + 4T) Partial differential Equations : Basic Concepts.Christoffel transformation.2006. Laurent’s series. Singularities and Zeros. R. Advanced Engineering Mathematics.Reimann equations. Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations of the first order. Elements of Partial Differential Equations. Separation of variables.MA 2002: MATHEMATICS IV L 3 T 1 P 0 C 3 Module 1 : (11L + 4T) Series Solutions and Special Functions : Power series solutions of differential equations. Cauchy’s Integral formula. Residue integration method. Schwarz .1995. Charpit’s Method. Reference: 1. Solution of a Partial Differential Equations by Laplace transforms. 3. Linear Equations of the first order. Cauchy’s Integral Theorem. 2. 1994. Mc Graw Hill. John Wiley & Sons. Derivatives of analytic functions. I. Sturm. D’Alembert’s Solution of the wave equation.Power series. Classification of second order partial differential equations. Functions given by power series. Legendre Polynomials. New York. Frobenius Method. Laplace equation. Analytic function. Use of Fourier Series. Laplace’s equation. Cauchy’s problem for first order equations.Liouville’s Problems. Orthogonal eigenfunction expansions. 1999 . Legendre Equation. Sneddon. Dover Publications. Cauchy. Kreyszig E. Applied Partial Differential Equations. Bessel functions of the second kind. Theory of power series method. Taylor series and Maclaurin’s series. Heat equation: solution by Fourier Integrals and transforms. Heat equation: Solution by Fourier series. PWS – KENT publishing company. 50 . Trim. Bessel’s Equation. Special Types of first order equations. Donald W. 6th Edition. C. Evaluation of real Integrals. Transformation by other functions. 8th Edition. 4. Module 3: (10L + 3T) Complex Numbers and Functions: Complex functions. Module 4: (9L + 3T) Complex Integration : Line integral in the Complex plane.N. Wylie C.. New York.

6.2002 Millman & Grabel : Microelectronics : MGH 1989 Richard C. PHI. MCGraw Hill 2003 Millman & Halkias : `Integrated Electronics’. Darlington pair – Wide banding using inductors. 8. lower cut off frequency hybrid π equivalent circuit of BJT . Voltage series. 5. 1996 D L Schilling & C Belove : `Electronic Circuits’.Voltage and current time base generators .Non saturating switches Astable.Bias stabilty . Wein bridge. 4. 11. Neamen. B. Hartley and Crystal oscillators Module 4 (14 hours) Switching characteristics of a BJT . MGH.Analyses and design of CC. 7. Oxford University Press. 2002 Robert Boylestad & Louis Nashelsky : `Electronic Devices & Circuit Theory’. 2nd Edition. Jaeger : Microelectronic circuit design. C. Wide band amplifiers . MGH 2007 51 . Current series and Current shunt feedback configurations – Loop gain – Stability of feedback circuit – Bode plots – Nyquist stability criterion – Phase and gain margins – Oscillators – Basic principles of oscillators – Analysis of RC Phase Shift.Analyses and design of common source. Colpitts. PHI. cascode amplifier.EC 2021: ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS I L 4 T 0 P 0 C 4 Module 1 (16 hours) Basic BJT amplifiers: Biasing schemes . CE and CB configurations .BJT switches with inductive and capacitive loads . AB.2003 Mark N Horenstein : `Microelectronic Circuits & Devices’.miller effect . Digital & Switching Waveforms. D & S power amplifiers . 9.high frequency response of BJT amplifiers –upper cut off frequency – transition frequency .Load line concept . common drain and common gate amplifier configurations – Thermal runaway in MOS amplifiers Power amplifiers . high frequency response of FET amplifiers.Miller & bootstrap configurations Reference: 1. 2.1998 Jacob Millman & Herbert Taub: Pulse.Wide banding techniques – CC–CE /CD-CS cascade.Harmonic distortion – Conversion efficiency and relative performance Module 2 (12 hours) Frequency response of amplifiers – Low frequency response of BJT and FET amplifiers. 10. MGH.RC coupled and transformer coupled multistage amplifiers –– Thermal runaway in BJT amplifiers FET amplifiers: Biasing of JFET and MOSFET . monostable and bistable multivibrators using BJT and negative resistance devices .1995 William H Hayt Jr : `Electronic Circuit Analysis & Design’. Electronic Circuit Analysis and Design. TMGH 1995 Donald A.1994 Theodore F Bogart : `Electronic Devices & Circuits’. Third Ed.Class A. Module 3 (14 hours) Feedback and stability – Introduction to negative feedback – Basic feedback concepts – Ideal feedback topologies .Voltage shunt. 3. A S Sedra & K C Smith : `Microelectronic Circuits’.

Module 2 (12 hours) Magnetostatics: Lorentz force. 1999 Matthew N. group velocity. electric field.EC 2022: ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELD THEORY L 4 T 0 P 0 C 4 Module 1 (15 hours) Review of Vector Calculus: Orthogonal coordinate systems. Divergence and Curl of vector fields. PHI. 4. magnetic flux density. Oxford University Press. impedance matching techniques. David J Griffiths: Introduction to Electrodynamics. Electromagnetic Waves: EM waves in vacuum and in matter. dielectric boundary Transmission lines: Quasi-TEM analysis. inductance. solutions to electrostatic boundary problems. Fifth edition. O. electric displacement. 2001 Nannapaneni Narayana Rao: Elements of Engineering Electromagnetics. Poisson’s equation. field inside a dielectric. boundary conditions. energy and momentum in electromagnetic field. Poynting’s theorem. magnetic field inside matter. continuity equation. flux and Gauss’s law. magnetic materials. torque and force on magnetic dipoles. Lorentz gauge. displacement current. Sadiku: Elements of Electromagnetics. monochromatic plane waves. MGH. Maxwell’s equations. capacitors. Fourth edition. magnetization. Pearson Education Asia. 2. 5. 3. induced dipoles and polarization.1999 David Cheng: Field and Wave Electromagnetics. magnetic field intensity. work and energy in electrostatics. magnetic susceptibility and permeability. boundary conditions Module 3 (16 hours) Electrodynamics: Electromagnetic induction. boundary conditions. method of images. electric potential. Ampere’s law. 2006 J D Krauss: Electromagnetics. Third edition. surface charge and induced charge on conductors. Biot-Savart law. Second edition. retarded potentials. Electrostatics: Coulomb’s law. Coordinate transformation. curl and divergence of electrostatic fields. electric susceptibility. wave polarization. permittivity and dielectric constant. characteristic impedance. standing wave ratio. Gradient of scalar fields. Laplace’s equation. Module 4 (13 hours) Refection and transmission at interfaces: Normal and Oblique incidence of uniform plane electromagnetic waves at conducting boundary. divergence and curl of flux density. Prentice Hall. Smith Chart Reference : 1. Fourth Edition. magnetic vector potential. 1992 52 .

Programming concepts. Lyla B. Pearson Education. 2010 Muhammed Ali Mazidi. Janice Gillispie Mazidi .Das.PPI 8255 -Timer8253/54 –Keyboard Display Interface 8279-DMA Controller 8237Programmable Interrupt Controller 8259 Module 4 (10 hours) Intel 8051 microcontroller : architecture –ports. timers.Programming using instructions for data transfer . Pearson Education 53 .2008 . Interfacing chips. 2. interrupts.arithmetic.EC 2023: MICROPROCESSORS AND MICRO CONTROLLERS L 3 T 0 P 0 C 3 Module 1 (5 hours) Introduction: History of microprocessors –Basics of computer architecture-Computer languages –CISC and RISCReview of binary arithmetic Module 2 (15hours) Intel 8086 processor: The architecture of 8086 ––use of MASM .Rolin D Mc Kinlay . Second Edition .The 8051 Microcontroller and Embedded Systems Using Assembly and C . The x86 Microprocessors . clock and power on reset of 8086-minimum and maximum modes. serial data transmission instruction set programming Reference: 1. logical and shift and rotate operations String manipulations – Procedures-Macros-ASCII operations-high level language constructs –I/O instructions–Modular programming Module 3 (12 hours) Hardware and Interfacing: The pin configuration.

Ziemer and W. 1998.TRF and super-heterodyne receivers. Random processes as inputs to linear time invariant systems: Gaussian processes as inputs to LTI systems. R.threshold effects in angle modulated systems.Fundamental Theorem of expectation. JAICO Publishing House. ergodicity of the mean. characteristic functions. wide-sense stationarity (WSS). Frequency modulation (FM). PrenticeHall. H. modulators and transmitters.SNR performance. signals and information. ergodicity: general definition. 2/e. Generation of FM signals. 3/e.Image frequency. Wideband FM. ratio detector.auto-correlation function.Amplitude modulation. performance metrics and data rate limits. Pearson Education. Amplitude limiting. Tata McGraw-Hill. Narrowband FM. PLL based FM detection. Module 4 (14 Hours) Radio Receivers .Basic FM demodulators. white Gaussian noise. Propagation characteristics of AM signals. DSB-SC and SSB demodulation. cyclo stationarity . AM spectrum. Woods. W. mean and auto-correlation function. auto-covariance function. 2003.Phase modulation-relationship between FM and PM signals. 2. power and banwidth calculations. 2001 B. 54 .H. Lathi. New Delhi. functions of several random variables.Wiener-Khinchine theorem. power relations. Cross-correlation and cross-covariance function Stationary processes: Strict-sense stationarity. J.EC 2024: FUNDAMENTALS OF COMMUNICATION L 4 T 0 P 0 C 4 Module 1 (14 Hours) Fundamental of communication systems. Performance of analog modulation schemes in the presence of channel noise: Signal to Noise Ratio (SNR) performance of baseband systems – SNR performance of AM systems. Stark.. Time averaging and ergodicity: Time averages . Probability and Random Processes with Applications to Signal Processing. and power spectral density of a WSS random process .P. FM spectrum. Random Variables and Random Signal Principles. Random variables: Discrete and continuous random variables . Reference: 1. Vestigial sideband modulation and spectrum. nth order joint distribution. ergodicity of the auto-correlation function. John G Proakis and M. Salehi. AM demodulation . Module 3 (14 Hours) Introduction to carrier modulation . Principles of Communications. Review of Fourier series and Transforms – Energy/Power Spectral Density. Probability. conditional probability densities.Automatic gain control.independence and uncorrelation Transformations of random variables: scalar valued function of one random variable. Transmission bandwidth. conditional probability distributions functions. Generation of AM signals.interpretation. joint probability densities. Tranter. 3. Peyton Z. DSBSC/SSBSC spectrum. Modern Digital and Analog Communication. Intermediate frequency (IF). 4/e. low-pass and band-pass processes. 2001. product modulators. cross-correlation function. double sideband suppressed carrier (DSBSC) and single sideband modulation (SSB) schemes.Probability distribution functions – Expectation – Higher order moments -moment generating function. mean and variance. square-law modulators and balanced modulators . Communication System Engineering.Frequency translation and frequency division multiplexing.direct and indirect methods.E. envelope (non-coherent) detection of AM signals. Module 2 (14 Hours) Random processes: Introduction and specification. Oxford University Press. FM demodulation . Peebles Jr. Noise in angle modulated systems . 4. Random vectors: Joint probability distribution functions. system block Diagram. 5. 2002.coherent detection. Preemphasis and de-emphasis. Correlation and covariance .

7. TMGH 1995 Donald A. Reference: 1. 5. BJT and JFET Biasing schemes and Bias Stability comparison Emitter follower – frequency and phase response Single stage BJT amplifier – Frequency Response Single stage JFET amplifier – Frequency Response Power amplifier – Class A and Class AB Two stage RC coupled amplier – Frequency Response Cascode Amplifier – Frequency Response Feedback amplifiers Phase Shift Oscillator Colpitts/Hartley Oscillators Astable. Oxford University Press. 2nd Edition. MGH. Third Ed. PHI. Neamen. A S Sedra & K C Smith : `Microelectronic Circuits’. 9. 10. Digital & Switching Waveforms. 11.2002 Millman & Grabel : Microelectronics : MGH 1989 Richard C.2003 Mark N Horenstein : `Microelectronic Circuits & Devices’. 4. 2. 3. 2. Jaeger : Microelectronic circuit design. PHI. MGH 2007 55 . 1996 D L Schilling & C Belove : `Electronic Circuits’.1998 Jacob Millman & Herbert Taub: Pulse.1995 William H Hayt Jr : `Electronic Circuit Analysis & Design’.EC 2028: ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS LABORATORY – I L 0 1. 8. Monostable and Bistable Multivibrator with BJT T 0 P 3 C 2 The experimental results obtained in the lab may be compared with the circuit simulation results. MCGraw Hill 2003 Millman & Halkias : `Integrated Electronics’. 9. MGH. 5. 6. 8. 2002 Robert Boylestad & Louis Nashelsky : `Electronic Devices & Circuit Theory’.1994 Theodore F Bogart : `Electronic Devices & Circuits’. Electronic Circuit Analysis and Design. 3. 4. 7. 6. 10. 11.

4. MGH. 5. 8. R. Johnson & Ring counters. Roth C. Prentice-Hall.. 2009 Taub & Schilling: Digital Integrated Electronics. Jaico Publishers. NJ. of TTL gates T 0 P 3 C 2 Reference: 1..H. S.. 3. Prentice-Hall.. June 2005. 3. 8. Computer System Architecture. Design of Logic Systems. Lewin D. Comparators). Digital Systems . Measurement of Sinking and Sourcing currents etc. Prentice Hall.EC 2029: LOGIC DESIGN LAB L 0 1.. Fundamentals of Logic Design.Half and full address and subtractors.1998. Flip flop circuit (RS latch. J. V Ed. Combinational Logic design using decoders and MUXs. Inc. 56 . Digital Fundamentals. 5. 1992. & Protheroe D.. 2002 Mano M. M. 9. Prentice Hall 1993. Englewood Cliffs. Contemporary Logic Design. Floyd. Katz R. II Ed.. 4. Transfer Characteristics . 2nd Ed. Arithmetic circuits – design using adder ICs. Arithmetic circuits . T. 1980 Tocci. 7. Chapman & Hall. 6. 2. An Engineering Approach to Digital Design. Sequential Circuit designs (sequence detector circuit). L. Addison Wesley. 1993.Principles and Applications. 10th Ed.. Asynchronous Counters Synchronous counters. N. Prentice Hall. JK & master slave) using basic gates. 9. I. Digital Design: Principles and Practices. and Widner. Fletcher. 7. BCD adder. 6. University and Professional Division. Combinational Logic design using basic gates (Code Converters. 2007 Wakerly J F. W. 2.

N. John Wiley 2003 Sedra A.E.Circuit Design.simplified schematic circuit of op-amp 741 . 5.W. ‘Principles of Active Network Synthesis & Design’. 2.Track and hold errors .slew rate – CMRR. Sergio Franco.II Pre-requisite: EC 2021 L 4 T 0 P 0 C 4 Module 1 (16 hours) Basic BJT/FET Differential amplifier – DC transfer characteristics – Small signal analysis –Differential and Common mode gain and input impedance– Concept of CMRR – Methods to improve CMRR – Constant current source – active load .log and antilog amplifiers .linear sweep circuits Module 3 (12 hours) Butterworth. Chebychev and Bessel approximations to ideal low pass filter characteristics .Dual slope ADC Phase Locked Loop – Block schematic and analysis of PLL – Lock range and capture range – Typical applications of PLL (eg. “Microelectronic Circuits’.current to voltage and voltage to current converters .all pass filter (first & second orders) realizations .comparators .need for compensation – dominant pole compensation . 4.Offset error . 8. Pearson Education.current mirror .Conversion speed .Two step flash . ‘Microelectronic Circuits & Devices’.Binary weighted .LPF & HPF using Sallen-Key configuration .phase shift and wein bridge oscillators .565) – Basic principles of operation of VCO (eg.BPF realization using the Delyannis configuration .S. ‘CMOS. Layout & Simulation’.Accuracy .M.virtual short concept .F.Resolution .R-2R ladder Current steering .Integral and differential nonlinearity . 566) and timer (555) and their applications – Voltage regulator ICs – Fixed and adjustable (723) regulators Reference: 1.Charge scaling .. Jaico Publishing House 2006 Gaykward. Oxford University Press 1998 Fiore J.Differential and Common mode frequency response various stages of an operational amplifier .BEF using twin T configuration . PHI 2007 Gobind Daryanani. 1999 Coughlin R. 1995 57 .unity gain bandwidth .Pipeline – Integrating Staircase converter .inverting and non-inverting configurations ..active biquad filters . Operational Amplifiers. BPF and BEF from normalized prototype LPF .input and output impedances .F. 7.nonlinear op-amp circuits . & Driscoll F. PHI.Gain error .instrumentation amplifier .astable and monostable circuits .inductance simulation using Antoniou’s gyrator – Switched capacitor filter Module 4 (16 hours) DACs and ADCs (in depth design is not expected)-Digital to analog converters . McGraw Hill Book Company 1998 Jacob Baker R. ‘Operational Amplifiers and Linear Integrated Circuits’. & Smith K.frequency transformations to obtain HPF.open loop gain .PSRR .typical op-amp parameters .C. & Boyce D.offset current & offset voltage – CMOS op-amp with and without compensation Module 2 (12 hours) Linear op-amp circuits ...4 quadrant multipliers and dividers . ‘Design with Operational Amplifiers and Analog Integrated Circuits’. 3.Flash converter .. 6. ‘Operational Amplifiers and Linear Integrated Circuits’.Successive approximation converter .ADC conversion techniques . Pearson Education 2002 Horenstein M..EC 3011: ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS .Cyclic & pipeline DACs .Analog to digital converters – Track and hold operation .analysis for closed loop gain . Li H.

Simon Haykin. Delta modulation. Oxford University Press. Communication Systems. 3/e. Pearson Education.Power spectra of digitally modulated signals. 2/e. B. 5. 3/e. 2003. 2.E. Ziemer and W. R. Equalizer. 58 . John G Proakis and M. PAM/TDM system. PPM generation and demodulation. 1998.EC 3012: DIGITAL COMMUNICATION L 4 T 0 P 0 C 4 Module 1 (13 Hours) Analog Pulse Modulation: Sampling theorem for base-band and pass-band signals. Digital band pass modulation schemes: ASK. 1998. Reference: 1. orthogonality. Spectra of Pulse modulated signals. Modern Digital and Analog Communication. 6. John Wiley & Sons.H. MSK – Digital M-ary modulation schemes – signal space representation Module 4 (16 Hours) Detection of signals in Gaussian noise . Lathi. Performance comparison of digital modulation schemes. Eye diagram. JAICO Publishing House. 4. PWM. Nyquist criterion for zero ISI. Matched filter receiver. PCM. Proakis. Principles of Communications. DPCM. Module 3 (14 Hours) Review of Gaussian random process. Pearson Education. norm and inner product. Inter symbol interference. Optimum Receiver for AWGN channel. Error probability performance of binary signaling. McGraw Hill. Digital Pulse modulation: Quantization. Matched filter and Correlation receivers. 2001. Digital Communication: Fundamentals and Applications. Communication System Engineering. Signaling with duobinary pulses.P. Ray. SNR calculations for pulse modulation systems. John G. 2/e. B. distance. 2001. Tranter.Coherent & non-coherent detection – Differential modulation schemes – Error performance of binary and M-ary modulation schemes – Probability of error of binary DPSK – Performance of M-ary signaling schemes in AWGN channels . vector representation. Adaptive delta modulation-Design of typical systems and performance analysis. Salehi. Pulse Shaping. 3. 2001. Scrambling and descrambling. FSK. Decision Procedure: Maximum aposteriori probability detectorMaximum likelihood detector.K. Module 2 (13 Hours) Signal space concepts: Geometric structure of the signal space. Pulse Amplitude modulation: generation and demodulation. Sklar and P. Gram-Schmidt orthogonalization procedure. PSK. Digital Communications. Optimum threshold detection.

Properties. Design: window based design. The difference equation from state variable description. “A Course in Digital Signal Processing. Short-time Fourier transform. (b) Finite length register effects: (8 Hours): Limit cycles. 1986. Dead-band effects. “Digital Signal Processing: A Computer Based Approach. frequency sampling design. Transfer function. Transfer function.. Discrete Fourier Transform . Frequency transformations. 1997. IIR Filters: Impulse response.g. 2. Fast algorithms for DFT: The FFT algorithm – Prime factor algorithms. Discrete Time Fourier Transform. Addressing schemes and Interface details of one of the latest.” 2nd edn. 1998. Convolution. Computation of output round-off noise. Module 2 (9 Hours) Digital filters: FIR Filters: Impulse response. Bogner. Constant input limit cycles. 2001. Proakis. Ludeman. commonly used Digital Signal Processors (e. 4. Methods to prevent overflow. Practical implementation. “Digital Signal Processing: A Practical Approach.” Prentice Hall India. Chi-Tsong Chen. Trade-off between round-off and overflow noise. Scaling state variable description. Matched z-transform method. Linear and circular convolution. 2004. “Discrete-Time Signal Processing. 7. Approximation of Fourier transform through DFT. A. E. Realization structures: Direct form 1 and 2.) Module 4 (16 Hours) (a) Internal descriptions of digital filters: (8 Hours): Signal flow graphs. Boaz Porat. (Editors). Reference: 1. 1975. Emmanuel C.. zeros and the state variable description. “Fundamentals of Digital Signal Processing. Ifeacher. Digital Signal Processors manufactured by Texas Instruments or Analog Devices. Pole-zero representation. W. Module 3 (8 Hours) (a) Least squares filter design: (4 Hours): Deterministic least squares: Whitening problem: FIR case. minimax design. Round-off noise in IIR digital filters. Dimitris G. NY. “Digital Signal Processing: Principles. Signal modelling: Spectral Factorisation. Ltd. Jervis. Constantinidis. Lattice structure realization. 1998. Schafer R. R. John G. (b) Digital Signal Processors: (4 Hours): Architecture and types of instructions. Manolakis. 9. Lonnie C.” Prentice Hall of India Pvt. Transfer function from state variable descriptions. G. 6. K.” John Wiley& Sons. Overflow oscillations. Pearson Education. Chebyshev. State variable descriptions from primitive signal flow graphs. Butterworth.” Oxford University Press. State variable descriptions. State variable model for overflow. The Manuals of the Digital Signal Processors manufactured by Texas Instruments or Analog Devices (Available online on the web pages of Texas Instruments or Analog Devices). 5. Scaling rules and scaling operations. Linear phase properties. Co-ordinate transformation.” John Wiley & Sons.” McGraw-Hill Publishing Company. Algorithms and Applications.. Mitra S. 8. Oppenheim A.. inverse Chebyshev and elliptic filter concepts. V. NY. Poles. Measurement of coefficient quantization effects through pole-zero movement. 59 . “Digital Signal Processing: Spectral Computation and Filter Design. 3. Barry W. 1996. Bilinear transform method.” Prentice Hall Inc.EC 3013: DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING Pre-requisite: EC 2014 L T P C 3 0 0 3 Module 1 (9 Hours) Fourier analysis of discrete-time signals and systems: Discrete Fourier Series.. Minimum mean squared error method. Overlap-save and overlap-add methods. “Introduction to Digital Filtering. Approximation problem for IIR filter design: Impulse in variance method.

Nineth Edition. Nagarath I. Wiley Eastern Ltd. Pearson Education. "Digital Control Systems".bilinear transformation – stability analysis after bilinear transformation .transfer function .H. “Discrete Time Control Systems".relation between poles and Eigen values – Controllability and observability Reference: 1.determination of response for standard inputs using transfer functions .phase variable and diagonal forms from time domain .Routh-Hurwitz techniques . Addison Wesley.steady state error .Review of Z-transforms .relation between transfer function and state space models for continuous and discrete cases . Pearson Education Asia.Jury's criterion . Oxford University Press. Tranter W.polar plots and theory of nyquist criterion .C.analysis of discrete time systems –.block diagrams – signal flow graph .H. 60 .state space representation of discrete time systems .construction of root locus .properties of state transition matrix .RLC series network .phase margin gain margin . Kuo B.theory of lag.concept of stability .open loop and closed loop systems – concept of feedback modeling of continuous time systems – Review of Laplace transform .solution of state equations .1994 3.mapping between s plane and z plane . Ogata K. Prentice Hall India.sample and hold .derivation of transfer function of simple systems from physical relations .1995 .gain margin .R. "Modern Control Systems"..EC 3014: CONTROL SYSTEMS L 3 T 0 P 0 C 3 Module 1 (10 hours) General schematic diagram of control systems .digital redesign of continuous time systems Module 4 (9 hours) Introduction to the state variable concept .block diagram reduction using direct techniques and signal flow graphs examples ..J.state space models . 1998 2.C.. & Bishop R. Ziemer R.2001 4.solution techniques .E.low pass RC filter .examples . 2001 6..phase margin .Routh.mason's gain formula ..homogenous and non homogenous cases . & Gopal M. Second Edition.diagonalization .Examples of sampled data systems – pulse transfer function .Hurwitz techniques .sampling . lead and laglead compensators Module 3 (11 hours) Basic elements of a discrete time control system .time domain solution of first order systems – time constant . Dorf R. Ogata K.construction of bode diagrams . "Signals and Systems".Fourth Edition. “Control System Engineering”. & Fannin D.. 1992 5.spring mass damper Module 2 (11 hours) Analysis of continuous time systems .. "Modern Control Engineering".stability .time domain solution of second order systems .construction of bode diagrams .system function .

4. square.E. Integrator. ‘CMOS. ‘Microelectronic Circuits & Devices’. Open loop gain..Circuit Design.. ‘Operational Amplifiers and Linear Integrated Circuits’. Band Pass Filter and Band Stop Filter realizations using op-amps 10. PHI 2007 Gobind Daryanani. Li H. DAC and ADC circuits using op-amp/ICs 11.F. 2. ‘Principles of Active Network Synthesis & Design’. 8. 1995 61 . Reference: 1. Slew rate.M. T 0 P 3 C 2 Differential amplifier and Current Source Measurement of Op-Amp parameters – CMRR. Low Pass Filter and High Pass Filter realizations using op-amps 9. Layout & Simulation’. 7. & Driscoll F. Inverting non-inverting amplifiers.. McGraw Hill Book Company 1998 Jacob Baker R. Oxford University Press 1998 Fiore J. Waveform Generators –Sine..F. input and output impedances. & Boyce D. 3. & Smith K. 2. 6. Operational Amplifiers. ‘Operational Amplifiers and Linear Integrated Circuits’.EC 3018: ELECTRONICS CIRCUIT LABORATORY – II L 0 1. Jaico Publishing House 2006 Gaykward.W. Pearson Education 2002 Horenstein M. PHI. Astable and Monostable Multivibrators using op-amp and 555IC 8. Op-amp in comparator application 6.. ‘Design with Operational Amplifiers and Analog Integrated Circuits’. Regulated power supply with 723 IC The experimental results obtained in the lab may be compared with the circuit simulation results. CMRR and Input impedance 5. 5. “Microelectronic Circuits’. Instrumentation Amplifier using Op-amps and IC – Gain. Pearson Education.C. Differentiator – frequency response 4. Unity gain bandwidth 3.N.S.. 1999 Coughlin R. Sergio Franco. John Wiley 2003 Sedra A. Triangular and Ramp 7.

2007.Das. Module 2 (9 Hours) Organizing – principles of organizing – organization structures. 2. and Jain. Systems approach to management. McGraw Hill. 3. Keller.. 2.. 5. A. M. 4..Y. Hicks. The x86 Microprocessors . Theory and Practice.Rolin D Mc Kinlay. 6. 2009. 62 . Janice Gillispie Mazidi .. 13th ed. Controlling. 11. H. and Jha. Kotler. Operations Management. Pearson Education Asia. Operations management.matrix multiplication and Pascal’s triangle Stepper board interfacing to 8086 Hex keyboard interfacing to 8086 Multiplexed . Koontz. 8th ed. 3.. P.2008 . and Weihrich.L. P. Second Edition . Tata-Mcgraw Hill. Module 3 (12 Hours) Decision making process– decision making under certainty – risk – uncertainty – models of decision making.dynamic LED display interface to 8086 8279 interface to 8086 8255 interface to 8086 Assembly language programming of 8051 Timer programming of 8051 . 10. Human resources management. Cengage Learning. Lyla B. H. Mahadevan. 2010 Muhammed Ali Mazidi. 9. 4. Task and responsibilities of a professional manager. Module 4 (12 Hours) Introduction to functional areas of management. Directing – delegation – span of control – leadership – motivation – communication. Financial management.. Koshy. Management process – planning – mission – objectives – goals – strategy – policies – programmes – procedures. Project management – critical path method – programme evaluation and review technique – crashing.. Marketing management. Pearson Education ME 4104: PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT Prerequisite: Nil L 3 T 0 P 0 C 3 Module 1 (9 Hours) Introduction to management theory. 7. 2008. Pearson Education.using status check Timer programming of 8051 . 2009. Marketing Management.. Levels of managers and skill required. 8. Khan. Essentials of Management: An International Perspective. The 8051 Microcontroller and Embedded Systems Using Assembly and C . B. References: 1. Characteristics of management.using interrupts External interrupts programming of 8051 LCD interfacing to 8051 –project Reference: 1.. M. K. Management as an art – profession.EC 3019: MICROPROCESSORS AND MICROCONTROLLERS LAB L 0 1.K. 2009. Management: Concepts and Applications. Financial Management. 5. 2.. T 0 P 3 C 2 Assembly language programming of 8086 -TSR .

P. Prentice-Hall India. "Computer Organization and Architecture". Patterson D. 2009 Carl Hamacher. 2. Module 2 (12 hours) Datapath Design – Fixed Point Arithmetic – Addition and Subtraction – Multiplication – Division – Arithmetic Logic Units – Combinational ALUs – Sequential ALUs – Floating Point Arithmetic – Pipeline Processing – Control Design : Basic Concepts – Introduction – Hardwired Control – Design Examples – Microprogrammed Control – Basic Concepts – Multiplier Control Unit – CPU Control Unit – Pipeline Control – Instruction Pipelines – Pipeline Performance – Superscalar Processing Module 3 (10 hours) Memory Organisation – Memory Hierarchy – Main memory – RAM and ROM chips – Memory Address Map – Memory Connection to CPU – Auxiliary Memory – Magnetic disks – Magnetic Tape – Associative Memory – Hardware Organization . "Computer Organization and Design".System Representation – Gate level – Register level – Processor level – CPU Organization – Data Representation – Basic Formats – Fixed Point Numbers – Floating Point Numbers – Instruction Sets – Instruction Formats – Instruction Types – Programming Considerations.Programmed I/O – DMA and Interrupts – I/O Processors – Operating Systems – Parallel Processing – Processor Level Parallelism – Multiprocessors – Fault Tolerance. Eastern Economy Edition. Morgan Kaufmann Publishers. 4.. 2006 63 .Read Operation – Write Operation – Cache Memory : Associative Mapping – Direct Mapping – Set Associative Mapping –Virtual Memory – Address Space and Memory Space – Address Mapping Using Pages – Associative Memory Page Table – Page Replacement – Memory Management Hardware – Segmented Page Mapping Module 4 (10 hours) System Organization – Communication Methods – Basic Concepts – Bus Control – I/O and System Control – I/O Organization – Isolated Versus Memory Mapped I/O .EC 3021: COMPUTER ORGANIZATION & ARCHITECTURE L 3 T 0 P 0 C 3 Module 1 (10 hours) Introduction to Processor Architecture – Design Methodology. Pearson Education. Reference: 1. Prentice-Hall India. "Computer Organization and Design". 1998. & Hennessy J. 2nd Edition.L. Morris Mano “Computer System Architecture”. 6. 2001 Pal Choudhuri P. “Computer Organization”. 2002 John.Hayes “Computer Architecture and Organization”. 2003 William Stallings. 4th Edition. 3. Zvonko Vranesic & Safwat Zaky.A. Computer Science Series.. Mc Graw Hill. McGraw-Hill International Editions. 5.

6. “Digital Communication”. 2006 Shu Lin and Daniel. 3.Construction and basic properties of Finite Fields. Transfer function of convolutional codes. 2008 David J. Cyclic codes – Non-systematic and systematic codes-Construction and Decoding. Reference: 1.Gaussian channels. Uniquely decodable codes.Part-II: Convolutional codes – Encoder representations and Types. Distance properties.Construction and decoding.Error detection and correction. 64 .Viterbi decoding. Hard decision and Soft decision decoding. 2. 5th Ed.Huffman coding. Review of Vector Space. E. Module 4 (10 hours) Channel Coding. efficiency of digital modulation schemes-power limited and bandwidth limited systems. Shannon limit. Module 3 (16 hours) Channel Coding. John G.Shannon’s Channel Coding Theorem for DMC (proof is optional). Blahut. “Elements of Information Theory”.Discrete memory-less channels (DMC) and channel transition probabilities. Converse of Channel Coding Theorem Continuous Sources and Channels: Differential Entropy. MacKay. Prentice Hall Inc. Costello Jr. R.EC 3022: INFORMATION THEORY & CODING L 4 T 0 P 0 C 4 Module 1 (14 hours) Entropy and Loss-less Source Coding : Entropy. Conjugates and Conjugacy classes.Computations using Galois Field arithmetic. “Error Control Coding: Fundamentals and applications”.Mutual information.Maximum likelihood decoding . Cover and Joy A.Part-I: Introduction. Inference and Learning Algorithms”.Kraft's inequality – Average codeword length. “Information Theory. Introduction to Turbo codes. Characteristics of Finite fields... Module 2 (16 hours) Channel Capacity and Coding Theorem: Channel Capacity. Concatenated codes. Lemplel-Ziv Coding.Discrete Memory-less sources.Instantaneous codes. Mutual information and conditional mutual information. BCH codes – Construction and decoding Reed Solomon codes.Extension Fields. Interleaving. Arithmetic Coding. Shannon's Source Coding Theorem. John Wiley & Sons. Addison-Wesley. MGH.Joint. Relative entropy and mutual Information Lossless source coding. 2004. conditional and relative entropy. 1968. Introduction to low density parity check codes. Capacity computation for simple channels. Linear block codes. “Theory and Practice of Error Control Codes”. C.Shannon-Harley Theorem. 2nd Ed. 1983. Cambridge University Press.. Salehi. 5. properties. \ Thomas M.Waveform channels.. “Information Theory and Reliable Communication”. 4. Entropy of discrete random variables.Chain rule for entropy. John Wiley & Sons. Optimal codes. 2003 Robert Gallager. J.Minimal Polynomials. Proakis and M. Standard Array decoding. Thomas.

ATM networks.Differentiated Services. sliding window.Datagram Networks . Kurose and Keith.Multi protocol Label switching. 2000. Addison Wesley.subnetting – CIDR . & Davie B.Integrated service architectureQueuing Disciplines. Peterson L.Resource reservation-RSVP. Ross. Module 3 (14 hrs) Internetworking: IPv4. nodes . TCP extension. 2 edition. 3 edition. Pearson Education. James. Morgan Kaufman Publishers. 2003. Keshav.Ethernet (IEEE 802. rd rd D. 3 edition. flow control.3) .routing for mobile hosts . F.distance vector (RIP) ..Real Time transport protocol. adaptive retransmission. “Computer Networks: A System Approach”.IPv6. 4.segment format.inter-domain routing (BGP) . connection management. 2. 2005. performance.OSI architecture .Bridges and LAN switches . “An Engineering Approach to Computer Networking”.Internet architecture – Multiplexing -Circuit switching vs packet switching .Reliable transmission . 3.Random Early Detection.Global Internet.L.5) .EC 3023: COMPUTER NETWORKS L 3 T 0 P 0 C 3 Module 1 (8 hrs) Introduction: Building blocks.Layering and protocols .S. congestion control.Multiple access protocols .links.Reliable byte stream (TCP).wireless LAN (IEEE 802.Protocols for QOS support.Link state (OSPF) . S.Virtual Circuit networks. “Data Networks”. datagram forwarding – ARP .Weighted Fair Queuing.Routing.11) . Bertsekas and R. PHI.Error detection . End to End protocols: Simple demultiplexer (UDP) .Token Rings (IEEE 802. nd 65 . Gallager. A top-down approach featuring the Internet”.W.addressing. Module 2 (10 hrs) Direct link Networks: Framing . Reference: 1. “Computer Networks. Module 4 (10 hrs) Broadband services and QoS issues: Quality of Service issues in networks. 2005.

case studies. renewable and non renewable energy sources. marine pollution. changes caused by agriculture and over-grazing. structure and function of an ecosystem. energy flow in the ecosystem. food webs and ecological pyramids. global warming. species and ecosystem diversity. disaster management . soil erosion and desertification. energy audits. Hot-spots of biodiversity. oceans. threats to biodiversity: habitat loss. Biodiversity at global. rivers. effects and control measures of urban and industrial wastes. salinity. Issues involved in enforcement of environmental legislation and public awareness. national and local levels. water pollution. case studies. earthquake. recycling electronics. bio-geographical classification of India. resettlement and rehabilitation of people. watershed management. sustainable power generation and energy systems. conservation of biodiversity: In-situ and Ex-situ conservation of biodiversity. cyclone and landslides. noise pollution. Characteristic features. Module 5 (7 hours) Social Issues and the Environment: From Unsustainable to Sustainable development. estuaries) Module 3 (8 hours) Biodiversity and its conservation: Genetic. acid rain. Module 2 (6 hours) Ecosystems: Concept of an ecosystem. productive use. lakes. h) Equitable use of resources for sustainable lifestyles. Value of biodiversity: consumptive use. d) Food resources: World food problems. Design for Environment (DFE).causes. structure and function of: forest ecosystem. use of alternate energy sources. conflicts over water. 66 . its problems and concerns.Timber extraction. effects and control measures of air pollution. Electronic product life cycle. dams-benefits and problems. mining. c) Mineral resources: Use and exploitation.EC 3024: ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES L 3 T 0 P 0 C 3 Module 1 (8 hours) Natural Resources: a) Forest resources: Use and over-exploitation. water conservation. e) Energy resources: Growing energy needs. producers. social. drought. water logging. ethical. probable environmental pollution at different stages. soil pollution. role of an individual in prevention of pollution. solid waste management . removal of hazardous substances from products. g) Role of an individual in conservation of natural resources. impact of materials and processes used for electronic product manufacturing. aesthetic and option values. rain water harvesting. deforestation. grassland ecosystem. case studies. nuclear accidents and holocaust. man-wildlife conflicts. food chains. b) Water resources: Use and over-utilization of surface and ground water. ozone layer depletion. dams and their effects on forest and tribal people. poaching of wildlife. waste management. environmental effects of extracting and using mineral resources. need for regulations. effects of modern agriculture. case studies Environmental ethics : Issues and possible solutions. electronic waste – materials. wasteland reclamation. case studies. urban problems related to energy. man induced landslides. streams. pollution case studies. consumers and decomposers. desert ecosystem and aquatic ecosystems (ponds. reducing energy consumption in electronic systems. thermal pollution and nuclear hazards. endangered and endemic species of India. land degradation. fertilizerpesticide problems. climate change. f) Land resources: Land as a resource. floods. case studies.floods. India as a mega-diversity nation. impact of work culture in the modern world. ecological succession. Module 4 (8 hours) Environmental Pollution: Causes. consumerism and waste products.

3. EC 3099: MINI PROJECT L 0 T 0 P 3 Cr 1 The mini project should be on Hardware Design and/or Fabrication in any of the areas in Electronics and Communication Engineering. A committee of the faculty will evaluate the projects during the sixth semester. Population explosion – Family Welfare Programme. biological impact of materials used in electronic products and manufacturing process. 67 . Electronics Communication Systems: Fundamentals Through Advanced. case studies. 7/E. New Age International. This course is normally engaged by the department at the beginning of sixth semester. impact of signal radiation from electronic products.W. EC 3028: ANALOG COMMUNICATION LAB L 0 T 0 P 3 C 2 The goals of Analog Communication Laboratory course are: To perform experiments that demonstrate the theory of analog modulation and demodulation techniques learned in the course EC2024 Fundamentals of Communication and to introduce the students to some of the electronic components that make up communication systems. Gurdeep R. 2007. Digital and Analog Communication Systems. 5/e. 2.Module 6 (5 hours) Human Population and the Environment: Population growth. Pearson. 2007. Microcontroller/DSP/PLD based hardware design is also permitted. 6. Pearson. 8. Anubha Kaushik and C P Kaushik. “Perspectives in Environmental Studies”. 2. AM generation AM detection with simple and delayed AGC DSBSC generation RF Mixer using JFET/BJT Implementation of intermediate frequency amplifier FM generation (reactance modulator) FM demodulation: Foster-seely discriminator and ratio detector PAM generation and demodulation Generation and demodulation of PWM and PPM PLL characteristics FM modulation/demodulation using PLL Reference: 1. 10. Reference: 1. Couch. L. 2. 4. role of Information Technology in environment and human health. List of experiments: 1. Tomasi. Chatwal and Harish Sharma. “A Text Book of Environmental Studies : Environmental Sciences”. 2007. 11. 9. Himalaya Publishing House. W. Project work can be carried out individually or by a group of maximum of five students under the guidance of a faculty from ECE Department. 7. variation among nations. 5. 2004. environment and human health.

2. Indian stock market. New Delhi. “Capital Markets”. Nature of the firm.2nd edition . “Economics” .Balance of Payments and Trade-Effects of disequilibrium in BOP on business. Monetary system. “Micro Economics Principles & Policy”. Economic Indicators..Foreign exchange market.Tata McGraw Hill.economies and diseconomies of scale. 3.Baumol and Alan. Chand & Co. Pearson Eductaion. PN : Supplementary materials would be suggested / supplied for select topics on Indian economy 68 .L Rubinfield and P. Cengage Learning.L. D. Determinants of demand. Indian Edition 9th edition.K. and V. Nordhaus .Mankiw.International Trade and development and role of international institutions (World Bank.4th Edition. Models of measuring national income. S.S. R. 2008 Samuelson.N. 6. real and pecuniary economies. 7.K.MS 4003: ECONOMICS L 3 T 0 P 0 C 3 Module 1 (9 hours) General Foundations of Economics.Short run and long run costs.Competitive market. Product Markets. Forms of organizations-Objectives of firms-Demand analysis and estimation-Individual. Himalaya Publishing House. New Delhi. 2009. “Principles of Macro Economics”. Blinder. and W. Tata McGraw Hill. Inflation .Tariff versus quotas. S. “Microeconomics”. Capital market.Trade regulation. Changing role of Reserve Bank of India Module 4 (11 hours) International trade . 2007. Gregory.J. Market Structure. Fiscal and Monetary Policies .S. Imperfect competition (Monopoly. P.S. 27th Edition. S. Development Banks. Cengage Learning. Monopolistic & Oligopoly) and barriers to entry and exit -Pricing in different markets Module 3 (11 hours) Macro Economic Aggregates-Gross Domestic Product. Puri. Reference: 1. Theory of the firm-Production functions in the short and long run Module 2 (11 hours) Cost concepts. Guruswamy.1998.D. Market and Firm demand. 4.2009 Misra.B. IMF and WTO) in economic development. William .2009 Pindyck. Money Market.. New Delhi. Mehta .”Monetary Economics”. Mumbai. Elasticity measures and business decision making.4th Edition. “Indian Economy – Its Development Experience”. 5.6th Edition. 1998. Gupta.A.

selective diversity combining . Modern Wireless Communications. Wireless Communications.. Prentice Hall 2005.multipath delay spread . MGH. PHI.performance of direct sequence spread spectrum systems . S.2001 69 . 2.the processing gain and anti jamming margin . 1995 Lee W.tapped delay line model .time hopped spread spectrum systems synchronization of spread spectrum systems Reference: 1. 3. Digital Communications.adjacent channel interference -power control for reducing interference .sectoring .analysis of direct sequence spread spectrum systems ..switched combining . slowly fading channels frequency selective.impulse response model of a multipath channel . Wireless Digital Communications.equal gain combining Module 3 (13 hours) Cellular concept . and Moher M.EC 4011: FUNDAMENTALS OF WIRELESS COMMUNICATION L 4 T 0 P 0 C 4 Module 1 (15 hours) Mobile radio propagation .ground reflection model – large scale path loss .Y.doppler spread . 2002 Proakis J. Mobile Cellular Telecommunication.frequency non selective.small scale fading and multipath propagation .time dispersion and frequency selective fading .improving capacity in cellular systems – cell splitting .coherence time .frequency reuse – cochannel interference .pre-detection and post detection combining .parameters of a mobile multipath channel .C. MGH.frequency hopped spread spectrum systems . 5. PHI.call blocking in cellular networks Module 4 (13 hours) Fundamental concepts of spread spectrum systems .. slowly fading channels. Third Edition.G. Rapport Thoedore S. 4. 2003 Haykin.hand off strategies channel assignment strategies .the RAKE receiver performance – diversity techniques for mobile wireless radio systems concept of diversity branch and signal paths -combining methods .coherence band width .calculation of error probabilities . Kamilo Feher.pseudo noise sequence . Principles and Practice.frequency dispersion and time selective fading .concepts of level crossing rate and average fade duration Module 2 (15 hours) Digital communication through fading multipath channels .maximal ratio combining.free space propagation model ..

1998. 7 Lonnie C. IIR filter Design . Pearson Education. response to sinusoids. 1 70 . discrete time representations. instead of built-in functions.” Addison-Wesley Publishing Company.A-law and µ-law companding – Digital realization. W. NY..Circular convolution and Linear Convolution.Decimation in time and Decimation in frequency FFT algorithms. bandreject filters .Levinson recursion. to help the student develop insight in data structures for implementing Signal Processing Algorithms. elementary commands of MATLAB shall be used. “A Course in Digital Signal Processing.. Schafer R. lowpass. E. Roberts. Linear convolution . Linear prediction . 5 Richard A.Differential pulse code modulation . 6.” Prentice Hall Inc. Comb filter. highpass.” Prentice Hall India. 6 Mitra S. 9. “Digital Signal Processing .Adaptive Differential pulse code modulation.” 2nd edn. 11. Ifeacher. 1996. 3. Adaptive Delta modulation and Sigma-delta modulation. Construction of the z-plane . 10. NY.. “Digital Signal Processing: Spectral Computation and Filter Design.EC 4018: DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING LABORATORY Pre-requisites: EC3013 L 0 T 0 P 3 C 2 The experiments listed below are arranged in a pedagogical order. Reference: John G. bandpass.” John Wiley& Sons. Algorithms and Applications. FIR Filter Design .impulse response. 2004. Proakis. “Introduction to Digital Filtering. pulse response. 8. 8 R. Discrete Fourier transform . 2 Boaz Porat.” Prentice Hall India Pvt. Lattice structure realization of digital filters. A.” Oxford University Press. 2. Inverse discrete Fourier transform. pole-zero placements .A Computer Based Approach. step response.Integrator. 4 Chi-Tsong Chen. 1997.Window-based method . K. 1.Design using frequency sampling method.” John Wiley & Sons. 2001. Linear phase filters. Clifford T. Convolution of long sequences . graphical calculation of phase and magnitude responses. consistent extension of the autocorrelation matrix of a stationary process. Levinson-Durbin Algorithm .. Convolution with DFT . 5.Overlap-save and overlap-add methods. “Digital Signal Processing. Barry W. Ludeman.Linear phase filters.Fourier transform. “Digital Signal Processing: A Practical Approach. The first four experiments shall be done using MATLAB/C/C++by simulation. 1987. “Discrete-Time Signal Processing. Bogner. While using MATLAB. Experiments from the fourth to the eleventh in the list shall be done both in MATLAB and in the Assembly language of one of the Digital Signal Processors (TI or AD). 4. 10 The Manuals of the Digital Signal Processors manufactured by Texas Instruments or Analog Devices (Available online on the web pages of Texas Instruments or Analog Devices). Ltd. The instructor shall judiciously choose both simulation experiments using MATLAB/C/C++ and Assembly level implementation on a Digital Signal Processor manufactured by Texas Instruments (TI) or Analog Devices (AD). Delta modulation.. FIR filters having arbitrary frequency response . Companding and non-uniform quantization . 9 Emmanuel C. Constantinidis. Least-squares design of FIR filters in time and frequency domains. 7. Digital coding of waveforms . (Editors). “Fundamentals of Digital Signal Processing. Frequency response of FIR filters .” McGraw-Hill Publishing Company. Impulse invariance and Bi-linear transformation methods. 3 Oppenheim A. Manolakis. 1998. 1986.Minimum Phase filters. V.Fast Fourier Transform algorithms . Dimitris G.Butterworth and Chebyshev designs. 1975.Lattice realization of prediction error filter. Mullis. G. poles and zeros. Jervis. “Digital Signal Processing: Principles.Response of a LTI system to an arbitrary input.

simulation. 2007. Electronics Communication Systems: Fundamentals Through Advanced. 2. List of experiments: 1. 13. The topic shall be approved by the Seminar Evaluation Committee of the Department. L. 6. 8. EC 4099: MAJOR PROJECT L T P C 0 0 6 4 The duration of major project is for two continuous semesters from seventh. Tomasi. A seminar report in the prescribed form shall be submitted to the department after the approval from the committee. 11. hardware design or a combination of these in the emerging areas of Electronics and Communication Engineering under the supervision of a faculty from the ECE Department. simulation. The UG evaluation committee of the department shall evaluate the project during seventh semester for 3 of total of 7 credits assigned for the project. EC 4094: SEMINAR L T P C 0 0 3 1 Each student shall present a seminar in the eighth semester on a topic relevant to Electronics and Communication Engineering for about 30 minutes. W. 12. The project can be analytical work. hardware design or a combination of these in the emerging areas of Electronics and Communication Engineering under the supervision of a faculty from the ECE Department. 7/E. The topic should not be a replica of what is contained in the syllabus. noise generators. 2007.EC 4019: DIGITAL COMMUNICATION LAB L T P C 0 0 3 2 This laboratory is used for experiments to learn the fundamental concepts for analysis and design of digital and communication systems. Pearson. The project can be analytical work. Pulse code modulation Delta modulation Manchester encoder and timing recovery Frequency Shift Keying Modem: Hardware Implementation BPSK Modem: Simulation and Error probability evaluation BPSK generation and detection: Hardware Implementation BPSK Modem: Simulation and Error probability evaluation Linear block codes-generation and detection Cyclic encoder and decoder Differential encoder and decoder Digital microwave links Digital TDM CDMA spreader and de-spreader Reference: 1. Pearson. 10. 7. 9. such as oscilloscopes. spectrum analyzers. Digital and Analog Communication Systems. 3. 5/e. and network analyzers. The committee shall evaluate the presentation of students. 71 . The UG evaluation committee of the department shall evaluate the project during eighth semester for 4 of total of 7 credits assigned for the project. Couch. 5. Project work can be carried out individually or by a group of maximum of five students. EC 4098: MAJOR PROJECT L 0 T 0 P 6 C 3 The duration of major project is for two continuous semesters from seventh. Project work can be carried out individually or by a group of maximum of five students. 4.W. Experiments are performed using electronic instrumentation. 2.

R.formation of chrominance signal . 1996 72 . 3.AGC . hue and saturation . Gulati R. Modern Television Engineering. 2.Colour perception . Module 3 (12 hours) Colour TV .ELECTIVES EC 3031: TELEVISION ENGINEERING L 3 T 0 P 0 C 3 Module 1 (10 hours) Principles of television .modulation . 2002.wave traps and scrambling methods Reference: 1. Basic Television and Video Systems. video detector-video amplifiers. Michael Robin & Michael Poulin.positive and negative modulation .4 f sc NTSC standard .colour signal transmission .luminance.vestigial sideband transmission – television signal propagation – antennas. PAL and SECAM coder and decoder Module 4 (8 hours) Digital TV .transmitter block diagram. Digital Television Fundamentals. Wiley Eastern Ltd. McGraw Hill International. McGraw Hill.co-axial cable for CATV .M. 4.general specifications . IEE Telecommunications Series.sampling structure digital transmission Cable TV . Sync processing and AFCHorizontal and vertical deflection circuits –sound section-tuner .principles of NTSC. 1999 Dhake A.image continuity . Digital Broadcasting.cable frequencies . Tata McGraw Hill.composite digital standards . 1998 Bernard Grob & Charles E. Television Engineering.bandwidth .colour TV camera and picture tube . 1993 Damacher P. VSB correction ..blanking ..video and sound signal modulation . 5.cable decoders .synchronizing .interlaced scanning ..CCD camera Module 2 (12 hours) Television receiver circuits – IF section.channel bandwidth . Herndon.cable distribution system .

BJT.Prentice Hall India.Dubey et..pulse width modulated inverters . Tata Mc Graw Hill.basic structure and V-I characteristics .principle of operation and analysis .commutation circuits .uninterruptible power supply .power transistors . Power Electronics.comparison with linear power supply .2003 Rashid. John Wiley and Sons.gate triggering circuit using UJT .basic circuit operation .al. Wiley & Sons.single phase to single phase cycloconverter .EC 3032: POWER ELECTRONICS L 3 T 0 P 0 C 3 Module 1 (10 hours) Power diodes . Tata Mc Graw Hill.buck regulators .sequence control of ac regulators . . Thyristorised Power Controllers.D & Khanchandani K. 2001 Dewan & Straughen.cuk regulators .cycloconverter .single phase rectifier with R and RL loads .choppers .C. . 1989 Sen P.buck-boost regulators .basic structure and V-I characteristics .methods of turning on . 1998 73 .basic circuit operation Module 3 (10 hours) AC regulators ..speed control of DC motors and induction motors Module 4 (12 hours) Switching regulators . 3.static and dynamic characteristics device specifications and ratings .half controlled and fully controlled converters with continuous and constant currents .characteristics and applications Reference: 1.circuits for single phase inverters . 2.single phase ac regulator with R and RL loads .TRIAC Module 2 (10 hours) Line frequency phase controlled rectifiers using SCR . Power Electronics.principle of operation step-up and step-down choppers . 6.basic structure .al.basic principle of operation .thyristors .SCR inverters .Power Semiconductor Circuits. 4. Ned Mohan et.different configurations . 5.K.B.1993 G.methods of turning off .boost regulators .various types .Power Electronics.. MOSFET and IGBT .switched mode power supply . Wiley & Sons. 1984 Singh M. Power Electronics.series. parallel and bridge inverters .

sputtering. Dry etch. C. Metal interconnects. Numerical Aperture (NA). Deal-Grove model and Improvements in Deal-Grove method for thin and ultra thin oxide layers.K.M. components of a resist. resistivity. Chemical Mechanical Polishing Metallization and Interconnects: Copper damascene process. Depth of Focus. etch selectivity/selective etch Photolithography: Positive photo resist. 2010. VLSI Fabrication Principles. basis. rapid thermal annealing. develop(development of resist). X-ray lithography. RIE etching. 74 . Reference: 1. directions. Solid state diffusion modeling. thermal budget. Ion implantation. Next generation technologies: Immersion lithography. various cleaning methods. thickness characterization methods. S. Multi-level metallization schemes. evaporation. Epitaxy. Chang and S. Ghandhi. Phase shift mask. 1996. negative photo resist. optical proximity correction. contrast. Implant characterization SIMS. epitaxy. Clean room and safety requirements Module 2 (15 hours) Oxidation: Kinetics of Silicon dioxide growth both for thick. Crystal growth techniques. New York. ULSI Technology. EUV lithography. modeling of Ion implantation. James Plummer. light sources. e-beam lithography. MBE. Resolution.M. McGraw Hill. angle between different planes. characterization of material based on band diagram and bonding. 1983. 1996. need for different light sources. spike anneal. sensitivity. statistics of ion implantation. exposure. sheet resistance. advanced annealing methods.Sze .Griffin. spreading resistance method Module 3 (15 hours) Deposition & Growth: Various deposition techniques CVD. crystal structure. John Wiley Inc. 4. Silicon VLSI Technology. comparison of photo resists. LPCVD. Deal and P. conductivity. proximity and projection lithography. S. masks. CMOS and Bipolar process. PVD. McGraw Hill Companies Inc.EC 3033: MICROELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGY L 3 T 0 P 0 C 3 Module 1 (6 hours) Material properties. ALCVD. 2. step and scan.Y. Process integration: NMOS. Prentice Hall Electronics. wafer cleaning. The Science and Engineering of Microelectronics Oxford University Press. Sze. Stephen Campbell. Wet etch. 2nd Edition. thin and ultra thin films. Growth of High k and low k dielectrics Etch and Cleaning: materials used in cleaning. Contact. lattice. SCALPEL Module 4 (6 hours) Planarization Techniques: Need for planarization. Plasma etching. M. planes. 3. multi dimension oxidation modeling Diffusion and Ion Implantation: Diffusion process. 5. VLSI Technology.. damage annealing. spin coating. 1988. ion lithography. various doping techniques. phase diagram and solid solubility.

by Kenneth L Short . Thomson Education. Charles H. Digital System Testing and Testable Design.EC 3034: MODELING AND TESTING OF DIGITAL SYSTEMS L 3 T 0 P 0 C 3 Pre-requisite: EC2012 Module 1 (12 Hours) Introduction to HDL based Digital Design: – Basic VHDL terminology – basic language elements – Data objects and types – Behavioural modelling – Process constructs – Complex signal assignments – Dataflow modelling – delay models – Structural modelling – resolving signal values Module 2 (12 Hours) Advanced VHDL features: Generics and Configurations – Subprograms and Overloading – Packages and Libraries – Advanced features – simulation semantics – modelling examples – state machine modelling using VHDL. B. 2001 4. J. Digital System Design Using VHDL.2005 75 . Miron Abramovici et. al.S.Pearson Education . A VHDL Synthesis Primer. Jaico Publishing House.2006 3. Bhasker. Roth Jr. Publications 2001 2 VHDL for Engineers .review of FPGA architectures and design using FPGA. Practical design exercises on VHDL simulator /synthesizer Module 3 (10 Hours) Digital System Testing: Fault models – fault equivalence – fault location fault dominance – single and multiple stuck faults – Testing for single stuck faults – Algorithms – random test generation – Testing for bridging faults Module 4 (8 Hours) Design for Testability: Ad-hoc design for testability techniques – Classical scan designs – Boundary scan standards – Built-in-self-test – Test pattern generation – BIST architecture examples Reference: 1.

Physics and Technology. subthrehsold swing. Donald A Neamen. ISBN: 0521-55959-6 76 . M. effect of source bias and body bias on threshold voltage and device operation. Nicollian. on current characteristics. medium and high frequencies. small signal model for low.com/content/978-1-4020-7018-1/ 7. 2. access online at (NITC intranet) http://www.H. John Wiley & Sons. Alternate MOS structures. interface states. 6. 2004. Jean. Jean-Pierre Colinge. off current characteristics. 3. 5. effect on threshold voltage Module 2 (16 hours) MOSFET (Enhancement and Depletion MOSFETs).Tyagi. Taur and T. threshold voltage of a SOI MOSFET. effect of interface states on subthreshold swing. mobility. Three terminal MOS. Y.Pierrie Colinge.EC 3035: MOS DEVICE MODELING Pre-requisite : EC2013 L 3 T 0 P 0 C 3 Module 1 (13 hours) Semiconductor surfaces. Semiconductor Physics and Devices: Basic Principles. 2002. flatband voltage. Metal Oxide Semiconductor . 2010. Large signal Modeling. Scaling. Multi-gate SOI MOSFETs. 4. drain conductance and transconductance. E. Physics of Semiconductor Devices. Fundamentals of Modern VLSI DevicesCambridge University Press. FD SOI and their characteristics. PD SOI. MOS device in thermal equilibrium. band diagram of non ideal MOS. Silicon-on-insulator Technology: Materials to VLSI Kluwer Academic publishers group. charges in oxide. J.springerlink. 2003. John Wiley and Sons. calculating various charges across the MOSC. Brews.High field effects Module 3 (5 hours) MOS transistor in dynamic operation. Operation and Modeling of the MOS transistor: Oxford University Press. 1998. Ning.H. Introduction to Semiconductor materials and Devices.S. Short channel and narrow channel effects. Ideal MOS structure. Reference: 1. Yannis Tsividis. Non-Ideal MOS: work function differences. Module 4 (8 hours) SOI concept. Kluwer Academic Publishers. 2003. electrostatics of a MOS (charge based calculations). 2004. McGraw-Hill. threshold voltage. MOS as a capacitor (2 terminal device). R.

Analysis & Desing. 2. Sung –Mo Kang & Yusuf Leblebici. clocked CMOS circuits Module 3 (9 hours) Cell based design.Resistive load. power supply noise. Wiley India. Elmore delay model. Principles of CMOS VLSI Design.E. Pass transistor. 3. Lumped C.J. Area.A Systems Perspective. Pseudo NMOS. Input and output circuits. Designing sequential circuits. Delay calculation with distributed circuit elements. 2005 R. Baker. Prentice Hall. power and noise margin considerations-Stick diagram and layout of CMOS inverter Module 2 (13 hours) Multiple input CMOS logic circuits. 4. Pearson Publication. realization. Kamran Eshraghian.W. Latch up and its prevention. Second Edition. MGH. RC and distributed RC models. Introduction to VLSI Circuits and Systems. 2006 Neil H.Boyce. NMOS load and CMOS inverters-DC and Transient analysisArea. 6T SRAM and DRAM cell design Module 4 (8 hours) Driving large capacitive loads. 2005 Jan M. 5. Logic and circuit design of arithmetic circuits-AddersRipple carry. Digital Integrated Circuits. Standard cells and Data path cells.EC 3036: VLSI CIRCUITS & SYSTEMS L 3 Pre-requisites: EC2012 & EC2013 Module 1 (12 hours) Overview of VLSI Design flow. H. power and noise margin considerations. DC and transient analysis. 2003 John P Uyemura. CMOS Circuit Design. Wiley-IEEE Press. Second Edition. Scaling and short channel effects Reference: 1.. CMOS Digital Integrated Circuits.Weste.Rabaey. Complementary pass transistor and transmission gate logic styles. Wire delay models. Carry look ahead and other high speed adders. ESD protection. Array and tree multipliers-Logarithmic and barrel shifters.E. 2007 T 0 P 0 C 3 77 . Dynamic circuits. Third Ed. Supply voltage scaling and its effect on circuit parameters.Review of MOS transistors.Li and D. MOSFET capacitances-Junction capacitances-oxide related capacitances-Ideal switches and Boolean operation-MOSFET as switch-Switch models of inverterMOSFET realization of inverters. Layout and Simulation.A Design Perspective. Issues with dynamic circuits-Domino and NORA logic.

P V Ananda Mohan: Current mode VLSI Analog filters.Multiple-loop feedback realizations . Springer. 1978 78 . CCIIs. Oxford Univ Press. Tow-Thomas filter.Multiple amplifier biquads (Kerwin-Huelsman-Newcomb filter.Function sensitivity . 2004 2.LC ladder simulations Module 4 (8 hours) Fully integrated high-frequency filter realisations .Biquads based on general impedance converter .Opamps.Q and ω sensitivity 0 Module 2 (9 hours) Amplifiers and fundamental active building blocks .Cascade realizations.Definition and basic properties .Sensitivity . John Wiley. Chebyshev.Transconductance filters . M E Van Valkenberg: Analog Filter Design. OTAs.Types of filters (filter magnitude specs.Butterworth. Integrators. Sedra & Brackett: Filter theory & Design – Active & Passive.Switchedcapacitor filters Reference: 1.Frequency and impedance denormalization .effects of active nonidealities Higher order filter realization . EC 3011 T 0 P 0 C 3 Module1(10 hours) Network functions . 1995 4.EC 3037: ACTIVE NETWORK SYNTHESIS L 3 Pre-requisites: EC 2011.Log-domain filters . pole-zero pairing .OTAbased (two-integrator loop) filters . 1978 3. Matrix Publishers.Single-amplifier RC biquads .Coefficient sensitivity . Gobind Daryanani: Principles of Active Network Synthesis and Design. second-order filter functions) . Elliptic and Bessel filters . Akerberg-Mossberg filter) . phase specs. gyrators and immittance converters Module 3 (15 hours) Second-order filters .

Hardware testing methods like Boundary Scan. 4. Tasks. Multiprocessing and Multitasking. SPI. SRAM. Palgrave.EC 3038: EMBEDDED SYSTEMS L 3 T 0 P 0 C 3 Module 1(10 hours) Introduction to Embedded systems : Embedded system examples. Real Time Operating systems. interrupt.V. 2009 Tim Wilmshurst: An introduction to the design of small-scale embedded systems. AMBA. PCB layout. Component selection. CAN etc. In Circuit Testing (ICT) etc. Operating system basics. Hardware Debugging. Product enclosure Design and Development. Device data sheets of ARM/PSoC/MSP430 Web Resources 79 . Programmable Devices. Shibu K. Device Drivers. I/O ports.Processor. Embedded System Development Environment – IDE. Schematic Design. OTP. SDRAM etc.: Introduction to Embedded Systems. 3. Hardware development cycles. Buffers. Flash. ASIC. Module 4 (12 hours) System Design Examples : System design using ARM/PSoC/MSP430 processor Reference: 1.etc. Module 2 (8 hours) Embedded System Design: Embedded System product Development Life cycle (EDLC).DRAM. Simulators/Emulators. Task scheduling. fabrication and assembly. 2. Parts of Embedded System. Cross compilation. Processes and Threads. 2001. Memory Technologies – EPROM. Task communication and synchronisation. Bus architectures like I2C. Power supply. Tata McGraw Hill. clock. memory interface. Module 3 (12 hours) Operating Systems: Concept of firmware.Specifications. interfacing with memory and I/O devices.

Sanjit K. Pearson Education John G. P. polyphase representation . Dimitris G. Reference: 1.Necessary and sufficient condition for perfect reconstruction. dynamic range and scaling. Prentice Hall India. Rabiner. P. PTR.polyphase matrix. Multirate Digital Signal Processing. Prentice Hall. 1st Edition. Fredric J Harris.Polyphase representation. 80 . Methods of cancelling aliasing error. Design of PR systems Module 4 (10 hours) Linear Phase Perfect Reconstruction (LPPR) Filter Banks: Necessary conditions for linear phase property.3rd Edition.Aliasing and imaging . Manolakis. Basic multirate operations: up sampling and down sampling . John Wiley. Prentice Hall Inc. 5. 1994. Mitra. Algorithms and Applications 3rd Edn. 6.Synthesis. 2. Vaidyanathan. Crochiere. FIR PR systems. N.EC 3039: MULTIRATE SYSTEMS L 3 T 0 P 0 C 3 Pre-requisites: EC3013 Module 1 (12 hours) Multirate System Fundamentals: Sampling theorem: Sub-Nyquist sampling. R.Amplitude and phase distortion. Polyphase representation of signals and systems. Interpolator and decimator design. Design of an alias free QMF bank Module 3 (10 hours) M-channel Perfect Reconstruction Filter Banks: Filter banks with equal pass bandwidth. Proakis. Errors in the QMF . Rate conversion. 1993. Digital Signal Processing: A Computer based Approach. E. 4.McGraw Hill. generalization. Identities of multirate operations. 2001.Aliasing and imaging. 3.time domain and frequency domain analysis.Types of quantization effects in filter banks . decimated uniform DFT filter bank – polyphase representation. 1983. Module 2 (10 hours) Multirate Filter Banks: Maximally decimated filter banks: Quadrature mirror filter (QMF) banks . Perfect reconstruction system . J.PR condition. Fliege.Implementation . round off noise and limit cycles. M-channel LPPR filter bank. Lattice structures for LPPR FIR QMF banks . Multirate Digital Signal Processing. filter banks with unequal pass bandwidth – Errors created by the filter banks system . Quantization effects . Amplitude and phase distortions. Prefect reconstruction (PR) QMF bank . Digital Signal Processing: Principles. uniform DFT filter bank. L. Multirate Systems and Filter Banks. 1999.Coefficient sensitivity effects. Factorization of polyphase matrices. Multirate signal Processing For Communication Systems. R.

. & Hasbell B.1&2.Circulant matrix formulation for complexity reduction. 5.image fidelity criteria .MTF of the visual system .G. Jae S. Rosenfeld & Kak A.Separable functions.Transforms operations . 2.spectral density function Module 3 (10 hrs) Image enhancement & Restoration: Image enhancement: Basic gray level transformations – Histogram processing: histogram equalization and modification .Multispectral image enhancement .Two dimensional systems . 1982.visibility function monochrome vision models .EC 3040: DIGITAL IMAGE PROCESSING L 3 T 0 P 0 C 3 Module 1 (8 hrs) Digital image representation: Basic ideas in digital image processing: problems and applications .shift in variant linear systems .Lossy compression: Transform coding – Image compression standards. K. Pratt W.Inverse _filtering .Fundamental coding theorem – Lossless Compression: Huffman Coding. New York.. Algebraic methods . 1991. 1995.2002 Jain A. Castleman.colour representation . Digital Image Processing. Netravalli A.light.Image representation and modeling Sampling and quantization . luminance. Reference: 1. 2-D correlation. Pearson Education. "Digital Image Processing".K.random fields .Spatial operations . brightness and contrast . Woods. "Digital Pictures-Representation Compression and Standards". 3.Compression models . Module 2 (8 hrs) Image transforms: 2-D Discrete Fourier transform .N. Discrete Cosine. John Wiley. 1988. Matrix theory .. Academic Press.Arithmetic coding – Bit plane coding – Run length coding .C. Walsh Hadamard. C. 7. Gonzalez. Module 5 (7 hours) Image segmentation: Detection of Discontinuities – Edge linking and boundary Description: Local processing – Global processing – Hough transform – Thresholding – Region based segmentation.".block matrices and Kronecker products . 6. R.Digital image processing.properties. Lim. Module 4 (9 hrs) Image compression: Fundamental concepts of image compression . Prentice Hall..Colour image enhancement Image restoration: Degradation model. R.colour difference measures . Prentice-Hall. Restoration in presence of noise only – Estimating the degradation function . "Fundamentals of Digital Image Processing. Vol. Inc. Haar and Slant transforms. R. Two Dimensional Signal And Image Processing.Wiener _filtering – Constrained Least Squares filtering.colour vision models. Image perception .Information theoretic perspective .. 81 . "Digital Picture Processing".. 2-D convolution.colour matching and reproduction colour co-ordinate systems . . E. 1989. Prentice-Hall. Plenum Press. II Ed. The Hotelling transform.K. 1990. 4.Basic relationships between pixels .

fixed and mobile satellite service earth stations. geostationary satellites. receivers and relay towers -distance considerations. IEEE Press. antenna. (2nd. time division multiple access. 2000 Tri T Ha: ‘Digital Satellite Communication’. Digital links. telemetry. satellite trajectory. Kizer: ‘Digital Microwave Communication’. Transmitters. channel modeling. MGH. period. Terrestrial microwave links-line of sight transmission. attitude and control systems. 2010 th 82 . antenna parameters. VSAT design issues. 2. Reference: 1. M Richharia: ‘Satellite Communication Systems’.Macmillan Press Ltd. amplifiers. transmission equations. Dennis Roddy: ‘Satellite Communications’. 3. satellite tracking system. 4 Ed. Ed. Module 3 (11 hours) Communication link design: Frequency bands used. payload – repeater.EC 4031: MICROWAVE COMMUNICATION Pre-requisite: EC 2022 L 3 T 0 P 0 C 3 Module 1 (11 hours) Satellites and orbits: Communication satellites –Space-craft subsystems. 1999. tracking and command. Van Nostrand Reinhold. noise considerations. Orbital parameters. 5. MGH. propagation characteristics of fixed and mobile satellite links. Module 4 (10 hours) Multiple access techniques: Frequency division multiple access. code division multiple access. power sub-system and thermal control. non-geostationary constellations. very small aperture terminals. Module 2 (10 hours) Earth stations and terrestrial links: Antenna and feed systems. 4. link design.). 2006 Robert M Gagliardi: ‘Satellite Communication’. 2008 George M.

Noll. HMM .acoustic theory – Portnoff’s equationslossless tube models – complete speech production model.EC 4032: SPEECH PROCESSING Pre Requisite: EC 3013 L 3 T 0 P 0 C 3 Module 1 (10 hours) Digital models for the speech signal . 1992.lattice formulations and solutions – PARCOR coefficients. “Speech Processing”.mechanism of speech production .. Deller. Chris Rowden..formulation of LPC equation . 1 Edn. 9. 2004. nd 83 . “Theory and Applications of Digital Signal Processing”. 1978. 1993. Reprint edition. 1987. 4.J. Rabiner L. 5. & Nakata K. and J. 1999. 8. Academic Press. & Schafer R. 2. John Wiley & Sons.speaker identification Systems.Levinson recursion . Inc. Thomas F. D. 6.. Owens F. st O’Shaughnessy. 10.Levinson Durbin algorithm . N. Spectral analysis of speech .digital models – Module 2 (10 hours) Speech analysis:-linear prediction of speech . 1985.pattern classification . & Gold. Thomas Parsons.Solution of LPC equations .DTW. “Signal Processing of Speech”.. Human and Machine”. “Voice and Speech Processing”.auto correlation . Proakis. Hansen.W.R.1975. “Discrete-Time Processing of Speech Signals. 1986.complex Cepstrums .pitch extraction using homomorphic speech processing. and P. Englewood Cliffs: Prentice-Hall. Prentice Hall of India.homomorphic speech processing – homomorphic systems for convolution . “Practical Approaches to Speech Coding”. Signal Processing Series. McGraw-Hill International Limited. J. “Fundamentals of Speech Signal Processing”.Schur algorithm . “Speech Communication. “Digital Coding of Waveforms: Principles and Applications to Speech and Video.pitch extraction algorithms .E..speaker verification systems . Signal Processing Series”. 1999. Saito S. 2001.connected word recognition -large vocabulary word recognition systems .short time Fourier analysis – STFT interpretations-filter bank summation method of short time synthesis Module 4 (10 hours) Automatic speech recognition systems .. Reference: 1. Jayant... McGraw Hill Series. Module 3 (12 hours) Speech synthesis .Gold Rabiner pitch trackers – autocorrelation pitch trackers voice/unvoiced detection . Macmillan New Electronics.isolated word recognition . S. Prentice Hall Inc. 3. J. 2 Edn. Papamichalis P.” Wiley-IEEE Press. Quatieri. Prentice Hall.speaker recognition systems . Rabiner L. 7.R. “Discrete-time Speech Signal Processing: Principles and Practice” Prentice Hall. Texas Instruments. 11. “Digital Processing of Speech Signals”.

Resolution of unity. Construction of an MRA from scaling functions . \Wavelets: A primer" A. Definition of frames. Continuous wavelet trans. \A Wavelet Tour of Signal Processing" 2nd Edition Academic Press. 84 . Compactly supported orthonormal wavelet bases – Necessary and sufficient conditions for orthonormality. (3. Fundamental notions of the theory of sampling.construction. Gerald Kaiser. (2. 1990. 6. Module 4 (6 hours) (4) Construction of wavelets (2): (6 hours) Biorthogonality and biorthogonal basis. 1994. Frame projector. Mark A. Selection of basis. Pinsky. Christian Blatter. EC 3013 L 3 T 0 P 0 C 3 Module 1 (12 Hours) (1. Admissibility conditions. Massachusetts. 2002. \Ten Lectures on Wavelets" SIAM. Example . b) The multiresolution analysis (MRA) of L2(R): (6 hours) The MRA axioms. Module 2 (12 hours) (2.Relation to filter banks. Ingrid Daubechies. a) Wavelets: (6 hours) The basic functions. 7. Reference: 1. \A Friendly Guide to Wavelets" Birkhauser/Springer InternationalEdition.windowed Fourier frames. Wavelet packets . Mallat. Short-time(windowed) Fourier transform.uncertainty relation. Holschneider. 1998.form (CWT). M.EC 4033: WAVELET THEORY Pre-requisites: EC 2014. Fourier transform. 2.b) Wavelet transform: (6 hours) Discrete wavelet transform (DWT) . 5. M. Vetterli.Smoothness and approximation order – Criteria for wavelet selection with examples. Gilbert Strang and Truong Q. Compactly supported orthonormal wavelet bases. 4. Fast wavelet transform algorithms . Peters. a) Fourier and Sampling Theory: (6 hours) Generalized Fourier theory.a) Construction of wavelets (1): (6 hours) Regularity and selection of wavelets . Wavelet frames. 8. Stephen G. 1998.Time-frequency analysis . J. 2000.Representation of functions. Cardinal B-spline MRA.The dilation equation and the wavelet equation. Indian reprint 2005. Subband filtering schemes. Module 3 (12 hours) (3.Wavelet decomposition and reconstruction of functions in L2(R). \Wavelets and Filterbanks" 2nd Edition Wellesley-Cambridge Press. Biorthogonal system of wavelets . Specifications. Nguyen. 3. Splines. The Lifting scheme. Kovacevic. K.1998. Geometrical considerations and the general notion of a frame. \Wavelets: An Analysis Tool"Oxford Science Publications. b) Theory of Frames: (6 hours) Bases. (1. \Wavelets and Subband Coding" Prentice Hall Inc. \Introduction to Fourier Analysis and Wavelets"Brooks Cole Series in Advanced Mathematics. 1995.

The Design of CMOS Radio-Frequency Integrated Circuits. B. RF Microelectronics. RF Circuit Design. linearity and large signal performance (7 hours) Module 3 (12 hours) Mixers – multiplier-based mixers. Theory and Applications. 1999. 2nd ed.EC 4034: RF CIRCUITS L 3 T 0 P 0 C 3 Module 1 (9 hours) Characteristics of passive IC components at RF frequencies – interconnects. Meyer. Cambridge. 1998.G. neutralization and unilateralization (6 hours) Low noise amplifier design – LNA topologies. diode-ring mixers (5 hours) RF power amplifiers – Class A. capacitors. power constrained noise optimization. Behzad Razavi. 3. Reference: 1. and R. C. shunt-series amplifier. R. New York: IEEE Press. negative resistance oscillators. Prentice Hall.R. T 85 . 2. Ludwig and P. Thomas H. 2000. UK: Cambridge University Press.A. f doublers. noise models for active and passive components (3 hours) Module 2 (13 hours) High frequency amplifier design – zeros as bandwidth enhancers. Bretchko. Lee.. A. synthesis with static moduli. AB. Integrated Circuits for Wireless Communications. Pearson. resistors. modulation of power amplifiers. P. Abidi. eds. synthesis with dithering moduli. Gray. E and F amplifiers. resonators. combination synthesizers – phase noise considerations. 4. D. inductors and transformers – Transmission lines (6 hours) Noise – classical two-port noise theory.. subsampling mixers. linearity considerations (7 hours) Module 4 (8 hours) Oscillators & synthesizers – describing functions. 2004.

PLL and DLL based clock aligners Reference: 1. 1998 Howard Johnson & Martin Graham. Second Edition. 2.simultaneous bi-directional signalling terminations .signalling over RC interconnect .power supply noise .timing properties of clocked storage elements signals and events -open loop timing level sensitive clocking . Cambridge University Press. et all.pipeline timing .lossless LC transmission lines . 4.cross talk . time and distance .intersymbol interference Module 3 (10 hours) Signalling convention and circuits: Signalling modes for transmission lines -signalling over lumped transmission media . 2003 86 .transmission lines .area bonding .lossy LRC transmission lines .driving lossy LC lines .transmitter and receiver circuits Module 4 (12 hours) Timing convention and synchronisation: Timing fundamentals .Noise sources in digital system .Capacitance and inductance effects High seed properties of logic gates . William S.local power regulation . Digital Systems Engineering.symbiotic bypass capacitors . Digital Integrated Circuits: A Design perspective.syncronisation failure and metastability . Rabaey. Addison Wesley Publishing Company. 3. High Speed Digital Design: A Handbook of Black Magic. Prentice Hall PTR.power supply isolation . Poulton.IR drops .closed loop timing .Electrical models of wires . 1993 Masakazu Shoji. Dally & John W. High Speed Digital Circuits.special transmission lines Module 2 (10 hours) Power distribution and noise: Power supply network .clock distribution . 1996 Jan M.Speed and power -Modelling of wires -Geometry and electrical properties of wires .EC 4035: HIGH SPEED DIGITAL CIRCUITS L 3 T 0 P 0 C 3 Module 1 (10 hours) Introduction to high-speed digital design: Frequency.onchip bypass capacitors .

direction-of-arrival algorithms. Kraus. antenna efficiency. RF antennas – Microstrip antenna. loop antenna. polarization. radiation from an arbitrary source. Reference: 1. input impedance. 2007 W. Wiley-India. gain.Wiechert potentials for a moving charge. directivity.Schelkunoff polynomial method. “Antenna Theory and Design”2nd Ed. “Antenna Theory-Analysis and Design”. 2010 John D. 2 Ed. “Smart Antennas for Wireless Communications”. Wiley. parabolic antenna.”Antennas”. 6. 1988. types. A. Constantine A. Thiele. Fractal antenna Smart Antennas. Lienard. half-power beamwidth. Balanis. Frequency independent antennas. Yagi – Uda antenna. L. electric dipole radiation. radiation power density. radiation intensity. 5. bandwidth. Dolph-Tschebyscheff Array. 2. Reciprocity theorem. Stutzman and G.. array design. Jordan and Balmain: Electromagnetic waves and radiating systems. linear dipole antenna arrays-Broadside and Endfire Arrays. radiation efficiency. Antenna Synthesis. Binomial Array. “Antenna Theory and Design” Wiley-India. power radiated by a point charge. 3 Ed. Elliott. Duality theorem. magnetic dipole radiation. Fourier transform method Module 4 (10 hours) Antennas: Part-II : Helical antenna. adaptive beamforming. MGH. PHI. 3.EC 4036: ANTENNA THEORY Pre-requisite: EC 2022 L 3 T 0 P 0 C 3 Module 1 (8 hours) Antenna parameters: Radiation pattern. antenna beamforming.Principle. 1968 nd rd 87 . vector effective length and equivalent areas Module 2 (12 hours) Potentials and radiation fields: Retarded potentials. Module 3 (12 hours) Antennas: Part-I: Monopole and Dipole antennas. fields of a moving point charge. MGH Robert S. 4. 2005. 1997 Frank Gross.

CMOS Analog Circuit Design. VLSI Design Techniques for Analog and Digital Circuits. 2002 Philip Allen & Douglas Holberg. Cascode connection. Analog multiplier. H. Current source load. Body bias effect. 2001 Behzad Razavi. Tata-Mc GrawHill. MOSFET active resistors. Gilbert cell as multiplier.EC 4037: ANALOG MOS INTEGRATED CIRCUITS L 3 Pre-requisites: EC2013. Current mirror. MOS output stages. Analog Design for VLSI System. Design of Analog CMOS Integrated Circuit.E. Start up circuits. Voltage dividers Module 2 (10 hours) Current sources and sinks. Threshold voltage and thermal voltage referenced self biasing. Concept of current steering. Differential amplifier and Operational transconductance amplifiers Module 4 (12 hours) Nonlinear analog circuits. Thermal noise and flicker noise in MOS transistors. Switched capacitor circuits. CMOS comparator.Boyce. Hurst. Layout and Simulation. Non ideal effects of MOSFET switch. Frequency response. Beta multiplier referenced self biasing. 2007 Gray. John Wiley & Sons. Cascode amplifier. Kluwer Academic Publishers. 1990 Franco Maloberti. 2002 T 0 P 0 C 3 88 . Common source. Common drain and Common gate amplifiers. Current source self biasing circuits. Switched capacitor integrators. High frequency MOSFET model. First order and second order switched capacitor filters. Bandgap referenced biasing. switch reduction in switched capacitor circuits Reference: 1 2 3 4 5 6 R. Baker. Allen and Strader. Circuit Design. EC2021 & EC 3011 Module 1 (8 hours) Review of MOSFET operation. Wilson current mirror. Threshold voltage. Channel length modulation. McGRAW-Hill international Edition. transient response.W. Wiley-IEEE Press. Matching considerations in current mirrors. Class AB amplifier. Auto zeroing.J. 2005 Geiger. Low frequency MOSFET model in saturation region. CMOS CMOS Circuit Design. Analysis and Design of Analog Integrated Circuits. MOSFET switch. Lewis and Meyer. Fourth Edition. Push pull amplifier. Drain current. Oxford University Press. voltage references Module 3 (12 hours) Gate-Drain connected load.Li and D.

Dr. Sandip Tiwari. Resonant-tunneling hot electron transistors Reference: 1. F. Module 3 (8 hours) Metal semiconductor contacts and Metal Insulator Semiconductor and MOS devices: Native oxides of Compound semiconductors for MOS devices and the interface state density related issues. different SiC structures. Ferry. GaN etc. Chang. velocity versus electric field characteristics of these materials. Wiley (1990) ISBN 0-471-62307-5 6. Gallium Nitride Electronics. Artech House. David K. Reliability Engineering Theory and PracticeSpringer 2007. C. InP and GaN based devices for high speed operation. Cheng T. 5. Springer 2008. G.EC 4038: HIGH SPEED SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICES L 3 T 0 P 0 C 3 Module 1 (6 hours) Important parameters governing the high speed performance of devices and circuits: Transit time of charge carriers. doping concentration and temperature. junction capacitances. resistances. outline of the crystal structure. Academic Press (1991). 3.K. Alessandro Birolini. Avishay Katz. Ed. The Institution of Engineering and Technology. (Available on NITC intranet in Springer eBook section) 10. electrostatic calculations. 1985 4. electric field characteristics of materials and device processing techniques. C. D. as compared to silicon based devices.ISBN 978-0-86341-743-6. Artech (1990). Technology and Devices.A. Prof. doping. High Frequency resonant – tunneling devices. 7. Sze. InGaAs. ISBN-10 3-54040287-X. Velocity overshoot effects and the related advantages of GaAs. High Speed Semiconductor Devices. AlGaAs. Compound Semiconductor Device Physics. Introduction to Semiconductor Technology: GaAs and Related Compounds. Metal semiconductor contacts. Available on NITC intranet in Springer eBook section) 89 . SiGe and GaAs Integrated Circuits. Wang. homo and hetro junctions. GaAs and InP based HBT device structure and the surface passivation for stable high gain high frequency performance. doping concentration and temperature Module 2 (16 hours) Materials properties: Merits of III –V binary and ternary compound semiconductors (GaAs. silicon-germanium alloys and silicon carbide for high speed devices. The generic Modulation Doped FET(MODFET) structure for high electron mobility realization. GaAs High-Speed Devices: Physics. 2007. ISBN 978-3-540-71890-1.. Ed.. important parameters governing the high power performance of devices and circuits: Break down voltage. Schottky barrier diode. Ruediger Quay. John Wiley & Sons. Material and device process technique with these III-V and IV – IV semiconductors. Kai. Williams. ISBN 0-12-691740-X 8. characteristics and analysis of drain current.. ON-resistances and their dependence on the device geometry and size. Band gap engineering. Gallium Arsenide Technology. 1992.Y. Howard W. InGaAs/InP HEMT structures: Hetero junction Bipolar transistors (HBTs): Principle of operation and the benefits of hetero junction BJT for high speed applications. Band diagrams. device geometries. SiGe HBTs and the concept of strained layer devices. S. Sams & Co. Armstrong. Technology and Circuit Applications Wiley 2.M. dopants and electrical properties such as carrier mobility. United Kingdom. SiC. Metal semiconductor Field Effect Transistors (MESFETs): Pinch off voltage and threshold voltage of MESFETs. carrier mobility.). 9. Principle of operation and the unique features of HEMT. ISBN 0-89006-343-5. Modern GaAs Processing Methods. Indium Phosphide and Related materials: Processing. Ralph E. Module 4 (12 hours) High Electron Mobility Transistors (HEMT): Hetero-junction devices. Sub threshold characteristics. London. InP. Maiti. TCAD for Si.C. short channel effects and the performance of scaled down devices.

4. II and III heterojunctions. energy quantization. fundamental limits for MOS operation. Si-Ge heterostructure. Coulomb staircase (8 hours) Heterostructure based devices – Type I. Springer 2005 Mark Lundstrom and Jing Guo: Nanoscale Transistors: Device Physics. Modeling and Simulation. 2005 Karl Goser: Nanoelectronics and Nanosystems: From Transistors to Molecular and Quantum Devices. power density. Artech House Publishers. FinFETs. vertical MOSFETs. strained Si devices Module 3 (16 hours) Quantum structures – quantum wells. Coulomb blockade. characteristics (4 hours) Reference: 1. 3. Cambridge University Press. hot electron effects. 1999 S M Sze (Ed): High speed semiconductor devices. 2005 Vladimir V Mitin.Spin-based devices – spinFET. quantum wires and quantum dots. Viatcheslav A Kochelap and Michael A Stroscio: Quantum heterostructures. tunneling.resonant tunneling devices (diodes & transistors) (8 hours) Module 4 (8 hours) Carbon nanotubes based devices – CNFET. Mircea Dragoman and Daniela Dragoman: Nanoelectronics – Principles & devices.EC 4039: NANOELECTRONICS L T P C 3 0 0 3 Module 1 (8 hours) Challenges going to sub-100 nm MOSFETs – Oxide layer thickness. lithography. Single electron devices – charge quantization. interconnect issues. 2. Silicon-on-nothing. Silicon-on-insulator. sub-threshold current. non-uniform dopant concentration. 1990 90 . Module 2 (10 hours) Novel MOS-based devices – Multiple gate MOSFETs. heterostructures of III-V and II-VI compounds . Springer. 5. Wiley. threshold voltage scaling. velocity saturation. characteristics (4 hours) Spintronics .

**EC 4040: OPTO-ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS
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L 3 T 0 P 0 C 3

Module 1 (13 hours) Optical fiber fundamentals - Solution to Maxwell’s equation in a circularly symmetric step index optical fiber, linearly polarized modes, single mode and multimode fibers, concept of V number, graded index fibers, total number of guided modes (no derivation), polarization maintaining fibers, attenuation mechanisms in fibers, dispersion in single mode and multimode fibers, dispersion shifted and dispersion flattened fibers, attenuation and dispersion limits in fibers, Kerr nonlinearity, self phase modulation, combined effect of dispersion and self phase modulation, nonlinear Schrodinger equation (no derivation), fundamental soliton solution Module 2 (8 hours) Optical sources - LED and laser diode, principles of operation, concepts of line width, phase noise, switching and modulation characteristics – typical LED and LD structures. Module 3 (9 hours) Optical detectors - PN detector, pin detector, avalanche photodiode – Principles of operation, concepts of responsivity, sensitivity and quantum efficiency, noise in detection, typical receiver configurations (high impedance and transimpedance receivers). (9 hours) Module 4 (12 hours) Optical amplifiers– Semiconductor amplifier, rare earth doped fiber amplifier (with special reference to erbium doped fibers), Raman amplifier, Brillouin amplifier – principles of operation, amplifier noise, signal to noise ratio, gain, gain bandwidth, gain and noise dependencies, intermodulation effects, saturation induced crosstalk, wavelength range of operation. (12 hours)

Reference: 1. 2. 3. Leonid Kazovsky, Sergio Benedetto and Alan Willner: `Optical Fiber Communication Systems’, Artech House, 1996. G.P.Agrawal: `Nonlinear Fiber Optics’, 3 Ed; Academic Press, 2004. G.P.Agrawal : ‘Fiber optic communication systems’, 3 Ed; Wiley-Interscience, 2002.

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**EC 4041: COMMUNICATION SWITCHING SYSTEMS
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Pre-requisite: EC 3012 L 3 T 0 P 0 C 3

Module 1 (10 hours) Electronic switching systems: basics of a switching system - stored program control –centralized SPC and distributed SPC, space division switching – strict–sense non-blocking switches - re-arrangeable networks– Clos, Slepian-Duguid, Paull’s Theorems - Synchronous transfer mode- asynchronous transfer mode - time division switching – TSI operation. Module 2 (12 hours) Multi stage switching networks: Two dimensional switching, Multi-stage time and space switching, implementation complexity of the switches - blocking probability analysis of multistage switches – lee approximation - improved approximate analysis of blocking switch - examples of digital switching systems (eg: AT & T No.5 ESS) Module 3 (12 hours) Traffic Analysis: traffic measurements, arrival distributions, Poisson process, holding/service time distributions, loss systems, lost calls cleared – Erlang-B formula, lost calls cleared model with finite sources, delay systems, Little’s theorem, Erlang-C formula , M/G/1 model, non-preemptive priority models. Module 4 (8 hours) Signaling: customer line signaling - outband signaling - inband signaling - PCM signaling - inter register signaling - common channel signaling principles-CCITT signaling system No: 7 - signaling system performance. Introduction to ATM switching –Fast packet switching – self routing switches – Banyan network – ATM switches – Design of typical switches. Reference: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. John C. Bellamy, Digital Telephony, Third edition, Wiley Inter Science Publications, 2000 Schwartz M., Telecommunication Networks - Protocols, Modeling and Analysis, Pearson Education, 2004 Joseph Y Hui, Switching and Traffic Theory for Integrated Broadband Networks, Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1990. Viswanathan T., Telecommunication Switching Systems and Networks, Prentice Hall of India Pvt. Ltd, 1992 Flood J.E., Telecommunications Switching Traffic and Networks, Pearson Education Pvt.Ltd,2001 C.Dhas, V.K.Konangi and M.Sreetharan, Broadband Switching, architectures, protocols, design and analysis, IEEE Computer society press, J. Wiely & Sons INC, 1991 Freeman R.L., Telecommunication System Engineering, John Wiley & Sons, 1989 Das J, Review of Digital Communication 'State of the Art' in Signalling Digital Switching and Data Networks, Wiley Eastern Ltd., New Delhi, 1988.

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**EC 4042: RADAR ENGINEERING
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Pre requisites: EC 2022, EC 2024 L 3 T 0 P 0 C 3

Module1 (10 hours) Introduction-Radar Equation-Block diagram-Radar frequencies- Applications- Prediction of range performance – Pulse Repetition Frequency and Range ambiguities –Antenna parameters-System losses Module 2 (12 hours) CW Radar-The Doppler Effect- FM-CW radar- Multiple frequency radar – MTI Radar- Principle- Delay line cancellors- Staggered PRF – Range gating- Noncoherent MTI-Pulse Doppler radar- Tacking Radar –Sequential lobbing-Conical Scan- Monopulse – Acquisition Module 3 (10 hours) Radar Transmitters- Modulators-Solid state transmitters, Radar Antennas- Parabolic-Scanning feed-LensRadomes, Electronically steered phased array antenna-Applications, Receivers-Displays-Duplexers Module 4 (10 hours) Detection of Radar signals in noise –Matched filter criterion-detection criterion – Extraction of information and waveform design, Propagation of radar waves –Radar clutter Special purpose radars-Synthetic aperture radar- HF and over the horizon radar- Air surveillance radar- Height finder and 3D radars – Bistatic radar-Radar Beacons- Radar Jamming and Electronic Counters . Reference: 1. 2. 3. 4. Introduction to Radar Systems –Merrill I. Skolnik, 3rd Edition, MacGraw Hill, 2002. Radar Handbook -Merril I.Skolnik , McGraw Hill Publishers, 1990 Radar Principles for the Non-Specialist, by J. C. Toomay, Paul Hannen SolTech Publishers, 2004 Radar systems- Merril I.Skolnik, McGraw Hill Publishers, 2005.

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3 Edn. Chapman & Hall.Groups and fields . 5.. Rainer A. Second Edn. Springer-Verlag. Stinson.Polynomial ring – Field extension Module 2 (11 hours) Classical Cryptography – Substitution and Transposition Cipher – Modern Cryptographic Techniques –Private Key Cryptosystems – Block cipher – Standards – Data Encryption Standard – AES – Linear and differential cryptanalysis Stream cipher – Key stream generators – Linear feed back shift registers and sequences – RC4 cryptosystem – Attacks on LFSR based stream ciphers Module 3 (11 hours) Public key cryptosystems – One way functions – Factorization problem – RSA crypto system – Discrete logarithm problem – Elgamal crypto system – Key management – Diffie Hellmann key exchange – Elliptic curves – arithmetic – cryptographic applications of elliptic curves Module 4 (8 hours) Message authentication requirements – Hash function – features of MD5 and SHA algorithms – Security of Hash function – Message Authentication Codes – Digital Signatures – Elgamal DSA – Applications of authentication – Electronic mail security – PGP – Secret sharing Reference: 1. “ Abstract Algebra”. “ Analysis and Design of Stream Ciphers” . John Wiley & Sons. Douglas A. CRC Press Company. 4. Theory and Practice”. 2003 David S.. “ Primality and Cryptography”.Congruence – Euler function Fermat’s little theorem – Euler theorem . Ruppel.. 6. John Wiley & Sons. 2002 William Stallings. 2. Pearson Education.1986 rd 94 . Washington. Washington. Lawrence C.. Foote.EC 4043: CRYPTOGRAPHY: THEORY AND PRACTICE L T P C 3 0 0 3 Module 1 (12 hours) Divisibility – Prime numbers –Euclidean Algorithm – Diophantine equations . 2003 Evangelos Kranakis. Washington. Chapman & Hall. Dummit. 2000. 1991. “Cryptography. Second Edn. Richard M. CRC Press Company. “ Cryptography and Network Security”. “ Elliptic Curves”. 3.

2006 Fundamentals of Photonics : B E Saleh and M C Teich. Franz-Keldysh effect. Schottky barrier photodiode. 2 Ed. distributed feedback lasers. Auger recombination Module 2 (8 hours) Lasers – threshold condition for lasing. 3. integrated transmitters and receivers. 1991 th nd 95 . heterojunction lasers. modulation of lasers Module 3 (8 hours) Optical detection – PIN. modulated barrier photodiode. wavelength selective detection. Press. absorption.EC 4044: OPTO-ELECTRONIC DEVICES AND SYSTEMS L 3 T 0 P 0 C 3 Module 1 (10 hours) Optical processes in semiconductors – electron hole recombination. 2002 Amnon Yariv & Pochi Yeh– Photonics: Optical Electronics in modern communication. line broadening mechanisms. Module 4 (8 hours) Optoelectronic modulation .Franz-Keldysh and Stark effect modulators. electro-optic modulators. Pallab Bhattacharya: Semiconductor Optoelectronic Devices. tunneling based lasers. guided wave devices Reference: 1. Wiley-Interscience. optical switching and logic devices Module 5 (8 hours) Optoelectronic ICs – hybrid and monolithic integration. Stark effect. Pearson Education. APD. quadratic electro-optic effect quantum well modulators. quantum well lasers. deep level transitions. 2. quantum well electro-absorption modulators. axial and transverse laser modes. quantum confined Stark effect. 6 Ed. microcavity photodiodes. materials and processing. Oxford Univ.

Discrete Sine Transform. Discrete Cosine Transform. Run Length Coding.Applications – Predictive Coding – Prediction with Partial Match – Burrows Wheeler Transform – Sequitur.Gallager. 1971. Golomb Codes. Converse source coding theorem (Converse of the Rate distortion theorem) . 2005. The discrete rate distortion function R(D). Second Edn.Subband coding – Wavelet Based Compression – Analysis/Synthesis Schemes – Speech.. CRC Press.Design of Quantizers: Scalar Quantization – Uniform & Non-uniform – Adaptive Quantization – Vector Quantization – Linde Buzo Gray Algorithm – Tree Structured Vector Quantizers – Lattice Vector Quantizers – Differential Encoding Schemes.G. Ali N. text. and images. Subbands. R. “Introduction to Data Compression”. 2001. 7. Discrete Walsh Hadamard Transform – Transform coding . 4 Edn. “Rate Distortion Theory: A Mathematical Basis for Data Compression”. Tunstall Codes Module 2 (9 hours) Dictionary Techniques – Static Dictionary – Adaptive Dictionary. Prentice Hall Inc. 3.Lossless Compression Standards (files. 2006. 6. “Data Compression: The Complete Reference”.. th T 0 P 0 C 3 96 . “Wavelets and Subband Coding”. Inc. LZ78. Springer Publications.. 1995.Rao. Richard A.C. EC 3022 Module 1 (9 hours) Compression Techniques – Lossless and Lossy Compression – Modeling and Coding – Mathematical Preliminaries for Lossless Compression – Huffman Coding – Minimum Variance Huffman Codes – Extended Huffman Coding – Adaptive Huffman Coding – Arithmetic Coding – Application of Huffman and Arithmetic Coding. Properties of R(D). Prentice Hall. K. “Information Theory and Reliable Communication”.. 1992 Martin Vetterli.Source coding theorem (Rate distortion theorem).. Khalid Sayood. Audio. Calculation of R(D). and Wavelets – Karhunen Loeve Transform. P. Image and Video Compression Standards. Subbands and Wavelets”. Inc. David Salomon. Academic Press.EC 4045: SIGNAL COMPRESSION L 3 Pre-Requisites: EC 3013. Haddad.LZ77. Dynamic Markov Compression Module 3 (12 hours) Mathematical Preliminaries for Lossy Coding – Rate distortion theory: Motivation. 2.. Jelena Kovacevic. 4. “Multiresolution Signal Decomposition: Transforms. Reference : 1. Toby Berger. and the Gaussian source.Yip. 1968. R(D) for the binary source. LZW .R.. 5. Morgan Kaufmann Publishers. “The Transform and Data Compression Handbook”.. Akansu. faxes). John Wiley & Sons. Module 4 (12 hours) Mathematical Preliminaries for Transforms .

Millimeter wave and sub-millimeter wave vacuum electron devices. 8. circulator. Prentice Hall. Second Ed. directional coupler. 97 . phase shifter. up. 1991. Sigfrid Yngyesson: Microwave Semiconductor Devices. 7. waveguide tees.West Press. Millimetre Wave Engineering and Applications. Prentice Hall. Reflex klystron. TRAPATT diode. noise figure (8 hours) Module 4 (8 hours) Low noise microwave amplifiers and oscillators – masers – stimulated emission. IEEE-Wiley.EC 4046: MICROWAVE DEVICES & CIRCUITS Pre-requisite: EC 2022 L 3 T 0 P 0 C 3 Module 1 (10 hours) Modal analysis of rectangular and circular metallic waveguides– TE and TM modes. 4. Kluwer Academic. cut-off. 1988. J. Harsany: `Principles of Microwave Technology’. filter implementation with transmission lines and strip lines Module 2 (8 hours) Passive microwave components – S matrix formalism. Module 3 (16 hours) Vacuum tube microwave devices – Klystron .velocity modulation and bunching. 1986 P A Rizzi: Microwave Engineering. mode excitation. 2. 2005. Bhartia & I. 2000 David M Pozar: Microwave Engineering. Gunn diode. down and negative resistance parametric amplifier. impedance matching – single stub and double stub. Affiliated East . Reference: 1. re-entrant cavity. guide wavelength. characteristics. isolator. IMPATT diode. noise figure. (8 hours) Semiconductor microwave devices – tunnel diode. parametric amplifiers – Manley Rowe relations. Q factor of resonators. 1997 P. Rajeshwari Chatterji: Microwave. Third edition. Microwave Resonators – analysis. heterojunction bipolar transistors – principle. 5. Bahl. C. John Wiley. 2004 A S Gilmour: Microwave Tubes. 1994 R E Collin: Foundations for Microwave Engineering. 3. traveling wave tube . 6. John Wiley & Sons. Strip lines and microstrip lines – analysis. Stephen C. Artech House.slow wave structure and Brillouin diagram.

2007 98 . Wireless Communications. and DBLAST Detectors .Channel State Information at Transmitter and Receiver .Analysis of Performance and Comparison . Cambridge University Press.Ergodic and Outage capacity . Andrea Goldsmith. and MMSE Filtering .EC 4047: ADVANCED WIRELESS COMMUNICATION L 3 T 0 P 0 C 3 Module 1 (10 hours) Capacity of Parallel AWGN Channels – Capacity of Fading Channels . Gerhard Cramer et. D. Cooperative Communications (Foundations and Trends in Networking).Alamouti SpaceTime Code – Codes for Large Number of Transmit Antennas. Fundamentals of Wireless Communications.Frequency Selective Channels .Network Coding – 2 Way Relaying – Cooperative Diversity. 3. Module 2 (11hours) Fundamentals of MIMO communication . Viswanath.VBLAST.Combination of MIMO with Multiple Access Techniques . al. 2.Capacity MIMO Flat Fading Channel – Dirty Paper Coding. Module 3 (10 hours) Multiple Access Techniques – Space Division Multiple Access . Reference: 1. Now Publishers Inc. P.Diversity and Spatial Multiplexing Aspects .Uncoded Transmission with ML Detection. 2005. 2005. ZF Filtering. Cambridge University Press. CF and DF .Applications in 3rd and 4th Generation Systems Module 4 (10 hours) Cooperative Communication – Wireline and Wireless Network Models – Cooperative Strategies and Rates – Network Capacity – AF. Tse.OFDMA .

7. “Lessons in Estimation Theory for Signal Processing. Monson H. The Kalman Filter (4 Hrs) Module 3 (10 hours) Fundamentals of Detection Theory: Hypothesis Testing . 2: Detection Theory.EC 4048: SIGNAL ESTIMATION & DETECTION L 3 T 0 P 0 C 3 Module 1(10 hours) Fundamentals of Estimation Theory: Role of Estimation in Signal Processing. Communication and Control. Matched Filter Approach.)” Lawrence Erlbaum Associates Publishers. Linear Modeling-Examples. 2010 5. Vol. Min-Max Criterion. Hippenstiel. Neyman-Pearson Criterion.. “Principles of Signal Detection and Parameter Estimation”.Least Squares Estimation-Batch Processing. Van Trees. 2. Filtering. Recursive Least Squares Estimation. Ralph D. Levy. CRC Press. Jerry M. Detection of signals with Random Parameters Reference: 1. M-ary Detection of Known Signals in WGN. Springer. Kay.. Prediction. Best Linear Unbiased Estimation. ML Detection. New York. 2004. Finding MVU Estimators." Prentice Hall Inc. Harry L. Douglas Creelman. 2008. 1968." John Wiley & Sons Inc. Receiver Operating Characteristic Curves. Cramer-Rao Lower Bound. USA. Estimation and Modulation Theory. Matrix Inversion Lemma. “Detection.Applications and Digital Signal Processing”. 4. “Statistical Signal Processing: Vol." Prentice Hall Inc.General Modeling of Binary Hypothesis Testing Problem. Bayes’ Detection." Wiley India Edn. Steven M. Single Stage Predictors. Bernard C. 1: Estimation Theory. Edn. Likelihood and Maximum Likelihood Estimation (8 Hrs) Random Parameter Estimation: Bayesian Philosophy. Part 1 and 2. “Statistical Digital Signal Processing and Modelling. Mendel. “Detection Theory: A User's Guide (Sec. Neel A. Unbiasedness. 99 . Multivariate Gaussian Random Variables. Hayes. 6. 2002.. Minimum Mean Square Error Estimator (3 Hrs) State Estimation: Overview of State-Space Modeling. Macmillan and C. Minimum variance unbiased(MVU) estimators. Minimum Probability of Error Criterion. 1995 3. Basics of Multiple Hypothesis Testing. Module 4 (7 hours) Detection of Signals in White Gaussian Noise (WGN): Binary Detection of Known Signals in WGN. 1998. “Detection Theory. Module 2 (15 hours) Estimation Techniques: Deterministic Parameter Estimation . MAP Detection.

Computer Organisation and Design: The Hardware/ Software Interface. 2005 Lyla B. 2007. Th Ungerer: Processor Architecture: From Dataflow to Superscalar and Beyond. A. L. & Patterson D. 5.. A.Multi core processing – facts and figures .. The reorder buffer. Programming and Interfacing Pearson Education. The out-of-order core. 4.Instruction flow techniques Program control flow and control dependences Module 4 (10 hours) Superscalar and multi core techniques: General principles of superscalar architecture . 2. 2010 Hennessy J.Virtualization –concepts Reference : 1. PVAM.-Basics .. The x86 Microprocessors. Springer-Verlag. Modern Processor Design: Fundamentals of Superscalar Processors. Elsevier Publishers. EC 3021 L T P C 3 0 0 3 Module 1 (8 hours) Fundamentals: Technology trend -Performance measurement –Comparing and summarizing performancequantitative principles of computer design –Amdahl’s law-Case studies. John Shen and Mikko H Lipasti. Elsevier Publications.Limitations of ILPMultiprocessor and thread level parallelism. June 1999 100 .Memory management unit-Virtual Memory and concepts of cache -32 bit programming Module 3 (14 hours) Instruction and thread level parallelism: Instruction level parallelism and concepts . 4/e. The inorder front end. & Hennessy J. 2007 Jurij Silc.Pipelining: Issues and solutions.Pipelining. Patterson D.EC 4049: ARCHITECTURE OF ADVANCED PROCESSORS Pre –requisites: EC 3019. Architecture. McGraw Hill Publishers . 3. L. Borut Robic. Computer Architecture: A Quantitative approach. 3/e.Das. Memory subsystem. Principles of processor performance Processor performance optimization.Performance evaluation methods Module 2 (10 hours) Features of advanced Intel processors: Enhancements of 80386 and Pentium -Hardware Features.

Electromagnetics with Applucations. John D. John Wiley. Kraus and Daniel A. John R Whinnery.Yagi . Fields and Waves in Communication Electronics. Simon Ramo.Uda arrays – frequencyindependent arrays Module 3 (7 hours) Antenna temperature . 2007. 5. McGraw-Hill. PHI. Jordan and Balmain: Electromagnetic waves and radiating systems. effect of earth’s conductivity and shape on surface wave propagation. 4. 2002.EC 4050: RADIATION AND PROPAGATION Pre-requisite: EC2022 L 3 T 0 P 0 C 3 Module 1 (11 hours) Some types of practical radiating systems – Field and power calculations with currents assumed on the antenna electric and magnetic dipole radiators . Third Edition. 3. Tata McGraw Hill. Second Edition. and Theodore Van Duzer. David J Griffiths: Introduction to Electrodynamics. effect of earth’s magnetic field on EM waves in ionosphere. 2002. Fleisch. 6. Fifth Edition. C A Balanis: Antenna Theory. John Wiley and Sons. 2.radiation resistance – antennas above earth or conducting plane traveling wave on a straight wire – V and rhombic antennas – methods of feeding wire antennas Module 2 (12 hours) Radiation from fields over an aperture – fields as sources of radiation – Plane wave sources – Examples of radiating apertures excited by plane waves – electromagnetic horns – arrays of elements – radiation intensity with superposition of effects – array of two half-wave dipoles – linear arrays . Second Edition. J D Krauss: Antennas. skip distance. PHI. near field and Fourier transform – receiving antennas and reciprocity – reciprocity relations Module 4 (12 hours) Effect of earth’s conductivity on antenna pattern. maximum usable frequency Reference: 1.Radiation patters and antenna gain . 101 . 2003. 1999. PHI.signal-to-noise ratio – radar and radar cross section – far field. Third edition. plasma and cyclotron frequencies. 2003. Third Edition.

ribbon cables Module 4 (7 hours) Safety grounds. 1999 2. static discharge. Kim R. current. 2nd Ed. human body model. shielding to prevent magnetic radiation. Carr: Elements of Electronic Instrumentation and Measurements. Electronic Instrument handbook: Clyde F Jr Coombs. methods of reducing interference in electronic systems. signal grounds.Ott : Noise Reduction Techniques in Electronic Systems. effect of shield on magnetic coupling.EMC regulations. 3rd Ed. ESD protection in equipment design Reference: 1. multipoint-point ground systems. Oxford University Press. 4. inductive coupling. frequency. 1995 3. inductance. hybrid grounds. shielding properties of various cable configurations. charge and pulse energy Module 2 (7 hours) Designing for EMC . shield grounding at high frequencies. Amazon. Joseph J. 1996. John Wiley & Sons. methods of noise coupling. Module 5 (7 hours) Protection Against Electrostatic Discharges: Static generation. practical low frequency grounding. ground loops. functional ground layout. resistance. power. coaxial cable versus shielded twisted pair. shielding a receptor against magnetic fields. effect of shield on capacitive and inductive coupling.EC 4051: ELECTRONIC INSTRUMENTATION L T P C 3 0 0 3 Module 1 (14 hours) Measurement of voltage. noise. Module 3 (7 hours) Capacitive coupling. typical noise path. hardware grounds. time. Fowler: Electronic Instrument Design. single-point ground systems. Henry W. 102 . 1988. grounding of cable shields. capacitance. magnetic coupling between shield and inner conductor. Prentice Hall. braided shields. guarded instruments.

springerlink. MRAM.springerlink. direct band to band tunneling. 1 transistor DRAM . threshold voltage. word line driver. timing diagrams. Classification of memories Module 2 (10 hours) Volatile memories: SRAM. sense amplifier. Nonvolatile Semiconductor Memory Technology: A Comprehensive Guide to Understanding and Using NVSM Devices. 2008. Kluwer Academic Publishers. performance and timing specifications. Amara Amara and Olivier Rozeau. tunneling phenomenon. ISBN 978-1-4020-9327-2. FeRAM. 1997.com/content/978-0-387-71751-7/contents/ 8. Thyristor RAM Module V (7 hours) Non silicon based memories: PCRAM. Physics of Semiconductor Devices. Brown. Fundamentals of Modern VLSI DevicesCambridge University Press. William D. performance and timing specifications. Jean-Pierre Colinge. 3-transistor DRAM.springerlink. array device considerations for non silicon based memories Reference: 1. ISBN 0471208132 3. WileyIEEE Press. leakage mechanisms in a DRAM.9327-2/contents/ 9. Low voltage SRAMs.springerlink. Caroline Whelan and Thomas Mikolajick. Joe Brewer. hot electron effect. Wiley-IEEE Press. body bias effect. current characteristics. retention. Wiley-IEEE Press. 1998. functionality. Semiconductor Memories: Technology. Fowler-Nordheim tunneling. retention time calculations Module 3 (10 hours) Non volatile memories: FLASH Memories. Interconnects and Packaging. architecture. subthreshold slope. various leakages in a MOSFET. PDSOI. 1997.e-ISBN 978-1-4020-9341-8. eBook ISBN: 0306-47622-3. Nonvolatile Memory Technologies with Emphasis on Flash: A Comprehensive Guide to Understanding and Using Flash Memory Devices. band diagrams. Sharma. Springer. Joe Brewer. ISBN 978-0-387-71751-7 eISBN 978-0-387-71752-4. access online at (NITC intranet) http://www.com/content/978-14020. Materials for Information Technology Devices. Z-RAM. Ashok K. FinFETs and Other Multi-Gate Transistors Springer. NAND based flash memories Module 4 (5 hours) SOI Based RAM: Parasitic BJTs in a SOI. 2003. SOI MOSFET. structure and working of a SONOS cell. 2002. ISBN 0780310004 2. functionality. drain current and gate current characteristics. FDSOI. Springer. Design and Applications. multi level flash memories.2005 available online (NIT Calicut intranet) at http://www. Y. 2009. Ashok K. NOR based flash memories. SOI SRAMs.com/content/978-1-85233-941-8/contents/ 5. Ning. http://www. Ehrenfried Zschech. 2008. timing diagrams. From Technology to Circuit.com/content/978-1-4020-7018-1/ 7. Jean-Pierre Colinge. http://www. floating gate theory. architecture. Taur and T. Wiley IEEE Press. Testing and Reliability. Sharma. direct tunneling. Content addressable memories (CAM). ISBN: 978-0-7803-1173-2 4.EC 4052: STATE OF THE ART AND FUTURE MEMORIES Prerequisite: EC2013 or equivalent L 3 Module 1 (10 hours) Review of MOS based devices. Print ISBN: 1-4020-7018-7. ISBN: 0521-55959-6 T 0 P 0 C 3 103 .H. Advanced Semiconductor Memories: Architectures. Planar Double-Gate Transistor. Manzur Gill. ISBN: 978-0-47177002-2 6. . structure and working FLOTOX Memories.

Statistics of Oxide Breakdown: Cell percolation model.springerlink. and Duty Cycle Dependence. TDDB and Circuits. Measurement Techniques: VT. critical field in a dielectric. Types of Defects in a Semiconductor. ISBN: 0521-55959-6 2. Y. diffusion length. Addison-Wesley. and Floating Probe. Time-Dependent Dielectric Breakdown. 2002. Independence. Radiation and hard errors. machine model. Voldman. SILC. Reliability definition. Ning. Semiconductor Material and Device Characterization. Mathematics of Reliability: Weibull statistics. generation and recombination of carriers. QY. Statistics of Soft-breakdown by Markov Chain. Taur and T. Field Acceleration of Negative Bias Temperature Instability. DC-IV. Physics of Semiconductor Devices. 1998. Steven H. John Wiley and Sons. PDF Module 2 (8 hours) Kinetics of Negative Bias Temperature Instability: Stress Phase. Zener break down. Circuit Implications of NBTI Module 3 (8 hours) Scaling Theory of Hot Carrier Degradation. life time of carriers. Electro migration Module 5 (6 hours) Introduction to Electro static discharge (ESB). Theory of Soft and Hard Breakdown. access online at (NITC intranet) http://www. velocity saturation. Off-State Hot Carrier Degradation . Charge-pumping. 1996. Ltd ISBN: 0-470-84753-0 5. Spin-Dependent Recombination Module 4 (12 hours) Breakdown mechanisms of thick dielectrics and thin dielectrics. human body model. Kluwer Academic Publishers. Field-dependence of TDDB. Subthreshold and linear drain current Measurements. MOSFET scaling. eBook ISBN: 0306-47622-3. Semiconductor Device Fundamentals. OnState Hot Carrier Degradation. Sources of radiation flux and its characteristics. Pierret. ESD: Physics and Devices 2004. Kinetics of Trap Generation.H. Characterization of Interface Traps. GIDL. Print ISBN: 1-4020-7018-7. Soft error due to radiation effects. and GIDL Techniques for Interface Traps. Jean-Pierre Colinge. error correction. ISBN: ISBN 0-201-54393-1 3. Schroder. Hot electron effect. Spatial and Temporal Characteristics of dielectric breakdown.F. dielectrics. Theory of Radiation Damage. Radiation.com/content/978-1-4020-7018-1/ 104 . NBTI: Relaxation. Arrhenius Diffusion. methods to contain ESD Reference: 1. K.EC 4053: RELIABILITY OF SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICES Prerequisites: EC2013 or equivalent L T P C 3 0 0 3 Module 1 (8 hours) Introduction to Reliability Physics. ISBN: 0471-73906-5 4. Fundamentals of Modern VLSI Devices Cambridge University Press. R. Dispersive vs. D. Freq. 1996. Theory of Thick dielectrics. Stress migration. Avalanche break down. Voltage Dependence of Trap Generation: Lucky Electron Model. John Wiley & Sons.

ISBN 978-1-4020-9327-2. Floating body and parasitic BJT effects. substrate bias. Kluwer Academic Publishers. Planar Double-Gate Transistor. short channel effects. 1998. FINFET Module 4 (8 hours) Physical view of nano scale MOSFET.springerlink. 5. mobility various models. 2008. ultra shallow junctions. Ning. device characteristics. From Technology to Circuit. Springer. I-V characteristics of non-degenerate and degenerate carrier statistics Reference: 1. short channel and narrow channel MOSFET.com/content/978-1-4020-7018-1/ Y. transconductance. http://www. PD and FD SOI devices. 105 . Taur and T. drain current and subthreshold characteristics. Fundamentals of Modern VLSI DevicesCambridge University Press.EC 4054: SILICON ON INSULATOR AND ADVANCED MOSFET BASED STRUCTURES Prerequisite: EC2013 or equivalent L 3 T 0 P 0 C 3 Module 1 (11 hours) Review of MOS device: band diagrams. Jean-Pierre Colinge. current-voltage characteristics: Lim&Fossum model and C-∞ model. volume inversion. high field mobility. triple gate. threshold effect. access online at (NITC intranet) http://www. ISBN 978-0-387-71751-7 eISBN 978-0-387-71752-4. role of quantum capacitance. transmission coefficient under low and high drain biases. scattering theory. self heating Module 3 (8 hours) Multiple gate SOI MOSFETs: double gate. silicon nano wires.H. drain conductance.com/content/978-1-40209327-2/contents/ Jean.springerlink. Nator’s theory of the ballistic MOSFET. evaluation of the I-V characteristics. Physics of Semiconductor Devices. high-k gate dielectrics. eBook ISBN: 0-30647622-3. Silicon-on-insulator Technology: Materials to VLSI Kluwer Academic publishers group. short channel effects. low field mobility. triple-plus gate. 4. Print ISBN: 1-4020-7018-7. scaling of MOSFET. 2004. impact ionization and high field effects: Kink effect and Hot-carrier degradation.e-ISBN 978-1-4020-9341-8. FinFETs and Other Multi-Gate Transistors Springer. 3. ISBN: 0521-55959-6 Jean-Pierre Colinge. GAA. MOSFET physics in terms of scattering. 2009. 2.Pierrie Colinge. source and drain resistance Module 2 (15 hours) The SOI MOSFE: comparison of capacitances with bulk MOSFET. transconductance. mobility. mobility.springerlink.com/content/978-0-387-71751-7/contents/ Amara and Olivier Rozeau. FINFET. http://www.

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