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SCHEl\1E OF STUDY & DETAILED DRAJfT SYLLABUS FOR III 8: IV SENiLESTER

RE.DEGREE COURSE

IN

ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING (2K6 SEMESl'ER SCHEME)

APPROVED BY BOARD OF STUDIES IN ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING '

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DEPARTMENT OF STUDI,ES IN ELECTRONICS & COMM1JNICATION ENGINEERING

UVCE~ K.R.CIRCLE~ BANGALORE-560 001

BANGALORE UNIVERSITY

UNIVERSITY VISVESVARA Y A COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT OF STUDIES IN ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICA nON

DETAILED DRAFT SYLLABUS

FOR III & IV SEMESTERS BE DEGREE COURSE IN ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING

2K6 SEMESTER SCHEME

THIRD SEMESTER SYLLABUS

ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS - III

Revised from Academic Year 2006 i.e, students admitted to the First Semester in the year 2006-2007 onwards

(Commonto Civil, Mechanical, Electrical ElectronicsInformation Science)

SUBJECT CODE HOURS/WEEK EXAM MARKS

: 2K6M301 :4

: 100

IAMARKS EXAM HOURS TOTAL HOURS

: 25

:3

: 60

PART-A

UNIT-I

Fourier series of period 2IT and 21 -complex form half range Fourier series -sin series, cosine series.

Finite Fourier sin/cosine transforms- Transforms of derivatives.

UNIT-II

Infinite Fourier transform and Inverse Fourier transforms-simple properties.

Complex Fourier transforms, Fourier sin/cosine transforms, convolution theorem & persevals

Identities (without proofs) .

Z transforms- definition, slandered forms linearity property

UNIT III

Bessel functions: solutions of the Bessel differential equations, Bessel function recurrence relation, orthogonolity, generating function.

UNIT IV

Legender polynomials: solutions of the Legender differential equations Legender polynomials, generating function, Recurrence relations.

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PART~B UNIT-V

Formation of partial differential equation: Solutions by Lagrange's method for first order partials differential equations, solutions of slandered type of non linear partial differential equationsCharpits method.

UNIT-VI

Solutions of one dimensional wave equations by the method of separation of variables and by Fourier series method, solutions of one dimensional heat equation by the method of separation of variables and by Fourier series method. .

UNIT--VII

Curye fitting by the method of least squares peansons coefficient of correlation rank correlation, Regressionlines- problems

UNIT VIII

Conditional probability, Bayes theorem .Binornial/passion probability distribution .normal probability distribution

PATTERN OF QUESTION PAPER

The question paper contains two parts namely part A and part Beach contain four questions .Five questions in all out of 8 question s ate to be answered choosing at least two from each part.

DISTRIBUTION OF QUESTIONS:

One question each from Unit I to UNIT VIII

REFERENCES:

1. BSGrelVaI: Higher engineering mathematics, karma publishers •

L Ejvin Kreyzig : Advance engineering mathematics ,John wiely &sons

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ELECTRIC CIRCUITS AND ANALYSIS

Note: FOUR question from Part A and FOUR question from part B to be set. Students should answer Five questions selecting at least TWO from each part.

SUBJECT CODE HOURSIWEEK EXAM MARKS

: 2K6EE311 :4

: 100

IAMARKS EXAM HOURS TOTAL HOURS

: 25 : 3

: 60

CHAPTER 1: Basic Concepts:

Basic two terminal elements and energy Concepts. Different types of energy sources and their representations. Properties oflinear networks ( Superposition and Homogenity) , Mutual inductance, Dot convention, Concept of Loop and node, Linearly independent KVL and KCL equations, Methods of analysis ofD.C and A.C networks. _ Network Reduction using star - delta Transformations. Analysis of Coupled circuits.

12 hours

CHAPTER 2: Network Theorem

Superposition Theorem, Reciprocity Theorem, Thevenin's and Norton's theorem, Maximum power transfer Theorem, Miller's theorem 8 hours

CHAPTER 3 : Resonant circuirs:

" Series and parallel resonance, frequency Response of series & parallel circuits, Q-

factor, Bandwidth, 4 hours

PARTB

CHAPTER 4 : Laplace transformation & its applications:

Definition and Properties of Laplace transforms Inverse Laplace transform, partial fraction expansion, initial and final value theorem, Shifting theorem. Convolution integral, Step, ramp and Impulse functions .. Delayed functions, Laplace transform of

Periodic and non-Periodic signals, . 6 hours/;

CHAPTER 5: Transient behavior and initial conditions in networks:

Behavior of circuit element under switching condition and Their representation. Evaluation of initial and final Conditions in RL , RC & RLC circuits for AC and DC

excitations. 6 hours

CHAPTER 6 : One & Two port Network Parameters

Open circuit impedance Parameters, short circuit admittance parameters, transmission Parameters, H - parameters, Calculation of these parameters For Two port networks,

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Dri ving point impedance & transfer Function, Pole- Zero concepts of the network

function. S hours

CHAPTER 7: Network topology:

Graph of a Network, Concept ofa tree & Links, incidence matrix, tie- set & cut - set schedules, solution of networks, principles of Duality & Network Transformation.

8 hours

REFERENCES:

. . , .

1. M.E. Van Valkenburg: Network Analysis, New Delhi, Prentice Hall

2. Joseph Edrninister : Electric circuits : Schaum's series, Mc-Graw Hill

3. Someshwar C Gupta: Circuit Analysis, New Delhi, W.E.L.

4. David Cheng: Linear Circuit Analysis.

5. Rider: Networks Lines & Fields, New Delhi, Prentice Hall

6. Hayt and Kerrunerly : Engineering Circuit Analysis Mc-Graw Hill 1993.

ANALOG ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS

NOTE: FOUR_questions from part A and FOUR questions from part B to be set. Students should answer FIVE questions selecting at least TWO from each part.

SUBJECT CODE HOURS/WEEK EXAI\1 MARKS

: 2K6EC301 :4

: 100

IAMARKS EXAM HOURS TQTALHOURS

: 25 :3

: 60

PART A

Chapter l:FundamentaIs of eRO: .

Functional descriptionof CRT, Focusing with electric and magnetic fields, Deflection Mechanism and Synchronization, Block diagram of CRO and description (Qualitative

treatment only). 2 hours

CHAPTER 2: Diode and Diode Circuits and linear Wave shaping

Derivation of equations forPN Junction Current, Diode Junction Capacitance- Ideal and Practical diodes, equivalent circuit of a diode.

Diode circuits: FW bridge rectifier withe and LC filters- Design calculations-Voltage MUltiplier- Diode Clippers & Clampers,

Special purpose diodes: breakdown in PN junctions-Zener, varactor.Tunnel.Schottkeyzz Photo diodes & their characteristics and applications.

RC,RL,& RlC circuits response to step pulse & ramp inputs.

12 hours

CHAPTER 3: BJT Biasing & AC Models:

Ebers- Moll Model- Transistor rating, basic CE amplifier- load line.operating pointstabilization of operating point- biasing circuits & analysis. AC models: Small signal LF & HF ~ Hybrid models & Analysis.

8 hours

CHAPTER 4: BJT Amplifiers:

a) Voltage amplifiers-Cf amplifier analysis - Cascaded sage - Types of CouplingFrequency response - effect of coupling, bypass & device capacitance.

b) Emitter Follower - CC amplifier, Darlington & Bootstrap circuits & Analysis.

Power Amplifiers (BJT)- Classification of large Signal amplifiers, Concept of AC load Line- Analysis with respect to Efficiency, Linearity and harmonic distortions of class A, Class B, and Class AB Push - Pull amplifiers - Complementary Symmetry Circuit.

II hours

PARTB

CHAPTER 5: FET Amplifiers:

,FET biasing, low frequency equivalent circuit. Analysis of common Source & common drain Amplifiers. Construction & characteristics of Enhancement & Depletion type of

MOSFETS. 8 hours

CHAPTER 6: Feedback Amplifiers using BIT only:

Types of feedback=- their advantages. & disadvantages. Effect of feedback on frequency response & impedances. Qualitative Analysis of voltage-series, voltage-shunt, currentseris & current shunt feedback amplifiers. 6 hours

CHAPTER 7: Tuned Amplifier:

Introduction, Analysis &design of single Tuned amplifiers, double tuned & stagger Tuned ·amplifiers. Analysis of class-C tuned amplifier - Q factor, Frequency Translators

& mixers. . 8 hours

CHAPTER 8: DC & Difference Amplifier: _

Dc amplifier, Analysis of Emitter coupled differential amplifiers, Different modes of

operation, FET Differential amplifiers. /, 5 hours

REFFRENCES:

I. Millman; Micro-Electronics: McGraw Bill

2. Nashelsky & Bolyestad : Electronics Devices & circuit theory, PHI

3. Chilian: Integrated circuits & applications.

4. David A Bell: Electronic Devices & Circuits: PHI. S. K.V.Ramanan: fundamental Electroncs: TMH.

6. Sedra Smith: Micro Electronics circuits: Oxford press.

DIGITAL FUNDAMENTALS

NOTE: FOUR_questions from part A and FOUR questions from part B to be set. Students should answer FIVE questions selecting atleast TWO from each part.

SUBJECT CODE HOURS/WEEK ··EXAMMARKS

: 2K6EC302 :4

:100

IAMARKS EXAM.HOURS TOTAL HOURS

: 25· :3

: 60

PART A

CHAPTER 1 ; Number System

Decimal, Binary, Octal Hexadecimal, BCD & Excess -3 Numbers and their conversions to other numbers, gray code. Binary Multiplication.Division : Restoring~NQo.- .. Restoring methods.'! 's,2's,9'8 &1 D's cOffipiements.BCJ),Excess-3 and hexadecimal anr their Arithmetic Operations. Other 4 bit codes, Hammingcode, Error detection and

Correction for 11 bits, ASCII, EBCDIC code, Self Complementing codes. 6 hours

CHAPTER 2 : Logic Families:

History of logic families HTL;RTL,DTL,EFL,TTL,ECL,MOS. Parameters and characteristics of each family. Definitions of Logic: Flexibility, Speed of operation, Availability of Complex Function, Power dissipation, Noise generation, Noise immunity, cost, temperature, Multiemitter transistor, Fan in , Fan out, Totem pole output circuits,

. .

Input arid output currents, Noise margin. TTL r Low, Medium and High speed TTL, Low

power Schottky, Advance Low power Schottky, Advanced Schottky TTL, open collector, tristate Logic, wire - AND Logic. MOS: CMOS Logic,NMOS logic, open drain and High Impedance outputs, Specifications and Standards, CMOS hazards, HMOS. EeL:

Input and Output Characteristics, ORINOR gate. IlL: Integrated Injection Logic gates and its circuits Interfacing CMOS and EeL gates, ANSI! IEEE representation and

symbols. . 20 hours

PARTB

,

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CHAPTER 3: Digital les : //

SSI, MSI, LSI, VLSI, OS1, USI Circuits and specifications, Boolean Algebra theorems,

laws and their properties. Logic gates. Simplification of Boolean Functiond in terms of

SOP & POS expressions (Min terms & Max Terms) canonical SOP & POSforms,

karnaugh Map, Tubular method! Quine McKluskey's method, VEM & MEV Techniques

for SOP & .POS up to six variables. Functional decomposition of switching Function,

decomposition by Expansion, test for Decomposability, Decomposition charts.

16 hours

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CHAPTER 4 : Combinational Circuits:

Half adder, Full adder, Half & Full Subtractor, Parallel adder, Parallel Subtracter, Design of adder! Subtracter, Excess 3Adderlsubtractor, BCD adder/ subtracter, Serial adder, Look ahead carryadder and its Design. Design using 74182. Digital Comparator P=Q, P<Q,P>Q for 5 bits. MULTIPLEXER: 4x1,8xl ,16xl,32x1 ,MUX tree and its design. Design of Arithmetic and other combinational circuits using DecoderlDeMUX & MUX

Encoders: Diode matrix encoder, Priority encoder, Key Board encoder. 12 hours

CHAPTER 5 : Code Converters:

Design of Gray to Binary and Binary to Gray, BCD to Excess 3& Vice-Versa, Decimal to BCD, Decimal to Hexadecimal and Vice-versa with seven segment display. LED & LCD Display. Study of7483, 74138,74139,74148,74151, 74153, 74154,74157,74181

IC chips. . 6 hours

REFERENCES:

1. Floyd: Digital Fundamentals,

2. Thomas A.D.: DigitalIntegrated circuits

3 .. John. F. Wakerly : Digital Systems Principles & Practice: PHI

4. Samuel Lee: Digital & logic Design.

5. Ronald Tocci: Digital Systems, PHI

6. Talib and Schilling: Digital Integrated Electronics, Mcgraw Hill.

7. Morris & Miller: Design with TTL Integrated Circuit, Mcgraw Hill

8. YarBrough: Digital Logic, Thomson Learning.

SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS

NOTE: FOUR_questions from part A and FOUR questions from part B to be set. Students should answer FIVE questions selecting at least TWO from each part.

SUBJECT CODE· HOURS/WEEK EXAM l'v1ARKS

: 2K6EC303 :4

: 100

IAMARKS ExAM HOURS TOTAL HOURS

: 25 : 3

: 60

• PART A

CHAPTER 1: Introduction to Signals and Sy~tems .

Continuous time and discrete signals. Energy and power signals, Deterministic and random signals, Periodic and aperiodic signals; even and odd signals; simple

. manipulations of signals; signals of importance: the unit impulse, the unit step, the ramp, the sinusoidal and the complex exponential signals.

Continuous and Discrete time .systems. System properties: Linearity, Shift invariance, Causality, Stability and realisability,

The sampling theorem and its implications, spectra of sampled signals, reconstruction,

aliasing and its effects. 12 hours

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CHAPTER 2: Time domain properties of Linear time invariant Systems (LTI systems)

Discrete.time LTI systems, The convolution sum; Continuous time LTI systems, The Convolution Integral; Properties of L TI systems: Causality & stability, Systems with finite and infinite duration impulse response; LTI systems described by differential and Difference equations; interconnection of L TI systems. 10 hours CHAPTER 3: Fourier Series Representation of Periodic signals:

Response of LTI systems to complex exponentials. Fourier series representation of continuous time periodic signals and their properties. Fourier series representation of

Discrete time periodic signals and their properties. . 8 hours

PARTB

CHAPTER 4: Fourier Transform

Definition ofDiscrete time Fourier Transform (bTFT) and its properties. Definition of Inverse Discretetime Fourier Transform (ITDFT). Frequency response of discrete time systems and its interpretation.

Definition of Discrete Fourier Transform crYPT) and its properties. Definition of Inverse Discrete Fourier Transform. Relation between DFTand DTFT. ..

DFT algorithms: Fast Fourier Transforms: decimation in time and Decimationin

Frequency. 14 hours

CHAPTER 5: Zv-Transforms . .

Definition of Z: transform, Region of convergence and its properties. Definition of Inverse Z- transform and computation if inverse Z transform by long division, Partial fraction expansion and by the method of residues. Definition of system functions, Poles and Zeroes of systems and analysis and characterization of LTI systems. Relation between system function and frequency Response.

10 hours

CHAPTER 6: Realization of Discrete time systems

Solving Difference equations usingZ- Transform, Realization of discrete timesystems

using Direct forms, cascade & parallel form. J

6~6urs

REFFRENCES:

I. Oppenhiern, Willsky and Nawab.Signals and Systems: Printice Hali 2. Haykins etal: , Signals and Systems, John wiley International

3, Rodger E. Ziemer etal-Signals and systems Continousand Discrete.Mac millan publishing Co.

4. Asok ambardar analogand Digital signal processing: International Thomson

publishing Co.· ,

5. B.P, Lathi: Linear systems and Signals: Oxford University press.

FIELDS ANDWA YES

Note: FOUR question from Part A and FOUR question from part B to be set. Students should answer Five questions selecting at least TWO from each part. '

SUBJECT CODE : 2K6EC304 IAMARKS : 25

HOURS/WEEK : 4 .: EXAM HOURS : 3

EXAM MARKS : 100 TOTAL HOURS : 60

PART A

CHAPTER 1 : ELECTRIC & MAGNETIC FIELDS ELECTROSTATICS:

Fundamental Relations of electrostatic firld Coulomb's law - Electric Field intensity, 'Electrostatic potential duetopoint Charge1i9fuecharge,sutfaCecharge& Volume' charge Distribution . Work done in moving a point charge in electric field, Relation between E & V ' , 05 hours

CHAPTER 2 : Electric Flux & Gauss Law

Electric Flux and Flux Density, Gauss law and application of Gauss law - Divergence & Gauss divergence theorem.

04 hours

CHAPTER 3: Capacitance:

Current, Current Density and Capacitance, Conduction and Convection Current Density, Polarization, Relative permittivity, Energy stored in a capacitor, boundary conditions, Boundary between two dielectrics, boundary between a dielectric and a conductor. Energy density in An electrostatic field.

,06 hours

CHAPTER 4 : Poisson & Laplace's equations:

Solutions for problems of one dimension.

03 hours

CHAPTER 5: Magnetostatics:

Biot - Savart's law - ,magnetic :flux -Ampere's law- Application of Ampere's law.

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CHAPTER 6: Scalar aJp vector magnetic potentials:

Faraday's laws of Electro i: magnetic induction - Motional emf in a conductor -l'v1ov!ng conductor in a time varying field. Self inductance - Energy stored in a magnetic field &

energy density in a Magnetic field. 09 hours

CHAPTER 7 : Maxwell's Equations:

ModificationofstaticfieldequationsFor time varyirigfieIcls- continuity equation. Maxwell's Equations in differential, integral & word' statement forms. condition at a

boundry surface using Maxwell's equations. 03 hours

PART B: ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVES

CHAPTER8:Wavepropagation: .

Electric & Magnetic wave equation ~ Uniform plane wave -relation between E & H for

a uniform Plane wave - solution of wave equation for uniform plane wave.. 04 hours

CHAPTER 9 : Uniform plane wave in a.

1. Conducting medium, 2. low - loss Dielectric, 3. perfect dielectrip_,j!lginsi{; .

impedance.()f_pic;l~gt:ri~_& . .conductii1g-Tfrecliums;DefiVation6fpropagationconstant, AttenuaiiQn constant - Phase velocity & wavelength., Polarization of plane waves, linear , elliptical & circular polarization. Reflection of plane waves at the surface of

Conductors & dielectrics - Brewster angle. 07 hours

CHAPTER 10: Poynting Vector & Power Flow:

Poynting theorem & application instantaneous, average arid complex pointing vector. 03 hours

CHAPTER 11: Guided Waves:

Waves between parallel planes- TE, TM & TEM waves & their characteristics. Velocity

of propagation and wave impedances. 03 hours

CHAPTER 12: Waveguides:

Solution of wave equation for T.E. & T.M waves In rectangular waveguide, cutoff frequency, cut off Wavelength, guide wavelength, fieldjpattemfor do.minantmode (TE 1,0) ,phase & group velocity, otherTE, & T.M modes, Wave Impedance, Cylindrical waveguides( qualitative treatment only). Different T.E. & T.M modes. Application &

comparison with rectangular waveguides. 06 hours

CHAPTER 13: Cavity resonators:

Rectangular and cylindrical cavity resonators, Conditions for resonance, Expression for

Frequency, Applications. 03 hours

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REFERENCES:

1. Jordan & Balkan: Electromagnetic Waves & Radiating Systems: PHI

2. LIAO: Microwave deviceqs and circuits: PHI

3. David K Chang; Fields and waves electromagnetic, Addition Wesley

4. Hayt. Jr. : Engineering Electromagnetic: McGraw Hill

5. John D Kraus: Electro magnetic Fourth edition: Mc.GrawHill

THIRD SEMESTER BE SYLLABUS BRIDGE COURSE MATHEMATICS-I For Diploma students only

(Common to Civil, Mechanical, Electrical., Electronics, Information Science)

SUBJECT CODE .... HOURSiWEEK

EXAM MARKS

: 2K6MB301 :4

: 100

IAMARKS :25

EXAlvfHOURS . :3

TOTAL HOURS : 60

l)Differential Calculus:

UNIT-I:

Nth derivative of standard functions, Leibnitz's theorem (with proof) -problems,

UNIT-II:

Polar curves-angle between the radius vector and the tangent-pedal equations.

UNIT -III:

Partial differentiation, Euler's theorem, Total differentiation, Differntiation of composite

and Iimplicit functions-Jacobians, - 18haurs

2)In!egral Calculus: /

UNI/f'-IV:

Reduction formulae, Reduction formulae for Jsin x dx , feos x dx and f sin x cos x dx, MUltiple Integrals; Evaluation of double and triple integrals with constant and variable Limits.

UNIT-V:

Gamma and Beta functions, Differention under the integral signtconstant limit only). 16 hours

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3)Differential Equations:

UNIT.,V!:

Solutions of ordinary differential equations of first order and degree- separation of variables, homogeneous equations reducible to homogeneous.equations, linear equations, Bernoulli,s equations, Exat equations, Reducible exatequations ..

UNIT;..;.; VII:

Second and higher order linear diffrerntial equations with constant-co-efficients, complementary functions, particular integrals/standardtypes)

16 hours .

UNIT-VIII:

Algebra of complex numbers, Geometrical representation and polar form of complex numbers .Exponential form, De Moivre's theorem(statement onlty),nth roots of a complex number,

10 hours

REFERENC BOOKS:

I.E .kreyszig: Advanced engineering mathematics ,8tl1 edition ~NEW Age International. 2.RS Grewal .Higher Engineering Mathematics ,39th edition=Khanna publications.

3. L.Pipes -Advanced engineering mathematics for engineers physicists McGraw Hill.

EXAlVIINATION :

For the maximum marks of 100, 5 questions are to be answered out of 8 within 3 hrs. All

questions carry equal marks. /;' .

PATTERN OF QUEST!ONPAPER;

I.Differential Calculus 2.Integral Calculus 3.Differential Equations 4.Copmplex numbers

3 questions 2 questions 2 questions

1 question.

ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS LASORA TORY

SUBJECT CODE HOURS/WEEK EXAM MARKS

: 2K6EE312

fA MARKS EXAM HOURS

: 25 : 3

= 3

: 100

1. Verification of kirchoff's law, Superposition, Thevennins, Reciprocity and Maximum power transform theorem for DC circuits only.

2. Two -way and Three-way control of a lamp.

3. Measurement of power and PF of a Fluorescen:,t lamp with and without

capacitor .

4. V - I Characteristics of semiconductor diode and Zener diode

5. VI characteristics of SCR and UJT ;BJT relevant parameters

6. Drain characteristics of JFET and determination of rd .grn, and Jl .

7. OCand SC test on single phase transformer - determination of efficiency and

. regulation."

8. NO load andload characteristics of DC shunt generator

9. Load test on DC shunt motor 10. Load test on Induction.motor

U. Synchronization of alternator with bus bar 12. synchronous motor characteristics

ANALOG ELECTRONICS LAB (FUNDAMENTAL ELE<;TRONICS LAB)

SUBJECT CODE HOURS/WEEK EXAM MARKS

.: 2K6EC305 :3

: 100

IAMARKS EXAM HOURS

: 25 : 3

1. Design and testing of rectifier circuits with filters (only Full wave rectifier C filter).

2. Design and testing of RC Coupled amplifier, Transformer coupled, Emitter

follower. .

3. Design and testing of Power amplifiers - class ~B' Complementary symmetry. . 4; Design and testing of Darlington pair and Bootstrap emitter follower, Differential

and Direct coupled amplifier.

5. Integrator and Differentiator circuits (RC).

6. Clipping and clamping circuits .

.7. Transfer characteristics of TTL, CMOS and Schmitt trigger.

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S.Sinking and sourcing characteristics ofITL.

9. Simplification of Boolean expressions and realization using Universal. gates (Max 4 variables) ..

10. Realization ofmuxes and De-muxes using NAND gates.

FOURTH SEMESTER SYLLABUS 2K6SEMESTERSCHEME

ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS-IV

(Common to Civil, Mechanical, Electrical, Electronics InformationScience)

SUBJECT CODE : 2K6M40l

HOURS/WEEK : 4

EXAM MARKS. :.100 .....

IAMARKS : 25

EXAM HOURS TOTALH6tJR:s ... : 60

PART-A

UNIT-I

Sets in the complex plane -Functions of a complex variable-limit, continuity and differentiability- Analytic functions- Cauchy - Riemann equations in Cartesian and polar forms. Harmonic functions.

UNIT-II

Complex integration-Line integral, Cauchy theorem,(proofs of Greens theorem) > Cauchy integral formula for complex functions and for derivatives; problems,

UNIT-III

Power series - Convergence, Region of convergence, Taylor's theorem, and Laurent's theorem (statement only), problems

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UNIT -IV

Singularities, poles, Classification of singularities, Cauchy residue theorem- Evaluation of definite integrals ofthe

DO CJJ

f F(x) dx and f F(Sin9 ,cose ) de

CJJ

PART-B

UNIT~V

Algebraic and transcendental equations - solutions by bisection regular-falsi, Secants linear -jteration and Newton-Raphsons methods Aitkin's /12 method.

UNIT-VI

I

Solutions of system of linear equations. Gauss-Jordan methods, LU- decomposition,

Cholekys methods. Jacobin and Gauss - seidl iteration methods.

UNIT-VII

Finite 'difference"'F6rward;oadc\vaidcirid"ce11fraldifferences ~"shiftopefat6t(nO derivation of relation between operators)

Interpolation- Newton's divided difference, Lagrange's interpolation formula (problems , only)

Numerical differentiation based on Newton's forward and backward difference formula.

UNIT-VIII

Numerical Integration- Trapezoidal, Simpson's 1I3rd Simpson's 3/8th rule, solutions of ordinary differential equations. Eulers, modified Eulers , Pi cords Runge-Kutta II and IV order methods.

REFERENCE BOOKS

I.Complex Analysis: Schaum series

2. Numerical methods for Physics and Engineers, Iyenger.Tain Iynger, New Age Inte. 4th edition

3.Sastry: Introduction methods of Numerical analysis, PHI

PATTERN OF QUESTION PAPER

The question paper contains two parts namely part A and part Beach contains 4 questions. Five questions in all out of 8 questions are to be answered choosing at least 2 from each part

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ELECTRONICS COMPONENT AND CMOS TECHNOJ_.OGY

N ote;fouLquestion from part A and four question from part B to be set. Students should answer fi ve questions selecting at least two from each ·part.

SUBJECT CODE HOURS/WEEK EXAMMARJ(S

: 2K6EC401 :4

: 100

IAMARKS EXAM HOURS TOTAL HOURS

: 60

: 25

:3

PART-A CHAPTER 1 : Passive devices and fabrication:

Resistor and capacitor colour codes, Specifications, Types of resistors and their fabrications; I Types of capacitors and their fabrications, Inductors: specification and

types of inductors. . 8 hours

CHAPTER 2: Integrated circuits and Fabrication Tech~iql!~_s~... . ' .

Definiton, c:IgSsificati.onofIGs-;Fabricatonofiii6nolithi6 Ie, Fabrication of thin film les ·Uslng.'.::MBE,VPE;LPEtechniques. Deposition of films-vacuum evaporation techniques

Sputtering deposition and CVD techniques. Shouts

CHAPTER 3: Assembly techniques and packing of l'Cs:

Introduction , Packing types, Packing design considerations, Packing fabrication

technologies. 8 hours

PART-B

CHAPT.ER 4 : Fundamentals of MOS transistors, The MOS structure,MOS system under external Bias, Structure and Operation ofMOS Transistor(MOSFET), MOSFET Current-Voltage Characteristics, Types-comparison with BJTs

14 hours

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CHAPTER 5 : Fabrication of NMOS and CMOS, and modeling : Basic MOS semiconductor fabrication processes, CMOS n-well process. Modelling: Basic concepts, Simple MOS Large- Signal Model (SPICE LEVEL 1), M'OS large -Signal Model Parameters, Small- signal Model for the MOS transistor, Computer simulation models.

• 10 hours

CHAPTER 6: MOS:-

MOS' inverters :Static Characteristics : Introduction, resistive load inverter, Ntype MOSFET Load, CMOS Inverter. Switching Characteristics and Interconnect effects:

Delay time definitions, calculation, Inverter design with delay constraints, Estimation of . interconnect delay, Switching power dissipation.

Combinational MaS logic circuits: MOS logic circuits with depletion NMOS loads, CMOS Logic circuits, Complex Logic circuits, CMOS transmission Gates (Pass

crates) .

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Sequential MOS logic circuits: Behaviour of Bistable Elements, SR Latch circuit, Clocked Latch and Flip Flop circuits.

Amplifiers; Differential Amplifiers, Cascade amplifiers, Current amplifiers and Output Amplifiers,

Op amps :Design of CMOS Op.Amps, Compensation of Op. Amps,Design of 2 stage Op. Amps.

12 hours

REFERENCE:

, .

l.Walter.C . Bosshart: PCB Design and teclmology: McGRAW-HILL 2.Harper: Hand book of electronic materials and process: PHI

3:Sarob Ie Gandhi: VLSI Fabrication principles: Wiley 4.D.Nagachowdhuri : Principles of Micro electronics technology:

·Wheelel publishing .

... 5:Peter vanzant: . micro' chip fabrication: McGRAW-HILL

6.Sung-mo kung, Yusufleblebia:CMOS DIGITAL res 3rd edition: Tata MeGRA WHILL

. 7.Philip E Allen .Douglas R.Holbarg;

CMOS analog circuit design-Oxford university press: 2nd edition,

DIGITAL CIRCUIT DESIGN

Note: FOUR question from Part A and FOUR question from part B to be set. Students should answer Five questions selecting at least TWO from each part.

SUBJECT CODE HOURS/WEEK ·EXAMMARKS

: 2K6EC402 :4

: 100

IAMARKS EXAM HOURS TOTAL HOURS

: 25 :3

: 60

Part A

CHAPTER 1.0: Sequential Circuit Design:

Introduction to sequential Circuits

2.1 Flip- Flops and Timing Circuits; S-R Latch NOR and H.l.J\.JD versions. Hip-Flops , Edge trigger F/Fs, S-R, D, J K and T F/Fs , Master slave F/F, Conversion of one type of F/F to an other type (S-R to JK and others). Applications of F/Fs.

04 hours

2.2 Shift Registers: Structure, MS 1 shift registers, Serial/ Parallel, Parallel/Serial (S1S0, PISO, PIPO,SIPO) conversions. Bidirectional shift Register. Shift register counters, Ring and Johnson counters, Linear feed shift register counters, Sequence generators, Maximum length sequence generator, PRBS generators. State diagram, Shift

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register using Ex-OR feedback, Max length sequence Counters using shift registers upto 4bits.OKhours

2.3 Counters: Asynchronous counters, Ripple / Binary, Decoding of ripple counters, MSI counters, synchronous counters. UID counters, Hybrid counters, Ie synchronous counters, cascading of synchronous counters, Pulse train generators, lock out in counters, applications of counters- Digital Clock, Frequency division. Design of random sequence

counters- 2421, 5421,4421,2221,6421. . . .

08 hours

CHAPTER 3.0 : Sequential Machines: 'The finite state model, state diagram, State table, Transistion and output table, excitation table, ASM - Moore, Mealy and Mixed type synchronous state machines. Design of Moore and Mealy machines( Example designs) Impediments to synchronous design. Clock skew , Gating the clock,

Asynhronous inputs, synchronizing high speed - data transfers, .10 hours

···PA.RTE·· .

CHAPTER 4.0: Memory devices: Role of memory in the digital world., Memory types and Terminology. Memory organization and operation.Reading and writing. SRAMs organization. DRAMs. Address multiplexing. DRAM refreshing. ROMs organization and Timing ~fROMs. Types of ROMs,PROM, EPROM's, EEPROM, structure, operation, programming methods, Flash memories, DDRAMs Memory Ies , Memory

expansion. 08 hours

CHAPTER 5.0 Programmable logic Devices: concepts of PLDs, PROM, PAL' and PLA. Multilevel PLDs. Prograrruning of PALs using PALASM. Introduction to FPGAs~ Types of FPGAs based on programming techniques, SRAM, EPROM and Anti fuse based FPGAs. Illustration of a simple XC3000 series FPGA.

6 hours

CHAPTER 6.0 Reliable Design & Fault Diagnosis:

Hazards: Design of Hazard free combinational network, detection of Hazards in an existing network, Hazard free asynchronous circuit design, Dynamic and essential Hazards. Fault detection in combinational circuits, Fault Location Experiments, Boolean Difference method, Fault detection bypath Sensitize, Two level circuit fault detection in AND/OR circuit & OR! AND circuit. Tabulation method of fault diagnosis for 2-1evel circuits, fault detection in multilevel circuits. Detection of MUltiple faults using other

methods. 18 hours

REFRENCE.BOOKS

1. Herbart Tanb &Donald Schilling - "Digital Integrated Electronics" McGraw Hill International Editions

2. Richard S Sandige - " Modern Digital Design" McGraw Hill International Editions

3. John F.Wakerly - Digital Design- Principles & Practices" EE Edition (3rd)

Bridged T, Lattice, parallel T networks, symmetrical networks, Reciprocal networks,

symmetrical network parameters, Asymmetrical network parameters, ...

8 hours

CHAPTER 2: Attenuators :

Insertion loss,design of T & lattice type attenuators.Symmetrical T and Pi, Attenuators, Asymmetrical T and Pi attenuators.Balanced and Unbalanced Attenuators. 4 hours

CHAPTER 3: Equalisers

Classification of equalizers, Series and Shunt equalizers, Amplitude & phase equalizers. Constant resistance equalizers, Design of amplitude equalizers, Bridged T and Lattice Equaliser.

4 hours

CHAPTER 4: Passive Filters:

General theory of filters, Design of Prototype 1P & HP filters, m-derived Sections, Impedance matching filters ,Design of composite filters.

4 hours

CHAPTER 5 : Different types of Transmission lines:

Two line, coaxial line ,shielded cable, submarine cable. Differential equations of Uniform transmission lines. Solutions of differential equation, line terminated in characteristic impedance, line of infinite length, Derivation for alpha, beta, Wavelength & velocity of propagation. Computation of primary constants, Expression For secondary constants, lossless line conditions.

7 hours

CHAPTER 6: Distortions in transmission lines:

Method of reducing distortion ,distortionless line ,Telephone cable - Loading Of telephonecables -Campbell's equations. Different types of loading- merits &

demerits- •

4 hours

PARTB

CHAPTER.7 : Open & short circuited lines:

Input impedance of short circuited lines. Reflection of waves'- reflection coefficient, Reflection loss & reflection factors, standing wave ratio - power delivered to the load - Transmission efficiency - standing wave pattern - dissipation less line - the

eight wave line,q uarter wave tine ~ application of quarter wave line - the half wave tine- properties of lines of various lengths.

CHAPtER 8: Smith Chart:

Construction of Smith. chart--constant' r '.&constarit'X'circ1es - properties &; uses of Smith.chart=-Smithchart.as admittancechart=UseofSmith chartfor transmission line problems. . ..

CHAPTER 9 :Impedance matching:

Quarter wave transformer, stub matching'> Single stub matching, Double stub matching .Single & double stub matching using Smith-chart, Double stub

Matching with quarter - wave spacing & three - eighth wavespa~illKlJ,~.tweenstubs.-..-· .

...................... 7 hours

CHAPTER 10: Optical Fiber:

Introduction, Construction -Core and cladding, Types - single and multimode, Step Index and graded index cables,' Propagations modes and Losses in fibers,. Connectors And Splicers.

7 hours

REFERENCES:

1) P,K. Jain & Kaur: Networks, Filters and Transmission Lines,

2) Microwave Engg .A'Kumar New Age International publication.India

(Transmissions lines) .

3) J.D.Ryder :Networks lines & fields :PHI

4) John Gowar : Optical communications system: PHI

5) Transmission Lines and Networks - Umesh Sinha, Satya Prakasha, NewDelhi

SUBJECT CODE HOURSIWEEK EXAM MARKS

: 2K6EC405 : 4

: 100

IAMARKS EXAM HOURS TOTAL HOURS

: 25 :3

: 60

INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS

Note: FOUR questions from part A and FOUR questions from part B to be set. Students should answer FIVE questions selecting at least TWO from each part.

~3-

PART-A

CHAPTER. 1; S;vitcning Devices:

Principles of operation and Characteristics of SCR, BJT,POWER MOSFET,IGBT, Dynamic Characteristics Mechanism of Tum on, Turn Off, of SCR, BJT, POWER MOSFET,IGBT,Voltage, Current & Power ratings ,nlechanics offailure, Over voltage & over currentprotection, snubber circuits, Mountings & cooling of devices. Devices in series & parallel. Study & Scope of applications of SCR, DIAC, TRIAC, SCS, VJr ,PUT, GTO,

10 hours

CHAPTER 2: GATE DRIVERS FOR MOSFETI IGRT! POWER BJT:

Gate . drive requirements, MOSFET drive circuits, BlI drive circuits, IGBT'drive

circuits.

5 hours

CHAPTER 3: AC Volrage-controller :

Single phase Bidirectional circuits with R & R-L loads -Analysis

4 hours

CHAPTER 4: DC-DC Converters:

Single phase Half Wave ,Full Wave Controlled Rectifier, Half & Fully Controlled r :

Bridge rectifier, on Rand R-Lload. Use of Freewheeling diodes. 3 phase half wave and full wave controlled rectifier. Choppers - Oscillatory and Jones Choppers.

10 hours

PART-B

CHAPTER 5: DC- AC Converters.

Principle of inversion, Analysis of Single Phase Simple Series & Parallel inverters.

, PWM, Sinusoidal, Space vectors modulation. Harmonic reduction, Mc Murray Inverter, 9 hours

i)

CHAPTER 7 ; Resonant Converters

Classification, Basic Resonant circuit concepts, Zero Voltage switching

4 hours

CHAPTER 8 : Applications - I- Motor control:

DC Motor Control operating modes, Single phase drives, Single phase half wave converter drive and single phase Full converter drives, Single phase Dual converter drive. AC motor control ~ Induction motor speed control using phase control and slip

recovery. 8 hours

CHAPTER 9: Applicatlons= II:

Battery Chargers, UPS(Uninterruptible power supplies), SMPS(Switched mode power supplies). Buck converter, Boost converter, Buck- Boost converter, Cuk converter, DC power Supplies: Fo.rwardconverters,Flybackconverter, Push pull converter, Full bridge and Half bridge converters .Electromagnetic Interference(ElvlI), Sources of EM I, Mitigation of EM I. ..

REFERENCES:

1. Principle and Application of Power Electronics: NED MOHEN.

2. P.C.SEN: Power Electronics :TMH .

3. Vedam Subramnyam : Power Electronics .New age International (P) Ltd.

4. Rashid: Power Electronics: PHI\

5. W. Sheperd, L.N. HUlIeyand D.T.'W..Liang: Po~~rglt;9JtQDic,5and.Motor.ContrGI-···

2!l9Edition"Canibddge ahi versiijPres's: '. '.. ..'

6. B.W. Williams: Power Electronics: Macmillan ,UK,

7. M.D. Singh, K.B. Khantlhandani: Power Electronics - Tata McGraw Hill

ANALOG rc AND INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS LAB

SUBJECT CODE HOURS/WEEK EXAM MARKS

: 2K6EC406 : 3

: 100

IAMARKS EXAM HOURS

: 25 : 3

~.

1. Application of Op. Amp.as: Invertering amplifier, Non-Inverting Amplifier,

Adder, Subtractor, and Voltage Follower.

2. Series Regulator using Op, Amp. •

3 .. Precision Rectifier(FuIl Wave), Integrator, Differentiator.

4. R.F. Oscillators: Hartley, Colpitts and Crystal Oscillator.

5. AF. Oscillators: RC Phase Shift I Wein Bridge Oscillators.

6. Astable Multivibrator, Monostable Multivibratorand Schmitt trigger using

op-amps

7. Timer 555 - Timing circuits (Astable and Monostable)

8. Use ofDIAC and TRIAC forRMS Voltage control with lampload.

9. Use of Power MOSFET or GTO or SCR for an inverter (Series or parallel)

10. Use of Power MOSFET or GIO or SCR for a DC chopper (average voltage control)

11. Half controlled bridge with R load - control of average voltage

12. Fully controlled bridge with R-L load - control of average voltage

13. Fully Controlled Bridge configuration to control the speed of a DC motor.

DIGITALBYSTEMDESIGN LAB

SUBJECT CODE . HOURS/WEEK EXAMMARXS

: 2K6EC407 :3

: 100

IA MARKS EXAM HOURS

: 25 :3

L Truth table Verifications of Flip Flops Using NAND gates (JKJJKMS) 2·R~~li?-?Ji_Q_11 Q.f.JK,Q,TElip ilopsUsing SRflipfJops ..

3. DAC --- 808 (Current driven typeofDAC) stair case generator.

4. ADC --- 808 (Successive approxiation)

5. PLL --- 565 (Application like frequency multiplier ) Parameters like capture

range and lock in range. .

6. Counter --- 74192,74193 (Programmable, presettable), 7490,7492,7493, MOD N Counters

7. Shift register ---7495,7496 (applications, Ring, Twisted Ring Counter, SequenceGenerator )

8. MUX and DEMUX ---·74153 and 74139 (Applications like code converters, Adders, Subtractors, Parallel adder circuits)

9. 7483 adder chip --- modification for BCD addition and other arithmetic operations- adder/ subtractor, Ex-3, adder/subtracter in 1 's &2's complement.

10. Decoders and Encoders =-use of Decoder Chip to drive LED display. Realize Combinational circuits ~ FuI1 adder, Full Subtractor.

II. ROM and RA.M --- Use suitable chip to demonstrate.

12. Arithmetic Logic Unit and its applications for various operations (Use the Ie)

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