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Components (Construction details not required) – Electronic components – Passive components – Resistors – Fixed and variable – Colour codingEffect of temperature on resistance – Uses – Capacitors – Fixed and Variable – Uses. Inductors – Fixed and Variable – Factors affecting the inductance – Applications – Switch – Switch function – Types – On/Off – Push to ON – Push to Off – SPST – SPDT – Relay, Limit Switch Semi conductor Theory Atomic theory – atomic structure of silicon and germanium – energy band diagram of conductors - semi conductors –insulators – electron hole pair generation – intrinsic and extrinsic semiconductors – majority and minority carriers. PN Junction Diode: PN Junction diode – Forward and Reverse bias characteristics – Specifications Rectifier – Introduction – Classification of Rectifiers – Half Wave Rectifier – Full Wave Rectifier – Bridge Rectifier – Efficiency – Ripple factor (definition and values only)– Applications – Filters – C, LC and PI Filters. Unit – II Bipolar Junction Transistor Transistor – Transistor as an amplifier – CB, CE, CC Configurations – Characteristics – cut off and saturation – Comparison between three configurations in terms of input impedance, output impedance, current gain, voltage gain Transistor Biasing – Fixed bias, Collector base bias, Self bias – RC coupled amplifier – Load characteristic analysis – Transistor as a switch - Emitter follower and its applications – Darlington pair –– classification of power amplifiers - Working principle of Class B push pull amplifier Unit – III Oscillator, UJT, FET and Feedback amplifiers
Feedback amplifiers: Types of feedback- Principle of negative feedback – gain of negative feedback – Advantages Oscillator – Classifications – Condition for Oscillation (Barkhausen critierion) – General form of LC Oscillator – Hartley Oscillator – Colpitts Oscillator – RC Phase shift Oscillator, Crystal oscillator. Field Effect Transistor– Construction – Working principle of FET – Difference between FET and BJT – Characteristics of FET – Specifications – FET amplifier (Common source Amplifier) UJT – Construction – Equivalent circuit – Operation – characteristics – UJT as a relaxation oscillator Unit – IV SCR, DIAC, TRIAC, MOSFET SCR – Introduction – Working – Two transistor analogy of SCR – VI characteristics – S CR as a Switch, Controlled rectifier – Specifications.
DIAC – Construction – Working – Characteristics – Diac as bi-directional switch. TRIAC – Basic working principle – Characteristics – Speed control of fan using Diac and Triac MOSFET – Construction – Characteristics – MOSFET as a Switch – CMOS basic concept Unit – V Opto Electronics Devices and Application of Diodes Regulator: Zener diode - Construction & working principle – Characteristics – Zener break down – Avalanche break down – Zener diode as a voltage regulator – Applications Transistor regulators – Series and shunt Opto Devices: LDR, LED, 7 segment LED, LCD, Opto coupler, Opto interrupter – Infrared transmitter and Receiver – Laser diode (simple treatment) – Solar cell – Avalanche Photodiode – Photo transistor. Applications of Diode: Diode clipper – Types (positive and negative only) – clamper circuits using diode – Voltage doubler Text books: 1. Principle of Electronics - V.K. Mehta
Reference Books: 1. Electronics principles - Malvino Tata McGraw Publication 2. Electronics Devices and Circuits - Allen Mottershed Tata McGraw – Hill Publication 3. Electronics Devices and Circuits - Jacob Millman and Halkies Tata McGraw – Hill Publication 4. Optical Fiber Communication - Gerd Keiser.
K432 - DIGITAL ELECTRONICS Unit I Number system and Logic gates
Number systems – Representation of data in Decimal, Binary, Octal, Hexadecimal, and BCD – Convertion from one to another. Excess 3 code - Gray code – Alpha numeric codes – ASCII and EBCDIC Codes – Concept only Binary Arithmetic: 1’s Complement and 2’s complement representation – Binary addition – Binary subtraction (unsigned only) Logical Representation – Definition of logic state – Positive and negative logic Logic gates – Definition, symbol, truth table, logic equation and operation of AND, OR, NOT, NAND, NOR and EX- OR gates Realization of basic gates using universal gates. Tristate and Bi directional buffers. Unit II: Boolean Algebra
Boolean Algebra: Concepts – Basic Boolean laws Demorgan’s Theorems – Logic equation, proof and circuit implementation Simplification of Boolean expressions using Boolean laws Simplification of Boolean expressions using Karnaugh Map ( Problems in 3 and 4 variables only in SOP and POS forms) – Quine McCluskey method (Principle only – No problems) Construction of logic circuits for the Boolean expressions. Unit III: Arithmetic and Combinational Logic
Arithmetic circuits: Circuit, symbol, truth table and working principle of Half adder,Full adder, Half subtractor, and Full subtractor – 4 bit binary adder / subtractor – BCD adder – 2 x 2 Array Multiplier – Magnitude comparator Combinational circuits: Definition, Circuit diagram, symbol, truth table and working principle and application for Multiplexor, Decoder, Encoder, Demultiplexor Parity Generator and checker – circuit diagram and working principle.. Unit IV: Sequential Logic
Flip-flops: Circuit, symbol, truth table and working principle of RS , D , T , JK, JK Master Slave Flip Flops. Triggering – Edge triggering and level triggering – setup time and hold time (Definition only) Counters: Block diagram, operation, truth table, working principle and waveform of 4 bit Binary Ripple asynchronous up, down, up –down
Counters – 4 bit binary synchronous counter - Decade counter – Mod N counters – Ring counter and Johnson counter –presettable counter Unit V: IC Fabrication, Logic Families and display circuits
IC fabrication: Classification of ICs – Advantages – fabrication process of Monolithic ICs – Fabrication of monolithic transistors (NPN and PNP) – IC packages Logic families – Characteristics of Digital ICs – Types of Digital IC families TTL ICs – Basic gate operation – open collector – pull up resistor – Types – CMOS ICs – principle – Interfacing between TTL and CMOS Digital displays: Seven segment display – BCD to Seven segment decoder –latched display – multiplexed displays Reference books: 1. V.K.Puri – Digital Electronics circuits and systems – TMH 2. R.P. Jain – Modern Digital Electronics – TMH 2003. 3. Albert Paul Malvino and Donold P. Leach – Digital Principles and applications – TMH – 1991. 4. William H.Goth Mann – Digital Electronics – An introduction to theory and practice – PHI 1998.
Q factor and bandwidth – simple problems. Impedance and Admittance in series and parallel RL.X-Y recorder-Strip Chart Recorder Transducers: Classification of Transducers-Strain Gauges -Types & Applications -Construction. Voltage. inductance and capacitance – Energy stored in Inductor and capacitor – Concept of reactance. Transducers Basic force for indicating instrument –Constructional Features of Permanent magnet moving coil Instrument –Shunts and MultipliersDC Ammeters circuit –DC Voltmeters circuit. D. conductance. LVDT. AC current. principles of operation of capacitive. Velocity.Types and applications.Statement of KCL and KVL – simple problems in series and parallel circuits – Relationship between Current. Circuits and Resonance Voltage and Current relationship in the resistance. UNIT III : Transformers And Machines Ideal transformer working principle – EMF equation – core and copper losses – Efficiency and regulation – OC and SC test on transformer.C. Displacement transducers. AC voltage – Bridges – Wheat stone bridge–Maxwell’s bridge – Wein bridge Recorders: Classification of Recorders. resonant frequency.ELECTRIC CIRCUITS AND INSTRUMENTATION UNIT I : D. RC and RLC circuits . Thevenin’s.K433 .C Motor working principle and types and uses. inductive.C generator .Three phase supply – star and delta connection diagrams – Relation between line and phase & voltages and currents. types and applications – D. principle of operation and types – stepper motor – uses (qualitative treatment only). UNIT IV: Measuring Instruments And Recorders. Power and energy – statement and explanation of superposition Theorem. Series and parallel resonance circuits – condition for resonance. Circuits and Theorems Ohm’s law . Norton’s and Maximum power theorems – simple problems. Single phase induction motor – Construction.Working principle. photo electric.C. UNIT II : A.Kirchoff’s laws .Block diagram of Electronic Weighing machine – Thermistor and Thermocouples – Construction . Vibrating Sensor Load cell. -5- . DC voltage. susceptance.-Voltmeter sensitivity – Schematic Diagram of a Multi meter for DC current.
3. -6- .UNIT V: CRO & Display Instruments Principle of operation and Block diagram of CRO –CRT operationElectrostatic focusing Electrostatic deflection (No derivation)-Vertical Deflection system block diagram.Measurements & Instrumentation –Sawheney. M. Electrical &Electronic .refresh rate – dot pitch – data projectors – touch screens.K. Sathyaprakashan Tech.G.Mithal-Khanna Publishers.Measurements & Instrumentation. Modern Electronic Instrumentation and Measurements Techniques – Albert d.L.Need for Time Base Voltage – Types of CRO –Applications of CRO –Block diagram of Dual trace-Dual beam CRO –Comparison –Digital storage oscilloscope Displays: Video basics – anatomy of LCD and TFT displays resolution –interlacing . Arumugam and N. Electric Circuit theory – Dr. Premkumaran 2. REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. TEXT BOOKS: 1. Dhanpatrai & son 3. Electrical &Electronic . Electronic Instrumentation. A Text book of Electrical Technology – B. Helfrick and William David Cooper-PHI 4.Umesh Sinha. Theraja 2. Electronic Devices and Circuit theory-Boylestead and Nashelsley.
VI Characteristics of PN Junction Diode 2. HW. 6. 7. 9. 4. 8. Photo diode and Photo transistor characteristics. Frequency response of RC coupled amplifier. Regulation characteristics of Zener voltage Regulator. SCR characteristics. Input/output characteristics of CE Transistor. 5. 14. LED and LDR Characteristics 19. Postive and negative Clamper 18. Regulation characteristics of Transistor regulator -7- . 11. DIAC characteristics 15. 3. FET characteristics.ELECTRONIC DEVICES AND COMPONENTS LAB Exercises 1. 20. Darlington pair. Bridge Rectifier with and without filters. 10. Triac Characteristics 16. Emitter follower. VI Characteristics of Zener diode. RC phase shift oscillator 12.K434 . UJT relaxation oscillator. 13. FW with and without filter. Positive and negative Clipper 17.
K435 . 11. 2. 14.Construct and test the performance of Mod N Counter 21. Multiplexer.DIGITAL ELECTRONICS LAB Exercises 1.Construction and verification of truth table for D Flipflop using IC 7474 16. NOT.Binary to seven segment decoder using IC 7447 and seven segment LED 20. 12. 3.Construction and verification of truth table for SR flipflop using discrete ICs.Construct and test the performance of ring counter -8- .Construction of Decade counter using IC 7490 19.Construction and verification of truth table for JK Flipflop using IC 7473 17.Construct and test the performance of a magnitude comparator using IC 7485 22. Construction of 4 bit adder / subtractor using IC 7483 10. Verification of Truth table of OR. Demultiplexer using CMOS 4051. 4.Construction of 4 bit binary asynchronous ripple counter 18. AND. Construction of full adder. Realization of basic gates using NAND and NOR gates. 8. Construction of Half adder and half subtractor 7. Construction and verification of truth table for encoder.Parity generator and checker using discrete ICs. Verification of Demorgan’s theorems 6. NOR NAND and XOR gate. Realization of logic circuit for a given Boolean expression. 15. Construction of full subtractor 9.Construction and verification of truth table for 3 to 8 Decoder. Verification of basic Boolean laws 5. 13.
Verification of Superposition theorem 4. Extension of Ammeter and Voltmeter 16. To measure the amplitude and frequency using dual trace CRO 13. To Construct and test the performance of Wien bridge 12. L and C 1 11. Verification of Ohm’s Law 2. To Construct and test the performance of photoelectric transducer -9- . To Construct and test the performance of Wheatstone bridge 10. To measure displacement using LVDT 17. To measure frequency and phase angle using CRO by Lissajous Figure 14. To Calibrate of ammeter and Voltmeter 9. To Conduct OC and SC test to determine the efficiency of transformer 8. To measure the strain using strain gauge 19 To measure the temperature using thermistor 1 20. Verification of Norton’s Theorem 6. To Construct RLC bridge to measure R . Verification of Thevenin’s theorem 5. To measure the strain using load cell 18. Conversion of Galvanometer to Ammeter and voltmeter 15. Verification of maximum Power transfer theorem 7. Verification of Kirchoff’s Voltage and current Law 3.K436 – ELECTRIC CIRCUITS AND INSTRUMENTATION LAB Exercises 1.
directivity. – Need for modulation. SWR . Amplitude modulation – expression. Block diagram . frequency spectrum.-derivations for elements of symmetrical T and Pi networks – Application. comparison of AM and FM.balanced modulator – SSB generation – phase shift and filter methods. Antennas – Basic antenna principle. applications: constant resistance equalizer. Propagation (Short theory only) – Ground wave propagation. Equalizer – types. Antenna and Propagation Network – Symmetrical and asymmetrical networks.10 - . Yagi antenna. effects of noise in FM. travlling and standing waves.K441 COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING Unit I Networks. (No derivations) Attenuator – types. phase discriminator. types of modulation. superheterodyne radio receiverexplanations of individual stages – AGC types – SSB receiver. advantages. Unit II Amplitude Modulation Modulation – Electromagnetic Frequency spectrum.high level AM transmitter and low level AM transmitter – SSB transmitter. Direct and Indirect methods. varactor diode modulator FM detectors – slope detector. and HPF only. directive gain. Filters: types and definitions – derivations for circuit elements and cutoff frequencies of LPF. characteristic impedance and propagation constant – Derivation of characteristic impedance for T and Pi networks using Zoc and Zsc – image and iterative impedances – Derivation of Zi1 and Z i2 for asymmetrical T and L networks using Zoc and Zsc – Derivation of iterative impedances for asymmetrical T network. space waves. primary and secondary constants. UNIT III Angle and Pulse Modulation Frequency modulation – Expression. types of AM. Transmission lines concept – (No equations and derivations): Transmission line equivalent circuit. AM spectrum and side bands. ionospheric propagation. radiation pattern. ratio detector (no Derivation) FM Transmitters – transmitter. broad-side and end-fire array.stereophonic FM .Wave guides: types. ICW and MCW principles AM Receiver – TRF receiver. advantages and disadvantages of SSB – AM VSB system AM Detector – Diode detector AM Transmitter – Types of transmitters. wave forms.
Horn type and electro-static loud speakers. midrange and tweeter – cross-over network. Electronic Communication – Dennis Roddy and John colen – PHI 4. piezoelectric.FM receiver – Block diagram – AFC-stereophonic FM receiver. Transmission lines & Networks – Umesh sinha – Sathya prakashan publications 7. Reference books 1.Mithal – Khanna publishers.Dhake – TMH. woofer. Networks lines and fields – John D.Ryder. UNIT IV Audio systems Microphones (Qualitative treatment only) – Construction and performance of the following microphones: carbon. PHI 2. condenser. Electronic communication Systems – Kennedy – TMH 3. Colour TV – Principles of colour transmission and reception. 6.principle of Handycam – LCD projector – Principles of CCTV and cable TV. TV and Video engineering – Arvind M. 8. .color CCD camera – PAL colour TV receiver ( IC details not required) – Digital Colour TV receiver – LCD display unit – plasma display . Radio engineering – G. Radio Engineering – Terman – MGH 5. moving coil and velocity ribbon.Compact disc system – MP3 system – DVD system – stereophonic system – Hi-Fi system principles – Dolby – DTS UNIT V Telegraph and TV fundamentals Telegraphy – Basic principle – Morse code (concept only) – Radio Telegraph transmitter Monochrome Television – Scanning principles – aspect ratio – composite video signal – TV standards – TV transmitter – TV receiver.11 - . Loud speakers – Constructional details of dynamic cone type.K. Fundamentals of Acoustics – Kingsler & frey – Wiley Eastern ltd. Surround – sound systems Audio recording and reproduction – Magnetic system.
Monostable and Bistable multivibrator using Transistor – Principle of Operation and waveform. Variable -317. Operational Amplifiers in analog computers – Solution of differential equations (Principle only) Unit II: IC Voltage regulators and other IC Circuits IC voltage regulators: Positive and negative – High and low – Fixed and variable voltage regulators – 3 terminal voltage regulators – ICs 723. 79 xx. Associate memory – Cache memory and virtual memory (concepts only) PLA – CCD – Block diagram and working principle.MICRO ELECTRONICS Unit I: Operational amplifiers Operational amplifier: Definition and related terms – Ideal Characteristics of Op-Amp – IC 741 Pin details and specifications. Circuits using OP-AMPs: Inverting amplifier – Non inverting amplifiers – Voltage follower – summing amplifier – Differential amplifier – sign changer – Integrator – Differentiator –Comparator – Zero crossing detector – Bar graph display Instrumentation Amplifier – Precision rectifier – Clipper – Clamper Active Filters: Low pass – High pass – Band pass – Band stop – Circuit and Principle.K442 . 337 PLL : Basic principle – IC 565 PLL – block diagram and working principle – Applications of PLL Wave shaping Circuits: Astable. Unit IV ADC and DAC DAC – Weighted resistor and – 2R ladder DAC.12 - . Fixed . ADC – Dual slope – Successive Approximation ADC . Unit III: Registers and Memory Shift registers: Definition – types – Block diagram – Working principle of 4 bit shift register. Memory: Types of Memories – ROM – PROM – EPROM – UVEPROM – Flash memory – Organization of ROM RAM: Addressing – READ and WRITE operations – Types – Static RAM – Dynamic RAM – Circuit diagram and working principle – Organization of a RAM cell – Expanding memory( 8K and 16 K). IC 555 Timer: Functional Block diagram – working principle – Applications of IC 555 (oscillator and timer) IC Amplifiers: Audio Power Amplifier using IC CA 810 – Darlington pair Amplifier using IC ULN 2003.78 xx.
Op Amps and linear Integrated Circuits – Ramakant A.K. .Malvino – Tata McGraw Publication 3. 6. Block diagram of Register organization with ALU and buses. Linear Integrated circuits . Bus Standards: PC BUS – ISA . Computer System Architecture (Third Edition).TMH .Prentice Hall. Sample and hold circuit using LF 398A – Acquisition time – Aperture time. 5.ADC 0809 – DAC 1408 – Block diagram and working principle. D. Morris Mono . Roy Choudhury & Shail Jain 2. important signals – comparison chart. Applications of ADC and DAC: DVM –Listing the types of DVM Block diagram of DVM (Successive approximation type only) – Auto ranging and Auto polarity – Auto zeroing – Digital Frequency counter Block diagram and principle of a PC Based Data Acquisition system Unit V CPU design and Bus Standard Concept of Micro operations – Register transfer language – Register transfer – Bus and memory transfer Arithmetic micro operations – Binary adder. 7. Introduction to system design using integrated circuits – B. Electronic Devices and Circuits – G.Knowledge of other Busses – PCI – AGP – USB Architectures. Reference Books: 1..Mithal 4. Balasubramanian . incrementer – Arithmetic circuit – block diagram and working principle Logical micro operations – circuit and principle of 16 function logic circuit Shifter circuits using combinational logic – Block diagram and working of one stage Arithmetic Logic and Shift unit.13 - .D. subtractor. Gayakwad. Electronics principles .Sonde.Computer Installation and Servicing .
Unit – II only) Converters and Choppers (Qualitative treatment Single phase half converters with R. Gate Trigger Circuits – DC triggering. SMPS & UPS Inverters – Single phase inverters using thyristors with R.K443 – INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS Unit – I Power Devices and Phase Control Circuits Working Principles of SCR. Forced Commutation Poly phase converters with resistive load only – 3 phase Half and full converters – Control circuit and Power circuit – Dual converter – DC Chopper and DC Drives – Principles of chopper operation – Types – Typical Chopper – Circuit Diagram – Working Principle – Applications – Rotor ON – OFF control – Control of DC Motors – AC Chopper – Chopper using MOSFET – PWM control circuit for driving MOSFET in chopper. SIT and GTO – Switching Characteristics – Specification of above power devices. SMPS – Types – Circuit description – Working principles – Control circuits for SMPS – Application. IGBT. RL loads – Output voltage control in inverter – Methods of obtaining sine wave output from an inverter – Typical inverter circuit – Three phase inverter circuit – Inverter characteristics through pass inverter circuit – Applications of inverters – DC transmission – Block diagram – Parallel inverter using MOSFET & IGBT’s – Advantages. RL and fly wheel diode. NAND & EX-OR) – Ladder programming Bit instruction – Timer / counter – Program control instruction – Data handling instruction math instruction – Simple ladder diagrams for DOL. MOSFET. Star-Delta starter . AC Triggering. Unit – III Inverters. synchronized UJT triggering (ramp triggering) – Ramp and pedestal trigger circuit for ac load. Pulse gate triggering – Pulse transformer in trigger circuit – Electrical isolation by opto isolator – Resistance fixing circuit and waveform – Resistance capacitor fixing circuit and waveform. RL and fly wheel diode – Single phase full converters with R.14 - . Input and output characteristics of bridge circuit – Effect of source inductance – Discontinuous current operation – Line commutation. UPS – Types – Comparison – Circuit description of on line & off line UPS – Working principles. AND. Unit – IV PLC and Programming Introduction to PLC – Relays – Parts of PLC – Processor – Memory – Input and Output modules – Digital and Analog I/O’s – Communication with PLC – Logic functions (OR.
2nd edition – 1998 3. Power Electronics – M. PHI Publication Pvt.Unit – V CNC & Robotics Basic concept of numerical control – driving devices hydraulic systems – DC motors – Stepping motors – Data processing unit – Photoelectric type – Programming – Part programming – General information – Post processor elements – APT – syntax only (no programming exercise) – ADAPT/EXAPT.Numerical Control of Machines Yoram Korean and Joseph Ben. 4. Bimbhra. Power Electronics – M. Reference Books: 1. 5. TMH. Auto spot – Characteristics of N/C system – CNC / DNC – CNC typical s ystem – Block diagram – Interfacing of CNC Machines – Programming of CNC – Adaptive control systems – ACC – ACO – Basic concepts of Robotics. Singh & K. 3rd edition – New Delhi – 2005. Power Electronics – Dr. Ltd. Khanna Publications. Industrial and Power Electronics – Harish C. Rashid. P. . Programmable Logic Controller – Pradeep Kumar & S rivashtava – BPB Publications.H. Cox Vikas Publishing Houses – 2001. 1998..D. 6.S. Khan Cahndani.15 - .B. Programmable Contollers – Richard A. 7.. Rai Umesh Publication – 5th edition – 1994 2.
Test the performance of Audio Power Amplifier using IC CA 810 16. 19. Voltage regulator using IC 317 and 337 14. A/D converter using ADC 0809 IC.K444 . Precision rectifier using OP .MICRO ELECTRONICS LAB 1. and IC 7912 12. D/A converter using DAC 1408 IC. Astable and Monostable multivibrators using Transistor 8.16 - . Construct a bar graph display using IC 1415 20.AMP 11. .Construct and test digital data generator using parallel to serial shift register 2. Monostable multivibrator using IC 555 10. DAC using R-2R ladder Network. 17. Summing amplifier and Differential amplifier using OP-AMP 4 Voltage comparator using OP-AMP 5 Sign changer and voltage follower using OP-AMP 6. Integrator using OP-AMP 7. Test the performance of Darlington ULN 2003 15. Voltage regulator using IC 7805. Astable multivibrator using IC 555 9. 18. Construct and test the various arithmetic and logical functions using IC 74181.Inverting Amplifier and Non inverting amplifier using OP-AMP 3. Voltage regulator using IC 723 13.
Construct A. Write and implement a simple ladder logic program using digital inputs and outputs for PLC. Write and implement a simple ladder logic program for interfacing a conveyor control with PLC.INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS LAB 1. 18. Construct and test a MOSFET based PWM chopper circuit. 5. Construct and test the performance of the photo relay using L. Plot the firing angle output current graph for resistive load. Write and implement a program for CNC lathe involving linear position. 15. 14. 9.K445 . Construct and test a single phase inverter. 19.C timer circuit using transistor to operate a switching circuit after a time delay. Construct a biased controlled half rectifier using SCR.17 - . Test its performance with a standard stop watch. 12. 13. Write and implement a program for CNC milling for a simple component involving linear position and interpolation. Write the implement a simple ladder logic program using timer and counter with branching and subroutines with PLC. 6. Construct D. Construct and test lamp dimmer using Triac.ENGLISH COMMUNICATION LAB ( Common To All Branches ) . Plot the firing angle output current graph for resistive load. Test its performance with a standard stop watch.R 16. 8. circular interpolation and repeat cycle. 20. 10. Construct and test commutation circuits of SCR. 4. K446 . Construct and test SCR regulated DC power supply. 7. Determine the phase control characteristics of SCR. Construct a sequence timer using 555 Timer chip.C timer circuit using transistor to operate a switching circuit after a time delay. 17. 11. Construct and test an IC based buck converter using PWM. 3. Construct a biased controlled half rectifier using SCR.D. Construct and test Tube light emergency light. 2. Construct and test a multiple pulse sine wave inverter.
Radio aids to navigation – Direction finding – Radio ranges – Radio compass – Radio telemetry .Instrument landing system – Ground controlled approach system.cell splitting – sectoring .fundamental concepts – Simplified Cellular telephone system .18 - . FAX and Mobile Communication Telephony and fax Telephone system – Public Telephone network – Private Telephone Network . Radar And Navigational Aids Microwave Devices: Magnetron – IMPATT diode – PIN diode – Working principle and Applications.facsimile receiversynchronization – phasing-Index of cooperation (IOC) – Photographic recording – Direct recording Cellular telephone – Evolution .cordless Phone Block diagram–– Video phone – Block diagram – ISDN – Architecture Features.Pulsed systems – Basic Pulsed Radar System – Block Diagram – Display methods – PPI Display . Microwave Antennas: Parabolic– cassegrain -Horn – Lens Antenna Radar – Fundamentals – Basic Radar System– Applications – Radar range equation (No derivation) – factors influencing maximum range – Target properties . Unit III Digital communication Fundamental block diagram and basic elements of digital communication system-Advantages.K451 ADVANCED COMMUNICATION SYSTEM Unit I Telephone. disadvantages of digital communicationcharacteristics of data transmission circuits-Bandwidth requirement – speed-Baud rateNoisecrosstalk-Distortion – Equalizers – Echo compressors Digital codes – Baudot code – Error detection codes – Parity check .frequency reuse – Interference – Co – Channel Interference – Adjacent Channel Interference – Improving coverage and capacity in cellular systems .Roaming and Handoff Unit – II Microwave. Facsimile communication system – Introduction – facsimile sendercylindrical scanning – Tape scanning.Automatic target detection.Block diagram .Electronic Switching System .
Error correction codes – Retransmission.Couplers – optical transmitter – Block diagram using laser feedback control circuit – optical receiver . PCM – transmitter. Unit V Satellite Communication Satellite system – Kepler’s I. quantizing noise – Companding. Unit-IV Optical communication Optical communication system – Block diagram – Need and advantages of optical fibers – principles of light transmission in a fiber using Ray Theory – Single mode fibers .multimode fibers – step index fibers – graded index fibers – (Fabrication details not required) Attenuation in optical fibers – Absorption losses. bending losses. core and cladding lossesDispersion – material Dispersion. PWM and PPM.GPS . forward error correcting code – Hamming code. waveguide dispersion.19 - . MEO – Advantages Apogee Perigee-Active and passive satellite-Earth Eclipse of satelliteLaunching orbitParabolic reflector antenna –antenna Space segment-power supply-Attitude control-station keeping – Transponders – TT and C subsystem – Thermal control – Antenna subsystem Earth segment-Receive only Home TV system – Block diagram – Transmit receive earth station-Block Diagram. receiver. Industry and Military application (With Descriptive block diagram).II laws – orbits – types-Geostationary synchronous satellites-Advantages – LEO. Satellite services – INTELSAT . scattering losses.II.connectors and splices – Optical cables . Digital modulation techniques – ASK modulation / demodulation – FSK modulation / demodulation – PSK modulation / demodulation – only block diagram and operation. sampling theorem – Generation and detection of PAM.codes – Redundant codes – Constant ratio codes .semiconductor LASER – Principles – optical detectors – PIN and APD diodes . Pulse modulation – types. Intermodal dispersion optical sources – LED.Block diagram using APD Applications of optical fibers – civil.MSAT .
Electronic communication systems . 2.PHI 1988 3.Khanna publishers 1995 6. Optical fiber communication . K452 .Wayne Tomasi . subtraction.McGraw Hill .2001 7. Fetch cycle) – Timing Diagram for Opcode FETCH.Tata McGraw Hill . Wireless communication .Theodore S. Agarwal .Fifth Edition .2000 4.Dennis Roddy .1995 5.PHI . Simple programs in assembly language using 8085 – 8 bit addition.1999. Memory READ. Machine cycle. Optical communication system . RET. 8.State.20 - .-Pearson Education -2004.. Electronic Communications systems .Dennis Roddy and John coolen .Kennedy . multiplication. memory WRITE. Electronics communication .fourth Edition .C. Schiller .Reference Books 1.Pearson Education 2005. D. division. smallest and largest. Mobile communication .Fundamentals through Advanced . Satellite communication .McGraw Hill .MICROPROCESSORS Unit I Organization of 8085 Microprocessor Block diagram and operation of a general Microprocessor system – Evolution Of Microprocessors – Advantages – 8085 Microprocessor – Architecture – Pin details of 8085 – Bus structure of 8085 – Flag register – clock circuit – Control and Status signals Instruction set of 8085 – Instruction formats – Addressing modes – Classification of instructions – Stack and Subroutine – Significance of CALL. and I/O WRITE and INTA Timing diagram for MOV instruction and LDA only – Ready and Wait state – concept.John Gower .Gerd Keiser .Davis . Satellite communication . I/O READ. PUSH and POP instructions Unit II Timing Diagram and Simple Programs Processor cycles – Definition of Processor cycles (T.second edition . code .pearson education – 2002 9. Execution cycle.Jochen H. Rappaport .Dr.Principles and practice .
.21 - . Wiley Eastern Ltd. Thiyagarajan. 2. Unit III Interrupts and Data transfer Methods Interrupts – Hardware and software interrupts in 8085 – Interrupt vector table of 8085 – Polling – Software and hardware polling – Interfacing with Programmable Interrupt controller IC 8259A – Block diagram – Signal diagram – Working principle Memory mapped I/O and I/O mapped I/O – Data transfer schemes in 8085– synchronous data transfer – asynchronous data transfer – Interrupt driven data transfer – DMA data transfer – – Interfacing of 8257 with 8085 microprocessor – working principle.. 3. References: 1. Charles..Daniel Tabak.Block diagram – Pipeline structure – PIV Concepts only.conversion ( Hexa decimal to Decimal and vice versa). S.Microprocessors – Principles and Applications. Unit IV needed) Memory and peripherals interfacing(No programs Interfacing of memory: Organization of ROM IC 2764 and RAM IC 6264 – Interfacing 8085 Microprocessor with IC 6264 Interfacing with Programmable Peripheral Interface IC 8255 – Block diagram – Signal diagram – Working principle – Different Modes – Control word format Interfacing with UART IC 8250 – Block diagram – Signal diagram – Working principle Interfacing with Keyboard and display controller IC 8279 – Block diagram – Working principle Unit V Applications of 8085 and Advanced Microprocessors Applications of Microprocessors: Seven segment display interface – Stepper motor controller – Traffic light controller (using 8085 only) CISC Processors: Introduction to x86 processor – Architecture – The register set – Data format – Segmentation and Paging. Goankar. M.Microprocessor Architechture Programming and Applications – Ramesh. Coprocessors: Introduction to coprocessors .TMS320F24x DSP Controller – Architecture – Memory and IO spaces RISC Processors: Introduction to MC 88110 – Block diagram and features – Properties of RISC .Advanced Microprocessors .CISC Versus RISC Pentium Processor: Features . McGrawhill ..Microprocessor and Applications – R. Gilmore. TMH 4.
Constants. Variables and Data types: Character Set – Constants – Integer Constants – Character Constants – String Constants. pow and sqrt functions in header file <math. Functions: Predefined functions – isdigit. islower and ispunct functions in header file<ctype. Assignment. Bitwise Operator. cos.K453 a – C PROGRAMMING & OOPs Unit I Fundamentals and I/O statements Keywords. I/O Statements: Printf() and Scanf() functions (Unformat and formatted). Conditional. Operations and Expressions: Arithmetic. Evaluation of Expression. Logical. Strlen. Assigning value to Variables. Arithmetic Expressions. abs. isupper.h>.h>. . getchar() and putchar() functions. Relational. strcpy. floor.22 - . ceil. strcmp and strcat in header file <string.h> . tan. Increment. Variables – Declaration of Variables. exp. Decrement.
Writing Strings. Structures within structures. Random Access files. Nesting of if-else statement. Error handling during I/O operation. fprintf and fscanf functions). Reusability. Defining and Opening a file. characteristics of Object Oriented Languages – Objects. Decision Making & Branching: The if-else statement. Pointer Expressions. Structure Initialization. Input / Output Operations on files (getc. Reading Strings. closing a file. Creating New Data types. switch case statement. Declaring and Initializing Pointers. do-while statement. Comparison of two Strings. Unit V Object oriented programming Introduction to OOPS: Limitation of Procedural Languages.getw. Object Oriented approach – Analogy.Unit II Decision Making. passing arguments. Structures & Unions: Structure definition. Command line arguments. Pointer Increments. Inheritance and Overloading (Simple Programs) – . Multidimensional Arrays. User defined functions. Appending items to a file. function – definition. function call. Looping: While statement. Approach to Organization. Two Dimensional Arrays – Initializing One dimensional & Two-Dimensional Arrays. return statement. putc. Unit IV Pointers and File Management Pointers: Understanding Pointers: Accessing the address of Variables. File Management: Introduction. Pointers and Arrays.23 - . for statement. Polymorphism. Unions. putw. Arrays: One Dimensional Arrays. Structure of C++ Programs. Arrays of Structures. String handling functions. break & continue statement. Functions: Function – declaration. Pointer and functions. else-if ladder. Pointer and character Strings. Pointers and Structures. Classes. goto statement. Branching and Looping and Arrays Introduction: Simple if statement. returning values. Unit III Character String and Functions Character Strings: Introduction – declaring & initializing string variables. Accessing a variable through its pointer. Inheritance.
Tata McGrow Hill Publishing Company. 2 Object Oriented Programming with C++ – Balagurusamy E.. 3 Computer Programming in C. Reference Books : 1 Programming in ‘C ’– Balagurusamy E. New Delhi. Prentice Hall of India (P) Ltd. Rajaraman V.Application of OOPs. New Delhi . Tata McGrow Hill Publishing Company. New Delhi.24 - .
Configuration Statements .Data Types .Three-State Outputs .Basic Gates .Event Scheduling .Logic Array Blocks .Introduction to VHDL – Entity – Architectures Concurrent Signal Assignment .Karnaugh Maps .Behavioral Modeling .Structural Designs .Process Statement Part .PAL Logic Structure .Process Execution Sequential Statements .Decimal Number System .III Programmable Logic Devices Read Only Memories .Design of Counters .NOR Implementation Distributed Gates .VHDL Subprograms and Packages Unit – V CPLD & FPGA Architecture CPLDs and FPGAs .General Number Representation .Iterative Hardware .Octal Number System .CoolRunner-II CPLD Architecture Description .BinaryCoded-Decimal Code .Sequential Circuit Design .Three-State Gates Unit – II Combinational & Sequential Logic design Designing Combinational Circuits .Architecture Selection .Registered Outputs – Macrocells .K453 b .DataFlow Description .Multiplexers and Decoders .ROM Variations – PROM – EPROM – EEPROM Flash Memory Programmable Logic Arrays .Complex Programmable Logic Devices .Excess-3 Code .Flip-Flops – Registers .Binary / BCD Adders and Binary Subtractors – Comparators .Process Declarative Region .Sequential Packages – Memories .Mealy and Moore Machines .VLSI Unit – I Number System & Logic Gates Number Systems .Sequential Processing .Output Enable / Clock Select Unit – IV VHDL Programming Brief History of HDL .25 - .Error Correction and Detection .Storage Elements .Basic ROM Structure .Generic PLD Architecture .Alphanumeric Codes .BCD Arithmetic .AND and OR gates MUX and XOR gates .Process Statements .Sequential Behavior .Enable / Disable Inputs .Macrocells Programmable Interconnect Array I/O Control Blocks CoolRunner-II CPLDs.Bi-directional IO Unit .Converting Numbers from One Base to Another .Programmable Registers .CMOS NOR .Hexadecimal Number System .Don't Care Values .One-Hot Realization .Product Term Expansion .Static RAM Structure .Gray Code – Unicode Fixed-Point and Floating-Point Representations Arithmetic Operations .Design of Synchronous Sequential Circuits .Finite State Machines Designing State Machines .Unsigned and Signed Binary Numbers .Binary Number System .CMOS NAND .Array Programmability .Memory View .Boolean Algebra .Logic Value System – Transistors CMOS Inverter .
. Digital Electronics with PLD Integration by Nigel P.Advanced Interconnect Matrix (AIM) . The Digital Consumer Technology Handbook . Xilinx.Wiley-interscienc 2. Cook 2.Device Programming Text Book: 1. VHDL Programming by Example “ by Douglas L. Sharma 4. Future Directions. 2000.I/O Capabilities – Program design flow .Function Block –Macrocell .Spartan-3 FPGAs .Spartan-3 FPGA Attributes Architectural Overview – Configuration . Digital Logic Simulation and CPLD Programming with VHDL by Steve Waterman 5. Kim Goldblatt. Programmable Logic Design Quick Start Hand Book By Karen Parnell & Nick Mehta 3. Digital Design and Implementation with Field Programmable Devices by Zainalabedin Navabi 4. Perry – Fourth Edition 3. Programmable Logic Handbook: PLDs. CPLDs. Rafiquzzaman . “ Fundamentals of Digital Logic Design with VHDL “. Inc. and Programmable Logic Solutions by Amit Dhir. Steven Knapp 7. and FPGAs by Ashok K. Fundamentals of Digital Logic and Microcomputer Design by M.I/O Block .26 - . Second Edition McGraw Hill International. Stephen Brown and Zvonko Vranesic. Botros 6. References: 1.A Comprehensive Guide to Devices. HDL Programming Fundamentals: VHDL and Verilog by Nazeih M. Singapore.Output Banking – DataGATE . Spartan-3 Platform FPGA Handbook by Marc Baker.I/O Block .Design Entry – Simulation – Compilation . Standards.Generic FPGA Architecture .
K 453 c– ROBOTICS AND AUTO ELECTRONICS Unit I Basic Configuration of Robotics and its Working Introduction – definition – basic configuration of robotics and its working – robot components – manipulator.27 - . pulleys. Unit II Robot Controller.basic robot languages – generating of robot programming languages – On-Line & Off-Line programm ing . harmonic drive – conversion between linear and rotary motion and its devices.motion interpolation . belts. spherical.work envelope and work volume . gears.robot language structure – basic commands – . Unit III Robot Motion Analysis Robot motion analysis – robot kinematics – robot dynamics .photoelectric sensors – vision system – image processing and analysis – robotic applications – robot operation aids – teach pendent – MDI and computer control.robot work volumes and comparison – wrist rotations –mechanical transmission. cylindrical. controller.gripper design – mechanical gripper – vacuum gripper – magnetic grippers – sensors – transducers – tactile sensors – proximity sensors and range sensors – force and moment sensors and its applications and problems . horizontal articulated (SCARA). Servo Systems Robot controller – level of controller – open loop and closed loop controller – servo system s – microprocessor based control system – robot path control – point to point – continuous path control – sensor based path control – controller programming – actuators – dc servo motors – stepper motors – hydraulic and pneumatic drives .feedback devices – potentiometers – optical encoders – dc tachometers. drive system. types of joint – classification of robots – cartesian.end effectors – grippers and tools . vertical articulated – structural characteristics of robots – mechanical rigidity – effects of structure on – control . end effectors. Unit IV Robot Programming Robot programming – lead through methods and textual robot languages – motion specification . sensors – m echanical arm – degrees of freedom – links and joints – construction of links.
Engine cooling water temperature sensor – engine oil pressure sensor – Speed sensor – Air pressure sensor – Engine oil temperature sensor – Oil pressure warning system – Engine over heat warning system – Air pressure warning system – Speed warning system – Door Lock Indicators. JUDGE. 2. Robotics – An Introduction – Doughales – R. Unit V Robot Application in Manufacturing and Auto Electronics Robot application in manufacturing – material handling – assembly finishing – adopting robots to work station . Groover. Walter E Billet & Leslie. Sensors for fuel level in tank. Roger Negal and Nicholes G. AW – Modern Electric Equipments for Automobile – Chapman & Hall London 1975 4.requisite and non – requisite robot characteristics – stages in selecting robot for individual application – precaution for robot –future of robotics. F GOINGS – Automotive Electric Systems . Mite chell weiss. Halconnjr. 3. Odress. Reference Books: 1.artificial intelligence and robotics. Industrial Robotics – Technology – Program ming and Applications Mikell P.28 - .
K 454 . 11. Construct and test an amplitude modulator and a detector circuit. Construct and test an FM transmitter and an FM receiver circuit.Setting up a fiber optic digital link. Construct and test symmetrical T and Pi attenuators. 12.Construct and test PAM generation and detection circuits. 14. 2. 22. 20. Construct and test an FM modulator circuit. 4.COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS LAB 1. Observe and measure the outputs at different stages of a super heterodyne receiver. Construct and test constant K active and passive LPF and HPF.Setting up a fiber optic analog link.Construct and test PCM transmitter and receiver circuits.PSK modulation – Trace the output waveform.Analog transmitter and receiver. 5.FSK transmitter and receiver.PSK demodulation – Trace the output waveform. 6. 15.Construct and test PWM generation and detection circuits. . Determine the frequency response of the microphone 9. 7. 21. 19.Trace the output waveform.TDM of signals 17. 18.Construct and test the performance of series and shunt equalizer.To measure the bending loss and propagation loss in fiber optics. 13. Construct and test a three way crossover network.29 - . 16. 3.ASK modulation . Determine the frequency response of the loudspeaker 8. 10.
Simple I/O operations (switches and LEDs) 15. 7408. 8 BCD to Hex conversion 9. down and up-down counters 18. 7432 and 7486 only) 17.30 - . Interfacing of seven segment display with 8255 16. Binary up. 8 bit and 16 bit multiplication. Verification of Digital ICs (Basic ICs like 7400. . Subtraction 3.K455 MICROPROCESSOR LAB. 13. 8 bit division 6. Hex to ASCII and ASCII to Hex 11. 7402. Addition. Introduction of 8085 Microprocessor Kit 2. Moving Display control 20. Sum of data in a given array Interfacing experiments: 14. Arranging the given data in ascending order and descending order. To fill a given data in 50 Locations in memory.‘C’ PROGRAMMING LAB. Traffic light controller ELECTIVE PRACTICAL – I K 456 a . Finding the smallest and largest value in an array 7. Multi-byte addition 4. 1. 5. Block transfer of data in forward / reverse order 12. 7404. Hex to BCD conversion 10. Ring counter 19.
3. words & lines in a text. 7. Printing of multiplication table using Do…While loop.31 - . 4. 13. 6. write a function to swap the values of to variables to illustrate the concept of pass by reference. . Program to develop a pattern (eg. 2. Program to find factorial of given N numbers with out recursion. 10. Program to sort the strings. 15. Program to calculate simple and compound interest. 11. 1. Program to find factorial of given N numbers with recursion. Program to compute sum of series using While loop. Program to find whether the given number is a positive number. write a program to add five numbers by getting the values through command line argument . 12. 5. Program to implement Matrix addition & multiplication. Preparation of the rank list of a class of students. Program for Pay bill calculation. square) 17. Program to tabulate a survey data. negative number or zero. Program to sort a list of numbers 8. 9. 18. Program to count number of characters. 16.: pyramid. Solution of a Quadratic Equation.On completion of the experiment students should be able to write programs in C and execute it. Program to implement Fibonacci series. 14.
b. Write a VHDL code for 4 bit binary counter an study all signals using simulation software 9. 3.Write a VHDL code to generator PW M signals for DC Motor control 11. 4.Write a VHDL code & implement on FPGA kit for MUX & DEMUX 12.VLSI LAB 1. . Write a VHDL Code for a. 10. Subtraction Multiplication Division and implement on FPGA kit.K 456 b . a. Write a VHDL code for 7 Segment LED display interface 6. c. d. Write a VHDL Code for 8 Bit Digital output using LEDs 8 Bit Digital inputs using Write VHDL C ode for 4 x 4 matrix keyp ad interface.Write a VHDL Program & implement on FPGA k it for Encoder. Write a VHDL code for Traffic light control 8. b. Decod er & Shift Register.32 - . 2. a. Write simple VHDL Codes for Addition. Relay interface b. Write a VHDL code for Stepper motor interface 7. Write a VHDL code for LCD display to display a text message. Buzzer Interface 5.
Practicals connected with proximity switch 15. Use of loops and subroutines with program 6. Robot operation.DIGITAL COMMUNICATION Unit I Computer Networks and Fundamentals . Practicals connected with various solenoid 13. Programs using XYZ Coordinates. Study of Vision system in Robot 10. Writing programs for pick and place at least five programs 4. Homing operation b. 5. Measurement of Robot work envelope b. Measurement of Robot characteristics a. Measurement of Repeatability 9. 11. Recording positions c. Practicals connected with stepper motor K 461. Robot system connection and component recognition 2. 7. Teaching positions via XYZ co-ordinates 8. Practicals connected with various Transducer 12. Continue writing programs off-line with score base levels. Writing programs off-line a. Use of Vision system for pick and place programming.K 456 c .33 - .ROBOTICS LAB 1. moving the various axis continuous and intermittent motion. 3. Measurement of Robot of motion c. Practicals connected with Photo sensor 14.
Adaptive Huffman coding – updating – swapping – Overflow – Escape Code – Dictionary based Compression .34 - . WAN) – Network topology – Star – Ring –Mesh – Bus – Tree – Internet and Intranet. IP Addressing – Subnetting & Supernetting – Dotted Decimal Notation.Fano Algorithm – Huffman code. Unit III Bluetooth Technology. Introduction to VSAT: VSAT Technology – VSAT bands.Network Layers Protocol – IP – Interior Gateway Protocols (IGMP.Data sets and interconnection requirements – classification of modems – serial interface standard – RS 232.Applications Unit IV: Compression Techniques Data Compression: Coding – Shannon . MAN. Wireless Access Protocol: Advantages – Services – WAP architecture –Applications. Unit II Wireless LAN Introduction to Wireless LANs: Definition – Need – Advantages and Disadvantages of WLAN – Applications of WLAN – Components of Wireless LAN – Types of Wireless LAN – Infrared versus radio transmission – Protocols used in WLAN – Digital Cellular System – GSM – Services and Architecture – Radio Subsystem – CDPD – CDMA – Uses of WLAN HIPERLAN: Introduction – Protocol Architecture.Classification of Network (LAN. ARP.Components of a VSAT System – Access schemes of VSAT – TDMA – FDMA – CDMA – DAMA – VSAT topology – Advantages and pitfalls .Introduction to LAN network: Network fundamentals – Applications – Advantages of Networks . WAP & VSAT Bluetooth: Introduction – Evolution – Need – Bluetooth Radio: Vertical Antenna – Dipole Antenna – Antenna parameters – Ad hoc network – Bluetooth Protocol Architecture – Advantages – Applications – Comparison of wireless LAN and Bluetooth technology. Media of Transmission: Open wire – Twisted pair – Coaxial cable – Fiber optic cable Network Hardware: Hub – Ethernet – Bridges –Routers (Principle only) .Encoding and decoding – Static Versus Dynamic Dictionary Audio Compression: Digital Audio Concepts – Fundamentals – Lossy and Lossless compression – Silence compression – PC based sound . OSI Model: Block diagram of OSI Model – Layers – Functions of each layer. TCP / IP: Overview of TCP/IP – OSI & TCP/IP – Transport Layers Protocol– TCP & UDP. ICMP. RARP Concept only).
Computer Networks: Fundamentals and Applications – R. Mobile Communications .Simple image fundamentals .second edition – Rafael c.Fundamental steps in digital image processing Components of image processing system . 6. 2.S. Ltd.Rajesh.William Stallings . The Data Compression Book.PHI 3.Image sampling and quantization – Fundamentals of Image Enhancement – Image Restoration – Basics Of Color Image Processing – Color Transformation Image compression . second edition – Mark Nelson and Jean Loup Gailly – BPB publications 5. Psycho visual redundancies (Definition only) Image compression models . Inter pixel. New Delhi. Digital image processing .Demystified Nathan J. Gonzalez and Richard E Woods – Pearson education pvt. Balasubramanian K462 – EMBEDDED SYSTEM . BlueTooth . new delhi. Wireless Communication of Networks .Jochen Schiller Pearson Education.Image acquisition . Eswara kumar.redundancy – Coding. K.35 - .the source encoder and decoder – JPEG & MPEG Compression References: 1.S.Unit V: Digital Image Processing (No derivation and Problems – Qualitative treatment only) Digital Image processing – Definition .Muller Tata McGraw – Hill 4. R.
On Chip DAC.PWM .The ARM Architecture Overview .Reset .Debug systems Debug interface signals .Memory Interface . UNIT – ARM CPU & Peripherals CPU: Introduction: .ARM7 TDMI Core and system state About Embedded ICE-RT Logic – Instruction Set.Universal Asynchronous Receiver/Trasmitter (UART) .Architectural Overview . Peripherals: General Purpose Input/Output Ports (GPIO) . Timer.On Chip ADC .I2 C Interface – SPI Interface . Unit III I/O.Addressing signals Addressing timing . ASCII – Loop and jump instructions – Call instructions – Time delay routines – Program control – Assembler directives – Sample programs.Bus interface signals .Data Timed Signals .System control block functions: PLL .Instruction set Summary .Memory formats .Memory Acceleration Module .Unit I Architecture Of 8051 Block diagram of Microcontroller – Comparison with Microprocessor and Microcontroller – Pin details of 8051 – ALU – Special function registers – ROM – RAM – RAM Memory Map (including registers and register banks) – Program Counter – PSW register –Stack I/O Ports – Timer – Interrupt – Serial Port – External memory – Clock – Reset – Clock Cycle – Machine Cycle – Instruction cycle – Instruction fetching and execution – Overview of 8051 family Unit II Instruction Set And Programming Assembling and running an 8051 program – Instruction set of 8051 – Different addressing modes – Data transfer instructions –Arithmetic Instructions – Signed number concepts and arithmetic operations – Logic and Compare instructions – Rotate instruction and data serialization – BCD.Timer0 and Timer1.Debug interface . Interrupt and Serial Programming Bit addresses for I/O and RAM – I/O programming – I/O bit manipulation programming – Programming 8051 Timers – Counter programming – Basics of Serial programming – 8051 connection to RS 232 – 8051 Serial Port Programming – 8051 interrupt – Programming Timer Interrupt – Programming external hardware interrupts – Programming the serial communication interrupt – Interrupt priority in 8051 Unit IV ARM Concepts Introduction .36 - .VPB Divider Wakeup Timer .Processor operating states.RTC .Block Diagram .Power Control .
Embedded Systems Architecture . 2. Sci Tech Publication.Ayala.References: 1.Tammy Noergaard 5 ARM System Developer’s Guide – Andrew N. LPC 2148 User Manual . 8051 Microcontroller by Kenneth J. Microprocessor and Microcontroller by R. Mazidi and D. 2006 Pearson Education Low Price Edition.37 - .MacKinlay. ARM Architecture Reference Manual . Chennai 3. 4.Theagarajan.Sloss 6. 8051 Microcontroller and Embedded Systems using Assembly and C by Mazidi.David Seal 7. ARM System-on-Chip Architecture (2nd Edition) by Steve Furbe 8.
indirect) – Working principle and applications of Electro magnetic blood flow meter – blood pH – Digital thermometer Unit IV Bio – Telemetry And Patient Safety Introduction – Elements of Bio Telemetry system – Design – Radio Telemetry system – Block diagram and working principle – Limitations and Applications.Measurement of Blood pressure (direct. Unit III Clinical And Specialized Medical Instruments Audiometer – Principle – Automatic Bekesy audiometer working.BIO – MEDICAL INSTRUMENTATION Unit I Bio Potential Electrodes And Recorders Bio Electric Potential – resting and action potential – Components of Bio Medical Instrument System Electrodes – Electrode potential – Types of electrodes – Micro – Surface – Depth and Needle electrodes Electrocardiograph (ECG) – ECG Lead configuration – ECG recording set up – Artifacts – Specifications of ECG recorder – clinical uses of ECG – Phonocardiography (concepts only)Electroencephalography (ECG) – Origin of EEG – Brain waves – 10-20 lead system – recording Set up – Clinical uses of EEG Electromyography (EMG) . Ventilators – types – block diagram and working principle. Blood Cell counter – Working principle Electron microscope – construction and working principle – Comparison between optical microscope and electron microscope. . Heart lung machine – Oxygenators – types – working principle of Bubble Oxygenator.Types and principle of working.Dialysis – Hemo dialysis – peritoneal dialysis.Blood pumps – Characteristics of ideal blood pump . Surgical Diathermy – Waveforms used in surgical diathermy – Block diagram – operation.K 463 a .38 - .(Principle and concept only) Unit II Therapeutic Instruments Cardiac pacemaker – classification – Comparison between External pace makers and implantable pacemaker – Mode of operation of Ventricular asynchronous and Ventricular synchronous pacemakers – programmable pacemaker Cardiac defibrillators – types – AC – DC defibrillators Nerve and muscle stimulators – Electrotherapy – Waveforms used in stimulators – Working principle of Versatile Electro Diagnostic Stimulator and External Bladder Stimulator.
Ray Examination. Jacobson and Webstar – Medicine and Clinical Engineering. Endoscopy – principle of working and applications – Gamma ray tube Bio feedback instrumentation – Block diagram and principle.R. Khandpur – Handbook of Bio – Medical Instrum entation. 3. Klin – Introduction to Medical E lectronics. M. 2. Arumugam – Bio Medical Instrumentation . X ray apparatus – block diagram – Working Principle – Comparison between Radiography and Fluoroscopy – Image intensifiers . Leslie Crom well – Fred.Clinical uses of X.J.39 - . Kumara doss – Medical Electronics. Erich A. 4. II edition. Explosion hazards Telemedicine – Introduction – working – applications Unit V Modern Imaging Techniques LASER beam properties – Principle of Operation – Applications of LAS ER in medicine. B. S. . Ultrasonic imaging techniques – Echocardiography – Magnetic Resonance Imaging Techniques.P Feither – Biomedical Instrumentation and measurement. Text Book: Dr. Publishers.Radiation safety Instrumentation – effect of radiation exposure – Radiation monitoring equipment – Packet dosimeter and Packet type radiation alarm – film dosimeter (Principle only) Physiological efforts of electric current – Micro and macro shock – leakage current – shock hazards from electrical equipment. Weibell. Reference Books 1. Methods of Accident Prevention – Grounding – Isolated power distribution system – Ground fault interrupter – Hospital Architecture. high frequency current hazards. Anuradha agencies. Computer Tomography – Block diagram and operation – Applications. 5. Safely aspects in electro surgical units – burns. R.
Processors: Introduction – CISC Basic structure – RISC basic structure – evolution – Intel CPUs(P IV. FDD & Special Devices: Introduction – disk construction – types . Bus Standards: PC BUS – ISA and Knowledge of other Busses – PCI – AGP – USB Architectures.principle operation of Mouse – optical mouse – wireless mouse – mouse signals – Mouse Installation – track pads. Unit III Video Capture Board: Introduction – block diagram of an integrated video capture/ VGA card – connectors – capture process – audio and video capture and play back sequence – compression and de-compression techniques.refresh rate – dot pitch – data projectors – touch screens. Chip sets: Introduction – Intel chipset 945 series and knowledge of other chip sets – AMD chipset series.Boot record . ultra ATA. Displays: Video basics – anatomy of CRT. RIMM) – extended – expanded – cache – virtual Memories.COMPUTER HARDWARE AND NETWORKING Unit I Introduction . SCSI.40 - . VIA SAMUEL II).BIOS – CMOS RAM – Form Factor – Riser Architecture – Main Memory – memory chips (SIMM.Directory structure. MFM) .specification parameters . switches and indicators . HDD: introduction – HDD construction – parameters – operation. Mother Board: Evolution – Mother Board components . CD &DVD: Introduction – construction – operation – formats – Technology DVD writer combo drive construction – read/write operation – DVD drive installation. EIDE. and SATA series – installation – partitioning– partition table – formatting – FAT –data reading – data writing (FM. ATHLON.K 463 B .PC system units – Front Panel / Rear side connectors.HDC block diagram – working principle – IDE. Dual core. LCD and TFT displays resolution –interlacing . . DIMM.Lap top PCs – Palm top PCs. Core2 DUO) – AMD CPUs(K6. VIA/CYRIX III.Evolution .PC through Pentium core2 Duo – comparison chart .FDD construction – drive operation – types – FDC operation – pen drives – flash drives – I pods. Unit II Keyboard & Mouse: introduction – keyboard operation – key board signals – keyboard interface logic – wireless keyboard function – Mouse construction . important signals – comparison chart. DURON) – VIA Cyrix CPUs(6X86MX. Core DUO.
game port – controllers (Block Diagram) – operation – signals – SMPS – working – block diagram – AT & ATX connectors Modem: Introduction – functional block of modem – working principle – types – installation. Digital Camera: introduction – construction – operation – SLR camera– features. New Delhi. Printer: introduction – types – dot matrix – inkjet – laser – operation – construction – features – installation – troubleshooting. Installing and configuring Network (Windows NT 2003): Network Components and Connectors – Installing NIC – Installing Cables – Hub – Setting up NIC – Network Setup Wizard – Working with Network resources – Sharing resources on Network – New Connection Wizard. I/O Ports & SMPS: serial .41 - . Diagnostic Software & Viruses: PC latest diagnostic software – bench mark programs – computer viruses – Precautions – Anti-virus software – signature of viruses – Fire walls.Coaxial cable .Adding memory modules – assembling a computer – upgrading a PC.Configuring mother board/jumper setting – connectors – cables . Scanner: Introduction – operation – scan resolution – color scanners – scan modes – file formats. Balasubramanian . Network Media & Hardware: Twisted wire . Text Books: 1.Computer Installation and Servicing TMH Publishing Company. . Unit V Computer Network Basics: Introduction – OSI layer model . Local Area Network: LAN topologies – star – ring – mesh – bus – Client/Server – peer to peer. D.Group Membership Profiles – Working with Groups – Granting Permissions – Managing Shares – Switching Between Users. Unit IV PC Assembly: Power supplies .fiber optic cable – flow control – Ethernet – Arc net – Router – active hub .network types – LAN.various setup options – POST definition – IPL hardware – POST test sequence – beep codes – error messages.WAN – CAN – MAN – HAN – internet – intranet – extranet – uses – Blue tooth Technology.passive hub – wireless network – blue tooth dongle. Network Administration(Windows NT 2003): User Accounts and Groups – Working with User Accounts & security – passwords . CMOS setup program & POST: CMOS setup program .Sound Blaster Card: Basics of digital sound – audio compression and decompression – sound blaster card – installation – MIDI – 3D audio – EAX – MP3 – SDMI.parallel port .
Camera tube deflection and focusing methods – processing of camera signal.Troubleshooting.constructional details and principle of operation – CCD image sensors – target – constructional details of saticon. 4. Additive mixing of colors – color perception .TMH Publishing Company. K 463 c– TELEVISION ENGINEERING Unit I TV Fundamentals Simple block diagram of TV transmission and reception – Scanning process . Bigelow . 2. Types of color picture tubes – working principle of delta gun. Aspect ratio – vertical resolution and video Bandwidth – Relationship among them.TV broadcast channel allocation – Different TV standards – CCIR – B system in details.chromaticity diagram – Luminance and Chrominance signal – I & Q signal – their polarity – Bandwidth for color transm ission. Peter Norton . Inter carried sound system . Maintaining & Repairing PCs TMH Publishing Company.Introduction to Computers . Composite video signal – serrated vertical symmetrical pulse. precision inline and Trinitron color picture tubes – color convergence – static and . M.IBM PC and Clones . newvicon and chalnicon – comparison of different camera tubes. New Delhi. Picture tubes – specification – working principle of monochrome picture tubes – phosphor screen – screen burns – aluminium layer –picture tube mounting for picture tubes – including yoke. Stephen J. Balasubramanian .42 - .Reference books: 1.TMH Publishing Company. blanking and equalizing pulses and their details.sequential – Horizontal and vertical scanning – flicker and interlaced scanning – Need for synchronization. Block diagram of color TV camera tube and explanation. Unit II Camera And Picture Tubes Ideal characteristics of a camera tube – construction. 3. New Delhi. Govindarajulu . working principle and characteristics of vidicon and plumbicon – Multidiode vidicon .Computer Installation & Troubleshooting – ISTE Learning Material. Radhakrishnan & D. P ositive and negative transmission – VSB transmission of video signal – merits and demerits.
VCD – DVD player block diagram in play mode. Modern cable TV system schematic diagram – scram bling – descrambling – basic block diagram of descrambler – Digital CCD telecine system – steps involved in VCD making process – Block diagram of VCD player in play back mode – Advantages of DVD over laser disc and video tape.Block diagram of horizontal output stage . horizontal ATC block diagram with anti hunt network – A typical horizontal output circuit with EHT – various controls in vertical and horizontal output stage block diagrams of PAL chroma Decoder IC TA7699 and IC TA 7680 functions only.Block diagram of PAL color receiver.Plasma display – Block diagram of a digital color TV receiver – schematic diagram of a remote control IR Transmitter and IR receiver – synthesis of remote control signals – synchronization of receiver – Functions of remote transm itter and receiver IC – M 50463p and M 50142p – function of system control IC MN15287. .Block diagram of color TV transmission – color compatibility – color synchronization – colorplexed composite video signal and weighting factor – TV transmitter layout – PA L color coder – functional blocks and working of each block – output waveforms. Unit V Miscellaneous Topics Flat panel display – Large screen display methods .aural exciter . Unit III Television Transmitter Block diagram of a low level IF modulated TV transmitter – visual exciter . Need for sync pulse separator – sync separator circuit with noise gate need for trapezoidal voltage for deflection coils. Unit IV Television Receivers Block diagram s of monochrome TV receiver function of each block – Types of RF tuner – Block diagram of frequency synthesized Electronic tuner Requirements of video IF amplifier and AGC – keyed AGC circuit operaion – video am plifier circuit operation with HF and LF compensation – Block diagrams of IC TA 7611 – and IC LA1190 – function alone .dynamic – color purity – pincushion distortion – Automatic degaussing.visual modulator and CIN diplexer working principle .43 - .
LCD Displays .R.Dhake . 8. Gulati REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. Maini 2. Least Common Multiple 6.A.K. Greatest Common Divisor 7. Parity bit generation 11. Arithmetic operations (Addition. Square Root of a given data 5. Square wave generator 17. Program to find the number of characters. Digital I/O 14. Check given string is palindrome or not 10. TV and video E ngg 2.TEXT BOOKS: 1. BCD to Hex conversion & Hex to BCD conversion 4. Modern V CD – video CD player Introduction. Program for search a given string in a word. Counter using timer 12. Modern TV practice principles of Technology and servicing . 9.Aravind M. Program using interrupt Interfacing with application boards 13.44 - .EMBEDDED SYSTEM LAB Experiments using 8051 only 1. Stepper Motor Control 15.Manohar Lotia pradeep Nair. 8 bit ADC and 8 bit DAC 16. Multiplication and division of two 8 bit numbers 3. words in sentence. K 464 . Subtraction of 8 and 16 bits) 2. servicing and trouble shooting .R. color television and video technology .
Write a Programs for I2C Device Interface: a.18. Read the ADC Analog input and Plot the Corresponding signal on a graphical LCD. Measurement of Blood Pressure 9. 8. c. Construct a wein bridge oscillator 14. Construct and test an electronic thermo meter 12. Interface ADC and Display on LCD second line Continuously. Serial EEPROM b. Construct a precision rectifier circuit for medical instrument power supplies. Generate a PWM signal with Xon Time and Yoff Time. Study and Implement Priority Scheduling and OS Time Delay Functions by writing 3 different UART Transmitting Tasks. Construction and testing of Instrumentation Amplifier 3. b. Seven Segment LED Display Interface c. Implement OS Real Time Multitasking by writing a multitasking program with the tasks. 7. 22 To Study and Implement Multitasking . DC Motor 19 Temperature control 20. Buzzer Interface c. Interface RTC and Display on LCD First Line Continuously. a. Construct and test a pacemaker circuit 11. 24. Construction and testing of AC high gain amplifier 4. Measurement of pH of given solution. Real Time Clock Hands on Exercise Based on RTOS. K465 – A BIOMEDICAL INSTRUMENTATION LAB 1. Construct and test a thermistor thermo meter . Measurement of body and skin temperature 10. Construct and test a missing pulse detector 13. Construct and test a phonocardiograph amplifier 6. Read the Key input and display on seven segment LED b. Construct and test an ECG pre amplifier 5. 25. Write a Programs for a. 4 X 4 Matrix Keypad Interface b.45 - . Relay Interface 21. Implement OS Real Time Multitasking by Implementing three tasks a.Write a Simple Program with Two Separate LED Blinking Tasks. Construction and testing of differential amplifier 2. 23.
Connect and enable a pen drive or I-pod in a PC. EMG stimulator c. Cache. Format the pen drive or I-pod. EEG Stimulator K465 .b COMPUTER HARDWARE & NETWORK LAB 1. Construct an active high pass filter 18. Xtal. Install and configure an FDD in a computer system. USB pen drives and I-pods. Study. and CD-Drive/DVD-Drive add on cards in table top / tower model systems. CMOS Setup Program: 1. Changing advanced settings (BIOS and Chipset features) 5.46 - . Chip set ICs. 2. . 2. 6.15. RAM. ECG stimulator b. Mother Board. FDD. Floppy drive diagnostics/servicing. Mother Board Layout: Draw the layout of Pentium IV or Pentium Dual core or Pentium Core2 DUO mother board and mark Processor. PC system layout: Draw a Computer system layout and Mark the positions of SMPS. Changing the Standard settings 2. 2. HDD. cooling fan. Switches. Installation of FDD: 1. Indicators and connectors of PC: Identification of front panel indicators and switches in a computer system of table top/ tower case model and also identification of rear side connectors. I/O slots and I/O ports and various jumper settings. 3. Measurement of ECG waveform 16. handle and use the following equipments a. Construct an active low pass filter 17. 1. 4.
13. Copy files and folders from HDD to pen drive or I-pod. 4. Printer Installation & Troubleshooting: 1. Configure in CMOS-Setup program. DVD Multi-recorder drive installation: 1. 7. . 3. 2. 2. Configure the network for an Internet server. 3.Possible problems and troubleshooting. 2. Configure the scanner with driver. Assembling a PC: Assemble a Pentium IV or Pentium Dual Core Pentium Core2 Duo system with necessary peripherals and check the working condition of the PC. 2. 11. 12. 16. Installing and checking an Ink jet / Laser Printer.47 - . HDD Installation: 1. Familiarize : Scandisk. 15.3. 8. Copy files and folders from pen drive I-pod to HDD. Installing and checking a Dot-Matrix Printer. Partition the HDD using fdisk. Check the scanner by scanning a page / a portion in a page. 9. Connect the given scanner with a PC. 14. Format the Partitions. 4. 10. 3. 3. Install and configure a Modem in a windows PC. Check the read / write operation using a cd / dvd. Install a DVD Multi-recorder drive in a PC. Install the given HDD. 2 Configure using device driver. To configure TCP / IP configuration and test it in a network. Installation of Scanner: 1. Modem Installation: 1. Check the working condition of modem with PC. recent Anti-virus software and recent PC Diagnostic software. Add / Remove devices using Hardware Wizard.
Study of a composite video signal. To construct a transistor video amplifier and to find its frequency response characteristics. 4. Assembling and testing of Yagi antenna 2. To measure the output at various points in video section.K465 . Construct a sync separator circuit and test its performance. 9. 10. Observe and measure the outputs at different stages of a color TV . Aligning Video IF section 8. 11. 5. Construct and test a saw tooth generator for 3 different time constant 6. Test the deflection sensitivity of a picture tube 7. Observe and measure the outputs at different stages of a DVD player. To measure the output at various points in sound section. 12. 3.48 - . Construct and test a Dish antenna system for DTH reception.c TELEVISION ENGINEERING LAB 1.
Construct and test a cable TV distribution system.49 - . 15.system. . 13. 14. Construct and test a CCTV system using color CCD video camera and color TV. Construct and test a TV projection system using plasma display and LCD projector.
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