Courses offered under Modules in B. E.

Semester – I Subject Code
EC 2034 EC 7034 EC 2044

Subject Name
Mobile Computing Mobile Computing Advanced Digital Signal Processing Advanced Digital Signal Processing CMOS Analog & Digital Design CMOS Analog & Digital Design

Type Th Lab Th Lab Th Lab

Module A A B B C C

EC 7044

EC 2054

EC 7054

Courses offered under Modules in B. E. Semester – II Subject Code
EC 2144

Subject Name
Telecommunicatio n Network & Management Telecommunicatio n Network & Management
Image Processing Image Processing VLSI System Design VLSI System Design

Type Th

Module A

EC 7164

Lab

A

EC 2154 EC 7174 EC 2164 EC 7184

Th Lab Th Lab

B B C C

Module A – Communication is offered to E&TC students. Module B – Signal Processing is offered to Electronics and E&TC students. Module C – Microelectronics is offered to Electronics.

Joint list of Elective I and III Subject Code EC2064 EC7064 EC2074 EC7074 EC2084 EC7084 EC2094 EC7094 EC2104 EC7104 EC2114 EC7114 EC2124 EC7124 Subject Name Biomedical Electronics Biomedical Electronics Artificial Neural Network Artificial Neural Network Artificial Intelligence Artificial Intelligence Advanced Power Electronics Advanced Power Electronics Audio Video Engineering Audio Video Engineering Advanced Communication Systems Advanced Communication Systems Machine Vision Machine Vision Type Th. Lab. Th. Lab. Th. Lab. Th. Lab. Th. Lab. Th. Lab. Th. Lab.

EC2014: Embedded System Design
Objectives : 1. to study ARM7 architecture and learn its assembly language programming 2. to study wireless protocols 3. to study field bus protocols 4. To understand the meaning of embedded system and applications in which they are used. 5. To understand embedded system (ES) Design metrics. 6. To study Hardware and Software architecture of ES. 7. To study architecture of Real Time Operating Systems (RTOS ) 8. To study Digital Camera as ES case study 9. To study Smart card as ES case study 10. To study Car control as ES case study Unit 1: ARM Processor (7 Hrs) ARM Processor: Architecture and Programming: RISC and CISC , ARM organization , ARM Programmers model , operating modes , Exception Handling , Nomenclature , Core Extensions . ARM Assembly Language Programming : Introduction to ARM instruction set Unit 2: Protocols Bluetooth , IEEE 802.11 and IEEE 802.16 , GPRS, MODBUS CAN and USB (7 Hrs)

Unit 3: Embedded System Introduction (7 Hrs) History, Design challenges, Optimizing design metrics ,Time to market, NRE and UNIT cost design metrics, Application of embedded systems and recent trends in embedded systems. Unit 4: Embedded System Architecture (7 Hrs) Hardware and software architecture ,Processor selection for Embedded System, Memory Architecture and IO devices , Interrupt Service Mechanism ,Context switching. Device Drivers. Unit 5: Real Time Operating System Concepts (7 Hrs) Architecture of the kernel , Task scheduler , ISR , Semaphores , Mailbox , Message queues , Pipes , Events , Timers , Memory Management . Unit 6 : Case Study Of Embedded System Digital Camera , Smart Card and Car Control (7 Hrs)

draw ARM7 architecture 2. identify processor architecture and features from its number 6 i. Gupta “ EmbeddedReal systems programming “ TMH. “EmbeddedSystem Design. 10 i state difference between general OS and RTOS ii Explain Serial port sharing using semaphore iii Explain msg passing to display task from various tasks .”Embedded Systems “ TMH. student will be able to 1. state 3 instructions in data manipulation . i draw block diagram of digital camera ii explain digital camera interfacing with PC 12. K. memory .K. 2) Frank Vahid . Prasad “Embedded / Real Time Systems” Dreamtech 2) Iyer . iv Explain priority inheritance problem and its remedy iv state application of RTOS . 11. iii state difference between Hard Real time and Soft Real Time systems 7 i state difference between Bluetooth and other wireless protocols ii application of Bluetooth protocol 8 draw hardware and software architecture of ES 9 select processor .V. data transfer groups 3. Reference Books : 1) Dr. . control flow . state interrupts in ARM7 with priority 5. state difference between general purpose computer system and ES ii state application of ES in various fields.Outcomes: After completion of this course.”ARM Developers Guide”. i.K. I/O devices for intelligent Washing Machine as per the specifications. 3) Steve Heath “ EmbeddedSystem Design “ Neuwans. 3) Sloss etal . Explain smart card hardware ii Explain smart card information access 13 i state controllers used in various units in a CAR ii Explain protocol used for communication among various controllers in a CAR Text Books : 1) Raj Kamal . state Arm7 operating modes and explain how mode can be changed 4.

Test benches. Unit 5 : Circuit Design Using FPGA & CPLD ( 8 Hrs. stuck-Open and Stuck-short faults. procedures.) Basic CMOS Technology: Self aligned CMOS process.Students will be able to chalk out basic unit steps in CMOS fabrication process . Introduction. Transmission gate. TAP controller and TAP controller state diagram. controllability and absorbability. Transfer Characteristics Of CMOS Inverter. Out comes.To draw NAND. Mobility Degradation. MOS Transistor. introduction to fault coverage.To study behavior of MOS transistor in detail.Students will be able to write code for counter and register in VHDL. NOR.VHDL. stuck-at Fault Model. Body bias. Full and partial scan. Introduction to VHDL.static. Detailed analysis of CMOS Inverter with parasitics Unit 2 : Cmos Design ( 8 Hrs. Modeling in VHDL with examples such as counters.EC2024: VLSI DESIGN Prerequisites : Knowledge of Basic digital combinational and sequential circuits. sequential and concurrent statements.) Introduction. Unit 6 : Testability ( 8 Hrs. Attributes. Boundary Scan check. . . Verification of Layout Unit 4 : Introduction To Vhdl ( 6 Hrs. Scan path. study of Architecture of CPLDs and FPGAs. state machines.Students will be able to draw IV characteristics of PMOS and NMOS . Testability. DIBL. Circuits using CPL and Pass transistor logic Unit 3 : Fabrication And Layout ( 6 Hrs. . I – V Characteristics of NMOS and PMOS.) CMOS logic families . Pass Transistor Logic. Twin tub. Registers and Bidirectional bus. XOR gates using CMOS logic. JTAG technology. Packages and configurations.To study VHDL as EDA Tool . synthesizable and Non-synthesizable statements. P well.) Function. CPL. Design flow. Short Channel Effects – VT roll off.To study testability methods in VLSI Unit 1 : Mos Devices ( 6 Hrs ) Introduction to MOST.) Need of Design for testability. Structural and data flow modeling. Second order effects – CLM. N well. Layout of CMOS Inverter. . Modeling styles: Sequential.To be familiar with CMOS fabrication process . Design rules. Design-for –testability. Objectives: . dynamic including their timing analysis and power consumption. EDA Tool.

Perry. VHDL. 3. 4. Eshranghian. Principles of CMOS VLSI Design.. 2. Digital Integrated Circuits: A Design Perspective. 2. D. Rabaey. Prentice Hall India. N. 1995. McGraw Hill International.Text Books 1. 1997. Addison Wesley. Kang S. Kulwar Academec Publisher Reference Books 1. Boyce and Baker “CMOS” EEE Press. M..2000. J. Bushnell Agrawal Essentials of Electronic Testing for digital memory and mixed signal VLSI circuits. Xilinx FPGA /CPLD Data Book 3. Weste and K. 2nd Ed.J Bhaskar .CMOS Digital Integrated Circuits.TMH 3rd 2003 5. VHDL Primer Addison Wesley Longman.

IPv6. Optimization Reverse Tunneling. Handover. Digital Audio Broadcasting. TDMA. Radio Access Layer. CDMA. Location Management. Performance Issues. Reference Model. Mobile network layers 3. DHCP. Mobile TCP. Digital Video Broadcasting. Indirect TCP. Functions. Cyclic Repetition of Data. Tunneling and Encapsulation. Handover. Snooping TCP. Services. Transmission / Timeout . Infrastructure Networks. Ad-hoc Networks. Unit 3 : Mobile Network Layer ( 7 Hrs ) Mobile IP Goals. Telecommunication Systems – SDMA. Broadcast Systems – Overview. Ad-hoc Networks . Addressing Mobile Quality of Service. GSM Satellite Systems – Basics. Wireless application protocol Unit 1 : Introduction to telecommunication systems ( 7 Hrs ) Medium access control. Access Point Control Protocol. Bluetooth Wireless ATM – Working group. IP packet Delivery Agent Advertisement and Discovery.Characteristics. HIPERLAN. Assumptions and Requirements. Basic concepts of wireless communication Objectives: To study 1. Wireless standards 2.EC2034 : Mobile Computing Prerequisites :Digital Communication. Routing in mobile hosts Unit 4: Mobile Transport Layer Freezing Selective Retransmission. Registration.11 – Infrared vs Radio Transmission. Routing Localization. Entities. Transaction oriented TCP (7 Hrs ) Traditional TCP. Contents of Unit 1 Unit 2 : Wireless Standards (7 Hrs ) Wireless LAN – IEEE 802.

and apply wireless communication protocols. Application Environment . Transport Layer Security . • • Implement TCP/IP Apply GSM in wireless communication Text Books 1. 2. Addison Wesley.’Mobile Communication’ . Pearson Education. WAP-Wireless Application Protocol. Pearson Education. 2003 . Wireless Communication and Networks. Outcomes: Upon completion of this course. 2000 Reference Books 1 John Wiley.Unit 5 : Wireless Application Protocol ( 7 Hrs ) Architecture. J Schiller . 2003 3. Wireless Telephony Application Unit 6 : Application Issues Security Analysis of existing wireless network ( 7 Hrs ) Dynamic DNS File System. student will be able to • Use wireless standards. 1993. Datagram Protocol. Transaction Protocol. Session Protocol .’ Mobile Communication Design Fundamentals’. Synchronization Protocol. Context aware applications.

main components of adaptive filters . Adaptive filters as noise cancellers . Configuration of adaptive filters. Power spectra . Sample rate conversion using poly-phase filter structure . Correlation Function. Harward Architecture. Case study of TMS320C54XX or TMS320C6XXX . Estimation of spectra from finite duration observation of signals . Innovation representation of random signals . Adaptive telephone echo cancellation UNIT 4 : LINEAR PREDICTION AND OPTIMUM LINEAR FILTERS (7 HRS) Lattice structures. Special instructions. pipelining. Implementation of basic DS algorithms Decimation and Interpolation . Design of practical sampling rate conversion . Fixed and Floating point DSPs . Time averages for DT random process UNIT 2 : MULTIRATE DSP (7 HRS) Decimation. Rational power spectra. Nonparametric methods for power spectrum estimation – Bartlett & Welch method UNIT 6 : ARCHITECTURES FOR DSPs (7 HRS) Basic generic architectures. Forward and backward linear prediction . Estimation of autocorrelation and power spectrum of random signals . Wiener filter for filtering and prediction . Efficient D/A conversion in Hi-Fi System UNIT 3 : ADAPTIVE FILTERS (7 HRS) Necessity . Solution of the normal equation – Levinson – Durbin Algorithm UNIT 5 : POWER SPECTRUM ESTIMATION (7 HRS) Correlation and Correlogram. ARMA. adaptive filtering for ocular artifacts from the human EEG. Adaptive algorithms: LMS. DT domain random signals . Software implementation of sampling rate converters. MA. on-chip memory. Interpolation. AR. random signals . Introduction to SHARC. MAC .EC2044 : Advanced Digital Signal Processing Objective: • To provide inputs regarding multirate DSP • To give inputs regarding adaptive filters and its applications • To provide concepts of linear prediction • To provide estimation of power spectra • To learn basic architecture of a typical DSP processor UNIT 1 : RANDOM SIGNALS (7 HRS) Review of deterministic signals. RLS.

Pearson education 2.upon learning the course the student will be able to • • • • learn the concepts of decimation and interpolation Apply the concept of adaptive filtering Implement the principles of linear prediction Indicate the typical blocks in a DSP and explain its applications Text Books 1. Monolakis “Digital Signal Processing – Principles. TMH Simon Haykin. M Bhaskar. 2.Outcomes:. 2nd edition. E C Ifleachor and B W Jervis “Digital Signal Processing – A practical approach”. John G Proakis. Architecture. 3. Programming & Applications”. Pearson education Reference Books 1. “Digital Signal Processors. Algorithms and Applications ”. 4th edition Pearson Education . P P Vaidyanathan “Multirate systems and filter banks”. PHI B Venkatramani. “Adaptive Filter Theory”.

Small signal analysis of differential amplifier. Current source load differential amplifier. Active load Inverter. Dynamic Logic: Basic Principles. switching activity of logic gates.. Dynamic CMOS Design. Unit 2 Analog CMOS sub circuits 6 Hrs MOS Switch. Passive Components. Designing cascade current sink for a given Vmin. Cascode amplifier. Pass-Transistor Logic. Noise analysis of inverter. Inverters. MOS diode. The MOS transistor. . Design of a Bandgap voltage reference.EC2054 : CMOS Analog and Digital Design Objectives • Unit 1 To study concepts of CMOS Analog & Digital Design 6 Hrs CMOS Technology & Device Modelling The PN Junction. short circuit current in static CMOS circuits. Large Signal analysis. Noise consideration in Dynamic logic. Small signal model for the MOS transistor. Capacitor layout. Aspect ratio errors in current amplifiers. Push pull inverter. Cascading dynamic gates. Analysing Power consumption using SPICE. Complementary CMOS. Slew rate and noise. Design of a CMOS differential amplifier with a current mirror as a load. Current Sink and Sources. Unit 4 Designing Combinational Logic Gates in CMOS 8 Hrs Static CMOS Design. MOS transistor layout. Differential amplifier. Integrated Circuit layout. Glitching in static CMOS circuits. Designing the self biased high swing cascade current sink for a given Vmin. Subthreshold MOS Model. Bandgap reference. Unit 3 CMOS Amplifiers 8 Hrs CMOS Amplifiers. Calculation of the worst case input common mode range of the N channel input differential amplifier. Power consumption in CMOS gates. Performance of Dynamic Logic. Simple MOS large signal model (SPICE LEVEL 1). Current Source Inverter. Reduction of the aspect ratio error in current amplifier. Resistor layout. Computer simulation Model (SPICE LEVEL3). Calculation of charge feed through error. Current and voltage references. Current Mirrors. Matching Concepts. MOS large signal model parameters.

Dynamic two phase flip flop.Wiley-IEEE Press Reference Books:1 2 CMOS Analog Integrated Circuit Design by Allen (PHI Publications) Analog Integrated Circuit Design by Ken Martin (PHI Publications) . Design. Unit 6 Timing Issues in Digital Circuits 6 Hrs Clock skew and sequential circuit performance. Design and conduct experiments using SPICE to characterize and optimize digital integrated circuits.2004 . Noise margins) of different MOS digital integrated circuits for different design specifications. Master slave and edge triggered flip fliops. Single phase edge triggered clocking. Bistability. Two phase master slave clocking. Self timed concept. Document and communicate the design efforts effectively using written reports. Digital Integrated Circuits by Jan M Rabaey PHI Publications New Delhi110001. science. Power. CMOS static flip flops.Unit 5 Designing sequential logic circuits in CMOS 6 Hrs Static sequential circuits. Arbiters. Other clocking style. Text Books:1. students will be able to • • • • • • Apply knowledge of mathematics. Bipolar static flip flops. CMOS by RJ Baker . Verify. 2. Flip flop classification. Area. C2MOS latch. Outcome: After successfully completing the course. analysis and modeling of digital integrated circuits. Function as an effective team member in digital integrated circuits design projects. Use CAD tool in the design and verification of digital integrated circuits. and engineering in the design. Analyze and Evaluate the performance (speed. Synchronizers.

Vector Cardiography. . Central Monitoring System. Electrodes for ECG. Ultrasonic Doppler Machine. This subject will enable the students to learn the basic principles of different instruments used in medical science. Pacemakers.EC2064 : Biomedical Electronics Objectives: A large number of electronic equipments are being used in hospitals for patient care and diagnosis or carry out advanced surgeries. MRI. ECG Amplifiers. Flamephotometer. Heart Anatomy. ECG Machine. UNIT 5 : ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY ( 07 HRS ) Nervous System-Anatomy. UNIT 1 : INTRODUCTION TO BIOMEDICAL SYSTEM (06 HRS) Introduction to Biomedical System. Lasers in Medicine..Phonocardiography. Hemodialisis. EMG. Spectrophotometer. Blood Flow Measurements. EEG Amplifier. Autoanalyser. Patient Safety UNIT 4 : LABORATORY EQUIPMENTS (08 HRS) Colorimeter. Human Brain Recording of EEG Signal. Types of Electrodes. Beside Monitors. UNIT 2 : CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM (08 HRS) Basics of Cardiovascular System. Heart Sound. Motion artifacts.Vision Correction. Echocardiography. Blood Cell Counter. Defibrillators. Grounding and Shielding. Pulse Oximeter. Bio-electric Signals. Skin contact impedance. Analysis of Diseases using EEG Electromyography UNIT 6 : MEDICAL IMAGING ( 07 HRS ) Diagnostic Medical instruments such as CT Scan. UNIT 3 : ELECTROCARDIOGRAPHY (06 HRS) Electrocardiography . P. Dermatological. B. EEG. Transducers and sensors related to biomedical measurements including respiration. Heart Rate. PH/Blood Gas Analyzer. Man Machine Interface. Stress Testing System. Functioning of System.

“Biomedical Instrumentation”. • Attain the skills to operate the medical equipment used in Hospitals/ Nursing Homes/ Diagnostic centers. Cromwell.Learning Outcomes After completion of the course. Khandpur. R. Pacemaker. . Carr and Brown. “Biomedical Instrumentation and Measurement”. “Biomedical Instrumentation”. REFERENCE BOOKS 1 Webster. • Undertake research of these medical equipment. 3. S. PHI. and Defibrillators etc. TEXT BOOKS 1. 2. the candidate shall: • Learn the basic principles of different instruments used in Hospitals like ECG. “Application and Design of Medical Instruments".

Applications in decision making . ART. Modular neural networks Unit 3 : Feedback Neural Networks ( 7 Hrs) ( 7 Hrs) Adaptive networks. Learning vector quantization Principal component analysis of Hebbian Learning. Adaline and madaline. Kohonen self-organizing maps. Modular neural networks To understand Stochastic Networks & Stimulated Annealing To understand Unsupervised Learning Networks To recognize the architecture of pattern recognition To elaborate the applications of neural networks ( 7 Hrs) Unit 1 : Introduction Biological Neural Networks. Pattern mapping. Stability – Plasticity dilemma. Associative memories. Optimization. Pattern visibility: Neocognitron Unit 6 : Applications Of Neural Networks ( 7 Hrs) Pattern classification. Basic Learning Rules. Stochastic Networks & Stimulated Annealing. Models of Neuron. temporal patterns. Stability & Convergence Unit 2 : Supervised Learning Neural Networks Radial basis function networks.EC2074 : Artificial Neural Networks Objectives: • • • • • • To introduce characteristics of neural network and to know basic learning rules To learn the need and theory of adaptive networks. Adaptive Resonance Theory Unit 5 : Architectures For Pattern Recognition ( 7 Hrs) Associative memory. Applications in Image Processing. Analysis of pattern storage Networks. Single layer and multi layer perceptrons Analysis of linear auto adaptive feed forward networks. Characteristics of Neural Networks. Boltzman machine Unit 4 : Unsupervised Learning Networks ( 7 Hrs) Competitive learning.

Penram International 3.Outcomes: At the end of this course.” TMH . David M Skapura. Ranka. Prentice Hall 4. “Artificial Neural Networks”. “Neural Networks-Algorithms. Haykin. Yegnanarayana. “Introduction toMATLAB 7 for Engineers. PHI 2. students will be able to • • • • Explain characteristics of neural network and to know basic learning rules Interpret need and theory of adaptive and Modular neural networks Draw architecture of pattern recognition Explain applications of neural networks Text Books 1. Anderson. PHI 2. Applications and Programming Techniques. William J Palm III. “An introduction to Artificial Neural Networks”. “Elements of Artificial Neural Networks”. Mohan. “Neural Network a comprehensive Foundation”. B. James A Freeman.” Person Education Ref Books 1.

Knowledge representation. Introduction to neural networks. Natural Deduction Unit 3 : Knowledge Representation Using Non-Monotonic Logic ( 7 Hrs) Truth Maintenance System. ATN. A* and AO* Algorithms Unit 2 : Game Playing & Predicate Logic ( 7 Hrs) Minimax search procedure. understanding sentences Unit 6 : Expert Systems ( 7 Hrs) Utilization and functionality. Semantic. properties of internal representations Heuristic Search Techniques. Predicate and arguments. ISA Hierarchy. Secondary Search. Statistical and Probabilistic Reasoning. Implementation using goal stack. List commitment strategy Unit 5 : Neural Networks ( 7 Hrs) Learning by training neural networks. RTN. Mean and End Analysis. Waiting for Quiescence. Semantic-net Frames. Hierarchical planning. strips. Syntactic. Architecture of expert systems. Two case studies on expert systems . Natural language processing & understanding & paragmatic. Frame Notation. Best File Search. AI Applications. Conceptual Dependancy. Neural net architecture & applications.EC2084 : Artificial Intelligence Objectives: • To understand AI representations and applications • To study ISA Hierarchy • To get familiar with Statistical and Probabilistic Reasoning • To understand neural network architecture • To realize expert system using architecture and case studies Unit 1 : Introduction To Artificial Intelligence ( 7 Hrs) Definition. Predicate Calculus. Script. Qualities. Alpha-beta cut-offs. Non-linear planning using goal stacks. Unit 4 : Planning ( 7 Hrs) Block world. finite state machines. Resolution. AI representations.

Sanjay Rawika. Frew. Rajendra Akerkar. “Arificial Neural Network” 3. “Introduction to Artificial Intelligance”. Mohan. “Introduction to Artificial Intelligance”. K. Charniak. McDermott 2. “Artificial Intelligance” Reference Books 1. students will be able to • • • Explain AI representations and applications Classify ISA Hierarchy Elucidate expert system using architecture and case studies Text Books 1. Kishan Mehrotra.Outcomes: At the end of this course. Elain Rich and Kerin Knight. Eugane. Prentice Hall Publication .

Unit 1: Pf Improvement And Instrumentation • (6 HRS) Series and Parallel Operation of Power Devices. Analysis of different techniques of Power Factor Improvement (SAC. Sensing and measurement of (Sinusoidal and nonsinusoidal) Voltage and Current. Speed. Voltage Control and Harmonic Reduction in inverters. Unit 6: Power Quality • (4 HRS) Types of Power line disturbances. Unit 4: DC Motor Control • (8 HRS) LCC fed separately excited DC Motor speed control. Protection Circuit for AC/DC Motor drives. Power Factor etc. Unit 2: Converters • (8 HRS) Analysis of performance of three phases Line Commutated Converter (LCC). Unit 3: Inverters • (8 HRS) Three Phase Transistorized Voltage Source Inverter(VSI). Fourier series for analytical approach Objectives: To explain the necessity of power factor improvement & techniques To discuss use of converters & inverters for speed control of motors To explain harmonic control techniques power conversions To discuss various measurement techniques in power electronics.Techniques and comparison. Energy Audit . Basics of AC/DC Motors. Single /Three Phase Dual Converters (Ideal and Practical). Space Vector Modulation. Stepper Motor Control Unit 5: AC Motor Control • (8 HRS ) Speed Control techniques of 1ph/3ph Induction Motor (Stator Voltage. Frequency. Preventive Techniques. Basics of Power Conversion systems. V/F). Different braking techniques. PAC. Analysis of circulating type dual converter.EC2094 : ADVANCED POWER ELECTRONICS Prerequisites : Basics of Power devices. PWM Inverters.120 and 180 degree mode of operation and analysis. EAC. Sequence Control of Series Connected Converter). Sources and Measurement of power line disturbances. Effect of Source Impedance (1 ph converter).

C. John Wiley. Pearson Education. 3 edition. 1998 P. “Power Electronics”. 2004 Mohan. “Thyristor DC Drives“. New Age International. John Wiley. Bose. 2003 B. Joshi & Sinha. 3 edition.Outcomes: At the end of this course. Pearson Education.analyze power line transmission. “Modern Power Electronics & AC Drives”. Sen.build various industrial controlled AC/DC Motor drives . . Undeland & Robbins. “Power Electronics”. K.work on new control strategies for different motor drives (research projects) Text Books 1 2 3 M. Rashid. Doralda. students will be able to . “Thyristorised Power Controllers”. Tata McGraw Hill. “Power Electronics”. H. 1981 . 2002 Reference Books 1 Dubey. energy consumption (audit) etc. 1986 2 3 Singh & Khanchandani.

) system. Digitized Video Parameters. Mixing of colors. Modulation by Digital Signal. ( 06 Hrs. SECAM systems. Color perception. ) HDTV Standards and Systems. TV Channels and Bands.EC2104 : AUDIO VIDEO ENGINEERING Objectives: To study • • • • Concepts of Color Television (CTV) Transmitter and Receiver. DTH system .A. Color Characteristics. HDTV Transmitter and Receiver. PAL Decoder. Color TV camera. Chromaticity diagram. Pattern Generator. Digital TV Recording Systems and Storage. ) Unit 1 : Basics of Television Scanning process. Reception of Digital TV Signal. Transmitting Antenna. Implementation of Comparison Techniques. Public Address (P. Inter-carrier Sound System Unit 2 : TV Transmission and Reception ( 06 Hrs. Negative modulation. Simple PAL & PAL-D System. Channel Coding.) Color fundamentals. Cable Television (CATV). Color Burst. Color Bandwidth. Remote control Unit 4 : Digital Television ( 08 Hrs. LCD and Plasma Displays Unit 5 : High Definition Television ( 06 Hrs. Chroma Signal Generation. Source Multiplexing. CCIR-B standards. ) Merits of DTV. ) High Level modulated TV Transmitter . IF modulated TV Transmitter. Horizontal Blank and Sync standard. Digital Satellite Radio (DSR). Scrambling and Conditional Access. Monochrome and Color Picture Tubes. NTSC. Video on Demand. Vertical Blank and Sync standard. Receiving Yagi Antenna. Direct to Home (DTH) Receiver. PAL Encoder. Digitization of TV Signal. Block Diagram of Monochrome Receiver. Digital Video Disc (DVD) player. Source Coding : Compression of Video and Audio Signals. CTV Receiver Block Diagram. Closed Circuit Television (CCTV). Composite Video Signal. Digital TV Receiver block diagram. Wobbuloscope Unit 3 : Color TV Systems (10 Hrs. PAL. Vestigial Sideband Transmission. Working Principle of Digital Television (DTV) and High Definition Television (HDTV). Frequency Interleaving Principle.

PA System Outcomes: At the end of this course. “Audio Video Systems”. “Color TV Theory and Practice”. McGrawHill. Camcorder. R.G. “Television and Video Engineering”. system Text Books 1. Magnetic Recording. Reference Books 1. 2. Danny Briere & Pat Hurley. DSR. “Modern TV Practice”. DSR. 4. CD/DVD/MP3 Player. Technical Education. Herve Benoit.Unit 6 : Sound Recording And Reproduction ( 06 Hrs. Inc. 3. DVD Player and P.R. Methods of Sound Recording and Reproduction. 2. Gupta. ) Audio Standards – MPEG. Focal Press. Dhake. the students will be able to • • • • Describe CTV Transmitter and Receiver Distinguish between Analog and Digital Television Interpret Comparison Techniques Explain DTH. TMH. McGraw Hill. New Age International. 6. TMH Publication.. ”HDTV for Dummies”. Michael Robin & Michel Poulin“Digital Television Fundamentals”. “Basic TV and Video Systems”. R.A. 5.Gulathi. M. . S. CD Recording. A. “Digital Television”. Bali. Bernard Grobb & Charles E. P. Wiley Publishing.

PIN diode. fixed & non fixed channel assignment. modulation techniques. T junction.Mobile Communication. critical angle. Co-channel interference. Slot. Unit 2 : Optical fiber communication ( 8 Hrs ) Optical Review: Nature of light. Numerical aperture. Reflector. . Global system for mobile. system losses etc. Signal degradation in optical fiber. Acceptance angle. radar equation. Varactor diode. Lens & Micro strip Antennas. prediction.Microwave Communication. frequency channel assignment. Digital modulation Techniques Objectives: To Study Basics of . Tunnel Diode. absorption etc…) Unit 3 : Mobile Cellular Telecommunication ( 8 Hrs ) Basic Cellular System. Building blocks of optical fiber link: Frequencies used. TEDs & ATTDs Microwave Antenna: Horn. Introduction to digital technology.. joints. Phase shifters. cavity resonator. types of radar. Radar range. directional coupler.EC2114 : Advanced Communication Systems Prerequisites : Analog Communication. Unit 4 : RADAR ( 8 Hrs ) Radar Fundamentals. Magnetrons. bends. ARQ techniques. Unit 5 : Satellite Communication ( 6 Hrs ) . frequency & history. Parabolic. Satellite and RADAR Unit 1 : Microwave Techniques & Communication ( 8 Hrs ) Rectangular waveguides. Reflex klystron. frequency reusing. . Attenuators. minimum detectable signal. Ray theory. TWT. Digital Mobile Telephony. microwave components. overview of analog & digital cellular system.Optical Fiber Communication. acceptance Cone. Microwave sources: principles of operation & application of 2 cavity klystron. Digital speech. Faraday devices. Optical fiber modes & types.( Attenuation. Solid State microwave devices: MESFET. hand-off mechanism. frequency spectrum utilization.

Wayne Tomasi.l. link model satellite system parameters. Storage-Area Networks.Pearson Edition. losses & Modulation techniques for OFC Explain Basics of Mobile Communication & GSM Realize Satellite Communication & Internet Technology Text Books 1 2 3 Lio-‘ Microwave Devices & Circuits’– Tata Mc-Graw Hill. . satellite system. WilliamLee-Mobile Cellular Telecommunication.Radar System –Tata Mc-Graw Hill. Frenzel. and link budgets.Satellite orbits. Outcomes: After Completion of this course student will be able to • • • • Classify different microwave components Explain fundamentals.Electronic Communication System. Kaiser -Optical Fiber Communication.Tata Mc-Graw Hill. 3. look angles. Skolink . 2. Internet Transmission Systems. Tata Mc-Graw Hill .Tata Mc-Graw Hill. geostationary satellites. Internet Security. Unit 6 : Internet Technologies ( 4 Hrs ) Internet Applications.Electronic Communication Systems. Reference Books 1.

applications. intelligent vision. restoration homomorphism filtering Unit 6 : Applications ( 7 Hrs) Fingerprint matching. models for object recognition Unit 4 : Image Understanding ( 7 Hrs) Control strategies. medical imaging.EC2124: Machine Vision Objectives: • • • • • To recognize role of machine vision To understand point. constrained LS restoration. Hidden Markov models Unit 5 : Image Restoration ( 7 Hrs) MMSE restoration. Neighborhood operators Unit 3 : Object Reorganization ( 7 Hrs) ( 7 Hrs) Knowledge representation. relation to natural vision. Morphological operators. template matching. Reorganization as graph matching. Face reorganization. least square error restoration. feature matching. active control model. . synthetic and neural nets. motion detection. statistical pattern representations. texture matching. pattern recognition method. morphological operators To identify optimization technique and fuzzy system To understand image restoration To know various machine vision applications ( 7 Hrs) Unit 1 : Introduction Role of machine vision. basic properties of image Unit 2 : Operations on image Point operators. restoration by singular value decomposition. restoration by max a posterior estimation. point distribution models. optimization technique and fuzzy system.

2nd edition.Outcomes: At the end of this course. “Machine Vision” Ref Books 1. morphological operators To give details of optimization technique and fuzzy system To give explanation image restoration To give details of various machine vision applications Text Books 1. students will be able to • • • • • To elucidate role of machine vision To explain point. Milan Sonka.Galbiati.IEEE / Elsevier Journal Papers on Machine Vision . “Image processing analysis and machine vision” . Vaclav Hlavac. Roger Boyle. Thomson Learning 2.

Operate Microcontroller in low power mode. Write a program to implement microcontroller/microprocessor board. 8 9 Write a program to introduce timer based events for microcontroller using RTOS. Make use of I/O ports 2. I2C protocol on the available 10 Implementation of algorithm /program for the microcontroller for low power mode Outcomes: After completion of this course. 4. List of Practicals 1 2 3 Interfacing 4 × 4 matrix keyboard and writing a program to display a pressed key on the 7 segment LED Display. . 4 5 6 7. get input from keyboard and display messages on the Text LCD 3. student will be able to 1. Use of RTC 5.LED ADC etc. Interfacing ADC to the microcontroller/ microprocessor and writing an ISR to read data from the ADC and display it on the LCD/ Hyper Terminal on PC. LCD. Use of RTOS in task management and intertask communication. The Tasks may be keyboard. Interfacing 16 × 2 character display to microcontroller/ microprocessor and writing a program to display a message in various ways Interfacing 4 × 4 matrix keyboard and 16 × 2 character display to microcontroller/ microprocessor and writing a program using RTOS functions to display a pressed key. Get data from the ADC and manipulate it. Writing a program using RTOS functions to schedule 4 tasks with priority.EC7014: Embedded System Design Objectives : To perform practicals on ARM7 processor using ‘C’ language for various onchip and Off-chip peripherals with and without RTOS. 6. Interfacing RTC and PC UART to the microcontroller/ microprocessor and writing a program to display real time on the Hyper Terminal on PC. Implement a semaphore for any given task switching using RTOS on microcontroller/ microprocessor.

3.”ARM Developers Guide”. “EmbeddedSystem Design. K.”Embedded Systems “ TMH. . 2. Prasad “Embedded / Real Time Systems” Dreamtech 2.Text Books : 1. 3.V. Steve Heath “ EmbeddedSystem Design “ Neuwans. Iyer . Gupta “ EmbeddedReal systems programming “ TMH.K. Raj Kamal . Reference Books : 1. Sloss etal . Dr. Frank Vahid .K.

bit comparator D) 1. . 7. . 9 .To study behavior of MOS transistor in detail.bit Adder Simulate and implement above the same on universal kit. MOS Transistor.EC7024: VLSI DESIGN Prerequisites : Knowledge of Basic digital combinational and sequential circuits. Objectives: . 10. state machines .XOR gates using CMOS logic. To simulate CMOS Combinational logic circuit in CMOS layout editor. To write VHDL code for A) Flip-flop(s) C) 4-bit binary counter B) Shift register D) 4-bit BCD Counter 8 . To write VHDL code for FIFO (Array 8*4) Simulate and implement the same on Universal kit. 4. . To write VHDL code for RAM with chip enable. Simulate and implement the same on the kit.NOR. Simulate NMOS and PMOS characteristics . To simulate transient characteristics for CMOS combinational circuit with minimum three inputs. To write VHDL code for A) 8:1 Multiplexer B) 2:4 Decoder C) 4.To study VHDL as EDA Tool .To draw NAND. W-R functions. 5. 3 To simulate CMOS inverter in CMOS layout editor. To write VHDL code for traffic Light controller. To simulate CMOS NAND gate. 6.To implement designed circuits on CPLD or FPGA List of Practicals 1. Simulate and implement above the same on Universal kit.CMOS transfer curve 2.

Eshranghian.TMH 3rd 2003 5.. Rabaey. Principles of CMOS VLSI Design. Kang S. 3. 1995. Digital Integrated Circuits: A Design Perspective.J Bhaskar . 2. VHDL Primer Addison Wesley Longman..CMOS Digital Integrated Circuits. 1997. Weste and K. Bushnell Agrawal Essentials of Electronic Testing for digital memory and mixed signal VLSI circuits. VHDL.2000. Students will be able to write code for counter and register in VHDL. J. D. Perry. M. Students will be able To implement designed circuits on CPLD or FPGA Text Books 1. Kulwar Academec Publisher Reference Books 1. Addison Wesley. 2. N. 4. 2nd Ed. Xilinx FPGA /CPLD Data Book 3.Outcomes: • • • Students will be able to draw IV characteristics of PMOS and NMOS. McGraw Hill International. Boyce and Baker “CMOS” EEE Press. Prentice Hall India.

8. 1993. 6. 9.EC7034: Mobile Computing Objectives: To study • Mobile network layers • Wireless application protocol • Mobile transport layers List of Practicals 1. 2003 . Connectivity of different clients to DHCP server and allocation of dynamic IP addresses Implementation of Encryption and Decryption algorithms Study of Bluetooth communication Study of different sections of wireless telephony (cordless) Implementation of selective retransmission technique Study and implementation of wireless application protocol 7. 5. 3. J Schiller. 11. 4. Pearson Education. Wireless Communication and Networks. Addison Wesley. John Wiley.’ Mobile Communication Design Fundamentals’. Pearson Education. Configure given server as DHCP server b. Mobile Communication. Study of GSM system Performance analysis of CDMA system in MATLAB Implementation of code for cyclic repletion of data using ‘C’ Study of different wireless standards Implementation of TCP/IP using ‘C’ / Linux Study of DHCP a. 2000 Reference Books 1 2. 10. 2003 WAP-Wireless Application Protocol. 3.decryption algorithms TCP/IP Text Books 1. Outcomes: Upon completion of this course student will be able to implement • • • • wireless application protocol selective transmission technique encryption . 2.

Implementation of lattice structure 4. Introduction to TMS 320C6713 DSP processor 13. Program to convert direct form coefficients to lattice form 5.EC7044: Advanced Digital Signal Processing Objective: • To provide inputs regarding multirate DSP • To give inputs regarding adaptive filters and its applications • To provide concepts of linear prediction • To provide estimation of power spectra • To learn basic applications of a typical DSP processor in filtering List of Experiments 1. Implementation of FIR filter using forward prediction method 9. Implementation of FIR filter using DSP Processor Outcomes:. Implementation of convolution using DSP Processor 14. Power spectrum estimation 12. Program to convert Lattice form coefficients to direct form 6. Implementation of FIR filter using Backward prediction method 8. Implementation of Interpolation 11. Implementation of Decimation 10. Implementation of IIR filter using DSP Processor 15. Random signal Generator 2.Upon learning the course the student will be able to • • • • learn the concepts of decimation and interpolation Apply the concept of adaptive filtering Implement the principles of linear prediction Indicate the typical blocks in a DSP and explain its applications Programs should be implemented in C / MATLAB or CCS . Implementation of LMS algorithm 3. Implementation of Levinson-Durbin algorithm 7.

Text Books 1. Ingle, Proakis , Digital Signal Processing using MATLAB’ , Brooks/coleman , 2000 2. E C Ifleachor and B W Jervis “Digital Signal Processing – A practical approach”, 2nd edition, Pearson education 3. John G Proakis, Monolakis “Digital Signal Processing – Principles, Algorithms and Applications ”, Pearson education Reference Books : 1. P P Vaidyanathan “Multirate systems and filter banks”, PHI 2. B Venkatramani, M Bhaskar, “Digital Signal Processors, Architecture, Programming & Applications”, TMH 3 Simon Haykin, “Adaptive Filter Theory”, 4th edition Pearson Education

EC7054: CMOS Analog and Digital Design
Objectives • To study concepts of CMOS Analog & Digital Design List of Practicals 1) Simulate NMOS and PMOS characteristics using SPICE3 or Cadence Analog Design Environment with spectre simulator or HSPICE. 2) Simulate the I-V characteristics of an N-Channel transistor operating as a switch. 3) Simulate current mirror. 4) Simulate Wilson current mirror 5) Simulate the active load inverter 6) Simulate CMOS differential amplifier 7) Simulate static CMOS NAND and NOR gates 8) Simulate Pseudo NMOS four input NAND gate. 9) Simulate CMOS SR FLIP FLOP 10) SIMULATE C2MOS Latch Outcome: After successfully completing the course, students will be able to • • • • • • Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering in the design, analysis and modeling of digital integrated circuits. Design and conduct experiments using SPICE to characterize and optimize digital integrated circuits. Design, Verify, Analyze and Evaluate the performance (speed, Power, Area, Noise margins) of different MOS digital integrated circuits for different design specifications. Use CAD tool in the design and verification of digital integrated circuits. Function as an effective team member in digital integrated circuits design projects. Document and communicate the design efforts effectively using written reports.

Text Books:1. Digital Integrated Circuits by Jan M Rabaey PHI Publications New Delhi110001. 2. CMOS by RJ Baker - 2004 - Wiley-IEEE Press Reference Books:1 2 CMOS Analog Integrated Circuit Design by Allen (PHI Publications) Analog Integrated Circuit Design by Ken Martin (PHI Publications)

EC7064: Biomedical Electronics
Objectives: This will enable the students to learn • Basic principles and working of ECG, Defibrillators, Pacemakers, BP Machine with their specifications. • How these instruments are operated on patients after the visit to hospital List of Practicals 1. To study and check specifications of an ECG Recorder. 2. To Design and implement QRS Detector 3. To measure Blood Pressure using Sphygmomanometer, 4. Study of Pacemaker, 5. Study of defibrillators 6. To design a Clinical Thermometer. 7. To implement Heart rate Meter. 8. Study of EEG/EMG Machine. 9. Study of Bedside Monitor (Mediscope) 10. Study of Dialysis System. 11. Study of Clinical Lab Instrumentation.(Spectrophotometer/Colorimeter) 12. Study of Laser Treatments in Medicines. 13. Visit to Hospital. Outcomes: After completion of this course students will be able to • • • • • Operate ECG Machine and analysis of Electrocardiogram Operate Defibrillator Design of QRS Detector and Heart rate meter Measurement of B.P. and design of automatic B.P. Machine Operate ICU related biomedical equipments

Text Books 1. Cromwell, “Biomedical Instrumentation and Measurement”, PHI. 2. Carr and Brown, “Biomedical Instrumentation”. Reference Books 1. R. S. Khandpur, “Biomedical Instrumentation”. 2. Webster, “Application and Design of Medical Instruments".

EC7074 : Artificial Neural Networks
Objectives: • • • • • To introduce characteristics of neural network and to know basic learning rules To learn the need and theory of adaptive networks, Modular neural networks To understand Stochastic Networks & Stimulated Annealing To recognize the architecture of pattern recognition To elaborate the applications of neural networks List of Practicals 1. Design and implement artificial neural network to compute XOR for the two inputs using feedback artificial neural network 2. Simulate Adaline Algorithm 3. Implement back propagation simulator 4. Implement ART1 Simulator 5. Mini-Project : Simulate a complete neural network architecture for any pattern recognition application (group activity) Outcomes: At the end of this course, students will be able to • • • • Explain characteristics of neural network and to know basic learning rules Interpret need and theory of adaptive and Modular neural networks Explain architecture of pattern recognition Simulate applications of neural networks

Implement A* algorithm to solve the problem of 8-puzzle (consider any initial state and final state) 3. Implement the game ‘Tic-Tac-Toe’ by using intelligent algorithm ( or magic square method ) 2. Implement the prolog for Family history management 8.EC7084 : Artificial Intelligence Objectives: • • • • • To understand AI representations and applications To study ISA Hierarchy To get familiar with Statistical and Probabilistic Reasoning To understand neural network architecture To realize expert system using architecture and case studies List of Practicals 1. Roberts. Implement the game using 8 tile puzzle using Bredth first search technique 6. Implement the authentication program 9. Elain Rich and Kerin Knight. Implement the expert system (Mini project : Group task) Outcomes: At the end of this course. “Artificial Intelligance” . 7. Implement the program for graphics (Individual) 10. “Artificial Intelligance” 2. Implement the game using 8 tile puzzle using depth first search technique 5. students will be able to • • • Explain AI representations and applications Classify ISA Hierarchy Elucidate expert system using architecture and case studies Text Books 1. Shoe the working of A0 algorithm 4. Implementation of simple neural network architecture for any pattern recognition application.

List of Practicals 1. “Modern Power Electronics and AC Drives”.Rashid. 2004 2. 2.Bose. 6.Sen. Dubey. 3e. Joshi & Sinha “Thyristorised Power Controllers”. 2. “Power Electronics”. 3.C. students will be able to • build different power conversion(Rectifier/ Inverter) systems • operate various industrial controlled AC/DC Motor drives • use of simulation software for analysis of power systems. “Thyristor DC Drives”. 7. “Power Electronics”. Doralda . 8. Tata McGraw Hill. Study of Stator Voltage Control of IM Drive Power factor improvement techniques(SAC or EAC or PWM) Study of VVVF 3 Φ IM Drive.K. 1981 4 B. 2003 Reference Books 1. M. Text Books 1. P. Study of Chopper fed DC Drive. Simulation of 3 phase VSI(180º or 120º). 5. Outcomes: At the end of this course. 1986. New Age International.H. Undeland & Robbins. 4. Pearson Education. Mohan. John Wiley. 2002 EC7104: AUDIO VIDEO ENGINEERING Objectives: . 1998 3. Study of 3 Φ VSI (180º or 120º). Pearson Education.EC7094: Advanced Power Electronics Objectives: • To verify theoretically designed power converter systems for different types of loads • To gain hands on experience on different AC / DC motor drives & it’s protection Systems • Use of simulation software for analysis of power systems. John Wiley. “Power Electronics”. Sensing and Protection circuits for AC and DC Drives Simulation of 3 phase LCC(HCB or FCB or dual Converter). 3e. Singh & Khanchandani.

3. 2. 6. 10. Text Books 1. Study of CD/DVD/MP3 Player. 5. DTH. 5. 4. Study of High Definition TV. R. DVD player and DSR block schematics LIST OF PRACTICALS 1. New Age International.Gulathi. Focal Press. Study of Pattern Generator. • Describe Commercial setup of TV Transmitter and Studio.. 2. HDTV. R. 4. 9. “Digital Television”. Gupta. “Modern TV Practice”. Study of Digital Satellite Radio. S. Wobbuloscope which can be used for Color TV servicing To study different sections in Color TV receiver To study TV transmitter. “Audio Video Systems”.R. 12. 3. Inc. Simulation of Video Compressing Technique. HDTV. DTV. Study of Digital TV. Voltage and Waveform Analysis for Color TV. M. McGrawHill. voltages and faults in Color TV Receiver. P. TMH. Reference Books EC7114 : Advanced Communication Systems Objectives: To Study Basics of . Wiley Publishing. Bernard Grobb & Charles E. “Television and Video Engineering”. Bali. McGraw Hill. Study of Direct to Home system. Tracking of Block schematic for Color TV. Michael Robin & Michel Poulin“Digital Television Fundamentals”. • Explain the function of different blocks of DTH. 11. ”HDTV for Dummies”. DTV. Danny Briere & Pat Hurley. 1. Herve Benoit.G. 6. TMH Publication. 8. Study of Wobbuloscope.To Study • • • Equipment like Pattern Generator. and DSR. 2. 7. “Basic TV and Video Systems”. Outcomes: Students will be able to • Explain different amplifier’s frequency response of Color TV. Technical Education. Visit to TV Transmitter. Dhake. • Identify important waveforms. DVD player. Sinhgad Visit to Doordharshan Studio. “Color TV Theory and Practice”. A.

To study Satellite Receiver System 3.Tata Mc-Graw Hill. Study of Characteristics of Reflex Klystron.Tata Mc-Graw Hill. Optical Fiber Communication.Electronic Communication System.l. WilliamLee-Mobile Cellular Telecommunication. 9. Study of Gun Diode Characteristics. Mobile Communication. Tata Mc-Graw Hill EC7124: Machine Vision .- Microwave Communication. Study of Eye Pattern for Digital Optical Link. Study of CDMA Trainer. 2. Setting of Analog & Digital link using Fiber Optic 8. 2. Skolink .Pearson Edition.Electronic Communication Systems. 1. . Kaiser -Optical Fiber Communication.Radar System –Tata Mc-Graw Hill. 3. 6. Study of Port Parameters for Microwave components. Satellite and RADAR List of Practicals To study GPS Trainer Kit. 2. Reference Books 1. Text Books 1. 3. 4. Frenzel. 7. Study of GSM Trainer Kit 5. Study of Optical Time Domain Reflectometer 10. Wayne Tomasi. Outcomes: After Completion of this course students will be able to • • • • Measure Port Parameters for Microwave components Draw & explain the block diagram GPS & GSM System Explain Digital & Analog Links in OFC Explain OTDR. 11. Lio-‘ Microwave Devices & Circuits’– Tata Mc-Graw Hill. Study of Mobile Communication Receiver Trainer.

Galbiati. morphological operators To identify optimization technique and fuzzy system To understand image restoration To know various machine vision applications List of Practicals: 1. Roger Boyle.Objectives: • • • • • To recognize role of machine vision To understand point. “Image processing analysis and machine vision” . Simulation of morphological operators 3. morphological operators in various applications To give details of optimization technique and fuzzy system To give explanation image restoration To simulate HMM model Text Books 1. Study of various file formats 2. IEEE / Elsevier Journal Papers on Machine Vision EC7134: Project . students will be able to • • • • • To elucidate role of machine vision To make use of point. Simulation of HMM model 5. Mini-Project : (group activity) Outcomes: At the end of this course. “Machine Vision” Ref Books 1. Vaclav Hlavac. 2nd edition. Thomson Learning 2. Comparison of Template matching and feature matching 4. Milan Sonka.

. 7. A certified copy of project work carried out in the first semester is required to be presented to internal guide at the time of evaluation. 6. Final project report must be submitted in the prescribed format only. . duly signed by internal and external guides. problems faced. • To apply and enhance the knowledge acquired in the related field. It should have entries related to the work done. 3. etc. Group should maintain a logbook of activities in a year. 2. 5. Outcomes: Upon completion of this course student will be able to : • Apply various aspects of the curriculum which support students’ increasing mastery of Competencies in technicality. the coordinating committee should be convinced about such complexity and scope of the work Topic of the project work should be in the field of Electronics and Telecommunication related to real life application OR investigation of the latest development OR Microcontroller based application OR Software development project with the justification for techniques used/implemented. Optimum group size is three students. if project complexity demands a maximum group size of four students. The project work will be carried by a group of students. Guidelines: 1. solutions evolved.Objectives: • To select and work on real life application in the field of Electronics and Telecommunication. No variation in the format will be accepted. 4. One guide will be assigned maximum three project groups. However. Project work during first semester. Interdisciplinary projects should be taken up only with the justification for techniques used and the coordinating committee should be convinced about such complexity and scope of the work The abstract of the project should be submitted before the evaluation of. • To support students’ learning and engagement with principles of undergraduate education.

report. reference books and other technical literature. The selection of the topic should be based on references from magazines. transactions.EC7144 : Technical Seminar • • • • A seminar based on relevant disciplinary or inter disciplinary topic is to be presented by every candidate during the semester. The presentation. The approval of the Department Head/ Coordinator prior to commencement of work and presentation is essential. The student is expected to produce a report based on the work carried out. work done during the term supported by the documentation forms the basis of assessment .

reliability & quality. Ergonomic & aesthetic design considerations. transaction flow. assessment of reliability. Unit 3 : Noise (7 Hrs) Noise & Interference. Unit 5 : Software Modeling (7 Hrs) Object oriented design. Enclosure design Unit 2 : Hardware Modeling (7 Hrs) Modeling of switching power device. reliability expression. availability. Design process considerations. concepts of failure analysis. repairable & non-repairable systems. . noise consideration while modeling. MTTR etc. abstractions. small signal amplifier. industrial & military standards. ESD concepts. fail safe & redundancy techniques. ground loops. Considerations. EMI. transform flow. gates. Environmental constraints. definition & related terms like MTBF. grounding & shielding techniques. fundamental. Entity relationship diagram. charging-discharging constraints. System specifications. digital device. • Modeling – Hardware & software • Integration of hardware & software Unit 1 : Analysis Of Electronics System (7 Hrs) Product development stages & constraints. Thermal management. voltage swing analysis. analog device. Unit 4 : Reliability (7 Hrs) Introduction. Design rules for analog & digital PCBs. timing issues in hardware circuits. sampling. Design information flow. Commercial. bath tub curve. control flow diagram. noise reduction & interference eliminating methods. System reliability improvement. data flow diagram. refinement modularity. Study of technocommercial feasibility of specifications. software design methodology. current swings.EC2134: Electronics System Design & Modeling Objectives : To understand • Important considerations in developing a particular electronic product. Functional requirements. EMC. maintainability.

Software Engineering:. Outcome: Students will be able to 1. Henry Ott . McGraw Hill 3. Pressman.UNIT 6 : Software – Hardware Integration (7 Hrs) Verification techniques. testing at block diagram level. circuit level. PCB designing issues & constraints. Electronics Engineers Reference Book. selection of components. analyze & test it. Wiley 2. Reliability Engineering: 3. Roger S. Have a complete knowledge of designing mixed circuits. Text Books: 1. Kim Fowler. analyze & test it. Design digital circuit. cost estimation. Case studies.Noise reduction techniques in electronics circuits:. Butterworth Publication . ICs. Oxford Reference Books: 1.F. Design analog circuit. E F. PCB layout. E.Mazda . Hill . 3. Paul Horowitz. 2. The Art of Electronics:. operating instructions. Cambridge 2. Balguruswamy . Electronics Instrument Design.

Switching Technologies: circuit switching.) Relaibility and Unit 5 : Telecommunication Network Planning (7 Hrs. . Network protection mechanisms.) Telecom network operation and maintenance. Objectives: To study • The existing telecommunication networks • Broadband Technologies • ISDN • SS7 Protocol • Optical Networks • Quality issues and Network management Unit 1 : Introduction To Telecommunication Networks (7 Hrs. Unit 4 : Quality Of Service And Reliability Telecommunication Networks Delay.) ISDN Overview. Tariff planning. Digital Communication. standards. configuration management. Optical packet switching/ Routing. Routing for Circuit switched Networks. DWDM Networks: Introduction.) Introduction. ISDN User part. Throughput/ Bandwidth. Leased Lines. ISDN Interfaces and functions. Internetworking Signaling System Number7(SS7): SS7 Architecture. Unit 2 : Integrated Services Digital Networks (ISDN) (7 Hrs.) Introduction to Telecommunication Networks. Principles of telecommunication network planning.Cable Modems. Network level. Principles of optical networks. Optical interface layers. Cell Relay. Principles. Signaling at datalink level. Unit 6 : Telecommunication Network Management (7 Hrs. Protocol architecture. Broad Band Access Technologies: DSL.) Introduction . Optical network components. Jitter. cross talk/interference. and signaling at connection control part. Standards. ADSL. Issues In (7 Hrs. traffic planning. WLL. survivability issues. Traffic management. Fault management .Frame Relay.packet switching. Multirate circuit switching. concepts of multiplexing and synchronization. management of transport network. congestion control planning.EC2144 : Telecommunication Networks And Management Prerequisites : Analog Communication. Unit 3 : Optical Networks (7 Hrs. Optical and Wireless. architecture. Fundamentals of Fiber optics. link level.

‘Optical Networking and WDM’.Outcomes: After completion of this course the students will be able to • Understand Switching Technologies used in Telecommunications • Configure broad band devices and Use broadband technologies • Install and Use Fiber optics networks • Plan and manage the Telecommunication Networks Text Books 1. PHI Network . TMH 2 Lakshmi Raman. IEEE press. ‘Fundamentals of Telecommunication Management’. Prentice Hall . Reference Books 1 W. Gorlaski. ‘ISDN and Broadband ISDN with Frame Relay and ATM’. William Stallings.

adjacency and distance measures. opening & closing operations. region based segmentation. Study of IEEE reference papers covering basic ideas of Transforms and their applications . edge linking and boundary detection. Image sampling & Quantization. use of watersheds. image representation. histogram processing. boundary descriptors & regional descriptors Unit 5 : Image Transforms & compression ( 10 Hrs ) Coding. pseudo colour image processing Unit 2 : Image Enhancement (6 Hrs ) Basic grey level transformations. multi resolution expansions. Fast Walsh Transform. thickening. Morphological applications. Walsh Hadamard Transform. dilation & erosion. 2-D Discrete Fourier Transform.chain codes. interpixel and image redundancy. thresholding. skeletons.EC2154 : Image Processing Objectives: • • • • • • To familiarize the student with the basic concepts about image. enhancement using arithmetic and logic operators. co lour fundamentals. basic morphological operations such as region filling. pruning for binary and gray scale images. Magnetic Resonance Imaging analysis using transforms. colour models. sub band coding Haar Transform – it’s application as a Wavelet. Introduction to Radon Transform Unit 6 : Image Processing Applications ( 6 Hrs ) Applications of transforms in fingerprinting. its formation. thinning. spatial filtering – smoothing and sharpening filters. Introduction to Gabor Transform. Fast Wavelet Transform. human visual system and it’s limitations To understand various image enhancement approaches To apply the basic morphology principles To understand image segmentation To learn basic ideas of image compression To prepare the background for student to apply principles learnt to practical cases Unit 1 : Digital Image Fundamentals (4 Hrs ) Elements of visual perception. 1-D Wavelet Transform. Medical applications such as tumour detection. Unit 4 : Image Segmentation ( 8 Hrs ) Detection of discontinuities. Smoothing and sharpening frequency domain filters Unit 3 : Morphological Image Processing (6 Hrs ) Neighbourhood concepts. Discrete Cosine Transform – its application in Baseline JPEG .

Milan Sonka ‘Image Processing .K.. PHI. Gonzalez. . ‘ Digital Image Processing’. 2nd edition 2. the student will be able to • Comment about color models. Reference Books:1. Woods. ‘Digital Image Processing’ – PHI . 1997 .K. Jain A. ‘ Fundamentals of Digital Image Processing’. Pratt W. 2001 2. Analysis & Machine Vision’ Thomson Publication.Outcomes: Upon completion of the course. human visual systems • • • • Apply a suitable enhancement logic to an image Use morphological operator set for an application Apply segmentation algorithm such as watershed in requires cases Learn and apply image transforms Text Books: 1. John Wiley.

EC2164 : VLSI System Design Objectives: • • • • • Contents: Unit 1: Decomposition of a system into data and control paths (a) Mealy/Moore state machines (b) register-transfer-level descriptions (c) Implementation using a single clock positive-edge-triggered paradigm Unit 2 : Decomposition of the control path (a) additive decomposition. To study Decomposition of a System into simpler subsystems: mechanisms and algorithms for breaking a system into simpler interconnected components. To learn Transmission of information between components of a system: the problem of interconnect design for reliable and fast communication in a system. To study Memory sub-systems in System Design: different memory technologies. decomposition and assembly. (b) Communication between sub-systems (c) Queuing models of systems and performance modeling (d) Deadlock revisited Unit 4 : Memory Sub-systems (a) Memory architecture (b) Shared memory data hazards and consistency. state machine re-use (b) multiplicative decomposition. mutual exclusion ( 6 Hrs ) ( 7 Hrs ) ( 5 Hrs ) ( 8 Hrs ) The aim of the course is to provide a clear understanding of the concepts that support two dominant themes in system design viz. control deadlocks Unit 3 : Parallelism and system decomposition (a) Pipelines: control-flow and data-flow pipelines. control synchronization. organizations and architecture that have been used in System Design. To study Interconnection Networks in Systems .

Cambridge University Press. 1997 Reference Books 1. W. Narosa.Unit 5 : Interconnect Issues (a) signal interconnect models: lumped. J. H. J. W. J. Digital Integrated Circuits. 1996 . distributed. A Design Perspective Prentice-Hall India. New Delhi. M. Poulton. Digital Systems Engineering. Dally. Rabaey. Cragon. Memory Systems and Pipelined Processors. G. 1998 2. transmission-line (b) Delay and crosstalk (c) Signaling (d) Power and clock distribution Unit 6 : Important Alternative Paradigms (a) level-triggered circuits (b) Asynchronous systems Outcome: At the end of this course. students will be able to • • • Decompose a simple digital system into simpler subsystems Identify the data path and control path Identify the type of deadlock ( 8 Hrs ) ( 6Hrs ) Text Books 1.

Basic building blocks : Review of sensors.automation systems in industries. students will be able to • design & build industrial automation systems • apply automation tools • do work study of any industry environment. computers and industrial control. Field Bus Instrumentation etc. Data base automation.EC2174: Electronic Automation Objectives: To understand . Pneumatic. (8 HRS) Unit IV : Automation I – Process And Industrial ( 8 HRS) Power plant automation. signal conditioning. SCADA. . Fault finding instruments. Automation in defense. Manufacturing automation. Fault Finding (6 HRS) System Failure.Health and safety.Components of automation systems . offices etc. control communication. Home automation. Outcomes: At the end of this course. Maintenance philosophies. Hydraulic and electronic controllers.automation tools Unit I : Elements Of Automation History. Need of automation. Maintenance. Building automation. Safety. sensors in industrial and process automation. (8 HRS) Unit VI : Safety. etc. DCS. The six pack etc. PLC. (4 HRS) Unit II : Process Instrumentation (8 HRS) Control system fundamentals. Industrial control network. Environmental effects. Cybernetics. Process variables. actuators. control valves. Robotics. Unit V : Automation II – Case Studies Office automation. Unit II : Automation Tools HMI . design automation & apply safety measures . control elements. buildings. Legislations.

IEEE Transactions on Automation Science and Engg. Andrew Parr -Industrial Control Handbook Reference Books: 1. D.Considine -Process/Industrial instruments and control Handbook 2. .Transducers for automation 2.M.Text Books 1. Horn-Home remote control and automation 3. Hordeski M-.

2. 6. DC analysis. temperature effects) Case study. Lab view Handle C MultiSim Esterel . 4. Modeling of hardware circuit : Analog circuit. observations & conclusions Comment: all modeling practicals will be conducted in Lab view or any other similar simulation software. • Modeling – Hardware & software • Integration of hardware & software List of Practicals: Part A. System design. 2. 8. 2. Analysis of its constraints. analyze & test it. 7. 4. Part B 5. 3. Design analog circuit. Monte Carlo Analysis etc) Modeling of hardware circuit :Digital circuit. 3. Analysis of assembled circuit. Design digital circuit. 3. Analysis of Digital circuit Assembling of the circuit & its testing Analysis of assembled circuit. (AC analysis. (EMI / EMC. 1. Monte Carlo Analysis etc) Environmental testing of a circuit. Part C 9. DC analysis. Outcome: Students will be able to 1. Have a complete knowledge of designing mixed circuits. analyze & test it. Software Requirements: 1.EC7154: Electronics System Design & Modeling Objectives : To understand • Important considerations in developing a particular electronic product. (AC analysis. Analysis of Analog circuit Assembling of the circuit & its testing. 10.

Wiley 2. Electronics Instrument Design. Henry Ott . Software Engineering:. Butterworth Publication . Hill . Electronics Engineers Reference Book.F. Oxford Reference Books: 1. Roger S. Reliability Engineering: 3. Balguruswamy . McGraw Hill 3. E. E F. Kim Fowler. The Art of Electronics:. Pressman.Text Books: 1.Noise reduction techniques in electronics circuits:. Cambridge 2.Mazda . Paul Horowitz.

To configure the cable modem and establish high speed internet communication using Cable modem 3. To study the traffic management and implement congestion control algorithms . PHI . 2. To study analyse telecommunication network performance. 9. To study the SS7 protocol and implement routing algorithms. ‘Optical Networking and WDM’. Outcomes: After completion of the above course students will be able to: Configure various Telecommunication devices and establish communication Configuration of various Broad Band devices to have high speed data access Implementation of Optical Networks References: 1.EC7164: Telecommunication Networks And Management Prerequisites : Knowledge of Computer networking. 2. Prentice Hall . To implement peer to peer networking using Fiber optic Networking 7. Establishing Broad Band connectivity between two or more computers using ADSL Router. Fiber Optics Objectives: Configuration of various Telecommunication devices Configuration of various Broad Band devices Implementation of Optical Networks List of Practicals 1. ‘Fundamentals of Telecommunication Network Management’. William Stallings. To establish point to point and point to multi point connections in ISDN. Lakshmi Raman. ‘ISDN and Broadband ISDN with Frame Relay and ATM’. 6. To implement video conferencing between computers Using ISDN emulated lines. TMH 3. IEEE press. To implement Client /Server Network using fiber optic networking. 10. To establish high speed data transfer between computers using ISDN connection 4. Gorlaski. 8. 5. W. Broad band Technologies.

DCT/IDCT computation 13. sharpening 6. 4 bit. Conversion of 24 bit color image to 8 bit . Edge detection – use of Sobel. Morphological operations on Gray scale images 9. Image smoothing . stretching 5.EC7174: Image Processing Objectives: • • • • To familiarize the student with the basic concepts about image file formats To understand various image enhancement approaches To apply the basic morphology principles To understand image segmentation List of Practicals 1. Chain coding 11. 1 bit image 3. Morphological operations on binary images 8. Histogram mapping & equalisation. the student will be able to • Apply a suitable enhancement logic to an image • • • Use morphological operator set for an application Apply boundary searching algorithms Learn and apply image transforms Comments : . Prewitt and Roberts operators 7. power Law correction 4. Study of BMP file format 2. Transform application assignment. Pseudo coloring 10. Image statistics 12. Outcomes: Upon completion of the course. Image negation.

PHI. 1997 Thomson . Woods.K. Jain A. John Wiley. 2001 2. ‘ Fundamentals of Digital Image Processing’.K. Analysis & Machine Vision’ Publication. Milan Sonka ‘Image Processing .C / C++ and MATLAB may be used for the Practical Text Books: 1.. ‘ Digital Image Processing’. ‘Digital Image Processing’ – PHI . Gonzalez. Reference Books:1. . Pratt W. 2nd edition 2.

ISBN No 0130224049 . 4. Deal . Prentice Hall publication – 2001. Introduction to semiconductor fabrication . Design sequential binary multiplier 6. Design a synchronizer circuit when the width of the asynchronous input pulse is greater than the period of the clock 9. Design Pipelined adder 3. Design carry look ahead adder 8. Text Books 1.EC7184: VLSI System Design Objectives: • • • • • To decompose a System into simpler subsystems To find out data and control path To assemble the decomposed system To design and implement a dual port memory To simulate a wire List of Practicals 1. Design a synchronizer circuit when the width of the asynchronous input pulse is less than the period of the clock 10. Design right shift only barrel shifter. Design UART transmitter ASM chart Outcome: Students will be able to generate and characterize a MOS device in specific technology. Design sequence recognizer for detecting three successive 1s using Moore Machine 2. 5. Design FIFO. Griffin . Design SRAM with controller 7. Plummer.

However. Group should maintain a logbook of activities in a year. 2. . • To apply and enhance the knowledge acquired in the related field. duly signed by internal and external guides.EC7134: Project Objectives: • To select and work on real life application in the field of Electronics and Telecommunication. No variation in the format will be accepted. Outcomes: Upon completion of this course student will be able to : • Apply various aspects of the curriculum which support students’ increasing mastery of Competencies in technicality. • To support students’ learning and engagement with principles of undergraduate education. 3. problems faced. It should have entries related to the work done. if project complexity demands a maximum group size of four students. 5. the coordinating committee should be convinced about such complexity and scope of the work Topic of the project work should be in the field of Electronics and Telecommunication related to real life application OR investigation of the latest development OR Microcontroller based application OR Software development project with the justification for techniques used/implemented. One guide will be assigned maximum three project groups. Final project report must be submitted in the prescribed format only. 4. etc. Guidelines: 1. A certified copy of project work carried out in the first semester is required to be presented to internal guide at the time of evaluation. Project work during first semester. 7. 6. The project work will be carried by a group of students. Interdisciplinary projects should be taken up only with the justification for techniques used and the coordinating committee should be convinced about such complexity and scope of the work The abstract of the project should be submitted before the evaluation of.. Optimum group size is three students. solutions evolved.

Individual contributions. 3. The examination is conducted by two examiners.EC7194: Project . student will be able to: • Present any of his / her innovative ideas to outside world. and presentation. Outcomes: After completion of this course. The examiners appointed for seminar must have minimum 5 years of experience with UG qualification and 3 years with PG qualification. the student will have to give the presentation. • presentation skill Guidelines: 1. which is based on the work carried out in a year. Seminar assessment is based on Innovative Idea.Seminar Objectives: To evaluate student on the basis of • His / her performance in carrying out the project work. 2. Applications. . It consists of Literature Survey and detailed project work. and the grade given by the internal guide. Seminar is based on the project work. At the time of examination. Depth of understanding.

Elective 2 : Interdisciplinary Elective ( for Computer / Instrumentation / Information Technology ) .

Wiener filter for filtering and prediction . Adaptive algorithms: LMS. Solution of the normal equation – Levinson – Durbin Algorithm UNIT 5 : POWER SPECTRUM ESTIMATION (7 HRS) Correlation and Correlogram. Case study of TMS320C54XX or TMS320C6XXX . on-chip memory. Estimation of autocorrelation and power spectrum of random signals . Nonparametric methods for power spectrum estimation – Bartlett & Welch method UNIT 6 : ARCHITECTURES FOR DSPs (7 HRS) Basic generic architectures.EC 2184 : Advanced Digital Signal Processing Objective: • To provide inputs regarding multirate DSP • To give inputs regarding adaptive filters and its applications • To provide concepts of linear prediction • To provide estimation of power spectra • To learn basic architecture of a typical DSP processor UNIT 1 : RANDOM SIGNALS (7 HRS) Review of deterministic signals. Introduction to SHARC. AR. Estimation of spectra from finite duration observation of signals . Adaptive telephone echo cancellation UNIT 4 : LINEAR PREDICTION AND OPTIMUM LINEAR FILTERS (7 HRS) Lattice structures. Power spectra . Time averages for DT random process UNIT 2 : MULTIRATE DSP (7 HRS) Decimation. Configuration of adaptive filters. Correlation Function. Innovation representation of random signals . Interpolation. Adaptive filters as noise cancellers . adaptive filtering for ocular artifacts from the human EEG. DT domain random signals . pipelining. Implementation of basic DS algorithms Decimation and Interpolation . MA. Special instructions. Rational power spectra. Sample rate conversion using poly-phase filter structure . MAC . Design of practical sampling rate conversion . Harward Architecture. Efficient D/A conversion in Hi-Fi System UNIT 3 : ADAPTIVE FILTERS (7 HRS) Necessity . Forward and backward linear prediction . RLS. main components of adaptive filters . Software implementation of sampling rate converters. random signals . ARMA. Fixed and Floating point DSPs .

Pearson education John G Proakis. “Digital Signal Processors. TMH 3. Monolakis “Digital Signal Processing – Principles. M Bhaskar.upon learning the course the student will be able to • • • • learn the concepts of decimation and interpolation Apply the concept of adaptive filtering Implement the principles of linear prediction Indicate the typical blocks in a DSP and explain its applications Text Books E C Ifleachor and B W Jervis “Digital Signal Processing – A practical approach”. Programming & Applications”. “Adaptive Filter Theory”. PHI 2. Simon Haykin. B Venkatramani. P P Vaidyanathan “Multirate systems and filter banks”. 4th edition Pearson Education . Pearson education Reference Books : 1. Architecture.Outcomes:. 2 nd edition. Algorithms and Applications ”.

Magnetic Resonance Imaging analysis using transforms.EC 2194 : Image Processing Objectives: • • • • • • To familiarize the student with the basic concepts about image. human visual system and it’s limitations To understand various image enhancement approaches To apply the basic morphology principles To understand image segmentation To learn basic ideas of image compression To prepare the background for student to apply principles learnt to practical cases Unit 1 : Digital Image Fundamentals (4 Hrs ) Elements of visual perception. Introduction to Gabor Transform. thinning. enhancement using arithmetic and logic operators. Fast Walsh Transform. histogram processing. skeletons. thresholding. Smoothing and sharpening frequency domain filters Unit 3 : Morphological Image Processing (6 Hrs ) Neighbourhood concepts. Discrete Cosine Transform – its application in Baseline JPEG . Morphological applications. Walsh Hadamard Transform. multi resolution expansions. boundary descriptors & regional descriptors Unit 5 : Image Transforms & compression ( 10 Hrs ) Coding. Image sampling & Quantization. opening & closing operations. Introduction to Radon Transform Unit 6 : Image Processing Applications ( 6 Hrs ) Applications of transforms in fingerprinting. Study of IEEE reference papers covering basic ideas of Transforms and their applications . 2-D Discrete Fourier Transform. sub band coding Haar Transform – it’s application as a Wavelet. its formation. region based segmentation.chain codes. dilation & erosion. use of watersheds. spatial filtering – smoothing and sharpening filters. co lour fundamentals. Unit 4 : Image Segmentation ( 8 Hrs ) Detection of discontinuities. colour models. Fast Wavelet Transform. edge linking and boundary detection. interpixel and image redundancy. pruning for binary and gray scale images. Medical applications such as tumour detection. 1-D Wavelet Transform. pseudo colour image processing Unit 2 : Image Enhancement (6 Hrs ) Basic grey level transformations. adjacency and distance measures. basic morphological operations such as region filling. thickening. image representation.

‘Digital Image Processing’ – PHI . John Wiley. Woods. ‘ Digital Image Processing’. Analysis & Machine Vision’ Thomson Publication. the student will be able to • Comment about color models. ‘ Fundamentals of Digital Image Processing’. human visual systems • • • • Apply a suitable enhancement logic to an image Use morphological operator set for an application Apply segmentation algorithm such as watershed in requires cases Learn and apply image transforms Text Books: Gonzalez.. .K. 1997 . Jain A. Pratt W. 2001 2.Outcomes: Upon completion of the course. 2nd edition Milan Sonka ‘Image Processing . Reference Books:1.K. PHI.

Transaction oriented TCP (7 Hrs ) Traditional TCP. IPv6. Radio Access Layer. Digital Audio Broadcasting. Routing Localization. Ad-hoc Networks . IP packet Delivery Agent Advertisement and Discovery. Wireless application protocol Unit 1 : Introduction to telecommunication systems ( 7 Hrs ) Medium access control.Characteristics. Transmission / Timeout . Entities. Ad-hoc Networks. Addressing Mobile Quality of Service. HIPERLAN. Reference Model. Wireless standards 2. Services. GSM Satellite Systems – Basics. Routing in mobile hosts Unit 4: Mobile Transport Layer Freezing Selective Retransmission. Optimization Reverse Tunneling. Cyclic Repetition of Data. Snooping TCP. Bluetooth Wireless ATM – Working group. Performance Issues. Unit 3 : Mobile Network Layer ( 7 Hrs ) Mobile IP Goals. Basic concepts of wireless communication Objectives: To study 1. Handover. Location Management. TDMA. Telecommunication Systems – SDMA. Infrastructure Networks. Assumptions and Requirements. Tunneling and Encapsulation. Indirect TCP. Contents of Unit 1 Unit 2 : Wireless Standards (7 Hrs ) Wireless LAN – IEEE 802. Access Point Control Protocol. DHCP. Digital Video Broadcasting.EC 2204 : Mobile Computing Prerequisites :Digital Communication. Registration. Broadcast Systems – Overview.11 – Infrared vs Radio Transmission. CDMA. Mobile network layers 3. Handover. Functions. Mobile TCP.

Wireless Telephony Application Unit 6 : Application Issues Security Analysis of existing wireless network ( 7 Hrs ) Dynamic DNS File System. John Wiley. Application Environment . student will be able to • Use wireless standards. and apply wireless communication protocols. 2003 . 1993. Addison Wesley.Unit 5 : Wireless Application Protocol ( 7 Hrs ) Architecture. WAP-Wireless Application Protocol. Session Protocol . Context aware applications. Synchronization Protocol. J Schiller . Datagram Protocol.’ Mobile Communication Design Fundamentals’. Outcomes: Upon completion of this course. 2.’Mobile Communication’ . Pearson Education. 2000 Reference Books 1. 2003 3. Wireless Communication and Networks. Transport Layer Security . Pearson Education. Transaction Protocol. • • Implement TCP/IP Apply GSM in wireless communication Text Books 1.

applications of arithmetic coding Unit IV : Dictionary Techniques (6 Hrs. Jayant quantizer. concept of vector quantization.) Basic Idea. application of LBG algorithm to image compression. models & coding (7 Hrs. Properties. • To understand the basics of Data compression and quantization techniques • To know the transform coding basics Unit I : Information Theory. Matrix algebra Objectives : • To give inputs regarding coding techniques. Audio Compression Unit III : Arithmetic Coding (6 Hrs. Prefix codes Unit II : Huffman Coding (8 Hrs. Markov models. optimality of Huffman Codes. Understand the structures of the codes through the practical and appreciate the applications in signal processing. Information sources. length of Huffman codes. applications in file compression. Linde-BuzoGray (LBG) algorithm. Golomb codes.) Uniform Quantizer. comparison of Huffman & arithmetic coding. image compression – Graphic Interchange Format(GIF) . Extended Huffman codes. Trellis coded quantization . Rice codes.) Entropy – definition. generation of a binary code. adaptive arithmetic coding. coding – Uniquely decidable codes. text compression. adaptive Huffman coding. Backward adaptive. Applications of Huffman coding – Lossless image compression. Models – Probability models. Portable Network Graphics (PNG) format.) Static dictionary. Adaptive Dictionary – Lempel Ziv Approaches. advantages of vector quantization over scalar quantization.) Generation & deciphering a tag. non-uniform quantization. Compression over modems Unit V : Scalar & Vector Quantization (8 Hrs.EC 2214: Coding & Data Compression Prerequisites : Basic knowledge of Digital Communication . joint and conditional entropy. minimum variance Huffman codes. Entropy coded quantization. Adaptive Quantizer – Forward adaptive.

DST. ‘Coding Techniques – Introduction to compression & Error control’. 2nd edition 3. Nelson Mark .) Necessity of transforms. Khalid Sayood . Loup . Saloman D. JPEG image compression. application in Audio Compression – Modified Discrete Cosine Transform (MDCT) Outcomes : Upon completion of the course. DCT. ‘Data compression ‘ . Springer . Elsvier publication. 3rd edition. 2.J. DWT. Gaily . its applications and its derivatives alongwith its limitations Apply arithmetic coding in typical cases of skew probability Learn and implement dictionary techniques for intelligent compression approaches Learn quantization techniques useful in data compression Apply transform coding in various 1-D and 2-D compression areas such as speech. 2nd edition . Palgrave Publications Reference Books : 1. BPB publication. ‘Data Compression book’ . the student will be able to • • • • • • Implement basic ideas about Markov models Learn Huffman coding. KL transform. . Levis W.Unit VI : Transform coding (7 Hrs. ‘Data compression – Complete reference ‘ . audio and imaging Text Books : 1. 3rd edition 2. Jean . Graham Wade. ‘Introduction to Data Compression’. Quantization and coding of transform coefficients. springer verlag.

Unit 2 : Integrated Services Digital Networks (ISDN) (7 Hrs. Traffic management. DWDM Networks: Introduction. traffic planning. link level. and signaling at connection control part. Unit 3 : Optical Networks (7 Hrs. Optical and Wireless.Frame Relay.EC 2224 : Telecommunication Networks And Management Prerequisites : Analog Communication. Tariff planning. standards. Digital Communication.) Introduction. Principles. Signaling at datalink level.) Introduction to Telecommunication Networks. WLL. Principles of telecommunication network planning. Optical interface layers. Switching Technologies: circuit switching. Unit 4 : Quality Of Service And Reliability Telecommunication Networks Delay. ADSL. architecture.) Relaibility and Unit 5 : Telecommunication Network Planning (7 Hrs. Network level. management of transport network. Fault management . Unit 6 : Telecommunication Network Management (7 Hrs. Routing for Circuit switched Networks. Broad Band Access Technologies: DSL. survivability issues. . cross talk/interference.) ISDN Overview. Internetworking Signaling System Number7(SS7): SS7 Architecture. Cell Relay. Multirate circuit switching.packet switching. Throughput/ Bandwidth. Issues In (7 Hrs. Principles of optical networks. congestion control planning.Cable Modems. Protocol architecture. configuration management. Optical packet switching/ Routing. Jitter. Leased Lines. Network protection mechanisms. Fundamentals of Fiber optics.) Telecom network operation and maintenance. Objectives: To study • The existing telecommunication networks • Broadband Technologies • ISDN • SS7 Protocol • Optical Networks • Quality issues and Network management Unit 1 : Introduction To Telecommunication Networks (7 Hrs.) Introduction . ISDN User part. ISDN Interfaces and functions. Standards. Optical network components. concepts of multiplexing and synchronization.

Outcomes: After completion of this course the students will be able to • Understand Switching Technologies used in Telecommunications • Configure broad band devices and Use broadband technologies • Install and Use Fiber optics networks • Plan and manage the Telecommunication Networks Text Books 1. Reference Books 1. ‘Optical Networking and WDM’. TMH 2. W. IEEE press. Lakshmi Raman. ‘ISDN and Broadband ISDN with Frame Relay and ATM’. Gorlaski. PHI . Prentice Hall . ‘Fundamentals of Telecommunication Network Management’. William Stallings.

Link power budget. Magic). . Principle of Wavelength Division Multiplexing.) Various degradation mechanisms: Attenuation. Isolators. Objectives : • To study Basics of optical fiber communication system. Mode coupling. Matched termination. Circulators. Fiber cable.EC 2234: Optical and Microwave Communication Prerequisites : Basic Communication Engineering concepts. Material dispersion (Intermodel and Intramodel dispersion). Optical Amplifier. Optical networks: SONET/SDH. concept & applications). Attenuators. Numericals based on above topics. fiber fabrication (double crucible method) and their mechanical properties. Unit III : Fibre Optic Communication System (06 Hrs. Photonic switching and sensor applications. Passive components. Coupling losses. Phase shifters. fiber materials. Basics of construction and characteristics of light sources (LED and LASER). • To study different optical fiber cable manufacturing techniques • To study Light source and detectors • To study signal dispersion and attenuation in OFC. Correlation of concept of line coding and error correction for optical fiber. Modes (TE and TM). Multi channel transmission technique. • To study Microwave Wave-guides and Components • To study Microwave Tubes & Solid-State Microwave Devices Unit I : Introduction to OFC & its components (08 Hrs. Rise time budget. Co-axial to wave guide transitions. microwave filters. Excitation of modes. Numericals based on above topics. Concept of fiber splicing.) Rectangular wave-guide. light detectors (PIN and APD). H. Microwave cavity resonator. coupling methods and their losses.) Basic block diagram of Optical Fiber Communication system. system consideration. Digital: Point-to-point links. Twists. Unit II : Signal Degradation in Optical Fiber (08 Hrs. Bends. types of fibers. Wave guide Tees (E. basic principles. Pulse broadening in GI fibers. concept of Scattering parameters. OTDR (Principle.) Analog: Overview of analog links. Carrier to Noise Ratio. Numericals based on above topics. Advantages of optical fibers over co-axial cables. Overview of OFC. Numericals based on above topics. Unit IV : Microwave Wave-guides and Components (06 Hrs. Power transmission and losses. S-matrix of above components. Distortion.

and applications. Numericals based on above topics. ‘Microwave Devices & Circuits’. Preparation of splicing and connectorization of ofc cables. Tetrode. McGraw Hill 2. Know principles of microwave waveguides. McGraw Hill. Varactor Diode. Tunnel. Construction and applications of strip line. Gunn Diode. reflex): velocity modulation. Klystrons (multi cavity. John Senior. PIN Diode. Draw typical diagrams of optical fiber cable manufacturing techniques Measure the characteristics of LED. Laxmi Reference Books : 1. D. Introduction to terrestrial microwave link and its applications. ‘Microwave Engineering’. TWT: slow-wave structure. types. Aggarwal. ‘Optical Fiber Communication’. ‘Optical Fiber Communication’. Pentode). characteristics. G. bunching process. C. tubes and microwave devices. Y. parameters with analysis of Microwave transistor. Text Books : 1. Kulkarni. Prentice Hall 4.) Principle of operation. High frequency limitations. ‘Fiber Optical Communication’. Magnetron oscillator.) Introduction to conventional vacuum tubes (triode. applications. Unit VI : Solid-State Microwave Devices (07 Hrs. wave modes. M. Prentice Hall 2. gain. Liao. Keiser. 3. .Unit V : Microwave Tubes (07 Hrs. construction. S. Peter Rizzi.LASER source and Photo detectors Measure dispersion and attenuation in OFC. ‘Microwave and radar Engineering’. Outcomes : After end of this course students will be able to : • • • • • • Draw Different Building Blocks of optical fiber communication system.

Loops. function.) Recommended Standards (RS) : RS232. Unit V : Buses and protocols (06 Hrs. Serial Port . Introduction to Assembly Embedded in C. I2C. Introduction to RISC microcontrollers like PIC 16F877A and AVR Atmega32. Addressing modes. DAC. constructs. “C “coding for Interfacing of devices like Keypad. Serial Peripheral Interface(SPI) Unit VI : Minimum system design (06 Hrs. Architecture. Serial communication Unit IV : Interfacing and Programming using embedded C (06 Hrs.EC2184: Microcontroller Applications Prerequisites : • Basic concept of digital electronics • Basics of C language programming Objectives : To study • Architecture of microcontroller • Interfacing of peripherals using Assembly language and embedded C language Programming • Implementation of Inter Integrated circuit (I2C) protocol • Comparison between various microcontrollers Unit I : Introduction to P89V51RD2 (10 Hrs.) (06 Hrs. variables. stepper motor. Timers and Counters. Interrupt Structure Unit III : Interfacing and assembly language programming (08 Hrs.) Features. Seven Segment and LCD . structures and union. Introduction to software and hardware tools Unit II : On-chip peripherals Port Structure. Theoretical System design using microcontrollers . RS485. Assembly language programming. Instruction set.) Memory interfacing.) Different display devices like LED’s. ADC.) Data types.

Outcomes : Students will be able to • Differentiate between microprocessor and microcontroller • Design hardware and software for minimum system • Implement I2C protocol • Select best suited microcontroller for specified application Text Books : 1. Mazidi. 3rd edition. ‘8051 Microcontroller Application’. Tata McGRAW HILL 2. ‘AVR & PIC and Embedded System’. Kenneth Ayala. 1st edition. Programming and . 1st edition. Bernett & Cox. Pearson education 2. Mazidi . Jan Axelson. Penram Reference Books : 1. ‘Microcontrollers’. Intel 8051 manual 4. Peneram Architecture. Pearson 3. Microchip Manual for PIC microcontrollers 5. ‘8051 and Embedded C Programming’. ‘Serial Port complete’. Ajay Deshmukh. 2nd edition.

Application of embedded systems and recent trends in embedded systems. To understand the meaning of embedded system and applications in which they are used. Exception Handling . To study Hardware and Software architecture of ES. 6. To study ARM7 architecture and learn its assembly language programming 2. 7. Unit 6 : Case Study Of Embedded System Digital Camera . To study wireless protocols 3. MODBUS CAN and USB (7 Hrs) Unit 3: Embedded System Introduction (7 Hrs) History. Message queues . Timers . Events . Nomenclature .Processor selection for Embedded System.EC2244: Embedded Systems Objectives : 1. 5. ARM Assembly Language Programming : Introduction to ARM instruction set Unit 2: Protocols Bluetooth . To study Smart card as ES case study 10. Task scheduler . To study architecture of Real Time Operating Systems (RTOS ) 8. NRE and UNIT cost design metrics. Semaphores . Smart Card and Car Control (7 Hrs) .11 and IEEE 802. Unit 5: Real Time Operating System Concepts (7 Hrs) Architecture of the kernel . Mailbox . GPRS. Unit 4: Embedded System Architecture (7 Hrs) Hardware and software architecture . Interrupt Service Mechanism . Optimizing design metrics . To study Car control as ES case study Unit 1: ARM Processor (7 Hrs) ARM Processor: Architecture and Programming: RISC and CISC . Memory Architecture and IO devices . Core Extensions . operating modes . Design challenges. ARM Programmers model . Pipes . Memory Management . To understand embedded system (ES) Design metrics. ARM organization .16 . Device Drivers. To study Digital Camera as ES case study 9.Context switching. To study field bus protocols 4. ISR .Time to market. IEEE 802.

2. i draw block diagram of digital camera ii explain digital camera interfacing with PC 12. Sloss etal . Gupta “ EmbeddedReal systems programming “ TMH. identify processor architecture and features from its number 6 i.”ARM Developers Guide”. i state controllers used in various units in a CAR ii Explain protocol used for communication among various controllers in a CAR 7 Text Books : 1. Iyer . data transfer groups 3. Explain smart card hardware ii Explain smart card information access 13. student will be able to 1 draw ARM7 architecture 2 state 3 instructions in data manipulation . Reference Books : 1. .K. K. state difference between general purpose computer system and ES ii state application of ES in various fields. Dr. “EmbeddedSystem Design. i. iv Explain priority inheritance problem and its remedy v State application of RTOS . Steve Heath “ EmbeddedSystem Design “ Neuwans. 3. 11. I/O devices for intelligent Washing Machine as per the specifications.Outcomes: After completion of this course.K. control flow . Prasad “Embedded / Real Time Systems” Dreamtech 2. state interrupts in ARM7 with priority 5. iii state difference between Hard Real time and Soft Real Time systems i state difference between Bluetooth and other wireless protocols ii application of Bluetooth protocol 8 draw hardware and software architecture of ES 9 select processor . state Arm7 operating modes and explain how mode can be changed 4.V. 3. Raj Kamal . Frank Vahid . 10 i State difference between general OS and RTOS ii Explain Serial port sharing using semaphore iii Explain msg passing to display task from various tasks . memory .”Embedded Systems “ TMH.

Plasma etching and RIE techniques. Etching (7 Hrs. impurity incorporation through diffusion and ion implantation. (6 Hrs. an overview of IC Technology and its requirements.) Oxidation : Kinetics of Silicon dioxide growth both for thick and thin films. growth and deposition of various films.) Environment for VLSI Technology : Clean room and safety requirements. and Plasma etching mechanism and systems. wafer fabrication and basic properties of silicon wafers Learning CMOS process flow Learning contamination reduction and corresponding measurements methods including clean factory. Mask generation. E-beam lithography and newer lithography techniques for VLSI. Crystal growth. evaporation and sputtering) Learning concepts of Wet etching. Unit IV : Lithography (7 Hrs.) Unit I : IC Technology Semiconductors and devices. RTP techniques for annealing. LPCVD. PPR and NPR . Oxidation technologies in VLSI .EC 2254: VLSI Technology Objectives : • • • • • • • • • • To study basics of IC fabrication technology Understand the impact of the physical and chemical processes of integrated circuit fabrication technology on the design of integrated circuits Understand physics of the Crystal growth. optical and electrical) Learn concepts of ion implantation Learn concepts of thin film deposition including chemical Vapor Deposition (including APCVD. gettering Unit III : Oxidation.) Lithography : Photolithography. Wafer cleaning processes. Unit steps used in IC Technology Unit II : Clean room (7 Hrs. PECVD and HDPCVD) and Physical vapor deposition (including. wafer cleaning and Gettering Learning lithography techniques and concepts of wafer exposure system Understand Concepts of thermal oxidation and Si/SiO2 interface and its quality measurements (including physical.

students will be able to • • • • Chalk out the unit steps of fabrication process for NMOS Chalk out the unit steps of fabrication process for CMOS Chalk out the unit steps of fabrication process for SOI Calculate Leff of MOS devices needed in design Text Books : Plummer. John Wiley Inc. silicon dioxide. 2nd edition 2002. Deal . silicon nitride and metal films.Unit V : CVD (7 Hrs. Advanced MOS technologies. ‘Introduction to semiconductor fabrication’. ‘Introduction to Microelectronic Fabrication’. CMOS. 3.) Chemical Vapour Deposition techniques : CVD techniques for deposition of polysilicon. Richard Jaeger.K. C.) Outcomes: At the end of this course. ISBN No 0130224049 Reference Books : 1..Y. New York. 1996. . Griffin .Gandhi.M. Metal film deposition : Evaporation and sputtering techniques Unit VI : Fabrication and Layout Process integration for NMOS. 2. Sze (Ed). ‘ULSI Technology’. S. Chang and S. ‘VLSI fabrication Principles’. (6 Hrs. Epitaxial growth of silicon. Prentice Hall publication – 2001. 1983. Prentice Hall. McGraw-Hill.

Elective 2: Interdisciplinary Elective ( for Mechanical / Industrial / Production / Chemical) .

Optical/Photonic devices. Mechanical Sensors. microvalves. MicroElectroMechanical Systems UNIT-2 : Microfabrication and Micromachining: (6 hours) Integrated Circuit Processes. DNA-chip.g. Bulk Micromachining: Isotropic Etching and Anisotropic Etching. 3-D electromagnetic actuators and sensors. Medical devices e. or Smart sensors. UNIT-1: Historical Background Introduction to MEMS: (4 hours) Silicon Pressure sensors. RF/Electronics devices. Piezoelectric materials. Other compatible materials. Mechanical design of microactuators. Bonding & Packaging of MEMS. Silicon Nitride. Integrated. micro-arrays. Micromachining. Sensor Principles and Examples: Thermal sensors. Electrical Sensors. Microactuator examples. Chemical and Biosensors UNIT-4: Microactuators: ( 8 hours) Electromagnetic and Thermal microactuation. Gear trains. micropumps. Surface Micromachined Systems: Success Stories. Micro-mirror TV Projector UNIT-5: Surface Micromachining: (8 hours) One or two sacrificial layer processes. micromotors-Microactuator systems : Success Stories. Ink-Jet printer heads. High Aspect-Ratio Processes (LIGA) UNIT-3: Physical Microsensors: ( 8 hours) Classification of physical sensors. Micromotors. Objectives: To impart basic concept for design of sensors and Microelectromechnical systems used in VLSI field. Silicon Dioxide. Wafer Bonding. Polysilicon surface micromachining. Intelligent. Surface micromachining requirements. Mechanisms UNIT-6: Application Areas: (8 hours) All-mechanical miniature devices.EC 2264: MEMS Prerequisites: Knowledge of solid state Devices & basic mechanical systems. Future trends in MEMS .

CRC Press. 1998 2) M.-H. Pressure sensor) 2) able to draw the scheme for bulk micromachining and LIGA process and explain the procedure for the same 3) able to explain Electromagnetic and Thermal microactuation ith the scheme 4) able to explain the Bonding & Packaging of MEMS(at least two basic techniques) 5) able to figure out microvalves. Kluwer Academic Publishers. “Micromechanical Transducers: Pressure sensors. “Fundamentals of Microfabrication” by. micropumps.Outcomes: The students at the end of the course will be 1) well versed with basic concept for design of sensors and Microelectromechnical systems used for VLSI(At least two-Ex. 2001. New York. Senturia. References books: 1) Gregory Kovacs. . accelerometers. Bao. 2000. micromotors-Microactuator systems (at least one basic technique for each) Texts Books: 1) Stephen D. Boston. “Micromachined Transducers Sourcebook” WCB McGraw-Hill. 2) Marc Madou. "Microsystem Design" by. 1997. and gyroscopes” by Elsevier.

The six pack etc. (8 HRS) Unit IV : Automation I – Process And Industrial ( 8 HRS) Power plant automation. . design automation & apply safety measures .EC2274: Electronic Automation Objectives: To understand . Fault Finding (6 HRS) System Failure. etc. Data base automation. Outcomes: At the end of this course. Unit V : Automation II – Case Studies Office automation. Pneumatic. Basic building blocks : Review of sensors. Safety. Automation in defense. control elements. control communication. Process variables. Environmental effects. buildings. Legislations. signal conditioning. Fault finding instruments. Maintenance philosophies. sensors in industrial and process automation. (8 HRS) Unit VI : Safety. Field Bus Instrumentation etc.automation systems in industries.Health and safety. Maintenance. DCS. offices etc. Cybernetics. SCADA. computers and industrial control. Hydraulic and electronic controllers. actuators. Building automation. PLC. Unit II : Automation Tools HMI . (4 HRS) Unit II : Process Instrumentation (8 HRS) Control system fundamentals.Components of automation systems . Industrial control network. Manufacturing automation. Need of automation. students will be able to • design & build industrial automation systems • apply automation tools • do work study of any industry environment. Home automation. control valves.automation tools Unit I : Elements Of Automation History. Robotics.

Horn-Home remote control and automation 3.D. IEEE Transactions on Automation Science and Engg. Hordeski M-.M.Transducers for automation 2. .Considine -Process/Industrial instruments and control Handbook 2.Andrew Parr -Industrial Control Handbook Reference Books: 1.Text Books 1.

DC Motor Opto-proximity sensors .) UNIT II : INSTRUCTION SET • • • Addressing modes Instruction set Simple Assembly language programming UNIT III: ON CHIP PERIPHERALS: • • • • Port Structure Timers and Counters Serial Port Communication Interrupt Structure (06 HRS.EC 2284: Microcontroller Applications Prerequisites : Basic concept of digital electronics Objectives: To study 1) Architecture of microcontroller 2) Assembly language programming 3) Interfacing of peripherals using Assembly language programming 4) Comparison between various derivatives of 8051 microcontroller UNIT I: INTRODUCTION TO MCS-51 FAMILY: • • • • • • Features of 8-bit microprocessor Features of 8-bit microcontroller Memory Organization Architecture Clock and Reset circuit Introduction to software and hardware tools (08 HRS.) UNIT IV: INTERFACING AND ASSEMBLY LANGUAGE PROGRAMMING: (10 HRS.) (06HRS.) • • • • • • • LED’s Seven Segment 2X16 LCD 4X4 Matrix Keypad Stepper motor.

Kenneth Ayala. Programming and Application “. UNIT VI: MINIMUM SYSTEM DESIGN • • • • External RAM and ROM Memory interfacing Design of multifunctional Autonomous Robot Design of prototype DC Drive Prototype PLC Design ( 06 HRS.Unit V:Interfacing and Programming using embedded C ( 06 Hrs ) Data types. Differentiate between microprocessor and microcontroller 2. Pearson education 2. stepper motor. Select best suited microcontroller for specified application TEXT BOOKS 1 Mazidi and Mazidi. 3rd edition. constructs. 2nd edition. “C “coding for Interfacing of devices like Keypad. ADC. “8051 and Embedded C Programming”. Introduction to Assembly Embedded in C. Loops. structures and union. Design hardware and software for minimum system 3. DAC. Penram REFERENCE BOOKS 1 Intel 8051 manual . “8051 Microcontroller Architecture. function. variables.) Outcomes: Students will be able to 1.

MOSFET. Braking and protections for AC motors Unit 6: Special Motor Drives (6 Hrs) Synchronous motor types and characteristics. Input supply performance parameters. different power circuit configurations for stepper motor drive. Control strategies like stator voltage control. Working of AC and DC traction drives.principle and implementation Outcomes: Upon completion of this course student will be able to • • Operate different AC/DC motor drives Analyze power conversion system . Stepper motor controlmodes of excitation. Unit 2: DC Motor Control (6 Hrs) Motor performance parameters. Control strategies. Micro stepping. Dual converter drives. Inverter and Chopper – Operation and waveforms for Resistive and inductive load.EC 2294: Power Electronics and Drives Objectives: • • • To Study basics of Power conversion systems To study basics of AC/DC motor operations To study and compare different control strategies using power converter systems (8 Hrs) Unit 1: Introduction to power electronics Principle of operation of power devices –SCR. PWM control. Protection for DC motors Unit 4: Chopper Drives (6 Hrs) Chopper fed DC motor drives. single phase converter drives for separately and series types DC motor. Study of single phase converter. Dynamic and regenerative braking of DC motors. Unit 5: AC Motor Control (8 Hrs) Induction motor characteristics. V/F control. use of chopper drives in traction applications. Unit 3: Reversible Drives (6 Hrs) Three phase converter drives. rotor resistance control.

Sen. M. 2. Rashid.C. ‘ Power Electronics Circuits. Devices. PH Publication Text Books Reference Books 1.• Apply interdisciplinary knowledge for project development. ‘Power Electronics Converters. Pergamon Press. John Wiley and Sons. . and Applications’. ’Power Electronics of AC Motors’. John Wiley and Sons. Mohan. JMD Murphy & FG Turnbull. P. 2. 1. Applications and Design’.H. Undeland and Robbins. ’Thyristor DC Drive’.

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