Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekanand Technical University, Bhilai

Scheme of Teaching and Examination

B.E. VII Semester Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering
Sl. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Board of Study
Electronics & Telecom. Electronics & Telecom. Electronics & Telecom. Electronics & Telecom. Electronics & Telecom. Electronics & Telecom. Electronics & Telecom. Electronics & Telecom.

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Period Per Week L T 1 1 1 1 1 5 P 4 4 4 4 2 1 19

Total Credi Theory/ Practical Marks L+(T+P ESE CT TA 80 80 80 80 80 40 40 40 100 620 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 40 40 40 120 120 120 120 120 60 60 60 140 40
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Scheme of Exam

Mobile & Cellular Communication Microwave Communication & 328712 (28) Engineering Microcontroller & Embedded 328713 (28) System 328711 (28) 328714 (28) Satellite Communication Professional Elective - II Advanced Signal Processing 328721 (28) Laboratory Microwave Communication & 328722 (28) Engineering Lab Microcontroller & Embedded 328723 (28) System Lab 328724 (28) Minor Project Innovative & Entrepreneural Skills **Practical Training Evaluation 328726 (28) and Library TOTAL 300725 (36)

4 3 3 3 3 16

5 4 4 4 4 2 2 2 2 1 1 31

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10 Management 11 Telecom.
Electronics &

100 280

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L-Lecture, T- Tutorial, P - Practical, ESE- End Semester Examination, CT - Class Test, TA - Teacher's Assessment ** To be completed after VI Semester and before the commencement of VII Semester Table -2 Professional Elective - II Telecommunication Group: Sl. Board of Code Subject No. Study Electronic Instrumentation & Electronics & 1 328751 (28) Telecom. Automation Electronics & 2 Telecom. 328752 (28) Cryptography & Secure Communication Allied Group: Sl. Board of No. Study 1 2 3 4 5
Electronics Telecom. Electronics Telecom. Electronics Telecom. Electronics Telecom. Electronics Telecom. & & & & &

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328753 (28) Consumer Electronics 328754 (28) Neural Network & Fuzzy Logic 328755 (28) Advanced Solid State Devices 328756 (28) Speech Signal Processing 328757 (28) Artificial Intelligence & Expert Systems

Note (1)- 1/4th of total strength of students subject to minimum of twenty students is required to offer an elective in the college a particular academic session. Note (2) - Choice of elective course once made for an examination cannot be changed in future examinations.

signals. AIN Release 1 Architecture. Infrastructure and adhoc networks. GEO. packet format. DHCP. security. Mobile Communication Engineering by W. transaction oriented TCP. st 2. Branch: Electronics & Telecommunication Code: 328711 (28) Total Tutorial Periods: 12 UNIT – II Telecommunications and Broadcast Systems: GSM. UMTS. AIN Service creation. networking. Indirect TCP. Satellite systems. DHCP. Out of Band Signaling. GSM communication frame. Wireless transmission. encapsulation and tunneling.. UNIT – III Wireless Networks and other 3G Technologies: Wireless LAN.. messages. cellular systems. GSM subsystems. new data services. specialized MAC. AIN Release 0. Rifaat A. Pearson Education Asia – Addison Wesley Longman Pte. Pearson Education Asia 3. Signal unit Structure. Snooping TCP. routing. Basic Signaling Architecture. MEO. HIPERLAN (just basics. handover. frame and protocol details not required). Signaling Network Architecture. handover. Functions of Signaling Units. UNIT – V Signaling and Intelligent Networks: Signaling: Introduction. AIN Services. history. Mobile Data Wireless LAN Technologies – Dayem. physical layer. modes. antennas. The Essential Guide to Wireless Communication Applications – Dornan. TMH Pub. agent advertisement and discovery. DFWMAC schemes. AIN Release 0. A. Prentice Hall International . Problems in wireless communications. 2. Vocoding. Brief discussions (frame details and protocols not required) on GPRS. Mobile services. signal propagation. Lee. Mobile Communications – Schiller. IEEE 802. Bluetooth. registration. spread spectrum. MAC frames. SS7 Protocol Layers. applications. IPv6. 2 Indian Reprint. requirements. System architecture. SS7 Addressing. Intelligent Networks: Network Evolution. Mobile TCP.11. Mobile Transport Layer. reverse tunneling. FHSS and DSSS Spread Spectrum Technology. frequencies for radio transmission. Broadcast systems. TMH Pub. Basic Call Setup. transmission/time out freezing. cyclic repetition of data. security. 1 Indian Reprint. IP packet delivery.1.C. regulations. entities.C.Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekanand Technical University. MAC layer. TETRA. Wireless LANs and Wireless WANs. DECT. Database query. localization and calling. modulation. multiplexing. Lee. Medium Access Control. applications. IMT-2000. Mobile IP. The Call Model. LEO. Jochen. architecture (details of protocol not required). Link Management. Applications. Bhilai Semester : VII Subject: Mobile and Cellular Communication Total Theory Periods: 50 Total Marks in End Semester Examination: 80 Minimum number of Class tests to be conducted: Two UNIT – I Introduction to Mobile and Wireless Devices: Mobile and wireless devices. Reference Books: 1. CDPD. optimization. Adhoc networks. AIN Releases. Benefits of Intelligent Network. Infrared v/s radio transmission. Text Books: nd 1. AIN Release 0. SS7 Link Types. Mobile Cellular Telecommunications by W. localization. Fast transmit/fast recovery. UNIT – IV Mobile Network and Transport Layers: Mobile Network Layer. Ltd. MAC management. Roaming. Various Multiple Access Techniques. Traditional TCP. selective retransmission.2.

1998. A. G. Microwaves. space wave: Field and Range Calculation.. Multihop propagation .Time Devices: Physical Structure. Hybrid couplers. Principle and Mode of operation. Helix traveling wave tubes. L. Roy & Mitra. Effective Dielectric Constant and conductivity. Attenuation. Pozar: Microwave Engineering. Circulators and Isolators. 2/e. New Age International Publishers 3. Microwave Principles by Reich 2. pi-mode separation. Transfer Electron Devices: Gunn diode. Avalanche Transit. Guillermo Gonzalez. Vendelin. Wave guide tees . S. PIN diode and Crystal diode. M. Modes of oscillation. Parametric amplifiers. Characteristics. TRAPATT and BARITT Diodes. Microwave Transistor Amplifiers: Analysis and Design (2nd Edition). VSWR. 5. Field Strength of Troposphere wave. Waveguide corners bends and twists. Characteristics and Power frequency limitations of microwave transistors. Tropospheric Scatter and Duct propagation UNIT – II Microwave Linear Beam and Crossed-Field Tubes: Failure of conventional tube at high frequency. John Wiley. Effect of Earth’s Magnetic Field. Liao. Prentice Hall. Two hole directional coupler. 2000 . Filter design by image parameter method – Constant k. Filter design by insertion loss method. Bolometric method. John Wiley. Reentrant cavities. Tunnel diodes and Field-Effect Transistors. Power output and Efficiency of IMPATT.E. D. 6. output power and loading. 3 Ed. UNIT – IV Microwave Components and Measurement: Rectangular cavity resonators. amplification process. Name of Text Books: rd 1. Optimum Working Frequency. Precautions. Effect of Earth’s Curvature and Dielectric Constant. Slow-wave structure. Microwave Semiconductor Devices. Filter transformation and implementation. Critical Frequency. UNIT – V Microwave Filters: Periodic structures – Analysis of infinite periodic structures and terminated periodic structures. Mechanism of Radio Wave Bending. Microwave Devices and Circuits by Samuel Y. Reflex klystron-Velocity modulation. Pavio and U. Ionosphere Propagation –Refractive Index at High Frequencies. MICROWAVE MEASUREMENT: Microwave bench. 1990. Magnetron-Types and Principles of operation. Hybrid ring.Ionospheric Abnormalities. Q of a cavity resonator. Electric field wave modes. Tropospheric Propagation. Basic principle of coupled cavity. MUF . Gunn effect. M. D. S-parameters and their properties. Pearson Education 2. Frequency and Q of the Cavity.Skip Distances.Matrix. Name of Reference Books: 1. Operation. TMH Pub. PHI 4. Impedance. Conventional current. Foundations of Microwave Engineering by R . Microwave hybrid circuits. Power measurement. KlystronVelocity modulation. Bhilai Semester : VII Subject: Microwave Communication & Engineering Total Theory Periods: 40 Total Marks in End Semester Examination: 80 Minimum number of Class tests to be conducted: Two Branch: Electronics & Telecommunication Code: 328712 (28) Total Tutorial Periods: 12 UNIT – I Wave Propagation: Sky wave: Surface wave. Bunching. Strapping.Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekanand Technical University. UNIT – III Microwave Devices : Transistors. m-derived and composite. Gupta. Tunnel Diodes and Microwave FETs: Structure. Collin. power output and efficiency and electronic admittance. Microwave generation and amplification Tunnel Diode. Principle of operation. Rohde: Microwave Circuit Design.

nd 2 Ed. stepper motor interfacing. Handbook of Microcontrollers. Mazidi & McKinlay.PHI.J. TMH 4. 2.II Instruction Set of 8051: Assembly language programming . Myke Predko. Microcontrollers: Architecture. 8031. Max 232 Driver. Mazidi. Built up RAM & ROM. Embedded design card. 8 bit Microcontrollers & Embedded Systems Manual. AT89651. Pin configuration of 8051. Names of Text Books: 1. Interfacing and System Design. Programming. UNIT . Memory interfacing. 8052. 1488 & 1489 standard.Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekanand Technical University. Bhilai Semester : VII Subject: Microcontroller & Embedded System Total Theory Periods: 40 Total Marks in End Semester Examination: 80 Minimum number of Class tests to be conducted: Two Branch: Electronics & Telecommunication Code: 328713 (28) Total Tutorial Periods: 12 UNIT . Pearson Education. RS422 Standard. RS232 standard.IV Asynchronous serial communication: Data programming. 3. 8751. 2. Rajkamal.V Interfacing: ADC & DAC interfacing. Predko. UNIT . keyboard interfacing. embedded design concept. interrupt programming. Interfacing and Applications K. UNIT . GPIB. TMH .. 89C52RD2. Internal structure of 8051 . 8051 Programming. I/O programming and Addressing modes. Types of interrupt. 8096 Architecture.III Counter and Timer details: Counter and timer programming using 8051. Power resetting .I Introduction to Microcontroller: A brief History of 8051. Programming and Customizing the 8051 Microcontroller. UNIT . The 8051 Microcontroller and Embedded Systems using Assembly and C.Ayala. Names of Reference Books: 1. Penram Pub. Serial communication programming.

C. Timothy Pratt. Advantages of the satellite communication. TVRO system Names of Text Books: 1. SATELLITE COMMUNICATION LINKS: Analog baseband signal. Look angles. SNR in FM with multiplexed telephone signals: SCPC system CSSB system. Small earth station VSAT. Atmosphere and ionosphere effects on link design. G/T ratio. System noise temperature. Pritchard. Raja Rao. CBS Publishers & Distributors . Orbital parameters. Satellite Communication System Engineering. Satellite location with respect to earth. PHI Names of Reference Books: 1. John Wiley & sons 4. Frame Efficiency. Satellite Communications. Intermodulation effects in FM/FDM system. Earth coverage and slant range. multiple beam TDMA satellite system. Synchronous orbit. Bhilai Semester : VII Subject: Satellite Communication Total Theory Periods: 40 Total Marks in End Semester Examination: 80 Minimum number of Class tests to be conducted: Two Branch: Electronics & Telecommunication Code: 328714 (28) Total Tutorial Periods: 12 UNIT-I Introduction: Synchronous satellite. Satellite Communication. Current trends in satellite communication. Dr. UNIT-III Multiple Access Techniques: TDMA-Frame and burst structure. Mobile and transport earth station. Satellite Communication. Superframe: TDMA frame acquisition and synchronization: FDMA compared to TDMA. Satellite Communication. Beam hopping TDMA. Satellite frequency allocation and band spectrum. Interference effects on complete link design. Attitude and orbit control.Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekanand Technical University. Propulsion subsystem. Antenna subsystem. Analog FM/FDM TV satellite link. Uplink deign. CSMA UNIT-IV Communication Satellite Subsystem: Power supply. Repeaters. Agarwal. Complete link design. Monitoring and control. Eclipse effect. Fundamentals of Satellite Communication. Khanna Publishers 2. Pearson Education. General and technical characteristics of satellite communication system. Pearson Education 3. UNIT-II Communication Satellite Link Design: Link design equation. Reliability of satellite subsystem UNIT-V Satellite Earth Stations: Earth station design requirements. Active and Passive satellite systems. TDMA burst TME plan. Earth station parameters. Thermal subsystem. Structure subsystem. Frequency coordination. D. Robert M. C/N. Earth station subsystem. 2. CDMA and hybrid access techniques. TTC subsystem. Digital baseband signal. Mitra. Energy dispersal in FM/FDM signals. K digital satellite design. FDM techniques: SNR and CNR in FM in satellite link. Gagliardi.

Distributed Control Systems.Data Loggers. TMH. DC and AC probes. UNIT: II Instrument Displays: Special Oscilloscopes: Oscilloscope controls. UNIT: IV Frequency & Power Measurement: Bolometer method. Principles of Telemetry. Types of errors. Plasma displays. Electronic Instrumentation.S. Basics of . Peak to Peak detector. Probability of errors. W. Pearson Name of Reference Books: 1. Modern Electronic Instrumentation and Measurement Techniques: Cooper & Helfrick. Harmonic Mixing. Magnetic Tape recorders. Servo recorders. Using counting circuits. Root mean square detectors. Paper-less recorders. . Spectral analysis. Industrial Control & Instrumentation. Digital Spectrum Analyzer. Statistical analysis of data. Electronic Measurements and Instrumentation: Oliver and Cage: TMH. Digital LCR meters. Digital recorders and recording process. Programmable Logic Controllers. Data Acquisition Systems. Integrating Type. Electronic and Electrical Measurement and Instrument: Sawhney: Dhanpat Rai & sons. Audio Analyzer. Frequency Measurement: Basic Frequency Meter. Bolton. Education. Analog & Digital Storage oscilloscope. Error reduction using intelligent instruments. Bhilai Semester : VII Subject: Electronic Instrumentation & Automation Total Theory Periods: 40 Total Marks in End Semester Examination: 80 Minimum number of Class tests to be conducted: Two Branch: Electronics & Telecommunication Code: 328751 (28) Total Tutorial Periods: 12 UNIT: I Instrument Errors & Error Reduction : Errors and their statistical behavior. Principles of AC voltage measurement: Average and Peak responding detectors. Sampling oscilloscope.Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekanand Technical University. Displays: Digital displays: LED and LCD and displays based on them. Multifilter Real Time Spectrum Analyzer. H. Telemetry Equipment. Name of Text Books: 1. Recorders : Single and Multivariable recorders. TFT Displays UNIT: III Voltage and Current Measurements: Digital Voltmeters: Non-Integrating type. UNIT: V Advanced Topics in Instrumentation: Telemetry: Various types of Telemetry. Modulation Analyzer. University Press. Dual channel and dual trace oscilloscope. Kalsi. 2. Calorimeter method. Swept superheterodyne frequency analyzer. Basic Hand-held Multimeter. Potentiometric Recorders.. 2 Ed. X-Y recorders. Comparison of Analog and Digital Multimeters. 2. nd 3. Bench type Digital Multimeters. Limiting errors.

discrete algorithm. UNIT – IV Network and System Security: IP security: introduction and architecture. Rhee. Name of Text Book: 1. UNIT – V Steganography: Introduction. Internet Cryptography by Smith. message authentication codes. Tannenbum . RSA algorithm. . Simplified model of Steganography.Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekanand Technical University. web security: threats and web traffic security approaches. McGraw-Hill Name of Reference Books: 1. Computer Networks. security of hash function: Brute force attack. digital signature standards. Security using Information theory: Deterministic and Indeterministic model. Cryptography and Steganography. key management: Diffie-Hellman key exchange. Pearson Education 2. hash function. Pearson Education Pub. PHI 2. SSL architecture and protocol. William Stallings. digital signature: introduction. Y. Cryptography and Secure communication. Cryptography and Network Security. M. firewalls: design principle. UNIT – III Hash Algorithm and Digital Signature: MD5 Message digest algorithm. UNIT – II Message Authentication and Hash Function: Authentication requirement. Principle of public key cryptosystem. authentication function. authentication protocols. Bhilai Semester: VII Subject: Cryptography & Secure Communication Total Theory Periods: 40 Total Marks in End Semester Examination: 80 Minimum number of Class tests to be conducted: Two Branch: Electronics & Telecommunication Code: 328752 (28) Total Tutorial Periods: 12 UNIT – I Public Key Encryption: Introduction to number theory: Fermat’s and Euler’s theorem. secure hash algorithm.

baffles. Electret. Washing Cycle. HF Loudspeakers. Bhilai Semester : VII Subject: Consumer Electronics Total Theory Periods: 40 Total Marks in End Semester Examination: 80 Minimum number of Class tests to be conducted: Two Branch: Electronics & Telecommunication Code: 328753 (28) Total Tutorial Periods: 12 UNIT – I Audio Input Equipments: Microphones: characteristics. Sound Pick-up. Impedance Matching. Wireless. Bass-reflex systems.Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekanand Technical University. Megaphones. Washing Machine Hardware. Gun. Care and cleaning. characteristics. Ultrasonic Car Safety Belt System. Background Music and Paging Systems. Permanent magnet. Electrostatic. Audiometry. Voice Coil. Anatomy of Hi-Fi System. Components of Air Conditioning Systems. Types of Sound Film. All-weather and All-air Air Conditioning Systems. Refrigeration. speaker matching. Xerography: Xerographic Process. Reverberation. Instrument Panel Displays. PA System. Basic Modifiers. Acoustics of Studios. Auto-reverse Car Stereo Player. Fuzzy Logic Washing Machines. Working of a Projector. Theatre Sound System: Sound Track.. Crossover Networks. Singlechip Controllers. Corner folded Horn Systems. Types of Microwave Ovens. Envelop Generator. Blair. LSI Digital Clocks. Benson “Audio Engineering Hand book” . Commercial sound: Electric Guitar. Lavalier. Absorbent Materials. Car Navigation Systems – Travel Pilot and AVIC-1 UNIT – V Domestic Equipments: Microwave Ovens: Microwave Oven Block Diagram. Types – Carbon. Dynamic. Loudspeaker construction. controls.Movingiron. Refrigeration Systems. filters. Recording. Sound Insulation. Listening Room Characteristics. Digital Clocks: Working. Car-Cassette Stereo Player with Auto-eject and Fast-Forward. Basic Loudspeaker. Acoustic Impedance and Resonance. Air conditioners and Refrigerators: Air Conditioning. Crystal Dynamic. UNIT – II Audio Output Equipments and Acoustics Fundamentals: Ideal Loudspeaker. Types: Crystal. Electret. Horn type. Acoustic Labyrinth Systems. Calculators: Structure. Combination Systems. AGC. LCD Timer with alarm. Mid-range and Extended range Loudspeakers. Extension to a dynamic copier. Dual-unit. internal organization. Noise. Infinite Baffle systems. Vehicle Proximity Detection System. Loudspeaker impedance. Sabin’s Equation. Multispeaker Systems. Compatibility.internals. Types of Washing Machines. Remote Control Buttons. ABS. Dome type. Tweeters: Cone-type. Dead Rooms. DTS and Dolby Systems for Theatres. Voltage Control. Tie-clip. Signal Propagation. Bali S. Crystal. Air Bag System. refrigerants. Electrostatic. UNIT – IV Multipurpose Equipments: Facsimile. Programmed Synthesizer. Other Signal Modifiers. Domestic refrigerators. Cine Screens. Permanent Magnet. Satellite relay system UNIT – III Musical Equipments: Portable Stereo: Eight-Track System.P. Acoustic doublets. Unitary and Central Air Conditioning Systems. planning. Source Units. Operating Problems. Acoustics: Reflection of sound. Hi-Fi. Headphones and Headsets: Types . Speaker Baffles and enclosures. Middleware for Set-top boxes. Electronic Ignition Lock System. amplifiers. Live Rooms. Wiring and Safety. Woofers. Electronic Ignition. ECS. Hearing Impairments. Hearing Aids . Absorption of Sound. Signal Multiplex. Stereo Car-cassette player. Electronic Music Synthesizers: Typical Generators. Pearson Education Name of Reference Books: K. Electric Wind Instruments. Washing Machines: Electronic Controller for Washing Machines. Manual Synthesizer. Hardware and Software development. Name of Text Books: Consumer Electronics. Capacitor. Set-Top Boxes: Interoperable Set-top boxes. Ribbon. In-Car Computers: Applications. Split Air Conditioning Systems. Intercommunication Equipment. Rewind System. Acoustic Design of Auditoriums. Dynamic Loudspeakers. Folded-Horn Systems. Theatre Sound Reproduction Systems.

Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekanand Technical University. Comparison of Fuzzy and neural Truck-Backer upper control systems. Pearson Education Names of Reference Books: 1. Hassoun. Topologies. Multi-layered Perceptrons – Back propagation Algorithm. Fundamentals of Artificial Neural Networks. Fuzzy Associative memories. Neural Network: A Comprehensive Foundation. Fuzziness in neural networks. from neurons to ANS. Memory based. Haykin. Memory models. Multi-layered Feedforward Networks. Artificial Neural Networks by B. The generalized Delta rule. UNIT-IV Applications: The Traveling salesperson problem. Recurrent Networks. Competitive. UNIT-III Algoritms for ANN: Activation and Synaptic Dynamics. Error-Correction Learning. Neural Networks viewed as directed graphs. Single-layered Feed-forward Networks. Freeman. PHI . Feedback. Handwritten Digit recognition. Names of Text Books: 1. PHI 2. Talking Network and Phonetic typewriter : Speech Generation and Speech recognition. UNIT-II Learning and Training: Hebbian. A Survey of Neural Network Models : Single-layered Perceptron – least mean square algorithm. Examples of Fuzzy logic. UNIT-V Adaptive Fuzzy Systems: Introduction to Fuzzy sets and operations. Bhilai Semester: VII Subject: Neural Network & Fuzzy Logic Total Theory Periods: 40 Total Marks in End Semester Examination: 80 Minimum number of Class tests to be conducted: Two Branch: Electronics & Telecommunication Code: 328754 (28) Total Tutorial Periods: 12 UNIT-I Introduction to ANS Technology: Elementary Neurophysiology. Yagna Narayan. BPN Applications. XOR – Problem. Character Recognition and Retrieval. Pearson Education 2. Models of a Neuron. Adalines and Madalines – Algorithm and applications. Network Architectures. Recall and Adaptation. Credit Assignment Problem: Supervised and Unsupervised learning. Stability and Convergence. Neural Networks. Artificial Intelligence and Neural Networks.

band gaps and lattice constants. Heterostructure Field Effect Transistors (HFETs). Ideal Schottky barrier. strained layer and critical thickness. Dilip K. Introduction to Semiconductor Materials and Devices. charge –sheet model. LED. velocity overshoot. Modulation Doped Field Effect Transistors (MODFETs). PHI. Solar Cell. UNIT – V OTA & Switched Capacitor filters: OTA Amplifiers. scaling laws of MOS transistors. M. UNIT – II Heterojunction Technologies: Heterojunction Bipolar Transistors (HBTs). hot –carrier effects. PIN photodiode. PHI 5. Opamps & Linear Integrated Circuits. Ramakant Gayakwad. Semiconductor Devices . Flat-band threshold voltages. 2001 7. Singh. . Roy. Photovoltaic effect. Heterojunction MESFET UNIT – IV Optical Devices: Optical absorption in a semiconductor. Ong. MOS static characteristics. Bhilai Semester : VII Subject: Advanced Solid State Devices Total Theory Periods: 40 Total Marks in End Semester Examination: 80 Minimum number of Class tests to be conducted: Two Branch: Electronics & Telecommunication Code: 328755 (28) Total Tutorial Periods: 12 UNIT – I Material Properties and Technologies: SiGe and group III-V compound semiconductors. John Wiley & Sons Inc. Single Electron Transistors (SETs) and Velocity Modulated Transistors (VMTs). CCD and application . band gap narrowing. Fiber Optic Technology D K Mynbaev & LL Scheiner Pearson Education Asia 2. moderate and weak inversion. current-voltage characteristics. 5th ed.Basic Principles. J. Switched Capacitor Circuits and Switched Capacitor Filters. John Wiley & Sons Inc. Pearson Education Reference Books: 1. CMOS latch-up phenomenon. Modern MOS Technology: Processes. short channel effects. S. MIS diode . University Press 4. Ohmic contacts. Text Books: 1. Dasgupta & Dasgupta. Streetman. Physics of Semiconductor Devices.. Avalanche photodiode.G. Optical Fiber Communication and applications S C Gupta PHI 3. High Electron Mobility Transistors (HEMTs). NMOS and CMOS IC technology. D. hole mobility. Devices and Design. semiconductor lasers. strong. Photoconductors. LDD MOSFET. Semiconductor Devices. McGraw Hill 6. band gap discontinuity.Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekanand Technical University. small signal parameters and equivalent circuit. 2001 2. Ben G. Solid State Electronic Devices. Tyagi. MOS capacitance. UNIT – III MOS Physics & Technologies: MOS structure. electron mobility. Resonant tunneling diodes (RTDs).

speaker identification systems. Saito S. voice/unvoiced detection. channel vocoder. Coin-toss Models. Fundamentals of Speech Recognition. Inclusion of Explicit State Duration Density in HMMs. continuous observation densities in HMMs. pattern classification. Re-estimation procedure. Speech and Language Processing. Academic Press 4. Pearson Education 2. Rabiner L. Nasal Consonants. vector quantizer coder. large vocabulary word recognition systems. pitch extraction using homomorphic speech processing UNIT – IV Automatic speech recognition systems: Isolated word recognition. The Urnand-Ball Model. Diphthongs. Macmillan New Electronics Names of Reference Books: 1. homomorphic speech processing. Extensions to HMMs. Pearson Education 3. Speechproduction process. filter bank design. McGraw Hill Series . UNIT – V Hidden Markov Models: Discrete-Time Markov Processes. HMM types. Name of Text Books: 1. HMM. MMI and MDI. Quatieri. Statistical Pattern-Recognition Approach to Speech Recognition.. Neural Networks and their Application to Speech Recognition. HMM generator of observations.. Acoustic-Phonetic Approach to Speech Recognition. Voiced Fricatives. Bhilai Semester : VII Subject: Speech Signal Processing Total Theory Periods: 40 Total Marks in End Semester Examination: 80 Minimum number of Class tests to be conducted: Two Branch: Electronics & Telecommunication Code: 328756 (28) Total Tutorial Periods: 12 UNIT – I Speech: Production. Discrete Time Speech Signal processing: Principles and Practice. autocorrelation pitch trackers. Optimization Criterion – ML. ‘Optimal’ State sequence. Autoregressive HMMs. UNIT – II Spectral Analysis of Speech: Short time Fourier analysis. transform coding. complex cepstrums. Speech sounds and features.. subband coding of speech. formant vocoder. Perception and Acoustic-Phonetic Characterization: Introduction. Unvoiced Fricatives. Thomas Parsons. Owens F. The vowels. homomorphic systems for convolution. UNIT – III Speech Synthesis: Pitch extraction algorithms. Parameter estimation. Time and frequency domain representation of speech. DTW. speaker recognition systems. Gold Rabiner pitch trackers. Pearson Education 2. speaker verification systems. cepstral vocoder. Comparisons of HMMs. speech coding.J. & Nakata K. Jurafsky. and Juang B. ‘‘Signal Processing of Speech’’. Elements of an HMM. Three Basic problems for HMMs and their solutions. connected word recognition. Voiced & Unvoiced Stops.Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekanand Technical University. “Fundamentals of Speech Signal Processing”. AI Approaches to Speech Recognition. “Voice and Speech Processing”. Probability Evaluation. Semivowels. Variants on HMM structures.

Backward state propagation. Dempster Shafer Theory. Breadth first search. Bhilai Semester : VII Subject: Artificial Intelligence & Expert System Total Theory Periods: 40 Total Marks in End Semester Examination: 80 Minimum number of Class tests to be conducted: Two Branch: Electronics & Telecommunication Code: 328757 (28) Total Tutorial Periods: 12 UNIT – I Overview of AI : What is AI? The importance of AI. Best first search. Top down and bottom up parsing. Conflict resolution. Expert System: Need and Justification for expert systems. Principles of Artificial Intelligence By Nils J. Truth maintenance systems. A*. R1. The Genetic algorithm. Perceptrons. Learning automation. Hill climbing search. Skolemization . AI and Related fields.cognitive problems. Prenex Normal Form. Back propagation Network. Artificial Intelligence By Elaine Rich and Kevin Knight . Name of Text Books: 1. Neural Networks: Hopfield Networks. Plan Generation Algorithms: Forward state propagation. Boltzman Machine. UNIT – V Planning: Components of Planning System.Patterson. Conceptual Dependency formalism. Backtracking. Fuzzy Logic. Game Playing: Minimax search. Natural Language Processing: Syntactic analysis. Use of certainty Factors. Tata McGraw Hill.Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekanand Technical University. Non monotonic reasoning. Early works in AI. case grammars. Recurrent Networks. acquisition.Nilsson. Frames: exceptions and defaults handling. Case studies: MYCIN . manipulation. UNIT – IV Handling uncertainty: Probabilistic reasoning: Bayes Net. UNIT – II Search Techniques: Problem Solving. Modus pones. knowledge-based system representation. house. Augmented Transition Networks. backward reasoning: Use of No. Learning : Concept of learning. Dependency directed backtracking. Blind search: Depth first search.Learning algorithm. Narosa Pub. UNIT – III Knowledge Representation: Predicate Logic ( well formed formulas. Constraint satisfaction. AO*. knowledge acquisition. Alpha – beta pruning. Learning by induction. Unification. Expert System Architectures( Rule based systems. Structured Knowledge Representations (Semantic Net: slots. inheritance. PHI. 2. State space search. Non production system. Sarukesi P Gopalakrishnan Macmillan series in computer science . Resolution refutation – various strategies ). informed search: Heuristic search. Rule Based Systems ( Forward reasoning: Conflict resolution . Foundation Artificial Intelligence & Expert Systems by VS Janakiraman K. organization. 2. Nonlinear planning using constraint posting. quantifiers. Knowledge: Importance of Knowledge. Name of Reference Books: 1. Introduction to AI and Expert Systems By Dan W. Semantic analysis. Object oriented representations.

Bhilai Semester : VII Subject: Advanced Signal Processing Lab Total Practical Periods: 50 Total Marks in End Semester Examination: 40 Branch: Electronics & Telecommunication Code: 328721 (28) Experiments to be performed: 1. Generation of various signals 2. 2. Performance evaluation of a signal 11. D. Digital Signal Processing . Circular convolution. J. Springer Stein. Parameter Estimation (Maximum likelihood) of a signal 12. DSP Kits Recommended Books: 1. Spectral analysis of Biomedical signals like ECG. EOG etc. Parameter Estimation (maximum a posteriori) of a signal 16.Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekanand Technical University. Design of Pace maker Analyzer 18. EMG. C/C++ editor. Design & implementation of FIR filters 6. Implementation of Linear convolution. 7. 3. A guide to data compression methods. Detection of abrupt changes in a signal 10. Wiley . Design and development of a data compression scheme 20. Design of adaptive noise canceller 8. Design and development of a data encryption scheme List of Equipments/Machine Required: PCs. Parameter Estimation (minimum mean square error) of a signal 15. Design of Muscle Stimulator 19. 3.a computer science perspective. EEG. Linear convolution using circular convolution. Parameter Estimation (recursive and sequential least squares) of a signal 14. Manuals of MATLAB and SMULINK along with Signal Processing Tool Box Salomon. MATLAB. Design of interference suppressor 9. Development of a general linear model for a signal 17. Parameter Estimation (linear and nonlinear least squares) of a signal 13. DFT Implementation 4. Design & implementation of IIR filters 5.

4. To measure the VSWR at all the three open ports of a directional coupler. To measure the coupling factor. Detector mount. 9. Slotted line.Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekanand Technical University. To study the V-I characteristics of a GUNN diode and to measure output power and frequency vs. To calibrate phase shifter. directivity and insertion loss of a directional coupler. voltage. 11. 18. To measure the coupling factor and directivity of the coupler. To determine the standing wave ratio and reflection coefficient. To Energies a Reflex oscillator. Electronic Tuning Sensitivity (ETS) and Electronic Tuning Range (ETR). 19. To study mode characteristics of a reflex klystron and hence to determine mode number. To study the characteristics and behavior of Isolator and Circulators. 14. Gunn/Klystron power supply. Movable short. Recommended Books: . Circulators. 12. To determine the frequency and wave length in a rectangular wave guide working on TE10 mode. Matched terminations. 15. 10.β diagram and verify relationship between guide wavelength (λg) and free space wavelength λ. To study and measure square wave modulation through PIN voltage. 5. To measure microwave frequency using frequency meter. To Energies a GUNN oscillator. 7. 3. 16. Fixed Attenuator. Frequency meter. Phase shifter. Dielectric Material. To study the characteristics of the reflex Klystron tube and to determine its electronic tuning range. Tunable probe. Measurement of Q of a cavity. 17. To study the characteristics of wave propagation in a wave guide by studying standing wave pattern and hence to plot ω . Cooling fan. Magic Tee. List of Equipments/Machine Required: Microwave source. b. Bhilai Semester : VII Subject: Microwave & Communication & Engineering Lab Total Practical Periods: 50 Total Marks in End Semester Examination: 40 Branch: Electronics & Telecommunication Code: 328622 (28) Experiments to be performed: 1. 13. 6. To study the function of multiple directional coupler by measuring the following parameters: a. transit time. 8. 2. To study the characteristics and behavior attenuator (fixed and variable type). Isolator. To measure main-line and auxiliary-line VSWR. Variable attenuator. To measure Dielectric Constant. To study the characteristic and behavior of a Magic Tee.

6.2 and 25 Hz on pin P1.0592 MHz. R6 and R5. Save the digits in R7. Write a microcontroller 8051 program to convert a packed BCD number to two ASCII numbers and place them in R5 and R6. Interfacing kit.Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekanand Technical University.3.5 kHz on pin P1. 15.0. Write a microcontroller 8051 program to transfer the bytes into RAM locations starting at 50H. Results to be in R1-R0 pair. Assume crystal frequency to be 11. Write a microcontroller 8051 program to add two 16 Bit signed numbers. b) null char for end of string . Operands are two RAM variables. Write a microcontroller 8051 program to multiply two floating-point numbers. SMPS for Microcontroller Recommended Books: . Bhilai Semester : VII Subject: Microcontroller & Embedded System Lab Total Practical Periods: 50 Total Marks in End Semester Examination: 40 Branch: Electronics & Telecommunication Code: 328723 (28) Experiments to be performed: 1. 4. Write a microcontroller 8051 program to add two 16 Bit unsigned numbers.0592 MHz. Operands are two RAM variables. Monitor. Write a microcontroller 8051 program to subtract an unsigned 16 Bit number from another. Keyboard. 7. continuously. 9. Assume crystal frequency to be 11. where the least significant digit is in R7.0592 MHz. Assume that the clock pulses are fed to pin T1. Write a microcontroller 8051 program to add two floating-point numbers. Write a microcontroller 8051 program to calculate the square root of an 8-bit number using iterative method. Assume crystal frequency to be 11. and 1 stop bit. 3. 13. 8-bit data. assuming that ROM space starting at 240H contains CHHATTISGARH by using – a) a Counter. List of Equipments/Machine Required: Microcontroller kit. Set the baud rate at 2400 baud. 5. Write a microcontroller 8051 program to transfer letter “N” serially at 9600 baud. 2. Results to be in R1-R0 pair. continuously. Write a microcontroller 8051 program that generates 2kHz square wave on pin P1. Write a microcontroller 8051 program for counter 1 in mode 2 to count the pulses and display the state o the TL1 count on P2. Write a microcontroller 8051 program to convert a binary number to equivalent BCD 8. 11. 16. Write a microcontroller 8051 program to add two unsigned 32-bit numbers. Results to be in R1-R0 pair. Write a microcontroller 8051 program to receive bytes of data serially. 12. and put them in P1. Write a microcontroller 8051 program to transfer word “CSVTU” serially at 4800 baud and one stop bit. Operands are two RAM variables. 14. 2. 10. Write a microcontroller 8051 program to get hex data on the range of 00-FFh from port 0 and convert it to decimal.

Bhilai Semester : VII Telecommunication Subject: Minor Project Total Practical Periods: 50 Total Marks in End Semester Examination: 100 • • • • • • • • • Branch: Electronics & Code: 328724 (28) The students are expected to take up a Project under the guidance of a faculty from the Institute. There will be an external viva-voce at the end of the semester and the students are to demonstrate the project at the time of viva-voce. national development and productivities. development of design method and identification. The students may be asked to work individually or in a group having not more than FOUR students. (Electronics & Telecommunication). The student/group of student shall collect all necessary information from literature on selected topic/project.E.Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekanand Technical University. source of data. . It should include the scope of project. Students should deliver a seminar on the selected Project/topic. The students are expected to submit the report in standard format approved by the University in partial fulfillment of the requirement for the degree of B. methodology. The topic of the project should be justified for the degree of BE (Electronics & Telecommunication) The project selected should ensure the satisfaction of the urgent need to establish a direct link between education. software analysis. identification of necessary data.

Shepherd.Economic feasibility of the Project. cultural. personality factors. Impact of Entrepreneurship for sustainable development. creativity. HPH Fundamentals of entrepreneurship.Characteristics of an entrepreneur. types of innovation -classified according to products. Peters. Sources of Business of Product Ideas. Prentice Hall of India A Guide to Entrepreneurship – David Oates. Steps in Identification of Business opportunity and its SWOT Analysis. . Considerations while preparing a Feasibility Report. Bhilai (C. processes or business organizations. Common Entrepreneurial competencies/Traits. Feasibility Report. innovation and imagination. Unit III Difference between entrepreneur and entrepreneurship. student Edition. Factors affecting entrepreneurial growth – Social.G.) Semester: VII Subject: Innovative & Entrepreneurial Skill Total Practical Periods: 28 Total Marks in End Semester Exam: --Minimum number of class test to be conducted: 2 Branch: Common to all branches Code: 300725 (36) Total Tut Periods: NIL Unit I Innovation: innovation.TMH Entrepreneurship in Action. Role of Entrepreneur. A Doer not a Dreamer. Prentice Hall of India Entrepreneurship Management and Development – Ajith Kumar. Entrepreneurship stimulants. Obstacles inhibiting Entrepreneurship. Types of entrepreneurs. UNIT-V Techno-Economic Feasibility of the project: Introduction. Techno.an abstract concept. Wiley. Entrepreneurship. Proforma of Feasibility Report. PHI Patterns of Entrepreneurship. psychological and Social Factors. Text and Reference Books: Competing through Innovation-Bellon & Whittington.Rober D Hisrich. Unit II Entrepreneurship: who is an entrepreneur? Entrepreneurship.A state of Mind. Functions of an entrepreneur.JAICO Publishing House.Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekanand Technical University. Difference between entrepreneur and intrapreneur.Jack M Kaplan. Unit IV Identification of Business Opportunities: Introduction.Mohanty.Coulter. Emergence of entrepreneur. Role of Institutions and entrepreneurship.

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