TEACHING SCHEDULE & STUDY SCHEME

M. TECH. PROGRAMME (Electronics & Communication Engineering)

PUNJAB TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY, JALANDHAR August, 2004

PTU/BOS/EC/201/28-07-2004

DETAILED SYLLABUS AND OTHER CONDITIONS FOR THE PROPOSED COURSE M.TECH. ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING Schedule of Teaching
Lecture Tutorials (per week) 4 0 Total 4 All theory subjects Project Seminar Dissertation

Schedule of Examination
Time Theory (Hrs.) Marks 3 100 Sessional Viva Total Marks 50 150 50 50 100 100 100 Satisfactory/not Satisfactory

SEMESTER-I EC-501 Advanced Mathematics for Engineers EC-502 Electronics System Design EC-503 Data Communication Network EC-504 Advanced Comm. Systems EC-505 Neural Network & Fuzzy Logic EC-506 Lab-I SEMESTER-II EC-507 Optical Communication Systems EC-508 Digital Speech & Image Processing EC-509 Information Theory and Coding ECElective-I ECElective-II EC-516 Lab-II SEMESTER-III ECElective-III ECElective-IV EC-580 Project EC-590 Seminar SEMESTER-IV EC-500 Dissertation LIST OF ELECTIVES ELECTIVE-I EC-510 Advanced Microprocessor & Embedded Systems EC-511 VLSI Design EC-512 Reliability of Electronics Comm. Systems ELECTIVE-II EC-513 Multimedia Comm. Systems EC-514 Parallel Processing EC-515 Peripheral System Design & Interfacing ELECTIVE-III EC-517 Modeling & Simulation of Comm. Systems EC-518 Microwave Theory & Technique EC-519 Detection & Estimation Theory EC-520 Wireless & Mobile Communication ELECTIVE-IV EC-521 Microelectronics Technology EC-522 Internetworking & Internet Protocols EC-523 RF Microwave & Antenna Theory EC-524 Computational Techniques

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Fourier Sine and Cosine Integral. 5.PTU/BOS/EC/201/28-07-2004 EC-501 Advanced Mathematics for Engineers Max. Properties. Hamilton’s Principle and Lagrange’s Equation. Properties of Z. Higher Engineering Mathematics . Grewal. Rayleigh-Ritz method. Isoperi-metric problem.by Elsgole. Convolution Theorem for Fourier Transforms. 1. The Brachistochrone problems and other applications. Modulation Theorem. 3.by Galfand & Fomin. 3 . Inverse Fourier Transform.S. Fourier Transforms of derivative of functions. Sneddon. Fourier Transforms. Fourier Transforms Introduction.by Churchill. Determination of Eigen values by iteration. B. 5. Calculus Of Variations Euler-Lagrange’s differential equation. Khanna Publishers 2. Crout’s triangularization method. Complex Variables & Applications . Calculus of Variations . Galerkin method.by Churchill.Transforms. Z -Transforms Introduction. Matrices And Linear System Of Equations Solution of linear simultaneous equations by Gaussian elimination and its modification. Calculus of Variations . 4. Gauss-Seidal method. 6.. linear transformations. Relation between Fourier and Laplace transform. McGraw Hill. Addison Wesley. 3. 4. Bi-linear transformations. Conformal Mapping Conformal mapping.by Dr. Marks: 100 Time Allowed: 3 Hrs Note: Eight questions of equal marks to be set covering the whole syllabus and any five to be attempted. Fourier Integral Theorem. Tata McGraw Hill. The Use of Integral Transforms . 2. Fourier Series and Boundary Values Problems . Parseval’s Identity. McGraw Hill. Books Recommended: 1.N.by I. Prentice Hall. Schwarz’sChristoffel transformations. Evaluation of inverse Z – Transforms. Complex form of Fourier Integrals. Iterative methods-Jacobins method.

MEV Approaches To Asynchronous Design. Plotting And Reading The Excitation Map. MDS Diagram. Design Steps For Next State Decoders. Interfacing digital system with different media like fiber cable. Bus Oriented Structures. Asynchronous Analysis. Design Of Asynchronous Machines. Tri-State Bus System. Hazards In Circuit Developed By MEV Method. Clock And Power Supply Requirements. Indirect Addressed Multiplexers Configurations.by Texas Instruments. Output Decoders. 4. Multi Input System Controller Design System Controllers. Wired Logic. Clocked T. Design Of Clock F/F. Defining The System. Books Recommended: 1. 3. MSI Decoders.PTU/BOS/EC/201/28-07-2004 EC-502 Electronics System Design Max. Cycle And Races. Architecture. ROM. Counters. Design Phases And System Documentation. Comparators. Marks: 100 Time Allowed: 3 Hrs Note: Eight questions of equal marks to be set covering the whole syllabus and any five to be attempted. Sequential Machines The Concept Of Memory. Synchronizing Two System And Choosing Controller. co-axial cable etc. Review of Digital electronics concept 2. Generation. D. Set / Reset. Hazards. Electromagnetic Interference And Electromagnetic Compatibility Grounding And Shielding of Digital Circuits. Position And Detailed Flow Diagram Development. State Reduction. Multiplexers In System Controllers. Design Of Out Put Decoders. Clock Skew. MSI and LSI Circuits And Their Applications Arithmetic Circuits. Propagation Delay. State Diagram Synchronous Analysis Process.by Fletcher PHI 1990 2. 3. Asynchronous Finite State Machines Scope. Programmable System Controllers. 5. PLA And PAL Based Design. Next State Decoders And Its Maps. Timing And Frequency Considerations. Conversion. Multiplexers. Functional. Code Converters. State Assignment. The Cell And The Bouncing Switch. Related IEEE/IEE publications 4 . 1. XOR And ANDOR INVERTER Gates. The Binary Cell. Shift Registers and Memory. Clocking Aspects. Clocked JK Flip Flop. Design Steps For Traditional Synchronous Sequential Circuits. Essential Hazards Map Entered Variable. Designing With TTL Circuits . An Engineering Approach To Digital Design .

1. 4. Mobile IP33N Operating System 9. LAN/MAN Technologies. Medium Access control protocols (CSMA/CD. Circuit Switching. Convergence and challenges 8. Token ring. Synchronous TDM. Prentice Hall. Link Control. Analog And Digital Data Transmission. Session Service And Protocols.D. Architecture. 3. 7. Protocol principles (Error control. Related IEEE/IEE publications 5 . Various Transmission Media. history. Transmission Impairments. 4th Ed. IP addressing. Message Switching. 6. Network Operating Systems Overview of network operating systems (Windows NT/Unix/Linux). Physical interfaces 3. FDDI. Bit Oriented and character oriented protocol. IPv4. Inter Networking. Pearson Edu. Virtual circuits and Data gram’s. Switching and Computer Networks Communication Networks. intrusion detection Systems Books Recommended: 1. Network security Security issues. Marks: 100 Time Allowed: 3 Hrs Note: Eight questions of equal marks to be set covering the whole syllabus and any five to be attempted.by Bertsekas prentice Hall 7. Flow control). 2.by Srinivasan Keshav. IPv6.25. concept of firewalls.by William Stallings.M. Computer Communication Architecture OSI and TCP/IP Model. Data And Computer Communication . Multiplexing F. Data communications and networking . Data Encoding. Transport layer Protocols. structure of IP. Protocol And Architecture. 2. approach to Computer Networking . DQDB) 6. ATM Networks Concepts. X.by Andrew Tanenbaum. Data Link Control Link Configurations. Error Detection and correction techniques. Digital Data Communication Techniques Asynchronous And Synchronous Transmission. Data Transmission Overview of Data Communication and networking. Data Networks . and Presentation/Application Controls.by Forouzan 5. Engg.PTU/BOS/EC/201/28-07-2004 EC-503 Data Communication Networks Max. Computer Networking . Data link layer services. Statistical TDM 5. Packet Switching.

PHI 3. Transmission protocols. Domestic Satellite Systems Using Small Earth Stations.by Timothy Pratt. Introduction Introduction to communications systems. Uplink Design. CDMA. Addison Wesley. Optical Networks . Pearson. 2. Multiple Access Techniques. Related IEEE/IEE publications 6 . Applications of communication systems. Digital Transmission and Transmission Impairments. 4. Design Of Down Links. SONET. 2. CDMA. Books Recommended: 1. Satellite Communication . Fading. QPSK. 1. Switching techniques. BPSK. Satellite Communication Basic Transmission Theory. Random Access. Delta Modulation. System Noise Temperature and G/T Ratio.by Uyless Black.by Wayne Tomasi. 3G systems. 5. TDMA. Practical Demand Access Systems. Estimating Channel Requirements. Digital Modulation techniques. DPCM. Architecture of Optical Transport Network. Introduction to GSM.by Proakis. Optical Networks WDM. Digital Communication Introduction. Switching.PTU/BOS/EC/201/28-07-2004 EC-504 Advanced Communication Systems Max. Quality of service (QOS). Pearson 4. TDM. analog and digital communication systems. Link Management Protocols. Telecommunication Infrastructure. Advanced Communication Systems . Marks: 100 Time Allowed: 3 Hrs Note: Eight questions of equal marks to be set covering the whole syllabus and any five to be attempted. Multiple Access With On Board Processing. Frequency Division Multiple Access (FDMA). VSAT 5. Design Of Satellite Link For Specified (C/N). Digital Communication . GPRS. 3. SDH. Mobile Communications Mobile telephone service. Solutions. PCM.

Knowledge representation and acquisition. Crisp set. De-Fuzzification. Fuzzy logic with engineering application . types of learning. Recurrent back propagation. 1. VLSI implementation of neural networks.Berkiu & Trubatch. Linguistic variables.M.PTU/BOS/EC/201/28-07-2004 EC-505 Neural Networks & Fuzzy Logics Max. Introduction to counter propagation networks. Applications of neural nets such as pattern recognition. Related IEEE/IEE publications 10. Model of a neuron.by Junhong NIE & DEREK LINKERS (PHI) 9. wasserman (ANZA PUB).by Bart Kosko 4. Unsupervised learning.THEN rules.(Jaico Pub) 7. Industrial applications. CMAC network. K-means clustering algorithm. FKBC & PID control.T (Tata Mc) 3. Fuzzy Neural Control . IEEE Press 7 . Associative memories. Fuzzy IF. Neural Networks .by ROSS J. 5. Reinfrank (Narosa Pub.) 8. 4. Fuzzy Logic: Basic concepts of fuzzy logic. Introduction to applied Fuzzy Electronics-Ahmad M. Unsupervised. An introduction to Fuzzy control . Neural Networks & Fuzzy Logic . Operations of fuzzy sets. Supervised. Neural networks characteristics. Neural computing theory & practice . Learning. Building Fuzzy IF-THEN Rule Bases – by Riza C. Artificial neural net terminology. Zurada. Fuzzy System Design Principles. M. speech and decision-making.by P. Variable inference techniques. 5. Radial basis function neural networks. Fuzzy vs. Membership functions. Re-inforcement learning. Topology.Ibrahim (PHI) 6. Kohonen`s feature maps. Basic learning laws in RBF nets. Introduction to artificial neural systems . Fuzzy system design. Driankor.D. Competitive learning. Books Recommended: 1. Hellendorn. H. Basic learning laws. 2. and ART networks. 3. Optimization.by D.by Simon Haykin 2. Marks: 100 Time Allowed: 3 Hrs Note: Eight questions of equal marks to be set covering the whole syllabus and any five to be attempted. History of development in neural networks principles. Antilock Breaking system (ABS). Basic fuzzy inference algorithm.by J. Basic Hop field model.

PTU/BOS/EC/201/28-07-2004 EC-506 Lab-I Max. 8 . Marks: 100 Time Allowed: 2hrs At least ten experiments are to be performed related to the subjects taught in 1st semester.

Transmitter Design 3.PTU/BOS/EC/201/28-07-2004 EC-507 Optical Communication Systems Max. Dispersion management Need Pre-compensation Schemes Best Compensation Techniques. Related IEEE/IEE publications 9 . Receiver Design.John Wiley & Sons 2.by GP Aggarwal . Optical receiver Photo detectors and their characteristics. Noise and Sensitivity in Optical Receivers Sensitivity degradation 4. 1. Optical transmitters LEDs Semiconductor lasers and their characteristics. Introduction to optical fibers Wave propagation Dispersion and its limitations. Multichannel Systems WDM Light wave Systems WDM Components System Performance tissues TDM.by Mynbev . Fiber-Optic Communication Systems . Dispersion Compensatory Fibers Optical Filters Fiber Bragg Grating 6. Optical Amplifiers Semiconductor Optical Amplifier Raman Amplifier. Marks: 100 Time Allowed: 3 Hrs Note: Eight questions of equal marks to be set covering the whole syllabus and any five to be attempted. losses and non-linear effects 2.John Wiley & Sons 3. Fiber-Optic Communication Systems . EDFA 5. CDM 7. Solution Systems Fiber Solutions Soliton based Communications Loss Managed Solitons Dispersion Managed Solitons High Speed Soliton Systems WDM Soliton Systems Books Recommended: 1.

Image enhancement-gray scale modification. the vocal tract. constrained deconvolution. 4. FFT. edge enhancement. intervals. rhythm. slant and cosine transforms. Speech Processing Review of human speech and Acoustic theory. Pearson Education Society. DFT. Linear phase FIR filters. compression schemes-Karhunen Loeve compression predictive coding schemes. edge detection. duration. Digital Signal Processing .by Proakis & Manolakis 2. the Larynx. Methods of IIR filter design. the source filter. Image Processing Characterization of images as two-dimensional discrete fields. seismic. 3. Human speech production.by Keenneth R Castleman. Digital Image Processing . restoration-Wiener filtering. Woods. image. Books Recommended: 1. 1. geometry and shape description.by Rafact Gonzalez and Richard E. textural properties. Hadamard. Speech and Audio Processing for multimedia PC’s . Fourier transfer. 2.PTU/BOS/EC/201/28-07-2004 EC-508 Digital Speech & Image Processing Max. unitary transforms— DFT. The hardware use of FIR & IIR filters. Music theory. Pearson Education Society. virtual display. Digital Image Processing . Elements of speech Synthesis-speech Recognition-speech in the computer-human interface. Methods of FIR filter design. recursive filtering. nature of sound. pitch. medical and other areas. harmonics. Related IEEE/IEE publications 10 . Speech signal processing-the phasor mode. Applications of FIR & IIR filters in speech.by Iain Murray 3. Segmentation. Review of Filter design. 5. thresholding. Marks: 100 Time Allowed: 3 Hrs Note: Eight questions of equal marks to be set covering the whole syllabus and any five to be attempted. Software. resonance measurement.

Dass. Sampling Process Base band and band pass sampling theorems reconstruction from samples. Base band shaping for data transmission. using orthogonal Signaling 5. S. channel capacity theorem. Marks: 100 Time Allowed: 3 Hrs Note: Eight questions of equal marks to be set covering the whole syllabus and any five to be attempted. 1992 3. 1.PTU/BOS/EC/201/28-07-2004 EC-509 Information Theory & Coding Max. Malik & P. Chatterjee. Bit error analysis. Practical aspects of sampling and signal recovery TDM 3. Bit Vs symbol error probability and bandwidth efficiency. . cyclic codes and convolution codes Viterbi decoding algorithm and trellis codes. Books Recommended: 1.K. 4. Related IEEE/IEE publications 11 . 1991. Error Control Coding Rationale for coding Linbear block codes. Coherent and non-coherent detection. PAM signals and their power spectra Nyquist criterion ISI and eye pattern Equalization. Elements of information theory Source coding theorem. Digital Modulation Techniques Binary and M-ary modulation techniques. Waveform Coding Techniques PCM Channel noise and error probability DPCM and DM Coding speech at low bit rates Prediction and adaptive filters. Huffman coding. 1992 4. entropy 2. Information Theory and Reliable Communication: Robert G. Shenonfano theorem. Introduction to the theory of Error correcting codes: Vera Press.K. Gallanger Mc Graw Hill. 2. Channel coding theorem. Principles of digitals communication: J.

Pearson Education. Memory Addressing Architecture. Embedded Controllers by Berry B. Books Recommended: 1. 8086 microprocessor & Architecture by Liu. Basic IO subsystems. 3. 2. Basic Instruction Types. Special I/O Devices. Instructions. Marks: 100 Time Allowed: 3 Hrs Note: Eight questions of equal marks to be set covering the whole syllabus and any five to be attempted. Modem. Instruction set. Microprocessor Architectural Concepts Review of 16-bit Microprocessor Architecture. Gibson. Bray. Word Lengths. Polling And Interrupts. Interface. I/O Devices. Parallel I/O Serial Communication. Serial Interface And UART. Control Logic And Internal Data Bus. Mnemonics. Example embedded controllers. Introduction to Pentium Architecture. 4. Interfacing I/O Microprocessor. PHI. Embedded Controllers & Systems Architecture of 80186 & 80188 CPU subsystems. Microprocessor Speed. Addressing Modes. Registers. Architecture Characteristics. 5. Microprocessor Instructions And Communications Instruction Set. Addressing Modes. Microprocessor I/O Data Communication. TMH. Memory Subsystem. GPR’s. 1. D/A & A/D Interface. Short. 3. ALU. Interrupts And DMA. 4. Intel Series Of Microprocessors: By Berry B. Embedded Microprocessor System Design by Kenneth L. 2. Addressable Memory. Bray Pearson Education.PTU/BOS/EC/201/28-07-2004 EC-510 Advanced Microprocessor & Embedded Systems Max. Related IEEE/IEE publications 12 .

Related IEEE/IEE publications 13 . programmable logic array (PLA). meta-stability. Fundamentals of Digital Design . 4. Implementation of Design in PLD’s. Verilog HDL: Digital Design & Synthesis – by Samir Palnitker 6. Data flow Modeling. Behavioral Modeling. design of mealy and Moore machines. I. Digital Design Principle & Practice – by John. VHDL Need for HDL’s. methods to eliminate meta-stability single synchronizer and double synchronizer. structural. timing analysis of combinational and sequential circuits. MTBF Clocking strategies. data types. Overview Overview of combinational and sequential circuits. Complex PLD’s (CPLD). SDR. An Engg. Approach to Digital Design . Fletcher 5. Wakerly. Modeling of combinational and sequential circuits. sequential logic. Graw Hill 4. state minimization. H.. Introduction to field programmable gate arrays-types of FPGA’s. Roth. Introduction to Xilinx series. ROM.by Charles. RTL. Programmable Array Logic (PAL). F. Advanced Modeling concepts. Design flow.by William. overview of VHDL. Structural Modeling. Mc. Configurable logic Block (CLB) Input/ Output Block (IOB). state assignments. 2. SRAM. verification. switch model. design of RAM. Charge Coupled Devices (CCD’s). 1. Jaico Publishing House 2. DRAM. Verilog Verilog as HDL. Mixed Modeling. Programmable logic Devices Basic concepts. FPGA. Marks: 100 Time Allowed: 3 Hrs Note: Eight questions of equal marks to be set covering the whole syllabus and any five to be attempted. Books Recommended: 1. Logic Operators. Xilinx Xc9500. PHI 3.PTU/BOS/EC/201/28-07-2004 EC-511 VLSI Design Max. Documents of Xilinx] 7. Jr. tasks and functions. User defined primitives. VHDL Analysis & Modeling of Digital Systems – by Z Navabi. 5. Sequential Machine Design State diagram. 3. Structure of standard PLD’s Complex (PLD’s). HDL model abstraction-behavioral. XC4000 family. Modeling of combinational logic.

calculation of failure rate. Reliability Analysis. Reliability Engg. Time dependence. Measurement & prediction of Human Reliability. Measures of Maintainability. Maintainability and Availability Maintainability and its equation. Related IEEE/IEE publications 14 . Factors Affecting maintainability. By Dr. r out of n. Availability Intrinsic availability equipment availability & Mission availability. By Govil. 2. concepts of network topology. series parallel systems. use of Reliability Data. System Reliability and Modeling Series systems. Books Recommended: 1. Parallel system. Application of Weibill distribution. Structure of value Engg. 6. Marks: 100 Time Allowed: 3 Hrs Note: Eight questions of equal marks to be set covering the whole syllabus and any five to be attempted. Quality and Reliability.A. Stand by systems. safety margins in critical Devices. 2. 3. Value Engineering Techniques in value Engg. Concept of reliability Failures of systems and its modes. Reliability Management. destruction tests and their Mathematic modeling. Configurations. Reliability Engg. 1.Aggarwal. Replacement processes and Policies.PTU/BOS/EC/201/28-07-2004 EC-512 Reliability of Electronics & Communication Systems Max. Measure of Reliability. simulation and Reliability prediction. Hazard rate MTBF and their interrelations. Mean Down Time. Life Testing of Equipments Non-destructive tests. Methods of tie set and cut sets of Or reliability evaluation. 1992. Reliability Data and Analysis Data sources. Reliability Determination. Monte Carlo method. Overall reliability evolution. 1992. 5. case studies. 4. Reliability function. Performance Parameters. Data collection. Reliability and safety. 3.K.

3. Run length. Multimedia Communications Introduction to various multimedia comm. ATM. Circuit switched Networks. Lossy/ Lossless compression. Digital Communication by Proakis. JPEG.PTU/BOS/EC/201/28-07-2004 EC-513 Multimedia Communication Systems Max. BMP. AVI. Audio/ Video Streaming. 4. 1. World Wide Web The Internet. Standards for Multimedia Compression. DFX. Multimedia Communications by Fred Halsall. Image compression techniques. Variable length. High Speed Modems. Multimedia Information Representation Different types of multimedia information. Marks: 100 Time Allowed: 3 Hrs Note: Eight questions of equal marks to be set covering the whole syllabus and any five to be attempted. Protocols and Standards. Channel encoding. Networks. Enterprise networks. 5. Audio and Video Compression. Huffman. Video Conferencing. TIFF. Internet Resources. MPEG Audio/ Video Standards. Packet switched networks. Information representation. 6. Challenges for encryption and decryption. Multimedia File Formats Various files formats for multimedia and their applications. Text compression techniques. Related IEEE/IEE publications 15 . Application Support Functions. 2. Prentice Hall. bandwidth and compression issues. Compression Techniques Encoding and decoding techniques. PNG. Digital Communication basics Source encoding. Entertainment Networks. Techniques. 3. Books Recommended: 1. 4. Prentice Hall. 2. Applications. Internet Multimedia Applications. Frame Relay.

3. System interconnect architectures. speedup performance laws.Theory Of Parallelism Parallel computer models . Morgan Kaufman Publishers. UNIX. Computer Structures. "Advanced Computer Architecture". 1994. McGraw Hill International. 2. 1990. parallel processing applications. 3. Hennessy and David A. Multithreaded and data flow architectures. Pipelining And Superscalar Technologies Parallel and scalable architectures. Program partitioning and scheduling. M. Bell. Multiprocessor and Multicomputers. shared memory organisations. 4. William Stallings. Macmillan Publishing Company.PTU/BOS/EC/201/28-07-2004 EC-514 Parallel Processing Max. 1993. superscalar and vector processors. MACH and OSF/1 for parallel computers. cache memory organisations.G. 1990.P. 5. Inc. Languages and compilers. "Designing Efficient Algorithms for Parallel Computers". 2. Principle and Examples. "Computer Organization and Architecture". Marks: 100 Time Allowed: 3 Hrs Note: Eight questions of equal marks to be set covering the whole syllabus and any five to be attempted. bus cache and shared memory . McGraw Hill International. 6. J. Siewiorek. Software And Parallel Programming Parallel models.. McGraw Hill. Newell. Quinn. Parallel program development and environments.backplane bus systems. Program and network properties Conditions of parallelism. A. scalability analysis and approaches. Program flow mechanisms. PRAM and VLSI models. 1. Computer Architecture A Quantitative approach. sequential and weak consistency models. 4. Kai Hwang. Multiprocessors and Multicomputers and Multivectors and SIMD computers. Architectural development tracks. Hardware Technologies Processor and memory hierarchy advanced processor technology. Principles of scalable performance . Related IEEE/IEE publications 16 . John L. Patterson. 1982. Scalable. virtual memory technology. Multivector and SIMD computers.the state of computing. Books Recommended: 1. D.performance matrices and measures. memory hierarchy technology. G.

Smith. 5. Bus and their applications. 3. PCI Bus. cross compilers. Interfacing PC to various cards. Student Reference Manual For Electronics Instrumentation Labs by Stanley wolf and Richard F.Stepper motor milli volts. dally. Automated test equipments etc. Marks: 100 Time Allowed: 3 Hrs Note: Eight questions of equal marks to be set covering the whole syllabus and any five to be attempted. 2. Related IEEE/IEE publications 17 . 4. Intelligent Instrumentation by George C. Simulator In circuit emulators. Programming methodology for input/output application. Design criterion with PCs Application of PC buses (ISA. 3.M. VESA-VL) and associated signals. and RS-449 communication interface. I/O 2. PHI 5. 6. current loop interface. 1. Multi bus. Interface Standard I/O interfaces RS-232 C. Programmable logic controllers. Instrumentation for Engg. John Wilay and Sons 4. Handshakes. I/O and Interrupt map. William F. PC based data acquisition system. Measurement by James W. PCI. EISA. Communication controllers. GPIB signals and GPIB programming techniques operating system calls. DMA controller. Barney. Interfacing A Laboratory Approach by Deonzo. EISA. Peripherals Peripherals like CRT controller. Programmable keyboard/Display interfaces and Associated circuitries. RS-232 D Centronics interface.PTU/BOS/EC/201/28-07-2004 EC-515 Peripheral System Design & Interfacing Max. Development tools Microprocessor development system. Books Recommended: 1. PHI. Controllers PID controllers. PHI. Milliamps. Riley. Bus system Bus systems in microcomputers ST 100 bus. HP IB/GPIB Bus.

PTU/BOS/EC/201/28-07-2004 EC-516 Lab-II Max. 18 . Marks: 100 Time Allowed: 2hrs At least ten experiments are to be performed related to the subjects taught in 2nd semester.

P. Advantages & Limitations of Simulation. elimination of initial bias. transformations of random processes. Continuous & discrete LT systems. Case studies Case study of 64-OAM equalized digital radio link in a fading environment and satellite system. Introduction Concept of Simulation. Analog & Digital Simulation. Model. Jeruchim & Others. 6. Noise interference and error. replication. System Simulation – by DS Hira 4.PTU/BOS/EC/201/28-07-2004 EC-517 Modeling & Simulation of Communication Systems Max. Simulation of Communication Systems by M. Bounds and approximations of Random processes. generation of random variables using common distributions. Nelson. Control coding. Persian Edu. Marks: 100 Time Allowed: 3 Hrs Note: Eight questions of equal marks to be set covering the whole syllabus and any five to be attempted. Hybrid Simulation. Steps in Simulation Study 2. Review of signals and systems. Simulation of random variables & random processors. Asia. Books Recommended: 1. Continuous & Discreet Models. 2. Modeling of communication system Information sources encoding/decoding. Discreet Event System Simulation – by Banks. sampling & quantization for simulation 4. Performance evaluation techniques. Univariat & Multivariat Models. base band modulation and mapping. RF and optical modulation demodulation.C. Types of Model. PSpice Simulation of analog systems using PSpice 7. Synchronization. Filtering communication channels and models. properties & testing of random numbers. 3. System. 5. 5. design of simulation experiment – length of run. Simulation and modeling methodology Simulation environment. Modeling consideration. Error sources in simulation. Related IEEE/IEE publications 19 . Deterministic & Stochastic models. variance reduction techniques. Plenum Press. Real Time Simulation. Modern Digital and Communication Systems by Lathi B. Generation of random numbers. Carsen. 3. Transformation functions. Spread spectrum techniques. Random Number Psedue Random Numbers. 1.

Introduction to monolithic microwave integrated circuits. Line Connections. Propagation constant. IMPATT diodes. Comparison of plane waves & transmission Line quantities.A. Parametric amplifiers.Qitz method. Electromagnetic Waves Review of electromagnetic field equation and their rotation. Excitation of different modes in a wave guide. Lumped-Element Equivalents of Lines.. Microwave Propagation & Techniques by D. Sarkar 4. Power. The Propagation of Waves on Transmission Lines: The wave equation.Collin 2. The Quarter-wave Transformer. Marks: 100 Time Allowed: 3 Hrs Note: Eight questions of equal marks to be set covering the whole syllabus and any five to be attempted. Terminated lines. TRAPATT diodes. The Coaxial Line. Books Recommended: 1. Field Theory of guided waves by R. Microwave filter design based on binomial and chebychev quarterwave transforms. Constant power & gain circles. Open Circuited Line. Mixed analysis. Application of Conformal Mapping. BARITT diodes. Hybrid integrated circuits.E. Oscillator circuit. Skin depth. Characteristics impedance and characteristics admittance.C. Mixers noise figure. Impedance & Admittance coupled cavity filters and other types. Microwave measurements. Electric & Magnetic fields in ellipsoids. Oscillators & Mixers: Gunn oscillators. Microwave components Microwave Amplifier: Design using s-parameter. Transmission: Line Application & Techniques. stability criteria. The ray leigh . Waldron 3.Loaded Rectangular Guides. Telegraphists' equations. Vvariation techniques & its application. 3. The Parallel-Plate Line. Binomial Matching. Transmission line parameters. 4. The admittance matrix. Mixers. Ferrite slabs in rectangular guides. Attenuation constant & phase constant. Inhomogeneously Filled Wave guides: Dielectric Slab. The strip transmission Line. Dielectric constant of low loss & high loss material. Transmission Lines Matrix Representation of network: The impedance matrix. Short circuited line. Theory of Guided Electromagnetic waves by R.PTU/BOS/EC/201/28-07-2004 EC-518 Microwave Theory and Techniques Max. Transited oscillators. 2. Related IEEE/IEE publications 20 . Stub Matching. The Cascade matrix. Demagnetizing Factors & Depolarizing Factors. Method of calculation. Solution of wave equations. 1. Perturbation techniques & its application. Elementary Theory of Wave guides Review of rectangular & circular wave guides. Circular polarization.

special random processes (white gaussian noise. stochastic integrals. Ergodicity.by HL Van Trees Wiley New York 2. Detection and estimation theory Hypothesis testing. 5. stationary and non-stationary processes. Discrete and continuous time filters. 2. special random processes. Optimum filtering Matched filters for deterministic signals in white and coloured gaussian noise.Viswamathan (PHI) 3.by Hancock and Wintz. Rajasekran. Timebandwidth relationship: RMS duration and bandwidth. shot-noise processes Markov processes). Dimensionality of signal spaces. Wiener filters for random signals in white and coloured gaussian noise.Bayes. Elements sequential and non-parametric detection. power spectral density. radar and sonar systems Books Recommended: 1. Applications to communication. 3.by MD Srinath. Wiener-Levy processes. Types of estimates and error bounds. PK.by AD Whalen. correlation functions. Wiener-Hopf and Kalman filtering. K-L expansion & narrow band representations). R. Introduction to Statistical Signal Processing with Application . Related IEEE/IEE publications 21 . General gaussian problem. Marks: 100 Time Allowed: 3 Hrs Note: Eight questions of equal marks to be set covering the whole syllabus and any five to be attempted. Statical communication theory Representation of deterministic signals. Review of random processes Definition and classification. Detection and estimation in coloured noise. Signal detection theory . Representation of random processes (via sampling. orthogonal representation of signals.PTU/BOS/EC/201/28-07-2004 EC-519 Detection & Estimation Theory Max. 4. Fourier transforms of random processes. uncertainty relations. 1. transformations of random processes by linear systems. 4. Detection Estimation and Modulation Theory . Construction of orthogonal basis functions. Minimax and Neyman-Pearson criteria. Detection of signals and noise .

GSM Architecture and Interfaces. Cellular Transmission Principles. Books Recommended: 1.by Stallings 4. Wireless Communication and Networks . 6. Applications of CDMA in Wireless/Personal Communications . IEEE 802. 11 Wireless LAN standard. Pearson 6. Communication Networks. Related IEEE/IEE publications 22 . GSM Logical Channels and Frame Structure.by V K Garg. Cordless Systems and Wireless Local Loop Mobile IP and Wireless access protocol 4. Wireless Communication Technology Antennas and Propagation Signal. 5. Voice Applications in CDMA System. Radio Link Features in GSM. Principles and Applications of GSM . 1. Transmission Fundamentals. Speech Coding in GSM (Messages. Mobile Communication . Protocols and TCP/IP Suite 2. Network and Data Link Layers of CDMA. Wireless Networking Satellite Communications. Services and Call Flows in GSM). K Smolik 2. Introduction Technical Background. CDMA Standards System Architecture for CDMA.byV K Garg Prentice Hall 3.by Lee. Cellular Communication Fundamentals. Spread Spectrum Coding and Error Control 3. Mobile Communication Schiller Prentice Hall 5. RF Engineering and Facilities Wireless Data. Wireless LANs Wireless LAN Technology. Signaling Applications in CDMA System.PTU/BOS/EC/201/28-07-2004 EC-520 Wireless and Mobile Communication Max. Marks: 100 Time Allowed: 3 Hrs Note: Eight questions of equal marks to be set covering the whole syllabus and any five to be attempted. Encoding Techniques.

double metal single poly silicon C-MOS process. 4. C-MOS inverters. 5. 3. clocked sequential circuits. Basic VLSI design systems & circuits . design rules. super buffers. VLSI design techniques for analog & digital circuit . thermal aspects of processing. switch logic. And Eshrachian K (phi). examples of combinational logic. latch up on C-MOS circuits. Allen PE & Strader ME (Mc graw hill 1990). Subsystem design & layout Architectural issues. propagation delays. scaling of wires and inter connections Books Recommended: 1. 2. and production of masks. 1. stick diagram. gate logic. Related IEEE/IEE publications 23 . pass transistor.by Geigar BR. pull-up to pull down ratio for an N-MOS inverter. limitations. Scaling of MOS circuits Scaling factor. 3. Design processes MOS layers. N-MOS and CMOS processor.by DA. Basic circuit concepts Sheets resistance. MOS transistor circuit model. enhancement and depletion model transistors. inverter delay.PTU/BOS/EC/201/28-07-2004 EC-521 Microelectronics Technology Max. and other system consideration. 6. Marks: 100 Time Allowed: 3 Hrs Note: Eight questions of equal marks to be set covering the whole syllabus and any five to be attempted. area capacitance delay unit. Review of MOS technology Basic MOS transistors. Electrical properties of MOS circuit Parameters of MOS transistors. N-MOS inverter. AWA OX C-MOS process description. 1988. 2.

IPsec. Related IEEE/IEE publications 24 . Internet Addresses Universal Identifiers. 2. TCP/IP Suite by Forouzan. difference between X. Books Recommended: 1. Addressing Conventions. ICMP. Pearson. IP fragmentation. Gateway to Gateway Protocol (GGP). 3. Intrusion Detection Systems. supernet/ subnet addressing. Protocol layering. Review of Underlying Technologies LAN.PTU/BOS/EC/201/28-07-2004 EC-522 Internetworking and Internet Protocols Max. Bootp). OSPF. Internetworking Internet as a virtual network. Ethernet Topology. Denial of Service Attacks. users view. PRO net technology. Introduction and Overview The need of Internet. Marks: 100 Time Allowed: 3 Hrs Note: Eight questions of equal marks to be set covering the whole syllabus and any five to be attempted. SSL. PHI. ARPANET. MAN. TMH. TCP/IP Illustrated by Stevan. History & scope. congestion control techniques. Internetworking with TCP/IP vol-1 by Comer. Exterior Gateway Protocol (EGP). Protocol standardization. Token Ring. 5. Internetworking concepts and architectural model. FDDI. network and broadcast addresses. Internetworking devices (routers. Security Issues Reliable Transactions and Security on Internet. gateways). Three Primary Classes of IP Addresses. 3. 4. WAN. 4. 1. routing algorithms. Managing Internet. Structure of IP packets. Determining Internet Addresses at Startup (DHCP. class less addressing. Concept of Firewalls. application level Internet connection. Mapping Internet Addresses to Physical Addresses (ARP/ RARP). Interconnection through IP gateway. Data encryption. Internet services. 2. bridges. TCP/IP Internet.25 and Internet layering.

Insertion loss. Remote sensing. loaded Q. mutual coupling. RF Electronic concepts Resonant circuits. and the Resonance Method. excitations of wave guides and cavities. printed antennas.by RE Collin 3. Related IEEE/IEE publications 25 . Antennas and wireless communication. 3. Introduction RF and Microwaves. Reflectors. 2. Antenna and Radio Wave Propagation – by RE Collin 4. 4. RF Impedance Matching: The L-Network. Marks: 100 Time Allowed: 3 Hrs Note: Eight questions of equal marks to be set covering the whole syllabus and any five to be attempted. waveguide function. Antennas: Theory and Practice – by R Chatterjee 5. Radar. Radmanesh (Pearson Education Asia) 2.PTU/BOS/EC/201/28-07-2004 EC-523 RF Microwave and Antenna Theory Max. Horns. arrays and phase arrays. Network concepts: obstacles in wave guides. Analysis of a simple circuit in Phasor domain. Tapped-L Transformer. high RF and microwave circuits. properties of RF and Microwaves. Microwave Antenna Theory Concepts of radtrlion. Aperture Antennas. 1. lumped and distributed circuit elements. S-parameters description of passive and active networks. Navigation. Dipoles. Radio Frequency & Microwave Electronics-Mathew. broad -band antenna. the Absorption Method. Lens antennas low frequency active antenna. Slot antennas. Impendence transformers: Tapped-C transformer. RF and Microwave Circuit design Low RF Circuit design considerations. Books Recommended: 1. Applications of RF/Microwave – Communications. Foundation of Microwave Engineering . Wireless applications. Review of Maxwell equations. M. Impedance transformation.

Introduction to Finite Element Method.PTU/BOS/EC/201/28-07-2004 EC-524 Computational Techniques Max. Runga-Kutta Methods. Everett’s Formula. Application to boundary value problems Books Recommended: 1. Numerical solution of partial differential equations. Numerical Solution of Ordinary differential equations Initial value problems. Van Nostrand 6. Wiley Eastern 5. Marks: 100 Time Allowed: 3 Hrs Note: Eight questions of equal marks to be set covering the whole syllabus and any five to be attempted. errors.S. Trapezoidal rule. Solution of Laplace equation by Jacobi’s Methods.K. Hermite Interpolation.Bashforth Method. Finite-difference approximation to derivatives. Grewal. Numbers and their accuracy. Two-point boundary value problems.B. Single-step methods. Jain. Simpson’s Rule. Newton’s Formulae for interpolation. 1. general error Formula 2. Weighted Residual Method. Difference of a Polynomial. Interpolation Formula. Numerical Integration. Interpolation with unevenly spaced points: Lagrange’s.D Conte. Finite element method. Elementary Numerical Analysis – S. forward differences. Stirling Formula. Khanna Publisher 26 . Prentice Hall of India 3. Errors in Numerical Calculation Introduction. 3. Numerical Methods By Dr. Variational Methods. Backward difference. Interpolation Finite differences.I. Scarborough. Symbolic Relations. B. By Desai & Abel. Wood Stock Publishing. Introduction to Matrix & Numerical Methods By K. Predictor Corrector Methods. Absolute. Numerical Solution of differential Equations by M. McGraw Hill 2. Newton’s General Interpolation Formula. Gaussian quadrature. Numerical Differentiation. Simultaneous and Higher order equations.S Sastry. Central Difference. Numerical Mathematical Analysis. Introduction methods of Numerical analysis S. Bessel’s Formula. Relative and percentage errors and their analysis. 7. Adams. Finite elements. Central Difference. Gauss Central Difference Formulae. J. Multisteps Methods. Milne’s methods. Oxford 4. Majid.