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[Effective from the session 2011-12] YEAR 4th, SEMESTER-VII Evaluation Scheme SESSIONAL EXAM. ES CT TA Tota E l
THEORY SUBJECTS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. EOE 07* Open Elective-I** 3 3 3 3 3 2 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 30 30 30 30 30 15 20 20 20 20 20 10 50 50 50 50 50 25 100 100 100 100 100 50 150 150 150 150 150 75 4 4 4 4 4 -
EOE 02* Departmental Elective-II EEC 701 Optical Communication EEC 702 Data Communication Networks EEC 703 VLSI Design AUC *Human Values & Professional 001 Ethics PRACTICAL/DESIGN/DRAWING EEC 751 EEC 752 EEC 753 EEC 754 GP 701 Microwave & Fiber Optic Lab Electronics Circuit Design Lab Industrial Training Viva-Voce Project General Proficiency Total
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** Open Electives-I EOE-071 Entrepreneurship Development EOE-072 Quality Management EOE-073 Operation Research EOE-074 Introduction to Biotechnology EOE-075 Micro and smart systems
3. LUCKNOW Study and Evaluation Scheme B. ES CT TA Tota E l S. in Electronics & Communication Engineering [Effective from the session 2011-12] YEAR 4th. No. Tech.B. 5. Course Code SUBJECT L T P Subject Total THEORY SUBJECTS 1. EOE 08* EEC 03* EEC 801 EEC 802 AUC 001 Open Elective-II** Departmental Elective-III Wireless & Mobile Communication Electronics Switching 3 3 3 3 2 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 30 30 30 30 15 20 20 20 20 10 50 50 50 50 25 100 100 100 100 50 150 150 150 150 75 4 4 4 3 - *Human Values & Professional Ethics PRACTICAL/DESIGN/DRAWING EEC 851 GP 801 Project General Proficiency Total 6. 7. 2. 0 12 0 4 12 12 120 100 180 100 50 350 250 650 350 50 1000 Credit 8 1 24 PERIODS ** Open Electives-II EOE-081 Non Conventional Energy Resources EOE-082 Nonlinear Dynamic system EOE-083 Product Development EOE-084 Automation and Robotics . 4.G. TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY. SEMESTER-VIII Evaluation Scheme SESSIONAL EXAM.
EEC 022 3. EEC 013 4. EEC 032 3. EEC 034 5. EEC 012 3.LIST OF ELECTIVES: Elective – I 1. EEC 011 2. EEC 035 Optical Networks Digital System Design using VHDL Speech Processing Integrated Circuit Technology Introduction to RADAR systems . EEC 033 4. EEC 021 2. EEC 023 4. EEC 014 Analog Signal Processing Data Structure Advance Semiconductor Devices Microcontrollers Elective – II 1. EEC 024 Satellite Communication Digital Image Processing ANN Filter Design Elective – III 1. EEC 031 2.
Fiber dispersion measurement techniques. Group delay. Pearson Education. “Optical Fiber Communications”. advantages of optical fiber communications. 2004.Material dispersion. Analog receivers 8 8 8 8 V Link Design: Point to Point Links. 2. Probability of error. Modulation. Power Penalities. Threshold conditions. Types of Dispersion . Govind P. Optical sources.Fundamental receiver operation. Power. Structures. John M. Quantum limit. Receiver configuration. 4th Edition. Information capacity determination. Temperature effect on Avalanche gain. Laser Diodes. Core and Cladding losses. Digital signal transmission.Physical principles of PIN and APD. 3rd Edition.Introduction. “Fiber Optic Communication Systems”. Optical fiber Modes and configuration. “Fiber Optic Communication”. . Mode Field Diameter. Laser diode to fiber coupling. Effective Refractive Index. Optical fiber wave guides. Agrawal. Step Index fibers. Couplers and Isolators. 2004. Wave-guide dispersion. Detector response time. Equilibrium Numerical Aperture. Overall fiber dispersion in Multi mode and Single mode fibers.LEDs. Materials. Senior. Single mode fibers. Mode theory for circular Waveguides. Gerd Keiser. Attenuation Measurements Techniques. Power launching. reliability of LED & ILD Source to fiber power launching .Output patterns. error sources. Comparison of Photo detectors. Scattering and Bending losses. Power coupling. Laser diode rate equations. Quantum efficiency. External quantum efficiency. PEARSON. John Wiley. 2008. Semiconductor injection Laser: Modes. Polarization mode dispersion. WDM concepts and component overview. 2. Absorption. Power bandwidth product. Intermodal dispersion.Basic concepts. Optical receiver operation. resonant frequencies. 2010. Fiber Material and its Fabrication Techniques Signal distortion in optical fibers. Optical detectors.Cut off wavelength. TMH.Attenuation.Multichannel Transmission Techniques. 4th Ed. Graded Index fibers. Joseph C. 3rd Edition. Plais. Digital receiver performance. Ray theory transmission.SYLLABUS EEC 701 OPTICAL COMMUNICATION UNIT TOPICS 3 1 0 LECTURES I II III IV Overview of optical fiber communicationThe general system. REFERENCE BOOKS 1. “Optical Fiber Communications”. Classifications. Non linear effects. Optical fiber Connectors: Joints. Error 8 control. Pulse broadening. OTDR and optical Power meter TEXT BOOKS: 1.
Protocols & Standards. A. 2. . PHI. Fast Ethernet. Transmission Media: Guided and unguided Media Review. CSMA/CD. Cryptography. Point-to-Point Protocol Multiple Access : RANDOH. HDLC.16 Network Layer : Design Issues. Channelization Wired LANs: IEEE Standards. CDMA. ATM ATM. OSI Model. A.EEC 702 DATA COMMUNICATION NETWORKS Unit Topic 3 1 0 Lectures I Introduction to Networks & Data Communications The Internet. “Data and Computer Communication”. 2007 Reference Books: 1. TCP / IP. Flow and Error Control Protocols.IPV4 Addresses. Forouzan. Connecting Devices. Stallings. PHI. Switching: Datagram Networks. Addressing. Controlled Access. Hardware Addressing versus IP Addressing. “Computer Networks”. Bluetooth IEEE 802. Congestion control Algorithms. W. Line Coding Review. S. Virtual Circuit Networks. Routing Algorithms.Ethernet Physical Layer. Internet Protocol. Gigabit Ethernet. 4th ed. “Data Communications and Networking”. CSMA/CA. Virtual LAN IPV6 Addresses. IP Data Gram Transport Layer Protocol : UDP and TCP. Noiseless Channel and Noisy Channel Protocol. MGH. Wireless LAN IEEE 802.11. Layered Tasks. Data Link Layer: Error detection and Correction Data Link Control: Framing. Standard Ethernet. Tanenbaum. B. Structure of a switch . Network Security 8 II 8 III 8 IV 8 V 8 Text Books: 1.
Design for Testability: Introduction. clocked latch and FF circuits. Overview of Power Consumption. 3. DRAM. 3rd Ed. synchronous dynamic circuit techniques.. Reduction of Switched Capacitance and Adiabatic Logic Circuits. Scaling and Small geometry effects and capacitances II MOS Inverters: Introduction.Current /Voltage Characteristics. flash memory. D. MOS Transistor : MOS Structure. complex logic circuits.EEC 703 VLSI DESIGN Topic Unit I Introduction: Overview of VLSI Design Methodologies. Low – Power Design through voltage scaling. PHI. Reference Books: 2. SR latch circuits. Design Hierarchy. TMH. Sung-Mo Kang & Yosuf Leblebici. “Basic VLSI Design: Systems and Circuits”. MOS logic circuits with depletion NMOS Loads. Eshraghian. Estimation and Optimization of switching activity. 2002. NMOS and CMOS fabrication. Controllability and Observability. MOS Inverters . CMOS D latch and edge triggered FF. Fault Types and Models. stick diagram and mask layout design. IV Dynamic logic circuits: Introduction. V Low – Power CMOS Logic Circuits: Introduction. A. Modularity and Locality. MOSFET Fabrication: Fabrication process flow. III Combinational MOS Logic Circuits: Introduction. Delay – Time Definitions. Pucknell and K. Scan Based and BIST Techniques 3 1 0 Lectures 8 8 8 8 8 Text Book: 1. “CMOS Digital Integrated Circuits: Analysis & Design”. CMOS transmission gates (pass gates) Sequential MOS Logic Circuits: Introduction. Third Edition. Inverters with n-type MOSFET load. SRAM. . 3rd Edition. dynamic CMOS circuit techniques. Concepts of Regularity. Modern VLSI Design: System on Chip. CMOS Inverter.Wolf. The MOS System under external bias. domino CMOS logic. Operation of MOSFET. and Inverter Design with Delay Constraints. ROM. W. basic principle of pass transistor circuits. layout design rules.Switching Characteristics: Introduction. 1994. VLSI Design Flow. CMOS logic circuits. Calculation of Delay Times. MOSFET . Ad Hoc Testable Design Techniques. behaviour bistable elements. Resistive Load Inverter. Pearson. Semiconductor memories: Introduction.
Low gain omni directional Antenna. Roddy. Satellite subsystems. launches & launch vehicle. A. “Global Mobile Satellite Communication”. Pandya. rain. “Mobile and Personal Communication Systems and Services ”. 2. Antenna Systems for Mobile Satellite Broadcasting. Timing accuracy. D. Medium gain Directional Antenna. GPS position location principle. cloud and ice effects etc. “Satellite Communications”. Wire Quadrifilar Helix Antenna(WQHA) for Hand held Terminals. Antenna Requirement and Technical Characteristics. orbital effects. design for specified C/N. system noise temperature and G/T ratio. Wiley India. uplink design. . attitude and orbit control systems. look angle and 8 orbit determination. B. GPS Navigation Message. Evolution. downlink design. Classification of Mobile Satellite Antenna(MSA). low earth orbit and nongeostationary. “Satellite Communications”. satellite systems using small earth station. Satellite Signal Acquisition. GPS Receivers and Codes.ELECTIVES II Unit I EEC 021 SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS 3 1 0 Topic Lectures Elements of Satellite Communication. Antenna System for mobile satellite 8 applications. Orbital mechanics. D. TMH. 4th Ed. Geostationary Orbit. High gain Directional Aperture Antenna. S. 3. TTC&M. Springer 4. 8 communication subsystem. Propagation effects and their impact on satellite-earth links: attenuation and 8 depolarization. satellite navigation and the 8 global positioning systems. GPS Signal Levels. Ilcev. PHI. R. II III IV V Text/ Reference Books: 1. GPS Receiver Operation Global Mobile Satellite Systems. Pratt. Bostian. satellite antenna Satellite link design: basic transmission theory. Direct broadcast satellite television and radio. atmospheric absorption. Introduction of various satellite systems: VSAT.
Pearson. Gonzalez Richard E Woods. image observation models. point operations. basic relationships between pixels. histogram modelling. sampling & quantization. Rafael C. difference between enhancement & restoration Restoration-spatial filtering. spatial operations. Image Transforms: One-dimensional & two-dimensional DFT. Spatial feature extraction. Boundary extraction. cosine. Noise reduction in frequency domain. 2. Pixel coding. colour image model. . sine. Haar. Transforms features. Hadamard. Transform operations. Inverse & Wiener filtering. Anil K Jain.EEC 022 DIGITAL IMAGE PROCESSING Unit Topic 3 1 0 Lectures I & II III IV V Introduction: Fundamental steps in DIP. “Fundamentals of Digital Image Processing”. Inter-frame coding Image Segmentation: Introduction. 3rd Ed. Edge detection. PHI. “Digital Image Processing”. and Slant & KL transforms. 2009. 8 8 8 8 Text Books: 1. Image Enhancement: Introduction. Segmentation techniques. Transform coding. Image Compression: Introduction. Predictive coding. Simple image model. Image Restoration: Introduction. elements of DIP.
Artificial intelligence and neural networks. XOR solution. comparison of RBF networks & multilayer perceptrons. Artificial neurons. memory based learning. MSE error surface. Mexican hat networks. human brain. biological neuron. TMH 2. vector quantization. Boltzmann learning. space of Boolean functions. competitive learning. mathematical preliminaries. RBF Networks Regularization networks. Kumar Satish. feedback. memory and adaptation. practical considerations. error functions for classification problems. Stochastic Machines Statistical mechanics. “Neural Networks”. Back propagation and other learning algorithms Multilayered architecture. RBF network for solving XOR problem. 3 1 0 Lectures 4 4 II 2 3 III 5 IV 4 2 2 8 V Text Books: 1. ”Neural Networks”. signal flow graph of neuron. structure growing algorithms. network architecture. competitive learning. Boltzmann machine. perceptron learning algorithm. probabilistic interpretation of neuron function. generalized RBF networks. reinforcement learning Statistical Pattern Recognition Bayes’ theorem. capacity of TLN. learning with and without teacher. classical decisions with Bayes’ theorem. generalized learning laws. neuron signal function. pattern space & weight space. Perceptrons and LMS Learning objective of TLN. Neural networks and architectures Introduction. Learning Process: Error correction learning. Hebbian learning. Feed forward & feedback architecture. binary neurons for pattern classification. models of neuron. Simon Haykin. pocket algorithm. non linear separable problems. Adaptive Resonance Theory Building blocks of adaptive resonance. steepest descent search. α – LMS learning. Adaptive Resonance Theory 1. convex sets and convex h u l l s . Self Organizing Feature MAP Introduction. Maximal eigenvector filtering. μ – LMS and application. principal component analysis. back propagation learning algorithm. multilayered networks & posterior probabilities. perceptron convergence theorem. knowledge representation. applications of feed forward neural networks. learning tasks. Geometry of Binary threshold neurons and their networks Pattern recognition. PHI . interpreting neuron signals as probabilities. simulated annealing.Unit I EEC 023 Artificial Neural Networks Topic Introduction: Introduction and history.
6 first order building blocks. Bilinear transformation based SC filter design. Active R filters.Unit I II III IV V 3 1 0 EEC 024 FILTER DESIGN Topic Lectures Review of op-amps circuits. band-pass filter. Inductor Substitution using Gyrator. integrators. “Design of analog filters”. Inverse Chebyshev approximation. 8 amplifiers. Elementary transconductor building blocks. summers. Three amplifier Biquad: Basic low pass and band pass circuit. and Delay equalizers. Categorization of filters-Low-pass filter. Basic of sensitivity. Frequency Transformations. Text Book:  Gobind Daryanani. 10 realization of the general Biquadratic Functions. M. . Oxford University Press. Schaumann. Approximation Theory: Butterworth approximation. “Principles of active network synthesis and design”. Switched capacitor first and second order filters. gyrator. First and second order filters. resistors. 8 High-pass filter. feed forward three amplifier biquad. E. Gain equalizers. Van Valkenburg. The switched capacitor. sampled data operation.  R. Active ladder filters. summing of four Amplifier biquad. Transformation of elements using the FDNR. Chebyshev 8 approximation. higher order filters. Passive Ladder structures. second order sections. Switched capacitor filters: The MOS switch.John Wiley & Sons. band-reject filter.
Study of Manchester coding and decoding. Insertion loss. Filter. 2. Study of framing in time division multiplexing. Study and measure characteristics of fiber optic LED’s and photo detector. Study and measurement of losses in optical fiber. 7. Study various parameters of Isolator . Determine coupling coefficient. 8 9 10. Determine the S-parameter of a Magic Tee. Part – B (Any 4 Experiments): 1. 5 6. Wilkinson Power Divider. 4. cross coupling of a circulator. Ring resonator & coupler. 3. 2 3. Measurement of attenuation of a attenuator and isolation. To setting up fiber optic analog link. Study of voice coding and codec chip.EEC 751 Microwave and Optical Communication Lab Minimum Ten Experiments to be conducted: Part – A (Any 6 Experiments): 1. 6. To study working of MIC Components like Micro strip Line. Study radiation pattern of any two types of linear antenna. Study and measurement of numerical aperture of optical fiber. 5. Study and perform time division multiplexing (digital). Measurement of impedance of an unknown load connected at the output end of the slotted line carriage in a Micro wave Bench Determine the S-parameter of any Three port Tee. Study of waveguide horn and its radiation pattern and determination of the beam width. . 8. Directional Coupler. 11. 4. antennas & amplifies. Measurement of guide wavelength and frequency of the signal in a rectangular Waveguide using slotted line carriage in a Micro wave Bench. Study of Reflex Klystron Characteristics. insertion loss. 7. Directivity and Isolation coefficient of anty Multi-Hole directional coupler.
The project may include but not restricted to any of the following: 1. A report is to be made for evaluation. integrated circuits and filter design. 2. Make a hardware and measure various parameters. 8. . 3. Simulation in Spice of the designed circuit. 6. Universal op-amp based biquad Universal OTA biquad Amplitude control or stabilization applied to any sinusoidal oscillators Op-amp/ OTA based function generator Any application of log/antilog circuits Any applications of analog multiplier/ divider Any digital system design and its hardware implementation using TTL/ CMOS ICs Any circuit idea (not studied in the course) using 555 Timer in conjunction with any other ICs The above must include 1.EEC 752 Electronic Circuit Design In this practical course students will carry out a design oriented project work using various analog/ digital building blocks which they have already studied in their analog electronic/ digital electronic courses such as Electronic circuits. 4. 2. 5. 5. Design the circuit. 4. Comparison of measured and simulated results. 7. 3.
improving coverage and capacity in cellular systems. GSM system for mobile: Services and features. Rappaport. Equalisers in communication receiver. Andreas F. Wiley Student Edition. Large scale path loss: propagation models. Parameters of Mobile Multipath Channels types of small scale fading. Cellular concepts.EEC 801 Mobile and Wireless Communication Unit Topic 3 1 0 Lectures I II III IV V Evolution of mobile radio communication fundamentals.McGraw Hill Publications. Forward CDMA channel and reverse CDMA channel Introduction to Mobile Adhoc Networks. 3. PHI. Frame Structure. . “Wireless Communication-Principles and practice”. diffraction. scattering. Small scale fading & multipath propagation and measurements. Pearson. channel assignment strategies. Diversity techniques. Pearson. Pandya. Fundamentals of equalisation. Characteristics of speech signals. Molisch. wireless standards IMT2000. Multiple Access techniques for Wireless Communications. “Wireless Communications”. Reference Books: 1. handoff strategies. Introduction to 4G and concept of NGN. impulse response model and parameters of multipath channels. linear equaliser. 2. 2. 2005. Cambridge University press. System Architecture. “Wireless Communications”. S. practical link budget design using path loss model. linear predictive coders. “ Mobile and personal communication system”. 8 8 8 8 8 Text Book: 1. Frequency reuse. reflection. R. T. interference and system capacity. Second Edition. Algorithms for Adaptive Equalization. Mobile data networks. T L Singal . CDMA Digital Cellular Standard (IS 95): Frequency and Channel specifications. quantisation techniques.“Wireless Communications ”. Radio Sub system Channel types. 3. Moher. Andrea Goldsmith. Survey of equalisation techniques. vocoders. Haykin & M. Small scale Multipath Measurements. “Modern wireless communication”.S. RAKE receiver.
“Digital Telephony”. flow control. space division switching. rd 3. CCITT signalling system No. ATM cell. Bellamy. functions of a switching system. J. two dimensional switching. frame relay. digital switching in analog environment. FDM carrier systems. TCP/IP. a general trunking. crossbar switch.E. Customer line signalling. space memory switch. ATM switching. Reed electronic system. memory-space-memory switch. 2. modelling switching systems. incoming traffic and service time characterization. Thiagarajan Viswanathan. Call processing functions. common control. electronic switching. 3 Ed. Control of Switching Systems: Introduction. 2/3 8 3/5 8 1/8 8 2/7 8 2/8 3/10 8 Text Books: 1. Digital switching: Switching functions. virtual path circuit and fixed path routing. circuits switching. ATM memory switch. Stored program control. J. Traffic and Networks”. statistical multiplexing. Delay systems. Packet Switching: Packets formats. PHI.25 protocol. blocking models and loss estimates. Banyan network switch. dynamic. AF junctions and trunk circuits.C. Reliability availability and security. Time division switching. memory-space. Digital cross connect systems. digital switching systems. ATM service categories. Telecom Traffic Engineering: Network traffic load and parameters. Common channel signalling principles. Pearson education. Flood. John Wiley. distribution frames. X. PCM and inter register signalling. grade of service and blocking probability. Digital customer line signalling. 6 and 7. Signalling: Introduction. “Telecommunication switching System and networks”. “Telecommunication switching. register-translator-senders.EEC 802 ELECTRONIC SWITCHING Unit Topic Text Book/ Chapter 3 1 0 Lectures I II III IV V Evolution of Switching systems: Introduction: Message switching. routing control. .
Ramaswami. Optical Transport Network. 3rd Ed. FTTC.SONET/SDH core Network 8 8 III 8 IV 8 V Text Books: 1. Optical Add/ Drop Multiplexers. Physical Layer. 2. Morgan Kaufmann Publishers. Sub-Carrier Modulation and Multiplexing. Generic framing Procedure. Interworking between Layers Access Networks Network Architecture Overview. Black. Optical Cross Connects. Characteristics of Optical Fiber in non linear region .Tunable Lasers. “Optical Networks: Third Generation Transport Systems”/ Pearson Educations Reference Books: 1. Biswanath Mukherjee “Optical WDM Networks” Springer Pub 2006.Optical Packet Switching. Network Survivability Basic Concepts. N. Synchronization. Optical Layer Protection.Crosstalk. Enhanced HFC. Different Schemes. Optical Amplifiers . . Wavelength Converters. Buffering. SONET/ SDH Layers. Frame Structure. Optical Line Amplifiers. Ethernet. Protection in SONET/SDH.Introduction of Soliton systems. WDM Network Elements Optical Line Terminals. IP routing and forwarding and QOS. & K. SONET/SDH: Multiplexing. Transmission Basics. U. WDM Network Design Cost Trade-offs.Spectral efficiency. Dimensioning Wavelength Routing Networks. and Routing and wavelength assignment problems. Deployment Considerations. “Optical Networks a Practical perspective”. Protection in client layer. Burst Switching. Switches.ELECTIVE III EEC 031 OPTICAL NETWORKS Unit Topic 3 1 0 Lectures I II Introduction to Optical Networks. Light path Topology Design. PON evolution Optical Switching OTDM. Multiplexers & Filters. R. Header Processing.Principles and Challenges and its Generation. Sivarajan. Elements of a SONET/SDH Infrastructure.
Component Instantiations. H. Association methods. objects. Digital System Design Automation– Abstraction Levels. Design Configuration Concurrent Constructs for RT level Descriptions – Concurrent Signal Assignments. “VHDL-Modular Design and Synthesis of cores and Systems”. Components with Separate Control and Data parts.EEC 032 DIGITAL SYSTEM DESIGN USING VHDL Unit Topic 3 1 0 Lectures I II Introduction to VHDL. Writing Test benches. Combinational circuits. Concurrent and Sequential Assignments. Sequential circuits. Operator and Subprogram overloading. T. Sequential Statements. VHDL Essential Terminologies VHDL Constructs for Structures and Hierarchy Descriptions – Basic Components. VHDL. subprograms.Programming by examples”. VHDL Operators. Douglas Perry. PWS Publishing 4. Synthesis issues. Multiple Concurrent Drivers Standard Resolution Hardware Cores and Models . 8 8 III 8 IV 8 V 8 TEXT BOOKS: 1.M. “Introduction to VHDL” Spriger Publication. Navabi.Synthesis rules and styles. R. Hunter. RTL design flow. Core Design Test and Testability . array loops and assert statements. conditional assignment. 2. reserve words. RTL Design with VHDL – Basic structures of VHDL. Roth. concatenation and case. Guarded signal assignment Sequential Constructs for RT level Descriptions – Process Statement. “Digital System Design using VHDL”. “VHDL. Memory and Queue Structures. 2010. VHDL Subprograms.D. modeling. MGH . System level design flow. C. data type and operators. VHDL language Utilities . Signal Assignments. Simple Test benches. REFERENCE BOOKS: 3. Z. Other TYPES and TYPE – related issues. generic Parameters. TMH – 3rd Edition. VHDL library Structure. Packaging Utilities and Components. Johnson. Arithmetic Cores. Binding Alternatives. Sequential WAIT statement. sequential statements and processes. structures. Iterative networks. Predefined Attributes VHDL Signal Model – Characterizing hardware languages.Issues Related to Design Test. T.Type Declarations and Usage. sequential modeling and attributes.
pitch period estimation using autocorrelation function. lossless tube models.W. analysis by synthesis phase. solution of LPC equations for auto correlation method. the autocorrelation method. pitch detection using Homomorphic processing. formant estimation. B. 2. Linear Predictive Coding of Speech: Basic principles of linear predictive analysis. synthesis of speech from linear predictive parameters. Rabiner & R. pitch detection. short time energy and average magnitude. Gold and Nelson Morgon. R. Homomorphic vocoder. complex cepstrum of speech. design of filter banks. vocoder and channel vocoder. spectrographic displays. . Homomorphic speech processing: Homomorphic system for convolution. prediction error and normalized mean square error. Pearson Education. L. Short time Fourier Analysis: Definition and properties. relation between various speech parameters. Schafer.EEC 033 SPEECH PROCESSING Unit Topic 3 1 0 Lectures I II III IV V Digital models for speech signals: Mechanism of speech production & acoustic phonetics. “Speech and audio signal processing”. discrimination between speech& silence. short time autocorrelation function & AMDF. the acoustic theory of speech production. implementation of filter bank summation method using FFT. Wiley India Edition. 2006. frequency domain interpretation of mean squared prediction error relation of linear predictive analysis to lossless tube models. computation of the gain for the model. short time average zero crossing rate. “Digital Processing of speech signals”. and digital models for speech signals. 10 10 10 6 10 Text / Reference Books: 1. Time Domain methods of speech sampling: Time dependent processing of speech. application of LPC parameters. pitch period estimation using parallel processing.
Epitaxial Evaluation. Silicon on Insulators. Reference Books: 1. S. Physical Vapor Deposition. Diffusion Profiles. Ion-Implantation: Ion-Implantation Technique. Diffusion Furnace. Deal and Peter B. VLSI Assembly Technologies. practice and modelling”. “Silicon VLSI Technology: Fundamentals. M. Dielectric and Polysilicon Film Deposition: Deposition Processes. LSI. “VLSI Fabrication Principles”. Sheet Resistance and its Measurement. Packaging of VLSI devices: Package Types. D. Campbell. Processing Considerations. Stephen A. Range Theory. Czochralski Crystal Growth. Oxides Properties. “VLSI Technology”. Ltd. 3. MSI. M. Thin Oxides. IC Fabrication 8 8 8 8 8 Text Book: 1. Molecular Beam Epitaxy. Silicon Dioxide. 2.K.. Liquid and Gaseous Sources . Sputtering Apparatus. Solid. 2nd Edition. Sze.EEC 034 VLSI TECHNOLOGY Unit Topic 3 1 0 Lectures I II III IV V Introduction To IC Technology: SSI. VLSI Integrated Circuits Crystal Growth and Wafer Preparation: Electronic Grade Silicon. VLSI Process Integration: Fundamental Considerations For IC Processing. “Fabrication Engineering at the micro and nano scale”. Monolithic and Hybrid Integrated Circuits. Epitaxy: Vapor –Phase Epitaxy. 2nd Edition. Polysilicon . Oxidation Techniques and Systems. Silicon Shaping. NMOS IC Technology. CMOS IC Technology. Silicon Nitride. Lithography: Optical Lithography. Plummer. Diffusion Equations. Oxidation: Growth Kinetics. Ghandhi. Packaging Design Consideration. Metallization: :Metallization Application. Willy-India Pvt. S. Package Fabrication Technologies. Pearson Education. D. Diffusion: Diffusion of Impurities in Silicon and Silicon Dioxide. Bipolar IC Technology. Metallization Choices. Wet Chemical Etching. Griffin. Oxford Univ Press. . McGraw –Hill Publication. J. Vacuum Deposition. Implantation Equipment. Photo masks.
Moving Target Detector. Delay-Line Cancelers. Land Clutter. Radar Cross Section of Targets. . Problems MTI and Pulse Doppler Radar: Introduction to Doppler and MTI Radar. Probabilities of Detection and False Alarm. Constant-False-Alarm Rate Receivers. Toomay . Pulse Repetition Frequency. Receiver Noise and the Signal-to-Noise Ratio. Merrill I. Radar Block Diagram. Radar Frequencies. Antenna Parameters. Skolnik “ Introduction to Radar Systems” Third Edition. System Losses. Pulse Compression. Automatic Tracking with Surveillance Radars(ADT) Detection of Signals in Noise: Introduction. Integration of Radar Pulses. Detection Criteria.C. Target Recognition. Sea Clutter. Hannen “ Principles of Radar” Third Edition. Detectors. Staggered Pulse Repetition Frequencies. Mono pulse Tracking. Tracking in Range. Other Tracking Radar Topics. Tracking Radar: Tracking with Radar. Limitations to MTI Performance. The Radar Equation: Detection of Signals in Noise. Radar CrossSection of Targets. Applications of Radar. Information from Radar Signals: Basic Radar Measurements. Theoretical Accuracy of Radar Measurements. The Simply Form of the Radar Equations. Ambiguity Diagram. Doppler Filter Banks. Transmitter Power. Conical Scan and Sequential Lobing. J. Automatic Detection. Weather Clutter 3 1 0 Lectures 8 II 8 III 8 IV V 8 8 Text/ Reference Books: 1. Paul J. Limitations to tracking Accuracy. Digital MTI Processing. 2. LowAngle Tracking.Unit I EEC 035 INTRODUCTION TO RADAR SYSTEMS Topic Introduction to Radar: Basic Radar. Comparison of Trackers. Radar Cross-Section Fluctuations. Integrators.
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