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  • EC4101 Computer Network
  • EC4102 Embedded Systems
  • EC4103 Optical and Microwave Communication
  • EC4104 Voice Network (ECT)
  • EC4105 Advanced Digital Signal Processing (EC/IE)
  • EC4106 Telecommunication Networks And Management
  • (Electronics & Communication)
  • EC41071 Network Security (Elective-I for ECT)
  • EC41072 Digital Image Processing (Elective-I for ECT)
  • EC41073 Artificial Neural Networks and Fuzzy Logic (Elective-I for
  • ECT)
  • EC41074 Advanced Power Electronics (Elective-I for EC/IE)
  • List of practical
  • EC41075 System Simulation & Anyalsis (Elective-I for EC/IE)
  • EC41076 Audio Video Engineering (Elective-I for EC/IE)
  • EC41077 Voice Network (Elective-I for Electronics & Communication)
  • EC41078 Information Security (Elective-I for Electronics &
  • EC41072 Digital Image Processing (Elective-I for Electronics &
  • EC4108 Project Part-I
  • EC4201 VLSI Design
  • EC4202 Audio Video Engineering (ECT)
  • EC4203 Digital Image Processing (EC/IE)
  • EC4204 Radar and Satellite Communications
  • (ECT/Electronics & Communication)
  • EC4205 Robotics (EC/IE)
  • EC4206 Wireless Communication & Networks
  • EC42071 Advanced Digital Signal Processing (Elective-II for ECT)
  • EC42072 Mobile Computing (Elective-II for ECT)
  • EC42073 Artificial Intelligence (Elective-II for ECT)
  • EC42074 Network Security (Elective-II for EC/IE)
  • EC42075 Systems Programming (Elective-II for EC/IE)
  • EC42072 Mobile Computing (Elective-II for EC/IE)
  • EC42071 Advanced Digital Signal Processing
  • EC42072 Mobile Computing
  • EC42073 Artificial Intelligence
  • EC4208 Project Part-II

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Syllabus of BE (EC / E & TC/ IE /E & Comm.)

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Dr. B.A.M.U. Aurangabad Revised Structure of B.E. (Electronics/ Electronics & Telecommunication/ Industrial Electronics / Electronics and Communication )

Part-I
Sr. No. 01 02 03 04 05 Subject Code EC4101 EC4102 EC4103 EC4104 EC4105 Name of Subject Computer Networks Embedded Systems Optical and Microwave Communications Voice Network(ECT) Advanced Digital Signal Processing (EC/IE) Telecommunication Networks and Management (Electronics & Communication) Elective-I Project Part-I Total Teaching Scheme Th. 04 04 04 04 04 Pr. 02 02 02 02 02 Total 06 06 06 06 06 PP 100 100 100 100 100 Examination Scheme TW ---25 25 Pr. 50 50 50 --Total mark 150 150 150 125 125

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ECT EC41071 EC41072 Network Security Digital Image Processing Artificial Neural Network& Fuzzy Logic EC41074 EC41075 EC/IE Advanced Power Electronics System Simulation and Analysis Audio Video Engineering EC41077 EC41078 Electronics & Communication Voice Network Information Security

EC41073

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EC41072

Digital Image Processing

Prof. Prashant S. Kolhe Chairman, Electronics Board Dr. B.A.M.U.Aurangabad.

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Sr. No. Subject Code Name of Subject Teaching Scheme Th. 01 02 03 04 EC4201 EC4202 EC4203 EC4204 VLSI Design Audio Video Engineering (ECT) Digital Image Processing (EC/IE) Radar and Satellite Communications (ECT /Electronics & Communication) Robotics (EC/IE) Wireless Communication and Networks (Electronics & Communication) Elective-II Project Part-II Total 04 04 04 04 Pr. 02 02 02 02 Total 06 06 06 06 PP 100 100 100 100 Examination Scheme TW ----Pr. 50 50 50 50 Total mark 150 150 150 150

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ECT EC42071 EC42072 EC42073 Advanced Digital Signal Processing Mobile Computing Artificial Intelligence EC42074 EC42075 EC42072 EC/IE Network Security Systems Programming Mobile Computing EC42071 EC42072 EC42073 Electronics & Communication Advanced Digital Signal Processing Mobile Computing Artificial Intelligence

Prof. Prashant S. Kolhe Chairman, Electronics Board Dr. B.A.M.U.Aurangabad.

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EC4101 Computer Network
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Text Books: 1. Andrew Tenenbaum, “Computer Networks”, 3rd and 4th Edition, Prentice Hall. 2. Behrouz A. Forouzan, “Data Communications and Networking”, 4th Edition, McGraw Hill Reference Books: 1. D. Comer, “Computer Networks and Internet TCP/IP”. 2. William Stallings, “Data and Computer Communications”, 7th Edition, Prentice Hall. 3. William Stallings, “Computer Networks”, Prentice Hall. 4. Kurse & Ross, “Computer Networking: A Top-Down Approach Featuring the Internet”, Addison Wesley. Practical Examination : The practical examination will be of three hours duration. It will consist of one experiment conducted during the course and an Oral examination based on the syllabus. Term work : Term work will consist of record of minimum 8 experiments out of the following list. List of Experiments : 1. Study of TCP/IP & Internet 2. Study of LAN transmission medias, topologies, interconnection devices & LAN standards. 3. Study of LAN. 4. Write a program in C for PC to PC communication using RS232 port. 5. Study of errors & error correction Techniques. 6. Write a program for encryption & description using monoalphabetic substitution or polyalphabetic substitution. 7. Write a program to implement Huffman data compression algorithm to generate prefix codes & encoded text. 8. Study of web page design using HTML. 9. Study of sliding window protocol. 10. Study of FTP & SMTP. 11. Study of windows socket programming (UDP&TCP).

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CAN etc 12 System Architecture: Introduction to ARM core architecture. David Simon . I2C. thumb Instruction set. 6.K. interfacing techniques. timers. PLL. study of kernel structure of Ucos II. Need of interfacing. Semaphores. Gupta . DAC. communication protocols like SPI. Prasad . TMH Steve Heath .V. embedded communication using SPI. instruction set. CAN etc. interfacing of input devices including touch screen etc. Pearson Steve Furber . RTC modules. events.ARM System-on-Chip Architecture. I2C. memory management. Pearson Jean J Labrose . message queues. porting of RTOS. memory management. 4.MicroC / OS-II. 2. memory management.K. 7. mailbox. synchronization in Ucos II. interfacing of different displays including Graphic LCD. PWM.doc -6- EC4102 Embedded Systems Teaching Scheme : Lectures: 4 Hrs. task scheduler. RTOS services in contrast with traditional OS. Rajkamal . memory management in Ucos II. / Week Practical: 2 Hrs.Embedded / real time system.Embedded System Design . embedded design concepts and definitions. 5. ARM extension family. Use 2148 /2368/2378 as reference micro-controllers 10 Interfacing and Programming: Basic embedded C programs for on-chip peripherals studied in system architecture. 3.Embedded real systems Programming . Design challenges. History. applications of embedded systems and recent trends in embedded systems. Inter-task communication in Ucos II. optimizing design metrics. study of on-chip peripherals like I / O ports. ISR. TMH. interrupts. Text/Reference Books: 1. time to market. hardware and software design and testing. USB. WDT. Bus architecture. Neuwans ARM System Developers Guide – Andrew Sloss 6 . Indian Low Price Edition DR.K. on-chip ADC. Pipeline.Embedded systems software primer.E.I2C._ETC09. / Week Exam Scheme : Paper: 100 Marks Practical: 50 Marks Term Work: -- 1 2 3 4 Topics and Contents Hours 08 Embedded system Introduction: Introduction to Embedded System. Dreamtech Iyer. 8.B.Embedded Systems. GSM modem for AT command study etc. 10 Real Time Operating System Concept: Architecture of kernel. Introduction to Ucos II RTOS. SPI.

B.doc -7- Practical Examination : The practical examination will be of three hours duration._ETC09. Term work: Term work will consist of record of minimum 8 experiments based on the syllabus. It will consist of one experiment conducted during the course and an Oral examination based on the syllabus. 7 .E.

doc -8- EC4103 Optical and Microwave Communication Teaching Scheme : Lectures: 4 Hrs._ETC09. Numericals based on above topics. concept of Scattering parameters.B. Tetrode. connectorization. fiber fabrication (double crucible method) and their mechanical properties. H. Coaxial to wave guide transitions. and applications. 06 FOC System : Analog: Overview of analog links.E. Fiber cable. Circulators. Klystrons (multi cavity. fiber materials. Dispersion-Intermodal and Intra modal. gain. concept & applications) Numericals based on above topics 08 Microwave Wave-guides and Components : Rectangular wave-guide. Link power budget. Digital: Point-to-point links. 2. G. Matched termination. parameters with analysis of Microwave transistor. bunching process. McGraw Hill. Gunn Diode. Power transmission and losses. 06 Solid-State Microwave Devices : Principle of operation. Photonic switching and sensor applications. Modes (TE and TM). 06 Microwave Tubes : High frequency limitations of conventional vacuum tubes (triode. applications. / Week Practical: 2 Hrs. Tunnel. Magic). Basics of light sources (LED and LASER). Fiber splicing. . Twists. Numericals based on above topics. construction. types. Magnetron oscillator. Mode coupling. light detectors (PIN and APD). C. Bends. characteristics. PIN Diode. Wave equation. Attenuators. D. Wavelength Division Multiplexing. Phase shifters. Excitation of modes. wave modes. types of fibers. S-matrix of above components.. TWT: slow-wave structure. Numericals based on above topics. “Optical Fiber Communication”. Aggarwal. “Fiber Optical Communication”. 06 Signal Degradation in Optical Fiber : Various degradation mechanisms: Attenuation. Rise time budget. Pulse broadening in GI fibers. Varactor Diode. Numericals based on above topics. Optical networks: SONET/SDH. microwave filters. Pentode). Keiser. Ray theory . Wave guide Tees (E. Text Books : 1. system consideration. Isolators. Coupling losses. Advantages over other communication systems . reflex): velocity modulation. Microwave cavity resonator. coupling methods and their losses. / Week Exam Scheme : Paper: 100 Marks Practical: 50 Marks Term Work: -- 1 2 3 4 5 6 Topics and Contents Hours 08 Introduction to OFC & its components : Optical Fiber Communication system. 8 . OTDR (Principle.

Measurement of numerical aperture. Prentice Hall. 2. To plot modes (characteristics) of reflex klystron. John Senior. Study of transmission & reception of different types of signals (any two) through optical fiber. Plot V/I characteristics of Gunn oscillator.B.E. McGraw Hill. 6. Measurement of Guide wavelength & guide frequency in rectangular waveguide. Study of microwave components. Application of optic fiber. Y. M. 7. Kulkarni. Practical Examination : The practical examination will be of three hours duration. “Microwave Engineering”. “Microwave and radar Engineering”.doc 3. Liao. Term work : Term work will consist of record of minimum 8 experiments out of the following list. Peter Rizzi. Reference Books: 1. 4. -9- S. 9. 3. List of Practicals 1. “Optical Fiber Communication”. 10. 8. Prentice Hall. 2. Study of microwave Tee’s. Study of splicing & connectorization. 5._ETC09. Laxmi. “Microwave Devices & Circuits”. 9 . 4. Measurement of losses in optical fiber. It will consist of one experiment conducted during the course and an Oral examination based on the syllabus.

Numericals on above topics. switch signaling . CDMA 2000 system 07 IP Telephony : Introduction to VoIP.7) 06 Telecommunication Traffic Engineering : Introduction. LPC. public ATM networks.doc . packet Switched data. Voice activity detection and discontinuous transmission (VAD/DTX). Speech coding in GSM. Access technologies. message switching. 07 Global System for Mobile Communication : Standards for wireless communication systems. voice over frame relay.E. Value added services. trans-coder technologies including. speech coding technologies PCM. ATM and its interfaces. Broadband ISDN. ADPCM. Signaling System No. electronic switching. ISDN. Problems of Integration. Simple telephone communication. DTMF generation & detection. packet switching._ETC09. basics of switching Systems. CDMA call processing. Radio link features in GSM system. Packet Loss Conceal meat (PLC) IP Telephony Protocols .323. Cellular Communication fundamentals. Echo Cancellation.95. and narrowband ISDN. ISDN interfaces. basic structure. IS-95 system architecture. Physical and logical channels of IS.ISDN terminals.H. Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) 10 . service level. Grade of service. traffic measurement units. GSM logical channels and frame structure. traffic distribution. / Week Practical: 2 Hrs. Poisson's distribution. ISDN Services. GSM architecture and interfaces. circuit switching. Interoffice (Common Channel signaling. low level protocols -RTP/RTCP/UDP. Air Interface.B. digital switching system. Blocking Probability: Erlang Distribution. Non-ISDN terminals. Traffic usage. 06 Code Division Multiple Access : CDMA standards. / Week Exam Scheme : Paper: 100 Marks Practical: -Term Work: 25 Marks 1 2 3 4 5 6 Topics and Contents Hours 06 Introduction to Telephone Signaling & Switching : Evolution of Telecommunication.10 - EC4104 Voice Network (ECT) Teaching Scheme : Lectures: 4 Hrs.subscriber loop. Data services in GSM. Privacy and Security in GSM. 08 Data and Voice Integration : Demand for Integration. speech codes ('ITU series and wireless codes including fixed and variable rare.

Joseph E Wilkes. "Voice & data Communication Handbook". Joseph E.doc .11 - Text Books: 1. Vijay K. Vijay K. "Applications of CDMA in wireless/Personal Communications". "Guide to Telecommunication Technology". Pearson Education 2.. Vijay K. Gregory. Garg._ETC09. Tamara. Regis J...B. McGraw Hill 2. 11 . Bates. Dean.E. Donald W. "Principles of Communication Systems Simulation". McGraw Hill 3. Rappaport. Pearson Education Reference Books: 1. Pearson Education Term work : Term work will consist of record of minimum 8 experiments / Assignments based on the syllabus. Kenneth SmoJik. Prentice Hall 4. Wilkes. "Principles & Applications of GSM". Garg. Tranter William H. Garg. "IS-95 CDMA and CDMA 2000".

/Week Exam Scheme : Paper: 100 Marks Practical: -Term Work: 25 Marks Topics and Contents Hours 06 Random Signals Characterization of random signals: review of deterministic signals. IIR Filters.Levinson Durbin algorithm. multi level filter banks. Radar tracking implementetion Text Books:1. W. “Digital Signal Processing Implementation using DSP. Acoustic Noise Canceler. special Instructions. “Digital Signal Processing. 08 2 Adaptive filters Need of adaptive filters. Dynamic range compression. Pipelining. Ifleachor and B. Thomas Publication. 3. image processing. 2. Jervis.12 - EC4105 Advanced Digital Signal Processing (EC/IE) Teaching Scheme : Lectures: 4 Hrs._ETC09. Manolakis. MA & ARMA. on chip memory. rational power spectra. time averages for DT random process. Microprocessors with examples from TMS 320C54XX”.A Practical Approach”. Proakis. Avtar Singh. Pearson education. like FIR. C. Estimation of autocorrelation and power spectrum of random signal. 1 12 . Adaptive filtering of ocular artifacts from the human EEG. medical. LPC analysis and synthesis. power spectra. case study of TMS320c54XX. adaptive filters as noise cancellation. estimations of spectra from finite – duration observation of signals. Solution of the normal equation. MAC.doc . filters in sampling rate alteration systems. E.Bartlett window and Welch method. 2nd Edition. Algorithms and Applications”. / Week Practical: 2 Hrs. Srinivasan. adaptive telephone echo cancellation. Selection of DSPs.B. Principles. SSB modulation. 5 06 Architectures for DSPs Basic Generic Architectures for DSPs. Pearson education. DT random signals. innovation representation of random process. Wiener filter for filtering and prediction. Introduction to SHARC. sample rate conversion using poly-phase filter structures. digital filter banks and their analysis and applications. Efficient D/A conversion in Hi-Fi systems. Adaptive Algorithms: LMS adaptive algorithms. 6 06 Applications of DSP using MATLAB Mobile communication. Fixed and Floating point DSPs. Implementation of Basic DS algorithms. recursive least square algorithms. random signals. Non parametric methods for power spectrum estimation. “Digital Signal Processing. 3 06 Linear prediction and optimum linear filters Lattice structures. AR. 4 08 Power Spectrum Estimation Estimation of Spectra From Finite duration observation of signals. John G. Harward Architecture. main components of adaptive filters. configuration of adaptive filters. correlation function. forward & backward linear prediction. S.E.

“Digital Signal Processors. 2. P. 2.k mitra. . Implementation of FIR Filter. 1. Vaidyanathan. “dsp”tmh 9. Gold. “Speech Signal Processing”. PHI. 10. “Adaptive Filter Theory”. Implementation of Least Mean Square (LMS) Algorithm.dspguide. Applications to DSP Using Matlab by proakis TERMWORK: Term work will consist of record of minimum 8 practicals out of the following using matlab. Determination of FIR prediction filters using Forward and Backward prediction. by Tata McGraw Hill. Pearson Education. P. S. Demonstration of Hardware and Software utilities for DSP starter kits (Texas. 6.E. Bhaskar. Mathworks manuals.com 7. 7. “A Handbook of Digital Image Processing”. 8.Britton. “ DSP Primer”. Rorabaugh. 5. Architecture. 5. 6. C. IEEE Press.B.13 - Rabinar. 3. “Texas Manual for DSP Processors & Starter kit”. www. 4th Edition. Generate random signals and plot their realization._ETC09. Venkatramani. Programming & Applications”. Implementation of any one application Implementation of the following DSP Algorithms on DSP processors: 9. 8. 4. “Multirate Systems and filter banks”. 2002. Power Spectrum Estimation using any one non-parametric method. Simon Haykins. B. Implementation of IIR Filter 13 . M. Realization of cascade Lattice of FIR Filter. 4.doc 4. Reference Books: 1. TMH. 3. ADSP or Motorola). 10. To implement Levinson Durbin Algorithm for Solution of Normal equations.

mode call control . Management of Transport Networks. . ISDN Interfacing & functions . Types of networks. AAL. MGH. Basic structure. switching technologies (circuit switching and packet switching) 06 Broadband telecom networks : ISDN. Static and dynamic routing. “Telecommunication Networks protocols modelling and analysis” Pearson Education 3.WLL._ETC09. Network management using SNMP: Object management. traps. Network reliability and survivability Issues. transmission structure Protocol architecture. Network protection mechanisms. ATM. Configuration management. Security. ATM cells their details and transmission.doc .14 - EC4106 Telecommunication Networks And Management (Electronics & Communication) Teaching Scheme : Lectures: 4 Hrs. Aaron kershenbaumj “Telecommunication Networks Design Algorithms”. 08 Frame Relay & ATM : Frame Relay introduction. ADSL. Fault management.William stallings Pearson Education Asia 4th edition 14 . Design tools. 4. / Week Practical: 2 Hrs. 07 Broadband access And Routing technologies : DSL. 2. Traffic congestion and control. Routing Algorithms for shortest path centralized routing. Throughput/Bandwidth. Text Books:1.LAPF core Protocol. Distributed. management Information base. /Week Exam Scheme : Paper: 100 Marks Practical: -Term Work: 25 Marks 1 2 3 4 5 6 Topics and Contents Hours 06 Introduction to switching and telecom networks : Introduction to crossbar & electronics exchange. Traffic management. Cable modems . Crosstalk/Interferance Issues. Data and computer communication – William stallings. Optical wireless. Public ATM networks.B. frame Relay congestion control. ATM Protocols. ISDN &Broadband ISDA with Frame Relay & ATM. Mischa schwatriz. Jitter. Protocol. 08 Telcom network management : Telcom network operation and maintenance. architecture frame. Network design issues. 05 QOS and Reliability Issues of telecom networks : Delay. Narrow band & Broadband ISDN . Network planning support. Leased lines.PHI.E.

15 . Pearson Education Asia 1st edition Reference Books:1.B.doc .Flood. Jaiswal 4.C.15 - 5._ETC09. Viva-voce on syllabus. 3.data& internet.E. Records of experiments submitted by the candidate. Telecom technology by Tyagrajan vishwanathan –PHI 5. TERMWORK: Term work will consist of record of 08 experiments. Telecommunication Switching .Pearson Education 2. 3. ATM Networks by Rainer handel Manfred N. and assessment will be based on 1. Telcommunication network and management – R. OSS For telecom Networks By Kundan Mishra – Springer. tanenbaum. performing an experiment 2. Huber 3rd Edition 2001 6. Computer Networks by Andrew s. Introduction to Telecommunications:Voice.Traffic & networks-J.E.

Internet and E-commerce. IP and Web security protocols. Encryption schemes. ensuring site security. Text/Reference Books: 1. Electronic mail security. 06 Results and Future directions: Providing network security solutions for ISP Intranet. Stallings. Management. Design principle of Block Ciphers and Block Cipher Algorithms. planning techniques. / Week Practical: 2 Hrs. “ Cryptography and Network Security : Principles and Practice” 2.doc . “ Guide to Wireless Network Security” 3. William. Approaches and techniques used. SSL and HTTP 04 07 System security: Computer Virus. 06 Designing: Design issues._ETC09. Mathematical tools for Cryptography. Digital signatures. Enhancing Web server security. standards development. Menezes. /Week Exam Scheme : Paper: 100 Marks Practical: -Term Work: 25 Marks 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Topics and Contents Hours 07 Overview: Fundamentals. 16 . 04 Length-restricted signature scheme. Constructions of signature schemes. “ Handbook of Applied Cryptography” TERMWORK: Term work will consist of record of minimum 8 experiments based on the syllabus. Authenticating architectural design issues. Standards. Cost justification and consideration.16 - EC41071 Network Security (Elective-I for ECT) Teaching Scheme : Lectures: 4 Hrs. Foundations of Cryptography and Security. Types. ongoing maintenance.E. Firewall and Intrusion detection. Certificates and standards. Vacca. Wireless Network Security Solutions for consideration. setting and definitional issues. Vanstone. Electronic commerce security. Cyber laws related to E-commerce 06 Maintenance: Configuring secure access.B.

/ Week Practical: 2 Hrs. spatial filtering – smoothing and sharpening filters. adjacency and distance measures. Fast Walsh Transform. 08 Image Segmentation : Detection of discontinuities. pruning for binary and gray scale images. thresholding. histogram processing. Fast Wavelet Transform.B. multi resolution expansions. Morphological applications. Milan Sonka ‘Image Processing . edge linking and boundary detection.doc . enhancement using arithmetic and logic operations. 2nd edition 2. /Week Exam Scheme : Paper: 100 Marks Practical: -Term Work: 25 Marks 1 2 3 4 5 6 Topics and Contents Hours 04 Digital Image Fundamentals : Elements of visual perception.chain codes. thinning. Walsh Hadamard Transform. opening & closing operations. Medical applications such as tumour detection. Introduction to Radon Transform 06 Image Processing Applications : Applications of transforms in fingerprinting. boundary descriptors & regional descriptors 10 Image Transforms & compression : Coding._ETC09. thickening. interpixel and psychovisual image redundancy. ‘Digital Image Processing’ – PHI . image representation. colour fundamentals.17 - EC41072 Digital Image Processing (Elective-I for ECT) Teaching Scheme : Lectures: 4 Hrs. Magnetic Resonance Imaging analysis using transforms. Introduction to Gabor Transform. 1-D Wavelet Transform. region based segmentation. dilation & erosion. Smoothing and sharpening frequency domain filters 06 Morphological Image Processing : Neighbourhood concepts. 17 . skeletons. Analysis & Machine Vision’ Thomson Publication. fidelity criteria. Text Books: 1. sub band coding Haar Transform – it’s application as a Wavelet. Discrete Cosine Transform – its application in Baseline JPEG .E. Image sampling & Quantization. Error free compression 2-D Discrete Fourier Transform. colour models. basic morphological operations such as region filling. Gonzalez. pseudo colour image processing 06 Image Enhancement : Basic grey level transformations. Some basic relationships between pixels. Woods. use of watersheds.

Edge detection – use of Sobel. power Law correction 2. Morphological operations on binary images 6. Transform application assignment. Comments : C / C++ and MATLAB may be used for the Practical 18 .. Morphological operations on Gray scale images 7.E. sharpening 4. Pseudo coloring 8. stretching 3. Image smoothing .B. ‘ Digital Image Processing’.18 - Reference Books:1. Pratt W. 1997 TERMWORK: Term work will consist of record of minimum 8 experiments out of the following list.K. List of Practicals 1. Jain A. Histogram mapping & equalisation. . Image negation. Chain coding 9. DCT/IDCT computation 11. 2001 2. PHI.K. Prewitt and Roberts operators 5. Image statistics 10. ‘ Fundamentals of Digital Image Processing’.doc . John Wiley._ETC09.

Pattern visibility: Neocognitron 05 Applications Of Neural Networks Pattern classification. James A Freeman. Single layer and multi layer perceptrons Radial basis function networks. ART. Learning vector quantization Principal component analysis of Hebbian Learning.B. temporal patterns. Modular neural networks 06 Feedback Neural Networks Analysis of linear auto adaptive feed forward networks. Boltzman machine 06 Unsupervised Learning Networks Competitive learning. Analysis of pattern storage Networks. Characteristics of Neural Networks. / Week Practical: 2 Hrs. Models of Neuron. “Neural Networks-Algorithms. Applications in decision making 05 Fuzzy Set Theory Introduction to Fuzzy Set with Properties. Pattern mapping. Fuzzy Relations. B. Fuzzy Logic. Stochastic Networks & Stimulated Annealing. PHI 2. Adaline and madaline. Stability – Plasticity dilemma. Applications in Image Processing. Stability & Convergence 06 Supervised Learning Neural Networks Adaptive networks. Fuzzy Arithmetic. Yegnanarayana. Applications and Programming Techniques. /Week Exam Scheme : Paper: 100 Marks Practical: -Term Work: 25 Marks 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Topics and Contents Hours 06 Introduction Biological Neural Networks. Basic Learning Rules.doc . David M Skapura. Applications and Fuzzy Control Text Books 1. Adaptive Resonance Theory 06 Architectures For Pattern Recognition Associative memory. Optimization.E._ETC09. “Artificial Neural Networks”. Associative memories.19 - EC41073 Artificial Neural Networks and Fuzzy Logic (Elective-I for ECT) Teaching Scheme : Lectures: 4 Hrs. Kohonen self-organizing maps.” Person Education 19 .

Mohan. “An introduction to Artificial Neural Networks”. Prentice Hall 4. 20 . William J Palm III. “Neural Network a comprehensive Foundation”. Penram International 3. Petryez “Fuzzy Sets Engineering” . Ranka.B._ETC09. KLIR. PHI 2. G. “Fuzzy Set Theory”. W.E. Anderson.doc Ref.20 - 1. “Elements of Artificial Neural Networks”.” TMH 5. B. 6. Haykin. TERMWORK: Term work will consist of record of minimum 8 experiments based on the syllabus. Books . 1997 PHI. CRL Press 1995. Yuan. “Introduction to MATLAB 7 for Engineers. J.

Battery for UPS. converter configuration for four quadrant DC motor. 08 Resonant Converters: Need of resonant converters: principle of resonant converter circuits :series and parallel. DC-DC Converters with isolation. Resonating switch ZVS & ZCS converters. control circuit. Text/Reference books: 1.M. performance and application. Three-phase cnverters:operation. UPS: Design of static UPS. Source filter design.doc . tuning of vector controller. S.overlap. /Week Exam Scheme : Paper: 100 Marks Practical: -Term Work: 25 Marks 1 2 3 4 5 6 Topics and Contents Hours 06 Power Electronics Converters: Classification. steady state analysis of 3-phase converter controlled DC motor drive. Power Electronics. Industrial automation and Embedded systems. Electric Drives. 08 Speed control of separately excited DC motor: Phase controlled converter. PHI 21 . EMI and Radio frequency interference and their suppression Transient suppression. Voltage control of inverters.Vedam Subrahmanyam. Modern Power Electronics.B.C. vector control scheme. Sen. Rashid. Requirements of ideal switching devices. TMH 3. Design of resonant converter system.VSI driven I. control modeling of 3-phase converter.E. resonating ac link converters. . Linear DC power supplies.E( 4 quadrant) choppers. Dual feeders with static transfer switches. Chopper drive for separately excited DC motors._ETC09.21 - EC41074 Advanced Power Electronics (Elective-I for EC/IE) Teaching Scheme : Lectures: 4 Hrs. Speed controller design of PM Brushless DC motor. Inverters: 120 and 180 mode operation for balanced R load.C( 2 quadrant). sensorless control. Power factor correctors. 08 Applications: Disturbances in commercial power supplies: their types. PLC’s. resonating dc link converters. Classification: Load resonating converters.p-pulse converters. Power Quality and power conditioners. . DC-DC Converter: Resonant pulse commutated chopper. 2. 04 Choppers: Step-down : Type A(1 quadrant). derivation of current ripple in the output of chopper. / Week Practical: 2 Hrs. 06 Control of Induction Motor: Stator voltage control. Chand.Mohd.P. Performance parameters of converters and inverters. static frequency changer .

drive with V/F constant. To plot firing angle V/S output voltage of three phase half/full converter with R and R-L load 3.Jagannathan. Case study: Industrial automation. Plot firing angle V/S RPM of 0. To plot torque. 8. 22 . Thyristor alarm circuits 9. List of practical 1. 11. Time delay relay circuits. Stepper motor drive. Study of various parameters of UPS/SMPS.doc . Verify the input(R. 7.B. V. Fire / security system. 4. PLC. Development of power Electronics system using embedded technique. PHI. TERMWORK: Term work will consist of record of minimum 8 experiments out of the following list. 2.1 HP universal motor using TRIAC/SCR based control circuit.M._ETC09. 5.22 - 4.speed characteristics of thyristor based I. Power Electronics. I) –output (firing angle) characteristics of different firing circuits. Study operation of chopper drive. 6. 10.E.

Sastry (PHI) 3. discrete signal model.S. Debugging using emulator.system analysis. Chaudhary 4. Multisim.J. stochastic process characterization basic definition co relation function Data analysis: 08 Types of measured quantities central tendency of data. Spectrum analyzer. discrete time convolution. continuous(analog) signal model. Text/Reference Books: 1. continuous time convolution. Graphical representation of data: Equations of approximating curves.system simulation. Madeling and Analysis: Law. Logic analyzer. System Modeling & Analysis: I. need for system analysis .E.B. 08 Computer analysis tools: General approach in computer problem solving. PSIM. Averill (TMH) TERMWORK: Any eight experiments based on the syllabus. M.EDA tools. response of linear continuous time system Analysis of linear systems with stochastic inputs. Nagrath. Introductory Methods of Numerical Analysis: S._ETC09. Graphical representation of functional relationships. standard deviation of the mean. system optimization 10 System simulation: Circuit simulation using LAB VIW.23 - EC41075 System Simulation & Anyalsis (Elective-I for EC/IE) Teaching Scheme : Lectures: 4 Hrs.doc . MATLAB 08 Time domain analysis: Input output approach. Measurement and Analysis: Nakra. Response of linear discrete-time system. 23 . / Week Practical: 2 Hrs. / Week Exam Scheme : Paper: 100 Marks Practical: -Term Work: 25 Marks 1 2 3 4 5 Topics and Contents Hours 06 Introduction: System concepts . PSPSICE. Estimation of true value of data measures of dispersion. Gopal (TMH) 2. Simulation. Determination of parameters in linear relationships. Instrumentation.

TV transmission & reception antennas. (Encoder& decoder). SECAM. sound section. Basic TV & Video Systems-Bernard Grobb. Colour transmitter.HDTV. 5 04 Colour TV system:NTSC .Mobile TV. chromaticity diagram.CD recording. 8 04 Sound recording & reproduction:Magnetic recording. / Week Exam Scheme : Paper: 100 Marks Practical: -Term Work: 25 Marks Topics and Contents Hours 06 Basic TV system:B/W TV system. field strength meter. CCTV.P. Conditional Access systems. 7 06 Advanced Television Systems:3D TV.TMH Publication.B. standards & systems. composite video signal. 3 04 TV signal transmission & propagation:Propagation of TV signal. CCD image scanner.R. 2.Gulati.LCD TV. TV standards. / Week Practical: 2 Hrs. video signal for colour.Dhake. Cord less microphone system. colour difference signals.DTH TV.doc . Colour TV receiver. MP3 player.CD. wobuloscope. TMG Hill Publication. Saticon. Plumbicon. 2.TFT etc. TV broadcast channels.E. Television & Video Engineering-A.Optical recording. PA system for auditorium. mixing of colours. 24 . PI publication 1 Reference Book:1. formation of chrominance signal. Systems. scanning. Allignment & fault finding in TV receiver. Text Book:1. Video Demisified –Kelth Jack. 2 06 TV cameras & picture tubes:Vidicon.Satellite TV. colour TV camera & picture tubes.MPEG. functional requirement of receiver stages._ETC09. Digital TV . Display devices-LCD. 3.24 - EC41076 Audio Video Engineering (Elective-I for EC/IE) Teaching Scheme : Lectures: 4 Hrs.Wuley Eastern publication. pattern generator.Bali. monochromatic picture tube. Video on demand. 4 06 Monochrome TV receiver:RF tuner. luminance signal.M. Colour TV Theory & Practice –S. 6 04 Allignment.PAL. Monochrome & Colour TV-R. Term work : Term work will consist of record of minimum 8 experiments / Assignments based on the syllabus. testing & servicing of TV receivers:Study & use of swip generator. Audio Std. test charts.DVD.CATV. Horizontal & vertical deflection circuits. IF subsystem. video amplifier. colour fundamentals.

IS-95 system architecture. speech coding technologies PCM. trans-coder technologies including. Data services in GSM. GSM architecture and interfaces. distributed. Voice activity detection and discontinuous transmission (VAD/DTX). 07 Global System for Mobile Communication : Standards for wireless communication systems. digital switching system._ETC09.7) 06 Telecommunication Traffic Engineering : Introduction. traffic distribution. / Week Practical: 2 Hrs.25 - EC41077 Voice Network (Elective-I for Electronics & Communication) Teaching Scheme : Lectures: 4 Hrs. electronic switching.B. Value added services. low level protocols -RTP/RTCP/UDP. ADPCM. Traffic usage. LPC. Simple telephone communication. speech codes ('ITU series and wireless codes including fixed and variable rare. switch signaling . 08 Optical Networks and Switching: Optical links-WDM systems.95. circuit switching. basics of switching Systems. service level. Blocking Probability: Erlang Distribution. Access technologies. CDMA 2000 system 07 IP Telephony : Introduction to VoIP. Physical and logical channels of IS. cross connects. / Week Exam Scheme : Paper: 100 Marks Practical: -Term Work: 25 Marks 1 2 3 4 5 6 Topics and Contents Hours 06 Introduction to Telephone Signaling & Switching : Evolution of Telecommunication. input and output buffers. Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) 25 . Echo Cancellation. 06 Code Division Multiple Access : CDMA standards. TDS and SDS: modular switch designs-packet switching. Radio link features in GSM system. traffic measurement units.E. Grade of service. shared.H. optical paths and networks.doc . Packet Loss Conceal meat (PLC) IP Telephony Protocols . Numericals on above topics. Signaling System No. Cellular Communication fundamentals. DTMF generation & detection. CDMA call processing.subscriber loop.323. Poisson's distribution. optical LAN’s. Interoffice (Common Channel signaling. Speech coding in GSM. Air Interface. Privacy and Security in GSM. message switching. packet switching. GSM logical channels and frame structure.

E.2000. "IS-95 CDMA and CDMA 2000". "Guide to Telecommunication Technology". Wilkes. McGraw Hill 2. Donald W.Tata McGraw-Hill. Gregory. "Applications of CDMA in wireless/Personal Communications". Garg. Pearson Education Reference Books: 1. 26 . Prentice Hall 4. "Voice & data Communication Handbook".. "Principles of Communication Systems Simulation".”Data Communication and Networking”. Dean..Forouzan. Tranter William H. Pearson Education.New Delhi. Joseph E.B. Tamara. 3. Kenneth SmoJik.. Regis J._ETC09. Garg. Rappaport. Vijay K. Pearson Education Term work : Term work will consist of record of minimum 8 experiments / Assignments based on the syllabus. Vijay K. Garg. "Principles & Applications of GSM". 2. McGraw Hill 3.26 - Text Books: 1. Bates.doc . BehrouzA. Joseph E Wilkes. Vijay K.

mobile worms. WTLS protocol in WAP. William. Digital signature. 08 Cypher Algorithm : Design principles of block ciphers & Block Cipher Algorithms. Mobile Agent security. RFID security. Mobile Virtual Private n/w. Firewall. Intrusion detection. Smart Card security. Asoke K Talukder “ Mobile Computing” Term work : Term work will consist of record of minimum 8 experiments / Assignments based on the syllabus. 08 Database Security systems : Network security concept. RC2. public & private key. components of Information Security. IDEA._ETC09. Text/Reference Books : 1. RSA algorithm. 08 Web Security : SSL protocol security. Cryptographic techniques. Principles & Practice” 2. Mobile virus.doc . MD5. Introduction to Web based bio AuC.E. / Week Exam Scheme : Paper: 100 Marks Practical: -Term Work: 25 Marks 1 2 3 4 5 Topics and Contents Hours 08 Information Security : Attacks on information. Stenography techniques.“Cryptography & n/w security. RC5 algorithm. mathematical tools of cryptography. Authentication access control. Introduction to IT act 2000. Trojans.27 - EC41078 Information Security (Elective-I for Electronics & Communication) Teaching Scheme : Lectures: 4 Hrs. 08 Mobile Attacks: 3 GPP security.B. issues of s/w piracy & copyright. 27 . Stallings. HTTPS. Cyber law related to E-commerce. / Week Practical: 2 Hrs. Certificates & standards. Electronic mail security. Cryptography techniques.

thinning. edge linking and boundary detection. Analysis & Machine Vision’ Thomson Publication. histogram processing. thresholding. Morphological applications. 2nd edition 2. Discrete Cosine Transform – its application in Baseline JPEG . Magnetic Resonance Imaging analysis using transforms. pruning for binary and gray scale images. Walsh Hadamard Transform. skeletons. colour fundamentals. Fast Wavelet Transform. multi resolution expansions. Smoothing and sharpening frequency domain filters 06 Morphological Image Processing : Neighbourhood concepts. Error free compression 2-D Discrete Fourier Transform. fidelity criteria. spatial filtering – smoothing and sharpening filters. / Week Practical: 2 Hrs. Text Books: 1. use of watersheds. 08 Image Segmentation : Detection of discontinuities. interpixel and psychovisual image redundancy. Introduction to Gabor Transform. enhancement using arithmetic and logic operations. boundary descriptors & regional descriptors 10 Image Transforms & compression : Coding. Medical applications such as tumour detection.chain codes. thickening. adjacency and distance measures.E. Milan Sonka ‘Image Processing . image representation. 1-D Wavelet Transform. 28 . basic morphological operations such as region filling. Fast Walsh Transform. Introduction to Radon Transform 06 Image Processing Applications : Applications of transforms in fingerprinting. ‘Digital Image Processing’ – PHI . dilation & erosion.B. colour models. pseudo colour image processing 06 Image Enhancement : Basic grey level transformations. /Week Exam Scheme : Paper: 100 Marks Practical: -Term Work: 25 Marks 1 2 3 4 5 6 Topics and Contents Hours 04 Digital Image Fundamentals : Elements of visual perception. Woods.28 - EC41072 Digital Image Processing (Elective-I for Electronics & Communication) Teaching Scheme : Lectures: 4 Hrs. Gonzalez. opening & closing operations._ETC09.doc . region based segmentation. sub band coding Haar Transform – it’s application as a Wavelet. Some basic relationships between pixels. Image sampling & Quantization.

Comments : C / C++ and MATLAB may be used for the Practical 29 .K. sharpening 4. Edge detection – use of Sobel. Image negation. List of Practicals 1. Pratt W. Image smoothing . stretching 3. ‘ Digital Image Processing’.29 - Reference Books:1._ETC09. 2001 2. Chain coding 9. Prewitt and Roberts operators 5..doc . ‘ Fundamentals of Digital Image Processing’. John Wiley.B. Morphological operations on binary images 6. Morphological operations on Gray scale images 7. power Law correction 2. Transform application assignment.K. Jain A.E. DCT/IDCT computation 11. Image statistics 10. 1997 TERMWORK: Term work will consist of record of minimum 8 experiments out of the following list. . PHI. Histogram mapping & equalisation. Pseudo coloring 8.

3.M. The topic may be from one of the following.E. 2. This should include the literature survey technical details related data that is collected & design that are required for project work part-I. Electronics Board Dr.U. Prashant S.doc ._ETC09.B. The candidate shall give a seminar on the subject chosen above in the presence of Guide and External examiner preferably from industry or the university. Prof.Aurangabad. Kolhe Chairman. which should involve system design aspect. Survey of latest development in Electronics and allied fields. Modification aspect of an existing electronics systems. 1. It can be practical need of the industry. /Week Practical Exam: 50 Marks The project work will be carried out by a batch of at the most 3 students (preferably 2 students) working on a topic related to the electronics and allied fields. It shall consist of the term work in the form of hand written typed report not less than 25 pages. 30 . 4. Laboratory work involving constructional theoretical and design aspects of the project/ system. B.30 - EC4108 Project Part-I Practical: 2 Hrs.A.

CMOS Digital Integrated Circuits. TAP controller and TAP controller state diagram. I – V Characteristics of NMOS and PMOS. M. stuck-Open and Stuck-short faults. Mobility Degradation. Boundary Scan check. Pass Transistor Logic. Design-for –testability.. Layout of CMOS Inverter. introduction to fault coverage. Second order effects – CLM. Body bias.TMH 3rd 2003 31 . Elements of VHDL.E. 08 Testability Need of Design for testability. Packages and configurations. Test benches. 1997. VHDL. 2. D. Transfer Characteristics Of CMOS Inverter.static.B. Perry. 1995. Scan path. The State diagram. Transmission gate. Structural and data flow modeling. Verification of Layout 06 Introduction To VHDL Introduction. P well. Introduction.. JTAG technology. 2nd Ed. Circuits using CPL and Pass transistor logic 06 Fabrication And Layout : Basic CMOS Technology: Self aligned CMOS process. Introduction to VHDL. J. Testability. dynamic including their timing analysis and power consumption. Kang S. McGraw Hill International. Modeling in VHDL with examples such as counters. 4. Detailed analysis of CMOS Inverter with parasitics 08 CMOS Design CMOS logic families . 3. / Week Practical: 2 Hrs. Twin tub. DIBL. sequential and concurrent statements 08 Circuit Design Using FPGA & CPLD Function. Full and partial scan Text Books 1._ETC09. N well. Design flow. Design rules. Short Channel Effects – VT roll off. controllability and absorbability. Prentice Hall India. Weste and K. EDA Tool. procedures. /Week Exam Scheme : Paper: 100 Marks Practical: 50 Marks Term Work: -- 1 2 3 4 5 6 Topics and Contents Hours 06 MOS Devices : Introduction to MOST.VHDL. study of Architecture of CPLDs and FPGAs. Digital Integrated Circuits: A Design Perspective.31 - Part -II EC4201 VLSI Design Teaching Scheme : Lectures: 4 Hrs. Rabaey. Modeling styles: Sequential. Registers and Bidirectional bus. Addison Wesley. N. Attributes. stuck-at Fault Model.doc . Eshranghian. CPL. Principles of CMOS VLSI Design. synthesizable and Nonsynthesizable statements.

B.E. 32 . Boyce and Baker “CMOS” EEE Press. 2. Bushnell Agrawal Essentials of Electronic Testing for digital memory and mixed signal VLSI circuits. Xilinx FPGA /CPLD Data Book 3.2000.doc . Kulwar Academec Publisher Reference Books 1.J Bhaskar Practical Examination : The practical examination will be of three hours duration. Term work : Term work will consist of record of minimum 8 experiments based on the syllabus._ETC09. VHDL Primer Addison Wesley Longman.32 - 5. It will consist of one experiment conducted during the course and an Oral examination based on the syllabus.

wobuloscope. colour TV camera & picture tubes. 33 .E. Mobile TV. 5 04 Colour TV system:NTSC .MPEG. Dhake.HDTV. Practical Examination : The practical examination will be of three hours duration. Colour TV Theory & Practice –S. composite video signal. 6 04 Allignment. scanning. It will consist of one experiment conducted during the course and an Oral examination based on the syllabus. Term work : Term work will consist of record of minimum 8 experiments / Assignments based on the syllabus. / Week Exam Scheme : Paper: 100 Marks Practical: 50 Marks Term Work: -- Topics and Contents Hours 06 Basic TV system:B/W TV system. Monochrome & Colour TV-R. Colour TV receiver. DVD. 2.Bali. monochromatic picture tube. M.Satellite TV. IF subsystem .CATV. Basic TV & Video Systems-Bernard Grobb. 8 04 Sound recording & reproduction:Magnetic recording. / Week Practical: 2 Hrs. MP3 player. PA system for auditorium.TFT etc. mixing of colours. chromaticity diagram. video signal for colour. colour difference signals. TMH Publication. 3.DTH TV. Cord less microphone system. Systems. SECAM. Optical recording. CD recording. luminance signal.video amplifier. PI publication 1 Reference Book:1. 2 06 TV cameras & picture tubes:Vidicon. colour fundamentals. TMG Hill Publication. CCTV.PAL. (Encoder& decoder). 2. 3 04 TV signal transmission & propagation:Propagation of TV signal. TV broadcast channels. Wuley Eastern publication. 7 06 Advanced Television Systems:3D TV. formation of chrominance signal. sound section. LCD TV. standards & systems. test charts.P. Audio Std. Saticon. 4 06 Monochrome TV receiver:RF tuner.B. Video Demisified –Kelth Jack. Television & Video Engineering-A. CCD image scanner. Conditional Access systems._ETC09. Text Book:1. TV transmission & reception antennas. Colour transmitter. Allignment & fault finding in TV receiver. pattern generator. field strength meter. functional requirement of receiver stages. Gulati.doc . TV standards. testing & servicing of TV receivers:Study & use of swip generator. Plumbicon. Video on demand. R. Display devices-LCD. Horizontal & vertical deflection circuits. CD. Digital TV .33 - EC4202 Audio Video Engineering (ECT) Teaching Scheme : Lectures: 4 Hrs.

interpixel and psychovisual image redundancy. histogram processing. Analysis & Machine Vision’ Thomson Publication.chain codes. Some basic relationships between pixels. Discrete Cosine Transform – its application in Baseline JPEG . / Week Practical: 2 Hrs. enhancement using arithmetic and logic operations.34 - EC4203 Digital Image Processing (EC/IE) Teaching Scheme : Lectures: 4 Hrs. pruning for binary and gray scale images. edge linking and boundary detection. pseudo colour image processing 06 Image Enhancement : Basic grey level transformations. region based segmentation. Milan Sonka ‘Image Processing ._ETC09. Medical applications such as tumour detection. Magnetic Resonance Imaging analysis using transforms. /Week Exam Scheme : Paper: 100 Marks Practical: 50 Marks Term Work: -- 1 2 3 4 5 6 Topics and Contents Hours 04 Digital Image Fundamentals : Elements of visual perception. opening & closing operations. boundary descriptors & regional descriptors 10 Image Transforms & compression : Coding. Introduction to Radon Transform 06 Image Processing Applications : Applications of transforms in fingerprinting. dilation & erosion. sub band coding Haar Transform – it’s application as a Wavelet. Image sampling & Quantization. skeletons. 08 Image Segmentation : Detection of discontinuities.B. Gonzalez. multi resolution expansions. Fast Walsh Transform. colour fundamentals. Walsh Hadamard Transform.doc . use of watersheds. thinning. Text Books: 1. 34 . Error free compression 2-D Discrete Fourier Transform. thresholding.E. fidelity criteria. spatial filtering – smoothing and sharpening filters. ‘Digital Image Processing’ – PHI . image representation. Smoothing and sharpening frequency domain filters 06 Morphological Image Processing : Neighbourhood concepts. 2nd edition 2. adjacency and distance measures. colour models. Woods. Introduction to Gabor Transform. 1-D Wavelet Transform. basic morphological operations such as region filling. Fast Wavelet Transform. thickening. Morphological applications.

stretching 3. power Law correction 2.doc . List of Practicals 1. John Wiley. Morphological operations on Gray scale images 7. Histogram mapping & equalisation. DCT/IDCT computation 11. Jain A. ‘ Fundamentals of Digital Image Processing’.K. It will consist of one experiment conducted during the course and an Oral examination based on the syllabus. PHI. 1997 Practical Examination : The practical examination will be of three hours duration. Image negation. sharpening 4.B. Pseudo coloring 8.. 2001 2. Transform application assignment. Image smoothing ._ETC09. Prewitt and Roberts operators 5. . Edge detection – use of Sobel. Image statistics 10. Morphological operations on binary images 6. TERMWORK: Term work will consist of record of minimum 8 experiments out of the following list. Chain coding 9. ‘ Digital Image Processing’.K. Comments : C / C++ and MATLAB may be used for the Practical 35 .E. Pratt W.35 - Reference Books:1.

S.Other Tracking Radar Topics -Comparison of Trackers Automatic Tracking with Surveillance Radars (ADT). 08 Overview Of Satellite Systems.Probabilities of Detection and False Alarm.Introduction – Linear Beam Power Tubes .Detection of Signals in Noise.36 - EC4204 Radar and Satellite Communications (ECT/Electronics & Communication) Teaching Scheme : Lectures: 4 Hrs.Atmospheric Refraction -Standard propagation .The Radar Receiver .Radar Block DiagramRadar Frequencies –Applications of Radar – The Origins of Radar The Radar Equation Introduction.MTI from a Moving Platform (AMIT) .Pulse Doppler Radar – Other Doppler Radar Topics.Receiver Noise and the Signal-to-Noise Ratio-Probability Density Functions. Radar Receivers .Limitations to Tracking Accuracy .Radar Displays.Transmitter Power-Pulse Repetition Frequency.Integrators .Digital MTI Processing Moving Target Detector .Tracking with Radar –Monopulse Tracking –Conical Scan and Sequential Lobing .Reflector Antennas .Radar Cross Section of TargetsRadar cross Section Fluctuations.Integration of Radar Pulses.B.Limitations to MTI Performance .Other aspects of Radar Transmitter.Antenna Parameters-System losses – Other Radar Equation Considerations 06 MTI and Pulse Doppler Radar Introduction to Doppler and MTI Radar.Duplexers and Receiver Protectors.Constant-False-Alarm Rate Receivers .The Radar Antenna .Receiver noise Figure Superheterodyne Receiver .Signal Management .Delay –Line Cancelers.Magnetron Crossed Field Amplifiers .Electronically Steered Phased Array Antennas – Phase Shifters -Frequency.Propagation Radar Waves . / Week Practical: 2 Hrs.Domsats – Polar Orbiting Satellites – Problems – Kepler’s First Law – Kepler’s Second Law – Kepler’s Third Law – Definitions of Terms for Earthorbiting Satellites – Orbital Elements – Apogee and Perigee Heights – Orbital Perturbations 36 .The Radar operator ._ETC09.Nonstandard Propagation .doc .Scan Arrays Radar Transmitters . 06 Detection of Signals in Noise Introduction – Matched –Filter Receiver –Detection Criteria – Detectors –Automatic Detector .E. /Week Exam Scheme : Paper: 100 Marks Practical: 50 Marks Term Work: -- 1 2 3 4 Topics and Contents Hours 06 Introduction to Radar Basic Radar –The simple form of the Radar Equation.Staggered Pulse Repetition Frequencies –Doppler Filter Banks .Solid State RF Power Sources .Low-Angle Tracking Tracking in Range . Orbits And Launching Methods Introduction – Frequency Allocations for Satellite Services – Intelsat – U.Other RF Power Sources .

Satellite Communication by Gagliardi.E.37 - 5 6 Effects of a Nonspherical Earth – Atmospheric Drag – Inclined Orbits – Calendars – Universal Time – Julian Dates – Sidereal Time – The Orbital Plane – The Geocentric-Equatorial Coordinate System – Earth Station Referred to the IJK Frame – The Topcentric-Horizon Co-ordinate System – The Sub-satellite Point – Predicting Satellite Position. Term work : Term work will consist of record of minimum 8 experiments based on the syllabus.C. Robert M.B._ETC09.D.Prasad Practical Examination : The practical examination will be of three hours duration. Electronic Communication Systems. Tata Mc Graw Hill 3. 37 . Electronic Communication Systems. 2. K. 06 08 Text/Reference Books: 1. Principles of Communication. George Kennedy. Blake 6. Taub and Schilling . It will consist of one experiment conducted during the course and an Oral examination based on the syllabus.doc . Tata McGraw Hill. Geostationary Orbit & Space Segment Introduction – Antenna Look Angels – The Polar Mount Antenna – Limits of Visibility – Near Geostationary Orbits – Earth Eclipse of Satellite – Sun Transit Outage – Launching Orbits – Problems – Power Supply – Attitude Control – Spinning Satellite Stabilization – Momentum Wheel Stabilization – Station Keeping – Thermal Control – TT&C Subsystem – Transponders – Wideband Receiver – Input Demultiplexer – Power Amplifier – Antenna Subsystem – Morelos – Anik-E – Advanced Tiros-N Spacecraft Earth Segment & Space Link Introduction – Receive-Only Home TV Systems – Outdoor Unit – Indoor Unit for Analog (FM) TV – Master Antenna TV System – Community Antenna TV System – Transmit-Receive Earth Stations – Problems – Equivalent Isotropic Radiated Power – Transmission Losses – Free-Space Transmission – Feeder Losses – Antenna Misalignment Losses – Fixed Atmospheric and Ionospheric Losses – Link Power Budget Equation – System Noise – Antenna Noise – Amplifier Noise Temperature – Amplifiers in Cascade – Noise Factor – Noise Temperature of Absorptive Networks – Overall System Noise Temperature – Carrier-to-Noise Ratio – Uplink – Saturation Flux Density – Input Back Off – The Earth Station HPA – Downlink – Output Back off – Satellite TWTA Output – Effects of Rain – Uplink rain-fade margin – Downlink rain-fade margin – Combined Uplink and Downlink C/N Ratio – Intermodulation Noise. Antenna and Wave Propagation . 5. Satellite Communication by Agrawal D. 4.

Euler equations. Image Processing and Analysis and Application of Machine Vision System. Power conversion unit etc. overview of actuators. Robotic Mass Distribution & Inertia. Specifications of robot. New York 2. Robotic Engineering – Klafter. Overview of robot subsystems. Internal & External sensors. D-H matrix. velocity & acceleration of moving frames. Inverse or back solutions. Tension. relocking and acceleration profile. Mumbai 38 .C. Definition. Classification of Robots based on co-ordinate system. Cartesian motion of manipulator. force sensors. Robotic assembly sensors & Intelligent Sensors. Present trends and future trends in robotics. Controller. position. vacuum & other methods of gripping. Fundamentals of Robotics – T. PHI. 08 End Effectors and Actuators: Different types of grippers. co-ordinate reference frames. forward solutions. Basic Structure of Robots. Object recognition. techniques of using direct & geometric approach._ETC09. 06 Robot Vision: Machine Vision system. McGraw Hill. Basic control system.38 - EC4205 Robotics (EC/IE) Teaching Scheme : Lectures: 4 Hrs. relocking and acceleration sensors.B. Robotics for Engineers – Yoram Koren. matrix operations.doc . Obstacle avoidance. Negin. 08 Motion Planning and Controllers: On-off trajectory. Homogeneous co-ordinate vector operations. Nandu Publishers. camera. sensing. touch slip laser range tinder. /Week Exam Scheme : Paper: 100 Marks Practical: 50 Marks Term Work: -- 1 2 3 4 5 Topics and Contents Hours 08 Introduction: Automation and Robotics. Thomas. Text Books: 1. description. Components of Robot systemManipulator. Digitizing. control loops of robotic system. PHI. NewDelhi 2. Manjunath. joint interpolated control.E.problem of obtaining inverse solution. proximity sensors.Link co-ordinate frames. Jacobian in terms of D-H matrix. Homogeneous transformation and manipulator orientation relative points reference frames. Newton’s equation. Dynamic Modeling of Robotic Manipulators. Fuzzy controllers. 10 Dynamics & Kinematics: Dynamic constraints. New Delhi Reference Books: 1. Fundamentals of Robotics: Analysis and Control – Robert J Schilling. / Week Practical: 2 Hrs.

(C / C++ OR MATLAB) 9. NewDelhi Practical Examination : The practical examination will be of three hours duration.HSU. To build robot for given configuration and degrees of freedom. 2. (C / C++ OR MATLAB) 39 .39 - 3. 4. I. Term work : Term work will consist of record of minimum 8 experiments out of the following list List of Practicals: 1.E._ETC09. To build robot arms using mechanical components and applying motor drive. Motion of robot for each degree of freedom. Direct Kinematics analysis of 4-axis robot. rotary to linear) using mechanical components. Mittal. 7.doc . J.B. 6. K. NewDelhi 4. TMH. Study of Pneumatic Robot OR Study of Robot Vision System. Nagrath. 2D simulation of a 3 DOF robot arm. Robotics and Control. Study of motion conversion (rotary to rotary. It will consist of one experiment conducted during the course and an Oral examination based on the syllabus. MEMS and Microsystems Design and Manufacture. 3. Robot path planning using Simulation & Control Software. 5. To perform pick and place operation using Simulation Control Software. 8. TMH.R. Teaching a sequence to robot using Teach Pendant.

System capacity& its improvement. co channel & adjacent channel interference . Performance criteria.Wireless Transport layer security.Rappaport 3. /Week Exam Scheme : Paper: 100 Marks Practical: 50 Marks Term Work: -- 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Topics and Contents Hours 05 Introduction of wireless communication : Overview.E. 05 Wireless LAN Technology : Overview. Pearson Education. evolution of cellular system.Wireless Session . channel assignments. Base band specification. Wireless Communication & networking-William Stalling 2. logical link control & adaptation protocol. Radio specification. Mobile communication Engg. Mobile communication –Rampantly 40 . 05 Digital cellular networks: GSM architecture& interfaces. wireless transaction .MAC frame. Wireless Communication. GPRS 05 Wireless Access Protocol : WAP architecture .Schiller Reference Books: 1. protocols.Wireless Application Environment .11. MAC management.WML Text Books : 1.Lee W. roaming. Link manager specification. FDMA. principles & practice-T.S. Cellular system architecture & operation. Channels used in GSM. Spread Spectrum LANs Narrowband Microwave LANs IEEE 802. Multiple access schemes for wireless communication -TDMA. Data oriented CDPD networks. SDMA 10 Wireless Network Planning And Operation : frequencies management. frequency reuse. MAC layer .doc . Mobile communication”._ETC09.Architecture.B.40 - EC4206 Wireless Communication & Networks (Electronics & Communication) Teaching Scheme : Lectures: 4 Hrs.C. 05 Mobile data networks: Introduction.Y 2. infrared LANs. Handoffs & its types. frame structure of GSM. signal processing in GSM. WLAN technologies. Wireless Datagram . 05 Bluetooth : Overview. CDMA. / Week Practical: 2 Hrs.

B.Kamilo Feher 4.41 - 3. TERMWORK: Term work will consist of record of minimum 08 experiments on the syllabus 41 .doc .E. Principles of Wireless networks-Kavesh pahlavan & P. 1999. It Will consist of one experiment conducted during the course and oral exam based on syllabus. Wireless digital communication”._ETC09.Krishna Murthy Practical Examination: Practical Examination will be of 3 hrs duration. PHI.

Fixed and Floating point DSPs. 5 06 Architectures for DSPs Basic Generic Architectures for DSPs. Selection of DSPs. E. Radar tracking implementetion Text Books:1. configuration of adaptive filters. Proakis.Levinson Durbin algorithm. image processing. rational power spectra. Algorithms and Applications”. forward & backward linear prediction. DT random signals. adaptive telephone echo cancellation. LPC analysis and synthesis. Adaptive filtering of ocular artifacts from the human EEG. Jervis. Efficient D/A conversion in Hi-Fi systems. like FIR. Pearson education. main components of adaptive filters. “Digital Signal Processing Implementation using DSP. 4 08 Power Spectrum Estimation Estimation of Spectra From Finite duration observation of signals. SSB modulation. 08 2 Adaptive filters Need of adaptive filters. Introduction to SHARC. Pipelining. / Week Practical: 2 Hrs.B. Estimation of autocorrelation and power spectrum of random signal. time averages for DT random process. multi level filter banks. Implementation of Basic DS algorithms.E. Principles.Bartlett window and Welch method. Harward Architecture. S. Adaptive Algorithms: LMS adaptive algorithms. digital filter banks and their analysis and applications.doc . /Week Exam Scheme : Paper: 100 Marks Practical: -Term Work: 50 Marks Topics and Contents Hours 06 Random Signals Characterization of random signals: review of deterministic signals. Dynamic range compression. Avtar Singh. adaptive filters as noise cancellation. random signals. Acoustic Noise Canceler. MAC. IIR Filters. power spectra. 1 42 . on chip memory. “Digital Signal Processing. “Digital Signal Processing. C. AR. MA & ARMA. Wiener filter for filtering and prediction. case study of TMS320c54XX. John G. filters in sampling rate alteration systems. Microprocessors with examples from TMS 320C54XX”. Non parametric methods for power spectrum estimation. 3. estimations of spectra from finite – duration observation of signals. 3 06 Linear prediction and optimum linear filters Lattice structures. 2. recursive least square algorithms. 6 06 Applications of DSP using MATLAB Mobile communication.A Practical Approach”. Solution of the normal equation. special Instructions. Pearson education. medical. W._ETC09. 2nd Edition. innovation representation of random process. Ifleachor and B. Thomas Publication. correlation function. Manolakis. Srinivasan. sample rate conversion using poly-phase filter structures.42 - EC42071 Advanced Digital Signal Processing (Elective-II for ECT) Teaching Scheme : Lectures: 4 Hrs.

Programming & Applications”.B. 5. 4. Implementation of FIR Filter. 10. To implement Levinson Durbin Algorithm for Solution of Normal equations. “dsp”tmh 9. Implementation of any one application Implementation of the following DSP Algorithms on DSP processors: 9. P. “Digital Signal Processors. 4. Determination of FIR prediction filters using Forward and Backward prediction. 8. 7.com 7. www. 4th Edition. 2. Simon Haykins. Pearson Education. “ DSP Primer”.k mitra. B. 6. Demonstration of Hardware and Software utilities for DSP starter kits (Texas.E. 8. S. PHI. . P. “Texas Manual for DSP Processors & Starter kit”. “Speech Signal Processing”. 3. C. “Multirate Systems and filter banks”. Vaidyanathan. Implementation of Least Mean Square (LMS) Algorithm._ETC09. 3.dspguide. 6. Venkatramani. 1. Architecture. Implementation of IIR Filter 43 . IEEE Press. 2002. “Adaptive Filter Theory”. by Tata McGraw Hill.Britton. Rorabaugh. Realization of cascade Lattice of FIR Filter. 10. TMH. Applications to DSP Using Matlab by proakis TERMWORK: Term work will consist of record of minimum 8 practicals out of the following using matlab. M. Mathworks manuals. “A Handbook of Digital Image Processing”. Power Spectrum Estimation using any one non-parametric method. 5. Bhaskar. 2.doc 4.43 - Rabinar. Reference Books: 1. ADSP or Motorola). Gold. Generate random signals and plot their realization.

“Wireless and Mobile Networks Architecture”. Micro browser. Pervasive Computing.GSM mobility management and Handoff management.GSM. PACS.2G.2. IEEE 802. acquiring user input. WLL system. ATM.al. Jochen Burkhardt. various layers of Bluetooth & link manager protocol. / Week Practical: 02 Hrs. GSM architecture. Technology and Architecture of Mobile Internet Applications. protocol & its application. CDMA. 08 Cellular Technologies: Overview of Spread Spectrum.B. Fundamentals of WML. 08 Protocol Architecture: CDPD. Sandeep Singhal. Principle of Wireless Communication. et. Using variables.E. HIPERLAN & its types. 3.3G and 4G technologies. Tables. Asoke K Talukder -“ Mobile Computing”TMH. GPRS. Mobile computing software (pervasive computing). 5.44 - EC42072 Mobile Computing (Elective-II for ECT) Teaching Scheme : Lectures: 04 Hrs. 2. Introduction to CT2. /Week Exam Scheme : Paper: 100 Marks Practical: -Term Work: 50 Marks 1 2 3 4 Topics and Contents Hours 10 Communication Architecture. IPv6 & its application in mobile computing. signaling techniques in network . Data management for mobile computing. 6. HIPERLAN2 & its features. GPRS services. TERMWORK: Term work will consist of record of minimum 08 experiments on the syllabus 44 .doc . John Wiley. DECT. Yi Bing Lin. 04 Text/Reference Books : 1. WAP security. Addison Wesley. Cellular system & related concepts. & WAP strategies. architecture. 5 Distributed Mobile Computing: Distributed OS & file system. challenges of mobile computing. VoIP. Displaying images.5G. writing and formatting text. “Mobile Communication” Pearson Education._ETC09. WAP gateways. PHS. Overview 1G. Adhoc network MAC & its management. “ Wireless Application Protocol”. 10 Wireless Application Protocol (WAP) WAP environment & architecture. Bluetooth scenario.11 network topology. Wireless Telephony application.Pearson Education 4. Thomas Bridgman. Wrox “ The Beginning WML and WML Script” Wrox Publication.2002. Schiller. Navigation between cards and Decks.

AI representations. McDermott 2.45 - EC42073 Artificial Intelligence (Elective-II for ECT) Teaching Scheme : Lectures: 4 Hrs. strips. Statistical and Probabilistic Reasoning. Architecture of expert systems. Hierarchical planning. / Week Practical: 2 Hrs. Script. Secondary Search. Neural net architecture & applications. Elain Rich and Kerin Knight. ISA Hierarchy. ATN. Knowledge representation.doc . Qualities.B. AI Applications. Charniak. Sanjay Rawika. Semantic. /Week Exam Scheme : Paper: 100 Marks Practical: -Term Work: 50 Marks Hours 07 1 2 3 4 5 6 Topics and Contents Introduction To Artificial Intelligence Definition. Rajendra Akerkar. Mean and End Analysis. List commitment strategy Neural Networks Learning by training neural networks. “Artificial Intelligance” Reference Books 1. “Introduction to Artificial Intelligance”. Frame Notation. Resolution. properties of internal representations Heuristic Search Techniques. Conceptual Dependancy. A* and AO* Algorithms Game Playing & Predicate Logic Minimax search procedure. Natural language processing & understanding & paragmatic. Semanticnet Frames. Natural Deduction Knowledge Representation Using Non-Monotonic Logic Truth Maintenance System. Implementation using goal stack. K. Introduction to neural networks. Kishan Mehrotra. Alpha-beta cut-offs. Mohan. “Introduction to Artificial Intelligance”. finite state machines. understanding sentences Expert Systems Utilization and functionality. Predicate and arguments. “Arificial Neural Network” 3. Best File Search. Non-linear planning using goal stacks. Two case studies on expert systems 07 07 07 07 07 Text Books 1. Predicate Calculus.E. Waiting for Quiescence._ETC09. Eugane. Prentice Hall Publication TERMWORK: Term work will consist of record of minimum 08 experiments out of the following list 45 . Planning Block world. Syntactic. Frew. RTN.

Implement the program for graphics (Individual) 10.E. Implement the authentication program 9. Implement the game using 8 tile puzzle using depth first search technique 5. Implementation of simple neural network architecture for any pattern recognition application.B. 7. Implement A* algorithm to solve the problem of 8-puzzle (consider any initial state and final state) 3. Implement the game ‘Tic-Tac-Toe’ by using intelligent algorithm ( or magic square method ) 2. Implement the prolog for Family history management 8. Shoe the working of A0 algorithm 4._ETC09. Implement the game using 8 tile puzzle using Bredth first search technique 6. Implement the expert system (Mini project : Group task) 46 .doc List of Practicals .46 - 1.

E. Electronic mail security. Cost justification and consideration. /Week Exam Scheme : Paper: 100 Marks Practical: -Term Work: 50 Marks 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Topics and Contents Hours 07 Overview: Fundamentals. 04 Length-restricted signature scheme. / Week Practical: 2 Hrs. Wireless Network Security Solutions for consideration. planning techniques. IP and Web security protocols. William._ETC09. ensuring site security.47 - EC42074 Network Security (Elective-II for EC/IE) Teaching Scheme : Lectures: 4 Hrs. Encryption schemes. Digital signatures. Stallings. Internet and E-commerce. “ Guide to Wireless Network Security” 3. “ Handbook of Applied Cryptography” TERMWORK: Term work will consist of record of minimum 8 experiments based on the syllabus. Vanstone. Menezes. Text/Reference Books: 1. Constructions of signature schemes. Standards. Cyber laws related to E-commerce 06 Maintenance: Configuring secure access. Authenticating architectural design issues. Enhancing Web server security. “ Cryptography and Network Security : Principles and Practice” 2. 06 Designing: Design issues. standards development. 47 . setting and definitional issues. Mathematical tools for Cryptography.B. Electronic commerce security. Foundations of Cryptography and Security. Vacca. Certificates and standards. ongoing maintenance. Design principle of Block Ciphers and Block Cipher Algorithms. Approaches and techniques used. SSL and HTTP 04 07 System security: Computer Virus. Types. Management.doc . 06 Results and Future directions: Providing network security solutions for ISP Intranet. Firewall and Intrusion detection.

macro expansion.doc . Serial port and parallel port. Case Study: Devices drivers for USB.48 - EC42075 Systems Programming (Elective-II for EC/IE) Teaching Scheme : Lectures: 4 Hrs. Virtual memory using Segmentation . 48 . 08 Memory management Contiguous memory allocation. Language processing activities. relocation Loader. Design of microprocessor. Fundamentals of language processing. / Week Practical: 2 Hrs. 06 Loaders and Linkers: Basic loaders functions. Virtual memory using paging. Text Books: 1. M. Subroutine linkers. File sharing . file protection . Phases of compilers 9 with a simple. Machine Independent macro processor features. central loaders scheme Absolute loaders. “Systems Programming and Operating System”. /Week Exam Scheme : Paper: 100 Marks Practical: -Term Work: 50 Marks 1 2 3 4 5 Topics and Contents Hours 10 Basics of System programming: Language processes.E. machine dependents. loaders linker and preprocessor Introduction to compliers: Basic compliers function. D. Beck. Advantages of and Disadvantages of dingle pass Assemblers. Advanced I/O Programming. Physical IOCS. compiles. Dynamic linking loader. Data structures of language processing: search data structure. translated types. Allocation data structures. Language processes development tools.B. assembles. Implantation of MS DOS linker. Leland L. Non-Contiguous memory allocation. Direct linking loader. Fundamental file I/O Organization. “System Software. I/O devices.shoring how each phase of complier) 10 Assemblers and Microprocessor: Assemblers: structures of assembler assembly process.” Pearson Editions. File Systems: Directory structure ._ETC09. allocation of disk space. File system reliability. In dependents assemblers features. 2. advanced macro facilities. TMH. Pass-I & Pass-II of assemblers design (with 8086). Case study FAT 32 NFS. Need of system software. Implementing file access . Design of single pass assemblers. 06 I/O Organization and I/O Programming: I/O Organization. Microprocessor: Macro definition and call. example of assignment statement in C. Dhamdhare. Design of absolute loaders direct linking loader. Nested macro calls.

E. McGraw Hill TERMWORK: Term work will consist of record of minimum 08 experiments based on the syllabus. A._ETC09.49 - 1. S.doc Reference Books: . Tanenbaum & Ablert Woodhull. 49 . 2. Donovan. “Systems Programming”. J. J. “Operating Systems”. Pearson Editions.B.

doc . Principle of Wireless Communication. 10 Wireless Application Protocol (WAP) WAP environment & architecture.2G. Bluetooth scenario. Asoke K Talukder –“ Mobile Computing”TMH. DSSS. WAP security. 08 Cellular Technologies: Spread Spectrum principle. et. architecture.5G.Pearson Education 4. Tables. TERMWORK: Term work will consist of record of minimum 08 experiments on the syllabus 50 . PACS. Jochen Burkhardt.3G and 4G technologies. GSM architecture. VoIP.B._ETC09. 5. Technology and Architecture of Mobile Internet Applications. acquiring user input. Data management for mobile computing. WAP gateways. & WAP strategies. protocol & its application. Yi Bing Lin. PHS. Wrox “ The Beginning WML and WML Script” Wrox Publication. challenges of mobile computing.E. Sandeep Singhal. Pervasive Computing. 5 Distributed Mobile Computing: Distributed OS & file system. 08 Protocol Architecture: CDPD. John Wiley. FHSS. GPRS. Introduction to CT2. HIPERLAN2 & its features.GSM mobility management and Handoff management. / Week Practical: 02 Hrs. GPRS services.2. CDMA.11 network topology. 04 Text/Reference Books : 1. DECT. Cellular system & related concepts. Thomas Bridgman. IEEE 802. ATM.GSM. writing and formatting text. IPv6 & its application in mobile computing.al. “Mobile Communication” Pearson Education.Displaying images.50 - EC42072 Mobile Computing (Elective-II for EC/IE) Teaching Scheme : Lectures: 04 Hrs. “ Wireless Application Protocol”. Wireless Telephony application.2002. Overview 1G. Addison Wesley. signaling techniques in network . Fundamentals of WML. /Week Exam Scheme : Paper: 100 Marks Practical: -Term Work: 50 Marks 1 2 3 4 Topics and Contents Hours 10 Communication Architecture. 3. Mobile computing software (pervasive computing). various layers of Bluetooth & link manager protocol. Micro browser. Navigation between cards and Decks . Using variables . Adhoc network MAC & its management. “Wireless and Mobile Networks Architecture”. HIPERLAN & its types. 2. Schiller. WLL system. 6.

Acoustic Noise Canceler. “Digital Signal Processing. rational power spectra.Bartlett window and Welch method. Fixed and Floating point DSPs. S. MA & ARMA.E. recursive least square algorithms. configuration of adaptive filters.Levinson Durbin algorithm. estimations of spectra from finite – duration observation of signals. Proakis. digital filter banks and their analysis and applications. random signals. 5 06 Architectures for DSPs Basic Generic Architectures for DSPs. MAC. “Digital Signal Processing Implementation using DSP.51 - EC42071 Advanced Digital Signal Processing (Elective-II for Electronics & Communication) Teaching Scheme : Lectures: 4 Hrs.B. W. 2nd Edition. C. 3. Radar tracking implementetion Text Books:1. LPC analysis and synthesis. AR. filters in sampling rate alteration systems. Implementation of Basic DS algorithms. John G. E. Manolakis. IIR Filters. case study of TMS320c54XX. Harward Architecture. Estimation of autocorrelation and power spectrum of random signal. power spectra. Algorithms and Applications”. sample rate conversion using poly-phase filter structures. Avtar Singh. Principles. Solution of the normal equation. special Instructions. Pearson education. image processing. Efficient D/A conversion in Hi-Fi systems. Adaptive Algorithms: LMS adaptive algorithms. Selection of DSPs. Jervis. Srinivasan. Adaptive filtering of ocular artifacts from the human EEG. 3 06 Linear prediction and optimum linear filters Lattice structures. / Week Practical: 2 Hrs. Dynamic range compression. Introduction to SHARC. Pearson education. 6 06 Applications of DSP using MATLAB Mobile communication. SSB modulation. “Digital Signal Processing. main components of adaptive filters. innovation representation of random process. forward & backward linear prediction._ETC09. Wiener filter for filtering and prediction. like FIR. Non parametric methods for power spectrum estimation. on chip memory. 4 08 Power Spectrum Estimation Estimation of Spectra From Finite duration observation of signals. adaptive telephone echo cancellation. 1 51 . /Week Exam Scheme : Paper: 100 Marks Practical: -Term Work: 50 Marks Topics and Contents Hours 06 Random Signals Characterization of random signals: review of deterministic signals. medical. Ifleachor and B. correlation function. time averages for DT random process. DT random signals.A Practical Approach”. multi level filter banks. Pipelining. 2. adaptive filters as noise cancellation.doc . 08 2 Adaptive filters Need of adaptive filters.

2. by Tata McGraw Hill.doc . M. Pearson Education. 2. 6. “Adaptive Filter Theory”. “Texas Manual for DSP Processors & Starter kit”. “Multirate Systems and filter banks”. Architecture. 4.com 7. Implementation of IIR Filter 52 .Britton. “dsp”tmh 9._ETC09. Determination of FIR prediction filters using Forward and Backward prediction. Implementation of FIR Filter. Rorabaugh. Implementation of Least Mean Square (LMS) Algorithm. Gold. 10. 6. 5. 4th Edition. 10. ADSP or Motorola). “A Handbook of Digital Image Processing”. Power Spectrum Estimation using any one non-parametric method. P. www. “Speech Signal Processing”. “Digital Signal Processors. S. Thomas Publication. P. Applications to DSP Using Matlab by proakis TERMWORK: Term work will consist of record of minimum 8 practicals out of the following using matlab. 5. Demonstration of Hardware and Software utilities for DSP starter kits (Texas. Programming & Applications”. Simon Haykins. “ DSP Primer”. 8. PHI. Mathworks manuals.B. Implementation of any one application Implementation of the following DSP Algorithms on DSP processors: 9. Bhaskar. 4. 2002. C. 8. 1.k mitra. 7. To implement Levinson Durbin Algorithm for Solution of Normal equations. Vaidyanathan. Microprocessors with examples from TMS 320C54XX”. 3. Venkatramani. Reference Books: 1. Rabinar.52 - 4. TMH. 3.E. IEEE Press. Realization of cascade Lattice of FIR Filter. B.dspguide. Generate random signals and plot their realization.

CDMA. Using variables . ATM. Fundamentals of WML. 04 Text/Reference Books : 1.B. Schiller. / Week Practical: 02 Hrs. 6. GSM architecture. 10 Wireless Application Protocol (WAP) WAP environment & architecture. “Wireless and Mobile Networks Architecture”. PHS. GPRS services. protocol & its application. architecture. Mobile computing software (pervasive computing). 08 Protocol Architecture: CDPD._ETC09. et. Teaching Scheme : Lectures: 04 Hrs. Introduction to CT2. Tables. /Week 1 2 3 4 5 Distributed Mobile Computing: Distributed OS & file system.53 - EC42072 Mobile Computing (Elective-II for Electronics & Communication) Exam Scheme : Paper: 100 Marks Practical: -Term Work: 50 Marks Topics and Contents Hours 10 Communication Architecture. VoIP.2002. Wrox “ The Beginning WML and WML Script” Wrox Publication.3G and 4G technologies.al. various layers of Bluetooth & link manager protocol.2.5G.2G. TERMWORK: Term work will consist of record of minimum 08 experiments on the syllabus 53 . 08 Cellular Technologies: Spread Spectrum principle. Sandeep Singhal. Wireless Telephony application. WAP gateways. 2. Pervasive Computing. Asoke K Talukder –“ Mobile Computing”TMH. “Mobile Communication” Pearson Education. Principle of Wireless Communication. HIPERLAN2 & its features. John Wiley. IPv6 & its application in mobile computing. Technology and Architecture of Mobile Internet Applications. “ Wireless Application Protocol”.GSM. 3.E. DSSS.Pearson Education 4. Navigation between cards and Decks . Yi Bing Lin. Addison Wesley.11 network topology. challenges of mobile computing. Thomas Bridgman. & WAP strategies. DECT. Cellular system & related concepts. GPRS.Displaying images.GSM mobility management and Handoff management. Data management for mobile computing. PACS. HIPERLAN & its types. WAP security. Adhoc network MAC & its management.doc . FHSS. 5. Overview 1G. acquiring user input. WLL system. Micro browser. signaling techniques in network . IEEE 802. Bluetooth scenario. writing and formatting text. Jochen Burkhardt.

Predicate and arguments. AI Applications. ISA Hierarchy. /Week Exam Scheme : Paper: 100 Marks Practical: -Term Work: 50 Marks Hours 07 1 2 3 4 5 6 Topics and Contents Introduction To Artificial Intelligence Definition. Natural language processing & understanding & paragmatic.E. Semantic. Architecture of expert systems. “Arificial Neural Network” 3. Waiting for Quiescence. Best File Search. Frame Notation.B. Planning Block world. McDermott 2. “Introduction to Artificial Intelligance”. Two case studies on expert systems 07 07 07 07 07 Text Books 1. strips. Mohan. understanding sentences Expert Systems Utilization and functionality. Sanjay Rawika. Kishan Mehrotra. Neural net architecture & applications. Frew. Implementation using goal stack.doc . “Artificial Intelligance” Reference Books 1. Elain Rich and Kerin Knight. Prentice Hall Publication TERMWORK: Term work will consist of record of minimum 08 experiments out of the following list 54 . Eugane. Knowledge representation. Semanticnet Frames. AI representations. List commitment strategy Neural Networks Learning by training neural networks. “Introduction to Artificial Intelligance”. properties of internal representations Heuristic Search Techniques. Introduction to neural networks. Hierarchical planning. Predicate Calculus. Resolution.54 - EC42073 Artificial Intelligence (Elective-II for Electronics & Communication) Teaching Scheme : Lectures: 4 Hrs. Mean and End Analysis. Syntactic. Charniak. Natural Deduction Knowledge Representation Using Non-Monotonic Logic Truth Maintenance System. ATN. K. finite state machines. Secondary Search._ETC09. RTN. Rajendra Akerkar. Qualities. / Week Practical: 2 Hrs. Non-linear planning using goal stacks. Alpha-beta cut-offs. Conceptual Dependancy. Statistical and Probabilistic Reasoning. A* and AO* Algorithms Game Playing & Predicate Logic Minimax search procedure. Script.

Implement A* algorithm to solve the problem of 8-puzzle (consider any initial state and final state) 3. Implement the game using 8 tile puzzle using Bredth first search technique 6._ETC09.doc . Implement the program for graphics (Individual) 10. Implement the expert system (Mini project : Group task) 55 . Implement the prolog for Family history management 8. Implementation of simple neural network architecture for any pattern recognition application.55 - List of Practicals 1. 7. Shoe the working of A0 algorithm 4.E. Implement the game ‘Tic-Tac-Toe’ by using intelligent algorithm ( or magic square method ) 2. Implement the authentication program 9. Implement the game using 8 tile puzzle using depth first search technique 5.B.

E._ETC09. Practical Examination: It shall consist of an oral examination based on the report submitted by the candidates and or the demonstration of the fabricated design project. The term work shall consist of a typed report of about 60 pages on the work carried out by a batch of students in respect of the project assigned during the first term part-I and the second term Part-II . Note: The candidate must bring the project part-I report and the final report completed in all respect while appearing for practical examination of the project.56 - EC4208 Project Part-II Practical: 6 Hrs.doc . 56 . The said examination will be conducted by a panel of two examiners consisting of preferably the guide working as a senior and other external examiner preferably from Industry or the university.B. /Week Practical Exam Term –work : 100 Marks : 50 Marks Term –work: Project part II will be continuation of project part-I under taken by the candidates in the first term.

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