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8th SEM SYLLABUS
SUBJECT 1.WIRELESS COMMUNICATIONS 2.EMBEDDED SYSTEM DESIGN 3.BIOMEDICAL SIGNAL PROCESSING 4.GSM MISC PAGE NO. 1-3 4-5 6-7 8-10 11
Subject Code : 06EC81 IA 25 Marks : 03 : :
No. of Lecture Hrs/Week : 04 Total no. of Lecture Hrs. : 52
Exam Hours Exam 100 Marks
PART - A
UNIT - 1 Introduction to wireless telecommunication systems and Networks, History and Evolution Different generations of wireless cellular networks 1G, 2g,3G and 4G networks.
6 Hours UNIT - 2 Common Cellular System components, Common cellular network components, Hardware and software, views of cellular networks, 3G
Cellular backbone networks. Roaming. 8 Hours UNIT . CDMA channel concept CDMA operations. Radio resources and power management Wireless network security 6 Hours UNIT . Mobility management. Characteristics of air interface. wireless coding techniques. TDMA systems 6 Hours UNIT .5 GSM system operation. GSM channel concepts. Digital modulation 2 . GSM identifiers 6 Hours PART .6 CDMA technology. Cal handoff. Cellular concept Cell fundamentals. Capacity expansion techniques. GSM protocol architecture. CDMA overview.3 Wireless network architecture and operation. Path loss models.7 Wireless Modulation techniques and Hardware.SHRIVATHSA cellular systems components. GSM system overview. 6 Hours UNIT . Cellular component identification Call establishment.4 GSM and TDMA techniques. Traffic cases. GSM Network and system Architecture.B UNIT .
Cambridge 2005. Wireless Telecom Systems and networks. 3 .SHRIVATHSA techniques. David Tse. 3. 802.C. REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. OFDM. Fundamentals of Wireless Communication. Evolution of Wireless LAN Introduction to 802. 8 Hours TEXT BOOK: 1.11X technologies. Diversity techniques.8 Introduction to wireless LAN 802. Mobile Cellular Telecommunication. 6 Hours UNIT . 2. Typical GSM Hardware. MGH.Y. Pramod Viswanath.D P Agrawal: 2nd Edition Thomson learning 2007. Lee W. UWB radio techniques. 2002.15X technologies in PAN Application and architecture Bluetooth Introduction to Broadband wireless MAN.16X technologies. Wireless communication . Mullet: Thomson Learning 2006.
UART. 8 Hours PART . Arbitration. Operation. Advanced RAM. Protocolos . Counters. Custom Single-Purpose Processors. RT level Combinational and Sequential Components. Examples. Microprocessor Interfacing. Compulsory memory.B UNIT . Basic Architecture.4 MEMORY: Introduction.EMBEDDED SYSTEM DESIGN Subject Code : 06EC82 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100 No. A to D Converters. 6 Hours UNIT .SHRIVATHSA 2. Interfacing. Parallel and Wireless. Programmer’s View. PWM. Sequential Logic.5 4 . embedded system design challenges. trade-offs. Development Environment. Single-Purpose Processors: Software. of Lecture Hrs/Week : 04 Total no. LCD Controllers. 4 Hours UNIT . Memory Hierarchy and Cache. ASIPS. Timers. Stepper Motor Controller.Design of custom single purpose processors. of Lecture Hrs. 6 Hours UNIT . : 52 PART .1 INTRODUCTION: Overview of embedded systems. Common memory Types. common design metrics and optimizing them.2 SINGLE-PURPOSE PROCESSORS: Hardware.A UNIT .3 Standard Single-Purpose Peripherals. Advanced Communication Principles.Serial. Communication Basics. Survey of different embedded system design technologies. Combinational Logic. Optimizing single-purpose processors. Keypad controllers.
David E. Hardware software co-design aspects in embedded systems. TMH. Principles.Semaphores and shared data. Simon: Pearson Education.Function Queues scheduling . 2005 3. Thomson (2005). 8 Hours UNIT – 7&8 Basic Design Using RTOS. 2008 2.SHRIVATHSA INTERRUPTS: Basics . More operating systems services . Hard real-time scheduling considerations – Saving Memory space and power. Elsevier Publication. Tammy Noergaard. John Wiley & Sons.An example.Shared Data Problem . Tony Givargis. 8 Hours UNIT . Embedded Systems Architecture – A Comprehensive Guide for Engineers and Programmers. Raj Kamal. An Embedded software Primer . Barnett. 1999 REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. 12 Hours TEXT BOOKS: 1. Encapsulating semaphores and Queues.RTOS architecture.states .Massage Queues .Data .6 INTRODUCTION TO RTOS: Tasks . Embedded System Design: A Unified Hardware/Software Introduction Frank Vahid. Embedded C programming.2002 2. Cox & O’cull.Mail Boxes -Timers – Events Memory Management. Survey of Software Architecture. Inc. 5 . Embedded Systems: Architecture and Programming. Round Robin.Interrupt latency. Round Robin with Interrupts .
ECG lead systems.A UNIT . software for signal averaging. of Lecture Hrs/Week : 04 Total no. signal averaging as a digital filter. limitations of signal averaging. elements of digital filter. of Lecture Hrs. other applications of adaptive filtering.SHRIVATHSA 3. 5 Hours UNIT . 6 Hours UNIT . the rubber membrane concept. 60-Hz adaptive canceling using a sine wave model. : 52 PART .BIOMEDICAL SIGNAL PROCESSING Subject Code : 06EC834 (ELECTIVE -4) IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100 No.5 SIGNAL AVERAGING: Basics of signal averaging. the z-plane polezero plot. transfer function of a difference equation.2 ELECTROCARDIOGRAPHY: Basic electrocardiography.4 ADAPTIVE FILTERS: Principal noise canceler model. Objectives and difficulties in Biomedical analysis. a typical averager.3 BASICS OF DIGITAL FILTERING: Digital filters. ECG signal characteristics. types of digital filters. 5 Hours UNIT .B UNIT . the Z-transform.1 INTRODUCTION TO BIOMEDICAL SIGNALS: The nature of Biomedical Signals. 8 Hours PART . 6 . Examples of Biomedical Signals.
Choice of custom. 7 .Willis J. 2001.SHRIVATHSA 8 Hours UNIT . 6 Hours UNIT . bandpass filtering techniques. VLSI in Digital signal Processing: Digital signal processors. Rangayyan John Wiley & Sons. Tompkins. point algorithm. or off-the-shelf components. Inc. Biomedical Signal Analysis . portable arrhythmia monitor. VLSI applications in medicine. 2002.Rangaraj M. REFERENCE BOOK: 1. ASIC. ST-segment analyzer. template matching techniques. a QRS detection algorithm. PHI.8 ECG ANALYSIS SYSTEMS: ECG interpretation. Fan 8 Hours UNIT . differentiation techniques..7 ECG QRS DETECTION: Power spectrum of the ECG.6 DATA REDUCTION TECHNIQUES: Turning algorithm. VLSI sensors for biomedical signals. Biomedical Digital Signal Processing . VLSI tools. high performance VLSI signal processing. Huffman coding. 6 Hours TEXT BOOK: 1.
Data encryption in GSM.A UNIT . TCH multi frame for TCH/H. Mapping of GSM layers onto OSI layers. Channel borrowing. 5 Hours UNIT . Frequency correction channel burst. Access burst. Future techniques to reduce interface in GSM. GSM Subsystems. Dynamic power control. A interface (BSC to MSC). 5 Hours UNIT . GSM interfaces. of Lecture Hrs/Week : 04 Total no. Mobility management. GSM frequency bands. CCH multi frame.SHRIVATHSA 4. Location registration. GSM bursts. SFH. 6 Hours 8 . The radio interface (MS to BSC).1 GSM ARCHITECTURE AND INTERFACES: Introduction. GSM PLMN.GSM (ELECTIVE -5) Subject Code IA Marks 25 Exam Hours 03 Exam Marks 100 : 06EC844 : : : No. : 52 PART . A bits interface (BTS to BSC). GSM frame structure. GSM PLMN Services. Smart antenna. of Lecture Hrs. Objectives of a GSM PLMN. Synchronization burst. Normal burst. GSM logical channels.2 RADIO LINK FEATURES IN GSM SYSTEMS: Introduction. Interfaces between other GSM entities. GSM Subsystems entities.3 GSM LOGICAL CHANNELS AND FRAME STRUCTURE: Introduction. Radio link features of GSM. Discontinuous transmission (DTX). Radio link measurements. Mobile identification. Allowed logical channel combinations.
Introduction.4 SPEECH CODING IN GSM: Introduction. SERVICES. 5 Hours UNIT . Full-rate vocoder. Mobile-Terminated call. GSM call setup by an MS. Coverage planning. Service requirements. User-to-user signaling. MS-BS interface. Bit rate. Spectral efficiency of a wireless system. Receiver sensitivity and link budget. Topology model. ITU-T standards. Data services. GSM GPRS.7 PLANNING AND DESIGN OF A GSM WIRELESS NETWORK: Introduction. Time domain waveform coding. Design of a wireless system. Complexity. Mobility in cellular / PCS networks. Authentication requirements. Delay. System lifetime requirements.6 PRIVACY AND SECURITY IN GSM: Introduction. GSM PLMN services. AND CALL FLOWS IN GSM: Introduction. Interconnection for switched data. Handover.B UNIT . Planning of a wireless network. Packet data on the signaling channel. MESSAGES. Constraints for hardware implementation. Quality. Data interworking. Transmission bit rate. 7 Hours UNIT . Wireless security requirements. Design of TDMA frame. Vocoders. Token-based registration. Radio design for a cellular / PCS network. Propagation path loss. 8 Hours PART . SIM cards. Security algorithms for GSM. System requirements. MSC to VLR and HLR. Selection of modulation scheme. Call model. Token-based challenge. Physical requirements. Speech code attributes. Privacy of communications. SMS. 9 . Half-rate vocoder. Speech coding methods. GSM data services. Waveform coding.SHRIVATHSA UNIT .5 GSM messages. Frequency domain waveform coding. Radio link design. Token-based authentication. Tele traffic models. LPAS. Group 3 fax. Application of a fluid flow model. Call release. BS to MSC messages on the A interface.
TMN applications. TMN interface. NM interface and functionality. Future work items. Z. 8 Hours TEXT BOOK: 1. GSM containment tree. Design example for a GSM system. “Principles of Applications of GSM”. Management requirements for wireless networks. Service mobility management. (Editor). Management of GSM network. Wilkes. OMC functionality. 2001. 10 . OSI systems management. Friedhelm Hillebrand. Personal mobility management. TMN layers. John Wiley & Sons. REFERENCE BOOKS: rd 1. Karl Kammerlander Springer. GSM: Evolution towards 3 Generation Systems. TMN management services. NMS functionality. Zvonar Peter Jung. Terminal mobility. Management of radio resources. 8 Hours UNIT . Pearson education/ PHI. GSM information model. 1st edition 1998 2. SNMP. Garg & Joseph E.SHRIVATHSA Relationship between delay spread and symbol rate. 1999. TMN nodes.8 MANAGEMENT OF GSM NETWORKS: Introduction. Vijay K. Platform-centered management. TMN. Traditional approaches to NM. GSM & UMTS: The Creation of Global Mobile Communication.
A. Teaching hours /week Theory Pract. No SubCode Title Teaching Dept. Total Marks 1 2 3 06EC81 06EC82 Wireless Communication Embedded System Design EC EC EC 04 04 04 ------- 03 03 03 25 25 25 100 100 100 125 125 125 06EC83x Elective 4 (GroupD) 06EC84x Elective 5(Group E) 06EC85 06EC86 Project Work Seminar TOTAL 4 EC 04 --- 03 25 100 125 5 6 EC EC ---16 06 03 09 03 --15 100 50 250 100 -500 200 50 750 Elective -4 (Group D) (Group E) Elective -5 06EC831 06EC832 06EC833 06EC834 06EC835 Distributed Systems Network Security Internet Engineering Biomedical Signal Processing High performance computer networks 06EC836 Fuzzy Logic 06EC841 06EC842 06EC843 06EC844 06EC845 Multimedia Communication Real Time Operating Systems Optical Networks GSM Adhoc Wireless Networks 06EC846 Optical Computing 11 . Marks Theory/ Pract. /Project Duration Examination I.SHRIVATHSA Sl.
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