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(Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering)
Four Semester Course Scheme for Instruction and Examination (Revised for academic year 2003-2004)
1 hour periods/week
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SEMISTER I 01 Statistical Theory of Communication 02 Communication Networks 03 Microwave Integrated Circuits 04 Error Correcting Codes 05 Elective I TOTAL SEMISTER II 01 Microwave Devices & amplifier design 02 Satellite Communication System 03 Advanced Digital Communication 04 Mobile Communication Systems 05 Elective II TOTAL SEMISTER III 01 Seminar on Special topics 02 Dissertation Seminar TOTAL SEMISTER IV 01 Pre-synopsis Dissertation Seminar 02 Dissertation & Viva Voce TOTAL GRAND TOTAL
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Elective I i) Fibre Optic Communication ii) Antenna Theory and design
Elective II i) Advanced Digital Signal Processing ii) Data Compression Methods iii) Simulation of communication systems
and the student has to do exhaustive literature survey. Student teacher contact hours for dissertation and seminar during III & IV semester will be 2 hrs. / teacher/week. • . # 1. The student has to be in seminar in front of the committee consisting of the faculty member of the department and has to be evaluated by the committee combinedly. During III & IV semesters.Seminar on Special Topics – Each candidate should be assigned the seminar topic right in the beginning of the semester. 2. the student should work full time his/her semester and dissertation work. which has to be presented at the end of the semester. case studies etc.
operating and available power gain circles DC bias networks. characteristic of microstrip transistors. signal flow graph.SEM II MICROWAVE DEVICES AND AMPLIFIER DESIGN 1. 6. of the Read diode. oscillator design using large signal measurements. Avalanche Devices and Circuits: IMPATT diode operation. oscillator configurations. 4. 3. scattering parameters of transistors. domain formation. constant noise figure circles. Scattering matrix and the chain scattering matrix. Read Diode large signal analysis. two part negative resistance oscillator. Microwave Transistor Oscillator Design: Introduction. constant gain circles unilateral case. micro strip matching networks. powers gain equations. constant gain circles-bilateral case. one part negative – resistance oscillators. TRAPATT mode. measurement. S-Parameters and Noise Measurement: Network analysis and be automatic measurement of scattering parameters transfer noise factor. impedance. generalized scattering parameters two-port network parameters conversions. high power amplifier design two stage amplifier design.Microwave Transistor Amplifiers – Analysis And Design – Couillermo Copenzy (text) 2. Representation Of Two-Port Networks: Introduction. noise in tow port networks. application of signal flow graphs. Microwave Transistor Amplifier Design: Introduction. broadband amplifier design. Noise Broadband and High Power Design Methods: Introduction. Stability consideration. noise in Gunn device. simultaneous conjugate match bilateral case. Microwave semiconductor Circuit Design – W. Temperature effects. 2. hybrid and ABCD matrices. shifting reference plans. operating modes. larges. 5. 7. Gunn Effect Devices: Ridley-Watkins – Hilsum mechanism. spurious oscillation. normalized impedance and admittance smith chart impedance matching networks. and unilateral figure of merit. Mathing Networks And Signal Flow Graphs: Introduction. 8.Microwave Amplifiers And Oscillators – Christian Ceentili (Test) 3. large signal dipole domain analysis. traveling waves and transmission line concepts. and characterization of the spectral purity of --------? Text and Reference Books: 1. Smith chart. current – field characteristic. properties of scattering parameters. amplifier tuning Bandwidth analyses. Alaq Daris – Van Nostrand . admittance. IMPATT noise efficiency.
Orbits: Keplerian orbits Useful orbits for satellite communication. 7. Types of orbit. Platform : Subsystems. Principles of Spread Spectrum Communication – Andrew J Virebi. 8. John Wiley and sons (Text) 3. Received signal power at receiver input. 11. 9. Radio frequency subsystem. Antenna subsystems. Telemetry. Satellite Installation And Space Environment : Installation in orbit. Antenna coverage. Code division multiple access Fixed and on demand assignment.SATELLITE COMMUNICATION SYSTEM 1. Introduction To Vast Networks Text And Reference Books: 1. Multibeam satellite repeaters. Addision – Iwesley 1995 (Ref). Compensation for the effects of the propagation medium constraints. Introduction: Origin of satellite communication. Transparent repeaters. CDMA. Space segment Ground segment. Firs quarter century of service David W. 2. Influence of the propagation medium. Mechanical environment. Signal to noise ratio for a station-to-station link. Vacuum. Development of service. Regenerative – repeater . John Wiley and sons (Text) 2. Perturbations of the orbits. Rees John Wiley and Sons (Ref) 4. Earth Stations : Station organization. Bousquet. tracking and command. Multiple Access: Principle of multiple access Time division multiple access. Maral and M. Impact to the earth segment. VASAT Networks G. Satellite Communications Systems Design principles – Richard M. 10. Evolution of satellite communications. 3. Comparison of link budgets on board processing. Communication subsystem. Electric power supply. Communication Payload : Mission and characteristics of the payload. Carrier to noise ratio fat the receiving input. Propulsion subsystem. 4. 5.E. . Maral. Component reliability. Environment during installation. Development. Attitude control. Radiation flux of high energy particles. Antenna Characteristics. 6. Link Analysis: Characteristic parameters of an antenna. Radio frequency characteristics. Regenerative Satellite Networks: Transparent and regenerative repeaters. Satellite Communication Systems Techniques and Technology (3rd edition. Thermal control and structure. Mc Graw Hill (Ref) 5. Satellite Installation And Space Environment : Satellite system availability. Random access. Satellite Communication.
Gold. applications of multirate signal processing. . Prentice Hall 3. filter design and implementation. frequency transformation. symmetric and anti symmetric. Design of Digital filter : Design of fire filter. Digital Signal Processing – A. Theory and application of digital signal processing – L. Power Spectral Estimation : Parametric and non-parametric method for power spectral estimation.R. sampling rate conversion. Multirate Digital Signals Processing : Decimation by a factor D. minimum variance. matched transformation. Prentice Hall 2. 4. application of DSP to speech processing. Digital Signal Processing – John G.W. equiripple. Oppenheim & R. 2. FIR Differentiators. Text and Reference Books: 1. realization of FIR & IIR filters and Fourier transfor computation adaptive digital filters. design of digital filters based on least square method. Proakis. Helbert – transformers.V.ADVANCE DIGITAL PROCESSING 1.Rainer and B. 5. design of IIR filter – Impulse invariance bilinear transformation. Schafer. its applications. Effect of finite resister length : Effect on quantization. 6. linear phase. optimum. Interpolation. Radar Signal Processing Application of DSP to speech Processing. in along and gidgital domain. 3.
Mobile to base link entity. TETRA reference. Concept. McGraw Hill. Access Security requirements for UPT. Scenarios for partitioning and location of service profile information. 2.Introduction. TETRA network services.Basic Services.. Peripheral equipment interface. PDC. PMR configurations PMR standards. 5. IMT – 2000 network aspects.GSM. 2. Mobile Cellular Telecommunications Wlliam C. ‘+D mode. configuration. TETRA inter-system signaling. Universal Mobile Telecommunication System TMH. Routing and Billing aspects. IS – 95 Low Power wireless communication systems : CT2. Reference Books: 1. TETRA user groups. Numbering. 10. system interfaces. Circuit mode connect entity. Functional architecture for UPT. 4. Lee. Universal Personal Telecommunication:. Components and Services:. System architecture and components. TETRA inter-system interfaces. UMTS.Y. Overview. Digital Mobile Communication and TETRA Systems John Dunlop. Private Mobile Radio Environment :. 3. TETRA network management. Prentice Hal of India Pvt Ltd. TETRA System Architecture. Subscriber Access interface. IS – 136. TETRA Network Layer Protocol:. Ine. IMT – 2000 radio aspects. Special features of V+D mode. Digital Cellular Mobile Systems :. Network architecture. Operational Aspects of TETRA Network:. DECT IMT – 2000. John Wiley & Mobile & Personal Communication Systems and Services Rai Pandya. 7. mapping of logical channels Operation of TETRA . Circuit mode logical channel hierarchy. 6. Intelligent Cell Concept and Applications An Overview of TETRA System :. Summary regional initiatives on IMT – 2000.Introduction. Jamey Jrvine. 8. Voice coding TETRA. Third Generation Mobile Communication systems:Introduction.Introduction. Direct mode. edited by . 4. Network security management. Requirements of PMR services.UPT concepts and service aspects. Data services in V+D mode. Demessie Girma. PMR user community. Addressing and identities.MOBILE COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS 1.Introduction. 9. TETRA comparison with GSM. 3.
Digital Communication by John G Proakis McGrill Hill Digital communication techniques by simon. 3. Speed spectrum signals for digital communication: Direct sequence frequency – hoppel spread spectrum signals. 3. Text and Reference Book: 1. Lindesy. . 2. Digital Modulation – demodulation techniques: Review of various RSK. PSK and QAM techniques. Optimum receiver for CPM Signals. MSK-Power Spectra.performance and applications – generation of PN sequences – Synchronization of Spread Spectrum Signals. Optimum receiver for channels with ISI of AWGN: Optimum maximum likely load receiver – Linear equalization – decision feedback equalization – Adaptive equalization. 2. CPFSK. Source Coding: Average mutual information and envoy – coding for discrete sources – the lempel – algorithm – Coding for analog sourcesTemporal waveform coding – special waveform coding – Model – based source coding. linear modulated Signal. PHI Advanced Digital Communications systems & Signals processing techniques by Dr. Kamilo Feher Poentia Hall. Signal design for Band limited Channels: Nyquist – Criterion for Zero – ISI –Design of band limited signals with controlled ISI –data detection for control ISI. 5. 4.ADVANCED DIGITAL COMMUNICATION 1. Non-linear modulation methods with memory CPM.
L777 and 778 algorithms. 1. Conditional Energy. Morgan Huffman Publishers. Comparison of Huffman and Arithmetic Coding. Coding Measures of performance of compression techniques. Text and Reference Books: 3. Introduction : Compression Techniques. Random Variables. Adaptive dictionary. Arithmetic Coding: Coding a sequence Tag. 7. extended Huffman codes. Differential Energy. Introduction to Date Compression Book-Khalid Sayood. 4. Spring Verion new yark incor . Linear Predicitive Coder. Algorithm for Video Conferencing MPEG Video Standards. Model: Linear prediction Model. Physical Statistical. V42 bis standard 6. Updating procedure. Modeling. Code Excited Linear Prediction Sinusoidal Coder. Structured quantizers. 10 Video Compression: Motion Compensation. Facsimile coding Standards. 2. Loss less and loss Compression. Models. 2. 5. Structured quantizers. Fractal Image compression. Analysis/Synthesis: Speech Coding: Channel Vocoder. Adaptive Huffman coding. Quantization: Scalar Quantization: Uniform Quanitization. Lossless Image Compression: Run Length coding. Application of dictionary Techniques of file and image compression.) 3. BPB Publication ( Undo arrangement with M & T publishing Inc. Data Compression: The Complete Reference Davids. 8. vector Quantization Linde-buzo-Gray Algorithm. Non – binary Huffman codes. Coding: Differential Coding. Dictionary Based Compression: State Dictionary. Encoding / Decoding Application of Huffman Coding to Image. Minimum variance codes. Tree – structured quantizers. Modeling.DATA COMPRESSION METHODS 1. Text and Audio compression. Distribution Functions. The Data Compression book-Mark Nelson. Mathematical background: Introduction to information theory. Progressive Image Transmission. packet Video. Generating Binary Code. Context Model. Stochastic Process. Huffman Coding: Huffman Coding Algorithm. 9. Matrix Operations. and Image Compression. Multi quantizers. Application of Arithmetic Coding to Image.
Modeling of Communication Systems: a) Transmitter and Receiver subsystems b) Communication Channels c) Estimation of parameters in simulation and performance measures Case studies in simulation using MATLAB or other Languages a) Digital modulation techniques b) Source and error control coding c) Equalizers. Estimation and analysis of result. transmitting and receiving filters and synchronization.SIMULATION OF COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS 1. Sam Shanmugam. Review Topics : Modilling and simulation of continuous linear and non-linear systems. Discrete event system simulation. stochastic processes and probability concepts in simulation. Contemporary Communication Systems using MATLAB by John P. Simulation of Communication Systems by Michel C. selecting of output data. 4. 3. Input modeling. Jeruchim. 2 3 System Simulation by Geoffrey Gordon. PHI Publication. models of arrival processes. Random variables. Philip Balaban and K. verification and validation of simulation models. SIMSCRIPT and object oriented simulation. simulation of single server Queuring system. generation of random numbers. Y. Text and Reference books: 1. Plenum Press N. 5. Monte carlo simulation. Proakis . Simulation languages : GPSS. 2.
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