Telecom Networks Lab – I Subrat Kar EE / Bharti School of Telecom Handout

1 Test and Measurement
1.1 Lab equipment 1.1.1 Basic equipment 1.1.1.1 power supplies 1.1.2 Advanced equipment 1.1.2.1 signal generator / vector signal generators 1.2 Test Equipment 1.2.1.1 oscilloscopes – analog / digital / sampling 1.2.1.2 frequency counters 1.3 Measurement 1.3.1 Analog 1.3.1.1 Lock-in amplifiers 1.3.1.2 Spectrum analysers – RF Spectrum analysers, Optical Spectrum Analysers 1.3.1.3 Network Analysers 1.3.2 Digital 1.3.2.1 Protocol loggers 1.3.2.1.1 ISDN emulators 1.3.2.1.2 Bluetooth loggers 1.3.2.1.3 Ethernet Sniffers 1.3.2.2 Logic Analysers 1.3.2.3 BER Test Equipment 1.4 Virtual Instruments 1.5 Controlling and using lab equipment 1.5.1 LabView 1.5.2 HP VEE 1.5.3 Writing your own control program

3 System Design – Principles of Functional and Behavioural Analysis, Design and Synthesis
3.1 Digital Systems 3.1.1 Simulating Digital Systems 3.1.1.1 TINA – mixed analog and digital simulation 3.1.1.2 diglog - Chipmunk 3.1.1.3 TKGate 3.1.1.4 klog 3.1.2 PLD / CPLD based systems 3.1.2.1 Using WinCUPL 3.1.3 FPGA 3.1.3.1 Using Altera Quartus-II with Flex10K + CPLD 3.1.3.2 Using Xilinx ISE with Virtex-II Pro

4 Embedded Systems
4.1 Principles and components of Embedded Systems 4.1.1 OS 4.1.1.1 Porting free Operating Systems 4.1.1.2 RTOS 4.1.2 Compilers 4.1.3 Debuggers - debugging 4.2 Using micro-controllers 4.2.1 8-bit : WinAVR 4.2.2 32-bit : Rabbit, ARM7TDMI 4.3 Using Embedded Systems 4.3.1 Rabbit RCM3000 Processors 4.3.2 Intel IXP Network Processors IXP 425 / IXP 1200 / IXP 2400 4.4 Porting Linux 4.4.1 ucLinux to a IXP425 4.4.2 uclinux to a Soft Processor on a FPGA

2 Tools
2.1 Simulation tools 2.1.1 CommSim - TDM, AM, PPM, PSK, FSK

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