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Course Curriculum

B.TECH. (EC) II-Year, III-Semester Theory Paper I L T P Credits 3 1 0 4 EC-201 Analog Electronics Unit-1 Semiconductors & p-n Junction diode: Review of semiconductor physics, Physical operation of p-n diode and its characteristics, p-n diode modeling (Large-signal/smallsignal), p-n diode capacitances (depletion/diffusion), Breakdown in p-n diodes, Zener diode. Unit-2 Rectifier circuits, voltage regulation by Zener diode, limiting and clamping circuits, voltage multipliers Switching behavior of p-n diode, High frequency model of p-n diode, SPICE model of p-n diode, An example of p-n diode data sheet. Unit-3 Bipolar Junction Transistor(BJT): Physical structure and modes of operation, BJT current components and its physical operation(exponential-vBE / iC behavior), The Ebers-Moll representation of the BJT, Graphical representation of BJT characteristics, BJT equivalent circuits(large-signal/small-signal), Biasing the BJT for Discrete-Circuit Design, Basic single- stage BJT amplifier configurations, BJT as a switch, SPICE BJT model and simulation examples. Unit-4 Field Effect Transistors (FETs): The Junction Field Effect Transistor (JFET), , modeling and DC/AC analysis. Unit-5 MOSFET: Characteristics Structure and physical operation of Enhancement/Depletiontype MOSFETs(n/p-channel) MOSFET circuits at DC, Biasing in MOS amplifier circuits, Small- signal equivalent circuit of MOSFET, Basic configurations of single-stage IC MOS amplifier circuits, MOSFET as an analog switch, the MOSFET internal capacitances and high- frequency model. SPICE MOSFET models and simulation examples. Unit-6 Multistage Amplifiers: Analysis of multistage amplifier using BJT and MOSFETs, Significance of Coupling and bypass capacitor, types of coupling: DC, RC, Transformer, SPICE examples. Text Books
1) “Microelectronics circuits” by Sedra and Smith; Oxford university press 2) “Microelectronics circuits” by Rashid; PWS publishing company.

Conditional .Axioms of Probability .Correlation Matrices and their Properties . Function of Two Random Variables.Correlation Matrices and their Properties .II . Ergodicity.Characteristic Functions and Normality . 6. Spectral Estimation – Introduction to Spectral Analysis.Joint Moments . Probability.II .I. Correlation Covariance .Two Random Variables.I. Probability and stochastic processes by Roy D Yates and David Goodman. Tata McGraw Hill. Sequences of Random Variables .Joint Characteristic Functions . USA 2. Random Variables and Random Signal Principles by Peyton Z.Functions. B Kumar and Shail Bala Jain.Characteristic Function . Random Variables and Stochastic Processes by Athanasios Poupolis. Mean and Variance of a Random Variable . 3.3) “Electronic Devices and Circuits”.II 4.Axioms of Probability . Text Books 1. Richard M. Mean Square Estimation-Brief Introduction of Kalman Filtering.Function of a Random Variable (Cont . Reference Books: 1.Conditional Densities of Random Vectors . 2. Sequences of Random Variables . McGraw Hill Inc. Course Curriculum B.Cyclo-stationary Processes . Vector Space of Random Variables . Probability and stochastic processes for engineers by Carl W Hellstorm.Thebycheff Inequality and Estimation .Function of a Random Variable . Third Edition. Extrapolation and System Identification. (EC-202) II-Year. Minimum Phase Functions. Introduction to Stochastic Process .Ergodic Processes. Ciriaco published by PWS Publishing/Thomson Publishing. Probability. Introduction .Introduction to Random Variables .I . All Phase Functions..Stationary Processes . Peebles Jr. McGraw Hill Inc.TECH.) 2. Joint Conditional Densities .System with Random Process as Input . Wiley .Central Limit Theorem 5.Joint Conditional Densities . ValdezFlores. Wiley 3. Second Edition. PHI Reference Books: 1)“Microelectronics” by Millman and Grabel. III-Semester Theory Paper VI L T P Credits 30 0 3 EC-202: Probability and Stochastic Processes 1.Moments . Applied Probability and Stochastic Processes by Feldman.

Carry-Look Ahead Adder.TECH.Course Curriculum B. minimization of switching function: Karnaugh map method and Tabulation Method don’t care terms and applications w. Encoder and Decoder/Demultiplexer. . Bipolar RAM. and BCD adder: Principles of multiplication. ECL. (EC) II-Year. Ripple and Parallel Counter. static and dynamic RAM. ROM and PLA. astable and Schmitt trigger circuits. dual slope integration method and voltage to frequency conversion. Switching properties of Diodes. UNIT 2 Boolean algebra. EEPROM. counter type. Applications of switching transistors in bistable. division in ALU UNIT 5 Semiconductor memories: ROM. Shift Registers and Ring Counter. multiplexer. 2’s compliment and principle of subtraction. CMOS Gates and their parameters and comparisons. Switching Function. Up-Down Counter. DTL. Introduction to advanced memory concepts. III-Semester Theory Paper III L T P Credits 3 1 0 4 EC 203: Digital Electronics UNIT 1 Introduction to Number Systems and Codes. principal of DVM. . Logic gates. Designing combinational circuits with multiplexer. UNIT 3 Gated Flip Flops. successive approximation type. etc. BJT and FET. Master Slave Flip code converters and Digital Comparators. designing the combinational circuits of the counters through Excitation Table. UNIT 4 Introduction to the circuits for Arithmetic Unit: Serial and parallel Binary Adders. TTL.r. Flash ADC . monostable. EPROM. PROM. UNIT 6 Analog-to-Digital conversion:. I2L.

P. . 2. Jain (TMH). 3. R-2-R ladder type. Schilling(TMH).Mano (PHI) References: “Introduction To System Design Using Integrated Circuits” by B. Kohavi (TMH). 3. “Switching And Finite Automata Theory” by Z. “Digital Electronics And Logic Design” by M.Sonde (New Age International). Text Books: 1. “Digital Principles and Application” by Malvino & Leach (TMH). 4. 1.D-A converter: weighted resistors type. “Digital Electronics” by Gothman (PHI). “Digital Integrated Electronics” by H. 2.S. “Modern Digital Electronics” by R.Taub & D.

“Network Analysis & Synthesis” by F. UNIT VI Passive /Active network synthesis. interrelation ship between matrices of a graph.Course Curriculum B. step response. Transient Response of RC. ramp. notations and definitions. Kirchoff voltage law. Jaico Publishing house. poles and zeros. RL. & Kemmerly. fundamental cutsets matrix. “ Network Analysis” by M. transform methods in circuit analysis.F. passive verses active. network functions. impulse response. Laplace transform of common signals. 1986 2. John Wiley & Sons Inc 2. solution of state equations. causal and non-anticipated. impulse and sinusoidal excitations using Laplace Transform. Prentice Hall.TECH. Third Edition. Network theorems: superposition. Wye-Delta transformation.E. “Engineering Circuit analysis” by Hyat Jr. State variable analysis of circuits. time-variant and time invariant. Tellegen’s theorem and its application.Kuo. RLC Circuits to various excitation signals such as step. “ Fundamentals of Network Analysis & Synthesis” by Behrouz Peikari. positive real functions.II Network graph theory. Text Books: 1. RL. stable and unstable networks. McGraw Hill . formulation of state equations. various UNIT V State equations for networks. (EC) II-Year. incidence matrix. cutsets and fundamental loops. III-Semester Theory Paper IV L T P Credits 3 1 0 4 EC-204: Network Analysis and Synthesis UNIT. UNIT. Kirchoff current low. Thevenin and Norton's maximum power transfer. concept of transformed impedance. UNIT IV Two-port network parameters: driving point and transfer functions. LC. interconnections.I Review of network elements: Linear versus nonlinear. convolution. Steady state sinusoidal analysis. analysis using various two port parameters. Van Valkenburg. UNIT III Analysis of linear time invariant networks. 2006. driving point synthesis(RC. ) Introduction to passive filter. Reference Books: 1. conversion.

system functions. operations performed on them. Unit-5 Discrete Fourier transform: Properties of discrete Fourier transform. properties. linear time-invariant (LTI) systems. elementary signals. sampling theorem. common transform pairs. Unit-3 Continuous time Fourier transform: Definition of Fourier transform and its inverse. III-Semester Theory Paper V L T P Credits 3 0 0 3 EC-205: Signals and Systems Unit-1 Introduction of signals and systems. discrete time Fourier series and its properties. decimation. Hilbert transform and its properties. convolution and multiplication theorems. deterministic and random signals. overlap add and overlap save methods of convolution. stability. Unit-6 Mathematical background: Representation of signals using ortho-normal basis functions. continuous time and discrete time signals. Discrete time Fourier transform: Definition and properties. Band pass signals and Band pass systems. region of convergence. (EC) II-Year. PHI 2) “Signal & systems” by Simon Haykins. Properties of Systems. Convolution of sequences. classification of systems. convolution integral for continuous-time systems. system functions. s o l u t i o n o f difference equations. b a s ic p r op er t i es . aliasing. relation between discrete Fourier transform. PHI . convolution sum for discrete time systems. unit step. Sampling: Uniform sampling. region o f c o n v er g e n c e. Z-Transform: Definition. i n v er s i o n . analysis of LTI systems. Text Books: 1) “Signals & Systems” by Oppenheim.TECH. frequency response corresponding to difference equations. system described by differential and difference equations. properties of linear time-invariant systems. interpolation.Course Curriculum B. classification of signal. circular convolution theorem. even and odd signals. continuous and discrete time filtering. Unit-4 Laplace Transform: Definition. properties of the transform. linearity. causality. energy signals. Preenvelope and complex envelope. Correlation functions. power signals. periodic and non periodic signals.. Willsky and Nawab. stability. impulse. Power and Energy spectral density. Z and Laplace transform. poles and zeros and stability. Convolution theorem. ramp and exponentials. Unit-2 Fourier series representation of periodic signals: Representation of periodic signals by trigonometric and exponential series. Pearson. properties of continuous time Fourier series. poles and zeros. solution of differential equations.

Frequency and phase angle measurements using CRO. system International (S. Dimension. Unit-4 Electronic Measurements: Electronic voltmeter. classification of transducers. strain gauges. classification & selection of transducers. Unit-3 Measurement of Resistance. Inductance and Capacitance Measurement of low. Potentiometer. Spectrum & Wave analyzer. single phase and power factor meters. by Proakis : Pearson. design considerations and testing. TMH “ Digital Signal Processing”. Temperature transducers and photoelectric transducers. signal conditioning and telemetry.Lathi. A/D and D/C converters. Differential voltmeters. By Kamen : Pearson Linear systems and signals by B. Co-ordinate and polar types and their applications.) units. Unit-5 Instrumentation: Transducers. Self balancing (automatic) potentiometers. encoder type digital transducers. AC bridges for inductance and capacitance measurement. potentiometer. (d. by Roberts. B-H curve and measurement of dielectric loss D. Frequency-meters (Electrical resonance type). Magnetic measurement: Ballistic galvanometers and fluxmeter. Displacement transducers. frequency meter. (EC) II-Year. multimeter and storage oscilloscope. insulation resistance measurement. Separation of hysterisis and eddy current by using Lloyd Fisher square. Megger and multimeters.P. basic concepts of smart sensors and application. thermisters. ratio and phase angle errors. Text Books: . Digital voltmeter. Oxford Publication Fundamentals of signals and systems. Data Acquisition Systems. temperature and pressure. Determination of B-H curve and hystersis loop. A. Crompton and vernier types and their applications. & AC. Digital counter. piezoelectric and Hall-effect transducers. voltmeters. Course Curriculum B. Time. Unit-2 Operation and construction of galvanometer. III-Semester Theory Paper VI L T P Credits 3 0 0 3 ECE-206: Electronic Instrumentation and Measurements Unit-1 System of units: fundamental and derived units. Measurement of flux by Ballistic galvanometer and flux meter.c and ac) Ammeters and voltmeters (Moving iron.C.TECH. and induction types) induction type energy meters. photo-diodes & photo-transistors. Unit-6 Unit Measurement of Non-electrical quantities: Primary sensing elements. moving coil and thermal) and wattmeter’s (Dynamometer. inductive & capacitive transducers. Instrument Transformers: Current and Potential transfers.Potentiometers andMeasuring Instruments D.C. Measurement of strain.I. thermocouples. medium and high resistances. multimeter wattmeter & energy meter.Reference Books: 1) 2) 3) 4) “Fundamentals of Signal & Systems using the Web and Matlab”. testing and compensation. strain gauges.C.

Hall of India.K Sawhney. IV Edition 1987 . 1986. Dhanpatrai & Sons. “Electrical Measurement and Measuring Instruments” by Golding.1. 1960. Prentice. “Measurments and Instrumentation” by A. 2. “Modern Electronic Instrumentation and Measurement Techniques” by Helfrick and Cooper.W. Tata McGraw-Hill. E. 2.. Reprint1988. Reference Books 1. 3rd Edition. Sir Issac Pitman and Sons. B. “Instrumentation Measurement and Feedback” by Jones..TECH.