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Curriculum & Syllabi ( B.Tech.

ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ PONDICHERRY UNIVERSITY BACHELOR OF TECHNOLOGY PROGRAMMES (EIGHT SEMESTERS) REGULATIONS Approved by 17 Board of Studies (Engineering) meeting (Operated from the Academic Year 2003-2004)


Conditions for Admission : (A ) Candidates for admission to the first semester of the 8 semester B.Tech Degree programme should be required to have passed.

The Higher Secondary Examination of the (10+2) curriculum (Academic Stream) prescribed by the Government of Tamil Nadu / or any other examination equivalent there to with minimum of 40% marks ( a mere pass for SC/ST candidates) in aggregate of subjects – Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry.

An Examination of any University or Authority recognised by the Executive Council of the Pondicherry University as equivalent thereto. (B) Lateral Entry for Diploma passed candidates for admission to third semester of the eight semester B.Tech programme should be required to have passed three year diploma or four year sandwich diploma course in engineering/technology with a minimum of 60% marks in aggregate in the subjects covered in 3rd to 6th semester ( a mere pass for SC/ST candidates). A list of diploma programmes approved for admission for each of the degree programme is given in Annexure – A. Age Limit : The candidate should not have completed 21 years of age as on 1st July of the academic year under consideration. For Lateral Entry admission to second year of degree programme candidates, should not have completed 24 years as on 1st July of the academic year under consideration. In the case of SC/ST candidates, the age limit is relaxable by 3 years for both the cases.



Curriculum & Syllabi ( B.Tech. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ 3. Duration of Programme : The Bachelor of Technology degree programme shall extend over a period of 8 consecutive semesters spread over 4 academic years – two semesters constituting one academic year. The duration of each semester shall normally be 15 weeks excluding examinations. 4. Eligibility for the award of Degree : No candidate shall be eligible for the award of the degree of Bachelor of Technology, unless he/she has undergone the course for a period of 8 semesters (4 academic years) / 6 semesters (3 academic years for Lateral Entry candidates) in the faculty of Engineering and has passed the prescribed examinations in all the semesters. 5. Branches of Study : Brach I Branch II Branch III Branch IV Branch V Branch VI Branch VII Branch IX Branch X - Civil Engineering - Mechanical Engineering - Electronics & Communication Engineering - Computer Science & Engineering - Electrical & Electronics Engineering - Chemical Engineering - Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering
- Information Technology

Branch VIII

- Instrumentation & Control Engineering - Mechatronics

or any other branches of study as and when offered. The branch allocation shall be ordinarily done at the time of admission of the candidate to the first semester. 6. Subjects of Study : The subjects of study shall include theory and practicals as given in the scheme of examination and shall be in accordance with the prescribed syllabus. The subjects of study for the first two semesters shall be common for all branches of study. 7. Examinations : The theory and practical examinations shall comprise continuous assessment throughout the semesters in all subjects as well as university examinations conducted by Pondicherry University at the end of the semester (November / December or April / May).


Curriculum & Syllabi ( B.Tech. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ (a) Courses for which there is a written paper of 75 marks in the university examination.

The Internal Assessment marks of 25 has to be distributed as 10 marks each for two class tests and 5 marks for class attendance in the particular subject. The distribution of marks for attendance is as follows. 5 marks for 95% and above 4 marks for 90% and above but below 95% 3 marks for 85% and above but below 90% 2 marks for 80% and above but below 85% 1 mark for 75% and above but below 80% In total three tests are to be conducted and the better two are to be considered for assessment. (b) Practicals for which there is a university practical examination of 50 marks: The internal assessment marks of 50 has to be distributed as 20 marks for the periodic practical works and records submitted thereof, 15 marks for an internal practical examination, 5 marks for an internal viva voce, and 10 marks for class attendance in the particular subject. The distribution of marks is as given below. 10 marks for 95% and above 8 marks for 90% and above but below 95% 6 marks for 85% and above but below 90% 4 marks for 80% and above but below 85% 2 marks for 75% and above but below 80% 8. Requirement for appearing for University Examination : A candidate shall be permitted to appear for university examinations at the end of any semester only if: (i) He / She secures not less than 75% overall attendance arrived at by taking into account the total number of periods in all subjects put together offered by the institution for the semester under consideration. ( Candidates who secure overall attendance greater than 60% and less than 75% have to pay a condonation fee as prescribed by University along with a medical certificate obtained from a medical officer not below the rank of Asst. Director )


Curriculum & Syllabi ( B.Tech. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ (ii) He / She earns a progress certificate from the Head of the institution for having satisfactorily completed the course of study in all the subjects pertaining to that semester. (iii) His / Her conduct is found to be satisfactory as certified by the Head of the institution. A candidate who has satisfied the requirement (i) to (iii) shall be deemed to have satisfied the course requirements for the semester. (iv) In addition, the candidate shall satisfy the following conditions. (a) To be permitted to register for courses in 5th semester, the candidate should have earned a minimum of 30 credits for the I & II semesters put together. To be permitted to register for the courses in 7th semester, the candidate should have completed all credit requirements for the I and II semester and 30 credits for the 3rd and 4th semesters put together. Procedure for completing the course : A candidate can join the course of study of any semester only at the time of its normal commencement and only if he/she has satisfied the course requirements for the previous semester and further has registered for the university examinations of the previous semester in all the subjects as well as all arrear subjects if any. However, the entire course should be completed within 14 consecutive semesters. 10. Passing Minimum and Classification of Successful Candidates : (i) A candidate shall be declared to have passed the examination in a subject of study only if he/she secures not less than 50% of the total marks (Internal Assessment plus University examination marks) and not less than 40% of the marks in University examination. (ii) A candidate who has been declared “Failed” in a particular subject may reappear for that subject during the subsequent semesters and secure a pass. However, there is a provision for revaluation of failed or passed subjects provided he/she fulfills the following norms for revaluation.




Curriculum & Syllabi ( B.Tech. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ (a) Applications for revaluation should be filed within 4 weeks from the date of declaration of results or 15 days from the date of receipt of marks card whichever is earlier. The candidate should have attended all the college examinations as well as university examination. If a candidate has failed in more than two papers in the current university examination, his/her representation for revaluation will not be considered. The request for revaluation must be made in the format prescribed duly recommended by the Head of the Institution along with the revaluation fee prescribed by the University.




The internal assessment marks obtained by the candidate shall be considered only in the first attempt for theory subjects alone. For the subsequent attempts, University examination marks will be made upto the total marks. Further the University examination marks obtained in the latest attempt shall alone remain valid in total suppression of the University examination marks obtained by the candidate in earlier attempts. (iii) AWARD OF LETTER GRADES

The assessments of a course will be done on absolute marks basis, however, for the purpose of reporting the performance of a candidate, letter grades, each carrying certain points, will be awarded as per the range of total marks (out of 100) obtained by the candidate, as detailed below: Range of Total Marks 90 to 100 80 to 89 70 to 79 60 to 69 55 to 59 50 to 54 0 to 49 Incomplete Letter Grade S A B C D E F FA Grade Points 10 9 8 7 6 5 0

F Denotes failure in the course.


Curriculum & Syllabi ( B.Tech. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ FA denotes absent / detained as per clause 8. After results are declared, Grade Sheets will be issued to the students. The grade sheets will contain the following details: (a) (b) The college in which the candidate has studied. The list of courses enrolled during the semester and the grades scored. The Grade Point Average (GPA) for the semester and The Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of all enrolled subjects from first semester onwards.


(d) GPA is the ratio of sum of the products of the number of credits of courses registered and the corresponding grades points scored in those courses, taken for all the courses and sum of the number of credits o all the courses Sum of [c x GP]
GPA --------------------

Sum of C

CGPA will be calculated in a similar manner, considering all the courses enrolled from first semester, ‘F’ FA grades are to be excluded for calculating GPA and CGPA. (iv) A candidate who satisfies the course requirements for all semesters and who passes all the examinations prescribed for all the eight semesters within a MAXIMUM PERIOD OF 7 YEARS reckoned from the commencement of the first semester to which the candidate was admitted shall be declared to have qualified for the award of degree. (v) A candidate who qualifies for the award of the degree passing in all subjects pertaining to semesters 3 to 8 in his/her first appearance within 6 consecutive semesters ( 3 academic years ) and in addition secures a CGPA of 8.50 and above for the semesters 3 to 8 shall be declared to have passed the examination in FIRST CLASS with DISTINCTION. (vi) For the Award of University ranks and Gold Medal for each branch of study, the CGPA secured from 3rd to 8th semester alone should be considered. Rank certificates would be issued to the first ten candidates in each branch of study

(vii) A candidate who qualifies for the award of the degree by passing in all subjects relating to semesters 3 to 8 within a maximum period of 8 semesters after his/her commencement of study in the third semester and


including of the period of discontinuance. 11. Other conditions being satisfactory. candidates who withdraw are also eligible to be awarded. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ in addition secures CGPA not less than 6. provided he/she pays the prescribed fees to the University. Provision for withdrawal : A candidate 7/118 .Curriculum & Syllabi ( B. and on the recommendations of the Head of the Institution be granted permission by the University to withdraw from writing the entire semester examination as one Unit. The total period of completion of the course reckoned from the commencement of the first semester to which the candidate was admitted shall not in any case exceed 7 years. Discontinuation of Course : If a candidate wishes to temporarily discontinue the course for valid reasons. amend or change the regulations of curriculum and syllabus as and when found necessary. http://ece. Withdrawal shall be permitted only once during the entire course. The withdrawal application shall be valid only if it is made earlier than the commencement of the last theory examination pertaining to that semester. A candidate after temporary discontinuance may rejoin the course only at the commencement of the semester at which he/she discontinued. he/she shall apply through the Head of the Institution in advance and obtain a written order from the University permitting discontinuance. DISTINCTION whereas they are not eligible to be awarded a rank.Tech. for valid reasons.pec. (viii) All other candidates who qualify for the award of degree shall be declared to have passed the examination in SECOND CLASS. 13.5 shall declared to have passed the examination in FIRST CLASS. Revision of Regulations and Curriculum : The University may from time to time revise. 12.

Instrumentation and Control Engineering Chemical Engineering Information Technology http://ece..pec.Curriculum & Syllabi ( 8/118 .Tech courses in which admission is sought Civil Engineering Diploma courses eligible for admission Civil Engineering Civil and Rural Engineering Architectural Assistantship Architecture Civil Engineering (Sandwich) Mechanical Engineering Automobile Engineering Agricultural Engineering Mechanical and Rural Engineering Refrigeration and Air-conditioning Agricultural Engineering & Farm – Equipment – Technology Metallurgy Production Engineering Machine Design & Drafting Mechanical Engineering (Sandwich) Machine tool maintenance and Repairs (Sandwich) Printing Technology / Engineering Textile Engineering / Technology Tool Engineering Electrical Engineering Electrical and Electronics Engineering Electronics and Instrumentation Instrumentation Technology Electronics and Communication Engg. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ ANNEXURE – A B.Tech. Electronics Engineering Electrical Engineering Electrical and Electronics Engineering Medical Electronics Computer Science & Engineering Computer Technology Instrumentation and Control Instrumentation Engineering Electronics and Instrumentation Electronics Engineering Applied Electronics Medical Elecctronics Electrical & Electronics Electronics and Communication Engineering Chemical Engineering Chemical Technology Petrochemical Technology Petroleum Engineering Ceramic Technology Plastic Engineering Paper & Pulp Technology (Sandwich) Polymer Technology (Sandwich) Computer Science and Engineering Computer Technology Electrical and Electronics Engineering Electronics & Communication Engineering Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering Instrumentation Engineering Mechanical Engineering Electrical and Electronics Engineering Electronics & Communication Engineering Computer Science & Engineering Electronic and Instrumentation Engineering.

Tech.CURRICULUM I B.TECH – ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING I Semester Code No. Name of the Subjects Theory Computer Programming Mathematics – II Material Science Environmental Science Elements of Electrical and Electronics Engineering Thermodynamics Practicals Computer Lab Engineering Graphics Basic Electrical and Electronics lab Total Periods L T P 3 3 3 3 3 2 0 2 0 19 1 1 1 0 0 0 3 3 3 3 9 Credit s 3 4 3 3 4 3 1 2 1 24 Marks UE 75 75 75 75 75 75 50 50 50 600 IA 25 25 25 25 25 25 50 50 50 300 TM 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 900 UCC 0041 UCC 2202 UCC 2213 UCC 2224 UCC 0135 UCC 0026 UCC 0047 UCC 0028 UCC 0059 http://ece.Curriculum & Syllabi ( B. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ PONDICHERRY UNIVERSITY B.pec.Tech . Engineering Mechanics Practicals UCC 0217 Physics Lab UCC 0228 Chemistry Lab UCC 0029 Work Shop Practice Total UCC 0231 UCC 1202 UCC 1213 UCC 1224 UCC 0125 UCC 0016 3 3 3 3 4 2 0 0 0 18 II Semester Code 9/118 . Name of the Subjects L Periods T P 1 1 0 0 0 2 3 3 3 9 Credit s 3 4 3 3 4 3 1 1 1 23 IA 25 25 25 25 25 25 50 50 50 300 Marks UE 75 75 75 75 75 75 50 50 50 600 TM 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 900 Theory Technical English Mathematics – I Physics Chemistry Basic Engineering.

edu 10/118 .Curriculum & Syllabi ( B. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ PONDICHERRY UNIVERSITY B. UCC 0213 Physics 4.TECH (ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING) CURRICULUM AND SYLLABUS I Semester Sl. UCC 0026 Thermodynamics Practicals 7. UCC 0229 Chemistry Lab Total II Semester Sl. UCC 0041 Computer Programming 2. Theory 1.pec. Subject No. UCC 0143 Material Science 4. UCC 0047 Computer Lab 8. Code No.Tech. UCC 0028 Engineering Graphics L 3 3 3 3 4 2 0 0 0 18 Periods T P 1 1 0 0 0 2 3 3 3 9 Credits 3 4 3 3 4 3 1 1 1 23 IA 25 25 25 25 25 25 50 50 50 Marks UE TM 75 100 75 100 75 100 75 100 75 100 75 100 50 100 50 100 50 100 300 600 900 Periods L T P 3 3 3 3 3 2 0 2 1 1 1 0 0 3 3 Credits 3 4 3 3 4 3 1 2 Marks IA UE TM 25 25 25 25 25 25 50 50 75 100 75 100 75 100 75 100 75 100 75 100 50 100 50 100 http://ece. UCC 0217 Physics Lab 8. UCC 0231 Technical English 2. UCC 0135 Elements of Electrical and Electronics Engineering 6. UCC 1202 Mathematics – I 3. UCC 2202 Mathematics – II 3. Subject No. UCC 0125 Basic Engineering 6. UCC 0016 Engineering Mechanics Practicals 7. UCC 0028 Workshop Practice 9. Code No. UCC 0224 Chemistry 5. UCC 0154 Environmental Science 5. Theory 1.

Curriculum & Syllabi ( B. UEC 4034 Networks and Transmission Lines 5. UEC 3038 Electronic Devices Lab 9.Tech. Code No. 4.pec. 11/118 . UCC 0059 Basic Electrical and Electronics lab 50 100 50 100 50 100 350 600 950 50 50 100 300 600 900 Periods L T P 3 3 3 3 3 3 1 1 - Credits 4 3 4 3 3 3 Marks IA UE TM 25 25 25 25 25 25 75 75 75 75 75 75 100 100 100 100 100 100 http://ece. UEC 4035 Digital Electronics 6 UEC 4036 Analog Communication Systems Practicals 19 1 1 1 0 0 0 3 0 3 3 3 3 9 3 9 Credits 4 3 3 3 4 3 1 2 2 2 27 1 24 Marks IA UE TM 25 25 25 25 25 25 50 50 50 50 75 100 75 100 75 100 75 100 75 100 75 100 50 UEC 3036 Engineering Electromagnetics Practicals 7. Code No. UEC 3052 Electrical Engineering UEC 3043 C++ and Object Oriented Programming UEC 3034 Semiconductor Physics and Electronic Devices UEC 3035 Circuit Theory Periods L T P 3 3 3 3 3 2 3 0 0 0 20 0 Total III Semester IV Semester Sl. UEC 4032 Electronic Circuits – I 3. UEC C++ and Object Oriented 30410 Programming Lab Total 9. Theory 1. UEC 3201 Mathematics – III 2. UEC 3059 Electrical Engineering Lab 10. 3. UEC 4033 Signals and Systems 4. 5. Subject No. UEC 3237 General Proficiency – I 8. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ Sl. Theory 1. Subject No. UEC 4201 Numerical Methods and Techniques 2.

UEC 5231 Probability and Random 3 1 Process 2. UEC 5049 Microprocessors and 0 3 Microcontrollers Lab Total 18 1 9 Credits 4 3 3 3 3 1 2 2 2 23 75 100 75 100 75 100 75 100 50 50 100 50 100 50 100 325 525 850 VI Semester Sl. UEC 5037 Electronic Circuits Lab – II 0 3 8.II Practicals 6. Subject No. Periods Code No. UEC 5033 System Design Using 3 Integrated Circuits 4. UEC 6033 Digital Signal Processing 4. UEC 4237 8. UEC 5038 System Design using 0 3 Integrated Circuits Lab 9. Subject No L T P Theory 1.Tech. UEC 5044 Microprocessors and 3 Microcontrollers 5. UID 5005 Inter Department Elective – I 3 Practicals 12/118 . UEC 4038 9. Theory 1. UEC 6236 General Proficiency – IV 7. UEC 6037 Communication Lab – II L 3 3 3 3 3 3 - Periods T P 1 3 Credits 4 3 3 3 3 1 2 IA 25 25 25 25 25 50 50 Marks UE TM 75 100 75 100 75 100 75 100 75 50 100 50 100 http://ece. UEC 5032 Electronic Circuits – II 3 3. UID 6005 Inter Department Elective. UEC 5236 General Proficiency .Curriculum & Syllabi ( B.pec. UEC 6034 Electromagnetic waves and Waveguides 5. UEC 6031 Linear and Digital Control System 2. UEC 6032 Digital Communication 3. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ 7. UEC 4039 10. Code No.III 3 7. UEC 40310 General Proficiency – II Electronic Circuit Design Lab Digital Circuit Design Lab Communication Lab – I Total 3 0 0 0 21 0 0 0 2 3 3 3 9 1 2 2 2 27 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 100 100 100 350 600 950 Marks IA UE TM 25 25 25 25 25 50 50 50 50 75 100 V Semester Sl.

ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ 8. UEC 6039 Control and Instrumentation Lab Total 18 1 3 3 9 2 2 23 50 50 50 100 50 100 325 525 850 13/118 .pec. UEC 6038 Design and Simulation Lab 9.Curriculum & Syllabi ( B.Tech. 14/118 . Code No. UEC 7031 Optical and Microwave Engineering 2. UEC 8032 Telecommunication Switching and Networks 3. No. UEC 70310 Industrial Visit/ Training Total VIII Semester Sl. THEORY Periods T P 3 3 3 9 Marks UE TM 75 75 75 75 75 50 50 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 50 50 50 Subject L 3 3 3 3 3 15 Credits IA 25 25 25 25 25 50 50 50 50 50 1. UEC 8231 Industrial Economics and Management 2. Code No. Subject No. 8. Theory 1. UEC 7035 PRACTICAL 6.Curriculum & Syllabi ( B. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ VII Semester Sl.Tech. UEC 7034 Elective . 7.III Networking Lab Project Work Seminar 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 1 1 23 10. UEC 7033 Antennas and Wave Propagation 4. UEC 8036 Project Work UEC 8037 Comprehensive Viva Total 50 100 150 50 50 100 12 250 500 750 http://ece. UEC 7032 Information theory and coding 3. UEC 7036 UEC 7037 UEC 7038 UEC 7039 Elective . UEC 8033 Elective – III 4.II Communication Lab .I 5. UEC 8034 Elective – IV 375 475 850 Periods L T P 3 3 3 3 3 6 9 Credits Marks IA UE TM 25 25 25 25 50 75 75 75 75 50 100 100 100 100 100 3 0 3 3 2 4 2 20 Practicals 5. 7. 9. UEC 8035 Advance Communication Lab 6.

ECE E805 Speech processing 6. ECE E703 Microwave integrated circuits 4.pec. ECE E705 Spread spectrum communication 6. ECE E803 Opto-electronics 4. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ LIST OF ELECTIVE SUBJECTS VII – Semester Electives 1.Curriculum & Syllabi ( B. ECE E807 Special Topics in Communication Engineering Total Number of Credits: 190 http://ece. ECE E702 Advanced Digital signal processing 3. ECE E701 Computer communication and Networks 2. ECE E801 Satellite Communication 2. Reliability And Quality Assurance 15/118 . ECE E706 VLSI Design VIII – Semester Electives 1. ECE E802 Cellular mobile communication 3. ECE E704 Digital Image Processing 5. ECE E806 EMI. ECE E804 Data communication and Networking 5.

Tech.Curriculum & Syllabi ( 16/118 .pec. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ LIST OF INTERDEPARTMENTAL ELECTIVES (UID 5005 & UID 6005) Code 011 012 021 022 031 032 041 042 051 052 061 062 071 072 081 082 201 202 211 212 221 Subject Title Experimental Stress Analysis Department offering the Subject Civil Engineering Computer Aided Planning and Drafting Mechatronics Mechanical Engineering Total Quality Management Communication Engineering Computer Networks Relational Database Management Systems Visual Programming Introduction to Soft Computing Industrial Electronics Elements of Biotechnology Chemical Engineering Industrial Pollution Abatement Industrial Control Systems Transducers and Instrumentation IT for Engineers Information Technology Bio Informatics Finite Element Methods Mathematics Computational Fluid Dynamics Introduction to Nano Technology Physics Novel and Intelligent Materials Instrumental Methods of Analysis Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering Electrical and Electronics Engineering Computer Science and Engineering Electronics and Communication Engineering Chemistry 222 Ceramic Technology http://ece.

First Edition. Programming in ANSI C. Operators and constructs: – Relational. UNIT IV Storage class specifiers – User defined data types – Enumerated data types. ASCII. variables. if. keyword. Tata McGraw Hill. shorthand operators. constants. conditional operators. UNIT – II Fundamentals of C Programming:– Sample ‘C’ Program. Introduction to Data types: – Identifier.pec. 2002. data type.Functions –Recursion – String handling – Programming examples -Type conversion. logical. Programming in C. typedef – Structures – Union. UNIT V C Preprocessor – Pointers – File handling . Vikas Publishing House Pvt Ltd. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ UCC 0041 COMPUTER PROGRAMMING UNIT – I Introduction to basic concepts of Hardware/Software – System Software – Application Software – Low level and High level Languages – CAD/CAM – Graphics – AutoCAD – LAN-MAN-WAN – Internet and Intranet. E. Balagurusamy. http://ece. expression.Curriculum & Syllabi ( B. else if. UNIT III Loops .escape sequences. Subburaj.Tech. Input/output:– Printf. R. 17/118 . 2. Scanf. format string . 2000. Second Edition.problems using these concepts Text Books: 1.

edu 18/118 . Volume-I. Reference Book: P.Curriculum & Syllabi ( B. New Delhi 1996.Venkataraman.equations to a straight line and shortest distance between two skew lines. Bernoulli’s equation. and xn cos(ax). Second Edition. UNIT-V DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS(Higher order): Linear differential equations of higher order – with constant coefficients. geometrical applications and electric circuits. sinm(x) cosn(x). tann(x). First order linear equations. UNIT-IV DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS: Exact equations.Tech. xn sin(ax).pec. orthogonal trajectories. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ UCC 1202 MATHEMATICS . INTEGRAL CALCULUS: Properties of definite integrals – Reduction formulae for xn eax. Engineering Mathematics (First Year). July 2001. Equations not of first degree: equations solvable for p. growth and decay. the operator D . Thilagavathy and K. UNIT –II MULTIPLE INTEGRALS AND APPLICATIONS: Multiple integrals – change of order of integration. K.simultaneous linear differential equations – solution by variation of parameters method – simple applications to electric circuits. Text Book: Dr. cosn(x). http://ece. The National Publishing Company. equations solvable for x and Clairaut’s type. S. Chand and Company Ltd.M.. UNIT-III ANALYTICAL SOLID GEOMETRY: Directional cosines and ratios – angle between two lines – the equation of plane .Euler’s linear equation of higher order with variable coefficients .I UNIT-I APPLICATION OF DIFFERENTIATION: Sub tangent and subnormal – Curvature. Gunavathy. Second Edition. Engineering Mathematics. Applications: Areas and volumes (Cartesian and polar) – mass and center of mass (constant and variable densities). sinn(x). equations solvable for y. Madras.K. evolutes and involutes. Kandasamy.

Optics – 2nd Edition Ajay Ghatak TMH (1995) Reference Books: 1. Single and Double exposure Text Books: 1. Corept of Modern Physics Beiser – Mc graw Hill (1998). Laser and Application – Thiagarajan and Ghatak 19/118 . Engineering Physics R K Gaur and S L Gupta. Unit III – Wave mechanics Matter waves – de Broglie wavelength – uncertainty principle – Schroedinger wave equation – time dependent – time independent – application to particle in a box – barrier penetration – tunneling effect – tunnel diode. Polarization: Fresnel’s theory of double refraction – quarter and half wave plates – Optical Rotation. Unit II – Acoustics Ultrasonics: ultrasonic waves productions and detections – piezoelectric – magnetostriction – NDT applications. Unit IV – Nuclear energy source Binding energy – mass defect – packing fraction – mass and binding energy – disintegration in fission – fission and fusion – nuclear reactor – PHWR – FBTR – materials used in nuclear reactors.Tech. Acoustics of auditoria: – Sabine’s formula – Reverberation time. Kennard and cooper TMH (1998). Semiconductor Laser: GaAs Laser – Laser in NTD: Holographic Interferrometry. Dhantath Rai and Sons (1996) 2. Unit V – Lasers Principles of Laser – Einstein’s Coefficients – Threshold Conditions – Optical resonators – Solid State laser: NdYAG – Gas Laser: CO2 laser – Dye laser.Curriculum & Syllabi ( B.pec. Diffraction: diffraction grating – resolving power of grating & prism. 2. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ UCC 1213 PHYSICS – I Unit I – Optics Interference: Newton’s rings – Michelson’s interferometer – wavelength determination – interference filter – antireflection coatings. Introduction to Modern Physics – Richtwmeyer. http://ece.

Thermoplastics and Thermosets Preparation. Types of corrosion-Galvanic. Technology Vol. http://ece. New Delhi. Ltd. Nernst equation. Standard electrode potential.. UNIT-V PHASE RULE Phase rule-definition and explanation of terms in phase rule.Primary and secondary cells. Disadvantages of hardwater – boiler scale and sludge. Protective coatings: Types of protective coatings-Metallic 20/118 .Tech. Electrolyte Concentration cell. pitting. degree of polymerization -Tacticity Addition & Condensation Polymerization – Molecular weight distribution. PVC. “Chemistry in Engineering and Tata McGraw-Hill Co-Ltd. Bakelite.Fibre reinforced plastics. Polymer composites .Teflon. Reference electrodes . EMF of a cell and its measurement. electroplating and anodizing. properties and uses of Polyester. copper – nickel alloy system and iron-carbon alloy system TEXT BOOKS 1. UNIT-III ELECTROCHEMICAL CELLS Galvanic cells. zeolite process and Ion exchange process UNITII HIGH POLYMERS Monomers – functionality. lead -silver alloy system. laclanche cell. concentration cell corrosion. S S Data.6. Water. Batteries . Corrosion control Methods . New Delhi. Passivity.Hydrogen. Single electrode potential.-I & II. Determination of hardness of water – O – Hehner’s method. priming & foaming and boiler corrosion. caustic embrittlement. Polymerization techniques .Elctromotive series. lead acid storage cell & Ni-Cd battery.Cathodic protection and corrosion inhibitors. “A Textbook of Engineering Chemistry” S Chand & Co. cladding. REFERENCES : J C Kuriacose and Raja Ram J. Calomel & Glass electrodes. 2000 2. 10 hrs UNIT-IV CORROSION AND ITS CONTROL Chemical and Electrochemical corrosion. P C Jain and Monika Jain. nylon 6.Curriculum & Syllabi ( B. “Engineering Chemistry” Dhanpat Rai and Sons. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ UCC 1224 CHEMISTRY UNIT I WATER Hardness of water – units and calcium carbonate equivalent. New Delhi.. Water softening method – lime-soda process.pec.

UNIT – III Introduction to three phase balanced circuits – two watt meter method of power measurement – Principle of DC generator. “Basic Electrical. R. Piezoelectric transducer.P. UNIT – II Boolean algebra – reduction of Boolean expressions – De-Morgan’s theorem logic gates – Implementation of Boolean expressions – flip . “Electronic Devices and Circuits: An Introduction”. Tachogenerator. D.characteristic of diode.Curriculum & Syllabi ( B. Year 2001. DC motor.Half adder.pec. Full adder and subtractors – Principle of counters and registers UNIT – III Model of a communication system – Types of electrical communication channelwire and wireless channel – wire. Strain of Kirchoff’s laws – star/delta conversion – equivalent resistance – Node and mesh methods of analysis of DC circuits. 3. New Delhi. Muthusubramanian.J. S Salivahanan.Tech. “Electronic Communication Systems”. “Theory and Problems of Basic Electrical Engineering” Prentice Hall of India Ltd. T and D – combinational logic .flops RS. Kothari and I. Electronics and Computer Engineering”. Thermistor. Transducers – Linear variable differential transformer (LVDT. George Kennedy and Bernard Davis. New Delhi. Coaxial cable and optical fiber – Microwave radio link and satellite link. Thermocouple. Tata McGraw Hill. JK.B UNIT – I Solid state devices . 2000. and K A Muraleedharan. form and peak factors – real and reactive power – power factor – Node and mesh analysis of AC circuits.UJT and SCR – RC coupled amplifier. UNIT – II Concepts of AC circuits – rms value. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ UCC 0135 – ELEMENTS OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING ELECTRICAL: PART – A UNIT – I Active and passive elements . Transformer and single phase motor.Principle of Hartley oscillator and RC phase – shift oscillator – Introduction to IC. Advantage of Digital Communication – Overview of ISDN. 21/118 . 2. Tata McGraw-Hill Ltd. BJT. Allen Mottershead . Nagrath. FET. ELECTRONICS: PART . New Delhi. New Delhi. average value. Reference Books: 1. Prentice Hall of India Ltd. Resistance Temperature Detector (RTD). TEXT BOOKS: 1.

Absorption refrigeration system .F.Gas refrigeration cycle . 4th edition . property and state . K.. 1989. Tata Mc Graw Hill Publishing Co.. 3.Kelvin-Planck statement of second law of thermodynamics .COP . "Thermodynamics .An Engineering Approach". 2nd edition..1989. New Delhi. Van Wylen. “Fundamental of Classical Thermodynamics”. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ UCC 0026 THERMODYNAMICS UNIT I : BASIC CONCEPTS AND DEFINITIONS Energy conversion and efficiencies . http://ece.Curriculum & Syllabi ( B.Y.A..Liquifaction and solidification of gases Text Books : 1. Macmillan Publishing Co.. G. “Thermodynamics”.Clausius inequality.System. 4th edition. Burghardt.1985 Reference Books : 1..Zeroth law of Thermodynamics.1998.. 1994.Conservation of Energy principle for closed and open systems .edu 22/118 . 5. M.Calculation of work for different processes of expansion of gases UNIT III : SECOND LAW OF THERMODYNAMICS Equilibrium and the second law . 4.Entropy UNIT IV : GAS POWER CYCLES Air standard cycles: The air standard Carnot cycle . Nag.Thermal equilibrium Temperature . Ltd. UNIT II : FIRST LAW OF THERMODYNAMICS The concept of work and adiabatic process . N. Mc-Graw Hill.Y. N..P.J and R. Huang.Mc Graw Hill. N.K. John Wiley & Sons .. 1986.. “Engineering Thermodynamics” 2nd edition . 2.Tech..First law of thermodynamics . M.Y.. 4th edition. Ltd. Tata Mc Graw Hill Publishing Co.A. 2.Reversible and irreversible processes . dual cycle and Bryton cycles and their efficiencies UNIT V : REFRIGERATION CYCLES AND SYSTEMS Reverse Carnot cycle . F.Carnot principle .1995 Wark. diesel cycle.P. Harper & Row. New Delhi. “Engineering Thermodynamics with Applications”.Heat engines . “Engineering Thermodynamics”. and Boles. Cengel. “Thermodynamics” . C.D.. Ltd. Arora.pec.Vapor compression refrigeration cycle and systems . Y.Air standard Otto cycle.E Sonntag.

ii. Compute the average 1v. Read any given general matrix ii. 6.pec. transpose) CYCLE II .Tech. Sort given array of numbers and names. Generation of all prime numbers in a given range.STRUCTURES AND FILES 2. 3. Write C programs to solve the problems wherever required. Gender .Curriculum & Syllabi ( B. Identify the compatibility iv. Using files implement the above problem and print the mark sheet of each student after storing structure information in an input file. http://ece. 7. 9. Matrix operations (addition.Given a name. 4.BASIC CONCEPTS 1. (Using iteration construct). Create an array of structures for student information with the following details: Name DOB Age Marks Roll No. iii. CYCLE I . 5. List of the students roll numbers who failed in the current semester. Print a given matrix iii. print the marks and other details. 8. Develop the following functions to perform matrix multiplication: i. 23/118 . Multiplication of two matrices Recursive program to i.percentage or CGPA - i. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ UCC 0047 COMPUTER PROGRAMMING LAB (0 0 3 2) There are three cycles of experiments. Solve quadratic equation for various possible inputs. Find Factorial of a number ii. Also read the input file and create two output files containing male student information and female student information separately. Compute the overall pass percentage of the class. Generate Fibonacci Series. Study of Turbo C IDE – Compilation and execution using simple C Programs – Simple OS Interface/ commands.

To identify the position of a pendulum at a given time instant after formulating equation for simple pendulum. a) Prepare a practical experiment report for any one of Physics experiments. Accept a chemical equation and check whether it is balanced or not.) b) Prepare a letter containing the facilities available in a department addressed to N companies (using mail merge). 14. (report should include diagrams. Year Number of Students placed 1996 168 1997 179 1998 272 1999 245 2000 292 2001 192 Using extrapolation method.pec. 24/118 . Using AutoCAD. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ CYCLE III .APPLICATIONS 10. 11.Using MS WORD. 15. 13. tables. The placement data from the year 1996 to 2001 of Pondicherry Engineering College is given in the following table.Tech. find the expected number of students to be placed in the year 2005. formulae.Curriculum & Syllabi ( B. using mathematical symbols. To Count the number of words and sentences in a given paragraph. b) Create a village layout and manipulate it with different edit commands. a) Draw a National flag/house/car/layout of a street using basic objects. 12.

SPEAKING Features of effective speech. Note making and extension of vocabulary. journals. skimming. Dialogue practice. etc. practice in speaking fluently. Davis. Instruction. barriers to communication. Four modes of writing – Description. Use of indices. the speaker/writer and the listener/reader. UNIT V . short extempore. K. Importance of Listening Skills. Include Intensive Reading. Use of dictionaries. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ UCC 0231 – TECHNICAL ENGLISH UNIT – I . Reference Books: 1. the meaning of words from contexts. English for Technical Communication. Lakshminarayanan. Text Books : 1. UNIT – II READING Comprehension of technical and non-technical material. http://ece. UNIT – III WRITING Effective sentences. Library references. predicting and responding to context. Llyod and Susan McKay. Courtland R. Narration. Cohesive writing. medium of communication. Boove. Better paragraphs. brevity. Business Communication Today. 2. Memoranda. II.R. Definition. 2002.pec. 2001. Resumes. 25/118 . Guessing.BASIC COMMUNICATION THEORY Communication as sharing. et al. Notice. Chennai: Scitech Publication. UNIT IV WRITTEN COMMUNICATION Report writing – informal and formal reports. Simple social exchanges. Include I. Job Applications. Structures and Strategies. scanning.Tech. Practice in summary writing. Description. internet. Group Discussions and Presentations. Hyderabad. context of communication. clarity and appropriateness in communication.Curriculum & Syllabi ( B. Clarity and Conciseness in writing. Inferring. Include: Business Letters. Exposition and Argument. Include : Basics in Phonetics. Developing reference skills relating to note taking. Delhi: Pearson Education. accuracy. collating information and organizing it. Universities Press. Making bibliographical entries with regard to sources from books. Introduction to technical writing.

pec. David I cook and Robert N Mc Dougal. Fundamentals of Engineering Drawing.2D drafting commands (Auto CAD) for simple shapes Dimensioning. A Text Book of Engineering Drawing. 4.R. Line work and Dimensioning Unit I Conic sections. 2001. Jones. cylinder-cone) Unit IV Isometric projections and Orthographic projections Unit V Computer Aided Drafting: Introduction to Computer Aided Drafting hardware . Gopalakrishna.V. K. Holt – Sounders Int. Prentice Hall Int. http://ece.. Lettering.Tech. Everyman’s English Promunciation Dictionary. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ 2. Engineering 26/118 . Helix.Overview of application software . 3. Luzadder.Intersection of surfaces (cylinder-cylinder. Involutes. TEXT BOOKS: 1. T. 2.D. Edn. REFERENCES: 1. Vol. 3. Spirals. Venugopal.. Unit III Development of surfaces . Natarajan. Engineering Drawing practice for Schools & College. K. UCC 0028 ENGINEERING GRAPHICS Unit 0 Introduction to Standards for Engineering Drawing practice. 1989. BIS. Bhatt. James D Bethune and et al. 1985. Modern Drafting. Lines and Planes Unit II Projection of Solids and Sections of Solids. Universal Book Stall. Engineering Graphics and Design with computer applications. A Text Book of Engineering Drawing. Warren. I & II K. Daniel. 2. New Delhi. Engineering Drawing. Projection of Points. N. 5.Curriculum & Syllabi ( B.

Study of tools and accessories 2. Doctor’s room wiring 5. 4. 2. Study of joints 3. Straingauge. Tube Light and Fan connection 7. Staircase wiring 4. Study of Analog and digital instruments Study of CRO Calibration of Voltmeter and Ammeter Calibration of Energy meter and Wattmeter Verification of Kirchoff’s laws 6.pec. Godown wiring 6. Lamp controlled from three different places-wiring Electronics: 1. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ UCC 0059 . 3. thermocouple) 7.BASIC ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS LAB List of Experiments Electrical: 1.Tech. 5. Characteristics study of transducers (LVDT. Digital Logic Gates 27/118 .Curriculum & Syllabi ( B.

edu 28/118 .pec.Tech. http://ece. Engineering Mathematics (First Year). July 2001. 1996. Engineering Mathematics. Madras. Volume-I. cos(nθ). Unit V STATISTICS: Moments. exponential and logarithmic series (without proof) – problems on summation. New Delhi. S. Unit II MATRICES: Inverse of matrix by row transformation – Eigen values and Eigen vectors Cayley-Hamilton theorem (without proof) – Diagonalisation – rank of matrix – solution of a general system of m linear algebraic equations in n unknown (m ≤ n). Probability distributions: Binomial. inverse hyperbolic and logarithmic functions of a complex variable – separation of real and imaginary parts. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ UCC 2202 MATHEMATICS . simple problems for their verification.Venkataraman. Reference Book: P.3. (Sec. Second Edition. cosn(θ). Gunavathy. kurtosis and skewness based on moments only. K. Correlation and regression – rank correlation. Text Book: Dr. approximation and coefficients.II Unit I ALGEBRA: Binomial.K. Unit III TRIGONOMETRY: Expansions for sin(nθ). 6.Curriculum & Syllabi ( B. The National Publishing Company. Second Edition.5 in Chapter6 and Chapter 7 in the Text Book given below) Unit IV VECTOR ANALYSIS: Scalar fields and Vector fields – Gradient. Thilagavathy and K. tan(nθ). Chand and Company Ltd. Kandasamy.. Exponential.M. hyperbolic. Divergence and Curl – their properties and relations – Gauss and Stokes theorems (without proof).1 to 6. sinn(θ). Poisson and Normal .6. circular.evaluation of statistical parameters for these three distributions.

Materials – C M Srivgastava – Wiley Eastern Ltd. ferroelectrics and pyroelectric materials and its applications Unit IV – Magnetic Properties Classification of Magnetic Materials – Quantum Theory of Ferro and Antiferromagnetism – hysteresis curves and parameters – Curie temperature – domain theory – magnetic anisotropy – soft and hard magnetic materials – magnetic bubble – memory devices .Curriculum & Syllabi ( B. 1994.Magnetic circuits Unit V – Semiconductors and superconductors Compound semiconductors – Hall effect – origin of energy band and energy gap – Kronig penny model – Basic concepts superconductivity – transition temperature – Meissener effect – Type I and II superconductors – high temperature superconducting materials – 123 superconductor. Materials Science – M Arumugam..pec. line and volume defects . Unit II – Defects Point defects – Qualitative ideas of point. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ UCC 2213 Material Science Unit I .edu 29/118 . Anuratha Printers. http://ece.O Pillai – Wiley Easton. 1994.Tech.Crystal structure and x – ray diffraction Miller indices – Bravais lattices – unit cell – reciprocal lattice vector – Atomic packing fraction – Debye–Scherrer X– ray Diffraction method – co-ordination number – radius of atom and size of cell.. 1987 2 Science of Engg. Solid State Physics – S. 2. Reference 1 Solid State Physics – C Kittel 7th Edition – Wiley Eastern Ltd. Text books 1. 1987 3 Elementary Physics – M Ali Omar – Addison Sesley Publishing Co.Lattice vibration – Specific heat of solids – Einstein’s-Debye’s Theory – Thermal conductivity in metals Unit III – Dielectric properties Dielectric Polarization and Mechanism – Clausius-Mossotti relation – Dielectric constant measurements – Temperature and frequency dependence of dielectric constant – Dielectric loss – Measurement of Dielectric constant and loss using Scherring bridge – Elementary ideas of Piezoelectrics.1990.India.

Chlorofluro carbons. particulate matter.. TOC. Ltd. Hydrocarbons. hydrocarbons and particulates. COD. Air pollution–I .BOD. Masters. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ UCC 2224 ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE Unit I Environmental segments – brief outline. Dissolved oxygen –Winkler’s method . Ozone depletion – Cause -Mechanism-Effects on environment.. “Environmental Chemistry”. “Environmental Chemistry” GOEL Publishing House. Meerut. Anil Kumar De. (1998). Monitoring pH. New Delhi. Pondicherry. Smog-Sulfurous or London Smog – Photochemical Smog or Los Angles Smog –Effects on environment. H2S. (For Unit V). New Delhi. Prentice-Hall of India Pvt. A textbook in Environmental Science. (2000). (ii) Organic pollutants. “Environmental Pollution and its control”. “Introduction to Environmental Engineering and Science”. oxides of 30/118 . Unit V Noise pollution – Sound levels – Sources of Noise – Effects of Noise – Noise Limits – Some control measures Basic concept of Environmental impact assessment – Types of impact – Quantifying specific impact – Elementary aspects of impact identification and evaluation. Pollutants – classification of pollutants. http://ece. Publishers. TEXT BOOKS: 1.(CFC). Gilbert M. 3.pec.Analysis of COX. B K Sharma. SOX.Effect on Global climate-consequences. V Subramanian. REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. New Age International (P) Ltd. Narosa Publishing House. 3rd Edition. Unit IV Pollution monitoring and control methods . Water pollution.Air pollution . Acid rain – Theory of acid rain – Effects. Cogent International. Unit III Water pollution – Types of water pollution–Sources-Classification of water pollutants cause and effect of :. Unit II Air pollution II – Greenhouse effect – Sources . (iii) Radioactive pollutants and (iv) Pesticides.Tech. oxides of sulfur. 2.Curriculum & Syllabi ( B. Pollution – Definition – classification.Reactions in atmosphere – Sources of air pollution – Gaseous pollutants – oxides of nitrogen.(i) Inorganic pollutants and toxic metals. NOX. S A Abbasi.. (1994). New Delhi (1996) 2.

T-beam. culvert and causeway. S P and Bevidra.C.steel trusses . cement-mortar. S Chand & Co. Water bound macadam road.. Rajpat. mosaic.their properties and uses.roof covering. 2001. types of dams . Chennai. Flooring-functions and types-cement. Natarajan. Unit I Buildings. bituminous road.Tech. compass. timber and granite flooring. Dhanam Publications. Floor area. Punmia. 11th Edition. leveling surveying and uses of surveying – definition. New Delhi. Surveying . concrete. etal. S P. Unit III Utilities and Services: Surveying-classification. Dams-Purpose. steel. steel.3rd Edn. Masonry-Types of stone and brick masonry. Water supply-sources-surface and ground water quality and quantity requirements. Ltd. Text Book: 1. carpet area. Building Materials Buildings-Definition-Classification according to NBC-plinth area. Basic civil engineering. Engineering Materials. K V. granolithic-marble. 2001. Building Construction. Basic Civil Engineering. UNIT II Buildings and their components: Buildings-Various Components and their functions. cement. Dhanalakshmi Publications. Soils. Foundations-Functions and classification. concrete.. Roofs-Flat roofs . Rainwater harvesting. R K. cement concrete road.. Reference Books: 1. 2002. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ UCC0125 Basic Engineering Part-A CIVIL ENGINEERING. characteristics and uses of contours. 31/118 . Vol-I.gravity and earthen dams. arch. 2. Laxmi Publishers. Chennai.Curriculum & Syllabi ( B. New Delhi.P. 2002 3. general principles of surveying – Basic terms and definitions in chain. floor space index-construction materials-stone. 2002 2.classification and methods of improving bearing capacity of soils..Purushothama Raj.. Roads-types. http://ece. brick. selection of site. Dhanpat rai & Sons. B. Arora. New Delhi.pec.

Principles of Manufacturing Materials and processes. CASTING: Green and dry sand moulding processes for ferrous and non-ferrous metals – applications. Workshop Technology. M.S.Tech. shearing.Wakil. tidal. http://ece. Lindberg. descriptions and applications TEXT BOOKS: 1. Hajra Choudhry. Unit -V NON-CONVENTIONAL ENERGY SYSTEMS (Description only) Solar thermal systems – Solar photovoltaic – Solar pond – wind. et. wave. CONVENTIONAL POWER GENERATION SYSTEMS: Hydraulic. 4. J.pec. Khanna Publishers. PHI. METAL JOINING: Elements of arc and gas welding.. REFERENCES: 1. SHEET METAL PROCESSING: Punching. Steam generators(Boilers) – Classification – Constructional features (of only low pressure boilers) – Boiler mountings and accessories. blanking. 2. Power Plant 32/118 .M. R. 3.Process and Materials of Manufacture. Ltd.J.Power Plant Technology.Production Technolgoy. and deep drawing processes. Mc Graw Hill Book Co.A. Unit – VI. geothermal and ocean thermal energy conversion systems. A1. Chapman. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ UCC 0125 BASIC ENGINEERING PART-B MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Unit IV INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL COMBUSTION SYSTEMS: Working principles of IC engines – Classification – Diesel and petrol engines: two stroke and four stroke engines. Nagpal. classification of adhesives – applications. 2. E1. Media Promoters Publishers Pvt. bending. Bombay. A. TMH. steam and gas turbines power plants – Schemes and layouts – Selection criteria of above power plants. Delhi. Campbell. brazing and soldering – Bolted joint types – Adhesive Bonding.Curriculum & Syllabi ( B.

G. http://ece. John Wiley. Resultant of force system – Concurrent and non concurrent coplanar forces. Unit – IV Kinematics and Kinetics of Particles Rectilinear motion. Unit . New Delhi.L. Moment and Couple. Absolute motion. equations of motion.Curriculum & Syllabi ( B. Condition of static equilibrium for coplanar force system. moment of inertiafirst moment of inertia. Vikas Publishing House Private Ltd. Engineering Mechanics. 2002 Reference Books 1. Engineering Mechanics. stability of equilibrium.V Kinematics and Kinetics of Rigid bodies Plane motion. work. 2002 2. S C. method of sections Friction Introduction. Impact – Direct central impact and oblique central impact. simple contact friction problems. introduction to virtual work principle Unit – III Properties of Surfaces Properties of sections – area. D’Alembert’s principle. mass moment of inertia. Chennai. Umesh Publications. Engineering Mechanics.. 2002 2..S and Sankara Subramanian. curvelinear motion. applications in solving the problems on static equilibrium of bodies. Meriam. “Statics”.. Varignon’s theorem.pec. K V. ladders. 2002 3. Rajesekaran. polar moment of inertia. Relative motion. work and energy. 2003. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ UCC 0016 ENGINEERING MECHANICS Unit – I Fundamental of Mechanics – Basic Concepts Force System and Equilibrium Definition of Force. Dhanalakshmi Publishers. “Dynamics”. areas and volumes.. screws and belt friction. energy and efficiency – Conservative forces and principle of conservation of energy. Natarajan.. definition of rigid body and degrees of freedom. Translating axes and rotating axes. J. power. centroids of lines. John Wiley.. Types of loads. J. concept of free body diagrams. 33/118 . Analysis of Trusses-method of joints. wedges. impulse and momentum Text Books 1. Types of supports and reactions. Relative motion. Impulse – momentum. second moment of inertia and product moment of inertia. Static dry friction.. Unit – II Plane Trusses Degrees of freedom.Tech. Natesan. radius of gyration..L. Principle of Transmissibility.


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III UNIT .Conformal mapping .Harmonic and orthogonal properties of real and imaginary parts ..Riemann equations – Necessary and sufficient conditions for analyticity .statement Fourier sine transform and cosine transforms . (10 Hours) UNIT .Cauchy . C.I Laplace Transform: Definitions .Venkataraman.V Fourier Transform: Definition and properties .Change of interval. Madras (1995). (12 Hours) UNIT .pec.Root mean square value . ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ UEC 3201 MATHEMATICS . “Advanced Engineering Mathematics”. “Advanced Mathematics for Engineering students”. “Engineering Mathematics”.Methods of determining inverse Laplace transform -Solution of linear differential equations using Laplace transforms.Tech. Manicavachagam Pillai. T. (12 Hours) UNIT .Parseval’s theorem on Fourier coefficients .Harmonic analysis. (12 Hours) UNIT .Contour integration round the unit circle and semicircular contour. References: 1. (1985).Taylor’s and Laurent series .Bilinear transformations. (12 Hours) Text Books: 1.Laplace transform of periodic functions .Half-range Fourier series. Naryanan.Fourier Integral theorem .IV Fourier Series: Dirichlet’s conditions . derivative and analytic function .Curriculum & Syllabi ( B. Madras (1985). 2.Expansion of periodic functions into Fourier series.Initial and final value theorems .II Function of A Complex Variable: Functions of a complex variable .Residue theorem .edu 37/118 . Ltd.Laplace transform of derivatives and integrals . S.Exponential shift formula.Inverse Laplace transform . Third Year Part A &B.Laplace transform of unit impulse and step functions . http://ece. M. Ramanaiah.III Complex Integration: Cauchy’s theorem -Cauchy’s integral formula . Viswanathan & Co Pvt.continuity.Convolution theorem .Inverse Fourier transform. Complex form of Fourier series .K. The National Publishing Company. Erwin Kreyszig. and C.K. Wiley Eastern Ltd.

UNIT III A. N.2001. 2. “Electric Machines”. UNIT IV Special and Fractional HP Motors: servo motor – DC and AC servomotors. Tamil Nadu. 2000. 1987. Text Books: 1. I. New Delhi.Nagrath and D. Tata McGraw-Hill publishing company limited.C. Khanna Publishers. UNIT V Utilisation: Domestic wiring – principle of electrical heating – The law of illumination – Electric lamps – Photometers – Electroplating – Electric Traction – Air conditioning – Earthing. R. UNIT II 38/118 . Publishers. B. slips characteristics – Speed control methods – Single-phase Induction motor starting methods – Braking concepts. http://ece. “Electrical Technology”. Anuradha Agencies. New Delhi.pec. “Higher Engineering Mathematics”.S.Tech. 4. Prentice Hall India pvt Ltd. Theraja.Curriculum & Syllabi ( B.C.Grewal. 3. Machines: Construction. stepper motors – variable reluctance and permanent magnet stepper motors. B. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ 2. “Basic Electrical Engineering”. Principles of operation of DC Generators – types -EMF equation – No load and Load characteristics of series and shunt generators – DC motor – Torque – Speed – Torque characteristics of series and shunt motors – Speed control and application. “Electric Machines” Laxmi Publications(p) Ltd.P.J.Rajput.K.L.Prem Kumar. UEC 3052 ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING UNIT I Transformers: Principle of operation – Single Phase transformer – Equivalent circuit – Regulation – Losses and Efficiency – Introduction to 3 phase transformers – Autotransformers – pulse transformers. single phase synchronous motor – reluctance motor and hysteresis motor – universal motor – Linear induction motor(LIM) – linear synchronous motor(LSM). Kumbakonam.Kothari. Delhi (1985). Machines: Principle of operation of 3-phase Induction Motor – Torque.

Delhi.Tech. S. Jacobson methodology – patterns – Unified approach – UML – Class diagram – Dynamic modeling. 2001. Use case model – Creation of classes – Noun phrase approach – responsibilities – Collaborators – Object relationships – SuperSub class – Aggregation. Quality assurance testing – Inheritance and testing – Test plan – Usability testing – User satisfaction – Testing. UNIT III Object Orientation – System development – Review of objects – Inheritance – Object relationship – Dynamic binding – OOSD life cycle – Process – Analysis – Design – Prototyping – Implementation – Testing – Overview of Methodologies. G. UNIT II Operator overloading – Inheritance – Polymorphism – Templates – Exception Handling – class Hierarchies – library organization and containers – Strings – Stream – Design and programming. UEC 3043 C++ AND OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING UNIT I Limitations in structured programming – Characteristics of Object Oriented Language – data types – loops – pointers – arrays – structures – functions – Classes – Objects.pec. 2003. 6. UNIT V OO Design axiom – Class visibility – Refining attributes – Methods – Access layer – OODBMS – Table – Class mapping view layer. 39/118 . Delhi. Note: Unit I and II deals with C++ Text Books: 1. UNIT IV OMT – Booch methodology. E. http://ece.C. 2002. “Electrical power” Khanna Publications(p) Ltd. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ 5.Garg.L. “Object Oriented programming with C++”. Balaguruswamy.Curriculum & Syllabi ( B. “Utilisation of Electric power and electric traction” Khanna Publications(p) Ltd.Uppal.

edu 40/118 . UNIT III Semiconductor Diodes: Theory of PN junction diode – Band structure of PN junction – Theory of diode currents – Volt-ampere characteristics – Temperature dependences characteristics – Junction with and without applied voltage – Transition capacitance and diffusion capacitance – Avalanche and Zener breakdown of PN junctions. References: 1. “Object Oriented System Development”. CB and CC configuration – The transistor as an amplifier – Transistor parameters – Eber-Molls equation – Theory of FET – characteristics – MOSFET structure – Depletion and enhancement modes of operation – Characteristics.Curriculum & Syllabi ( B.semiconductor and metal . “The C++ Programming Language”.carrier concentration at thermal equilibrium – Intrinsic carrier concentration – carrier drift – resistivity . (3rd and Special Edition) Addison Wesley. McGraw Hill International Edition.Tech. 2.Hall Effect – carrier diffusion – Eienstein’s relation –Maxwell’s equationcontinuity equation – Fermi level in intrinsic and extrinsic semiconductor. UNIT IV Transistors and FET’s: PNP and NPN transistor – Transistor current components – Characteristics in CE. Bjarae Stroustrup. UEC 3034 SEMICONDUCTOR PHYSICS AND ELECTRONIC DEVICES UNIT I Electron Ballistics: Force on charged particles in electric field and Magnetic fields – Motion of charged particles in uniform magnetic and electrostatic fields – electric and magnetic deflections of beam in CRO-focus of electronic beam – qualitative study of motion under concurrent fields with E and H in parallel and with E and H perpendicular to each other.pec. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ 2. UNIT II Energy Band Theory and Carrier Concentration: Energy band structure of an insulator . http://ece. Ali Bahrami. 2000.Conductivity of a semiconductor . McGraw Hill. 1999. “Object Oriented System Development”. Ivar Jacobson.

edu 41/118 . Tata Mc Graw Hill. 2.pec. “ Electronic devices and circuits”. APD – Phototubes – Phototransistor. Allen Mottershed. RC and RLC circuits and parallel circuits – RLC circuits. Resonance – series resonance – variation of impedance with frequency – variation of current and voltage across L and C with frequency – Bandwidth – Q factor – Selectivity. UNIT II AC Circuit Analysis and Resonance : Series circuits – RL. Varactor diode. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ UNIT V Power Devices and Photonic Devices: Construction. “Electronic devices and circuits”. PHI 3. Norton’s and Maximum power transfer theorem. SCR. Text Book: 1. LDR – LASER. UJT. Allied publishers. Jacob Millmann and Christor C. Schottky barrier diode. PIN. ILED. Tata Mc Graw Hill. characteristics of Tunnel diode. References: 1. principle of operation. “Physics of Semiconductor Devices”. 1991. Loop and nodal analysis – Application of superposition. Photo emissivity – Photo electric theory – Photo voltaic cell – LED.Tech. application. UEC 3035 CIRCUIT THEORY UNIT I Network Theorems: Source transformation – Superposition theorem – Thevenin’s theorem – Norton’s theorem – Reciprocity theorem – Millman’s theorem – Compensation theorem – Maximum power transfer theorem – Tellengen’s theorem – Substitution theorem and their applications. Sinusoidal steady state response – Mesh.Curriculum & Syllabi ( B. RC and RLC circuits to sinusoidal excitation. http://ece. Malvino. Halkias. TRIAC and DIAC. “Electronic Principles”. RC and RLC circuits to DC excitation and exponential excitation – Natural response and forced response – complete response of simple RL. photodiode. UNIT III Transient Response: Transient response of RL. Sze. Thevenin’s.

Steven M. Kemmerly. David A. 2002. UNIT V Network Topology : Network terminology – Graph of a network – Incidence and reduced incidence matrices – Trees – cutsets – fundamental cutsets – cutest matrix – Tie sets – Link currents and Tie set schedules – Twin voltages and cut set schedules – Duality and dual networks. “Engineering circuit Analysis”. 42/118 . Tata Mc Graw Hill Publishing company ltd. Joseph Edminister.. Jr. Hayt. http://ece. New Delhi. Prentice Hall of India. Tata Mc Graw Hill Publishing company ltd. “Electric circuits”. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ UNIT IV Magnetically Coupled Circuits : Self-inductance – Mutual inductance – coefficient of coupling – Analysis of multi winding coupled circuits – Dot rule – series. Text Book: 1. References: 1. Schaum’s outlines.pec. parallel connection of coupled inductors – single tuned and double tuned coupled circuits.Tech. 6th edition. New Delhi. Bell. William H.Curriculum & Syllabi ( B. New Delhi. Jack E. 2. 3rd edition. “Electric circuits”. Mahmood Nahri.Durbin.

2002. David K. transmission lines and cables – mutual inductance of series and parallel circuits – energy stored in magnetic fields and energy density – electromagnets – forces and torques on closed circuits – magnetic materials .Curriculum & Syllabi ( B. McGraw Hill.magnetic circuits. line charge. 2. 1986. “Field Theory”. Text Books: 1. UNIT III Magnetic Fields: Concepts – force on a current element – Biot Savart’s law – Magnetic flux density and magnetic field intensity . 1987 3. “Engineering Electromagnetics”.Hayt. K. J. P.D.Gangadhar. 1987. 2002. http://ece. toroids. surface charge and volume charge distributions – electric flux density – Gauss’s law – electric potential – potential gradient –Poissons and Laplace equations UNIT II Conductors and Dielectrics : field due to dipoles – dipole moment – boundary conditions at dielectric and conductor surfaces – capacitor – capacitance of systems conductors – electric potential energy associated with different charge distributions – energy density and pressure in electric fields – force between charges – charges in motion – conduction current – displacement current – equation of continuity. electric fields due to point charge. Cheng. “Electromagnetics”. Lakshmi Publication.A. UNIT IV Electromagnetic Induction: Faraday’s law of electromagnetic induction – inductance of solenoids.Tech. Pearson Education. McGraw Hill. Fifth Edition. William H.force between current carrying conductors – torque on closed conductors – Ampere’s law – boundary conditions at the magnetic surfaces. 2.pec. “Field and Wave Electromagnetics”. UNIT V Maxwell’s Equations and Electromagnetic Waves: Modified Ampere circuital law Maxwell’s equations in point and integral forms –Poynting’s theorem – energy in electromagnetic field – and Slepian vector. Asia. Khanna publishers. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ UEC 3036 ENGINEERING ELECTROMAGNETICS UNIT I Electric Fields: Vector Analysis – co-ordinate systems – divergence theorem and Stokes theorem – Coulomb’s law – electric field intensity.Dananjayan. References: 1. “Engineering Electromagnetics”.edu 43/118 . 2nd Editiion.Kraus.

S. Characteristics of BJT in common emitter configuration. UEC 3038 ELECTRONIC DEVICES LABORATORY – I 1. point contact and Zener diodes. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ UEC 3237 : GENERAL PROFICIENCY . UNIT II LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT THROUGH READING : TOEFL based Reading Comprehension. 4. Idioms and Phrases. Pearson Education. 2. Nicholls. 4. Courtland L and John V Thill. Frames of Reference. Cambridge English Pronouncing Dictionary. Elements of Communication. Debate. Aggarwal. Bovee. Jones. Chand & Co.I UNIT 1 BASICS OF COMMUNICATION : Essential Communication Skills. Lewis. S. 2002. Characteristics of BJT in common base configuration. Daniel. 5. Anne. Jaico Publishing House. Quantitative Aptitude. Types of Conversations. 5. R. Business Communication Today. Purposive Communication. 44/118 . Bloomsbury. TOEFL CBT Exam. Telephone Etiquette. Public Speaking. Word Power Made Easy. Developing Good Communication Style. 2003. Norman. 2003. 3. Characteristics of FET in common drain mode. Current Affairs. Basic Phonetics.Tech. Simon and Schuster. 2003. Characteristics of UJT. Channels of Communication. UNIT III SPEAKING PRACTICE : Dialogue/Conversation. Rymniak. Listening Skills.Curriculum & Syllabi ( B. UNIT IV QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS : Aptitude Tests REFERENCE BOOKS : 1. Vocabulary Building.pec. Mastering Public Speaking. http://ece. 3. Characteristics of PN junction.. 2. 2003. Basic Models of Communication. CUP. Marilyn J and Janet A Shanks.

UEC 30410 C++ AND OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING LAB 1. 9. 9. 2. Characteristics of phototransistor. unary 45/118 . 7. Load test on 3 Phase transformer. Operator – binary.Classes and objects 2. 3. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ 6. 5. Load test on DC shunt motor.Constructors 3. Load test on single phase transformer. Load test on 3 phase induction motor. Characteristics of MOSFET.Friend Functions 8.Destructors 4. 10. Function 2. UML diagrams – dynamic using rational/Argo UML http://ece. UEC 3059 ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING LABORATORY 1. Parallel operation of Transformer. 10.Tech. Characteristics of SCR. Swinburne’s Test. 8.Curriculum & Syllabi ( B.Overloading 1.UML diagrams – static using rational/Argo UML 10. Characteristics of TRIAC. Two wattmeter method of power measurement.Inheritance 6. Characteristics of LED and PIN diodes. OCC characteristics of generator. 4. 8. 6. 7. Load test on single phase IM.Virtual Functions 7.pec. OC and SC Test on single phase Transformer.Pointers 9.

Numerical Integration by Trapezoidal and Simpson’s rule with respect to one and two variables. Matrix inversion by Gauss . B. Madras. M. “Numerical methods in Science and Engineering”. Thilagavathy. Text Book: 1. “Numerical Methods”. Eigen value problem by power method and Jacobi method.K. the method of false position. Venkataraman. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ UEC 4201 NUMERICAL METHODS AND TECHNIQUES UNIT . Multistep methods: Milne and Adams . “Numerical methods in Engineering & Science”.Method of Triangularization and Crout’s reduction.Bashforth methods.V Solution of Partial Differential Equations: Boundary value problems: Laplace and Poison equations. Iterative methods: Gauss-Jacobi. UNIT . Picard’s method of successive approximation.Liebmann’s iterative method. Kandasamy. UNIT-II Solution of System of Equations and Matrix Inversion: Solution of linear algebraic equation: Gauss and Gauss-Jordan elimination methods. National Publishing Company. Numerical differentiation in one variable. http://ece. Euler and Improved Euler methods. References: 1. New Delhi. Newton’s divided difference method and Lagrange’s method for unequal intervals. UNIT-IV Solution of Ordinary Differential Equation: Single step methods: Taylor series method. 46/118 . Relation between operators .Tech.I Solution of Algebraic and Transcendental Equation and Eigen Value Problem: Solution of algebraic and transcendental equation by the method of bisection. Grewal. P. Gunavathy and K. Khanna Publishers. Newton-Raphson method and Graeffe’s Root squaring method. 2. Runge-Kutta method of fourth order only.Curriculum & Syllabi ( B.pec. New Delhi.Interpolation by Newton’s forward and backward difference formulae for equal intervals. S. Chand & Company Ltd.S. Diffusion equation: Explicit and CrankNicholson implicit difference schemes. UNIT-III Interpolation: Finite Differences. Gauss-Seidel and Relaxation methods.Jordan elimination and Crout’s methods. Wave equation: Explicit difference method.

Prentice Hall of India. Millman and Halkias. “Electronic Devices and Circuits”. Prentice Hall of India. Prentice Hall of India. “Integrated Electronics”. Full wave & Bridge rectifiers – ripple factor.Tech. FET amplifiers – Miller effect capacitance.Curriculum & Syllabi ( B. 2. UNIT II Small Signal and Low Frequency Analysis: Two port devices and hybrid model – determination of h-parameter from the characteristics –Measurements of h-parametersAnalysis of transistor parameter using h-parameter General amplifier characteristics – Gain. “Electronic Devices and Circuits”. References: 1. 47/118 . “Electronic Devices & Circuit Theory”. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ UEC 4032 ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS –I UNIT I Biasing and Stabilization: Operating point and Q-point . CC. CB FET equivalent circuit –small signal analysis of CS. McGraw Hill.Different Types of Biasing – Fixed bias. C. UNIT III Frequency Response of Amplifiers: Low frequency response of BJT. A. Allen Motorshed. cascading amplifiers – effect of cascading on gain and bandwidth – composite transistors – Darlington pair and cascode connection – Differential amplifiers. self bias and voltage divider biasing –Biasing MOSFET-Bias stability in FET. David. UNIT IV Power Supplies: Rectifiers –Half wave. input and Output impedance –CE. CD and CG configuration. International edition. UNIT V High Frequency Transistor Analysis: High frequency T model – CB short circuit current frequency response – cut-off frequency – hybrid pi model –current gain from resistance. Bell.Stabilization of Q point and stability and stability factor –Bias compensation-Thermistor and sensistor compensation –Thermal Runaway and thermal stability –FET biasing – Fixed bias. Boylestead and Narhelsky.pec. LC and pi filters and unregulated power supply – Shunt voltage regulator – Linear voltage regulators – Series voltage regulator – current limiting switch – Fold back current – limiting circuit –voltage doublers and quadruples – Principle of SMPS. 3. Text Book: 1. efficiency. TUF – Filters – L. Collector to base bias-Emitter biasing .

aperiodic. “Signals and systems”.Oppenheim. UNIT IV Spectrum of discrete time signals – Discrete time Fourier transform – Discrete Fourier transform – properties – Z. UNIT II Fourier series Analysis – Representation of Periodic signals in exponential and trigonometric forms – Spectrum of continuous time signals: Properties – Fourier Transform and Laplace transform in signal analysis. random signals – continuous time system and discrete time systems – classification of systems – Linear invariant system. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ UEC 4033 SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS UNIT I Continuous time signal – Discrete time signals – Representation of signals : step. Roger E.transform – properties – Z-transform in signal analysis. 2. John Wiley and sons. impulse. McMillan. “Signals and Systems Continuous and discrete”.Gael and Richard A Roberts.Tech. convolution sum. UNIT V Difference equation. exponential –Classification of continuous time signals and discrete time signals – periodic.Ziemer. UNIT III Differential Equation – Block diagram representation. Robert A. Allan V. reduction techniques – Impulse response – Convolution integral – Parsevals theorem – Frequency response. State Variable equation and matrix Text Book: 1. Prentice Hall of India. http://ece. Fourier Methods and Laplace transforms in analysis – state variable equations and matrix. “Signals and Linear systems”. pulse. Frequency response. References: 1. ramp. Fast Fourier Transform and Z.pec.transform in signal analysis. impulse response.Curriculum & Syllabi ( 48/118 . block diagram representation.

attenuation and phase constants – surge impedance – Termination. 2. Wiley Eastern Edition. Sathya Prakasham Publishers.Ryder. Bridged T.Mithal. Matching : Quarter wave transformers – Single and double stub matching – smith chart. G. Reflection factor.Design procedure – Attenuation in filters – Lattice network as filter – Introduction to crystal filters.Kuo. Open circuit impedance 49/118 . ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ UEC 4034 NETWORKS AND TRANSMISSION LINES UNIT I Characteristic impedance and propagation constant of pure reactance network – transmission and attenuation bands. “Network Analysis”. T section and Pi section – Twin T networks. its derivation and use.Curriculum & Syllabi ( B.K. UNIT II Poles and Zeros of network functions – location of poles and zeros in complex plane transfer functions – properties of all network functions – time domain response – stability – Routh’s Criterion Short circuit admittance parameters. standing wave ratio. Van Valkenburg. Transmission line equation – Infinite line – propagation . 2.Tech. “Network Analysis and synthesis”. References: 1. Frankline F. “Network lines and fields. UNIT III Insertion loss and reflection factor: Attenuators – Equalizer. “Network Analysis”. standing waves. UNIT IV Electrically short and long line concepts of transmission Lines – Network distribution constant – relationship between the line parameters and the transmission constants. Network Synthesis: positive real function – properties – Brune’s Positive real functions – reactive networks. “Transmission lines and Networks”. ladder networks as filters – Classification of filter networks –Terminating half sections – Composite Filter . Text Books: 1. parallel T and Lattice networks. UNIT V Characteristics – Distortion – Distortionless transmission –Loading. 3. Umesh Sinha. Khanna Publication.pec. http://ece. Lumped and distributed loading Characteristics – standing wave – input impedance with total and partial reflection – Lines as circuits and switching elements – skin and proximity effects. Prentice Hall of India.D. John. Transmission parameters Hybrid parameters and image and iterative parameter – parameter conversion.

Programmable logic devices– PAL. Universal Book Stall. programmable ROM. Comparison of logic families. McGraw Hill. stacks and queues. “Digital Design”.Curriculum & Syllabi ( B.Rise time – fall time – switching speed – Noise margin – propagation delay – Fan in / Fan out. Instructions and instruction sequencing. “Digital Integrated Circuits”. http://ece. FPGA. References: 1. addressing modes. MOS – CMOS families.pec. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ UEC 4035 DIGITAL ELECTRONICS UNIT – I Combinational Logic Design: Overview of codes and Boolean algebra. simplification of Boolean 50/118 . BCD Counter – Modulus counters – shift registers – timing sequence – racing problems – Hazards – Hazard free Asynchronous circuits. New Delhi. “Digital Fundamentals”. “Digital principles and Applications”. Study of TTL. Text Book: 1. 3. UNIT – II Sequential Circuits: Flip – flops (all types) – Truth table and excitation table. full adder – Half subtraction – full subtract or – parallel adder – binary adder – Magnitude comparator – encoder and decoders – multiplexers – code converters – parity generator/checker. Prentice Hall of India. Morris Mano. McGraw Hill. synchronous and Asynchronous Counter design – Up-down counter. Herbert Taub and Donald Schilling. registers and addressing. PLA. UNIT – V System Design Using Digital Integrated Circuits: Designs of combinational and sequential circuits with standard IC’s – Display drivers – Frequency counters with display unit . Logic gates – Implementation of combinational logic functions – Half adder. Albert Paul Malvino and Donald P Leach. I2L. ECL.Tech. Floyd. UNIT – III Semiconductor memories: Main memory operations. static and dynamic RAM using BJT and MOS transceivers. UNIT – IV Digital Integrated Circuits: Performance parameters:.ROM circuits. 2.

Curriculum & Syllabi ( B.Tech. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ UEC 4036 ANALOG COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS UNIT – I Noise and Modulation: External and Internal noise-Noise figure and noise temperatureNeed for modulation – amplitude modulation – frequency spectrum – Power relation – different types of modulators – SSB and VSB generation. AM transmitters – Block diagram – functions of each block – high level transmitters. UNIT – II Angle modulation: Principle of frequency and phase – modulation – Relation between FM and PM waves – Bandwidth of FM – Narrow band wide band FM – Generation of FM wave – Direct and Indirect methods – FM transmitters – Block diagram – functions of each block. UNIT – III Detection and Receivers: Detection – Diode detectors – Synchronous detection – FM detectors – slope detectors – Phase discriminators – Ratio detectors. Receiver – different types – super hetero dyne receivers – Block diagram – Choice of IF and Oscillator frequencies – Tracking – alignment – AVC, AFC – Receiver characteristics. UNIT – IV Pulse modulation systems: Sampling theorem – Pulse amplitude modulation – Channel bandwidth for PAM – detection of PAM signals –Pulse width modulation – generation of PWM and PPM –conversion of PWM to PPM – detection of PWM and PPM – Time division multiplexing – Frequency division multiplexing. Carrier telephone system – carrier communication on power lines. UNIT – V Television: Quality of Picture – Scanning principles – Camera and Picture tube – Block diagram of monochrome and colour Transmitter and Receiver. RADAR: Basic principles- range equation and performance factors-constituents of pulse radar system - Radar transmitters and receivers – CW radar. Text Books: 1. G. Kennedy, “Electronic Communication Systems”, McGraw Hill, 1984. 2. Wayne Tomasi, “Electronic Communications Systems – Fundamentals Through advanced”, 4th Edition, Pearson Education, 2001. 3. Roddy and Coolen, “Communication Systems”, Prentice Hall of India, 2001 References: 1. Taub and Schilling, “Principles of Communication Systems”, McGraw Hill, 1989. 2. Bruce Carlson, “Communication Systems”, McGraw Hill, 1985.


Curriculum & Syllabi ( B.Tech. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ UEC 4237 GENERAL PROFICIENCY - II UNIT I IMPORTANCE OF COMMUNICATION : Introduction; Verbal and Non-verbal Codes of Communication; Barriers to Communication; Self-Assessment; SWOT Analysis; Identifying Strengths and Weaknesses.

UNIT II PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT : Body Language; Non-verbal Skills; Leadership Qualities; Emotional Quotient; Effective Time Management; Surviving Stress; Overcoming Failure; Professional Ethics UNIT III VERBAL COMMUNICATION : Social Exchanges; Planned Speech; Extempore; Basics of Attending & Organizing Meetings; Informal Discussions UNIT IV QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS : Aptitude Tests

REFERENCE BOOKS 1. Mohan, Krishna and Meera Banerji. Developing Communication Skills. Macmillan, 2002. 2. Leigh, Andrew and Michael Maynard. The Perfect Leader. Random House Business Books, 1999. 3. Minchinton, Jerry. Maximizing Self-confidence. Jaico Publishing House, 2003. Thorpe, Edgar. Course in Mental Ability and Quantitative Aptitude. Tata McGrawHill, 2003.


Curriculum & Syllabi ( B.Tech. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ UEC 4038 ELECTRONIC CIRCUIT DESIGN LAB 1. Half wave, center tapped full wave and bridge rectifiers. 2. Biasing Circuits (Fixed bias, collector to base bias and self bias). 3. Emitter follower. 4. RC coupled amplifiers. 5. FET amplifier. 6. Two stage RC coupled amplifiers (cascade amplifier). 7. Darlington pair and Cascode amplifier. 8. Regulated power supply (Shunt, Series and IC regulators) 9. a)Differential amplifier b)Voltage doublers and trippler. 10. Design of filters for rectifier based on Light, heavy, inductive, capacitive loads.

UEC 4039 DIGITAL CIRCUIT DESIGN LAB 1. Verification of laws and theorems and Realization of circuit for Boolean Expression after simplification. 2. Construction of Half adder, full adder subtractors and flip flops. 3. Code converters (Gray to BCD and vice versa, excess 3 code etc..) 4. Parity generator and decoder. 5. Decoders (BCD to 7 segment) and encoders 6. Synchronous Counters (Up, Down, BCD, Ring, Johnson). 7. Asynchronous Counters (Up, Down, BCD, Ring, Johnson). 8. Multiplexers and demultiplexers and their Extensions (eg: 4 to 8 etc). 9. Shift Registers (All Types). 10. Memories

UEC 40310 COMMUNICATION LAB I 1. Amplitude modulation and demodulation. 2. Frequency modulation and demodulation. 3. IF double tuned amplifier and video amplifier. 4. AGC and Delayed AGC 5. Pre-emphasis and de-emphasis. 6. Pulse amplitude modulation and sample and hold circuits. 7. Pulse width modulation and pulse position modulation. 8. Characteristics of Radio receiver. 9. DSB – SC modulation using multiplication of signals 10. Simulation of indirect FM generation.


product and ratio of two random variables – Transformation through characteristic functions. UNIT III Continuous random variable and their distribution – Normal. http://ece.Gardener. References: 1. UNIT IV Transformation of single random variable – Transformation of several random variables – Function of random variables – Sum. “Applied Probability and Stochastic Processes Engineering and physical sciences”. Prentice Hall . 1982.B. Weiner – Levi .Papoulis. “Probability and statistics with reliability.A. “Probability. difference. R. multivariate normal distributions – Gamma. Bernoulli and shot noise processes – Autocorrelation function. Chi-square. Kishor S. A.Functions of random variable and random vectors – statistical independence – Expectations. John Wiley and sons.Conditional expectations for a given sigma field – Properties of Conditional expectation. Log-normal. Wiley. Poisson. 1992.pec.Tech. 1985. Queuing and computer science applications”. moments and characteristic functions. McGraw Hill. Text Book: 1.Trivedi.Ochi. Brownian motion – normal (Gaussian) . UNIT V Stochastic processes – classification – Stationary processes – Ergodic processes – Independent increment processes – Markov processes – Counting processes – Narrowband processes – Stochastic processes for analysis of physical phenomena. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ UEC 5231 PROBABILITY AND RANDOM PROCESSES UNIT I Probability theory: Axioms – Probability spaces –random variables and random vectors – Distribution and densities. 3. Weibull and Rayleigh distributions – Relation between distributions of various continuous random variables. Random variable and Stochastic processes”.Curriculum & Syllabi ( B. Exponential. Michel K. “Topics in stochastic processes”. 2. UNIT II Conditional expectations – The general concept of conditional Probability and expectations-Baye’s theorem.Ash and 54/118 .

Theoretical efficiency –Distortion analysis –Complementary and Quasi complementary push-pull amplifiers. McGraw Hill Book Co. distortion. “Integrated Electronics”. monostable and bistable multivibrators –Schmitt triggers-design of multivibrators. AB & C Transformer coupled amplifiers-Thermal runaway –Push-pull arrangements. UNIT III Large Signal Amplifiers: Classification of amplifiers – class A. voltage/current sawtooth sweep-fixed amplitude sweep and constant current sweep generators –UJT saw tooth generator – miller and bootstrap time bases. input and output impedances – practical feed back amplifier circuits and their analysis –multistage feedback amplifier.Curriculum & Syllabi ( B. B. voltage shunt. stability. UNIT II Oscillators: Barkhausen criterion for sustained oscillations-Nyquist criterion for stability of amplifier. 2. http://ece. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ UEC 5032 ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS -II UNIT I Feedback Amplifier: Concept of feedback.Tech. Millman and 55/118 . Text Books: 1. McGraw Hill international edition.Wein bridge oscillator-RF oscillator-Colpittstuned collector/tuned oscillators-crystal oscillators and frequency stability. “Pulse. band width. Digital and Switching waveforms”. UNIT V Pulse Shaping Circuits and Multivibrators: Pulse shaping circuits –clippers-clampersmultivibrators –astable. UNIT IV Tuned and Wideband Amplifiers: Parallel resonant circuits – quality factors and bandwidth –single tuned capacitor coupled amplifiers –single tuned amplifiers – transformer coupled amplifiers-double tuned amplifiers-stager tuned amplifierneutralization. Millman and Halkias.topological classification-voltage series. current series.pec. RC phase shift oscillator. current shunt-effect of feedback on gain.

Prentice Hall of India. “Electronic Device and Circuit Theory “. McGraw Hill. Donald.Curriculum & Syllabi ( B. http://ece. Bell. 2. 3. “Electronic Circuit-Discrete and Integration”. 3rd edition. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ References: 1. David A. Boylestead and Naskelsky.Schilling & E.Belove. “Electronic Device and circuits “.pec.L.Tech. Prentice Hall of 56/118 .

modulators and demodulators. Digital display systems using LED’s and LCD’s. “An Engineering approach to Digital design”.edu 57/118 . zero crossing detector. 2001. 2nd Indian reprint. 2001. voltage follower circuits . Processor organization.Curriculum & Syllabi ( B. Programmable counter Timer its applications. Coughlin and Discroll. 5 Morris Mano. accumulator and processor unit. UNIT IV Processor and control unit design: register transfer logic. state reduction and assignments. Counter applications – Pseudo random sequence generator. “System design using Integrated Circuits” .Schmitt trigger. 9th edition. Design of ALU. 2. References: 1. IEEE series. New age international publishers. latest edition. Khanna publishers. Blood pressure meter.pec.Bothkar. Mixer.frequency changers – Detection of AM and FM signals.2nd edition. LM 301. 6th edition. control organization. “Digital design”. UNIT V System Applications: Instrumentation Amplifier. PLL: Operating Principles – building blocks of PLL – IC 565 – PLL applications. “Operational amplifiers and Linear Integrated Circuits”. multiplier circuits. 3 K. UNIT II Functional Block Diagram: Timers: IC 555 timer in Astable. Data Converters: Performance measures. differentiator.Hazards in combinational and sequential circuits. Pearson education. LM 311. Race conditions.Tech. integrator. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ UEC 5033 SYSTEM DESIGN USING INTEGRATED CIRCUITS UNIT I Operational Amplifiers: OP-Amp characteristics – DC / AC performance. “Integrated circuits”. multivibrator using Op-Amps. Inverting and non Inverting amplifiers. Hazards in combinational and sequential circuits. window detector.R. AD 633 . Monostable mode and its applications. http://ece. Pearson education. Multiplier applications – Radio receiver. filters. Hardwired control with examples. Algorithmic state machines (ASM).Accuracy. resolution. Frequency doublers. Subtractors. performance characteristics of IC’s 741. Nonlinear Op-Amp circuits: logarithmic and antilog amplifiers . B. DAC circuits – Variable resistor and R-2R ladder circuits ADC circuits – all types of ADC UNIT III Design of Sequential machines: Analysis and design of synchronous sequential machines – Mealey and Moore machines. PLA control and microprocessor control for processor unit. 2002. Adders. 2002.Sonde . Biomedical applications – Heart rate meter. 4 William A Fletcher.S. Asynchronous sequential circuit Design.

Introduction to 58/118 . Special Function Registers (SFR). Addressing modes. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ UEC 5044 MICROPROCESSORS AND MICRO CONTROLLERS UNIT I 8085 Architecture and Programming: General 8-bit microprocessor and its architecture – 8085 functional block diagram – Architecture. UNIT II Data Transfer and Interfacing: Data transfer schemes – programs I/O & interrupt structure of 8085 – interrupt Drive I/O– DMA serial I/O – input/output ports – latches and buffers peripheral interfaceICs. UNIT III 80X86 Processors: 8086 Architecture.Curriculum & Syllabi ( B. “Microprocessor Architecture Programming and Applications with 8085”. 8279. Ramesh S. Robotics and Embedded control. Stack and subroutine . Interrupts Programming. Muhammad Ali Mazidi. Basic Instructions.pec. Janice Gillispie Mazidi. 8086 Minimum and Maximum mode configurations. Connection to RS 232. I/O pins. interfacing to liquid crystal display (LCD 16 x 2 line). Tata McGraw Hill. 8086 Interrupts. Programming and Hardware”. Text books: 1. Pin Configuration. ports and circuits. Douglas V. Second Edition. Instruction set. 80386. Fourth edition. stepper motor interfacing. Penram International Publishing 2000. Introduction to 16 bit Microcontroller UNIT V Microprocessor based systems design: Interfacing to alphanumeric displays.Assembly language programming. http://ece. and Embedded Systems”. 8251. 1999. Assembly level programming. “The 8051 Microcontroller. Assembly Language Programming. Digital Filters. high power Devices and Optical motor shaft encoders. Timer and Counter Programming. industrial process control system. UNIT IV Microcontrollers: Intel 8031/8051 Architecture. Addressing Modes.Instruction format -addressing modes – instruction set of 8085 CPU – instruction cycle – timing diagrams – different machine cycles – fetch and execute operations – estimation of execution time.Hall. 2.8255. Pearson Education 2002. Gaonkar. 80286. 8259 – interfacing of A/D and D/A converters – display devices – applications. Serial Communication. External Memory interfacing . Microcomputer based smart scale. Analog interfacing and industrial control.Tech. “Microprocessor and Interfacing. 3.functions of different sections– Memory mapping-Memory interfacing. 80486 and Pentium processors.

“The 8051 Microcontroller Architecture Programming and Applications”.Curriculum & Syllabi ( B. Kenneth J. 1995. Programming and Interfacing the PC”. 1996. Penram International Publishing (India). Penram International 59/118 .Ayala. 2. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ References: 1.Ayala. Kenneth J. “The 8086 Microprocessor.Tech. http://ece.

Edgar. Clippers and Clampers 9. Macmillan. 2. Hartley and Colpitts oscillators 4. Expanding Terminology UNIT II DEXTERITY IN WRITING : Importance of Writing. 4. Voltage shunt negative feedback amplifier 2. Thorpe. Andrew and Michael Maynard. Analyzing Contemporary Issues. Class A Power amplifier and UJT relaxation oscillator 6. Random House Business Books. Letter-writing. Class AB Push pull amplifier 7. Delivering Matter. Bistable multivibrator and Schmitt trigger 8. Language lab Practice UNIT IV QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS : Aptitude Tests. Simon and Schuster. Staff of Kaplan. Rehearsing. 2004. Puzzles. Grammar and Usage.Tech. The Perfect Presentation. 5. R. UEC 5037 ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS – II LAB 1. Objective English. Monostable multivibrator and Astable multivibrator 10. Wien bridge and RC Phase shift oscillators 5. Written vs. Test of Reasoning. 1999.Curriculum & Syllabi ( B. 2003.pec. 2003. Project Proposals UNIT III PRESENTATION SKILLS : Collecting and Organizing Materials. Seminar Presentations (Subject Oriented/ General Topics).P and Rajul Bhargava. Pearson Education. Edgar and Showick Thorpe. Questions. Tata McGraw-Hill. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ UEC 5236 GENERAL PROFICIENCY . English for Competitive Examinations. Miller Bootstrap and Constant current generator 60/118 . Resources for Improving Writing. Differences in American and British English.III UNIT I COMPOSITION ANALYSIS : Technical and Non-technical Passages (GRE Based). Spoken Language. Psychometric Tests REFERENCE BOOKS 1. 3. Voltage series negative feedback amplifier 3. Formal and Informal Styles of Writing. GRE Exam 2004. Controlling Anxiety. Bhatnagar. Audience. 1999. Leigh. Thorpe. Content. Application Essays.

ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ UEC 5038 SYSTEM DESIGN USING INTERGRATED CIRCUITS LAB 1. and Square router 9. 8. 4. UEC 5049 MICROPROCESSORS AND MICROCONTRLLERS LAB 1. crossing detector. Stepper motor control using microprocessor 9. ladder type DAC. Interface of programmable timer 8.2nd order LPF. Differentiator.Tech. Multivibrators using Op-Amp. Linear Op-Amp circuits. window detector. Multivibrators using IC 555. Interfacing programmable interrupt controller 4.Open and Closed loop systems – Differential equation representation of Physical systems – Transfer function – Modelling of Translational and Rotational systems – Block diagram reduction techniques – Signal flow Graph http://ece. DAC circuits – R-2R. Programming 8085 microprocessor kit 2. Schmitt trigger. 7. Programming 8086 microcontroller kit 3. HPF.Curriculum & Syllabi ( B.Inverting and non-inverting amplifiers. Multiplier as Analog divider. summer. Voltage follower. Interfacing of switches and display devices 5. 6. Study of MASM and DEBUG utilities UEC 6031 LINEAR AND DIGITAL CONTROL SYSTEMS UNIT I System Modelling: Basic elements in control systems . Oscillators using Op-Amps 10. 5. Active filters using Op-Amps. Simulation of Digital circuits. Interfacing of 8251 and 8257 61/118 . Interfacing of D/A and A/D converters 6. Successive approximation type ADC.pec. Subtractor. Interface of key board and display using programmable controllers 7. 2. Comparator circuits. BPF and BSF. Integrator. 3.

Jury ‘s stability criterion UNIT V State Space Analysis: Introduction – State space formulation – State model of linear system – State diagram – State space representation using Physical. 62/118 .2002 UEC 6032 DIGITAL COMMUNICATION UNIT I Base Band Transmission: Base band transmission – Wave form representation of binary digits –PCM. 2. Tata McGraw Hill. 4th Ed.Nice.”Digital Control Systems”. 7th Ed.Curriculum & Syllabi ( B. ADM systems – Detection of signals in Gaussian noise – Matched filter – Application of matched filter – Error probability performance of binary http://ece.Ogata. 2nd Ed.Kuo. Phase and Canonical variables – State space representation of discrete time systems Text Books: 1.”Automatic Control Systems”.”Digital Control and State variable methods”.”Control Systems Engineering”. Benjamin C.2002 2. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ UNIT II Time Response Analysis: Types of Test inputs .pec. 3. 2002. References: 1. K.Tech. Pearson Education – Asia. Gopal . DM. 1997.”Modern Control Engineering”. PHI.Kuo. Benjamin C. Norman S.Analysis of First and Second order system – Time domain specifications – Steady state error – generalized error coefficient – Stability analysis – Routh Hurwitz criterion – Root locus method UNIT III Frequency Response Analysis: Frequency response – Definition – Frequency domain specifications – Bode plot – Polar plot – Nyquist stability criterion UNIT IV Digital Control System: Introduction – Basic Digital control system – Sampling process – Analysis of sampling process in frequency domain – Sample and Hold circuits – Discrete time signal – Z transform and its properties – Linear discrete time systems – Pulse transfer function – Analysis of Digital control system using Z-Transform Stability analysis . Oxford University Press. DPCM.

2. References: 1. QPSK. UNIT IV Synchronization: Receiver synchronization – Coherent systems – Symbol and Frame synchronization – Network synchronization – Network synchronization – Open and Closed loop transmitter synchronization – Tracking and Acquisition in spread spectrum system. 2. FSK. 1993. 2001. PSK. DQPSK. UEC 6033 DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING UNITI http://ece. Jaico Publishing House. Bernard Sklar. UNIT V Encryption and Decryption: Model Encryptor – Decryptor. Text Books: 1.India. “Principles of Communication systems” Tata McGraw Hill 63/118 . “Digital Communications”. UNIT III Spread Spectrum Communication: Spread spectrum technologies – spreading techniques – PN sequences – Direct sequence spread spectrum systems – Frequency Hopping spread spectrum systems – Hybrid systems – Demodulation schemes –RAKE Receivers – Use of spread spectrum with code division multiple access. Prentice Hall.1986 3.Tramer. Taub & Schilling. NJ. Upper Saddle River.Curriculum & Syllabi ( B. “Principles of Digital Communication”.F. John Wiley and Sons. R. Cipher systems – Security Data encryption standard – Stream Encryption– Public key Encryption system. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ signaling – Multilevel base band transmission – Inter symbol interference – Companding – A law and μ law – correlation receiver . FSK and PSK Comparison of error performance of non coherently and coherently detected ASK. MSK – Detection of signals in noise – Coherent and Noncoherent detection of ASK. “Principles of Communication”. UNIT II Band Pass Transmission: ASK. 1988.Tech.Ziemer and W. Simon Haykin. Bruce Carlson.H. McGraw Hill 1988.pec. FSK and PSK systems – M-ary signaling – Vectorial view of MPSK and MFSK – error performance. “Digital Communication” 2nd Edition.

Design of IIR filters from analog filters-impulse invariant and bilinear transformation methods. Text Books: 1. 3rd edition. “Digital Signal Processing “.Relation between z transform. “DSP Telecommunication & Multimedia Technology”. Prentice Hall of India. UNIT V Power Spectrum Estimation: Computation of energy density spectrum-the period gramuse of DFT in power spectrum estimation-non parametric methods-Bartlett &Welch method-parametric methods-AR.Khanna. overflow limit cycle oscillations. UNIT II DFT and FFT: Discrete Fourier transform-its properties . “Digital Signal Processing. cascade and linear phase structures .design of linear phase FIR filters using window & frequency sampling method. Applications of DSP in speech and image processing.Analysis of discrete time LTI systems-Difference equations. Algorithms and Applications”.Frequency analysis of signal using DFT.structures for IIR systems-discrete form. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ Introduction: Advantage of digital over analog signal processing – Discrete time signals and systems . Proakis and Manolakis.radix2 algorithms-Decimation in time Decimation in frequency-Computation of IDFT using FFT.Curriculum & Syllabi ( B.Advantages over discrete computation of DFT . Pearson education. 4. discrete time Fourier transform (DTFT) and DFT. Pearson education. 3. parallel. biomedical signal processing and communication (brief discussion). 1998.Tech. Rabiner and Gold.round off effects in digital filter – product quantization error.K.Representation of numbers-errors resulting in rounding and truncation-quantization of filter coefficients . UNIT III Implementation of Discrete Time Systems: Structures for FIR systems-discrete form. V. cascade and ladder structures . http://ece. 2003. UNIT IV Design of Digital Filters: Design of FIR filters. 2001. Schafer and Yoder. 2003. FFT algorithms . Sci tech publications. References: 1. Principles. 2003.Chand & Company. Mcclellan. 64/118 . MA and ARMA models.pec. 2. Ramesh Babu. “Signal processing first”. “Theory and applications of Digital Signal Processing”.

Jordan and Keith G. UNIT V Microwave Resonators: Introduction –coaxial resonator. 2. Uniform plane wave-characteristic impedance or intrinsic impedancewave propagation in a lossless medium. Transverse magnetic waves. Transverse electromagnetic waves-characteristics of TE . rectangular and circular cavity resonator-cavity excitation and tuning. circular polarization and elliptical polarization-Reflection and Refraction of plane waves-Surface waves.”Electromagnetic waves and radiating systems”.Polarization.Wave impedance-Attenuation factor and Q of wave guides. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ UEC 6034 ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVES AND WAVE GUIDES UNIT I Electromagnetic waves: Electromagnetic wave equation.Excitation methods for various modes. 2004.Wave impedance. References: 1.K. wave equation for free space. “Field and wave Electromagnetics”. Prentice Hall India.Waveguide. Pearson Education. Lakshmi 65/118 . wave equation.Depth of penetration. 1st Edition. UNIT III Rectangular Wave Guides: Rectangular waveguide introduction-TE and Tm waves in rectangular waveguide-Dominant mode-Impossibility of TEM waves in wave guidesWave impedance and characteristic impedance. “Electromagnetic waves and waveguides”.David. good dielectric.-Q factor of micro wave cavitiesUnloaded Q of Rectangular cavity.Tech.2000. TM and TEM waves-Wave impedances –Electric field and current flow with conductorwaves in coaxial and modes –Strip lines and Micro strip lines.P.Second edition.Balaman. Text Book: Edward C.2002. 1. http://ece. UNIT II Guided waves: Introduction-Waves between parallel planes-Transverse electric waves. Second Edition.Cheng. 2. UNIT IV Circular Wave Guides: Introduction –TE and TM waves in circular waveguide.Excitation modes in circular wave guides. conducting medium. Dananjayan . good conductor.Curriculum & Syllabi ( B.pec. Linear polarization.

Defining Group Discussions. Puzzles REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. 2004. The Perfect Negotiation. 2003. 1999. Career Press Editors. Rehearsing. Prasad.M. Listening Skills. Negotiation Skills. Types of Resumes. Group Dynamics.pec. 3. http://ece. Facing Questions. Tata McGraw-Hill. Team-work. Kenendy.S. Mock Interviews UNIT IV QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS :Aptitude Tests. Chand & Co. 66/118 . S. Intra/Inter Dept. 101 Great Resumes. Taking the Interview. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ UEC 6236 GENERAL PROFICIENCY . Jaico Publishing House. Presenting Information and Content UNIT II GROUP DISCUSSIONS/ ACTIVITIES : Introduction. Language lab Practice UNIT III INTERVIEWS :Introduction. H. Preparation.Curriculum & Syllabi ( B. Participation. Types of Group Discussions. Introduction to Organizational Behaviour. 2. Prentice-Hall. Group Discussions. Random House Business Books. R. Organizational Behaviour.. 4.IV UNIT 1 RESUMES : Introduction to Resumes. Psychometric Tests. 2003 5. A Modern Approach to Verbal & Non-verbal Reasoning. How to Prepare for Group Discussion and Interview. Gavin. 2001. Robins. Aggarwal. Honing Verbal and Non-verbal Skills. Organization of Resume Formats.

PCM and DM Encoder and Decoder 2. 7. Implementation of synchronization circuits. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ UEC 6037 COMMUNICATION LAB . 6. (b) Frequency division multiplexing and demultiplexing. 10.Tech.pec. Study of PLL circuits for demodulation applications. (a)Time division multiplexing and 67/118 .II 1. 9.Curriculum & Syllabi ( B. PSK modulation and demodulation 5. Simulation of source coding techniques like Shannon Fano coding and Huffmann coding. Study of spread spectrum communication using trainer kit. FSK modulation and demodulation 4. ASK modulation and demodulation 3. 8. http://ece. Implementation of channel coding schemes.

R – L circuits (e) Series and parallel resonance circuits 2. clampers and rectifiers) (b) RC coupled amplifiers. FET amplifiers. Servo motor 4. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ UEC 6038 DESIGN AND SIMULATION LAB Experiments are framed from Electronic circuits I.amps) 3. Flow controller 10. Experiments on digital circuits 68/118 . Experiments on application of Diodes and Transistors (a) Application of Diodes (clippers. Pulse and digital circuits. Reciprocity and Maximum power transfer theorem (d) AC – DC transient analysis for R – C. Transducer 5. Phase controlled thyristor converter 6. Position control system 2. Experiments on circuits and analysis (a) Mesh analysis (b) Verification of Norton and Thevenin’s theorem (c) Superposition. Network lines and field and signals and systems syllabus and the experiments are to be performed by using MatLab and PSpice software. Experiments on communication (a) Simulation of AM. Pressure controller 8. Feedback amplifiers and Power amplifiers (c) Multivibrators (1) Monostable (2) Bistable and Schmitt trigger (3) Astable (d) RC and LC Oscillators (e) Wave form generators (f) Application of Operational amplifiers(Op .Curriculum & Syllabi ( B. Speed control of D. Temperature controller 7. Experiments on DSP UEC 6039 CONTROL AND INSTRUMENTATION LAB 1. motor 3. Level controller 9. FM and PM (b) Simulation of FSK and PSK (c) Simulation of PCM and ADPCM 4.C. List of Experiments: 1.Tech. PH controller http://ece.pec. Emitter follower.

References: J. UNIT V Fiber Optical System: System block diagram – homodyne and heterodyne communication systems – coherent communication – point to point link – link design – power budget analysis. APD – Optical transmitters and Optical receivers. McGraw Hill 1987. N. AON. “Microwaves”. F. S – matrix of some two – port networks – multi port networks. A Harcourt Publishers International Company 2000. John. “Microwave devices and circuits”. 1. 2nd Edition PHI 1992. 2. K. 6. Conversion between ABCD and S – Parameters. Liao. 5. Sivarajan. PHI 1987. “Optical Fiber Communications Principles and Practice”. Collins. ILD – Light detectors characteristics. UNIT II S–Parameters: Scattering Parameters – shifting of reference planes in two port networks. Senior. UNIT IV Sources and detectors. SONET. 4. Gupta. DWDM. “Optical Fiber Communications” McGraw Hill International Edition 1991.C. Wiley Eastern Ltd 1983. http://ece. “Optical Networks – A Practical Perspective”. 69/118 . “Foundation of Microwave Engineering”. 3. UNIT III Optical communication system –Fiber optic communication– Propagation of light – optical fiber configurations – Acceptance angle – Numerical aperture – Attenuation – Absorption losses – Scattering losses – Dispersion – Radiation losses. Gerd Keiser. Properties of S – matrix.Curriculum & Syllabi ( B.pec. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ UEC 7031 MICROWAVE AND OPTICAL ENGINEERING UNIT I Microwave Sources: Two cavity klystron oscillators – Power and efficiency considerations – Reflex Klystron oscillators – modes and efficiency considerations – Magnetrons – TWT. M. Bipolar transistor – FET – Transferred electron oscillators – Avalanche diode oscillators – Parametric amplifiers.Light Sources characteristics. Rajiv Ramaswami and Kumar. R.Tech. Introduction to new concepts in fiber optic communication like WDM. LED. FTH. PIN.Y.

“ Principles of Digital Communication” .K.types of errors –Linear Block codes – Single error correcting hamming codes . http://ece. UNIT-III Detection of Signals and Channels with Noise: Hypothesis testing – Baye’s criterion – Minimum error probability representations . Binary symmetric channel (BSC). John Wiley & sons.Error detection – Error correction .Binary cyclic codesSyndrome calculation .Discrete memoryless channels .noiseless channel.V Error Correcting Codes: Introduction .Mutual information and Trans information.Methods of controlling errors . UNIT-IV Source Coding: Purpose of encoding –uniquely decipherable codes-Code efficiency and redundancy –Shannon’s first and second fundamental theorem-Shannon’s encoding algorithm-Shannon Fano code – Huffman code. Redundancy and Efficiency. P.Wiley Easter Limited. K.K.Viterbi and J.Mullick. “Digital and Analog Communication Systems” .Covariance-Power spectral densityMeasure of information-Entropy of symbols-Conditional entropies-Basic relationship among different 70/118 .Tech.Burst error correcting codes . UNIT.J.K.pec. A.Curriculum & Syllabi ( B.S. McGraw Hill.Omura.Sam Shanmugam . Neyman pearson criterion. Das. Deterministic. Minmax criterionMaximum Likelihood detector-Wiener filter-Continuous and Discrete channels with noise-Shannon Hartley theorem and its implications.Chatterjee.1985 2.BCH codes .convolutional codes. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ UEC 7032 INFORMATION THEORY AND CODING UNIT I Introduction to Signal and Information Theory: Classification of signals and systemsAutocorrelation and cross correlation function . lossless channels. UNIT -II Channel classification and Capacity: Continuous and Discrete Communication channels . Binary Erasure channel (BEC) and their capacities.1986. “Principles of Digital Communication and coding”. References: 1. Text Book: 1.

radiation resistance.P. Mechanism of ionospheric propagation. radiation from a current element – The short. V and rhombic antennas. “ Statistical theory of communication ”. UNIT V Measurements: Impedance. input impedance. Selective fading. Relation between oblique and vertical incidence transmission. J.Diversity reception. Babinet’s principle – Slot radiators. aperture distributions and efficiencies – feeding techniques for parabolic antennas. Arrays of two point sources – linear arrays with uniform current distribution – broad side and end fire arrays. skip distance.pec. radiation patterns.Kraus. Space wave propagation. Ionosphere and its effect on radio waves.D. Radiation pattern. parabolic reflectors – radiation pattern. UNIT II Linear And Array Antennas: Current distribution – radiation field of centre fed dipole – near and far fields of dipole antennas. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ 3. monopole and half wave dipoles. Field pattern and gain of antennas. beam width .Eugene Xavier . Log periodic antennas. bandwidth and polarization – reciprocity theorem – effective aperture dipole and aperture antennas. S.Introduction to planar phased and adaptive arrays UNIT III Special Purpose Antennas: (Qualitative treatment only) Loop antennas. Wideband antennas.Coimbatore 1995. Refraction and reflection of sky wave by the ionosphere. Atmospheric effect in space wave propagation. McGraw Hill 1995. Folded dipoles. fields for small loop antennas and its applications. power density. Horn antennas. Ray paths. Considerations in space wave 71/118 . Reflector antennas.Tech. directivity and gain. Reflection of radio waves by the surface of the earth.Atchaya Graphics systems. UEC 7033 ANTENNAS AND WAVE PROPAGATION UNIT I Antenna Fundamentals: Retarded potential. Text Books: 1. UNIT IV Propagation: Factors involved in the propagation of radio waves The ground wave. “Antennas”. parasitic elements and Yagi arrays. http://ece.Curriculum & Syllabi ( B.principle of pattern multiplication – effect of earth on radiation pattern . Ionospheric measurements – Vertical incidence measurements of the ionosphere. Maximum usable frequency. binomial array . System Planning: Introduction to system planning concepts – frequency planning and co–ordination – LOS microwave relay links – satellite links – cellular mobile communication links. Fading of signal. Travelling wave antennas.

Freeman. Satya Prakasham . W. Dielectric constant 72/118 . 3. 2. Study of fiber sensors.Prasad.1992 3. 10. Wiley. 4. 5.A. impedance of unknown load. Fiber transmission and link design analysis. Reflex klystron characteristics. 6. R.F. UEC 7037 NETWORKING LAB I Experiments on Traffic Modeling (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) II Generation of ON-OFF traffic Generation of voice traffic Generation of data traffic Generation of video traffic Generation of Integrated (ISDN) traffic Generation of PN sequence and verification of randomness properties Experiments on Queuing Models (a) Generation of M | M | 1 model (b) Generation of M | G | 1 model (c) Generation of G | G | 1 model III Experiments on Data Link Layer and Network Layer (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) Stop and wait protocol Go back N protocol Selective retransmission protocol Routing algorithms Data encryption and decryption http://ece. Study of fiber fault characteristics using OTDR. 1995 References: 1.L.D. 2001 UEC 7036 COMMUNICATION LABORATORY III 1. K. Determination of SWR. “Reference Manual for Telecommunication Engineers”.Thile. 2. R. “Antenna and wave propagation” . “Antenna theory and Designer”. 7. Gunn diode characteristics.Curriculum & Syllabi ( B. 8.L.Stutzman and G. Study and characteristics of optical fibers. 9. McGraw Hill . Study of TDM & ISDN using fiber optical kit. “Antenna and Radiowave propagation”. Radiation pattern measurement of antenna. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ 2.Collins . Wiley.Tech.pec.

4 standard Token Management File transfer protocols Data encryption and security protocols UEC 7038 PROJECT WORK Each batch of 2 or 3 students will be assigned an experimental or a theoretical project to be carried out under the supervision of a guide. UEC 7039 SEMINAR Each one of the students will be assigned a Seminar Topic in the current and frontier areas. Each student will be evaluated by an internal assessment committee (comprising of the Head of the Department and two faculty members) for a total of 50 marks. A committee of departmental faculty members comprising the project guide. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ (f) Bit stuffing/frame stuffing in data frames (g) Error detection and correction (h) WDM IV Experiments in LAN (using LAN test bed) (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) Point to Point communication Multicast / Broadcast communication Token bus – IEEE 802. followed by a brief question and answer session. UEC 70310 INDUSTRIAL VISIT / TRAINING The students are required to undergo inplant training for a period of two weeks during the summer vacation after the sixth semester.Curriculum & Syllabi ( 73/118 .pec. the Head of the Department and one more faculty member will conduct the internal assessment. The project work has to be carried out in the 7th and 8th semesters and completed by the end of the 8th semester. The student will make a oral presentation for a period of about 30 minutes. http://ece. running to 30 or 40 pages. the progress of the work carried out in the 7th semester will be monitored and assessed internally for a total of 50 marks. Each student has to submit a detailed report on the training programme undergone. The Seminar (presentation and report) will be evaluated by the internal assessment committee (comprising of the Head of the Department and two faculty members) for a total of 50 marks. The student has to conduct a detailed study / survey of the material available on the assigned topic and prepare a report.Tech. In the Phase I of the Project work.

macro economic .preparation of balance sheet and profit and loss statements working capital . average cost. types of organization merits and demerits. http://ece. internal and external type of investments evaluation of investments .process planning. price of product .the market structure .economic decision and technical decision .full cost pricing and marginal cost pricing break even analysis .fixed cost. national income . routing. UNIT II Management Techniques: Types and principles of management.GNP & savings. coordinating etc.standard cost .Nature and function of money. variable cost. Types (ownership) of firm.Tech.economics of large and small scale production . determinate of demand and supply. UNIT IV Production Management: Types of production .Curriculum & Syllabi ( B. inspection and dispatches.product: concepts of productivity. marginal cost. material control .nature of pricing in different types of competition .types of demand.demand and supply concepts .types of accounting and significance of each 74/118 .concepts of iso-quant. opportunity cost .positive.economic efficiency and technical efficiency .equilibrium . scheduling.pec. organizing. elements of management. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ UEC 8231 INDUSTRIAL ECONOMICS & MANAGEMENT UNIT I Micro & Macro Economics & its Application: Nature and scope of economic science micro economic. UNIT III Financial Management: Sources of finance. normative. staffing. planning. elasticity of demand. inflation and deflation concepts business cycles. foreign exchange and control.

cross bar exchange. 3rd edition.satellite based data networks.modems and relays.principles of ATM networks. Mote Paul. Gupta. 1987. http://ece.common channel organizational processing.switching in networked environment. needs.echo suppressor & cancellers. O.1989 References: 1. three.adaptive equalizer.PCM multiplex group.products. four stage networks.traffic.cross talk.modeling switching system. Khanna.DSL. UNIT IV Transmission Networks: Subscriber synchronization UNIT V Data Networks: Data transmission in PSTN.pec.single stage networks.pricing and relative factors: channel of distribution. UNIT III Signal and Traffic: Channel associated signaling. SDH/ SONET.message switching. “Managerial economics”.grade of service. Paul A Samuelson.packet switching.hybrid circuit. PHI.line equalization.blocking models and relay system. UEC 8032 TELECOMMUNICATION SWITCHING TECHNIQUES UNIT I Introduction: Switching system function. “Industrial Engineering and Management”.SS7 protocol. marketing Vs selling . Text Book: 1.principles of switching system. promotion.TCP/ IP and internet. sales forecasting.ADSL. and markets . ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ UNIT V Marketing Management: Core concepts of marketing.ISDN. Joseph Massie L “Essentials of Management”.SPC exchange. advertising.multiple access techniques. market research.connection oriented and connectionless protocols-ISO-OSI architecture.circuits switching. Tata McGraw hill.two. 3. Tata McGraw Hill. “Economics”. 1987.P. 2. UNIT II Digital Switching Systems: Time switching.four wire concept.PCM coders. Dhanpat Rai & sons.Curriculum & Syllabi ( B.Tech.FDM & 75/118 .telephone handset. 1995. wants and demands.STS and TST switchingdigital switching system hardware.telecommunication standards.

each student has to prepare a project report and submit the same to the department. “Telecommunication switching. Study of Mobile communication system. Experiments based on scalar network analyzer Experiments based on signal processing concepts.Curriculum & Syllabi ( B. New Delhi. UEC 8035 ADVANCE COMMUNICATION LAB 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Study of microwave communication system. On completion of the project work. 2001. Study of computer communication. Study of 76/118 . Experiments to analyze the SNR of the system. The external university examination. McGraw Hill New York 1998. “Telecommunication switching systems and networks” PHI 1994.E. Syed. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ Text Book: 1. 2. the project work and the report will be evaluated by the internal assessment committee for a total of 50 marks. R.pec. Demonstration of ISDN concept. Ali “Digital switching systems”. Characteristics of FSO communication system. Experiments based on vector network analyzer.T. UEC 8036 PROJECT WORK (PHASE II) Extension and completion of project work started in the previous semester. which carries a total of http://ece. Flood. In the Phase II.Tech. References: 1. Viswanathan. Pearson Education Ltd. Study of fiber optical communication system. J. traffic and networks”.

UNIT III Network and Transport Layers: Network layer design issues Routing algorithmcongestion control algorithms internetworking. conventional channel allocation methods.pec. Physical 77/118 .stop and wait Sliding window protocols – Comparison of stop and wait and sliding window protocols. and Communication medium characteristics. will have report evaluation and viva voce examination conducted by a committee of one external examiner and one internal examiner appointed by the university. The external university examination.Tech. Finite population ALOHA. Data link layer design issues –Service primitives. Transport layer design issues-Connection management-A simple transport protocol on top of X. pure-ALOHA. Controlled ALOHA. The committee will conduct a written examination (objective type and short questions from all the core subjects) followed by a viva voce examination. which carries a total of 50 marks.S-ALOHA.Curriculum & Syllabi ( B. Token passing ring.25 UNIT IV http://ece. Design issues for packet radio networksIEEE standard for LAN-Ethernet: CSMA/CD LAN. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ 100 marks. UEC 8037 COMPREHENSIVE VIVA-VOCE The student will be tested for his understanding of the basic principles of the core engineering subjects. The internal assessment for a total of 50 marks will be made by a committee comprising of the faculty members of the department. Application of networks. Reservation ALOHA. UNIT II Medium Access Sub layer and Data Link Layer: Local area networks. Network architecture. UEC E701 COMPUTER COMMUNICATION AND NETWORKS UNIT I Computer Networks: Evolution of data networks. will be a viva voce examination conducted by a committee of one external examiner and one internal examiner appointed by the university. ISO Reference model examples of networks.

1989. Design Issues . McGraw Hill Publications. Applications of DFT – ZD DFT and its properties. Misha Schwartz. Macmillan. D. Tanenbaum. Gallagher. (10 Hrs) UNIT II Transforms: Z-Transform and its application to analysis of LTI systems – Inverse Z. UEC E702 ADVANCED DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING UNIT I Discrete – Time Signals and Systems: Discrete time signals – Discrete time systems – LTI systems – Implementation of discrete time systems – Correlation of Discrete time systems. Modeling and Analysis”. 2-D DFT. “Data networks”. 1989. 1990. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ Queuing Theory and Capacity Assignment: M/M/I Queues/G/I Queues. DFT. Text Books: 78/118 . Addition Wesley. “Computer Networks”. 2.Tech. Andrew S. 1983.transform – one-sided Z-transform – Chirp Z-transform. “Local Area Networks”.Protocols. priority queuing capacity assignment for terminal networks and distributed networks. of DFT – FFT. Schwartz. “Data and Computer Communication”. 3. M. Electronic mail-Virtual terminalsOther applications. Frequency analysis of signals and systems – Frequency domain characteristics of LTI systems. 1988. Keiser. Getd E. Stallings. (10 Hrs) UNIT III http://ece. 2. “Computer Communications”.Curriculum & Syllabi ( B. “Telecommunication Networks. concentration and buffering for finite and infinite buffers and block storage.File transfer access and management. Bertsekas and R. References: 1. 2nd Edition New York. W.pec. Prentice Hall of India. 4. McGraw Hill. Prentice Hall of India. UNIT V Presentation Layer and Application Layer: Design issues-Abstract syntax notationData compression techniques-Cryptography-Remote procedure call.

Frequency sampling design – comparisons of FIR & IIR filters – Design of filters based on Least square method .Curriculum & Syllabi ( B. “Digital Signal Processing: Principles.Tech. Oppenheim and J. Mithra.Proakias. 2. (10 Hrs) UNIT IV Multirate Digital Signal Processing: Introduction –Decimation by factor –interpolation by a factor – sampling rate conversion –Application of multirate signal processing. Schafer. Lina. PHI. “Digital Signal Processing”. 2. New Delhi. A. (8 Hrs) UNIT V Quantization Errors and Round Off Noise: Software implementation of Discrete time systems – state space analysis and structures – Quantization errors – Round off errors – calculation of round off noise in digital filters. PHI. “Advanced topics in Signal Processing”.computer aided design of Digital filters. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ IIR and FIR Filter Design: Introduction. John G. Design of IIR Digital filter from analog filter – Impulse variance – Bilinear transformation –Design of Linear phase FIR filters using different types of windows . N. http://ece. References: 1. S. G. Algorithms and Applications”.pec. S. Oppenheim and R. A. Tata McGraw Hill. “Digital Signal Processing: A computer based Approach”. 79/118 . V. (10 Hrs) Text Books: 1. V. New Delhi. PHI Pvt Ltd.K.

design of hybrids. John wiley & sons. John Wiley & sons. Design of stripline and microstrip transmission lines. power FETs. types of hybrids and couplers. I. Hybrids and couplers: Basics of hybrids and couplers. mask layouts and mask fabrication. rectangular microstrip resonator. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ UEC E703 MICROWAVE INTEGRATED CIRCUIT DESIGN UNIT I Transmission Lines: Characteristics of conventional transmission structures. UNIT II Microwaves Integrated Circuits Components: Lumped elements for MIC: Design of lumped elements. UNIT III Active and Passive Microwave Devices: Microwave transistor. amplifier characterization. Mimics.Bahl and P. Review of scattering.Basic operation principles of FET.Pavio and U.Vendelin.pec.Rohde. equivalent circuit . Losses of microstrip lines and frequency effects. quality factor. varactor diodes. “Microwave solid state circuit design”. concept of negative resistance.D. Text Books: considerations. Hybrid versus Mimics. and linear amplifier design. ABCD. 1988.M. step recovery diodes and pin diodes. biasing networks. “Microwave circuits design using linear and Non-linear techniques” . design of inductors. Design of coupled striplines and microstrip lines. G. equivalent circuit and figure of merit of schottky barrier junctions. 1990. A.J. resonant frequency. impedance and admittance matrices for two port networks. hybrid MIC. Stripline and microstrip discontinuity. materials. Resonators: resonator parameters. References: 1. http://ece. UNIT V Microwave Integrated Circuits: Introduction.L. capacitors and resistors. oscillation and stability conditions. MESFET model. design of fixed frequency oscillators Amplifiers: Two port representation of transistor. UNIT IV Microwave Semiconductor Sources and Amplifiers: Oscillators: Introduction. design procedures and MMIC fabrication. stability 80/118 . various planar transmission lines for MICs. directional couplers using aperture coupled lines. Introduction. three port S-parameter characterization of transistors.Curriculum & Syllabi ( B. on-linear behavior. comparison of various MIC transmission media.

Prentice Hall.Tech.Curriculum & Syllabi ( B.Y. “Microwave Integrated circuits”. http://ece. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ 2. 1987. 1985. 3. S. 81/118 . “Microwave circuit analysis and amplifier design”. Artech house.pec. Jeffrey Frey & Kul Bhasin.

Cosine. Sub sampling. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ UEC E704 DIGITAL IMAGE PROCESSING UNIT I Introduction: Image representation. (10 Hrs) UNIT IV Image restoration: Image observation models. Bit-Plane coding-Predictive coding – feedback and feed forward prediction. Hotelling Transform.C. “Digital Image Processing”. Aliasing.Jain. Bayesian methods. Anil K. spatial low pass. “Digital Image processing and analysis”. concepts of generalized spectrms and homomorphic filtering. R. some properties of the Two-dimensional FT. PHI. coarse quantization and frame repetition – Pixel coding – PCM. Transform coding of images. John Wiley. Haar. Addison Wesley. References: 1. (8 Hrs) UNIT II Image transforms: Introduction to the Fourier transform. linearity and space – variance. Chanda & Majumder. high pass and Band pass filtering. Hadamard. (10 Hrs) UNIT V Image compression: Need for compression of image data. Image Quantization.SVD and Iterative restoration . Pointspread function and 2-D convolution. Karhunern-Heove. Pratt. FFT. http://ece. Zonal and threshold coding –Adaptive transform coding – Hybrid 82/118 . Restoration in spatial domain .Tech. ( 8 Hrs) Text Books: 1. Discrete Fourier transform.Constrained Least –Square restoration .Curriculum & Syllabi ( B. Discrete Images: A simple Image Model. Image crispening. Practical limitations in sampling and reconstruction. entropy coding-Run length coding. 2D systems. “Digital Image Processing”. 2. Filtering – using Image Transforms . FIR wiener filters. Gonzalez. Slant . 2. Sampling.pec. “Fundamentals of Digital Image Processing”. Image reconstruction. equalization and modification. inverse and wiener filtering. Image smoothing – Neighbourhood averaging and median filtering. (10 Hrs) UNIT III Image Enhancement: Histogram modeling.

Gillem.R.Tech.K.K.C. R. Simon. 1986. R.K. 1985. UNIT V Application: Code division multiple access – Satellite communication – Anti jam military communication – Low probability of intercept communication – Mobile communication. G.pec. UNIT IV Synchronization of SS Receivers: Acquisition and tracking in DS SS – FH SS receivers – Sequential estimation – Matched filter techniques of acquisition and tracing –Delay locked loop – Tau-Dither loop.Pulse jammer – Partial band jammer – Multitone jammer – Coded DS/BPSK system. II & IV. 3. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ UEC E705 SPREAD SPECTRUM COMMUNICATION UNIT I Introduction: Origins of SS communications – Advantages of Spectrum spreading – Types of techniques used for spread spectrum – Processing gain and other fundamental parameters – Jamming methods – Linear Feedback shift register sequence generation – M-sequence and their statistical properties – Correlation properties – Non-linear sequences – Gold codes –Kasami sequences. McGraw Hill. J.Curriculum & Syllabi ( B. 83/118 .Mc. References: 1. computer science press. http://ece. CD. USA. M.Cooperand. Vol-I.Levitt. UNIT II Spread Spectrum Techniques: Coherent direct sequence systems – Model of a DS/BPSK system – Uncoded bit error probability for arbitrary jammer waveforms – Cheruoff bound – Performance under constant power broadband noise jammer . John Wiley. “Spread spectrum systems”. Dixon. 2. “Modern communications and spread spectrum”.Omura. “Spread spectrum communication”. UNIT III Frequency Hopping SS System: Non-coherent FH system model – coherent FH systems – Frequency synthesis –Performance of FH/QPSK and FH/DPSK systems in partial band jamming – Time hopping SS technique. Schiltz and B.A.

Curriculum & Syllabi ( B. type and other declarations. entities and architectures. hierarchy procedures and assignments.Tech.2001. 2. Actel ACT1. Verilog And VHDL: Verilog: Basics of Verilog. VHDL and logic 84/118 . “Basic VLSI design”. http://ece. UNIT III VLSI Logic Circuits. UNIT II MOS and Bi CMOS Circuit Design Process and Scaling: MOS layers – stick diagrams – design rules and layout – inverter delays – propagation delays – wiring capacitances – choice of layers – scaling models and scaling factors for device parameters – limitations of scaling. n well and twin tub process – comparison between CMOS and Bipolar technology – Electrical parameters – pull up to pull down ratio – Device modeling. sequential statements. Sebastian Smith. CMOS and Bi CMOS fabrication. Text Book: 1. “Application Specific Integrated circuits”. operators. Second Edition PHI. operators. VHDL: Syntax and semantics.p well. Verilog and logic synthesis. control statements. ACT2 and ACT3 – Xilinx LCA. Ultra FLEX and Ultra MAX. UNIT V An Introduction to HDL. timing controls and delays. David Pucknel. programmable logic cells. Pearson Education 2001. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ UEC E706 VLSI DESIGN UNIT I VLSI Circuits and Basic Electrical Properties of MOS and Bi CMOS Circuits: NMOS. tasks and functions.pec. packages and libraries interface. UNIT IV Ultra Fast VLSI Circuits And Programmable ASIC’s: Ultra fast systems – GaAs crystal structure – GaAs fabrication – device modeling and performance estimation (only GaAs) Antifuse and SRAM Practical issues – FPGA economics. arithmetic operators. identifiers and literals. CMOS and Bi CMOS – parity generator – multiplexers – code converters – PLA – clocked sequential circuits – 4 bit adder – multiplexers – design of ALU – memories – registers. Design Process And Layouts: Pass transistor and Transmission gates – inverter – NAND gates and NOR gates for n MOS.

comparison of multiple access scheme.optical beam acquisition. primary power. “Intoduction to NMOS and CMOS VLSI system design”.1986.frame and burst structure.propagation characteristics and frequency consideration.optical communication for satellite networks.orbital mechanics.Tech.satellite uplink and down link analysis and design. UEC E801 SATELLITE COMMUNICATION SYSTEM UNIT I Introduction to Satellite Communication: Satellite orbit. “VLSI design”. 3.launching procedures and launch vehicles UNIT II Satellite Link Design: Basic transmission theory. fixed satellite services. mobile satellite 85/118 . antenna systems UNIT IV Laser Satellite Communication: Inter satellite links. gateways.VSAT.Kamroon Eshragian. global positioning satellite system maritime satellite services.Curriculum & Syllabi ( B. receiver and transmitter.satellite constellation. 4.sun transit outage.PHI. broad cast satellite services. References: http://ece. role of satellite in future network. Navabi. 5.DS & FH CDMA system. inter modulation and interference .laser cross link analysis.terrestrial interface.TDMA station technology. Fabious E. Carver Meact Lynn Conway. 2.”VHDL analysis and modeling of digital systems”.limits of visibility.system noise.pec. Addison Wesley-1980. telemetry.look angle budget and Eb / No calculation. tracking and command.SPADE system.performance impairments . Sze. “Introduction to VLSI design”. “Introduction to VLSI systems”. “Principles of CMOS VLSI design”.CDMA concept.Addison craft technologystructural. References: 1.sub satellite point. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ 3.equation of orbit-orbital elements. attitude and orbit control.Mc Graw Hill 1990.system reliability and design life time UNIT III Satellite Access: Types. communication and antenna subsystems. tracking and pointing UNIT V Satellite Services: Packet satellite networks and services. thermal.satellite switch TDMA. Neil Weste E.Mc Graw Hill 1993.eclipse. Amar Mukherjee. ATM over satellite. propulsion.FDMA concepts.inter modulation and back off.

John wiley and sons 1988 M. “Satellite communication”. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ 1. 2. 86/118 . “Satellite communication”. Richharia. T. 3. “Satellite communication system design and analysis”. 2001 Pritchend and sciulli.pec. PHI 1986 Robert M. “Satellite communication systems engineering”. “Digital satellite communication system”. 1996 http://ece. Mc Graw hill Pratt and Bostian. Gagliendi.Curriculum & Syllabi ( B. 5. Ha. 4. Mc Millian publishers.Tech. John wiley and sons.

International roaming for GSM . ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ UEC E802 CELLULAR MOBILE COMMUNICATION UNIT I Introduction: Advanced Mobile Phone service .pec. Administration and maintenance .Tech.EIA/T IA IS-136 Digital cellular system . Text Book: 1.Bluetooth technology. 2001 http://ece. UNIT V Special Topics: Third generation mobile services . WAP UAProf and caching .Curriculum & Syllabi ( B.Mobile number Mobile number portability’s.PACS Network Signaling .Handoff detection . John wiley 2001 References: 1. UNIT IV Wire Application Protocol: WAP model .Wireless bearer for WAP .Roaming management .edu 87/118 .Global system for mobile communication . Rappaport. “Wireless and Mobile Network Architecture”.cellular digital packet data UNIT III GSM: GSM Network signaling .Mobile station application execution environment.WAP Protocol.Radio link transfer IS-41 Network signaling . “Wireless and Mobile Communication”. Yi-Bing Lin & Imrich chlantae. Kauch Pahlavan. “Principles of Wireless Networks”.Third generation wireless system UNIT II Mobility Management: Handoff . Pearson Education pub.GSM Mobility management GSM short message service .cordless telephony and low tier TCS . Pearson Assignment techniques .Wireless local loop . Prahant Krishna moorthy.WAP developer tool kits . VOIP service for mobile networks.GSM operation.Wireless enterprise networks .Intersystem handoff and Authentication .EIA/T IA IS-95 Digital cellular system .WAP Gateway . 2001 2. 88/118 . Switching and OICs: Electro-Optic modulators – optical switching and logic devices – need for integration . 2. 1991. structures types and properties – Photodetectors – PIN – APD. R. http://ece.alloy semiconductors – lattice – mismatched and pseudomorphic materials – transmission media and choice of materials.Curriculum & Syllabi ( B.applications of OICs – materials and processing for OICs – integrated transmitters and receivers – guided wave devices. PHI. Springer series in Optical Sciences. “Integrated Optics – Theory and Technology”. UNIT V Modulation. UNIT III Sources and Detectors: LED. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ UEC E803 OPTO-ELECTRONICS UNIT I Elemental and Compound Semiconductors: Introduction – bonding in solids – crystalline nature of solids .detectors for long wavelength operation – wavelength selective detection – Coherent detection – Multicavity photodiodes – solar cells – basic principles – Materials and design considerations. 3rd edition.G. “Semiconductor Opto-Electronic Devices”. 1995. Lasers with respect to principle. References: 1. UNIT IV Special Detection Schemes and Solar Cells: Phototransistor – Modulated barrier photodiode – Schotky barrier – MSM photodiode . Pallab Bhattacharya. UNIT II Optical Processing in semiconductors: Electron-hole pair formation and recombination – absorption in semiconductors – radiation in semiconductors.

PHI. Singapore. New Delhi. “Data and Network Communications”. 2001.3. 802. 2. Delmar Thomson Learning. UNIT III Network Architecture and Protocols : Networks by size – IEEE 802. Worms. “Understanding Data Communication networks”.edu 89/118 . References: 1.4.Curriculum & Syllabi ( B. 2.11 Wireless LANs using CSMA/CD – Cellular Digital Packet Network – Satellite Networking. Frame Relay – Cellular Mobile Telephone service – Personal Communication Systems – IEEE 802. Miller. First edition.Tech.25 packet switched protocols – IEEE 802. 802. Forouzan.6 MAN – X. 2001. Text Books: 1. New Delhi. Shay. Second edition. “Data and Computer Communication”. First edition.5 – Network Interface cards – Interconnecting LANs – IEEE 802. UNIT IV The Internet and TCP/IP: Introduction – Internet history – Use of the Internet – Accessing the Internet – Internet Addresses – Intranets and Extranets – TCP/IP technology behind Internet. and Hackers – Infecting files – Memory resident viruses – Virus evolution – Virus sources – The Internet Worm. Fifth edition. Books/Cole Thomson learning. William Stallings. 2001. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ UEC E804 DATA COMMUNICATIONS AND NETWORKING UNIT I Introduction to Data and Network Communications: Introduction – Data communication system – Data communication links – Character codes – Digital data rates – Serial data formats – Encoded data formats – Networks – Protocols and standards – Standards organization – Transmission modes – Categories of networks. http://ece. Computer Hackers – Firewalls – IPv4 and IPv6 Security. William A.pec. 2002. Behrouz A. Tata McGraw Hill.9 IVDS – ATM. UNIT II Digital Data: Interfaces and Modems: Digital data transmission – DTE – DCE Interface – Other interface standards – MODEMS – 56k Modems – Cable modem – Unguided media – Radio frequency allocation – Cellular Telephony – Transmission impairments – Performance. “Data Communication and Networking”. Singapore. UNIT V Data Security and Integrity: Parity checking – CRC – Hamming Codes – Public Key encryption – RSA Algorithm – Digital signatures – Viruses.

Text Book: 1. Witten. “Speech Synthesis and Perception”. Sahafer. Flangman. statistical pattern classification. music production.Rabiner and K. UNIT – IV Automatic Speech recognition: Feature extraction for ASR. B. 1972. J. wave basics. UNIT – V Speech Coding: Formulation of linear prediction problem in time domain. statistical model training. John Wiley. L. “Digital Speech”. Academic Press 1982.Curriculum & Syllabi ( B. the cepstrum as a spectral analyzer. UNIT III Speech features: The auditory system as filter bank.Gold and N. vo-coders. http://ece. 1978.pec. linear prediction. statistical sequence recognition. Morgan.Tech.R. 3. A. acoustic tube modeling of speech production. Second edition. Kondoz. human speech recognition. “Principles of Computer Speech”. deterministic sequence recognition for 90/118 . 4. speech recognition and Understanding. “Digital Processing of Speech Signals”. solution of normal equations.W. speech perception. linguistic categories for speech recognition. Berlin. References: 1. room acoustics. psychoacoustics. Prentice Hall. models of pitch perception. M. discriminant acoustic probability estimation. I. interpretation of linear prediction in autocorrelation and spectral domains. L. John Wiley. “Speech and Audio Signal Processing”. UNIT II Auditory perception: Ear physiology. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ UEC E805 SPEECH PROCESSING UNIT I Speech Recognition Overview: Pattern classification. 2. H.

Component selection.Gion. Biological effects of EMI – Case study.W.Designing for reliability evaluation – Maintainability and availability. quality assurance. UNIT V Quality assurance: Quality management. System modeling . Supply line noise.Tech. EMI/EMC consideration in PCB design. UNIT IV Reliability: Introduction to reliability.Fox. Reflections. shielding at high frequencies. total quality management. “Quality Assurance Management”. Reliability remodeling and analysis. Cross-talk. J. Conductive 91/118 .N. ISO 9000 standard. Reliability Mathematics and concepts. IISc Bangalore 1997. 2. CEDT. John Wiley and Sons 1976.Ott. H. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ UEC E806 EMI. grounding and shielding of field power supply. “Practical Electronic Reliability Engineering”.Curriculum & Syllabi ( B. Common independence coupling. New York 1992. Case study: contents of a quality manual of an industry/Institution.K. “Learning material on reliability of Electronic equipment”. L. 3. 4. Sources of EMI. methods of eliminating interference. http://ece. M. UNIT III EMI/EMC standards and Measurements . 5.Umanand and B. specification and control.K.pec. shield factor. “Electromagnetic Interference”. “Noise Reduction Techniques in Electronic Systems”. Coupling by common related EMI fields.Noise problems in digital ICs. References: 1. RELIABILITY AND QUALITY ASSURANCE UNIT I Introduction: Problems of EMI need for EMI. Doe white publications vol 1 to 7.Rao.J. Electromagnetic disturbance. UNIT II Shielding: Shielding against capacitance coupling and magnetic coupling. Hall publications. Environmental considerations. signal and Multi unit ground systems. Grounding: Safety grounds.

library card catalogues: establishing web services intranet. http://ece. ATM cell and its structure.signaling connection control part.teletex message handling system. graphics and binary files via news groups: compression software: processing files. ATM operation and maintenance. UNIT II ISDN Data Link Layer: Hap D.pec.ATM functions and layers. data and interface. ATM reference configuration. email news groups. Frame relay connection control.sound and images: animation. ISDN network layer: ISDN call control. OAM function and signaling.service capabilitiesTeleservice protocol architecture. signaling. browsing in WWW. Signaling system number Z: SS7 architecture. CT2 and PACS – GPRS – CDMA 1x. gopher. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ UEC E807 SPECIAL TOPICS IN COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING UNIT I ISDN Overview: A conceptual view of ISDN. ATM solution. ATM traffic control.creating web home page. Archie. network level.Tech.Curriculum & Syllabi ( B. ATM transmission convergence sub layer . UNIT IV Internet Concepts: The net and its features main Internet features. CDMA 2000 and WCDMA.ISDN standards.facsimile.ISDN user part. Internet resources. communication software Internet finding tools. Control modems: speed/ time continuum. frame mode bearer service and protocol. audio.ISDN connection. telnet. basic user network interfaceprimary user role.ATM switching principles.BISDN protocol reference model. UNIT III ATM Network Concepts and Architecture: ATM’s position in the OSI model. ATM signaling principals. CDMA 3x.user network interface configurationISDN protocol architecture.ATM physical layer media. UNIT V Mobile Communication Systems: GSM – IS95 – Network aspects – Radio aspects – Security aspects – Low speed circuit switched data in digital cellular networks – High speed circuit switched data in GSM – Packet switched data in digital cellular networks – Data services over 92/118 . transmission structure.internet working. ATM networking capabilities .terminal adaptation. ISDN interfaces and link level-link level. ATM protocol stack: lower layers fiber based networks and its advantages. ATM performances: merging voice. gopher commands: TCP/IP pictures. bearer channel link control using 465/ v 120.addressing. ISDN physical layer: line coding techniques.ATM networking asynchronous technology problems address by ATM.

M. 5. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ References: 1. McGraw Hill. “Mobile and Personal communication system and services”. “Internet 101 Computing”. Y. McGraw Hill 1996. R. Winch “Telecommunication transmission systems”.pec. McGraw Hill 1994. 2. http://ece.Glosshrenner. “ISDN and B. “Cryptography and secure communications”. 4. A. 93/118 . Rhee. 3.Curriculum & Syllabi ( B. W. IEEE Press.G. 1995. Stallings.Tech. Raj Pandya.ISDN” Macmillan.

M. UNIT –V Photo elastic coatings Moire fringe and brittle lacquer techniques Introduction to stress freezing techniques Test Books 1.Curriculum & Syllabi ( B. UNIT –III Model analysis – direct and indirect models – law of structural similitude – choice of scales – model materials – limitations of model studies – Buckingham Pi theorem design of direct and indirect models – begg’s deformeter and its application UNIT –IV Two dimensional photo.Tech.1988 2. “Experimental stress Analysis”. 1984 3.S Srinath “Experimental stress Analysis” Tata McGrand Hill. Dr. Sadhu Singh.rosettes – analysis of stress and strain using rosettes – circuiting – equipment for recording static and dynamic strains load .1982 Reference James W Dalley and William F Riley “ Experimental Stress Analysis” Tata McGrand Hill. 94/118 .elasticity . Experimental stress Analysis. S. http://ece. pressure and displacement transducers.Khanna publishers. UNIT –II Electrical resistance strain gauges – gauge characteristic and types – selection of gauges – gauge factor – gauge materials – transverse sensitivity .EXPERIMENT STRESS ANALYSIS (Offered by Civil Engineering) Unit –I Experimental stress analysis – its scope and importance characteristics of ideal strain gauge – Mechanical.optical principles stress optical law – methods of producing isoclinics and isochromatics – methods measuring fractional fringe orders model materials – methods for separating principle stresses.P Chandola. New Delhi .pec. L. Khanna Publishers .optical – acoustical – inductance – capacitance strain gauges. Vazirani. 1965. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ LIST OF INTERDEPARTMENTAL ELECTIVES ( UID 5005 & UID 6005 ) UID : 011 .

Accessory external database-working with table data.2002 http://ece. UNIT –III Using blocks and external reference – management content with auto cad design centre – creating a layout to plot – plotting drawings batch plotting – using scripts files – working three – dimensional space – interactive veering in 3D – creating three – dimensional object UNIT –IV Rendering and imaging – using 3D 95/118 . Introduction to AutoCAD 2002 by A.Curriculum & Syllabi ( B. 3D Modelling in AutoCad by John EL Wilson Arnie Willians . ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ UID 012 . Introduction to AutoCAD 2002 by J.modifying AutoCAD environment – viewing and updating drawing properties – modifying tool bars UNIT –II Using commands and systems variables – creating objects – Hatching drawing with previsions – controlling the drawing display – Editing method . Yarwood Reference 1.using layers and object properties – auditing text to drawing – creating dimensions .Tech.creating labels – accessing the internet visual Lisp and auto Lisp – VBA and active X automation Text Books 1. Introduction to AutoCAD 2002 by George Omura 3.accessing raster image using internet.T Roberts 2.modifying images and image boundaries UNIT –V Creating compound documents with OLD – linking and embedding information –using information from other application in AutoCAD. Working with raster image –managing raster images.setting drawing units.drawing 3D models creating hidden –line images – using render with related applications.COMPUTER AIDED PLANNING AND DRAFTING (Offered by Civil Engineering) UNIT –I Introduction .Creating New drawing – Opening existing drawings – working with tool bars – using short cut menus – pointing devices.pec.

Digital Representations – Boolean algebra – Design of logic Network – Flip flops – Application of flip flops – Special purpose Digital integrated circuits.. An Mechatronics”. Mechatronics. Prentice Hall. David G. Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Company Understanding Electro – Mechanical Engineering.B. Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC) – basic structure – input / output processing – programming – Mnemonics Timers – relays and counters – data handling – selection of PLC. Hill InternationalEditio. Introduction to design of Mechatronic systems . (9 hours) Unit – III : Microprocessor and Data Acquisition Microprocessors and micro Computers – Micro Controllers – Numeric key board – LCD Display – Method to Design a Micro controller based system. HMT Ltd. (9 hours) Unit – IV : Sensors and PLC Performance Terminology – Semi conductor Sensors and micro electro mechanical Devices Actuators – Hydraulics Actuators – pneumatic Actuators.. (9 hours) Text Books : 1.Kamm Introduction to - Introduction of Mechatronics and Measurement Systems.Magnetic Bearings etc.pec. 1999. http://ece. Case studies of Mechatronic system. Lawrence J. 2000.Curriculum & Syllabi ( B. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ UID 021 – MECHATRONICS (Offered by Mechanical Engineering) Unit – I : Introduction Introduction to Mechatronics – Mechatronics in Products – Mechatronics in Engineering Design – Measurement Systems – Electronics for Mechanical – Mechanical System for Electronics. 3. Data acquisition – quantizing theory – Analog to Digital conversion – Digital to Analog conversion.Robotics . System Response – Dynamic Characteristics of Systems – zero order .Tech.Alciatore and McGraw Mecheal. 1998.First order – Second order – System Modeling and analogies.Coin counter . (9 hours) Unit – II : Amplifying and Digital Circuits Amplifier – Operational amplifier – Instrumentation amplifier – 96/118 .Histand 2. (9 hours) Unit – V : Control Architecture and Mechatronic Systems Control architecture – Analog – Digital – Micro Controller – Single Board Computer – personal Computer designing.

Patrick. 1998. objectives and functions of quality circles – Benefits of the organization – Training of quality Circle members – Implementation. 1993.M. TQM for Engineering. John Bank : of India. tool room. audits and reviews – case studies. (9 hours) Unit – II Tools and Techniques – The seven management tools =. 1994.pec. (9 hours) TEXT / REFERENCE BOOKS 1. : Total Quality Management Tata Mc Graw Hill.Curriculum & Syllabi ( B. The Essence of Total Quality Management.J.TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT (Offered by Mechanical Engineering) Unit – I Introduction to TWM – Strategies concepts and objectives – Total quality model – TQM as applied to Indian Industries – Quality circle concepts – concepts. Quality Resources. http://ece. ASQC quality press.Sweeney(editor) : 97/118 . production shop – processing industries. (9 hours) Unit – IV Quality based product and process Design – Design for reliability – Design for maintainability – Quality Function Deployment (QFD) – QFD and Quality Assurance – QFD Principles.Sundara Raja : 2. 4. Wisconsin. Concepts and applications – case studies.Technique for analyzing a quality process – Statistical process Control – Introduction to S-S concepts (9 hours) Unit – III Cost of quality – Taquchi’s quality loss function – House keeping concepts for industries. S. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ UID 022 . Newyork.Tech. Quality Function Deployment. Prentice Hall 1998. (9 hours) Unit – V KAIZEN Concepts – Kaizen by TQC – POKA YOKE ISO 9000 certification system – 9001 to 9004 systems – procedures. James I Bossert.

edu 98/118 .Tech. Pearson Education. Wayne Tomasi. AM transmitters – Block diagram – functions of each block – high level transmitters. “Principles of Communication Systems”. Receiver – different types – super-heterodyne receivers – Block diagram – Choice of IF and Oscillator frequencies – Tracking – alignment – AVC. G.pec. References: 1. 1984. 1985. McGraw Hill. “Electronic Communications Systems – Fundamentals Through advanced”. UNIT – V Broadband communication system (Block Diagram Approach) – Telegraph system – Tele printer and Facsimile system – Telephone system – crossbar and electronic exchanges – Television system – microwave communication and optical communication systems – Principle of satellite communication – computer communication – Electronic Mail. UNIT – IV Pulse modulation systems – Sampling theorem – Pulse amplitude modulation – Channel bandwidth for PAM – detection of PAM signals –Pulse time modulation – generation of PDM and PPM – conversion of PDM and PPM – conversion of PDM to PPM – detection of PTM signals – Pulse code modulation – quantization – PCM systems – Encoder – decoder – Time division multiplexing – Frequency division multiplexing. UNIT – II Angle modulation – principle of Frequency and Phase modulation – Relation between FM and PM waves – Bandwidth of FM – Narrow band wide band FM – Generation of FM wave – Direct and Indirect methods – FM transmitters – Block diagram – functions of each block. Text Books: 1. http://ece. McGraw Hill. UNIT – III Detection and Receivers – Detection – Diode detectors – Synchronous detection – FM detectors – slope detectors – Phase discriminators – Ratio detectors. McGraw Hill. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ UID 031 . “Communication Systems”. Taub and Schilling. 4th Edition. 1989.Curriculum & Syllabi ( B. 2. 2001. AFC – Receiver characteristics. 2. Bruce Carlson. “Electronic Communication Systems”.COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING (Offered by Electronics & Communication Engineering) UNIT – I Modulation – Need for modulation – Amplitude modulation – frequency spectrum – Power relation – different types of modulators – SSB and VSB generation. Kennedy.

bridges. file transfer.25 protocol. UNIT II Wide Area Networks: ISO-OSI layered architecture – Function of the layers – Data link protocols – HDLC. 99/118 .Tech. 1988. Andrew. UNIT V OSI Layers: Transport layer issues – Session layer – Synchronization – Presentation layer – Encryption. “Computer Communication Networks”.pec. “Computer Networks”. 2. Godbole. References: 1. Stallings. virtual terminal – E-mail. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ UID 032 . Text Book: Achyut S. ATM networks – Architecture switching. W. UNIT III Frame Relay and ATM Networks: Frame relay operation – Layers and traffic control. S. congestion control. PHI. 2004. Mc Millan. Inter networking devices – Repeaters. New York. Layers service classes. link state routing. Tanenbaum. decryption. “Data and Computer Communication”. http://ece. routers. LAPB. routing algorithms – Distance vector routing.Curriculum & Syllabi ( B. Application layer – Message handling system. LAPD. 1956.COMPUTER NETWORKS (Offered by Electronics & Communication Engineering) UNIT I Data Communication Concepts: Transmission media – Data encoding – Interface and modems – Multiplexing – Error detection and correction – Digital subscriber line – Circuit switching – Packet switching – Message switching. ATM LAN – IEEE 802 Medium access control layer standard – Random access protocols – ALOHA – Slotted ALOHA. Atul Kahate. Tata McGraw Hill. New Delhi. Second Edition. UNIT IV Local Area Networks: LAN topology – Ethernet – Token bus – Token ring – FDDI – Wireless LAN.

“Oracle 8: PL/SQL Programming” – Scott Urman.RELATIONAL DATABASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS (Offered by Computer Science & Engineering) UNIT I Introduction to Database Systems-applications-Comparison with file systems-Data models-View of data-database languages-database users and administrators -Transaction management system structure-application architecture-constraints-keys-Design issues. TEXT BOOKS 100/118 . Case Studies: Material Management-Library Information System.2002. http://ece. McGraw Hill-Fourth Edition.pec. 3NF-Introduction to Query languages. Oracle Press.Curriculum & Syllabi ( B. UNIT III Introduction to Oracle-Introduction to PL/SQL: Why PLSQL-Features of PL/SQLPL/SQL Block-lexical units-variable declaration-PL/SQL types-PL/SQL Control Structures-PL/SQL records and tables-SQL statement-DML-pseudo columns –grant and revoke privileges -transaction control. UNIT V Introduction to Microsoft SQL Server-MY SQL-MS ACCESS. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ UID 041 . Built in SQL functions: character functions. subprogram locations and dependencies-privileges-packages-Triggers-error handling. 2NF. numeric-date-conversions-group and other functions. ”Database System Concepts” – Silberschatz And Korth. 1999.Tech. UNIT IV Cursors: Introduction-fetch loops-variables-subprograms : creating procedures and functions. UNIT II Entity_Relationship Diagrams-Relational model-structure of relational database: basic structure-Schema-Fundamentals of Normalization-1NF. Tata McGraw Hill. 2.

UNIT III DATA OBJECTS: Open Data Base Connectivity (ODBC)-Active Data Objects (ADO)Data Access Objects (DAO).0’. Built-in: functions-procedures. Tata McGraw Hill. Features of Object Oriented Programming: Abstraction-Encapsulation-Inheritance-Classes-Derived classes-Virtual functions-Streams. http://ece. 2. Pappas.OLE based Automation-Class-Modules-DLL.Tech.VISUAL PROGRAMMING (Offered by Computer Science & Engineering) UNIT I INTRODUCTION: Operating System fundamentals: DOS-WINDOWS.pec. User-defined: functions-procedures-properties. ‘Visual Basic 6. 1998. W.Active X Data Objects and Data Connection (ADODC)Data environment-Data report-ADODC based controls. TEXT BOOKS: 1.Gary Cornell. UNIT V VC++ INTRODUCTION: Windows console application-AppWizard-MFC introduction-Windows MFC application. Tata McGraw Hill. Murray. UNIT IV APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT AND AUTOMATION: MDI-Menu-ToolbarActive X-Mouse 101/118 . UNIT II VB INTRODUCTION: Datatypes and Variables-Keywords-Statements-Controls and forms: types-properties-events-methods. III ‘Visual C++: The Complete Reference’.C.H. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ UID 042 .Curriculum & Syllabi ( B. 1999.

types and definitions. Structure and parameters of a Fuzzy system. learning rule. instrumentation and control. constraint handling in GA Evolution strategies general programming – computer assignment. mechanical and civil engineering. Fuzzy membership function. Membership value assignments – Rule based systems.Curriculum & Syllabi ( B. Ross ‘Fuzzy logic with Engineer application’ McGraw Hill.Deruth. Martin T. Mark Beale ‘Neural Network Design’ Thompson Learning 1996 3. John Wiley and sons 2002 http://ece. fitness scaling. Hagam Howard B.A Multi parameter mapped fixed point coding – computer assignments. 2. Genetic operation – crossover. TEXT BOOKS 1. GA and EP in computer science. communication. Gold Berg ‘Genetic Algorithm’ Pearson Education 2002.Tech. Timothy J. UNIT-V Applications to various branches of Engineering and science. Limitations of multiplayer perception. David E. UNIT-II Neural Networks: Biological inspiration – Neuron model and Network architectures perception – architecture. Inversion.Application of fuzzy. Multi objective optimization using Evolutionary Algorithm – by Kalyanmoy Deb. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ UID 051 . UNIT-III Genetic Algorithm: Goals of optimization – Introduction to GA – terminologies.Back propagation algorithm – learning rule – computer assignments. 102/118 . Real parameter GA. Fuzzy relations – Equivalence and tolerance relations. electrical.pec. UNIT-IV Evolutionary programming: Single and multi objective optimization-general algorithm-Binary GA.INTRODUCTION TO SOFT COMPUTING (Offered by Electrical & Electronics Engineering) UNIT-I Fuzzy systems: Crisp sets – Fuzzy sets – Operation and properties. mutation. Type of fuzzy inference. Simple GAData structure.

pec. Industrial Electronics. Petruzella. Robert D Chute. Frank D. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ UID 052 . McGraw Hill International Editions. 1996 2. Electronics in Industry. G. George M. Khanna Publishers. McGraw Hill International Editions http://ece.Curriculum & Syllabi ( 103/118 . Mithal.theory – merits – applications – high frequency power source for induction heating Dielectric heating – theory – electrodes used in dielectric heating – method of coupling of electrodes to RF generator – thermal losses in dielectric heating UNIT – IV: INDUSTRIAL TIMING CIRCUITS Constituents of industrial timing circuits – timers – classification of timers – thermal timers – electromechanical timers – electronic timers – classification of electronic timers – digital timing element – digital counters – SCR delay timer – IC electronic timer UNIT – V: PROGRAMMABLE LOGIC CONTROLLERS Number system and codes – basics of PLC programming – timer and counter instructions – data manipulation instructions – shaft register and sequence instructions TEXT BOOKS 1. Delhi.K. Chute. Ravi Mithal. 1995 3.Tech.INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS (Offered by Electrical & Electronics Engineering) UNIT – I: THYRISTERS SCR – SCR behaviour and rating – phase control of SCR – turn-off of SCR – SCR with resistive load and inductive load – rectifiers with back emf load – TRIAC – TRIAC circuits – phase control of SCR UNIT – II: REGULATORS OF VOLTAGE AND MOTOR SPEED Voltage compensator – solid state DC voltage regulation – DC shunt motor – armature control and field control of motor speed – electronic control of DC motor – speed regulator action – full wave motor speed regulation by one SCR UNIT – III: INDUSTRIAL HEATING Induction heating – principles. Industrial Electronics.

Antibiotics. Biotechnology and Environment: Introduction. public perception of Biotechnology. UNIT V Biotechnology in Agricultural.g. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ UID 061 . Cambridge Press.Tech. and D. its organelles and their respective functions. Englewood Cliffs. Kargi. Biotechnology -an interdisciplinary pursuit. vaccines and monoclonal antibodies. and F. 5.ELEMENTS OF BIOTECHNOLOGY (Offered by Chemical Engineering) UNIT-I What is Biotechnology. Biotechnology and the developing world? Classification of micro-organisms. UNIT-II Enzyme Technology: Proteins. miscellaneous microbial derived food products. Elements of Biotechnology by P.K. landfill technologies. Bailey. The nature of enzymes.E. 3. Bioprocess Engineering. waste water and sewage treatment. Rastogi Publications. McGraw-Hill. Basic metabolism of cells. Text Books/ Reference Books: 1. Bioethics. Gupta. Kumar. M. Vikas Publishing House Pvt. Shuler.: biopolymers. genetic engineering. Introduction to Bio-informatics.pec.L. 4. Protein Structure & Function. Technology of enzyme production. Biochemical Engineering Fundamentals. industrial genetics.Curriculum & Syllabi ( B. composting. sustainability. bioremediation. New York. plant biotechnology. protoplast and cell fusion technologies. bio-pesticides. http://ece. Ltd. diagnostics in 104/118 . Protein –Protein interactions. UNIT – IV Genetics And Biotechnology: Introduction. The cell. Pharmaceuticals and bio-pharmaceuticals. UNIT-III Biotechnology and Medicine: Introduction. Biotechnology by Smith. J. 1986. immobilized enzymes. application of enzymes. food and Beverage industries: Introduction. 1992. gene therapy. 2. potential lab biohazards of genetic engineering. microbes and the geological environment. Ollis.D. 2nd Ed. speciality fermentation products e. Microbial ecology / environmental biotechnology.F. RNA-Structure and function. NJ. Prentice-Hall. Modern Concepts of Biotechnology by H. DNA – Structure and function. food and beverage fermentation.

Indian pollution regulations.‘Industrial Air Pollution Engineering’.Mahajan. UNIT III Solid wastes.quantities and characterizations – industrial –hazardous waste. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ UID 062 .Graw Hill.‘Environmental Pollution Control Engineering’. 1975. Industrial exhaust – characterization and Methods of decreasing the pollutants content in exhaust gasses (qualitatively) UNIT V Noise pollution –sound level-measuring transient noise-acoustic environment-health effects of noise –noise control. 4th edition .Rao. 5. http://ece.colour and odor-PH.‘Solid Wastes’.Graw active wastesimple treatments and disposal techniques (qualitatively treatment). Martin Crawford. 1997. 3. pollution monitoring and analysis of pollutants.Tech. Mc. 4.heavy metals-treatments etc (qualitatively).Jeffrey peirce etl.INDUSTRIAL POLLUTION ABATEMENT (Offered by Chemical Enginering) UNIT I Man and environment.’Enivironmental pollution and control’ J. Butterworth-Heinemann. 1990. Mc.Curriculum & Syllabi ( B. John Wiley.‘Pollution control in Process Industries’.COD. Text books / Reference books: 1. New Age International Ltd. types of pollution. 1980. C.pec.S. Industrial waste water treatment (qualitatively) and recycle.‘Pollution Control Theory’.edu 105/118 .measurement of quality.Cavaseno.source of water pollution. 1992.. V. industrial pollution. 1976. S.Graw Hill.P. 2.BOD. UNIT IV Air pollution-types and sources of gaseous pollutants-particulate matter-hazardous air pollutantsglobal and atmospheric climatic change (Green house effect)-acid rain. UNIT II Water pollution. Tata Mc. 6. pollution controls aspects. Martell.

ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ UID 071 . Michal P. proportional. Petrezeulla.level. Van nostrand Reinhold Co.stability-self-regulation – servo and regulator operation. http://ece. New Delhi.Tech.pec. UNIT-IV PROGRAMMABLE LOGIC CONTROLLERS: Evolution of PLC’s – Sequential and programmable controllers – Programming of PLC – Relay logic – Ladder logic – Functional blocks connecting PLC to computer – Case study of bottle filling system. Chemical Process Control.. UNIT-V DISTRIBUTED CONTROL SYSTEMS: Evolution – Different architecture – local control unit – Operator interface – Displays – Engineering interface-DCS applications. UNIT-III COMPUTER CONTROL: Basic building blocks of computer control system – SCADA – Direct Digital Control – AI and expert control systems – Case studies on computer control for Industrial process.INDUSTRIAL CONTROL SYSTEMS (Offered by Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering) UNIT – I INTRODUCTION: Need for control – block diagram representation of a Control Systemmathematical modelling-transfer function and state space modelling-examples in mechanical. Distributed control 106/118 . 1990. Prentice Hall of India. Programmable Controllers. McGraw Hill. integral and derivative control modes – P+I.1986. 1989. G. P+D and P+I+D control modes – Tuning of controllers-Finite control elements-valves and actuators-characteristics of control valves – inherent and installed characteristics.Lucas. 2. 3. pressure and thermal processes –time response analysis of first order and second order processes. UNIT – II CONTROL ACTIONS AND CONTROLLERS: Basic control actions characteristics of onoff. electrical .Curriculum & Syllabi ( B. References: 1.. Stephanoupoulis.

Mechanical and Industrial Measurement. Diaphragm box. Measurement Systems . Precision. Standard deviation-Probability of errors-Gaussian Distribution.O. Sensitivity. E. Dhanpat Rai & sons.Types and characteristics thermometers-Thermistors-Thermocouples-Radiation UNIT-V Flow measurement: Differential Flow meters-Operating principle-Different types-OrificeRotameter-Mass flow meter-positive displacement meter-Electromagnetic and Ultrasonic Flow meters Level Measurements: Slight glass flow gauge.Probable error and limiting error Static characteristics of instruments – Accuracy.Bourdon Gauges -Diaphragm. humidity .K. Khanna Publishers. Displacement and speed Display 107/118 . A course in Electronic measurements and Instrumentation . Pirani gauge Temperature scales –resistance Pyrometer.Mean. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ UID 072 .1996 http://ece. Magnetostrictive transducers.Jain. D/p methods.generalised mathematical model of measurement systems-Dynamic characteristics. UNIT – IV Measurement of temperature and Pressure: Manometers .Sawhney. Eddy current transducers. Input impedance. resistance <capacitance and Ultrasonic level Gauging Measurement of PH. velocity. UNIT – III Transducers-Characteristics-Strain gauges-LVDT.Digital method of measuring frequency.pec.Moisture and Viscosity Textbooks: 1.CRO’s LED’S . Application and design. Linearity. Bellows-Vacuum Gauges. Loading effects. capacitive Transducers –Piezoelectric transducersphotoelectric Transducers-Thermo electric transducers. R. period. A.LCD’s. McGraw Hill.Tech.Mcloid Gauge-Knudsen Gauge.Bubbler tube.Curriculum & Syllabi ( B. AC and DC bridges.1990.K. Resolution. Displacer torque tubes .TRANSDUCERS AND INSTRUMENTATION (Offered by Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering) UNIT – I Generalised scheme of measurement-Statistical analysis of measurement data. Hysteresis. Hall effect transducers. Threshold.1998 2.Doeblin. UNIT-II Electronic analog meters-DC and AC Voltmeters.

payments and other support . Name server. 2000.Curriculum & Syllabi ( B. 'Introduction to IF' . Telecom applications. Centralized and no centralized. Gateways. IT architecture. Gralla Preston. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ UID 081 : INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY FOR ENGINEERS (Offered by Information Technology) UNIT I INTRODUCTION:Information Age. Knowledge Management. Extranets. IS. John Wiley and sons. IS vulnerability. Intelligent agents. Network software.and support systems. Websites. Modem. Turban et al. IC. A management perspective. 'IT the breaking wave' Tata McGraw-Hill. 1999. Virtual reality. Ethical and global issues.AI and Expert systems. output devices.input devices. P. Internet connectivity (VSAT. memory devices. Security. Managing IS. UNIT V APPLICATIONS: Information system. Data visualization technologies. Techmedia Publication. Knowledge and decision support. Operation and services provided. Telnet. Types of information systems – Managing IT – Basic of computer hardware and software for IT infrastructure. Network processing strategy. Homepages. Infrastructure and Architecture – IT support for organizations. WAN. Dial-up line. UNIT III INTERNET : Evolution . 3. Responses – Information system. Dennis. 'IT for management: Making connection for strategic Advantage'. 5. 'How the internet works'. Inter Service Providers. Network OS. Decision making. Search Engines. 2000. REFERENCE BOOKS : 1. 4th 108/118 . Inc. 2001. E. Network Protection and Firewalls Risk management and cost-Benefit analysis. Network server.and Discovery and analysis . http://ece. Data. End user computing architecture. Routers. Usenet. Radio link) .WWW. Steven Alter. Email server. Client/server. 2nd Edition..pec. protection.Tech. ftp. Turban et al. Resources.. ETHERNET.Planning and Management: Principles for IS planning: Role of IS and user departments. Proxy server. 4. 2. UNIT II COMMUNICATION NETWORKS FOR IT:Telecommunication system: Networks: LAN. 1999. Curtin et al. Organizational structure. URL. UNIT IV E-COMMERCE AND IT SYSTEMS : E-commerce: Business applications: Market research and customer support Infrastructure. Switches. Implementation. John Wiley and sons. Leased line. GIS EDI and EFT. Remote login.

Attwood . Dan E. London 1997.K.DNA analysis . chromosomes and their components Evaluation of chromosomes.Biological data basics – primary secondary data basics – Protein pattern data basics – DNA sequences data basics . Expert systemPrinciples of expert system – statistical decision trees – integration of decision support in clinical processors. Michael L. HTML. Parry-Smith. Pearson Education. HTTP. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ UID 082 . URL – European molecular biology network – national centre for biotechnology information. The internet and telemedicine. "Introduction to Bioinformatics". Pearson Education. T. risk management bioethics.comparison of two sequences– identity and similarity – global and global similarity – global and local alignment. "Fundamental Concepts of Bioinformatics". E.. " Clinical decision support systems. UNIT V Alignment techniques . Coiera E. New York. Raymer.Tech. Protein information resources .J.coding techniques – coded and quasi coded data Medical vocabulary – industry wide communication standards HL7 – unified medical language system – quality of care paradigms.Genes structure and DNA sequences – interpretation of EST structures – different approach to EST analysis. 1999 REFERENCE BOOKS 1. TEXT BOOK 1. D.. 2.Electronic patient record – models or ERP – environmental services – metrics – telemedicine – community networks – telemedicine peripherals and equipment selection – anatomy of video conferencing technology. "Guide to medical informatics.BIO INFORMATICS (Offered by Information Technology) UNIT I Coding -Common health care language . SpringerVerlag" . nucleus. UNIT IV Basic Genetic Science : Study of cell. 3. UNIT II Information networks .Data base searching . Krane .S. Bernser. Theory and practice. http://ece. Chajsman & Hall medical". gene study. 2002.multiple sequence alignment – data basis of multiple alignment – secondary data base.Curriculum & Syllabi ( 109/118 .pec. Impact of chromosomes on genes. UNIT III Patient record maintenance .Internet – facilities used in the internet web browsers STTP 5. 1999.

FINITE ELEMENT METHOD (Offered by Mathematics) UNIT – I (Weighted residual and Variational methods) Introduction. New York. Grandin Jr.R. Numerical solution of differential equations. Singapore.Curriculum & Syllabi ( B. (10 Hours) UNIT . A. New Delhi. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ UID 201 . Fundamentals of the Finite Element Method. Zienkiewicz. O. http://ece. H. Finite Element method: Ritz method.C. Mcmillan. Partition.III Solution of initial value problems for ordinary differential equations and initial boundary value problems for partial differential equations by finite element method. John Wiley & Sons. Galerkin. McGraw Hill. Reference Book: 1.II (Finite Element method) Finite elements: Different types and their functions.pec. An introduction to the Finite Element Method. 3. Moment and Collocation methods. 5. 2. Davies. The Finite Element Method: A first approach. (9 Hours) UNIT . 1986. Introduction to the Finite Element Method. K. 4.IV Solution of boundary value problems for ordinary differential equations and partial differential equations by finite element 110/118 . 3rd Edition. M. (7 Hours) Text Book: 1.. 1985. Finite Element Analysis and Applications. Numerical integration over finite elements. McGraw Hill. Oxford. Solution of some practical application problems arising in various branches of engineering. Weighted residual methods: Least square. R. 1977. Numerical solution of convection-diffusion problems. Reddy. 1996. J. 1986. 1987. New Delhi. (10 Hours) UNIT . Wiley Eastern Limited.Tech. Least square method and Galerkin method. Variational method: Ritz method. 1980. (9 Hours) UNIT . Wait and A. 6. Jain. Chapman and Hall. 2. J. 1987. C. Morton.S. CBS Publishers and Distributors. The Finite Element Method. New York.V Solution of some nonlinear differential equations by finite element method. Mitchell. F Abel. N.W. Clarendan Press.K. Desai and J.

Kansas. spherical and cylindrical polar coordinates. Heat transfer in the boundary layer over a flat plate.d. 2. Hyperbolic: One. Chiang.Tech. Lax’s equivalance theorem. “ Computational Fluid Flow and Heat Transfer”(2nd edition). forward.d.dimensional and Twodimensional heat conduction equations. Numerical Solution of Ordinary and Partial differential equations Runge-Kutta methods. TEXTBOOKS Muralidhar. Heat flows: Steady heat conduction in rectangular.E. BTCS. Riemann solvers. Finite difference methods for O. Initial and boundary conditions.1. Incompressible flows: Governing equations: Primitive variables formulation.e. Hyperbolic. axis symmetric flow past a sphere and cylinder. Flow inside a lid-driven cavity. Narosa Publishing house. backward 111/118 .A publication of Engineering Education system. Hoffmann and Steve T.e and System of second order p. grid independence test. BTBCS (implicit methods) for solving inviscid and viscous Burgers equation. Compressible flows: Governing equations: Euler equations and Burgers equation Lax-Friedrichs and Lax-Wendroff methods. spherical and cylindrical geometries. Flux splitting method. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ UIE 202 . (units 3. Elliptic: Laplace and Poisson equations. New Delhi. Kinetic schemes. 67208-1078. Parabolic: One. Mac Cormack (explicit methods) Mac Cormack. 5.. Classification and finite difference formulations : Classification: Elliptic. 4 and 5) Klaus A. USA. Uniform and non-uniform grids. DUFORT-FRANKEL. Wichita. Finite difference formulations: central. “Computational Fluid Dynamics for Engineers” Vol. steady one-dimensional convection-diffusion equation. FTBCS. T. Transient heat conduction. ASIN: 0685272257 (units 1.dimensional wave equation. Parabolic. 4. 3 and 4) http://ece. numerical errors. 3. Relaxation schemes. FTCS. Vorticity-Stream function formulation in Cartesian. System of first order p.Curriculum & Syllabi ( B. Determination of pressure-by-pressure Poisson equation.D.COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS (Offered by Mathematics) 1. application of upwind difference scheme. K and Sundararajan.

. Tveito. R. Computational Fluid Dynamics Publisher: Mc-Graw Hill Science/Engineering/Math. Computational Methods for Fluid Dynamics Publisher: springer verlag. Jr. B. “Numerical Fluid Dynamics” Publisher: Narosa Publishing house Pvt. XIX. ISBN:0891165223 ($94. Fischer and E. Publisher: Hemisphere Publishing Corporation.. Hardcover ISBN: 3-540-43416-X ($ 62.95) Suhas V Patankar “Numerical Heat Transfer Fluid Flow”.99) http://ece.A. and Pletcher. XXVI. I. Computational Partial Differential Equations Numerical Methods and Diffpack Programming Publisher: Springer verlag Series: Texts in Computational Science and Engineering.97) Bose. 112/118 . Hans P.. Mund High-Order Methods for Incompressible Fluid Flow ISBN: 0521453097.I.00) Pieter Wesseling Principles of Computational Fluid Dynamics Publisher: Springer-Verlag ISBN:3540678530 ($ 135.. Tannehill.. Vol. 658 p...O. Publisher: Cambridge University Press 2002 ($ 85.F. ($92.) Advanced Topics in Computational Partial Differential Equations Publisher: Springer verlag Series: Lecture Notes in Computational Science and Engineering. ISBN:3540420746. Vol..Ltd ISBN: 8173191662 . 1980. T.H. Milovan Peric.59) John D. P. Deville.pec. “Computational Fluid Mechanics and Heat Transfer (2nd edition) Publisher: Taylor and Francis ISBN:156032046X. 2003.($69. Ferziger. Khanna Publishers (unit 2) REFERENCES Langtangen. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ Grewal. D. 1 2nd ed. Anderson.50) Joel H. Aslak (Eds.Tech.99) Langtangen. Hans P. ($59.00) M.H. ($82. 855 p. 33 2003. ISBN:0070016852.95) Anderson. Softcover ISBN: 3-540-01438-1 ( $99..Curriculum & Syllabi ( B. “ Numerical methods in Engineering and Science”. K..

Optical properties of nanotubes . Introduction to nanolithography .Basic Material Properties .Functional Nanostructures .5 : Nano-Engineering: Applications Nanotubes. shape. Unit .X-ray diffraction .Quantum Mechanical Treatment of the Many-Particle Problem . Unit .2: Fundamentals of nanoscience Size dependence of properties .Scanning Electron Microscopy .Molecular and Supramolecular Switches.4: Characterization of nanosystems.Introduction to molecular electronics .Advantages and Limitations of the Pair Potential Approximation Phenomenological Potentials . composition).Curriculum & Syllabi ( B. ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ UID 211 -INTRODUCTION TO NANO TECHNOLOGY (offered by Department of Physics) Unit-1: Introduction to Physics of Solid State Intermolecular forces: thermodynamic aspects .Particle size determination .Synthesis and preparation of nanomaterials (crystalline and thinfilm) .Applications in chemical sensors .Scanning Tunneling Microscopy . elasticity) .X-ray absorption spectroscopy .Mechanical properties (hardness.3: Preparation of nanosystems.pec.Photoelectron emission spectroscopy.Nanoelectromechanical systems (NEMs) .edu 113/118 .Bulk to nano transition Semiconducting nanoparticles .Applications in Computers Applications in fuel cells .Potential Energy Surface .Carbon nanotubes: preparation .Physical and chemical methods .Electrical properties of nanotubes.Control and stability (size.Carbon nanostructures .Electron Microscopy . Text Books: Unit-1 and 2: http://ece.Applications in mechanical reinforcement .Tech.Field emission and Shielding . and nanodevices-introduction . ductility. Unit . Unit .Microelectromechanical systems (MEMs) . Thermal Stability .Pair Potential Approximation . nanowires.Mean Values and Correlation Functions .Pseudo-Potentials .Many-Body Potentials.

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Comparison with other actuator types .pec.Example applications .Smart actuators .Integrating and Quasi-Distributed Long-Gauge-Length sensors-ShortGauge-Length sensors.Phase transition and anomalies . Unit-4: Nanomaterials 10 hours 10 hours 10 hours 10 hours Size dependence of properties . of an actuator . http://ece.Magnetorheological (MR) fluid actuators . 1999.Thermally responsive materials . 115/118 . Unit-2 Actuators and adaptronics Definition.Summary of advantages of ER fluids .Increased functionality through (i) Morphotrophic phase boundary and (ii) Domain engineering.Linear MR fluid dampers. macroscopic phenomena and symmetry .Materials responsive to electric.Energy conversion .Optical properties of nanotubes .Carbon nanostructures . Designs and Applications. Electrorheological fluid actuators .Bulk to nano transition Semiconducting nanoparticles . 10 hours Textbooks: Unit-1 Hartmut Janocha (Editor).Properties of shape memory alloys . Unit-3: Rheological fluid and Chemical actuators.Description of MR fluids .Novel and Intelligent Materials ( offered by Department of Physics) Unit – 1: Introduction to functional materials. mesoscopic. Unit-5: Fiber optic sensors and Magnetoresistance Physical principle of fiber optic techniques .Basic MR device design consideration . Daniel J.Piezoelectric actuators – Theory -Technical transducers . ECE) ________________________________________________________________________ UID 212 .Construction of reversible actuators. Adaptronics and Smart Structures: Basics.Tech. – Introduction to magneto-resistance – Giant magnetoresistance – Colossal magnetoresistance – Materials – Perovskite oxides – Applications in spintronics like spin transistor and spin valve.Examples of functional materials ..Actuator as part of system .Magnetostrictive actuators Theory of magnetostriction in magnetostrictive actuators . Springer Verlag.Particle size determination . magnetic and stress fields . Hartmut Hanocha.Types of fiber sensors and sensor selection .Electrochemical actuators: fundamentals .Electrical shape memory – actuators . Introduction to functional materials . elasticity) .Microscopic.Limitations to the concept of electrorheological fluids . ductility.Curriculum & Syllabi ( B. Jendritza.Mechanical properties (hardness.Electrical properties of nanotubes.Innovative applications.Intelligent actuators .

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