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School of Engineering and Technology Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering



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E. Name of the Subject with code VII– semester – B.VII SEMESTER SUBJECTS’ LIST (DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING) Sl. (ECE) – 25Credits Credit L–P-T 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Mobile Communication 71 Computer Communication and Network ECEC-72 4 4 4 4 4 4 1 4 3–0-1 3–0-1 3–0-1 3–0-1 3–0-1 3–0-1 0–3-0 0–3-0 Engineering Economics and Management Optical Fiber communication Elective – III Elective – IV Computer Communication Network Laboratory EC-73 EC-74 EC-75X EC-76X ECL-77 ECL-78 VLSI Laboratory Elective III Image Processing TCP/IP Protocol Suite(with focus on ITU standards) ANN & Fuzzy Logic EC-751 EC-752 EC-753 Elective IV Multimedia communication CAD for VLSI Parallel Processing EC-761 EC-762 3 EC-763 .No.

Cellular concept Cell fundamentals. 8 hours Wireless network architecture and operation. 6 hours REFERENCE BOOKS: 4 .15X technologies in PAN Application and architecture Bluetooth Introduction to Broadband wireless MAN. Cal handoff. GSM identifiers 8 hours GSM system operation. of Hrs: 60 Hours per week: 4 Introduction to wireless telecommunication systems and Networks. Characteristics of air interface. wireless coding techniques. 3G cellular systems components. Evolution of Wireless LAN Introduction to 802.16X technologies. 6 hours Common Cellular System components. GSM channel concepts. CDMA channel concept CDMA operations. Roaming. TDMA systems cases. Common cellular network components. 802. Digital modulation techniques. Traffic architecture. CDMA overview. Radio resources and power management Wireless network security 8 hours GSM and TDMA techniques. Path loss models.3G and 4G networks. History and Evolution Different generations of wireless cellular networks 1G. Hardware and software. views of cellular networks. GSM Network and system Architecture. Mobility management. Cellular component identification Call establishment. Capacity expansion techniques. OFDM. UWB radio techniques.11X technologies.Semester –VII Mobile Communication Subject Code: EC 71 Credits: 4 Total No. 8 hours Introduction to wireless LAN 802. Diversity techniques. GSM protocol 8 hours CDMA technology. 2g. 8 hours Wireless Modulation techniques and Hardware. Typical GSM Hardware. GSM system overview. Cellular backbone networks.

Architecture of the Internet. The Transport Layer 10 hours Transport Service Primitives. Reference Models: Different types of reference Model and their Comparisons. Electronic Mail: Architecture and Services. service primitives. The Switching N/W: Structure of the Telephone System. The Data link Layer 10 hours Design Issues of Data Link Layer. Message Formats. Server side. Congestion Control Algorithms. Wireless Telecom Systems and networks. Semester –VII Computer Communication Networks Subject Code: EC 72 Credits: 4 Total No. The User Agent. Relationship of Services to protocols. Lee W. Design Issue of Different types layers. Internet usage. Different types of Network Hardware and Wireless Networks. FDM. The World Wide Web: Architectural Overview. TDM. David Tse. 2002.2 formats. The Network Layer 10 hours Network Layer Design Issues. WDM. Pramod Viswanath. Types of Connection-Oriented Networks. The Internet Transport Protocols. Wireless LAN Protocols. Data Link Layer Switching and Virtual LANs. Bluetooth Architecture. Network Software. Sliding Window Protocols. Different types of Routing Algorithms. Elements of Transport Protocols. MGH. client side. 5 . Cambridge 2005. The local loop. Guided Transmission Media. Fundamentals of Wireless Communication. 2. Wireless LANs. Ethernet. Name Servers. The Physical Layer 10 hours Introduction to Data Communication. Different types layers Services.1. Quality of Service provided by The N/W layer. Mullet: Thomson Learning 2006.Y. of Hrs: 60 Hours per week: 4 Introduction 10 hours Uses of Computer Networks. Multiple Access Protocols.C. 3. The Network Layer in the Internet. Bluetooth Applications. Internetworking. SMTP. IEEE 802. modems. Elementary Data Link Protocols. The Application Layer 10 hours The Domain Name System: The DNS Name Space. Mobile Cellular Telecommunication. Different types of Wireless Transmissions.

Responsibility of engineers. Cooperative industries. importance.Misuse of truth.Refernce books: Computer Networks. Coordination. Directing and Controlling 10 Hours Meaning and nature of directing. 4e. Centralization v/s Decentralization of authority and responsibility. Henry Gantt to the evolution of management science in the Indian context. Ethical Analysis/Decision Making. cooking. Integrity and intellectual property rights. Person Education Data Communication and Networking – Behrouz A Forouzan. Objectives. Meaning. of Hrs: 60 Hours per week: 4 Introduction 15 Hours Historical perspective. importance and purpose of planning process. Partnership. Steps in planning. Ethics 15 Hours Scope and aims of engineering ethics. and techniques of coordination. Nature and importance of Staffing. Moral theories – Kohlberg. MBO and MBE.3e. Management Functions 10 Hours Planning: Nature.2004 Data Communication and Networking – Brijendra Singh. Methods of establishing control. Joint stock companies. Ownership of industries. Communication. Meaning and importance. McGrawHill. Semester –VII Engineering Management and Ethics Subject Code: EC 73 Credits: 4 Total No. Types of plans. Integrity – Integrity loss – trimming. Gilligan Honesty . Process of recruitment and selection. forging and plagiarism. Types of organization. deception. Principles of organization. Motivation theories. Decision making. Gilbreth. Organizing and Staffing 10 Hours Nature and purpose of organization. Span of control. Person Education/PHI. Employer – Employee 6 . corruption of truth. Strategic planning. Leadership styles. 6e. Public and private undertakings. Meaning and steps in controlling.2003 Data and Computer Communication – William Stallings.Andrew S Tanenbaum. Henry Fayol. Impediments to responsibility. Hierarchy of plans. Planning premises. Integrity. Contribution by Taylor. Essentials of a sound control system. Charles Babbage. Integrity and client – professional confidentiality. Committees. Departmentation.

comparison of photo detectors. cylindrical fiber (no derivations in article 2. receiver sensitivity.relations. of Hrs: 60 Hours per week: 4 OVERVIEW OF OPTICAL FIBER COMMUNICATION 6 hours Introduction.4). Engineering Ethics: Concepts and Cases. Optical fiber connectors OPTICAL RECEIVER 6 hours Introduction. Conflicts and their resolution.McGraw Hill. Historical development. Photo detector noise. absorption. 2008. 3. SIGNAL DEGRADATION IN OPTICAL FIBERS 8 hours Introduction. disadvantages. and applications of optical fiber communication. 6th Edition. Rabins. general system. 2008. Photo diodes. Wadsworth Publishing Company. photonic crystal. Optical Fibers: fiber materials. burst mode receiver. Response time. scattering losses. OPTICAL SOURCES AND DETECTORS 8 hours Introduction. single mode fiber. LED’s. Jones and George.Pritchard and Michael J. advantages. Harris. Charles E. Engineering Ethics. Optical Receiver Operation. Photo detectors. Reliability – Definition –Introduction Reference books: 1. bending loss. Bangalore. Risk and safety – Acceptable risk – Estimation of risks. Semester –VII Elective III Optical Fiber Communication Subject Code: EC 74 Credits: 4 Total No. Inter model dispersion. double hetero junction structure. Fiber to fiber joints. LASER diodes. operation. optical fiber waveguides. POWER LAUNCHING AND COUPLING 6 hours Source to fiber power launching. Analog receivers 7 . 2. mode filed diameter. C Krsihnadas Iyer. Lensing schemes for coupling improvement. Attenuation.4. New York. Liability. Contemporary Management. Intra model dispersion. fiber optic cables specialty fibers. cutoff wave length. Harishree Publications. 2006. dispersion. eye diagrams. Fiber splicing. Michael S. quantum limit. Ray theory. coherent detection.

direct thin film filters. variable optical attenuators. RF over fiber. OPTICAL NETWORKS 6 hours Introduction.John Gowar. semiconductor optical amplifiers. MGH. SONET / SDH. 2001.D. chromatic dispersion compensators. 2007. John M.Agarwal. High – speed light – waveguides. 3rd Impression. MachZehender interferometer. 2. optical drop multiplexers. link power budget. active optical components. transmission distance for single mode fibers. Optical Amplifiers and Networks – optical amplifiers. Power penalties.ANALOG AND DIGITAL LINKS 10 hours Analog links – Introduction. Fiber Optic Communication. REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. dynamic gain equalizers.2008. short wave length band. tunable light sources. basic applications and types. tunable optical fibers. EDFA. Gerd Keiser. Senior. Digital links – Introduction. Isolators and circulators. "Optical Fiber Communication”. polarization controllers. 4. Fiber Optic Communication . Wheeler Semester. "Optical Fiber Communications".PHI. overview of analog links. Optical Interfaces. microwave photonics. SONET/SDH rings. overview of WDM operation principles. multichannel transmission techniques. Pearson Education.. resistive budget. point–to–point links. CNR. WDM standards. 3. System considerations.multiplexer. MEMS technology. Radio over fiber links. nodal noise and chirping.C. key link parameters. 4th Ed.VII Elective-III Course Outline Subject Code: EC 75X Credits: 04 List of Subjects: Elective–III (Any one from the listed subjects) Total Hours: 60 Hrs per week: 04 1) 2) 3) Image Processing TCP/IP (with focus on ITU standards) Artificial Neural Networks and Fuzzy Logic 8 . WDM CONCEPTS AND COMPONENTS 10 hours WDM concepts.

Semester –VII Elective III Image Processing Subject Code: EC 751 Credits: 4 Total No. KL transform. Hadamard transform. Histogram Processing. two dimensional discrete Fourier transform. Some Basic Relationships between Pixels. Smoothing Frequency Domain filters. fundamental Steps in Digital Image Processing. elements of Visual Perception Image Sensing and Acquisition. of Hrs: 60 Hours per week: 4 DIGITAL IMAGE FUNDAMENTALS 10 hours What is Digital Image Processing. IMAGE ENHANCEMENT 10 hours Image Enhancement in Spatial domain. Enhancement Using Arithmetic/Logic Operations. Haar transform. Basics of Spatial Filtering Image enhancement in the Frequency Domain filters. Linear and Nonlinear Operations IMAGE TRANSFORMS 10 hours Two-dimensional orthogonal & unitary transforms. Some Basic Gray Level Trans -formations. properties of unitary transforms. sine transform. Image Sampling and Quantization. Sharpening Frequency Domain filters. Discrete cosine transform. Components of an Image processing system. Slant transform. homomorphic filtering IMAGE RESTORATION 10 hours 9 .

inverse filtering. Semester –VII Elective III TCP/IP Protocol Suite Subject Code: ECE 752 Credits: 4 Total No. Psychovisual Redundancy. PHI. IGMP Package. sample internet with Classfull address. Chanda and D. Classloss addressing. 2.Model of image degradation/restoration process. Class full addressing. Coding Redundancy. RARP. error reporting. 2nd edition. Color Models. processing basics of full color image processing IMAGE COMPRESSION Image Compression system. B. JPEG compression Reference Books: 1. IP Package. Anil K. of Hrs: 60 Hours per week: 4 Introduction 7 hours Brief of Review and Introduction to TCP/IP OSI model. Only-Spatial Filtering Periodic Noise Reduction by Frequency Domain Filtering. UDP operation. minimum mean square error (Weiner) Filtering COLOR IMAGE PROCESSING Color Fundamentals. “Digital Image Processing”. ICMP: Types of Messages. 2001. Formats. Subnetting / Supernetting. ICMP Package. noise models. other issues.. 2001. Pearson Education. Rafael C. Pseudo color Image Processing.Dutta Majumdar. 2003. Interpixel 10 hours 10 hours redundancy. “Digital Image Processing and Analysis” . Jain. Direct V s Dynamic Routing. Checksum. Options. CIDR. IGMP) 10 hours Fragmentation.Gonzalez and Richard E. Delivery and Routing IP Packets 9 hours ARP & RARP Connection-Oriented versons Connection leas services.IGMP: Group Mgmt. “Fundamentals of Digital Image Processing” . Package. Linear Position-Invariant Degradations. 3. IP Address 9 hours Classfull / Class Loss. Restoration in the Presence of Noise. use of UDP. Pearson Edun. encapsulation. ARP. UDP 9 hours Process to process communication. Routing table and Module. Addressing TCP/IP Versions. TCP/IP Protocol suite. Internet Protocol (IP) ICMP. Query. 10 . User datagram. Checksum. Woods. checksum. layers. IGMP Messages. Operation.

PHI Fourth Edition.BGP. Matching and self organizing networks – Hamming net and maxnet. N/N learning rules Classifiers 10 hours Classification model. Feed forward and Flb network. Jeongdong-Ryoo and Yihan li .TCP/IP Essentials. Fuzzy Logic 10 hours 11 .Shivendra Panwar. MBONE. Numbering bytes. Uni Cart Routing Protocols (RIP. discriminant functions. Discrete time and gradient type Hopfield networks. Hamming distance calculation Bidirectional associative memory.2004. TCP operation. Flow control. 2nd Edition. Forouzan. OSPF. Feature mapping. Mcculloch pitts model.PIM. Applications of neural algorithms – Character classification and recognition. Cambridge. Traveling salesman tour length etc.. features and decision regions. Multi layer classifiers – Linearly non separable pattern classification. I. Associative Memories 10 hours Basic concepts of recurrent auto associative memories – storage and retrieval algorithms. Sillywindow Syndroene Error control.Comer Vol. Medical expert systems. Internetworking with TCP/IP Principles. RIP. DVMRP. Congestion Control. error back propagation training. Timers. Protocols. Applications in optimization problems such as A/D networks.BGP). Kohenen’s self organizing feature maps. TCP package. Energy function reduction. applications of EBPTA Single layer feedback networks-Basic concepts of dynamical systems.OJPF. cluster discovery network (ART1). Semester –VII Elective III Artificial Neural Networks and Fuzzy Logic Subject Code: EC 753 Credits: 4 Total No. Linear single layer classifiers. Inverted pendulum neurocontroller. Shiwen Mao. and Architecture-Douglas E. State transition diagram. Multicart and its routing protocols 6 hours Multicart trees multicart routing protocols. Reference Books: 1 TCP/IP Protocol Suite Behrouz A. 3. MOSPF. RoboKinetics. Tata mc Grew Hill. Supervised and unsupervised learning. of Hrs: 60 Hours per week: 4 Neural Networks 6 hours Fundamental concepts & Models of Artificial Neural Systems. 2003.TCP 10 hours Process to process communication. 2.CBT. Interior and exterior routing. learning factors.2003. TCP services.A Lab Based Approach. Biological neurons.

Defuzzifiers-Centre of gravity. Jaico publication 2. Basic operation on fuzzy sets. Asia.. inverted pendulum controller. 3. center average. Timothy J Ross . fuzzy intersection (t-norms). Cartesian product. Introduction to artificial Neural Systems . Jacek M Zurada . Oxford University Press 12 . extension principle. Fuzzy logic with engineering applications . modeling of serial transmission of a digital signal over a channel etc. 1999. Introduction to fuzzy systems and control . structure of fuzzy rule base and properties of set of rules. linguistic hedges.Introduction-Block diagram representation of different types of fuzzy systems. Neural Networks for Pattern Recognition. fuzzy complement. 4. Reference Books: 1. averaging operators Fuzzy relations and extension principle – Fuzzy relations. triangular and trapezoidal Fuzzifiers. Simon Haykin . individual rule based inference. interpretations of fuzzy IF-THEN rules. Neural Networks. Second edition. A comprehensive foundation . generation of membership functions with examples Fuzzy mathematics. fuzzy IF-THEN rules-fuzzy propositions. Details of some inference engines. Properties of the implication rules-generalized modus ponens. 1997. Li Xin Wang . Fuzzy inference engine – composition based inference. fuzzy union(s-norms). Linguistic variables and fuzzy IF-THEN rules 10 hours Linguistic variables. Maximum defuzzifiers Design of fuzzy systems – Design of Fuzzy rule based systems to develop nonlinear functions. Fuzzy rule base and fuzzy inference engine 6 hours Fuzzy rule base. generalized modus tollens and generalized hypothetical syllogism. composition of fuzzy relations projection and cylindrical extension. concept of membership functions. Edition. Intl. Bishop. Fuzzifiers and defuzzifiers 8 hours Fuzzifiers – exponential. McGraw Hill publication 5. different implications Fuzzy logic and Approximate reasoning-Compositional rule of inference.Brief comparison of classical sets and fuzzy sets. Pearson Education.

VII Elective-IV Course Outline Subject Code: EC 76X Credits: 04 List of Subjects: Elective–IV (Any one from the listed subjects) Total Hours: 60 Hrs per week: 04 1) 2) 3) Multimedia Communications CAD for VLSI Parallel Processing 13 .Semester.

LAN protocol. MULTIMEDIA INFORMATION NETWORKS 8 hours Introduction. Cell format. UDP. video. multimedia networks. TRANSPORT PROTOCOL Introduction. Token ring.261. MPEG-1. THE INTERNET 6 hours Introduction. audio compression. AUDIO AND VIDEO COMPRESSION 8 hours Introduction. video compression. images. video compression principles. TCP/IP. Bridges. H. text. image compression.263. 6 hours 6 hours 14 . QoS principles. LANs. APC. audio. multipoint conferencing. MPEG. of Hrs: 60 Hours per week: 4 MULTIMEDIA COMMUNICATIONS 10 Hours Introduction. RTP and types. TCP. text compression. LPC. MPEG-2. compression principles. 8 Hours TEXT AND IMAGE COMPRESSION 8 hours Introduction. multimedia applications. H. IPv8.ARP and RARP. Fragmentation. MULTIMEDIA INFORMATION REPRESENTATION Introduction. and MPEG-4. Switfh and Protocol Architecture ATM QoS application QoS. communication modes. network types.Semester –VII Elective IV Multimedia Communications Subject Code: EC 761 Credits: 4 Total No. ADPCM. FDDI High-speed LANs. multimedia information representation. DPCM. IP Address. BROADBAND ATM NETWORKS Introduction. IP Datagrams. Ethernet.

Transistor level design. 2004. Fred Halsall. of Hrs: 60 Hours per week: 4 Introduction 10 hours The VLSI design problem.level modeling and simulation Logic Synthesis and Verification 8 hours 15 . 3. Channel routing. “Multimedia Fundamentals: Vol 1 . Global routing. Partitioning. complexity classes. Gate-level modeling and simulation. PHI. design domains. Andleigh. genetic Algorithms. general purpose methods Layout Compaction 6 hours Design rules. 3. tabu search. design methods and technologies. decision problems. PHI. Asia. Switch. Second Indian reprint 2002. Klara Narstedt. 2004. Ralf Steinmetz. “Multimedia Systems Design”. other issues Placement. Protocols and Standards. Algorithms for global routing Simulation 6 hours VLSI simulation. Sharda. simulated annealing. Pearson Education. layout design. Local search. design management tools Algorithmic graph theory and computational complexity Tractable and Intractable problems Combinatorial optimization problems. verification methods. Nalin K. design actions. types of placement problems. wire length estimation. Shape functions and Floorplanning sizing Routing 6 hours Types of local routing problems.Media Coding and Content Processing”. Structural and logic design. Backtracking and branch and bound. symbolic layout. Algorithms for Constraint-graph compaction. Integer linear programming. Algorithmic and system design. Networks. Partitioning and Floor planning 8 hours Circuit representation. 2003. consequences General purpose methods for combinatorial optimization 8 hours The unit size placement problem. Area routing. Placement algorithms. problem formulation. Floorplanning concepts. KiranThakrar. Multimedia Information Networking.Reference Books: 1. NP-completeness and NP-hardness. Semester –VII Elective IV CAD for VLSI Subject Code: EC 762 Credits: 4 Total No. Multimedia Communications: Applications. 2. Prabhat K. dynamic programming. Pearson Education.

Matrix Multiplication. linear pipeline. Two-level logic synthesis High level Synthesis 8 hours Hardware models for High level Synthesis. ALGORITHMS FOR VLSI DESIGN AUTOMATION Sabih H. Solving Simultaneous equations. Binary decision diagrams. Principles of Pipelining and Vector processing Procedure 12 hours graphic. MIMD Computer Computational Models and Matrix Computations 12 hours 6 hours Sorting Networks. Allocation. Internal representation of the Input Algorithm. Generic Vector procedure. of Complexity. of Hrs: 60 Hours per week: 4 Parallel Computer Paradigm. Classification of Pipeline systems. Types of vector processing. 16 . Performance improvement methods. Gerez Semester –VII Elective IV Parallel Processing Subject Code: EC 763 Credits: 4 Prerequisite 8086 µP. Computer Organization Introduction 8 hours Total No. Problems associated with pipelining. Some Scheduling Algorithms Reference Book: 1. Vector processing methods. Processor Organization SIMD Computer. Applications and Performance improvements. Taxonouncy Design of Parallel algorithms. Assignment and Scheduling. Vector instructions.Introduction to combinational Logic synthesis. Parallel Machine Models. General algorithms. Matrix transpose. Measuress.

CCN Experiments using NS228/OPNET: 6.77 Credits: 1 CCN Programming using C 1. Simulate the transmission of ping messaged over a network topology consisting 17 .Kavi Hwang. Computer Architecture and Parallel Processing. Memory allocations management. 1995. 7. I/O Subsystem. Faye a Briggs. 2. Simulate a three nodes point-to-point network with duplex links between them.Memory and I/O Subsystem 10 hours Hierarchical memory Structures. 6 hours 6 hours Semester – VII Computer communication Network Laboratory Subject Code: ECL. Interconnection Networks. Associative Array Processing Associative Processors. Set the queue size vary the bandwidth and find the number of packets dropped. Mc Graw Hill International Education. 4. Structures and Algorithms for Array Processors SIMD array processors. Reference Books: 1. 1985. 2. Phalguni Gupta. 5. Write a program for Hamming Code generation for error detection and correction. Cache managements and management. Systems. 3. Rajat Moona. Narosa Publishing House. Virtual Memory. Foundations of Parallel Processing-Rontam K Ghosh. Associative search Algorithms. Bit/character stuffing and de-stuffing in HDLC Encryption and Decryption of a given message Computation of Polynomial Code Checksum for CRC-CCITT Write a program for frame sorting technique used in buffers.

Verify its functionality by simulating schematic b.of 6 nodes and find the number of packets dropped due to congestion. Verify its timing diagram in layout d. Simulate simple ESS and with transmitting nodes in wire-less LAN by simulation and determine the performance with respect to transmission of packets. Verify its timing diagram in schematic c. Layout using MOSFET for the following using ASIC design tool Microwind & DSCH a. Semester – VII VLSI Laboratory Subject Code: ECL 78 Credits: 1 Draw the Schematic. 8. Plot voltage Vs time and Voltage Vs Voltage 18 .

Adders-Half Adder and Full adder. Comparator 7. A Buffer 3. Basic/universal gates.NAND.1. Serial & Parallel adder 8.RS. Memory Circuits-Static RAM and Dynamic RAM 10.OR. Counters-Synchronous and Asynchronous Counter 9. Multiplexor-4:1 MUX. An inverter-CMOS inverter.Tristate Inverter 2.JK. Pseudo nMOS Inverter.XOR. Differential Amplifier 19 .8:1 MUX using 4:1 MUX 6.NOR. Flip flop.XNOR 4.AND.D.T 5.