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PROPOSED TEACHING AND EVALUATION SCHEME FOR B.TECH FOURT YEAR 2013-14(EXTC) SEMESTER - VII Teaching Scheme Lect Pra Tut Cre ures ctic oria dits als ls

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Evaluation Scheme Term Seme Semest Wor ster er k End End Exam Exam Weight age (%) 20 20 100 20 20 180 100 100 0 100 100 400 50 50 0 50 50 200

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Optical Fiber Communication Wireless Communication Technology Project Phase I Elective I Elective II

BTET07001 BTET07002 BTET07003

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Elective I (Any One) Image Processing Advanced Microcontroller VLSI Design and Technology Programming in JAVA

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BTET07004 BTET07005 BTET07006 BTET07007

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Elective II (Any One) Introduction to Automation Industrial Electronics Fuzzy Logic and Neural Networks

BEBT07008 BEBT07009 BEBT07010

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SEMESTER - VIII Teaching Scheme Lect Pra Tut Cre ures ctic oria dits als ls

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Digital Voice Communication Satellite Communication and Radar Project Phase II Elective-III Elective-IV

BTET08001 BTET08002 BTET08003

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2 2 8 2 2 16

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Elective III (Any One) Broadband Technology Power Electronics Data Encryption and Network Security

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BTET08004 BTET08005 BTET08006

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Elective IV (Any One) Speech Processing Robotics Network Management and Planning

BTET08007 BTET08008 BTET08009

To understand the different kind of losses. 100 Marks) As per Institute Norms 3 2 0 4 50 50 Pre-requisite: Knowledge of Principles of Communication Engineering. Outcomes: After successful completion of this course. 2. 3. (EXTC) Semester : VII Course : Optical Fiber Communication Code : BTET07001 Teaching Scheme Evaluation Scheme Internal Continuous Assessment Theory (ICA) Lecture Practical Tutorial Credit (3 Hrs. | 72 Program: B. Tech. LIGHT PROPAGATION IN OPTICAL FIBER Fiber types. splices. Duration 3 7 3. fiber fabrication. 1. linearly polarized models.E X T C & E L E X E n g g . 3. FIBER OPTICS TECHNOLOGY. optical receivers and various noise mechanisms. rays and modes . 5 . EFT Objectives: 1. Detailed Syllabus: Unit Description OVERVIEW OF OPTICAL FIBRE COMMUNICATION. To understand the various optical source materials used and the principle of working of coherent (LASER) and incoherent (LED) optical sources and modulation techniques followed by the photo detectors such as PIN and APD. advantages of optical fiber communication. electromagnetic mode theory for optical propagation. connectors. Communication system applications in the electromagnetic spectrum. 2. students should be able to 1. fiber modes configurations and light wave theory. 2. Analyze the performance of both digital and analogue optical fiber systems. Analysis such as link budget rise time budget to design a point to point optical fiber link. noise. ray theory transmission. fiber optics cables. single mode and multimode fibers. probability of error and maximum usable bit rate of a Optical fiber system. elements of an optical fiber transmission link. signal distortion in optical wave guides and other signal degradation factors 4. Obtain output of optical fiber systems for different input signals. Analyze and design the system bandwidth. couplers. To understand basic concepts of WDM. Fiber materials. To provide knowledge of the basic elements of optical fiber transmission link.

Agrawal. receiver capacitance and bandwidth. 2002.homodyne and heterodyne detection. 2nd edition. SIGNAL DEGRADATION IN OPTICAL FIBRES. 3rd Edition. quantum efficiency. responsivity. photo detector noise . 45 Total Text Books: 1. Reference Books: 1. Noise. APD receiver. 2nd Edition. 3 3 Optical Amplifiers SOA. 1992. digital systems. 6 8. Raman amplifier. Minimum two assignments. Linear and nonlinear scattering losses. Nonlinear effects in fiber optic links. OPTICAL SOURCES . G. G. response time . laser diodes. pre-amplifiers. 3. 2. Minimum ten experiments covering the whole syllabus. Concept of self-phase modulation. group velocity dispersion and soliton based communication. Term Work: 1. 2. coherent systems. duly recorded and graded. their characteristics. John Wiley and Sons. Pearson. DETECTORS AND SWITCHES Related semiconductor physics. 2006. Absorption losses. modulation circuits. 4 7. Wavelength Division Multiplexing System. dispersion. numerical aperture. 2nd Edition. optical Detection principles. 1994. 6 8 6. mode coupling. Optical Fiber Communications . rise time budget. coupled mode analysis of directional couplers. EDFA. refractive index profile. Gain-bandwidth product. receiver structure. OTDR. DESIGN OF OPTICAL FIBER SYSTEMS. PIN And Avalanche photodiodes. Academic Press. . John M. OPTICAL FIBER MEASUREMENT. Mc –Graw Hill Publication. Gerd Keiser. Measurement of attenuation. bit rate and bandwidth . dispersion. quantum principles. Link power budget. Electro-optic switches OPTICAL RECEIVER OPERATION. Fiber alignment and joint loss. New York. analog systems.Agrawal. | 73 4. Fiber Optic Communication Systems. Fiber bend loss. 9. fiber diameter. Nonlinear fibre optics. light emitting diodes. 5.E X T C & E L E X E n g g . Optical Fiber Communications Principles and Practice. Senior. Attenuation. Receiver noise.

air interface. parameter of multi-path channels. students should be able to 1. . 08 3. 04 4. (EXTC) Semester : VII Course : Wireless Communication Technology Code : BTET07002 Teaching Scheme Evaluation Scheme Theory Internal Continuous Assessment Lecture Practical Tutorial Credit (3 Hrs. types of small scale fading. Describe the principles and working of low power wireless communication systems and fixed wireless access system. Outcomes: After successful completion of this course. To understand analog and digital (GSM and CDMA) . Explain the mobile radio propagation mechanism. diffraction. handoff. 05 trunking and grade of service. 2. 2. 4. Detailed Syllabus: Unit Description Duration The cellular concept: 1. (ICA) 100 Marks) As per Institute Norms 3 2 0 4 50 50 Pre-requisite: Principles of Communications Engineering and digital communication Objectives: 1. Frequency reuse. Spread spectrum multiple access. CDMA and 3G mobile systems. improving the capacity of cellular systems 2. Introduction to cellular system. small scale fading and multi-path. To understand low power wireless communication systems and fixed wireless access system. interference. practical link budget design using path loss models. To provide the knowledge of mobile communication systems in various aspects and trends. 3. reflection. small-scale multipath propagation. 3G cellular mobile systems. Mobile radio propagation: Large scale path loss. 3. Tech. SDMA. 4. To understand the mobile radio propagation mechanism. capacity of cellular systems Analog cellular mobile system: AMPS and ETACS system (overview call handling. Multiple Access systems for wireless communication FDMA. Recognise the significance of mobile communication.E X T C & E L E X E n g g . Rayleigh and Ricean distribution. ground reflection model (2 ray model).TDMA. Describe the working and application of GSM. Packet radio. | 74 Program: B.

Schiller. 06 8. DECT. 2011. Term Work: 1. network operations CDMA digital cellular standard (1S-95): Frequency and channel specifications. Raj Pandyan. Reference Books: 1. WLL systems. 2000. soft hand off and power control. 2nd reprint 2008. 2. Mobile cellular telecommunication systems. duly recorded and graded. Mobile Communication. introduction to cdma2000 and WCDMA Fixed Wireless Access Systems: Wireless Local Loop. radio subsystem. Rappaport. frame structure. 2. Wireless Communications. Vijay K. | 75 N_AMPS) Low power wireless communication systems: Cordless telephone. 06 45 Text Books: 1. Mobile and personal communication systems and services. 3. 05 7. Pearson Education. Garg. Gary J. signal processing. 2010. WCY Lee. PACS 5. 2nd edition. security aspects. CT2. Wiely Publication. Mullet. David J. 5. Minimum ten experiments covering the whole syllabus. Introduction to wireless telecommunications systems and networks. Goodman . 1st edition 1997. Wireless Personal Communications Systems. W-CDMA WLL.E X T C & E L E X E n g g . Wireless Network Evolution 2G to 3G”. system architecture. core network. PHS. Pearson. radio interface. handover. Minimum two assignments. UMTS and IMT-2000: UMTS: releases and standardization. Theodore S. 2nd edition. 2nd edition. 1st edition. channel types. UTRAN. WLL architecture (TR-45). 2011. forward and reverse CDMA channel(modulation process). 2. rake receiver and diversity. . Addison Wesley publication. features. 1995. Cengage learning. Airloop WLL Total 05 06 6. user requirement. system architecture. Jochen H. PTR publication. Prentice Hall of India. 4. Digital cellular mobile system: GSM-services. McGraw Hill.

The first phase of the project will involve Literature Survey. 6. The Project area and topic is to be selected in consultation with Project Mentors. 2. Analyse different designing parameters. 3. 4. Tech. feasibility study. . | 76 Program: B. To do literature survey in the topic selected for major project. 2. To explore the feasibility of the project. feasibility study. 3. 100 Marks) As per Institute Norms 0 8 0 4 0 100 Pre-requisite: Core EXTC subjects till 3rd year Objectives: 1. 5. Activities to be done in phase I: 1. The Project group to be formed consisting of not more than 3 students. students should be able to 1. ( EXTC ) Course : Project Phase I Teaching Scheme Semester : VII Code : BTET07003 Evaluation Scheme Internal Continuous Assessment Theory (ICA) Lecture Practical Tutorial Credit (3 Hrs. Report primarily containing Literature Survey. (Spiral Bound Report) 7. Design and Part Implementation. Attendance will be given on the report. The Names of the students and the topic of the Project to be submitted in the first week of the Trimester along with Name of the Mentor. Student is required to submit a 1-2 pages weekly report on the work done to the mentor. Outcomes: After successful completion of this course.E X T C & E L E X E n g g . alternatively students can propose the topics. There would continuous evaluation based on the weekly report submitted for 50 marks. Design and formulate the problem statement. To design and formulate the work to be carried out in next phase. Presentation (about 30 minutes) of the work done during the Semester to be evaluated by External Examiner and Project Mentor. and finalise the work to be carried out in phase II. 2. Design and Part Implementation is to be submitted at the end of the Semester.

Comprehend the digitized image and pixel values. Detailed Syllabus: Unit Description Duration 1 Digital Image Processing Systems: Introduction.E X T C & E L E X E n g g . | 77 Program: B. Understanding the algorithms for image compression and representation Outcomes: After successful completion of this course. image formation in the human eye. 100 Marks) As per Institute Norms 3 2 0 4 50 50 Pre-requisite: Knowledge of Digital Signal Processing Objectives: 1. 2. Spatial filtering: Introduction. Homomorphic filtering 08 3 . Properties of 2-D DFT. structure of human eye. spatial and intensity resolution 2 Image Enhancement in the Spatial Domain: Gray level transformations. Explain the concept of image compression and study various image compression techniques. Histogram processing. 3. Compare various morphological operations and representations of images. Smoothing and sharpening filters. 04 Image sensing and acquisition. (EXTC) Semester : VII Course : Image Processing (Elective – I) Code : BTET07004 Teaching Scheme Evaluation Scheme Internal Continuous Assessment Theory (ICA) Lecture Practical Tutorial Credit (3 Hrs. 5. Digital Image representation. DFT and 2-D DFT. Elements of digital image processing system. IFFT. students should be able to 1. Image Transforms (implementation) and frequency domain filtering: Introduction to Fourier transform. Analyze various space domain and frequency domain filters and apply them on images. Tech. Filtering in frequency domain: Smoothing and Sharpening filters. Process image in both spatial and frequency domain and to apply various transforms. Arithmetic and logic operations. FFT. Image Sampling and quantization. To design techniques for filtering images and feature extraction 4. storage. To understand Image basics and resolutions 2. To comprehend Image processing techniques in spatial and frequency domain 3. 4.

. 1st edition. 2004 2. PHI. Total 10 08 5 07 6 08 45 Text Books: 1. 2. Dilation. and Regional descriptors. William K. 2003 3. 2. Castleman. Morphological algorithm operations on binary images. Minimum two assignments. Hadamard transform. duly recorded and graded. Image compression models. Reference Books: 1. Term Work: 1. Erosion. 7th Indian reprint. Representation and Description: Detection of discontinuities. Interpixel Pysycho-visual. Image Representation schemes. Kenneth R. 1st edition. Lossy compression. 2009. John Wiley & Sons. Discrete cosine transform. fidelity criteria. 4 Image Data Compression: Fundamentals. Digital Image Processing. Image compression standards: Binary image and Continuous tone still image compression standards. Pearson Publication. 2nd Edition. Digital Image Processing and Analysis. Anil K. Optimum transform: Karhunen – Loeve (Hotelling) transform. video compression standards. Edge linking and Boundary detection. | 78 Walsh transform. Digital Image processing.C Gonzalez and Richard Woods. Thresholding Region based segmentation. Digital Image processing. Pearson publication. 2008.E X T C & E L E X E n g g . R. Minimum ten experiments covering the whole syllabus. Morphological algorithm operations on gray-scale images Image Segmentation. Opening. Hit –or-Miss transformation. Slant transform. Dutta Majumder. B. Morphological Image Processing: Introduction. Error free compression. Digital Image Processing. Jain. 2011. 3rd Edition. PHI. Boundary descriptors. closing. Pratt. Redundancies: Coding. Chanda & D.

heat dissipation. and instrumentation to allow applications-oriented design. vane. 04 06 .Linear actuator -. 2. Describe and analyze the systems approach of the process control in industry and State-of-the-art coverage of computer integrated manufacturing and flexible manufacturing systems as applicable in industrial applications. types.E X T C & E L E X E n g g . Advanced Automation Functions. piston pumps-motorsselection and specification-Drive characteristics . To implement the skills based on computer-based controllers. Levels of Automations.standard circuit symbols. accumulators . To provide knowledge to learn essential concepts behind control system elements and operations. 2. circuit (flow) analysis. Objectives: 1. 2. To expose students to the topics of process control. Tech. Detailed Syllabus: Unit Description Duration 04 1. Principles and Strategies of Automation. (EXTC) Semester : VII Course : Introduction to Automation (Elective – II) Code : BTET07008 Teaching Scheme Evaluation Scheme Internal Continuous Assessment Theory Lecture Practical Tutorial Credit (3 Hrs. (ICA) 100 Marks) As per Institute Norms 3 2 0 4 50 50 Pre-requisite: Knowledge of basic electronics and control theory. Apply the knowledge with an understanding of the essential concepts behind control system elements and operations. Electro Hydraulic servo valves-Different types characteristics and performance. 3. measurement. | 87 Program: B. Reservoir capacity. Control and Regulation Elements Direction flow and pressure control valves-Methods of actuation. Introduction to Automation Automation in Production System. Basic Elements of an Automated System. overlapped and under lapped spool valves-operating characteristics.Electro Hydraulic System. 3. sizing of ports-pressure and temperature compensation. Outcomes: After successful completion of this course. Introduction to Fluid Power Generating/Utilizing Elements Hydraulic pumps and motor gears. students should be able to 1.

Automation. 5. Groover. Direction control. Flow control. Practical examples based on simple automation tasks. Pearson Education. Production Systems and Computer-Integrated Manufacturing. Robotics and Mechatronics Introduction to Sensorics Technology. 3rd edition. Programming with Relay and PLC 8. PLC Introduction to Automation Technology and Programming Languages (Ladder Diagram). Valves. Magnetic. Data acquisition. Basic electrical circuits and operation. Basic hydraulics circuits and Electro Pneumatics. Physical Fundamentals and principles of Pneumatics. types of proportional control devices. Functions of Inductive. Hydraulic components (Pump. Basics and Fundamentals. Interface I/O modules with PLC. Compressed Air). PID control. direct digital control Review of Ztransform theory and its application in digital control Digital PID algorithms 7. PI & PID controller. Hydraulic symbols. 2007. Mikell P. Johnson Curtis. Electrical operation. 2007. Process Control Instrumentation Technology. 8th edition. | 88 4. Hydraulics Introduction to Hydraulics. Pneumatics Introduction to Pneumatics. Sensorics. Total 06 06 06 07 06 45 Text Books: 1. Practical examples based on simple automation tasks 6. 2. Valves. Comparison between conventional and proportional valves. Spool configurations.Pressure relief. PI. set point control. Pneumatic Components (Compressor. etc. Area of application. Physical Fundamentals and principles. Working principle of relays and contactors. Selection & sizing with reference to manufacturer’s data. related terminologies. Ultrasonic and Optical types of sensors.). parameter adjustments and implications Electronic P. Control schemes & controllers On/OFF control.E X T C & E L E X E n g g . Basic hydraulics circuits and Electro Hydraulics. P. Introduction to Robot Technology Basics of Mechatronics and Modular Mechatronics. . Solenoid design. Prentice hall of India. Capacitive.

3. 1996. Patranabis. duly recorded and graded. . Minimum ten experiments covering the whole syllabus. 2. Thomson Delmar Learning. . | 89 Reference Books: 1. Industrial Process Control Systems. Term Work: 1. 2. Minimum two assignments. 2nd edition.E X T C & E L E X E n g g . Study Material from Bosch-Rexroth Automation Company. Dale R. Principles of Process Control. TMGH. Patrick and Stephen Fardo. 2009. D. 2nd edition.