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Regulations and Curriculum for

B. Tech. Electronics and Communication Engineering 2009-2010

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PONDICHERRY UNIVERSITY BACHELOR OF TECHNOLOGY PROGRAMMES (EIGHT SEMESTERS)
REGULATIONS 1. 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 45% marks (a mere pass for OBC and SC/ST candidates) in aggregate of subjects – Mathematics, Physics and any one of the following optional subjects: Chemistry / Biotechnology/ Computer Science / Biology (Botany & Zoology) or an Examination of any University or Authority recognized by the Executive Council of the Pondicherry University as equivalent thereto. (b) For Lateral entry in to third semester of the eight semester B.Tech programme: The minimum qualification for admission is a pass in three year diploma or four year sandwich diploma course in engineering / technology with a minimum of 60 % marks (50% marks for OBC and a mere pass for SC/ST candidates) in aggregate in the subjects covered from 3rd to final semester or a pass in any B.Sc. course with mathematics as one of the subjects of study with a minimum of 60 % marks ( 50% marks for OBC and a mere pass for SC/ST candidates) in aggregate in main and ancillary subjects excluding language subjects. The list of diploma programs approved for admission for each of the degree programs is given in Annexure A. 2. 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. 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.

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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 - Civil Engineering Branch II - Mechanical Engineering Branch III - Electronics & Communication Engineering Branch IV - Computer Science & Engineering Branch V - Electrical & Electronics Engineering Branch VI - Chemical Engineering Branch VII - Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering Branch VIII - Information Technology Branch IX - Instrumentation & Control Engineering Branch X - Biomedical Engineering 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 practical courses as given in the curriculum 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 semester in all subjects as well as university examinations conducted by Pondicherry University at the end of the semester (November / December or April / May). (a) Theory 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:
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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% A minimum of three tests are to be conducted for every theory subject and, of them two best are to be considered for computation of internal assessment marks. (b) Practical courses for which there is a university practical examination of 50 marks: Every practical subject carries an internal assessment mark of 50 distributed as follows: (i) Regular laboratory exercises and records – 20 marks (ii) Internal practical test15 marks (iii) Internal viva-voce – 5 marks and (iv) Attendance – 10 marks. The marks earmarked for attendance are to be awarded as follows: 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 the University along with a medical certificate obtained from a medical officer not below the rank of Assistant Director) (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. 9. 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
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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 (12 consecutive semesters for students admitted under lateral entry). 10. PASSING MINIMUM: (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. (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. (b) The candidate should have attended all the college examinations as well as university examinations. (c) If a candidate has failed in more than two papers in the current university examination, his/her representation for revaluation will not be considered. (d) 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 up to 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. 11. AWARD OF LETTER GRADES: The assessment 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:

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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

Note: ‘F’ denotes failure in the course. ‘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) The college in which the candidate has studied. (b) The list of courses enrolled during the semester and the grades scored. (c) 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 ( C ) of courses registered and the corresponding grades points ( GP ) scored in those courses, taken for all the courses and sum of the number of credits of all the courses GPA = (Sum of (C × GP)/ Sum of C) CGPA will be calculated in a similar manner, considering all the courses enrolled from first semester. FA grades are to be excluded for calculating GPA and CGPA.
(e) The conversion of CGPA into percentage marks is as given below

% Mark = (CGPA - 0.5) × 10 12. AWARD OF CLASS AND RANK: (i) A candidate who satisfies the course requirements for all semesters and who passes all the examinations prescribed for all the eight semesters (six semesters for lateral entry candidates) within a maximum period of 7 years (6 years for lateral entry
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Withdrawal shall be permitted only once during the entire course.candidates) 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. 14. (v) For the Award of University ranks and Gold Medal for each branch of study. amend or change the regulations of curriculum and syllabus as and when found necessary. (iv) All other candidates who qualify for the award of degree shall be declared to have passed the examination in SECOND CLASS. (iii) 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 eight semesters after his/her commencement of study in the third semester and in addition secures CGPA not less than 6. he/she shall apply through the Head of the Institution in advance and obtain a written order from the University permitting discontinuance. candidates who withdraw are also eligible to be awarded DISTINCTION whereas they are not eligible to be awarded a rank. (ii) 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. and on the recommendation of the Head of the Institution be granted permission by the University to withdraw from writing the entire semester examination as one Unit. REVISION OF REGULATIONS AND CURRICULUM: The University may from time to time revise. Other conditions being satisfactory. the CGPA secured from 1st to 8th semester alone should be considered and it is mandatory that the candidate should have passed all the subjects from 1st to 8th semester in the first attempt. 13. 15. 7 . A candidate after temporary discontinuance may rejoin the course only at the commencement of the semester at which he/she discontinued.5 shall declared to have passed the examination in FIRST CLASS.50 and above for the semesters 3 to 8 shall be declared to have passed the examination in FIRST CLASS with DISTINCTION. for valid reasons. DISCONTINUATION OF COURSE: If a candidate wishes to temporarily discontinue the course for valid reasons. The withdrawal application shall be valid only if it is made earlier than the commencement of the last theory examination pertaining to that semester. Rank certificates would be issued to the first ten candidates in each branch of study. 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. including of the period of discontinuance. PROVISION FOR WITHDRAWAL: A candidate may. provided he/she pays the prescribed fees to the University.

ANNEXURE – A (Diploma programs for admission for B. Lateral Entry) B.Tech courses in which admission is sought Civil Engineering Diploma courses eligible for admission Civil Engineering Civil and Rural Engineering Architectural Assistantship Architecture Agricultural Engineering 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 Machine tool maintenance and Repairs Printing Technology / Engineering Textile Engineering / Technology Tool Engineering Electrical Engineering Electrical and Electronics Engineering Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering Instrumentation Engineering / Technology Electronics and Communication Engg.Tech. Electronics Engineering Medical Electronics Instrumentation and Control Engineering Applied Electronics Chemical Engineering Chemical Technology Petrochemical Technology Petroleum Engineering Ceramic Technology Plastic Engineering Paper & Pulp Technology Polymer Technology Computer Science and Engineering Computer Technology Electrical and Electronics Engineering Electronics & Communication Engineering Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering Instrumentation Engineering / Technology Mechanical Engineering Electrical and Electronics Engineering Electronics & Communication Engineering Electronic and Instrumentation Engineering Instrumentation and Control Engineering Bio Medical Engineering Chemical Engineering Information Technology Computer Science & Engineering 8 .

T107 T108 T109 T104 T105 T106 P101 P102 P103 P107 Name of the Subjects Theory Mathematics – II Material Science Environmental Science Basic Electrical and Electronics Engineering Engineering Thermodynamics Computer Programming Practical Computer Programming Engineering Graphics Basic Electrical & Electronics Laboratory NSS / NCC * Total Periods L T P 3 4 4 3 3 3 2 1 1 1 1 3 3 3 9 Credits 4 3 3 4 4 3 2 2 2 27 Marks IA UE TM 25 25 25 25 25 25 75 75 75 75 75 75 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 900 50 50 50 50 50 50 .22 2 50 50 50 50 50 50 300 600 II Semester Code No.Tech (Electronics and Communication Engineering) CURRICULUM I Semester Code No.22 4 * To be completed in I and II semesters..PONDICHERRY UNIVERSITY B. under Pass / Fail option only and not counted for CGPA calculation.. 9 . Name of the Subjects Theory Mathematics – I Physics Chemistry Basic Civil and Mechanical Engineering Engineering Mechanics Communicative English Practical Physics Laboratory Chemistry Laboratory Workshop Practice Total Periods L T P 3 4 4 4 3 4 1 1 3 3 3 9 Credits Marks IA UE TM 25 25 25 25 25 25 75 75 75 75 75 75 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 900 T101 T102 T103 T110 T111 T112 P104 P105 P106 4 4 4 4 4 3 2 2 2 29 .300 600 .

Name of the Subjects Periods L T P 1 1 1 1 4 3 3 3 9 Credits IA 4 3 3 4 4 4 2 2 2 28 25 25 25 25 25 25 50 50 Marks UE TM 75 75 75 75 75 75 50 50 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 MA T31 EC T32 EC T33 EC T34 EC T35 EC T36 EC P31 EC P32 EC P33 Theory Mathematics –III 3 Electrical Engineering 4 Data Structures and Algorithms 3 Electron Devices 4 Circuit Theory 3 3 Engineering Electromagnetics and Waves Practical Electrical Engineering Laboratory Data Structures and Algorithms Laboratory Electron Devices Laboratory Total 20 50 50 100 300 600 900 IV Semester Code No. Name of the Subjects Theory Numerical Methods and Techniques Electronic Circuits-I Signals and Systems Networks and Transmission Lines Digital Circuits Analog Communication Systems Practical Electronic Circuits – I Laboratory Digital Circuits Laboratory Communication Laboratory-I Physical Education * Total Periods L T P 3 3 3 3 3 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 Credits Marks IA UE TM 25 25 25 25 25 25 75 75 75 75 75 75 100 100 100 100 100 100 MA T41 EC T42 EC T43 EC T44 EC T45 EC T46 4 4 4 4 4 4 EC P41 EC P42 EC P43 SP P44 18 - 3 3 3 - 2 2 2 30 50 50 50 - 50 50 50 - 100 100 100 - 6 9 300 600 900 * Student is required to secure a pass and no grade will be awarded 10 .III Semester Code No.

V Semester Code Name of the Subjects Theory Probability and Random Processes Electronic Circuits-II System Design using ICs Digital Signal Processing Linear and Digital Control Systems Waveguides.3 20 4 12 11 2 28 100 400 .100 600 1000 .3 19 5 12 VI Semester Code No. Antennas and Wave Propagation Practical Electronic Circuits – II Laboratory System Design using ICs Laboratory Networks and Transmission Lines Laboratory General Proficiency – I Total Periods L T P 3 3 4 3 3 3 1 1 1 1 1 3 3 3 Credits Marks IA UEE TM 25 25 25 25 25 25 50 50 50 100 300 75 75 75 75 75 75 50 50 50 600 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 900 MAT51 EC T52 EC T53 EC T54 EC T55 EC T56 EC P51 EC P52 EC P53 HS P54 4 4 4 4 4 4 2 2 2 2 32 .II Total Periods L T P 3 3 3 3 4 4 1 1 1 1 3 3 3 Credits Marks IA UE TM 25 25 25 25 25 25 50 50 50 75 75 75 75 75 75 50 50 50 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 EC T61 EC T62 EC T63 EC T64 4 4 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 EC P61 EC P62 EC P63 HS P64 . Name of the Subjects Theory Information Theory and Coding Digital Communication Computer and Communication Networks Microprocessor and Microcontroller Elective-I Elective-II Practical Communication Laboratory..II Computer Networks Laboratory Microprocessor and Microcontroller Laboratory General Proficiency ..

6 15 1 15 VIII Semester Code No..III Embedded Systems Laboratory Seminar Industrial Visit/Training Project Work Total Periods L T P 3 4 4 4 1 Credits Marks IA UE TM 25 25 25 25 50 50 100 100 100 500 75 100 75 100 75 100 75 100 50 50 400 100 100 100 100 100 900 EC T71 EC T72 EC T73 EC P71 EC P72 EC P73 EC P74 EC PW7 3 4 4 3 2 2 1 1 2 22 ..3 ...3 ..3 .VII Semester Code No.. Name of the Subjects Theory Engineering Economics Microwave and Optical Engineering Embedded Systems Elective-III Practical Communication Laboratory. Name of the Subjects Theory Industrial Management Telecommunication Switching Networks Elective-IV Elective-V Practical Advanced Communication Laboratory Comprehensive Viva Professional Ethics Project Work Total Periods L T P 4 4 4 4 16 3 3 3 9 18 Credits Marks IA UE TM 25 25 25 25 50 75 75 75 75 50 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 800 EC T81 EC T82 3 4 3 3 2 2 1 6 24 EC P81 EC P82 EC P83 EC PW8 50 50 100 50 50 350 450 12 .

LIST OF ELECTIVES VI Semester EC E61 Soft Computing EC E62 VLSI Design EC E63 Digital Signal Processors and Applications EC E64 Operating Systems EC E65 Consumer Electronics EC E66 Object Oriented Programming VII Semester EC E71 Digital image Processing EC E72 Special Topics in Communication Engineering EC E73 Cryptography and Network security EC E74 Spread spectrum Communication VIII Semester EC E81 Cellular Mobile communication EC E82 Satellite Communication Systems EC E83 Microwave Integrated Circuit Design EC E84 Optoelectronic Devices EC E85 RF Circuit Design EC E86 Speech Processing 13 .

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Chand & Co. refractive index. Focusing. 2006. 2007. Optics. Mass. UNIT . S. 2008.II Optics: Interference . S. 2008. New Delhi. New Delhi 2008. Polarisation Huygens Theory of Double Refraction – Quarter and Half Wave Plates – Specific Rotary Power – Laurent Half Shade Polarimeter UNIT . Chand & Co. 2 Ajay Ghatak. R.Sabine’s formula for Reverberation Time . 7. CO2 laser. Avadhanulu M N and Kshir Sagar .Principle and Propagation of light in optical fiber – Numerical aperture and acceptance angle – Types of optical fibers (material. – PWR – BWR .IV Wave Mechanics: Matter Waves – de Broglie Wavelength – Uncertainty Principle – Schrödinger Wave Equation – Time Dependent – Time Independent – Application to Particle in a One Dimensional Box – Quantum Mechanical Tunneling – Tunnel Diode. Introduction to Modern Physics.Liquid Penetrant Method UNIT . New Delhi. TMH.Pulse Echo Method . S.I Acoustics and NDT: Ultrasonics . Thiagarajan and Ghatak. Murugeshan. 15 . TMH. New Delhi. mode) UNIT .V Nuclear Energy Source: General Properties of Nucleus (Size.NdYAG. 6. A Text Book of Engineering Physics. NDT applications .Diffraction Grating – Dispersive power of grating . GaAs Laser Fiber Optics . Reference Books: 1.Factors affecting Acoustic of Buildings (Reverberation. Diffraction . 2007.R.III Lasers and Fiber Optics: Lasers . New Delhi.FBTR Text Books: 1.T102 . Density. 4. Modern Engineering Physics. Kennard and cooper . 2. TMH.Principles of Laser – Spontaneous and Stimulated Emissions . Loudness. Concept of Modern Physics. 3. K. TMH. 5. Arthur Beiser. New Delhi. Echo. V Rajendran. Lasers. Chand & Co. New Delhi. New Delhi. Engineering Physics.Resolving Power of Grating and Prism.Disintegration in fission – Nuclear Fusion (p-p and C-N cycle) – Nuclear Reactor: Materials Used in Nuclear Reactors.Air Wedge – Michelson’s Interferometer – Wavelength Determination– Interference Filter – Antireflection Coatings. Charge) – Mass Defect – Binding Energy . A S Vasudeva.Einstein’s Coefficients – Population Inversion and Laser Action – Optical resonators – Types of Lasers .PHYSICS UNIT . Richtmyer.Nambiar. New Age International. Echelon Effect and Resonance) and their Remedies .Ultrasonic Waves Productions (Piezoelectric and Magnetostriction method) – Detections (Acoustic Grating) Acoustics . 2006. New Delhi 2005. 2008. Modern Physics. TMH. Laser and Application.

Thermoplastics and thermosets. electromotive series.mechanism of radical. New Delhi. zeolite process and ion exchange process. single electrode potential.H2-O2 fuel cell. 2008. polyurethane. Water softening method – internal and external conditioning – lime-soda process. Dhanpat Rai and Sons. laclanche cell.EDTA method.II Polymers : Classification. NiCd battery and alkaline battery.. properties and uses of PVC. Dara. Cu-Ni and Mg-Zn systems.III Electrochemical Cells: Galvanic cells. rd 2. silicone and butyl rubber. P. Rubbers vulcanization. Protective coating . buna N. Ag /AgCl and glass electrodes. Determination of hardness of water. condensed phase rule. TEFLON. synthetic rubber. Meerut. N. Polymer properties . pitting.primary and secondary cells.chemical resistance. Batteries . Two component alloy systems .types of protective coatings-metallic coating-tinning and galvanizing.V Phase Rule: Definition and derivation of phase rule. EMF of a cell and its measurement. S.laminar composites. solution and gas phase polymerization. Chand & Co. Desalination – reverse osmosis and electrodialysis.Pb-Ag.C. Reference Books: 1. Sharma.classification and applications. Madhavan. A Textbook of Engineering Chemistry. New Delhi. S.IV Corrosion And Its Control: Chemical and electrochemical corrosion-Galvanic seriesgalvanic. 3 edition Krishna Prakashan Media (P) Ltd. Preparation. standard electrode potential. PHI Learning PVT. Engineering Chemistry. Disadvantages of hardwater-boiler scale and sludge. types of polymerization reactions . UNIT .. Electrolyte concentration cell. Bakelite. UNIT . K. Text books: 1. Reference electrodes-hydrogen calomel. Jain and Monika Jain. New Delhi 2004. lead acid storage cell. suspension. Application to one component system . Thermal analysis. emulsion. B. Krishnamurthy. crystallinity and effect of temperature. buna S. Ltd. Nernst equation. Engineering Chemistry. S.. LTD. priming and foaming and boiler corrosion. Conducting polymers .T103 – CHEMISTRY UNIT .I Water: Hardness of water – units and calcium carbonate equivalent. UNIT . stress and concentration cell corrosion. Fuel cells . 16 . 2. Polymerization techniques -bulk. Vallinayagam and D. caustic embrittlement. electroplating and anodizing. Nylons. Polymer composites – FRP . cladding. ionic and Ziegler-Natta polymerizations.water and sulphur systems. UNIT . P. 2001.cathodic protection and corrosion inhibitors. Engineering Chemistry. Mn and Mw. Factors influencing corrosioncorrosion control methods . 2nd edition.

Steam generators(Boilers) – Classification – Constructional features (of only low pressure boilers) – Boiler mountings and accessories.IV Internal and External Combustion Systems: Working principles of IC engines Classification – Diesel and petrol engines: two stroke and four stroke engines.their properties and uses.BASIC CIVIL AND MECHANICAL ENGINEERING PART-A CIVIL ENGINEERING UNIT . tidal. Conventional Power Generation Systems: Hydraulic. UNIT . Masonry. Soils and their classification Foundations-Functions and types of foundations. UNIT .B MECHANICAL ENGINEERING UNIT . uses of surveying . steel.T 110 . floor space index-construction materials-stone. and deep drawing processes. wave. Dams-Purpose.V Non-Conventional Energy Systems (Description Only): Solar thermal systems – Solar photovoltaic – Solar pond – wind. UNIT . Water bound macadam road. selection of site. Water supply-sources and quality requirements. general principles of surveying – Basic terms and definitions of chain. blanking. geothermal and ocean thermal energy conversion systems. steam and gas turbines power plants – Schemes and layouts – Selection criteria of above power plants.I Buildings. Building Materials: Buildings-Definition-Classification according to NBCplinth area. brazing and soldering – Bolted joint types – Adhesive Bonding. brick. Floor area. Rainwater harvesting. PART .II Buildings and their Components: Buildings. 17 . shearing. contours.III Basic Infrastructure: Surveying-classification. their characteristics and uses. Floors-functions and types of floors. classification of adhesives – applications. bending. Roofs and types of roofs. carpet area.Various Components and their functions. Sheet Metal ProcessingPunching. compass and leveling surveying . Bridges-components and types of bridges. cement-mortar. types of dams and components. cement. cement concrete road.VI Metal Joining: Elements of arc and gas welding. descriptions and applications . concrete. Casting : Green and dry sand moulding processes for ferrous and non-ferrous metals – applications. Roads-types. UNIT . bituminous road.

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Resultant of force system – Concurrent and non concurrent coplanar forces.Energy equation – Conservative forces and principle of conservation of energy.I Fundamental of Mechanics: Basic Concepts Force System and Equilibrium. UNIT .2 Dynamics. work and energy.II Plane Trusses: Degrees of freedom. UNIT . screws and belt friction. ladders. M. concept of free body diagrams. Engineering Mechanics – Statics & Dynamics.V Kinematics and Kinetics of Rigid bodies: Plane motion. Rajesekaran. Nagan. Moment and Couple.. Engineering Mechanics. New Age International (p) Ltd. 19 . Types of supports and reactions. F. 1 Statics and Vol.S and K.Rajashekarappa. D’Alembert’s principle. McGraw – Hill International Edition. S and Sankara Subramanian. G. translating axes and rotating axes. Varignon’s theorem. Vector Mechanics for Engineers. Absolute motion. UNIT . Vol. mass moment of inertia.T111 . applications in solving the problems on static equilibrium of bodies. Beer. Relative motion. New Delhi. work. Tata McGraw-Hill. E.. Palanichamy.R. Principle of Transmissibility. wedges.G. Analysis of Trusses-method of joints.. polar moment of inertia. 2. Impulse – momentum. S. second moment of inertia and product moment of inertia.Rectilinear motion. 1997.2008.ENGINEERING MECHANICS UNIT .IV Kinematics and Kinetics of Particles: Equations of motion . 2002.Bhavikatti.2001.S. 2.S. Static dry friction. impulse and momentum Text Books 1. radius of gyration. Types of loads.. Condition of static equilibrium for coplanar force system. Engineering Mechanics.III Properties of Surfaces: Properties of sections – area. UNIT . curvelinear motion. centroids of lines. stability of equilibrium. Definition of Force.P and Johnson Jr. simple contact friction problems. Impact – Direct central impact and oblique central impact. method of sections Friction: Introduction. moment of inertia first moment of inertia. Reference Books 1. areas and volumes. Vikas Publishing House Private Ltd. Relative motion.

T112 . indices.V Oral Communication: Basics of phonetics – Presentation skills – Group Discussions – Dialogue writing – Short Extempore – Debates-Role Plays-Conversation Practice Reference Books: 1.COMMUNICATIVE ENGLISH UNIT . Sethi. Effective Technical Communication.. New Delhi. New Delhi..I Basic Communication Theory: Importance of Communication – stages of communication. New Delhi.Intensive Reading and Reviewing UNIT . Ltd.2006.Dixson.. Ashraf M.OUP.2007. journals. scanning. Meenakshi Raman and Sangeeta Sharma.Dixson. cohesive writing.2007. Practice in Summary Writing – Four modes of writing – Use of dictionaries. 2007. internet etc. predicting and responding to context.. barriers – Developing effective listening skills. New Delhi.J and Kamalesh Sadanand. 2002. Everyday Dialogues in English. Pearson Education. Robert J. UNIT . Ltd. Prentice-Hall of India Pvt. Robert J. 6. Business Communication Today. 5. Courtland R et al. 2. 20 . PrenticeHall of India Pvt.II Comprehension and Analysis: Comprehension of technical and non-technical material – Skimming. 3. inferring-Note making and extension of vocabulary. Tata-McGraw.. Ltd.. types.Rizvi. library references – making bibliographical entries with regard to sources from books.IV Business Writing / Correspondence: Report writing – Memoranda – Notice – Instruction – Letters – Resumes – Job applications UNIT .III Writing: Effective sentences. 4.Complete Course in English. Technical Communication Principles and Practice. 2005.. modes of communication – barriers to communication – strategies for effective communication – Listening: Importance. UNIT . Prentice-Hall of India Pvt. . Definitions. clarity and conciseness in writing – Introduction to Technical Writing – Better paragraphs. A Practical Course in English Pronunciation. Boove.

Newton’s rings 7.P104 . Half shade polarimeter – Determination of specific rotatory power 9. reflection grating (vernier calipers) & particle size determination 14. Laser experiment: wavelength determination using transmission grating. Thermal conductivity – Lee’s DISC 2. Determination of optical absorption coefficient of materials using laser 15. Determination of numerical aperture of an optical fiber 21 . Field along the axis of coil carrying current 12. Jolly’s experiment – determination of α 10. Spectrometer – Transmission grating 5.Ordinary & Extraordinary rays 6. Vibration magnetometer – calculation of magnetic moment & pole strength 13. Spectrometer – Prism or Hollow prism 4. Air – wedge 8. Magnetism: i – h curve 11. Thermal conductivity .Radial flow 3. Spectrometer .PHYSICS LABORATORY List of experiments (Any 10 Experiments) 1.

22 . 3. 5. Estimation of vinegar. Percentage composition of sugar solution by viscometry. 10.CHEMISTRY LABORATORY List of experiments (Any 10 Experiments) 1. Estimation of available chlorine in bleaching powder. Estimation of ferrous and ferric iron in a solution mixture by dichrometry. 9. 6. 3. 2. Estimation of iron by colorimetry. Determination of dissolved oxygen in water. Determination of total hardness of water by EDTA method. Estimation of copper in copper sulphate solution. Determination of COD of water sample. Estimation of calcium by permanganometry. 7. 4. 12. Estimation of chloride content in water. Estimation of magnesium by EDTA. Determination of carbonate and bicarbonate in water. Demonstration Experiments (Any two of the following) 1. 11. Estimation of ferrous by permanganometry. 2. 8.P105 . Determination of lead by conductometry.

Single V butt welding (Arc) III . Waste collection tray IV . Funnel 3.Sheet metal work 1. Study of tools and machineries 2. Study of arc and gas welding equipment and tools – Edge preparation – Exercises on lap joint and V Butt joints – Demonstration of gas welding 3. Exercises on symmetric joints and joints with acute angle. Study of tools and Machineries – exercises on simple products Sheet metal like Office tray and waste collection tray. 4. 1.WORKSHOP PRACTICE Sl.Carpentry 1. Study of arc and gas welding equipment and tools 2. Trade Fitting Welding List of Exercises Study of tools and Machineries.Fitting 1.P106 . 2. work Study of tools and Machineries – Exercises on Lap joints and Carpentry Mortise joints LIST OF EXERCISES I .Welding 1.Simple lap welding (Arc) 3. 23 .No. Half lap joint 3.Study of tools and Machineries 2.Acute angle fitting II . Study of tools and machineries 2. Corner mortise joint.Symmetric fitting 3.

K. Text Books: 1.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). Venkataraman. Engineering Mathematics (Third Year-Part A).MATHEMATICS – II UNIT . 2001. kurtosis and skewness based on moments only. simple problems for their verification. inverse hyperbolic and logarithmic functions of a complex variable – separation of real and imaginary parts. UNIT .T107 . tan(nθ). A Text Book of Engineering Mathematics. cos(nθ). sin (nθ). hyperbolic. 2. M. UNIT .P. Second Edition. Poisson and Normal . UNIT . The National Publishing Company. Venkataraman.IV Vector Analysis: Scalar fields and Vector fields – Gradient.K. Engineering Mathematics (First Year). approximation and coefficients. N. M. Exponential. Probability distributions: Binomial. exponential and logarithmic series (without proof) – problems on summation. Madras. 24 . tann θ. UNIT . The National Publishing Company. 2007. Lakshmi Publications. Reference Book: 1.evaluation of statistical parameters for these three distributions. Madras. Correlation and regression – rank correlation. Bali and Manish Goyal.V Statistics: Moments. Divergence and Curl – their properties and relations – Gauss and Stokes theorems (without proof). New Delhi. cosn θ.III Trigonometry: Expansions for sinn θ. circular.I Algebra: Binomial. 2001.

2001. 2003.Lattice defects – Qualitative ideas of point. Packing Factor for FCC & HCP structures – Miller Indices for a cubic crystal– Powder X Ray Diffraction Method . Materials Science. 6. John Wiley and sons. Magneto optical recording UNIT . M Arumugam . Ferro & Ferri) – Quantum theory of Para & Ferro Magnetism – Domain Theory of Hysteresis – Heisenberg Theory of Exchange Interaction (without derivation) – Qualitative ideas of Anti ferromagnetic Ordering – Structure and Properties of Ferrites – Properties of Soft & Hard Magnetic Materials – Applications: floppy disks.Application of Hall Effect . Charles Kittel. Singapore . Atomic Radius. CD ROM. 2004. 2006. Elements of Solid State Physics. PHI Learning.III Magnetic Properties: Elementary Ideas of classification of magnetic materials (Dia.IV Semiconductors and Superconductors: Derivation of Carrier concentration in intrinsic Semiconductor – Hall effect in Semiconductors -. PHI Learning. John Wiley & sons. 2. V Raghavan . 25 . Materials Science and Engineering.. Charles P Poole and Frank J Owens.Temperature and frequency dependence of dielectric constant – Measurement of Dielectric constant and loss using Scherring bridge – Elementary ideas of Piezoelectrics. 3. Anuratha Printers.MATERIAL SCIENCE UNIT . M Ali Omar. Solid State Physics– New Age International. 2. Addison Wesley Publishing Co. UNIT . Wiley Interscience. 4. Two & three Dimensional) – Physical Properties and Applications of Carbon Nano Tubes Text books: 1. S. 2000. UNIT . 2008.A First Course. Reference Books: 1.Basic concepts of superconductivity – transition temperature – Meissener effect – Type I and II superconductors – high temperature superconductors – 123 superconductor. UNIT . Elementary Solid State Physics. Para. Material Science and Engineering.V Advanced Materials: Liquid Crystals – Types – Application as Display Devices – Metallic Glasses – Nanomaterials (one.I Crystal Structure and Defects: Crystal Systems – Bravais Lattices – Coordination Number. Srivatsava J P.2007. Introduction to Nanotechnology.O Pillai .II Dielectric Properties: Dielectric Polarization and Mechanism – Internal or local Field Clausius-Mossotti relation – Dielectric loss .2005. Ferroelectrics and Pyroelectric materials and its Applications. line. surface and volume defects.Basic Ideas of Compound Semiconductors (II-VI & III-V) .. Introduction to Solid State Physics. William D Callister Jr. 5.T108 .

Mineral resources-mineral wealth of India. marine pollution. noise pollution.III Air Pollution: Air pollution-sources of air pollution. human-wildlife conflicts. Ozone depletion-causes. grass land. food webs and ecological pyramids. Water conservation. Green house effect-causes and effects on global climate and consequences. Acid rain-theory of acid rain and effects. population explosion. Environmental protection act-air (prevention and control of pollution) act. chlorofluro carbons and particulates. use and conflicts over water. hydrocarbon. thermal pollution and radioactive pollution. UNIT . overgrazing and land resources-land degradation. Environmental ethics. estuarine and marine) ecosystem. soil pollution. Value of biodiversity – consumptive use. Resettlement and rehabilitation of people. Food resources-world food problems. mechanism and effect on the environment. poaching of wild life. social. variation among nations. environmental effects of extracting and using mineral resources. forest conservation act. water shed management. Endangered and endemic species.I Environmental Segments and Natural Resources: Environmental segments-lithosphere. role of information technology in environment and human health. Conservation of biodiversity-in situ and ex-situ conservation of biodiversity. Food chains. consumers and decomposers. effects and control measures of oxides of nitrogen. Threats to biodiversity-habitat loss. Smogsulfurous and photochemical smog-effect on the environment.Forest resources-use and overexploitation. effect and control measures of urban and industrial wastes.V Social Issues and the Environment: From unsustainable to sustainable development. hydrosphere. water (prevention and control of pollution) act. environmental impact of modern agriculture-fertilizer and pesticides. soil erosion and desertification. Urban problems related to energy. UNIT . forest management.ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE UNIT . Human population and the environment-population growth. structure and function of forest. productive use. Pollutants-classification. Producers. Sources. biosphere and atmosphere-layers of atmosphere. oxides of sulphur. aesthetic and option values. UNIT . dams-benefits and problems. characteristic features. types. Water resources-sources.II Ecosystem and Biodiversity: Concept of an ecosystem-structure and function of an ecosystem. Consumerism and waste products. Role of an individual in prevention of pollution. rain water harvesting. deforestation.IV Water Pollution and Solid Waste Management Sources: effects and control measures of –water pollution.T109 . oxides of carbon. Solid waste management – causes. Energy flow in the ecosystem. Energy resourcesgrowing energy needs renewable and non-renewable energy resources and use of alternateenergy sources. Pollution-definition and classification. UNIT . 26 . Introduction. ethical.land slides. wildlife protection act. Hot spots of biodiversity. desert and aquatic (fresh water. Biodiversity-definition-genetic species and ecosystem diversity.

2008. Pvt. 2. Chennai. 2006. New Delhi. Fundamental concepts of environmental chemistry.Dara. Pearson education inc. Chand and Company Ltd. 4. New Delhi 3.S. Scitech Publications. Narosa publishing house. New Delhi. S. De.K. 27 . 2. Meenakshi. Sodhi. 2002. Richard T. G. India. A. K. “ A text book of environmental chemistry and pollution control. B. Meerut. Wright. Sharma. “Environmental chemistry” goel publishing house. K. “Environmental chemistry” 6th edn.Text Books: 1. Raghavan Nambiar. Ltd. “Text Book of Environmental Studies” 2nd edition. S . environmental science. New Delhi. New Delhi. 9th edition. 2006. “Elements of environmental science and engineering” PHI Learning. S. Reference Books: 1. 2007 5. New age international (P) Ltd. 2001. P.

equivalent resistance. Components of AC transmission and distributions systems – line diagram. UNIT – VI Model of communication system – Analog and digital – Wired and wireless channel. UNIT – II Node and mesh methods of analysis of DC circuits and simple AC circuits . Full adder and Subtractors. power measurement – voltmeter and ammeter method. satellite. JK. synchronous generator. PART B – ELECTRONICS UNIT – IV Half-wave rectifier and Full-wave rectifier.Amplifiers-common emitter and common collector amplifiers. star/delta conversion. Block diagram of various communication systems – Microwave. T and D. form and peak factors – real and reactive power – power factor. Concepts of AC circuits – rms value. average value. induction motor (single phase).Strain gauge – Piezo electric transducer.Introduction to three phase circuits. UNIT – V Boolean algebra – Reduction of Boolean expressions – De-Morgan’s theorem – Logic gates – Implementation of Boolean expressions – Flip flops – RS.filters .T104 .Transformer.Hartley oscillator and RC phase shift oscillator. Transducers – Resistance temperature detector (RTD) – Linear variable differential transformer (LVDT) . Introduction to three phase system . MAN and WAN – Circuit and packet switching – Overview of ISDN. Sequential logic – Ripple counters and shift registers. optical fiber and cellular mobile system.BASIC ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING PART A – ELECTRICAL UNIT – I Review of Kirchoff’s laws . Combinational logic – Half adder. UNIT – III Principle of DC generator and motor . Network model – LAN.phase and line parameters – relations. 28 . Sources for electrical energy conversion-thermal and hydraulic plant (Block diagram approach only).series and parallel circuits. two and three wattmeter methods.

New Delhi.P. 29 . 2007. Smarajit Ghosh. A Course in Electrical Power.Gupta. Tata McGraw-Hill Ltd. George Kennedy and Bernard Davis. J. Ian McKenzie Smith. New Delhi.J. PHI Learning. Electronics communication Systems. 2. 3.Nagrath. Katson Publishing House. Pearson Education Limited. Hughes revised by John Hiley. New Delhi. Second Edition. New Delhi.. 2007. Fundamentals of Electrical and Electronics Engineering. Keith Brown.Text Books: 1.B. Reference Books: 1.Kothari and I. PHI Learning. 2007. Theory and Problems of Basic Electrical Engineering. 2. Electrical and Electronics Technology. D.

. dual cycle and Bryton cycles and their efficiencies UNIT . Wark. “Engineering Thermodynamics with Applications”.IV Gas Power Cycles: Air standard cycles: The air standard Carnot cycle .Reversible and irreversible processes .Liquifaction and solidification of gases Text Books: 1. 2006 30 ..An Engineering Approach".III Second Law of Thermodynamics: Equilibrium and the second law .Air standard Otto cycle. 2. K.1998. 4. 2. Arora. Huang. 1986.A. UNIT .Entropy UNIT .1985 Reference Books : 1. F..Thermal equilibrium .Carnot principle . Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Co.F.V Refrigeration Cycles and Systems: Reverse Carnot cycle . “Engineering Thermodynamics”.Zeroth law of Thermodynamics. McGraw Hill. Nag.I Basic Concepts and Definitions: Energy conversion and efficiencies . M..System. Burghardt..Clausius inequality. property and state . McGraw Hill. P.Y.A. Ltd..Conservation of Energy principle for closed and open systems Calculation of work for different processes of expansion of gases UNIT .1989.II First Law of Thermodynamics: The concept of work and adiabatic process . “Engineering Thermodynamics” 2nd edition . New Delhi.. “Thermodynamics” ..Y.Vapor compression refrigeration cycle and systems (only theory) .P. Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Co. diesel cycle. 4th edition.T105 – ENGINEERING THERMODYNAMICS UNIT . New Delhi. Ltd. 3. and Boles.Gas refrigeration cycle . Harper and Row. Ltd. Y.1995. 4th edition.Absorption refrigeration system (only theory).COP . C..Heat engines Kelvin-Planck statement of second law of thermodynamics .. Cengel. N. M. 4th edition.Temperature .. K. "Thermodynamics .D. Macmillan Publishing Co.First law of thermodynamics .Y. N. N. “Thermodynamics”.. 5th edition.

pointers and structures UNIT – V Files – operations on a file – Random access to files – command line arguments Introduction to preprocessor – Macro substitution directives – File inclusion directives – conditional compilation directives – Miscellaneous directives Text Books: 1. Second Impression. Balagurusamy. Ashok N Kamthane.Hardware – Software – categories of Software – Operating System – Applications of Computers . Reference Books: 1. Introduction to C – C tokens – data types – Operators and expressions – I/O functions UNIT – III Decision making statements – branching and looping – arrays – multidimensional arrays – Functions – Recursion – Passing array to functions Storage classes – Strings – String library functions UNIT – IV Structures – Arrays and Structures – nested structures – passing structures to functions – user defined data types– Union Pointers – pointers and arrays – pointers and functions . New Age International Publishers. 31 .Kavichithra. “Computer Programming”.Pseudo code.COMPUTER PROGRAMMING UNIT – I History of Computers – Block diagram of a Computer – Components of a Computer system – Classification of computers . 2007. 2006. Third edition. 2. Pearson education.pointers and strings .T106 . Tata McGraw Hill.Role of Information Technology – Internet and its services – Intranet – Study of word processor – Preparation of worksheets UNIT – II Problem solving techniques – Program – Program development cycle – Algorithm design – Flowchart . First Edition. “Programming in ANSI C”. Venugopal and C. E. “Computer Programming”. K. 2008.

Use of mail merge in word processor 3. Word Processor and Spreadsheets 1.COMPUTER PROGRAMMING LABORATORY List of Exercises: OS Commands. 6. Evaluate the sin(x) series using functions and recursive functions 12. 7. Generation of prime and Fibonacci series 9. Read two numbers and swap those two numbers using temporary variable and without using temporary variable. Study of OS commands-Compilation and execution of simple C programs 2. Matrix operations (a) (b) (c) Addition Transpose Multiplication 11. Greatest of three numbers using conditional operator and if statement 5. Evaluate the COSINE series using for. Use of Switch…. Use of spreadsheet to create Charts(XY.Case statements 8.. Bar. while and do.P101 . Solve quadratic equation for different sets of inputs.while loops 10. Pie) and apply the formulae wherever necessary C Programming (Flowcharts and algorithms are essential for the programming exercises) 4. Read a string and find solution to remove the duplicates of a given string from the given sentence 32 .

Use of pointers and array of pointers 16.Use of Structure to define a user defined data types. Create an array of structures for a list of items with the following details Item_Code 102 102 102 101 101 101 101 Item_ Name Paste – Colgate Paste –Pepsodent Paste –Close-up Soap-Cinthol Soap-Lux Soap-Hamam Soap-Dove Arrange the set of items in ascending order of its Item_Code and descending order of its Item_ name as given below Item_Code 101 101 101 101 102 102 102 Item_ Name Soap-Lux Soap-Hamam Soap-Dove Soap-Cinthol Paste –Pepsodent Paste –Colgate Paste – Close-up 14. input the data and write the data into the file 15.Write command line program to implement the following DOS commands using files • Del • Copy 33 .13.Functions with static data types 17.

3.Intersection of surfaces (cylinder-cylinder. 49th edition. 2006. BIS.II Projection of Solids and Sections of Solids.. K.D. Projection of Points. James D Bethune and et.R. David I cook and Robert N Mc Dougal. Helix. al. Edn.I Conic sections.IV Isometric projections and Orthographic projections Unit . 2006. Spirals. 3.. Natarajan. Bhatt. New Age International Publication Ltd. A Text Book of Engineering Drawing.V. Inzinc Publishers. 34 .2D drafting commands (Auto CAD) for simple shapes Dimensioning. Prentice Hall Int. 4. Venugopal.Overview of application software . Engineering Drawing practice for Schools & College. N. Gopalakrishna and Sudhir Gopalakrishna. Chorotar Publishing House. Unit . Engineering Drawing. 2004 . 1985. Engineering Graphics and Design with computer applications. Modern Drafting.0 Introduction to Standards for Engineering Drawing practice.V Computer Aided Drafting: Introduction to Computer Aided Drafting hardware . Engineering Graphics. Involutes. Lines and Planes Unit . 1992. Lettering. Holt – Sounders Int. 4th edition. K.ENGINEERING GRAPHICS Unit . K. Text Books 1. 2. Line work and Dimensioning Unit . 2007. cylinder-cone) Unit . Reference Books 1. Dhanalakshmi Publishers.III Development of surfaces .. Engineering Drawing and Grahics + Auto CAD.P102 . 2. 1989.

Rectifiers Construction of half wave and full wave rectifiers with and without filters – Calculation of ripple factors. Godown wiring 6. 3. T and D Implementation of digital functions using logic gates Measurement of AC and DC voltages Frequency and phase measurements ( using Lissajou’s figures) Displacement and load measurements with transducers Temperature measurement with thermocouple 35 5. Study of Logic Gates (a) (b) (c) (a) (b) (a) (b) Verification of Demorgan’s theorems Verification of truth tables of OR. EX-OR. 2. Study of tools and accessories 2. Tube Light and Fan connection 7. EXNOR gates and Flipflops . Verification of Kirchoff’s Voltage and Current Laws Determine the voltage and current in given circuits using Kirchoff”s laws theoretically and verify the laws experimentally. Study of CRO 6. AND. Study of Transducers . NOR.P103 . NOT. NAND. Doctor’s room wiring 5. Lamp controlled from three different places-wiring ELECTRONICS LABORATORY 1. Staircase wiring 4. Study of joints 3.BASIC ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS LABORATORY ELECTRICAL LABORATORY 1. Frequency Response of RC Coupled Amplifiers Determination of frequency response of given RC coupled amplifier-calculation of bandwidth. 4. RS.JK.

The above activities will include Practical/field activities/Extension lectures. 36 . The above activities shall be carried out outside class hours. Pass in this course is mandatory for the award of degree.P107 . Pass /Fail will be determined on the basis of participation. 2. 3.NCC / NSS NCC/NSS training is compulsory for all the Undergraduate students: 1. The above activities will be monitored by the respective faculty incharge and the First Year Coordinator. the student participation shall be for a minimum period of 45 hours. performance and behaviour. In the above activities. 4. If a candidate Fails. he/she has to repeat the course in the subsequent years 6. 5. attendance.

Khanna Publishers.K.Convolution theorem . : Higher Engineering Mathematics. 3.Venkataraman. M. Madras.Exponential shift formula. UNIT .III UNIT .Residue theorem .Riemann equations – Necessary and sufficient conditions for analyticity .Parseval’s theorem on Fourier coefficients . 2008.Harmonic and orthogonal properties of real and imaginary parts Conformal mapping . 2. UNIT .P. 2008 37 .statement Fourier sine transform and cosine transforms .Contour integration round the unit circle and semicircular contour. N. Madras. derivative and analytic function . UNIT . John.V Fourier Transform: Definition and properties .Initial and final value theorems .I Laplace Transform: Definitions .Inverse Laplace transform .K.III Complex Integration: Cauchy’s theorem -Cauchy’s integral formula . Laxmi Publications.MATHEMATICS . III.Laplace transform of derivatives and integrals . 2005. 2009 Reference Books: 1.Harmonic analysis. Bali & Manish Goyal : A text book of Engineering Mathematics.Half-range Fourier series. Engineering Mathematics. Text Books: 1.Expansion of periodic functions into Fourier series.Methods of determining inverse Laplace transform -Solution of linear differential equations using Laplace transforms. Engineering Mathematics.Inverse Fourier transform.II Function of a Complex Variable: Functions of a complex variable .Fourier Integral theorem . Erwin Kreyszig : Advanced Engineering Mathematics.IV Fourier Series: Dirichlet’s conditions . S.Change of interval.Venkataraman. 2009 2.Taylor’s and Laurent series . New-Delhi. National Publishing co.Cauchy .Wiley sons. II. M.MA T31 .Laplace transform of unit impulse and step functions Laplace transform of periodic functions . UNIT .Root mean square value . Vol.Bilinear transformations.Delhi. NewYork. Vol. New.continuity. B. Complex form of Fourier series . National Publishing co. Grewal.

V.III A. single phase synchronous motor – reluctance motor and hysteresis motor – universal motor – Linear induction motor(LIM) – linear synchronous motor(LSM).II AC/DC Machines”. 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.C. 38 . 3. 2006. G. J.I. “Utilisation of Electric power and electric traction” Khanna Publications (p) Ltd. Theraja. slips characteristics – Speed control methods – Single-phase Induction motor starting methods – Braking concepts. S. 5. UNIT .Gupta.IV Special Machines: servo motor – DC and AC servomotors. stepper motors – variable reluctance and permanent magnet stepper motors. 2008 2. Machines: Construction. 2nd edition. B.K. 2004.Uppal.ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING UNIT . Reference Books: 1.P. “Electrical power” Khanna Publications (p) Ltd. S. 2008. Delhi. UNIT . A. New Delhi.. “Electrical Technology Vol.EC T32 . Nagrath and D. Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Company Ltd. UNIT . “Electrical Machines”.“Textbook on ower sytems engineering”.2003. 2002.Chakrabarti.“Theory and Performance of Electrical Machines”.I Transformers: Principle of operation – Single Phase transformer – Equivalent circuit – Regulation – Losses and Efficiency – Introduction to 3 phase transformers – Autotransformers – pulse transformers. Battacharya S K.B. UNIT .Soni.Kataria & Sons. Dhanpat Rai. Delhi.Gupta.J. Kothari.C.L.C. Chand. Technical Teachers Training institute”.II D. “Electric machines”. 3rd Edition. 4. J. Machines: Principle of operation of 3-phase Induction Motor – Torque. Text Books: 1. 13th edition.L. P.Garg. I. 2008.V Utilisation: Domestic wiring – principle of electrical heating – The law of illumination – Electric lamps – Photometers – Electroplating – Electric Traction – Air conditioning – Earthing. 2. M.

for every problem discussed in this paper. R. 2008 2. 2008. PHI.G. “How to Solve it by Computer’. UNIT – IV Sorting: General background – Exchange sorts – Selection and tree sorting – Insertion sorts – Merge and radix sorts Searching: Basic search techniques – Tree searching – General search trees . Tenebaum. divide and conquer.Dromey. 39 . 3. backtracking etc. “Algorithms + Data Structures = Programs”. dynamic programming. postfix and prefix UNIT – II Recursion: Recursive definition and processes – Recursion in C – Writing recursive programs – Simulating recursion – Efficiency of recursion. UNIT – III Trees: Binary trees – Binary tree representations – Huffman algorithm – Representing lists as binary trees – Trees and their applications – Game trees.Hashing UNIT – V Graphs and their applications: Graphs – A flow problem – Linked representation of graphs – Graph traversal and spanning forests Storage management: General lists – Automatic list management – Dynamic memory management. Queues and Lists: The queue and its sequential representation – Linked Lists – Lists in C – Simulation using linked lists – Other list structures. “Data Structures Using C and C++” Prentice Hall of India. Niklaus wirth. Moshe J. Augenstein and Aaron M..EC T33 . Yedidyah Langsam.DATA STRUCTURES AND ALGORITHMS UNIT – I Introduction to data structures: Information and meaning – Arrays in C – Structures in C Stack: Definition and examples – Representing stacks in C – Infix. PHI. 2002. Text Book: 1. Note: It is expected to mention the type of algorithm such as greedy.

Phototransistor. Phase control using SCR. Energy band structure of insulators. 2008 Reference Books: 1. Halkias. Solar cells. Construction and characteristics of JFET – Relation between pinch off voltage and drain current – JFET as voltage variable resistor – MOSFET – Depletion and enhancement types. TRIAC and their applications.Logic gates AND and OR. “Electronic Devices and Circuit Theory”. Seven segment display. Varactor diode. forward. Ninth Edition.L.ELECTRON DEVICES UNIT. LED. Photoconductivity – Photodiode. UNIT. APD. Temperature effects – DC and AC resistance – Diode equivalent circuit – Transition and diffusion capacitance – Diode switching times – Diode applications.force in a magnetic field . R. conductors and semiconductors – conductivity of an intrinsic semiconductor – Fermi Dirac distribution and energy band diagram – Fermi levels in extrinsic semiconductor – Hall effect. Boylestad and L. Text Books: 1.parallel and perpendicular electric and magnetic field – electrostatic and magnetic deflection in CRT.Zener/Avalanche breakdown. Principle of operation. David A. Tunnel diode. 2007 40 . Series and parallel clippers. Jacob Millman and Christos C. PIN diode. Nashelsky. CMOS – Its construction and characteristics. “Electronic Devices and Circuits”. “Electronic Devices and Circuits” Tata McGraw Hill 2. DIAC. PHI Learning Private Limited. reverse bias characteristics.Concept of DLP. Characteristics and equivalent circuit of UJT – intrinsic standoff ratio –UJT relaxation oscillator. UNIT. LCD. Two transistor model.V Power Devices: SCR.EC T34 . CC configuration and characteristics – Early effect – Eber-Moll model of transistor – Transistor as an amplifierTransistor as a switch – Transistor switching times.III Transistors: Transistor operation – Current components – CB. PHI Learning Private Limited.Diode equation. SCS and light activated SCR. CE.I Electron Ballistics and Semiconductor Theory: Force on charge in electric field – two dimensional motion.operation and characteristics. Fourth Edition.II Semiconductor Diodes: PN Junction Diode – operation. triggering circuit for SCR – programmable UJT. UNIT. Schottky diode. UNIT. Zener diodecharacteristics – Breakdown concepts.IV Special Diodes and Photonic Devices: Construction. Bell. application and characteristics of Schottky barrier diode.

I DC Circuit Analysis: Sources-Transformation and manipulation. UNIT -V Network Topology: Network terminology . Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Company.Series.Single tuned and double tuned coupled circuits. RL and RLC circuits and Parallel circuits -RLC circuits . “Electric Circuits”. Parallel connection of coupled inductors . Norton’s and Maximum power transfer theorems.Mesh and Nodal analysis . Thevenin’s theorem. Compensation theorem.IV Magnetically Coupled Circuits: Self inductance . Joseph Edminister and Mahmood Nahvi.II AC Circuit Analysis: Series circuits . Text Book: 1.RC.Fundamental cutsets . 2003. Network theorems Superposition theorem. 2006 Reference Books: 1.Q factor -Selectivity. New Delhi.Analysis of circuits using Superposition.Incidence and reduced incidence matrices – Trees –Cutsets . Millman’s theorem. RL and RLC Circuits to sinusoidal excitation.Cutset matrix – Tiesets . 2003. PHI Learning. Durbin.Variation of impedance with frequency Variation in current through and voltage across L and C with frequency – Bandwidth .Sinusoidal steady state response . UNIT.CIRCUIT THEORY UNIT.Dot rule Coefficient of coupling .Analysis of multiwinding coupled circuits .Mutual inductance .Link currents and Tieset schedules -Twig voltages and Cutset schedules.Graph of a network . Jr. Duality and dual networks. David A. Maximum power transfer theorem and Tellegen’s theorem – Application to DC circuit analysis. Reciprocity theorem. William H. New Delhi. Sixth Edition. Norton’s theorem. 41 . Schaum’s Outline Series.Transient response of RC. Resonance .Complete response of RC. UNIT.Parallel resonance . Jack E.III Transient Analysis: Natural response-Forced response . 2. “Electric Circuits”.EC T35 . “Engineering Circuit Analysis”. Thevenin’s. Fourth Edition. Seventh Edition.Series resonance . RL and RLC circuits to excitation by DC and exponential sources . Kemmerly and Steven M. Hayt. Bell. McGraw Hill Science Engineering. UNIT.

2006. “Electromagnetics”. Helmholtz’s theorem. circular polarization and elliptical polarization . K. McGraw Hill. Asia. Pearson Education. surface charge and volume charge distributions – Electric flux density Gauss’s law and its applications . 2007.Boundary conditions at the surface of dielectric. good dielectric. Edward C. McGraw Hill. Coulomb’s law . UNIT-III Electromagnetic Induction: Faraday’s law of electromagnetic induction– Inductance of solenoids.Electric potential – Potential gradient. Cheng.A.Orthogonal co-ordinate systems – Divergence theorem. William H. UNIT-V Electromagnetic Waves: Uniform plane wave . 2. good conductor – phase velocity and group velocity – Depth of penetration – Polarization. 2008. Second Edition.EC T36 . PHI Learning.Reflection and refraction of plane waves – Surface waves.Balaman. “Field and Wave Electromagnetics”. Poisson and Laplace equations . 42 . Hayt.Jordan and Keith G. Khanna Publishers. Second Edition. 2007. UNIT-II Magnetic Field: Concepts – Vector magnetic potential – Force on a current element.ENGINEERING ELECTROMAGNETICS AND WAVES UNIT-I Electric Field: Introduction .Dipole and dipole moment. linear polarization. Capacitors . line charge. Kraus. conductor and magnetic. Ampere’s law and modified Ampere’s law.Gangadhar. Text Books: 1. D. Reference Books: 1. 2008. “Electromagnetic waves and radiating systems”. wave equation for free space and conducting medium. toroids. 2. Electromagnetic wave equation. conducting medium.Characteristics impedance or intrinsic impedance – Wave propagation in a lossless medium. J.Capacitance of system conductors – Electric potential energy associated with different charge distribution – Energy density. “Field Theory”. “Engineeering Electromagnetics”. Fifth Edition. 4. Stoke’s theorem. transmission lines and cables – Mutual inductance – Inductors in series and parallel circuits – Energy stored in magnetic fields and energy density – Force and torque on closed circuits . UNIT-IV EM Waves and Wave Equations: Maxwell’s equation in point and integral form– Poynting’s theorem – Energy in electromagnetic field. electric fields due to point charge. David K.Electric field intensity. Biotsavart’s law and applications – Magnetic flux density and magnetic field intensity – Force between current carrying conductors – Torque on closed conductors.

8. Load test on 3 phase transformer. 3. 2. 7. 10. 6. Swinburne’s test. 4.ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING LABORATORY 1. Parallel operation of transformer. Load test on DC shunt motor. Load test on single phase transformer. 9. OCC characteristics of generator. 5. Load test on 3 phase induction motor.EC P31 . Load test on single phase IM. 43 . Two wattmeter method of power measurement. OC and SC test on single phase transformer.

7. Pop. Minimum spanning tree: a) Prim’s Algorithm. Sort: a) Bubble Sorting. d) Insertion Sorting. Pop.DATA STRUCTURES AND ALGORITHMS LABORATORY 1. 6. 2. Insertion.Push. Linked list: a) Implementing Singly Linked List. Stack: a) Implementing Stack Operation. Insertion. 9. b) Implementing Doubly Linked List. Deletion. b) Implementing Circular Queue Operation. Deletion.EC P32 . b) Kruskal’s Algorithm. 8. b) 8 – Queen problem. b) Quick sorting. b) Implementing Double Stack Operation. 3. Graph: a) All Pair Shortest Path.Push. 5. b) Factorial Computation.Creation. b) Binary Tree Traversal. c) Merge Sorting.Creation. Hashing: Implementing Hashing Techniques. c) Implementing Circular Linked List. Binary tree: a) Binary Search Tree – Searching. 44 . 4. Insertion.Creation. Deletion. Recursion: a) Fibonacci Series. Queue: a) Implementing Queue Operation. Insertion & Deletion.

Clipper circuits using diodes Positive. current gain. Characteristics of photonic devices a) Determination of V-I characteristics of LED b) Determination of V-I and intensity characteristics of phototransistor 9. Switching circuit a) AND and OR logic gates using diodes b) NOT gate using transistor 45 . current gain. input and output resistances from the characteristics 3. Characteristics of BJT in CB configuration a) Determination of input and output characteristics b) Determination of voltage gain. Characteristics of JFET a) Determination of output and transfer characteristics b) Determination of pinch off voltage. gm and µ from the characteristics 6. Characteristics of SCR and TRIAC 7. biased and combinational clippers 10. rd.EC P33 . input and output resistances from the characteristics 4. Characteristics of BJT in CE configuration a) Determination of input and output characteristics b) Determination of voltage gain. Characteristics of MOSFET a) Determination of output and transfer characteristics b) Determination of rd.ELECTRON DEVICES LABORATORY 1. negative. Characteristics of UJT Determination of intrinsic stand off ratio 8. V-I characteristics of semiconductor diodes a) PN Junction diode b) Point contact diode c) Zener diode 2. gm and µ from the characteristics 5.

UNIT-II Solution of System of Equations and Matrix Inversion: Solution of linear algebraic equation: Gauss and Gauss-Jordan elimination methods. Newton-Raphson method and Graeffe’s Root squaring method. UNIT . Kandasamy. Numerical Integration by Trapezoidal and Simpson’s rule with respect to one and two variables. 2. New Delhi. Relation between operators .S.Liebmann’s iterative method.NUMERICAL METHODS AND TECHNIQUES UNIT . UNIT-IV Solution of Ordinary Differential Equation: Single step methods: Taylor series method. Khanna Publishers. Newton’s divided difference method and Lagrange’s method for unequal intervals. Text Book: 1.Interpolation by Newton’s forward and backward difference formulae for equal intervals. Thilagavathy.Bashforth methods. Numerical differentiation in one variable.MA T41 . UNIT-III Interpolation: Finite Differences. Multistep methods: Milne and Adams . B. New Delhi.I Solution of Algebraic and Transcendental Equation and Eigen Value Problem: Solution of algebraic and transcendental equation by the method of bisection. RungeKutta method of fourth order only. Referencess: 1. Gauss-Seidel and Relaxation methods.Jordan elimination and Crout’s methods. Matrix inversion by Gauss . P.K. the method of false position. “Numerical methods in Engineering & Science”.V Solution of Partial Differential Equations: Boundary value problems: Laplace and Poison equations. S. Eigen value problem by power method and Jacobi method. Chand & Company Ltd. 46 . National Publishing Company. “Numerical Methods”.Method of Triangularization and Crout’s reduction. “Numerical methods in Science and Engineering”. M. Iterative methods: Gauss-Jacobi. Madras. K. Wave equation: Explicit difference method. Venkataraman. Grewal. Diffusion equation: Explicit and CrankNicholson implicit difference schemes. Gunavathy and K. Euler and Improved Euler methods. Picard’s method of successive approximation.

Collector to base bias. PHI Learning Pvt.IV Small Signal Amplifiers: Cascading amplifiers – direct coupled and capacitor coupled two stage CE amplifiers – Differential amplifier . PHI Learning.Thermistor and sensistor compensation –Thermal runaway and thermal stability. Reference Books: 1. India. FET biasing – gate bias.Cascode amplifier.Darlington Pair . UNIT.CE transistor amplifier response.determination of h-parameters from the characteristics – Analysis of transistor amplifier using h-parameters – emitter follower -comparison of transistor amplifier configurations – CE amplifier with an emitter resistance. 2008. Self bias .single tuned –double tuned -stagger tuned amplifiers-wideband amplifiers.II Transistor Low Frequency Analysis: Two port devices and hybrid model – transistor hybrid model and h parameters .Tuned amplifiers . Zener diode voltage regulator– Transistor series regulator – current limiting – short circuit protection and fold back current limiting – Opamp voltage regulator –switching regulator – step up and step down converters. A. self bias and voltage divider biasing – MOSFET biasing UNIT. Tata McGraw Hill International Edition. “Electronic Devices and Circuit Theory”.Different types of BJT biasing – Fixed bias. Boylestad and L. “Electronic Devices and Circuits”. David. UNIT.ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS –I UNIT.Stabilization of Q point and stability factor – Bias compensation. 2008 2. High frequency FET model – common source and common drain amplifiers at high frequencies.EC T42 .CE short circuit current gain and current gain with resistance.I Biasing and Stabilization: Operating point and Q-point . Millman and Halkias. 2008 47 . Ltd. Fourth Edition.V Power Supplies: Rectifiers – Half wave. PHI Learning Private Ltd.III Transistor High Frequency Analysis: Hybrid pi CE transistor model – Hybrid pi conductances and capacitances . Mottershed A. Text Books: 1. R. Low frequency FET model –Common source and Common drain amplifiers UNIT. Bell. 2. Nashelsky. Full wave and bridge rectifiers – ripple factor and efficiency –capacitor filter. “Integrated Electronics”. Ninth Edition.L. India. “ Electronic Devices and Circuits”.

Douglas K. “Signals and Systems”. Impulse. Energy and Power Signals – Continuous time and discrete time systems – Classification of systems – Properties of systems. 2002.Oppenheim. McGraw-Hill International Edition. UNIT.III Continuous Time Systems: LTI continuous time systems – Differential equation – Block diagram representation and reduction techniques – impulse response – Convolution integral – Properties of LTI continuous time systems – Frequency response of continuous time LTI systems – Analysis of LTI systems using Fourier and Laplace transform techniques – State variable representation of LTI systems.Hamid Nawab.II Continuous Time Signal Representation / Analysis: Fourier series analysis – Representation of periodic signals in trigonometric and exponential forms – Fourier transform analysis of aperiodic signals – Spectral analysis of periodic and aperiodic signals – Parseval’s theorem for periodic and aperiodic signals – Laplace transform in signal analysis. Operation on the signals – Classification of continuous time and discrete time signals – Periodic. UNIT. Pulse. New Delhi. 48 . Simon Haykins and Barry Van Veen. Deterministic.SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS UNIT. PHI Learning. “Signals and Systems”. UNIT. Random. 1999. UNIT. Odd.EC T43 . 2007. John Wiley and Sons.IV Discrete Time Signal Representation / Analysis: Discrete time Fourier series – Discrete time Fourier transform – Spectrum of discrete time periodic and aperiodic signals – Parseval relations – Z transform – Properties and application to discrete time signal analysis – Inverse Z transform. Second Edition. Text Book: 1.Willsky and S.I Representation / Classification of Signals and Systems: Continuous time signals – Discrete time signals – Representation of signals – Step. Reference Books: 1. Ramp. AllanV.V Discrete Time Systems: LTI discrete time systems – Difference equation – Block diagram representation and reduction techniques – impulse response – Convolution Sum – Properties of discrete time LTI systems – Frequency response – Analysis of LTI systems using Fourier and Z transform techniques – State variable representation of discrete time LTI systems. Even. Aperiodic. Second Edition. Sinusoidal. Exponential signals. Lindner. “Signals and Systems”. Allan S. 2.

2005.EC T44 .T section and Pi section filters – Twin T networks. Text Books: 1.skin effect. Ryder. PHI Learning.characteristic impedance in the pass band and stop band. 1996. UNIT-V Transmission Line at Radio Frequencies: Line with any termination.NETWORKS AND TRANSMISSION LINES UNIT. D. Van Valkenburg. 1997.group velocity. LC by Foster and Cauer method.II Time and Frequency Domain Analysis: Network elements. “Network Analysis”. Waveform distortion. 3. Wiley Eastern Edition. UNIT. Frankline F.III Network Filters: Classification of filters . RC. UNIT.IV Transmission Line Theory: Transmission line equation – Primary and secondary constants . input impedance of a lossless line. Tata McGraw Hill. Smith chart.Kuo. 49 . Synthesis of one port networks. Ultra high frequency lines. PHI.m-derived filters – BPF and BSF. SWR.Poles and zeros of network function. John. M.Conversion between parameters interconnection of two-port networks. “Network Analysis and Synthesis”.applications of smith chartQuarter wave transformer-Stub matching.Network function. 2008. 2.Standing wave ratio. “Transmission lines and Networks”.frequency response from pole-zero plots.synthesis of RL. Bridged T and lattice networks. constant K filters . 2.transmission (ABCD) parameters and inverse transmission parameters Hybrid (h) parameters and inverse hybrid parameters .inductance loading of telephone cables. Third Edition.velocity of propagation. Insertion loss and reflection factor.Input impedance.Single and double.I Network Parameters: Open circuit impedance (Z) parameters .short circuit admittance (Y) parameters . “Network lines and fields”. Open and short circuit lines. Immittance – loci of RLC networks – frequency response of RLC networks. 1994. Shyammohan and Sudhakar. UNIT. "Circuits and Networks".wavelength. Reflection coefficient.driving point and transfer impedances and their properties. Sathya Prakasham Publishers.Attenuators – Equalizer .Infinite line.E. Reference Books: 1. Umesh Sinha. Time domain response for pole-zero plot.distortion less transmission linetelephone cable.attenuation and phase constants.Characteristics impedance. Second Edition.

codes for serial data transmission and storage. Parity checkerCombinational circuit implementation using multiplexers and decoders.III Combinational Logic Design: Half adder . UNIT . 50 . Checksum codes. Programmable Logic Devices: PROM – EPROM – EEPROM. Hamming Codes. UNIT – II Boolean Algebra: Basic theorems. UNIT – IV Sequential Circuits: General model of sequential circuits –latches – Master-slave Configuration.NOR gate realization Multilevel synthesis.Gray code-Codes for detecting and correcting errors: Even and Odd parity codes. Unsigned.Concept of State – State diagram – State Table. Simplification of Boolean Function: Karnaugh map method – Incompletely specified functions. UNIT – V Memory: Classification of Memories – RAM Organization – Write Operation – Read Operation – Memory Cycle – Timing Waveforms – Memory Decoding – Memory Expansion – Static RAM Cell – Bipolar RAM Cell – MOSFET RAM Cell – Dynamic RAM Cell.NAND gate realization . Addition and subtraction with 1’s and 2’s complements. Synchronous Sequential Circuits – Binary ripple counters-Design of Synchronous counters.I Number System: Review of Binary.BCD counter – Shift Registers – Ring Counter – Johnson Counter – Timing diagram – Serial Adder – PN sequence generator.Duality – Canonical form.Postulates.Flip-Flops .ECT45 .Arbitrary sequence counter .Programmable Logic Array (PLA) – Programmable Array Logic (PAL) -Realization of combinational circuits using PLDs. Number Representations – Signed Numbers and Complements.Full adder. Realization of logic functions . and Floating point numbers.Introduction to CPLD and Field programmable Gate Array (FPGA). Fixed point. Codes: Binary code for decimal numbers.Full-subtractor – Parallel AdderCarry Look Ahead Adder – BCD Adder – Magnitude Comparator – Encoders and Decoders – Multiplexers – Code converters – Parity generator.binary counters. m-out–of-n-codes. Octal and Hexadecimal Number Systems – Conversion methods.DIGITAL CIRCUITS UNIT. Sequential PLDs .

Text Books: 1. John F. Wakerly, “Digital Design Principles and Practices”, PHI Privatre Ltd., New Delhi, Fourth Edition, 2006 2. Morris Mano, “Digital design”, PHI Learning, Fourth Edition, 2008.

Reference Books: 1. Donald P Leach, Albert Paul Malvino and Goutam Saha, “Digital Principles and Applications,” 6th edition,Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Company Ltd.,New Delhi,2008. 2. Thomas L. Floyd, “Digital Fundamentals,” Dorling Kindersley (India) Pvt. Limited, 8th ed., 2008. 3. Tocci R J, “Digital systems: Principles and Applications”, PHI learning, New Delhi, Tenth Edition 2006.

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EC T46- ANALOG COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS
UNIT-I Noise and Amplitude Modulation: General communication systems-external and internal noise-Noise figure and noise temperature-AWGN-Need for modulation-Amplitude modulation-Frequency spectrum-Power relation-Different types of AM modulators-SSB and VSB generation-AM transmitters-Block diagram-Functions of each block-High level transmitter. UNIT-II Angle Modulation: Principle of frequency and phase modulation-Relation between FM and PM waves-Bandwidth of FM-Narrow band and wideband FM-Generation of FM waveDirect and Indirect methods-FM transmitters-Block diagram-Function of each block. UNIT-III Detection and Receivers: Detection-Diode detectors-Synchronous detection-FM detectors-Slope detectors-Phase discriminators-Ratio detectors. Receivers- different typessuper heterodyne receivers- Block diagram-choice of IF and oscillator frequenciesTracking-Alignment-AVC, AFC-Communication receivers- AM and FM - Receiver characteristics. UNIT-IV Pulse Modulation Systems and RADAR: Sampling theorem-Generation and detection of PAM, PWM and PPM-Conversion of PWM to PPM- TDM and FDM. Basic principles of RADAR system- Range equation- Pulse radar system- MIT radar- CW Radar- FM CW Radar. UNIT-V Television: Introduction of Television-Television systems and standards-Black and white transmission-black and white reception-color transmission and reception-Introduction to modern TV cameras, LCD and plasma displays Text Book: 1. George Kennedy and Bernard Davis, “Electronic Communication Systems”, Tata McGraw Hill, Fourth Edition, 2008. Reference Books: 1. Roddy and Coolen, “Communication Systems”, PHI learning, 2001. 2. Wayne Tomasi, “Electronic Communication Systems- Fundamentals Theory Advanced”, Fourth Edition, Pearson Education, 2001. 3. A.M. Dhake, “Television and Video Engineering”, McGraw Hill Publications, 2008.

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EC P41 - ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS – I LABORATORY *1. Design and testing of biasing circuits i. Fixed bias ii. Collector to base bias iii. Self bias *2. Design and measurement of frequency response, signal handling capacity, input and output impedances of CE amplifier *3. Design and measurement of frequency response, signal handling capacity, input and output impedances of Emitter follower. *4. Design and measurement of frequency response, signal handling capacity, input and output impedances of common drain FET amplifier. *5. Design and measurement of frequency response, signal handling capacity, input and output impedances of cascade amplifier. *6. Design and measurement of frequency response, input and output impedances of Darlington pair. *7. Design and measurement of frequency response, input and output impedances of Cascode amplifier. *8. Differential amplifier. Differential mode performance, Common mode performance and measurement of CMRR. *9. Bridge rectifier Determination of ripple factor for bridge rectifier with and without filters 10 Voltage regulation characteristics of shunt, series and IC regulators

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full-adder. and D type FF ICs b) Conversion of one type of FF to another type 7 Shift register a) Various modes of operation of shift register b) Ring counter and its timing diagram c) Johnson counter and its timing diagram Ripple Counters and their timing diagrams a) Binary ripple counters b) Binary up/down counters c) BCD counter using mod-10 counter ICs 8 54 .EC P42 –DIGITAL CIRCUITS LABORATORY 1.JK. Code convertors Design. realization and study of the following code convertors a) Gray to 8421BCD b) 8421BCD to Excess-3-code c) 8421BCD to Gray code d) Excess-3-code to 8421BCD 3. magnitude comparator a) Implementation of error detection circuit using odd and even parity generator/checker b) Study of 4-bit magnitude comparator IC c) Realization of 8-bit magnitude comparator using 4-bit magnitude comparator ICs 4. Parity generator/checker. Study of Flip-Flops a) Flip-Flops using RS. half-subtractor and full-subtractor 2. Multiplexers and Encoders a) 4×1 multiplexer IC b) Realization of 16×1 multiplexer using 4×1 multiplexer ICs c) Realization of combinational circuit using multiplexer d) Priority encoder 5. Adder and Subtractors a) Boolean function implementations using NAND/NOR logic gates b) Study of half-adder. 6. Decoders and Demultiplexers a) 3 to 8 line decoder IC b) 3 to 8 line decoder as demultiplexer c) Realization of 4 to 16 line decoder using 3 to 8 line decoder ICs d) Realization of combinational circuits using decoder.

Memory chips a) READ and WRITE involving memory chips b) Expansion of memory size 55 . 10.9 Design and implementation of Synchronous Counters and study of their timing diagrams a) Binary counters b) Non-sequential binary counter c) Binary up/down counters.

Simulation of Pre-emphasis. PWM and PPM a) To construct PWM and PPM circuit and trace the output waveforms. 6. PWM and PPM using MATLAB and to trace the time domain and frequency domain waveform. 3. Tuned and wideband amplifiers a) To construct tuned and wideband amplifiers and to determine the frequency response. De-emphasis. 11. TDM and FDM a) To simulate TDM and FDM using PSPICE/EWB and to trace the multiplexed and demultiplexed signal. 7. Frequency mixer and ring modulator a) To construct a frequency mixer and to test its operation. 56 . TDM a) To construct TDM circuit and to trace the multiplexed and de-multiplexed waveform. 4. AM modulator and demodulator a) To construct AM modulator and demodulator circuit and to trace message. b) To determine the modulation index of AM by classical method and trapezoidal method. carrier. Simple and delayed AGC a) To construct simple and delayed with and without AGC circuit and to test its impact. d) To simulate PAM. b) To construct a ring modulator and to trace the DSB-SC waveform. Sample & hold and PAM a) To construct sample and hold circuit and to trace the message and sample and hold signal. Simulation of AM. PAM. 8. 9. FM modulator and demodulator a) To construct frequency modulator and demodulator circuit and to trace message. 10.COMMUNICATION LABORATORY-I 1. modulated and demodulated signal. FM. carrier. 5. Pre-emphasis and de-emphasis a) To construct pre-emphasis and de-emphasis circuit and to determine the frequency response. 2. b) To simulate Direct and Indirect FM generation and detection using MATLAB and to trace the time domain and frequency domain waveform. b) To simulate Pre-emphasis and De-emphasis using PSPICE/EWB and to trace their characteristics. PWM and PPM circuits using PSPICE/EWB and to trace the time domain signal. PWM and PPM a) To simulate AM modulator and demodulator using PSPICE/EWB and to trace the time domain and frequency domain signal. b) To construct PAM circuit and to trace the input and PAM signal.EC P43 . c) To simulate PAM. modulated and demodulated signal.

the student participation shall be for a minimum period of 45 hours. attendance. 2. The above activities will be monitored by the Director of Physical Education. 3. performance and behaviour. 4. In the above activities. The above activities will include games and sports / extension lectures.PHYSICAL EDUCATION Physical Education is compulsory for all the Undergraduate students 1. Pass /Fail will be determined on the basis of participation.SP P44 . If a candidate Fails. 57 . Pass in this course is mandatory for the award of degree. he/she has to repeat the course in the subsequent years 5.

in the queue and waiting time Simple applications) Special case of Birth and Death model (Pure Birth and Pure Death Processes) Text Books: 1. 1994. MM/c/N (c<N). Binomial. John Wiley & Sons Inc. Gaussian. M/M/1/N.Gross and C. “Fundamentals of Queueing Theory.. Hypergeometric.MA T51 . Erlang. “Probability. Kishor S. Geometric. Constant and Indicator) Probability Generating function.IV Discrete Parameter Markov Chains: Introduction. Uniform and Pareto distributions).PROBABILITY AND RANDOM PROCESSES UNIT .” Wiley Students Edition. Gamma. “Probability and Statistics with Reliability.I Discrete Random Variables: Random Variables and their event spaces The probability mass function Distribution functions Special discrete distributions (Bernoulli.III Stochastic Processes: Definition. Stochastic Processes. UNIT .” Tata Mc. Second Edition.Medhi.. Pollaczek-Khinchin transform equation. Wide Sense Stationary. statistics and Random Processes. T.” Queueing and Computer Science Applications. UNIT .II Continuous Random Variables: The Exponential distribution The Reliability. New Age International (P) Ltd. MM/c/c. Veerarajan. Negative Binomial. UNIT . UNIT . Bernoulli Process Poisson process Renewal process (Fundamental Renewal equation only) Availability analysis. J. Poisson.Kolmogorov equation State classification and limiting Probabilities M/G/1 queueing system.Trivedi. Reference Book: 1.Some important distributions (Hypoexponential. M/M/c. 3. derivation of mean number of customer in the system. M/M/ models only. Failure density and Hazard function . Classification of Stochastic Processes Strictly Stationary Process. 1985. Third Edition. Computation of n-step transition probabilities Chapman . Hyper exponential. D. Weibull.Harris.V Continuous Parameter Markov Chain: The Birth and Death process (MM/1.Graw-Hill Publishing Company Ltd. 58 . 2002 2.M. Second Edition. 2005. Discrete Uniform.

LC oscillators.Push-pull arrangements and complementary symmetry amplifiers. David A. PHI Learning Private Ltd. current shunt .II Oscillators: Barkhausen criterion for sustained oscillations . 2008 59 .IV Time Base Generators: General features of time base signals – RC ramp generator – constant current ramp generator. UNIT . L. UNIT . current series.III Wave Shaping Circuits and Multivibrators: Low pass RC circuit – integrator . “Electronic Devices and Circuit Theory”. input and output impedances – practical feed back amplifier circuits and their analysis –multistage feedback amplifier. “Electronic Devices and Circuits”. tripler and quadrupler circuits.Clamper circuits – positive.Hartley and Colpitts oscillators – crystal oscillators and frequency stability.High pass RC circuit – differentiator. 2002. UNIT .effect of feedback on gain. Nashelsky. R. conversion efficiency calculations. band width.EC T52 . “Integrated Electronics”.RC oscillators – RC phase shift oscillator and Wein bridge oscillator. Fourth Edition. Fourth Edition. David A. Multivibrators – design of transistor astable. UJT saw tooth generator – Bootstrap ramp generator – Miller integrator ramp generator – triangular waveform generator – pulse generator circuit – function generator – sine wave converter. Text Books: 1.resonant circuit oscillators – tuned drain and tuned collector oscillator .ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS –II UNIT . PHI Learning Pvt. Boylestad and L.Class A power amplifierdirect and transformer coupled amplifiers. Bell. cross over distortion – class AB amplifier .amplifier distortion – power transistor heat sinking – Class C and D amplifiers. Bell. 2007 2.Class B . PHI Learning Private Ltd.I Feedback Amplifiers: Concept of feedback.V Large Signal Amplifiers: Classification of power amplifiers . Ltd. voltage shunt.topological classification-voltage series. 2007 Reference Books: 1. negative and biased clampers Voltage doubler. . Tata McGraw Hill International Edition. stability. distortion. “Solid State Pulse circuits”. monostable and bistable multivibrators using transistors– Schmitt trigger circuit. UNIT . 2. Millman and Halkias. Ninth Edition.

60 .Frequency divider. AM and FM detection. Integrator. PLL565. V-I and I-V converters. Arithmetic logic and shift micro operations – Macro operations – Processor logic design – Processor organization. Successive approximation ADC.Opamp voltage regulator .Design of processor unit with control variables – Design of accumulator – Control logic design – Single flipflop/state method –Sequence register and decoder method – PLA control – Microprogram control. Triangular waveform generator and Voltage to frequency converter – Monostable multivibrator – applications . Building blocks – applications . Monolithic DAC-08– ADC characteristics–Flash ADC.Free running oscillator and frequency synthesizer. UNIT. R-2R DAC. UNIT. Digital IC families -RTL and DTL.Frequency multiplication.II Other LICs and Data Converters: 555 timer – Block diagram and features – Astable multivibrator – applications . XR2240 Programmable Timer/Counter –Block diagram and operation – applications . I2L.IC linear voltage regulator (series 7800 and 7900 ICs) . Subtractor. UNIT. Monolithic ADC AD670-Variable Voltage Regulators(LM317). bus transfer and memory transfer. MOS and CMOS logic circuits. Differentiator – Zero crossing detector – Schmitt trigger – Window detector – Astable and monostable multivibrators. Frequency translation. HTL. UNIT.III Digital Integrated Circuits: Digital IC characteristics.Operational amplifier: Introduction to linear ICs – Operational amplifier IC741 – Block diagram and characteristics – DC and AC performance – Open loop configurations – Feedback configurations – Inverting .EC T53 . dual slope integrating type ADC.IV Design of sequential machines: Analysis and design of synchronous sequential machines – Mealey and Moore machines – State table – State diagram – State reduction and assignments – Analysis and design of asynchronous sequential logic – Race conditions – Design problems from specifications – Hazards in combinational and sequential circuits. Data converters – DAC characteristics – Binary weighted DAC. Ramp generator. Principle.I Linear IC. TTL.Square wave oscillator.SYSTEM DESIGN USING INTEGRATED CIRCUITS UNIT. PWM and PPM generators. ECL.Bus organization – Processor unit employing a scratch pad memory – Accumulator– Design of ALU – Design of status register.V Processor and control unit design: Registers – Register transfer logic – inter register transfer. Filter and its types – Instrumentation amplifier – Precision rectifiers Logarithmic and antilog amplifiers – multiplier. non inverting and differential amplifier – Summer. Comparison of digital IC families.

Fourth Edition. Robert. 2. “ Digital Logic and Computer design”. Fourth Edition. M. 61 . PHI Learning Pvt. M. Ltd. “Digital Design”.F. Driscoll. PHI Learning Pvt. “Operational Amplifiers and Linear Integrated Circuits”. “ Opamp and Linear Integrated Circuits”. Sixth Edition. Ltd. Ramakant A. Ltd.Morris Mano. 2008. 2008 Reference Books: 1.Coughlin and Frederick F. 2. Ltd. PHI Learning Pvt. Gayakwad . Morris Mano and Michael D. 2008. Ciletti. PHI Learning Pvt.Text Books: 1. 2008.

Gold. 3.V Spectrum Estimation and Multirate Signal Processing: Periodogram estimation – nonparametric methods – Bartlett and Welch methods – parametric methods – AR. “Digital Signal Processing: A Computer Based Approach. MA and ARMA models. Rabiner and B. Algorithms. New Delhi. UNIT. DTFT and DFT Frequency analysis of signals using DFT . UNIT. parallel and ladder forms.DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING UNIT. and Applications”. 62 . Concept of optimum equiripple approximation. Realization of FIR filters – Transversal. Mitra. Third Edition. “Theory and Application of Digital Signal Processing” PHI Learning. Reference Books: 1. Proakis and Dimitris G. DFT – properties – relationship among z transform.IV Finite Word Length Effects: Quantization noise – quantization noise power – fixed point and binary floating point number representations – comparison – overflow error – truncation error – coefficient quantization error – limit cycle oscillations – Scaling to prevent overflow – analytical model of sample and hold operations. Text Books: 1. linear phase and polyphase realization structures.Impulse invariance and bilinear methods of IIR digital filter design – realization using direct.III Finite Impulse Response Filter Design: Symmetric and asymmetric FIR filters – Linear phase FIR filters – Design of FIR using frequency sampling techniques – Design of FIR filters using windowing technique. John G. cascade. 2005. Sanjit K. “Digital Signal processing”. Tata McGraw – Hill. Scitech Publications.II Infinite Impulse Response Filter Design: Design of IIR filters from analog Butterworth and Chebyschev filters . P.EC T54 .Ramesh Babu.FFT algorithms –advantages over discrete computation of DFT – radix 2 algorithms – DIT and DIF algorithms – Computation of IDFT using FFT. Principles of multirate DSP – Decimation and Interpolation by integer factors – subband coding of speech signals – QMF filters. Manolakis. New Delhi. “Digital Signal Processing: Principles. UNIT. Fourth Edition. 2. 1998. 2007. R. UNIT. Fourth edition 2008.I Discrete Time Signals and Systems: DSP advantages – sampling of analog signals concept of aliasing. PHI learning. L.

I System Modelling: Introduction to control system-Basic elements in control system -Open and closed loop control systems – Differential equation representation of physical systems – Transfer function –Mathematical modeling of electrical and mechanical systems (Translational and Rotational) –Analogous system. New Age International.step.J.” Wiley-India. Second Edition. Reference Books: 1.EC T55 .IV Digital Control System: Basic digital control system –Spectrum analysis of sampling process –Signal reconstruction-Difference equation representation of digital control systems.Anandanatarajan.III Frequency Domain Analysis: Frequency response –Frequency domain specifications – Correlation between time domain and frequency domain specifications-Bode plot – Stability analysis using Bode plot.Kuo. state variables and state model– State model of linear systems– system realization-State space representation using physical. “Automatic Control Systems”. 3.Principle of PI. Ramesh Babu.2009.Time domain solution of state equation-State transition matrix-Laplace transform solution of state equations.V State Space Analysis: Introduction – Concepts of state.II Time Domain Analysis: Standard test signals. “Discrete Time Control Systems”. PHI Learning New Delhi. ramp and impulse response analysis-Second order system – step response analysis. “Control Systems Engineering”. Scitech Publications Pvt. M. R. UNIT .First order system .LINEAR AND DIGITAL CONTROL SYSTEMS UNIT . Kannan M. PD and PID compensation-stability analysis – Routh Hurwitz criterion – Root locus method UNIT . P. 2006. PHI Learning New Delhi. Seventh Edition. “Digital Control. 1997.Nagrath. Katsuhiko Ogata.Block diagram reduction techniques – Signal flow graph-control system components-synchros-tachometer-dc and ac servomotors-stepper motors. 2008 63 . Gopal.Z transform and its properties –Pulse transfer function-Inverse Z transformResponse of linear discrete time systems-Z transform analysis of sampled data control systems-Stability analysis – Jury’s stability criterion UNIT .transfer function from bode plot-Polar plot – Nyquist stability criterion. 4. phase and canonical variables –diagonal canonical form-Jordan canonical formdiagonalization. (India) Ltd. 2. Second edition.Block diagram representation of systems.steady state error – generalized error co-efficients –Effect of adding a zero to system. “Control Systems Engineering”. UNIT . 2007.Derivation of transfer function from the state modelControllability and observability. New Delhi. I. Moudgalya.State space representation of discrete time systems Text Book: 1. Fifth Edition. Benjamin C.

Ground wave.Dominant mode . J.F.Impossibility of TEM waves in wave guides . UNIT-III Antenna Fundamentals: Power density. A. McGraw Hill 1995.Sachidananda. input impedance.Excitation methods for various modes. V and rhombic antennas. bandwidth and polarization. 2. Edward C. Text Books: 1. McGraw Hill . current distribution of dipole antennas. 1995 64 . Horn antennas. UNIT-IV Special Purpose Antennas: (Qualitative treatment only) Loop antennas. “Antennas and wave propagation” . reflection of radio waves by the surface of the earth .Wave impedance. UNIT-V Propagation: Factors involved in the propagation of radio waves . “Antennas”.Jordan and Keith G. rectangular and circular cavity resonator .Arrays of two point sources – Broad side and end fire arrays.Wave impedance . Oxford University Press. aperture efficiencies – Feeding techniques for parabolic antennas. Retarded potentialRadiation from a current element and monopole – Radiation of half-wave and centre-fed dipole – Near and far fields. Linear and array antennas .Collins .Cavity excitation and tuning . Log periodic antennas. R.Q factor of micro wave cavities (Qualitative treatment only). “Antenna and Radiowave propagation”. Yagi-Uda arrays. considerations in space wave propagation. Travelling wave antennas.II Circular Wave Guides: Introduction – TE and TM waves in circular waveguide.Ray paths – Skip distance -Critical frequency-Maximum usable frequency -Fading of signal Types of fading.WAVE GUIDES.Space wave propagation. Transverse magnetic waves. PHI Learning.Parabolic reflectors – Radiation pattern. radiation resistance. “Electromagnetic waves systems”.Diversity reception.D. 2000. directivity.Harish and M.R. Rectangular waveguides .Attenuation factor and Q of wave guides. Mechanism of ionospheric propagation.I Guided Waves: Introduction . Babinet’s principle – Slot radiators. 3. ANTENNAS AND WAVE PROPAGATION UNIT . binomial array Principle of pattern multiplication –Adaptive arrays. Wideband antennas. Second Edition.TE and TM waves in rectangular waveguide . beam width.Balaman.Excitation modes in circular wave guides. atmospheric effect in space wave propagation Ionosphere and its effect on radio waves. Microwave resonators introduction – Coaxial resonatorWaveguide.Transverse electric waves. radiation patterns. UNIT .Waves between parallel planes . 2008.Wave impedance and characteristic impedance .EC T56 . gain.Kraus. Transverse electromagnetic waves and their characteristics Wave impedances. and radiating Reference Books: 1.

Positive. RC Phase shift oscillator b. construct and observe output of i. 6. 10. voltage series feedback amplifiers with and without feedback for the given specification b. 8. To compare their frequency response through PSPICE simulation RC Phase shift oscillators To design. construct and observe output of a transistor monostable multivibrator Bistable multivibrator and Schmitt trigger To design. construct and test response of i. 9.To design. construct and observe output of a transistor bistable multivibrator and Schmitt trigger circuits Time base generators To construct and observe output waveforms of a Miller integrator and Bootstrap ramp generator UJT saw tooth generator To construct and observe output waveforms of a UJT sweep circuit Class A power amplifier To obtain the frequency Vs power and load Vs power characteristics Class B complementary symmetry amplifier To obtain the frequency Vs power and load Vs power characteristics 2. 7. voltage shunt ii. construct and test the a. construct and observe output of a transistor astable multivibrator b. Negative feedback amplifier a. Hartley oscillator b. 5. Wien bridge oscillator for the given specification Hartley and Colpitts oscillators To design. 4.ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS – II LABORATORY 1. 65 . negative and biased clampers ii. To design.EC P51 .To design. construct and test the a. To design. 3.Voltage doubler and tripler b.To simulate the circuits using PSPICE Astable multivibrator and Monostable multivibrator a. Colpitts oscillator for the given specification Clampers and Voltage Multipliers a.

monostable multivibrator using IC 555. Frequency synthesizers To study performance of a. Signal converters To study operation of op-amp as V to I and I to V converters 5. Differentiator and Integrator To study the op-amp performance as differentiator and integrator for various time constants 3. 9.Frequency multiplier using PLL IC 565 b. antilog and instrumentation amplifier To study 1. Multivibrators using Op-Amp To design and study the working of a. 10. 66 . DAC circuits – R-2R and ladder type. Subtractor 2. Precision rectifiers To study performance of half wave and full wave precision rectifiers using IC 741. b. astable multivibrator b. Multivibrators using IC 555 To design and study the working of a. Voltage follower d. logarithmic and antilog amplifiers 2. Non-inverting amplifier c. Data converters Construction and study performance of a. Summer e. Successive approximation type ADC. HPF. window detector and Schmitt trigger using opamp 741 4.SYSTEM DESIGN USING INTEGRATED CIRCUITS LABORATORY 1.EC P52 . Frequency synthesizer using IC XR2240 11. Inverting amplifier b. Instrumentation amplifier 7. Comparator circuits To study zero crossing detector. monostable multivibrator using IC 741. BPF and BSF 6. Log. Applications of Op-amp To study the application of Opamp IC741 as a. Active filters using Op-amp To design and test the performance of a 2nd order LPF. astable multivibrator b. 8.

b. Design of an attenuator/phase equalizer and obtain the relevant responses. Simulation of filters.phase and frequency response. 100 meters) . Impedance (Z) and ABCD Parameters of a transmission line a.frequency response of the line at a fixed length.NETWORKS AND TRANSMISSION LINES LABORATORY 1. Characteristics of a low-loss transmission line. Measurement of characteristic impedance of the twin pair transmission line. T / π. b. 3. Frequency and phase response of the Band pass filter using Lumped elements. 7. Frequency and phase response of the Low pass filter using Lumped elements. Measurement of attenuation of a transmission line for various lengths (like 25. a. Design of m derived filters. b. Study of frequency response of an equalizer that can boost or attenuate frequencies 50Hz. Impedance matching on transmission line a) Maximizing the power across a given load connected to a twin pair transmission line using a single stub and smith chart analysis b) Maximizing the power across a given load connected to a twin pair transmission line using a double stub and smith chart analysis 2. 4. Frequency and phase response of the High pass filter using Lumped elements. Measurement of ABCD parameters of a transmission line constructed using Lumped elements. b. Design of LC resonant circuit Frequency response – measurement of quality factor of a LC resonant circuit. 8. 67 . Measurement of Z parameters of a transmission line constructed using Lumped elements. Simulation of equalizer. Design of LPF/HPF/BPF/BEF. 10. a. c. b. Design of k type Band pass and Band stop filters. Measurement of capacitance and inductance per unit length of a coaxial cable. a.EC P53 . constant k/m derived /composite for the given cutoff frequency using MATLAB . Design of k type Low pass and high pass filters. a. 75. 11. 5. Design of switched Twin T network. Frequency and phase response of a Twin T network. 9. Measurement of voltage reflection coefficient and voltage standing wave ratio of a twin pair using VSWR meter. Frequency and phase response of the Band stop and notch filter using Lumped elements. a. b. Characteristics of Attenuators and Equalizers. 50. 6. Frequency and phase response of the m derived high pass filter. 1 KHz and 10 kHz. Frequency and phase response of the m derived low pass filter.

HS P54 .2003. Pearson Education.2008. Jaico Publishing House. 8.Chand &Co.III Writing: Importance of Writing – Written Vs Spoken Language – Formal and Informal Styles of writing – Resources for improving writing – Grammar and Usage – Vocabulary Building – SWOT analysis UNIT . Mastering Public Speaking. 3. Strategic Communication in Business and the Professions.David and Kim S. Cameron. Fourth Edition. Chaney Lilian and Jeanette Martin.IV Speaking Practice: Dialogue – Telephone Etiquette – Public Speaking – Debate – Informal Discussions – Presentations UNIT . Anne.V Aptitude: Verbal and Numerical aptitude References: 1.GENERAL PROFICIENCY-I UNIT . Intercultural Business Communication.S. 2. Pearson Education. Lakshminarayan.R. 2009.1999. Gustav and Lynda Dee Dixon. S. 4.A. The Perfect Leader. R. K. 6. 2007. Developing Management Skills. Leigh.I Art of Communication: Verbal and Non-verbal Communication – Barriers to Communication – Importance of Body Language – Effective Listening – Feedback UNIT . Pearson Education. Scitech. Aggarwal. 2005. Developing Soft Skills. Nicholls. Random House Business Books. Whetton .. Developing Soft Skills Pearson Education.2004. Andrew and Michael Maynard.II Introducation to Soft Skills: Attitude – Self-Confidence – Leadership Qualities – Emotional Quotient – Effective Time Management Skills – Surviving Stress – Overcoming Failure – Professional Ethics – Interpersonal Skills UNIT . Friedrich W. 5. 2008. 68 . 7. Sherfield M Robert. Quantitative Aptitude. Hair O’ Dan.

lossless channel. Huffman code UNIT. cyclic codes.INFORMATION THEORY AND CODING UNIT. Min-max criterionMaximum likelihood detector. decoding and performance. McGraw Hill. Turbo codes.Code efficiency and redundancy. Simon Haykin. 1986.Shannon Hartley theorem and its implications.Hamming.K.Basic relationship among different entropies.Omura. Shannon’s first and second fundamental theorem. 3. Shannon Fano code.Wiener filter.IV Source Coding: Purpose of encoding. Trellis code modulation. Neyman pearson criterion. Das. Redundancy and Efficiency UNIT. 1985.construction and decoding Text Book: 1.Continuous and discrete channels with noise.III Detection of Signals and Channels with Noise: Hypothesis testing. UNIT.EC T61 . LDPC codes. “Principles of Digital Communication”.Viterbi algorithm. UNIT. John Wiley and Sons. Reference Books: 1.Baye’s criterionMinimum error probability criterion.Entropy of symbols Continuous and discrete cases.J. 69 .coding. K.I Introduction to Information Theory: Measure of information. “Digital and Analog Communication Systems”. John Wiley and Sons. “Communication Systems”.Mullick and P. Fourth Edition.V Error Correcting Codes: Linear block codes.II Channel Classification and Capacity: Continuous and discrete communication channelsDiscrete memoryless channels-Channel representations. Shannon’s encoding algorithm. Wiley Eastern Limited.noiseless channel. A.Viterbi and J. Convolutional codes.Sam Shanmugam. 2. “Principles of Digital Communication and Coding”.Mutual information and Trans information. Conditional entropies.K. Binary Symmetric channel.K. Concatenated codes.Uniquely decipherable codes. deterministic. Binary Erasure channel and their capacities . Block codes. BCH and RS codes. S.Chatterjee.

DQPSK. Tata McGraw Hill.Cipher principles . 2008. MSK. Prentice Hall. “Principles of Communication systems”.Tracking and acquisition in spread spectrum system UNIT.II Band Pass Transmission: ASK. Bernard Sklar. 2008.I Base Band Transmission: Base band transmission . “Digital Communications”.RSA algorithm Text Books: 1. DPCM.Eye pattern Companding .Coherent systems .Demodulation schemes . Simon Haykin. 2.Direct sequence spread spectrum systems .Hybrid systems . 2008.V Encryption and Decryption: Model encryptor . DM. NJ.PN sequences .Public key encryption system. Reference Books: 1.Network synchronization . QAM . 70 . William Stallings. Upper Saddle River.IV Synchronization: Receiver synchronization .Coherent and Non-coherent detection of ASK. 2008.Error probability performance of binary signaling . 2. FSK and PSK Comparison of error performance of non.error performance UNIT. Taub and Schilling. “Digital Communications”.decryptor . India.Frequency hopping spread spectrum systems .Application of matched filter . Proakis.PCM.Multilevel base band transmission .A law and µ law.III Spread Spectrum Communication: Spread spectrum technologies .coherently and coherently detected ASK.Diffie-Hellman key exchange . ADM systems .Open and closed loop transmitter synchronization .Data encryption standard .Detection of signals in Gaussian noise Matched filter . 3.Classical encryption techniques . Third Edition. QPSK. Bruce Carlson. “Cryptography and Network Security . “Digital Communication”.spreading techniques . Second Edition. “Principles of Digital Communication”. 2008. John Wiley and Sons.Wave form representation of binary digits .Symbol and frame synchronization .Elliptic curve architecture and cryptography .Principles and Practices”.Stream encryption.RAKE Receivers .EC T62 .Vectorial view of MPSK and MFSK . 4.M-ary signaling .Inter symbol interference . PSK.correlation receiver UNIT. Tata Mc Graw Hill.Use of spread spectrum with code division multiple access UNIT. 2008. FSK.DIGITAL COMMUNICATION UNIT. PHI Learning. FSK and PSK systems . JG.Detection of signals in noise . McGraw Hill Publications.Key management .

3.SONET/SDH architecture.EC T63 . 2007.Internet.Go-back N. Tata McGraw-hill. “Data Communication and Networking”.Structure of circuit and packet switches. 802.WEP.V Network Security: Security issue.ICMP-Direct Vs indirect delivery.Preservation measures-Firewalls.Next generation virus defence.Checksum. H. “Data Communications and Network security”. UNIT.Traffic management.III Network Routing Algorithms: Logical addressing.Internet protocol.Selective repeat protocolsHDLC-Random access protocols.TCP congestion control.Queuing models.WPA.6.Unicast and Multicast routing protocols.Layers in the OSI model-TCP/IP protocol suite.COMPUTER COMMUNICATION NETWORKS UNIT. A. Intrusion detection systems.Routers and gateways. UNIT. 2006.Networks.II Data Link Control: Types of errors.FDDI-DQDB. Behrouz.Gigabit Ethernet.IEEE standards. MAN and WAN.Defensive strategiesNetwork auditing and intrusion detection. UNIT.ATM protocol reference model-ATM layers.IV Congestion and Traffic Management: Queuing analysis. Text Books: 1. Snyder.Legal implications. Tata McGraw-hill.Performance of TCP over ATM.Network administration.wireless network security. Protection form spam.Controlled access. UNIT.11 and Bluetooth. Forouzan.Wired LANs.Transition from IPv4 to IPv6.Error detection and correction.LAN.The OSI/ISO reference model.FramingFlow control-Error control.Forwarding. intrusion prevention systems.Effects of congestion. Houston.Wireless security features.I Network Models: Data communications.Fast Ethernet.Congestion and control. Fourth Edition.TKIP.Protocols and standards. 2.Broadband ISDN.threats and responses.4.Requirements for ATM traffic and congestion control.Mapping physical to logical address.IEEE 802. IEEE 802. 71 .IPv4 addresses. Carr and Charles.TCP flow control. 802. New Delhi.IP addressing.Single server and multi server queues.IPv6.Congestion control in packet networks. A. New Delhi.Congestion control in data networks and internets.5 and 802.Wireless LANs. Intranet and Extranets. Home networks security.Ethernet.Mapping logical to physical address.Stop and wait protocol.Radiation.

2. Second Edition. 2008. B. New Delhi. 4. Peterson. “Computer Networks”. 2008 72 . “ATM Networks”. New Delhi. Morgan Kauffmann.Reference Books: 1. 2008. 3. L and Davie.S. Pearson Education Asia. Addison Wesley. 2002. “Computer Networks”. Andrew . “High Speed Networks and Internets”. New Delhi. William Stallings. Tanenbaum. Fourth Edition PHI Learning Private Ltd. Rainer Handel et al.

“Digital Control Systems”. John B Peatman. Pearson Education. Gopal. UNIT IV PIC Microcontroller: Overview of PIC microcontroller – Instruction set – Timer compare and capture mode – watch dog Timer . M.8051 Assembly Language programming –Counters and Timers – Serial I/O – Interrupts. Muhammad Ali Mazidi. Using assembly and C for PIC 18” . 73 .Memory and I/O interfacing. DC and Stepper motor interfacing. 3. Danny Causey “PIC Microcontroller and Embedded Systems. 4. 2008.Relay. PWM. Penram International Publishing. Pearson Education Asia. Case Studies: Data Acquisition System. “The 8086/8088 family: The design . Stacks and Subroutines . and Embedded Systems”. Prentice Hall of India Pvt. Ltd. 2000. Assembly Language Programming. Programmable Interrupt controller 8259. DAC. 2. Temperature monitoring system. “Microprocessor Architecture Programming and Applications with 8085”. Instruction format. 1996. 2000.registers. “Design with PIC Microcontrollers”. 3. Programming and Interfacing”. UNIT III 8051 Microcontrollers: Microcontrollers Vs Microprocessors – 8051 Architecture Instruction set . New Age International.MICROPROCESSORS AND MICROCONTROLLERS UNIT I 8085 Microprocessor:– Evolution of Microprocessors – 8085 architecture – Timing and Control signals . Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Co. 5. UNIT V Microcontroller based Systems Design: LCD interfacing – ADC. USART 8251.EC T64 . “The 8051 Microcontroller.Ayala. Muhammad Ali Mazidi. “The 8051 Microcontroller Architecture Programming and Applications”. UNIT II Microprocessor Peripheral interfacing: Programmable Peripheral interface 8255 – Keyboard and display interface 8279– Programmable timer 8253. Addressing modes. Uffenbeck. PHI Learning. address and data busses. Ramesh Goankar. Ajit Paul. Janice Gillispie Mazidi. Kenneth J. and sensor interfacing – Real-time clock . Manipulator Robot Arm.Synchronous Serial Port – Serial Peripheral Interface – I2C Bus operation . Rolin McKinlay. Ltd. Introduction to 8086 Hardware Architecture and features. Text books: 1. References: 1. 2002. “Microprocessor Principles and Applications”. 2. Penram International Publishing (India). instruction set. 1999. 1998.

74 . Obtain the coded output for the given sine wave. Construct a Binary Phase Shift Keying (BPSK) modulator and demodulator circuit. 12. Obtain the coded output for the given sine wave.8. To design and construct DS-CDMA circuit and verify its operation. Construct a frequency synthesizer circuit using PLL for the given frequency. Obtain the time domain and frequency domain response of the above modulation schemes. Compare its bit error performance. To study the different line coding techniques 1) NRZ unipolar format 2) NRZ polar format 3) NRZ bipolar format and 4) Manchester format. 10. Compare its bit error performance. Obtain the TDM output. 11. 5. 2. Obtain the waveforms of the different formats. BFSK and BPSK circuits using Matlab. Construct an Amplitude Shift Keying (ASK) modulator and demodulator circuit. 8.COMMUNICATION LABORATORY. Obtain the BPSK modulated and demodulated waveforms. Obtain the ASK modulated and demodulated waveforms.EC P61 . 7. Construct a Frequency Shift Keying (FSK) modulator and demodulator circuit. Construct a Delta modulator and demodulator circuit. Simulate M-ary ASK. 9. Construct a time division multiplexing circuit to combine two different data streams onto a single channel by assigning time slots to each.16 using Matlab. Simulate BASK. Construct a Pulse code modulator and demodulator circuit. Obtain the synthesized waveform. FSK and PSK circuits for M = 2. 3. 4. Obtain the FSK modulated and demodulated waveforms. Implementation of data encryption and decryption using Matlab. 6.II 1. Obtain the DSCDMA waveform. 4.

Time slot Vs error plot.Trithemius key. Simulation of ISDN traffic model a) To simulate the ISDN traffic model for multiple users and to obtain i. Mono alphabetic cipher. M/M/I queuing model a) To simulate M/M/I queuing model and obtain i.EC P62 . Vigenere plain and cipher key. Time slot Vs number of users. iii. Buffer size for the given loss. The optimum buffer size for which error rate will be less than stipulated value. . iii. Maximum and average packet loss without buffer. 6. 4. User numbers Vs ON period. Buffer size for the given loss. The optimum buffer size for which error rate will be less than stipulated value. iii. 7. iv. Maximum average packet loss without buffer. Average error rate. Time slot Vs bandwidth plot. Time slot Vs bandwidth plot. ii. a) To simulate a M/G/I and G/G/I queuing model and obtain i. Encryption and decryption a) To simulate and test the following encryption and decryption algorithm. Maximum and average packet loss with buffer. Time slot Vs un-served data user. Time slot Vs packet loss plot. Time slot Vs packet loss plot. Time slot Vs BER plot. Poly alphabetic cipher. iii. Simulation of data traffic and video traffic model a) To simulate the data traffic and multiple rate video traffic for multiple users and to obtain i. b) To simulate voice traffic model and obtain i. Time slot VS bandwidth plot. i. Vigenere key. Time slot Vs un-served video user.caeser cipher. iv. iii. Time slot Vs BER plot. Simulation of ON-OFF and voice traffic model a) To simulate the ON-off traffic model and plot the following waveform i. Maximum and average packet loss with buffer. 3. M/G/I and G/G/I queuing model. 75 2. PN sequence generation and testing a) To generate maximal and non maximal length PN sequence and test its randomness properties. iv. iii. ii. Time slot Vs bandwidth allotted. iii. ii. ii. RSA with and without digital signature. ii. iv.COMPUTER NETWORKS LABORATORY 1. ii. ii. 5.

8. Uniform distribution iii. Uni-cast ii. Shortest path routing algorithm ii. Selective repeat protocol 9. Wireless LAN a) To establish wireless LAN test bed (or) wireless LAN environment and perform i. Rayleigh distribution v. Error control protocol a) To simulate and test i. Hamming code 10. File transfer protocol 76 . Exponential distribution iv. Negative binomial distribution vii. Hierarchical routing algorithm 11. Flow control a) To simulate and test i. generate and trace the following PDF i. Cyclic redundancy check ii. Multicast iii. Gaussian distribution ii. Routing algorithms a) To simulate and test i. Generation of PDF a) To study. Gamma distribution viii. Poisson distribution 12. Go back N protocol iii. Stop and wait protocol ii. Binomial distribution vi.

MICROPROCESSOR AND MICROCONTROLLER LABORATORY Experiments based on 8085 Microprocessor • • • • • • • 8 bit and 16 bit Arithmetic Operations Array operations Bit Manipulation operations Code conversions Subroutines Digital Clock simulation Block operations Experiments based on 8051/PIC microcontroller • • • • • • • • • • • • LCD interface ADC /DAC interface Stepper motor interface Serial communication (kit-to-kit and/or pc-to-kit) Watch dog timer Real-time clock Printer interfacing Water level indicator Traffic light controller Elevator simulation Pulse width modulation Interfacing of relay switches 77 .EC P63 .

Course in Mental Ability and Quantitative Aptitude. 5. Group Discussions and Interviews. First Edition. Career Press Editors. A Modern Approach to Verbal and Non-Verbal Reasoning. Edgar. Delhi. Communicate or Collapse : A Handbook of Effective Public Speaking. Test of Reasoning. Tata McGraw-Hill. 2.M. Edgar.2004. Communication Skills for Engineers. Pushplata and Sanjay Kumar. Mishra Sunita and Muralikrishna.HS P64 GENERAL PROFICIENCY – II UNIT – I Composition Analysis: Technical and Non-Technical Passages (GRE Based) – Differences in American and British English – Analyzing Contemporary issues – Expanding Terminology UNIT – II Writing: Job Application Letter Writing – Resume Writing UNIT – III Oral Skills: Group Discussion – Introduction and Practice – Team Work – Negotiation Skills – Organizing and Attending Meetings – Facing Interviews UNIT – IV Adapting to Corporate Life: Corporate Etiquette – Grooming and Dressing UNIT – V Aptitude: Verbal and numerical aptitude Reference Books: 1. 2003. Aggarwal. 6.S. 4. PHI Learning. 2001.Chand & Co.. 2004. Tata McGrawHill. 7. 3.2007. Thorpe.S. 78 . Jaico Publishing House. Prasad. Tata McGrawHill. H.2003. How to prepare for Group Discussion and Interview.2003. Pearson Education. Thorpe. R.101 Great Resumes.

P/V ratio. Break-Even Analysis. Equal Payment Series Capital Recovery Factor. Inflation Adjusted Decisions – Procedure to Adjust Inflation. Sinking Fund Method of Depreciation/Annuity Method of Depreciation. Concept of Engineering Economics – Engineering Efficiency. Sum-of-the-Years-Digits Method of Depreciation. Economic Efficiency. Determination of Economic Life of an Asset. Equal Payment Series Sinking Fund Factor. Uniform Gradient Series Annual Equivalent Factor. Aims.EC T71 . Interest Formulas and their Applications – Time Value of Money.III Methods of Comparison of Alternatives: Present Worth Method (Revenue Dominated Cash Flow Diagram. Replacement of an Asset with a New Asset – Capital Recovery with Return and Concept of Challenger and Defender. Building material selection. Types of Replacement Problem.V Depreciation: Introduction. Process Planning.I Introduction to Economics:– Flow in an Economy. Straight Line Method of Depreciation. Cost Dominated Cash Flow Diagram). Marginal Revenue. Effective Interest Rate. Scope of Engineering Economics. Sunk cost. Future Worth Method (Revenue Dominated Cash Flow Diagram. Law of supply and Demand. Single Payment Present Worth Factor. Cost Dominated Cash Flow Diagram). 79 . Service Output Method of Depreciation. Compound Amount Factor. UNIT . Value Engineering : Function. Value Engineering procedure.II Make or Buy Decision. Declining Balance Method of Depreciation. Elementary Economics Analysis – Material selection for product. Examples on comparison of alternatives and Determination of Economics Life of asset. Cost Dominated Cash Flow Diagram). Elements of costs.ENGINEERING ECONOMICS UNIT . Evaluation of Public Alternatives.IV Replacement and Maintenance Analysis : Types of Maintenance. Opportunity cost. Annual Equivalent Method (Revenue Dominated Cash Flow Diagram. Equal Payment Series Present Worth Factor. Examples.Introduction. Marginal Cost. Examples in all the methods UNIT . Simple Probabilistic Model for items which fail Completely. Examples in all the methods. UNIT . UNIT . Single Payment Compound Amount Factor. Design selection for a product. Equal Payment Series. Rate of Return Method.

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LED. 4. Hybrid Tee.Y. 81 . Text Books: 1. “Microwaves”.I Microwave Active Devices: Gunn diode and its mode – PIN modulator . Hybrid rings (rat-race) and Terminator. 2 Edition. Introduction to AON. Wiley Eastern Ltd. scattering parameters and dielectric constant measurement. 2. Gupta. PON and FTH. Senior. impedance. 1992. 2. Second Edition. gain. “Microwave devices and circuits”. Optical Windows.V Optical Networks: Optical transmitters and receivers.Bipolar transistor – FET – Transferred electron oscillators – Avalanche diode oscillators – Parametric amplifiers . “Optical Fiber Communications Principles and Practice”. bends. “Microwave Engineering”. Antennas. Reference Books: 1. “Microwave Engineering”. 1987.Scattering losses – Dispersion – Radiation losses. Erbium Doped Fibre Amplifiers. 4th Edition. UNIT . Absorption losses . Liao. UNIT . McGraw Hill. Harcourt Publishers International Company. PHI Learning. PHI Learning. power budget analysis. Acceptance angle. Antenna Measurements: Radiation pattern. Numerical aperture. David Poser. M. Rajiv Ramaswami and Kumar N. Circulators. Optical Source . properties of S matrix..IV Optical Fibers and Devices: Propagation of light . “Optical Networks – A Practical Perspective”. John Wiley. Attenuation.EC T72 . 3. S matrix representation of Waveguide corners. 1987. Attenuators.MICROWAVE AND OPTICAL ENGINEERING UNIT . 6.III Microwave Measurements: VSWR. Sivarajan. Annapoorna Das and Sisir K. 1998. K.Two cavity klystron amplifier – Power and efficiency considerations – Reflex Klystron oscillators – Modes and efficiency considerations – Magnetrons – TWT. Das. TMH. power. Wave guide Tee.II S Parameters: Scattering parameters. twists. Gerd Keiser. 3. insertion loss.C. 2000. “Foundation of Microwave Engineering”. ILD characteristics. John. Optical detectors – PIN – APD characteristics. Collins. McGraw Hill. John. 1983. Kraus. 2008. Directional couplers. WDM.DWDM and SONET/SDH. phase and polarization measurement UNIT . D. 3rd edition 2004. F.IMPATT and TRAPATT diodes .Optical fiber structures. R. Conversion of ABCD and S matrix. 2009.point to point link – link design. nd 4. PHI. J. UNIT . 5. System block diagram . The McGraw Hill Companies. Isolators. Anoop Singh. directivity. “Optical Fiber Communications”. Microwave Engineering.

‘C’ Program compilers – Cross compiler – Optimization of memory needs. Instruction issue and execution. Requirement Analysis. UNIT . Addressing modes. PCI-X. Device Management . Issues and Challenges in Embedded system Design. Mailboxes. 82 .V System Design Techniques: Design Methodologies.RTOS Task scheduling models:. Structures. ‘CAN’. Use of Date Types. Introduction to VLIW and DSP processors. C++ : Programming in assembly language (ALP) vs High Level Language . Iso-synchronous and Asynchronous Communications from Serial Devices . Pipelining. Pointers. configurable processors and multi-core processors.Examples of Internal Serial-Communication Devices:.Telephone PBX.C Program Elements:. Message Queues. Parallel Port Devices .Macros and functions. Levels in architecture.Goals. Remote Procedure Calls (RPCs) . Virtual (Logical) Sockets.Advanced I/O Serial high speed buses: ISA. Synchronous. Functional description-hardware/software trade-off Introduction to RISC architecture.Concepts of Embedded Programming in C++:. Structure. ‘USB’. Use of Semaphore(s).SPI. configurable designed chips.System Architecture. cPCI and advanced buses. Cyclic Scheduling with Time Slicing.Operating System Services:. System Analysis and Architecture Design. Data alignment and byte ordering. UNIT . Trends: SC. Embedded processor architecture: General concepts.I Introduction to Embedded Processors: Introduction to Embedded Computing. UART.III Programming Concepts and Embedded Programming in C. tasks and threads – Inter Process Communication:. Set-top Boxes.EMBEDDED SYSTEMS UNIT . custom designed chips.EC T73 . UNIT .Timer and Counting Devices – Serial Communication using: ‘I2C’.II Devices and Buses for Devices Network: I/O Devices:. UNIT . Instruction formats. Personal Digital Assistants.Shared data problem.IV Real Time Operating Systems: Definitions of process. Pipes. Priority Inversion Problem and Deadlock Situations. PCI. Process Management.Objected Oriented Programming. Design Examples:.Hardware Design and Software Design.Real Time Operating System . Kernel. Function Calls .Types and Examples of I/O devices. Memory Management. instruction sets. Embedded Programming in C++. Specification. Ink jet printer .Co-operative Round Robin Scheduling.

Embedded Systems Design – A unified Hardware/Software Introduction. Embedded Systems Design. 3.Textbooks: 1. Computers as Components: Principles of Embedded Computing System Design – Harcourt India.Simon.. First reprint Oct. David E. References: 1. 2. First Indian Reprint 2001. Morgan Kaufman Publishers. Frank Vahid and Tony Givargis. 2002. 2003 2. Second Edition. Steve Heath. 83 . John Wiley. First Indian Reprint 2000. Pearson Education Asia. Rajkamal. Embedded Systems Architecture. Wayne Wolf. TATA McGraw-Hill. Ltd. An Embedded Software Primer. Programming and Design. Elsevier India Pvt.2007.

COMMUNICATION LABORATORY . Gunn diode characteristics a) V-I characteristics of Gunn diode b) Measurement of wavelength and operating frequency of Gunn diode using slotted waveguide (without frequency meter). 9. 7. Magic Tee etc. Reflex Klystron characteristics Mode characteristics measurement of Reflex Klystron Oscillator and estimation of bandwidth. 8.III 1. ETS and ETR. c) Estimation of FNBW. 6.EC P71 . 3.). 5. 10. Determination of VSWR and impedance of unknown load Radiation pattern measurement of antenna a) Basic microwave setup establishment using Reflex Klystron oscillator b) Measurement of E-plane and H-plane radiation patterns of antenna. Characterization of microwave components a) Characterization of given passive microwave components (DC. HPBW and side lobe level of the antenna Dielectric constant measurements Measurement of relative and absolute dielectric constant of given dielectric materials using basic microwave setup. 84 . Study of optical fiber characteristics a) Frequency response b) Attenuation c) Coupling loss d) Numerical aperture Study of fiber fault characteristics using OTDR Study of TDM using optical kit and establishment of a digital link Study of fiber sensors a) Temperature sensor b) Pressure sensor c) Strain sensor 2. b) Validation of the results obtained through simulation using any environment. 4. E-plane.

Remote Control through FM Link Establishing an FM link between two microcontrollers for data transfer. Hot Chamber Controller to maintain the temperature at the set point.EC P72 . Designing a lamp controller having a light sensor and a timer 85 .EMBEDDED SYSTEMS LABORATORY 1. Moisture sensor and sprinkler controller design 10. Temperature Measurement with 7 segment display 5. PC Communication Interfacing the microcontroller to a PC through RS232 interface and displaying the messages sent by the microcontroller on the PC using Visual Basic program running in PC 6. Voltage Measurement with display Designing a voltmeter to measure voltage from 0 to 5 volts and displaying the measured value using 7 segment displays 2. 8. Digital Clock with LCD display 4. Design of Water Pump Controller to sense the water level in a tank 3.receiver 9. Obstacle Detector using ultrasonic transmitter. 7.

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 EC PW7 . Each student has to submit a detailed report on the training programme undergone. followed by a brief question and answer session. 86 .INDUSTRIAL VISIT/TRAINING The students are required to undergo in plant training for a period of two weeks /four industrial visits during the summer vacation after the fourth semester.SEMINAR Each one of the students will be assigned a Seminar Topic in the current and frontier areas. the Head of the Department and one more faculty member will conduct the internal assessment. the progress of the work carried out in the 7th semester will be monitored and assessed internally for a total of 50 marks. A committee of departmental faculty members comprising the project guide. In the phase I of the project work. The project work has to be carried out in the 7th and 8 th semesters and completed by the end of the 8th semester. running to 30 or 40 pages.EC P73 . The student will make a oral presentation for a period of about 30 minutes.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. EC P74 . The student has to conduct a detailed study/survey of the material available on the assigned topic and prepare a report. 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.

advertising. merits and demerits. Dhanpat Rai & sons.P. Martand Telsang – Industrial Engineering and Production Management. weighted moving average. Layout and Material Handling: Plant Location: Influencing factors – evaluation of location alternatives (Simple problems) Plant layout: Classification of production systems – principles of layout – basic types of layout – Line balancing – Ranking Positional weight Method (simple problems)Material Handling: functions – principles – classification of material handling equipments (only classification and no description) – factors to be considered in selection of material handling equipments. 1986. 4. Annuity Method and Rate of return Methods (simple problems) – Preparation of balance sheet and profit and loss statements. Types of industrial ownership – characteristics. market research. Planning and control: functions – qualitative and quantitative techniques of forecasting – simple problems in forecasting using moving average. UNIT . Human Resource Management: individual and group behaviour – motivation and morale .Chand and Co.V Marketing and Human Resources Management: Marketing Management: Core concepts of marketing.IV Financial Management: Fixed and variable costs – cost ladder – Break even analysis (simple problems) – Types of capital – working capital – Sources of finance (internal and external) . Joseph Monks – Operations Management. 1998. “Industrial Engineering and Management”.EC T81 .I Plant Location.manpower planning – Job evaluation and merit rating. PHI Learning. O. 87 . 3.Panner Selvam. promotion. 2.III Production Management: Production. UNIT .. UNIT .pricing and relative factors: channel of distribution. Khanna. S. Types of organization – characteristics.INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT UNIT . New York. McGraw Hill.II General Management: Basic concepts of management – Scientific management – Henry Fayal’s principles of management – Types and functions of management. needs. “Production and Operations Management”. 2002. simple exponential smoothing and regression methods (simple problems) – routing – loading and scheduling – different methods of scheduling – product sequencing (simple problems using Johnson’s Algorithm) – expediting – dispatching – Introduction to inventory control and materials management. merits and demerits.Evaluation of investments – Present Worth Method. marketing Vs selling – products and markets . wants and demands. UNIT . Text / Reference Books: 1.fatigue – accidents: causes and remedies .1999. R. Future Worth Method.

high data rate digital subscriber loop. “Telecommunication Switching Systems and Networks”. operation of hybrid.E. protocol stacks. Text Books: 1. design for 100 line. application software. ISDN services. S-T-S. Thiagarajan Viswanathan. Introduction to the basic principles of frame relay. fiber optic networks. echo suppressors. cross bar switching and exchange organization. OSI reference model. John C. transmission plan. New Delhi. three and multistage space division networks. rotary dial telephone. enhanced services offered by SPC. time multiplexed time switching. incoming traffic and service time characterization. Satellite based data networks.000 line exchange.TELECOMMUNICATION SWITCHING NETWORKS UNIT-I Principles and Evolution of Switching Systems: Basics of switching system. signaling tones. modeling switching systems. 10. Time Division Switching: Basic time division space switching. UNIT-II Space Division Switching: Two. numbering plan. Four wire concept. 2001. Third edition.EC T82 . New Delhi. T-S. charging plan. blocking probability calculations using Lee’s method. time multiplexed space switching. ISDN numbering and addressing. T-S-T and other multistage combination switching. 2. transmission channels and user network interface in ISDN. UNIT-III Traffic Engineering: Network traffic load and parameters. In channel signalling. 2008. asymmetric digital subscriber loop. blocking models and loss systems. UNIT-V Data Networks: Data transmission in PSTN. “Digital Telephony”. 88 . common channel signalling. Reference Book: 1. John Wiley and Sons. 1000 line. manual switching system. ISDN protocol architecture. J. time division time switching. strowger switching components.Flood. basics of signalling. Combination Switching: S-T. Pearson Education Ltd. 2000. switching techniques for data transmission. step-by-step switching. VDSL. “Telecommunication switching traffic and networks”. touch tone dial telephone. Centralized and distributed SPC. GOS and blocking probability. UNIT-IV Telephone Networks: Subscriber loop systems. software architecture. transmission systems. PHI Learning. internetworking. ISDN standards. TCP/IP and ATM. Bellamy. delay systems.

7. Study of Microwave Communication Systems Demonstration of ISDN concept with optical link or microwave link and the study of link response at various stages. Spectrum analysis of TV signals using Spectrum Analyzer Design and testing of LP/HP/BP/BS filters for FM range using Vector Network Analyzer and validating the results through simulation. 3. microwave. Study of Radar trainer kit a) Detection of moving/static objects b) Range of the objects c) Velocity of the moving objects Study of computer communication a) A secure PC to PC communication (wire/wireless). 8. Design and testing of antenna using Vector Network Analyzer a) Antenna response (for FM range) b) Impedance measurement of the designed antenna. 6. b) Voice and data transmission c) Performance evaluation a) Simulation of spread spectrum.ADVANCED COMMUNICATION LABORATORY 1. optical and satellite communication systems b) Simulation to determine the response of atleast any two of the following using any environment: • Error performance of CDMA in AWGN and fading channel for multiuser environment • Characterizing the given microwave link and validating through analytical measure • Power budget and rise time link analysis of a given optical link • A satellite link. 4. 9. Study of Radio Communication Analyzer (RCA) Spectrum analysis of modulated signals using Spectrum Analyzer and validating the results through simulation. 2. 5. 10) 89 .EC P81 .

EC P82 . Prentice Hall. The external university examination.PROJECT WORK (PHASE II) Extension and completion of project work started in the previous semester. Electromagnetic Waves and Waveguides.PROFESSIONAL ETHICAL PRACTICE The course should cover the following topics by way of Seminars. Charles D. Test 3Analog and digital communication. will be a Viva Voce examination conducted by a committee of one external examiner and one internal examiner appointed by the university. Test 2-Signal Processing. The internal assessment for a total of 50 marks will be made by a committee comprising of the faculty members of the department. Electric Circuits. Advanced communication systems). Expert Lectures and Assignments: 1. EC P83 . which carries a total of 50 marks. will have report evaluation and viva voce examination conducted by a committee of one external examiner and one internal examiner appointed by the university.Fleddermann. 5. each student has to prepare a project report and submit the same to the department. 1999 EC PW8 . which carries a total of 50 marks. 4.COMPREHENSIVE VIVA-VOCE The student will be tested for his understanding of the basic principles of the core engineering subjects. 90 . “Engineering Ethics”. 2. Engineering Ethics – Moral issues. Antennas Control Systems. 3. The external university examination. New Mexico. On completion of the project work. The committee will conduct three written examinations of short questions type from the subjects (Test1-Analog and Digital Electronic Circuits. the project work and the report will be evaluated by the internal assessment committee by conducting two reviews and one demo for a total of 50 marks. Microprocessor and VLSI. In the Phase II. Ethical theories and their uses Engineering as Experimentation – Code of Ethics Engineer’s responsibility for safety Responsibilities and rights Global issues of engineering ethics Reference Book: 1.

Types and definitions. Multi.ELECTIVES OF SIXTH SEMESTER EC E61 . UNIT-II Neural Networks: Biological inspiration – Neuron model and Network architectures perception – Architecture. Text Books: 1.SOFT COMPUTING UNIT-I Fuzzy Systems: Crisp sets – Fuzzy sets – Operation and properties. mechanical and civil engineering. 2002 91 . Martin T.A Multi parameter mapped fixed point coding – Computer assignments. Gold Berg ‘Genetic Algorithm’ Pearson Education 2002. GA and EP in computer science. fitness scaling. Deruth and Mark Beale ‘Neural Network Design’. constraint handling in GA Evolution strategies general programming – Computer assignments. Genetic operation – Crossover. 4. UNIT-V Applications: Applications to various branches of Engineering and science. Inversion. John Wiley and sons. 2.Application of fuzzy. Thompson Learning. neural. Membership value assignments – Rule based systems.Computer assignment. electrical. Ross ‘Fuzzy logic with Engineer application’ McGraw Hill. Timothy J. Limitations of multiplayer perception. Real parameter GA.objective optimization using Evolutionary Algorithm – by Kalyanmoy Deb. UNIT-IV Evolutionary Programming: Single and multi objective optimization-General algorithmBinary GA. UNIT-III Genetic Algorithm: Goals of optimization – Introduction to GA – Terminologies. Structure and parameters of a Fuzzy system. Hagam Howard B. mutation. 1996 3. Simple GA . communication. learning rule. David E.Data structure.Back propagation algorithm – Learning rule – Computer assignments. Fuzzy membership function. instrumentation and control. Fuzzy relations – Equivalence and tolerance relations. Type of fuzzy inference.

control statements. Continuous assignments. fall. Timing control (level and edge sensitive) and delays.Stick Diagram. UNIT III Arithmetic Circuits: One bit adder.EC E62.Memories and Registers. 2’s complement array multiplication-Booth encodingWallace Tree multiplier.multibit adder –Ripple carry-Carry Skip Adder-Carry Look Ahead Adder. tasks and functions.Altera and Xilinx FPGA devices. For-while-repeat and forever loops. operators. Rise. UNIT V Introduction to Verilog: Basics of Verilog. Parameters and Defines for design reuse. max delays.Introduction to power reduction techniques-Dynamic Power Reduction-Static Power Reduction.Verilog and logic synthesis.multipliers – Design of serial. Blocking & nonblocking assignments. Sequential and parallel statement groups.design rules and layout. CMOS and Bi CMOS – parity generator – multiplexers. parallel and pipelined multipliers.design of signed parallel adder-comparison of different schemes in terms of delay . Design Process and Layout: Pass transistor and transmission gatesinverter-NAND gates and NOR Gates for n MOS. Behavioral & synthesizable coding styles for modeling sequential logic.different schemes and their comparison. 92 . Data Types. min. UNIT IV Programmable ASIC’s and FPGAs: Actel.VLSI DESIGN UNIT I Introduction: Introduction to VLSI and VLSI fabrication. If-else and case statements.choice of layers.CMOS inverter– propagation delays – power dissipation . MOS layers .code converters – PLA – Clocked sequential circuits. Behavioral and synthesizable coding styles for modeling combinational logic. UNIT II VLSI Logic Circuits.

“Introduction to VLSI design”.D. Wayne wolf. Anantha Chandrakasan and Borivoje Nikolic. 5.R.Fabricious. E. 2.2002. 3. E .E. Jan M Rabaey. Weste and K.” Addison Wesley Publishing Company. Thomas. Neil H. “Digital Integrated Circuits: A Design Perspective”. 1990. J..Eshraghian.” Dorling Kindersley (india) Pvt Ltd. “Modern VLSI Design: System on Chip Design. “Principles of CMOS VLSI design. 2006.1985.TEXT BOOKS: 1.2001 4.Kluwer Academic Publishers. 3. REFERENCEBOOKS: 1. 93 .Philip.1997. “Application Specific Integrated Circuits”. Pearson Education. Mc Graw Hill. “Principles of CMOS VLSI designA circuits and Systems Perspective. D . 2005.David Harris and Ayan Banerjee. 2007. Neil He Weste. Bhasker “A Verilog HDL Primer. Prentice Hall India.” Star Galaxy Press.” Prentice Hall of India. 2. 2nd ed.. Sebastian Smith. Moorby “The Verilog Hardware Description Language”.

Adaptive filtering.Real time filtering – Circular buffering. 94 . UNIT-IV Code Optimization: Word – wide optimization – Mixing C and assembly.Code initialization – Code composer studio – Interrupt data processing. UNIT-V Frame Processing.Proakis and Dimitris G. Core Architecture Overview.Real time FFT – Real time analysisReal time scheduling – real time data exchange – DSP / BIOS – Data synchronization and communication. “DSP System design using the TMS320C600 Prentice hall 2001(Unit III.V) Reference Books 1. Manolakis. Sophocles J. “ Introduction to signal processing “ .Orfanidis.EC E63 . Instruction Set.1997. applications and experiments with the TMS320C55x” . Debugging Support. 3.IV . 2. Prentice Hall. Address Generation Unit.DFT and FFT Implementation. Bob H. External Memory Interface.2 DIT FFTLeakage.Implementation of digital filters: single and double precision FIR Filters – IIR Filters – Multirate filters. Sen M. John G. DMA Controller. Instruction Cache. Nasser Kehtarnavaz and Mansour Keramat. UNIT-II FFT and Filter Implementation using DSP56XXX: Implementation of FFT : Radix. 1996. DSP56300 Family Manual from Freescale Semiconductors. Volume 1 Analog devices . Mohammed El-Sharkawy. 4. 1992(Unit I. 2. John Wiley and Sons. Operating Modes and Memory Spaces.II). UNIT-III TMS320C6x Architecture: CPU Operation – Pipelined CPU. Benchmark Programs. DSP Division Prentice Hall. PLL and Clock Generator.Implementations. Data Arithmetic Logic Unit. 2001.2 fast Fourier transforms – Block floating point scaling – Optimized radix. “ Digital processing – Principles . Program Control Unit. Algorithms and applications”.DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSORS AND APPLICATIONS UNIT-I Freescale DSP56XXX Architecture and Programming: Introduction. Third Edition PHI.VelociTI – C64x DSPSoftware tools: EVM – DSK Target C6x board – Assembly file – Memory managementCompiler utility. Text Books 1.” Real – time digital signal processing.Kuo .software pipelining – C64x improvements . Real Time Analysis and Scheduling: Frame processing: DMA DSP Host Communication. 5. Digital Signal Processing Applications using the ADSP – 2100 Family.Digital Signal Processing Applications With Motorola's DSP56002.Lee.

Network Types .Basic Concepts .Mainframe systems .Deadlock avoidance .Efficiency and Performance .File Concept .File Sharing .Interprocess Communication .Synchronization Hardware . Computer-System Operation .Multithreading models . 95 .Critical regions . Event Ordering Mutual Exclusion .System Programs .File System Implementation .Handheld Systems.Atomicity .Real Time Scheduling .Classic problems of Synchronization .V Distributed Systems:Background . File System Implementation .Operating-System Services .Scheduling Algorithms .Segmentation .Streams .Network Structure.System Design and Implementation . Virtual Memory Background .Storage Implementation .Storage Structure .Process creation .Communication in client-server systems.Background .Directory Implementation .An Overview :Introduction to OS .Segmentation with Paging. UNIT .Virtual Machines . UNIT .File . Disk Structure .Tertiary Storage Structure.Deadlock Handling .II Process Management :Process Concept .Deadlock Characterization .I/O Structure .Desktop Systems .Reaching Agreement.III Storage Management :Storage Management .Concurrency Control .Kernel I/O Subsystem Transforming I/O to Hardware Operations .Disk Scheduling .System Generation.Allocation Methods Free-space Management .Atomic transactions.Distributed Systems . The Critical-Section Problem .Multiple-Processor Scheduling .Multiprocessor Systems .Stateful Versus Stateless Service .Storage Hierarchy .Hardware Protection .Allocation of frames . Naming and Transparency Remote File Access .Access Methods Directory Structure .System Structure .Disk Management .Paging .Disk Attachment .Threading issues.Process Scheduling Models.Monitors .Performance.Application I/O Interface .Clustered Systems .I Operating Systems .IV I/O Systems :I/O Hardware .Page Replacement .Communication Communication Protocols . Threads .Swapping .Semaphores .Demand Paging .Real Time Systems .Recovery.Methods for handling Deadlocks -Deadlock Prevention .Contiguous Memory allocation .Operations on Processes Cooperating Process . File System Structure .Election Algorithms . System Components .Swap-Space Management .Robustness .Topology .Deadlock detection .Overview .File Replication.Process Scheduling .System Mounting .EC E64– OPERATING SYSTEMS UNIT . System Model .Stable .Recovery from Deadlock.CPU Scheduling .Scheduling Criteria . UNIT .RAID Structure . UNIT .Production.System Calls .Thrashing.Design Issues.

Harvey M. LTD. 4th Edition. Modern Operating Systems. Andrew S. Prentice Hall of India Pvt. 2003 96 . Deitel.Text Books: 1. 2003 References Books: 1. William Stallings. Windows XP Update". 2003 3. 2002. 2. Peter Baer Galvin and Greg Gagne. Tanenbaum. Pearson Education Pvt. Abraham Silberschatz. Ltd. Operating Systems. Second Edition. LTD. Sixth Edition. John Wiley & Sons (ASIA) Pvt. Operating System Prentice Hall of India. "Operating System Concepts.

Colour TV – Luminance and Chrominance signal. MAN and WAN.CONSUMER ELECTRONICS UNIT – I Loudspeakers and Microphones: Dynamic Loudspeaker. UNIT – IV Telecommunication Systems: Telephone services . 97 . 2005.telephone networks – switching system principles – PAPX switching – Circuit. Limited range Cordless Phones. Dynamic Microphones and Wireless Microphones. SECAM . LAN. packet and message switching. Wireless Local Loop. Permanent Magnet Loudspeaker. Woofers and Tweeters .recording systems – Playback Systems. cellular modems UNIT – V Home Appliances: Basic principle and block diagram of microwave oven. Pearson Education. VHF/UHF radio systems.P. Monochrome and Colour Picture Tubes .Bali. components of air conditioning and refrigeration systems. washing machine hardware and software. Integrated Services Digital Network. UNIT – II Television Standards and systems: Components of a TV system – interlacing – composite video signal.Colour TV systems – NTSC. Electrostatic loudspeaker. UNIT – III Optical Recording and Reproduction: Audio Disc – Processing of the Audio signal – read out from the Disc – Reconstruction of the audio signal – Video Disc – Video disc formats.EC E65. PAL. Text Book: 1.Components of a Remote Control.Microphone Characteristics. “Consumer Electronics”. Carbon Microphones. S.

IV Files and Threads: Files – serialization – threads.scope and life time of variablesarrays.exception handling.EC E66 . IV. AddisonWesley.M.Patekar. Sixth edition. “C++: How To Program”.C++ Program Elements: Data types. Storage classes . analysis. Fourth Edition.enumeration types-expressions-statements. H.features of object oriented languages . Object-Oriented Software life cycle models.strings. “Programming with Java” Pearson Education.Deitel.data types – operators – expressions – statements – control structures.life cycle – multiple threadssynchronization – exception handling. ( Unit V) References: 1. 2002.I/O stream – console I/O operations .inheritance. V) 2.operator overloading. 2007. Testing.merits and demerits of object oriented methodology . Textbooks: 1. II) 3.J.III Java: Introduction – variables.dynamic initialization. M. (Unit I.Packages and Interfaces importing package .M.destructors.File streams – modes . UNIT .Deitel. process. PHI Learning.J.input / output.virtual functions .storage operators new – delete .overloading functions – polymorphism – templates . 2009 98 .throw catch blocks . UNIT .V Object Oriented Design: Classification and Overview of methodologies. S. Pearson Education.I Introduction: Comparison of programming paradigms . (Unit III.variables. prototyping.P. design. 2007. “Object Oriented Programming in C++”. “Java: How To Program”.file I/O manipulations. “Object-Oriented Analysis and Design with Applications”. P.operators.Bhave.object model.OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING UNIT .II Object Creation: Classes. Seventh edition.inline implementation – overloading – inheritance – types . Grady Booch.loops – functions – arrays – classes – wrapper classes – strings – simple input/output.member functions.strings UNIT . Robert Lafore. H.Deitel.type conversion and casting.constructors. UNIT . implementation.A. documentation and maintenance.Deitel. P. 2006 2. PHI Learning.

R. Slant transform.Interpixel Redundancy . Object Recognition: Patterns and pattern classes – matching. Addison Wesley. Hadamard transform. 2D DFT. Image transforms – 1D DFT. UNIT-III Image Enhancement and Restoration: Image Enhancement: Point operation – Spatial operation – Transform operation – Pseudo colouring. “Digital Image Processing”.C. “Digital Image Processing”. Reference Book: 1. Discrete Sine transform.ELECTIVES OF SEVENTH SEMESTER EC E71 .Psycho visual Redundancy -Bit plane coding Variable length coding – Adaptive coding – Arithmetic coding – LZW coding – Hybrid coding – Wavelet – JPEG – MPEG. Gonzalez. Discrete Cosine transform. Pratt. Wavelet transform. Edge linking and Boundary detection – Region based segmentation. Image sampling and Quantization and their limitations – image perception. PHI Learning. John Wiley. UNIT-II Mathematical Preliminaries and Image Transform: Two dimensional system and mathematical preliminaries. KL transform. UNIT-IV Colour Image Processing and Image Compression: Colour Image: Colour fundamentals – Colour models – HIS to RGB and RGB to HIS. 1999. 2. Image Restoration: Image restoration process. SVD transform. UNIT-V Image Segmentation and Object Recognition: Segmentation: Edge detection – Gradient operator – Compass operator – Laplace operator and Zero crossing – Stochastic gradient – Line and Spot detection.Noise models – Mean filters – Inverse filtering – Wiener filtering – Constrained least mean square filtering – Geometric transformation. Image Compression: Need for compression – Coding Redundancy . Text Books: 1. 99 . Anil K Jain. Elements of visual perception. Haar transform. “Fundamentals of Digital Image Processing”.DIGITAL IMAGE PROCESSING UNIT-I Introduction to Digital Image Fundamentals: Digital image processing system –Image processing applications and problems: Image representation and modeling – image enhancement – image restoration – image analysis – reconstruction – compression.

ATM networking capabilities . signaling. UNIT . “Mobile and Personal communication system and services”. R.ATM networking asynchronous technology problems address by ATM.addressing. network level. CDMA 2000 and WCDMA. ATM traffic control. A. “Cryptography and secure communications”.ATM functions and layers. communication software Internet finding tools.I ISDN Overview: A conceptual view of ISDN. 4.internet working. Frame relay connection control. Raj Pandya.ISDN connection. Archie. Control modems: speed/ time continuum. basic user network interface. ATM reference configuration. Y. ATM transmission convergence sub layer . McGraw Hill 1996. Reference Books: 1. ISDN interfaces and function. UNIT .G. McGraw Hill 1994. ISDN physical layer: line coding techniques. transmission structure. 2.ISDN standards.facsimile. UNIT . browsing in WWW. gopher commands: TCP/IP pictures.user network interface configuration. “Internet 101 Computing”. ATM solution.BISDN protocol reference model.terminal adaptation. data and video.III ATM Network Concepts and Architecture: ATM’s position in the OSI model. CDMA 3x.ISDN” Macmillan. Rhee.data link level-link level. 100 . 5.primary user rolenetwork interface. OAM function and signaling.ATM switching principles. email news groups. ATM signaling principals. ISDN network layer: ISDN call control.II ISDN Data Link Layer: Hap D.ATM physical layer media.ISDN user part.signaling connection control part. M. UNIT . CT2 and PACS – GPRS – CDMA 1x. ATM cell and its structure.teletex message handling system. Internet resources. “ISDN and B. ATM performances: merging voice. 2001.Glosshrenner. telnet.service capabilitiesTeleservice protocol architecture. ATM protocol stack: lower layers fiber based networks and its advantages.ISDN protocol architecture. bearer channel link control using 465/ v 120. W. frame mode bearer service and protocol. audio.library card catalogues: establishing web services intranetcreating web home page.IV Internet Concepts: The net and its features main Internet features. Winch “Telecommunication transmission systems”. 1995. McGraw Hill. 3. graphics and binary files via news groups: compression software: processing files-sound and images: animation.EC E72 .SPECIAL TOPICS IN COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING UNIT . gopher. PHI Learning. Signaling system number Z: SS7 architecture. Stallings.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 DECT. ATM operation and maintenance.

V System Security: Intruders and intrusion detection-Malicious software. Third Edition Pearson Education.RSA algorithm – Diffie-Hellman key exchange algorithm. Authentication header. Pleeger.CRYPTOGRAPHY AND NETWORK SECURITY UNIT-I Security Problems: Security problem in computing. “Security in Computing”. Encapsulating security pay load. combining security association. Reference Book: 1. 101 .EC E73 . ”Cryptography and Network Security – Principles & Practice”. Text Book: 1. PHI Learning. Secure socket layer.III Message Authentication: Hash Functions – MD5-Hash algorithm . Viruses and related threats. UNIT.IV Network Security: IP security overview.SHA 512 logic Authentication Protocols-Digital signature standards UNIT. virus counter measures. UNIT. Charles P. distributed denial of services attack-Firewalls design principles-Trusted systems. Secure electronic transaction. Key management-Web security considerations. 1998. IP security architecture. William Stallings.Security Attacks – Security Services – Security Mechanisms – OSI security attack-Standards and standard setting organizations UNIT-II Data Security: Basic encryption and decryption-Substitution-Transposition-Block ciphersData encryption standard encryption and decryption-Differential and linear crypto analysisAdvanced encryption–Standard encryption and decryption-Block cipher models-Triple DES with two keys-Stream cipher-RC4.

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 – Msequence and their statistical properties. Computer Science Press.Gillem.Coopeand. 1984.EC E74 . 2. “Modern communications and spread spectrum”. Chernoff bound – Performance of encoded DS/BPSK – Constant power and pulse jammer.Omura.Mc. II & IV. Introduction to Non-linear sequences – Gold codes. Simon. McGraw Hill.C. “Spread spectrum systems”.A. Dixon. USA. 1985. Vol-I. “Spread spectrum communication”. Reference Books: 1. Coded DS/BPSK Performance for known and unknown channel states UNIT-III Frequency Hopping SS System: Non-coherent FH system model – Uncoded FH/BFSK performance under constant power broadband jammer – Partial band noise jammer – Multitone jammer.Levitt.K. Anti jam military communication – Low probability of intercept communication – Mobile communications. J. UNIT-V Applications: Space systems – Satellite communication. M. Coded FH/BFSK performance for partial and multitone jammer. R.K.R. John Wiley. 1986. 3. R. Performance of FH/MDPSK in the presence of partial band mutitone jamming UNIT-IV Synchronization of SS Receivers: Acquisition and tracking in DS SS receivers & FH SS receivers – Sequential estimation – Matched filter techniques of acquisition and tracking – Delay locked loop – Tau-Dither loop. Kasami sequences & chaotic sequences UNIT-II Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum System: Coherent direct sequence systems – Model of a DS/BPSK system.K. 102 . Schiltz and B. CD. G.

UNIT-V Special Topics: Third generation mobile services . Kauch Pahlavan and Prahant Krishna moorthy.ELECTIVES OF EIGHTH SEMESTER EC E81 .GSM Mobility management GSM short message service . 2007 2.WAP developer tool kits – Mobile station application execution environment.EIA/T IA IS-95 Digital cellular system . 2008 103 .Bluetooth technology.EIA/T IA IS136 Digital cellular system .Wireless bearer for WAP .Third generation wireless system UNIT-II Mobility Management: Handoff .WAP Gateway .Radio link transfer IS-41 Network signaling – Intersystem handoff and Authentication . “Wireless and Mobile Communication”.Wireless local loop – Wireless enterprise networks . S. UNIT-IV Wireless Application Protocol: WAP model .WAP Protocol. Pearson Education.Roaming management .International roaming for GSM . Administration and maintenance Mobile number Mobile number portability’s. PHI Learning. Text Book: 1.GSM operation.PACS Network Signaling . Rappaport.Handoff detection – channel Assignment techniques . Yi-Bing Lin and Imrich chlantae.CELLULAR MOBILE COMMUNICATION UNIT-I Introduction: The cellular concept – Frequency reuse – Interference and system capacity – Trunking and Grade of service – Improving coverage and capacity in cellular systems Advanced Mobile Phone service . John Wiley 2006 Reference Books: 1.cordless telephony and low tier TCS . “Principles of Wireless Networks”.cellular digital packet data UNIT-III GSM: GSM Network signaling . T. WAP UAProf and caching . “Wireless and Mobile Network Architecture”.Global system for mobile communication . VoIP service for mobile networks.

satellite uplink and down link analysis and design for IMMARSAT.DS & FH CDMA system. 1996 104 . INTELSAT etc.CDMA concept. “Satellite communication”.SATELLITE COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS UNIT-I Introduction to Satellite Communication: Types of satellites. role of satellite in future network. Pratt and Bostian. tracking and command. Pritchend and sciulli. global positioning satellite system maritime satellite services.SPADE systemTDMA concept. Text Book: 1. inter modulation and interference.sun transit outage.satellite constellation.satellite switch TDMA. 1986 3.look angle determination. Richharia. fixed satellite services.space craft technology structural. receiver and transmitter. 2007 Reference Books: 1.equation of orbit-orbital elements. broadcast satellite services. Tri.orbital mechanics.optical communication for satellite networks. gateways.Satellite orbit.terrestrial interface. John Wiley and Sons. Mc Graw Hill 2. telemetry. antenna systems-Basic transmission theory. Performance impairments – system noise.inter modulation and back off. attitude and orbit control. T. primary power.limits of visibility.eclipse.system reliability and design life time UNIT-III Satellite Access: Types. “Satellite communication”. “Satellite communication systems engineering”.frame and burst structure.comparison of multiple access scheme UNIT-IV Laser Satellite Communication: Inter satellite links. tracking and pointing. Ha. mobile satellite services. ATM over satellite.EC E82 . “Digital satellite communication system”. M.laser cross link analysis. propulsion. communication and antenna subsystems. 1988 4. thermal. Link budget and Eb/No calculation. “Satellite communication system design and analysis”.VSAT.optical beam acquisition. Robert M. John Wiley and Sons. UNIT-V Satellite Services: Packet satellite networks and services. Mc-Millan publishers. PHI Learning. Gagliendi. Propagation characteristics and frequency consideration.FDMA concepts.launching procedures and launch vehicles UNIT-II Earth Station and Satellite Link Design: Earth station technology.sub satellite point.

MESFET model. and linear amplifier design. G. Review of scattering. step recovery diodes and pin diodes. Design of coupled striplines and microstrip lines. Losses of microstrip lines and frequency effects.EC E83 . Text Book: 1. directional couplers using aperture coupled lines. hybrid MIC.linear techniques”. 105 . John Wiley and Sons. biasing networks. varactor diodes. impedance and admittance matrices for two port networks. UNIT-III Active and Passive Microwave Devices: Microwave transistor. Bhartia. mask layouts and mask fabrication. Hybrids and couplers: Basics of hybrids and couplers. design of hybrids.Basic operation principles of FET. Resonators: Resonator parameters. design of inductors.Rohde.MICROWAVE INTEGRATED CIRCUIT DESIGN UNIT-I Transmission Lines: Characteristics of conventional transmission structures. Hybrid versus Mimics. ABCD.L. capacitors and resistors. concept of negative resistance. various planar transmission lines for MICs. equivalent circuit and figure of merit of schottky barrier junctions. materials. equivalent circuit . amplifier characterization. 1988. design procedures and MMIC fabrication.Pavio and U. power FETs. UNIT-V Fabrication of MMC’s/MMIC’s: Introduction. Introduction.design considerations. I. UNIT-II Microwaves Integrated Circuits Components: Lumped elements for MIC: Design of lumped elements. 1990. Stripline and microstrip discontinuity. Mimics. Bahl and P. J. Reference Book: 1. comparison of various MIC transmission media. types of hybrids and couplers. A. “Microwave solid state circuit design”. John Wiley and Sons. quality factor. stability consideration. rectangular microstrip resonator.D. “Microwave circuits design using linear and non. three port S-parameter characterization of transistors. oscillation and stability conditions.Vendelin. design of fixed frequency oscillators. Design of stripline and microstrip transmission lines. UNIT-IV Microwave Semiconductor Sources and Amplifiers: Oscillators: Introduction.M. Non-linear behavior. Amplifiers: Two port representation of transistor. resonant frequency.

“Optical Fiber Communications”. Delhi. Jasprit Singh. Eric Udd. 2001. 4.Threshold condition-types of laser-PIN photodetector-Avalanche photodetector detector performance-spectral response UNIT-III Opto Electronic Modulator and Optical Sensors: Electro optic modulator-Magneto optic devices-Acousto optic devices-All fiber modulators. Guided wave devices. Tata Mc Graw-Hill International Edition. K. Fabry perot.Brillouin fiber amplifier-Optical filters-Fixed and tunable-circulators-isolators-attenuators-optical switches. “Opto Electronics – As Introduction to materials and devices”. basic optical laws and definition-Introduction to optical fibers-Principles of light propagation through optical fiber-Different types of fibers-Structures and their properties. UNIT-IV Optical Amplifier and Fiber Optic Network Components: Semiconductor laser amplifier-Raman fiber amplifier . Mach Zender. hybrid and Monolithic Integration. Text Book: 1.EC E84 .couplers-splitters-wavelength converters. Franz and V. TMH.H.Components and systems”.Structures-efficiency-LASER principle. J. UNIT-II Optical Sources and Detectors: LED. Application of Opto Electronic Integrated Circuits.optical feedback. John Wiley. Michelson and Sagnac interferometric sensors. Reference Books: 1. 2000. Djafar K.OPTOELECTRONIC DEVICES UNIT-I Physics of Light and Fiber Basics: Electromagnetic waves. New York.Scheiner “ Fiber optic communication Technology” Pearson education. Integrated transmitters and Receivers. Gerd Keiser. 2. 2000.Interferometric Sensors. 1991. 2.Wave nature of light. 3. UNIT-V Optoelectronic Integrated Circuits: Introduction.Mynbaev and Lowell L. Jain. 1998. 106 . Bhattacharya “Semiconductor Opto Electronic Devices”. PHI Learning. “ Optical Communication . Fiber Optic Sensors. New 1995. Narosa Publishing house.

Carr. Electromagnetic Spectrum. Microstripline matching networks. 2. Third Edition. Low Noise circuits. MIXERS & APPLICATIONS: Basic Oscillator model. Radmanesh. Scattering Parameters.. Basic resonator and filter configuration. 2002. RF behaviour of passive components. Second Edition. Chip components and Circuit Board considerations. Special filter realizations. J. High electron mobility transistors. 107 . Secrets of RF Circuit Design . UNIT II RF FILTER DESIGN: Overview . Smith Chart and applications. UNIT IV RF AMPLIFIER DESIGNS:Characteristics.RF CIRCUIT DESIGN UNIT-I RF ISSUES:Importance of RF design. Basic characteristics of Mixers.3rd ed. RF directional couplers and hybrid couplers . RF FETs. First Edition.Coupled filter. Pearson Education Asia. 2001. Constant gain circles. Text Books: 1. Broadband . Joseph . BJT. Stability considerations. Constant VSWR circles. Mathew M. Amplifier power relations. Pearson Education Asia. 2. John Wiley. High frequency oscillator configuration.2004. Amplifier classes ofoperation and biasing networks. McGraw Hill Publishers. UNIT III ACTIVE RF COMPONENTS & APPLICATIONS:RF diodes. Pozar. Matching and Biasing Networks –Impedance matching using discrete components. Reinhold Ludwig and Powel Bretchko. 2000. RF Circuit Design – Theory and Applications. UNIT V OSCILLATORS. Radio Frequency & Microwave Electronics. Microwave Engineering. Filter implementations.EC E85 . high power and multistage amplifiers. References: 1. Phase Locked Loops . Detector and demodulator circuits.

Phase . " High Frequency Circuit Design ". McGraw Hill Publishers 5TH edition 2003.3. Best. Roland E. 5.Locked Loops : Design. 108 . James Hardy. 4. simulation and applications. Rohde and David P. " RF HandBook ". 1993. Ian Hickman. Butter Worth Heinemann Ltd.. RF / Microwave Circuit Design. John Wiley & Sons USA 2000. Resto Publishing Co. 1979. NewYork. 6.. NewKirk. Oxford. Ulrich L.

L. statistical model training.SPEECH PROCESSING UNIT – I Speech Recognition Overview: Pattern classification. discriminant acoustic probability estimation. Witten. J. Speech recognition and Understanding. Dorling Kindersley (India) Pvt. 2. human speech recognition. Academic Press. “Digital Speech”. I.EC E86 .W.R. linear prediction. “Speech and Audio Signal Processing”. “Digital Processing of Speech Signals”. vo-coders. Ltd. L. 109 . “Principles of Computer Speech”. 1999. Sahafer. Morgan. deterministic sequence recognition for ASR. Synthesis and Perception”. John Wiley. UNIT – IV Automatic Speech recognition: Feature extraction for ASR.II Auditory perception: Ear physiology. UNIT.Rabiner and K. UNIT – V Speech Coding: Formulation of linear prediction problem in time domain. statistical pattern classification. interpretation of linear prediction in autocorrelation and spectral domains. Kondoz. John Wiley. models of pitch perception. 4. 3. Spriger. H. Second edition. B. the cepstrum as a spectral analyzer. A. Speech perception. statistical sequence recognition. music production.Gold and N. Flanagan. room acoustics. solution of normal equations. 2007. References: 1. Text Book: 1. “Speech Analysis. 1983. 2008. M. psychoacoustics. wave basics. UNIT – III Speech features: The auditory system as filter bank. 1982. linguistic categories for speech recognition. acoustic tube modeling of speech production..

INFRASTRUCTURE AND FACULTY REQUIREMENTS 110 .

Faculty : student ratio=1:15 A minimum of two faculty members in each of the following disciplines are required (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) required (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) English Electronics & Electronics Engineering/Electronics and Communication Engineering Civil Engineering Computer Science and Engineering 111 Maths Physics Chemistry Mechanical A minimum of one faculty member in each of the following disciplines are . 06.Infrastructure and faculty requirement for I year B. 08.required 66 66 30 30 15 15 30 30 66 175 150 150 75 75 150 200 Total intake/60 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Requirement of Teaching and Non-Teaching Staff: Teaching: The number of faculty members required would be as per AICTE norms and course curriculum. 03.Tech programme Space requirement: SI. 02. 04.No Classroom/laboratory 01. 07. 05. classroom Drawing hall Physics laboratory Chemistry laboratory Basic electrical laboratory Basic electronics laboratory Computer laboratory Workshop practice Batch size Area(Sqm) No.

Phil / Ph. spread sheet and presentation software with 30 user license. Licensed client OS / Open source client OS for minimum of 30 user 3. COMPUTER PROGRAMMING LABORATORY (For a batch of 30 students) Hardware 1.D. 112 . 35 Nos.teaching = 1:1. Borland ‘C’ Complier / Microsoft ‘C’ Complier with 30 user license MS Office / any other open source word processor. Node with Pentium 4 or above processor Software 1.Tech degree in the respective discipline. Dot Matrix Printer / Laser Printer – 3 nos. of computer system : Server 2.2 FACULTY QUALIFICATION: Science and Humanities A first class Master degree in the respective discipline with Net qualification / M. 1 No. (or) A first class ME / M. 5.Tech degree in the respective discipline. Engineering discipline A first class B. 1 UPS 5k VA 4. of computer system : Node with Pentium 4 or above processor 3.E / B.Non-Teaching: Total number of non-teaching staff (includes technical & ministerial) shall be in the ratio of Teaching : Non. Licensed Microsoft Server OS / Linux Server OS / UNIX Server Software / Any other open source server software 2.

3nos. Knife etc. wiring etc. 6nos. 3nos. 15 boards 2. 6nos. Vernier Caliper. Screw gauge 10. lamp holders. SPDT. Signal Generator (0-1 MHz) 3. Jolly Bulb Apparatus 7. Deflection Magnetometer 8. boards. Demo experiment with few workshop tools –fan. Cutting pliers. Lee’s Disc Apparatus 2. Ts. Tester. Strain Gauge / Thermocouple / LVDT / Transducer kit 2 2 2 1 2 1 PHYSICS LABORATORY (For a batch of 30 students) List of Major equipments required 1. Spectrometer 4. 4. Calorimeter with sterer 3. Laurent Halt Shade Polari meter 6. 3nos. (single and multispread) electrical accessories like switches (SPST. Wires. each 2nos . 3. 6nos. CRO (20 MHz) 4. Traveling Microscope 5. 230/12) 6. bulbs etc.BASIC ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS LABORATORY (For a batch of 30 students) Electrical 1. Poker. 3nos. He Ne Laser 9. OPDT). Transformer (230/6. Regulated power supply (0-15v) 2. Electronics 1. tube light. Digital IC trainer kit 5. 6nos. Accessories such as PVC pipes. Stop watch. 15 tool sets Each set includes Screw Driver. Electronic Weighting Machine 113 - 3 nos.

COD bottle EQUIPMENT 1. 3. 5. Burners 9. Electronic weighing balance 0. 2. 35nos. Burette Pipette Conical flask Wash bottle 500 ml Funnel Volumetric flask 1000 ml 100 ml 7. Round bottom flask 250ml 11. 6. 3. 4. 35nos. -35 nos. Water distillation plant 5 lit cap 10. Measuring jar 100ml 25ml 10ml 5ml 2ml 10. 2. -1 no.CHEMISTRY LABORATORY (For a batch of 30 students) 1. Beakers 1000 ml 500 m 250 ml 100 ml 8. . -35nos -5nos -70nos -10nos -10nosl -70nos -15nos -5nos -35nos -35nos -10nos -10nos -10nos -10nos -10nos -35nos -35nos -5nos -2nos -7nos -7nos -7nos -7nos -10nos -10nos -35nos -35 nos. 6. Viscometers 8. 35nos.1mg-200gm Conductivity meters Caloriometer Potientiometer Hot plates Polythene cans 10 liters 5liters 7. Reagent bottle 5000 ml 250 ml 60ml 9. Condenser 300mm 12. 4. 5. Burette stands with clamp 114 - 35 nos.

Different stag for forming shapes 115 . Sheet metal tools – 8 sets 6. Welding work tables – 2 nos. Anvil – 1 no. 9. 10. Drilling machines – 1 no.BASIC WORKSHOP (For a batch of 30 students) 1. Work benches fitted with bench-wise / carpentry wise of 8 for a batch size of 30. 8. Welding tools – 8 sets 5. 11. Pedestal Grinder 13. Surface table with light gauge 14. Hand shear for sheet metal 12. Welding Transformer – 2 nos. Fitting tools – 8 sets 3. 7. Carpentry tools – 8 sets 4. 2. Power hacksaw – 1 no.

Faculty: Student Ratio=1. (or) A First Class M.2 Each laboratory should have one laboratory attender/Mechanic. Non-Teaching Staff: Teaching: Non-Teaching=1:1.E. Degree in Electronics and Communication Engineering.Infrastructure and Faculty Requirement for B. Degree in any one of the specialization of Electronics and Communication Engineering. 1 2 3 4 Name of the Laboratory Class Rooms Electronics Lab Communication Lab Computer Lab Area(sq.m) 66 75 75 75 Maximum batch size 66 22 22 22 No. Faculty Qualification: A First Class B. /M.Tech. In addition.15 A total of 12 faculty members are required including a teaching faculty for mathematics (180/15).E. one more attender is required for department office. Required 3 2 2 1 Requirement of Teaching and Non-Teaching Staff: Teaching: The number of faculty members required would be as per AICTE norms and course curriculum.No. /B.Tech. Total requirement of Non-Teaching Staff is =6(5 Teaching +1 Non Teaching). Electronics and Communication Engineering Infrastructure Sl. 116 .Tech.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 REQUIREMENTS Regulated power supply CRO (20MHz/30MHz/60MHz/100MHz) Signal generator and Function generator Multimeter Digital trainer kit Microwave test bench(Klystron) Microwave test bench(Gunn diode) Fiber optic trainer Spectrum analyzer Vector Network Analyser OTDR Radio communication Arbitrary waveform generator VLSI trainer kit: List of software required a) Simulator and Synthesizer tool with down loader (VHDL/Verilog) No.10mA.300V) Decade resistance box Decade inductance box Decade capacitance box Audio power meter PC with LAN connection Network Simulator Software Microcontroller 8051 kit with facility a.30V. 117 QTY. of FPGA kits required with a) I/O cards Add on card for FPGA DC Ammeter (100mA. Connect to PC and on board programmable facility.250µA) DC Voltmeter(3V. 16×2 LCD display c. e. 40 45 40 20 10 4 3 3 1 1 1 1 1 5 user license 5 nos. 16×4(12×3) Keyboard b. 7(each) 7(each) 12 12 12 1 30 10 7 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 .10V.No. Four digit 7 segment display d. Bread board to mount circuit components to build the interfaces. f.DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING LABORATORY EQIPMENTS LIST [ BASED ON REVISED SYLLABUS 2009-2010] S. Parallel I/O pins are all available(Terminated) to interface to the circuits assembled while conducting experiments.

8085 Microcontrollers Kit (8051) a. PIC Processors Various Interface Kits (Stepper motor. d. PI controller. 16 x 2 LCD display. A/D converters. 25. serial.) 12 2(each) 3(each) 118 . Four digit 7 segment display. 10 7 10 users The requirement specified below can be shared with the CSE. D/A. Bread board to mount circuit components to build the interface. S. 3. EEE or IT department lab. Flash Programmer 26.S. Parallel I/O pins are all available (terminated) to interface to the circuits assembled. 2.No. REQUIREMENTS Microprocessor and Microcontroller kit QTY 12 1. Matlab software QTY. 8257.No. ARM. Key board. c. b. 4. REQUIREMENTS 24. Pspice / Orcad / Multisim – Design Software.