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Mobile Communication Systems

Unit-1 Introduction to mobile communication, Generation of Wireless Networks- 1G, 2G, 3G and 4G Networks, Introduction to Spectrum Allocation for various Wireless services Unit-2 Cellular mobile telephone architecture overview. Cellular radio system design-- Frequency assignments, frequency reuse channels. Concept of cell splitting. Handover in cellular systems. Handoff algorithms. Unit- 3 Practical Cellular mobile systems-- AMPS and GSM system architecture overview. Call management and system operation. CDMA based cellular system. Wireless in Local Loop-DECT and CDMA WLL, Long term Evolution (LTE) Unit-4 Wireless communication channel properties, Types of wireless channels and their mathematical modeling. Unit-5 Multiple access schemes in mobile communications--TDMA, FDMA, CDMA. Random Multiple Access Schemes. Performance analysis issues. MAC layer scheduling and connection admission in mobile communication. Interference suppression and Power control. Unit-6 Teletraffic modelling and Queuing analysis allocation and mobility management. Text Books 1. Mobile Cellular Telecommunications Systems by WCY Lee; McGraw Hill International Editions 1990. 2. Mobile Communications Design Fundamentals by WCY Lee; Prentice Hall, 1993. 3. CDMA: Principles of Spread Spectrum Communications by AJ Viterbi, Addison Wesley, New York, 1995. 4. Wireless and personal Communication Systems by VK Garg and JE Wilkes; Prentice Hall, 1996.

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Reference Books: 1. Mobile Radio Communications by Raymond Steele; IEEE Press, New York, 1992. 2. Wireless Communication Principle and References, by Rappaport, Pearson.

Course Curriculum
B.TECH. (EC) IV-Year L T P Credits 3 10 4 EC-413-8: Bio-Medical Engineering and Instrumentation
UNIT 1 Principles of biomedical instrumentation and techniques, Interfacing problems of biomedical, equipments with living systems. ECG, EEG, EMG instruments for measuring bio signals. UNIT 2 Bio medical transducers. Bio magnetic measurement and imaging. Cardiac output measurement techniques. Diagnostic and therapeutic instruments, Prosthetic devices such as pacemaker, hearing aid and myoelectric arm. UNIT 3 Functional electrical stimulation and algorithms for extremity control. Biotelemetry of biological signals, biosensors. Neonatal monitoring. Special aspects such as safety of medical electronic equipment. UNIT4 Introduction to analog and digital computer simulation in biological sciences. Simulation of normal and pathological states. Pattern identification and tissue and cell typing. Unit-5 Automated examination and interpretation of X-ray films of lungs and hearts. Assembly of three- dimensional images. Unit-6 Artificial intelligence, Robotics and expert systems in biomedical electronics and medicines.

Text Books :
1.Biomedical Instrumentation :Technology and Applications by R. S. Khandpur. 2. Handbook Of Biomedical Instrumentation by khandpur, R.S.; TATA MCGRAW HILL PUBLIHSERS. 3. Biomedical Instrumentation and measurement by Cromewel, Wibell, Pfeiffer, 2nd edition, PHI.