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COURSE FILE

DATA COMMUNICATION

SIR CRR COLLEGE OF
ENGINEERING,ELURU:
DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION
TECHNOLOGY
COURSE FILE
SUBJECT: - DATA COMMUNICATION (IT-3.1.1)

ELURU: DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Course: IT 3.1 Data Communication Course Contents Category of Course Title Course Course Code Departmen Data tal Communicat IT-3.1.1. Marks28 Duration3hrs.1 Core ITon 3.Marks70 Min.Theory 4 Paper L-3 T-1 Max.1.1 Add Course outcomes: Add Course objectives: Credits. .SIR CRR COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING.

5. Basic Terminal Components. Transmission Impairments 2. High-Level Data Link Control (HDLC). Data Link Control Flow Control. Data Communications Hardware: Terminals Introduction. Communications Processing Hardware Introduction. TDM Link Control.1. Enhanced Terminal Components. Concentrators. Modems: Network Attachment and Regulations. Characteristics of Data Transmission: Concepts and Terminology. Modems and Modem Circuits. 7th Edition. Clustering of Terminal Devices. Data Communications and Data Communications Networking. Line Configurations. Remote Job Entry Terminals. The Data Communication Interface Asynchronous and Synchronous Transmission. Digital Carrier Systems Statistical Time-Division Multiplexing: Characteristics.William Stallings. TEXT BOOKS: 1. Interfacing. Digital Signals. Protocols and Protocol Architecture.1 Credits:4 DATA COMMUNICATIONS Instruction: 3 Periods & 1 Tut /week Sessional Marks: 30 Univ. Data and Computer Communications. Front-End Processors. Line Conditioning and Leased Lines. Digital Signals. Error Control. General-Purpose Terminals. Error Detection. Multiplexers. Digital Data. Analog Data. Wireless Transmission Data Encoding. Transaction Terminals. 4. Exam : 3 Hours Marks:70 Univ-Exam- 1. Transmission Media:Guided Transmission Media.Other Data Link Control Protocols. Switching Processors. Analog Signals. Analog and Digital Data Transmission. Analog Data. Multidrop Lines. Analog Signals 3. Digital Data. Synchronous Time-Division Multiplexing: Characteristics. An Introduction to Data Communications: A Communications Model.IT3. Multiplexing: Frequency-Division Multiplexing. .

S. Shay.Prasad . Forouzan.1983 (Capter 3..Behrouz A. 1987(Chapter5) Practical Digital and Data Communications.Pearson Education Inc. PHI-N. Miller. Edition Thomson-Brooks/Cole . 2000 LECTURE PLAN DEPARTMET Information Technology NAME OF LECTURER N. Chapter 5) 3. Loomis. 2004 Data Communications and Networking. REFERENCE BOOKS: 1.William A. Data & Network Communications. EditionTMH. Thomson/Delmar Vikas Publishing House.. 2. Understanding Data Communications & Networks.J.Michale A. 2004 2.Vikas publishing House. Data Communications.J.Mary E. Paul Bates. 3rd 2nd 1999 3. PHI-N.

I :.Components of data communication. 1 20/07/12 5 Overall dictation about topics already covered or provides written material.asynchronous & synchronous transmission.need of data communication.sampling time & frequency domain. 1 18/07/12 4 Line configuration.point-to-point. 1 23/07/12 7 Review of analog & digital transmission methods. 1 21/07/12 6 Digital-to-digital Encoding techniques.multipoint line configuration. 1 24/07/12 . REQUIR ED DATE OF COMPLETI REMA ON RK 1 UNIT.LECTURE PLAN S.baseband and broadband transmissions.polar & Bipolar line coding techniques.nyquist theorem.types of transmission (serial/parallel). 1 16/07/12 2 Transmission modes.Unipolar.specially & time shared line configuration.N O. OF LEC.OSI model with it’s different functions. TOPICS TO BE COVERED NO. 1 17/07/12 3 Basic model of data communication.

digital. classification of multiplexing (TDM/FDM/WDM) techniques.discuss different ways of CRC based numericals.8 Signals.` 1 27/07/12 11 ISDN protocols.Transmission Errors:.II :. 1 07/08/12 17 Various switching methods circuit/packet & message 1 switching with differences.address.TCP/IP protocol suite.flag.differences between TDM/FDM/WDM.LAPD based on HDLC. 1 24/08/12 .simplified layers of ISDN. Inverse multiplexing.bit stuffing in flag field.ISDN services.ISDN channels.control. 1 31/07/12 14 operations & structure of HDLC frame format (LAP’s-LAPB & LAPD based on HDLC).CRC based numericals(Modular Division Method) 1 14/08/12 21 Polynomial.VRC. 1 25/07/12 9 UNIT.equivalent polynomial. 1 30/07/12 13 Polynomial equivalent of series.LRC.LAPB. 1 28/07/12 12 Frame format of HDLC.High Level Data Link Control. 1 17/08/12 23 Parity checking techniques.Data integrity/Echo checking techniques/Echoplex.complement.LRC.VRC based numericals.Multiplexing techniques.series based numericals. 1 06/08/12 16 HDLC based numericals.Checksum.composite signals.swi tches/switching methods.classifications of signals (analog. 08/08/12 18 TEST OF UNIT-I 1 09/08/12 19 UNIT-V :.equivalent.information.Bit error rate redundancy check. 1 06/08/12 15 Dictation regarding ISDN protocols. 1 23/08/12 24 Differentiates between TCP/IP and OSI model. 1 16/08/12 22 Hamming code based numerals by using Even & Odd parity methods. 1 26/07/12 10 ISDN.FCS. 1 13/08/12 20 Even and ODD parity based numericals.CRC.differentiates between TCP & UDP.advantages & disadvantages of digital transmission).

. 1 03/09/12 31 switch. 1 06/09/12 33 Tutorial 1 covered of UNIT-III..networking & internetworking devices (Repeaters.Null modem. 1 30/08/12 30 TEST Of UNIT-II 1 31/08/12 31 ITU-T & Bell modem standard series.RS-449. 1 26/09/12 41 Tutorial covered UNIT-Vth relevant to the 1 numericals.Transmission Media:. 1 25/09/12 40 Unicast & Multicast communication. 1 25/08/12 26 Connecting devices.types of twisted pair cables.25 UNIT.guided media’s examples.Radio waves.physics & velocity of propagation of light. 1 27/08/12 27 RS-232C.Study of various types of networking topologies & their comparative study.Hub.wireless unguided media with examples.RS-422A & Rs-423 interface standards.block diagram of modem including digital & line interface. 1 13/09/12 38 Transmission waves:.cable Modem).short range communication & long distance communication for transmission waves.difference between RS-232C & RS-449. 1 28/08/12 28 MODEM.III :.signal constellation.V.26.Guided & Unguided transmission media. 1 14/09/12 39 Concepts of Omnidirectional & Directional Antenna systems for transmission waves.21 to V.high speed modems.Physical layer introduction:. 1 29/08/12 29 High speed Modems (56K Modem.Bridge.CRC based & Hamming code based with 28/09/12 .Router. 1 11/09/12 36 UTP (unshielded twisted pair) & STP (shielded twisted pair.microwaves & Infrared waves with examples.Gateway) & OSI model. 1 12/09/12 37 Advantages & disadvantages of optical fiber.Modem standards Bell & ITU-T modems.relevant to connecting devices & modems (different types of modems) 1 07/09/12 34 UNIT-IV:. 1 10/09/12 35 Fiber optic twisted pair & coaxial cable.differences between connecting devices.

1 09/10/12 46 TEST Of UNIT. 1 19/10/12 51 Bit stuffing based numericals. 1 18/10/12 50 Propagation delay. 42 DSL Technologies.Token BUs. 1 01/10/12 43 ADSL.Registered Jack-45. 1 20/10/12 52 Sublayers of the Data link layer:.Even & Odd methods.male & female connectors & NIC. 1 06/10/12 44 ADSL modem with local lop for voice & data transmission 1 08/10/12 45 RJ-connector.DSL Technologies.FDDI.MAC.V 1 12/10/12 47 Tutorial covered relevant to the UNIT-III 1 16/10/12 48 Block parity & IEEE standards.Ethernet & Token ring.VDSL & HDSL.different DSL technologies with set of DSL technologies.SDSL. 1 17/10/12 49 Comparisons between IEEE standards & Frame format with description of each field. 1 21/10/12 Add unit wise questions (short and essay) .Queuing delay.LLC.

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