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[ Autonomous Institute affiliated to University of Mumbai ]

SYLLABUS

FOR

S.Y. B. TECH.

(Electronics Engineering)

[V.J.T.I.]

MATUNGA, MUMBAI 400 019.

[ YEAR 2010-2011 ]

Scheme of Teaching and Evaluation

(Semester III)

Theory Courses

Course

Course Name

Code

MA0205

EC0201

EC0202

EC0203

EC0204

Hr/Week

Engineering Math I

Electronic Circuit Analysis

& Design-I

Digital Design-I

Electrical Technology

Numerical Techniques

Total

Laboratory Courses

Course

Course Name

Code

EC1201

EC1202

EC1203

EC1204

CC4231

CC4232

3

3

1

1

3

3

3

15

1

3

Hr/Week

T

Lab

Digital Combinational

Circuits Lab

Electrical Engineering

Practice

Computational

Techniques Lab

Total -

Total

IST

ESE

Total

ESE

(W)

(hrs)

4

4

10

10

30

30

60

60

100

100

3

3

4

3

3

18

10

10

10

30

30

30

60

60

60

100

100

100

3

3

3

Examination Scheme

(Evaluation in % Weightage)

TA

ESE (O / P)

Total

1.5

50

50

100

1.5

50

50

100

1.5

50

50

100

1.5

50

50

100

12

Hr/Week

Industry-Academia

Interaction

E-Library/ Internet

TA

Credits

Co-curricular Activities

Course

Course Name

Code

Examination Scheme

(Evaluation in % Weightage)

Credits

ESE

(P)

(hrs)

Credits

A/NA

3

5

Total for

L

T

P

Total Hours

Credits

Semester

15

3

17

35

24

Abbreviations:

L: Lectures, T: Tutorial, P: Practical, TA: Teacher Assessment, ESE (P): End Semester Practical Examination, ESE (O):

End Semester Oral Examination, IST: In Semester Test/s, ESE (W): End Semester Written Examination, ESE (W) (hrs):

End Semester Written Examination duration, ESE (O) (hrs): End Semester Examination Practical (duration), A/NA:

Attended/Not Attended

Notes:

TA for Theory and Laboratory courses shall carry 25 marks.

IST: One mid semester test (40 marks of two hour duration) and two surprise Tests/Quizzes (5% weightage each). ESE (W)

shall be of 100 marks of 3 hours, ESE (P) and ESE (O) shall be decided as per course requirement. ESE (O) and ESE (P)

shall together carry 25 marks.

Industry - Academia Interaction: Wednesday afternoon slot will be used. Module or broad subject outline will be decided

by the course coordinator. Lectures as per module in the defined areas of eminent personalities from industry or academia

will be arranged. Assessment will be done on the attendance of the students for the module. (More than 60%: Attended,

otherwise: Not Attended.

E- Library/ Internet: Every course must have at least one assignment or case-study which requires exhaustive internet

search/support.

Scheme of Teaching and Evaluation

(Semester IV)

Theory Courses

Course

Course Name

Code

MA0206

EC0205

EC0206

EC0207

EC0208

CE0221

Hr/Week

Engineering Math II

Electronic Circuit Analysis

and Design - II

Principles of

Microprocessor Systems

Digital Design - II

Electrical Network

Analysis

Environmental Studies

Total

Laboratory Courses

Course

Course Name

Code

EC1205

EC1206

EC1207

EC1208

CC4241

TA

IST

ESE

Total

ESE

(W)

(hrs)

4

4

10

10

30

30

60

60

100

100

3

3

10

30

60

100

3

3

10

10

30

30

60

60

100

100

3

3

3

21

10

30

60

100

3

3

1

1

3

3

3

18

Hr/Week

T

Digital Sequential Circuits Lab

Microprocessor Systems I Lab

Electrical Networks Lab

Total -

3

3

Industry-Academia

Interaction

Total

Examination Scheme

(Evaluation in % Weightage)

Credits

Co-curricular Activities

Course

Course Code

Code

Examination Scheme

(Evaluation in % Weightage)

Credits

TA

ESE (O / P)

Total

1.5

1.5

50

50

50

50

100

100

1.5

50

50

100

3

12

1.5

6

100

100

Course

Code

L T

A/NA

ESE

(P)

(hrs)

Course

Code

Total for

L

T

P

Total Hours

Credits

Semester

18

3

14

35

27

Abbreviations:

L: Lectures, T: Tutorial, P: Practical, TA: Teacher Assessment, ESE (P): End Semester Practical Examination, ESE (O):

End Semester Oral Examination, IST: In Semester Test/s, ESE (W): End Semester Written Examination, ESE (W) (hrs):

End Semester Written Examination duration, ESE (O) (hrs): End Semester Examination Practical (duration), A/NA:

Attended/Not Attended

Notes:

TA for Theory and Laboratory courses shall carry 25 marks.

IST: One mid semester test (40 marks of two hour duration) and two surprise Tests/Quizzes (5% weightage each). ESE (W)

shall be of 100 marks of 3 hours, ESE (P) and ESE (O) shall be decided as per course requirement. ESE (O) and ESE (P)

shall together carry 25 marks.

Industry - Academia Interaction: Wednesday afternoon slot will be used. Module or broad subject outline will be decided

by the course coordinator. Lectures as per module in the defined areas of eminent personalities from industry or academia

will be arranged. Assessment will be done on the attendance of the students for the module. (More than 60%: Attended,

otherwise: Not Attended.

Programme Name

SEMESTER III

Course Code

MA0205

Course Title

ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS I

Course Contents

Module 1

Complex Variables

1.1 Function of complex variable. Analytic function, Necessary and sufficient conditions

for f(Z) to be analytic Cauchy-Riemann equations in polar coordinates.

1.2 Milne-Thomson method to determine analytic function f(Z) when its real or imaginary

part or its combination is given.

1.3 Harmonic function, orthogonal trajectories. Transformations

1.4 Conformal mapping, linear bilinear mapping with geometrical interpretation. Cross

ratio

1.5 Fixed points and standard transformations such as Rotation and magnification

translation, inversion.

Module 2

Laplace Transforms

2.1 Functions of bounded variation

2.2 Laplace transforms of standard functions such as

1, t n , e at , sin at , cos at , sinh at , erf t

2.4 First shifting theorem, Second shifting theorem

L tn f t ,L f t ,L f t

f u du , L d

,L

0

dt n

f t

2.5 Change of scale property: Unit step functions, Heaviside, Dirac delta functions,

Periodic functions and their Laplace transforms.

2.6 Inverse Laplace transform using linear property, theorems, partial fractions and

convolution theorem.

Module 3

2.7 Application to solve ordinary differential equations with one dependent variable.

Fourier Series

3.1 Orthogonal orthonormal sets, Expressions of a function in Series of orthogonal

functions.

3.2 Dirchlets conditions.

3.3 Fourier series of periodic function with period 2 ,2l

3.4 Dirchlets theorem, even and odd functions.

3.5 Half range expansions, Parsevals relations.

3.6 Complex form of Fourier series.

3.7 Fourier integral and Fourier transform.

Module 4

Matrices

4.1 Types of matrices

4.2 Adjoint (Adjugate) of a matrix.

4.3 Elementary transformations of matrix

4.4 Linear dependent and independent of rows/columns over a field

4.5 Rank of a matrix.

4.6 Reduction to a normal form.

4.7 Partitioning of matrix: System of homogeneous and non-homogeneous equations,

their consistency and solution.

Text Books

1. Advance Engineering Mathematics: H K Dass, S Chand & Co. 3rd edition

2. Complex Variables & Applications: Churchil, Mc Graw Hill, 2003, 7th Edition

Reference Books

1. Theory of functions of complex variables, Shanti Narayan, S chand & Co, 2006.

2. Applied Mathematics - III, G. V. Kumbhojkar- Jamnadas & Co. 7th Edition-2009.

Programme Name

S Y B Tech (Electronics)

Course Code

EC0201

Course Title

SEMESTER III

Course Contents

1. Semiconductor Materials and Diodes

Review of Semiconductor Materials and Properties, The PN Junction, Introduction to

Semiconductor Diode Theory. Diode Circuits: DC Analysis and Models, AC Equivalent Circuits,

Other Diode Types Solar Cell, Photodiode, LightEmitting Diode, Schottky Barrier Diode,

Zener Diode, Temperature Effects, Understanding Manufacturers Specifications.

2. Diode Circuits

Design of Rectifier Circuits, Half Wave Rectification, Full Wave Rectification, Filter, Ripple

Voltage and Diode Current, Voltage Doubler Circuit, Zener Diode Circuits, Clipper and Clamper

Circuits, MultipleDiode Circuits, Photodiode and LED Circuits.

3. The Bipolar Junction Transistor

Basic Bipolar Junction Transistor, Transistor Structures, NPN Transistor : Forwardactive

Mode Operation, PNP Transistor : Forwardactive Mode Operation, Circuit Symbols and

Conventions, CurrentVoltage Characteristics, Non ideal Transistor Leakage Currents and

Breakdown, DC Analysis of Transistor Circuits, CommonEmitter Circuits, Load Line and

Modes Of Operation, Common Bipolar Circuits: DC Analysis, Basic Transistor Applications

Switch, Amplifier, Bipolar Transistor Biasing Single Base Resistor Biasing, Voltage Divider

Biasing and Bias Stability, Integrated Circuit Biasing, Multistage Circuits.

4. Basic BJT Amplifiers

Analog Signals and Linear Amplifiers, The Bipolar Linear Amplifier, Graphical Analysis and AC

Equivalent Circuit, Small Signal Hybrid Equivalent Circuit of the Bipolar Transistor, Hybrid

Equivalent Circuit Including the Early Effect, Expanded Hybrid Equivalent Circuit, Other

Small Signal Parameters And Equivalent Circuits, Basic Transistor Amplifier Configurations,

Common Emitter Amplifiers, AC Load Line Analysis, Common Collector Emitter Follower

Amplifier, Common Base Amplifier, The Three Basic Amplifier configurations: Summary and

Comparison, Multistage Amplifiers, Power Considerations, Environmental Thermal

Considerations in Transistor Amplifiers, Manufacturers Specifications.

5. The Field Effect Transistor

Junction FieldEffect Transistor, MOS FieldEffect Transistor, MOSFET DC Circuit Analysis,

Basic MOSFET Applications: Switch, Digital Logic Gate and Amplifier. Temperature effects in

MOSFETs, Input Protection in MOSFET. The Power FET (VMOS).

6. Basic FET Amplifiers

The MOSFET Amplifier, Basic Transistor Amplifier Configurations, the Common Source

Amplifier, The Source Follower Amplifier, The Common Gate Configuration, The Three Basic

Amplifier Configuration: Summary and Configuration, Single Stage Integrated Circuit

MOSFET Amplifiers, Multistage Amplifiers, Basic JFET Amplifiers

Text Books

Donald A. Neamen, Electronic Circuit Analysis and Design, Second edition, McGraw Hill

International edition 2001

Martin Roden , Gordon Carpenter, William Wieserman, Electronic Design, Fourth edition, Shroff

2.

Publishers, 2002

Reference Book

Donald Schilling & Charles Belove, Electronic Circuits Discrete and Integrated, Third edition,

1.

McGraw Hill International edition, 1989

1.

Programme Name

S Y B Tech (Electronics)

Course Code

EC0202

Course Title

DIGITAL DESIGN - I

SEMESTER III

Course Contents

1. Introduction to Digital Systems

Analog VS Digital systems, digital devices, integrated circuits, programmable logic devices,

digital design levels, software aspects of digital design.

2. Number Systems and Codes

Positional number systems, Binary and Hexadecimal number systems, general positional

number systems conversions, arithmetic operations, representation of negative numbers,

arithmetic operations on signed numbers, binary and gray codes, character codes, codes for

detecting and correcting errors.

3. Logic Circuits

Logic signals and gates, Boolean Algebra, theorems, combinational circuit analysis,

combinational circuit synthesis minimization, Karnaugh Maps, sum of products and product of

sums expressions and their minimization, programmed minimization methods Quine

McCluskey minimization algorithm, timing hazards static and dynamic hazards, introduction

to VHDL hardware description language.

4. Combinational Logic Design Practices

Documentation standards, Circuit timing, Combinational PLDs. Design using SSI and MSI

devices Decoders, Encoders, Three state buffers, Multiplexers, Parity circuits, Comparators,

Adders, Subtractors, ALUs, Combinational multipliers. Using VHDL and PLDs Combinational

circuit design examples barrel shifter, simple floating point encoder, cascading comparator.

5. Logic Families

CMOS logic; MOS transistors review, basic CMOS inverter circuit, CMOS NAND and NOR

gates, fan in, fan out, Electrical behavior of CMOS circuits, propagation delay, power

consumption, multi source busses, CMOS logic families, bipolar logic introduction, review of

BJT, TTL NAND and NOR gates, fan in, fan out, Electrical behavior of TTL circuits,

propagation delay, power consumption. CMOS / TTL interfacing, Introduction to Emitter

coupled logic. Interpreting Manufacturers data sheets

6. Sequential Logic Principles

Bistable elements, Latches and flipflops, S-R latch, D latch, Edge triggered D flipflop,

Master/slave flipflops, T flipflop.

Text Books

1.

2.

John F. Wakerley, Digital Design Principles and Practices, fourth edition, Pearson Education

India, 2008.

Stephen Brown & Zvonko Vranesic, Fundamentals of Digital logic with VHDL design, first edition,

McGraw Hill International edition, 2000.

Reference Books

Robert K. Dueck, Digital Design with CPLD Applications and VHDL, Thomson Asia Pte. Ltd.,

1.

Singapore, 2001.

Alan B. Marcovitz, Introduction to logic design, first edition, McGraw Hill International edition

2.

2002.

James Bignell & Robert Donovan, Digital Electronics, fourth edition, Thomson Asia Pte. Ltd.,

3.

Singapore, 2001.

Moris & Miller (Eds), Designing with TTL Integrated Circuits: Prepared by Staff of Texas

4.

Instruments, McGraw Hill International edition, 1981

Programme Name

S Y B Tech (Electronics)

Course Code

EC0203

Course Title

ELECTRICAL TECHNOLOGY

SEMESTER III

Course Contents

1. Measuring Instruments

Review of Permanent Magnet Moving Coil (PMMC), Moving Iron Instruments,

Electrodynamometer, Electrostatic Instruments, Rectifier type Instruments. Extension of ranges

of voltmeters and ammeters. Principle of Power Factor and Frequency meter. Use of Current

and Potential Transformers.

2. Measurement of R, L and C

Measurement of low, medium & high resistances Wheatstone & Kelvin bridge, Ohmmeter,

Megger. A.C. bridge circuits for measurement of inductance & capacitance-Maxwells, Hays &

Andersons bridge, Schering bridge.

3. Potentiometers

Principles of DC and AC Potentiometers and their applications.

4. Magnetic Properties of Materials

The magnetic dipole movement, diamagnetism. The origin of permanent magnetic dipoles in

matter, Paramagnetism, Ferromagnetism.

5. Three Phase Induction Motors

Rotating magnetic field, construction & principle of operation, slip, rotor frequency,

development of equivalent circuit, torque equation, maximum torque, torque speed

characteristics, speed control. Starting methods, motor ratings.

6. Stepper Motor

Principle of working, characteristics and applications.

Text Books

Sawhney A K, A Course in Electrical and Electronic Measurements and Instrumentation,

Dhanpatrai and Sons, 1993.

Golding, Electrical Measurements and Measuring Instruments, Wheeler Publishing, fifth edition,

2.

1994.

Reference Books

1.

1.

Nagrath & Kothari, Electrical Machines, Tata McGraw Hill, second edition, 1997

2.

Dekker A J, Electrical Engineering Materials, Prentice Hall of India, twelfth reprint, 1987.

3.

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Programme Name

S Y B Tech (Electronics)

Course Code

EC0204

Course Title

NUMERICAL TECHNIQUES

SEMESTER III

Course Contents

1. Errors in Numerical Computation

Error types, analysis and estimation. Error propagation.

2. Roots of Equations

Bracketing Methods The Bisection method, The False position method. Open Methods The

Newton-Raphson method, The Secant method. (relevant engineering applications)

3. Systems of Linear Algebraic Equations

Gauss-Elimination method Technique, pitfalls, improvement. Gauss-Jordan method. LU

decomposition and matrix inversion. Gauss-Seidel method. (relevant engineering applications)

4. Curve Fitting

Interpolation Newtons divided difference, Lagrange Interpolating polynomials. Approximation Least square approximation technique, linear regression, and polynomial regression. (relevant

engineering applications)

5. Numerical Differentiation

Methods based on interpolation and finite differences. (relevant engineering applications)

6. Numerical Integration

The Trapezoidal rule, Simpsons 1/3 rule, Simpsons 3/8 rule. (relevant engineering applications)

7. Solution to Ordinary Differential Equations

Taylor series method, Picards method of successive approximation. Runge Kutta methods

Eulers method, Eulers predicator-corrector method, Runge-kutta method of second and fourth

order. Boundary value problems, Eigen value problems (concepts only). (relevant engineering

applications)

8. Optimization

One-dimensional unconstrained - Golden-section Search, quadratic Interpolation, Newtons

method. Multidimensional unconstrained Direct method, Gradient method. Linear

programming - Graphical solution and simplex method. (relevant engineering applications and

transportation problems)

Text Books

1.

2.

Seven C Chapra , Raymond P Canale, Numerical Methods for Engineers, Fourth Edition,

Tata McGraw Hill, 2002.

Robert J Schilling, Sandra L Harris, Applied Numerical Methods for Engineers (Using

MATLAB and C), first edition, Thomson Asia Pvt. Ltd., 2002

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Programme Name

S Y B Tech (Electronics)

Course Code

EC1201

Course Title

SEMESTER III

Course Contents

1. Diode Circuits

Analysis of Rectifier Circuits, Half Wave Rectification, Full Wave Rectification, Filter, Ripple

Voltage, use of Zener Diode for regulation, Analysis of Clipper and Clamper Circuits.

2. Basic BJT Circuits

CurrentVoltage Characteristics, DC Analysis of Transistor Circuits, Load Line and Modes Of

Operation, Analog Signals and Linear Amplifiers, The Bipolar Linear Amplifier, Graphical

Analysis and AC Equivalent Circuit, Small Signal Hybrid Equivalent Circuit of the Bipolar

Transistor, Hybrid Equivalent Circuit Basic Transistor Amplifier Configurations, Common

Emitter Amplifiers, AC Load Line Analysis, Common Collector Emitter Follower Amplifier,

Common Base Amplifier, Multistage Amplifiers, Power Considerations, Environmental Thermal

Considerations in Transistor Amplifiers, understanding manufacturers Specifications.

3. Basic FET Amplifiers

Basic JFET Amplifiers, the MOSFET Amplifier, Basic Transistor Amplifier Configurations, the

Common Source Amplifier, The Source Follower Amplifier, The Common Gate Configuration,

Analysis of The Power FET (VMOS) circuit.

Text Books

1.

2.

Donald A. Neamen, Electronic Circuit Analysis and Design, Second edition, McGraw Hill

International edition 2001

Martin Roden , Gordon Carpenter, William Wieserman, Electronic Design, Fourth edition, Shroff

Publishers, 2002

12

Programme Name

S Y B Tech (Electronics)

Course Code

EC1202

Course Title

SEMESTER III

Course Contents

1. Logic circuits

Logic signals and gates, combinational circuit analysis and synthesis minimization, Karnaugh

Maps, sum of products and product of sums expressions and their minimization, Quine

McCluskey minimization algorithm implementation, understanding timing hazards static and

dynamic hazards, introduction to VHDL hardware description language

2. Combinational logic design practices

Design using SSI and MSI devices Decoders, Encoders, Three state buffers, Multiplexers,

Parity circuits, Comparators, Adders, Subtractors, ALUs, Combinational multipliers. Using

VHDL Combinational circuit design examples multiplexor, de-multiplexor, decoder,

encoder, 4 bit adder, 4 bit subtractor, 4 bit simple ALU, barrel shifter.

3. Logic families

Electrical behavior of CMOS circuits, propagation delay, power consumption, study of CMOS

logic characteristics TTL logic characteristics, TTL NAND and NOR gates, fan in, fan out,

Electrical behavior of TTL circuits, propagation delay, power consumption. CMOS / TTL

interfacing, Interpreting Manufacturers data sheets

4. Sequential logic principles

Bistable elements, Latches and flipflops, S-R latch, D latch, Edge triggered D flipflop,

Master/slave flipflops, T flipflop.

Text books

John F. Wakerley, Digital Design Principles and Practices, fourth edition, Pearson Education

1.

India, 2008.

2.

Stephen Brown & Zvonko Vranesic, Fundamentals of Digital logic with VHDL design, first

edition, McGraw Hill International edition, 2000.

Reference Books

1.

2.

Robert K. Dueck, Digital Design with CPLD Applications and VHDL, Thomson Asia Pte. Ltd.,

Singapore, 2001.

Moris & Miller (Eds), Designing with TTL Integrated Circuits: Prepared by Staff of Texas

Instruments, McGraw Hill International edition, 1981

13

Programme Name

S Y B Tech (Electronics)

Course Code

EC1203

Course Title

SEMESTER III

Course Contents

1. Overview of measuring instruments

a) Construction and working principle of measuring instruments (PMMS, Moving Iron,

Electrodynamometer, Electrostatic, Rectifier Type Instruments, Potentiometer)

b) Extending the range of Ammeter by using higher value of resistance in series

c) Extension of range of Voltmeter

2. Measurement of Resistance

a) VI method

b) Megger

3. Study of Bridges for measurement of unknown resistance

a) Wheatstone Bridge

Wheatstone bridge is an instrument for making comparison measurement and operates

on null indication principle

b) Maxwell Induction Bridge

This bridge circuit measures an inductance by comparing with a variable standard self

induction

4. To study the principle and applications of AC & DC potentiometer

a) Calibration of Voltmeter, Ammeter, Wattmeter

b) Measurement of unknown resistance and power

5. Stepper Motor

a) Characteristics & applications.

Text Books

1.

2.

3.

Sawhney A.K., A Course in Electrical & Electronic Measurements & Instrumentation, Dhanpatrai

and Sons, 1993

Golding, Electrical Measurements & Measuring Instruments, Wheeler Publishing, fifth edition,

1994

Srinivasan M. P., Stepping Motors, CEDT: Indian Institute of Science, 1985

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Programme Name

S Y B Tech (Electronics)

Course Code

EC1204

Course Title

SEMESTER III

Course Contents

1. Roots of Equations

Bracketing Methods The Bisection method, The False position method. Open Methods The

Newton-Raphson method, The Secant method

2. Systems of Linear Algebraic equations

c) Gauss-Elimination method Technique, pitfalls, improvement. Gauss-Jordan method.

LU decomposition and matrix inversion. Gauss-Seidel method.

3. Curve fitting

Interpolation Newtons divided difference, Lagrange Interpolating polynomials. Approximation Least square approximation technique, linear regression, and polynomial regression

4. Numerical differentiation

Methods based on interpolation and finite differences.

5. Numerical Integration- (including relevant engineering applications)

The Trapezoidal rule, Simpsons 1/3 rule, Simpsons 3/8 rule

6. Solution to Ordinary differential equations

Taylor series method, Runge Kutta methods , Eulers predicator-corrector method, Runga-kutta

method of second and fourth order. Boundary value problems.

7. Optimization

One-dimensional unconstrained - Golden-section Search, Newtons method. Multidimensional

unconstrained Gradient method. Linear programming - Graphical solution and simplex method,

transportation problem.

Text Books

1.

2.

Seven C. Chapra , Raymond P. Canale, Numerical Methods for Engineers ,Fourth Edition, Tata

McGraw Hill, 2002

Robert J. Schilling , Sandra L. Harris, Applied Numerical Methods for Engineers (Using MATLAB

and C), first edition, Thomson Asia Pte. Ltd., 2002

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Programme Name

Course Code

MA0206

Course Title

ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS - II

SEMESTER IV

Course Contents

Module 1

Module 2

1.1. Scalar and vector point functions, Directional derivative, Curl and Divergence,

Conservative, Irrotational and Solenoid field.

1.2. Line integral, Greens theorem for plane regions and Properties of Line integral.

1.3. Stokes theorem, Gausss divergence theorem(without proof) related identities

and deductions

Matrices

Brief revision of vectors over a real field, inner product, norm linear independence

and orthogonality of vectors.

Characteristic polynomial, characteristic equation, characteristic roots and

characteristic vectors of a square matrix, properties of characteristic roots and vectors of

different types of matrices such as

orthogonal matrix, Hermitian matrix, SkewHermitian matrix, diagonable matrix, Similar matrices. Cayley Hamiltons theorem

(without proof), Functions of a square matrix, Minimal polynomial and Derogatory matrix.

Quadratic forms, congruent and orthogonal reduction of quadratic form, rank, index,

signature and class value of quadratic form.

Module 3

Complex Variables

3.1

function. Cauchys Goursat theorem(without proof), properties of line integral,

Cauchys integral formula and deductions

3.2 Singularities and poles: Taylors and Laurents development (without proof),

Residue at isolated singularity and its evaluation.

3.3 Residue theorem application to evaluate real integrals of type

2

f cos , sin d , , f x dx

0

Text Books

1. Complex variables and applications: Churchil, Mc Graw Hill- 2003, 7th Edition

2. Advanced Engineering Mathematics. H. K. Dass S. Chand & Co. Ltd- 3rd Edition

Reference Books

1 Theory of functions of complex variables, Shanti Narayan, S Chand & Co

2. Engineering Mathematics- T. Veerarrajan Tata McGraw-Hill- IInd Edition

3. Elements of applied Mathematics, P.N. Wartikar, PVG Prakashan,2nd Edition Poona 1964.

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Programme Name

S Y B Tech (Electronics)

Course Code

EC0205

Course Title

SEMESTER IV

Course Contents

1. Frequency Response of Amplifiers

Amplifier Frequency Response, System Transfer Functions, S Domain Analysis, First Order

Functions, Bode Plots, ShortCircuit and OpenCircuit Time Constants, Frequency Response:

Transistor Amplifiers with Circuit Capacitors, Frequency Response: Bipolar Transistor,

Frequency Response: The FET, High Frequency Response of Transistor Circuits. Sinusoidal

Oscillators: The phase shift Oscillator, The Wien Bridge Oscillator, The Tuned Circuit Oscillator,

The Colpitts Oscillator and Hartley Oscillator.

2. Output Stage and Power Amplifiers

Power Amplifiers, Power Transistors Power BJTs, Power MOSFETs, Heat Sinks, design of

heat sinks, Classes Of Amplifiers ClassA Operation, ClassB Operation, ClassAB

Operation, ClassC Operation, ClassA Power Amplifiers, ClassAB Push Pull Complementary

Output Stages.

3. Differential and Multistage Amplifiers

The Differential Amplifier, Basic BJT Differential Pair, Basic FET Differential Pair, Differential

Amplifier with Active Load, BICMOS Circuits, Gain Stage and Simple Output Stage, Simplified

BJT Operational Amplifier Circuit, Differential Amplifier Frequency Response. The Darlington

Amplifier and Cascade Amplifier.

4. Feedback and Stability

Introduction to Feed Back, Basic Feedback Concepts, Ideal CloseLoop Gain, Gain Sensitivity

Bandwidth Extension, Noise Sensitivity, Reduction of Nonlinear Distortion, Ideal Feedback

Topologies, SeriesShunt, ShuntSeries, SeriesSeries, ShuntShunt Configurations, Voltage

(Series Shunt) Amplifiers, Current (Shunt Series) Amplifiers, Trans Conductance (Series

Series) Amplifiers, Trans Resistance (Shunt Shunt) Amplifiers, Loop Gain, Stability of The

Feedback Circuit, The Stability Problem, Bode Plots: One Pole, Two Pole, and Three Pole

Amplifiers, Nyquist Stability Criterion, Phase and Gain Margins, Frequency Compensation Basic

Theory, Closed Loop Frequency Response, Miller Compensation.

Text Books

Donald A. Neamen, Electronic Circuit Analysis and Design, Second edition, McGraw Hill

International edition 2001

Martin Roden, Gordon Carpenter, William Wieserman, Electronic Design, Fourth edition, Shroff

2.

Publishers, 2002

Reference Books

Donald Schilling and Charles Belove, Electronic Circuits Discrete and Integrated, Third edition,

1.

McGraw Hill International edition, 1989

Adel Sedra and Kenneth Smith, Microelectronic Circuits, Fourth edition, Oxford University Press,

2.

1998

1.

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Programme Name

S Y B Tech (Electronics)

Course Code

EC0206

Course Title

SEMESTER IV

Course Contents

1. Introduction

Introduction to Microprocessors, Microcomputers and Assembly Language.

2. Microprocessor Architecture and Microcomputer Systems

Microprocessor Architecture and its operations, Input and output (I/O) devices.

3. 8085 Microprocessor Architecture and Memory Interfacing

The 8085 architecture, Instruction cycles, machine cycles and T states. Concept of wait states.

Minimum system design. Memory interfacing with timing considerations. Clock, Reset and

buffering circuits. Testing and troubleshooting memory interface circuits.

4. 8085 Assembly Language Programming

The 8085 programming model, Instruction classification, Instruction and Data format, process of

writing, assembly and execution of simple assembly language programs.

5. 8085 Instructions

Data transfer operations, Arithmetic & Logic operations, Branch operations, Writing assembly

language programs, Debugging a program.

6. Programming Techniques

Looping, Counting and indexing, counters and timers, Code conversion, BCD arithmetic and 16

bit data operations. Software Development Systems and Assemblers.

7. Stack and Subroutines

Concept of Stack and subroutines, parameter passing techniques, Re-entrant and recursive

subroutines.

8. I/O Data Transfer Techniques

Basic interfacing concepts, Interfacing input and output devices with examples, Memory

mapped I/O and I/O mapped I/O. Testing and troubleshooting I/O interface circuits. I/O data

transfer classification, Programmed I/O, Interrupt driven program controlled I/O, Hardware I/O

(Direct Memory Access).

9. Interrupts

Requirements, Single level interrupt, Multi level interrupt, Vectored interrupt. 8085 interrupt

structure and operation. 8259A programmable interrupt controller features and operation

single and cascaded.

10. Programmable Interface Devices

Features and operating modes of working of 8155 multifunction device, 8255A programmable

peripheral interface, 8254, programmable interval timer. Direct memory access (DMA) and DMA

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controller 8237, 8279 programmable keyboard/display interface.

11. Serial I/O and Data Communication

Basics concepts in serial I/O, 8085 serial I/O lines.

12. Microprocessor Applications

Interfacing scanned multiplexed displays and liquid crystal display, interfacing matrix keyboard,

Introduction to emulators and logic analyzers.

Text Books

1.

2.

Ramesh S Gaonkar, Microprocessor Architecture, Programming and Applications with the 8085,

fourth edition, Penram International Publishing (India), 2000.

Microprocessors and Programmed Logic, second edition, Prentice Hall of India, 1987.

Reference Books

1.

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Programme Name

S Y B Tech (Electronics)

Course Code

EC0207

Course Title

DIGITAL DESIGN - II

SEMESTER IV

Course Contents

1. Sequential Logic Design

Clocked synchronous state machine analysis, Clocked synchronous state machine design,

designing state machines using state diagrams, state machine synthesis using transition lists,

decomposing state machines, feedback sequential circuits, VHDL sequential circuit design

features.

2. Sequential Logic Design Practices

Sequential circuit documentation standards, use of latches and flipflops in examples like switch

de-bouncing, bus holder circuit, counters ripple and synchronous, MSI counters and

applications, decoding binary counter states, counters in VHDL. Shift registers, structure, MSI

shift registers, serial / parallel conversion, shift register counters, ring counters, Johnson

counters, linear feedback shift register counters, shift registers in VHDL. Synchronous design

methodology, impediments to synchronous design, synchronizer failure and metastability.

Design examples like a few simple machines, and traffic light controller, done in VHDL.

3. Memory, CPLDs and FPGAs

Types of memory devices, Read-Only Memory (ROM), Read / write memory, Static RAM,

Dynamic RAM, Introduction to Xilinx XC9600 CPLD family and Xilinx XC 4000 FPGA family.

4. Additional Topics

Computer Aided Design (CAD) tools, Concept of design for testability, concept of digital system

reliability, introduction to transmission lines, reflections and termination.

Text Books

John F Wakerley, Digital Design Principles and Practices, third edition updated, Pearson

Education Singapore, 2002.

Stephen Brown and Zvonko Vranesic, Fundamentals of Digital Logic with VHDL Design, first

2.

edition, McGraw Hill International edition, 2000.

Reference Books

John M. Yarbrough, Digital Logic Applications and Design, first edition, Thomson Asia Pte. Ltd.,

1.

Singapore, 2001

1.

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Programme Name

S Y B Tech (Electronics)

Course Code

EC0208

Course Title

SEMESTER IV

Course Contents

1. Review

DC and AC circuits.

2. Mesh and Node Analysis

Mesh and Node Analysis of circuits with independent and dependent sources.

3. Linearity, Superposition and Source Transformation

Linearity, Superposition, Current & Voltage Source Transformation.

4. Network Theorems

Thevenins and Nortons Theorem (with independent and dependent sources), Maximum power

transfer theorem.

5. Circuit Analysis

6.

7.

8.

9.

Introduction to Graph Theory. Tree, link currents, branch voltages, cut set and tie set.

Mesh and Node Analysis, Gauss Elimination Technique, Duality.

Time and Frequency Response of Circuits

First and second Order Differential equations, initial conditions. Evaluation and analysis of

Transient and Steady state responses using Classical Technique as well as by Laplace

Transform (for simple circuits only). Transfer function, Concept of poles and zeros. Frequency

response of a system (concepts only).

Two - port Networks

Concept of two- port network. Driving point and Transfer Functions, Open Circuit impedance (Z)

parameters, Short Circuit admittance (Y) parameters, Transmission (ABCD) parameters.

Inverse Transmission (ABCD) parameters. Hybrid (h) parameters. Inter Relationships of

different parameters. Interconnections of two - port networks. T and Pi representation.

Terminated two - port networks.

Fourier Series

Orthogonal basis functions, Representation of a signal in terms of weighted Orthogonal basis

functions, Calculation of weights (coefficients) in MSE sense, Extension to periodic signal in

terms of Fourier Series Representation. Complex and Trigonometric Fourier series, Properties

of Fourier series, Power Spectral Density

The Fourier Transform (FT)

Definition and Properties, FT of basic signals, FT of periodic signals, Energy Spectral Density.

Text Books

A Sudhakar and S P Shyammohan, Circuits and Networks, Tata McGraw Hill, thirteenth reprint,

2000.

William H Hayt, Jack E Kemmerly and Steven M Durbin, Engineering Circuit Analysis, McGraw

2.

Hill International, sixth edition, 2002.

Reference Books

1.

1.

Artice M Davis, Linear Circuit Analysis, Thomson Asia Pvt. Ltd., Singapore, first edition, 2001

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2.

3.

Raymond A DeCarlo and Pen-Min Lin, Linear Circuit Analysis, Oxford University Press, second

edition, 2001.

Programme Name

Course Code

CE0221

Course Title

ENVIORNMENTAL STUDIES

SEMESTER IV

Course Contents

Unit 1: The Multidisciplinary nature of environmental studies

Definition, scope and importance, Need for public awareness.

Unit 2: Natural Resources

Renewable and non renewable resources:

a) Natural resources and associated problems

Forest resources: Use and over-exploitation, deforestation, case studies,

Timber extraction, mining, dams and their effects on forests and tribal

people.

Water resources: Use and over-utilization of surface and ground water,

floods, drought, conflicts over water, dams benefits and problems.

Mineral Resources: Use and exploitation, environmental effects of

extracting and using mineral resources, case studies.

Food Resources: World food problems, changes caused by agriculture and

over grazing, effects of modern agriculture, fertilizers- pesticides problems,

water logging, salinity, case studies.

Energy Resources: Growing energy needs, renewable and non-renewable

energy sources, use of alternate energy sources, case studies

Land Resources: Land as a resource, land degradation, man induces land

slides, soil erosion, and desertification.

b) Role of individual in conservation of natural resources.

c) Equitable use of resources for sustainable life styles.

Unit 3: Eco Systems

Concept of an eco system

Structure and function of an eco system.

Producers, consumers, decomposers.

Energy flow in the eco systems.

Ecological succession.

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Food chains, food webs and ecological pyramids.

Introduction, types, characteristic features, structure and function of the following eco

systems:Forest ecosystem

Grass land ecosystem

Desert ecosystem.

Aquatic eco systems(ponds, streams, lakes, rivers, oceans, estuaries)

UNIT 4: Biodiversity and its Conservation

Introduction-Definition: genetics, species and ecosystem diversity.

Biogeographically classification of India.

Value of biodiversity: consumptive use, productive use, social, ethical, aesthetic and

option values

Biodiversity at global, national and local level.

India as a mega diversity nation.

Hot-spots of biodiversity.

Threats to biodiversity: habitats loss, poaching of wild life, man wildlife conflicts.

Endangered and endemic spaces of India.

Conservation of biodiversity: in-situ and ex-situ conservation of biodiversity.

UNIT 5: Environmental Pollution

Definition Causes, effects and control measures of:a. Air pollution

b. Water pollution

c. Soil pollution

d. Marine pollution

e. Noise pollution

f.

Thermal pollution

g. Nuclear hazards

Solid waste Management: Causes, effects and control measures of urban and industrial

wastes

Role of an individual in prevention of pollution

Pollution case studies

Disaster management: Floods, earth quake, cyclone and land slides

Unit 6: Social issues and the Environment

Form unsustainable to sustainable development

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Urban problems related to energy

Water conservation, rain water harvesting, water shed management

Resettlement and rehabilitation of people; its problems and concerns, case studies

Environmental ethics: issues and possible solutions

Climate change, global warming, acid rain , ozone layer depletion, nuclear

accidents and holocaust, case studies.

Wasteland reclamation

Consumerism and waste products

Environment protection Act

Air(prevention and control of pollution)Act

Water((prevention and control of pollution)Act

Wildlife protection act

Forest conservation act

Issues involved in enforcement of environmental legislations

Public awareness

Unit 7: Human population and the environment

Population growth and variation among nations

Population explosion- family welfare programme

Environment and human health

Human rights

Value education

HIV/AIDS

Women and child welfare

Role of information technology in environment and human health

Case studies

Unit 8: Field work

Visit to a local area to document environment assets river/ forest/ grassland/ hill/mountain.

Visit to a local polluted site-urban/rural/industrial/agricultural. Study of common plants,

insects, birds. Study of simple ecosystems-pond, river, hills lopes, etc(field work equal to 5

lecture works)

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Text Books

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2.

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Programme Name

S Y B Tech (Electronics)

Course Code

EC1205

Course Title

SEMESTER IV

Course Contents

1. Frequency Response of Amplifiers

Amplifier Frequency Response, Bode Plots, Transistor Amplifiers with Circuit Capacitors,

Frequency Response: JFET Amplifier, High Frequency Response of Transistor Circuits.

Sinusoidal Oscillators: The phase shift Oscillator, The Wien Bridge Oscillator, The Tuned Circuit

Oscillator, The Colpitts Oscillator and Hartley Oscillator. .

2. Output Stage and Power Amplifiers

Power Amplifiers, design of heat sinks, ClassA Power Amplifiers, ClassAB Push Pull

Complementary Output Stages.

3 Differential and Multistage Amplifiers

The Differential Amplifier, Differential Amplifier with Active Load, BICMOS Circuits, Gain Stage

and Simple Output Stage, Differential Amplifier Frequency Response. The Darlington Amplifier

and Cascode Amplifier.

4 Feedback and Stability

Feedback Topologies, SeriesShunt, ShuntSeries, SeriesSeries, ShuntShunt

Configurations, Voltage (Series Shunt) Amplifiers, Current (Shunt Series) Amplifiers, Trans

Conductance (Series Series) Amplifiers, Trans Resistance (Shunt Shunt) Amplifiers, The

Stability Problem, Bode Plots, Nyquist Stability Criterion, Phase and Gain Margins, Frequency

Compensation, Closed Loop Frequency Response..

Text Books

1.

2.

Donald A. Neamen, Electronic Circuit Analysis and Design, Second edition, McGraw Hill

International edition 2001

Martin Roden , Gordon Carpenter, William Wieserman, Electronic Design, Fourth edition, Shroff

Publishers, 2002

Reference Books

Donald Schilling & Charles Belove, Electronic Circuits Discrete and Integrated, Third edition,

1. McGraw Hill International edition, 1989

2.

Adel Sedra & Kenneth Smith, Microelectronic Circuits, Fourth edition, Oxford University Press,

1998

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Programme Name

S Y B Tech (Electronics)

Course Code

EC1206

Course Title

SEMESTER IV

Course Contents

1. Sequential logic design practices

Design of sequential circuits from latches and flipflops in examples like switch de-bouncing,

counters ripple and synchronous, MSI counters and applications, decoding binary counter

states. Implementing counters in VHDL. Design of Shift registers, Working with MSI shift

registers, serial / parallel conversion, shift register counters, ring counters, Johnson counters,

linear feedback shift register counters. Implementing shift registers in VHDL. Design examples

of simple machines, like traffic light controller, implemented in VHDL

Text Books

John F. Wakerley, Digital Design Principles and Practices, third edition updated, Pearson

1.

Education Singapore, 2002.

Stephen Brown & Zvonko Vranesic, Fundamentals of Digital Logic with VHDL Design, first edition,

2.

McGraw Hill International edition, 2000.

Reference Books

John M. Yarbrough, Digital Logic Applications and Design, first edition, Thomson Asia Pte. Ltd.,

1.

Singapore, 2001

Programme Name

S Y B Tech (Electronics)

Course Code

EC1207

Course Title

SEMESTER IV

Course Contents

1. 8085 Assembly Language Programming

The 8085 programming model, Instruction and Data format, process of writing, assembly and

execution of simple assembly language programs like 8 bit and 16 bit addition and subtraction of

hexadecimal numbers. Debugging programs. Programs based on Data transfer operations,

Arithmetic & Logic operations, Branch operations. .

2. Programming Techniques

Programs based on Looping, Counting and indexing, counters and timers, Code conversion,

BCD arithmetic operations.

3 Stack and Subroutines

Stack and subroutines, parameter passing techniques.

4 I/O data transfer techniques

Interfacing input and output devices with examples of usage of 8255A.

5 Interrupts

Single level interrupts, Multi level interrupts, Vectored interrupts.

6. 8085 Microprocessor and Memory Interfacing

Instruction cycles, machine cycles and T states, wait states. Memory interfacing with timing

considerations. Clock, Reset and buffering circuits.

7. Microprocessor Applications

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Text Books

Ramesh S. Gaonkar, Microprocessor Architecture, Programming and Applications with the 8085,

1.

fourth edition, Penram International Publishing (India), 2000.

Kenneth Short, Microprocessors and Programmed Logic, second edition, Pearson Education,

2.

1987

Programme Name

S Y B Tech (Electronics)

Course Code

EC1208

Course Title

SEMESTER IV

Course Contents

1. Mesh & Node Analysis

Mesh & Node Analysis of circuits with independent & dependent sources.

2. Linearity, Superposition & Source Transformation

Linearity, Superposition, Current & Voltage Source Transformation..

3 Network Theorems

Thevenins & Nortons Theorem, Superposition theorem, Maximum power transfer theorem.

4 Circuit Analysis

Introduction to Graph Theory. Tree, link currents, branch voltages, cut set & tie set.

Mesh & Node Analysis, Gauss Elimination Technique, Duality

5 Time & Frequency Response of Circuits

First & second Order Differential equations, analysis of transient and steady state responses

using Classical Technique as well as by Laplace Transform (for simple circuits only). Frequency

response of a system.

6. Two port Networks

Concept of two- port network. Driving point & Transfer Functions, Open Circuit impedance (Z)

parameters, Short Circuit admittance (Y) parameters, Transmission (ABCD) parameters. Inverse

Transmission (ABCD) parameters. Hybrid (h) parameters. Inter Relationships of different

parameters. Interconnections of two - port networks. T & Pi representation. Terminated two - port

networks.

Text Books

A. Sudhakar & S. P. Shyammohan, Electrical Circuits and Network Analysis, Tata McGraw Hill,

third edition, Aug 2007.

William. H. Hayt, Jack E. Kemmerly & Steven M. Durbin, Engineering Circuit Analysis, McGraw Hill

2.

International, sixth edition, 2002.

Reference Books

1.

1.

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