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SYLLABI
for
B. TECH.APPLIED ELECTRONICS & INSTRUMENTATION
YEAR FOURTH
(Effective from the session: 20092010)
Uttrakhand Technical University,Dehradun
www.uktech.in
UTTRAKHAND TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY, DEHRADUN
STUDY AND EVALUATION SCHEME
B. TECH.(1) APPLIED ELECTRONICS & INSTRUMENTATION
(2) INSTRUMENTATION & CONTROL
EVALUATION SCHEME
PERIODS
S.No Course Code
1
TIC701
2
TIC 702
SESSIONAL
EXAM
Subject
Biomedical
Instrumentation
Digital Control Engg.
EXAM
ESE
Subject
Total
L
T
P
CT
TA
Total
3
1
0
30
20
50
100
150
3
1
0
30
20
50
100
150
3
Elective I
3
1
0
30
20
50
100
150
4
ElectiveII
3
1
0
30
20
50
100
150
5
Open Elective
3
1
0
30
20
50
100
150
0
0
2

25
25
25
50
0
0
2

25
25
25
50

50
Practical/Training/Project
1
PIC751
Instrumentation lab
2
PiC752
3
PIC753
Industrial Interaction
0
0
2

50
50
4
PIC754
Project
0
0
2

50
50
5
GP701
General Proficiency




50
50
15
5
8
Seminar
Total
50

50
1000
NOTE 4 to 6 weeks training after VI semester exam to be evaluated in VII semester
4 14  25 25 100 100 50 50 25 200  50 300 50 1000 PERIOD S Subject Total 150 Note. TECH. 2 periods per week should be allotted for interaction of group with guide and 10 periods per week should be allotted for self studies and project work.VIII S.(1) ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING (2) ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING YEAR FOURTH.Out of 12 periods. SEMESTER . DEHRADUN STUDY AND EVALUATION SCHEME B.UTTRAKHAND TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY. .N o Course Code Subject 1 TIC801 2 TIC – 802 3 4 Practical/Project 1 PIC851 2 PIC852 3 GP801 Optimal Control Digital Measurement tech. ElectiveIII ElectiveIV Control System Lab Project General Proficiency Total L T P 3 1 0 EVALUATION SCHEME EXA SESSIONAL M EXAM ESE C Tota TA T l 30 20 50 100 3 1 0 30 20 50 100 150 3 3 1 1 0 0 30 30 20 20 50 50 100 100 150 150 0 0 12 0 2 0 12 .
4. 2.ELECTIVE – I 1. 3. TEC011 TIC011 TIC012 TIC013 ELECTIVE – II 1. TIC021 2. TIC022 .
Remote sensing TIC031 TEC032 Adaptive Signal Processing TEC033 Reliability Engineering TEC03 Biomedical Signal Processing ELECTIVE – IV 1. 2. EMG. Electrodes and Transducers: Electrode theory. TEC042 3. Basics of Anatomy and Physiology of the body. EOG. 4. TIC041 2. ManInstrumentation system Components.Digital System Design using VHDL Optoelectronics Control system components Computerized process control Robotics & Mechatronics Optical Instrumentation 3. 2/ 1 & 3 Introduction: Specifications of biomedical instrumentation system. Biopotential 2/ 4 & 16. 3/ Electrodes – Surface electrodes. 4 Microelectrodes. 3. Problems 2 encountered in measuring a living system. EEG. TEC023 4. TIC042 4. Needle electrodes. TEC024 Filter Design SatelliteCommunication ELECTIVE – III 1. ERG. The Physiological potentials – ECG. Biomedical Transducer 3 2 . Bioelectric potentials: Resting and action potentials. TIC043 Analytical instrumentation VLSI design Power plant Instrumentation Intelligent Instrumentation TIC 701 BIOMEDICAL INSTRUMENTATION Unit TOPIC BOOK/CHAP LECTU TER RES 1/1. 2/ 3 I propagation of action potential. 1/ 2.
Telemetry for ECG measurements during exercise. carr&Brown –Introduction to Biomedical Equipment Technology – Pearson 7. ECG recorders –Single channel. Pandey & KumarBiomedical Electronics and Instrumentation. Webster. II 2/ 7 &10.. Ventilators &Respirators. Blood pressure measurement. Vector Cardiographs./ Lectures Chapter 1/1. 3/ 8 system .Instrumentation .. Patient Care & Monitoring: Elements of intensive care monitoring. Cromwell. Ananthi. 10&13 TEXT BOOKS: 1. 1/2. Xray &Radioisotope diagnosis and therapy. Venkata Ram. 2/7. PET 1/19.BioMedical Electronics&Instrumentation (Revised). Laser applications in medicine. –Bio. for Emergency patient monitoring. and Nebulizers & Aspirators.Biomedical Instrumentation and Measurements. –A Text Book of Medical Instruments2005New Age International 6. 2/2 4 Sampling and Signal Conversion SampledData Control Systems. Relationship between Splane and the Zplane.ECG System for Stresses testing Holter recording. 1/ 17. Three channel. Respiratory Therapy equipments: Inhalators.Cardiovascular Measurements: Electrocardiography –ECG amplifiers. frequency –Domain Characteristic of Zero order Hold. CATScan. 2/3 The ZTransform Linear Difference equations. 2/12 &14 Bioteleme try: The components of a Biotelemetry system.Wiley (2004) 5. Humidifiers. Khandpur R.PHI 4.Galgotia. Digital to Analog Conversion.S. Prosthetic Devices and Therapies: Prosthetic Limbs. NMR/MRI. – Kataria TIC – 702 DIGITAL CONTROL ENGINEERING Unit 1 Topic TextNo. 22&23 .S. displays. Emission Computerized tomography. diognosis. 4 Diathermy. REFERENCE BOOKS: 3. . Electrodes and Leads. 1/ 9 .Biomedical Instrumentation. 3/ 12 4 Implantable units. The Pulse Response. . 3/ 5&6 2 1/ 6 Respiratory system Measurements: Physiology of Respiratory 2/ 8.j. The Definition of the Ztransform. The 6 .S. Sample and Hold Devices. III 6 5 3 2 IV V Diagnostic techniques: Ultrasonic diagnosis.Measurement of breathing mechanism – Spirometer.K. Sample and Hold operations.g. Nervous System Measurements : Physiology of nervous 3/ 10 system. Neuronal communication. Relationship between the Laplace transform and the Ztransform. Heart sound measurement.TMH 2. Pacemakers and Defibrillators.
ECG measurement Following experiments to be done on the breadboard 6. . Transfer Functions. Design of Digital Controls Using State Space Analysis 1/5 Formulation of the optimal control Problem Optimal State Regulator. The Inverse ZTransform. .Closed loop systems. Pulse measurement 2. Transform Design of Digital Controls 1/3 Design of position Servo Design Specifications. Design of the W’plane. Gopal. M.The Pulse Transfer Function of the ZeroOrder Hold and the Relation Between G(s)and G(z). State Equations for sampled Data Systems. 2. Liapunov Stability Analysis Systems with Dead time. The Sampled Signal flow Graph. Concepts of Controllability and Observability. Design on the Wplane. State Space Analysis of Sampled Data Systems 1/4. Mechanization of Control algorithms Using Micro Processors General Description of Microcontrollers.C. Eigenvalue Assignment 6 4 7 6 by State feedback. The Modified Ztransfer function. The constantFrequency Loci. Limitations of the Ztransform. Design of Instrumentation amplifier 8. Heartbeat measurement 3. State observers Stochastic optimal State 5 Estimation. 2/6 Discrete time state equations.2 3 4 constantDamping Loci. The constantDamping Ratio Loci. Application of the Ztransform . New Age International Publishers. and Signal flow Graphs 2/4 The Pulse Transfer Function and The Z. Theorems of the Ztransform. B. Multirate Discrete Data System. the Digital PID Controllers.Transfer Function . Systems with DeadTime. Construction of chopper amplifier 7 . Use of State Regulator results. Microprocessor based Position Control System 1/7 Text Books : 1.Stability Analysis. Design of low noise and low frequency amplifier for biomedical application 7. Heart sound study using electronics stethoscope 5. Block Diagrams. Similarity Trans formations. Kuo . “Digital Control Engineering”. Digital quantization. The CayleyHamilton Theorem.“Digital Control Systems”. Realization of Pulse Transfer function. Oxford University Press PIC 751 Instrumentation Lab Biomedical 1. Automatic BP measurement 4.
B.8 Wn= p/4T) 3. Effect of finite World Length and Quantization on Controllability and Closed Loop –Pole Placement. Lectures 8 8 8 16 Text Books : 1. Optimal Estimation for Linear Discrete time Systems Stochastic Optimal Linear Regulator. Discrete pole locations & transients response Small damping (e= 0. “Optimal control Linear Quadratic Methods”.C. Twopoint Boundary value problem.O. ContinuousTime Linear state 1/11 Regulator results of solve other linear problems. M. Designing Lead & Lag Compensators 5. Numerical Solution of 1/10. Brain D. Discrete Time LTI model 2. Oxford University Press Reference Book: 3. 1 I Digital Time Measurement Techniques: Measurement of time interval between two events. Prentice Hall of India Private Limited TIC802 Digital Measurement Techniques Unit Topic Chapter Philosophy of digital measurements. Calculus of variations.1 Wn = 4p/5T) Medium damping (e= 0. State space design for the Inverted pendulum TIC – 801 Optimal Control Unit I II III IV& V Topic Name Book/ Chapter General Mathematical Procedures Formulation of the optimal control Problem.4 Wn = 11p/5T) Large damping (e= 0. Gopal. Digital Dc motor Speed control with PID controller 4. John B. “Modern Control Engineering”. 2. 1/12 Micro Processor and DSP control Basic computer Architecture. Kalman Filter design 6. Dynamic Programming. New Age International Publishers. error in time Lectures 8 . Moore. Minimum principle. Digital Signal Processors. Anderson. Kuo . Microprocessor Control of Control System.“Digital Control Systems”.PIC 851 Control System Lab Experiments to be done on MAT LAB 1. 2/11 Optimal Feedback Control DiscreteTime linear State regulator. Minimumtime Control of Linear TimeInvariant System Stochastic Optimal Linear Estimation and Control Stochastic processes and linear systems. Single 2/12 Board Controllers with Custom Designed Chips. Effects of Quantization. Suboptimal Linear regulators. and Time Delays in Microprocessor Based control systems.
Ladder DAC. programmable biquads. vernier technique for small time measurement. Digitally Programmable Circuits: Resistor. capacitance. decibel meter. logarithmic A/D converter. switches. direct type A/D converters. quantization. Digital Frequency Measurement Techniques: Measurement of frequency. timedivision multiplexing. average frequency difference. indirect type A/D converters. deviation of power frequency. Digital Voltage Measurement Techniques: Sampling theorem. Input circuitry of a digital voltmeter. potentiometer. measurement of periodic time. dual polarity gain amplifiers. quality factor of ringing circuit.II III IV V interval measurement. peak frequency. Weighted reference voltage DAC. Weightedresistor DAC. 2 8 3 8 4 8 5 . ratio of two frequencies. high frequency. Weighted current DAC. two stage programming. amplifiers. Schmitt trigger. measurement of time interval with constraints. Fast lowfrequency measurement. time interval between two events defined by voltage levels. Programmable gain amplifier with dual output. DACs derived from programmable gain amplifiers. Digital to Analog Converters: Output input relation. phase. product of two frequencies.
operator over loading. standard logic. VHDL model for a counter. synthesis of VHDL codes. II III DESIGN OF NETWORKS FOR ARITHMATIC OPERATIONS: Design of serial adder with accumulator. interfacing memory to microprocessor bus. multi valued logic and signal resolution.7 8 1/9 6 1/10 6 10 . complete microcontroller design. modeling a sequential machine. Narosa Publishing House. variables.state graph for control networks design of binary multiplier.5 10 1/ 6. description of MC68HC05 microcontroller. packages and libraries. generates statements. Rathore. generic. transport and inertial delays. 10 1/ 4. floating point multiplication. V a simplified 486 bus model.Text Book: T. synthesis examples. IEEE1164. design of microcontrollerCPU. modeling flip flop using VHDL. ADVANCED VHDL: Attributes. DIGITAL DESIGN WITH SM CHART: state machine charts. “Digital Measurement Technique”. 1996.POINT alternative realisation of M charts FLOATING ARITHMETIC: Representation ofSfloating point IV numbers. combinational networks. VHDL model for Text/Ch apter 1/ 2. arrays VHDL operators. realisation of SM charts. DESIGNING WITH PROGRAMMABLE GATE ARRAYS AND MEMORY MODELS FOR MEMORIES AND BUSES: Static RAM. codes. VHDL procedures. file handling and TEXTIO. signals and constants. multiplication of signed binary numbers.011 Digital System Design Using VHDL Unit I Topic INTRODUCTION TO VHDL: VHDL description. design of binary divider. S.8 Lectures multiplexer. derivation of SM charts. implementation of dice game. other floating point operations. comliance and simulation of VHDL. DESIGN EXAMPLES: UART design. TEC . VHDL functions.
materials. Speckle Phenomenon and methods of Measurements. . Image forming property of Lens. “Digital System Design using VHDL”.pressure . Jhon F Wakerly. Polarization modulated. Current sensors. PHI. Integrated optic spectrum analyzer. Charles H Roth Jr. Fibre Optic Gyroscope. Holographic interferometryReal time. Single mode FO sensors. Halftone processing. 2002.. 11 . Laser Interferometer.Text Book: 1. Phase modulated. Thomson Learning.stress. Electro optic Intensity Modulators. TMH. Contour generation . 2n d Ed. TIC – 011 OPTOELECTRONICS Unit1 (6) .Channel waveguide Light emitting diode (LED). Holographic optical elements.Optical data storage. Interferometry. 4th Ed. constructions. Reference Books: 2. Multiplication and Division ..Averaging . Microbend optical fiber sensor. Non linear processing. Acousto – optics. “Fundamentals of digital logic design with VHDL”. Non linear optics second harmonic generation. Magnetic sensors. Analog Arithmetic operationAddition/Subtraction. Active multimode FO sensors. 2007. Double exposure. Parametric amplification. EO Amplitude and Phase Modulator. 3. “Digital design”. Fourier transforming property of Lens. AO Modulators. Stephen Brown & Zvonko Vranesic. Principles of Holography On axis and Off Axis Holography. strain Intensity modulated sensors. Unit4 (6) Optical Fiber Sensors: Multimode fiber Sensors Displacement . Unit3 (10) Fourier Optics and Holography: Phase transformation of thin lens . Unit5 (12) Optical Computing: Analog Linear Optical processing. Differentiation and Integration. Drive circuity. Fundamentals of lasers and its applications Unit2 (8) Electro Optic Effects: Birefringence phenomenon EO Retardation.Introduction to Optical waveguide.Photo sources and detectors: Optical waveguide modesTheory of Dielectric slab waveguidesSymmetric and Asymmetric slab wave guide.
Collage Publishing. 2. Hawkes k/ Opto Electronics.T.Wilson.S. Signed Logarithmic Arithmetic. 1985. Yu. Publication 12 . Threshold devices. J.S. / Optical Information Processing/ Wiley. Logarithmic Threshold logic. 3. New York. 1974. Theta Modulation devices Shadow casting and symbolic substitution References: 1.number system. Residue. ital logic: Modified Signed Digit Number system.J.B.B.F. Arithmetic Operations: MSD. 1983.I. 4. Residue Number system. Spatial light Modulators.P.A Yariv / Optical Electronics/C. An Introduction: /PHI. Kaminov / A Introduction to Electro Optic Devices/ Academic Press New York. 2000. New York.F.
ServoMechanism.012 CONTROL SYSTEM COMPONENTS Unit Topic Book/Chapter I II III IV V A. their applications reluctance motors .J and Gopal M. Shuttle valve. and Nagamori. Miniature motors. Text Books 1 2 References: 3 4 5 6 Lectures 6 2 8 8 8 8 T. Brakes and clutches. limit switches. Transfer function and Block Diagram. Drive circuits and high speed operations Applications Control valve and sizing: principles. NY Nagrath I. Time delay valve. pneumatic & hydraulic actuated valves. characteristics. types.T. speed torque characteristics.C & D. loadtorque.B Teuter/Control System Components/Mc Graw Hill. Electronic drive circuits. Gyroscopes.E Gibson & F.TIC . Actuators & positioners for valves I/P & P/I converters Fluid control: Principle of operation of fluid control devices. Electropneumatics : Actuating magnets.C Servomotor: Analysis. Electropneumatic circuits. Twin pressure valve. relays. Stepper Motors : Variable reluctance stepper motor.Oxford Kenjo. hybrid stepper Motors./Permanent Magnet and Brushless DC Motors Clarendon Press Oxford 13 . Special Machines: Linear induction motors. single stack & Multistack permanent magnet stepper motor. Solenoid operated valve. Synchros: Principles and applications. relays and actuators. Applications in control. Contractors and switches. Rogers Hains / Control Systems for HVAC Takashi Kenjo / Stepper Motors & there Microprocessr control / Clarendon Press ./Control System Engineering/PHI Anderson/Analsys and design of pneumatic systems. Quick exhaust valve.S. fluidic logic gate.
Benefits of using Computers in a Process control Process related Interfaces: Analog Interfaces. C. Control Model. Intelligent Control.Ash / Element of Computer Process Control with Advance Control Applications / Instrument Society of America. Process modeling.. Johnson / Process Control Instrumentation Technology / PHI.Pulse Interfaces. Houpis. Reheat Furnace Temperature control. Krishan Kant / Computer Based Industrial Control. Distributed control Systems. 3. Adaptive Contrl.Statistical control. Examples of Computerized Process Control: Electric Oven Temperature Control. C.D.Computer Aided Process control software.Data Transfer Techniques. Digital Interfaces . Thickness and Flatness control System for metal Rolling.Inferential control.TIC 013 COMPUTERISED PROCESS CONTROL Unit Topic Book/Chapter I II III IV V Basics of ComputerAided Process Control: Role of computers in process control.2007 Reference Books 2.L Smith / Digital computer Process Control / Ident Educational Publishers. Classification of a Computer –Aided Process Control System ComputerAided Process –control Architecture: Centralized Control Systems.M. 5. Real Time Operating System. 88. Standard Interfaces Industrial communication System: Communicatin Networking . Deshpande & Raymond. Elements of a computer aided Process control System. Singh. ComputerAided control of Electric Power Generation Plant Lectures 1/4 8 1/5 8 1/2 8 1/7 8 1/10 8 Text Book 1. Model Validation Advanced Strategies For Computerised Process control:Cascade Control. 6.B. H. Economics of ComputerAided Process control. Model Formulation. Solution Finding. Modeling Procedure: Goals Definition. Pradeep B.S. G.Types of Computer control Process Software.K /Computer Aided Process control /PHI . Information Preparation. Process Modeling for computerized Process control:Process model. 4. Predictive control. Lamond / Digital Control System Theory / Tata Mc Graw Hill 85.. 14 . Hierarchical Computer control Systems. C. 72. Physical model.Industrial communication Systems . 1981. Results Analysis.
Bearings. Case Studies of Mechatronic Systems. Rotary Actuators. Solenoids. Control. McGraw Hill.2003. Cylinders. 1/2 Kinamatic Equation for Manipulators.Composite Homogeneous Transformation Matrix. Inverse Transform Technique for Euler Angles Solution. Geometric Interpretation of Rotation Matrics. Sensing. 2003 4 Mechatronics. 2/1 Shift Registers. General considerations on 1/4 Trajectory planning. Actuators : Pneumatic and Hydraulic Actuation systems. Histand TMH 2005 15 . Mechatronics. Cams. A. 2/7 Electrical Actuation Systems: Electrical systems. Basic Structure. Vision and Intelligence. Response of systems. Mechanical Actuation Systems: Mechanical systems. Pressure control valves. joint. Mnemonics. Belt and chain drives. Principles Concepts and Applications – N. Master and jump controls. Links . Classification of manipulators. Actuation systems.Interpolated Trajectiries. Rotation Matrix about an Arbitrary Axis. Pearson. JOHN J. Gear trains. PHI.C. Types of motion. Timers. C S G LEE. Mahalik TMH 2005 5 Introduction to Mechatronics and Measurement systems – David G. SYED V NIKU. 1987. Reference Books:1 Introduction to Robotic Mechanics and Control. Pearson Education Ltd. Analogue 9 5 input/output. The DavidHhartenberg Representation. Microprocessor. Systems. D. R K Mittal. The 3 Mechatronics Approach. Composite Rotation Matrix.TIC021 ROBOTICS AND MECHATRONICS Unit Topic Boo k / Lectures Cha I II&III pter Robot Arm Kinematics: Introduction. Pearson Education Ltd. Rotation Matrics with Euler Angles Representation. 2/6 Kinematic chains. Calculation of a 434 joint 8 8 4 Trajectory. Selection of a PLC. 2 2/2 2 Text Books: 1 2 Robotics. Possible Mechatronics Design Solutions. Directional control valves. K S FU. Mechanical aspects of motor selection. I J Nagrath. Homogeneous Coordinates and transformation Matrix. Mechatronics Systems: Traditional and Mechatronics Designs. IV & V Mechatronics : What is Mechatronics . Joints and Their Parameters.P. Input Output Processing. Control 2/1 systems. Rotation Matrices. 1/2 Geometric Interpretation of Homogeneous Transformation Matrices .C. Planning of Manipulator Trajectories: Introduction. The Inverse Kinematics Problem. Stepper Motors. Measurement systems. Data handling. Programming. TMH. Mechanical switches. W BOLTON . The Direct Kinematics Problem. Internal Relays and Counters. Process Control Valves. Solid 8 state switches. Ratchet and pawl. CRAIG. R C GONZALEZ. Motors. Other specifications of the Location of the EndEffector. Programmable Logic Controllers : Introduction. 2/5 Pneumatic and Hydraulic systems. Motors.based controllers. Alciator and Michael B. Cubic Spline Trajectory (five Cubics). 2003 2 Introduction to Robotics. 2003 3 Robotics and Control.
Dye Lasers. Spectrophotometers. Grating theory . Unit2 Opto –Electronic devices and Optical Components Photo diode. PIN. Refractometer.Fiber Optic Communication system. 4Fundamentals of OPTOELECTRONICS by Pollock 16 . Spectrographs and Monochromators. 1985. Radio. Rayleigh’s interferometers. Coherent and Incoherent sources. Solar cells. Classification of different phenomenon based on theories of light.LED drive circuitry.Application of diffraction grating.B. Materials used to fabricate LEDs and Lasers Design of LED for Optical communication. Application of Holography. Calorimeters. Response times of LEDs . Rajpal S.Opto Electronics:An Introduction PHI. HeNe Lasers.Optical data storage. Frequency Domain dispersion measurement. Optical Fiber Sensors Active and passive optical fiber sensor.Lasers Applications. Semiconductors Lasers .Laser Doppler velocimeter. Michelson’s Interferometer and its application Fabryperot interferometer.J.Intensity modulated .Sirohi 3A Yariv / Optical Electronics/C.S.CO2 Lasers. Polarization . types of interference phenomenon and its Application.Acoustooptic effect and Magnetooptic effect. Basic light sources and its Characterization.displacement type sensors. Collage Publishing.Edition 2Wave Optics and its Application. . Text Book: 1.Multimode active optical fiber sensor (Microbend sensor)Single Mode fiber sensorPhase Modulates and polarization sensors Unit 5 Fiber optic fundamentals and Measurements Fundamental of Fibers.Wilson &J F B Hawkes. PhotoConductors. Electrooptic effect . New York.TIC022 Optical Instrumentation Unit 1 Light Sourcing. Unit3 Interferometry Interference effect.Onaxis and Off axis Holography.metry.OpticalTime domain Reflectometer(OTDR).Time domain dispersion measurement. Neodymium Lasers.Phototransistors. Medical Optical Instruments Unit4 Holography Principle of Holography. Lasers Classification :Ruby lasers. Transmitting and Receiving Concept of Light.
Switched capacitor first and second order filters. M. First and second order filters.TEC 023 Filter Design Unit Book Topic Review of opamps circuits. 1 2 3 4 5 1 1 [1] [2] [2] Text Book: [1] Gobind Daryanani. and Delay equalizers. integrators. Three amplifier Biquad: Basic low pass and band pass circuit. bandreject filter.Lowpass filter. TTC&M. Elements of Satellite Communication 02 / 01 Orbital mechanics. satellite systems using small earth 01 / 04 17 . Basic of sensitivity. sampled data operation. communication subsystem. amplifiers. Highpass filter. Categorization of filters. Elementary transconductor building blocks. “Design of analog filters”.Schaumann. downlink design. system noise temperature and G/T ratio. bandpass filter. feed forward three amplifier biquad. satellite antenna 01 / 03 10 satellite link design: basic transmission theory. Bilinear transformation. Geostationary Orbit. Passive Ladder structures. Inverse Chebyshev approximation. resistors. Frequency Transformations. of Lect. Gain equalizers. realization of the general Biquadratic Functions. look angle and orbit determination. Approximation Theory: Butterworth approximation. TEC 024 SATELLITE COMMUNICATION Unit Contents I II Book/Chapter No. attitude and orbit control systems. summers. orbital effects. R. Switched capacitor filters: The MOS switch. 02/ 0203 6 Satellite subsystems. Inductor Substitution using Gyrator. “Principles of active network synthesis and design”. higher order filters. launches & launch vehicle. Chebyshev approximation.Van Valkenburg.E. [2. second order sections. first order building blocks. Transformation of elements using the FDNR. The switched capacitor. gyrator.John Wiley and Sons. uplink design. summing of four Amplifier biquad. Oxford University Press.
multispectral. digital modulation and demodulation. Multiple access: FDMA. Elements of visual interpretation of images. atmospheric window. 8 01 / 06. reflectance. Interaction of electromagnetic energy with atmosphere and earth features. Digital Satellite Communications/ Tri T. thermal & line scanners. rain. active and passive remote sensing systems. IV V Error control for digital satellite links: error detection and correction. principle and functioning of camera. Satellite Communications / Pratt. C/N Ratio. DAMA and CDMA. III Modulation and multiplexing techniques for satellite 01 / 05 links: FM. 2. factors affecting the reflectance (8) UNIT2 Platforms and sensors Airborne and space platforms./ McGrawHill. channel capacity. Electromagnetic spectrum. preemphasis and deemphasis. Text / Reference Books: 1. swath. Spectral signature. error control coding. Ha. SPOT. TDM. TDMA. side looking air borne radars.station. linear and cyclic block codes. Geometric enhancement including spatial filtering. Advantages and disadvantages of each. absorbance and transmittance. Bostian. convolutional codes. Allnutt / John Wiley & Sons. satellite navigation and the global positioning systems. IFOV. edge detection and enhancement. (8) UNIT3 Image Characteristics and interpretation Differences between aerial and space borne imagery. TIC031 Remote Sensing UNIT1 Principles of remote sensing Remote sensing system and its components. radiometric processing including correction of instrumental artifacts and atmospheric corrections. films. NDVI and PCA. cloud and ice effects etc. spectral bands. (8) UNIT4 Digital image processing Image Transformations such as subtraction. definition of emissivity. ratioin g. and repetivity. and hyperspectral sensors. direct broadcast satellite television and radio. Their important characteristics such as flight altitude. 02/14 01 / 07 08 01 / 08 Introduction of various satellite systems: VSAT. IRS series of satellites and sensors. S/N ratios for FM video transmission. atmospheric absorption. spatial resolution. Propagation effects and their impact on satelliteearth links: attenuation and depolarization. low 01 08 earth orbit and nongeostationary. Satellite Communications / Dennis Roddy / McGrawHill 3. geometric corrections and registration. Thematic classification and clustering to include unsupervised and supervised classification based on 18 . Different satellite and sensor combinations: LANDSAT.
alternative definition of gradient. Introduction: Definition and characteristic s.. Remote sensing and Geographic Information System TEC032 ADAPTIVE SIGNAL PROCESSING Unit Topic Text 1& 2 1. adaptive recursive LMS algorithm. Curran.. Lillesand. J. Remote Sensing and Image Interpretation. desired response and error performance function. Theory of Adaptation with Stationary Signals: Input correlation 1/3. general properties open and closed loop adaptation. accuracy assessment of classif ication. Basic ideas of gradient search methods.B. Remote Sensing: Principles and Interpretations 5. 4. effects of gradient noise. and Kiefer. learning curve noise in Weight vector misadjustment and performances of LMS algorithms. 3. gradient component estimation by derivative measurement. input signal and Weight vectors. Paul J. on weight vector solution. 1 12 8 19 . time constant and misadjustment. decorelection of error and input components. gradient and minimum mean square. 2. 1/8 convergence. excess MSE. R.W. (8) References: 1. Introduction of Remote Sensing Sabins. gradient search by newton’s method and method of steepest descent.F. T. Introduction of GIS.D. (8) UNIT5 Ancilliary data sources and integration Ground truth.M. Adaptive Algorithms: Least mean square algorithm.1/4 & 1/5 matrix. and their geometrical significance. Reddy. sequential regression algorithm. M. Concepts of hyderspectral image analysis. random search algorithm. 1/6. Digital terrain models. Adaptive Linear Combiner: General description. Principles of Remote sensing Campbell..F. 2. Eigenvalues and eigenvectors of the correlation matrix. 3 4. Integration of Remote sensing and GIS.. performance comparison of Newton and S. Book / Chapter 1/1 Lectures 1/2 3 3.minimum distance and maximum likelihood classification. Anji. GPS and its role to remote sensing data. Geographic and Radiometric. methods.
Cowan & Grant. 7. Adaptive Signal Processing. matrix 2/9 inversion lemma. types of failures. John R. data collection. Recursive Least Square Algorithm: Preliminaries. Treichler. Pearson Education Reference Books 1. Theory and design of adaptive filters. difference between MTTR and MTTF.4& 5 5. various parameters of system effectiveness. Adaptive Filter Applications: (i) Adaptive modeling and 1/9 & 1/10 systems identification. Adaptive Signal Processing by Davisson. component reliability from test data. and random variables. convergence analysis of RLS algorithm 6. all poles and all 1/8 zeroes versions. binomial distribution. Adaptive Filter Structures: Lattice structures. Boolean algebra. basic properties of probability. Book/ Chapter No. . update recursion for the sum of weighted error squares. Pearson Education 2. concept of failure modes. definition of probability. Prentice Hall 2. maintainability. Simon Haykin. 3. normal distribution and weibull distribution. Reliability mathematics: Classical set theory. sample space. Adaptive Filters. Widrow and Stearns. equalization and deconvolution 5 6 8 Text Books: 1. Lattice LMS algorithms. Probability distribution: Exponential distribution. of Lectures 01 / 01 06 01 / 02 08 Reliability Data Analysis: The reliability function. exponentially weighted RLS algorithm. gamma distribution. condit ional probability. and lattice SER algorithms. quality. adaptive lattice predictor. bathtub curve. TEC033 Reliability Engineering Unit Contents I II III Introduction: Definition of reliability. 04 20 . availability. PHI. Adaptive Filter Theory. (ii) Inverse adaptive modeling. DFT and lattice preprocessors. linear hazard model & exponential hazard model. 02 / 05 storage & recovery of data. adaptive filters with orthogonal signals.
Removal of Baseline Wander And Power line Interferences. O’Connor / John Wiley & Sons 4 edition). Electromyography & electroretinography 4 3. series –parallel systems Fault tree techniques.IV System Reliability: Systems with components in series. circuit and system aspects.. QRS Detection(Different Methods). th TEC 034 BIOMEDICAL SIGNAL PROCESSING Unit1 1. Kout of m systems 01 / 09 04 03 V 08 Electronics System Reliability: Reliability of electronic components. ECG: Measurement of Amplitude and Time 1/ 12&13 . Balagurusamy / Tata McGraw. Electroencephalography. 2 1/ 1 . Role of Computers in the Analysis. systems with components in parallel. Arrhythmia Analysis. Practical Reliability Engineering/ Patrick D. Acquisition and Difficulties during Acquisition. reliability of electronic system design. Reliability Engineering/ E. 2. BOOK/CHAPTERS LECTURES 3/ 1&3 2 1/ 2 .Hill. Portable Arrhythmia Monitors. parameter variation and tolerance. Processing. 8 21 . 3/ 15 Unit2 4. Introduction to BioMedical Signals: Classification. ST Segment Analysis. 2/ 7 Intervals. 3/ 3 2.T. component types and failure mechanics. Text / Referencebook: 1. Basics of Electrocardiography. Monitoring & Control and image reconstruction in biomedical field.
Willis J Tomkin. EEG:Neurological Signal Processing. Run Length Coding. Sleep EEG. Wavelet Detection: .PHI REFERENCE BOOKS: 4. Matched Filtering. volume I & Licrc Press 5 Biomedical Signal Analysis A Case Study Approach. Fan Algorithm. Adaptive Wavelet Detection. Biomedical Digital Signal Processing. john G. Detection of Overlapping Wavelets. Arnon Cohen.Unit3 5. 22 . Rangaraj M.Crommwell. Adaptive Noise Canceling. Biomedical Instrumentation and Measurement. TEXT BOOKS 1.Weibel and Pfeifer. Phi. John Wiley and Sons Inc. linear prediction theory. Dynamics of Sleep/Wake transition. 6. Biomedical Signal Processing. Detection By Structural features.C Reddy McGrawhill 3. john Wiley & Sons Inc. Rangayyan. Huffman and Modified Huffman Coding. Webster. D. Unit5 7 EP Estimation: by Signal Averaging.General Structures of Adaptive filters. Study of pattern of brain waves.Introduction. EpilepsyTransition. detection and Estimation. LMS Adaptive Filter. 2. Adaptive Filtering:. AZTEC Algorithm. EEG characteristic. Data Reduction: Turning Point algorithm.. Biomedical Signal Processing. 1/ 10 8 2/ 5 2 2/ 4 6 1/ 8&9 2/ 6 8 Unit4 6. Medical instrumentation Application and Design.
Essential Parts of FP. Ultrasonic. Le ctu res 8 4 Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) NMR Spectroscopy . A typical Chromatogram. Photo Diode Arrays. Time of Flight MS. Block Diagram for continuous wave NMR Spectrometer. Mobile phase. Basic Components of IR Spectrophotometers: Radiation Source. Block diagram of Xray Spectroscopy Instrument. Electron Multiplier. Hollow Cathode Lamps. Diffraction Gratings. Monochromators. Collimators. Cross–Flow. Clinical FP. Proportional Counter. Other Optical Components. Temperature Programming. Basic definitions. Chemical Ionization. Detectors. Nebulizers: Concentric. Holographic Gratings. 1/4 Atomi zer. Field Desorption and Fast Atomic Bombardment. Recording System: PMT and associated Amplifier Circuit. X Ray Spectrometers: Introduction. Sample Holders. Xray Fluorescence Spectrometry 23 . Detectors: Photovoltaic. Double Beam. Xray Absorption Meter. Xray Generating Equipment. Block Diagram of Instrument. Quadruple Mass Spectrometer. Using Diode array detector. Scintillation Counter. Atomic Absorption Spectrometers (AAS): Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy. Ionization Chamber. Absorption Instruments. Sample Handling Techniques. Electromagnetic Radiation. Interaction of Radiation with Matter. Type of FP: Single Beam. Monochromaters. Xray Spectrum. Mirrors. Optical Filters. Field Ionization.TIC 041 ANALYTICAL INSTRUMENTATION Topic Unit I Book/Cha pter UV – Visible Spectroscopy: Introduction. Chromatography : Various Types of Chromatography. Detectors: Photographic Emulsion. Burner. Single Beam (Spectronic – 21 type). Microprocessor based Spectrophotometer (Block Diagram) Infrared Spectroscopy: Introduction. Xray Diffrcatometer. Flame. Recording Type FP. FID. Optical Null and Ratio Recording Type 1/3 Spectrophotometers. Thermal Compartment Oven. UV – Visible Spectrophotometers. Burners and Flames. 1/2 Silicon Diode Detectors. Electrodless Discharge Lamp. Optical System: Filters. Principle of NMR: Nuclear Spin. 1/10 4 Chemical Shift. Gas Chromatography. Ion Detectors: Faraday Cup. Monochromator : Prism. Radio Frequency MS. Resonance Conditions. Spin –– Spin Coupling and relaxation Process. Photomultiplier Tubes. Lambert Law. Emission System: Fuel Gases and their Regulation. Sample Ionization Methods: Electron Impact. Calorimeters. Entrance & Exit Slits. and Spectrum. Beer Law. FPD. Atomic Absorption Instrumentation : Radiation Sources. Double Beam spectrophotometer(Optical Diagram & Block Diagram). Block Diagram of the electronic Circuit of 1/5 4 4 AAS including pre – amplifier and EHT for PMT Circuits and their working. Photo Sensitive Detectors. Near – Middle – Far IR range of Spectrum. Babington and V – groove types. Flame Photometers (FP): Principle of Flame Photometry. Block Diagram for Flame Photometers. Optical System of A A S – its ray diagram . Bear – Lambert Law. The Geiger Muller Counter. Monochromators. Sampling System Mass Spectrometers (MS): Basic of Mass Spectrometer(MS): Principle of operation Type of MS : Magnetic Deflection MS. Nuclear Energy Levels. Pre – amplifier. Materials of Optical Components. ECD ). Micro Channel Plate. Sample Injection System. 1/19 & 2/16 4 1/16 4 1/14 & 2/13 6 Electronic Integrator circuit for Chromatogram peaks. Chromatography Columns. Radiation Sources. Detector Systems (TCD. High Vacuum Photo–Emission Cells.
Timing Analyses. Yusuf Leblebici. Seventh Edition. 3. Floor planning. pullup to pulldown ratio. Gate delays. Digital Integrated Circuits A Design Perspective by Jab M. nd TEC 042 VLSI DESIGN Unit Topic Text Lectures 1. Controllability and Observability. 2. The nMOS inverter. Programmable Logic structures. Basic VLSI Design by Douglas A. 2. Design Economics. BiCMOS technology. 24 . BuiltIn self Test (BIST) Techniques.E. Field Programmable Gate arrays (FPGA) . Handbook Of Analytical Instruments: R S Kandpur. 2. Principles of CMOS VLSI Design A systems Perspective by Neil H. Trans conductance and output conductance. Pearson Education. nMOS design style. twin tub process. Package Parasitics. Design Flows. Current Monitoring IDDQ Test. Borivoje Nikolic. 3. Anantha Chandra kasan. lambda based design rules . Introduction to integrated circuit technology. CMOS VLSI Design. Automated Layout Generation. logical efforts. CMOS fabrication. Weste. MOS transistor threshed voltage Vt. Pearson Education 3. design considerations. PrenticeHall of India. Weste. Dean and Settle. Parasitic Extraction. Limited. Scaling models and scaling factors. Ayan Banerjee. stick diagrams. 2 8 2&3 8 AD HOC Design Techniques. CMOS inverter and its characteristics. problems associated with 4. Instrumental Methods of Analysis: Willard. Configurable Logic Block (CLB). Standard Cell Based Design. Parametric yield. 5. References: 1. Basic electrical properties of MOS circuits. Heat dissipation. Packaging. Text Books: 1. CBS Publishers. the pwell process. David Harris. TMH 2 Edition. nwell process. Body effect. Ids Vds relationship. Rabaey. Pucknell & Kamran Eshraghian. capacitances of layers. ApplicationSpecific Integrated Circuits by Michal John Sebastian smith. A Circuits and Systems Perspective by Neil H.Text Books : 1. Kamrau Eshraghian. CMOS NAND Gates. Full Custom Design. sheet resistance. limitation of scaling. CMOS NOR gates. 2. Semi Custom Design. Delay estimation. Design Methodology and Tools. CMOS design style. nMOS. VLSI Design. latch –up in CMOS circuits.2003. Tata McGrawHill. Pearson Education. ScanBased Techniques . Routing. PrenticeHall of India Pvt.E. Faults types and Models. Placement. nMOS. . CMOS Digital Integrated Circuits Analysis and Design by SungMo Kang. Merritt. Combinational circuit Book 1 8 1 8 1&2 8 design. ApplicationSpecific Integrated Circuits (ASICs) Design for Testability. MOS transistor figure of merit. Limits of miniaturization. sequential circuit design.
M. Oxford 1971 Reference Books 4. paramagnetic typeOxygen analyze r.1972 Stephen Michael Elonka & Antony Lawrence Kohal/ Standard Boiler Operations: Questions and Answers/TMH.M. 07 Analysis in power plant: thermal conductive type.K Jain/Modern Power Plant Engineering/Khanna Modern power station practice Vol. dampers and actuators super heaters Stem trapsEconomizers. 10 Turbine monitoring and control: Condenser vacuum control. solar and wind etc.6:Instrumentation Control & Testing/Pergaman Press. Cooling towersfeed water generators Turbine cooling systems. pressure.gland steam exhaust pressure controlspeed. air /fuel ratio controlfurnace draft and excess control. pulverization and burnersfans. hot well level controlinterlockMFT Turbine trip conditionsPulverized control. Unit2 2.TIC 042 POWER PLANT INSTRUMENTATION BOOK/CHAPT Unit1 1.Balasubramaniam & R. Recirculators and regenerators. radiation detectors. Dependence of instrumentation of the method of power generationthermal power plantsgeneral structures. LECTURES ERS An overview: Brief survey of methods of power generation. nuclear. thermal. types of boilers. Unit3 3. fuel analyzer. shell temperature monitoringlubricating oil temperature control hydrogen generator cooling system. pollution monitoring and control 07 Computer in power plants: load dispatching computer. Unit5 5. Unit4 4. generation station computer. vibration. 10 Control loops and inter and Annuncciation systems : Combustion control of main header. and supervisory control 07 Text Books 1. drum level (three element control) main and reheat systems temperature control. 2. hydrogen purity meterchromatography – PH meter. Hydro. burner tilting up by pass damper super heaterspray and gas recirculation controls./Power Plant technology/Mc Graw Hill 1984 J. 3. E.L Wakil. mini computers. Richard Dolezal & Ludrik Varcop/Process Dynamics Automatic control of Steam Generation Plant/Elsevier Publishing Co Amesternam. 25 .
USB. VXI.1997 Reference Books.Bitter.2 serial InterfacingRS 232C. operating system. curve fitting probability & statistics. string and file I/O. USB. 03 TEXT bOOKS 1. Timers. A. 1993. Nawrocki / Advanced Cal VIEW Programming Techniques.S.C Interfacing for data Acquisition & Process Control. Current status. case and sequence structure. 1. advantage of VI techniques. 4. ISA. 1995ce: 2. G.TIC 043 Intelligent Instrumentation Unit –1&2 1. Gupta / P. Code Interface Nodes and DLL links.S.RS422. (2) 2. windows. software structure. interfacing methods of DAQ hardware.1 & 488. PC Hardware Review and Instrumentation Buses: Structure. 3. Historical Perspective. VIs and sub VIs loops and charts. Unit – 5 05 5. 6. Unit –4 08 4.Wells &Jeffery Travis / Lab VIEW For every one Prentice Hall.C.Gray Johnson / Lab VIEW Graphical Programming 2 Edition / Tata Mc Graw Hill. Counters. RS423. 2. Barney / Intelligent Instrumentation / Prentice Hall. DMA. BOOK/CHAPTE LECYURES RS 02 10 Unit –3 08 3. IEEE488. clusters and graphs. filters and wavelets. PCMCIA Buses. arrays. Lisa. RS485. Introduction: Introduction to intelligent instrumentation. 1994. Data Acquisition Methods : Analog and Digital IO. Analysis Techniques: DSP software. 1997.K. timing. Virtual Instrumentation: Introduction to graphical programming. PXI. use of Data sockets for distributed control. Measurement. Basic ADC designs. PCI. data flow & graphical programming techniques. Use of Data Sockets for Networked communication and controls. SCXI. Mohiuddin. Communication: Basic networking methods and their applications in instrumentation. interrupts. Morris / Principles of measurement and Instrumentation / Prentice Hall.. use of simple and intermediate Vis. nd nd 26 . formula nodes. software based instruments. 2 Edition / Instrument Society of America.
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