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Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering

BMS College of Engineering, Bangalore – 19
Autonomous College under VTU
Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering

Proposed 5 – 6 Semester scheme for 2014-15 batch

Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering

Program specific outcomes
The students will be able to 1. Analyze and design electronic systems for signal processing and communication
applications.
2. Demonstrate the Conceptual domain Knowledge with respect to Architecture, Design,
Analysis and Engineering deployment in Data communication and Computer
networking.
3. Identify and apply d o m a i n s p e c i f i c tools for design, analysis, synthesis and
validation of VLSI and Communication systems.

Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering

BMS College of Engineering, Bangalore – 19
Autonomous College under VTU
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Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering Program Core Course Syllabus (Draft Copy) .

Generation and Demodulation. DSBSC. Generation and detection. Frequency translation. 7Hrs UNIT-4 Angle Modulation . Noise equivalent bandwidth. shot noise. Correlation and Covariance functions. narrow band FM. Demodulation of FM waves: Balanced frequency discriminator. noise in SSB receiver. Pulse amplitude Modulation and TDM. Canonical representation of band pass signals Single side band modulation: Frequency domain description. properties of Hilbert transform. thermal noise.time-domain and Frequency domain representation.Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering BMS College of Engineering. Quadrature carrier multiplexing. Pre-envelope. Generation and Detection. 7Hrs . Noise in AM receivers. Zero-crossing detector. Practical aspects of sampling and signal recovery. Phase-locked loop. transmission bandwidth of FM waves. FM stereo multiplexing. Generation of FM waves: Indirect FM. NOISE: Introduction. Direct FM. Mean. Narrow bandwidth. Pre-emphasis and Deemphasis in FM 8Hrs UNIT-5 Digital Communication: Basic operations in Digital Communications. FM threshold effect. FM. noise in FM receivers. 7Hrs UNIT-2 Amplitude Modulation (AM). VESTIGIAL SIDE BAND MODULTION (VSB): Time and Frequency domain description. Transmission of random signals through linear systems. Frequency division multiplexing. white noise. Sampling Theorem. Stationarity.AM and DSBSC 7Hrs UNIT-3 Hilbert transform. Random processes. Bangalore – 19 Autonomous College under VTU COURSE CODE CREIDTS 16EC5DCCT1 COURSE COMMUNICATION THEORY -1 6 TITLE L-T-P-S 3-0-1-2 UNIT-1 Random variables. wide band FM.Basic concepts. Quadrature Sampling of Band pass signals. Gaussian Distribution.

2001 2. Conduction of mixer 3. Communication Systems (4/e). Masoud Salehi.Haykins. Wiley.ac. Person. FM wave generation 5. 2003 Reference Books: 1. Wiley. K Sam Shanmugam. John G Proakis. Conduction of 2nd order filters 2. 2015 2. S. Communication Systems Engineering. TDM and Demultiplexing 7. Generation and detection of AM. http://nptel. Verification of sampling theorem Text Books: 1. Generation and detection of PAM 6.Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering List of Experiments: 1. DSBSC waves 4. Wiley. S. Digital and Analog Communication Systems. An Introduction to Analog and Digial Communications.in/courses/117102059/1 .Haykins. (2/e). 1994 3.

8 Hrs UNIT-2 Linear convolution using Circular Convolution. Design of IIR Filters from Analog Filter: Impulse Invariant Method. Relation between DFT and other transforms. Realization of IIR Filters: Block diagram and Signal flow Graps representation. overlap Add method. triangular. Circular Convolution ( Multiplication of two DFTs). Filtering of long data sequences using DFT: Overlap save method. Computational complexity of Direct Computation of DFT 7 Hrs UNIT-3 DIT-FFT algorithm. DIF-FFT Algorithm. Analog Chebyshev Filter. Circular Time Reversal. Kaiser Window.Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering BMS College of Engineering. Frequency-domain Sampling ( Sampling of DTFT). Design of FIR Filters using Windows: rectangular. Circular Frequency Shifting. Duality. Conjugation and Conjugate Symmetry ( Symmetry properties). Blackman window. Direct-Form I Structure. Parseval’s Relation. Chirp-Z Transform . Direct Form-II Structure. Frequency transformation in Analog domain. 7 Hrs UNIT-4 Design of Analog Filters: Analog Butterworth Filters. Multiplication ( or Modulation) property. Cascade form and Parallel form. Circular correlation. Properties of DFT: Periodicity. Bilinear Transformation. DFT as a Linear Transformation ( Matrix formulation). Design of FIR Filters using frequency Sampling Method Realization of Finite Impulse Response (FIR) systems: . Comparison between DIT and DIF Algorithms. Frequency transformation in Digital domain. Inverse DFT using FFT Algorithms. Circular Time shifting. Hamming. 7 Hrs UNIT-5 Properties of FIR Digital Filters. Linear Filtering Approach for Computing DFT: Goertzel Algorithm. Linearity. Bangalore – 19 Autonomous College under VTU COURSE 16EC5DCDSP COURSE DIGITAL SIGNAL CODE CREIDTS 6 TITLE L-T-P-S PROCESSING 3-0-1-2 UNIT-1 Introduction to DSP. DFT and its Inverse. Hanning .

Digital Signal Processing. basic operations on sequences (shifting. Design of IIR FILTER-LP. cross and auto correlation. Sanjit K Mitra. Digital Signal Processing. 1988.6. sampling theorem. HP.com/Course/2317/Digital-Signal-Processing-IIT-Delhi MOOCs 1. E-books 1.Hill. Pearson Education India 2. Algorithms and Applications.Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering Direct Form. Digital Signal Processing: Fundamentals and Applications. 1998. FIR filter design using Hamming and Kaiser window for the given order and cut-off frequency. comparison between IIR and FIR filters 7 Hrs Lab Experiments: Display of basic elementary signals. Understanding Digital Signal Processing. John Wiley & Sons. linear convolution and correction using FFT algorithm. 2015 Reference Books: 1.LiTan. Schafer.Pearson education/PHI.HP (using both hardware and software) Text Books: 1. (4th Edition) 3. folding. Proakis. BP and Notch filter..com/Course/2339/Digital-Signal-Processing-IITKharagpur 2.coursera. http://freevideolectures. Tarun Kumar Rawat. Discrete-Time Signal Processing (Second Edition). Dimitris K Manolakis. http://freevideolectures. https://www. Alan V. 4. McGraw. linear and circular convolution. Digital Signal Processing. Tata McGrawHill. 2nd Edition 2004 5. Schaum's Outline of Digital Signal Processing. Monson Hayes. 1 edition 2007 6. 2.Academic st Press. Oppenheim.edx. Lonnie Ludeman. https://www. and John R. Ronald W. 1 edition. Buck.org/course/dsp 2. Third Edition. A computer based approach. Fundamentals of Digital Signal Processing. Principles. FFT of Sequence. st Wiley International 1 Edition. John G. March 25.org/course/discrete-time-signal-processing-mitx-6-341x-0 . Lyons Prentice Hall. Richard G. Oxford University Press. FIR Filter design-LP. time scaling and multiplication). Linear Phase Form Gibbs phenomenon (qualitative discussion only).

7Hrs UNIT-3 Combinational Circuit Design: CMOS Logic. Junction Leakage. timing simulation. Body effect. Clocked latch and Flip Flop Circuitry. Clock Skew 7Hrs . Contacts and Metallization. Time Borrowing. Bangalore – 19 Autonomous College under VTU COURSE 16EC5DCFOV COURSE FUNDAMENTALS OF VLSI CODE CREIDTS 3 TITLE L-T-P-S 3-0-0-0 UNIT-1 VLSI design flow Design: Specification. Pass Transistors and Transmission Gates. Ideal I-V characteristics. Well and Channel Formation. Logic Gates. Isolation. Noise Margin.Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering BMS College of Engineering. planning placement and routing. SR Latch Circuitry. Detailed MOS Gate Capacitance Model. Layout design rules. Gate and Source/Drain Formations. Beta Ratio Effect. Circuit Families: Static CMOS. DC Transfer Characteristics: Static CMOS Inverter DC Characteristics. Tristate buffer. Photolithography. Passivation. Metrology. Sequencing Static Circuits: Sequencing Methods. Ratioed Circuits. C-V Characteristics. The Compound Gates. Wafer Formation. Pass-Transistor Circuits. Dynamic Circuits. Non ideal I-V Effects. Gate Oxide. Tunneling. Inverter. Cascode Voltage Switch Logic. Simple MOS Capacitance Models. Mobility Degradation and Velocity Saturation. C-MOS D-Latch and Edge Triggered Flip-Flop. Functional simulation. Design entry. NAND Gate. Channel Length Modulation. Pass Transistor DC Characteristics. NOR Gate CMOS. Max-Delay Constraints. MOS Transistor: Introduction. Min-Delay Constraints. 7Hrs UNIT-4 Sequential MOS logic circuitry: Behavioral of Bistable element. 7Hrs UNIT-2 CMOS Processing Technology: CMOS Technologies. Threshold Voltage Effects. Multiplexers. Silicon Dioxide (SiO2). CMOS Process enhancements.

John P. Column Circuitry. ISBN: 0-7923-7246-8 2.ISBN: 0321149017 Reference Books: 1. Multi-Ported SRAM and Register Files. Decoder.A. NAND ROMs. 8Hrs Text Books: 1. Sung MO Kang. Kamaran Eshraghian. ISBN: 978-81-265-0915-7.PHI. Douglas. 2006.ISBN: 0-321-26977-2 3.Wiley India Edition.“Introduction to VLSI Circuits & Systems”. Read-Only Memory: Programmable ROMs.Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering UNIT-5 Array Sub system SRAM: Memory cell Read/Write operation. Ayan Banerjee.3 rd Edition. David Harris.Pucknell.E. Weste. “Basic VLSI Design”. 2007. Yousf Leblebici. Neil H. Tata McGrawHill.3 rd Edition 2010. DRAM: Subarray Architectures. Uyemura. Large SRAMs. Embedded DRAM.“CMOS VLSI Design”.“CMOS Digital Integrated Circuits”. Bit-line conditioning and column circuitry and Column Circuitry. .Pearson Education. 3rd Edition.

slot lines and Coplanar lines 10 Hrs UNIT-2 Microwave network theory: Introduction. reflection and transmission coefficients. Frequency bands. Avalanche transit time devices. Schottky diode. Smith chart. S – parameters of a Two – port network with mismatched load. Characteristic and input Impedances. Micro strip lines. bends. Transmission line equations. matched terminations. Coaxial line to waveguide adapters.Coaxial cables. Y. Comparison b/n [S]. 6 Hrs UNIT-4 Active Devices: Introduction. Concept of Impedance in Microwave transmission. standing waves and SWR.Characteristics of TEM. MICROWAVE TRANSMISSION LINES (Qualitative analysis Only): Co axial line. Strip lines.circulators and isolators. Mismatch losses in transmission lines. Wave guide sections. Transfer electron devices – GUNN diodes. Twists.Bethe-hole coupler. BARITT . Application of Microwaves. [Z].IMPATT Diodes. Attenuators. Losses associated with microwave transmission. Application of smith chart. Concept of Mode . Magic tees.Properties of S parameters. Bangalore – 19 Autonomous College under VTU COURSE CODE CREIDTS 16EC5DCMWE 3 COURSE TITLE L-T-P-S MICROWAVE ENGINEER 3-0-0-0 UNIT-1 INTRODUCTION:History of Microwaves. for reciprocal Networks. Relations of Z. TRAPATT Diodes. ABCD parameters with S-Parameters. Properties. Phase shifters. Waveguide Tees. Wave guide corners. and [Y] matrices. TE and TM Modes. Applications of Microwaves. Microwave Frequency bands. Symmetrical Z and Y parameters. Multi-hole directional coupler(Qualitative analysis Only). directional couplers. TRANSMISSION LINE THEORY: Introduction. Planar transmission lines. S matrix representation of mult-port networks. connectors and adapters. PIN diode. 6 Hrs UNIT-3 Passive Devices: Introduction.Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering BMS College of Engineering.

Monolithic Microwave IC fabrication.Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering Diodes. Microwave tubes: Klystron. 2e. Reference Books: 1. Rizzi P. Microwave Imaging Text Books: 1. Microwave Engineering. Microwave Devices and circuits. Special topics. Passive Circuits Hall of India 4. RFMEMS for microwave components. John Wiley. Microwave Engineering – Annapurna Das.Kulkarni. Electromagnetic interference / Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMI / EMC). TWT. 2.A... 2001. Microwave Engineering – David M Pozar. Sisir K Das TMH Publication. Medical and Civil applications of microwaves. M. 2004.. "Microwave devices and Radar Engg. Chatterji R. Parametric amplifiers (Qualitative analysis Only). Magnetron 8 Hrs UNIT-5 Modern Trends in Microwaves Engineering: Effect of Microwaves on human body. 3. East West Press 6Hrs .Liao / Pearson Education.”Umesh Publications 5. "Microwave Engineering.

second order systems. Control Engineering An introduction with the use of MATLAB Derek P. concept of Nyquist plot. state space modeling (include DC motor control and PID controller) 12L+4T Hrs UNIT-2 TIME RESPONSE ANALYSIS OF CONTROL SYSTEMS: Step response of first order. Classifications of Control Systems Mathematical Modeling of Linear Systems: Transfer functions determination of Mechanical and electrical systems (analogous systems) using various approaches: block diagram.URSE CODE EIDTS Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering BMS College of Engineering. Control Engineering by Nagrath & Gopal. . 8L+2T Hrs UNIT-5 FREQUENCY RESPONSE ANALYSIS: Bode plots. 5L+2T Hrs UNIT-4 ROOT LOCUS TECHNIQUE: Introduction to root locus concepts. applications of RH criterion with limitations. steady state error and error constants 6L+3T Hrs UNIT-3 STABILITY ANALYSIS: Concept of stability. Analysis of stability by root locus plot. effect of adding poles and zeros. Polar plots. lead and lag compensation based on root locus technique. Control Engineering by Norman S. Frequency domain specifications 5L+1T Hrs Text Books: 2. response specification. Relative stability. Bangalore – 19 Autonomous College under VTU 16EC5DCCSM 4 COURSE TITLE L-T-P-S CONTROL SYSTEMS 3-1-0-0 UINT-1 INTRODUCTION: Examples of Control Systems. New Age International Publishers 3.Atheron 4. open loop v/s Closed loop Systems. John Wiley & Sons. Construction rules. Signal Flow Graph. Nice Sixth edition. RH criterion. Inc.

C Kuo.B.Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering Reference Books: 1. Prentice Hall 2. Automatic Control Systems . Modern control Engineering .Ogata. John Wiley and Sons .

BW and Power and their Comparison .Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering BMS College of Engineering.Duo binary encoding. Signal-to-Noise Ratio calculations. generation and detection of PCM. 8Hrs UNIT-2 Optimum Receiver for AWGN channel. Jamming margin. TDM-PCM. QPSK and DPSK. ISI in band limited channels. Direct sequence SS system. Signal space constellation. Line codes. Delta modulation. Matched filter and Correlation type receivers. Bangalore – 19 Autonomous College under VTU COURSE 16EC6DCCT2 COURSE COMMUNICATION THEORY 2 CODE CREIDTS 6 TITLE L-T-P-S 3-0-1-2 UNIT-1 Introduction to DCS.FH-FSK transmitter and Receiver.the Nyquist criterion.Raised cosine filters . Fast and slow hop. Adaptive delta modulation. need for Robust quantization-companding. Application of DS SS and FHSS for multiuser environment – CDMA. Zero-ISI condition.DS/BPSK Transmitter & Receiver. Multipath fading. Performance analysis of all the schemes in terms of probability of bit error. Solution for zero ISI . Pulse code modulation. Computation of probability of bit error for BPSK. Processing gain. differential PCM. Frequency hop SS system. BFSK. T1 and E1 digital Hierarchy.Introduction to OFDM 9Hrs UNIT-3 Need for Spread Spectrum Modulation. BPSK and BFSK.Generation and detection of ASK. Digital Modulations. PN sequence and its properties. Introduction to diversity technique 7Hrs UNIT-4 .

Encoding using shift registers. algebraic structure. 6Hrs .Bernard Sklar: Pearson education 2007 Reference: 1. Ranjan Bose. P. TMH. Satyanarayana. ITC and Cryptography.S. DYNARAM 2005 Ebooks: Digital communications ny John Barry and Lee. 2007 2. Huffman’s coding algorithm. Digital communications . Shannon Fano Encoding Algorithm. trellis and state representation Textbook: 1. Tree. Springer NPTEL lecture series : Prof Bikas Kumar Dey. Concepts of Information theory and coding. Syndrome calculation Convolutional Encoding: Convolutional Encoder Representation in time and transform domain. II edition. Error Detecting and Correcting capability. 6Hrs UNIT-5 Channel coding: Linear Block codes.Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering Measurement of Information. Entropy and information rate. Binary Cyclic Codes. communication channels. Source encoding: Properties of codes. Shannon’s Channel Capacity theorem and its trade off. IITBombay. Digtal Communications By Simon Haykins –John Wiley 2003 2.

Integrating ADCs. Text books: 7 Hrs . Charge Scaling DACs. Differential Amplifiers. ADC Architectures: Flash ADC. Two-Step Flash ADC. Oversampling ADC. Mathematical Model of VCO. current mirrors 8Hrs UNIT-2 Operational Amplifiers: General considerations. Non-ideal effects in PLL. Two-Stage Op amps. Cyclic DAC. Comparison. Successive Approximation ADC. Converting Analog Signals to Digital Signals. Charge pump PLL. Input Range Limitations 7Hrs UNIT-3 Oscillators and Phase Locked Loops: VCO. Delay locked loops and applications. 7 Hrs UNIT-4 Data Converter Fundamentals Analog Versus Discrete Time Signals. Current Steering. Digital-to-Analog Converter Specifications. Gain Boosting. Resistor String.Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering BMS College of Engineering. Sampleand-Hold Characteristics. Pipeline ADC. One-Stage Op amps. Simple PLL. Analog-to-Digital Converter Specifications. R-2R Ladder Networks. Pipeline DAC. Bangalore – 19 Autonomous College under VTU COURSE CODE CREIDTS 16EC6DCMSD 6 COURSE TITLE L-T-P-S MIXED SIGNAL DESIGN 3-0-1-2 UNIT-1 Review of MOS Single-stage Amplifiers. Mixed-Signal Layout Issues 7 Hrs UNIT-5 DAC Architectures: Digital Input Code.

2002. Mc GrawHill Edition. Harry W.Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering 1. Jacob Baker. Behzad Razavi. Behzad Razavi: “Fundamentals of Microelectronics”. ISBN: 978-0-471-47846-1 . 2002. 2008. Li and David E. Wiley. 1st edition. “Design of Analog CMOS Integrated Circuits”. Layout and Simulation”. ISBN: 81-203-1682-7 Reference Books: 1. Boyce.ISBN: 0-07-238032-2 2. R. “CMOS Circuit Design. IEEE Press.

Network Models.ac. Telephone Networks and Cable networks for data transmission 6Hrs Unit-3 Error detection and Correction. Virtual Lans. Data link control 10Hrs Unit-4 Multiple Access.Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering BMS College of Engineering. Multiplexing and Spreading 6Hrs Unit-2 Transmission Media. a systems approach. Larry L. analog Transmission. Requirements. Switching. Mc Graw Hill Education. Bangalore – 19 Autonomous College under VTU COURSE 16EC6DCCCN COURSE COMPUTER COMMUNICATION CODE CREIDTS 3 TITLE L-T-P-S Unit-1 NETWORK 3-0-0-0 Introduction to Building a Network. Wireless LAN 8Hrs Unit-5 Connecting LANs. Farouzan.com/Course/2278/Data-Communication 6Hrs . http://freevideolectures. http://nptel. Data and signals. Virtual Circuit Networks (ATM and Frame Relay) Text Books: 1. Computer Networks.Morgan Kauffman Publication. Davie.Tanenbaum 3. Back bone Networks. 4. Digital transmission. 2011. Wired LANs. Computer Networks. Applications.php?subjectId=106105081 5. Data Communication and Networking. Andrew S. 2.in/video. Peterson and Bruce S.

Directions of maxima. effective height. Babinet’s Principle and complementary antennas. small loop. broad side. near and far field regions. 8L+2T Hrs UNIT-3 Loop. Patch and Horn Antenna: Introduction. fields of a short dipole. radiation resistance of dipole. directivity. patch antennas. non-isotropic sources. antenna temperature and antenna field zones. bandwidth. principle of pattern multiplication. radio communication Link. Half wave dipole antenna. end fire arrays. radiation pattern. rectangular horn antenna 7L+2T Hrs UNIT-4 . Slot. reciprocity. linear arrays of n elements of equal amplitude & spacing. beam area. . far field patterns of circular Loop. directivity. basic antenna parameters : radiation patterns. Field patterns. short electric dipole. Examples of power patterns. beam width and null directions. Point source. Linear broadside arrays with non-uniform amplitude distributions-general condition. far fields of small loop. radiation Intensity. Phased arrays. Phase patterns. slot antenna. directivity and gain. folded dipole antennas 7L+3T Hrs UNIT-2 Point Sources & their arrays: Arrays. Bangalore – 19 Autonomous College under VTU COURSE CODE CREIDTS 16EC6DCAWP 4 COURSE TITLE L-T-P-S ANTENNA AND WAVE PR 3-1-0-0 UNIT-1 Antenna Basics: Physical concept of radiation. Array of isotropic point sourcesdifferent cases.Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering BMS College of Engineering. array factor. horn antennas. radiation efficiency. beam efficiency. antenna apertures. Power theorem and its application. radiation resistance.

Introduction to MIMO 7L+2T Hrs UNIT-5 Wave Propagation: Radio Wave Propagation: Introduction. ground wave propagation. Base station antennas. Ground reflection. electrical properties of the ionosphere. diffraction Troposphere wave propagation Tropospheric scatter. Second Edition 3. parabolic reflectors. Constantine A Balanis“ANTENNA THEORY” John Wiley & Sons. 7L+3T Hrs Text Books: 1. Tata McGraw Hiill India. Antennas for mobile communications systems: Mobile Terminal antennas. effects of Earth’s magnetic field. YagiUda array. 2006. 2. surface wave. Antenna design considerations for satellite communication. John D Kraus R J Marhefka and Ahmed S Khan “ANTENNAS For all applications”. 2004. free space propagation. Third Edition. Wiley-India. ionosphere propagation.2nd Edition . Simon R Saunders and Alejandro Aragon-Zavala Antennas and Propagation for Wireless Communication systems.Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering Antenna types: Helical antenna. Log periodic antenna.

Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering Department Elective Course Syllabus ( Draft Copy) .

Histogram processing – Histogram equalization. Basic morphological operations: Boundary extraction. opening and closing. Contrast stretching. Order statistics filter. extraction of . Estimating the degradation function. Inverse filter. Gray level slicing. Wiener filter. Arithmetic and Logical operations on images. Fundamental steps in DIP. 5L+2T Hrs UNIT-2 Image Enhancement in Spatial Domain: Background. Region filling. Basic relationship between pixels. Conversion of color models from one form to other form. Constrained Least squares filter. Noise models. Pseudo Inverse filter. Sharpening filters. Fundamentals of color image processing. Bangalore – 19 Autonomous College under VTU DEPARTMENTAL ELECTIVE 1 COURSE CODE CREIDTS SEMESTER 5 16EC5DE1IP 3 COURSE TITLE L-T-P-S IMAGE PROCESSING 2-1-0-0 UNIT-1 Introduction to Image Processing: Introduction.Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering BMS College of Engineering. Point processing – Image negatives. Log transformations. Local enhancement. Components of DIP system. Dilation and erosion. Color models. A simple image formation model. Frequency domain filters: smoothing and sharpening filters 5L+2T Hrs UNIT-3 Image Restoration: Image degradation/restoration model. Power law transformations. Bit plane slicing. 5L+2T Hrs UNIT-4 Morphological Image Processing: Preliminaries. inverse filtering. Image sampling and quantization. Spatial filters: Smoothing filters.

2009. thickening. Pearson education. Gonzalez & Richard E. pruning 6L+2T Hrs UNIT-5 Image Transforms: Two-dimensional orthogonal unitary transforms. convex hull. TMH.Jayaraman.Esakkirajan. . skeleton. Hadamard Transform and wavelet transforms with application examples. Woods. T. S. Reference Book: 2. Third Edition.Veerakumar. Discrete Cosine Transform. thinning.Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering connected components. 5L+2T Hrs Text Book: 1. Haar Transform . 2009. Digital Image Processing by Rafael C. Digital Image Processing by S. Properties of Unitary Transforms.

Operands. Technology Scaling. Setup and hold time equalities and inequalities. and Cost of Integrated circuits. Comments. General Guidelines. RTL Design Challenges 6L+2T Hrs UNIT -3 Introduction to Timing concepts: Setup and hold times. Sensitivity List. Clock Domain Crossing. Nets. flow Control. mapping and optimization. looping. Translation. Synthesizable Verilog Constructs. Lexical Conventions. logical synthesis of basic combinational and sequential circuits. FSM. Libraries and Technology Mapping: Introduction to synthesis. Frequency. Arrays. Power density. Expressions. arrays in Verilog. Design metrics. Strings. Blocking and Non-Blocking Assignment. Digital Combinational & Sequential circuits. Modules. parameterized designs. Bangalore – 19 Autonomous College under VTU DEPARTMENTAL ELECTIVE 1 COURSE CODE CREIDTS SEMESTER 5 16EC5DE1AL 3 COURSE TITLE L-T-P-S ADVANCED DIGITAL LO 2-1-0-0 UNIT-1 Logic Design Using Verilog: Moore’s law. Synthesis Methodologies. Power dissipation. Pre and post synthesis mismatch. Values. Verilog coding guide lines: Combinational.Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering BMS College of Engineering. Static timing delay calculation for basic flip flop & sequential circuits. Overview of Libraries. Operators. Task. Delays. Verilog Events. 4L+2T Hrs UNIT-4 Synthesis. basic test bench generation and Simulation. Function. Procedural blocks. timing paths. Data Types. Challenges in digital design. Sequential. Levels of Abstraction. design . memories. Die size growth. Verilog modeling of combinational and sequential logic 6L+4T Hrs UNIT-2 Principles of RTL Design: Verilog Coding Concepts.

Anand Kumar. Verilog HDL: A Guide to Digital Design and Synthesis by Samir Palnitkar. 2011 .Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering constraints. Bhasker 4. 2nd Edition 3. Fundamentals of Digital Circuits by A. Verilog HDL Synthesis A Practical Primer by J. 2nd Edition 5. Principles of VLSI RTL Design: A Practical Guide by Sanjay Churiwala . Digital Design by Morris Mano M. Sapan Garg. importance of wire load models 4L+2T Hrs UNIT-5 Design and simulation of Finite state Machines: FSM Design – overlapping and nonoverlapping Mealy and Moore state machine design 4L+2T Hrs Reference Books: 1. 4th Edition 2.

Description of electromagnetic disturbances. 5Hrs UNIT-3 Techniques to Optimize power delivery network. . Bangalore – 19 Autonomous College under VTU DEPARTMENTAL ELECTIVE 1 COURSE CODE CREIDTS SEMESTER 5 16EC5DE1EI 3 COURSE TITLE L-T-P-S EMI AND EMC 2-0-1-0 UNIT-1 Importance of EMI and EMC. Differential mode and common mode noise in digital circuits. values & resonant frequencies. Differential mode and common mode noise in digital circuits . Current loops. shielding of equipment.Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering BMS College of Engineering.Decoupling capacitor – selection. . Reduction techniques: reducing internal EMI. Decoupling capacitor placements & routing.Electromagnetic field theory. Component placement and zoning for optimal EMI performance in 6Hrs UNIT-4 mixed signal circuits .Vias placement. shielding-coaxial cables. Unintentional antennas. Return paths. insertion loss EMI filter design. Near field vs far field. classification based on frequency. pre-compliance testing 5Hrs UNIT-2 Coupling mechanisms.-Demonstration – Dielectrics. EM coupling wiring layout and PCB design considerations. Introduction to grounding. transmission and character. Introduction to radiated and conducted emissions testing and limits. Cable radiation and interference. Choosing a PCB stackup. EMI filter circuits.

causes of EMI from high speed digital circuits. EMI Standards : Prasad Kadali . EMI Measurement: EMI measuring instruments. need for Shielding. EMC standards. Crosstalk and guarding.Ott 3. conducted and radiated noise.New Dimensions in Shielding.J. basic terms. EMI testing equipment.EMI in power electronics equipment: EMI from power semiconductor devices. SMPS design for low conducted emissions. Analysis using logic analyser. Electromagnetic Compatibility Design Guide”. Noise Reduction Techniques In Electronic System :. vias and manufacturing effects. IEEE transactions on Electromagnetic Compatibility. 5Hrs UNIT-5 Introduction to IEEE Standards used . White 4. reflections. H. 1968 March 5. Tecknit 2. 5Hrs Reference Books: 1.Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering Introduction to signal integrity and EMI. Cowdell. EMI Control Methodology And Procedures: Donald. Termination methods and routing topologies.. spectrum analyzers.W. Impedance mismatches. Robert B.

recursion. pre-processor directives. friend and virtual functions Classes and objects: Class definition and declaration.Benefits and applications beginning with C++: Definition. identifiers and constants. inline functions. directives. static data members and member functions. symbolic constants. rules for overloading. copy constructor. structure of C++ program. arrays of objects. manipulators. Program construction. operators. destructors. multiple constructors in a class. argument passing. Inheritance: . OOP Concepts. application. compiling and linking Tokens. dynamic constructors. Operator overloading: Overloading unary and binary operators. variables. overloading using friends. returning objects. member functions. 5L+2T Hrs UNIT-3 OOPS concepts: Constructors. control statements and loops. parameterized constructors. keywords.Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering BMS College of Engineering. 5L+2T Hrs UNIT-2 Functions in C++: Function prototype. Bangalore – 19 Autonomous College under VTU DEPARTMENTAL ELECTIVE 1 COURSE CODE CREIDTS SEMESTER 5 16EC5DE1OP 3 COURSE TITLE OBJECT ORIENTED PROG L-T-P-S USING C++ 2-1-0-0 UNIT-1 Migration to CPP syntax from C . expressions and control structures: Tokens. data types. header files and library files.

classes for file stream operations. pointers to derived classes. Pointers to objects. -E Balagurusamy (TMH Publications. 4th edn) 2. re-throwing an exception. Object oriented Programming in turbo C++. managing O/P with manipulators. 8L+4T Hrs UNIT-4 Exceptions and stream classes: Exception handling: Basics. I/O operations. member function templates and non type template arguments 4L+2T Hrs Text Books: 1. private and protected inheritance. overloading template functions. public. function templates. specifying exceptions. Managing console I/O operations: C++ streams. Robert Lafore (GALGOTIA Publications) Reference Book: 1.Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering Single and multiple inheritances. Programming With C++ Schaum’s series (TMH Publications) . detecting end of file. Let Us C++ Yashavanth P. throwing and catching mechanisms. Object oriented Programming with C++. this pointer. Kanetkar (BPB Publications) Programming With C++Schaum’s series (TMH Publications) 2. virtual functions. opening and closing a file. more about open():file modes 4L+2THrs UNIT-5 Templates & other aspects of OOP: Class templates. C++ stream classes.

instruction encoding. Y86 programs. Caches and storage devices. Loop unrolling. Enhancing parallelism. pipelined Y86 implementation. 5Hrs UNIT-2 Processor Architecture: Y86 instruction set architecture: instructions. Concurrency and parallelism. Operating system manages the hardware: processes. Importance of abstractions in a computer system. CISC & RISC instruction set. Reducing procedure calls. General principles of pipelining. Expressing Program Performance. virtual memory and file system.Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering BMS College of Engineering. threads. Bangalore – 19 Autonomous College under VTU DEPARTMENTAL ELECTIVE 1 COURSE CODE CREIDTS SEMESTER 5 16EC5DE1CA 3 COURSE TITLE L-T-P-S COMPUTER ARCHITECTU 3-0-0-0 UNIT-1 Fundamentals of Computer Systems: Hardware organization of a system. Eliminating loop inefficiencies and memory references. 8 Hrs UNIT-3 Optimizing Program Performance: Capabilities and limitations of optimizing compilers. Understanding modern processors. Sequential Y86 implementations. 8Hrs UNIT-4 . Y86 exceptions. program example.

https://www. Prentice Hall. Prentice Hall. Stallings W. Exceptional Control Flow: Exceptions. 8 Hrs Text Book: 1. Computer Architecture: From Microprocessors to Super Computers by Behrooz Parhami. Object Files.ucsb. 4th Edition. Processes. 3. The impact of Cache on Program Performance. Writing Cache Friendly Code. Loading Executable Object Files. 2.A Quantitative Approach by John L Hennessey & David A Patterson. 2007 .edu.Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering The Memory Hierarchy: Storage Technologies. Locality. System Call Error Handling. 7Hrs UNIT-5 Running Programs on a System: Compiler Drivers. University of Maryland. Elsevier. David R O’ Hallaron. 2nd edition. Computer Organization and Architecture. Process Control. 6th edition. 2. Virtual Memory and Virtual Machines. Memory Hierarchy. Cache Memories. 2003. Oxford University press 2010. Computer Systems: A Programmer’s Perspective by Randal E Bryant. Computer Architecture. by Manoj Frankline. Relocation. Reference Books: 1.ece. Computer Architecture and Organisation: From Software to Hardware. Static Linking.

Structs. interfaces. Polymorphism. Classes and objects. strings. arrays: queues. enumerated types. Class instantiation. 4L + 2T Hrs UNIT-2 System Verilog – 1: System Verilog constructs . test bench generation. Randomization:Constraint Driven 6L+2T Hrs UNIT-4 . dynamic and associative arrays. Inheritance. functional verification approaches. Stimulus vs Verification. DIGITAL LOGIC VE 2-1-0-0 UNIT-1 Verification Concepts: Concepts of verification. direct testing.Data types: two-state data. Randomization. module. Class Variables and Methods. modports. importance of verification. Randomization:Directed Vs Random Testing. and encapsulation.Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering BMS College of Engineering. Coverage: Code and Functional coverage. stimulus generation. coverage plan. clocking blocks. functional verification. typical verification flow. 6L+2T Hrs UNIT-3 System Verilog – 2 : SV Classes: Language evolution. Bangalore – 19 Autonomous College under VTU DEPARTMENTAL ELECTIVE 2 COURSE CODE CREIDTS 16EC6DE2AV 3 SEMESTER 6 COURSE TITLE L-T-P-S ADV. Program blocks.

asicworld.html . SystemVerilog for Verification 3. Verification Methodology Manual for SystemVerilog Tools: 1. Janick Bergeron. Cross Coverage.vlsi-expert. Alan Hunter. Chris Spear. Cover Point.in http://www. Concepts of Binning and event sampling. Immediate and concurrent assertions. Writing Testbenches Using SystemVerilog 2. NC Sim for System Verilog Reference Websites: www.testbench.com/2011/03/static-timing-analysis-sta-basic-timing. NC Verilog. and Andy Nightingale. 4L+ 2T Hrs UNIT-5 System Verilog – 4: Coverage driven verification: Motivation. Janick Bergeron. Layered Test Bench Architecture. Eduard Cerny.com www.Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering System Verilog – 3: Assertions: Introduction to Assertion based verification. Types of coverage. Cover Group. 4L+ 4T Hrs References: 1.

sphere. simple form of Radar equation. PRF and Range Ambiguities. Range and Doppler Measurement. Applications of CW radar. Block Diagram . Isolation between Transmitter and Receiver. Receiver Bandwidth Requirements. Maximum unambiguous range. Radar Waveforms. Receiver Noise and SNR. System Losses (qualitative analysis only) 7 Hrs UNIT-3 CW and Frequency Modulated Radar: Doppler Effect. Integration of Radar Pulses. Bangalore – 19 Autonomous College under VTU DEPARTMENTAL ELECTIVE 2 SEMESTER 6 COURSE 16EC6DE2RS COURSE TITLE RADAR SYSTEM CODE CREIDTS 3 L-T-P-S 3-0-0-0 UNIT-1 Introduction.Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering BMS College of Engineering. CW Radar – Block Diagram. Radar Cross Section of Targets (simple targets . IF Receiver. FM-CW Radar. conesphere). Minimum Detectable Signal. Transmitter Power. application and types of radars 6 Hrs UNIT-2 Prediction of Range Performance. Block diagram.

2013 http://www. (2/e). Principle. Range Gated Doppler Filters. Non-coherent MTI.ac. Tracking in Range. Acquisition and Scanning Patterns. Tata MG Graw Hill. Double Cancellation. Comparison of Trackers 8 Hrs Text Books: 1. Multiple Frequency CW Radar 7 Hrs UNIT-4 MTI and Pulse Doppler Radar: Introduction.in/syllabus/101108056/ .Power Amplifier Transmitter and Power Oscillator Transmitter. Blind Speeds. Sequential Lobing.nptel. MTI Radar with . Merrill I. Limitations to MTI Performance. 8 Hrs UNIT-5 Tracking Radar: Tracking with Radar. Monopulse Tracking Radar – Amplitude Comparison Monopulse (one.coordinates).Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering and Characteristics (Approaching/ Receding Targets). Conical Scan. Measurement Errors. MTI Radar Parameters. MTI versus Pulse Doppler Radar. Delay Line Cancellers – Filter Characteristics. Skolink. Staggered PRFs. Target Reflection Characteristics and Angular Accuracy.and two. Phase Comparison Monopulse. FM-CW altimeter. Introduction to Radar Systems.

Bangalore – 19 Autonomous College under VTU DEPARTMENTAL ELECTIVE 2 SEMESTER 6 COURSE 16EC6DE2OS COURSE TITLE OPERATING SYSTEMS CODE CREIDTS 3 L-T-P-S 2-1-0-0 UNIT-1 INTRODUCTION AND OVERVIEW OF OPERATING SYSTEMS: Abstract views of an Operating system. Structure of an operating system. distributed operating systems . Multi programming systems. 8L+4T hrs UNIT-2 . Batch processing system. Time sharing systems.S and the computer system. layered design of operating system. Virtual machine operating systems. Computing environment and nature of computations Classes of operating systems: O.S. Real time operating systems. Operation of an O.Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering BMS College of Engineering. Operating system with monolithic structure.modern operating system. Kernel based operating systems.

Contiguous memory allocation. Reuse of memory. Silberschatz and Galvin. Non-contiguous memory allocation. Real Time Scheduling. 5L+1T hrs UNIT-4 Interrupt handlers. user space I/O software 3L+1T hrs UNIT-5 Distributed operating system: features of distributed operating system. reliable inter process communication. D. nodes of distributed operating system. distributed computation paradigm. “Operating Systems . Non-preemptive Scheduling Policies. 2. Operating System – Internals and Design Systems. Segmentation. integrating operation nodes of a distributed operating system. Scheduling practice. threads. synchronization approaches. TMH. implementing processes. critical sections. John Wiley. M. Process synchronization. Device independent I/O software. Paging.A Concept based Approach”. 7th Edition. 3L+3T hrs Text Book: 1. control synchronization and invisible operations. Operating Systems Concepts. semaphores SCHEDULING: Preliminaries. 2.Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering Process management: processes and threads: processes and Program. Dhamdhare. Reference Books: 1. Device drivers. Willaim Stalling. Preemptive Scheduling Policies. 5L+3T hrs UNIT-3 MEMORY MANAGEMENT: Static and Dynamic memory allocation. “modern operating systems” . Memory allocation to a process. 2001. Herbert Boss 4th edition. race conditions. Pearson Education. 2006 . Andrew S Tanenbaum. 4th Ed.

Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering BMS College of Engineering. Introduction to ECUs.General Context. SYS. 3-0-0-0 UNIT-1 Automotive Architecture: Need for Electronics in Automotives. Intelligent Vehicle Technologies. Standardized Components. Bangalore – 19 Autonomous College under VTU DEPARTMENTAL ELECTIVE 2 SEMESTER 6 COURSE 16EC6DE2ES COURSE TITLE AUTOMOTIVE EMB.Road Transport and Its Evolution. Functional Domains. Models. Vehicle Functional Domains and their requirements. New Technologies. and Processes. Fully Autonomous Car 6 Hrs UNIT-2 . TECH. CODE CREIDTS 3 L-T-P-S DEVEL. Dependability Issues.

Industrial Information Technology Series. 9 Hrs Textbooks: 1. electronic fuel control system: configuration and control sequence. 6 Hrs UNIT-5 A Review of Embedded Automotive Protocols: Different Networks for Different Requirements. typical coolant sensor. Elsevier. CRC press. driving force for MBD. AUTOSAR in Practice: Demonstration of AUTOSAR-Compliant ECUs. Main Objectives of AUTOSAR. LIN. electronic ignition. Virtual function bus. . antilock braking system (ABS). control systems: P.PI. Nicolas Navet. engine crankshaft angular position sensor. block diagram representation of a system. instruments. concept of electronic engine control system. throttle angle sensor. exhaust gas oxygen sensor. basic measurement system. MBD technology 6 Hrs UNIT-3 Case studies of MBD (Block diagram approach only) Electronics engine Control: Motivation for electronic engine control. BSW and RTE. Middleware Layer: Rationale for a Middleware. engine speed sensor. PID controllers. 2. automatic cruise control. 9 Hrs UNIT-4 Sensors: Air flow rate sensor. magnetic reluctance position sensor. Event-Triggered versus Time-Triggered. CAN. signal processing. benefits of MBD. Understanding automotive electronics. electronic system performance. Layered Software Architecture. MOST. “Automotive Embedded Systems Handbook”. electronic suspension system. electronic steering control.Ribbens. contextual requirements of MBD. FlexRay. Model Based Design approach: Definition. hall-effect sensor.Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering The systems approach to control and instrumentation: Concept of a system. William B.

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Formula-based representation linked representation. spare matrices. 5L+ 1THrs UNIT 2 ARRAYS AND MATRICS: Arrays. Introduction.Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering Cluster Elective Course (Draft Copy) BMS College of Engineering. simulating pointers. 5L+ 1THrs UNIT 3 . Matrices. Indirect addressing. Special matrices. Bangalore – 19 Autonomous College under VTU CLUSTER ELECTIVE 1 COURSE CODE CREIDTS 16EC6GE1DA 3 SEMESTER 6 COURSE TITLE L-T-P-S DATA STRUCTURES AND 2-1-0-0 UNIT 1 INTRODUCTION: Data Representation. Linear lists.

Hash table representation. Derived classes and inheritance. McGraw Hill. and uncertainty 6 Hrs UNIT-2 . Binary tree traversal the ADT binary tree. reliability. resolution. Linear representation. Trees. Bangalore – 19 Autonomous College under VTU CLUSTER ELECTIVE 1 COURSE CODE 16EC6GE1S CREIDTS T 3 SEMESTER 6 COURSE TITLE SENSOR L-T-P-S TECHNOLOGY 3-0-0-0 UNIT-1 Sensor Characteristics: Transfer function. non linearity. Binary trees. Formula-based representation. and applications. Binary Search Trees. Vaidyanathan BMS College of Engineering. Applications. dynamic characteristics.2000. span. 2. Data structures. hysteresis. Derived classed and inheritance. output impedance. 5L+ 2THrs UNIT 5 HASHING and TREES: Dictionaries. Properties and representation of binary trees.Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering STACKS: The abstract data types. Algorithms. Applications. application characteristics. insertion into heaps. 5L+ 2THrs UNIT 4 QUEUES: The abstract data types. Linked representation. calibration. Formula based representation.Sartaj Sahni. Heaps – Min and Max. dead band. Algorithms. 5L+ 6THrs REFERENCE BOOK: 1. environmental factors. accuracy. Linked representation. Common binary tree operations. special properties. excitation. saturation. Data structures. and applications in C++ . AVL trees.

sound waves. temp and thermal props of mats. position sensors 8 Hrs UNIT-4 Sensors for embedded systems application_2: Displacement and level sensors. fields and potentials. applications by JACOB FRADEN. proximity sensors: Inductive and capacitive. capacitance. shaft encoders. detection methods. LED. pyro-electric effect. pressure sensors 8 Hrs UNIT-5 Digital transducers and applications : Adv of digit ran.Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering Physical principles of sensing: Electric charges. T2: Sensors Handbook by Sabrie Soloman. induction. digital tachometer. 3rd edition. 2nd edition. Hall effect sensors. microwave sensors. strain and tactile sensors. Springer. heat transfer. linear encoders. limit switches. binary transducers 6 hrs Text Books: T1: Handbook of modern sensors: Physics. resistance. magnetism. light. piezoelectric effect. force. velocity and acceleration sensors. designs. Moire Fringe displacement sensors. CRC Press. OCRs. dynamic models of sensor elements 8 Hrs UNIT-3 Sensors for embedded systems application_1: Photoelectric sensors. optical encoders. T3: Sensors and Actuators control systems Instrumentation by Clarence W de Silva. . laser sensors. hall effect. Peltier effect and seebeck effect. bar code identification systems. Mc Graw Hill.

Errors and Faults 4 Hrs UNIT-2 Fundamentals of VLSI testing: Fault models. How to Test chips. D-algorithm.Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering BMS College of Engineering. Digital and Analog VLSI Testing. Yield. Boolean difference. Automatic test pattern generation: Path sensitization technique. Automatic Test equipment (ATE). Electrical parametric testing. Role of testing. Fault collapsing.types of Testing. Fault equivalence. Defects. . Bangalore – 19 Autonomous College under VTU CLUSTER ELECTIVE 1 COURSE CODE CREIDTS SEMESTER 6 16EC6GE1VD 3 COURSE TITLE L-T-P-S VLSI TESTING AND D 3-0-0-0 UNIT-1 IntroductioN: Testing Philosophy.

BMS College of Engineering. Current source model. 8Hrs UNIT-4 Memory testing: Memory fault models.Lala. Scan design and scan based testing. “Principles of CMOS VLSI Design: A System Perspective”. Delay fault testing. Bangalore – 19 Autonomous College under VTU CLUSTER ELECTIVE 1 SEMESTER 6 COURSE 16EC6GE1P COURSE TITLE PHYSICAL DESIGN CODE CREIDTS D 3 L-T-P-S 3-0-0-0 UNIT-1 Libraries Standard cells.D. L. NLDM. Transistor sizing. Eshragian. 2005 2. ESD and its sources. Bushnell and V. BIST implementation. Kernighan-Lin Heuristic Ratio cut partition. . Springer.Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering PODEM algorithm. input-output pads. Digital Circuit Testing and Testability. Third Edition. Pearson Education (Asia) Pvt. M. CAD tool usage for ATPG 10Hrs UNIT-3 Design for testability: Controllability and observability. Timing models: Delay model. Essentials of Electronic Testing for Digital Memory and Mixed Signal VLSI Circuits. BIST pattern generation methods. Academic press 3. Iddq testing. output response analysis 8Hrs Reference Books: 1. Example problems. Agrawal. Polynomial Delay model. Library characterization. Parag. Ltd.K. Level sensitive scan Design (LSSD). Detection of pattern sensitive faults Example problems 6Hrs UNIT-5 Built in self-test (BIST): BIST process. Neil Weste and K. Test algorithms for RAMs. 2006. Test interface and boundary scan. 8 Hrs UNIT-2 Partitioning and Floor planning Approximation of Hyper Graphs with Graphs.

Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering Fiduccia & Mattheyses.  Sarafzadeh. The Benjamin Cummins Publishers. Wong. clock tree synthesis.  Preas M.Prentice Hall PTR. 2007 Springer Science+Business. SI analysis. 1998. Global routing. Macro placement. “An Introduction to VLSI Physical Design”. Circuit Description Design Constraints. Extraction. Nekoogar.“Physical Design Essentials-An ASIC Design Implementation Perspective”. power analysis 8 Hrs UNIT-4 Routing (clock. Design planning. “ Physical Design and Automation of VLSI systems”. Technology File. Physical Verification. 1999.  . Clock planning. Timing verification (STA). Pad placement. 8 Hrs UNIT-3 Placement Global Placement. power planning. power/ground. Power Analysis 8 Hrs Text Book: Khosrow Golshan. Reference books:  F. McGraw Hill International Edition 1995. C. Detailed routing. Lorenzatti. Timing Verification of Application-Specific Integrated Circuits (ASICs). signal nets): Special routing. 7 Hrs UNIT-5 Verification Functional Verification.K. Media. detail placement.

Uniform. 8 Hrs UNIT-2 Random variables. Baye’s theorem. 7Hrs UNIT-3 . Probability definition and Axioms. Poisson. Bernoulli Trials. Binomial.Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering BMS College of Engineering. Bangalore – 19 Autonomous College under VTU CLUSTER ELECTIVE 1 COURSE 16EC6GE1P CODE CREIDTS R 3 SEMESTER 6 COURSE TITLE L-T-P-S UNIT-1 PROBABILITY AND RANDOM PROCESS 3-0-0-0 Introduction to Probability theory: Experiments and Sample space.Independent events. Exponential and Rayleigh types of random variable. Joint and conditional probabilities. Gaussian random variable. Distribution functions. Density functions: CDF. Probability Mass Function. Events. PDF.

2015. Correlation and Covariance functions. S. http://nptel. Random variables and random signal principles". 5L+2THrs UNIT-2 Cortex M3 Registers. 2003 3. Stationarity and ergodicity. Mean. Exceptions & Interrupts. EV of functions of random variables. TMH. Moments. Peebles.Haykins. Conditional expected values 7Hrs UNIT-4 Random processes. Wiley. An Introduction to Analog and Digial Communications. Operation Modes. Thumb2 Technology & Instruction Set Architecture. RISC design and ARM Design Approach. Peyton Z. 4th edition. Introduction to Cortex M3 Processor & its applications. "Probability. Bangalore – 19 Autonomous College under VTU CLUSTER ELECTIVE 1 SEMESTER 6 COURSE CODE 16EC6GE1AM COURSE TITLE ADVANCED MICROCON CREIDTS 3 L-T-P-S APPLICATIONS 2-1-0-0 UNIT-1 Migration from 8051 to 32bit cores. relation with autocorrelation. 2.ac. UNIT-3 6L+3THrs . cross PSD and cross correlation 7 Hrs Text Books: 1. Registers. Strict sense and wide sense stationary processes. 7 Hrs UNIT-5 Spectral properties of random processes – power spectral density and its properties. Pipeline. Central moments. Advantages of ARM. Exceptions & Nested Vector Interrupt Controller. Memory Systems.Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering Operation on a single random variable: Expectation. ARM Organization. EV of random variables.in/courses/117105085/ BMS College of Engineering.

Working With I2C. Dominic Symes. 4L+2THrs TEXT BOOKS: 1. Exception Programming. IoT. ARM Cortex for DSP applications. Jagger (Ed) ARM architectural reference manual. WSN.Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering Cortex M3 Programming: A typical development flow. 5L+3THrs UNIT-4 Introduction to Firmware. Boot-loader and Embedded Operating Systems. CMSIS. ARM System Developer’s Guide By Andrew N Sloss. 2nd edition 2. 2. Prentice Hall . 4L+2THrs UNIT-5 Applications of ARM Cortex M3: Robotics & Motion Control. MPU & MMU. Using C. ARM System-On-Chip Architecture By Steve Furber. SPI. 2nd Edition by Joseph Yiu. Addison Wesley. Chris Wright REFERENCE TEXT BOOKS: 1. Using Assembly. The Definitive Guide to ARM Cortex M3. Pearson Education. CAN & USB protocols.