B.E. (Electronics) Part-I and II Pg No.


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(Implemented from June, 2005) Revised Syllabus w.e.f. July, 2005

B.E.(Electronics Engineering) Part - I
Sr. Subject No. 01 02 03 04 05 06 Embedded Systems Digital Communication Digital Signal Processing Power Electronics Elective- I* Project-I Total:Teaching Scheme L 4 3 4 4 3 -18 T -------P 2 2 2 2 -4 12 Examination Scheme P 100 100 100 100 100 --500 TW 25 25 25 25 25 25 150 POE 50 --50 --100 OE -----50 50

B.E. (Electronics Engineering) Part - II
Sr. Subject No. 01 02 03 04 05 Audio & Video Engg. Microwave Engineering Computer Network Elective-II* Project-II Total:List of Electives – Elective-I 1. Advanced Control Engineering 2. Bio-medical Instrumentation 3. Remote Sensing & GIS 4. Real Time Systems 5. Fuzzy Logic Teaching Scheme L 4 4 4 4 -16 T ------P 2 2 2 -8 14 Examination Scheme P 100 100 100 100 -400 TW 25 25 25 25 50 150 POE 50 ----50 OE --50 -150 200

Elective-II 1. Neural Networks 2. Image Processing 3. Mechatronics 4. Information Technology 5. Broadband Communication 6. System On Chip

* Note 1) Term work of the elective subjects should be carried out on “virtual labs” using lab view software and implementation of the same can be checked on “Elvis” hardware interface.

2) The tutorials of Elective-I and Elective-II be conducted during regular lecture hours only.
A)Term work Assessment Scheme :The term-work of each subject shall be assessed on the basis of tutorials and the classtests as under. (For Tutorials) a) Tutorial (minimum 8) 15 Marks. b) Class tests (minimum 2) 10 Marks.

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15 Marks. 10 Marks.

B) Nature of Question paper for B.E.(Electronics) Part – I & II (Applicable to all subjects) 1. 2. 3. 4. There shall be a total of 6 questions in each paper all being compulsory with internal options. The first question in each section shall carry 20 marks covering all topics in that section and the remaining two questions will carry 15 marks in each section. Duration of each paper shall be 3 hours carrying maximum 100 marks. The question paper shall consist of minimum 40% numerical problems.

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B.E. (Electronics) Part-I and II Pg No.


SHIVAJI UNIVERSITY, KOLHAPUR (Implemented from June, 2005) B.E.(Electronics) –Part - I (Revised)

1 Embedded Systems
Paper - 100 marks Term work - 25 marks POE - 50 marks --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Section I 1. Introduction to Micro-control1ers (1 hr.) a. Difference between micro-processors and micro-controllers 2. 8 bit Micro-control1er: MCS51 family (8 hrs.) a. 8051 Architecture b. Memory organization and Special Function Registers (SFRs) c. Integrated peripherals such as Timers/Counters, Serial port, parallel 1/0 ports, Interrupt Structure. d. Instruction set and Assembly Language Programming. e. Interfacing by port pins and Interfacing by memory mapping. f. Study of examples of MCS51 family micro-controllers i) AT89C52 (special feature = 8KB flash EPROM) ii) 89C668 (special features = 64KB flash ISP EPROM, 8KB SRAM, PCA, 12C interface) iii) P89C51RD2 (special features = 64KB flash ISP EPROM, 12C interface, SPI interface) 3. Microcontrol1er RISC family (11hrs.) a. Difference between RISC and CISC Architectures. b. ARM Controller i) Architecture. ii) Memory organization iii) Pipeline and cache concepts iv) ARM (32 bit) and THUMB (16 bit) operating modes. v) Introduction to "Instruction set and Assembly Language Programming vi) ARM instruction set and THUMB instruction set vii) Switching between ARM and THUMB instructions c. PIC Controller i) Architecture. ii) Memory organization iii) Interrupts iv) Inbuilt controller features (ADC, PWM, timer, etc) v) Assembly instruction set and Introduction to C Programming. d. Study of examples of ARM and RISC family Micro-controllers i. Philips: LPC2104/05/06 ii. Atmel: AT91M42800A iii. Microchip: PIC 16F877 Lecture - 4 hrs / week Practical - 2 hrs / week

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Thus total 5 experiments should be doe on C programming for 8051. Using Timer Couter for frequency measurement. Kolhapur . Debugger 5. SPI c. Hardware development tools i) Programmer (EPROM programmer. Any four of experiments 5-10 can be done. Simple assembly language program: Running LEDs 3. Development tools for Embedded Systems (5hrs) a. Linker ii) Simulator iii)Compiler b. 2. uc programmer. Experiment 11 & 12 are mandatory – these will introduce the students to Assembly Language and C programming for ARM microcontroller. Optimizing techniques c. C programming for MCS51 f. C Programming for Micro controller b. 1.E. Design patterns for embedded C programming e.B. Hardware + Software combination tools i. by measuring the time period between two consecutive pulses (Assembly Language Program). Embedded C Programming (7 hrs) a. UART (serial port) b.g. Controller Area Network (CAN) List of experiments: First 2 experiments (assembly language programs) are mandatory. Real Time Operating System (RTOS) a. Thus total 3 experiments should be done on Assembly language programming for 8051. 4. Universal Serial Bus (USB) I e. C programming for ARM 6. Ethernet network d. (Electronics) Part-I and II Pg No. Any one experiment from 3 or 4 can be done. Buses like 12C. Software development tools i) Assembler. by counting the number of pulses in fixed amount of time (e. 4 Shivaji University. Communication / Networking standards for embedded systems (8 hrs) a. 1 second)(Assembly Language Programm). In Circuit Emulator ii. Introduction to "Embedded software development using RTOS 7. Universal programmer) ii) Logic Analyser iii) General purpose Evaluation Boards / Single Board Corn c. Interrupt sub-routines in C d. Using Timer/Counter for frequency measurement. Simple assembly language program: Realization of Boolean expression using port. Introduction to RTOS concept (5 hrs) b. Section II 4.

ARM processor data book. Reference Books:1. 8051 Microcontroller By Mazidi M. Kolhapur . 12. This should include at least one example of “memory mapped interfacing” (e. Design and/or study of large system based on 8051 family micro-controller. (e.g. 7. Write serial communication program in C. Philips Microcontroller Data Book. EN signal of LCD 9. This program should be written in C. Design and/or study of minimum system based on 8051 family micro-controller. 8051 Microcontroller by Kenneth Ayala. AD0-AD7 e. Send a ASCII message to serial port (verify receipt of this message on a computer) 5 Then onwards. /WR c.g. Program to read ADC and display reading on LCD should be written in C. Implementing a bus interface such as 12C or SPI. LPC2104) and writing an Assembly Language Program for running LEDs. 5. and writing C program to display a message on LCD. (Electronics) Part-I and II Pg No. Atmel Microcontroller data book (AT89). echo any character received (send characters from computer and verify receipt of echo). /CS signal(s) of ADC g. 8. Write C program to implement 12C or SPI bus. 4. A8-A15 f. Thus this C program should include an interrupt service subroutine. 6.A. a. /RD d. 11. This should include at leaset one port pin based interfacing example (e.A. LCD or 7 segment LED display). c. 2. Study of large system based on ARM family micro-controller. Using on-chip ADC and DAC of an 8051 family micro-controller. demonstrate working of the program with one example. 8051 Microcontroller Data Book. 6. ALE b. 8. reading/writing a 12C or SPI compatible device such as EEPROM). Program to display a message on LCD or LED should be written in C. This program should: b. Shivaji University. 8051 Microcontroller & Embedded systems By Madizi M.B. 5. Interrupt should be used to incicate “ADC conversion complete”. ADC LCD).E.g.g. Study of minimum system based on ARM family micro-controller (e. In the context of experiment #7 above. 7. 10. 3. study the behavior of following signals on Logic Analyzer. ARM Architecture Reference Manual Edited By David Seal.

DIGITAL COMMUNICATION Lecture . Convolution codes. Noise : (4 hrs) Noise equivalent Bandwidth.(Electronics) –Part.2 hrs / week Paper . Kolhapur . systematic and non systematic. 8. Minmax criterion. 3. 7. Source Coding :(6 hrs) Uniform. Study of DM. 2. DM. List of Experiments (all compulsory) 1. Rate of information. Carrier Modulations and Detection: (5 hrs) ASK. QAM. 3. MSK. 6. FSK. Shannon’s Theorem. ADM.100 marks Term work . Practical consideration in the application of the code. Bay’s Criterion. Interfernece and noise comparison with linear modulation & FM generation and detection. 2. Study of ASK. thermal white etc. bandwidth. CVSD. Joint entropy and conditional entropy. B. Turbo coding. QPSK. 5. FSK. Synchronization:(4 hrs) Symbol synchronization circuits.25 marks 6 Section – I 1. non-uniform quantization. Optimum Detection:(4 hrs. 7. DPSK. PSK. Study of DPCM. (Electronics) Part-I and II Pg No.E. ADM. Measurement of Quantization noise in PCM. receiver operating characteristics. Study of BPSK. ADPCM.3 hrs / week Practical . Eye Diagram. Minimum error criterion. Study of FSK modem for 8 channels PCM. S/N trade off. CVSD. Random signals and processes related to noise. DPSK. Shannon – Harley theory. Entropy. 4. Ncyman-Pearson criterion. detection Schemes. carrier recovery circuits. average and mutual information. redundancy. frame synchronization. 6. Study of TDM and FDM. BPSK. ADPCM. channel capacity. Information Theory:(8 hrs) Introduction to information theory. DPCM.I (Revised) 2. 5. Channel Encoding: 6 hrs) Block codes. PCM. cyclic codes. Section – II 4.B.E. DEPSK. Criteria for code selection. Shivaji University. entropy coding. Design and realization of Hamming codes using digital ICS. Decision theory. ISI and its minimization. performance of the above coding schemes based on S/N.) Matched filter.

2. (Electronics) Part-I and II Pg No. 3. Sam Shanmugan Wiley International Publication – PHI. Roden. Digital & Analog Communication systems – K. Digital Communication by Proakis. 7 Shivaji University. 6.E. Communication System Analog & Digital by Singh & Sapre.S. Digital Communication by Simon Hykin. References:1. Digital Communication System Design – M. 5. 4.B. Kolhapur . Principles of communication system by Taub & Schling.

100 marks Term work . IIR Filter Design. Convolution and Co-relation of DT signals. Inverse Z – Transformers. discrete time wavelet. properties of FIR filter. 2. Bilinear transformation frequency band transformation. analysis of DTLTI system. Properties of DFT. filter design using Kaiser window.4 hrs / week Practical . application of wavelet to denoising.) Characteristics of FIR filter.I (Revised) 3. Effect of finite word length on stability and frequency response. Chebysher.2 hrs / week Paper . Introduction to Wavelet Transform (5 hrs. Kolhapur . – stability considerations and frequency response.E.) Filter categories.E. (7 hrs. 2. B. 6. 5. 3. DT signals. Z – Transforms (6 hrs. Realization of Digital Linear System (2 hrs. properties of DSP system sampling theorem. Section – II 4. Minimum 8 experiments on above topic.25 marks 8 Section – I 1 Digital Signals and Systems (6 hrs.) DFT. analog filter approximation (Butterworth. Circular convolution.) Z – Transforms and it’s properties. windows and DFT.F. 1. FIR filter realization. FIR Filter Design (6 hrs.(Electronics) . Digital T. fast convolution signal segmentation (overlap save & overlap-add algorithm) correlation – circular correlation.) Continuous time wavelet inverse continuous wavelet.Part. Bilinear Z – Transform. The Discrete Fourier Transform and FET (12 hrs. List of Experiments. DFT property of circular correlation. (Electronics) Part-I and II Pg No. DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING Lecture .) Impulse invariant Tech. FFT algorithms (DIT FFT & DIF FFT) implementation aspects.B. inverse discrete time wavelet. IIR direct form structures cascode. parallel realization. digital N/W for FIR filter windowing method. 7.) DSP system concept. Using math lab/C Shivaji University. Relation between DFT and Z –Transform. Elliptic) quantization and rounding problems.

Discrete Time Signal Processing By A.E. Johnson 6. Kolhapur . Algorithms and Application By John G Prokis.V. Guanapriya (TMH) 4. Guide on Digital Signal Processing. A Vallavaraj. Schalfer (PHI) 3. Rao and Ajit S. Digital Signal Processing 3/ed. Wavelet Transforms – Introduction to theory and applications By Raghuveer M.Oppenheins and R. Scientist and Engg. 2. Digital Signal Processing By S.B. Reference Books: 1.C. Digital Signal Processing – Principles.W. 7. By A. By Smith 9 Shivaji University. Bhagat (Mahalaxmi publication) 5. Wonderful Worlds of Wavelets By Margret Hubbard 8. Boperdikar – Pearson Education. Introduction to DSP By Johnny R. Salivahanam. C. (Electronics) Part-I and II Pg No.

Part. 3 phase to 3 phase Cycloconverters.I (Revised) 4. design of commutating components. rotor control. microprocessor/microcontroller based firing circuit for 1 phase. multiphase chopper. 1 phase half bridge. DC motor control. 4 quadrant operation of DCM. (Electronics) Part-I and II Pg No. classification of inverters. 2. Three phase full controlled bridge rectifier with R and RL load.) Performance characteristics of Induction motor. Jones and Margan chopper. 1 phase and 3 phase dual converter drive.2 hrs / week Paper . full bridge. Cycloconverters. starter voltage control. Power Electronics – P. RL and battery load. POWER ELECTRONICS Lecture . 4. Triggering Circuit for Phase Controlled Rectifiers (4 hrs) Pulse forming circuits. Choppers ( 7 hrs) Types of choppers. Power Electronics – Vedam Subramanyam. control techniques of chopper.4 hrs / week Practical . harmonic reduction techniques.C. four quadrant.) Basic characteriscits of DCM. Shivaji University. single quadrant. inverse cosine method. Poralda.) 1 phase to 1 phase. 7. SECTION-II 5. single SCR Chopper. operating modes. Calculation of performance parameters (for continuous current operation using fourier analysis).H. chopper circuit design. Kolhapur . (8 hrs. Three Phase Controlled Rectifier. Single Phase Controlled Rectifier:(3 hrs.25 marks POE . circulatory & noncirculatory current mode. Mc-Murray Bedford inverter. control of inverter output voltage. Sinha. 3. Power Electronics – M. series turn off chopper. 8. Mc-Murray 1 phase half bridge and full bridge inverter. AC motor control. B. two quadrant. (mathematical treatment) Reference Books:1. 3 phase bridge inverters – 120 & 180 degree conduction modes.) Overview of 1 phase rectifier. Three phase half controlled bridge rectifier with R & RL load. chopper drives. (6 hrs. combined controls. parallel capacitor turn off chooper.E. step up chopper. Sen. harmonic reduction techniques. (10 hrs) Three phase half wave controlled rectifier with resistive load. Inverters. Thyristrised Power Converters by Dubey.50 marks Section I 10 1.100 marks Term work . 1 phase fullwave controlled rectifier with R and Battery load.) Transistorised inverters. (6 hrs. 3 phase to 1 phase. 2. 4. parallel inverter.E. Rashid. single phase and 3 phase fullwave converter drives.B. 3 phase controlled rectifiers. 3. (4 hrs.(Electronics) . frequency control v/f control. SCR inverters-series inverter. 6.

3 hrs / week Paper . Basic Discrete – Time signals. Solution of State difference equations. Equivalence between transfer function and state variable representations. State Description of systems with Dead. Stability on the Z-plane and the Jury stability criterion. Bode diagram. State regulator design. Transfer function models. Digital temperature control system. (10 hrs. Design of State Observers. Controllability and observability. Root confour plots. The Routh stability criterion on the r.E. z.100 marks Term work .) Why Use Digital Control. 6. State variable analysis of Digital control systems. Concepts of controllability and observability. Nyguist stability criterion. Sampling as Impulse Modulation.Time. Principles of Signal Conversion.25 marks 11 Section – I 1. Conversion of state variable models.E.(Electronics) . Sampled Spectra and Aliasing. Control system analysis and design by conventional methods: overview (05 hrs. (Electronics) Part-I and II Pg No. z. 3. z-Domain description of sampled continuous – time plants. Principle of discretization. Stepping motors and their control. Time – Domain models for discrete – time systems. Conversion of Transfer functions to canonical state Variable models. Vectors and Matrices. Polar plots.Part.I (Revised) ELECTIVE – I i) ADVANCED CONTROL ENGINEERING Lecture . multivariable systems. Stability analysis. Section – II 4. State descriptions of Digital Processors. Pole-placement Design and State observers (06 hrs.) Root locus analysis of control system.plane specifications of control system design. Kolhapur .B. Configuration of the Basic Digital Control Scheme. Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors.) Introduction. Servo design: Introduction of the reference input by feed forward Shivaji University. Stability improvement by state feedback. (06 hrs. 5. Control System Analysis using state variable methods.plane. experimental determination of transfer functions. Digital Control Devices and Systems and Algorithms. (08 hrs. z-Domain description of systems with Dead – Time. Necessary and sufficient conditions of arbitrary pole-placement. Multivariable systems.) Introduction. Signal Processing in Digital Control (05 hrs.) Introduction.plane Synthesis. State Description of sampled continuoustime plants. system with transport lag. Implementation of Digital Controllers. Compensator Design by the separation principle.) Introduction. Digital compensator Design using frequency response plots. State variable representation. 2. Digital position control system. Filtering Practical Aspects of the choice of sampling rate. B. Digital compensator Design using root Locus plots. to Transfer functions.

Transducer for biomedical applications.C. Modern Control Engg. respiratory system. Wiley Eastern. temperature. 3. 7. Digital Control systems with state feedback. Source of bioelectric potential resting and action potential.3 hrs / week Paper . Robotics anatomy. (Electronics) Part-I and II Pg No. EMG. Electrodes and leads for ECG. hystersis. biomedical ultrasonic transducer. 4. State Feedback with Integral Control. Deadbeat control by state feedback and Dead beat observers. frequency response. electrodes and lead for EG. stability insolation simplicity. signal to noise ratio. basic design specifications of biomedical instrumentation system in terms of range. muscle activity. input isolation. skin surface electrode.25 marks Section – I 1. (PHI) Digital Control And State Variable Methods – By M.) Signal conditioner. instrumentation amplifier. Design of control systems for industrial robots. 3. accuracy. DC amplifier. By M. EEG & EMG Shivaji University. – By Frohr/OrHenburger Wiley Estern Digital Control Engg. Bio Signal Amplifiers and Signal Processing : (05 hrs. factors governing the selection of transducer. amplifier used in biomedical instrumentation. (2nd Edn. Reference Book: 1. Gopal (Tata McGraw Hill) B.Part. EEG and EMG.E. flow.(Electronics) .E. neuronal activity of brain. 7. power amplifier. needle electrode.B. differential amplifier carrier amplifier. 2. physiological system of body: biochemical system.I (Revised) ELECTIVE – I ii) BIOMEDICAL INSTRUMENTATION Lecture . 2. Introduction to biomedical digital signal processing and biomedical telemetry. nervous system. requirement of amplifier. Block study of ECG. Kolhapur . 6.Y. propagation of action potential. linearity. cardiovascular system.) Biometrics.) Microelectrodes. 12 control.100 marks Term work . 4. Electrodes and Transducers : (06 hrs. Industrial Robotics (02 hrs. – By Katsuhiko Ogata – PHI Publication. ECG. 5. Electrophysiology and Cell Structure : (04 hrs.) Discrete Time Control Systems – By Ogata K. Introduction to Biomedical Instrumentation : (06 hrs.Nof (Wiley) Digital Control system – By Kuo B. Introduction to Electronics Control Engg. pressure. Gopal Hand Book of Industrial Robotics (1985) Edited by S.) Role of robotics in automatic work.) Bioelectric signal generated by muscles of heart.

pacemakers. GIS Technology Trends: (02 hrs. 9. shock hazards from electric equipment and methods of accident prevention. computer hardware. Biomedical Digital Signal Processing – By Tompkins. vector cardiography.Khandpur (TMH) 3. Map revisions.) Physiological effects of electric current. CT scanner. Ventilator. integration of map data. blood flow. calibration and reparability of patient monitoring equipment.Part. Elimination of redundancy.E. Medicine and Clinical Engineering – By Jacobson and Webster. Data communications. operating system. Cardiovascular Instrumentation : (05 hrs. David Michaels (Prentice Hall) 4. cardiography: Phonocardiography. (03 hrs. benefits of GIS. John Wiley 6. Biomedical Instrumentation & Measurement – By Leaslie Cromwell. GIS users. GIS industry and GIS software: GIS software vendors. Handbook of Biomedical Instrumentation – By R. Bioelectronic Measurement – By Dean A Dmane. block study of a mode scan equipment. Map data security. basic pulse – echo system. and electro surgical unit – Diathermay. 6.3 hrs / week Paper .100 marks Term work . Study of Clinical Laboratory Equipments : (03 hrs.) Spectrophotometer.) Measurement of blood pressure. (PHI) 5.I (Revised) ELECTIVE – I iii) REMOTE SENSING AND GIS Lecture .) Elements of intensive care unit. defibrillators.) Definition of GIS. Fred Weibell. GIS products. 7. Erich A Pfeiffer (PHI) 2. search and analysis of map data. Kolhapur . What is CADD? What is AM/FM? What is GIS? Applications. Electrical Safety of Medical Equipments.) Data networks. auto analyzers. Reference Books: 1.25 marks Section – I 1 Introduction : (06 hrs. B. blood cell counter.) Ultrasonic imaging system. Introduction to Biomedical Equipment Design – Carr and Brown.E. Section – II 13 5. and heart sound. instrumentation for monitoring patient. productivity of employees. (Electronics) Part-I and II Pg No. Echocardiography pacemaker. X-ray machine. diagnosis.S. detibrillators and computer patient monitoring system. 2. Patient Care Monitoring : (04 hrs.(Electronics) .B. Shivaji University. GIS services. Imaging Systems : (04 hrs. multidement transducer system. software engineering. The origins of GIS. 8.

user involvement. Kolhapur . Pitfalls of GIS: (04 hrs. visualization. spatial data transfer standard (SDTS). collection and Entry. utility management. radiation and earth.) Centralized GIS database. implementation successful implementation of GIS. Financial and legal aspects of GIS: GIS costs. 14 3. Funding. Remote Sensing Application and Geographic Information Systems Recent Trends – By Muralikrishna I. DOD spatial Data standards (SDS). Additional benefits. GIS model for financial justification. vector data. privacy. computerizing existing problems. Remote Sensing: ` (08 hrs. Reference Books: 1.) Data collection. classification of remotely sensed data. Software customization. Band stretching. 7. Digitizing. Components of GIS plan. conflict resolution. The GIS Handbook – By G. Budget overrun/ underestimation etc. simulated – and false-color images. outstanding benefits. Maintenance and Management of GIS Data base: (06 hrs. Lack of user training and R and D support. 8. data types. rectification. User training. Onward press. supervised and unsupervised. Putting it together. Data conversion and maintenance. TMH Shivaji University. liability. GPS data acquisition. Geological Information System – By Ian wood. Data maintenance issues. 2.V. Digital terrain modeling and analysis. copyright practice etc. principal component analysis. GIS Data formats and standards.E. Sarah Cornelius.) Network analysis. 6. types of data and their uses. (Electronics) Part-I and II Pg No. analysis.B. change detection.B. GIS plan. phases – planning. processing remotely sensed data. edge detection. Steve Carver 3. GIS Analysis. on going costs. global change.Korte 5th Edn.) Failures.) Land record. Section – II 5. pricing. ratios. image enhancement. User support. 4. Grid cell GIS modeling and analysis. Master and transaction GIS database. experimentation. GPS surveying. simple discriminant. Raster images. Lack of long term planning and management support. LUT s and band correlation. oil and gas. savings. Open Geo-data interoperability specification (OGIS). haze corrections. Raster data. Planning and Implementation: (07 hrs. Laws for access. topical issues. GIS Data: (05 hrs. Hardware and software. Data communication. EM spectrum. undefined goals.) Sources. management support leadership and vision. simulated – and earth. Case Study: (02 hrs. Digital orthophotography. satellite imagery. Distributed GIS database.

) Clock. Kolhapur . data typing. 7. Real Time Systems – By Jane W. 10.Krishna. control structures.M. Integrated failure handling. maintaining serialization consistency. facilitating hierarchical decomposition. 3. Real Time Databases : (05 hrs. 5. fault tolerant. Reference Books: 1. synchronization in software.) Desired languages characteristics. malicious or Byzantine failures.(Electronics) . synchronization algorithm. Real Time Systems – By C. fault and error containment.I (Revised) ELECTIVE – I iv) REAL TIME SYSTEMS Lecture . low programming. Integrated failure handling.) Capabilities of real time O.100 marks Term work .) 2. concurrency control issues. some experimental languages. taking time into account.B. run time support.) Network topologies. Task classes: (02 hrs. disk scheduling algorithms.) Fault types. 8.S. task scheduling. overloading and generics. mode changes. Clock Synchronization : (06 hrs. 9. redundancy. Issues in real time computing. transaction priorities. multitasking. Operating Systems : (04 hrs. Shin (McGraw Hill International Edn. task assignment. uniprocessor scheduling of IRIS tasks. transaction aborts. protocols.Liu. Task Assignment and Scheduling : (04 hrs. synchronization in hardware.) Reliability models for hardware redundancy. impact of faults.25 marks 15 Section – I 1. Fault Tolerance Techniques : (04 hrs. run time errors handling. programming environments. fault detection. main memory databases. Section – II 6. database for hard real time systems. Reversal checks. (Electronics) Part-I and II Pg No. Characterizing Real Time Systems and Tasks : (03 hrs. B. packages. software error models. fault tolerant scheduling. estimating program run times.3 hrs / week Paper . real time vs general purpose databases. Reliability Evaluation Techniques : (04 hrs.) Classical uniprocessed scheduling algorithms. (Peasson Education Asia.) Basic definitions.Part.) 2.E. Kang G. Shivaji University.S. a two phase approach to improve predictability.E.) Performance measures for real time machines. Structure of real time system. Data diversity. 2001). Real Time Communication : (02 hrs. 4. timing specification. nonfault tolerant. Programming Languages and Tools : (06 hrs.

Fuzzy Sets.) Beliefs and plausibility measures. Other applications. 6. Crisp Sets and Fuzzy Sets (4 hrs. Applications: Applications in following area. (10 hrs.E. B. Uncertainty and Information – George Klir & Tina Floger (PHI) 2. General aggregation operation. Computer science 6.B. Equivalence and similarity relations. 4. measures of dissonance.) Types of uncertainty. Natural. Binary relations on single set. Operations of Fuzzy Sets: (5 hrs.) Fuzzy complement. measures of non specificity. relationship among classes of fuzzy measures.I 1. the notion of fuzzy sets. Shivaji University. basic concepts of fuzzy sets. An introduction to Fuzzy Control – By D.) Crisp sets: and overview. measures of confusion. classical logic fuzzy logic 2. Drainkov. Section – II 5. Fuzzy Measures: (5 hrs.E.Part.) Crisp and fuzzy relations. Fuzzy union.(Electronics) . ordering morphisms.3 hrs / week Paper . life and social sciences 2. uncertainty and information.100 marks Term work . 1. Kolhapur . principles of uncertainty and information. Medicine. Fuzzy Relations: (6 hrs. Fuzzy intersection. compatibility or tolerance relations. 4. probability measures. Binary relations. (Electronics) Part-I and II Pg No. combinations of operations. Uncertainty and Information: (10 hrs. System science 7.I (Revised) ELECTIVE – I v) FUZZY LOGIC Lecture . 3. measures of fuzziness. Engineering 3. classical measures of uncertainty.25 marks 16 Section . possibility and necessity measures. Management and decision making 5.) Text Books 1. information and complexity. Hellendoom Narosa Publication.

In semester – I. Kolhapur .B. The group is expected to complete details system design.E. as a part of term work in the form of a joint report.-I (Revised) PROJECT 17 Practical . B. (Electronics) Part-I and II Pg No.(Electronics) Part.E. group will select a project with the approval of the guide and submit the synopsis of project in the month of August.E. layout etc. The batch will be preferably divided into groups each consisting of not more than 3 students. In addition all students of project group will deliver the seminar on the proposed project only. The practical batch for project will be of 15 students.25 marks Oral .4 hrs / week Term work . Shivaji University. in semester – I.50 marks The project work is to be carried out in two semesters of B.(Electronics) Part – I & Part– II.

B.E. colour pixel video signal (PAL). line by line switch and colour identification circuit. cartridges of pick up units. in-line guns. video capture Television. RF tuner. Principle of disc recording. interleaving process. elements of NTSC colour system. methods of optical recording of sound on films. phase discriminator.4 hrs / week Practical .2 hrs / week Paper . compatibility TV transmitter block diagrams. compression. video bandwidth and interlaced scanning composite video signal for monochrome TV video signal standards. colour picture tube requirements. need of multimedia audio application. video signal. 18 SHIVAJI UNIVERSITY. Rumble. principle of disc reproduction. (6 hrs. KOLHAPUR (Introduced from June.) Introduction to video system. scanning process. Basic colour TV transmitters. basic parameters of SECAM system.) Multimedia Definition. tape transport mechanism advantages and disadvantages of tape recording. camera pickup devices. horizontal deflection system. trouble in colour picture tube.) Colour TV receivers. sound and video modulation. (Electronics) Part-I and II Pg No.II (Revised) 1.E. reference oscillator. Parts of tape recorder.50 marks Section I 1. phase identification amplifier and colour killer. colour spectrum.100 marks Term work . SECAM coder and decoder. antenna. shadow mask. EHT. colour picture tube.) Composite color signal introduction. precision in line colour picture tube. proprietary compression (6 hrs. camcoder. circuit colour receivers set up procedure. Kolhapur . colour TV signals.) 2. (7 hrs. Types of optical recording of sound. 4. standards. AUDIO And VIDEO ENGINEERING Lecture . chrominance signal recombination to natural colour voltages. video detector sound section. (7 hrs. 5. Gap-width and tape speed. purity convergence. Block diagram tape recording and reproducing system Wow and flutter distortions. audio capture. gun assembly. chromaticity diagram. compression. colour subcarrier frequency. video IF amplifier.25 marks POE . (NTSC and PAL). need for biasing DC And& AC biasing. compatibility considerations. VSB transmission and reception (CCIR – B standards). sound and picture transmission. Elements of multimedia system. Hissing noise. Coarse-grooves and micro grooves. AFT. first video amplifier delay line colour burst circuit. 6 Shivaji University. delay line. aspect ratio. degaussing. Block diagram of disc reproduction system. vertical deflection system.Part. 2005) B.(Electronics) . construction of cutter stylus. 3. composite color signals. standards Video applications. Play back needles. luminance signal. horizontal and vertical resolution. (6 hrs. Recorded wavelength. principle of magnetic recording and reproduction. AGC amplifier.) Section II Colour TV systems. basic features of PAL system. (6 hrs. PAL coder and decoder.

M. Colour Television Theory and Practice By R. in text view data. (6 hrs. Basic Television and Video Systems By Bernord Grob 6.R. data input. closed captioning.Gulati 5. Teletext waveforms. Introduction to digital television. 19 Teletext and view data. scope of Teletext.Dhake 4. Audio-Video Engineering By Gupta 3. Remote control (6 hrs. Reference Books : 1. using and broadcasting Teletext.E. (Electronics) Part-I and II Pg No. Multimedia in Practice Technology and Applications By Judith Jeffcoate (PHI) 2. how digital television works.) 8. Communication Electronics By Frenzel 7.) High definition TV. Teletext in future. cable TV working of block converter. Teletext systems. Electronic Communication Systems By George Kennedy Shivaji University. satellite TV. Kolhapur . 7. Television and Video Engineering By A. suitable equipments.B.

) Rectangular and circular wave guides. microwave coaxial connectors. power losses I wave guide. microwave FETs.) Unit of measurements free space attenuation. directional coupler.2 hrs / week Paper . Section II 06. Impatt diodes. reflex klystrons TWTs.B.25 marks 20 Section I 01. microwave frequencies and microwave devices. microwave tunnel diodes. Review of Electromagnetic Field Theory and Microwave Fundamentals: (03 hrs. Microwave Solid State Devices : (06 hrs. laser processes. microwaver BJTs. B.4 hrs / week Practical . microwave lean room microwave hazards. MESFETs and HFET. m-carcinotron oscillators. Wave Guides : (06 hrs. high power gyrotrons. pocket cell laser modulators. conversion of receiving voltage to electric field intensity. smith chart and impedance matching. line impedance and admittance. conversion of transmitting and receiving power to electric field intensity. Microwave Enclosures and Hazards : (04 hrs. klystrons.) Microwave transistors. analanche transit time devices. PIN diodes. 03. Microwave Crossed Field Tubes : (02 hrs. Microwave Transmission lines: (03 hrs. ruby laser. electromagnetic plane waves. microwave hybrid circuits. 05.Part-II (Revised) 2. fabrications.C.) Magnetons. gunn effect diodes.(Electronics) . power transmission in wave guide.) Interaction between electrons and field. hybrid microave I. HBTs. TE and TM mode wave. Microwave Integrated Circuits : Materials. reflection coefficient and transmission coefficient. CdTe diodes.) Microwave cavities. excitation of modes in wave guide. 07.) 08. MICROWAVE ENGINEERING Lecture . Microwave Measurements and Computations : (05 hrs.E. 09. plane wave propagation in shielded rooms.) Line equations ad solutions. forward wave crossed field amplifier (FWCFA). 04. InP iodes. characteristics of standard wave guides. 02. in anechoic chambers. (Electronics) Part-I and II Pg No. (04 hrs. circulators and isolators. Kolhapur . standing waves and standing wave ratio. Shivaji University.100 marks Term work .) Electromagnetic compatibility. LSA diodes.E. Microwave Components and Devices : (06 hrs.

Mcgraw Hill 07. PHI 05. 21 Text Books – 01. Keuserm Artech 06. 02. – R.B. Microwave Devices and Circuit – Samul Liao (Prentice hall of India) Reference Books – 01. Microwave: Introduction to Circuit Devices and Antenna – M.E. Sisodia and Vijay Laxmi Gupta. (Electronics) Part-I and II Pg No.L. Sisodia 10. – Peter A. Foundation for Microwave Engg.Collin. Microwave Circuits and Passive Devices – Sisodia and Raghuvanshi Wiley Eastern. Shivaji University. Kolhapur . Principles of Electromagnetic Compativility – B. Principles of Radar Engineering – Skolnik.E.Fusco.L. 04. Mcgraw Hill International. Microwave Active Devices vaccum and solid state – M. Microwave Circuits – Analysis and computer aided design – Vincene F. Fundamentals of Microwave Engg. 03. PHI 08. Microwave Devices and Circuits – Lieo. Antenna Engineering Handbook – Jasik. TMH 09. Rizzim Prentice hall of India.E.

wireless transmission. comparison of OSI and TCP/IP model. routing algorithms.B.4 hrs / week Practical . Frame relay. Data Link Layer (08 hrs) a) Classification of communication protocols. connectionless internetworking. B.2 hrs / week Paper . Network Layer (8 hrs. 4. Internet and its main applications. (Electronics) Part-I and II Pg No. 7. IEEE standard 80 for LAN’s Bridges. TCP/IP reference model. HDLC and SDLC.) Network layer design issues. Point to point and multidrop circuits. High speed LAN’s 6. modems. RS – 232C serial interface. tunneling. ARPANET. Elementary data link protocols. Network topologies.25 marks OE .E. Physical Layer (4 hrs) Transmission media. Internet work routing. Section – II 5. Hub. Kolhapur . fragmentation. Medium Access Sub layers (8 hrs. SMDS. 2. COMPUTER NETWORK 22 Lecture . b) Data link layer design issues.) Network software.50 marks Section – I 1. Internet Working (4 hrs. additional network components. 3. bridges. Shivaji University.(Electronics) . and firewalls. switch.E. X 25 networks.100 marks Term work . Broadband ISDN and ATM and its reference model. Introduction in Computer Networks and Devices (04 hrs. router. Network Models (08 hrs. OSI reference model. congestion control algorithms.) Concatenated virtual circuits.Part-II (Revised) 3. multiple access protocols.) Structure of communication network.) The Channel allocation problem.

(Electronics) Part-I and II Pg No. Use of RS – 232C for character transfer (Half duplex.B. Computer Network (Second Edition) By Uyless Black (Prentice-Hall of India) Shivaji University. 6. b. Optional path routing algorithm (By simulation) Reference Books: 1. Sliding window protocols using RS 232c. Interconnection of personal computers and PSTN (Public switching Telephone Networks) using MODEMS. Use of RS – 232C for file transfer between two personal computers (Half duplex. Finite state machine design (Tutorial type) 5. 11. Full duplex) 3. Full duplex) 2. Kolhapur . 10. CRC method. 4. Implementation of BIT stuffing. Hamming code.E. Implementation of Selective repeat protocol 9. Computer Network (Third Edition) By A. Shortest path routing algorithm (By simulation) 12. Implementation of Stop and wait protocol 7. Implementation of Go Back N protocol 8. a. Implementation error detection method. List of Experiments (Minimum 8 experiments) 23 1.S.Tanenbaum (Prentice-Hall of India) 2.

25 marks 24 Section – I 1.) 6. House) Shivaji University. multi-category single layer perception networks.E.) Linearly non-separable pattern classification. Single Layer Feedback Networks: (06 hrs.) Biological neurons and their artificial models.) Basic concepts of dynamic systems. Text Books 1. (Electronics) Part-I and II Pg No. (06 hrs. learning and adoption.) 8. non parametric training concept.) 2. linear machine and minimum distance classification. neural processing. features and decision regions. (Jaico Pub.E. Multi-layer Feed-forward Networks: (03 hrs. models of ANN. delta learning rule for multi-perception layer. 4. Section – II 5. integrated circuit synoptic connections. Current mirror and current comparator as active building block. Application of neural algorithms and systems of printed and hand written character recognition. Fundamental Concepts and Models of Artificial Neural Systems: (08 hrs. template matching networks. training and classification using the discrete perception.Part-II (Revised) ELECTIVE – II i) NEURAL NETWORKS Lecture .) Classification model. Introduction to Artificial Neural System – By Jacek M. mathematical foundations of discrete time hopfield networks. Feed-forward recall and error back propagation training. (03 hrs. single layer continuous perception networks. 3. discriminant functions. classifying and experts layered networks.100 marks Term work . neural learning rules. 7. learning factors. B. Neural network implementation: (09 hrs. (03 hrs. mathematical foundations of gradient type hopfield network.(Electronics) . Artificial Neural Systems Preliminaries: Neural computation: some examples and applications.B.4 hrs / week Paper . Zurada. Kolhapur . Single-layer Perception Classifiers: (10 hrs.) Overview of actual systems.

Enhancement by point processing. Analysis and Machine vision. “Digital Image Processing”.K. Morphology.E. FET. Elements of IP system.C. Restoration in spatial domain. (Electronics) Part-I and II Pg No. Inc. Introduction (5 hrs. 2.Sonka.) Degradation model. Region oriented segmentation. Section . Algebraic approach. geometric Transformation. Thomson Asia pvt.) Redundance.) Representation schemes.25 marks 25 Section – I 1. Addison-Wesley Longman. Reference Books : 1. Least Mean Square filter. use of motion in segmentation. Digital camera.(Electronics) .Woods.E. Thresholding. 6. B. 1999. DFT. Sample and Quantization. and R.100 marks Term work . Elements of Information theory.) Digital Image representation. “Digital Image Processing”.Hlavac. Image compression models.E. steps in Image processing. Diagonalization of circulant and block circulant matrices. Error-Free compression. Wavelet transform. Discrete Cosine transform.Part-II (Revised) ELECTIVE – II ii) IMAGE PROCESSING Lecture . Walsh transform.B.II 5. Boundary descriptors. Image Restoration (5 hrs. Frame Grabber.) Detection of Discontinuities.Boyle – Image processing. Spatial filtering. R. constrained Least square restoration. Hazard Transform.4 hrs / week Paper . Edge linking and Boundary detection. 4.Jain. compression standards: JPEG & MPEG Image Segmentation (5 hrs. Kolhapur . A. 3. 1999 2. Properties of 2-D fourier transform. Basic relationship between pixels. Shivaji University. Ltd. Regional descriptors. Elements of visual perception. Representation and Description (4 hrs. Image Geometry. Colour Image processing.Gonzalez and R. Image Transforms (7 hrs) Introduction to Fourier Transform. M. PHL 3.) Spatial and Frequency domain methods. Harr transform. Image Compression (5 hrs. Image model. 7. Lossy compression. inverse filtering. V. Image Enhancement (5 hrs.

micro motors. Kinematics. Section II 5.4 hrs / week Paper . Trends. Electromechanical Drives: (5 hrs. simple assembly involving a few parts. Control Systems. Introduction: (8 hrs.B. variable frequency drives. Electrohydraulic Actuators. Interfacing of Sensors and Actuators to PLC. (Electronics) Part-I and II Pg No. products and applications. Microprocessor/Micro controller based controllers. Home.) Ladder diagram. Harmonic Transmission. Unloading system. Types of motions. 6. (6hrs) Shivaji University. Programmable Motion Controllers: (4 hrs. proportional/Integral/Differential controllers. PC based controllers. Micro sensors and micro actuators : Phototransistors. 4-quadrant servo drives. 4.) Definition. Record position. braking methods. LIGA Process. thermal sensors. Surface Manufacturing. Micro Manufacturing : Bulk Manufacturing. MEMS : (7 hrs) Overview of MEMS & Microsystems. 7.) DC Servo motors. Linear motion Guides.E. SCR Drives. 3. Inverse Kinematics. pressure sensors. micro valves. Electro-pneumatic Actuators.(Electronics) Part--II (Revised) ELECTIVE – II iii) MECHATRONICS Lecture . B. B-S plane. Ball Screw and Nut. Micro pumps. traditional and Mechatronic designs. MOSFET Drivers. automatic tool and pallet changers etc. Typical MEMS & Micro system. motor/Drive selection. Digital Controllers. Kolhapur . micro grippers.E. 2. FSD structured programming. A few case studies like piece counting system pick and place manipulator. Linear Circular. part loading. Timing Belts.) Interpolation: point-to-point. Bipolar drives.25 marks 26 Section I 1. Linear Bearings. hydraulic Actuators.100 marks Term work . PLC Controllers: (5 hrs. Adaptive Controller. PID Controllers. Design of Mechatronic Systems : The design process. Precision Mechanical Actuation: Pneumatic Actuators.

6.Gonzalez. Programming and Applications – Grover. Reference Books : 1. Pneumatic Grippers. 27 (6 hrs) Term. Interfacing and control of DC Servo motor with Microcontroller for position. Study of graphical PID tuning for X-Y position.Vision and Intelligence – Fu. Tactile Sensors.P. Tool as End effecter. 5. CNC Programming. 3. Robot & It’s Peripherals : End Effecters – Types.Ordey(Mcgraw Hill) Robotics : Controls. 2.Nagel. Kolhapur . Concepts and Applications – N. Mechanical Electromagnetic. Mahalik TMH – 0-070483744.Work: 1. Robot programming. 8. (Electronics) Part-I and II Pg No.-McGraw Hill 0-07066379-3 MEMS and Microsystems Design and Manufacture – Tai – Ran Hsu – TMH 0-07048709 Industrial Robotics : Technology. proximity and Range Sensors.E. 4. FBD. 2. PLC Programming in ladder. 7. Structured. Lee (Mcgraw Hill) Robotics Technology and Flexible Automation – S. 4.Deb (TMH) Shivaji University. 5. Pneumatic and Hydraulic actuators. 8. Sensors – Sensors in Robotics. Robot End effecter interface.Sensing. Study of Rotary and Conveyor. 3. Robot programming.Weiss.Bolton Addison Wesley – 981-235-874-9 Mechatronics Principles.B. Mechatronics – Dan Necsulescu – Pearson Eduction – 81-7808-676-X. Mechatronics 2nd Edition – W.R. Sensor based systems and uses. 6. speed and direction control. Computer Control of Manufacturing systems-Yoram Koren.

Animation. 4. Support Services. Kiran Thakrar. Multimedia System Design – 3rd edition –Prabhat K. Basic Software tools. Market Research. multimedia authoring tool. Classification. Wetherbe (Wiley publications) 2. Multimedia : (10hrs) Introduction of multimedia. Managing the IS Department. System development outside the IS Department. B. Markets. (Electronics) Part-I and II Pg No. 6. Information Technology : Concepts and management. Text Books 1. Customers. Frameworks. Transactional and functional processing. Protecting Information Systems.4) _ Turban. 5th book. Business to Consumer Applications. 2. 3.25 marks 28 Section I 1.com – 2nd revised edition. Shivaji University. IT Encylclopedia. Prentice Hall of India. Kolhapur . Mclean. Multimedia Hardware and Software. Information Technology for management (for chapter 1. Porter’s Competitive Forces Model and strategies.3.100 marks Term work . Strategic Information System : Strategic Advantage. Definition.B. Sound. Support. Business to Business Applications.E. (10hrs) Reference Books: 1. Images. Payments. infrastructure. Multimedia Making it Work (for chapter 4 and 5) – Tay Vaughan (Tata Mcraw Hill 5th edition). Information infrastructure and Architecture. Making instant multimedia.2. Electronic Commerce : Foundations. 2. Porter’s value chain Analysis Model.4 hrs / week Paper . Multimedia Building Blocks : Text. (6hrs) (5hrs) (5hrs) (4hrs) Section II 5. Important Systems Development issues. System Development : Life Cycle. Framework for global Competition Applications.E.(Electronics) Part--II (Revised) ELECTIVE – II iv) INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Lecture . Andleigh. Video. Managing Information Resources.

) ISDN – An Introduction – W. over view of broadband technologies. (3 hrs) (3 hrs) 4. BISDN higher layers: Overview. physical layer of BISDN.Schwartz (Addison Wesley pub. and ATM adaption layer of BISDN protocol.) Telecommunication Network – M. building blocks of BISDN. 9. network aspects. Kolhapur . Stallings (McGraw Publishing company. SMDS standards. 4. Broadcast communications – Balaji Kumar (McGraw Hill Inc. the need for broadband. switching technologies. Reference Books : 1. frame relay standards. management plane. fiber distributed data interface. how does SMDS work. B.E. 8. Schwartz (PHI publication). 3.(Electronics) Part--II (Revised) ELECTIVE – II v) BROADBAND COMMUNICATION Lecture .) Overview. FDDI & DQDB: Overview. frame relay architecture. telecommunication network.B. (4 hrs) (4 hrs) Shivaji University.) Computer Communication network – Design & Analysis – M. how does ATM work. user plane. ATM application environment. ATM: (4 hrs. frame relay applications. 5.25 marks 29 Section I 1. 7. distributed queue dual bus. 2. Section – II 6. how does frame relay work. ATM layer of BISDN. broadband functional architecture. what is broadband. frame relay services and features. Evolution of BOSDN: Overview drives for BISDN. Frame relay: (6 hrs) Overview. SMDS architecture. Introduction: (4 hrs) What is communication network. BISDN Lower Layers: (8 hrs) Overview. 2.4 hrs / week Paper . SMDS: (4 hrs) Overview. SMDS features and services. broadband protocol references model. user network interface aspects. control or signaling plane. ATM protocol.E. Other aspects of BISDN: Broadcast service aspects. 3.100 marks Term work . the ATM principle. (Electronics) Part-I and II Pg No. Frame relay field formats.

introduction to SIMD. System design issues in SOCs. * Introduction to tools used for SOC design. System design (12hrs) Concept of system. Concept of embedded processors and study of virtex II PRO Architecture. and Wayne Wolf – published by Morgan Kaufman. Differences between Embedded systems and SOCs. 4. Study of IBM’s power PC 5.RISC.100 marks Term work . Introduction to AMBA bus. (Electronics) Part-I and II Pg No. 2) Readings in hardware/software co-design Giovanni De Micheli. Xilinx embedded development kit Labs-Tutorials • SOC system design tutorial-designing an image processing system with interface to host using either UART/PCI/USB bus.E. concept of pipelining and parallelism.Rolf Ernst. Designing microprocessor /Microcontroller based system and embedded system. Introduction to the concept of a SOC (8 hrs) Backgrounder. System buses (6 hrs) Introduction to busses used in SOCs. Kolhapur .multipliers . Processors used in SOCs (6 hrs) Introduction to CISC .(Electronics) Part--II (Revised) ELECTIVE – II vi) SYSTEM ON CHIP Lecture . microprocessor and Microcontroller based systems. B. 3) Computers as components:principles of embedded computing system design published by Morgan Kaufman publishers 4) Multiprocessors systems-on-chips by Ahmed jerrya wayne wolf.B. Detailed study of IBM’s core connect bus. Tools : Xilinx ISE and Xilinx EDK Latest versions Reference Books : 1) FPGA based system design by Wyne wolf – published by prentice hall. concept of PLB-processor local bus and OPB-on chip peripheral bus. MIMD and MISD architectures.25 marks 30 Section I 1. importance of system architectures.4 hrs / week Paper .edsMorgan Kaufman publishers Shivaji University. Section II 3. SOC implementation (8 hrs) Backgrounder – programmable logic and FPGA Architecture . SSID. • Developing simple systems by interfacing simple peripherals to virtex II pro. 2. Embedded systems.Digital clock management etc.E. Concept of Soft processors and study of Microblaze RISC processor. Von Neuman and Harward Architecture. Study of features like embedded RAMs .

ibm.xilinx.150 marks The Project group in semester I will continue.princeton.E. fabrication.com/EDK 7) Virtexll pro handbook from xilinx 8) Power PC info http://www.E. 9) White papers form xilinx.(Electronics) Part--II (Revised) Lecture .com/products power PC/cores/405sde_pb. testing. 5) Core connect architecture at http://www.II on or before the last day of the semester -II. Kolhapur .chips .doc Shivaji University.com and http://www.E.IBM.(Electronics)\BE Electronics Rev Sylb05-06 Part-I.com/products/coreconnect 6) EDK power PC tutorial at http://www. the project work in Semester.II and complete project in all respect (assembly.8hrs / week Term work .com 10) Arm processor details at WWW.arm.html.chips .) The project work along with project report should be submitted as part of term work in Semester. BIRJE SR K:\eback\newsyllabus\engineering\B.com/products/solutions/Ambahomepage. (Electronics) Part-I and II Pg No.chips .com 11) Amba bus architecture at at http://www. P.IBM. SAWANT S.B.arm. test result etc.50 marks Oral .edu/~wolf 31 PROJECT-II B.html http://www. tabulation.E\B.

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