TEACHING SCHEDULE & STUDY SCHEME

M. TECH. PROGRAMME (Electronics & Communication Engineering)

PUNJAB TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY, JALANDHAR August, 2004

PTU/BOS/EC/201/28-07-2004

DETAILED SYLLABUS AND OTHER CONDITIONS FOR THE PROPOSED COURSE M.TECH. ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING Schedule of Teaching
Lecture 4 Tutorials (per week) 0 Total 4

Schedule of Examination
Time Theory Sessional Viva Total (Hrs.) Marks Marks All theory subjects 3 100 50 150 Project 50 50 100 Seminar 100 100 Dissertation Satisfactory/not Satisfactory

SEMESTER-I EC-501 Advanced Mathematics for Engineers EC-502 Electronics System Design EC-503 Data Communication Network EC-504 Advanced Comm. Systems EC-505 Neural Network & Fuzzy Logic EC-506 Lab-I SEMESTER-II EC-507 Optical Communication Systems EC-508 Digital Speech & Image Processing EC-509 Information Theory and Coding ECElective-I ECElective-II EC-516 Lab-II SEMESTER-III ECElective-III ECElective-IV EC-580 Project EC-590 Seminar SEMESTER-IV EC-500 Dissertation LIST OF ELECTIVES ELECTIVE-I EC-510 Advanced Microprocessor & Embedded Systems EC-511 VLSI Design EC-512 Reliability of Electronics Comm. Systems ELECTIVE-II EC-513 Multimedia Comm. Systems EC-514 Parallel Processing EC-515 Peripheral System Design & Interfacing ELECTIVE-III EC-517 Modeling & Simulation of Comm. Systems EC-518 Microwave Theory & Technique EC-519 Detection & Estimation Theory EC-520 Wireless & Mobile Communication ELECTIVE-IV EC-521 Microelectronics Technology EC-522 Internetworking & Internet Protocols EC-523 RF Microwave & Antenna Theory EC-524 Computational Techniques

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Fourier Transforms. Galerkin method. Rayleigh-Ritz method. Complex Variables & Applications . Fourier Sine and Cosine Integral. Z -Transforms Introduction. Properties of Z.PTU/BOS/EC/201/28-07-2004 EC-501 Advanced Mathematics for Engineers Max. 4. Books Recommended: 1. Schwarz’sChristoffel transformations. Gauss-Seidal method. 2. Parseval’s Identity. Hamilton’s Principle and Lagrange’s Equation. Sneddon. B. Inverse Fourier Transform.by Galfand & Fomin.by Churchill. Evaluation of inverse Z – Transforms. Grewal. McGraw Hill. Calculus of Variations .by Elsgole.N. Relation between Fourier and Laplace transform. Fourier Transforms of derivative of functions. 4. Crout’s triangularization method.by Dr. Iterative methods-Jacobins method. Calculus Of Variations Euler-Lagrange’s differential equation. The Brachistochrone problems and other applications. Addison Wesley.S. Marks: 100 Time Allowed: 3 Hrs Note: Eight questions of equal marks to be set covering the whole syllabus and any five to be attempted. Higher Engineering Mathematics . Prentice Hall. Conformal Mapping Conformal mapping. linear transformations. Fourier Integral Theorem. Convolution Theorem for Fourier Transforms.Transforms. Khanna Publishers 2. Determination of Eigen values by iteration. 3. McGraw Hill. Fourier Transforms Introduction.by Churchill. 3. Fourier Series and Boundary Values Problems . 1. The Use of Integral Transforms . Matrices And Linear System Of Equations Solution of linear simultaneous equations by Gaussian elimination and its modification. 3 . Modulation Theorem. Tata McGraw Hill. Calculus of Variations . 5. 5..by I. Complex form of Fourier Integrals. Isoperi-metric problem. Properties. 6. Bi-linear transformations.

Multi Input System Controller Design System Controllers. MSI Decoders.PTU/BOS/EC/201/28-07-2004 EC-502 Electronics System Design Max. Review of Digital electronics concept 2. 3. Sequential Machines The Concept Of Memory. Programmable System Controllers. Asynchronous Finite State Machines Scope. Design Steps For Traditional Synchronous Sequential Circuits. Comparators. Clocked JK Flip Flop. State Reduction. Design Steps For Next State Decoders. Design Of Out Put Decoders. Hazards. Marks: 100 Time Allowed: 3 Hrs Note: Eight questions of equal marks to be set covering the whole syllabus and any five to be attempted. Position And Detailed Flow Diagram Development. Timing And Frequency Considerations. Interfacing digital system with different media like fiber cable. Tri-State Bus System. 3. Set / Reset. co-axial cable etc. Books Recommended: 1. Essential Hazards Map Entered Variable. 1. Clocking Aspects. D. Defining The System. Designing With TTL Circuits . Propagation Delay. State Diagram Synchronous Analysis Process. Conversion. Related IEEE/IEE publications 4 . Counters. ROM. Shift Registers and Memory. Output Decoders. Clock Skew. Wired Logic. Functional. 4. Architecture. MSI and LSI Circuits And Their Applications Arithmetic Circuits. State Assignment. XOR And ANDOR INVERTER Gates.by Texas Instruments. Asynchronous Analysis. Synchronizing Two System And Choosing Controller. Clock And Power Supply Requirements. Electromagnetic Interference And Electromagnetic Compatibility Grounding And Shielding of Digital Circuits. The Cell And The Bouncing Switch. Design Of Asynchronous Machines. PLA And PAL Based Design. Code Converters. MEV Approaches To Asynchronous Design. Plotting And Reading The Excitation Map. Design Of Clock F/F. Generation.by Fletcher PHI 1990 2. Multiplexers. Indirect Addressed Multiplexers Configurations. The Binary Cell. An Engineering Approach To Digital Design . Design Phases And System Documentation. Multiplexers In System Controllers. Clocked T. MDS Diagram. Next State Decoders And Its Maps. 5. Hazards In Circuit Developed By MEV Method. Bus Oriented Structures. Cycle And Races.

Data Link Control Link Configurations. Error Detection and correction techniques. 3. Related IEEE/IEE publications 5 . Inter Networking. 2. IP addressing. Data Transmission Overview of Data Communication and networking. LAN/MAN Technologies. Transmission Impairments. Bit Oriented and character oriented protocol. Message Switching. FDDI. ATM Networks Concepts. Session Service And Protocols. approach to Computer Networking . 4. Mobile IP33N Operating System 9. Synchronous TDM. 7. Digital Data Communication Techniques Asynchronous And Synchronous Transmission. Statistical TDM 5. and Presentation/Application Controls. Protocol And Architecture. Medium Access control protocols (CSMA/CD. Switching and Computer Networks Communication Networks. Physical interfaces 3.by Forouzan 5. Architecture. Convergence and challenges 8. history. Virtual circuits and Data gram’s. IPv6. Token ring. Network security Security issues. DQDB) 6.by William Stallings. intrusion detection Systems Books Recommended: 1. Data Networks . Multiplexing F.25. Network Operating Systems Overview of network operating systems (Windows NT/Unix/Linux). Various Transmission Media. Protocol principles (Error control. Data link layer services. Marks: 100 Time Allowed: 3 Hrs Note: Eight questions of equal marks to be set covering the whole syllabus and any five to be attempted. Data And Computer Communication . X. Transport layer Protocols. Packet Switching. 1. Prentice Hall. Data Encoding. IPv4. Analog And Digital Data Transmission.by Srinivasan Keshav. concept of firewalls. Link Control. Circuit Switching. Flow control). 6. structure of IP. 2.M.by Bertsekas prentice Hall 7.PTU/BOS/EC/201/28-07-2004 EC-503 Data Communication Networks Max. Computer Networking .by Andrew Tanenbaum. Engg. Data communications and networking . Pearson Edu. 4th Ed.D. Computer Communication Architecture OSI and TCP/IP Model.

PTU/BOS/EC/201/28-07-2004 EC-504 Advanced Communication Systems Max. PHI 3. Solutions. Frequency Division Multiple Access (FDMA). Pearson 4. Advanced Communication Systems . Switching techniques. 4. VSAT 5. CDMA. Design Of Down Links. Related IEEE/IEE publications 6 . SONET. 3G systems. Satellite Communication Basic Transmission Theory. Delta Modulation. Quality of service (QOS). 2.by Timothy Pratt. Digital Transmission and Transmission Impairments. Digital Communication . Random Access.by Uyless Black. DPCM. Applications of communication systems. Digital Modulation techniques. Transmission protocols. Introduction Introduction to communications systems. Digital Communication Introduction. Domestic Satellite Systems Using Small Earth Stations. Telecommunication Infrastructure. 1. Optical Networks . Multiple Access Techniques. Design Of Satellite Link For Specified (C/N). TDM. Estimating Channel Requirements.by Wayne Tomasi. Mobile Communications Mobile telephone service. PCM. analog and digital communication systems. System Noise Temperature and G/T Ratio. Pearson. QPSK. Fading. Practical Demand Access Systems. Link Management Protocols. Switching. CDMA. Optical Networks WDM. Marks: 100 Time Allowed: 3 Hrs Note: Eight questions of equal marks to be set covering the whole syllabus and any five to be attempted. GPRS. Multiple Access With On Board Processing. Introduction to GSM. TDMA. BPSK. 5. SDH. Addison Wesley. 2. Uplink Design. Architecture of Optical Transport Network. Satellite Communication . Books Recommended: 1. 3.by Proakis.

Recurrent back propagation. Topology. speech and decision-making. Driankor. VLSI implementation of neural networks. Introduction to counter propagation networks. FKBC & PID control.by P. Neural computing theory & practice . Membership functions. Linguistic variables. Fuzzy System Design Principles. History of development in neural networks principles. Basic fuzzy inference algorithm. 3.by Simon Haykin 2. De-Fuzzification.Ibrahim (PHI) 6. and ART networks. Industrial applications. Introduction to artificial neural systems . Basic learning laws. Artificial neural net terminology.D. Unsupervised. Neural networks characteristics. 5. 1. Neural Networks .(Jaico Pub) 7. Competitive learning. Variable inference techniques. Marks: 100 Time Allowed: 3 Hrs Note: Eight questions of equal marks to be set covering the whole syllabus and any five to be attempted. Unsupervised learning. Fuzzy logic with engineering application . K-means clustering algorithm. Associative memories. CMAC network. Fuzzy vs. Books Recommended: 1. Neural Networks & Fuzzy Logic . Introduction to applied Fuzzy Electronics-Ahmad M. Fuzzy Neural Control . Fuzzy Logic: Basic concepts of fuzzy logic.by Bart Kosko 4. Kohonen`s feature maps. 2. 5. Zurada. Basic Hop field model. Antilock Breaking system (ABS). Fuzzy IF.Berkiu & Trubatch. types of learning. Model of a neuron. Building Fuzzy IF-THEN Rule Bases – by Riza C. wasserman (ANZA PUB). Basic learning laws in RBF nets.by D. Operations of fuzzy sets.PTU/BOS/EC/201/28-07-2004 EC-505 Neural Networks & Fuzzy Logics Max.by ROSS J. Learning.T (Tata Mc) 3. Crisp set. M. Re-inforcement learning.by J. An introduction to Fuzzy control . Fuzzy system design. IEEE Press 7 . Hellendorn. Related IEEE/IEE publications 10. Reinfrank (Narosa Pub. Optimization.) 8. Knowledge representation and acquisition. Supervised.by Junhong NIE & DEREK LINKERS (PHI) 9. Applications of neural nets such as pattern recognition.THEN rules. 4.M. Radial basis function neural networks. H.

PTU/BOS/EC/201/28-07-2004 EC-506 Lab-I Max. 8 . Marks: 100 Time Allowed: 2hrs At least ten experiments are to be performed related to the subjects related to the subjects taught in 1st semester.

losses and non-linear effects 2. Optical transmitters LEDs Semiconductor lasers and their characteristics.PTU/BOS/EC/201/28-07-2004 EC-507 Optical Communication Systems Max.by Mynbev . Noise and Sensitivity in Optical Receivers Sensitivity degradation 4. CDM 7.John Wiley & Sons 2. EDFA 5. Fiber-Optic Communication Systems . Dispersion Compensatory Fibers Optical Filters Fiber Bragg Grating 6. Optical Amplifiers Semiconductor Optical Amplifier Raman Amplifier. Multichannel Systems WDM Light wave Systems WDM Components System Performance tissues TDM. Transmitter Design 3. Solution Systems Fiber Solutions Soliton based Communications Loss Managed Solitons Dispersion Managed Solitons High Speed Soliton Systems WDM Soliton Systems Books Recommended: 1. Dispersion management Need Pre-compensation Schemes Best Compensation Techniques. Optical receiver Photo detectors and their characteristics. Fiber-Optic Communication Systems . 1. Introduction to optical fibers Wave propagation Dispersion and its limitations.by GP Aggarwal . Marks: 100 Time Allowed: 3 Hrs Note: Eight questions of equal marks to be set covering the whole syllabus and any five to be attempted.John Wiley & Sons 3. Related IEEE/IEE publications 9 . Receiver Design.

2. edge enhancement. Related IEEE/IEE publications 10 . the Larynx.by Keenneth R Castleman. Woods. geometry and shape description. Methods of FIR filter design. recursive filtering. Speech and Audio Processing for multimedia PC’s . Elements of speech Synthesis-speech Recognition-speech in the computer-human interface. FFT. The hardware use of FIR & IIR filters. unitary transforms— DFT. 4. pitch. Linear phase FIR filters. Digital Image Processing . textural properties. Segmentation. 1. image. Image Processing Characterization of images as two-dimensional discrete fields. Hadamard. resonance measurement. Pearson Education Society. edge detection. Applications of FIR & IIR filters in speech. Speech Processing Review of human speech and Acoustic theory.PTU/BOS/EC/201/28-07-2004 EC-508 Digital Speech & Image Processing Max. Fourier transfer.by Rafact Gonzalez and Richard E. duration. harmonics. the vocal tract. Digital Signal Processing . Pearson Education Society. DFT. Speech signal processing-the phasor mode. thresholding. Review of Filter design. Books Recommended: 1. seismic. nature of sound.by Iain Murray 3. Marks: 100 Time Allowed: 3 Hrs Note: Eight questions of equal marks to be set covering the whole syllabus and any five to be attempted. the source filter. 3. Image enhancement-gray scale modification. 5.by Proakis & Manolakis 2. medical and other areas. Human speech production. constrained deconvolution. compression schemes-Karhunen Loeve compression predictive coding schemes. rhythm. Software. Methods of IIR filter design. slant and cosine transforms. restoration-Wiener filtering. intervals. Digital Image Processing . virtual display. Music theory.

1991. 4.K.K. Related IEEE/IEE publications 11 . 1. Practical aspects of sampling and signal recovery TDM 3. Sampling Process Base band and band pass sampling theorems reconstruction from samples. 1992 4. Shenonfano theorem. Books Recommended: 1. using orthogonal Signaling 5. Introduction to the theory of Error correcting codes: Vera Press. . entropy 2. Channel coding theorem. channel capacity theorem. Coherent and non-coherent detection. Principles of digitals communication: J. 2. Digital Modulation Techniques Binary and M-ary modulation techniques. Base band shaping for data transmission. Dass. Gallanger Mc Graw Hill. Chatterjee. Bit Vs symbol error probability and bandwidth efficiency. Malik & P. Marks: 100 Time Allowed: 3 Hrs Note: Eight questions of equal marks to be set covering the whole syllabus and any five to be attempted. Elements of information theory Source coding theorem. Error Control Coding Rationale for coding Linbear block codes. cyclic codes and convolution codes Viterbi decoding algorithm and trellis codes. Bit error analysis. Huffman coding. 1992 3. PAM signals and their power spectra Nyquist criterion ISI and eye pattern Equalization. S.PTU/BOS/EC/201/28-07-2004 EC-509 Information Theory & Coding Max. Information Theory and Reliable Communication: Robert G. Waveform Coding Techniques PCM Channel noise and error probability DPCM and DM Coding speech at low bit rates Prediction and adaptive filters.

Embedded Microprocessor System Design by Kenneth L. 1. Short. Modem. Bray. Books Recommended: 1. ALU. Pearson Education. Intel Series Of Microprocessors: By Berry B. PHI. Embedded Controllers & Systems Architecture of 80186 & 80188 CPU subsystems. Basic IO subsystems. Memory Subsystem. Architecture Characteristics. Example embedded controllers. Memory Addressing Architecture. Instructions. 3. 5. Interface. 4. Introduction to Pentium Architecture. 2. Registers. Addressing Modes. I/O Devices. Control Logic And Internal Data Bus. Gibson. Related IEEE/IEE publications 12 . Mnemonics. Interfacing I/O Microprocessor. Addressing Modes. Addressable Memory. 8086 microprocessor & Architecture by Liu. 4. Serial Interface And UART. Instruction set. D/A & A/D Interface. TMH. Special I/O Devices. Microprocessor Architectural Concepts Review of 16-bit Microprocessor Architecture. Interrupts And DMA. Bray Pearson Education. Microprocessor Instructions And Communications Instruction Set. Word Lengths. Marks: 100 Time Allowed: 3 Hrs Note: Eight questions of equal marks to be set covering the whole syllabus and any five to be attempted. Parallel I/O Serial Communication. Microprocessor Speed. 3. Embedded Controllers by Berry B. Basic Instruction Types.PTU/BOS/EC/201/28-07-2004 EC-510 Advanced Microprocessor & Embedded Systems Max. Microprocessor I/O Data Communication. GPR’s. 2. Polling And Interrupts.

Marks: 100 Time Allowed: 3 Hrs Note: Eight questions of equal marks to be set covering the whole syllabus and any five to be attempted. Behavioral Modeling.. Mc. Structure of standard PLD’s Complex (PLD’s). Advanced Modeling concepts. User defined primitives. MTBF Clocking strategies. ROM. Complex PLD’s (CPLD). SDR. Graw Hill 4. PHI 3. Fletcher 5.by Charles. switch model. state assignments. programmable logic array (PLA).by William. structural. verification. 2.PTU/BOS/EC/201/28-07-2004 EC-511 VLSI Design Max. Introduction to Xilinx series. VHDL Need for HDL’s. Modeling of combinational and sequential circuits. H. Logic Operators. Charge Coupled Devices (CCD’s). state minimization. Mixed Modeling. 4. design of RAM. SRAM. tasks and functions. Roth. Sequential Machine Design State diagram. sequential logic. Related IEEE/IEE publications 13 . Programmable logic Devices Basic concepts. Jr. Fundamentals of Digital Design . Structural Modeling. 3. Design flow. I. meta-stability. Modeling of combinational logic. timing analysis of combinational and sequential circuits. data types. XC4000 family. Jaico Publishing House 2. overview of VHDL. Introduction to field programmable gate arrays-types of FPGA’s. Overview Overview of combinational and sequential circuits. Xilinx Xc9500. Data flow Modeling. design of mealy and Moore machines. Verilog HDL: Digital Design & Synthesis – by Samir Palnitker 6. FPGA. Verilog Verilog as HDL. 5. DRAM. HDL model abstraction-behavioral. Digital Design Principle & Practice – by John. Programmable Array Logic (PAL). VHDL Analysis & Modeling of Digital Systems – by Z Navabi. Implementation of Design in PLD’s. F. methods to eliminate meta-stability single synchronizer and double synchronizer. Books Recommended: 1. Approach to Digital Design . Wakerly. RTL. Documents of Xilinx] 7. Configurable logic Block (CLB) Input/ Output Block (IOB). 1. An Engg.

Performance Parameters. Books Recommended: 1. Parallel system. safety margins in critical Devices. Configurations. Stand by systems. calculation of failure rate. series parallel systems. By Dr. Marks: 100 Time Allowed: 3 Hrs Note: Eight questions of equal marks to be set covering the whole syllabus and any five to be attempted. 2.Aggarwal.A. Factors Affecting maintainability. 3. r out of n. 4. Data collection. Structure of value Engg. simulation and Reliability prediction. By Govil. Value Engineering Techniques in value Engg. Reliability function. Methods of tie set and cut sets of Or reliability evaluation. 6. Reliability Management. Hazard rate MTBF and their interrelations. Reliability Analysis. Reliability Data and Analysis Data sources. Maintainability and Availability Maintainability and its equation. Reliability Engg. Time dependence. Application of Weibill distribution.K. Overall reliability evolution. Reliability Engg. 1. Measure of Reliability. 1992. Concept of reliability Failures of systems and its modes. Quality and Reliability. Measures of Maintainability. Replacement processes and Policies. use of Reliability Data. case studies.PTU/BOS/EC/201/28-07-2004 EC-512 Reliability of Electronics & Communication Systems Max. 1992. Availability Intrinsic availability equipment availability & Mission availability. 5. Reliability Determination. 3. Measurement & prediction of Human Reliability. Monte Carlo method. System Reliability and Modeling Series systems. concepts of network topology. 2. Mean Down Time. Life Testing of Equipments Non-destructive tests. Reliability and safety. Related IEEE/IEE publications 14 . destruction tests and their Mathematic modeling.

5. 3. Video Conferencing. 6. Prentice Hall. Related IEEE/IEE publications 15 . AVI. MPEG Audio/ Video Standards. Books Recommended: 1. Compression Techniques Encoding and decoding techniques. Text compression techniques. High Speed Modems. Protocols and Standards. Channel encoding. Information representation. TIFF. Circuit switched Networks. Networks. Multimedia Information Representation Different types of multimedia information. Run length. Multimedia File Formats Various files formats for multimedia and their applications. Internet Resources. JPEG. Image compression techniques. World Wide Web The Internet. Challenges for encryption and decryption. Techniques. Marks: 100 Time Allowed: 3 Hrs Note: Eight questions of equal marks to be set covering the whole syllabus and any five to be attempted. 3. Enterprise networks. Huffman. Internet Multimedia Applications. BMP. Frame Relay. Multimedia Communications by Fred Halsall. Prentice Hall. Applications. Lossy/ Lossless compression. Audio/ Video Streaming. Digital Communication basics Source encoding. Packet switched networks.PTU/BOS/EC/201/28-07-2004 EC-513 Multimedia Communication Systems Max. ATM. Application Support Functions. Variable length. DFX. Multimedia Communications Introduction to various multimedia comm. 1. Entertainment Networks. Audio and Video Compression. 2. Standards for Multimedia Compression. PNG. 4. bandwidth and compression issues. 4. Digital Communication by Proakis. 2.

scalability analysis and approaches. Multithreaded and data flow architectures. Parallel program development and environments. Computer Architecture A Quantitative approach. MACH and OSF/1 for parallel computers. Program flow mechanisms. 1. Bell. 6. Software And Parallel Programming Parallel models. speedup performance laws. bus cache and shared memory . PRAM and VLSI models. "Designing Efficient Algorithms for Parallel Computers". 1993. Morgan Kaufman Publishers. 5. Principles of scalable performance . Hardware Technologies Processor and memory hierarchy advanced processor technology. 2. Books Recommended: 1.performance matrices and measures. McGraw Hill International. G. J. Related IEEE/IEE publications 16 .P. 4.PTU/BOS/EC/201/28-07-2004 EC-514 Parallel Processing Max.the state of computing. Scalable. memory hierarchy technology. Computer Structures. UNIX. M. Program and network properties Conditions of parallelism. Multiprocessors and Multicomputers and Multivectors and SIMD computers. superscalar and vector processors. McGraw Hill. 2. cache memory organisations. 1990. 1982. A. Patterson. William Stallings.. John L. parallel processing applications. 1994. 3. Quinn. Pipelining And Superscalar Technologies Parallel and scalable architectures. sequential and weak consistency models. Multiprocessor and Multicomputers. Architectural development tracks. Languages and compilers. Marks: 100 Time Allowed: 3 Hrs Note: Eight questions of equal marks to be set covering the whole syllabus and any five to be attempted. Kai Hwang. McGraw Hill International. Macmillan Publishing Company. "Advanced Computer Architecture". Inc. Multivector and SIMD computers.Theory Of Parallelism Parallel computer models . virtual memory technology. Newell. Hennessy and David A. Siewiorek. Principle and Examples. System interconnect architectures. D.backplane bus systems. 1990. 4. "Computer Organization and Architecture". shared memory organisations. Program partitioning and scheduling. 3.G.

Handshakes. and RS-449 communication interface. 6. Interface Standard I/O interfaces RS-232 C. Books Recommended: 1. GPIB signals and GPIB programming techniques operating system calls. DMA controller. Communication controllers. Bus system Bus systems in microcomputers ST 100 bus. Barney. Multi bus. PC based data acquisition system. I/O 2. PHI 5. 3. Design criterion with PCs Application of PC buses (ISA. dally. Student Reference Manual For Electronics Instrumentation Labs by Stanley wolf and Richard F. Controllers PID controllers. current loop interface. Peripherals Peripherals like CRT controller. Marks: 100 Time Allowed: 3 Hrs Note: Eight questions of equal marks to be set covering the whole syllabus and any five to be attempted.M. I/O and Interrupt map. 1.PTU/BOS/EC/201/28-07-2004 EC-515 Peripheral System Design & Interfacing Max. Automated test equipments etc. PCI Bus. William F. Interfacing A Laboratory Approach by Deonzo. EISA. 5. Programming methodology for input/output application. PHI. Interfacing PC to various cards. 2. Bus and their applications. Related IEEE/IEE publications 17 . 3. cross compilers. Smith. HP IB/GPIB Bus.Stepper motor milli volts. EISA. RS-232 D Centronics interface. Intelligent Instrumentation by George C. Riley. John Wilay and Sons 4. PHI. Instrumentation for Engg. VESA-VL) and associated signals. Simulator In circuit emulators. Milliamps. Measurement by James W. Development tools Microprocessor development system. Programmable logic controllers. PCI. 4. Programmable keyboard/Display interfaces and Associated circuitries.

Marks: 100 Time Allowed: 2hrs At least ten experiments are to be performed related to the subjects related to the subjects taught in 2nd semester. 18 .PTU/BOS/EC/201/28-07-2004 EC-516 Lab-II Max.

Analog & Digital Simulation. replication. transformations of random processes. Advantages & Limitations of Simulation. 3. PSpice Simulation of analog systems using PSpice 7. Simulation and modeling methodology Simulation environment. Case studies Case study of 64-OAM equalized digital radio link in a fading environment and satellite system. Modern Digital and Communication Systems by Lathi B. System.C. Discreet Event System Simulation – by Banks. generation of random variables using common distributions. Continuous & discrete LT systems. sampling & quantization for simulation 4. Plenum Press. Synchronization. Persian Edu. 5. RF and optical modulation demodulation. System Simulation – by DS Hira 4. variance reduction techniques. Real Time Simulation. Transformation functions. Noise interference and error. Nelson. Simulation of random variables & random processors. Introduction Concept of Simulation. base band modulation and mapping. 5. Related IEEE/IEE publications 19 . Jeruchim & Others. properties & testing of random numbers. Bounds and approximations of Random processes. Modeling of communication system Information sources encoding/decoding. Filtering communication channels and models. Univariat & Multivariat Models. Error sources in simulation. Marks: 100 Time Allowed: 3 Hrs Note: Eight questions of equal marks to be set covering the whole syllabus and any five to be attempted. elimination of initial bias. Carsen. 2. Control coding. design of simulation experiment – length of run. Books Recommended: 1. Review of signals and systems. Deterministic & Stochastic models. Hybrid Simulation. Spread spectrum techniques. Continuous & Discreet Models. Model. Performance evaluation techniques. Random Number Psedue Random Numbers. Asia. Steps in Simulation Study 2.P. Modeling consideration. 1. 3. Simulation of Communication Systems by M. Generation of random numbers. Types of Model. 6.PTU/BOS/EC/201/28-07-2004 EC-517 Modeling & Simulation of Communication Systems Max.

Introduction to monolithic microwave integrated circuits. Comparison of plane waves & transmission Line quantities. Terminated lines. Lumped-Element Equivalents of Lines. 4. stability criteria. Propagation constant. IMPATT diodes. Solution of wave equations. 2. Theory of Guided Electromagnetic waves by R. Constant power & gain circles. Stub Matching. BARITT diodes. The strip transmission Line. Waldron 3. Microwave filter design based on binomial and chebychev quarterwave transforms..PTU/BOS/EC/201/28-07-2004 EC-518 Microwave Theory and Techniques Max. Characteristics impedance and characteristics admittance. Power. Transmission line parameters. The Propagation of Waves on Transmission Lines: The wave equation. The Coaxial Line. Method of calculation. Mixers noise figure. Application of Conformal Mapping. Perturbation techniques & its application. The admittance matrix. Impedance & Admittance coupled cavity filters and other types. Demagnetizing Factors & Depolarizing Factors. Electromagnetic Waves Review of electromagnetic field equation and their rotation.Loaded Rectangular Guides. Line Connections. Hybrid integrated circuits. Books Recommended: 1. Open Circuited Line. Elementary Theory of Wave guides Review of rectangular & circular wave guides. Microwave measurements. Attenuation constant & phase constant. Field Theory of guided waves by R. Mixers. The ray leigh . Transmission Lines Matrix Representation of network: The impedance matrix. The Quarter-wave Transformer. Electric & Magnetic fields in ellipsoids. 1.Collin 2. 3. The Cascade matrix. Ferrite slabs in rectangular guides.E. Transited oscillators. Binomial Matching. Microwave components Microwave Amplifier: Design using s-parameter.C.A. Vvariation techniques & its application. Inhomogeneously Filled Wave guides: Dielectric Slab. Circular polarization. Dielectric constant of low loss & high loss material. Oscillators & Mixers: Gunn oscillators. Microwave Propagation & Techniques by D. TRAPATT diodes. Parametric amplifiers. The Parallel-Plate Line. Telegraphists' equations. Oscillator circuit. Related IEEE/IEE publications 20 . Excitation of different modes in a wave guide. Mixed analysis. Transmission: Line Application & Techniques. Marks: 100 Time Allowed: 3 Hrs Note: Eight questions of equal marks to be set covering the whole syllabus and any five to be attempted.Qitz method. Skin depth. Sarkar 4. Short circuited line.

Fourier transforms of random processes. K-L expansion & narrow band representations). stochastic integrals. 1. 4. Discrete and continuous time filters. stationary and non-stationary processes. PK. Minimax and Neyman-Pearson criteria.Viswamathan (PHI) 3. General gaussian problem. 2. Timebandwidth relationship: RMS duration and bandwidth. Detection and estimation theory Hypothesis testing. Introduction to Statistical Signal Processing with Application . Construction of orthogonal basis functions. Review of random processes Definition and classification. Ergodicity. Types of estimates and error bounds.by Hancock and Wintz. Detection of signals and noise . special random processes. orthogonal representation of signals.by MD Srinath.by HL Van Trees Wiley New York 2.Bayes. Wiener filters for random signals in white and coloured gaussian noise. Wiener-Levy processes. 4.PTU/BOS/EC/201/28-07-2004 EC-519 Detection & Estimation Theory Max. radar and sonar systems Books Recommended: 1. Optimum filtering Matched filters for deterministic signals in white and coloured gaussian noise. R. 3.by AD Whalen. Applications to communication. Detection and estimation in coloured noise. Signal detection theory . Statical communication theory Representation of deterministic signals. transformations of random processes by linear systems. Elements sequential and non-parametric detection. special random processes (white gaussian noise. Dimensionality of signal spaces. Marks: 100 Time Allowed: 3 Hrs Note: Eight questions of equal marks to be set covering the whole syllabus and any five to be attempted. Wiener-Hopf and Kalman filtering. Representation of random processes (via sampling. uncertainty relations. power spectral density. shot-noise processes Markov processes). 5. Rajasekran. correlation functions. Related IEEE/IEE publications 21 . Detection Estimation and Modulation Theory .

by Lee. Applications of CDMA in Wireless/Personal Communications . Cordless Systems and Wireless Local Loop Mobile IP and Wireless access protocol 4. Cellular Transmission Principles. Mobile Communication . Protocols and TCP/IP Suite 2. Wireless LANs Wireless LAN Technology.by V K Garg. Books Recommended: 1. GSM Logical Channels and Frame Structure. Speech Coding in GSM (Messages. Mobile Communication Schiller Prentice Hall 5. Voice Applications in CDMA System. CDMA Standards System Architecture for CDMA. Spread Spectrum Coding and Error Control 3.PTU/BOS/EC/201/28-07-2004 EC-520 Wireless and Mobile Communication Max. Cellular Communication Fundamentals. Signaling Applications in CDMA System. 6. Marks: 100 Time Allowed: 3 Hrs Note: Eight questions of equal marks to be set covering the whole syllabus and any five to be attempted. Communication Networks. IEEE 802. Wireless Communication Technology Antennas and Propagation Signal. GSM Architecture and Interfaces. K Smolik 2. Wireless Communication and Networks . Principles and Applications of GSM . Introduction Technical Background. 11 Wireless LAN standard. Network and Data Link Layers of CDMA. RF Engineering and Facilities Wireless Data. 5. Pearson 6. Transmission Fundamentals. Encoding Techniques. 1. Wireless Networking Satellite Communications.byV K Garg Prentice Hall 3. Related IEEE/IEE publications 22 .by Stallings 4. Services and Call Flows in GSM). Radio Link Features in GSM.

pass transistor. 2. stick diagram. and other system consideration. Marks: 100 Time Allowed: 3 Hrs Note: Eight questions of equal marks to be set covering the whole syllabus and any five to be attempted. inverter delay. Subsystem design & layout Architectural issues. clocked sequential circuits. Review of MOS technology Basic MOS transistors.PTU/BOS/EC/201/28-07-2004 EC-521 Microelectronics Technology Max. C-MOS inverters. Related IEEE/IEE publications 23 . propagation delays. And Eshrachian K (phi). super buffers. thermal aspects of processing. 3. enhancement and depletion model transistors. Electrical properties of MOS circuit Parameters of MOS transistors. 3. gate logic. limitations. area capacitance delay unit. 2. double metal single poly silicon C-MOS process. Allen PE & Strader ME (Mc graw hill 1990). switch logic. Design processes MOS layers. latch up on C-MOS circuits.by Geigar BR.by DA. 6. N-MOS inverter. MOS transistor circuit model. 1988. pull-up to pull down ratio for an N-MOS inverter. 4. N-MOS and CMOS processor. Basic circuit concepts Sheets resistance. Scaling of MOS circuits Scaling factor. design rules. and production of masks. examples of combinational logic. AWA OX C-MOS process description. VLSI design techniques for analog & digital circuit . Basic VLSI design systems & circuits . scaling of wires and inter connections Books Recommended: 1. 5. 1.

TCP/IP Suite by Forouzan. Intrusion Detection Systems. OSPF. Mapping Internet Addresses to Physical Addresses (ARP/ RARP). ICMP. Internetworking Internet as a virtual network. Structure of IP packets. Internet services. 2. 3. Concept of Firewalls. 2. gateways). Interconnection through IP gateway. Internetworking devices (routers. Managing Internet. Books Recommended: 1. Internetworking with TCP/IP vol-1 by Comer. Bootp). Internet Addresses Universal Identifiers. PHI. 3.PTU/BOS/EC/201/28-07-2004 EC-522 Internetworking and Internet Protocols Max. Three Primary Classes of IP Addresses. network and broadcast addresses. MAN. class less addressing. WAN. application level Internet connection. supernet/ subnet addressing. bridges. Security Issues Reliable Transactions and Security on Internet. 5. Data encryption. 4. Review of Underlying Technologies LAN. 1. History & scope. IPsec. TMH. Token Ring. routing algorithms. Determining Internet Addresses at Startup (DHCP. FDDI. SSL. Introduction and Overview The need of Internet. TCP/IP Internet. Gateway to Gateway Protocol (GGP). Internetworking concepts and architectural model. IP fragmentation. users view.25 and Internet layering. congestion control techniques. Protocol layering. Denial of Service Attacks. Exterior Gateway Protocol (EGP). 4. Related IEEE/IEE publications 24 . ARPANET. Protocol standardization. Marks: 100 Time Allowed: 3 Hrs Note: Eight questions of equal marks to be set covering the whole syllabus and any five to be attempted. difference between X. Addressing Conventions. Pearson. Ethernet Topology. PRO net technology. TCP/IP Illustrated by Stevan.

lumped and distributed circuit elements. Wireless applications. Antennas: Theory and Practice – by R Chatterjee 5. Remote sensing. Dipoles. high RF and microwave circuits. Reflectors. Lens antennas low frequency active antenna. Radmanesh (Pearson Education Asia) 2. Slot antennas. 2. Microwave Antenna Theory Concepts of radtrlion. mutual coupling. M. Radar. loaded Q. Books Recommended: 1. Antennas and wireless communication. RF Impedance Matching: The L-Network. S-parameters description of passive and active networks. 3. Impendence transformers: Tapped-C transformer. RF Electronic concepts Resonant circuits. the Absorption Method. arrays and phase arrays. Insertion loss. Network concepts: obstacles in wave guides. waveguide function. Horns. Related IEEE/IEE publications 25 . 1. and the Resonance Method. broad -band antenna. Antenna and Radio Wave Propagation – by RE Collin 4. 4. properties of RF and Microwaves. Introduction RF and Microwaves. Aperture Antennas. Navigation. Applications of RF/Microwave – Communications. Impedance transformation. Analysis of a simple circuit in Phasor domain. excitations of wave guides and cavities. Radio Frequency & Microwave Electronics-Mathew. Foundation of Microwave Engineering . printed antennas. Marks: 100 Time Allowed: 3 Hrs Note: Eight questions of equal marks to be set covering the whole syllabus and any five to be attempted. Tapped-L Transformer. RF and Microwave Circuit design Low RF Circuit design considerations.by RE Collin 3. Review of Maxwell equations.PTU/BOS/EC/201/28-07-2004 EC-523 RF Microwave and Antenna Theory Max.

Difference of a Polynomial. Everett’s Formula. Runga-Kutta Methods. Multisteps Methods.I. Bessel’s Formula. Hermite Interpolation. forward differences. Gaussian quadrature. Newton’s Formulae for interpolation. Finite element method. general error Formula 2. B.S Sastry. Central Difference. Numerical Methods By Dr. Solution of Laplace equation by Jacobi’s Methods. Weighted Residual Method. Numerical Mathematical Analysis. Newton’s General Interpolation Formula. Numerical Integration. Wiley Eastern 5. Grewal. Numerical solution of partial differential equations. Finite elements. J. Marks: 100 Time Allowed: 3 Hrs Note: Eight questions of equal marks to be set covering the whole syllabus and any five to be attempted.B. Predictor Corrector Methods. Simultaneous and Higher order equations. Jain. 3. Milne’s methods.K.PTU/BOS/EC/201/28-07-2004 EC-524 Computational Techniques Max. Errors in Numerical Calculation Introduction. Oxford 4. Central Difference. Absolute. Interpolation Formula. 1. McGraw Hill 2. Numerical Solution of differential Equations by M. Van Nostrand 6. Introduction to Finite Element Method. Scarborough. Simpson’s Rule. Adams.S. Variational Methods. Relative and percentage errors and their analysis. Prentice Hall of India 3. Gauss Central Difference Formulae. Interpolation Finite differences. Finite-difference approximation to derivatives. Wood Stock Publishing.D Conte. Two-point boundary value problems. Interpolation with unevenly spaced points: Lagrange’s. Introduction methods of Numerical analysis S. Symbolic Relations. Trapezoidal rule. Khanna Publisher 26 . Numerical Solution of Ordinary differential equations Initial value problems. errors. Application to boundary value problems Books Recommended: 1. Majid. Single-step methods. Elementary Numerical Analysis – S. Backward difference. By Desai & Abel.Bashforth Method. Numerical Differentiation. Introduction to Matrix & Numerical Methods By K. 7. Numbers and their accuracy. Stirling Formula.

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