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NAGARJUNA UNIVERSITY FACULTY OF ENGINEERING ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING Curriculum, Scheme of Examination and Syllabi For M.
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NAGARJUNA UNIVERSITY FACULTY OF ENGINEERING ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING Curriculum, Scheme of Examination and Syllabi For M.Tech Degree Program In
COMMUNICATIONS AND SIGNAL PROCESSING
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CSP 521 MOBILE COMMUNICATION CSP 522 SATELLITE COMMUNICATION CSP 523 REAL TIME SIGNAL PROCESSING CSP 524 SPEECH PROCESSING CSP 525 RANDOM PROCESS & INFORMATION THEORY CSP 526 ELECTIVE – II CSP 561 DSP LAB
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CSP 651 PROJECT 100 MARKS 02.Tech Degree Program In COMMUNICATIONS AND SIGNAL PROCESSING Being Offered at BAPATLA ENGINEERING COLLEGE THIRD SEMESTER S. Scheme of Examination and Syllabi For M. CSP 652 SEMINAR 75 MARKS .NAGARJUNA UNIVERSITY FACULTY OF ENGINEERING ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING Curriculum.NO SUBJECT TITLE EVALUATION (INTERNAL) 01.
NAGARJUNA UNIVERSITY FACULTY OF ENGINEERING ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING Curriculum.Tech Degree Program In COMMUNICATIONS AND SIGNAL PROCESSING Being Offered at BAPATLA ENGINEERING COLLEGE FOURTH SEMESTER S.NO SUBJECT TITLE EVALUATION CSP 661 01. Scheme of Examination and Syllabi For M. . PROJECT & VIVA VOCE 100 MARKS(INTERNAL) 200 MARKS(EXTERNAL) NOTE: Project Work starts at the beginning of the Third Semester. The Progress in the project is evaluated at the end of the Third and Fourth Semesters by the Department.
FSK and QAM. 2001. Direct sequence Spread Spectrum. nonselective fading.Sklar. PHI. Mary Modulation of PSK. Proakis. Duobinary signaling. UNIT IV Fading: Characterization of fading multipath channels. Tomasi. frequency. 2. UNIT II Spread spectrum modulation : PN sequence. Cipher systems. Linear Predictive coding. Diversity Techniques for fading multipath channels. UNIT III Encryption and Decryption: A model of the encryption and decryption process. 4.CSP 511 ADVANCED DIGITAL COMMUNICATION UNIT I Review of orthogonal signals (PSK.G. Noncoherent detection. Signal time spreading. Space diversity. 3. FSK). CDMA Synchronization of Spread Spectrum : Acquisition and Tracking. Modified Duobinary signaling. stream encryption and Public key encrypto system. phase diversity techniques. Feher. MSK. Digital Communications. K. J. frequency selective. Frequency hopping systems. McGraw Hill. PHI. Digital Communications. W. B. Wireless Digital Communication. Addison Wesley. Time variance of the channel caused by motion. . DPSK Probability of error ISI. Electronic Communication Systems : Fundamentals through Advanced. Performance of DSSS. Text Books: 1.
NonLinear Scattering Losses. Optical Fiber Communication McGraw Hill Shimada Setal Coherent Lightwave Communication Technology. Digital System Planning Considerations. UNIT – II OPTICAL SOURCES Semiconductor injection Laser. Text Books 1. Receiver Noise. FET PreAmplifiers. Optical Electronics. UNIT – IV ADVANCED OPTICAL SYSTEMS Fiber Optic Lans. Analog Systems. Cylindrical Fiber. SingleMode Fibers. Receiver Sensitivities. Chappman &Hall. UNIT – III OPTICAL FIBER SYSTEMS The Optical Transmitter Circuit. Protocol Architecture and Functional Working Solution Communication System. Linear Scattering Losses. Keiser G. LED Characteristics. Distribution Systems. NonSemiconductor Lasers. Receiver Structures. OPTICAL DETECTORS Semiconductor photoDiodes without Internal Gain. Fiber Bend Loss. 3. Intra modal Dispersion. Modulation Formats. Senior MJ Optical Fiber Communication PHI. Electromagnetic Theory for Optical propagation. PhotoConductive Detectors. Ghatak AK & Thyagarajan K. Fiber Amplifiers. Semiconductor PhotoDiodes with Internal Gain. 4. Detection Principles. Single Frequency Injection Laser. Demodulation Schemes. Material Absorption Losses in Silica Glass Fiber. Semiconductor Laser Amplifiers. Foundation Books . FDDI. Advanced Multiplexing Strategies. Overall Fiber Dispersion. 2. The Optical Receiver Circuit. Features Concepts. SONET.CSP 512 FIBER OPTIC COMMUNICATION UNIT – I OPTICAL FIBER WAVEGUIDES Ray Theory of Transmission. Inter modal Dispersion. LED Structures.
Inverse L.CSP 513 TRANSORMATION TECHNIQUES UNIT – I Orthogonal Signal Spaces. ROC. Pearson Education. Two Scale Relations.. Properties of STFT. Orthogonality in Complex Functions. Lathi 2.Bopardikar. Jaideva C. Lathi. Algorithms and Applications. Trigonometric & Exponential Fourier Series. Relations between Laplace. Asia References : 1. Orthogonal Functions. PR & QMF Filter Banks UNIT – IV MultiResolution Analysis (MRA).P. Energy and Power Spectral Density Functions UNIT – II Laplace Transforms. Properties. ROC. Goswami. Raghuveer M. B. Signal Processing and Linear Systems. Chan. Ztransorms. Concepts of Fourier Transforms. Properties and their Significance. their Relationship to Filter Banks. Signals and Systems.T UNIT – III ShortTimeFourier Transforms. Inverse CWT Introduction to the Discrete Wavelet Transforms and Orthogonal Wavelets.T. Rao. PR QMF Filter Banks Altermative Wavelet Representations Text Books : 1. Wavelet Transforms – Introduction to Theory and Applications. Properties of L. Continuous Wavelet Transforms (CWT).T. Berkley Cambridge 2. Inverse Z. Fundaments of Wavelets – Theory. Orthonormal Wavelets. B..P. Fourier and ZTransforms. Approximations of Functions by a Set of Murually. Ahit S. John Wiley & Sons . Andrew K. their Relationship to Filter Banks.
UNIT . Sampling Rate Conversion by a Rational Factor. Introduction to Digital Signal Processing PHI 4. Orfanadis S. Discrete Time Signal Processing PHI. Uniform DFT Filter Banks. Filter Bank implementation. Welch and Blackman. Applications of Interpolation and Decimation in Signal Processing Operations. Moving Average(MA) and ARMA Models Minimum Variance Method. Sampling Rate Converter as a Time Variant system.III POWER SPECIRAL ESTIMATION Estimation of Spectra from Finite Duration Observations of a Signal. PHI 2. Practical Systems for Decimators and Interpolators. Orfanadis S Optimum Signal Processing PHI . SubBand Processing. Text Books 1. MUSIC Method. Two Channel Filter Banks. Use DFT in power Spectral Estimation. Tree structured Filter Banks. Decimation by an Integer Factor. Sequential Estimation. Piscaranko's Harmonic Decomposition Method. Openheim AV & Schafer RW. Burg and Unconstructrained Least Squares Methods. LowPass and BandPass Filters. Algorithms and applications. UNIT . UNIT – IV PARAMETRIC METHOD OF POWER SPECTRUM ESTIMATION Parametric Methods for power spectrum estimation. Multistage Implementation of Sampling Rate Conversion. Turkey methods. Bartlett.CSP 514 ADVANCED DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING UNIT . sampling an signal reconstruction. the Period gram. Direct Form and PolyPhase FIR Structures with Time varying Coefficients.I MULTIRATE SIGNAL PROCESSING Introduction. Interpolation by an Integer Factor. AR(AutoRegressive) Process and Linear prediction. ProakisJG and Manolakis DG Digital Signal Processing Principles.II MULTRATE FIR FILTER DESIGN Design of FIR Filters for Sampling Rate Conversion. Decimated Filter Banks. YuleWalker. Comparison of performance of NonParametric Power Spectrum Estimation Methods. sampling Rate Conversion. 3. OctaveBand Filter Banks. Relationship between Auto Correlation and Model Parameters.
Inverse Filtering. Degradation Model for Continuous Functions. Rosefeld & Kak AC. PHI . UNIT . Addison Wesley Publishing Company 2.IV IMAGE SEGMENTATION AND REPRESENTATION The Detection of Discontinuities. Averaging of Images. Digital Picture Processing Academic press Inc 3. Gradient Operators. Fundamentals of Digital Image Processing. Fourier Descriptors. Differential Pulse Code Modulation. Image Encoding relative to a Fidelity Criterion. Low pass Filtering.I DIGITAL IMAGE FUNDAMENTALS Elements of Digital Image Processing System. Text Books 1. The FFT. Prosperities of DFT. Jain AK. Structure of the Human Eye. Effects of Digitalization. Walsh Transform. Combined Detection. Polygon Approximation. the Mapping. Transform Encoding. The Discrete Fourier Transforms. Median Filtering. Sampling and quantization of an Image. Thresholding. Hadmard Transform. IMAGE TRANFORMS Need for Image Transforms. Hoteling Transform. Discrete Formulation.CSP 515 DIGITAL IMAGE PROCESSING UNIT .Circulant Matrices. Run Length Encoding. Point Line and Edge Detections.II IMAGE ENHANCEMENT & RESTORATION Spatial Domain Methods Frequency Domain Methods. the Quantizer and the Coder. Histogram Modification Technique. Chain Codes.. Boundary Descriptors. Constrained and Unconstrained Restorations. Discrete Cosine Transform. UNIT – III IMAGE ENCODING Objective and Subjective Fidelity Criteria. Digitalization of Circulate and Block . Simple Descriptors. Base Relationship between Pixels. UNIT . Neighborhood averaging. Image Formation in the Eye and Contrast Sensitivity. Digital Image Processing. Constrained Least Square Restoration. Gonzalez RC & Woods RE. Image sharpening by Differentiation. Contour Encoding. Imaging Geometry photographic Film. High pass Filtering. Representation Schemes. Wiener Filter. Shape Numbers. the Encoding process.
Bidirectional associative memory Applications of neural networks : Optimization. Model Perceptron I carning. Problem solving simultaneous linear equations. importance of learning parameter and momentum term. radial basis functions. evaluation of neural networks UNIT – II Supervised learning – I: Single layer networks. McCulloch – Plus Neuron. Delta learning Widrow – Hoff learning rules. adaptive resonance theory. J. continuous and discrete. Backpropagation algorithm. B. Sanjav Ranka. New Delhi 4. Kohonen selforganizing networks. Neural network architectures. Tenram International 2.M. Artificial Neural Networks.CSP 516/1 ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORKS UNIT – I Introduction: History of Neural Networks. learning vector quantizers. Kishan Mehrotra. Chelkuri K. Hamming Net UNIT – IV Assoctative memories: Hebbian learning rule. Zurada Introduction to Artificial Neural Systems. Boltzman machines. Yegnanarayana. Adaline and modifications UNIT – III Supervised learning – II: Multi layer networks: Architectures. Travelling Salesman. linear seperability. Learning methods. Applications in pattern recognition and Image Processing Text Books 1. Madalines. Mohan. Waserman: Neural Computing – Theory and Practice . recurrent and associative memory. counter propagation networks. Grossberg layer. elements of Artificial Neural Networks. PHI. Hopfield networks. Structure and functions of biological and artificial neuron. out star learning. Jaico Publications 3. polynomial networks Unsupervised learning: Winner – Take – all learning.
Optimum Signal Processing – An Introduction.Adaptive filter Theory . Normal Equation . Performance Function.Squared Error. Method of Steepest Descent. Sophocles J. Learning Curves. Gradient and MeanSuare Error. Identification as a Kalman Filtering Problem Text Books: 1. PH References : 1. Gradient Search by Newton’s Method. Initial Conditions. Recursive Mean Square Estimation for Scalar Random Variables. Minimum – Mcan. Summary of Kalman Filters. Estimation of State using the Innovation Process. Cancelling Echoes in Long Distance Telephone Circuits. Desired Responses. LMS Adaptation Algorithms. Comparison of Learning Curves LMS Algorithms – Overview. S. UNIT – III Searching the Performance Surface – Methods and Ideas of Gradient Search Methods. Asia 2.CSP 516/2 ADAPTIVE SIGNAL PROCESSING UNIT – I Adaptive Systems :Definitions. Statement of Kalman Filtering Problem. Winer –Hopf Equations. Orfamidis . Applications. Stability and Rate of Convergence. Principle of Orthogonality .Characteristics. Error Performance . Adaptive Beam Forming Kalman Filtering Theory – Introduction. PH/Pearson Education. Weight Vectors. Thomas Alexander – Adaptive Signal Processing – Theory and Applications. Innovation Process. Filtering. Variants of the Kalman Filtering the Extend Kalman Filtering. Bernand Widrow – Advaptive Signal Processing. 2nd Edition. Convergence of LMS Algorithms UNIT – IV Applications – Noise Cancelling. Stability and Performance Analysis of LMS Algorithms. Example of an Adaptive System. Gradient Searching Algorithm and its Solution. Simon Haykins . Springer – Verlag . The Adaptive Linear Combiner: Description. LMS Gradient and Stochastic Algorithms.Problem Statement . McGraw Hill 2. UNIT – II Approaches to the Development of Adaptive Filter Theory: Introduction to Filtering Smoothing and PredictionLinear Optimum Filtering .
Microwave Engineering. Ginzton. Measurement of scattering coefficients. Basic Microwave Techniques and Laboratory Manual. D. Use of Smith chart in impedance measurements. 1987 2. Microwave Engineering.L. Rizzi. Annapurna Das & Sisir K Das. 1987 4. Dielectric Measurement for Solids UNIT – III Measurements on Microwave circuits and components. Equivalent circuit of the cavity wave meters. Sisodia & GS Raghuvanshi. PHI. Interpolation method. thermistor. Graphical determination of scattering coefficients. substitutionmethod. Typical barrette elements. Typical wavemeters. scattering coefficient method. Additive frequency method UNIT – II Measurement of Impedance : Constructional details of slotted section and its limitations.L. Mc Graw Hill 2. Microwave Technology. TMH. Polarization Measurements Text Books 1. Dennis Roddy. standing wave detector. Antenna gain measurements. Extending the range of Bolometer devices.CSP 516/3 MICROWAVE MEASUREMENTS UNIT – I Measurement of wavelength and frequency. 1986 . Coupling and Directivity of directional coupler UNIT – IV Measurement of Attenuation : Insertion of Power ratio method. M. Techniques in standing wave detector measurements.. John Wiley. Antenna impedance Measurements. T and P network. E. Errors in standing wave detector impedance measurements. Reflectometers Measurement of Power : Methods of power measurement. Resonant cavities Methods of Frequency Measurements : Direct measurement. Prentice Hall. Location of voltage minims. 1998 Reference Books : 1. Measurement of low & high VSWR. P. Microwave Measurements. Return Loss Antenna Measurements : Measurement of radiation patterns. Pozar. bolometer bridge circuits. Microwave Engineering Passive Circuits. 2000 3. Wiley Eastern. Crystal Detector.M.
Time Division Multiplexing of signals & Framing in the TDM 2. Study of Cellular communication Systems 12. Measurement of various losses in an Optical Fiber 5. Forming a PC to PC Communication Link using Optical Fiber and RS 232 interface 4. Measure the Scattering parameters of the devices: Circulator & Hybrid TEE 8. Study of Antenna Radiation Patterns of EPlane and Hplane radiation patterns of a Pyramadal horns 9. Study of Manchester Coder – Decoder 3. Measurement of Qfactor of cavity resonator 11. Study of Optical Time Domain Reflecto meter 7. Study of Satellite communication Receiver . Comparative study of EMI in copper and Optical media 6.CSP551 COMMUNICATION LAB List of Experiments 1. Study of spectrum analyzer 10.
Singal Penetration into Buildings. Interference and System Capacity.. Wireless Data Services. Wireless data networking. Ground Reflection.CSP 521 MOBILE COMMUNICATION UNIT . KIuwer academic 1996. Review of the Multiple Access techniques for Wireless Communication. TS Rappaport. Trunking and Grade of Service. Practical Link Budget Design Using Path Loss Models. . Rayleigh and Ricean Distributions. Cellular Telephone Systems Modern Wireless Communication Systems: Second generation cellular networks. 1995.I Introduction – Evaluation of Mobile Radio Communication. Theory of Multipath Shape Factors for SmallScale Fading Wireless Channels. Channel Assignment Strategies.III Mobile Radio Propagation: SmallScale Fading and Multipath : SmallScale Multipath Propagation. Wireless Local Area Networks (WLAN). Relating Power to Electric Field. GE Stuber. The Three Basic Propagation Mechanisms. Indoor Propagation Model (Partition Losses (Same Model ) & Partition Losses between Floors). Examples of Fading Behavior. Improving Coverage & Capacity in Cellular Systems Mobile Radio Propagation: LargeScale Path Loss: Introduction. Revisiting Classical Channel Models with Shape Factors UNIT – IV Review of the Modulation Techniques for mobile radio. Digital Communication. 3. SecondOrder Statistics Using Shape Factors. J G Proakis. Applying Shape Factors to Wideband Channels. third generation networks. Parameters of Mobile Multipath Channels. Bluetooth & Personal Area Networks UNIT – II The Cellular Concept – System Design Fundamentals : Introduction. Frequency Reuse. Impulse Response Model of a Multipath Channel. Priniciples of Mobile Communications. Ray Tracing and Site Specific Modeling UNIT . Diffraction Scattering. wireless communications: principles and practice. Global System for Mobile(GSM) Text Books: 1. Mobile Radio Systems around the world. Types of Small Scale Fading. AMPS. Reflection. Examples of Wireless Communication Systems: Paging systems. Free Space Propagation Model. Handoff Strategies. SmallScale Multipath Measurements. Outdoor Propagation Models(Longley_Rice Model & Durkin’s Model_ A Case Study). Pearson education 2nd edition. Wireless Local Loop (WLL) LMDS. Statistical Models for Multipath Fading Channels. 2. McGraw Hill. Cordless Telephone Systems.
spacecraft Antennas Satellite Link Design System Noise temperature and 'G/T ratio .CSP 522 SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS UNIT . Tracking.IV Very small Aperture Terminal Networks VSAT Technologies . Satellite Communications . Satellite transponder. Pratt and C. Power system.III Earth Station Technology Earth Station Design. Digital Satellite Communication by Tri T.Multi access and Networking Network Error Control . UNIT .I Introduction Orbital aspects of Satellite Communications .Look Angle and Orbit determinations Orbital effects in communication system Performance Space craft subsystems AOCS. Estimating channel requirements.C.by Dr.Tree algorithm. Mobile Satellite Networks Operating Environment . Bostian. 2.Design of downlink. performance of Block error correction Codes. TDMA. D. TT& C. Electronic Communication Systems by Tomasi. W .Design of satellite links for specified C/N UNIT . Uplink . Small earth station Antennas.Practical Demand Access systems.MSAT Network concept .Network Configurations . Design of Large Antennas.II Multiple Accesses FDMA.slotted ALOHA Packet Reservation . CDMA. Multiple Access With on board processing Encoding and forward error correction for Digital Satellite links Error detection and correction capabilities of Linear Block codes. Agarwal 2.Polling VSAT Networks. Implementation of error Detection on satellite links. Message transmission by TDMA Pure ALOHA: Satellite packet switching .W. UNIT . Text Books 1. Satellite Packet Communications: Message transmission by FDMA: The M/G/1 Queue. Binary Cyclic codes. Ha (2 ed ) Reference: 1.CDMA MSAT Network. Satellite Communications by T. Equipment for earth station.
Effects of finite word registers UNIT – III Key features of TMS 320 C54XX. Motivation of the specialized processors. Comparison between general purpose and DSP processors. UNIT – II Numeric representation and Arithmetic Fixed point vs floating point. 1999 2. Text Books: 1. Realtime Signal Processing. TMS 320C54XX. Chand & Co. native data word width. Ackenhhusin. structural levels of processing. Adaptive filters and multirate filters IIR filters. architecture and addressing modes UNIT – IV Important Instruction set of TMS 320 C54XX UNIT – V Implementation of Digital Filters on DSP Processors – FFT. Prentice Hall of India. Relation between data word size and Instruction word size. Amit Sheham. Digital Signal Processing and DSP systems. User’s guide . Phil Lapsley. FIR filters. Examples of digital signal processors. Jeff Bier. John G.CSP 523 REALTIME SIGNAL PROCESSING UNIT – 1 Real time concepts.. DSP Processor Fundamentals – Architecturs and Features: S. New Delhi 3.
window considerations. L. Douglas O Shaughnessy. Discretetime signals and systems. polezero LPC models Cepstral analysis – Mathematical details. Frequency analysis. Owens. evaluating the similarity of speech patterns. features that distinguish speakers. Speech Communications. Viterbi algorithm. articulatory phonetics. magnitude. second Edition. spectral estimation. short time energy.Schafer. acoustic phonetics Shorttime speech analysis – windowing. digital Processing of speech signals. computation of LP coefficients. pitch estimation using time domain and shorttime spectral techniques UNIT – III Speech enhancement – Nature of interfering sounds. formant estimation and tracking UNIT – II Linear predictive coading (LPC) analysis – Basic principles. spectral and temporal variability UNIT – IV Hidden Markov Model (HMM) for speech recognition. applications of the capstrum.W. parametric representation of speech. language and accent identification Text books : 1.R Rabiner and S. training and testing using HMMs. spectral subtraction.CSP 524 SPEECH PROCESSING UNIT – I Introduction – Signal and Linear Systems. speech enhancement techniques. Signal Processing of Speech 2. enhancement by resynthesis Automatic speech recognition – Basic pattern recognition approaches. 2000 2. emphasizing low frequencies. language models Speaker recognition – Recognition techniques. Frequency domain analysis – filter banks. filters Speech production and acoustic phonetics – Anotomy and psysiology of speech organs. system design. zerocrossing rate and auto correlation function. adapting to variability in speech. signal – analysis in time domain. Melscale capstrum. PHI . Digital Signal Processing. spectra of windows. Dellar and Proakis. Oxford University Press. Prentice Hall References : 1.
Representation of a Narrowband Noise in terms of Envelope and Phase Components. PROBABILITY AND RANDOM VARIABLES PEBBELS 4. WSS Periodic processes. Mean. Mutual information. Transmission of a Random Process through a Linear Timeinvariant Filter. Channelcoding theorem. Mathematical definition of a Random Process. Information capacity theorem. KarhunenLoeve Expansion. Entropy. Narrowband Noise. Rate Distortion theory. Discrete Memoryless channels. Data compaction. Implications of the information capacity theorem. Information capacity of colored Noise channel. RANDOM VARIABLES AND STOCASTIC PROCESSES PAPOOLIS . and Covariance Functions. Conditional Expectations. Data Compression. Stationary Processes. Expected value of a Random Variable. Further results on m. WOODS. Joint Moment. 3"° PEA 2. Band limited processes.) calculus. Properties of Uncorrelated Random Variables. Probability Density Function(PDF). Representation of Band limited and Periodic Processes. Power Spectral Density. 4TH Ed 3. Sine Wave and Narrow Band Noise. Correlation. Stochastic Integrals. Band pass Random Processes. Text Books: 1. Jointly Gaussian Random Variables. Moments. UNIT –IV INFORMATION THEORY Uncertainty. Representation of Narrowband Noise in terms of Inphase and Quadrature Components.s. Fourier series for WSS processes. UNIT –II RANDOM PROCESSES Introduction.CSP 525 RANDOM PROCESS AND INFORMATION THEORY UNIT –I RANDOM VARIABLES Definition of Random Variable.s. Stochastic Differential Equations. Channel capacity. m. Functions of Random Variables. m. Ergodic Processes. Stochastic Continuity and Derivatives. Differential Entropy and Mutual information for continuous Ensemble.s. Noise. Conditional and Joint Distribution and Densities. Probability of Distribution Function. UNIT –III ADVANCED TOPICS IN RANDOM PROCESSES Mean square (m. Convergence. PROBABILITY AND RANDOM PROCESSES HENRY STARK JOHN W. PROBABILITY.s. Determining the PDF of Y = g(X). COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS SIMON HAYKIN. Information. Gaussian Process. Source Coding Theorem.
Maximum. Parity Check Matrix. Wozencrafts Sequential Decoding algorithm UNITIV BCH Codes: Description of the Codes. Minimum Distance and BCH Bounds.CSP 526/1 CODING THEORY AND TECHNIQUES UNIT – I Source Coding : Mathematical models of Information.. Average and Mutual Information and Entropy. Perfect Codes UNIT – III Cycle Codes : Algebraic Structure of Cyclic Codes. Implementation of Error Correction Text Books : 1. Binary Cyclic Code Properties. Simplified Algorithm for Finding Error Location Polynomial for Binary BCH Codes. Implementation of Galds Field Arithmetic.Graw Hill Publications 2. Generated Matrix. Proakis. Concept of Modified Iluffman Code for Facsimile Transmission. Cyclic Hamming Codes Convolutional Codes: Encoding of Convolutional Codes. coding for Discrete memoryless Sources. Systematic Linear Block Codes. Iluffman Code. Syndrome Computation and Error Detection. Digital Communications – John G. Properties of Codes. Mc. Encoder Implementation of Linear Block Codes. Viterbi Algorithm. Costello. Graw Hill Publications . Error Correcting Coding Theory – By Man Young Rhee. Encoding in Systematic Form. State Diagram. Structural Properties of Convolutional Codes. LempelZiv Codes UNIT – II Channel Coding : Introduction to Linear Block Codes. Syndrome Testing. JR. Error Detecting and Correcting Capability of Linear Block Codes. Likelihood Decoding of Convolutional Codes. Run Length Codes. Probability of an Undetected Error for Linear Codes Over a BSCWeight Enumerators and MacWilliams Identities. Tree Diagram. Berlckamp’s Algorithm for Finding Error Location Polynomial. Error Control Coding – Fundamentals and Applications by SHU LIN and Daniel J. Prentice Hall Inc Reference : 1. Trellis Diagram. Digital Communications – Fundamentals and Applications by Bernard Sklar. A Logarithmic Measure of Information. Mc. Pearson Education Asis 2. Hamming Codes. Decoding of Cyclic Codes. Decoding Procedure for BCH Codes.
FU KS Sequential methods in pattern recognition and machine learning. Dichotomies. 1968 . Unsupervised learning UNIT – IV Elements of synthetic pattern recognition.CSP 526/2 PATTERN RECOGNITION UNIT – I Introduction and basic concepts. Pattern Classification and Scene Analysis. Wiley 1973 3.L expansion. Supervised learning UNIT – II Deterministic approach and statistical approach. Addison Wesley press. 1974 2. Bayes decision theory and likelihood functions UNIT – III Feature selection. Recent development in Pattern recognition and digital techniques. Sequential and fuzzy pattern recognition Text Books 1. Linear decision functions. Classification by distance functions. Pattern Recognition. Duda & Hart. February. JT & Gonzalez RC. Ton.. 1977 4. K. ECE Dept.. Academic press.
radar Ambiguity Function – Principles. Types. Radar Environmental Diagram. Artech House. Target Detection. Examples. M. Perfect words and Codes. Random Binary coding. radar Signal Processing and Adaptive Systems. Linear FM pulses. Desirability of Range – Doppler Ambiguities Phase Coding Techniques : Principles. Design Criteria. 1999 3. Capabilities. Sequential Observer. false alarm sensitivity and introductions to CFAR Technique. Skolnik. Noise and Clutter Performances UNIT – IV Linear FM and Frequency Coding Techniques: Principles. Uncertainty Relation UNIT – III Signal Processing & Waveform Selection – 1I : Transmit Waveforms. wnd ed. Discrete Frequencies. McGrawHill 4. Radar Detection with Noise. Distortion effects on LFM Signals. Maximal Length Binary Codes. Cross correlation Receiver Detection Criteria. Maximum Likelihood Function. Matched Filter Receiver. Matched Filter and Correlation Function. Resolution properties of Frequency Coded Pulses Text Books: 1. loss factors. Skolnik (ed.) Radar Hand Book. Ramon Nitzberg. Properties. Resolution and Clutter . McGraw Hill. Likelihood. 1992 .CSP 526/3 RADAR SIGNAL PROCESSING UNIT – I Introduction – Radar functions and Applications. Correlation Detection. Optimization. Inverse Probability Criterion. Neyman Pearson Observer. Introduction to Radar Systems. Ideal Observer. First Edition (1969) 2. Basic Surveillance Radar – Implementation Radar Engineering Equation – Parameters. Resolution Cell and Measurement Accuracy. Radar Design Principles – Signal Processing and the Environment .E. Ambiguity Function for PR Sequences. Effect of Transmitted waveform. Ration. Efficiency of Practical Filters. Waveform Analysis. Jamming. Analog and Digital Schemes. Binary periodic Sequences. Volume Clutter and Area Clutter. Nathanson. Poly Phase Codes. Decoding Techniques. Matched Filter Processing (with examples). M. Basics of CACFAR processor.I. Ambiguities in Range and Doppler UNIT – II Signal Processing & Waveform Selection – 1 : Introduction. Detection Probability. Generation and Decoding. F.I. McGrawHill.
Implementation JP&G algorithm for image compression 9. Implementation of Edge Detection Techniques using DSP processor 2. Development of Digital Data Descoraubler for speech an audio signal 4. Implementation of Digital filters for real time applications 8. Design and implementation of Digital Filters 7. Application Development using DSP processor for Multi channel telephony system 12. Implementation of convolution encoder 5. Development of Digital Data Scrambler for speech signals 3.CSP 561 DSP LAB 1. Implementation of convolution veterbi decoder 6. Implementation of Adaptive filters 10. Application Development for voice recognizing systems using DSP processors . Implementation real time system for biomedical signal using DSP processors 11.