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B.TECH V SEMESTER ANTENNA AND WAVE PROPAGATION ECE-301 L 3 T P 1 Time TheorySessionalCredit3 Hrs 60 40 3.

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OBJECTIVE: This course is meant to orient the students to takeoff in the areas of Antenna & wave propagation. Thereby facilitating the students to go for advanced study in the area of microwave & radar communication. UNIT – I ANTENNA BASICS AND TERMINOLOGY: Radiation and induction fields. Radiation from elementary dipole (Hertzian dipole) half wave dipole, Antenna parameters: Radiation resistance, Radiation pattern, Beam width, Gain, Directivity, Effective height, Effective aperture, Bandwidth and Antenna Temperature. UNIT – II RADIATING WIRE STRUCTURES: Folded dipole, Biconical Antenna, Loop Antenna, Helical Antenna, Antennas for receiving and transmitting TV Signals e.g. Yagi-Uda and Turnstile Antennas. . ANTENNA ARRAYS : Principle of pattern multiplication, Broadside arrays, Endfire arrays, Array pattern synthesis, Uniform Array, Binomial Array, Chebyshev Array. UNIT – III APERTURE TYPE ANTENNAS: Radiation from rectangular aperture, E-plane Horns, Hplane Horns, Pyramidal Horn, Lens Antenna. BROADBAND AND FREQUENCY INDEPENDENT ANTENNAS: Broadband Antennas. The frequency independent concept: Ramsey’s principle, Frequency independent planar log spiral antenna, Frequency independent conical spiral antenna and Log periodic antenna. UNIT – IV PROPAGATION OF RADIO WAVES: Different modes of propagation, Ground waves, Space waves, Surface waves and Troposphere waves, Ionosphere, Wave propagation in the ionosphere, critical frequency, Maximum Usable Frequency (MUF), Skip distance, Virtual height, Radio noise of terrestrial and extra terrestrial origin. TEXT/REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. 2. 3. Collin, Robert E. , “Antenna Radiowave Propagation”, McGraw Hill,1985 Kraus John D., “Antennas”, 2nd Edition, McGraw Hill, 1988. Jordan Edward C. and Balmain Keith G, “Electromagnetic Waves and Radiating Systems”, 2nd Edition, Prentice Hall of India,1997

Note: Paper setter is requested to set eight questions in total setting two questions from each unit. Students are required to answer any five questions selecting at least one question from each unit. All questions carry equal marks.

All questions carry equal marks. User interface design. “Computer System Architecture”. subtraction . 2nd Edition. Tata McGraw Hill. Prentice Hall of India.5 OBJECTIVE: This course provides essential ingredients for application of information technology & computers in various electronic & communication industries. Students are required to answer any five questions selecting at least one question from each unit. Magnetic tape memories. Testing and Debugging. Virtual memories. Array Processors. Associative memory.introduction –The Process. Coding standards and Best practices-Introduction to C Programming. Magnetic disk memories. 1997. .L 3 T P 1 - B. P. Structure of general purpose multiprocessors. System SoftwareAssembler-loaders and linkers-Compilers and interpreters. classification of Parallel structures.1988 Mano Morris M.TECH V SEMESTER APPLICATION OF COMPUTER ESSENTIALS IN INDUSTRY ECE-303 Time TheorySessionalCredit- 3 Hrs 60 40 3. Central Processing Unit-Execution cycle-Instruction categories-measure of CPU performance. “Computer Architecture & Organisation”.Forms of Parallel processing. Code reviews System Development Methodologies. interleaved memory. Memory organization. Optical memories. multiplication and division . 3rd Edition. Operating system-Introductionmemory management schemes.Software developments model. Process management Scheduling-Threads UNIT-II PROCESSOR DESIGN: Fixed point and floating point arithmetic addition. UNIT – I FUNDAMENTALS OF COMPUTER ARCHITECTURE: Introduction-Organization of small computer. UNIT-IV PROBLEM SOLVING WITH ALGORITHMS: Programming styles. Memory-Input/Output devices-Bus-Addressing modes.. Hayes J.Decimal arithmetic operations . Random access memories: Serial access memories. Note: Paper setter is requested to set eight questions in total setting two questions from each unit.Elements of UI design & reports TEXT/REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. Cache memory. UNIT-III MEMORY ORGANIZATION: Memory device characteristics.. 2.

FET differential amplifiers. circuit stability. Level translators. Basic Comparators. Differential i/p & o/p amplifier. compensating network. close loop frequency response. UNIT-III OP-AMP APPLICATION : DC & AC amplifiers. Current Mirrors.K. Schmitt trigger.R. “OP-AMP and linear integrated circuits”. Khanna Publications. “Integrated circuits”.. BOTKAR. universal active filters. slew rate. frequency response of compensating & non compensating Op-amp. summing. Constant current bias. active filters & oscillators. A.TECH V SEM LINEAR IC & ITS APPLICATIONS ECE-305 L 3 T P 1 Time TheorySessionalCredit3 Hrs 60 40 3. averaging & instrumentation amplifier. wave shaping circuits. 9th edition. astable operations) & its applications. Operational amplifier. GAYAKWAD Ramakant. very high input impedance circuit.8038 IC. open loop gain v/s Frequency. voltage series feedback.B. Students are required to answer any five questions selecting at least one question from each unit. Practical opamp. its equivalent circuit and Op-amp circuit configuration. UNIT-I DIFFERENTIAL & CASCADE AMPLIFIER: Differential amplifier & its circuit configuration. TEXT BOOK: 1. All questions carry equal marks. Prentice Hall of India. Peaking amplifiers. differential amplifier. scaling. high frequency op-amp equivalent circuit. PLL. voltage shunt feedback. power amplifier. UNIT -II OP-AMP WITH NEGATIVE FEEDBACK & FREQUENCY RESPONSE: Block diagram representation of feedback amplifier. Characteristics.2000 Note: Paper setter is requested to set eight questions in total setting two questions from each unit. 3rd ed. voltage to current converter. integration & differentiation circuit. Cascade configuration of amplifiers. Introduction to ideal op-amp. 1995 REFERENCE BOOK: 1. current to voltage converter.5 OBJECTIVE: This is the first course in area of integrated circuit application which provides suitable stepping a stone to go head in the field of latest integrated circuit & applications. . parameters. UNIT-IV SPECIALIZED LINEAR IC APPLICATIONS: 555 timer IC (monostable.

B. Oppenheim Alan. Students are required to answer any five questions selecting at least one question from each unit. Vallavraj A & Grananpriya C.5 OBJECTIVE: This course is intended to make a student versatile in the area of MATLAB providing adequate employment potential to students. “Digital Signal Processing”. . Prentice Hall of India.307 L 3 T P 1 Time TheorySessionalCredit3 Hrs 60 40 3. “Digital Signal Processing: Principles”. DESIGN OF IIR FILTERS: Impulse Invariance Technique. 10th edition. Note: Paper setter is requested to set eight questions in total setting two questions from each unit. “Digital Signal Processing”. Proakis John G. Design of IIR Filters Using Butterworth. DSP Applications. Algorithms & Applications. Bilinear transformation. Discrete Fourier Transform and its Properties. 3rd edition. Comparison of IIR & FIR filters. TEXT /REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. Chebyshev and Elliptic filter. Frequency sampling Technique. 4. Digital Frequency Transformation. 2003 2. Tata McGraw Hill. 1999. Fast Fourier Transform Decimation In Time and Decimation In Frequency Algorithm . UNIT-II REALIZATION OF DIGITAL SYSTEMS: Direct Form. Direct Form. Prentice Hall of India. Ifeacher EC and Jarvis BW. UNIT-III DESIGN OF FIR FILTER: Window Technique. one sided Z-transform.. Salivahan S . UNIT-IV DSP PROCESSOR: Introduction to fixed point and floating point processors and their architecture. 2003. TM S320C50 Architecture. Signal Flow Graphs and Transposed Form. Linear Constant Coefficient Difference Equation. Cascade Form and Parallel Form Realization of IIR System. SchurCohn Stability Test. UNIT -I DISCRETE TIME SIGNALS: Linear Time Invariant Systems.TECH V SEMESTER DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING ECE. Cascade Form and Lattice Structures for FIR System. Stability and Causality.. All questions carry equal marks. “Digital signal processing” 3. Z-Transform & its Properties . Manolakis Dimitris G. Inverse Z-Transform.V.

Example of 8085 based Microcomputer system. EEROM & NOVRAMinterfacing memory.. Memory Input & Output devices. TEXT/ REFERENCE BOOKS: 1) Gaonkar Ramesh S. counting & indexing.. Timing of RAM & ROM signals. Brief introduction to assembler Directives UNIT-III MEMORY INTERFACING: S/C memory & its types –static & dynamic RAM. Hardware and software interrupts.5 OBJECTIVE: This course exposes the students with application of integrated circuits to achieve exiting aims in area of microelectronic technology & microcontroller.TECH V SEMESTER MICROPROCESSOR ECE. UNIT-I MICROPROCESSOR ARCHITECTURE: Internal architecture of 8085 Microprocessor & its operations. disabling and masking of interrupt. Instruction classification & format.Arithmetic. 1997 2) Hall Douglas V. UNIT-II INTRODUCTION OF 8085 & ASSEMBLY LANGUAGE PROGRAMMING: Addressing Modes. Interfacing A/D & D/A converters. Penram International. Students are required to answer any five questions selecting at least one question from each unit. Basic Concepts. INTERFACING PERIPHERALS AND APPLICATIONS: Parallel input output interfacing . enabling. . ROM. 3rd edition.Programming Techniques. 1983 Note: Paper setter is requested to set eight questions in total setting two questions from each unit. UNIT-IV DATA TRANSFER SCHEMES: Methods of Data transfer-Programmed data transfer schemes namely synchronous-asynchronous & interrupt driven methods. internal Data operations and 8085 registers. 8085 interrupts. “Microprocessor Architecture. Programming & Applications”. EPROM etc. Data transmitter. Tata McGraw Hill. “Microprocessor & Interfacing” 2nd edition.309 L 3 T P 1 Time TheorySessionalCredit3 Hrs 60 40 3. stack ..interfacing SRAM. EPROM. All questions carry equal marks. types of instruction. branch. DRAM. interfacing output displays & input key board. logic. Looping. input output ports using latches and buffers.B.

Random Variables. Rate of Information . Minimum Distance Consideration. Sources Coding Theorem . Transformation of Random Variables. UNIT-I PROBABILITY AND RANDOM PROCESSES: Introduction. Transmission of Random Process Through a Linear Filters. 1995. TEXT BOOKS: 1.Channel Capacity. BCH Codes. Joint Entropy and Conditional Entropy . “Principles of Digital Communication: Signal Representation. Galois Field.5 OBJECTIVE: This subject is aimed to make a student conversant in field of information theory & coding which is actually providing a student background for taking up research work in the field of communication engineering and other areas. Mullick & Chartterjee.(ELECTIVE-I) B. Binary Erasure Channel (BEC). Binary Channel . Multiple Error Correcting Codes . UNIT-III ERROR CORRECTING CODES: Introduction . Power Spectral Density.TECH V SEMESTER INFORMATION THEORY AND CODING ECE-311 L 3 T P 1 Time TheorySessionalCredit3 Hrs 60 40 3. Huffman Coding . All questions carry equal marks. Entropy.Burst Error Correcting Codes. Vector Spaces & Matrices . Symmetric Channel . 2005 Note: Paper setter is requested to set eight questions in total setting two questions from each unit. Mean. Students are required to answer any five questions selecting at least one question from each unit.Coding Efficiency. Two Dimensional Codes. “Communication Systems” .P. Shannon’s Theorem . Syndrome Decoding. Probability Theory. UNIT-IV ERROR CONTROL CODING: Introduction. Ergodicity. . Das. Detection. Code Tree . Maximum Likelihood Decoding of Convolutional Codes. Random Processes. Cascaded Channel . Free Distance of Convolutional Code. Tata Mcgraw Hill Ltd. “Communication System Analog and Digital”. UNIT-II INFORMATION THEORY: Introduction. Stationary processes. The Viterbi Algorithm. Mutual Information . Markov Processes. John Wiley & Sons 1996. Trellis and State Diagram. and S.D. Binary Cyclic Codes. Shannon Fano Coding. Gaussian Process . Unit of Information . ARQ. Convolutional Coding. New Age International Publication. Haykin Simon.Sapre.Block Code. Statistical Averages. Channel Coding Theorem. Correlation and Covariance Functions. Binary Symmetric Channel (BSC) . 2. REFERENCE BOOK: 1. Singh R. Estimation & Information Coding”. Noise Free Channel .

Open and Closed loop systems and its various elements. D/A conversion. Op-amp.Signal conditioning process.. . 2003 2. 2003 Note: Paper setter is requested to set eight questions in total setting two questions from each unit. Developments of programs using flow charts. Position. temperature compensations. Bolton W. multi domain representation . UNIT-IV MICROPROCESSOR AND CONTROLLERS: Basic structure of a microcomputer. Non-inverting. Integration (I). DC motors. Summing amplifiers. 2nd Edition. derivatives (D). mechanical actuation system involving. inverting.TECH V SEMESTER MECHATRONICS ECE-313 L 3 T P 1 Time TheorySessionalCredit3 Hrs 60 40 3. Electrical Actuation systems. 2nd Edition. Students are required to answer any five questions selecting at least one question from each unit. Tata McGraw Hill. representation and analysis of periodic / non periodic analog signals . Basic structure of PLC’s. solid state switches. performance terminology. All questions carry equal marks. Force measurement. “Introduction to Mechatronics”. “Mechatronics”. Proximity sensors. sensors and transducers. PD and PID controllers. Pearson Education. comparators.5 OBJECTIVE: The purpose of this course is to make the students able to develop a synergy between mechanics and electronics. Prediction of behavior of systems with proportional (P). stepper motor. UNIT -III DRIVES AND ACTUATORS: Pneumatic and hydraulic drives. A/D conversion. TEXT/REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. Alciatore and Histand Michael B. UNIT-II SIGNAL CONDITIONING: Basic definition. linkages.B. relays. Gears. Belt and chain drives etc. PI. amplifier errors. Displacement. various types of amplifiers. UNIT -I SYSTEM AND SENSORS: Definition. AC. Cams. Flow measurement. microprocessors and micro controllers.

Non circulating and circulating type of converters. six and twelve pulse converters. Switching characteristics of thyristors. “Power Electronics: circuit Devices & Application”. which form the backbone of power electronics. Brief description of parallel and series inverters . UNIT-II THYRISTORS: Terminal characteristics of Thyristors . chopper & cycloconverter. Review of construction and characteristics of power diodes . UNIT-III INVERTERS: Basic circuit and principle of operation .GTO. Rashid Mohammad H. Students are required to answer any five questions selecting at least one question from each unit.IGBT . Output voltage control strategies. Power electronics system. All questions carry equal marks. power transistors . Khanna Publications.Protection and ratings of thyristors. “Power Electronics”. Single phase full wave converters. UNIT-IV CHOPPERS: Principle of chopper operation.S. Dual converters . converters.Modified Mcmurray half bridge and full bridge inverters . Types of cycloconverter. 1997 Note: Paper setter is requested to set eight questions in total setting two questions from each unit. two. three. Voltage commutated and current commutated chopper. CONVERTERS: One. UNIT-I INTRODUCTION: Concept and applications of power electronics. Current source inverter ( CSI ). Prentice Hall of India.B. series and parallel operation of thyristors . 120 degree and 180 degree mode conduction scheme .Output voltage equation . CYCLOCONVERTERS: Basic principle of frequency conversion. two or four quadrant chopper .fast recovery diode. inverter.Types of power diodes-Schottky diode . TEXT/REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. Transistor and MOSFET based inverters . Thyristor commutation techniques.Input power factor of converter. one.TECH V SEMESTER POWER ELECTRONICS ECE-315 L 3 Time 3 Hrs Theory60 Sessional40 Credit3.Power MOSFETS.. T P 1 - . Bhimbhra P . 1997 2. 2nd edition.5 OBJECTIVE: The objective of this course is make familiar a student about the basic working of thyristors.

To study voltage controlled oscillator using 555 timer 11. Note: At least 10 experiments are to be performed with atleast 7 from above list.3 TimeSessionalPrac. To design 2nd order high pass filter. (IC 741) 7. To design 2nd order low pass filter. (IC 741) 5. To study OP-AMP as an Instrumentation amplifier.B. To study OP-AMP as current to voltage converter. (IC 741) 8.TECH V SEMESTER LINEAR IC & ITS APPLICATIONS ECE-317 L T P . 12. To study OP-AMP as an integrator and differentiator. (IC 741) 4. (IC 741) 2.. To study astable multivibrator using 555 timer 10./VivaCredit- 3Hrs 60 40 1. (IC 741) 6. (IC 741) 3. To study OP-AMP as adder and subtractor. remaining 3 may either be performed from the above list or designed & set by concerned institution as per the scope . To study OP-AMP as voltage to current converter.5 LIST OF EXPERIMENTS : 1. To study monostable multivibrator using 555 timer 9. To study clipping circuits using OP AMP. To study OP-AMP as Schmitt trigger.

Write a C program to find the GCD( Greatest Common Divisor) of two given integers.5 LIST OF EXPERIMENTS: 1.where n is a value supplied by the user 5. A Fibonacci sequence is defined as follows : the first and second terms in the sequence are 0 and 1. 7. Write a C program to find the factorial of a given integer.3 TimeSessionalPrac. 9. Write a C program to print the sum of first N even numbers using recursive function.Subsequent terms are found by adding the preceding two terms in the sequence. Write a C program to take five names as input and print the longest name. 2. Write a C program to find both the largest and smallest number in a list of integers. 3.TECH V SEMESTER APPLICATION OF COMPUTER ESSENTIALS IN INDUSTRY ECE-319 L T P . 6. Write a C program that uses functions to perform addition of two matrices.. 11. 8./VivaCredit- 3Hrs 60 40 1. Write a C program to take the radius of a sphere as input and print the volume and surface area of that sphere. Write a c program to find the sum of individual digits of a positive integer. 10.B. 4. Note: At least 10 experiments are to be performed with atleast 7 from above list. remaining 3 may either be performed from the above list or designed & set by concerned institution as per the scope .Write a C program to generate the first n terms of the sequence . Write a C program to generate all the prime numbers between 1 and n . Write a C program to enter a matrix and display the contents of a matrix.

2./VivaCredit3Hrs 60 40 1. Simulation of D-flip-flop and T-flip-flop. Simulation of Digital logic gates. 10. 11. 6. Simulation of Full wave center tap rectifier. 7. 4. Simulation of BCD adder/subtractor. Simulation of Shift register. 3.. Simulation of R-C coupled amplifier. Simulation of S-R flip-flop and J-K flip-flop. 9.TECH V SEMESTER SIMULATION LAB ECE-321 L T P . Note: At least 10 experiments are to be performed with atleast 7 from above list.3 TimeSessionalPrac. Simulation of 2:4 decoder.B. Simulation of Full wave bridge type rectifier. Simulation of Half wave rectifier. 8. Simulation of Mod-10 counter using gates.5 LIST OF EXPERIMENTS: 1. remaining 3 may either be performed from the above list or designed & set by concerned institution as per the scope . 5.