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COURSE STRUCTURE & SYLLABII OF B.TECH (ECE) PROGRAMME Submitted & approval by

Board of studies

2010-2011

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**KLE UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING (ECE)
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TO Dr. B. S. Nagendra Parashar Pro-vc & Dean-Academics KLEF University. From, Dr. Habibulla Khan HOD, ECE. Respected Sir, I am here with submitting the BOS minutes of Electronics and Communication Engineering Department held on 12th, Feb.2011with the following items. 1. Minutes of BOS meeting 2. Annexure-I: Program Educational Objectives of the Department. 3. Course Structures: a) Annexure-II – Course name, Course, L.T.P, contact hours, credits b) Annexure-III – Four specialization streams ` 4. A) Annexure-IV syllabi for second year course year: 2010-2014 B) Annexure-V syllabi for third & fourth year course Year: 2010-2014 & 2009-2013 C) Annexure-VI syllabi for different electives specialization streams Dt: 07.03.2011

5. Annexure-VII– Mapping of compulsory courses with objective and outcomes. Thanking You Sir, Yours Sincerely, Dr. Habibulla Khan Professor &HOD, Dept of ECE

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DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION NGINEERING 11th, Feb.2011 CIRCULAR The Board of Studies Meeting of ECE Department held on 12.2.11 at 9.00 A.M. in Faculty Seminar Hall. The following BOS members are attended the meeting. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Dr.Habibulla Khan Dr.N.V.S.N.Sarma Professor in ECE,NIT, Warangal Dr.L.Pratap Reddy Professor in ECE, JNTU, Hyderabad Dr.S.Lakshmi Narayana Dr.K.S.Ramesh Prof.T.V.Rama Krishna Dr.K.S.N.Murthy Dr.Sarat Kumar Sri D.S.Ram Kiran Sri M.Siva Ganga Prasad Sri K.Rajendra Prasad Mr.G.Rakesh Chowdary Chairman Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member

HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT C.C. to : 1. 2. 3. 4. The Vice Chancellor Registrar Dean, Administration Dean, Academics

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at 10. 7.The following resolution are made.00 A. It is resolved to shift the core subject Radar Navigational aids as elective subject in IV year.2nd semester.Minutes of the Meeting of BOS of ECE Department The BOS meeting of ECE department was held on 12-02-2011. It is resolved to accept to change the Modification of Contents in the syllabus of Analog electronic Circuits Probability Theory & Stochastic Process Analog Communication. 4. Electronics Measurements & Instrumentation for II year. It is resolved to accept the Modification of contents in the Syllabus of Digital Logic Design. It is resolved to accept to change the name of the course Electromagnetic theory as Electromagnetic field & Waves 2 It is resolved to accept to change the Probability theory & Random Process as Probability theory & Stochastic Process 3. Signal & Systems. 5. Networks & Transmission Lines. Electronic Devices & Circuits for IInd Year Ist Semester.M in ECE faculty Conference hall . It is resolved to incorporate the change in the contents of suggested subjects 5 . 1. It is resolved to accommodate Digital Signal Processing (Elective Subject) as core subject in III year Ist Semester 6.

PROGRAM OUTCOMES The program outcomes are the application of knowledge what they learnt by way of theoretical background. IV.External training in advanced topics not covered in the syllabus well enable the students to pursue for higher education for successful professional career. software development leading to multi disciplinary tasks. They are also trained to take up the projects having social relevance like water resources management. Motivating the students in developing instruments and gadgets of social importance like accessories for blind and deaf and other physically challenged and also design the products for real life problems. Application of micro-controllers and their interface. Strong theoretical background of fundamentals in Mathematics. practical training. GRE and apply for other technical competitive examinations. i. b. application skills. The graduate students will exhibit their theoretical & Technical knowledge skills of all the subjects they studied. d. g. e. III. traffic monitoring etc.. Conduct the experiments to analyze and design and thereby evaluate their performance. II. Mat lab etc to optimize the end results. In the process of design the students are already trained in the use of modern engineering tools like Multisim. Physics & Electrical Technology. Those interested in pursuing higher education can write GATE. V. Competent students can develop a training centre after their graduation.Annexure . Through theoretical concepts of relevant technical subjects mentioned below with the following programme objectives. PC interface. Application oriented teaching with live demonstrations in the class room with power point presentations and lessons and video demonstrations of experts from various foreign and Indian Universities.I PROGRAM EDUCATION OBJECTIVES I. j. They are also get acquainted with software skills and ethical responsibilities from the professionals. good academic environment will be created and communication skills are improved. communication skills etc. k. a. power saving. Take up practical applications and apply their technical skills for their solutions. The ECE students are exposed to multi disciplinary fields from which students will be able to develop and design various applications so as to suit for the Industrial needs. h. during their time of graduation. f. Prepare the student in doing the live projects from 2nd year onwards to make him directly fit in the industrial and R & D environment. By developing a feedback mechanism. To design the hardware circuits both in analog and digital versions. Those who are having skills of entrepreneurship can develop their own small scale industry for the products having industrial or sociological relevance. c. 6 . ultimately leading to good leadership qualities and become complete professionals.

Program Objectives I II III IV V X X X A X X X b Program Outcomes c d e f g h i X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X j X k 7 .

Annexure –II COURSE STRUCTURE FOR B.TECH (ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING) 8 .

5. 3.FIRST YEAR (FIRST SEMESTER) (Y: 2010-2014) S. 3. 5. 2. 6.N O 1.N O COURSE TITLE L 1. 4. 4. 6. TECHNICAL COMMUNICATION SKILLS-II ENGINEERING PHYSICS ELEMENTS OF CIVIL AND MECHANICS ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES AND ENGINEERING CIRCUIT THEORY BASIC ELECTRICAL ELECTRONICS TOTAL & 2 3 3 3 3 2 16 PERIODS T 0 1 1 1 1 4 P 4 2 2 2 8 6 6 6 3 4 5 30 4 5 4 3 4 4 24 CONTA CT HOURS CREDI TS 9 . 2. COURSE TITLE TECHNICAL COMMUNICATION SKILLS-I MATHEMATICS – I APPLIED MATHEMATICS-II WITH MATLAB ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY PROGRAMMING IN C ENGINEERING MECHANICS TOTAL L 2 3 3 2 3 3 16 PERIODS T 0 1 1 1 1 1 5 P 4 0 2 2 2 10 CONTACT HOURS 6 4 6 5 6 4 31 CREDIT S 4 4 5 4 5 4 26 FIRST YEAR (SECOND SEMESTER) (Y: 2010-2014) S.

4.N O 1. 6.SECOND YEAR (FIRST SEMESTER) (Y: 2010-2014) S. 5. COURSE TITLE ANALOG ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS PROBABILITY THEORY & STOCHASTIC PROCESSES LINEAR CONTROL SYSTEMS PULSE CIRCUITS ANALOG COMMUNICATIONS ELECTRONIC MEASUREMENTS AND INSTRUMENTATION TOTAL L 3 3 4 3 3 3 PERIODS T 1 1 1 P 2 2 2 Contact Hours 6 3 4 6 6 3 CREDIT S 5 3 4 4 5 3 19 3 6 28 24 10 . 6. 3. 2. 2. COURSE TITLE L 3 3 3 3 3 3 18 PERIODS T 1 1 1 1 4 P 2 2 2 6 Contact Hours 3 5 6 4 6 4 28 CREDIT S 4 4 4 4 4 4 24 ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS-III DIGITAL LOGIC DESIGN ELECTRONIC DEVICES & CIRCUITS ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS & WAVES SIGNALS & SYSTEMS NETWORKS AND TRANSMISSION LINES TOTAL SECOND YEAR (SECOND SEMESTER) (Y: 2010-2014) S.N O 1. 4. 5. 3.

N O COURSE TITLE L 1.THIRD YEAR (FIRST SEMESTER) (Y: 2010-2014. 2. 5. 4. 6. 2009-2013) S. 3. 2. ANTENNA AND WAVE PROPAGATION DIGITAL COMMUNICATION ELECTIVE ELECTIVE ELECTIVE(INTER-DISCIPLINE) COMMUNICATION SKILLS-II MINI PROJECT TOTAL & SOFT 3 3 4 4 4 2 20 PERIODS T P 0 2 2 4 8 3 5 4 4 4 4 4 28 3 5 4 4 4 2 2 24 Conta ct Hours CREDIT S 11 . 4. 7. 2009-2013) S. 5. COURSE TITLE L 3 3 3 3 4 2 18 SOFT PERIODS T 1 1 2 P 2 2 2 2 8 Contac t CREDITS Hours 6 6 5 3 4 4 28 4 5 4 3 4 2 22 DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING LINEAR IC’S APPLICATIONS MICROPROCESSORS INTERFACING ELECTIVE COMMUNICATION AND SKILLS -1 TOTAL AND AND ELECTIVE(INTER-DISCIPLINE) THIRD YEAR (SECOND SEMESTER) (Y: 2010-2014.N O 1. 6. 3.

ELECTIVE -1 ELECTIVE -2 PROJECT TOTAL 3 3 12 18 12 .NO COURSE TITLE L 1.NO COURSE TITLE L 4 4 8 PERIODS T -P Contact Hours 4 4 8 CREDITS 1. 2009-2013) S. 3. 2. 2009-2013) S. PRACTICE SCHOOL TOTAL PERIODS T P 18 18 Contact Hours CREDITS (OR) FOURTH YEAR (FIRST SEMESTER) (Y: 2010-2014.FOURTH YEAR (FIRST SEMESTER) (Y: 2010-2014.

6. 3. 2009-2013) S. 4.FOURTH YEAR (SECOND SEMESTER) (Y: 2010-2014. COURSE TITLE L 3 3 4 4 4 4 22 PERIODS T 1 1 2 P 2 2 4 Contact Hours 6 6 4 4 4 4 28 CREDIT S 5 5 3 3 3 4 23 MICROWAVE ENGINEERING OPTICAL COMMUNICATION ELECTIVE ELECTIVE ELECTIVE MANAGEMENT ELECTIVE TOTAL Practice Oriented Industrial Project ( 6 Months): 50% students will be allowed in the 7th semester while rest of the 50% will be allowed in the 8th semester. 2. 13 .N O 1. 5.

Annexure –III ELECTIVES FOR DIFFERENT SPECIALIZATION STREAMS 14 .

4. 5.SPECIALIZATION IN COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS CO UR S. SE No. Con tact Hou rs CRED ITS COURSE TITLE PERIODS 1 2 3. 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 A B C D E F G H I J K L M N INFORMATION THEORY& CODING TV AND VIDEO ENGINEERING RF SYSTEM DESIGN MULTIMEDIA COMMUNICATION SPECTRUM ANALYSIS MODELING & SIMULATION OF COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS L 3 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 T - P - 3 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 RADAR AND NAVIGATIONAL AIDS MOBILE AND CELLULAR COMMUNICATION ESTIMATION AND DETECTION THEORY SATELLITE COMMUNICATION ELECTROMAGNETICS FOR COMMUNICATIONS RELIABILITY OF ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS LASER COMMUNICATION OPTICAL CDMA SYSTEMS 15 .NO.

6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 A B C D E F G H I J K L M N DIGITAL DESIGN THROUGH HDL DESIGN OF FAULT TOLERANT SYSTEMS VLSI DESIGN CPLD & FPGA ARCHITECTURE ANALOG VLSI DESIGN VLSI SUB SYSTEM DESIGN DESIGN FOR TESTABILITY LOW POWER VLSI DESIGN VLSI SIGNAL PROCESSING INTRODUCTION TO MEMS SYSTEM DESIGN ADVANCED VLSI DESIGN ASIC DESIGN VLSI TECHNOLOGY VLSI LAYOUT SYNTHESIS ALGORITHMS 5 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 5 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 16 . Conta ct Hours CRED ITS S.NO. 2 3. 4. 5. COURSE TITLE PERIODS L 3 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 T P 2 - 1.SPECIALIZATION IN VLSI COU RSE No.

4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 A B C D E F G H I J K NEURAL NETWORKS AND FUZZY LOGIC MODERN DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING DIGITAL IMAGE PROCESSING SPEECH PROCESSING REAL TIME DSP ARRAY SIGNAL PROCESSING TRANSFORM TECHNIQUES BIOMEDICAL SIGNAL PROCESSING MULTIRATE SIGNAL PROCESSING WAVELET TRANSFORMS: THEORY & CONSTRUCTION OPTICAL SIGNAL ROCESSING L 3 4 3 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 T - P 2 - 3 4 5 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 3 3 5 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 17 .NO.SPECIALIZATION IN SIGNAL PROCESSING COU RSE No. 3. Con tact CREDITS Hou rs S. COURSE TITLE PERIODS 1. 2.

3. 4.SPECIALIZATION IN NETWORKING S. COU RSE No. COURSE TITLE PERIODS L 1. 2.NO. 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 A B C D E F G H I J K COMPUTER NETWORKS TCP/IP INTERNETWORKING HIGH SPEED NETWORKS NETWORK SECURITY & CRYPTOGRAPHY TELECOMMUNICATION AND SWITCHING NETWORKS AD HOC NETWORKS WIRELESS SENSOR NETWORKS NETWORK MANAGEMENT CLOUD COMPUTING BROAD BAND ACCESS TECHNOLOGIES FIBER OPTIC NETWORKING 3 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 T P 3 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 Contac CRED t Hours ITS 18 .

Annexure-IV SYLLABII FOR SECOND YEAR COURSE YEAR: 2010-2014 19 .

Fourier Transforms. Equivalence relations. Harmonic analysis (9) UNIT II INTERGRAL TRANSFORMS: Definition. Parsevals formulae. Venn diagrams. Condition for a Fourier series change of interval. Finite Fourier sine and cosine Transforms. Rungekutta method of 4th order. complex form of Fourier Integrals.”Advanced Engineering Mathematics” 2. groups (9) TEXT BOOKS: 1. Fourier sine and cosine integrals. Fourier transform of derivative of a function (9) UNIT-III Numerical Differentiation : Finding out first % second order differentials using Newton’s formulae. Ervin Kreyszic .Grewal . Inverse of a function. numerical solution of ordinary differential equation. B. complex form of Fourier series. ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS-III (Prerequisite: Engineering Mathematics-II) L 3 T 0 P 0 UNIT 1 FOURIER SERIES: Introduction. Half range series. Euler’s Formulae. Fourier sine and cosine Transforms. (9) UNIT IV TAYLORS SERIES: method of solving ordinary differential equations. Simpson’s rule.S. Gauss quadrature formulae. Theorems functions and Relations. Euler’s method. Properties of relations. boundary value problems. poisson’s equation by integration method. (9) UNIT V SET THEORY Set Operations. Fourier Integrals. solutions of laplace. picard’s methods. Odd and Even functions. Numerical Integration : Trapezoidal rule. expansions of add and even functions.”Higher Engineering Mathematics” 20 . modified Euler’s method.

simplifications of Boolean expressions(using Boolean laws and theorems. “Digital Logic and Computer Design”. (9) UNIT – III FLIP-FLOPS Flip-Flops . EX-OR. K-maps up to four variables) Logic Families: Classification and characteristics of logic families. conversion of flip flops. DIGITAL LOGIC DESIGN (Prerequisite: Nil) L 3 T 0 P 2 UNIT – I LOGIC GATES & FAMILIES AND. Design and applications of Binary Adders and Subtractors. mod counters. (9) TEXT BOOKS: 1. M Morris Mano. TMH. Parity Generator and Checker. Design of BCD to 7 Segment Decoder. NOT. 3rd Edition. Encoders. 21 . OR. 9th Edition. TMH. 2nd Edition. ”Digital Logic Design”. Multiplexers and De-multiplexers. Comparators. (9) UNIT–II COMBINATIONAL LOGIC CIRCUITS: General design procedure for Combinational logic circuits. BCD Adder / Subtractor. NAND.SR. IIL. State table and State diagrams for Flip-Flops (9) UNIT – IV REGISTERS & COUNTERS Register – Shift register – universal shift register. JK. RTL. Scitech. D. T and Master Slave their characteristic equation. NOR. Sequence Generator (9) UNIT – V SEQUENTIAL CIRCUITS: Finite state machine-capabilities and limitations. Mealy and Moore models-minimization of completely specified and incompletely specified sequential machines. characteristic and excitation table. PHI.RP Jain. two level and multi level NAND and NOR implementations. Decoders. Asynchronous /Ripple up/Down counter.Ronald J Tocci. “Digital Systems”. and their implementation using NAND and NOR gates. DTL. “Modern Digital Electronics”.Zvi Kohavi. Carry look ahead adders. 2003. REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. Pearson Education. 2. ECL. Edge triggering and level triggering. “Switching and Finite Automata Theory”. 2008 2. Partition techniques and Merger chart methods-concept of minimal cover table. 2003 3. MOS and C-MOS logic families and their comparison. Code converters. Types of Boolean expressions. EX-NOR gates. TTL.Khan & Khan.

DIGITAL CIRCUITS LAB 1) Realization Of Gates Using Universal Gates 2) Combinational Circuits 3) Comparator 4) Code Converters 5) Multiplexer And Demultiplexer 6) Flip Flops Using Gates 7) Ring And Johnson Counters 8) Synchronous Counter 9) Conversion Of One Flip-Flop To Another Type 10) Bcd-To-Seven Segment Decoder Driver 11) Cd 4033 Decade Counter/Seven Segment Decoder 12) Sequence Generator 13) Study Of Decade Counters Using 7490 14) Modulo N Counters Using 7490 22 .

Low frequency hybrid equivalent circuit of CE. Full wave. CE amplifier with Emitter resistor. depetion – MOSFET and enhancement – MOsFET : basic construction. Shortly diode. A1s.Jacob Millman and Christos. “Electronic Devices and circuits”. C Halkias.N. thermal runaway and thermal stability. Tunnel diode and energy diagram Varactor diode. “Electronic Devices and Circuits”. (12) UNIT – V FET & BIASING : JFET.Robert boylestad & louis nashelsky . Allen Mottershed. FET low frequency model. Percentage of regulation.seventh edition. IK International. Av.G. PHI 2001 23 .Raju. PHI 2003. “Electronic Devices and circuits”. Miller’s Theorem. small signal analysis of transistor with A1. TMH 2002 2. LED and their characteristics. 4th Edition.David A Bell . (10) UNIT _ IV LOW FREQUENCY TRANSISTOR AMPLIFIER CIRCUITS :Hybrid parameter model of transistor. drain and transfer characteristics FET parameters .. 2006 REFERENCE BOOKS : 1. stability factor’s S.. SCR and their characteristics. Zo. 3. thermister and sensistor bias compensation circuits. variation of output voltage with load current for all combinations. (8) UNIT – II SPECIAL DEVICES : Break down mechanism. “Electronic Devices and Circuits”. Full wave and Bridge Rectifiers without filter and with inductor filter.”electronic devices and circuit theory “. : biasing methods. Half Wave. Fixed bias. gm. PNPN diodes. Zener. (8) UNIT – III TRANSISTOR BIASING TECHNIQUES : Transistor DC bias its stabilization. Capacitor filter. Photo diodes. diode. CB. ELECTRONIC DEVICES & CIRCUITS (Prerequisite: Circuit Theory) L 3 T 1 P 2 UNIT – I RECTIFIERS & FILTERS Diode as a Rectifier. operation.rd. “Electronic Devices and Circuits – An Introduction”. cascade amplifier.S.Balbir Kumar & Shail B. High input resistance transistor circuits : Darlington pair amplifier. (7) TEXT BOOKS : 1. prentice hall 4. CE configurations. PHI – 2007 2. collector to base bias and self bias stabilization circuits.Jain. Z1.section filters. Avs. inter conversions of h-parameters.S. L section and . diode.

5) Input & Output Characteristics of Transistor in common Emitter configuration. ELECTRONIC DEVICES LAB 1) V-I Characteristics of Zener junction Diode. 12) Emitter Follower 24 . 7) Transistor Biasing circuit (CE configuration) 8) Characteristics of junction Field Effect Transistor 9) Static Emitter Characteristics of Unijunction Transistor 10) V-I Characteristics of Silicon Controlled Rectifier. 2) Half wave rectifier without and with capacitor filter. 4) Input & output Characteristics of Transistor in common Base configuration. 3) Full wave rectifier without and with capacitor filter. 6) Input & Output Characteristics of Transistor in common Collector configuration. 11) Transistor as a switch.

electric flux density. up wave propagation in free space. Magnetic flux density. Boundary conditions on E and D . equation of continuity. Uniform plane wave equation. gauss Law and applications. the concept of displacement current. (9) UNIT – III MAXWELL’S EQUATIONS Introduction. Magnetic field strength. wave equations for free space and conducting medium. perfect dielectrics. Types of charge distributions. Lorentt force equation. the electric dipole. faraday’s Law of Induction. Electric field intensity. potential field of a point charge and a system of charges. complex Poynting vector. Capacitance of different configurations. Electric-field intensity due to different charge distributions.Fundamentals of steady magnetic field. (8) UNIT-V GUIDED WAVES Introduction: Waves between parallel plates. general solution of uniform plane wave equation. electric flux. Ampere’s force law. Maxwell’s equations for static fields and time – varying fields both in differential form of integral form. Propagation parameters of TE and TM waves. faraday’s law. Guide wavelength. Maxwell’s equations in phasor form for sinnsoildally tune – varying fields. Poynting vector and flow of power. field components of TM waves (H2 = 0). lossy dielectric and good conductors skin effect. (9) (PTO) 25 . Attenuation in parallel plane guides. wave impedances. Transverse electromagnetic wave (TEM wave). ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS & WAVES (Prerequisite: Nil) L 3 T 1 P 0 UNIT – I ELECTRO–STATICS Introduction to vector analysis. wave equations in phaser form. Derivation of field equations between parallel plates and propagation parameters. waves in rectangular wave guides. modified Ampere’s circuital Law. Boundary conditions. coulomb’s Law. equation of continuity for time . Potential and Potential difference.varying fields. potential gradient. differential form of Ampere’s circuital law. force on a current element in magnetic field. energy density in Electrostatic field (10) UNIT – II MAGNETOSTATICS Electric current. propagation parameters of TE and TM waves in rectangular wave guides. Field components for TE waves (E2 = 0 ) . scalar and vector magnetic potentials. current densities. B iot-savart’s Law and applications. energy density in magnetic field. (9) UNIT – IV ELECTRO – MAGNETIC WAVES Introduction. Inconsistency of Ampere’s Law. theorem Poisson’s and Laplace’s equations. Boundary conditions on H and B. Derivation of field equations in rectangular bellow wave guides. stoke’s theorem. Ampere’s work law or circuital law. Divergence. velocities of propagation.

H. “Electromagnetic field Theory and Transmission Lines”.Karl E. Ltd.Pearson Education Pvt. Lonngren. 2nd edition. 2005.Joseph A Edminister. 26 .” Fundamentals of Electromagnetic with Matlab”..W. TEXT BOOKS 1. SIMULATION TEXT BOOK 1. Pearson Education.Mathew no Sadiku. 2003.Jordan. 3. Oxford University Press. MC-Graw Hill International.EC.MC Graw Hill – New York. “Elements of Electromagnetics “. “Theory and problems of Electromagnetics”. SciTech. 1997 2. 7th Edition 2. New Delhi.GSN Raju. REFERENCE BOOKS 1. Scham’s outline series. “Engineering Electromagnetic”.Sava V Savov. “EM waves and Radiating systems”. Hayt Jr .

Linear Time Variant (LTV) System. Exponential and sinusoidal signals. convergence of the Fourier Series.transform. Distortion less transmission through a system. properties of the Laplace Transform. properties of the Z – transform. Ideal LPF. Systems characterized by Linear constant coefficient Differential equations & Solution to Linear constant coefficient Differential equations. System bandwidth. Elementary Signals. Causality and Paley-Wiener criterion for physical realization. Transformations of the Independent variable. Relation between Auto Correlation function and Energy/Power spectral density function. FOURIER SERIES REPRESENTATION OF SIGNAL: Introduction. (10) UNIT –V THE LAPLACE TRANSFORM: Introduction.Cross Correlation and Auto Correlation of functions. Transfer function of a LTI system. properties of the region of convergence.TRANSFORM: Introduction. HPF and BPF characteristics. Properties of continuous Time Fourier Series. Effect of under sampling – Aliasing. Unilateral & Bilateral Z – transform. Analysis and characterization of LTI systems using Z – transforms. (10) (PTO) 27 . The multiplication Property. Analysis and characterization of LTI systems using Laplace Transform. Impulse Sampling. THE Z. Properties of Correlation function. The Laplace transform. Filter characteristics of Linear Systems. (8) UNIT –IV SAMPLING: Sampling theorem – Graphical and analytical proof for Band Limited Signals. Parseval’s Theorem. (8) UNIT – III SIGNAL TRANSMISSION THROUGH LINEAR SYSTEMS: Linear System. Representation of Aperiodic Signal: The continuous Time Fourier Transform. (9) UNIT – II THE CONTINUOUS TIME FOURIER TRANSFORM: Introduction. Relationship between Bandwidth and Rise time. Linear Time Invariant (LTI) System. Impulse response. properties of the region of convergence. The FT for periodic Signals. Basic operation on Signals. Inverse of the Z – transform. Natural and Flat top Sampling. Reconstruction of signal from its samples. Properties of the CTFT. Power density spectrum. Inverse of the Laplace transform. The convolution property. Response of a Linear System. Relation between Convolution and Correlation. CORRELATION: Correlation of Signals . Graphical representation of Convolution. Orthogonality and orthogonal functions. Fourier Series representation of continuous Time signals. Unilateral & Bilateral Laplace Transforms. Classification & Properties of Systems. Signal bandwidth. Energy density spectrum. Introduction to Band Pass sampling. SIGNALS & SYSTEMS (Prerequisite: Nil) L 3 T 1 P 2 UNIT – I CLASSIFICATION OF SIGNALS & SYSTEMS: Classification of Signals. The Z. Convolution of Signals Concept of convolution in Time domain and Frequency domain.

2001 4.Steven T Karris. 28 . “Signals. 2008 3. B. Scietech.” Signals & Systems with Matlab Computing and Simulink Modeling”. CRC press. 2008. Third Edition. Simon Haykin and Barry Van Veen. Systems and Communications”. Orchard publications. BSP. 1995 2. 2003 2. “Signals and systems”. John Wiley & Sons Ltd. John Wiley.Steven T Karris.P.Bernd Girod. 3. ”Practical Matlab”. 1999 REFERENCES 1.Ramesh Babu.Lathi.P.Ramakrishna Rao. Tata Mc Graw Hill. “Signals and systems “.Misza Kalechman.Hsu. “Signals and Systems”. Schaum’s outline series. SIMULATION TEXT BOOKS 1.P. “Signals and Systems”. TEXT BOOKS 1. Second Edition. MC Graw Hill.Hwei P. ”Signals & Systems with Matlab Applications”. Orchard publications. “Signals and Systems “. 2.

29 . Fourier series.Auto Correlation 5. 2. Cross correlation 6.Laplace Transform 8.Misza Kalechman. 3. Up sampling 12. Orchard publications. CRC press. Third Edition. ”Practical Matlab”. 7. SIGNALS & SYSTEMS LAB 1.Fourier Transform of Triangular Pulse.Steven T Karris. 10 Z-Transform 11. Basic operations on sequences 3. Aliasing due to down sampling SIMULATION TEXT BOOKS 1.” Signals & Systems with Matlab Computing and Simulink Modeling”. 2.Generation of elementary sequences.Steven T Karris.” Signals & Systems with Matlab Applications”. Linear Convolution 4 . Orchard publications.Fourier Transform of Rectangular Pulse 9. Second Edition.

Characteristic impedance. T-type attenuator. Inverse network.Soni. 2005. ”Circuits & Systems”. Filter circuit design. Bartlettsbi-section theorem (10) UNIT – II: FILTERS: Characteristic impedance of symmetrical networks. Filter fundamentals. Primary constants. Applications transmission lines. /4. Composite filters. (8) UNIT – V: TRANSMISSION LINES-II (UHF & VHF LINES): RF lines. Two Port functions. REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. voltage standing wave ratio(VSWR). EQUALIZERS: Equalizer configuration. Band pass filters. 2nd Edition. Variation of characteristic impedance over the pass band. Restrictions on pole and zero locations for driving point functions and transfer functions. Termination with m-derived half section. m . Positive real functions.A.derived T section.Ramesh Babu. Constant K low pass filter. Bridged T attenuator. Ltd. Pearson. Full shunt equalizer.P. 2. 2.Bakshi “Network Analysis” Technical Publishers. Constant resistance equalizer. (10) UNIT – IV: TRANSMISSION LINES-I: Types of transmission lines. Pearson Education Pvt. A. GSN Raju. Katson Publilishers.. Poles and Zeros. Secondary constants. (7) TEXT BOOKS: 1.M. Bridged –T equalizer. -type attenuator. Lattice attenuator. New Delhi. Phase and Group velocities. Reactance functions. Smith chart and Stubmatching. Lines And Fields”. 3. P. loading of lines.derived Section. K. Losses in transmission lines. Constant K high pass filter. Time domain. Two terminal equalizer. Transmission line equations. Input impedance of transmission line. Minimum Phase Network. ”Electromagnetic field Theory and Transmission Lines”. /2 lines and applications. Filter performance. (10) UNIT: III: ATTENUATORS: Symmetrical and Asymmetrical attenuators.Godse & U. Lattice equalizer. FOSTER and CAUER methods of Synthesis. Lines of different lengths/8. RC and RL functions. 2003. NETWORKS AND TRANSMISSION LINES (Prerequisite: Circuit Theory) L 3 T 1 P 0 UNIT –I: NETWORK FUNTIONS & SYNTHESIS: Network functions for the one port and two port. L-type attenuator. Scietech. Properties of symmetrical networks. m . Full series equalizer. “Network Analysis”. 2008 30 . reflection coefficient. Lossless transmission lines. “Networks. Equivalent circuit of a pair of transmission lines. Pass and stop bands. John D Ryder. Poles and zeros of network functions. Distortion less line.

wein bridge oscillator. De-sensitivity of gain. Hybrid conductance’s. Harmonic distortion in amplifiers. Input and Output resistances with feedback. ANALOG ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS (Prerequisite: Electronic Devices & Circuits) L 3 T 1 P 2 UNIT – I TRANSISTOR AT HIGH FREQUENCES : Hybrid model of transistor. RC coupled amplifier. Hartley. Analysis of CS amplifier. Analysis of. class C amplifier – applications. class B. Direct coupled Push-Pull . Tuned secondary amplifiers. Transformer coupled class A. (9) (PTO) 31 . CD amplifiers. Synchronous and stagger tuned amplifiers. Tuned primary. CE short circuit current gain. current gain with resistive load. Distortion and cut off frequencies with feedback. efficiency OSCILLATORS: Barkhausen criterion. current shunt Feed back amplifiers. (9) UNIT – III LARGE SIGNAL AMPLIFIERS : Classification Design and analysis of Direct-coupled class A. class C power amplifiers. RC phase shift oscillator. Analysis of LC oscillators. voltage shunt. (9) UNIT – IV FEEBACK AMPLIFIERS : Block Diagram. crystal oscillator circuits. variation of Hybrid parameters. current series. validity of Hybrid model. Frequency response of BJT and FET Amplifier. Four basic feedback topologies and the type of gain stabilized by each type of feedback. Analysis of collpitts. Push-pull. gain with feedback. Hybrid capacitances. Loop gain. Band pass of cascaded stage –Interaction and Non-interacting. METHOD IDENTIFYING TOPOLOGY : Voltage series. (9) UNIT – II MULTISTAGE AMPLIFIERS : Distortion in amplifiers. single tuned amplifier. complementary symmetry push-pull. (9) UNIT – V TUNED AMPLIFIERS AND OSCILLATORS: Classification. FET as V V R. Effect of emitter bypass capacitor on overall response. gain bandwidth product.

REFERENCES : 1.Schilling and Charles Belove. 2nd Edition. 2002.Jacob Milliman and christos C Halkias.Steven T Karris. SIMULATION TEXT BOOK 1. 2. “Electronics and Circuit Analysis using Matlab ”. TMH 2002. 6th Edition. TMH. TEXT BOOKS : 1. “Electronic Circuits Discrete and Integrated”.John O Attia.Donald L. Electronic Devices and Circuits. Orchard publications.” Electronics Devices and Amplifier Circuit with Matlab Applications”. 2nd Edition. 32 . Jeffery S Beasley and Guillermo Rico. Integrated Electronics : Analog and Digital Circuits and systems.Jacob Milliman and christos C Halkias. TMH. 2.Theodore F Bogart Jr. “Electronic Devices and circuits ”. 3rd Edition. 2003. Third Edition. pearson Education 2004 3. TMH. 2.Jimmie J cathey. CRC Press. “Electronics Devices and Circuits”. 3rd Edition.

“Electronics and Circuit Analysis using Matlab”. 33 . Orchard Publications. Third Edition.” Electronics Devices and Amplifier Circuit with Matlab Applications”. 2. ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS LAB 1 Introduction to Analog Electronics Lab Introduction to Analog Electronics Lab(oral presentation) 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Transistor single CE Amplifier RC Coupled Amplifier Complementary push pull Power amplifier Voltage series Feedback amplifier Current Series Feedback amplifier Tuned Amplifier RC Phase shift oscillator Wein bridge Oscillator Collpits Oscillator Hartley Oscillator Crystal oscillator Differential amplifier SIMULATION TEXT BOOK 1John O Attia. CRC Press.Steven T Karris.

Available noise power and available noise power density. sum of several Random Variables. Correlation. Combinations. Probabilities. Probability Definitions and Axioms. Mathematical Model of Experiments. Bernoulli trials.II: RANDOM VARIABLES & DISTRIBUTIONS :Definition of Random variable. (9) UNIT – V : NOISE : Noise Sources. Effective input noise temperature. Relationship between power spectrum and auto correlation function. Experiments and sample spaces. Events. The power spectrum : Properties. Permutations. Central Moments. Conditional and Joint Distribution and Densities. Noise power spectral density. Combined sample space. sum of Two Random Variables. (9) UNIT – IV : RANDOM PROCESSES: Introduction. Central Limit Theorem. Ergodic Processes. Events on the combined space. conditional Expectations. Uniform. Noise fiture of cascaded systems. Joint Probability. Noise figure. Moment Generating Function. (9) (PTO) 34 . Thermal Noise. Gaussain. Rayleigh Distributions. Probability Density. Total probability. Binomial. stationary processes. (Proof not expected). (9) UNIT . Function (PDF). (9) UNIT – III : Expected value of a Random Variable. single and multiple Random variables. Conditional Probability. discrete and continuous sample spaces. Bayes’ Theorem. Mean. Noise temperature. Probability as a Relative Frequency. Moments. Functions of Random variables. Exponential. Multiple events. Transformations of Random variables. Mathematical definition of a Random Process. available noise bandwidth. Probability of Distribution Function. Poisson. Statistical Independence. and Covariance Functions. PROBABILITY THEORY & STOCHASTIC PROCESSES (Prerequisite: Nil) L 3 T 0 P 0 UNIT -I PROBABILITY : Probability introduced trough sets and relative frequency. Independent events : Two events.

Atjamasops Papoulis and S. “Probability. John wiley & Sons.Hwei Hsc. 4th Edition. “communication Systems”. “Intutive Probability and Randomk Processing using Mat lab”.Unnikrishna Pillai. 2006. 2. Random Variables and Random Signal Principles “. 4th Edition. Tata Mc Graw Hill. Springer. 35 . Mc Graw Hill. Kay. Random Variables and stochastic Processes”. 4th Edition. “Probability. “Probability. schaums Outline.Peyton Z.Peebles Jr. REFERENCE BOOKS : 1. SIMULATION TEXT BOOK : Steven M.Simon Haykin. TEXT BOOKS : 1. 2. Random variables and Random variables and Random Process “. Tata Mc Graw Hill.

Introduction to P. Nyquist stability criterion. external noise. bounded input – bounded output. example of simple control systems. effect of adding poles & zeros to G(s) H(s) on the shape of polar plots. PID controllers. signal flow graph. types of feedback control systems-linear time invariant and time varying. stability. root sensitivity. magnitude vs phase plot. polar (Nyquist) plot. characteristic polynomial and characteristic equation of feed back systems. magnitude and angle conditions. stability analysis from Bode plots. correlation between time and frequency response. conditions for stability. frequency domain specifications. LINEAR CONTROL SYSTEMS (Prerequisite: Circuit Theory) L 4 T 0 P 0 UNIT – I INTRODUCTION Control system terminology. phase margin and gain margin. Mason’s gain formula. transfer functions of open and closed loop systems. PI. basic properties. ROOT LOCUS TECHNIQUE The root locus concept. poles and zeros. (9) UNIT – III STABILITY ANALYSIS IN THE COMPLEX PLANE Absolute. block diagram representation of control systems. (9) UNIT – II TIME DOMAIN ANALYSIS Standard test signals – step. relative. MATHEMATICAL MODELS OF PHYSICAL SYSTEMS: Formulation of differential equations for electrical. Bode plot. time domain specifications. properties and construction of the complex root loci. zero input stability. parabolic and impulse: impulse response function. block diagram algebra. (9) (PTO) 36 . non linear. transient response of first order and second order systems to standard test signals. dominant poles of transfer function. conditional. sensitivity. open loop and closed loop control systems. typical frequency response plots of ideal low pass and high pass filters. steady state response – steady state error and error constants. Determination of frequency domain specifications and transfer function from Bode diagram. Routh-Hurwitz criterion. effect of feed back on over all gain. ramp. (9) UNIT IV FREQUENCY RESPONSE ANALYSIS & DESIGN Introduction.

output vector.B.Norman S. diagonal canonical form.” CONTROL SYSTEMS ENGINEERING” Sixth Edition . Concepts of controllability and observability. TMH 2. New Age International publication. Diagonalization.”Modern Control Systems—An Introduction “INFINITY SCIENCE PRESS LLC 4.C. Phase Variables.IJNagrath & M Gopal. John Wiley & Sons Ltd 37 .” Automatic Control Systems”. Solution of State equation. State variables. “Feedback and Control Systems”. transformation to phase variable canonical form. Eigen values. ”Analysis and design of control systems using MATLAB” New age international publishers. Kuo. (9) TEXT BOOKS 1. 2006. Pearson Education. Modern Control Design With MATLAB and SIMULINK”.Ajit K Mandal.Rao V Dukkipatim.John Wiley & Sons 3. State vector. Eigen vectors. Canonical variables. “Control Systems: Principles a Design”. the state transition matrix and its properties. Tripathi . S. 2. 2nd Edition New Age International publication. REFERENCE BOOKS 1. UNIT V STATE SPACE ANALYSIS Concept of State. M. input vector. Jordan canonical form. ”Introduction to Control Engineering”. SIMULATION TEXT BOOK 1. Nise. Development of State models for simple systems.Schaum Series.Ashish Tewari. 2. Characteristic equation and transfer function from state models.

Transient and steady state response of a diode clamping circuit. UJT sweep waveform generator. uncompensated and compensated attenuators and their applications.FET multi vibrators(circuits & operation) (9) UNIT-V SWEEP CIRCUITS: Voltage sweep waveform. (9) TEXT BOOKS: 1. Principles of Boot strap and miller sweep circuits.MS Prakash Rao. 2. Transistor break down voltages. Digital and Switching Circuits. TMH. (9) UNIT –III SWITCHING CHARACTERISTICS OF DEVICES: Diode as a switch. PULSE CIRCUITS (Prerequisite: Circuit Theory. Pulse. step. Design of transistor as a switch. practical clamping circuits and their applications. transistor constant Current sweep circuits. Practical current sweep generator and its applications. Digital circuits and Computer fundamentals. ramp and exponential inputs.David A Bell.J Millman and Taub. pulse. REFERENCES: 1. Voltage sweep waveform through Exponential charging. 2. Emitter timing and Astable blocking oscillator and their applications. Methods of improving the switching times of transistors. Response and design of RC High Pass filter and RC Low pass filter to sinusoidal. Pulse and Digital Circuits. PHI 3. Analysis and design of Schmitt trigger circuit. TMH.R Venkataraman. Current sweep generation. 4th Ed. BLOCKING OSCILLATORS: Pulse transformer. criteria for good differentiation and integration. Monostable multivibrator (collector coupled only). free running mode operation. Transistor switching times. (9) UNIT-II NON-LINEAR WAVE SHAPING: Analysis and design of Clipping circuits with diode and their transfer characteristics. piecewise linear diode characteristics. Blocking oscillator Base timing. Deviation from linearity expressed as errors. Pulse. Solid State Pulse Circuits. need for a trapezoidal waveform for linearity correction. PHI. Multi-diode clipping circuits. working of Transistor as a switch in CE configuration. Commutating Capacitors. Pulse & Digital Circuits. PHI 38 . 2003. Electronic Devices & Circuits) L 3 T 1 P 2 UNIT-1 LINEAR WAVE SHAPING: Different types of waveforms and their characteristics. Symmetrical and unsymmetrical Triggering.Anand Kumar. analysis and design of Astable multivibrator (collector coupled only) and applications of Multivibrators. 2006. the clamping theorem. (9) UNIT-IV MULTIVIBRATORS(USING BJT’S): The Bistable multivibrator: Fixed bias and Self bias transistor binary stable state voltages and currents.

of Constant current. Design 8. of Boot Strap time base generator Simulation with NI Multisim 10. of Schmitt trigger (using transistors) UJT Sweep generator. Design 11. Design 5. PULSE LAB 1. of Miller time base generator. voltage sweep generator. Design 10. Design 6. Design and and and and and and and and and and and and analysis analysis analysis analysis analysis analysis analysis analysis analysis analysis analysis analysis of RC low pass filter & integrator of RC high pass filter & differentiator. of clipping circuits. Design 2. Design 9.Diode Voltage Doublers 39 .Clamper 2. Design 4. of Monostable Multivibrator using transistors. Design 12. Design 3.01 1.Clipper 3. of clamping circuits of transistor as a switch of Astable Multivibrator using transistors. Design 7.

Frequency domain description. RF. Coherent detection of DSB-SC modulated waves. (9) UNIT -V NOISE IN ANALOG MODULATION: AM/FM Receiver model. DSB-SC Modulation. Phase discrimination method. Square law modulator. (10) UNIT – II SSB AND VSB MODULATIONS: Band-pass transmission. Timedomain and frequency-domain descriptions of DSB-SC. Balanced frequency discriminator. Complex envelope and Natural envelope. Generation of FM waves. Concepts of pre-envelope. Block diagrams and functions of radio receivers AM&FM RECEIVERS: TRF and Super heterodyne receivers. Transmission bandwidth of FM waves. Demodulation of FM waves. Frequency-discrimination method. Spectrum analysis of sinusoidal FM wave. Single tone frequency modulation. Generation of SSB-SC wave. Noise in FM reception (6) (PTO) 40 . limiter. Frequency domain description. Foster-Seeley discriminator. FM receivers: Slope detector. IF stages. Generation of VSB modulated wave. balanced slope detector. balanced phase discriminator. Demodulation of SSB-SC waves. radio detector. Comparison of AM techniques (10) UNIT III ANGLE MODULATION: Introduction to Angle modulation. Generation of DSB-SC: Balanced modulator. Narrow Band FM and Wide Band FM. ANALOG COMMUNICATIONS (Prerequisite: Signals & Systems) L 3 T 1 P 2 UNIT -1 AMPLITUDE MODULATION: Time domain description. Indirect FM (Armstrong Method). Relation between frequency Modulation and phase modulation. Envelope detector. Complex low-pass representation of Narrow-band signals. Noise in AM receivers using envelope detection. Switching Modulator. Envelope detection of VSB wave plus carrier. introduction to PLL and its applications (10) UNIT – IV AM&FM TRANSMITTERS: Frequency allocation for radio communication systems. Direct FM. Generation of AM wave. SSB-SC receiver. Signal to noise ratios for coherent reception. DSB-SC receiver. Carson’s Rule. Vestigial side-band modulation. Single tone modulation.. mixer. Equivalent low-pass transmission model. Square law detector. PLL FM demodulator. Single side band modulation: Frequency domain description. Detection of AM waves.

3. Pearson Education. Second Edition. G. John Wiley and Sons.Leon W Couch II. TMH.Simon Haykin. Communications System Engineering. 2004 2. 41 . Pearson Education. TMH 2004. Oxford Press. 4. Modern Analog and Digital Communication. TEXT BOOKS: 1.B. 2001 2. Kennedy and B Davis. 3rd edition. Digital and Analog Communication Systems. Principles of Communication Systems. Introduction to Analog and Digital Communication Systems. Electronics & Communication Systems.John G. Proakis& Masoud Salehi. 1986 REFERENCES 1.Taub and Schilling.P Lathi. 3rd Edition. 2nd Edition.

Paul Tobin. 10. 11. FM Radio 3. 12. Audio Power Amplifiers 2. 3. 9. 2. 42 . Proakis& Masoud Salehi.John G. 4. 2007. ANALOG COMMUNICATION LAB 1. PWS publishing. Amplitude modulation demodulation using transistors PLL characteristics (locking range capture range) Frequency modulation and demodulation using PLL Pre-emphasis and De-emphasis Single Transistor mixer with band stop and Low pass filters Pulse amplitude modulation (PAM) – verification of sampling theorem Pulse width modulation pulse position modulation and their Demodulation Amplitude Modulation Double side Band Modulation Single side Band Modulation Frequency and Phase Modulations Simulation of Flat topped PAM spectrum 1. 7. 5. 2. 6. Modem SIMULATION TEXT BOOKS 1. Morgan & Clay Pool. 8. “Pspice for Analog Communications”. “Contemporary Communications Systems using Matlab”.

Schering and weinbridge. Ohmmeter – Series type. Errors in Measurement.Digital Storage oscilloscope.Measurement of displacement and velocity (9) TEXT BOOKS 1. Hay.V Tube. (8) UNIT III OSCILLOSCOPES CRO. Multimeter as DC voltmeter. Tata Mc Graw-Hill.O.K Sahaney 2.C & D C MEASUREMENTS & ERRORS Definitions. Piezo electric transducers. Electronic Instrumentation & Measurements . Q meter. AC voltmeter. Resistance Thermometer. 2004. Function generator-sine. 3. 4th Ed. PH1. Hell Frick and W. Lissajous method of frequency measurement & vertical amplifiers Delay line triggered sweep CRO. difference betweenCRT’s. calibration. AC voltmeter using rectifier. (9) UNIT IV: WAVE GENERATORS Signal Sources: Fixed and variable AF oscillator. Applications & Design – E.David A Bell. Thermistor (PTC & NTC). Time and Frequency counter block diagram. FFT spectrum analysizer and its applications (9) UNIT V TRANSDUCERS: Active & Passive Transducer: Resistance. S Kalsi.&T.Modern Electronic Instrumentation & Measurement Techniques – A. Second edition – H. Thermo couplers. Fourier Transform.Electronic Instrumentation. Compensating Attenuators probes for CROActive and passive attenuator type. DC Ammeter and Ohmmeter.X-Ray Tube. Dual trace oscilloscope. 2nd Edition. integrating continuous balance type(Basic Concept) (10) UNIT II BRIDGES DC & AC bridges: Wheat stone.Measuring systems. Kelvin. shunt type. CRT features. Precautions in using bridges.D. DC voltmeters.Electrical and Electronic measurement techniques by A. square pulse and triangular waves . 43 . Inductance. Doebelin. Strain Gauges Force Transducer LVDT. 5th 2002. Digital voltmeter – Ramp. Electronic Devices & Circuits) L 3 T 0 P 0 UNIT I A. REFERENCES 1. DC Ammeters. Maxwell’s. 1990. Block Diagram.D Cooper. Mc Graw Hill. 2. Strain gauges. ELECTRONIC MEASUREMENTS & INSTRUMENTAION (Prerequisite: Circuit Theory. PH1. 2003. Capacitance.

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Cascade and Parallel Forms. PWS Publishing.Alan V Oppenherim. Solution of Difference Equations of Digital Filters. Properties of DFS. Canonic Parallel. 2007. Namjin kim. “ Digital Signal Processing . John R Back. comparison of IIR & FIR filters. systems and filters “ Mc-Graw Hill. The multiplication property. Ltd REFERENCE BOOKS 1. Duality. “Pspice for Digital Signal Processing”. 3rd edition. 2008 4. 2nd Edition. Discrete Time Signal Processing. Pearson Education. 2. Wiley India Pvt. characteristics of linear phase FIR filters. properties of the DTFT. DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING (Prerequisite: Signals & Systems) L 3 T 1 P 2 UNIT – I THE DISCRETE TIME FOURIER TRANSFORM: Introduction. Ronald W Schafer. System Function. Dimtris G Manolakis. The Fourier transform for periodic signals. 2nd Edition 2000. Design of digital filters using frequency transform method. Decimation in time FFT. Cascade forms. Realization of Digital Filters – Direct.John G Proakis. The convolution property. 3. Digital Signal Processing.”Digital Signal Processing System Level Design using Labview”.Emmanuel C Ifechor. Direct form I.Andreas Antonious. Linear convolution using DFT. (9) TEXTBOOKS 1. Discrete Fourier Transform. Stability Criterion. (9) UNIT – IV FIR FILTERS: Introduction. “Digital Signal Processing Using Matlab”. Representation of Aperiodic signals. computation for evaluating DFT . Lattice Realization (9) UNIT – V REALIZATION OF DIGITAL FILTERS: Applications of Z–Transforms. computation of inverse DFT (9) UNIT – III IIR FILTER: Introduction. Design of Digital Butterworth and chebyshev filters using bilinear transformation. Ingle. Morgan & ClayPool. Ludeman“ Fundamentals of Digital Signal Processing”. State Space Realization of Digital filters. frequency response. 2. systems characterized by linear constant – coefficient – Difference Equations.Ramesh Babu.Paul Tobin. Properties of DFT. (9) UNIT – II DFT & FFT : Discrete Fourier series. Decimation in frequency FFT. Pearson Education. John G Proakis. properties of IIR filters. 46 . Digital signal Processing. Elsevier. Signals. Impulse invariance transformation methods. 2005. Direct Form II. Designing FIR filters using Windowing methods. 2000. 2. 2006 SIMULATION TEXT BOOKS 1. Scitech publication. Pearson Education. Canonic. Algonithms and Applications”. Frequency Response of Stable Systems.Nasser kehtarnavaz.Vinay . “Digital Signal Processing: Principles. 3.

John G Proakis. Design of IIR Chebysheb-1 Bilinear transformation 6. PWS Publishing. Ltd 2.Paul Tobin.. Design of IIR Butterworth filter using impulse invariant method 4. 9. 2005. Circular convolution 10.”Digital Signal Processing System Level Design using Labview”. Circular shift of a sequence 11 Realization of cascade form structure 12 Realization of parallel form SIMULATION TEXT BOOKS 1. Evaluation of IDFT of 8 & 16 samples sequence using DIT / DIF algorithm 3. 3. wiley India Pvt. 1. Design of FIR filter using different Windowing Techniques 8. Design of Elliptic filter using Bilinear transformation 7. Elsevier. Ingle. 2007. DFT analysis of Noise Corrupted Signal. Design of IIR Butterworth filter using Bilinear Transformation 5. Morgan & Clay Pool. “Digital Signal Processing Using Matlab”. Namjin kim. Evaluation of DFT of 8 & 16 samples sequence using DIT/DIF algorithm 2. DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING LAB The Programs shall be implemented in Software (Using MATLAB / Lab view / C Programming/ Equivalent) and Hardware (Using TI / Analog devices / Motorola / Equivalent DSP processors).Nasser kehtarnavaz. 47 . “Pspice for Digital Signal Processing”.Vinay .

Input bias current. R-2R Ladder D/A converter and IC 1408 DAC.”Linear Integrated Circuits”. D/A conversion fundamentals. level translators. voltage limiters. New Age International. Precision rectifiers. A/D conversion:. Block diagram of Operational Amplifier. Parallel A/D converters. Difference and instrumentation amplifiers.Op-Amp parameters. 2nd edition. 741 Op-amp and its features. 3. Schmitt Trigger. Pearson Education. Negative feedback concept in Op Amps. Three terminal regulators (9) TEXT BOOKS 1.S. 48 . Gayakwad . Zero-crossing detector.RF Coughlin and Fredrick Driscoll. Voltage to current and current to voltage conversion. Non Linear Applications: Comparators: Introduction.S. shail B. DAC & ADC Specifications. Pearson education.”Op-Amps and Linear Integrated Circuits”.Voltage series and shunt feedback amplifiers and their analysis. Slew rate and methods of improving slew rate. 1987 2. 2004. 2008 2. FET input. LINEAR ICS AND APPLICATIONS (Prerequisite: Analog Electronics) L 3 T 1 P 2 UNIT – I OPERATIONAL AMPLIFIERS: Differential amplifier: Introduction.D. (9) UNIT – IV APPLICATIONS OF SPECIAL ICS The 555 timer. DC & AC characteristics. Window detector. Tracking A/D converters.Rama Kant A.William D Stanely. (9) UNIT – II OP-AMP APPLICATIONS: Linear Applications: The summing amplifier. Dual slope converters. “Linear Integrated Circuits”.Jain. (9) UNIT – IV Monolithic PLLs. Cascaded M Op-Amps. 555 as Monostable and Astable Multivibrator and applications. Ramp converters.Shalivahanan. Ideal and practical Op-amp specifications. 6th edition. frequency translation. Differentiators and integrators. (9) UNIT – III CONVERTERS Sample and hold circuit. REFERENCES 1.Kanchana Bhaskaran . Comparator characteristics. cascade Differential amplifier stages. Tata Mc GrawHill. Log and Antilog amplifiers. Input offset voltage and current. PHI. Weighted resistor summing D/A Converter. V. ”Operational amplifiers and Integrated Circuits”. Limitations of Op-Amps as comparators. A 723 Voltage Regulator and its design. Successive Approximation A/D converters.2003. 565 PLL applications. Operating principles. Phase Locked Loops.frequency multiplication. CMRR Frequency compensation.Roy and Chowdhury. ”Operational amplifiers and Integrated Circuits”.

VCO 13) Design of IC regulator using 723 14) Frequency modulation 566 PART B DESIGN AND SIMULATION USING NI MULTISIM11/ORCAD PSPICE 16. adder-subtractor. Monostable multivibrator) 12) Study of PLL using 565.OpAmp Non-Inverting Amplifier 3.OpAmp Integrator 9.OpAmp Comparator 4. 1. lock range. study of capture range. First Order LPF/HPF 12. Current to voltage converter) 3) Integrator and Differentiator using Op-Amp 4) Instrumentation Amplifier using Op-Amp 5) Wave form generation using Op-Amp (square.OpAmp Differentiator 8.Third Order HPF 14.OpAmp Inverting Amplifier 2.HPF) 7) Design and verification of Schmitt trigger using Op-Amp 8) Study of Op-Amp comparator 9) Study of D/A converter using R-2R ladder 10) Study of Op-Amp logarithmic amplifier 11) Applications of 555 timer (Astable.3 SIMULATION SOFTWARE.Butterworth Second order HPF Note: Five Experiments must be chosen from each Part 49 . Subtractor. Third Order LPF 13. LICA LAB PART A 1) Measurement of Op-Amp parameters 2) Applications of Op-Amp (Adder.Inverting Adder 6. triangular) 6) Design of Active filters (LPF.Schmitt Trigger 5. OpAmp Subtractor 10.OpAmp Triangular wave generator 11.Non-Inverting Adder 7. average amplifier.

A.Yu. PHI. Register organization. programming using procedures and macros. Register organization. 8259A programmable Interrupt controller. parallel data transfer schemes. 1986.S. Interrupts. (9) UNIT-III PROGRAMMABLE INTERFACING USING 8086: Addressing memory & ports.Mazidi & Mc kinley “The 8051 micro controller and embedded systems: using assembles and c. (9) UNIT-V INTRODUCTION TO MICROCONTROLLERS: Microcontroller families. Instruction set. 2nd Edition Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Company. Stack structure and subroutines. 8086 interrupts & interrupt responses.V. sorting.-Programming & applications with 8085/8080”-Penram International-1997. stepper motor and display.Cheng Liu & Glenn A Gibson. Analog interfacing: D/A and A/D converter interfacing and applications (9) UNIT-IV PERIPHERAL DEVICES & INTERFACING: 8237 programmable DMA. 2.Rafiquzzaman M. procedures and macros. PHI.. REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. Timing diagrams. Tata Mc Graw Hill Publishing Company 2002.Gaonkar”Microprocessor Architecture. 8253 programmable interval timer. “Advanced Microprocessors & peripherals”. 4. Architecture of 8051 micro controller. pipelining process 8086 pin diagram. String manipulation instructions. simple programs on 8051 microcontroller TEXT BOOKS: 1. M Bhurchavdi. 2006. keyboard. Digital interfacing: Interfacing p to 7-segment display. Timing and delays. MICROPROCESSORS & INTERFACING (Prerequisite: Digital Electronics) L 3 T 0 P 2 UNIT-I 8086 ARCHITECTURE: Introduction to 8085 microprocessor.Hall “Microprocessor and Interfacing”. 3. Assembly Language programs involving Logical branch & call instructions. 2.” Microcomputer System.RS-232C Serial data standard. Timer/counter. Serial communication. system bus structure.D. 2nd edition. Addressing modes. 8251A programmable communication. and evaluation of arithmetic expressions. 8086/8088 Family”. "Microprocessor Theory And Applications-Intel And Motorola". Minimum & maximum mode of operation. Instruction set descriptions. 2nd Edition. (9) UNIT-II INSTRUCTION SET & ASSEMBLY LANGUAGE PROGRAMMING: Addressing modes of 8086.Ramesh. 8086 Microprocessor internal architecture. Assembler directives. Ray & K. Memory segmentation. programmable parallel I/O 8255. 50 . modes of 8255.K.

factorial using 8086 Programs on Interrupts for using 8086 Programs on Arithmetic. LIST OF EXPERIMENTS: The following Programs/Experiments are to be written for the assembler and execute the same with the 8086/8051 Kits 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Programs on Data Transfer in forward and reverse direction using 8086 Programs on Arithmetic Instructions with 16-bit data using 8086 Programs on logical Instructions using 8086 Programs on String manipulation using 8086 Programs on Sorting and Searching an array using 8086 Programs on Procedures and Macros for BCD to Binary conversion. Logic& Bit manipulation Instructions 8051 Interfacing A/D & D/A to 8086/8051 10 Interfacing of Binary Counters8086/8051 11 Interfacing Stepper Motor 8086/8051 12 Interfacing 7-Segment Display8086/8051 13 LCD Interfacing to 8086/8051 14 Keyboard Interface 8086/8051 15 Data Transfer between two PCs using RS.232 C Serial Port Note: Minimum of 10 programs to be conducted 51 .

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Turnstile antenna. Plane Reflector. Related problems. (9) UNIT II ANTENNA FUNDAMENTALS & LOOP ANTENNAS Definitions: Radiation intensity. Maximum unable Frequency. Maximum range of distance for LOS. space wave & sky wave propagation. EFA. Gain and radiation resistance of current element. Directivity of BSA. (9) UNIT IV REFLECTOR AND LENS ANTENNAS Focusing in paraboloid Reflectors – Geometry. Atmospheric effects in Space-wave propagation. Duct Propagation. Reciprocity Principle. Antenna efficiency. Near and Far fields. Polarization. Micro strip antenna. Uniform and tapered illumination. Importance of F/D ratio. Skip distance. Effective length and Radiation Resistance. Binomial Arrays. Antenna Types: Yagi –Uda Antenna. side lobe level. Null depth. V and Rhombic Antennas. Relation between Effective Area and Directivity and related problems. Critical frequency. (9) UNIT V WAVE PROPAGATION The three basic types of propagation. (9) UNIT III ANTENNA ARRAYS AND ANTENNA TYPES Antenna Arrays: Expression for Electric field from two or three element Arrays. Slot antenna. Power radiated and radiation resistance of current element. Gyro frequency. Effective length and Effective Area. Half wave dipole and folded dipole. Radiation resistance of elementary dipole with linear current distribution. Lumeberg lens. Cassegrain feed system. Ground wave propagation: Attenuation characteristics for Ground wave Propagation. Horn antenna. Front to back Ratio. Virtual height. Relation between gain. Modification for time varying. Beam width. ANTENNAS AND WAVE PROPAGATION (Prerequisite: Electromagnetic Fields & Waves) L 3 T 0 P 0 UNIT 1 RADIATION FIELDS OF WIRE ANTENNAS Concept of vector potential. Principle of Pattern multiplication. Directivity. Space wave propagation: Effect of curvature of an Ideal earth. Radiation from Half-wave Dipole & Quarter-wave Monopole. Summerfield analysis of Ground wave. Radiation Fields. Refraction and Reflection of sky waves by Ionosphere. ground wave. Figure of Merit. EFA. Radio-Horizon. retarded case. Focusing in a lens Antenna – Dielectric lenses & metal plane Lens Antenna. Losses due to earth constants. Sky Wave Propagation: Structure of Ionospheric Propagation. (9) (PT0) 53 . Main lobe. Corner reflector. Types of feeds. Uniform linear arrays – BSA.

K D Prasad. Tech India Publications. “Antenna and Wave Propagation”. John Wiley & Sons.A Balanis.G. “ Electromagnetic Waves and Antenna” 54 . 2001. “Electromagnetic Waves and Radiating Systems”. Pearson Education. 2000. 2001 2. 3. Satya Prakashan.C. REFERENCE BOOKS 1.E. Jordan and K.E. MC Graw Hill SIMULATION BOOK 1. Balamain.Terman . 2. Orfanidis. “Antennas & Wave Propagation”. Mc Graw-Hill.. “Antennas”.1988 3. 2nd ed.. TEXT BOOKS 1. 2nd ed. “Antenna Theory”.G S N Raju. New Delhi. “Radio Engineering”.Sophocles J. Pearson Education.F.C.John D Kraus.. 2nd ed.

“Pspice for Digital Communications Engineering”. Geometric interpretation of signals. “Digital and Analog Communication Systems”. DIGITAL COMMUNICATIONS (Prerequisite: Analog Communications) L 3 T 0 P 2 UNIT-1 ELEMENTS OF DIGITAL COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS: Model of Digital Communication Systems. Optimum Receiver. ASK. 2004 2. PSK. Coherent detection of signals in noise. 55 . noise in PCM and DM system.Paul Tobin. Bandwidth-S/N Tradeoff.Simon Haykin. ASK. Eye Diagrams. Certain Issues in Digital Transmission.Coherent BPSK. (9) UNIT-IV DIGITAL MODULATION TECHNIQUES: Introduction. 3. “Modern Analog and Digital Communication”. Properties. John G. Pulse Code Modulation: Encoding. (10) UNIT . John Wiley & Sons. McGraw Hill. TDM. Signal Space Representation and Probability of Error. FSK. Advantages of Digital Communication Systems. Ideal Nyquist channel. FDM. 2. 2007. Gram Schmidt Orthogonalization procedure. FSK (8) UNIT-V DIGITAL PASSBAND TRANSMISSION: Introduction. Correlation receiver. Digital Representation of Analog Signal.II BASE BAND PULSE TRANSMISSION: Matched filter. Sampling Theorem PULSE MODULATION: Types of Pulse Modulation. Hartley Shanon Law. Quantization Process. 2nd edition. detection . Duo binary signaling. M-ary PSK. 3rd edition. Inter-symbol interference. 4th Edition. DPSK. (9) UNIT III OPTIMAL RECEPTION OF DIGITAL SIGNAL: Pulse Shaping for Optimum Transmissions. Adaptive delta modulation. 2001 REFERENCES 1.Cory L Clark. QPSK.P Lathi. BFSK. Pearson. “Communication Systems’’. Pearson education SIMULATION BOOK 1. Oxford Press. DPSK. (9) TEXT BOOKS 1. Leon W Couch II. A Baseband Signal Receiver. Optimal of Coherent Reception. Raised cosine spectrum. PWM and PPM. Correlative level coding. comparison of PCM and DM systems. Pass band transmission model. comparison of pulse modulation techniques. “Communications System Engineering”. Cross Talk. QPSK. Probability of Error. Generation and Demodulation of PAM. Morgan & Clay Pool. Proakis & Masoud Salehi. Regeneration Decoding. DELTA MODULATION: Its draw backs. Modified Duo binary signaling. Non Coherent BFSK.” Labview Digital Signal Processing and Digital Communications”. Differential Pulse Code Modulation. B. Probability of error.

SIMULATION USING MATLAB 2010b/NI LABVIEW 2010/VisSim Comm PART B 1. PSK. 3. HARDWARE Carrier modulation techniques. FSK) Analog sampling and reconstruction techniques. 6. 3. DIGITAL COMMUNICATION LAB PART A 1. Note: Five Experiments must be chosen from each Part SIMULATION BOOKS 1. “Pspice for Digital Communications Engineering”. 8.Cory L Clark.” Labview Digital Signal Processing and Digital Communications”. 3. 5. Simulation of adaptive Delta modulation. 4. Proakis & Masoud Salehi. PCM with sampling. 5. Uniform quantization & Uni-polar RZ encoding. 2. Simulation of sigma Delta modulation. Simulation of delta modulation.Paul Tobin. 2. Linear delta modulation for Sine wave. 2007.John G. Generation and Detection of PCM Pulse modulation and demodulation techniques Delta Modulation and Demodulation.law encoding. “Contemporary Communications Systems using Matlab”. McGraw Hill. Simulation of PSK/FSK 10. A . 6. u -law encoding. PCM with sampling. 9. Generation and detection of TDM. 4. 7. PWS publishing. Morgan & Clay Pool. PCM with sampling. 2. S/N for PCM u -law encoding. (ASK. 56 . Simulation of DPCM.

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radio-pill and telestimulation. cryogenic application. EEG. 59 . (9) TEXT BOOKS 1.J. Second edition. Tata McGraw-Hill. EOG – lead systems and recording methods. Telemetry principles. medical stimulator. Electrophoresis. New Delhi. Blood flow meter. frequency selection.Brown. (9) UNIT II BIO-CHEMICAL AND NON ELECTRICAL PARAMETER MEASUREMENTS pH. REFERENCES 1.Webster. New Delhi. “Biomedical instrumentation and measurement”. respiratory measurement. pulse. Hearing aids. “Medical Instrumentation Application and Design”. R. Blood pressure. Bio-telemetry. electrical safety. 2007. 2. pO2. cardiac output. 2004. pHCO3. Auto analyzer.Lesile Cromwell. “Introduction to Biomedical equipment technology”. (9) UNIT V RECENT TRENDS IN MEDICAL INSTRUMENTATION Thermograph. photometer. DC Debrillators. biological amplifiers. biopotential electrodes. John Wiley and Sons. endoscopy unit.Khandpur. (9) UNIT IV PHYSICAL MEDICINE AND BIO-TELEMETRY Diathermies – Short-wave. ECG. Dialyser. EMG. (Asia) Pvt. 2003. MEDICAL ELECTRONICS (Elective-1) (Prerequisite: Analog Electronics & Electronic Instrumentation) L 4 T 0 P 0 UNIT I ELECTRO-PHYSIOLOGY AND BIOPOTENTIAL RECORDING The origin of Biopotentials. Surgical diathermy. Laser in medicine. Heart-Lung machine. pCO2.Joseph. Prentice Hall of India. differential count.Ltd. “Handbook of Biomedical Instrumentation”. Blood cell counters. temperature.2004. ultrasonic and microwave type and their applications. (9) UNIT III ASSIST DEVICES Cardiac pacemakers.. PCG. 2. Pearson Education Inc.S. typical waveforms and signal characteristics. colorimeter. Carr and John M. introduction to telemedicine.John G.

EMI AND EMC (Elective-2) (Prerequisite: Electromagnetic Fields & Waves) L 4 T 0 P 0 UNIT – I EMI ENVIRONMENT: Sources of EMI. Grounding. Transient EMI. Signal control. EMI Shielded Chamber. Antenna Systems. Transformers. Open Area Test Site. (9) UNIT – III EMC DESIGN GUIDELINES AND CHOICE OF PASSIVE COMPONENTS FOR EMC: EMC Design Guidelines: Typical Sub systems in Electronic Equipment. EMI Specifications/Standards/Limits: Units of specifications. EMI Test. Civilian Standards and Military Standards (9) UNIT – II EMI CONTROL TECHNIQUES: Shielding. Digital Computers. Cable Routing. 60 . Isolation Transformer. Conducted and Radiated EMI. Control Devices. Conductors. (9) UNIT – V EMI MEASUREMENTS: EMI Test Instrument / Systems. Filtering. “Principles of Electromagnetic Compatibility”. Conductive Gaskets. (9) UNIT-IV CHOICE OF PASSIVE COMPONENTS FOR EMC : Capacitors. TEM cell Antennas (9) TEXT BOOKS: 1. EMI –EMC Definitions and Units of Parameters. Digital Circuits. Inductors. Transmitters. Bonding. Power Supplies. IEEE press. Receivers. Artech House 3rd Edition. Coaxial Connectors. Transient Suppressors. Ferrite Beads. Resistors. Measurements and Technologies”.Bernard Kieser. Component Selection and mounting.V P Kodali. 2. “Engineering EMC Principles. Motors.

Impedance Measurements. Avalanche transit time diodes: Read diode. applications of magic tee. David M. series of E-plane Tee. “Microwave and RF Design of Wireless systems” . Equivalent circuit of magic tee. Errors and Precautions. Klystron: Velocity – modulation process. TRAPATT diode. Velocity modulation. reflex Klystron. output power and beam loading. shunt or H-plane tee. ML Sisodia & GS Raghuvamshi. (10) UNIT –II MICROWAVE TUBES: Traveling Wave tubes. S Matrix Calculations for – 2 port Junctions. 5. Formulation and Properties. E plane and H plane Tees. Illustrative Problems. Frequency Standing Wave Measurements – Measurement of Low and High VSWR. Description of Microwave Bench – Different Blocks and their Features. coupler parameters. Gyrator (elementary principles only). Power output and efficiency.”PHI 61 . “Microwave Circuits and Passive Devices”. microwave resonators. rectangular and cylindrical cavity resonators. Peter A. wave guide Tees. Radmanesh. IEEE Press Series. (9) UNIT-1V MICROWAVE SOLID-STATE DEVICES: Microwave tunnel diode. Microwave crossed field tubes: Cylindrical Magnetron.” Microwave Engineering Passive Circuits. 2001. Pozar. Microwave Power Measurement.” Microwave Engineering”. Bunching process. (10) TEXT BOOKS 1. Mathew. 2. Rizzi. fields and currents in tee junctions. R. Circulator and Isolator. theorems on Tee junctions. directional couplers in use. Bolometers Measurement of Attenuation. RE Collin. Magic Tee. BARITT Diode. Cavity Q. “Foundations for Microwave Engineering”. “RF & Microwave Engineering”. Multicavity Klystron amplifiers: beam current density. John Willey & Sons. Faraday Rotation Isolator. CFA and BWO (Qualitative analysis only). 2003 3. Tee junction parameters. (8) UNIT – III MICROWAVE PASSIVE COMPONENTS: Wave guide bends and twists. MICROWAVE ENGINEERING (Prerequisite: Electromagnetic Fields & Waves) L T P 3 1 2 UNIT –I INTRODUCTION: Limitations of Conventional tubes at Microwave frequencies. Attenuators.PHI-2001 4. IK International Publications 2. Ferrite Devices. Circulator. applications of directional couplers. Directional couplers.GSN Raju. IMPATT diode. output current and output power of two cavity Klystron. Strip and Microstrip (8) UNIT-V MICROWAVE MEASUREMENTS: Scattering Matrix–Significance. Gunn Effect diodes and modes of operation.Samuel Y Liao.” Microwave Devices and Circuits” Pearson Education REFERENCE BOOK 1.

Determination of a given Directional Coupler characteristics 2 2 2 62 . 6. Measurement of low VSWR using Microwave Bench. Determination of radiation pattern of an waveguide horn antenna 7. Measurements of unknown impedance using Microwave Bench. Measurement of high VSWR using Microwave Bench 4. Verification of the Expression 1 o 1 g 1 c 5. 3. MICROWAVE LAB Microwave Experiments: 1. Measurement of Gain of an Waveguide Horn Antenna 2.

2nd Edition. Fiber Optic couplers. Numerical Aperture. fiber materials. Applications of Optical Fiber. 2nd Edition. Total internal reflection. REFERENCE BOOKS 1. Optical Receiver Circuit. Digital System planning considerations. attenuation. Dispersion: Inter-model and intra-model. OPTICAL COMMUNICATIONS (Prerequisite: Electromagnetic Fields & Waves) L 3 T 1 P 2 UNIT – I INTRODUCTION: Historical development. Ray Theory Transmission.” Fiber Optic Communications”. Avalanche Photodiode and their characteristics. Fiber types: Step Index. (9) UNIT – V OPTICAL FIBER MEASUREMENTS: Numerical Aperture.” Optical Fiber Communication”. Optical power budgeting. PHI 2.” Advanced Electronic Communication Systems”. refractive index. FIBER OPTIC COMPONENTS. PHI. Feature Concepts. splicing. Advantages of Optical Fibers. FDDI. Tomasi . Noise sources (9) UNIT – IV OPTICAL FIBER SYSTEMS: Optical Transmitter Circuits. connectors. scattering and bending losses in fibers. absorption. Acceptance angle. cutback and OTDR. McGraw-Hill 2.W. PIN Photodiode. (9) TEXT BOOKS: 1. connection losses. Simple structures and its characteristics. PHI 63 . Advanced Multiplexing Strategies. ADVANCED OPTICAL SYSTEMS AND FIBER MEASUREMENTS: Fiber Optic LAN’s. Fiber Optic Switches (9) UNIT – III OPTICAL SOURCES AND DETECTORS LED’S: Principles of Light Emission. ”Optical Fiber Communications: Principles and Practice”. Light Emitting Diodes: Simple structure and characteristics LASER: Principle.J C Palais . Critical Angle.John M Senior. Graded Index: Modes of Propagation: single mode and multimode fibers. Elements of an Optical Fiber transmission link. Keiser G. DETECTORS: Principles of photo detection. Fiber Fabrication (9) UNIT – II TRANSMISSION CHARACTERISTICS OF OPTICAL FIBERS: Attenuation.

Study of pulse amplitude modulation using fiber optics. Fiber Optics Cable: Numerical Aperture Measurements 2. Study of pulse width modulation using fiber optics 9.Study of Pulse Position Modulation using Fiber optics 64 . Digital Link Setup using a Fiber 5. Analog Link Setup using a Fiber 4. Setup of Time Division Multiplexing using Fiber Optics 6. 8. Measurement of Coupling and Bending Losses of a Fiber 3. Characteristics of Light Sources / Detectors 7. OPTICAL COMMUNICATION LAB Fiber Optics Experiments: 1.

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Plumbicon. video amplifier. composite video signal. positive and negative modulation.”Television and Video Engineering”2nd Edition. TV broadcast channels. (9) UNIT II TV SIGNAL TRANSMISSION AND PROPAGATION : Broad Cost T V Transmitter. Color TV transmission and Reception . interference. power supply. TV signal propagation. sound section. AFC. sound signal transmission. scanning sections. sync separation and processing. IF subsystem. TV transmission Antennas. 1994. (9) TEXT BOOKS: 1. Monochrome and Colour TV – R. TELEVISION AND VIDEO ENGINEERING (Prerequisite: Analog Communications) L 4 T 0 P 0 UNITI INTRODUCTION TO MONOCHROME TELEVISION: Basic Television system. Vision characteristic Geometric form and aspect ratio.P. color mixings. Modern Television Practice – Principles. DIGITAL TV. 2002. high level and low level VSB transmission. Direct to Home Satellite TV. REFERENCES: 1 S. progressive and Interlaced scanning systems. Technology and Service – R. (9) UNITIII TV CAMERAS &PICTURE TUBES: Television Cameras: Image Orthicon. PIL and Trinitron (9) UNIT IV COLOR TELEVISION: Compatibility. NTSC and PAL systems.color difference signals. Television standards. New Age International Publication. 2 A. Color TV Camera. Gulati. deflection systems. 67 . Gulati. formation of chrominance signals. Dhake . luminance signal. Vidicon. Comparison of TV Camera tubes.”Colour Television Theory and Practice”TMH.R. image continuity. Silicon diode array Vidicon. (9) UNIT V T. T V Receiver. standard channel BW. 2. Bali .2002. Color fundamentals. Trigun. Perception of brightness and colors. New Age InternationalPublication.M. AGC and noise cancellation. encoding of color difference signals. Modern TV transmission Schemes: cable TV. Horizontal and vertical sync.V RECEIVER SUBSYSTEMS: RF tuner. Picture signal transmission.Color TV Picture tube characteristics and specifications.R.

Pearson Ed. Encoding using an (n-k) bit shift register. Channel capacity Theorem. (9) UNIT . 2003.”Digital Communications “. Sam Shanmugam . . Ranjan Bose .5 RS CODES. (9) TEXT BOOKS: 1. Transform domain approach.”ITC and Cryptography. BCH codes. TMH. Shannon’s encoding algorithm.4 BINARY CYCLE CODES.2 ENCODING OF THE SOURCE OUTPUT. examples. Standard arrays and table look up for decoding.3 CHANNEL CODING THEOREM. Discrete memory less Channels. II edition. Average information content of symbols in long independent sequences. 2nd Ed 2008 68 . Simon Haykin .”Digital and analog communication systems. Error detection and correction. Glover and Grant . Discrete communication channels. (9) UNIT . Mark-off statistical model for information source. Huffman coding. Channel Capacity (9) UNIT .”Digital communication.1 INTRODUCTION. Burst and Random Error correcting codes. 2007 2. John Wiley. Mutual information. Time domain approach. Average information content of symbols in long dependent sequences. Shortened cyclic codes. Golay codes. John Wiley. REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. Burst error correcting codes. K. Introduction. Differential entropy and mutual information for continuous ensembles. Source coding theorem. INFORMATION THEORY & CODING (Prerequisite: Probability Theory & Stochastic Processes) L 3 T 0 P 0 UNIT . Syndrome calculation. 2. Algebraic structures of cyclic codes. Continuous channels. Entropy and information rate of mark-off source. Convolution Codes. (9) UNIT . Measure of information. Communication Channels. 1996. Types of errors. Types of codes Linear Block Codes: Matrix description.

Signal Flow Chart Modeling. RF FILTER DESIGN: Scattering Parameters: Definition. Biasing Networks for FET. Forbidden Regions.Sourced and Loaded Transmission Lines: Power Considerations. Conversion Between Sand Z-parameters. Device Characterization. Open Circuit and Quarter Wave Transmission Lines. (9) (PTO) UNIT I: 69 . (9) UNIT III: ACTIVE RF COMPONENT MODELLING: RF Diode Models: Nonlinear and Linear Models-Transistor Models: Large Signal and Small Signal BJT Models. C. Return Loss and Insertion Loss. Meaning. Chip Capacitors. Frequency Response and Quality Factor.-Chip Components and Circuit Board Considerations: Chip Resistors. Biasing Networks for BJT. High Frequency Capacitors. and Surface Mount Inductors. Normalized Impedance-Impedance Transformation: Standing wave Ratio. L.Scattering Parameter. Special Transformation Conditions-Admittance Transformation-Parallel and Series RL & RC Connections-Basic Definitions of Single and Multi-Port NetworksInterconnecting Networks. RF SYSTEM DESIGN (Prerequisite: Electromagnetic Fields & Waves) L 4 T 0 P 0 INTRODUCTION: Importance of RF Design-Dimensions and Units-Frequency Spectrum-RF Behaviour of Passive Components: High Frequency Resistors. Chain Scattering Matrix. REVIEW OF TRANSMISSION LINES: Types of Transmission Lines-Equivalent Circuit representation-R. (9) UNIT II: SINGLE AND MULTI-PORT NETWORKS: The Smith Chart: Reflection Coefficient. (9) UNIT IV: MATCHING AND BIASING NETWORKS: Impedance Matching Using Discrete Components: Two Component Matching Networks. High Pass. Generalization-Basic Resonator and Filter Configurations: Low Pass. High Frequency Inductors. G parameters of Different Line configurations-Terminated Lossless Transmission Lines-Special Terminations: Short Circuit. Large Signal and Small Signal FET Models. T and Pi Matching NetworksAmplifier Classes of Operation and Biasing Networks: Classes of Operation and Efficiency of Amplifiers. Band Pass and Band Stop type Filters-Filter Implementation using Unit Element and Kuroda's Identities Transformations-Coupled Filters. Input Impedance Matching.

Quartz Oscillators. simulation and applications”.Roland E. 70 . John Wiley & Sons USA. 2. 3. Single and Double Balanced Mixers.”Radio Frequency and Microwave Communication Circuits – Analysis and Design “John Wiley & Sons.Noise Figure Circles. REFERENCES: 1. Single Ended Mixer Design. “RF / Microwave Circuit Design”. 2. Transducer Power Gain. “Radio Frequency & Microwave Electronics”. Inc. Second Edition. New Kirk. Pearson Education Asia. Pearson Education Asia. Carr.Misra .Constant VSWR Circles. Design steps.. McGraw Hill Publishers. Best.Mathew M. 2000.Fixed Frequency High Frequency Oscillator -Basic Characteristics of Mixers: Concepts. Feedback Oscillator Design. Third Edition. “Secrets of RF Circuit Design”. “Phase . Rohde and David P.Joseph . Unconditional Stability. RF OSCILLATORS AND MIXERS: Basic Oscillator Model: Negative Resistance Oscillator. McGraw Hill Publishers 5TH edition 2003.Reinhold Ludwig and Powel Bretchko. (9) TEXT BOOKS: 1. And Stabilization Methods-Unilateral and Bilateral Design for Constant Gain. UNIT V: RF TRANSISTOR AMPLIFIER DESIGN: Characteristics of Amplifiers. Radmanesh. 4.Amplifier Power Relations: RF Source.Locked Loops: Design.Ulrich L.Devendra K. Frequency Domain Considerations. J.” RF Circuit Design – Theory and Applications”. First Edition. Additional Power Relations-Stability Considerations: Stability Circles. 2002.

R. Pearson Education. D A Milovanovic. Quality of Service.263-MPEG 1. VoIP and SS7. (10) TEXT BOOKS: 1. Pearson education. (10) UNIT III TEXT AND IMAGE COMPRESSION Compression principles-source encoders and destination encoders-lossless and lossy compression-entropy encoding –source encoding -text compression –static Huffman coding dynamic coding –arithmetic coding –Lempel ziv-welsh Compression-image compression (9) UNIT IV VoIP TECHNOLOGY Basics of IP transport. K. networks. TMH. “Computer Networking “a Top down approach. 2006 5.Z S Bojkovic.Fred Halshall. 4. hardware. McGraw Hill. H. REFERENCES 1. Protocols. Pearson education. protocols and standards”. “Multimedia Communication Systems: Techniques.Multimedia skills . 2.323/ SIP –Network Architecture. animation.applications. 2005. video. 2007. “Principles of Multimedia”.CODEC Methods-VOIP applicability (9) UNIT V MULTIMEDIA NETWORKING Multimedia networking -Applications-streamed stored and audio-making the best Effort service-protocols for real time interactive Applications-distributing multimedia-beyond best effort service-secluding and policing Mechanisms-integrated services-differentiated ServicesRSVP. 2. “Multideai: making it work”. 7/e. 2. First ed. Call establishment and release. images. TMH. Standards.261-H. (7) UNIT II AUDIO AND VIDEO COMPRESSION Audio compression–DPCM-Adaptive PCM –adaptive predictive coding-linear Predictive codingcode excited LPC-perpetual coding Video compression –principles-H. “Multimedia communication . 4.Ranjan Parekh. MULTIMEDIA COMMUNICATION (Prerequisite: Computer Networks) L 4 T 0 P 0 UNIT I MULTIMEDIA COMPONENTS Introduction . Pearson Education 2007 3.KR. 71 . “Multimedia Computing.Marcus goncalves “Voice over IP Networks”. graphics. VoIP challenges. Rao. Communications and Applications”.Kurose and W. 3rd ed. 1995.Ross. Nahrstedt. and Networks”. Steimnetz.Multimedia components and their characteristicsText. Tay Vaughan. sound.

BlackmanTuckey method. Filterbank interpertation of periodogram. Modern Spectral Estimation Theory & Applications. AR signals. Nonlinear least squares method. Properties of PSD (5) UNIT II PSD ESTIMATION . Nonparametric methods : Periodogram properties. (10) UNIT III PSD ESTIMATION . time-bandwidth product and resolution variance trade-offs in window design. Welch method.. ESPRIT method. Power spectral density of random signals. Slepia base-band filters. Energy spectral density of deterministic signals. Capon method. Burg method for AR parameter estimation. (10) UNIT V FILTERBANK METHODS . Modified Yule-Walker method. R.L. Levinson-Durbin Algorithm. Twostage least square method. (10) UNIT IV PARAMETRIC METHOD FOR LINE SPECTRA. Refined periodogram methods : Bartlet method. Estimation of PSD from finite data. (10) TEXT BOOKS 1. refined filterbank method for higher resolution spectral analysis. bias and variance analysis. Higher order Yule-Walker method. Covariance structure of ARMA process. MA signals. Models of sinusoidal signals in noise. Min-norm method. Window design considerations.Non-parametric methods. Introduction to higher order spectra. Prentice Hall 2. SPECTRUM ANALYSIS (Prerequisite: Digital Signal Processing) L 4 T 0 P 0 UNIT I POWER SPECTRAL DENSITY. Kay SM. Moses “Introduction to Spectral Analysis”. Least square method. Parametric method for rational spectra. MUSIC and Pisarenko methods. Prentice Hall 72 .Parametric methods . Yule-Walker method. Stoica .

Spread spectrum techniques. Hybrid Simulation. Digital Communications) L 4 T 0 P 0 UNIT 1. 73 . Synchronization. sampling & quantization for simulation (9) UNIT 4. Analog & Digital Simulation. Discrete Event System Simulation. Banks. Univariat & Multivariat Models. generation of random variables using common distributions. (9) UNIT 3. INTRODUCTION Concept of Simulation. RF and optical modulation demodulation. replication. Jeruchim & Others. Modern Digital and Communication Systems by Lathi B. MODELING OF COMMUNICATION SYSTEM Information sources encoding/decoding. System Simulation – by DS Hira 2. SIMULATION AND MODELING METHODOLOGY Simulation environment. Noise interference and error. Simulation of Communication Systems by M. (9) UNIT 5. design of simulation experiment – length of run. Control coding. Simulation of random variables & random processors. MODELING & SIMULATION OF COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS (Prerequisite: Signals & Systems. variance reduction techniques.P. transformations of random processes. Advantages & Limitations of Simulation. Error sources in simulation. Model. REVIEW OF SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS. Carsen. properties & testing of random numbers. Steps in Simulation Study (9) UNIT 2. Generation of random numbers. base band modulation and mapping. Bounds and approximations of Random processes. 2. Simulation of analog systems using PSpice (9) TEXT BOOKS 1. Performance evaluation techniques. elimination of initial bias. Asia. Continuous & Discreet Models. Real Time Simulation. Transformation functions. Continuous & discrete LT systems. Deterministic & Stochastic models. Modeling consideration. RANDOM NUMBER Psedue Random Numbers. Filtering communication channels and models. Types of Model. System. Nelson. Plenum Press. Persian Edu. REFERENCE BOOKS 1.C.

Receiver noise and signal to noise ratio. MTI improvement factor. Stealth applications. Hyperbolic Navigational(LORAN. Doppler filter banks TRACKING:Types of tracking Radar Systems. MST radar. Sequential Lobing Radar.OMEGA) (9) UNIT V RADAR STUDIES OF THE ATMOSPHERE: Introduction. Sky wave Radar. Doppler Effect.ILS. ELECTRONIC WARFARE: Objectives an definitions. DME. Advantage of Basic Radar. Basic Radar . RCS: RCS of simple targets. Types of Electronic counter measures and Electronic counter to counter measures. FMCW Radar. The Over-The-Horizon Radar Equation (9) (PTO) 74 . RADAR AND NAVIGATIONAL AIDS (Prerequisite: Microwave Engineering ) L 4 T 0 P 0 UNIT – I: INTRODUCTION. VOR. Block Diagram of Pulse Radar. Non recursive and Recursive filters. Detection of signals in noise. (9) UNIT – II: MTI RADAR. PRF and Range Ambiguities. Meteor Wind Radar. Conical Scan and Mono pulse Tracking Radar (9) UNIT – III: Super heterodyne Receiver. RCS of multiple targets. Automatic Direction Finder. GPS. Scattering Mechanism. Clutter Attenuation. N-pulse delay line canceller. Noise jamming. DVOR. Limitations of CW Radar. TACAN . simple form of Radar equation. Over The Horizon Radar: Introduction.DECA. staggered PRF. MLS. Radomes. Delay line cancellers: Frequency response of single delay line cancellers. Types of Duplexers and receiver protectors. (9) UNIT – IV Elementary ideas of Navigational Aids. Altimeter. types of Displays. Surface Wave Radar. integration of Radar pulses.

”Radar Engineering and Fundamentals of Navigational Aids”. AK Sen and Dr AB Bhattacharya. Bassem R. “Radar Systems and Radio Aids to Navigation” SIMULATION BOOK 1. John Wiley Inc. TEXT BOOKS: 1.” Modern Radar Systems”. GSN Raju.. 3rd Edition. “Radar Principles”.Merrill I Skolnik. Hamish Meikie.Mahafza “Radar systems Analysis and design using Matlab” Chapman & Hall 75 . I K International REFERENCE BOOKS 1. “ Introduction to Radar Systems”.Peyton Z Peebles Jr. TMH. 2003 2. Artech House 3. 2004 2.

WAP gateway.W-CDMA. WAP: WAP model. SMALL SCALE FADING: Multipath Propagation. Upper layer. Parameters of Mobile Multipath channels. Paging system. WAP Protocol. EGC selection diversity. Link layer. Radio interface. base station system. Mobile Services (3G): Paradigm shifts in 3G systems CDMA 2000: Introduction. Cellular concept: Frequency reuse. Hand off strategies. (9) UNIT – IV WIRELESS NETWORKING (2G) GSM architecture: Mobile station. IS-95 architecture. Rake receiver. Types of small scale fading. Nonlinear equalizers. Reflection. Network and switching sub system. Decision feedback equalizers. MOBILE & CELLULAR COMMUNICATION (Prerequisite: Digital Communications) L 4 T 0 P 0 UNIT – I INTRODUCTION TO MOBILE COMMUNICATION Evolution of Mobile Radio Communication. (9) (PTO) 76 . Polarization diversity. (9) UNIT – III EQUALIZATION:Fundamentals of Equalizers. MLSE. GSM Short message services –architecture. (9) UNIT – II MOBILE RADIO PROPAGATION LARGE SCALE FADING: Free space propagation model: Three basic propagation mechanisms. Channel Assignment strategies. Improving coverage and capacity in cellular systems. Cellular telephone Systems. CDMA 2000 layering structure. Examples of Wireless Communication Systems. time diversity. Location tracking and Call set up. Interference and System capacity. Cordless telephones systems. Diffraction scattering. (9) UNIT – V WIRELESS NETWORKING (3G)Mobile services (2. frequency diversity. DIVERSITY TECHNIQUES: Space diversity: MRC. GPRS architecture.5G): GPRS: GPRS functional groups. Linear equalizers.

McGraw-Hill. 2003. Rappaport. Yi-BinLin. 2002 77 . Wireless and Mobile Network Architecture. 2001. REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. 4. Juha Korhonen. Wireless Communications Principles and Practice. PHI. 1995. 2. “Principles of Wireless Networks”. Second Edition. Wireless Digital Communications. Wiley. Mobile Cellular Communications Principles and Practice.Prasanth Krishnamurthy. Pearson Education Asia. K. TEXT BOOKS: 1. Lee. 3.C. Kaveth Pahlvan. Artech House.W.” Introduction to 3G Mobile Communications”. 2nd Edition. Kamilo Feher. 2003. 2.Theodore S. Pearson Education.Y. 2nd Edition.

The general Gaussian problem. Bayes risk criterion. Properties of estimators: Bias. Neymann-Pearson criterion. Linear minimum variance . Robust detection. (9) UNIT IV ESTIMATION IN THE PRESENCE OF GAUSSIAN NOISE -Linear observation. Uniform cost function. Efficiency. Sensitivity and error analysis (9) UNIT V PREDICTION. Waveform observation in additive Gaussian noise. Probability of error criterion. Sufficient statistics and statistical estimation of parameters: Concept of sufficient statistics. Kalman filter. (9) UNIT III MAXIMUM LIKELIHOOD ESTIMATION. Non-linear estimation.Least squares method. ESTIMATION AND DETECTION THEORY (Prerequisite: Digital Communications) L 4 T 0 P 0 UNIT I DETECTION THEORY: Maximum likelihood decision criterion. Minimax criterion. The integrating optimum receiver. Uniformly minimum variance unbiased estimation. (9) (PTO) 78 . Bayes cost method Bayes estimation criterion – Mean square error criterion. Exponential families and Maximum likelihood estimation. Exponential families of distributions. (9) UNIT II DETECTION THEORY: Vector observations. absolute value cost function. Cramer Rao bound Assymptotic properties. Receiver operating characteristics. Matched filter receiver.

McGraw Hill. Orfanidis. McGraw Hill. Statistical Digital Signal Processing and Modelling.Monson H. Statistical Signal Processing: Vol. 1: Estimation Theory.Dimitri Kazakos. 1978. 5. John Wiley & Sons Inc. Melsa and David L.. Optimum Signal Processing 2nd edn. 79 . Statistical Signal Processing .. 1998. Communication and Control. 6. Kay. 2: Detection Theory. Vol. 1996.Jerry M. Detection and Estimation.James L. Computer Science Press. John Wiley & Sons Inc. P.. Sophocles J. Decision and Estimation Theory. Detection. 1995 4. Prentice Hall Inc. 3. 1968. June 14. Part 1. TEXT BOOKS 1. Papantoni Kazakos. Estimation and Modulation Theory. Hayes.Harry L. 2. 2. Van Trees. Mendel. REFERENCES: 1. Scott C.Steven M. 2004. Lessons in Estimation Theory for Signal Processing. Prentice Hall Inc.. Cohn. 1988.

System Design Examples. GPS Position Location Principles. Antennas. Command and Monitoring. Satellite Signal Acquisition. Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA). Earth Station Technology: Introduction. Applications. Frequency Allocations for Satellite Services. SATELLITE COMMUNICATION (Prerequisite: Digital Communications) L 4 T 0 P 0 UNIT I: INTRODUCTION: Basic Concepts of Satellite Communications. Calculation of C/N. (10) (PTO) 80 . DSSS with CBPSK. Probability of error. FDMA & TDMA. GPS Signal Levels. Tracking. Power Systems. Up Link Design. DSSS. Spread Spectrum Techniques. Primary Power Test Methods. Transmitters. Orbital Effects in Communication Systems Performance. Design of Down Links. Time Division Multiple Access (TDMA). Processing gain. (10) UNIT VI: MULTIPLE ACCESS TECHNIQUES: Frequency Division Multiple Access (FDMA). FHSS: Slow frequency hopping. Terrestrial Interface. MEO and GSO. Intermodulation. Frame Structure. Fast frequency hopping. Orbital elements. GPS Navigation Message. Communication Subsystems. Receivers.Comparison between CDMA. Satellite Antennas. GPS Receivers and Codes. System Noise Temperature and G/T Ratio. Orbital Mechanics and Launchers: Orbital mechanics of LEO. (6) UNIT III: SATELLITE LINK DESIGN: Basic Transmission Theory. GPS C/A Code Accuracy. Look Angle determination. Differential GPS. Tracking Systems. Locating the Satellite with respect to the Earth. Design Of Satellite Links For Specified C/N. (9) UNIT II: SATELLITE SUBSYSTEMS: Attitude and Orbit Control System. Satellite Switched TDMA Onboard Processing. (10) UNIT V: SATELLITE NAVIGATION & GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEM : Radio and Satellite Navigation. Telemetry. GPS Receiver Operation.

WSE. Dennis Roddy Satellite Communications . 2nd Edition.Pritchard. John Wiley & Sons.”Satellite Communication. Richharia. 2nd Edition. 2nd Edition. Robert A Nelson and Henri G. Pearson Publications. M. 4th Edition.Simon Haykin.Suyderhoud. Wiley Publications. Communication Systems. REFERENCES: 1. 3.L. 2003.”Satellite Communications Engineering – Wilbur. »Satellite Communications: Design Principles »BS Publications. TEXT BOOKS: 1. 2009. D. McGraw Hill.Robert M Gagliardi.C Agarwal . 2. Satellite Communications. 4th Edition. Khanna Publications. 5. Charles Bostian and Jeremy Allnutt Satellite Communications. 5th Ed. 2004 81 . 4. 2003. 2. DTS Publishers Ltd.Timothy Pratt.

Quasistatic fields and frequency behaviour of circuit elements.2006.1986. Pulse broadening in a dispersive medium. Keiser. Capacitive and inductive couplings.Rao.Artech House. 2. Tropospheric propagation effects. Methods of solution of EMC problems.N.Fourth Edition.Bemhard Keiser.G.N.Dennis Roddy. Optical fiber communications. Radiation (9) UNIT II ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY EMC (Electromagnetic compatibility) and EMI (Electromagnetic interference) explained.”Antennas for all applications”. 4th ed Tata McGraw-Hill. 82 . (9) TEXT BOOKS 1. ELECTROMAGNETICS FOR COMMUNICATIONS (Prerequisite: Satellite Communications.”Principles of Electromagnetic Compatibility”. 2. 2008.”Elements of Electromagnetics for Engineering” . Interference and diffraction. antennas for wireless applications. Waves and the distributed circuit concept. (9) UNIT V ELECTROMAGNETICS FOR OPTICAL COMMUNICATIONS Reflection and refraction of plane waves. REFERENCES: 1. Optical fiber.2006.Andrea Goldsmith. Static fields and circuit elements.”Satellite Communications”.McGraw Hill. “Wireless Communications”. Wave propagation in an anisotropic medium. Ray tracing and gradedindex guide.Sixth Edition. Small-scale fading and multipath models.Rao. Largescale path loss models. Third Edition. Maxwell’s equations in differential form. Overview of propagation effects.Norwood. New Delhi. 2005.2008. 4.N. The cellular concept. EMC standards (9) UNIT III ELECTROMAGNETICS FOR SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS Fundamental components of a satellite communication system.Pearson Education. Maxwell’s equations in integral form. Ionospheric propagation effects. Pearson Education.John D Kraus. Dielectric slab waveguide. Mobile radio propagation.2006.Ronald J Marhefka and Ahmad S Khan. Third Edition. Cambridge University Press.”Fundamentals of Electromagnetics for Engineering”.N. 5. Crosstalk on transmission lines. Propagation prediction models for satellite links (9) UNIT IV ELECTROMAGNETICS FOR MOBILE COMMUNICATIONS The wireless communication system. Poynting’s vector and energy storage. 3. Electromagnetic shielding. Tata McGraw Hill. Boundary conditions. Mobile Communications) L 4 T 0 P 0 UNIT I FUNDAMENTALS OF ELECTROMAGNETIC THEORY REVISITED Electric and magnetic fields. Common impedance coupling.

MAINTAINABILITY AND AVAILABILITY Maintainability and its equation. (9) TEXT BOOKS 1. By Govil. (9) UNIT 4. Measurement & prediction of Human Reliability. 1992. Methods of tie set and cut sets of Or reliability evaluation. SYSTEM RELIABILITY AND MODELING Series systems. 2.Hazard rate MTBF and their interrelations. Time dependence. Reliability and safety. Availability Intrinsic availability equipment availability & Mission availability. (9) UNIT 5. safety margins in critical Devices. Data collection. (9) UNIT 3. 83 . Reliability function. RELIABILITY DATA AND ANALYSIS Data sources. concepts of network topology. Measure of Reliability. case studies.Reliability Engg.Aggarwal. destruction tests and their Mathematic modeling. Reliability Analysis. Reliability Determination. simulation and Reliability prediction. CONCEPT OF RELIABILITY Failures of systems and its modes. By Dr. 1992. Configurations.K. Mean Down Time.Reliability Engg. Performance Parameters. Parallel system. Factors Affecting maintainability. Replacement processes and Policies. Measures of Maintainability. (9) UNIT 2. calculation of failure rate. RELIABILITY OF ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS (Prerequisite: Analog & Digital Communications) L 4 T 0 P 0 UNIT 1. Monte Carlo method. use of Reliability Data. Application of Weibill distribution. Overall reliability evolution. Quality and Reliability. series parallel systems. LIFE TESTING OF EQUIPMENTS Non-destructive tests. Stand by systems.A. r out of n.

Semiconductor laser lifetime. LASER COMMUNICATION (Prerequisite: Optical Communications) L 4 T 0 P 0 UNIT I INTRODUCTION TO LASER COMMUNICATIONS Atmospheric low loss windows. Prentice Hall Inc.1991. Internal optical systems. Transmitter terminal. Acquisition methodology. Deriving error statistics. Beam width. Optical modulation formats. UNIT IV OPTICAL RECEIVERS AND SYSTEM DESIGN (9) Direct detection. New York. link equation. RF cross link system design. racking and pointing control system. (9) TEXT BOOKS: 1Morris Katzman. 2 J. antennas / Telescope.Jain. C/N. Characteristics of source and detectors. Signal requirements for acquisition and tracking. coherent detection and demodulation. Lasers. (9) UNITIII SEMICONDUCTOR AND METAL LASER SOURCES FOR SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS Performance and Geometries. Gimbals in transceiver design. “Laser Satellite Communications”. System description. “Optical Communication Systems”. Fundamentals of system design. Transmitter analysis. UNIT II SYSTEM DESIGN ( 9) Link equation. Optical transmitting and receiving antennas. Antenna gain. optical sources and detectors for these windows. Direct and indirect modulation techniques and radiation effects. Franz and V. Narosa Publication. New Delhi. 84 . Optical detectors. Receiver options and optics. output wavelength control. UNIT V LASER BEAM POINTING CONTROL ( 9) Acquisition and Tracking systems.K. Antenna design.

Subsystem Technologies. OCDMA/WDM Virtual Optical Path Cross Connect. OPTICAL CDMA SYSTEMS (Prerequisite: Optical Communication Satellite Communications) L 4 T 0 P 0 UNIT I OPTICAL CDMA Introduction. WHTS System Architecture.Paul R. (9) UNIT IV ENABLING TECHNOLOGIES Introduction. Har/Cdr edition. 2002. “Prime Codes with Applications to CDMA Optical and Wireless Networks”. Advanced Incoherent Codes. Performance Analysis and Comparison of Coherent and Incoherent Codes. Applications Demonstrations. Technologies for WHTS OCDMA. (9) UNIT II COHERENT OPTICAL CDMA SYSTEMS Introduction. Encoding/Decoding for OCDMA Systems. Information Capacity of Fiber-Optical CDMA Systems. 2.Construction of Coherent and Incoherent Codes . FBGs for FOCDMA. Artech House. Coherent OCDMA Approaches. Taylor & Francis Ltd.Fundamentals and Applications”. Prucnal. Optical CDMA network architectures and applications-Local Area Networks. Advanced Coding Techniques for Performance Improvement. OCDMA Network Architectures for SPC-OCDMA.Guu-Chang Yang & Wing C. Optical CDMA codes . Kwong. 85 . Experimental Demonstration of WHTS OCDMA. (9) UNIT III INCOHERENT OPTICAL CDMA SYSTEMS Introduction. “Optical Code Division Multiple Access. (9) UNIT V OPTICAL CDMA ARCHITECTURES Hybrid Multiplexing Transmission System. Photonic Gateway: Multiplexing Format Conversion. (9) TEXT BOOKS: 1. Code Selection for SPCOCDMA. Fiber Bragg Grating Technology. 2005.

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comments. conversion function. LOOP statements. function. VHDL terms. Default Configurations.concurrent assignment IF control flow statements. Tata Mcgraw-hill edition 87 . sequential statements. drivers. signal kind attributes. compiler directives. value set. Identifiers. Introduction to behavioral modeling. state machine examples (8) UNIT – V INTRODUCTION TO VERILOG: Verilog as HDL. “ A Verilog HDL Primier”. Morgan Kaufmann Publishers 2. passive process (8) UNIT – II DATA TYPES & SUBPROGRAMS AND PACKAGES: Objective types. subtypes Subprograms. ASSERT statements. transport versus inertial delay. architecture configurations (10) UNIT – IV VHDL SYNTHESIS: Simple gate. packages (9) UNIT – III PREDEFINED ATTRIBUTES & CONFIGURATIONS: Value kind attributes. “VHDL”. mapping library entities. case control statements. asynchronous reset. DIGITAL DESIGN THROUGH HDL L 3 T 0 P 2 UNIT – I INTRODUCTION TO VHDL& MODELING METHODS: VHDL as a standard. Peter J Ashenden “The Designer`s Guide to VHDL “. Component Configurations. block statements. simulation deltas.Bhaskar. range kind attributes. IF statements. generics in configurations. format. EXIT statements. operators. traditional design methods. CASE statements. Process statement. more complex sequential statements. Douglas Perry. Navabi. J. parameters. BS Publication second edition REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. data types. generics. resolution function. a tutorial to verilog. generic value specification in architecture. “ VHDL. data types. type kind attributes. concurrent assignment problem. signal assignment versus variable assignment. simple control statements. functional kind attributes. procedures. WAIT statements. generic specification in configurations. block configurations. Tata Mcgraw-hill third edition 2. (10) TEXT BOOKS: 1.Analysis and Modeling of Digital Systems”. file type caveats. operands.

5 MR Re-Configuration Techniques. Pseudorandom Testing. Test Pattern Generation for BIST Exhaustive Testing. Pseudo Exhaustive Testing. Scan Based Design Rules (LSSD). DESIGN OF FAULT TOLERANT SYSTEMS (Prerequisite: Digital Logic Design) L 3 T 0 P 0 UNIT I: FAULT TOLERANT DESIGN: Basic Concepts: Reliability Concepts. Constant Weight Patterns. Dynamic. Design of Totally Self Checking Checker. Scan Test Timing. The MUX-D Style Scan Flip-Flops. Berger Code. Parallel and Parallel-Series Combinational Circuits Fault Tolerant Design: Basic Concepts – Static. Memory Test Architecture (9) (PTO) 88 . Functional Testing. Failure & Faults. Reliability of Series. Hybrid Triple Modular Redundant System. The Scan Shift Register. Low Cost Residue Code. Design for Testability for Combinational Circuits: Basic Concepts of Testability. Use of error Correcting Code. Maintainability and Availability. Fail Safe Design: Strongly Fault Secure Circuits. Self Purging Redundancy. The Reed Muller’s Expansion Technique. Reliability and Failure rate. Totally Self Checking PLA Design. Partial Scan. Fault ATPG. Path Delay. Generic Offline BIST Architecture. Controllability and Observability. The Scan Effective Circuit. At-Speed Scan Testing and Architecture. Fail Safe Design of Sequential Circuits using Partition Theory and Berger Code. Siftout Redundancy (SMR). Critical Paths for at Speed Scan Test. OR-AND-OR Design. Time Redundancy and Software Redundancy (9) UNIT II: SELF CHECKING CIRCUITS & FAIL SAFE DESIGN: Self Checking Circuits: Basic Concepts of Self Checking Circuits. Checkers using M out of N Codes. (9) UNIT V: BUILT IN SELF TEST (BIST): BIST Concepts. Multiple Scan Chains. Use of Control and Syndrome Testable Designs (9) UNIT IV: SCAN ARCHITECTURES & TECHNIQUES: Introduction to Scan Based Testing. Relation between Reliability and Meantime between failure. (9) UNIT III: ATPG FUNDAMENTALS & DESIGN FOR TESTABILITY FOR COMBINATIONAL CIRCUITS: Introduction to ATPG. Multiple Clock and Scan Domain Operation. Scan Cell Operation Scan Test Sequencing. ATPG Process – Testability and Fault Analysis Methods – Fault Masking – Transition Delay Fault ATPG.

Agarwal . 2. Lala . Jaico Books 2. Parag K. 89 . 2008. Crouch . REFERENCES: 1.”Fault Tolerant & Fault Testable Hardware Design”. Pearson Education. Friedman . Alfred L. Bushnell & Vishwani D. Springers. TEXT BOOKS: 1.”Design for Test for Digital IC’s and Embedded Core Systems”. Miron Abramovici. Melvin A.”Digital Systems Testing and Testable Design”.1984. PHI.”Essentials of Electronic Testing”. Breuer and Arthur D.

(10) UNIT III CMOS PROCESSING TECHNOLOGY: An overview of silicon semiconductor technology. 2. structural and physical representations. Threshold voltage. capacitance. CMOS logic: Inverter. (10) UNIT V CMOS CIRCUIT AND LOGIC DESIGN: CMOS logic gate design. power dissipation. NOR gates. Clocking strategies. NAND. MOS switches. 1994. basic CMOS technology. MOS models. Circuit and system representations: Behavioral. Person Eduction. Weste. “Principles of CMOS VLSI design”. (8) TEXT BOOK: 1. “Basic VLSI design” . (8) UNIT II MOS TRANSISTOR THEORY: NMOS. Douglas A Pucknell and Kamaran Eshragian. charge sharing. PHI. Switching characteristics. CMOS process enhancement. Latch up. Scaling of MOS transistor dimensions. Addison Wesley. CMOS logic structures. inductance. 1997.Smith. 3rd edition. MOS device design equations. compound gates. small signal AC characteristics. I/O Structures. physical design of simple logic gates. layout design rules. J. sizing routing conductors. static load MOS inverters. reliability. CMOS gate transistor sizing. Eshragian. REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. VLSI DESIGN (Prerequisite: Digital Logic Design) L 3 T 0 P 0 UNIT I INTRODUCTION TO CMOS CIRCUITS: MOS transistors. CMOS inverter DC characteristics. 90 . Multiplexers.S. body effect. Memory: Latches and registers. (9) UNIT IV CIRCUIT CHARACTERIZATION AND PERFORMANCE ESTIMATION: Estimation of resistance. “Application Specific Integrated Circuits”. combinational logic. PMOS enhancement mode transistors. Design margining yield. Bipolar devices . technology related CAD issues .

Combinational circuit realization using ROM. UNIT – II CPLDs : Sequential PLDs.John F Wakerly “Digital Design Principles & Practices” Prentice Hall. and Testing Redundant Logic. Design flow. Design for Test. Hardware Description Languages. (9) UNIT . PROM. 2008 3. (9) UNIT . Built-In Self-Test (BIST) Generators.Altera series – Max 5000/7000 Series and ALTERA FLEX Logic – 10000 Series CPLDs. 2.Charles H.IV DESIGN TECHNIQUES. 2008 2. In situ Tools. RULES. Case studies – Xilinx XC4000 & ALTERA’s FLEX 8000/10000 FPGAs (9) UNIT .III FPGAs: Logic blocks.Michael D. Formal Verification Software.Roth Jr “Digital System Design using VHDL” Thomson.Celetti “Advanced Digital Design with the Verilog HDL” Prentice Hall. (9). Automatic Test Pattern Generation (ATPG).V ELECTRONIC DESIGN AUTOMATION TOOLS: Objectives. Top-Down Design. Synchronous Design. PGAs – Features. Static Timing Analysis. Programming and applications using CPLDs. 2002 REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. Scan Insertion Software. AMD’s – CPLD (Mach 1 to 5). routing architecture. CPLD AND FPGA ARCHITUCTURE L 4 T 0 P 0 (Prerequisite: Digital Logic Design) UNIT – I PROGRAMMABLE LOGIC: Read Only Memory (ROM). Simulation Software. Floating Nodes. Assertion Languages & Formal Verification.Dueck “Digital Design with CPLD Applications and VHDL” Thomson 4.Stephen Brown Zvonko Vranesic “Fundamentals of Digital Logic with VHDL Design” McGraw-Hill. PROM . 91 . What is Verification? Simulation.Bob Zeidman “Designing with FPGAs & CPLDs” Focal Press. Programmable Logic Array (PLA)/Programmable Array Logic (PAL). Synthesis Software. Bus Connection. Programming Tools. AND VERIFICATION: Objectives. Static Timing Analysis Software. 2001. Test Bench Generators. (9) TEXT BOOKS: 1. Place and Routing Software. Technology Mapping for FPGAs.

PTAT current generation (8) UNIT-V SWITCHED CAPACITOR & OTHER APPLICATIONS: Sampling switches. Noise BW. Cascade Stage. Basic Differential Pair. ADC. Tata Mcgraw Hill. CD. Noise models. MOS device models.2005 REFERENCE: 1. Active Current Mirrors. frequency response( miller effect) of CG. cascade. ANALOG VLSI DESIGN (Prerequisite: VLSI Design) L 4 T 0 P 0 UNIT – I BACKGROUND. INTRODUCTION & CURRENT MIRROR: Design Complexities.Jacob Baker. Feedback topology (8) UNIT – III OPERATIONAL AMPLIFIERS: OpAmp topologies. Differential Amplifier: Operation. Slew rate. Temperature independent reference. small signal analysis. CS. John Wiley.CD) configurations. Challenges & Opportunities.CG. second order effects.large signal analysis. frequency response of Cascade & Differential Pair. oscillators. Gain BW product. Cascode current mirror. 2008 92 . Noise in Op-Amp.IV BANDGAP REFERENCE: Supply Independent biasing. single stage. “Design Of Analog CMOS Integrated Circuits”. Basic current mirrors. Two stage. DAC (12) TEXT BOOKS: 1. switched capacitor integrator. Basic MOS Device physics: General considerations. common mode properties (10) UNIT – II AMPLIFIERS DESIGN & DIFFERENTIAL AMPLIFIER: Single Stage (CS. Stability & frequency compensation (7) UNIT.“CMOS Mixed Signal Circuit Design”. Requirements.Behzad Razavi.

Defnitions. Boundary Scan Design. "Essentials of Electronic Testing for Digital. Bushnell and V.M. Abramovici. Algorithms for Fault Simulation. Gate Level Modeling of MOS Networks. (10) UNIT – V SEQUENTIAL CIRCUIT TEST GENERATION: ATPG for single clock synchronous circuits. Academic Press. Testing as a Global Problem. Redundancy Identification. Fault Dominance and Check Point Theorem. Test Generation Systems & Test Compaction. Combinational Circuit Example. Levels of Fault Models. marching test algorithms. M. Sequential SCOAP measures. 2. Modeling Circuits for Simulation: Modeling Levels and Types of Simulators. Role of Testing. Digital and Analog VLSI Testing. Hierarchical Connectivity Description. 93 . 2002. Lala. DFT . DESIGN FOR TESTABILITY (Prerequisite: VLSI Design) L 4 T 0 P 0 UNIT – I INTRODUCTION TO TESTING: Testing Philosophy. Time-frame expansion methods. JTAG. Significant Combinational Circuit ATPG Algorithms. Agrawal. 2002.P.Scan Design.K. Types of Testing Test Economics & Product Quality. Fault Modeling: Defects. Algorithms for True-Value Simulation: Compiled-Code Simulation. combinational SCOAP measures. (8) UNIT – II LOGIC AND FAULT SIMULATION: Simulation for Design Verification. Friedman. Simulation Based sequential circuit ATPG. 2002 REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. A Glossary of Fault Models.L. Kluwer Academic Publishers.A. (9) UNIT – IV COMBINATIONAL CIRCUIT TEST GENERATION: Algorithms and Representations. Errors and Faults. Equivalence of Single Stuck at Faults. Modeling Signal Gates. VLSI Technology Trends Affecting Testing. NPSF (10) TEXT BOOKS: 1. Fault Collapsing. Breuer and A.D. Memory and Mixed-Signal VLSI Circuits". Simulation for Test Evaluation. Fault Equivalence.M. Functional Versus Structural Testing. Sequential Circuit Example. "Digital Systems and Testable Design” Jaico Publishing House. Event Driven Simulation. Single Stuck at Faults. "Digital Circuit Testing and Testability". ATPG algorithms.D. (8) UNIT – III TESTABILITY MEASURES: SCOP Controllability and Observability. BIST. Memory Test Fault modeling.

TIMING: Timing classification. (9) UNIT V CLOCK: Arbiters. (9) UNIT III MEMORY AND ARRAY SUBSYSTEMS: SRAM. Synchronous design. “Digital Integrated Circuits”. Hierarchy.Wayne Wolf. Crosstalk. 2003 2. Self-timed circuit design. (9) UNIT IV INTERCONNECT: Transmission lines. (10) TEXT-BOOK: 1. Pearson Education. DRAM. Physical Design Styles. Queues. Rabaey. Timing Issues. Registers. Cell-based design methodology. Semicustom and Structured Arrays. VLSI SUB SYSTEM DESIGN (Prerequisite: VLSI Design) L 3 T 0 P 0 UNIT I DESIGN METHODOLOGY: Structured design strategies. Power distribution.Jan M. RC delay models. PLAs. Design Economics. Comparators. Power and Speed Trade-off. Resistive parasitics. PLAs. Full-custom Design. ROM. “Principles of CMOS VLSI Design: A System Perspective” Person Education REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. Implementation platform. Eshragian. Reliability. Power dissipation in Memories. Memory Peripherals. Counters. Person Education 94 . Standard-cell Design. Clock Synthesis. Custom circuit Design. Synchronous Vs Asynchronous Design. IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGIES: Custom Arrays. PLLs. Advanced Interconnect Techniques. Multipliers. (8) UNIT II DATAPATH SUBSYSTEMS: Adders. “Modern VLSI Design System on Silicon” 2nd ed.Neil Weste and K. Shifters. Clock distribution. Capacitive parasitics. Clock generation.

I INTRODUCTION : Need for low power VLSI chips. 2002 2. Probabilistic power analysis: Random logic signals. signal entropy. LOW POWER VLSI DESIGN (Prerequisite: VLSI Design) L 4 T 0 P 0 UNIT. low power digital cells library Logic level: Gate reorganization. design flow. signal gating. precomputation logic (8) UNIT-IV LOW POWER ARCHITECTURE & SYSTEMS: Power & performance management. Pedram. static state power. data correlation analysis in DSP systems. Physics of power dissipation in CMOS devices. “Low Power Design Methodologies” Kluwer Academic REFERENCE: 1. (10) UNIT-III LOW POWER DESIGN CIRCUIT LEVEL: Power consumption in circuits. Yeo. low power memory design. single driver Vs distributed buffers. Architectural level estimation & synthesis. Yeap. “Practical Low Power Digital VLSI Design”. “CMOS/BiCMOS ULSI Low Voltage Low Power” Pearson Education 95 . Rabaey. flow graph transformation. capacitive power estimation. Low power Clock Distribution: Power dissipation in clock distribution. low power arithmetic components. chip & package co design of clock network (10) UNIT-V ALGORITHM & ARCHITECTURAL LEVEL METHODOLOGIES: Introduction. parallel architecture with voltage reduction. gate level capacitance estimation. architecture level analysis. Kaushik Roy. logic encoding. Gary K. Zero skew Vs tolerable skew. Monte Carlo simulation. “Low-Power CMOS VLSI Circuit Design” Wiley. probabilistic power analysis techniques. state machine encoding. Transistor sizing& gate oxide thickness.2000 2. Sharat Prasad. Emerging Low power approaches. switching activity reduction. Sources of power dissipation on Digital Integrated circuits. (7) TEXT BOOKS: 1. Technology & Device innovation (10) UNIT-II SIMULATION POWER ANALYSIS: SPICE circuit simulators. Impact of technology Scaling. high capacitance nodes. KAP. Device & Technology Impact on Low Power: Dynamic dissipation in CMOS. gate level logic simulation. probability & frequency. Flip Flops & Latches design. Algorithmic level analysis & optimization.

representation of DSP algorithms: Block Diagram. Kailath. UNIT-V FAST CONVOLUTION. FILTERS AND TRANSFORMS: Cook-toom algorithm. 1985.I INTRODUCTION TO DSP SYSTEMS: Introduction. 1999. H. T. TEXT BOOK: Keshab k. UNFOLDING AND FOLDING: retiming techniques. systolic array design methodogy. loop bound and iteration bound.White house. modified cooktoom algorithm. dependence graph. AND REFERENCE BOOKS S. VLSI SINGAL PROCESSING (Prerequisite: VLSI Design. Parhi. signal flow graph. UNIT – III PIPELINING AND PARALLEL PROCESSING: Pipelining and parallel processing of FIR digital filters. 96 . Digital Signal Processing ) L 4 T 0 P 0 UNIT . data flow graph. algorithm for unfolding.” VLSI DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING SYSTEMS: DESIGN IMPLEMENTATION”. Prentice hall. inter science. UNIT . UNIT-IV RETIMING.Y.J. longest path matrix algorithm. pipeline interleaving in digital filters: signal and multichannel interleaving.kung. Wiley.” VLSI AND MODERN SIGNAL PROCESSING”. iteration bound of Multirate data flow graphs. systolic architecture design. Folding transformation. iterated convolution Algorithm strength reduction in filters and transforms.II ITERATION BOUND: Data flow graph representations. winogard algorithm.

Case studies. Thermo mechanics – actuators. Electro static actuators. force and response time. torsional deflection. gap closers. (9) UNIT III:ELECTRO STATIC DESIGN Electrostatics: basic theory. 2002. case study – Capacitive RF MEMS switch. Comb generators. Spring configurations. Mechanical vibration. electro static instability. INTRODUCTION TO MEMS SYSTEM DESIGN (Prerequisite: VLSI Design) L 4 T 0 P 0 UNIT I :INTRODUCTION TO MEMS MEMS and Microsystems.” An introduction to Micro electro mechanical system design”. RF Memes – design basics. Miniaturization. 3. bistable actuators. Micro actuation. CAD for MEMS. REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. 97 .” Microsystems Design”. New Delhi. Noise . Surface tension. Circuit and system issues. Resonance. (9) TEXT BOOK: 1. Micro fabrication (9) UNIT II:MECHANICS FOR MEMS DESIGN Elasticity. MEMS materials. Microaccelorometers and Micro fluidics. performance issues. MEMS scanners and retinal scanning display. Digital Micro mirror devices. Bending of thin plates. Feed back systems. Modelling of MEMS systems.” The MEMS Handbook”. Typical products. 2000. MEMS with micro actuators.2000.Nadim Maluf. Peizo electric pressure sensor. resolution.Mohamed Gad-el-Hak. Kluwer publishers. Electromagnetic actuators. inch worms.Stephen Santuria. Case studies – Capacitive accelerometer. editor. . matrix operations.Tai Ran Hsu. gap and finger pull up. rotary motors.” MEMS & Micro systems Design and Manufacture” Tata McGraw Hill. (9) UNIT V:INTRODUCTION TO OPTICAL AND RF MEMS Optical MEMS. Micro sensors. Fracture and thin film mechanics. CRC press Baco Raton.System design basics – Gaussian optics. Artech House 2. Stress. (9) UNIT IV:CIRCUIT AND SYSTEM ISSUES Electronic Interfaces. strain and material properties.

Half gate ASIC -Schematic entry . Adders. " VLSI and Modern Signal Processing ".Clock & Power inputs Xilinx I/O blocks.placement physical design flow . T. 1994. Uranesic.CFI design representation. ASIC DESIGN (Prerequisite: VLSI Design) L 4 T 0 P 0 UNIT I TYPES OF ASICS: Design flow .M. (6) UNIT II Anti fuse .Transistors as Resistors . Kailath.fault simulation .static RAM .. J. Prentice Hall. Longman REFERENCES: 1. H.Library architecture.CMOS transistors CMOS Design rules .S.Logical effort . Arithmetic Operator. Kung. " Analog VLSI Signal and Information Processing ".J.Library cell design .special routing . " Application .J.automatic test pattern generation. Rox. 1992. Whilo House.types of simulation -boundary scan test . Y. Cell Compilers (11) UNIT V System partition: FPGA partitioning . 2. Mc Graw Hill.G.PREP benchmarks . Data Logic Cells: Data Path Elements.Data path logic cell .Altera FLEX Design systems . 1985.detailed routing .Transistor Parasitic Capacitance. (8) TEXT BOOK: 1.S.Logic Synthesis .Altera MAX DC & AC inputs and outputs . 1997.partitioning methods . Brown.circuit extraction DRC.Altera MAX 5000 and 7000 .Actel ACT Xilinx LCA -Altera FLEX .floor planning .Combinational Logic Cell – Sequential logic cell . I/O cell. (10) UNIT III Actel ACT -Xilinx LCA . J.Smith.Mohammed Ismail and Terri Fiez.Altera MAX 9000 .Low level design language .D. " Field Programmable Gate Arrays " -Kluever Academic Publishers. R.PLA tools .Addison -Wesley Inc.S . 98 . Z.Xilinx EPLD . (10) UNIT IV Synthesis and Simulation: Verilog and logic synthesis -VHDL and logic synthesis . 3. Multiplier.EDIF.global routing . Francis.Specific Integrated Circuits " .EPROM and EEPROM technology .

processing challenges to further CMOS miniaturization BEYOND CMOS: Evolutionary advances beyond CMOS. small signal operation of MESFETS and MOSFETS. CMOS super buffers. Full custom Design. conventional vs.An NMOS super buffer. (10) UNIT III SUPER BUFFERS. super buffers. structured design methods.Defect tolerant computing. computing. (6) UNIT V SYSTEM DESIGN: CMOS design methods. large capacitive loads. (10) UNIT II SHORT CHANNEL EFFECTS AND CHALLENGES TO CMOS: Short channel effects. programmable logic. quantitative description of MESFETS. MESFETS: MESFET and MODFET operations.NMOS and CMOS functional blocks.CMOS. ADVANCED VLSI DESIGN (Prerequisite: VLSI Design) L 4 T 0 P 0 UNIT I REVIEW OF MOS CIRCUITS: MOS and CMOS static plots. NAND-NAND. Gate arrays standard cell approach. CMOS Multiplexers. regularity.diode logic . BI-CMOS AND STEERING LOGIC: Introduction. CMOS Chip design Options. scaling theory. Barrel shifter. (9) UNIT IV SPECIAL CIRCUIT LAYOUTS AND TECHNOLOGY MAPPING: Introduction. (10) (PTO) 99 . tri state super buffer and pad drivers. and AOI Logic. General functional blocks . under bias. NORNOR. pass logic. designing of transistor logic. Talley circuits. switches. Strategies encompassing hierarchy. Dynamic ratio less inverters. MIS STRUCTURES AND MOSFETS: MIS systems in equilibrium. Programmable inter connect. RC delay lines. tactile computing. NMOS. carbon Nano tubes. molecular and biological computing Mole electronics-molecular Diode and diode. modularity & locality. programmable structure. comparison between CMOS and BI . Wire routing and module lay out.

McGraw-Hill publications REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. Second Edition 100 .Eugene D Fabricius “Introduction to VLSI Design”. TEXT BOOKS: 1. “Modern VLSI Design” Pearson Education. D. Cambridge publications 2. PHI Publication 2.A Pucknell “Basic VLSI Design”. Wayne Wolf. Kevin F Brrnnan “Introduction to Semi Conductor Device”.

2005. Cambridge University Press.C. “The Science and Engineering of Microelectronic Fabrication”. High k and low k dielectrics for ULSI (12) UNIT III LITHOGRAPHY: Photolithography. E-beam lithography and newer lithography techniques for VLSI/ULSI. Wafer cleaning processes and wet chemical etching techniques. 101 . Ning. 2003. Mask generation Chemical Vapour Deposition Techniques: CVD techniques for deposition of polysilicon. H. characterization of Impurity profiles Oxidation: Kinetics of Silicon dioxide growth both for thick. Oxford University Press. Plasma etching and RIE techniques. “Fundamentals of Modern VLSI Devices”. VLSI TECHNOLOGY (Prerequisite: VLSI Design) L 4 T 0 P 0 UNIT I OVERVIEW: overview of CMOS fabrication. silicon nitride and metal films. Multi-level metallization schemes. REFERENCE: 1. Epitaxial growth of silicon.M. Oxidation technologies in VLSI and ULSI. “ULSI Technology”.Y.Sze (Ed). 2. 1996. (10) UNIT IV Metal Film Deposition: Evaporation and sputtering techniques. (8) UNIT II Impurity Incorporation: Solid State diffusion modeling and technology. silicon dioxide. growth and deposition of various films for use in ULSI. Failure mechanisms in metal interconnects. modeling and technology. Tak. (8) TEXT BOOK: 1. technology and damage annealing.Stephena. thin and ultra thin films. Ion Implantation modeling. (7) UNIT V Plasma and Rapid Thermal Processing: PECVD. Different stages of fabrication Environment for VLSI Technology: Clean room and safety requirements. Characterization of oxide films. Campbell. McGraw Hill Companies Inc. Chang and S.Yuan Taur. Second Edition. RTP techniques for annealing.

Steiner Tree based algorithms. (12) UNIT II PARTITIONING: problem formulation.Algorithmic Graph Theory and Computational Complexity . Simulated Annealing.Tractable and Intractable problems. three layer channel routing algorithms. World Scientific. (10) UNIT III GLOBAL ROUTING: Problem formulation. floor planning algorithms for mixed block & cell design. Kluwar academic Publishers.A. other partitioning algorithms. classification of routing algorithms. Habib Youssef.Sadiq M. and switchbox routing algorithms.Review of VLSI Design automation tools . (8) UNIT V OVER THE CELL ROUTING & VIA MINIMIZATION: two layers over the cell routers. single layer routing algorithms. 1999 REFERENCE 1. General & channel pin assignment. simulation base placement algorithms. Genetic Algorithm. hierarchical compaction. constrained & unconstrained via minimization. (8) TEXT BOOK: 1. two dimension based compaction. Sherwani. (7) UNIT IV DETAILED ROUTING: problem formulation. Maze routing algorithm. ”VLSI physical design automation”. two layer channel routing algorithms. VLSI LAYOUT SYNTHESIS ALGORITHMS (Prerequisite: VLSI Design) L 4 T 0 P 0 UNIT I INTRODUCTION . 2002. line probe algorithm.N. General purpose methods for combinatorial optimization. other placement algorithms. Group migration algorithms – KL and FM. constraint based floor planning. one-dimensional compaction.Review of Data structures and algorithms . 102 . "Algorithms for VLSI Physical Design Automation". classification of partitioning algorithms. Sait. Compaction: problem formulation. Placement. classification of global routing algorithms. ILP based approaches. simulated annealing. Floor Planning & Pin Assignment: problem formulation.

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maximally Decemated DFT Filter Banks.Interpolation by a Factor I . Measurement of Coefficient Quantization Effects through Pole-Zero Movement. Yule-Walker. Burg and Unconstrained Least Squares Methods. Relationship between Auto-Correlation and Model Parameters. trans-multiplexer UNIT – V MAXIMALLY DECEMATED FILTER BANKS :Vector spaces. two channel reconstruction conditions. MODERN DIGITAL SINGAL PROCESSING (Prerequisite: Digital Signal Processing) L 4 T 0 P 0 UNIT – I MULTIRATE DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING: Decimation by an factor D. Minimum variance spectral estimation. Dead Band Effects. Overflow Oscillations. lattice implementation of orthonormal filter banks. Sequential Estimation. (9) UNIT – IV DFT FILTER BANKS AND TRANS MULTIPLIERS :DFT Filter Banks .Sampling Rate Conversion by a Rational Factor I/D Filter Design and Implementation for sampling rate Conversion: Direct form FIR filter structures – Poly-phase filter structures Time Variant filter structure. Pisarenko Harmonic Decomposition Methods. MUSIC algorithm. Round-off Noise in IIR Digital Filters. Methods to Prevent Overflow. Multistage Implementation of Sampling Rate ConversionApplications of Multi-rate Signal Processing: Design of phase shifters – interfacing of Digital Systems with different sampling rates. Moving Average (MA) and ARMA Models. (10) UNIT – III FINITE WORD LENGTH EFFECTS: Limit cycles.Narrow band low pass filters – Digital filter banks – Sub band coding of speech signal (10) UNIT – II PARAMETRIC METHOD OF POWER SPECTRUM ESTIMATION: Parametric Methods for power spectrum estimation. AR (Auto-Regressive) Process and Linear Prediction. (8) perfect (8) (PTO) 104 . Computational Output Round Off Noise. Trade Off Between Round Off and Overflow Noise.

Springer. “Introduction to Digital Signal Processing”.Sanjit K.Hams Georg stark “Wavelet & Signal Processing”. Rao.2005. Asia 200. MC Graw Hill 5. 4. CRC Press. Algorithms and Application”. 3. 105 . ”Digital Signal Processing Principles. 2. Asia. “Digital Signal Processing with examples in Matlab“.Orfanadis S. “Modern Digital Signal Processing “. Ajit S Bopardikar.Samuel D Stearns.Elali. Pearson Education. Introduction to Theory and Applications”. 2005. “Discrete Time Signal Processing”. Pearson Education. Pearson Education.ES Gopi. CRC Press. Pearson Education.Openheim AV & Schafer RW. Thomson Learning 2Proakis JG and Manolakis DG. “Discrete Systems and Digital Signal Processing with Matlab”. SIMULATION TEXT BOOKS: 1. REFERENCES 1. “DSP computer Based Approach “ 2nd Edition. 2. 3.Raghuveer M. “Algorithm collections for Digital Signal Processing Applications using Matlab “. TEXT BOOKS: 1 Roberto cristi. Springer. 2007.” Wavelet Transform. 2000.Mitra .Taan S.

(9) UNIT . Hadamard. Restoration in the presence of Noise. Periodic Noise reduction by Frequency Domain Filtering. (9) UNIT .I INTRODUCTION: Origin of Digital Image Processing. Discrete Cosine Transform. DIGITAL IMAGE FUNDAMENTLS: Elements of Visual perception. The Slant Transform. Boundary Descriptors. Regional Descriptors. IMAGE COMPRESSION: Fundamentals – Image Compression models – Error Free Compression. Smoothing Frequency Domain Filters. histogram processing. Edge based Segmentation and Region based Segmentation. Linear.V IMAGE SEGMENTATION: Detection of discontinuities. DIGITAL IMAGE PROCESSING (Prerequisite: Digital Signal Processing) L 4 T 0 P 2 UNIT . (9) (PTO) 106 . IMAGE REPRESENTATIONS AND DESCRIPTION Representation schemes. Basic relationships between Pixels. Linear and Non-linear operations.II DIGITAL IMAGE TRANSFORMS Image Transforms – The Discrete Fourier Transform. Sharpening Frequency Domain Filters. Sharpening Spatial Filters. Wiener Filtering. only Spatial Filtering. Thresholding. Image sampling and Quantization. Inverse Filtering. enhancement using Arithmetic/Logic operations. Walsh. Haar Transform. Fields that uses Digital Image Processing. Fundamental steps in Digital Image Processing. Lossy Compression.IV IMAGE RESTORATION: Noise models. Position-Invariant Degradations. (9) UNIT . Smoothing Spatial Filters.III IMAGE ENHANCEMENT IN SPATIAL DOMAIN: Some basic Grey level transformations. IMAGE ENHANCEMENT IN FREQUENCY DOMAIN: Introduction to Fourier Transform and the Frequency Domain. Components of an Image Processing System. (9) UNIT .

TEXT BOOKS 1.Rafael C Gonzalez, Richard E Woods,” Digital Image Processing”, Second Edition, Pearson Education Asia, 2002. (Chapter 3) 2.Gonzalez. R & Woods B.E.,” Digital Image Processing”, Addison Wesley Longman Pearson Education, 2000. (Chapter 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9) REFERENCE BOOKS 1.Milan Sonka, Vaclav Hlavac and Roger Boyle, Image Processing Analysis and Machine Vision, Thomson learning, Second Edition, 2001. 2.William J Prati, “Digital Image Processing”, John Wiley & sons

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UNIT I BASIC CONCEPTS Speech Fundamentals: Articulatory Phonetics – Production and Classification of Speech Sounds; Acoustic Phonetics – acoustics of speech production; Review of Digital Signal Processing concepts; Short-Time Fourier Transform, Filter-Bank and LPC Methods. UNIT II SPEECH ANALYSIS Features, Feature Extraction and Pattern Comparison Techniques: Speech distortion measures – mathematical and perceptual – Log Spectral Distance, Cepstral Distances, Weighted Cepstral Distances and Filtering, Likelihood Distortions, Spectral Distortion using a Warped Frequency Scale, LPC, PLP and MFCC Coefficients, Time Alignment and Normalization – Dynamic Time Warping, Multiple Time – Alignment Paths. (10) UNIT III SPEECH MODELING Hidden Markov Models: Markov Processes, HMMs – Evaluation, Optimal State Sequence – Viterbi Search, Baum-Welch Parameter Re-estimation, Implementation issues. (9) UNIT IV SPEECH RECOGNITION Large Vocabulary Continuous Speech Recognition: Architecture of a large vocabulary continuous speech recognition system – acoustics and language models – n-grams, context dependent sub-word units; Applications and present status. (10) UNIT V SPEECH SYNTHESIS Text-to-Speech Synthesis: Concatenative and waveform synthesis methods, sub-word units for TTS, intelligibility and naturalness – role of prosody, Applications and present status. (10) (PTO)

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Daniel Jurafsky and James H Martin. 4.Thomas F Quatieri. “Speech Recognition”. Pearson Education. 2. TEXTBOOK 1. 2. 110 .Lawrence Rabinerand Biing-Hwang Juang. Smith. 1997. Computational Linguistics. “The Scientist and Engineer’s Guide to Digital Signal Processing”.Frederick Jelinek.Steven W. 2004. 2006 Edition. 2003. “Fundamentals of Speech Recognition”. REFERENCES: 1. Wiley. 1999. “Speech and Language Processing – An Introduction to Natural Language Processing. 2002.Claudio Becchetti and Lucio Prina Ricotti. MIT Press. 3. 5. California Technical Publishing. processing and perception of speech and music. John Wiley and Sons. Pearson Education. Pearson Education. “Discrete-Time Speech Signal Processing – Principles and Practice”. 1997. and Speech Recognition”.Ben gold and Nelson Morgan. “Speech and audio signal processing”.India Edition. “Statistical Methods of Speech Recognition”.

2005 (chapter 1. memory management. John Wiley & sons. Quantization of speech signal. Inc. Block FIR filter & symmetric FIR filters.. John Willy & sons Ltd. memory mapped register addressing mode. (9) UNIT – IV PIPELINE AND PARALLELISM . Logic & Bit manipulation instructions.4. Register bits addressing mode. Program flow control instructions. circular addressing mode.Kehtarnavaz “ Real Time Digital Signal Processing “. Assembly File.Sen M Kuo. pipelined CPU. compiler utility. DFT. (9) TEXT BOOKS 1.2) 2. Introduction set TMS320C5XX Pipeline. absolute addressing mode. “Digital Signal Processing applications using C & the TMS320C6X DSK”. parallel execution.N. (9) UNIT – V IMPLEMENTATION: Implementation of Quantization of sinusoidal signals.5) REFERENCE BOOK R Chassaing. Bob H Lee. Elsevier Inc. Indirect addressing mode. (Chapter 3. move instruction. REAL TIME DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING (Prerequisite: Digital Signal Processing) L 4 UNIT – 1 TMS 320C 6X ARCHITECTURE: CPU operation. “Real Time Digital Signal Processing”. Arithmetic Instructions. veloci TI C64XDSP T 0 P 0 (9) UNIT – II SOFTWARE TOOLS: C6X DSK/EVM Target boards. code initialization. (9) UNIT – III TMS320C55X Addressing Modes: Direct addressing mode. 2001. 2002 111 .

Sensor arrays. (9) TEXT BOOKS 1. (2005. Spatial frequency. 2. Spatial Domain Filtering. Wave fields. Beam Forming. 1997) Spectral Analysis of Signals. Prentice Hall. Johnson. 112 . Spatial spectrum. Nyquist criterion. Direction vs. Signals in space and time. Dan E. ARRAY SIGNAL PROCESSING (Prerequisite: Digital Signal Processing. planar and random arrays. Uniform linear arrays. Spatial Smoothing. Antenna & Wave Propagation) L 4 T 0 P 0 UNIT I SPATIAL SIGNALS. Spatial Frequency Transform. Minimum Norm and ESPRIT techniques.MUSIC. Array Signal Processing: Concepts and Techniques.Beam forming and Capon methods. (9) UNIT II SENSOR ARRAYS. Dugeon and Don H. Subspace methods . Broadband arrays. Far field and Near field signals. Array transfer (steering) vector. (9) UNIT III Array steering vector for ULA. Prentice Hall. Petre Stoica and Randolph L. frequency. (9) UNIT V DIRECTION OF ARRIVAL ESTIMATION. (1993). Non parametric methods . Aliasing in spatial frequency domain. (9) UNIT IV SPATIAL FREQUENCY. Spatially white signal. Spatial sampling. Moses. Resolution of Beam forming method.

Power line interference. Bio-Medical Instrumentation) L 4 T 0 P 0 UNIT I INTRODUCTION TO BIOMEDICAL SIGNALS .Detection of biomedical signals in noise . brain computer interface. Origin of bio potentials .Cocktail party problem applied to EEG signals .Filtering in biomedical instruments (9) UNIT II CONCURRENT. (9) UNIT III CARDIO VASCULAR APPLICATIONS : Basic ECG .Modeling of Biomedical signals .Joint Time-Frequency analysis – correlation analysis of EEG channels .Classification of biomedical signals.coherence analysis of EEG channels.removal of artifacts of one signal embedded in another -Maternal-Fetal ECG Muscle-contraction interference.linear. BIOMEDICAL SIGNAL PROCESSING (Prerequisite: Digital Signal Processing.Electrical Activity of the heart.Examples of Biomedical signals . Modeling EEG.artifacts in EEG & their characteristics and processing – Model based spectral analysis .case studies with ECG & EEG . stochastic models – Non linear modeling of EEG .Use of multiscale analysis for ECG parameters estimation .Computer Aided Diagnosis.Fourier Transform and Time Frequency Analysis (Wavelet) of biomedical signals. Muscle noise filtering – QRS detection .Review of linear systems .ECG.Independent component Analysis .EEG applications.recording techniques .interaction with other physiological signals.illustration with case studies – Adaptive and optimal filtering . COUPLED AND CORRELATED PROCESSES .EEG rhythms & waveform categorization of EEG activity .ECG data acquisition – ECG parameters & their estimation .Heart Rate Variability – Time Domain measures Heart Rhythm representation . (9) UNIT V NEUROLOGICAL APPLICATIONS: The electroencephalogram .Tasks in Biomedical Signal Processing .Processing of Random & Stochastic signals – spectral estimation – Properties and effects of noise in biomedical instruments .EEG segmentation .ECG Signal Processing: Baseline Wandering.Spectral analysis of heart rate variability .Arrhythmia analysis (9) UNIT IV DATA COMPRESSION: Lossless & Lossy. EMG etc .Epilepsy. (9) (PTO) 113 . EEG. sleep disorders.Noise & Artifacts. Event detection .

Semmlow. Biomedical Signal Processing -.” 2/e.C. 2. Sörnmo. 2005 114 . ED. Bruce. R. Enderle. Elsevier. Wiley 2002. “Biomedical Signal Analysis”. Rangayan.” Wiley. New Delhi. Willis J Tompkins . TEXT BOOKS 1. “Biosignal and Biomedical Image Processing”. “ Biomedical Signal Processing: Principles and techniques” . 1993 REFERENCES: 1. “Biomedical Signal Processing & Signal Modeling.Reddy . Tata McGraw Hill. D. “Bioelectrical Signal Processing in Cardiac & Neurological Applications”. “Introduction to Biomedical Engineering. 2005 2. Elsevier 4. 2001 3. Marcel Dekker 2004 5. Prentice – Hall.

Series Expansion using WaveletsCWT. Signal Compression . DCT(1D&2D). Walsh. Two-Channel Filter Bank. Z-Transform. Need for Wavelets.Hilbert Transforms – Definition. Multi Wavelets (8) UNIT V: APPLICATIONS OF TRANSFORMS: Signal Denoising. Perfect Reconstruction Condition. FILTER BANKS AND DWT: Basics of Decimation and Interpolation in Time & Frequency Domains. Concept of Convergence. 2-D DWT. Hilbert Spaces for Energy Signals.Need for Scaling Function. Short Comings of STFT. TRANSFORM TECHNIQUES (Prerequisite: Digital Signal Processing) L 4 T 0 P 0 UNIT I: REVIEW OF TRANSFORMS: Signal Spaces. Short Time Fourier Transform (STFT) Analysis.Concept of Scale and its relation with Frequency . DWT Filter Banks for Daubechies Wavelet Function (9) UNIT IV: SPECIAL TOPICS: Wavelet Packet Transform Multidimensional Wavelets. KLT. Fractal Signal Analysis. Daubechies. Subband Coding of Speech and Music. Fourier Basis.Wavelet Basis. Continuous Time Wavelet Transform Equation. Slant. Bi-orthogonal BasisB-splines. Mexican Hat Meyer. Important Wavelets : Haar.KLT. Hadamard. Properties and Applications (10) UNIT II: CWT & MRA: Time-Frequency Limitations.DFSDFT. (10) UNIT III: MULTIRATE SYSTEMS. Relation Ship between Filter Banks and Wavelet Basis. Continuous FT. Spectrogram Plot-Phase Space Plot in Time-Frequency Plane. Shannon. Discrete Fourier Series and Transforms. Haar. DTFT. DWT. Tiling of Time Scale Plane for CWT. FT-Failure of FT-Need for Time-Frequency Analysis. Relation Between CFT-DTFT. (8) (PTO) 115 . Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle. Lifting Scheme of Wavelet Generation.Multi Resolution Analysis.Use of DCT. Tiling of Time-Frequency Plane for STFT. DTFT-DFS.

2.Jaideva C Goswami. Sydney Burrus. 2004. 3. S. 1995. Asia.TMH. Academic Press.Rao and Ajit S. Kovacevic “Wavelets and Sub-band Coding”. 2003. Ramachandran. T.2009 5. John Wiley & Sons. New Delhi.”Wavelet Transforms-Introduction theory and applications-.I “Insight into Wavelets from Theory to Practice”. Andrew K Chan “Fundamentals of Wavelets. Soman. 1999. First Edition. Mallat “A Wavelet Tour of Signal Processing”. Second Edition.”Digital Image Processing”. REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. K. Bopardikar . 4. Pearson edu. S. Raghuveer M. P.Esakkirajan. K. PJI. TEXT BOOKS: 1. Inc. First Edition.Theory.Veera Kumar. 116 . Stephen G. Vetterli M. PHI. Singapore. Algorithms and Applications”.“Introduction to Wavelets and Wavelet Transforms.Jayaraman. 2.Printice Hall India. C.

Inc.Linear phase PR Filter banks. Vaidyanathan. Algorithms and Applications. Fliege.sampling at subnyquist rate . dynamic range and scaling. Multirate systems and filter banks. Prentice Hall. P. (9) UNIT V COSINE MODULATED FILTER BANKS: Cosine Modulated pseudo QMF Bank.E. 3J. 1999 117 .PR Systems (9) TEXT BOOKS 1.Polyphase representation. Prentice Hall India.Polyphase structure.coefficient sensitivity effects.Design of an alias free QMF Bank (9) UNIT III M-CHANNEL PERFECT RECONSTRUCTION FILTER BANKS: Uniform band and non uniform filter bank . Prentice Hall.Phase distortion.Errors in the QMF bank.DFT Filter Bank. N.Closed form expression.Perfect reconstruction (PR) QMF Bank .Decimation and Interpolation . 1993.perfect reconstruction systems (9) UNIT IV PERFECT RECONSTRUCTION (PR) FILTER BANKS: Paraunitary PR Filter Banks. Multirate digital signal processing . Sanjit K. L.Alias cancellationphase . Manolakis.J. Multirate Digital Signal Processing.Necessary conditions for Linear phase property. D.G. 3rd Edn. REFERENCES: 1.tree structured filter bank. Digital Signal Processing: Principles.Quantization Effects: -Types of quantization effects in filter banks. R.Polyphase representation (9) UNIT II MAXIMALLY DECIMATED FILTER BANKS: Polyphase representation . McGraw Hill. 2. Proakis.P. MULTIRATE SIGNAL PROCESSING (Prerequisite: Digital Signal Processing) L 4 T 0 P 0 UNIT I FUNDAMENTALS OF MULTIRATE THEORY: The sampling theorem .G. 2. John Wiley 1994. Digital Signal Processing: A computer based approach.Errors created by filter bank system.Filter Bank Properties induced by paraunitarity.Identities. Basic Multirate operations. R. PTR. 1998.Digital Filter Banks.Two channel FIR paraunitary QMF Bank. Crochiere. Mitra. .1983.Basic Formulations and schemes.

Definition of frames. Wavelet decomposition and reconstruction of functions in L2(R). Biorthogonal system of wavelets . Criteria for wavelet selection with examples. Discrete wavelet transform (DWT). Construction of wavelets Splines. Time-frequency analysis. Short-time(windowed) Fourier transform. Bases. Wavelet packets – Representation of functions. (9) UNIT V WAVELET TRANSFORM. Fast wavelet transform algorithms – Relation to filter banks. Compactly supported orthonormal wavelet bases . Cardinal B-spline MRA. Resolution of unity. Fundamental notions of the theory of sampling. Compactly supported orthonormal wavelet bases. Subband filtering schemes. Example – windowed Fourier frames.The dilation equation and the wavelet equation. The Lifting scheme. Theory of Frames. Selection of basis. Geometrical considerations and the general notion of a frame. (9) UNIT IV REGULARITY AND SELECTION OF WAVELETS. (9) (PTO) 118 . Fourier transform. Biorthogonality and biorthogonal basis. The multi-resolution analysis (MRA) of L2(R) (9) UNIT III THE MRA AXIOMS. Admissibility conditions. Construction of wavelets .construction. Specifications. The basic functions. Continuous wavelet transform (CWT). Construction of an MRA from scaling functions .Necessary and sufficient conditions for orthonormality. Smoothness and approximation order Analysis in Sobolev space. WAVELET TRANSFORMS: THEORY & CONSTRUCTION (Prerequisite: Digital Signal Processing) L 4 T 0 P 0 UNIT I GENERALIZED FOURIER THEORY. (9) UNIT II WAVELETS. Frame projector.

Gerald Kaiser. 1999. 9. Ingrid Daubechies. M. 2. 1998. John Wiley & Sons Inc. 5. Algorithms and Applications” Wiley-Interscience Publication. 14. L. 2000. Mark A. Wojtaszczyk... 2. Wells. P.1998. Stephen G. M. Vetterli. M. Indian reprint 2005. Prasad and S. 4. 1990. Peters. Goswami and A. “Wavelet analysis: The scalable structure of information” Springer. Michel and Charles J. Anthony N. “Wavelet transforms: Introduction to theory and applications” Addison-Wesley. “An introduction to wavelets through linear algebra” Springer-Verlag. Rao and A. Frazier. 2002 6. Herget. “Wavelets: An analysis tool” Oxford Science Publications. L. Mallat. R. “A wavelet tour of signal processing” 2nd Edition Academic Press. 1998. K. “Wavelets: A primer” A. Iyengar. “A friendly guide to wavelets” Birkhauser/Springer International Edition. K. 3. J. 1993. 1995 REFERENCES: 1. Michael W. 1994. H. “Applied algebra and functional analysis” Dover Publications Inc. 1998. 7. J. P. Resnikoff and R. Holschneider. 8.. O. “Introduction to Fourier Analysis andWavelets” Brooks/Cole Series in Advanced Mathematics. “A mathematical introduction to wavelets” Cambridge University Press 13. TEXT BOOKS 1. 1993. Pinsky. Jr. P. Christian Blatter. Vaidyanathan. “Wavelet analysis with applications to image processing” CRC Press. Chan. “Fundamentals of wavelets: Theory.Gilbert Strang and Truong Q. “Wavelets and subband coding” Prentice Hall Inc. 1997. 119 . Bopardikar. 1998. “Ten lectures on wavelets” SIAM. 12. 11. Kovacevic. “Wavelets and filter banks” 2nd Edition WellesleyCambridge Press. C. “Multirate systems and filter banks” Prentice Hall P T R. S. 1999. Massachusetts. Nguyen. 10.

Artificial Neural Networks. ART2: Architecture. alpha – cuts inqualities. Applications. Kohenen Self Organizing Maps. Fuzzy independence. Historical Development of Neural Networks. Mexican Hat. setting the weights. Applications. Fuzzy Bayes formula. Hetro Associative Memory Neural Network. Algorithm. PERCEPTION: Architecture. NEURAL NETWORKS & FUZZY LOGIC (Prerequisite: Nil) L 3 UNIT – I INTRODUCTION & SIMPLE NEURAL NETWORKS FOR PATTERN CLASSIFICATIONS Introduction. Algorithm. Applications NEURAL NETWORK BASED ON COMPETITION Fixed weight Competitive Nets: Maxnet. discrete Fuzzy sets Fuzzy Arithmetic: Extension principle. Mada Line (9) UNIT – II BACK PROPAGATION NEURAL NET Standard Back Propagation: Architecture. Network Architecture. (9) (PTO) T 0 P 0 120 . Algorithm. Fuzzy conditional probability. Fuzzy functions: Extension principle (9) UNIT – V 7. Analysis Boltzman Machine. Basic Operation ART1. Analysis ADAPTIVE RESONANCE THEORY Introduction: Basic Architecture. Algorithm. Hamming Net. Applications ADALINE: Architecture. Fuzzy arithmetic. Algorithm (9) UNIT – IV CRISP OR FUZZY LOGIC Fuzzy sets: Fuzzy number. Fuzzy probability. Learning Methods. Algorithm. Neocognitron: Architecture.FUZZY PROBABILITY THEORY Introduction. BAM: Architecture. interval arithmetic. (9) UNIT – III PATTERN ASSOCIATION Training Algorithm for pattern Association. Activation functions. Auto Associative Net. Applications. numbers.

S. Springers. Springer REFERENCES: 1. S.Simon Haykin.S. M Beale.H B Demuth.1996 SIMULATION BOOKS: 1.1990.A.Sumathi & S.P.. “Neural Networks. Algorithms Applications and Programming Techniques”.Deepa “ Introduction to Fuzzy Logic using Matlab.James Buckley. New York.Sivanandam. Pearson education 2. 2005. TEXT BOOKS: 1.”Neural Network Design.D Wasserman. “Fuzzy probabilities”. 2. “Neural Networks”.Martin T Hagan. Van Nostrand Reinhold.“ MC Graw Hill. 3.S. 121 .2007.M. 4.N.Sumathi & S. “Fundamental of Neural Networks”. Pearson Education 2.N.Laurene Fausett.PWS Publishing. 1989. and Skapura B.Deepa “ Introduction to Neural Netowrks using Matlab. Addison-Wesely.Sivanandam. “Neural Computing Theory and Practice”.Freeman J.N.N.

OPTICAL SIGNAL PROCESSING (Prerequisite: Digital Signal Processing. The Fourier Transform and its applications to Optics. Spatial Filters. Magnitude Spatial Filters. (9) UNIT III Spectrum Analysis and Spatial Filtering. Caulfield. (9) UNIT II Physical Optics. Examples of Fourier transforms. 6. System coherence. J. Goodman Introduction to Fourier Optics. John Wiley and sons 4. (9) UNIT IV Binary Spatial Filters.Joseph W. Francis T. Krieger Publishing Company. Phase Spatial Filters. Revised edition 2) Ultrafast All-Optical Signal Processing Devices: Dr. Academic Press New York 1979 3. Computing. Horner . Springer-Verlag. H. Hiroshi Ishikawa. Optical signal processor and filter generator. Characterization of a General signal.J. and Neural Networks”. Wiley REFERENCES: 1. Real valued Spatial Filters. Interferometric techniques for constructing Spatial Filters. Yu. Refractions by mirrors. The detection process in Fourier domain. System performance parameters. P. Basic laws of geometrical optics. Applications for optical signal processing. (9) TEXT BOOKS 1) Optical signal processing: Anthony Vanderlugt. Dufffieux. Some fundamentals of signal processing. Light sources. 1978 2. second edition Mc Graw Hill. General Imaging conditions. the optical invariant. (9) UNIT V Acousto-optic cell spatial light modulators. Extended Fourier transform analysis. The Fresnel Transforms. examples of signals. the inverse Fourier transform. spatial light modulators. the Fourier transform. Optical Aberrations. Berlin. 2nd edition (August 2000) 122 . Wiley-Interscience. Maximum information capacity and optimum packing density.M. Basic Acousto-optic power spectrum analyzer. the optical Radio.Optical Signal Processing Academic Press 1988 5. Optical data processing-Applications. Dynamic range. S. D. Optical Communications) L 4 T 0 P 0 UNIT I Basics of signal processing and optics. Casasent. Heterodyne systems: Interference between two waves. Suganda Jutamulia. the lens formulas. Handbook of holography.”Optical Signal Processing. Applications of acousto-optic devices. Spatial signal.

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Bridges ROUTING PROTOCOLS: Network layer Design Issues. Error Detection and Correction (Types of Error. TDM. COMPUTER NETWORKS (Prerequisite: Analog Communications) L 3 T 0 P 0 UNIT – I INTRODUCTION: Uses of Computer Networks. CSMA. Random Access-(ALOHA. Flow and Error Control. UDP. Broadcast Routing. Hierarchical Routing. APPLICATION LAYER: DNS. Link State Routing. Selective Repeat ARQ. Distance Vector Routing.5. Routing Algorithms – (Shortest Path Routing. IP Address. ARP. E-mail. RARP).(IP Protocol. TCP. Congestion Control for Multicasting). Fast Ethernet. SNMP. (9) UNT – IV CONGESTION CONTROL & NETWORK LAYER PROTOCOLS: Congestion Control Algorithms-(Congestion Prevention Policies. Network Hardware.4. Switching. Multiplexing (FDM. (9) UNIT – II DATA LINK LAYER: Data Link Layer design issues. Choke Packets. and Error Correction). Stop and Wait ARQ. Detection. The Network layer in the Internet. Multicast Routing). IEEE802. TCP/IP) PHYSICAL LAYER: Transmission Media. IEEE802. Go-Back-N ARQ. HDLC. Flooding. CSMA/CA). Ethernet. Wireless Transmission. WWW (Architectural Overview only) (9) (PTO) 124 . Sliding Window Protocols. (9) UNIT – III MEDIUM ACCESS CONTROL SUBLAYER: The channel Allocation problem. Network Software. Reference Models (OSI. (9) UNIT – V TRANSPORT LAYER: The Transport Service. Flow Specifications. Traffic Shaping. WDM). Internetworking. CSMA/CD. ICMP. FTP.

2. Richard Stevens “TCP/IP Illustrated.Pearson Education 125 . 8). TEXT BOOKS 1. “Data Communications and Networking”. Forouzan.A.W. Volume 1: The protocols ”. 5. Addison Wesley 2. 6. Tata MC-Graw Hill Inc (Chapter 3) REFERENCES 1. Pearson Education (Chapters 1. W. Seventh Edition. Wright. Third Edition. 7. “Computer Networks”. Richard Stevens. A.S Tanenbaum. Addison Wesley 3.B. ” TCP/IP Illustrated. 2.William Stallings. 4. Volume 2: The Implementation”.Gary R. 4th Edition. “Data and Computer Communications”.

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RSAAlgorithm. The OSI security Architecture. “Cryptography and Network Security”. ELECTRONIC MAIL SECURITY: Pretty Good Privacy. Differential and Linear Cyptanalysis. Block Cipher Modes of Operations. “Cryptography and Network Security”. 2nd Edition. Introduction to Number Theory: Fermat’s and Euler’s Theorems. Authentication Encapsulating Security Payload. UNIT V: IP SECURITY. HASH ALGORITHMS: MD5 Message Digest Algorithm. X. A Model for Network Security. Message Authentication & Hash functions: Authentication Requirements.Substitution Techniques. Elliptic Curve Arithmetic and Cryptography. (9) UNIT II Contemporary Symmetric Ciphers: Triples DES. Architecture. Blowfish. Transposition Techniques. Mechanisms & Attacks. Digital Signature Standards. Secure hash Algorithm. AES Cipher. Authentication Protocols. Rotor machines. Mike Speciner. ADVANCED ENCRYPTION STANDARD: Evaluation Criteria. (9) UNIT III KEY MANAGEMENT: Deffie-Hellman Key Exchange. RC5. WEB SECURITY: Overview. AUTHENTICATION APPLICATIONS: Kerberos. BLOCK CIPHERS & THE DATA ENCRYPTION STANDARD: DES. (9) TEXT BOOK 1. S/MIME. CLASSICAL ENCRYPTION TECHNIQUES: Symmetric Cipher model. Header. Third Edition.Charlie Kaufman. hash Functions.Kahate.509 Authentication Service. “Network Security “. Message Authentication Codes. Authentication Functions. Characteristics of Advanced Symmetric Block Ciphers. 130 . Trusted Systems. Firewalls: Firewall Design Principles. NETWORK SECURITY & CRYPTOGRAPHY (Prerequisite Computer Networks) L 4 T 0 P 0 UNIT I OVERVIEW: Services.William Stallings. PUBLIC-KEY CRYPTOGRAPHY & RSA: principles of Public Key Cryptosystems. Combining Security Associations. Key Management. Steganography. Pearson Education REFERENCE BOOKS 1. (9) UNIT IV: DIGITAL SIGNATURES & AUTHENTICATION: Digital Signatures.PHI 2. Radia Perlman.

Real time medium Access Control Protocol. [12] UNIT III ROUTING PROTOCOLS FOR AD HOC WIRELESS NETWORKS: Issues in designing a Routing protocol for Ad hoc Wireless Networks. HIPER ACCESS Wireless Internet: Address Mobility. Application Dependent Multicasting. Characteristics of wireless channel. Mobile IP (Mobile IP. Classification of Multicasting protocols. [12] (PTO) 131 . second and third Generation cellular systems.Mesh based Multicast routing protocols. Hierarchical Routing protocols. the Electromagnetic Spectrum. Classification of MAC protocols. Wireless in Local Loop Wireless ATM. Classification of Routing Protocols. Simultaneous Binding. Optimizing WEB over Wireless. IP for wireless domains.16 Standard. Energy Efficient Multicasting Multicasting with QoS Guarantees. Computer Network Architecture. Computer network Software. operation of Multicast Routing Protocols. Multiple Access Techniques. 802. Contention based MAC protocols. Hop Reservation Multiple Access Protocol. Routing Protocols with efficient flooding Mechanisms. AD HOC NETWORKS (Prerequisite Computer Networks) L 4 T 0 P 0 UNIT-I FUNDAMENTALS: Fundamentals of wireless communication technologies. Contention with reservation mechanism based MAC protocols(Distributed Packet Reservation Multiple Access protocol. MAC protocols that use directional antennas. Tree based multicast routing protocols. Radio Propagation Mechanisms..11 Standard Hyper LAN Standard Bluetooth. Route Optimization. Five Phase reservation protocol. Handoffs. Designing Goals of MAC protocol for Ad Hoc Wireless Networks. Table driven Routing Protocols Hybrid Routing Protocols. [12] UNIT II AD HOC WIRELESS NETWORKS: Introduction. Voice coding. summary of core and mesh based multi casting routing protocols. The first. Wireless Networks (WANS-MANS): The cellular Concept. Cellular Architecture. Error control. Soft reservation Multiple Access with Priority Assignment. IEEE 802 Networking Standard. MACA with Piggy-Backed Reservation. MRSVP Resource reservation). security in Mobile IP. Collision Avoidance Time Allocation Protocol. Modulation Techniques. Computer Networks. in efficiency in Transport and Application layer protocols. Contention with scheduling mechanism based MAC protocols. Wireless Networks (LANS-PANS): Fundamentals of wireless LANS. A reference model for Multicasting routing protocols.Ad Hoc wireless Internet MAC Protocols for Ad Hoc wireless networks: Issues in designing MAC Protocol for Ad Hoc wireless networks.. TCP in wireless domain. IPv6 Advancements. Mobile IP variations. IEEE 802. Power aware routing Protocol Multi cast Routing in Ad Hoc wireless networks: Issues in designing Multicast routing protocol. Other MAC Protocols. Issues in Ad Hoc Wireless Networks.

Design Goals of a transport Layer Protocol. Split TCP.Ad Hoc Wireless Networks(Architecture and Protocols). Ad hoc TCP. SWAN. Issues and Challenges in security provisioning. And wireless networks by samuel Pierre. classification of Transport layer solutions. security aware AODV Protocol [12] UNIT V QUALITY OF SERVICE IN AD HOC WIRELESS NETWORKS: Real time Traffic support in Ad Hoc wireless networks. Proactive RTMAC [12] TEXT BOOKS 1. Layer wise classification of existing solutions. QoS framework for ad hoc wireless networks QoS Models. QoS Resource Reservation Signaling.Ad-Hoc. QoS parameters in Ad hoc Wireless networks. Non functioning of TCP for ad hoc networks. Comparison of TCP Solutions with Ad hoc wireless networks. INSIGNIA. 2004 REFERENCE BOOKS 1. MAC Layer Solutions. Key management. TCP with explicit Link Failure Notification. UNIT IV Transport Layer and security Protocols: Issues in designing Transport layer protocols for Ad hoc wireless networks. 2003 132 . Feedback based TCP. TCP over Ad Hoc wireless networks9Traditinal TCP. Network security requirements. Evangelos Kranakis-Publisher Springer. Person education. Network security attacks. Secure routing in Ad Hoc Wireless Networks Authenticated routing for Ad hoc networks. Network layer Solutions. INORA. TCP-BuS. issues and challenges in providing QoS in Ad Hoc wireless networks. C Siva Rama Murthy and BS Manoj. Security in Ad hoc networks. Classification of QoS solutions (QoS Approaches.Mobile. Michel Barbeau. Other transport Layer Protocols for ad hoc wireless networks.

OSPM EYES OS – SenOS – EMERALDS – PicOS – Introduction to Tiny OS – NesC – Interfaces and Modules. Energy usage profile. PEGASIS – Location Based Routing – GF.15. GAF.Aggregate Queries in Sensor Networks .Habitat Monitoring . (9) UNIT V APPLICATIONS OF WSN WSN Applications .Gradient-based routing .Reconfigurable Sensor Networks .Industrial Automation . Tiny DB. GPSR – Real Time routing Protocols – TEEN.Home Control . SPEED.SMAC . IRIS.LEACH.The IEEE 802. GEAR. Emulator TOSSIM.Contour/edge detection .Military Applications Civil and Environmental Engineering Applications .Challenges for WSNs – WSN vs Adhoc Networks Sensor node architecture – Commercially available sensor nodes –Imote. BTnodes.Rumor Routing – COUGAR – ACQUIRE – Hierarchical Routing . (9) (PTO) 133 .Low duty cycle protocols and wakeup concepts . Flooding and gossiping – Data centric Routing – SPIN – Directed Diffusion – Energy aware routing . RAP .4 MAC protocol.Traffic-adaptive medium access protocol (TRAMA) .Medical Applications .Target detection and tracking . Mica Mote.Operating System Design Issues .Highway Monitoring .Nanoscopic Sensor Applications – Case Study: IEEE 802. Dynamic modulation scaling.Wildfire Instrumentation . (9) UNIT II MEDIUM ACCESS CONTROL PROTOCOLS Fundamentals of MAC protocols .Data aggregation . TelosB.BMAC . APTEEN.Examples of Operating Systems – TinyOS – Mate – MagnetOS – MANTIS . Antenna considerations.Configurations and Wiring .15.Schedule-based protocols . (9) UNIT IV EMBEDDED OPERATING SYSTEMS Operating Systems for Wireless Sensor Networks – Introduction .Building Automation .4 LR-WPANs Standard . Sunspot -Physical layer and transceiver design considerations in WSNs.Generic Components -Programming in Tiny OS using NesC.data aggregation operations . Choice of modulation scheme. WIRELESS SENSOR NETWORKS (Prerequisite Computer Networks) L 4 T 0 P 0 UNIT I CHARACTERISICS OF WSN Characteristic requirements for WSN .Contentionbased protocols . EYES nodes. (9) UNIT III ROUTI NG AND DATA GATHERING PROTOCOLS Routing Challenges and Design Issues in Wireless Sensor Networks.Aggregation Techniques – TAG.Field sampling.

2005.2006 3. and Applications“. 2003.Kazem Sohraby. Daniel Minoli and Taieb Znati. REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. 2005. Ltd. Akkaya and M. TEXT BOOKS: 1. 134 . “Protocols and Architectures for Wireless Sensor Networks”.Anna Ha´c. 2007.K.Holger Karl and Andreas Willig. John Wiley & Sons. no. Protocols. Younis. “ TinyOS Programming”. John Wiley & Sons Ltd. “A survey of routing protocols in wireless sensor networks”. 3.Philip Levis. John Wiley & Sons. 2. 325--349. 2. “Wireless Sensor Network Designs”. pp. Vol. “ Wireless Sensor Networks Technology. 3. Elsevier Ad Hoc Network Journal.

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L 4 T 0 P 0 UNIT-I INTRODUCTION: A Brief Networking History, The Need for Speed & Quality of service, Advanced TCP/IP & ATM Networks. Protocols & the TCP/IP suite: The Need for protocol Architecture, The TCP/IP protocol Architecture, The OSI Model, Internetworking. TCP & IP: Transmission Control Protocol, User Datagram Protocol, The Internet Protocol, IPV6. [12] UNIT-II Frame Relay: Packet-Switching Networks, Frame Relay Networks. Asynchronous Transfer Mode: ATM protocol Architecture, ATM Logical connections, ATM cells, ATM service categories, ATM Adaptation Layer. High speed LANs: The Emergence of High sped LANs, Ethernet, Fiber Channel, Wireless LANs. [12] UNIT-III Queuing Analysis: How Queues behave, Why Queuing Analysis, Queuing Models, Single Server Queues, Multiserver Queues, Examples, Queues with priorities, Networks of Queues, Other Queuing Models, Estimating Model parameters. Self Similar Traffic: Self Similarity, Self Similar Data Traffic, Examples of Self Similar Data Traffic, Performance Implications of Self Similarity, Modeling & Estimation of Self Similar Data Traffic. [12] UNIT-IV Congestion Control in Data Networks & Internets: Effects of Congestion, Congestion & control, Traffic Management, Congestion Control in Packet Switching Networks, Frame Relay Congestion Control. Link Level Flow & Error Control: The Need of Flow & Error Control, Link Control Mechanisms, ARQ Performance. TCP Traffic Control: TCP Flow Control, TCP Congestion Control, Performance of TCP over ATM. Traffic & Congestion Control in ATM Networks: Requirements for ATM Traffic & Congestion Control, ATM Traffic related Attributes, Traffic Management Frame Work, Traffic Control, ABR Traffic Management, GFR Traffic Management. [12] UNIT-V: Interior Routing Protocols: Internet Routing Principles, Distance vector Protocol, Link state Protocol.Quality of service in IP networks, Integrated and differentiated services Exterior Routing Protocols & Multicast: Path Vector Protocols-BGP and IDRP Multicasting [12] (PTO)

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L 4 T 0 P 0 UNIT-I Data communication and Network Management overview, Review of computer Network Technology. [12] UNIT-II SNMP, broad band and TMN Management, SNMPV1 Network Management: organization and Information models, SNMPV1 Network management: Communication and Functional models. [12] UNIT-III SNMP Management : SNMPV2, SNMPV3,RMOM, Broadband Network management: ATM Networks. [12] UNIT-IV Broadband Network Management, Telecommunications Management Network. [12]

UNIT-V Network management tools and systems, Network management Applications, Web-Based management. [12] TEXT BOOK: 1.Network Management by Mani Subramanian – Publisher ADDISON-WESLEY,2000 REFERENCE BOOK: 1.Network Management Fundamentals by Alexandar Clemm- publisher CISCO PRESS,2006 2.Network Management know it all: Sebastian Abeck , Igor Brysin. Morgan Kaufmann Publishers ,2008

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Cloud Computing-Web Based applications that change the way you work and collaborate online. Nick. Anthony T Velte. Collaborating on Spread sheets. Toby J Velte. Pearson Education. »Cloud Computing ». 2010 139 . Robert Elsenpeter. Collaborating on Word Processing. Schedules. Collaborating on presentations.Cloud Computing a Practical approach. Collaborating on Databases. 2009 Edition REFERENCE BOOK 1. 2010 Edition 2. collaborating Via Blogs and Wikis [12] TEXT BOOKS 1. Michael Miller. Collaborating Via Social Networks and Groupware.Antonopoulos. Gillam. Collaborating on Event management. Tata McGraw-HILL. sharing Digital Photographs. UNIT V USING CLOUD SERVICES: Collaborating on Calendars. Lee .Springer. controlling the collaborations with WebBased Desktops ONLINE COLLABORATIONS: Collaborating Via WEB based communication Tools. Collaborating on Contact management. collaborating on Project Management. Storing and sharing Files and other online content. and Task Management.

1998. “ADSL and DSL Technologies”. 3. and Wideband integrated Digital Interactive Services (WIDIS).Gilbert Held. Upstream Operation – Downstream operation – Access control – framing Security sub layer – Data link layer – LLC & Higher layers – ATM centric VS IP – centric cable modem. FTTC. UNIT III CABLE MODEM Cable Modem. TEXT BOOKS: 1. Mobile Wireless 3G – IMT 2000. Fiber and LMDS. UNIT V BROAD BAND WIRELESS Fixed Wireless. “Wireless Access Network: Fixed Wireless Access and WLL network Design and operation”. cable-access. Artech House.Niel Ransom and Albert A. Multi channel multi point distribution services (MMDS). 2. DOCSIS – Physical Cabling. BROAD BAND ACCESS TECHNOLOGIES (Prerequisite Computer Networks) L 4 T 0 P 0 UNIT I REVIEW OF ACCESS TECHNOLOGIES Phone-Line modem. Emerging Broad band Technologies. UNIT IV FIBER ACCESS TECHNOLOGIES Optical Fiber in access networks.High bit rate DSL (HDSL)-Single line DSL (SDSL). “Next Generation Modems: A Professional Guide to DSL and cable modems”. Dual Modem Operation.Walter j Woralski. Direct Broadcast Satellite (DBS). Hub Restriction. Azzam.William Webb. “Broadband Access Technologies: ADSL. FTT cab) comparison. VDSL Cable Modem. John Wiley & Sons 2000. FTTB. ISDN. Cable DSL. 2000.very high bit rate DSL (VDSL). Local multi point distribution services (LMDS). Switched Digital Video (SDV) – Passive optical networks (PON) – FTTX (FTTH. McGraw Hill computer Communication series. 2000. Architecture and Technologies.Standards for XDSL & Comparison.Hybrid fiber – Coax (HFC) system. 140 . Clarke. REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. Fiber and Wireless UNIT II DIGITAL SUBSCRIBER LINES Asymmetric Digital subscriber lines (ADSL) – Rate Adaptive subscriber line (RADSL)-ISDN Digital subscriber line (IDSL) . 2. “Introduction to Wireless Local Loop broadband and narrow band system”.Martin P. John Wiley & sons. McGraw Hill 1999.

NJ. 141 . Performance management. network Survivability. Configuration management. REFERENCES: 1. crosstalk. Virtual Topology Design. Optical layer Protection. WDM Network Design . Burst Switching. (9) UNIT II OPTICAL NETWORK ARCHITECTURES Introduction to Optical Networks. Springer. Jr. Wavelength stabilization . Statistical Dimensioning Models. Overall design considerations. 2006. Optical safety. Interworking between layers. “Optical Networks : A Practical Harcourt Asia Pte Ltd. Wavelength Routing Architecture. FIBER OPTIC NETWORKING (Prerequisite Computer Networks) L 4 T 0 P 0 UNIT I OPTICAL SYSTEM COMPONENTS AND NETWORK DESIGN Optical System Components – Couplers.Rajiv Ramaswami and Kumar N. Layered Architecture . Perspective”. Switches. Broadcast and Select Networks – Topologies. Sivarajan. Optical Amplifiers.P. 3. Design and Algorithms”. Power penalty transmitter. Ist Edition. Buffering. Synchronisation. Access Networks.. Prentice Hall. Siva Ram Moorthy and Mohan Gurusamy. Metropoliton-Area Networks.E. Header Processing. Second Edition 2006.Protection in SONET / SDH and IP Networks. (9) UNIT IV PACKET SWITCHING AND ACCESS NETWORKS Photonic Packet Switching – OTDM. Isolators & Circulators. receiver. Service interface. Fault management. Multiplexers & Filters. “Fiber Optic Networks”. SONET / SDH.Biswanath Mukherjee. Transmission System Engineering – System model. 2002.C. Multiplexing and Demultiplexing. Routing and wavelength assignment. Prentice Hall of India. Media-Access Control Protocols and Testbeds. dispersion. “Optical WDM Networks”. 1993. Optical amplifiers. (9) UNIT V NETWORK MANAGEMENT AND SURVIVABILITY Control and Management – Network management functions.. (9) UNIT III WAVELENGTH ROUTING NETWORKS WDM Network Elements.Cost tradeoffs. Green. Wavelength Converters. Testbeds. (9) TEXT BOOKS: 1. “WDM Optical Networks : Concept. 2.

Annexure-XI Mapping of compulsory courses with objectives & outcomes Program Objective Mapping: Program Objectives Courses Digital Logic Design Analog Circuits Electronic Devices & Circuits Data Structures Electromagnetic field Theory Signals & Systems Circuit Theory Analog Electronic Circuits Probability Theory & Random Processes Linear Control Systems Linear ICs and Applications Microprocessors and Interfacing Networks & Transmission Lines Electronic Measurements & Instrumentation Analog Communications Pulse circuits Digital Signal Processing X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X I II III IV V 1 142 .

Antenna & wave Propagation Digital Communication Radar and Navigational Aids Microwave Engineering X X X X X X X X X X X X X X Course Outcome Mapping: Program Outcomes Courses Digital Logic Design Analog Circuits Electronic Devices & Circuits Electromagnetic field Theory Signals & Systems Circuit Theory Analog Electronic Circuits Probability Theory & Random Processes Linear Control Systems Linear ICs and Applications Microprocessors and Interfacing Networks & Transmission Lines Electronic Measurements & Instrumentation a b c d e f g h i j K X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X 2 143 .

Analog Communications Pulse circuits Digital Signal Processing Antenna & wave Propagation Digital Communication Radar and Navigational Aids Microwave Engineering X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X 3 144 .

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