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ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATTIONS ENGINEERING
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SUBJECT NAME ADAPTIVE SIGNAL PROCESSING ADVANCED COMMUNICATIONS ADVANCED OPERATING SYSTEMS CODING THEORY AND TECHNIQUES DIGITAL CONTROL SYSTEMS DIGITAL DATA COMMUNICATIONS DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING DSP PROCESSORS AND ARCHITECTURES EMI-EMC HIGH SPEED NETWORKS NETWORK SECURITY AND CRYPROGRAPHY NEURAL NETWORKS AND APPLICATIONS REAL TIME OPERATING SYSTEMS SPEECH PROCESSING SYSTEM MODELLING & SIMULATION TRANSFORM TECHNIQUES VLSI DESIGN AND TECHNOLOGY TIME-HARMONIC ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS MICROWAVE ENGINEERING MICROWAVE CIRCUITS & MICROWAVE INTEGRATED CIRCUITS
SUBJECT CODE R50801 R50802 R50803 R50804 R50805 R50806 R50807 R50808 R50809 R50810 R50811 R50812 R50813 R50814 R50815 R50816 R50817 R50818 R50819 R50820
Syllabi for Pre.PhD/Pre M.Phil/ Pre MS.
W.e.f. 2005-2006 Batch
ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATTIONS ENGINEERING
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PAPER - II (Choose Any ONE Subject) PAPER SUBJECT NAME 1 ADVANCED COMPUTER ARCHITECTURE & ORGANIZATION 2 ADVANCED DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING 3 ALGORITHMS FOR VLSI DESIGN AUTOMATION 4 BIOMEDICAL SIGNAL PROCESSING 5 COMPUTER COMMUNICATIONS 6 COMPUTER NETWORKS & NETWORK PROTOCOLS 7 DESIGN OF FAULT TOLARENT SYSTEMS 8 DIGITAL SYSTEM DESIGN 9 IMAGE PROCESSING 10 LOW POWER VLSI DESIGN 12 MICRO-CONTROLLERS AND APPLICATIONS 13 MOBILE COMMUNICATION 14 OPTICAL COMMUNICATIONS AND NETWORKS 15 RADAR SIGNAL PROCESING 16 RELIABILITY ENGINEERING 17 STOCASTIC SIGNAL PROCESSING 18 VHDL PROGRAMMING 19 WIRELESS COMMUNICATIONS 20 MICROWAVE ANTENNAS 21 ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELD THEORY & MICROWAVE ANTENNAS SUBJECT CODE R50851
R50852 R50853 R50854 R50855 R50856 R50857 R50858 R50859 R50860 R50861 R50862 R50863 R50864 R50865 R50866 R50867 R50868 R50869 R50870
Syllabi for Pre.PhD/Pre M.Phil/ Pre MS.
W.e.f. 2005-2006 Batch Subject Code : R 50801
ADAPTIVE SIGNAL PROCESSING
UNIT I:ADAPTIVE SYSTEMS : Definitions ,characteristics ,Applications, Example of an adaptive system. The adaptive linear combiner - Description, weight vectors Desired response performance function - gradient & mean square error . UNIT II APPROXIMATION TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF ADAPTIVE FILTER THEORY : Introduction to filtering - smoothing and prediction – linear optimum filtering , problem statement principle of Orthogonality - minimum – mean- square error - wiener- hopf equations, error performance - normal equation.
UNIT III SEARCHING THE PERFORMANCE SURFACE – methods & ideas of gradient search methods - gradient searching algorithm & its solution - stability & rate of convergence learning curves UNIT IV Gradient search by Newton’s method - method of steepest descent ,comparison of learning curves UNIT V LMS ALGORITHM – Overview - LMS Adaptation algorithms, stability & performance analysis of LMS Algorithms - LMS gradient, & stochastic algorithms - convergence of LMS algorithm. UNIT VI APPLICATIONS: Noise cancellation - canceling echoes in long distance telephone circuits, adaptive beam forming. UNIT VII KALMAN FILTERING: Introduction - recursive mean square estimation random variables, statement of Kalman filtering problem – filtering - initial conditions - summary of kalman filtering UNIT VIII Variants of kalman filtering – extend problem
TEXT BOOKS: 1.Bernard Widrow-Adaptive signal processing, PH Pearson Education, Asia. 2.Simon Haykin-Adaptive filter Theory, PH. REFERENCES: 1.Sophocles.J.Orfamadis-optimum signal processing-An introduction,2nd Editon,
MGH. 2.S.Thomas Alexander –Adaptive signal processing-Theory and applications, Springer –Verlag.
kalman filtering Identification as a kalman filtering
Subject Code : R 50802
ADVANCED COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS
1. Review on fundaments of optical Communication Fiber Cable connectorization and testing splicing, connectors, design of Local area network installation-link
Syllabi for Pre.PhD/Pre M.Phil/ Pre MS. W.e.f. 2005-2006 Batch consideration-power budget and rise-time budget, local area network, cabling of l local area networks, testing troubleshooting and measurement. 2. Components of fiber optic networks, fiber optic networks-an overview, transceivers for fiber optic networks, semi conductor optical fibers. Erdium-doped fiber amplifiers.Passive components, switches and functional modules of fiber-optic networks-couplers/splitters, wavelength division multiplexers and demultiplexers, filters, isolators, circulators and attenuators. Optical switches and functional modules. Fiber-optic measurement systems fixed sources-variable transmission medium system and variable sources-fixed transmission medium system-transmission medium general principles, geometry of coupling of detector to source, thermal detectors, photon detectors, two wavelength systems. Review on satellite fundaments. Satellite link design: Design of down links, uplink design, design of satellite links for specified (C/N) Interference effects in complete link design. Satellite Transponders : Function and implementation of transponder, transmission impairments. Spread spectrum technique direct sequence spread spectrum techniques, DS-CDMA, FM-SS FH-SS CDMA, Synchronization and applications. Encoding and forward error correction for digital satellite links, Error detection and correction, channel capacity, error detection coding, implementation of error detection on satellite links, echo controlling. Earth station : transmissions, receivers, antennas, tracking system, terrestrial interface primary power test methods Launching vehicles and propulsion: Introduction, principles of Rocket propulsion, power flight, injection into final orbit, Launch vehicles for commercial satellite. BOOKS: 1. 2. 3. 4. Fiber Optic Communications technology- DJaffer K. Mynbaev, Lowell L. Scheiner (Pearson education) Asia Satellite Communication - Dr. D.C. Agarwal Satellite communication systems and engineering Robert A. Nelson Wilbon L.Prichard Henui G. Suy derhoud. Satellite Communication - Timothy Pratt, Charles W. Bostion. Subject Code : R 50803
ADVANCED OPERATING SYSTEMS
UNIT – I: COMPUTER SYSTEM AND OPERATING SYSTEM OVERVIEW: Overview of Computer System hardware – Instruction execution – I/O function – Interrupts – Memory hierarchy – I.O Communication techniques. Operating System Objectives and functions – Evaluation of operating System – Example Systems. UNIT – II: INTRODUCTION TO DISTRIBUTED SYSTEMS : Goals of distributed system, hardware and software concepts, design issues. COMMUNICATION IN DISTRIBUTED SYSTEMS : Layered protocols, ATM networks , the Client - Server model, remote procedure call and group communication. UNIT-III:
Andrew S Tanenbaum 2nd edition Pearson/PHI Subject Code : R 50804 CODING THEORY AND TECHNIQUES 1. a ring algorithm. Fifth Edition–2005.Syllabi for Pre. Goppa and Generalized BCH Codes. Distributed dead lock prevention. trends in distributed file systems. W. Justeen Codes. Coding for Discrete Sources: Coding for Discrete Memory less sources Discrete Stationary source. Pearson education/PHI REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. Galvin. security service. Scheduling in distributed system. 2005-2006 Batch SYNCHRONIZATION IN DISTRIBUTED SYSTEMS : Clock synchronization. Mutual exclusion. RPC's. Directory service. Distributed Operating System . UNIX emulation in MACH. distributed systems. Operating Systems’ – Internal and Design Principles Stallings. Linear Block Codes: Systematic linear codes and optimum decoding for the Binary Symmetric Channel. A Logarithmic measure of information. Time service.e. memory management in MACH. atomic transactions UNIT – IV: DEADLOCKS: dead lock in distributed dead lock detection. Reed – Solomon Codes. Generator and parity Check Matrices. Peter B. communication in MACH.PhD/Pre M. Information measures for continuous random variables. Tanenbaum. 4. consistency models. and UNIT-V: PROCESSES: Processes and Processors in distributed systems : Threads. PHI 2. Syndrome Decoding on Symmetric Channels. the Lempel – Ziv Algorithms. Case study DCE : Introduction to DCE threads.Phil/ Pre MS. system models. Operating System Principles.Abraham Silberchatz. page based distributed shared memory. John Wiley. Average mutual information and entropy. shared variable distributed shared memory. Alternate. the Bully algorithm. UNIT-VIII: CASE STUDY MACH : Introduction to MACH. E-tech algorithms. MDS Code. Greg Gagne 7th Edition. Distributed file system.f. UNIT-VI: DISTRIBUTED FILE SYSTEMS : Distributed file systems design. TEXT BOOKS: 1. Spectral Properties of Cyclic Codes. 2. Channel Coding : 2. . UNIT – VII: DISTRIBUTED SHARED MEMORY : What is shared memory. Hamming codes. Processor allocation. Decoding of BDH Codes : 3. Modern Operating Systems. Source Coding : Mathematical models for information. Fault tolerance and real time distributed systems. BCH codes : Idempotents and Mattson – Solomon Polynomials. distributed file system implementation. S.Andrew. object based DSM. Weight Enumerators and the Mac Williams Identities perfect Codes. process management in MACH.
Mac Willians and N.A. 3. 2005-2006 Batch Berlekamp’s Decoding Algorithm. Fann’s Algorithms and other Sequential Decoding Algorithms. . 2. 1983. Convolution Codes : Wozencraft’s Sequential Decoding Algorithms. Massey’s minimum shift Register Synthesis Technique and its relation to Berlekamp ‘s Algorithm. R. W. Balabut.) F. 5. Slone. Digital Communications by John D. Viterbi Decoding Algorithms.PhD/Pre M.J. A fast Belekamp – Massey Algorithm. North Holland.Phil/ Pre MS.J. 1977. Addison Wesley.e. Theory and Practice of Error Control Codes. Proakis ( MH ---3rd edition. The Theory of Error Correcting Codes.Syllabi for Pre.E. BOOK : 1.f.
S. REFRENCE BOOK: 1. Digital Control Systems – B. PRINCIPLE: Discrete Euler language equation – Discrete maximum principle. W. 2005-2006 Batch Subject Code : R 50805 DIGITAL CONTROL SYSTEMS UNIT-I INTRODUCTION : Block diagram of typical digital control system – Advantages of sampling in control systems – Examples of discrete data and digital control systems – Data conversion and quantization – Sample and hold devices – D-A and A-D conversion – Sampling theorem – reconstruction of sampled signals – ZOH. . Gopal. UNIT-VIII DESIGN BY MAX. UNIT-III State Space Analysis: State space modeling of digital systems with sample and hold – State transition equation of digital time in variant systems – Solution of time in variant discrete state equation by the Z-transformation – Transfer function from the state model – Eigen values – Eigen vectors and diagonalisation of the A-matrix – Jordan Canonical form – Computation of state transitions matrix – Transformation to phase variable canonical form – The state diagram – Decmoposition of digital system – Response of sample data system between sampling instants using state approach.PhD/Pre M. UNIT -II Z – Transform: Definition and evaluation of Z-transforms – Mapping between s-plane and Z-plane-Inverse Z-transform – Theorems of the Z-transforms –Limitation of Z-transform – Pulse transfer function – Pulse transfer function of ZOH – Relation between G(s) and G (z) – Signal flow graph method applied to digital systems. TMH. International Edition. and PM. H.. TEXT BOOK: 1. Kuo.e. UNIT-VII DIGITAL STATE OBSERVER: Design of full order state observer and reduced state observer.Phil/ Pre MS.Syllabi for Pre.C. UNIT-IV TIME DOMAIN ANALYSIS: Comparison of Time responses of continuous data and digital control systems – Correlation between time response and root locus in the s-plane and z-plane – Effect of Pole-zero configuration in the z-plane upon the maximum overshoot and peak time of transient response – Root loci for digital control systems – Steady state error analysis of digital control systems – Nyquist plot – Bode plot – G. UNIT-V CONTROLLABILITY AND OBSERVABILITY : Theorems on controllability – Theorems on Observability ( Time invariant systems ) Relation between controllability. Digital Control Systems – M.M. observability and transfer function – Controllability and observability Vs sampling period.f. STABILITY: Definition of stability – Stability tests – The second method of Liapunov. UNIT-VI DESIGN: The digital control design with digital controller with biliner transformation – Digital PID controller – Design with dead beat response – Pole placement through state feedback – Design of full order state observer – Discrete Euler Lagrance Equation – Discrete maximum principle.
Bisync Protocol. DPSK Methods. 8QAM. 2005-2006 Batch Subject Code : R 50806 DIGITAL DATA COMMUNICATIONS UNIT – I: DIGITAL MODULATION TECHNIQUES FSK. PHI 2. Optical interfaces. SONET/SDH – Transmission formats and Speeds. T1 carrier system. 16PSK. long haul communication with FDM. 2-wire and 4-wire operations. 2. CCITT-TDM carrier system. Frame Synchronization.e.3rd TMH. Error correction methods. X. Clock recovery. 8PSK. UNIT – VI: DIGITAL MULTIPLEXING: TDM. Line Encoding. W.25 and frame relay. T. Optical Communications – B. point-to-point. Half-duplex point-to-point protocol. Hybrid data. Full-Duplex Protocols. 3.PhD/Pre M. UNIT – VII: Multiplexers. Polling. Synchronous protocols. Flow control and error control.Gerd Keiser. QPSK. Codes.Phil/ Pre MS. Character synchronization. Concentrator. Message Switching and Packet Switching principles. UNIT – V: LINE PROTOCALS AND CONGESTION CONTROL: Line protocols: Basic mode. front-end communication processor. Bandwidth efficiency. PHI.Forouzon. HOUSELY: Data Communications and Teleprocessing Systems.Syllabi for Pre. MSK. Virtual circuit and datagram techniques. CODEC chips. transmission modes. W. Data and Computer Networking Communications – B. 16QAM. PEI. Statistical multiplexer. . UNIT – III: DATA COMMUNICATION PROTOCOLS: Asynchronous protocols. BPSK. HDLC-Frame format. Roll Call And Hub Polling. UNIT – VIII: OPTICAL COMMUNICATION Basic Optical Network Topologies and their performances. Digital PBX. Congestion control in packet switching networks and Frame relay. Half-Duplex Multi-Point Protocol. Data and Computer Communications – William Stallings 7/e. TEXT BOOKS: 1. UNIT – II : DATA COMMUNICATION METHODS Data Communication Circuit. Error detection methods. Multi-point configurations and Topologies. PHI REFERENCES: 1. SONET/SDH rings and networks. UNIT – IV: SWITCHING TECHNIQUES: Circuit Switching.f. Carrier recovery. SDLC. Traffic management. Digital hierarchy. TOMASI: Advanced Electronic Communications Systems.A.
Implementation of FFT algorithm (ii) A linear Filtering approach to computation of the DFT .Design of optimal Linear phase FIR Filters IIR – Filters . Text Books : 1.Phil/ Pre MS. 2005-2006 Batch Subject Code : R 50807 DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING Unit I The Discrete Fourier Transform Representation of periodic sequences – the Discrete Fourier series – properties of the Discrete Fourier series – Fourier representation of finite duration sequences – The Discrete Fourier Transform properties of the Discrete Fourier Transform – Linear Convolution using the Discrete Fourier Transform – Two dimensional DFT.e. Ronald W. W. UnitV Power Spectrum Estimation Estimation of spectra from Finite Duration Observations signals – Non-parametric methods for power spectrum Estimation – parametric method for power spectrum Estimation.PhD/Pre M.Vallavaraj – JMH & C.Frequency response of linear phase FIR filters . Unit III Digital Fitters Design FIR – Filters-Magnitude response and Phase response of Digital Filters .Syllabi for Pre. Gnanapriya [ for III unit] .Shafer -PHI Digital Signal Processing principles.Design techniques for FIR Filters .Radix – 2 FFT algorithm.IIR Filter Design by Impulse Invariant method-IIR Filter Design by the Bilinear Transformation-Butterworth Filters – Chebyshev Filters – Inverse Chebyshev filters – Elliptic Filters – Frequency transformation Unit IV Discrete Hilbert Transforms Real and Imaginary part sufficiency for causeral sequences – minimum-phase condition – Hilbert Transform Relations for the DFT – Hilbert Transform Relations for complex sequences. 2 3.Oppenheim [for I & IV units]. Unit II Computation of the Discrete Fourier Transform (i) Efficient computation of the DFT – FFT Algorithms -Direct computation of the DFTc . Digital Signal Processing – Alan V.f.The Geortzel algorithm The chirp – Z – Transformation algorithm Quantization errors in the direct computation of the DFT and FFT algorithms.Radix – 4 FFT algorithm .Proakis – Maxwell Macmillan – International Editions [ for II & V units] Digital Signal Processing – S.Salivahanan & A. algorithms and Applications – John G.
Linear time-invariant systems. Branching effects. UNIT II:COMPUTATIONAL ACCURACY IN DSP IMPLEMENTATIONS Number formats for signals and coefficients in DSP systems. DSP Computational errors. Interrupts of TMS320C54XX processors. Pipelining and Performance. Speed Issues. Direct memory access (DMA). D/A Conversion Errors. DSP Processor Fundamentals. Memory interface. UNIT IV:EXECUTION CONTROL AND PIPELINING Hardware looping. Decimation and interpolation.PhD/Pre M.Phil/ Pre MS.f. On-Chip Peripherals. Features for External interfacing.e. DSP Computational Building Blocks. IIR Filters. TEXT BOOKS 1. A Butterfly Computation. Bus Architecture and Memory.Syllabi for Pre. a CODEC interface circuit. W. Chand & Co. UNIT VII:IMPLEMENTATION OF FFT ALGORITHMS An FFT Algorithm for DFT Computation. Adaptive Filters. Discrete Fourier Transform (DFT) and Fast Fourier Transform (FFT). 2005-2006 Batch Subject Code : R 50808 DSP PROCESSORS AND ARCHITECTURES UNIT I:INTRODUCTION TO DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESING Introduction. Stacks. Srinivasan. Pipeline Operation of TMS320C54XX Processors. Interpolation Filters. Data Addressing modes of TMS320C54XX Processors. Overflow and scaling. TMS320C54XX instructions and Programming. UNIT VIII:INTERFACING MEMORY AND I/O PERIPHERALS TO PROGRAMMABLE DSP DEVICES Memory space organization. UNIT III:ARCHITECTURES FOR PROGRAMMABLE DSP DEVICES Basic Architectural features. Decimation Filters. External bus interfacing signals. Address Generation Unit. Pipeline Depth. A Digital signal-processing system. The sampling process. Programmed I/O. Digital Signal Processing – Avtar Singh and S. Compensating filter. Programmability and Program Execution. REFERENCES . Pipeline Programming models. A Multichannel buffered serial port (McBSP). Thomson Publications. An 8-Point FFT implementation on the TMS320C54XX. Interrupts. UNIT VI:IMPLEMENTATIONS OF BASIC DSP ALGORITHMS The Q-notation. Computation of the signal spectrum. Memory space of TMS320C54XX Processors. Architectures & Features – Lapsley et al. Program Control. Dynamic Range and Precision. Interrupt effects. UNIT V:PROGRAMMABLE DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSORS Commercial Digital signal-processing Devices. Interlocking. PID Controller. McBSP Programming. Analysis and Design tool for DSP Systems MATLAB. Interrupts and I/O. 2. Discrete time sequences. 2004. 2-D Signal Processing. FIR Filters. Data Addressing Capabilities. A/D Conversion errors. Bit-Reversed index generation. Relative Branch support. 2000. A CODEC-DSP interface example. S. Parallel I/O interface. Data Addressing modes of TMS320C54XX DSPs. CODEC programming. DSP using MATLAB. Sources of error in DSP implementations. Digital filters.
. 2. Programming and Applications – B. 2004. TMH. Venkata Ramani and M. 2005-2006 Batch 1.f. 2005. W.e. John Wiley. Digital Signal Processing – Jonatham Stein.PhD/Pre M.Syllabi for Pre. Architecture.Phil/ Pre MS. Digital Signal Processors. Bhaskar.
shielding. Grounding. An overview of EMI/EMC. Natural and Nuclear sources of EMI/EMC: Electromagnetic environment. W. conducted EM noise on power lines. noise from relays and switches.. Ny. bonding and EMI filters: Principles and types of grounding. IIT-Delhi. Kodali. John Wiley. III. EMI detectors and measurements. Practical experiences and concerns. GH TEM cell. V. frequency spectrum conservations. References: 1. 2005-2006 Batch Subject Code : R 50809 EMI/EMC I. EMC gaskets. Immunity to conducted. circuits and open area test sites: Electromagnetic emissions. V. IV. characterization of filters. EMC connectors. IEEE 2. Pal. Isolation transformers. History. by C.PhD/Pre M. power lines filter design. passive intermodulation. Electrical fast transients/bursts. Introduction. Open area test sites and measurements. optoisolators. EMI from apparatus. Printed in India by S. Chand & Co. ESD. non-linearities in circuits. TEM cell. II. Ltd. cross talk in interference (EMI). electrical surges. Radiated and conducted interference measurements and ESD: Anechoic chamber. Publication.e. Natural and Nuclear sources of EMI.f. characterization of conduction currents/voltages. 2000.Phil/ Pre MS.Syllabi for Pre. Electromagnetic Interference and Compatibility IMPACT series. Concepts. . Text Book: 1. 1992. connectors. components and EMC standards: EMI suppression cables. Cables. conducted EMI from equipment. National/International EMC standards. New Delhi.P. Engineering Electromagnetic Compatibility by Dr.R. shielding and bonding. Modules 1-9. Introduction to Electromagnetic Compatibility.
PHI. 2005. IP services and Header formats. ABR Traffic management. ATM service categories.f. 2002. Banyan Networks. applications of virtual channels and connections. TCP application and Services. Communication Networks . PNNI signaling. 2005-2006 Batch Subject Code : R 50810 HIGH SPEED NETWORKS UNIT – I: Network Services & Layered Architecture: Traffic characterization and quality of service. 1998. UNI signaling. Queue management: Passive & active. UNIT – VII: ATM Signaling.. bens network. Network services. ISDN protocols. folding algorithm. ISDN & B-ISDN with Frame Relay – William Stallings. N. ATM layer. 2nd ed. Stefan Schroder. 2. UDP. Basic network mechanisms. Routing algorithm & blocking phenomenon. Internetworking. ATM Fundamentals – N. High Performance Communication Networks – T.PhD/Pre M. Manfred N.Phil/ Pre MS. 4. Batcher-Banyan networks. Harcourt Asia Publ. general architecture of B-ISDN. Walrand & P. PNNI routing. User access. ATM cell header. Raj Jain. UNIT – II: ISDN & B-ISDN: Over view of ISDN. 2000. 2. Routing and Traffic Control: ATM addressing. Adventure books publishers. ISDN channels. High performance networks.Leon Garcia widjaja. layered architecture. UNIT – V: Interconnection Networks: Introduction. UNIT – IV: QOS parameters. Hubber.e. frame relay. . 3. TEXT BOOKS: 1. PHI. REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. 3. UNIT – VI: Rearrangeable Networks: Rearrangeable class networks. switching of virtual channels and virtual paths.Syllabi for Pre. Biswas.. High Performance TCP/IP Networking – Mahbub Hassan . Network elements.. principles and building block of B-ISDN. crossbar switch. UNIT – III: ATM Networks: Network layering. QOS in IP networks: differentialted and integrated services. Pearson edu. TCP congestion control. TCP. looping algorithm. Motivation. Varaiya. Pearson edu. three stage class networks. ATM based services and applications. High Speed Networks and Internets – William Stallings. Brief history of B-ISDN and ATM. UNIT – VIII: TCP/IP Networks: History of TCP/IP. ATM adaptation layer. TMH. W. ATM Networks – Rainer Handel. traffic descriptors. 2002.
security of hash functions and MAC’s. trusted systems. Unit – II: Conventional Encryption Conventional encryption model. block cipher design principles. secure hash algorithm. substitution techniques and transposition techniques. S/MIME. RC5. IP security architecture. authentication functions. 2005-2006 Batch Subject Code : R 50811 NETWORK SECURITY AND CRYPTOGRAPHY Unit – I: Introduction Attacks. 2nd Ed. MD5. Text Book: 1. Unit – VII: System Security Introducers. International data encryption algorithm. .. message digest algorithm. HMAC. viruses and related threats. Unit – III: Conventional Encryption Algorithms: The data encryption standard. Authentication header. triple DES.PhD/Pre M.Phil/ Pre MS. services and mechanisms. hash functions. Unit – IV: Public-key encryption Principles of public-key cryptosystems. Authentication requirements. security attacks. the role of cryptography in network security. block cipher principles. security services.f. Unit – VI: Mall security & IP security Pretty good privacy. Kaufman. firewall design principles. protection through cryptography. a model for internet work security. IP security overview. block cipher modes of operation. PHI.Syllabi for Pre. Blowfish. key management. Principles and Practice – by William Stallings. characteristics of advanced symmetric block ciphers. Reference Book: 1. classical encryption techniques. Digital signature standard. Unit – V: Digital Signatures and Authentication Protocols: Digital signatures. 2nd ed.e. 2000. message authentication codes. W. Cryptography and Networking Security. 2003. Network Security-Private Communication in a Public World. PHI/Pearson Education Asia. Authentication Protocols. Perlman & Speciner. the RSA algorithm. key management.
Training errors: Learning Factors. Retrieval algorithm. Neural Processing. Kishan Mehrotra. Memory convergence versus Corruption. fixed point concept. Introduction Neural Networks Using MATLAB 6.Syllabi for Pre. Cumulative Weight Adjustment versus Incremental Updating. New Delhi. S. N. summary of Learning rules. momentum method. Generalized Delta Learning rule. J. Initial weights.0 . . separability limitations. multidirectional Associative Memory. UNIT – III: Single Layer Perceptron Classifiers Classification Model. Artificial Neural Networks. Yagananarayana. Network architecture Versus Data Representation. stability considerations. modified memory Convergence towards fixed points. memory examples and performance evaluation. REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. Application of Back propagation Networks in pattern recognition & Image processing. Delta Learning Rule Widrow-Hoff Rule. Storage algorithm. Associative Memory of Spatio-temporal Patterns UNIT – VIII: Matching And Self-Organizing Networks Hamming net and MAXNET Unsupervised learning of clusters. Pearson Education Fundamental of Neural Networks – By Laurene Fausett 3. initialization of weights. Solving Simultaneous Linear Equations. Feed forward Recall and Error Back Propagation Training.Bidirectional Associative Memory. association encoding and decoding.M. Sumati.recall mode. Out Star Learning Rule. Mohan. Examples of Error Back-Propagation. Memory architecture. learning constant. Perceptron Learning Rule. UNIT – VI: Associative Memories-I Basic concepts.f. Multicategory Single Layer Perceptron Networks.V: Single-Layer Feedback Networks Basic concepts of Dynamical systems. TMH. PHI. Correlation Learning Rule. Artificial Neural Network – By Simon Haykin. UNIT-VII: Associative Memories-II Boltzman machines. McCulloch-Pitts Neuron Model. Single Layer Continuous Perceptron Networks for Linearly Separable Classifications.Phil/ Pre MS. Linear associator Basic concepts of Recurrent Autoassociative memory.Zurada: Introduction to Artificial Neural Systems. steepness of activation function. Example Solution of Optimization Problems: Summing networks with digital outputs.N.PhD/Pre M.e. Jaico Publishers 2. Minimization of the Traveling salesman tour length. TEXT BOOKS: 1. S. Performance concepts of Recurrent Autoassociative memory. Biological Neuron Models and their artificial models. LVPS. B. Neuron Modeling for Artificial Neuron Models Neuron Systems. Nonparametric training concept Training and classification using the discrete perceptron: algorithm and example. Counter propagation networks. improved coding of memories. Necessary number of Hidden Neurons. New Delhi. Storage Algorithms Performance considerations. Shivanandam. Discriminant Functions . Supervised and UnSupervised learning UNIT-II: Neural Network Learning rules: Hebbian Learning Rule. Features and Decision Regions. Feed forward Network and feed backward Network. Mathematical Foundation of Discrete-Time Hop field Networks. Transient response of Continuous time Networks. Madaunes: Architecture & Algorithms.1/e. Energy Function Reduction capacity of Recurrent Autoassociative memory. Penram International 2. Dr. Sanjay Ranka: Elements of Artificial Neural Networks.linear Machine and Minimum Distance Classification. UNIT – IV: Multilayer feed forward networks Linearly nonseparable pattern classification Delta Learning rule for Multiperceptron layer. Cluster discovery networks(ART1). Winner –Take-All Learning rule. W. Deepa. Clustering and similarity measures Winnerl take all learning . 2005-2006 Batch Subject Code : R 50812 NEURAL NETWORKS AND APPLICATIONS UNIT – I: Fundamental Concepts and Models of Artificial Neural Systems Biological Neuron. UNIT . Models of Artificial Neural Networks. feature mapping: Self organizing feature maps. learning and adaptation. Chelkuri K.by S. advantages and limitations. Mathematical Foundation of Gradient-Type Hopfield Networks.
priority structures. Ward and Mellor Method. 2. Integrated Failure Handling. Example of Creating and RTOS based on modula 2 kernel. HATLEY & Pribhai method. & Kand Shin G. Reliability Models for Hardware. concurrency. R. MASXOT. Parameters. Fault types. 1997. UNIT II: REAL TIME LANGUAGES: Special features of languages for real time application.Syllabi for Pre. Methodology. Rabiner & R. centralized. UNIT IV: DESIGN ANALYSIS: Introduction: Petrinets. multitasking Approach. hierarchical and distributed systems. interfaces. 2005-2006 Batch Subject Code : R 50813 REAL TIME OPERATING SYSTEMS UNIT I: INTRODUCTION Definition and Classification of Real time systems: Concept of computer control. Intertask Communication and Control. Stuart Bennett. Schafe. Real Time Computer Control. Transaction priorities and Aborts. Development Methodologies: Yourdon. monitors. Real Time Clock Handler.Phil/ Pre MS. exception handling. sequence. review of data types. corountines. M. Errors and Failures. Human Computer interface. TEXT BOOKS: 1. Detection and Containment. specialized processors. Real Time Vs General Purpose Databases. hardware requirement for real time applications.f. Code sharing. Analysis of Petri Nets. low level facilities. UNIT III: DESIGN ASPECTS: Introduction to Design of Real Time Systems. Resource Control. Concurrency Control. W. modula 2 and Ada as a Real Time Languages. Rendezvous. Software Error Models. UNIT V: FAULT TOLERANCE TECHNIQUES: Introduction: Faults. L. Specification. Preliminary Design. loop and supervisor control. Scheduling problem Real Time Database. communications. W. PHL 1997. Overview of Real time languages. Disk Scheduling Algorithms. Maintaining Serialization Consistency. Scheduling strategies. Practical Real Time Operating Systems. Task management. .PhD/Pre M.e. Krishna C. Redundancy. Real Time Operating Systems: (PSOS+Vx WORKS). PAISLEY System. UNIT VI RELIABILITY EVALUATION: Introduction. Real Time Systems.Mc Graw Hill.
Signal Processing of Speech. Digital Speech processing. PH. pitch period estimation short time auto correlation function . Rabiner & R. 6. analysis –by-synthesis . The Process of speech production – Acoustic theory of speech production – Lossless tube digital models for speech signals Time domain models for speech processing : Time dependent processing of seechshort time energy & average magnitude. 4. Short time Fourier analysis Basic model short time analysis and synthesis of speech . 3.e. 8. Homomorphic speech processing complex cepstum approach. Speech coding: Sub-band coding . 2. Homomorphic vocoder. BOOKS: 1. 2. Vector quantizer coders. ceptral Vocoder. 2005-2006 Batch Subject Code : R 50814 SPEECH PROCESSING 1.PhD/Pre M. DELLAR & PROAKIS.R. OWENS. median smoothing and speech processing. zero crossing rate.transform coding channel Vocoder . 5. prediction error signal. PHI 1987. Papamichalis. solution of LPC Equation .Analysis-synthesis systems. implementation of filter bank summation methods using FFT .f. 4. DPCM. . Comparision of systems. L.Relation between the various speech parameter Synthesis of speech from LP parameters and applications. W. Practical approach to speech coding. speech recognition systems. Digital Models for the speech signal. 3. Digital representation of speech waveform quantization – instantaneous and adaptive delta modulation. frequency domain representation of LPC analysis . 7. pitch detection formant detection. pitch detection . formant Vocoder. Linear predictive coding of speech.Syllabi for Pre. speaker recognition system . LP Vocoders.W Schafer : Digital Processing of Speech Signals.Phil/ Pre MS. Principles of linear predictive analysis. Man-machine communication.
Phil/ Pre MS.e. UNIT V EXOGENOUS SIGNALS AND EVENTS: Disturbance signals. UNIT II SIMULATION SOFTWARE: Comparison of simulation packages with Programming languages. simulating a poison process. TEXT BOOKS: 1. 2. Continuous-Time Markov processes. 2003. . Simulation of single server queing system. Law. General purpose simulation packages – Arena. Alternative approach to modeling and simulation. System Modeling & Simulation. TMH. Techniques for increasing model validity and credibility. 2005-2006 Batch Subject Code : R 50815 SYSTEM MODELLING & SIMULATION UNIT I Basic Simulation Modeling. Multidimensional Optimization. W. Classification of Software. Modeling and Simulation methodogy. An Introduction – Frank L. Poisson processes. Simulation of Inventory System. System integration. Severance. Extend and others. REFRENCE BOOK: 1.PhD/Pre M. UNIT VIII SYSTEM OPTIMIZATION: System Identification. Systems Simulation – Geoffery Gordon. Systems. Types of Queues. Simulation Modelling and Analysis – Averill M. Motion control models. the exponential distribution. simulating queing systems. Multiple servers. Discrete Event Simulation.Syllabi for Pre. David Kelton. UNIT VI MARKOV PROCESS: Probabilistic systems. 2001. Numerical Experimentation. State Machines. W. Random walks. Queing theory. UNIT III BUILDING SIMULATION MODELS: Guidelines for determining levels of model detail. UNIT IV MODELING TIME DRIVEN SYSTEMS: Modeling input signals.f. Desirable Software features. PHI. Searches. 1978. Examples of application oriented simulation packages. Linear Systems. delays. 3rd Edition. Alpha/beta trackers. Models and Simulation. Object Oriented Simulation. System encapsulation. UNIT VII EVENT DRIVEN MODELS: Simulation diagrams. Discrete Time Markov processes. Petri Nets & Analysis. John Wiley & Sons.
Two scale relations. 2/e Pearson REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. Digital Image Processing.John Willey & Sons . UNIT VII Multi-resolution Analysis (MRA).f. 3. energy & power spectral density functions. UNIT III Two Dimentional Transforms and its applications-I: Walsh transforms. TEXT BOOKS: 1. 2004 Wavelet transforms – Introduction to theory & applications.Goswami . Hadamard transform. Pearson education. approximations of functions by a set of mutually orthogonal functions. BS Publishers 1/e. UNIT VI Introduction to discrete wavelet transforms & orthogonal wavelet decomposition .Phil/ Pre MS. W. 2005-2006 Batch Subject Code : R 50816 TRANSFORM TECHNIQUES UNIT I Orthogonal signal spaces. KL transforms. Haar Transforms UNIT IV Two Dimentional Transforms and its applications-II : Slant. Gonzalez & Redwoods 1/e 2001 Fundamentals of wavelets – Theory. UNIT VIII Alternate wavelet representations. Algorithms & applications. Hilbert Tranforms.rao. 2.e. . Signals & systems. Inverse CWT. B.lathi.Andrew K. Hough Tranforms.PhD/Pre M.P. M.Syllabi for Pre. PR QMF filter banks. their relationship to filter banks. Orthogonality in complex functions. 2.K.Jain. ajit S Bopardikar. continues wavelet transforms.Chan . Raghuveer. trigonometric & exponential Fourier series.Jaideva C. Properties and applications UNIT II Two Dimentional Fourier Transforms and its applications-I: Concept of Two Dimensional Fourier transforms.properties & their significance. Orthogonal wavelets. Asia Fundamentals of Digital image processing-A.C. Radon Transforms UNIT V Short time Fourier transforms & properties of STFT. Discrete Cosine Transforms.
. 4. High density memory .L. 5.E. Combinational Logic Networks: Layout design methods. Ultra fast VLSI Circuits & systems: Introduction to Ga-As Technology. Sub-system Design Principles: Combinational shifters.(McGraw Hill)1990. ALUs. Introduction to CAD tools and Algorithms. Floor Planning Methods: Placement –Routing. 5. BOOKS: 1.e.Phil/ Pre MS. Hardware-Software Co-design. Chip Design-Design Methodologies-Examples of chip design from specification to Design Validation. cross talk. Carver Mead & Lynn Convay: Introduction to VLSI Systems. simulation. Sequential Systems &clocking disciplines: Design. circuit design processes & scaling. 8. 2. Network delay.Syllabi for Pre. High Level Synthesis-Architectures for Low Power –Architecture Testing.. Douglas A. Allen P.(PHI)3rd Edn. Power & Clock distribution. Wayne Wolf: Modern VLSI Design.1997. Michel John Sabastian: Application Specific Integrated Circuits(Addison Wesley)1997. 2005-2006 Batch Subject Code : R 50817 VLSI TECHNOLOGY & DESIGN 1. & Strader NR:VLSI Design Techniques for Analog & Digital Circuits. Adders. power optimization & testing. 3. Architecture Design: Register Transfer Design. W. switch logic. Power Optimization. Pucknell. Logic gates.f. Validation & Testing. Kamran Eshraghian: Basic VLSI Design. Packages-I/O Architecture &Pad Design. FPGA.1998. basic electrical properties. 4. 2. Introduction & review of MOS & BICMOS Technologies.Rabaey: Digital Integrated Circuits(PHI. Addison Wesley Pub. 7. 6. 6. Geizer R.PhD/Pre M. 3.EEE)1997. John M. PLAs. Multiplier.(PHI)2nd Edn.
waves in lossy matter. currents in waveguides. duality. reciprocity.f.Graw-Hill Book Company. Balmain. complex power. 2. Second edition. intrinsic wave constants. waves in perfect dielectrics. complex quantities. AC characteristics of matter. The rectangular wave guide. image theory. Some theorems and concepts: The source concept. Prentice Hall. uniqueness. Suggested Reading: 1. wave guide concepts. Alternative mode sets.G. Modal Expansions in Waveguides. 3. the generalized current concept. the induction theorem. 2.Phil/ Pre MS. one-port networks. The network concept. 1961.Syllabi for Pre. The dielectric slab guide. . modal expansions of fields. two-port networks. transmission line concepts. Electro Magnetic waves and Radiating systems. 5. singularities of the field. complex equations. circuit concepts. A discussion of current. W. basic equations. Jordan & K. Fundamental concepts: Introduction. Roger F-Harrington. resonator concepts. 2005-2006 Batch Subject Code : R 50818 TIME-HARMONIC ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS 1. fields in half space. 4.PhD/Pre M. partially filled waveguide. constitutive relationships. The rectangular cavity. Mc. reflection of waves. plane waves. antenna concepts. Introduction to waves: The wave equation.e. Time-Harmonic Electromagnetic Fields.C. surface guided waves. Energy and Power. Plane wave functions: The wave functions. construction of solutions. radiation. complex constitutive parameters. Microwave Networks: Cylindrical Waveguides. AC behavior of circuit elements. the equivalence principle. E.
4. East-West Press Pvt. Field analysis of cavity resonators. John Wiley. circulators.. “Microwave Engineering”. Suggested Reading: 1. magic tee. Measurement of high VSWR. Das. Some impedance matching techniques. Narrowband microwave filters. Impedance Matching and Network analysis: Microwave networks and their significance. PHI. Microwave Resonators and Filters: A review of resonant components. TMH publications. Measurement of attenuation constant. ferrite devices. Measurement of coupling and directivity. “Microwave Engineering – Passive Components”. Microwave Measurements: Concepts of microwave measurements. cavity resonators. References: “Microwave Engineering” – D.Syllabi for Pre.PhD/Pre M. 3. 3. 2. Scattering matrix representation of multi port network. 2. Annapurna Das and Sisir K. Hybrid tee junctions.Matrix theory: Scattering matrix and its properties. Quarter – wave and tapered-line impedance transforms. 1999. Chatterjee. mixers. Rizzi. re-entrant cavities. 1999 . W. 5. Pozar. Measurement of electromagnetic field. wave guide components. S . Measurement of Impedance. 2005-2006 Batch Subject Code : R 50819 MICROWAVE ENGINEERING 1. Measurement of dielectric constant. Ltd. Microwave Components: Coaxial line components. New Delhi. Directional couplers. Scattering matrix of transmission lines. R. isolators. “Microwave Engineering”.Phil/ Pre MS. Two-port network analysis with transmission matrices.e. Some filter and resonator applications. Measurement of low VSWR. detectors.M. attenuators. wave meters.f. Wideband microwave filters. 2nd Ed. Sparameters and signal flow graphs.
McGraw Hill 2nd edn.f. Altman. 2. Normalized waves and scattering matrix. Impedance transformers. Poynting’s Energy Theorem. 4.G.. Microwave Integrated Circuits by K. Gupta & Amarjit Singh.Phil/ Pre MS. Wave amplitude transmission matrix [A]. Lumped constant micro-strip circuits. D. circuits using lumped elements. 1964. W. [S] matrix of magic T.. Microwave Circuits.high power & low power circuits. Unit-VI: Design of Micro-strip circuits . 1992. Foundations for Microwave Engineering. directional coupler. Inc. Microwave Integrated Circuits by D. Hybrid MICs Unit-IV: Analysis of strip line & micro-strip line. References: 1. 2005-2006 Batch Subject Code : R 50820 Microwave Circuits & Microwave Integrated Circuits Topic of Research: Design & development of SP16T switch Syllabus: Unit-I: Introduction to Microwave circuit concepts: one port junction. [Z] and [Y] parameters. Van Nostrand Co. terminal voltages & currents in multi port junctions. Van Nostrand Co. Method of conformal transformation. Inc. Application of Hybrid junction and magic tee. . Micro-strip circuit design. relation between [A] and [S]. E and H plane Tees. Characteristic parameters of strip line and micro-strip lines.. 5. Properties of [S] matrix. Unit-III: MIC technology – Thick film & thin film technology. Advances in Microwave by Leo young.e.Syllabi for Pre. 3.PhD/Pre M. Unit-V: Lumped elements for MIC’s design & fabrication of lumped elements. Unit-II: Relation between [S]. JL.
“ Computer Architecture” A Quantative Approach “Morgan Kanfmann Publishers. address mapping. Computer System Architecture. Formats Sets and Addressing modes. speed. Addison Wesley. 6. principles of virtual memory. Associative memories word organized associative memory. Processor Organisation: General Structure of CPU-registers. Organisation of micro-program based control unit.f. 8. performance considerations. Rafiqquzzman – clandra.Morris Mano. Stacks. John. system management. Word length and size of memory hierarchy. costs. Prentice Hall of India. computer Networks. Principles of array and pipeline processors. Prentic Hall of India. Instruction types. Concepts of RISC and comparison with CISC processors. Modern Computer Architecture. timing cycles and clock generations. memory device characteristic density.W. vector and multiprocessor systems. concepts of memory compaction. Horizontal and Vertical classes of micro instructions. Implementation of fixedpoint operations and ALU design F. Tanenbaum. 7. 2005-2006 Batch Subject Code : R 50851 ADVANCED COMPUTER ARCHITECTURE & ORGANIZATION Section – A Overview: Register and bus organized computers and instruction execution. Hard – Wired and Micro programmed control. H.point addition. dynamic memories and memory refresh. Computer Organization & Architecture. Input-Output systems : programmed I/O. M. Hard-wired and micro instruction based control units. Nano-program control.e. subtraction. Briggs. Hardware protection features in multi-programmed systems. Output and Input memory and control Organisation. segmentation and paging. Hennessy. Publisher. minimizing micro instruction. destructive. Vincent P. Identifying micro instructions. DMA.Syllabi for Pre.P. Section – B Design of Controller: Principles of instruction decoding and implementation. masking. Interleaved memories and principles of address interleaving. . McGrawHill.L. pipelined. 2. Parallel processing: Introduction – types of parallel processors.P. memory references. access time. William Stalings. Addison Wesley. concurrency control. 5. multiplication and division. Mhill. random and semi-random access. “ Computer Architecture and Parallel Processing”. References: 1.Phil/ Pre MS. Hevling. encoding control instructions. fast addition multiplication and division. Fixed. Interrupt control. non destructive read out. Bus control. static memories. Hwang. Section – C System Organization : Communication : Introduction.A & J. Operating Systems: Introduction. K & F.PhD/Pre M.A. ALU and Control units.Hayes computer architecture & Organisation. Patterson D. relocation mechanism. core semiconductor and bubble memories. 4. 3. Basic mathematical operations. W. “Computer Organization & Architecture”. “Computer Organization & Architecture”. operations and their implementation. I/O processors. Memory Organization: Types of memories – serial.
Syllabi for Pre.e.f. 2005-2006 Batch . W.PhD/Pre M.Phil/ Pre MS.
Manolkis. 5. 3. two dimensional difference equations two dimensional DFT. 4. Interpolation by a factor I sampling rate conversion by a rational factor I/D sampling rate conversion by a an arbitrary factor.e. Special purpose Hardware for the FFT: Review of FFT fundamentals. coefficient Product quantization. FFT indenting Hardware considerations for Radix 2 Algorithms. Real time convolution via FFT suing a single RAM and one AE. Digital signal Processing (Principles.Rabiner & Bernard Gold. 7. 2005-2006 Batch Subject Code : R 50852 ADVANCED DSP 1. Radix 2 and Radix 4 Pipeline FFT. . optimum Radix 2 Hardware structure. dead band effect effect. FFT computation using fast search memory. Parametric methods: Yule-walker methods. Effects of finete word length in Digital Tilters numbers representation. AR lattice & ARMA lattice filters.Phil/ Pre MS. two dimensional windows two dimensional frequency sampling low pass filters. Linear prediction and optimum Linear filters: Forward & Backward linear prediction. W. Power spectrum estimation: Estimation of spectra form finite duration observation of signals. non parametric methods for power spectrum estimation. properties of the linear prediction error filters. Barlett methods. signal scaling.PhD/Pre M. Theory and Application of Digital Signal Processing . welch methods & balackman & tukey methods.Lawrence R. 2.Jhon G. Multi rate digital signal processing : Decimation by a factor D. 6.Proalcs & Dimitris G. Burg methods 2. Two dimensional signal processing : Two dimensional signals & systems. 3.f. Digital filter analysis and design by A Antoniun (TMH). Algorithms & Applications) .Syllabi for Pre. BOOKS : 1.
UNIT IV MODELLING AND SIMULATION Gate Level Modelling and Simulation. Concepts and Algorithms. Highlevel Transformations.PhD/Pre M. Some Scheduling Algorithms. Tabu search.H. Dynamic Programming. Emphasis on VLSI – Hill & Peterson. 1998 . Modern VLSI Design:Systems on silicon – Wayne Wolf. Multiple stage routing. Topologic routing. Some aqspects of Assignment problem. Wiley. 2nd Edition.e. Algorithimic Graph Theory. John wiley & Sons (Asia) Pvt. Binary-Decision diagrams. MCM phsical design cycle.Phil/ Pre MS. S. Routing – Maze routing. Branch and Bound. Design Automation tools. UNIT VIII for PHYSICAL DESIGN AUTOMATION OF MCM’S MCM technologies. UNIT VII PHYSICAL DESIGN AUTOMATION OF FPGA’S FPGA technologies. 2. Local Search.3rd edition. Partitioning. TEXTBOOKS: 1. WILEY Student Edition. Placement . FLOORPLANNING AND ROUTING Problems. Springer International Edition. W. UNIT II GENERAL PURPOSE METHODS FOR COMBINATIONAL OPTIMIZATION Backtracking. REFERENCES Computer Aided Logical Design with 1. UNIT III LAYOUT COMPACTION. Assignment and Scheduling. 2005. Simulated Annealing. Algorithms for VLSI Design Automation. Genetic Algorithms.Chip Array based and Full Custom Approaches. 1993. 2005-2006 Batch Subject Code : R 50853 ALGORITHMS FOR VLSI DESIGN AUTOMATION UNIT I PRELIMINARIES Introduction to Design Methodologies. Two-Level logic Synthesis UNIT VI HIGH-LEVEL SYNTHESIS Hardware Models.Syllabi for Pre. Naveed Sherwani. Ltd. 2. Algorithms for VLSI Physical Design Automation . 1999. Computational complexity. UNIT V LOGIC SYNTHESIS AND VERIFICATION Basic issues and Terminology. PLACEMENT. Physical Design cycle for FPGA’s. Routing and Programmable MCM’s.f. Allocation. Integrated Pin – Distribution and routing. Pearson Education Asia. Switch level Modelling and Simulation. partitioning and Routing segmented and staggered Models.Gerez. Internal representation of the input Algorithm. Integer Linear Programming.. Tractable and Intractable problems.
Digital Bio signal Processing. Tata McGraw-Hill. UNIT-IV Cardiological Signal Processing: Pre-processing. Inverse Filtering. Biomedical Signal Processing. W. Beta and Gamma Waves. Heart rate variability analysis. UNIT-VII Neurological Signal Processing: Modeling of EEG Signals. Weitkunat R. polishing – mean and trend removal. willis J. Prony's Method based on the Least Squares Estimate. Fetal ECG Monitoring. noise figure of systems UNIT-III Data Compression Techniques: Lossy and Lossless data reduction Algorithms. Linear prediction.) modeling of seizure EEG. Noise bandwidth. 2. Arrhythmia Detection Algorithms. Automated ECG Analysis. Probability distribution and density functions. Rhythm analysis. Auto Regressive(A. Rangayyan – Biomedical Signal Analysis. D. Correlation between random variables. vector quantisation. 2. Gaussian and Rayleigh density functions. 4. Prony’s method. CORTES. . Noise power spectral density analysis. REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. Academic: Press 1994 Cohen. UNIT-II Stationary random process.Reddy.C. 2005-2006 Batch Subject Code : R 50854 BIOMEDICAL SIGNAL PROCESSING UNIT-I Discrete and continuous Random variables. DCTand the K L transform. Yule – walker (Y –W) equations. Akay M . Elsevier. CRC Press.Phil/ Pre MS. Analysis of Evoked Potentials. 1986. QRS Detection Methods. Biomedical Signal Processing.PhD/Pre M. Huffman coding.Syllabi for Pre. Rangaraj M. Sleep Stage analysis. UNIT-VIII Original Prony's Method. Noise Cancelling Method to Enhance ECG Monitoring. 1991. TEXT BOOKS 1. Adaptive Noise Cancelling with the LMS Adaptation Algorithm. Biomedical digital Signal Processing. I Time & Frequency Analysis. ECG data compression using Turning point. ECG Pattern Recognition.e. UNIT-V Adaptive Noise Cancelling: Principles of Adaptive Noise Cancelling. Biomedical Signal Processing -Vol. AZTEC. UNIT-VI Signal Averaging.f. Least squares and polynomial modeling.A. 2005.principles and techniques. Detection of spikes and spindles Detection of Alpha. Ergodicity. PHI. 3.R. Power spectral density and autocorrelation function of random processes.Tompkins.
Choke packets and Load shedding. Prentice Hall of India New Delhi . Fragmentation. World Wide Web – HTTP. sliding window revisited. Subnets. DSPF. Unit VII: Application Layer – Network Security – Cryptographic Algorithms – DES. Mobile IP. Name servers.Third edition. Congestion Control algorithms-General principles of congestion control. Collision Free protocols – IEEE standard BO2 for LANS – Ethernet. Internet and ATM. BOP. Hierarchical. Unit IV: NETWORK LYER Routing Algorithms – Shortest path. FDM. routing and switching. Internet control protocols. Flooding. and quality of service. DCE. Broadcast routing. Unit VIII: Application Layer – Name service (DNS) Domains Hierarchy.PhD/Pre M. Remote Procedure Call – BLAST. Unit V: INTERNET WORKING – Tunneling. 2005-2006 Batch Subject Code : R 50855 COMPUTER COMMUNICATIONS Unit I: Network Hardware reference model – Transmission media – Narrowband ISDN – Broad band ISDN – ATM. Unit VI: The Transport Layer Elements of transport protocols – addressing. IP address. TEXT BOOKS: COMPUTER NETWORKSANDREW TANEN BAUM.Syllabi for Pre. Carrier sense Multiple access protocols. Network layer in the ATM Networks – cell formats. connection setup. Peterson & Bruce S. SELECT. Davie – Second Edition – Harcourt Asia PTE LTD. establishing a connection. Traditional Applications – SMTP. Link state.Phil/ Pre MS. ALOHA. ATM LANs. Token ring – Bridges. CHAN. flow control and buffering and crash recovery. RSA. segment format. adaptive retransmission. reliable Byte Stream (TCP) end to end format. connection establishment and termination. Security Mechanisms – Authentication Protocols. END TO END PROTOCOLS – UDP. W. Unit II: The data Link layer – Design Issues – Error detection and correction – Elementary Data Link Protocols – Sliding window protocols – Data link layer in HDLC. TCP extension. releasing connection.f. COMPUTER NETWORKS – A SYSTEM APPROACH –0 Larry L. Congestion prevention polices. . Unit III: Channel allocation methods – TDM.e. Token Bus. Network Management – SNMP. MIME. network layer in the internet – IP protocols. Internet multicasting. service categories. Flow based Distance vector. internetworking. Firewalls.
routing IP datagrams. Telnet. FTP. 5. An engineering Approach to Computer Networking. 7. 4rd Edition. Data link layer. W. Godbole. 3. DHCP (chapters 7. 5. TCP. Channel allocation problem. Kurose. LAN bridges. Example data link protocols.10 & 23 of Text book 2). Design issues. 11. 13. W. 29. Text Book: 1. 8. 2. 25. 4. Ross. S. 3 & 4 of Text book 2). Routing Protocols. The application layer. BGP. Connectionless datagram delivery. VPN (chapters 15. Internet network layer. Keshav. Pearson Education. 12. MIME (chapters 24. RIP. 6. Pearson Education. 6. SNMP. II and III) Internetworking with TCP/IP. F. Internet transport protocols (TCP and UDP). ATM network layer. RLOGIN. UDP. Review of IEEE standards for LANs. Application Protocols: WWW (HTTP). TMH. BOOTP. 4th Edition. Multimedia. Pearson Education. Computer Networking a Top-Down Approach Featuring the Internet. Comer. The network layer. Computer Networks: A. Congestion control algorithms. Multiple access protocols. . 17 & 20 of Text book 2). Routing algorithms. PHI. The medium access sublayer. 1. S. 8. ICMP. Autonomous systems. Internet Address classes (chapters 1. J. Data Communications and Networking. TFTP. OSPF.e. Security. Network topologies and protocol layering.f. DNS. Vol. ATM transport protocols. Design issues. K. The Transport layer. 2005-2006 Batch Subject Code : R 50856 COMPUTER NETWORKS AND NETWORK PROTOCOLS 1. Voice and audio over IP (RTP). 9. CIDR. A. Elementary data link protocols. SMTP. Internetworking. IMAP. S. Sliding window protocol. 16.Syllabi for Pre. 2. 2. 26 & 27 of Text book 2). Tanenbaum. Protocol dependencies (chapters 28. HELLO. POP.PhD/Pre M. WWW.Phil/ Pre MS. Reference Books: 1. SNMP. NFS. ARP. Protocol layering. Private Network Interconnection – NAT. 2. Multicasting. Douglas E. (For unit I. Transport services. RARP. Architectural model for internetworking. Application Protocols: DNS. 30 & 31 of Text book 2). Electronic Mail. Internet protocols. Transport protocols. 3.
Random testing.Syllabi for Pre. examples of practical fault tolerant systems. maintainability & Availability Reliability of Series and parallel Systems.e. 2005-2006 Batch Subject Code : R 50857 DESIGN OF FAULT TOLERANT SYSTEMS 1. 6. introduction to fault tolerant design of VLSI chips. Failures and faults. dynamic. . Design for testable combination logic circuits : Basic concepts of testability. Sift – out Modular redundancy (SMR) . fail – safe design of sequential circuits using partition theory and Berger codes. built – in – test. 4. BOOKS: 1. self – checking sequential machines. Fail safe Design : Strongly fault secure circuits. use of control and syndrome – testable design. 5MR reconfiguration. 5. and self – purging redundancy. Relation Between reliability & mean time between failure. Berger codes and low cost residue code. Basic Concepts : Reliability Concept. controllability and observability. N. built – in – test of VLSI chips. partially self – checking circuits. 2.N. use of error correcting codes. Parag K.PhD/Pre M. 2. design for autonomous self – test. Fault Tolerant Design – II : Time redundancy. W. Test generations for combinational logic circuits – conventional methods. totally self – checking PLA design. The Read – Muller expansion technique. 7. level ORAND-OR design. Self Checking Circuits : Design of totally self checking checkers . Fault Tolerant Design – I : Basic concepts – static.Phil/ Pre MS. 8. Biswas : Logoc Design Theory (PHI) 1990. 3. 3.f. Test Generation : Fault diagnosis of digital Systems. checkers using mout of n codes. level – sensitive scan design (LSSD) and random Accers scan technique. (PHI) 1985. transition count testing and signature analysis. Lala : Fault Tolerant & Fault Testable Hardware design. design in testability into logic boards.triple modular redundancy. Reliability and failure rate. software redundancy. fail – soft operation . Parag K LaLA : Digital Systems design using PLD’s (PHI) 1990. Testable Design of Sequential Circuits : The scan – path technique. hybrid.
Bradley Calson – “Digital Logic Design Principles” – Wily Student Edition 2004. Random testing. UNIT – V: FAULT DIAGNOSIS IN SEQUENTIAL CIRCUITS: State identification and fault detection experiment. minimal closed covers. transition and intermittent faults. REFRENCE BOOKS: 1. Breues. – “Fundamentals of Logic Design”. N. sequential circuit design using CPLD. Boolean difference method. TEXT BOOKS: 1. 2. UNIT – IV: TEST PATTERN GENERATION: D – algorithm. UNIT – III: FAULT MODELING: Fault classes and models – Stuck at faults.e. Hardware description language and control sequence method. transition count testing. Test generation and Testable PLA design. Biswas – “Logic Design Theory” (PHI) Nolman Balabanian. PLA minimization and PLA folding. UNIT – VII: PLA TESTING: Fault models.Phil/ Pre MS. races. Machine identification. Kohavi – “Switching & finite Automata Theory” (TMH) N. flow table. A. design of sequential circuits using ROMs and PLAs. state reduction.Syllabi for Pre. PODEM. Signature analysis and testing for bridging faults. 3. . Roth Jr. J. Hill & Peterson – “Computer Aided Logic Design” – Wiley 4th Edition. bridging faults. FPGAs.PhD/Pre M. A. cycles and hazards. Friedman – “Digital System Testing and Testable Design”. W. Kohavi algorithm. Z. UNIT – II: SEQUENTIAL CIRCUIT DESIGN: design of Iterative circuits. UNIT – VI: PROGRAMMING LOGIC ARRAYS: Design using PLA’s. Abramovici. Design of fault detection experiment. 3. D. Test generation: Fault diagnosis of Combinational circuits by conventional methods – Path Sensitization technique. M. M. Jaico Publications Charles H. 2. UNIT – VIII: ASYNCHRONOUS SEQUENTIAL MACHINE: fundamental mode model. Frederick.f. 2005-2006 Batch Subject Code : R 50858 DIGITAL SYSTEM DESIGN UNIT – I: DESIGN OF DIGITAL SYSTEMS: ASM charts. Reduction of state tables. state assignments.
Steven L. DCT.e. UNIT – VII: Representation and Description – Various shemes – Boundary Descriptors – Regional Descriptors UNIT – VIII: Morphological Image Processing – Preliminaries – Dilation & Erosion – Opening & Closing – Hit-Miss Transformation – Morphological algorithms – Extension to Grey Scale Images TEXT BOOKS: 1. Richard E. UNIT – III: Color Image Processing – Fundamentals – Models – Pseudo Color image processing – Basics – Converting to other color spaces – Transformations .Phil/ Pre MS. Walsh. UNIT – IV: Image Filtering and Restoration – Degradation Model – Diagnolisation of Circulant and Block Circulant Matrices – Algebraic approach to restoration. Richard E. W.f. 2nd Edition. Haar. Woods. Enhancement in Spatial domain and in Frequency domain. 2nd Edition. Slant KL transforms and their properties. Histogram Processing. UNIT – V: Image Compression – Fundamentals – Compression Models – Losleses and Lossy compressions – Compression Standards.Woods. 2.Edding. .Gonzalez. 2005-2006 Batch Subject Code : R 50859 IMAGE PROCESSING UNIT – I: Image Processing Fundamentals – Image Transforms – Fourier Transform.Inverse filtering – LMS Restoration – Constrained least Squares and iterative restoration.PhD/Pre M. Handamard. UNIT – II: Image Enhnacement.Rafael C.Enhancement by point processing. Pearson Education. Digital Image Processing .Gonzalez.Color Smoothing and Sharpening – Color Segmentation – Noise – Color Noise Compression.Syllabi for Pre.Rafael C. Digital Image Processing Using MATLAB . UNIT – VI: Image Segmentation and Edge Detection – Detection of discontinuities – Edge linking and boundary detection – Region oriented segmentation – use of motion in segmentation – MarrHildreth Edge Detection – Canny Detectors. Pearson education. Geometric Transformations.
TEXT BOOK: 1. W. UNIT II: MOS/BiCMOS PROCESSES : Bi CMOS processes.voltage low power design.Syllabi for Pre.2002 REFERENCES: 1.Solid State Circuits. limitations of MOSFET models.mode environment. future trends and directions of CMOS/BiCMOS processes.PhD/Pre M. UNIT V: Analytical and Experimental characterization of sub-half micron MOS devices.f. MOSFET in a Hybrid. UNIT VI: CMOS AND Bi-CMOS LOGIC GATES: Conventional CMOS and BiCMOS logic gates. and other National and International Conferences and Symposia. Digital Integrated circuits . 2005-2006 Batch Subject Code : R 50860 LOW POWER VLSI DESIGN UNIT I: LOW POWER DESIGN. 2003 (chapter 17) IEEE Trans Electron Devices. J. Integration and Isolation considerations.Digital circuit operation and comparative Evaluation. limitations. Silicon-on-Insulator. N.Phil/ Pre MS. UNIT III:LOW-VOLTAGE/LOW POWER CMOS/ BICMOS PROCESSES Deep submicron processes .SOI CMOS. AN OVER VIEW: Introduction to low. Bipolar models. . Design perspective.J 1996 CMOS Digital ICs sung-moKang and yusuf leblebici 3rd edition TMH 2003 (chapter 11) VLSI DSP systems .e. UNIT IV:DEVICE BEHAVIOR AND MODELING: Advanced MOSFET models. low power by Yeo Rofail/ Gohl(3 Authors)Pearson Education Asia 1st Indian reprint.Rabaey PH. lateral BJT on SOI. 3. IEEE J. John Wiley & sons. CMOS/BiCMOS ULSI low voltage. ESD-free Bi CMOS .VOLTAGE LOW POWER LOGIC CIRCUITS: Comparison of advanced BiCMOS Digital circuits. Parhi. Integrated Analog/Digital CMOS Process. 2. UNIT VIII:LOW POWER LATCHES AND FLIP FLOPS: Evolution of Latches and Flip flops-quality measures for latches and Flip flops. 4. Performance evaluation UNIT VII: LOW.
Microcontrollers (Theory & Applications) – A. 2005. 2005-2006 Batch Subject Code : R 50861 MICRO-CONTROLLERS AND APPLICATIONS UNIT I: OVERVIEW OF ARCHITECTURE AND MICROCONTROLLER RESOURCES Architecture of a microcontroller – Microcontroller resources – Resources in advanced and next generation microcontrollers – 8051 microcontroller – Internal and External memories – Counters and Timers – Synchronous serial-cum-asynchronous serial communication Interrupts. Deshmuk. Design with PIC Microcontrollers – John B. Pearson Education. . TEXT BOOKS 1. 2. The 8051 Microcontroller and Embedded Systems – Mazidi and Mazidi. W. Programming.f. REFERENCE BOOKS 1.PhD/Pre M. Internal RAM. Switch. UNIT III: REAL TIME CONTROL Interrupts Interrupt handling structure of an MCU – Interrupt Latency and Interrupt deadline – Multiple sources of the interrupts – Non-maskable interrupt sources – Enabling or disabling of the sources – Polling to determine the interrupt source and assignment of the priorities among them – Interrupt structure in Intel 8051. 2000. UNIT IV: REAL TIME CONTROL TIMERS Programmable Timers in the MCU’s – Free running counter and real time control – Interrupt interval and density constraints. 2. UNIT VII: 16-BIT MICROCONTROLLERS Hardware – Memory map in Intel 80196 family MCU system – IO ports – Progammable Timers and High-speed outputs and input captures – Interrupts – instructions.V. Peatman.Phil/ Pre MS. UNIT II: 8051 FAMILY MICROCONTROLLERS INSTRUCTION SET Basic assembly language programming – Data transfer instructions – Data and Bitmanipulation instructions – Arithmetic instructions – Instructions for Logical operations on the tes among the Registers. WTMH 2005. Microcontrollers Architecture.e. UNIT VI: REAL TIME OPERATING SYSTEM FOR MICRO CONTROLLERS Real Time operating system – RTOS of Keil (RTX51) – Use of RTOS in Design – Software development tools for Microcontrollers. Interfacing and System Design – Raj Kamal. Keypad and Keyboard interfacings – LED and Array of LEDs – Keyboard-cum-Display controller (8279) – Alphanumeric Devices – Display Systems and its interfaces – Printer interfaces – Programmable instruments interface using IEEE 488 Bus – Interfacing with the Flash Memory – Interfaces – Interfacing to High Power Devices – Analog input interfacing – Analog output interfacing – Optical motor shaft encoders – Industrial control – Industrial process control system – Prototype MCU based Measuring instruments – Robotics and Embedded control – Digital Signal Processing and Digital Filters. PHI. and SFRs – Program flow control instructions – Interrupt control flow. 2005.Syllabi for Pre. UNIT VIII: ARM 32 Bit MCUs Introduction to 16/32 Bit processors – ARM architecture and organization – ARM / Thumb programming model – ARM / Thumb instruction set – Development tools. Pearson Education. UNIT V: SYSTEMS DESIGN Digital and Analog Interfacing Methods.
causes of fading. PH . FDM. Spread spectrum and frequency hopping. spread techniques in modulation. Space division multiple access. Cellular CDMA: Narrowband wave propagation wideband signal. Diversity scheme. Multiple access technique : Introduction.Phil/ Pre MS. Spread spectrum multiple Access. 2. mobile unit standing still and in motion. combining techniques. Rappaprot. BOOKS: 1.Syllabi for Pre. Antenna spacing. 2005-2006 Batch Subject Code : R 50862 MOBILE COMMUNICATIONS 1. TDM.S. 5. configuration Noise environment. directional antennas. packet Radio. 4. Mobile communications design fundaments by William Y. spectral efficiency. frequency dependency. cellular concept. comparison of different multiple access schemes. sampling rate. W. heights. 3.TDMA. Design parameters at the base station: Antenna locations. Calculation of fades and methods of reducing fades: Amplitude fades. antenna connections and locations on the mobile unit. reciprocity principle cumulative probability distribution. 6. Frequency plans and the schemes: Frequency reuse.e. caused propagation path loss. Lee (John wiley) Wireless Communications by T. FDMA.f. Design parameters at the mobile: Antenna spacing heights. 2. DS modulation. propagation. Mobile Radio Environment: Representation of a mobile radio signal. 7.PhD/Pre M.
optical fiber modes and configurations. 2. Optical Sources and Optical Detectors: Optical Sources : LED : LED structures. Srinivas. wavelength division Multiplexers and de-multiplexers. Photo detector Noise.f. Components of Fiber optic Networks: Overview of Fiber Optic Networks. Installation – Placing the cable. Optical Fiber Communications – A. Filters. 2005-2006 Batch Subject Code : R 50863 OPTICAL COMMUNICATIONS AND NETWORKS 1. Scheiner (Pearson Education Asia) Reference: 1. optical switches. T. MGH. Mode theory for circular wave-guides. couplers/splitters. LED characteristics LASER Diodes : Laser diodes and threshold conditions. Fiber Optic Communications Technology – Djafar K. Optical Detectors : Physical Principles of PIN & APD. S. Laser diode characteristics. Structures.. elements of an optical fiber transmission link. TMH. 2. Optical fiber Communications – Gerd Keiser 2nd ed.Phil/ Pre MS. Transceivers. PIN detector characteristics.Syllabi for Pre. 3. future trends of fiber optic networks. Semiconductors optical amplifiers. Fiber Optic Networks: Elements of Architecture of Fiber optic Networks. 4.e. 5. Wave guiding: Basic optical laws and definitions. Kar. Mynbaev and Lowell L. W. cabling and Installation: Fabrication. Text Books: 1. Overview of Optical Fiber Communications: The evolution of fiber optic systems. Isolators. 6. Fabrication. fiber optic cables. Selva Rajan. Optical Fibers. Erbium doped Fiber Amplifiers. .PhD/Pre M.
Concatenated Barker Codes. Introduction to Radar Systems. Radar Signal Management – Schematics.II  : Detection Criteria – Neyman-Pearson Observer. John Wiley. UNIT II Detection of Radar Signals in Noise . 2nd ed. Sidelobe Reduction for Phase Coded PC Signals. Radar Equation. Reduction of Time Sidelobes. Cell Averaging CFAR Receiver. W. 1999.e. Efficiency of Non-Matched Filters. UNIT VIII Other Types of PC Waveforms – Basics of Nonlinear Binary Phase Coded Sequences. Huffman Codes. Single Pulse of Sine Wave. Detectors – Envelope Detector. Inverse Probability Receiver. Comparison of Different Pulse Compresssion Waveforms. Waveform Design Requirements. Digital Compression.. Barker Codes. UNIT VII Poly Phase Codes : Frank Codes. Family of Radar Waveforms. Characteristics. Jr. Information Available from Radar Echo. Binary Phase Coding. Linear Period Modulation (LPM/HFM). Automatic Detection . Matched Filter for Non-White Noise. Periodic Pulse Train. Specific Cases – Ideal Case. Resources and Constraints. Doppler Tolerant PC Waveforms – Short Pulse. Nathanson. TMH. Logarithmic Detector. McGraw Hill. Nitzberg. 2] : Radar Ambiguity Function and Ambiguity Diagram – Principles and Properties. References : 1) Peyton Z. Artech House. Beacon and Repeater Equations. 2005-2006 Batch Subject Code : R 50864 RADAR SIGNAL PROCESSING UNIT I Introduction  – Radar Block Diagram. UNIT V Pulse Compression in Radar Signals : Introduction. Nathanson. 1969. 2) R. McGraw Hill. Component Parts. Sequential Observer. Non-Linear FM Pulse Compression. Block Diagram of a Phase Coded CW Radar. Cross-Correlation Properties. I/Q Detector.. . Matched Filter and Correlation Function.I. 3) F. Stretch Techniques. Radar Detection with Noise Jamming. 2) Fred E. Costas Codes. Significance. Single Linear FM Pulse.CFAR Receiver. Peebles.E. Compatibility.I.Syllabi for Pre. Review of Radar Range Performance  – General Radar Range Equation. Maximal Length Sequences (MLS/LRS/PN).PhD/Pre M. 1st ed. 2004. Radar Handbook. Noiselike Waveforms. Radar Design Principles – Signal Processing and The Environment. Linear FM Pulse Compression – Block Diagram. Generation and Decoding of FM Waveforms – Block Schematic and Characteristics of Passive System. Skolnik. Frequency Response Characteristic and its Derivation. Radar Signal Processing and Adaptive Systems. 1991. Complementary Codes. Optimum Waveforms for Detection in Clutter. 3rd ed. UNIT IV Waveform Selection [3.. 3) M. SAW Pulse Compression. 1999.I  : Matched Filter Receiver – Impulse Response. Radar Principles. Skolnik. CFAR Loss. 2nd ed. CFAR Uses in Radar. Correlation Detection and Cross-Correlation Receiver. PHI. Radar Design Principles.f.Phil/ Pre MS. Bistatic Radar.. Likelihood-Ratio Receiver.. UNIT III Detection of Radar Signals in Noise . 2001. Limiting in Pulse Compression. Types. UNIT VI Phase Coding Techniques : Principles. Text Books : 1) M.
Reliability and Hazard Rates Introduction.e. Maintainability Demonstration. Failure Mode. History. Reliability Prediction Method. Budgets.f. Life Testing. Model Selection for Component Failures. Objectives and Strategies. Hardware Reliability vs. ISO 9000. Automatic Test Equipment. Quality Audit TEXT BOOKS: Reliability Engineering & Terotechnology Reference: Inspection Quality Control and Reliability – S. History.Syllabi for Pre. Reliability Prediction – Design Based on Weibull Distribution. W. The Terotechnology System. Strategies for Terotechnology. Total Quality Management. Introducing Terotechnology into Programmes. Sarma. Terotechnology. Practice of Terotechnology. Failure Data. The Terotechnology Process. Demonstration Tests. Reliability Tests. Failure Analysis Chapter III Reliability Prediction and analysis Introduction. Maintainability Modeling and Allocation. Reliability Prediction Based on the Exponential Distribution. Reliability and Maintainability Trade-off. Sequential Testing. Reliability Data Systems. Reliability Management.Phil/ Pre MS. Khanna Publications -A. Life Cycle Costing. Maintainability Data Systems. Failure Rate and Hazard Rate. Software reliability. Methods of Improving Software Reliability. Maintainability. Probability Theory. Overhead Calculations. Cost Codes. Prediction in Perspective Chapter IV Reliability testing. Cost Reports. System Reliability Analysis. Design Aids for Maintainability. Training in Terotechnology. Computation Approaches for Complex Systems. Effect and Criticality Analysis (FMECA). Common Distributions in Failure Mechanisms.PhD/Pre M.K. Reliability Function. Maintainability Programme Elements. Reliability Concepts and Patterns of Failure. Definition. Accelerated Testing. Planning for Safety. Maintenance Costs. Software Reliability Model. Success-Failure Testing. Expert Systems Chapter V Software Reliability. General Relationship between Terms. 2005-2006 Batch Subject Code : R 50865 RELIABILITY ENGINEERING Chapter I Definition of reliability and its management Introduction. Methods of Generic Failure Rate Determination. Maintainability Prediction. Maintenance Cost and Budgeting and total Quality management in ISO 9000 Characteristics of Software Reliability Models. Control of Variation.C. Variation in Engineering. McMillan Publications . Gupta. Availability Analysis. Reliability for System Effectiveness Chapter II Failure Statistics. Conventional Computation Approaches. Maintainability Concepts. Failure Reporting and Corrective Action Systems (FRACAS). Selected Definitions. Cost Allocations. System Trade-offs. Availability and Reliability Computation Introduction. Built-in Test (BIT).
by Peebles . W. Estimation of state using the innovations process. Digital implementation of LMS Algorithm. properties. Stability of steepest – descent algorithm. Estimation of sine waves in the presence of additive noise. Characteristics of Stochastic Processes & Wiener Filtering: Partial characterization of a discrete-time stochastic process. Adaptive filter theory . solution to Wiener half equation.Simon Haykin Reference Books: 1. Kalman Filter Theory and its Applications: Recursive minimum mean square estimation for scalar random variables. Windowing of the data. Average mean – squared error. Principle of orthogonality. Properties of least squares estimates. Text Book: 1.PhD/Pre M. Properties of correlation matrix Eigenvalue problem. Auto regressive models. Selecting the order of the model. Canonical form of error – performance surface. Power spectral density. Burg formula. Linear Prediction: Linear prediction. stationary and non-stationary processes. Transfer function of prediction-error filter. Linear prediction problem Singular – value decomposition. 2005-2006 Batch Subject Code : R 50866 STOCHASTIC SIGNAL PROCESSING Introduction to Stochastic Processes: Definition. Eigenvector representations of lattice predictors and their correlation properties. prediction-error filter. LMS Algorithm in a non-stationary environment. mean squared error. positive definiteness of the correlation – matrix of the tap inputs and the minimum – phase property of the prediction error filter.e. Uniqueness theorem. Method of Estimation by LMS Algorithm: Structure of adaptive filter. Statement of optimum filtering problem. Random Variables and Stochastic processes .Syllabi for Pre. Summary of LMS Algorithm. Normal equation. Principle of orthogonality Minimum mean squared error. Properties of transient behavior of it. Whitening property. 2. Reformulation of deterministic normal equation in terms of correlation functions. Relation among the auto correlation function & the reflection coefficients. other stationary stochastic models. Statement of Kalman filtering problem.by A. forward & backward predictions. Filtering methods of LS. Method of steepest descent. Relation between backward prediction – error vector. Random Variables and Stochastic processes . prediction errors viewed as a Gram – Schmidt Orthogonalization process.Papulis(TMH) Probability. Innovation process. Method of Least Squares: Statement of linear least – squares estimation problem. Error performance surface.Phil/ Pre MS. Minimum sum of error squares. Average tap weight vector and error correlation matrix. Properties of eigenvalues & eigenvectors.f. Levinson-durbin recursion. Probability.
8. Digital Hardware modeling in FHDL. 4. default rules. assertion. declaration. Data flow modeling: Concurrent statements.Syllabi for Pre. Jayaram Bhasker : A. Graw Hill. constant class object declaration. Structural Modeling: Component declaration. Data types classification in VHDL. BOOKS : 1. selected signal assignment statement. Modeling a Moore FSM. Hardware Design Environment. wait.PhD/Pre M. signal assignment statement.1998. postponed processes. multiple drivers. 2. loop. exit. signatures. implicit & explicit visibility. configuration specification. logic. 1999. Libraries and Packages in VHDL modeling lib & package declaration. 3. 5. Behavioral Modeling: Entity. package body predefined Data types and operators in standard package. conversion function. . Architecture body. state machine modeling. multi processes. library. default values for parameters. design features.f. report statements. Subprograms and overloading: Subprograms. concurrent assertion statement. resolving signal values. 7. Douglas perry : VDHL. Configuration declaration. if. Generics and configuration: Generics. sequential statements. block statement. Hardware Modeling examples: Modeling Sync. architecture models concurrent process statements.e. direct instantiation. Basic Concepts of VHDL: Basic Terminology. 2005-2006 Batch Subject code: R 50867 VHDL PROGRAMMING 1.Phil/ Pre MS. order of analysis. Entity declaration. 6. next. Packages & Libraries: Package declaration. concurrent versus sequential signal assignment. H/W modeling using sub programming.VHDL Primer PTR PH 3rd Edn. 9. 3. incremental binding. variable assignment statements. component instantiation. Mealy FSM. package body. examples. Delta delay revisited. sub program overloading (with & without Operators). test bench for an entity testing. 2. H/w Description Language. VHDL background capabilities and H/W abstraction. Navabi : VHDL Analysis & Modeling of Digital Systems McGraw Hill 2nd Edn. 3rd Edn. 2000. Objects in VHDL. null. case. W. Mc. conditional signal assignment statement.
Paging systems – Cordless Telephone system – Cellular Telephone systems – Comparison & Trends. Wireless Communications Principles and Practice. CDMA. Traffic routing in wireless networks: CKT switching. Modern wireless comm. X.25 protocols – Wireless data services – Common Channel Signaling (CCS) – ISDN – Signaling system no (S7): Network services part. Systems.Industry Standards for Propagation Models. User Part. Wireless Networks: Introduction – Development of wireless networks.: Introduction – FDMA. PHI. 6.Phil/ Pre MS.. (Refer Text book-2. 2005-2006 Batch Subject Code : R 50868 WIRELESS COMMUNICATIONS 1. Second Edition – Theodore S. Packet Radio – Protocols – Capture effect in packet Radio. 5.e. – Examples of wireless comm. Performance.) Multi Access Techniques for Wireless Comm. WLANS. Packet Switching. Text Book: 1.Syllabi for Pre. CDMA digital cellular standards. 2 Spread Spectrum Applications – Dr. 7. W. Wireless Digital Communication – Modulation. Concepts – Fundamental Radio Propagation Propagation Characteristics .f. Cellular Concept – System design fundaments – Frequency re-use – Channel assignment and hand off strategies – Interference and system capacity – trunking and grade of service – Importing coverage and capacity in cellular systems. Rappaport Pearson Education Inc. 4. Capacity of cellular system. GSM. Radio Propagation and Cellular Engg. 3. WLL. Kamilo Feher. SDMA.PhD/Pre M. 2. Systems – Evolution of Mobile Radio Comm. 2.Models of Multi-parts faded radio signals. . Introduction to Wireless Comm. Wireless System and Standards: AMPS. Signaling Traffic. TDMA – Spread Spectrum multiple access: FHMA. systems – 2nd and 3rd Generation wireless networks.
Rectangular microstrip patch antennas: Introduction. 1981. Broadside Array. Constantine A. James J. MC Graw-Hill.e.f. Hansen-Woodyard End-Fire Array.Phil/ Pre MS. Corner Reflector. Antennas. 1982. London 1984. Antenna Temperature. Reflector Antennas: Plane Reflector. “Microstrip antennas”. Suggested reading: 1. Radiation Intensity.PhD/Pre M. Antenna as an Aperture.D. Bandwidth Enhancement Techniques. 2. Lenses with Variable Index of Refraction. Binomial Array-Design equations. Microstrip Antenna – Theory and Design. Input Impedance. Lenses with n>1. Lenses with n<1. J. 3. 5. “Microwave Antenna – Theory and Design”. Lens Antennas. Samuel Silver.J. the transmission line model. 1988. P. 2. J. advantages and disadvantages of microstrip antennas. Wood.Directivity. Kraus. applications. Antenna Efficiency. References: 1. Analysis of Rectangular patch radiators. Artech House. Nonuniform Amplitude. Bandwidth. the cavity model.Syllabi for Pre. Phased Array. IEE Press. 90o Corner Reflector. Radiation mechanism and Radiation fields of microstrip antennas. Front-Fed Parabolic Reflector. John Wiley. Two Element Array. Antenna Arrays: Introduction. Friis Transmission Equation. N-Element Linear Array. ISE. Antenna Parameters: Radiation Patterns. 3. . excitation techniques. 2. Cassegrain Reflectors. Radiation Power Density. Polarization. Bahl and Bhartia. Antenna Radiation Efficiency. “Antenna theory analysis and Design”. Gain. 2005-2006 Batch Subject Code : R 50869 MICROWAVE ANTENNAS 1. Other Corner Reflectors. Parabolic Reflector. W. The vector potential approach. Directivity and maximum Aperture. N-Element Linear ArrayUniform amplitude and Spacing. 4. Balanis. Dyadic Green’s Function Techniques. Ordinary End-Fire Array. Hall. Microstrip Radiators: Definition of microstrip antenna. Model Expansion Model.S.
References: 1. 2. 1984. Maxwell’s equations. Unit-VI: Printed antennas: Rectangular and circular patch antenna design. Partially filled wave guide. Hall.f. IEE press. Wood. And Bhartia. RE.PhD/Pre M.. General Solution of waveguide. Unit-IV: Aperture antennas. Log-periodic and Helical Antennas. Printed antenna arrays. Microstrip Antennas.J. Plane waves in lossless and lossy media. Artech House.e. Unit-II: Plane wave functions. Theories of radiation. Lenses and reflector antennas. . Collin. James JR. I. Peter Peregrinu. 1960. C. 1982. bandwidth enhancement techniques. Bahl.Syllabi for Pre. Horns. Slots. Integral transform method. Image theory. Unit-III: Antenna Parameters. Uniform and Nonuniform amplitude distortion. Field Theory of guided waves. Microwave Antenna Theory and Design. Schelkunoff’s equivalence theorem. Microstrip Antenna – Theory and Design. McGraw Hill. 4. PS.Phil/ Pre MS. 5. W. Time Hormonic Electromagnetic Fields. 1961. Chebyshev and Taylor’s distributions. Reflection and Refraction. Surface wave Transmission lines. Samuel Silver. 1981. Binominal. RF. Wave equation. McGraw Hill. Dielectric slab guide. Feeding techniques for microstrip antennas. 2005-2006 Batch Subject Code : R 50870 Electromagnetic Field Theory & Microwave Antennas Topic of Research: Design & Development of SP16T switch Syllabus: Unit-I: Review of Basic Concepts. 3.. Unit-V: Linear arrays. Rectangular wave guide. Harington.
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