Revised Syllabus

for

Bachelor of Technology(B.Tech.) Program
in

Electronics and Communication Engineering

North-Eastern Hill University, Mawkynroh,
Umshing, Shillong – 793 022

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1.1 Acronyms Used in Subject Coding -------------------------------------------------------------------------------1.2 Course Structure at a Glance --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Scheme of Syllabi
2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 Scheme of First- and Second- Semesters ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Scheme of Third- and Fourth- Semesters -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Scheme of Fifth- and Sixth- Semesters ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Scheme of Seventh- and Eighth- Semesters ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------HU – 101 Professional Communication Skills -------------------------------------------------------------------------------MA – 102 Engineering Mathematics - I -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------PH – 103 Engineering Physics – I --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------CH – 104 Engineering Chemistry --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------BI – 105 Fundamentals of Biotechnology -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------EE – 106 Basic Electrical Engineering ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------CH – 114 Engineering Chemistry Laboratory -------------------------------------------------------------------------------EE – 116 Basic Electrical Laboratory ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------CE – 117 Engineering Graphics -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ES – 201 Elements of Environmental Science -----------------------------------------------------------------------------MA – 202 Engineering Mathematics - II -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------PH – 203 Engineering Physics - II ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ME – 204 Engineering Mechanics -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------IT – 205 Computer Systems and Programming ----------------------------------------------------------------------------EC – 206 Basic Electronics ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------PH – 213 Engineering Physics Laboratory ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------IT – 215 Computer Programming Laboratory ------------------------------------------------------------------------------EC – 216 Basic Electronics Laboratory -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ME – 217 Workshop Practice ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------MA – 301 Engineering Mathematics – III -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------EC – 302 Analog Electronic Circuits – I -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------EC – 303 Digital Electronics ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------EC – 304 Signals and Systems -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------EC – 305 Electrical Network Theory -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------IT – 306 Data Structures and Algorithms ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------EC – 312 Analog Electronic Circuits – I Laboratory -----------------------------------------------------------------------EC – 313 Digital Electronics Laboratory -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------IT – 316 Data Structure using C Laboratory ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------MA – 401 Statistics and Random Processes ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------EC – 402 Electromagnetic Theory ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------EC – 403 Analog Electronic Circuits – II ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------EC – 404 Digital Systems Design ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------EC – 405 Linear Integrated Circuits and Systems ---------------------------------------------------------------------------IT – 406 Computer Organization and Architecture ------------------------------------------------------------------------EC – 413 Analog Electronic Circuits – II Laboratory ----------------------------------------------------------------------EC – 414 Digital Systems Design Laboratory -------------------------------------------------------------------------------EC – 415 Linear Integrated Circuits Laboratory -----------------------------------------------------------------------------

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First Semester Papers
3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.6 3.7 3.8 3.9

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Second Semester Papers
4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 4.6 4.7 4.8 4.9 4.10

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Third Semester Papers
5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 5.5 5.6 5.7 5.8 5.9

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Fourth Semester Papers
6.1 6.2 6.3 6.4 6.5 6.6 6.7 6.8 6.9

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Fifth Semester Papers
7.1 7.2 7.3 7.4 7.5 7.6 7.7 7.8 7.9 HU – 501 Managerial Economics -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------EC – 502 Microprocessor ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------EC – 503 Electronic Measurements and Instrumentation --------------------------------------------------------------EC – 504 Principles of Communication Systems --------------------------------------------------------------------------EC – 505 Power Electronics -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------EC – 506 Basic Control Engineering -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------EC – 512 Microprocessor Laboratory --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------EC – 513 Electronics Measurements and Instrumentation Laboratory --------------------------------------------------EC – 514 Communication Systems Laboratory -----------------------------------------------------------------------------HU – 601 Industrial Management -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------EC – 602 Advanced Microprocessors -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------EC – 603 Digital Signal Processing -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------EC – 604 Microwave Engineering -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------EC – 605 Computer Communications and Networks ---------------------------------------------------------------------EC – 606 Antenna -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------EC – 612 Advanced Microprocessor Laboratory ----------------------------------------------------------------------------EC – 613 Digital Signal Processing Laboratory -----------------------------------------------------------------------------EC – 614 Microwave Engineering Laboratory -------------------------------------------------------------------------------HU – 701 Professional Ethics and IPR ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------EC – 702 Embedded Systems and Microcontrollers -----------------------------------------------------------------------EC – 703 Introduction VLSI Design ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------EC – 704 Digital Communication -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------EC – 705 Elective – I 9.5.1 EC – 705EL – I Advanced Digital Signal Processing --------------------------------------------------------------9.5.2 EC – 705EL – I Data Communication Systems --------------------------------------------------------------------EC – 706 Elective – II 9.6.1 EC – 706EL – I Information Theory and Coding -------------------------------------------------------------------9.6.2 EC – 706EL – I Digital Image Processing --------------------------------------------------------------------------EC – 712 Embedded Systems and Microcontrollers Laboratory ---------------------------------------------------------EC – 713 VLSI Design Laboratory -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------EC – 714 Digital Communication Laboratory -------------------------------------------------------------------------------38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66

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Sixth Semester Papers
8.1 8.2 8.3 8.4 8.5 8.6 8.7 8.8 8.9

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Seventh Semester Papers
9.1 9.2 9.3 9.4 9.5 9.6 9.7 9.8 9.9

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Eighth Semester Papers
10.1 EC – 801 Satellite and Optical Communication Systems ------------------------------------------------------------------67 10.2 EC – 802 Mobile Communications -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 68 10.3 EC – 803 Elective – III 10.3.1 EC – 803EL – III Architecture of Advanced Processors ---------------------------------------------------------69 10.3.2 EC – 803EL – III Cipher System ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 70 10.4 EC – 804 Elective – IV (Open) 10.4.1 EC – 804EL – IV Nanotechnology ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 71 10.4.2 EC – 804EL – IV Biomedical Instrumentation ---------------------------------------------------------------------- 72

g.Electrical Engineering CE .Electronics and Communication Engineering IT .Physics CH .iii 1. E. where there is no corresponding theory paper.Humanities BI .Information Technology Three Digit Numeric Numbers Used in Subject Code (e. CE .Civil Engineering ME . this number stands for its corresponding theory subject number.Mathematics PH .Chemistry HU .117) 0 for Theory and 1 for Practical/Drawing/Design Semester Number .1 ACRONYMS USED IN SUBJECT CODING: MA . However.Biotechnology EE . EC – XXX): XXX Subject Number(In case of Practical. this number will start from 7.g.Mechanical Engineering EC .

iv .1.2 COURSE STRUCTURE AT A GLANCE Course Structure (Electronics and Communication Engineering) Theory & Practical/Design (68) Practical/Design (22) Theory (46) Departmental (15) Elective (4) Departmental (3) Open .(1) Project (2) Minor (1) Major (1) Inter Departmental (7) Common Paper (42) Inter Departmental (18) Departmental (24) Note: Number inside brackets represents total number of Papers.

I 4 CH – 104 Engineering Chemistry 5 BI – 105 Fundamentals of Biotechnology 6 EE – 106 Basic Electrical Engineering (PRACTICAL / DRAWING / DESIGN) 7 CH – 113 Engineering Chemistry Laboratory 8 EE – 116 Basic Electrical Laboratory 9 CE – 117 Engineering Graphics Total L – Lecture T – Tutorial P – Practical CT – Class Test TOT – Total Internal Marks TA – Teachers Assessment ESE – End Semester Examination Total Marks : 1000 Total Periods: 32 BRANCH: Common to all branches Sl. Subject No Code (THEORY) 1 ES – 201 SUBJECT NAME Year: I PERIODS (contact hour(s)) L T P 2 2 3 3 3 3 16 1 1 1 1 1 1 6 3 3 3 3 12 Semester II EVALUATION SCHEME (distribution of marks) Internal Works ESE SUB TOTAL TA CT TOT 20 20 40 60 100 30 20 30 30 30 20 20 20 20 30 20 30 30 30 60 40 60 60 60 20 20 20 20 90 60 90 90 90 30 30 30 30 150 100 150 150 150 50 50 50 50 1000 Elements of Environmental Science 2 MA – 202 Engineering Mathematics .I 3 PH – 103 Engineering Physics . Subject No Code (THEORY) SUBJECT NAME Year: I PERIODS (contact hour(s)) L T P 2 3 3 3 3 3 17 1 1 1 1 1 1 6 3 3 3 9 Semester I EVALUATION SCHEME (distribution of marks) Internal Works ESE SUB TOTAL TA CT TOT 20 20 40 60 100 30 30 60 90 150 30 30 60 90 150 30 30 60 90 150 30 30 60 90 150 30 30 60 90 150 20 20 20 20 20 20 30 30 30 50 50 50 1000 1 HU – 101 Professional Communication Skills 2 MA – 102 Engineering Mathematics .v BRANCH: Common to all branches Sl.II 3 PH – 203 Engineering Physics .II 4 ME – 204 Engineering Mechanics 5 IT – 205 Computer Systems and Programming 6 EC – 206 Basic Electronics (PRACTICAL / DRAWING / DESIGN) 7 PH – 213 Engineering Physics Laboratory 8 IT – 215 Computer Programming Laboratory 9 EC – 216 Basic Electronics Laboratory 10 ME – 217 Workshop Practice Total L – Lecture T – Tutorial P – Practical CT – Class Test TOT – Total Internal Marks TA – Teachers Assessment ESE – End Semester Examination Marks Total Marks : 1000 Total Periods: 34 .

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BRANCH: Electronics and Communication Engineering Sl. Subject No Code (THEORY) SUBJECT NAME PERIODS (contact hour(s)) L T P 2 3 3 3 3 3 17 2 1 1 1 1 1 7 3 3 3 9 Year: II Semester III

1 MA – 301 Engineering Mathematics – III 2 EC – 302 Analog Electronic Circuits – I 3 EC – 303 Digital Electronics 4 EC – 304 Signals and Systems 5 EC – 305 Electrical Network Theory 6 IT – 306 Data Structures and Algorithms (PRACTICAL / DESIGN) 7 EC – 312 Analog Electronic Circuits – I Laboratory 8 EC – 313 Digital Electronics Laboratory 9 IT – 316 Data Structure using C Laboratory Total L – Lecture T – Tutorial P – Practical CT – Class Test TOT – Total Internal Marks

EVALUATION SCHEME (distribution of marks) Internal Works ESE SUB TOTAL TA CT TOT 20 20 40 60 100 30 30 60 90 150 30 30 60 90 150 30 30 60 90 150 30 30 60 90 150 30 30 60 90 150 20 20 20 20 20 20 30 30 30 50 50 50 1000

TA – Teachers Assessment ESE – End Semester Examination Marks

Total Marks : 1000 Total Periods: 33

BRANCH: Electronics and Communication Engineering Sl. Subject No Code (THEORY) 1 2 3 4 5 MA – 401 EC – 402 EC – 403 EC – 404 EC – 405 SUBJECT NAME PERIODS (contact hour(s)) L T P 2 3 3 3 3 3 17 2 1 1 1 1 1 7 3 3 3 9

Year: II

Semester IV

Statistics and Random Processes Electromagnetic Theory Analog Electronic Circuits – II Digital Systems Design Linear Integrated Circuits and Systems 6 IT – 406 Computer Organization and Architecture (PRACTICAL / DESIGN) 7 EC – 413 Analog Electronic Circuits – II Laboratory 8 EC – 414 Digital Systems Design Laboratory 9 EC – 415 Linear Integrated Circuits Laboratory Total L – Lecture T – Tutorial P – Practical CT – Class Test TOT – Total Internal Marks

EVALUATION SCHEME (distribution of marks) Internal Works ESE SUB TOTAL TA CT TOT 20 20 40 60 100 30 30 60 90 150 30 30 60 90 150 30 30 60 90 150 30 30 60 90 150 30 20 20 20 30 60 20 20 20 90 30 30 30 150 50 50 50 1000 Total Marks : 1000 Total Periods: 33

TA – Teachers Assessment ESE – End Semester Examination Marks

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BRANCH: Electronics and Communication Engineering Sl. Subject No Code (THEORY) 1 2 3 HU – 501 EC – 502 EC – 503 SUBJECT NAME PERIODS (contact hour(s)) L T P 2 3 3 3 3 3 17 1 1 1 1 1 1 6 3 3 3 9 Year: III Semester V

Managerial Economics Microprocessor Electronics Measurements and Instrumentation 4 EC – 504 Principles of Communication Systems 5 EC – 505 Power Electronics 6 EC – 506 Basic Control Engineering (PRACTICAL / DESIGN) 7 EC – 512 Microprocessor Laboratory 8 EC – 513 Electronics Measurements and Instrumentation Laboratory 9 EC – 514 Communication Systems Laboratory Total L – Lecture T – Tutorial P – Practical CT – Class Test TOT – Total Internal Marks

EVALUATION SCHEME (distribution of marks) Internal Works ESE SUB TOTAL TA CT TOT 20 20 40 60 100 30 30 60 90 150 30 30 60 90 150 30 30 30 20 20 20 30 30 30 60 60 60 20 20 20 90 90 90 30 30 30 150 150 150 50 50 50 1000 Total Marks : 1000 Total Periods: 32

TA – Teachers Assessment ESE – End Semester Examination Marks

BRANCH: Electronics and Communication Engineering Sl. Subject No Code (THEORY) 1 2 3 4 5 HU – 601 EC – 602 EC – 603 EC – 604 EC – 605 SUBJECT NAME PERIODS (contact hour(s)) L T P 2 3 3 3 3 3 17 1 1 1 1 1 1 6 3 3 3 9

Year: III

Semester VI

Industrial Management Advanced Microprocessors Digital Signal Processing Microwave Engineering Computer Communications and Networks 6 EC – 606 Antenna (PRACTICAL / DESIGN) 7 EC – 612 Advanced Microprocessor Laboratory 8 EC – 613 Digital Signal Processing Laboratory 9 EC – 614 Microwave Engg. Laboratory Total L – Lecture T – Tutorial P – Practical CT – Class Test TOT – Total Internal Marks

EVALUATION SCHEME (distribution of marks) Internal Works ESE SUB TOTAL TA CT TOT 20 20 40 60 100 30 30 60 90 150 30 30 60 90 150 30 30 60 90 150 30 30 60 90 150 30 20 20 20 30 60 20 20 20 90 30 30 30 150 50 50 50 1000

TA – Teachers Assessment ESE – End Semester Examination Marks

Total Marks : 1000 Total Periods: 32

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BRANCH: Electronics and Communication Engineering Sl. Subject No Code (THEORY) 1 2 HU – 701 EC – 702 SUBJECT NAME PERIODS (contact hour(s)) L T P 2 3 3 3 3 3 17 1 1 1 1 1 1 6 3 3 3 3 12 Year: IV Semester VII

Professional Ethics and IPR Embedded Systems and Microcontrollers 3 EC – 703 Introduction VLSI Design 4 EC – 704 Digital Communication 5 EC – 705 Elective-I 6 EC – 706 Elective-II (PRACTICAL / DESIGN) 7 EC – 712 Embedded Systems and Microcontrollers Laboratory 8 EC – 713 VLSI Design Laboratory 9 EC – 714 Digital Communication Laboratory 10 EC – 717 Mini Project* Total L – Lecture T – Tutorial P – Practical CT – Class Test TOT – Total Internal Marks Elective - I: 1. Advanced Digital Signal Processing 2. Data Communication Systems

EVALUATION SCHEME (distribution of marks) Internal Works ESE SUB TOTAL TA CT TOT 20 20 40 60 100 30 30 60 90 150 30 30 30 30 20 20 20 40 30 30 30 30 60 60 60 60 60 20 20 20 100 90 90 90 90 30 30 30 150 150 150 150 50 50 50 100 1100

TA – Teachers Assessment ESE – End Semester Examination Marks

Total Marks : 1100 Total Periods: 35

Elective - II: 1. Information Theory and Coding 2. Digital Image Processing

BRANCH: Electronics and Communication Engineering Sl. Subject No Code (THEORY) 1 EC – 801 SUBJECT NAME PERIODS (contact hour(s)) L T P 3 3 3 3 12 1 1 1 1 4 15 15

Year: IV

Semester VIII

Satellite and Optical Communication Systems 2 EC – 802 Mobile Communications 3 EC – 803 Elective – III 4 EC – 804 Elective – IV(Open) (PRACTICAL / DESIGN) 5 EC – 817 Major Project* Total L – Lecture T – Tutorial P – Practical CT – Class Test TOT – Total Internal Marks

EVALUATION SCHEME (distribution of marks) Internal Works ESE SUB TOTAL TA CT TOT 30 30 60 90 150 30 30 30 50 30 30 30 100 60 60 60 150 90 90 90 150 150 150 150 300 900

TA – Teachers Assessment ESE – End Semester Examination Marks

Total Marks : 900 Total Periods: 31

* In the case of projects, TA = Assessment from the Guide(s), CT = Internal Seminar, and ESE = Seminar with External/Inter Departmental Experts. Elective - III: 1. Architecture of Advanced Processors 2. Cipher System Elective – IV(Open): 1. Nanotechnology 2. Biomedical Instrumentation

First Year Syllabus for B.Tech. Program(Common to All Branches)

FIRST SEMESTER – SYLLABUS

3.1 HU - 101 PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION SKILLS Subject Code : HU - 101. Subject Name : Professional Communication Skills. No. of Hours Per Week : Lectures-2, Tutorial-1. Marks Distribution : Sessional Works = 40, End Semester Examination = 60. Questions to be set : Eight(one from each unit and remaining three covering more than one unit). Questions to be answered : Any Five. Duration of End Semester Examination: Three Hours.

UNIT – I Grammar: Correction of sentences, Verbs and Tenses, Vocabulary/Word Formation, Single word for a group of words, Use of Prepositions: Conjunction: Transformation of sentences: Structure of Sentences: Active/Passive Voice; Direct/Indirect Narration. Listening Skill: Effective Listening, Types of listening, and Traits of a Good Listener. UNIT – II Essay: Expository, Descriptive, Narrative, Argumentative; Characteristics of a good Essay: Thesis Statement: Structure of opening/concluding paragraphs, Paragraph writing in brief, Body of the essay. UNIT – III Reading Comprehension: Global, Contextual, Inferential, Select passages from recommended text. UNIT – IV Business Correspondence: Characteristics of Business Letters; Drafting: Bio-data, Resume, Curriculum vitae. Report Writing: Structure, Types of Reports, Practice Writing. UNIT –V Communication / Public Speaking skills: Processes of Communication, Types of Communication Features of Effective Speech; Verbal: Public Speaking skills, Presentation Skills; Non-verbal: Body Language. Group discussion: principle, practice.

Text Books: 1. English for Engineers and Technologists, Voll-1 and Vol-II, Orient Longman, 2002. Reference Books: 1. M. Ashraf Rizvi, Effective Technical Communication, Delhi, TMH, 2005. 2. R.C. Sharma and K.Mohan, Business Correspondence and Report Writing, TMH, 1994.

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UNIT – I Functions. TMH. of types. Chand & Co. PHI.I Subject Code : MA .First Year Syllabus for B. and Second order L.E. y = |n2 – x 2|. Subject Name : Engineering Mathematics . Reference Books: 1. 3. 15/e. End Semester Examination = 90. Mathematical Techniques for Engineering and Scientists.variable separable.D. Program(Common to All Branches) 3. Taylor’s and Maclaurin’s series of functions loge (1+x). homogeneous. 3/e. continuity and differentiability.E. cos x. Phillips and Andrew. Tutorial-1. Nonlinear equations and Clairaut’s equations. 2. Duration of End Semester Examination: Three Hours. exactness and integrating factors. B. linear. 2007. Questions to be answered : Any Five. Cauchy’s criterion. No. Higher Engineering Mathematics. 2. Shillong – 22 Page | 2 .102 ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS . Bernoulli. 2006. 3. PHI. Solutions of first order and first degree O. Calculus. series and improper integral: Convergence of real sequences. 8/e. Cartesian equation and graphs of central conics and conicoids tangent frame graphing.102. monotone and inverse functions. UNIT – II Application of derivatives: Mean value theorems and Taylor’s theorem with Lagrange’s form and Cauchy’s form of remainders. Differentiation and integration of integral functions. Euler’s homogeneous equations and change of variables. H. 2006. Marks Distribution : Sessional Works = 60.D. UNIT – V Ordinary Differential Equations: Order and degree. a0 y`` +a1y` +a2y = 0 where a1’s are constants. Engineering Mathematics Vol-I and Vol-II.K.2 MA . 2005. J. Derivatives of one and higher orders and indeterminate forms. Khanna Publication. Convergence of improper integrals. 2004. North-Eastern Hill University. Sastry. functions of bounded variation. monotone sequences. 2004. sin x. Advance Engineering Mathematics.|y| = n.S. Dass.Tech. Advance Engineering Mathematics. Reduction formulae. Questions to be set : Eight(one from each unit and remaining three covering more than one unit). Text Books: 1. S. |x| . Grewal. convergence of infinite series of real and complex numbers. UNIT – IV Convergence of sequences.. E. radius of curvature and centre of curvature of plane curves UNIT – III Riemann integration: fundamental theorem of integral calculus. of Hours Per Week : Lectures-3. ex. b]. Beta and Gamma functions and their properties. graphs of f(x) = |x| + |x-1| + |x-2|. Cauchy’s criterion. Mendelson. curvature. Kreyszig. Willey & Sons. Continuity and Uniform continuity in [a. Tests for absolute and conditional convergence of infinite series and improper integrals. E.I.

Cardinal points of coaxial thin lenses. UNIT – III Acoustics: Free and forced vibrations.I Subject Code : PH . R N Chaudhuri. Wave packets. 2002 6. phase and group velocities. Berkeley Physics Course. The human ear and its response. different methods of polarization. elastic and inelastic collisions. resonance and sharpness of resonance. Brewster’s law. Problems. UNIT – IV Physical Optics: Huygen’s principle and Fermat’s principle. Fresnel diffraction. particle in a box. Elements of properties of matter. Aberrations. 3rd ed. D J Griffith. H Goldstein. locations and properties of cardinal points. Problems. R G Takwale and P S Puranik. Bar pendulum/Kater’s pendulum. Pearson Pub. D S mathur. No. Introduction to Quantum mechanics. intensity and loudness. single slit. finite potential well. Fresnel half period zones. Torsion of a cylinder. Introduction to Classical Mechanics. Nicol prism. wavelength determination. Bending of beams – cantilever and beams supporting at both ends. E M Purcell. S Chand & Co. Classical mechanics–II: . Subramaniam and Brijlal. 5. theory of reverberation. New Central Book agency. Duration of End Semester Examination: Three Hours. Conservation laws of energy and momentum (linear and angular). expectation values. A K Ghatak. Questions to be answered : Any Five.Laws of motion. half and quarter wave plates. UNIT – II General properties of matter: Interrelation of elastic constants. John Wiley & Sons. Summary of hydrogen atom and linear harmonic oscillator. Problems. production and applications. photon interference.First Year Syllabus for B. Concept of Diffraction. S Chand & Co. Applications in one dimension. Subject Name : Engineering Physics . Problems. 2. Principle of virtual works. Problems. Interference and its conditions. Waves and Oscillations. of Hours Per Week : Lectures-3.. H J Pain.I. Particle in a three dimensional box. double slit. A Treatise on general properties of matter.103. optic axis. 5. Applications in typical problems. Marks Distribution : Sessional Works = 60. Tutorial-1. circularly and elliptically polarized light.Degrees of freedom. 4. General equation of vibration. Shillong – 22 Page | 3 . Thick lens. UNIT – V Quantum mechanics: de Broglie’s hypothesis. Probabilistic interpretation of wavefunction. Quantum Mechanics. Text Books: 1. Newton’s rings – theory. Narosa.103 ENGINEERING PHYSICS . J L Powell and B Craseman.. TMH Reference Books: 1. Davison and Germer experiment. A Textbook of Optics. constrains. The Physics of vibrations and waves. Geometry of a calcite crystal. specific rotation of a solution. Questions to be set : Eight(one from each unit and remaining three covering more than one unit). Pearson education 3.plucked string.Tech. D’Alembert’s principle. potential steps and barriers. Compound pendulum and its theory. Fraunhofer diffraction. C Poole and J Safko. Composition of two simple harmonic motions along the same line and at right angles. Classical Mechanics. New Age 4. End Semester Examination = 90. Physical Optics. struck string and bowed string.-1.3 PH . Vol. achromatic combination. Reverberation. 2. Ultrasonics. theorems of parallel and perpendicular axes (proof) for both laminar and three dimensional bodies. moment of inertia. wavelength determination. Derivation of Lagrange’s equation and Hamilton’s canonical equations. limits of human audibility. Vibrations of a tuning fork. eigen functions and eigen values. generalized coordinates and generalized momenta. Schroedinger’s equations. Polarization. UNIT – I Classical mechanics-I: . Sabine’s law. spherical and chromatic. plane diffraction grating. Polarimeter. Fresnel’s biprism theory. Rigid body motion. Program(Common to All Branches) 3. components of velocity and acceleration (radial & transverse and tangential & normal) in different coordinate systems. zone plate. R Sengupta and H Chatterjee. Problems. Geometrical Optics: Combination of thin lenses. Tata McGraw 3. McGraw Hill. North-Eastern Hill University. Uncertainty principle.

Organic Chemistry. solubility product. 7. UNIT – V Stereochemistry of Organic molecules – Concept of isomerism. 7e. enthalpy. Nernst equation. Electrochemistry 2 – Concept of oxidation – reduction processes. molecular orbital theory and its application to diatomic molecules. Text Books: 1. S. effect of temperature on reaction rates and energy of activation. UNIT – III Electrochemistry 1 – Specific.. electronic structures and shapes of some organic and inorganic molecules and ions. 4/e. reprinted . parallel. Malik. Basic Inorganic Chemistry. John Wiley and Sons Inc. PHI.). S. complex reactions . Mukherji and Singh. 1e (reprinted. Bio-inorganic Chemistry – Role of metal ions in biological systems (examples of chlorophyll. Coordination Chemistry – Ligands. Chand & Co. sign convention. 2006. electrolytic and electrochemical cells.f. Tuli. 3. rate expressions of first and second order reactions.Pine. Carnot theorem. limitations of the first law. Wilkinson and Gaus. UNIT – II Chemical Kinetics – Rate and rate constant of chemical reaction. reversible and irreversible electrochemical cells. UNIT – I Thermodynamics – First law. coordination number. nomenclature of coordination compounds. Levine. 2006.Tech. hydrogen bonding with examples. organometallic compounds. Chand & Co. 2006. equilibrium constant from thermodynamic considerations. Vol. 19 revised ed. 5e (7th reprint). TMH.First Year Syllabus for B. Oxford University Press. E – Z and R – S systems of nomenclature. variation of specific and equivalent conductivity with concentration of strong and weak electrolytes. heat capacity terms. I and II. molecularity and order of a reaction. P. 2. measurement – determination of activity coefficient. IR. 8. geometrical isomerism. Reaction Mechanism in Organic Chemistry. (special Indian ed. some commercially important polymers. Basu and Madan. 5. molar and equivalent conductivity. Shriver. Program(Common to All Branches) 3.104 ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY Subject Code : CH . standard electrode potential. Spectroscopy – Fundamentals of microwave. consecutive and chain reactions. 2006. rate determining step. electrochemical series. Bio-organic Chemistry – Chemical structure and functions of carbohydrates. Banwell and McCash. Cotton. Polymers – Classification of polymers. I. configuration of geometrical isomers. Third law and its implications. North-Eastern Hill University. No.. S. entropy changes of ideal gases. 1 – 3. Atkins and Langford. Physical Chemistry through problems. 2004 4. reprinted. End Semester Examination = 90. S. 6. Duration of End Semester Examination: Three Hours. entropy. A Text Book of Physical Chemistry – Vol. A Textbook of Organic Chemistry. 6/e. Macmillan India Ltd. pH.. 2006.4 CH . L. ELBS. Joule-Thomson coefficient. Kapoor.W. Ltd. 5/e. (Diamond Edition). Physical Chemistry. I. Rao. isomerism in coordination compounds. 2006). Vol-II. Macmillan India.H. corrosion. 1994.Finar. 2e (reprinted 2006). Morrison and Boyd. and nucleic acids. Second law. 6e. proteins. 2/e. haemoglobin. Reference Books: 1. Organic Chemistry. 2007. DVS Publishers.Chand & Co. oxidation number. Vol. 4. Physical Chemistry. Shillong – 22 Page | 4 . electromotive force of a cell and electrode potentials. 3/e(reprinted 2006). Subject Name : Engineering Chemistry. 1962.Basic idea of valence bond theory and its limitations.. Questions to be answered : Any Five. effect of catalyst. Tata McGraw Hill. Maxwell’s relationships. 2. and vitamin B12). 2000. Advanced Inorganic Chemistry – Vol. molecular weights of polymers. internal energy. Gibbs-Helmholtz equation. Tutorial-1. 1996. TMH. Dogra. Inorganic Chemistry. Macmillan India Ltd Macmillan India Ltd. applications of e. amino acids. Prakash... Vol. Marks Distribution : Sessional Works = 60. conventional representation of electrochemical cells. 5.configurational and conformational isomerism. concept of hybridization of orbitals involving s. UNIT – IV Structure and Bonding . Clapeyron-Clausius equation. Fundamentals of Molecular Spectroscopy. Ltd.Atkins. 2004. 5/e. concept of chemical potential. pseudo-unimolecular reactions. ELBS. Tuli & Madan. 3/e. Selected Topics in Inorganic Chemistry. 3/e. Carnot cycle and its efficiency. 18 revised ed. valence shell electron pair repulsion (VSEPR) theory.opposite. of Hours Per Week : Lectures-3. bonding and stability of coordination compounds. Questions to be set : Eight(one from each unit and remaining three covering more than one unit). p and d orbitals. types of isomerism . peptides. 5. Problems in Physical Chemistry. free energy (Gibbs and Helmholtz). criteria in terms of entropy and free energy for reversible and irreversible processes. 2006.. 4. UV-VIS and NMR spectroscopy. (Diamond Edition). 9. commercially important cells.m. 3. 2006.104. van’t Hoff reaction isotherm.

Shillong – 22 Page | 5 . Detection of recombinant molecules. Molecular Cell Biology. North-Eastern Hill University. 2001. 6. Insertion of DNA molecule into a vector plasmid. Harper’s Biochemistry. Concept of eukaryotic gene regulation.Tech. Protein folding. Text Books: 1.K. Use of microbes in mineral beneficiation and oil recovery. Hames. 4. UNIT – III Structure of DNA and its physico-chemical properties. acetic acid and antibiotics). UNIT – II Types of macromolecules in biological systems. Subject Name : Fundamentals of Biotechnology. No. library construction and screening. B. Molecular tools and their applications. Questions to be set : Eight(one from each unit and remaining three covering more than one unit). Scientific American Books. of Hours Per Week : Lectures-3. 2. Industrial production of chemicals (Ethanol. Albert.. 2003. Lewin. 5. Program(Common to All Branches) 3. 3. D. Bacterial chromosomes and plasmids. Concept of safety in use of genetic manipulations.. Bioprocess Technology: Fundamentals and Applications. nucleus and other organelles and their organization. Gene VIII. UNIT – I Structure of prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells. R. preservation and maintenance of industrial microorganisms. Cellular organelles: plasma membrane. D. M. Isolation and growth of cells. KTH. Mechanism of transcription and post-transcriptional modifications of RNAs. HPLC. mitochondria. cell wall. Oxford University Press. UNIT – V Milestones in Genetic Engineering. Targated gene replacement. Features of genetic code. golgi bodies and endoplasmic reticulum. Marks Distribution : Sessional Works = 60.5 BI . Questions to be answered : Any Five. Cell cycle and cell division (Mitosis and Meiosis). Isolation. Garland publishers. IRL Press. Conformational properties of polynucleotide and polysaccharides: Secondary and tertiary structural features and their analysis (theoretical and experimental). et al.. et al. BAC libraries. 2000. Transgenic organisms. The use of reverse transcriptase. Stockholm. Prentice Hall International. End Semester Examination = 90. types of fermentation processes. crystallography.105 FUNDAMENTALS OF BIOTECHNOLOGY Subject Code : BI . Lodish et al. B. Sequence component of eukaryotic genome. Bioreactors: Media for industrial fermentation. Importance of genome project. human genome project. Murray. Duration of End Semester Examination: Three Hours.. Ethics and social concerns associated with gene manipulation and its implications.105. electrophoresis and centrifugation. Gene therapy. Tutorial-1. nucleic acids and polysaccharide structural analysis: Gas chromatography. Physical techniques in protein. cDNA. 2000. Oxford 1995. Molecular Biology of Cell. Prokaryotic and eukaryotic translation. DNA Cloning: a practical Approach. Prokaryotic and eukaryotic DNA replication. UNIT – IV Introduction of microbiology and microbes. 1999. Regulation of gene expression: Prokaryotic gene expression with reference to inducible and repressible operons. Glover and B.First Year Syllabus for B. electron microscopy. YAC.

Impedance and Admittance. End Semester Examination = 90. Mesh Analysis. Kemmerly and S. 3. Complex Power. Nodal Analysis. Van Valkenburg. B.M.106. Reference Books: 1.P. UNIT – I Engineering Circuit Analysis: Circuit elements. Thereja and A. Reprint 2006.6 EE .K. Source transformations. Transformer tests. D. Applications UNIT –IV Transformers and AC Machines: Working principle of Transformers. PHI. Methods of excitation. Typical Applications. Equivalent circuit. TMH. PHI. 2006. Theory and Problems of Basic Electrical Engineering. Shillong – 22 Page | 6 . Edminister. Duration of End Semester Examination: Three Hours. Questions to be answered : Any Five.H. of Hours Per Week : Lectures-3. Chand. Phasor Concept. Vol-II. 6/e. Linearity and Superposition. 2004. 2. Slip. Speed Control. I. Thereja. Star-Delta and Delta-Star Conversion. Unit Step Forcing Function. Electrical Technology. 2005. No. 2/e. Subject Name : Basic Electrical Engineering. Marks Distribution : Sessional Works = 60. 3. Nagrath. J. TMH. Instantaneous Power. Ideal Transformer. Text Books: 1. Kirchoff’s law.E. UNIT – V Three Phase Induction Motor: Construction. S. Stepper Motors. D. Production of rotating field. Types. Apparent Power and Power Factor. Motor starting. Thevenin and Norton Theorems. Principle of DC Motor. Durbin. Program(Common to All Branches) 3. Networks and Systems.First Year Syllabus for B. Kothari. source free RLC Circuits. Phasor diagrams. Eleventh reprint. 2. Efficiency. Voltage regulation. Speed – Torque Characteristic. Electric circuits. Ohm’s law.L.106 BASIC ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING Subject Code : EE . UNIT – II Simple RL and RC Circuits. W. Average Power. Maximum power transfer theorem. New Age Publishers. RMS values of Current and Voltage. Hayt. Tutorial-1. Network Analysis.A. 4. Equivalent Circuit. 1994. Equivalent Circuit. Electrical Engineering Fundamentals. 1998. Response as a Function of . UNIT – III DC Machines: Principle of DC Generator. Complex Forcing Function. 1997. Single Phase Induction Motor: Double field revolving theory. J. Questions to be set : Eight(one from each unit and remaining three covering more than one unit). J. Del Toro. PHI. Engineering Circuit Analysis. V. North-Eastern Hill University. Sinusoidal Forcing Function. Roy Choudhury.Tech. Torque and Slip. Characteristics and Applications. 3/e. Introduction to Three Phase Circuits.

Duration of End Semester Examination: Four Hours. 2001 (reprint 2004).. 10. North-Eastern Hill University. Pandey. I – III. Determination of rate constant of the acid-catalysed hydrolysis of methyl acetate. Vogel’s Textbook of Quantitative Chemical Analysis. I (b) Detection of any of the following functional groups: -COOH. Practical Chemistry. 1/e. -NH2 group. Vogel’s Textbook of Practical Organic Chemistry. Cl. Fe(acac)3. potassium chlorochromate. End Semester Examination = 30.7 CH . Subject Name : Engineering Chemistry Laboratory. >CO carbonyl. -OH (alcoholic or phenolic). Ltd. 2.114 ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY LABORATORY Subject Code : CH . Experimental Physical Chemistry. Program(Common to All Branches) 3. S. method) of para-nitro acetanilide Text Books: 1. 2. reprintred. Standardisation of a strong base by conductometric titration with a strong acid. Athawale and Mathur.Tech. and to determine the strength of the given unknown acid solution. Reference Books: 1. (reprinted).p. 4. Br. Inorganic complex like. 5. Volumetric estimation of Mg2+ and Ca2+ ions by EDTA titration (Hardness of water). etc. 3. -NO2. Determination of integral heats of dilution of the sulphuric acid solutions.114. 11. Marks Distribution : Sessional Works = 20. Advanced Experimental Chemistry. 5/e. of Hours Per Week : Practicals-3.Chand & Co. 6. New Age International Publishers.First Year Syllabus for B. 9. 8/e. 5/e. ELBS. Determination of dissociation constant of a weak acid by pH-measurement in the buffer solutions of the acid. tris(thiourea) copper (I) sulphate. 2006. Vol. Synthesis and characterization (by m. Verification of Beer-Lambert’s law with potassium dichromate and the estimation of potassium present in the given solution.Chand & Co. S. 4/e. ELBS. Minimum number of Experiments to be carried out: Eight. 12. Determination of partition-coefficient of iodine between carbon tetrachloride and water. 3. Question to be answered : One experiment will be allotted to a student on lottery basis. 1991. 2. 7. List of Experiments: 1. 1996. S. Synthesis of a volumetric estimation of Fe2+ ions by permanganatometry. Systematic qualitative analysis of organic compounds containing one functional group : (a) Detection of elements N. Ltd. Bajpai and Giri. 8. Gurtu and Kapoor. Determination of the concentration of the given liquid mixture by viscosity measurement.. Shillong – 22 Page | 7 . No. sodium cobaltinitrate. 1989.

L. End Semester Examination = 30. Reprint 2006. B.K.H. No. J. W.8 EE . Shillong – 22 Page | 8 . 6/e. Verification of the phasor sum of currents at any junction in an A. 7. Perform Open circuit and Short Circuit Tests on a single phase transformer. Kemmerly and S.C. Subject Name : Basic Electrical Laboratory. 2. 9. TMH. Verification of Network Theorems: Thevenin’s theorem. and Maximum Power Transfer theorem. 6.. Chand & Co. Electrical Technology. 4.C. Duration of End Semester Examination: Four Hours. 5.E.Tech. Engineering Circuit Analysis. Hayt. Program(Common to All Branches) 3. 8.116. North-Eastern Hill University. 2006. Calibration of ammeter and voltmeter. Durbin. of Hours Per Week : Practicals-3. S. 3. motors using Techometer. List of Experiments: 1. Question to be answered : One experiment will be allotted to a student on lottery basis.M.First Year Syllabus for B. Vol-II. Norton’s theorem. Marks Distribution : Sessional Works = 20.C.116 BASIC ELECTRICAL LABORATORY Subject Code : EE . Thereja. Text Books: 1. Design and Physical model of domestic wiring. Determination of Open Circuit Characteristic of D. Measurement of Power and power factor of the load by three voltmeters method. Minimum number of Experiments to be carried out: Eight. Measurement of Power and power factor of the load by three ammeters method. 2. circuit is zero. Generator To measure and control the Speed of D. Thereja and A.

Charotar Publishing House. Perpendicular lines.M. Dimension. Projection of Lines. 1987. New Age Publications. 9.117. No. D. Lines. Minimum number of drawing plates/sheets to be completed: Eight.Venugopal. 3. Projection of Solid (Cube. J. Introduction of Drawing and Geometrical Constructions(Sheet layout and Sketching. Engineering Drawing and Graphics. Text Books: 1. N. List of Drawing Plates/Sheets: 1. Projection of Planes. Duration of End Semester Examination: Four Hours. Projection of Solid (Cylinder.9 CE . Conics and Engineering Curves(Cycloid. French. Sheet Layout. Vierck and R. C. 1996. Engineering Drawing and Graphics using AutoCAD 2000. Panchal. Marks Distribution : Sessional Works = 20. T. Introduction to CAD Tools(Scale. 6. of Hours Per Week : Practicals-3. Shillong – 22 Page | 9 . Draw. Hypocycloid. Cone and Sphere). Bisecting a lines. Program(Common to All Branches) 3. 2. 11. Pyramid. Question to be answered : One problem will be allotted to a student on lottery basis. Plotting). Jeyapoovan. Lettering and Dimensioning. Square Prism. Construction of Polygons). 2. 10. Truncated Cone). Cylinders. End Semester Examination = 30. Vikas Publishing House. 8. Projection on Auxiliary Planes. Hyperbola). Cone and Sphere). Conics and Engineering Curves (Ellipse. Prism. Modifying. Bhatt and V. Isometric projection of solids (Prisms.Tech. Development of Surfaces(Truncated Cylinder. T. Units. Involute).J. divide a lines. Foster. Pyramids. 2005. Section of solids. Reference Book: K. 3. Subject Name : Engineering Graphics. Pyramids). 12. Trochoid. Epicycloid.First Year Syllabus for B. TMH. Elementary Engineering Drawing. North-Eastern Hill University. 2001. 7. 4. Engineering Drawing and Graphics Technology. E.117 ENGINEERING GRAPHICS Subject Code : EE . 5. Parabola.

Arsenic. acid rain. Questions to be answered : Any Five. Venugopala Rao. 3. Contaminants in the Environment. Lead and Mercury. abiotic and biotic factors. bio-magnification and bioremediation. Park. Introduction to Environmental Engineering and Science. ozone depletion. Wiley Publ. Sell. Textbook of Environmental Engineering. Saigo. Singapore. New York. and G. UNIT – III Scope of environmental chemistry. bio-transformation. Gilbert M.. Masters. Tutorial-1. The Perceptions of Environment. End Semester Examination = 60. 1997. No. chemical speciation of Copper. 1999. radioactive and noise pollution. 2. toxic chemicals: heavy metals and pesticides. T..First Year Syllabus for B. Thomson Asia Pvt. Odum. water. 2/e. Fundamentals of Ecology. conservation of natural resources. Types of ecosystems.201 ELEMENTS OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE Subject Code : ES . environment protection act. E.P. E. Cunningham. 1992. 4. components of environment and their interactions. 4. 2. W. 2006. PHI. 2001. McGraw Hill. conventional and renewable energy. Shillong – 22 Page | 10 . of Hours Per Week : Lectures-2. Marks Distribution : Sessional Works = 40. CRC Press. Environmental Science. J. PHI. W. acid mine drainage. UNIT – I Concept of environment. safety and prevention of industrial pollution. Routledge (Taylor and Francis Group). 1994. N. 7/e. and W. Program(Common to All Branches) SECOND SEMESTER – SYLLABUS 4. Questions to be set : Eight(one from each unit and remaining three covering more than one unit). UNIT – IV Environmental pollution. Barrett. 3. UK. biodiversity loss.P.B. sources and types of air. ecosystem organization. UNIT – V Toxicants and toxicity. waste management and cleaner production. soil. S S Dara. Duration of End Semester Examination: Three Hours. Ingold. Routledge (Taylor and Francis Group). UK. Text Books: 1. Bacci. Subject Name : Elements of Environmental Science. A Text Book of Environmental Chemistry and Pollution Control. C.Tech. UNIT – II Environmental problems and issues: green house effect. 2003. 2000.1 ES . photochemical smog.. environmental impact assessment. Ltd. energy flow and nutrient cycling. classification and distribution of elements in the earth: Chemistry of acid rain. 5.201. The Environment: Principles and Applications. S Chand & Co. 2005. Aerobic and anaerobic treatment of waste water. North-Eastern Hill University. Industrial Pollution Control: Issues and Techniques. Reference Books: 1. Industrial pollutants and their impact on environment and human health.

Chand & Co. Volume II. 2005. Advanced Engineering Mathematics.Tech. PHI. 2.2 MA . Real Analysis. Text Books: 1.First Year Syllabus for B. 1969. North-Eastern Hill University. Chain rule. convolutions. Chatterjee. Euler’s theorem on homogeneous functions. and Volume integrals. Residues and its applications to evaluating real integrals. Wiley. Questions to be set : Eight(one from each unit and remaining three covering more than one unit). Tangent planes and normal. Introduction of Partial Differentiation Equation.M. Calculus. Laplace equations. 8/e. Green’s theorem. S. Duration of End Semester Examination: Three Hours. Fourier series and Fourier transforms. Conformal mappings. maxima and minima for several variables. UNIT – IV Cauchy’s integral theorem. Elementary functions. John Wiley. 1974. T. UNIT – II Vector Calculus: Repeated and Multiple integrals. Gradient. 2004. of Hours Per Week : Lectures-3. 2004. Spiegel. Standard Jacobians for change of variables. Apostol. Gauss’s divergence theorem and Stoke’s theorem in Cartesian.. Cauchy’s integral formula. Line. partial fractions. Laplace transforms. PHI. Narayan.II. End Semester Examination = 90. and cylindrical polar coordinates. Repeated and multiple integrals. Shillong – 22 Page | 11 . Spherical polar. Reference Books: 1. D. Fourier Analysis with application and Laplace Transforms. S. Taylor series and Laurent series. 3. UNIT – III Analytic functions: Cauchy-Riemann equations. 2/e. Program(Common to All Branches) 4. Solutions of ordinary as well as partial differential equations by Laplace and Fourier transforms. Shifting on the s and t axes. Tata McGraw-Hill. 3.II Subject Code : MA . Exact differentials. UNIT – V Laplace and Fourier Transforms.202.202 ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS . Folland. Tutorial-1. E. Subject Name : Engineering Mathematics . method of Lagranges multipliers. 1999. 2. No. Divergence and Curl. surface. Questions to be answered : Any Five. Kreyszig. Inverse transform. Gradient and directional derivatives. UNIT – I Functions of several variables: Partial derivatives. Vector Calculus. Marks Distribution : Sessional Works = 60.

nuclear fusion. Problems. density of states. FD and MB statistics. Poynting vector. S Chand & Co. S O Pillai. Gradient of a scalar. Calculation of E for various distributions of charges at rest. Text Books: 1. Gauss’s law and its applications for finding E for various symmetric charge distributions. Optics and Atomic Physics. 1980. Nuclear fission. North-Eastern Hill University. stellar energy. Perspective of Modern Physics. Introduction to Electrodynamics . Tutorial-1. orthogonality of E. volume in phase space. Problems.Condon principle. Questions to be set : Eight(one from each unit and remaining three covering more than one unit). Laser Physics: -Spontaneous emission. volume of a quantum state. D P Khandelwal. Quantum statistics: BE. 5. 4.First Year Syllabus for B. End Semester Examination = 60.grad Φ. Fundamentals of Solid State Physics. Questions to be answered : Any Five.203 ENGINEERING PHYSICS . 3. UNIT – V Nuclear Physics: Mass defect and nuclear binding energy. B B Laud..S. Problems. Atomic and Nuclear Physics. dipole and quadrupole fields. Coulomb’s law of electrostatics in vector form. multipole expansions. Frank. New Age. S Chand & Co. McGraw-Hill. UNIT – IV Atomic Physics: Rutherford’s theory of alpha particles scattering. Q-value of a nuclear reaction. D J Griffiths. UNIT – I Electromagnetism: Review of vector calculus. FD distribution function – its variation with energy at different temperatures. Vol. UNIT – III Solid State Physics: Free electron gas in one and three dimensions. G M Barrow. 6. UNIT – II Statistical Mechanics: Phase space and phase trajectory. distance of closest approach. Problems. distinction of metals. chain reaction (controlled and uncontrolled). quantum phase space. Principle of Solid State Physics. Preliminary ideas of superconductivity. A Beiser. vibrational and electronic. of Hours Per Week : Lectures-2. ensamble. Problems. Electrostatic field E and potential Φ. 3. application of BE statistics to black body radiation. Himalaya 4. Problems. semi-metals and insulators. semi-empirical mass formula for nuclear mass. S N Ghosal. Subject Name : Engineering Physics .203. Density of states. 5. McGraw Hill. differential cross-section. Brief theory of laser action. Reference Books: 1. B . Prentice hall. divergence and curl of a vector. E. Solid State Physics. Maxwell equations. 6th ed. one electron atomic spectra. Shillong – 22 Page | 12 . Electricity and magnetism. Program(Common to All Branches) 4.3 PH . Molecular Spectroscopy. approximate nuclear radius. stimulated emission and absorption. J R Christman. Vector atom model. L. K K Tiwari. Fundamentals of Statistical Mechanics. R A Levy. Fermi temperature and Fermi velocity. Problems. Basic ideas of liquid drop model and shell model of nuclear structure. No. Helium-Neon laser. Marks Distribution : Sessional Works = 40. energy and momentum propagation. Atomic and Nuclear Physics. Band theory of solids (a qualitative treatment). 2. Publications. Raman effect – its brief quantum mechanical explanation. Comparison of nuclear fission and nuclear fusion. plane wave solutions.Tech. T A Littlefield & N Thorley. Duration of End Semester Examination: Three Hours. Stirling’s approximation. 2. distribution function. Academic Press. Molecular Physics: Types of molecular spectra. John Wiley & Sons. Gauss’ divergence theorem and Stoke’s theorem (statements and explanations only). their relation E= .-II. B and propagation vector. rotational.II Subject Code : PH . New Age.II.

C. 1997. Hibbler. Timoshenko and Young. Bansal. Questions to be answered : Any Five. References: 1. TMH. work. R.204. Equilibrium: Free body diagram. 1996. rolling resistance. F.4 ME . linear momentum. UNIT – III Properties of Areas: Moments of inertia and product of inertia of areas. 4. 1987. 3. plane frames and trusses. R. belt friction. principle of conservation of momentum. energy. 1956. 1998. Hibbler. No.. Program(Common to All Branches) 4. principle of conservation of energy Text Books: 1. of Hours Per Week : Lectures-3. D’Alembert’s principle. Mechanics for Engineering. couple moment. Kumar. Engineering Mechanics: Statics and Dynamics. Marks Distribution : Sessional Works = 60. K. Subject Name : Engineering Mechanics. Engineering Mechanics: Dynamic. McMillan. polar moment of inertia.L.First Year Syllabus for B. Johnston. Duration of End Semester Examination: Three Hours. I. Beer and F. Shames. PHI. power. A textbook of Engineering Mechanics. End Semester Examination = 90. Engineering Mechanics. 2. UNIT – II Friction: Laws of Coulomb friction. problems involving large and small contact surfaces. UNIT – I Force Systems: Moment of a force about a point and about an axis. square threaded screws. UNIT – IV Kinematics and Kinetics of particles: Particle dynamics in rectangular coordinates cylindrical coordinates and in terms of path variables. Engineering Mechanics: Static. 2. R. North-Eastern Hill University.204 ENGINEERING MECHANICS Subject Code : ME . 1997. 1992. Chand. 3. K. Translation. Questions to be set : Eight(one from each unit and remaining three covering more than one unit). principal axes and principal moments of inertia.C. Laxmi Publication. 4/e. R. McGraw Hill. equations of equilibrium.Tech. PHI. problems in two and three dimensions. Engineering Mechanics. central force motion. P. Impact of solid bodies. reduction of a force system to a force and a couple. UNIT – V Rigid Body Dynamics: Relative velocity. S. Tutorial-1. H. Shillong – 22 Page | 13 . Pure rotation and plane motion of rigid bodies.

2004. specifying argument data types. 3. 2006. passing pointers to a function. pointer and one dimensional arrays. Subject Name : Computer Systems and Programming. Pearson Education. Kernighan and D. PHI 4th Edition. No.First Year Syllabus for B. Data representation. Input/Output Operations on Files. Ritchie. Program(Common to All Branches) 4. Pointers: Fundamentals. Function of system software. Von Newman Architecture. Input and Output Operations. 4th Ed. Defining and Opening a File. 2005. UNIT – II: Imperative programming(Using C): Overview of C. Tata Mcgraw Hill. array within structure. function prototypes and recursion. Arrays: Defining an array. Balaguruswami. UNIT – IV: Structures and Unions: Defining and processing of structure and union. of Hours Per Week : Lectures-3. Error Handling during I/O Operations.205. End Semester Exams: 90 Question to be set : 8 (One question from each unit and rest three questions covering all units) Question to be answered : Any 5 (five) Examination duration : 3 hours UNIT – I: Digital computer fundamentals: Functional components of computer. Functions returning Pointer. Algorithm and flowcharts. V. Closing a File. UNIT – V: File Management: Introduction. Rajraman. 2. Text Books: 1. Marks Distribution : Sessional work: 60. BPB Publication. 2nd Ed. array of structure. 2004 Reference Books: 1. E. storage classes. passing arguments to a function. Operators and Expressions. Programming languages. 2. “The C Programming Language”. Kelley and I. processing an array. Y. 2nd Edition. 1998.Tech. A. accessing a function. “Let us C”.205 COMPUTER SYSTEMS AND PROGRAMMING Subject Code : IT . strings. Random Access to Files.5 IT . Pohl. “Fundamental of Computer”. pointer declarations. pointers and structures. passing arrays to a function. Constants. B. pointer as function arguments. UNIT – III: Functions: Defining a function. Kanetkar. string handling functions. Branching and looping operation. “Programming in ANSI C”. Command Line Arguments. Prentice Hall of India. North-Eastern Hill University. Variables and Data Types. passing of structure as argument. Tutorial-1. Pointer to functions. Shillong – 22 Page | 14 . “A Book on C”. multidimensional arrays. W.

UNIT – I Passive Components: Resistors.206. UJT and MOSFET: construction. transistor model. 3. CB. Capacitors. North-Eastern Hill University. BJT as a Switch. capacitance and diffusion capacitance. Basic Electronics. 1998. Sum-of Product Form.6 EC . Questions to be answered : Any Five. R. 2006. parameter calculations. 2. Algebraic Simplification.First Year Syllabus for B. Questions to be set : Eight(one from each unit and remaining three covering more than one unit). 3. equivalent circuit. R. V-I characteristics. Electronic Devices and Circuits Theory. P. Boolean Theorems. Reverse and forward biased characteristics. End Semester Examination = 90. Compound Semiconductors. fixed bias. 3/e. No. Tutorial-1. TMH. and Inductors: types and characteristics and their applications. TMH. Incremental resistance of a forward biased PN junction. of Hours Per Week : Lectures-3. Reference Books: 1. 9/e. Semiconductors and PN Junction diodes: Semiconductor Materials. Boylestead and Nashelsky. PHI. Clipping and clamping circuits.point. Tunnel diode. CE. Modern Digital Electronics. Morris Mano. UNIT – V Digital electronics: Number Systems and Codes. 3/e. 2. symbols. 2001.Tech. Varactor diode. UNIT – IV FET. Bernard Grob and Mitchel Schultz. Shillong – 22 Page | 15 . CC Configurations. Photo diode. Characteristics of current flow across base region of transistor. Transition. PHI. A. Jain. TMH. Biasing and stabilization: Q. collector bias. UNIT –I I PN Junction diode Applications: Half wave rectifier. self bias. Digital Systems. PHI. General idea of a PN junction diode. Logic Gates. Digital Design. 6/e. Karnaugh Map Method. Subject Name : Basic Electronics. Electronic Principles. Program(Common to All Branches) 4. Graphical analysis (DC and AC load line). Tocci. 6/e. Marks Distribution : Sessional Works = 60. Light emitting diode. Special purpose diode characteristics and applications: Zener diode. Schottky diode.Malvino. principle of operation. Applications of Transistors: BJT as an amplifier.J. Text Books: 1. 9/e. UNIT – III Transistors: PNP and NPN transistors.P.206 BASIC ELECTRONICS Subject Code : EC . full wave center tapped and bridge rectifier with and without capacitor filter. 2003. 2003. DeMorgan’s Theorems. limitations and applications. 2006. Duration of End Semester Examination: Three Hours.

Arora. K G Mazumder. Samir Kumar Ghosh.H) for a ferromagnetic material (thin rod or wire) on a CRO using solenoid and then to determine the related magnetic constants. To determine the Young’s modulus of a wire by micrometer method/of a bar by flexural method. 2. 3. To determine frequency of a tuning fork by Melde’s method. 16. Question to be answered : One experiment will be allotted to a student on lottery basis. Minimum number of Experiments to be carried out: Eight. To determine the wavelength of prominent lines of mercury by plane diffraction grating. Advance B. 4. 15. Text Books: 1. To determine the wavelength of sodium light by Michelson’s interferometer. To determine the Brewster’s angle for a glass surface and hence to determine the refractive index of glass.Sc.First Year Syllabus for B. 5. To determine the thermal conductivity of a bad conductor by Lee’s method. 3. 20. 4. To obtain the hysteresis curves (B.213 ENGINEERING PHYSICS LABORATORY Subject Code : PH . A Text Book of Practical Physics. To determine rigidity modulus of a wire by statical method/dynamical method. Practical Physics. 9. 6. 17. List of Experiments: 1. End Semester Examination = 30. 2. Practical physics. New Central Book Agency. 8. To determine the specific rotation of sugar solution by polarimeter. 14.L. Marks Distribution : Sessional Works = 20. To determine the Planck’s constant by a photocell.J. 18. Modern Book Agency. Duration of End Semester Examination: Four Hours.7 PH . S. Kolkata. To determine the focal length & power of a concave lens by combination with auxiliary convex lens by the displacement method.P. To determine wavelength of sodium light using Fresnel’s Biprism method. To determine the resistance per unit length of a meter bridge wire by Carey-Foster method. of Hours Per Week : Practicals-3. A Text Book of Practical Physics. To study the Hall Effect and determine the Hall coefficient. U.213. To determine the acceleration due to gravity by bar pendulum/Kater’s pendulum. Gupta and Kumar. 13. 10. To study decay of current in RC circuit. Program(Common to All Branches) 4. To determine the magnetic moment of a bar magnet (M) and the earth’s horizontal intensity (H) by deflection and vibration magnetometers. Subject Name : Engineering Physics Laboratory. To determine the e/m value of an electron by J. 12. Chand 2004 North-Eastern Hill University. 7.Tech. Shillong – 22 Page | 16 . 19. C. 11. To find the wavelength of monochromatic light by using Newton’s ring method. Thompson’s method. No. Progati Prakashan. Meerut. To determine the coefficient of viscosity of a liquid by Poiseulle’s method.

Assignments on String: string manipulation and use of standard library functions in C. incorporating for loop. 3. Assignments on Operators and Expressions: At least three C programs using operators and expressions. Programming in C. of Hours Per Week : 3 hours. reading/writing a file. North-Eastern Hill University. TMH. Assignments on File handling and Commands line arguments: C programs involving opening. Assignments on Array: At least three C programs using array (1D and 2D) 5. 7. demonstration of difference between structure and union.Tech. Demonstration call-by-value and callby-address. closing.8 IT . 9. 4. B.First Year Syllabus for B. 8. Program(Common to All Branches) 4. End Semester Exams: 30 Question to be answered : One will be allotted to a student on lottery basis Examination duration : 4 hours List of Programs: 1. 2005. Marks Distribution : Sessional work: 20. Text Books: 1.215 COMPUTER PROGRAMMING LABORATORY Subject Code : IT . Copy content of one file to another file using commands line arguments. Schuams Outlines. Assignments on Structure & Union: At least one C program using structure.215 Subject Name : Computer Programming Laboratory No. Assignments on Branching: At least five C programs using if. while loop and do-while loop. passing array (1D and 2D) to a function. Shillong – 22 Page | 17 . Gotfried. function and array. Assignments on Function: At least three C programs using function. 2. at least two C programs related to recursive function. Assignments on Pointer: At least three C programs using pointer. switch-case construct of C.S. 6. Assignments on Looping: At least three C programs (each).

Electronic Devices and Circuits Theory. No. Design and Analysis of a Clipping Circuit with one voltage source. Verification of truth tables of logic gates. 5. 4.216 BASIC ELECTRONICS LABORATORY Subject Code : EC . P. Subject Name : Basic Electronics Laboratory. Jain.First Year Syllabus for B. Duration of End Semester Examination: Four Hours. 3. TMH.Tech. North-Eastern Hill University. 2. List of Experiments: 1. Program(Common to All Branches) 4. 8. Design and analysis of Fixed-Bias Circuit Using NPN transistor. End Semester Examination = 30. 9/e.(DC) Design and analysis of Emitter-Bias Circuit using NPN transistor. To Study the VI Characteristics of Germanium and Silicon Diodes To Study the VI Characteristics of Zener Diode. Modern Digital Electronics. 2003. R.216. 2006. Design and Analysis of a Half wave Rectifier using Diode. PHI. Text Books: 1. 9. 7. Minimum number of Experiments to be carried out: Eight. 3/e. Question to be answered : One experiment will be allotted to a student on lottery basis. Shillong – 22 Page | 18 . Marks Distribution : Sessional Works = 20. Boylestead and Nashelsky.(DC) 10. 6.9 EC . Design and Analysis of a Clamper Circuit. of Hours Per Week : Practicals-3. Design and Analysis of a center-tap Full wave Rectifier using Diodes Design and Analysis of a Bridge Rectifier Circuit. 2.

S. Hodder and Stoughton. seasoning and preservation.217 WORKSHOP PRACTICE Subject Code : ME . 1998. T. North-Eastern Hill University. Workshop Technology.10 ME .L. Job on shaper and milling machine for finishing two sides of a job a) Drilling two holes of size 5 and 12 mm diameter on job used/to be used for shaping b) Grinding a corner of above job on bench grinder 6. brazing and soldering processes.A. I and II. 1998. Welding Practices a) Gas welding practice on mild steel flat b) Lap joint by Gas welding c) MMA welding practice by students d) Square butt joint by MMA Welding e) Lap joint by MMA Welding f) Demonstration of brazing 3. New Age International. plywood and ply-boards Metal Joining: Definitions of welding. T-Lap joint and Bridle joint 2. types of flames and their applications. Text Books: 1. Engineering applications. Metal Cutting: Introduction to machining and common machining operations. 2.L.H.217. Hajra and Choudhary. Common welding defects such as cracks. Workshop Technology. Quick return mechanism of shaper. Job on lathe with one step turning and chamfering operations 5. Amstead. undercutting. Dhanpat Rai Publications. 9. Kuppuswamy.Arnold. 5. Manufacturing Process. specification and block diagram of lathe. Fundamentals of Metal Cutting and Machine Tools. Oxy-acetylene glass welding process.II. Media Promoters and Publishers. List of Jobs to be made in the Workshop: 1. porosity. Workshop Practices. Common lathe operations such as turning. Subject Name : Workshop Practice. No. Dhanpat Rai and Sons. Chapman and E. Khanna. Shillong – 22 Page | 19 . Welding positions. W.S. 6. constituents and functions of electrode coating. Cutting tool materials. Universities Press/Orient Longman. 7. 3. B. Raghuwanshi.I and Vol. 1995. of Hours Per Week : Practicals-3. Vol. Vol. Types of weld joint. Files-material and classification. End Semester Examination = 30. 1968. 2002. equipment and techniques. milling. Vol.. shaper. Marks Distribution : Sessional Works = 20. chamfering and facing. Elements of Workshop Technology. Basic Engineering Processes. B.J. Definition of machine tools. O. 1998. Juneja. and their applications.P. Tin smithy for making mechanical joints and soldering of joints 4. parting. Finishing of two sides of a square piece by filing.First Year Syllabus for B. Principle of Metal Cutting. 4. 2001. slag inclusion. Vikas Publishing. Manual metal arc welding technique and equipment. drilling machine and grinder. Question to be answered : One job will be allotted to a student on lottery basis. G. Workshop Technology. John Wiley. Minimum number of Jobs to be carried out: Eight. Crawford. 8. Begeman and B. I and III. definition. Program(Common to All Branches) 4. Jeyapoovan. M. Difference between drilling and boring. AC and DC welding. Duration of End Semester Examination: Four Hours. Viva Low Priced Student Ed. Carpentry: Timber. 1985. electrodes.Tech.

H. S..E. 1969. T.E. Reference Books: 1. errors in polynomial interpolation. 3000 Solved Problems Linear Algebra. Newton-Rapson‟s and Secant methods for roots of nonlinear equations. 3. 2/e. TMH. North-Eastern Hill University. Text Books: 1. f-computation of eigen values and eigen vectors by power and inverse iterations. Tutorials-2. summation of series. Questions to be answered : Any Five. LU factorization. No. Inverse of matrix. Shillong – 22 Page | 20 . Polynomial interpolation. Pauli spin. 2006.Rotational. UNIT – V Numerical Methods – II: Solution of linear systems. Bhattacharya. 3/e. John Wiley.1 MA – 301 ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS – III Subject Code : MA . McGraw Hill. Eigen value problems. Echelon. 2. Subject Name : Engineering Mathematics – III. divided differences. 1991. Program in Electronics and Communication Engineering THIRD SEMESTER – SYLLABUS 5. UNIT – II Bilinear and quadratic forms. UNIT – IV Numerical Methods – I: Bisection method. End Semester Examination = 60. interpolation by spline functions. Atkinson. 4. 3. linear transformation. Wiley. Linear Algebra.301. Questions to be set : Eight(one from each unit and remaining three covering more than one unit). I11-conditioning and error bounds.D. error formulae. with variable coefficients. Volume II. Wiley Eastern. Eigen values and eigenvectors.K. 2004. Frobenius method. solutions of homogeneous equations.An Algorithmic Approach. Operator method. New York. Ordinary linear differential equations of nth order. trapezoidal and Simpson‟s rules.M. Numerical integration. of Hours Per Week : Lectures-2.Syllabus for B. Marks Distribution : Sessional Works = 40. Elementary. Dirac matrices. Das. 2006. UNIT – III Applied Linear Algebra: Classification of quadrics in space. Rank of system of linear equations and their solutions. Matrices in Physical science. Diagonalisation of Hermitian matrices. Equivalent. numerical differentiation. Gaussian quadrature. Calculus. 4/e. First Course in linear algebra. Applications to physical sciences and engineering problems. Matrices and determinants. Chand & Co. normal matrices. Advanced Engineering Mathematics. Friedberg. Apostol. UNIT – I Introductory Linear Algebra: Vector spaces (over the field of real and complex numbers). Introduction of Numerical Analysis. Similarity Matrices. Insel and Spence. Gaussian elimination. 1980. Jain and Nagpaul. 1989. Conte and Carl de Boor. K. Prentice Hall. Lipschutz and Symour. 2/e. Elementary Numerical Analysis. Duration of End Semester Examination: Three Hours. S. Variation of Parameters for second order linear O.Tech. Methods of undetermined coefficients and variation of parameters (simple problems only). 2.D.

Marks Distribution : Sessional Works = 60. Boylestead and L. PHI. 4/e. North-Eastern Hill University. small signal JFET parameters. Roden. depletion and enhancement type MOSFET. Questions to be answered : Any Five. adjustable positive voltage regulators and switching regulators. short-circuit protection. Electronic Design (from concept to reality). A. UNIT – IV Field Effect Transistors (FET): Structure of JFET. variation of π-model parameters and high frequency limitations (f and fT cut off ). M. CMOS: Characteristics. McGraw Hill. 2/e. V-I characteristics. Carpenter. and its operation.302. Composite transistors (Darlington pair. CB. Small signal models of MOSFET. Electronics Principles. Subject Name : Analog Electronic Circuits – I. Milman and A. 6/e. Kandaswamy. UNIT – II BJT as an amplifier: Graphical analysis (DC and AC load line). Reference Books: 1. Pittet and A. W. No. CB. CS. fixed voltage regulator ICs. PHI. threshold voltage. Program in Electronics and Communication Engineering 5. L. 2. Microelectronics. CC configuration and their applications (using CE mode only). 2005. Analog Electronics. PHI. π –capacitances and conductances.Tech. CC Configuration. emitter follower regulator. Grabel. tracking regulators. feedback voltage regulator. Nashelsky. validity of the π-model. Questions to be set : Eight(one from each unit and remaining three covering more than one unit). of Hours Per Week : Lectures-3. A. UNIT – V MOSFET: structure of MOSFET and its operation.Syllabus for B. P. Comparison of CE. End Semester Examination =90. h. Malvino.) UNIT – III High frequency analysis of BJT: Hybrid – π model. Text Books: 1. TMH. 2002. R. 2006. L. UNIT – I Voltage regulators: Zener regulator.2 EC – 302 ANALOG ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS – I Subject Code : EC . voltage regulator using ICs: general purpose voltage regulator IC. CD and CG configuration. 2. Characteristics of JFET. CE. small signal analysis. Schoff Publishers and Distributors. 9/e. Wieserman. Duration of End Semester Examination: Three Hours.parameter model and analysis. Electronic Devices and Circuit Theory. 3. Tutorial-1. Shillong – 22 Page | 21 . p-channel and n-channel JFET. folding current limiting and thermal shutdown. cascade connection etc. Analog Electronics. Maheshwari and MMS Anand.K. 1988. Biasing of JFET and JFET Amplifier. 3. 2005. G. 2005. Biasing and stabilization of Q – point. J.

basic logic operations and gate symbols. Duration of End Semester Examination: Three Hours. code converter. Program in Electronics and Communication Engineering 5. 4. electrical behaviour of logic circuits – noise margins. minterms and maxterms. M. V.Tech. operational characteristics of MOSFET as switch. binary adders: half adder and full adder. 2. Moreno. No. PHI.H. basic postulates and fundamental theorems of Boolean algebra. Mano. 2006. fixed and floating point numbers. Prentice Hall. Gajski. binary coded decimal codes. timing diagrams and specifications. algebraic forms of switching functions – SOP and POS forms. 2006. counters. Prentice-Hall. subtraction. TTL inverter – circuit description and operation. error detection and correction codes – parity check codes. truth tables. Principles of Digital Design. encoders. Gray codes. Tutorial-1. carry-look-ahead adder. operational characteristics of BJT in saturation and cut-off regions. 3.Syllabus for B. up-down counters.timing diagrams and specifications. lattice and Boolean algebra. Digital Principles and Applications. of Hours Per Week : Lectures-3. D and T flip-flops. D. UNIT – II Boolean algebra and switching functions: fundamentals of discrete mathematics – relation. 8/e. Shillong – 22 Page | 22 . multiplications and division. 5. other TTL and CMOS gates. binary arithmetic-addition. fan-in. Questions to be set : Eight(one from each unit and remaining three covering more than one unit). and J. minterms and maxterms. M. 6. Lang. UNIT – III Logic families: introduction to different logic families. Digital Systems: Principles and Applications. Leach. derivation of canonical forms. Mano. poset. fan-out. de-multiplexers and their applications. SR. multiplexers. shift-registers. 2006. Digital Logic and Computer Organization.303. 3. 1996. propagation delay. representation of signed numbers. D. 1996. F. Lala. binary arithmetic and codes: positional number system. Digital Logic and Computer Design. parity circuits.3 EC – 303 DIGITAL ELECTRONICS Subject Code : EC . comparators. P. 2000. 6/e. J. End Semester Examination = 90. flip-flops. octal and hexadecimal number systems. Radhakrishnan. PHI. 3/e. Introduction to Digital Systems. Reference Books: 1. PHI. PHI.D. John Wiley. synchronous counters. Ercegovac. M. Subject Name : Digital Electronics. ring counters. UNIT – IV Combinational logic modules: decoders. 2. Donald P. UNIT – I Introduction to digital system design. sub tractors. PHI. power dissipation. TMH. K. Tocci and Widmer. Text Books: 1. Questions to be answered : Any Five. North-Eastern Hill University. binary. Number systems. combinational circuit design examples. T. Digital Design. Rajaraman and T. BCD counters. 4/e. simplification of switching functions – K-map and QuineMcCluskey tabular minimization methods.ripple counters. transmission time. registers. CMOS inverter–circuit description and operation. circuit timing. 2006. ripple carry adder. Marks Distribution : Sessional Works = 60. Digital Design – Principles and Practices. JK. three state devices and buses. UNIT – V Sequential logic devices and circuits: latches. 2006. Wakerly. 1996. Practical Digital Logic Design and Testing.

Power Spectral density functions (PSDF). Duration of End Semester Examination: Three Hours. 4. Shillong – 22 Page | 23 . realizability. R. relation between s – plane and z – plane. Signals and Systems. stability. UNIT – V Discrete signals. shift-invariance. Roberts. analog and digital signals. Fannin. of Hours Per Week : Lectures-3. periodicity. Tutorial-1.V. TMH. Laplace Transforms. Ziemer.Tech. transient and steady state analysis (R-L-C circuit). Questions to be answered : Any Five. effects of differentiation and integration in time domain. Reference Books: 1. 2005. R. Cross correlation function. signal types: energy and power signals. Questions to be set : Eight(one from each unit and remaining three covering more than one unit). 3. initial value theorem. UNIT – III Spectral Analysis: Energy. J.N. Saran. Marks Distribution : Sessional Works = 60. and absolute integrability. I. Energy. Signal and Systems: Analysis using Transformed Method and MATLAB. W. 1987. examples of signals and systems. Hilbert transform. characterization of causality and stability of linear shift-invariant systems. UNIT – II Signal representation: signal space and orthogonal bases of signals. power. time-bandwidth product. PHI. final value theorem. 3/e. Shifting theorem. preenvelope. Z transform and Inverse – Z transforms.304. Ranjan and S. The Fourier Transform and Its Applications. Transfer function of delay unit.4 EC – 304 SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS Subject Code : EC . Roberts. interconnections. Continuous time and discrete time linear shift-invariant (LSI) systems: the impulse response and step response.S. 2003. solution of linear differential equations. A. unit sample response convolution. Inverse Laplace Transform. Robert A. Fourier Transform and properties. Nagrath. S. Ronald Bracewell.F. Grabel and Richard A. 2/e. UNIT – IV Complex Frequency. impulse response convolution. 2003. Subject Name : Signals and Systems. UNIT – I Introduction: signals and systems. Shifting theorems. Region of convergence. deterministic and random signals. North-Eastern Hill University. TMH.Syllabus for B. continuous and discrete time signals. Fourier series representation. John Willey and Sons. the auto correlation function.Continuous and Discrete. parseval‟s theorem. 2. End Semester Examination = 90. Opponheim. 2001. Tranter and D. Willsky and Nawab.H. response to arbitrary inputs: convolution. Systems and system properties: linearity. Signals and Systems . Initial value theorem and final value theorem.R. 4/e. TMH. PHI. Text Books: 1. 2. causality. Parseval's Theorem. Phase and group delays. poles and zeroes. realization of z-domain transfer function. Signals and Linear System. relationship between PSD function and the auto correlation function. No. signal properties: symmetry. System transfer function. Signals and Systems. 2006. Solution of difference equations. Program in Electronics and Communication Engineering 5. A. Kumar.

two-mesh circuits and the unit step function. 2-port Circuits: network variables. D.A. 2/e. UNIT – V Network analysis using Laplace transform: Introduction. Restrictions on poles and zeroes locations for driving point functions. Durbin.5 EC – 305 ELECTRICAL NETWORK THEORY Subject Code : EC . End Semester Examination = 90.305. series RLC circuit. 2005. initial value and final value theorems. Tellogen‟s theorem.M. Marks Distribution : Sessional Works = 60. D. the Laplace transform. series RL sinusoidal response. series RC sinusoidal response. equivalent RC or RL circuits with sources. TMH. Principles of duality and network transformations. PHI. partial-fraction expansions and s-domain circuits. relationships between parameter sets. Bell. Restrictions on poles and zeroes locations for transfer functions. 5.E. Time domain behavior from poles and zeroes plot. the time constant. Sinusoidal circuit analysis: Sinusoidal voltage and current. selected Laplace transforms. Network Analysis. UNIT – IV Power transfer. Networks. 2/e. Networks and Systems. J. superposition theorem. Schuam’s Outline Electric Circuits. element responses. Reference Books: 1.H. J. 2005. RL circuit with initial current. TMH. W. Matrices associated with graphs: Incidence. 2002. Hayt. Network functions for 1-port and 2-port networks. Impedance angle. Sinusoidal steady state in the frequency domain: impedance. Electric Circuits. Engineering Circuit Analysis. 2005. Program in Electronics and Communication Engineering 5. TMH. Maximum power transfer. stability of active networks. initially charged RC circuits. parallel connection of 2-port network. Text Books: 1. UNIT – II Circuit transients: Introduction. admittance. 3/e. fundamentals of cut set and fundamental circuit matrices. passive network synthesis. Questions to be answered : Any Five. North-Eastern Hill University. Nahvi and J. Sudhakar. PHI. PHI. Solution methods: nodal and mesh analysis. 6/e. Kemmerly and S. 2. 1998.Tech. short circuit and open circuit parameters. calculations of network functions for Ladder and general network. Network theorems: superposition. UNIT – I Networks Topology: Graph of a network. Circuits and Networks: Analysis and Synthesis. New Age Publishers. Concepts of tree and links. voltage and current division in the frequency domain. of Hours Per Week : Lectures-3. lines and fields. 3. transmission and hybrid parameters. insertion loss. Duration of End Semester Examination: Three Hours. Subject Name : Electrical Network Theory. No. Van Valkenburg. optimization. Questions to be set : Eight(one from each unit and remaining three covering more than one unit).Syllabus for B. Edminister. 2006. 1997. Equivalent Wye-Delta connections. reciprocity theorem and compensation theorem. Thevenin‟s and Norton‟s theorems. UNIT – III Resonance and Frequency response: Series and parallel resonance. Poles and zeroes of network functions. 6/e. Roy Choudhury. Ryder. 2. Tutorial-1. 4. Shillong – 22 Page | 24 . 4/e.

separate chaining. S Lipschutz.Radhakrishnan. Reference Books: 1. Text Books: 1. Subject Name : Data Structures and Algorithms. Introduction and representation of binary search tree. Quick sort. A M Tenenbaum. Questions to be set : Eight(one from each unit and remaining three covering more than one unit). Linear Search. doubly link lists.linear probing. Heap sort. 3. “Data Structures and Algorithms”. Selection Sort. 2. Duration of End Semester Examination: Three Hours. 2nd Ed. M J Augenstein. insertion and deletion in a B Tree UNIT-IV Graphs: Introduction to graph theory. Minimum Spanning tree algorithms-Kruskal‟s algorithms. UNIT-II Non-linear Data Structure: Introduction to Tree. Binary Trees. deletion and searching elements in a list. searching in a doubly link list. “Data Structures”. insertion. of Hours Per Week : Lectures-3. Binary Search. deleting.Syllabus for B.. shortest path algorithms. Stack:. Marks Distribution : Sessional Works = 60. traversing a list. Merge Sort. PHI. Sparse matrices. “Data Structures using C and C++”. Collision avoidance techniques. inserting.Array and Link list representation. Hopperoft John E. Linear Data Structures: List: array and link list representation. UNIT-I Introduction to Data structure. Insertion Sort. Questions to be answered : Any Five. AVL tree: representation. Y Langsum.306. “Fundamentals of Data Structures”. B-trees. 2. Horowitz Ellis & Sartaj Sahni. Time and Space analysis of Algorithms. “Data Structure Using C”. End Semester Examination = 90. Representation of Tree. Program in Electronics and Communication Engineering 5. Galgotia Publ. Hashing: Hashing functions..Tech.Srinivasan. operations on stacks. Shillong – 22 Page | 25 . inserting and deleting in AVL tree. Aho Alfred V. Addison Wesley. searching using hash technique. searching. Tutorial-1. Dequeues.Warshall‟s algorithms. Tree traversals. Breadth-first and Depth-first Search. insertion and deletion operation in a Binary Search Tree. Queue: array and link list representation. UIlman Jeffrey D. TMH-2006. UNIT-V Sorting and Searching Algorithms: Bubble sort.6 IT – 306 DATA STRUCTURES AND ALGORITHMS Subject Code : IT . ISTE/EXCEL BOOKS North-Eastern Hill University. M. insertion and deletion operations on queue. and Circular queue implementation and operations associated. 4th Ed. Order Notations. V.. No.traversing. UNIT-III Binary Search Tree: Searching.representation. array and link list representations. postfix and infix expression. its application in prefix. searching.

Marks Distribution : Sessional Works = 20. Subject Name : Analog Electronic Circuits – I Laboratory. Study of single–stage amplifier (CE mode). Program in Electronics and Communication Engineering 5. Minimum number of Experiments to be carried out: Eight. 2. A. PHI. Text Books: 1. 2005. 6/e. Nashelsky. L. TMH. Malvino. 4. 6. 2006. Design and Analysis of shunt and series regulator. No. 5. Study the Characteristics of MOSFET 11. End Semester Examination = 30. Electronics Principles.7 EC – 312 ANALOG ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS – I LABORATORY Subject Code : EC . Design and Analysis of voltage doublers circuits. Design and Analysis of switching circuits using transistors Design and Analysis of regulator circuits using Zener diode.Tech. Boylestead and L. R. Duration of End Semester Examination: Four Hours. To study the characteristics of Tunnel Diode. Design of voltage regulators using ICs: 78xx and 79xx Analysis of the characteristics of BJT (CE. 8. Question to be answered : One experiment will be allotted to a student on lottery basis. of Hours Per Week : Practicals-3. 7. P. Electronic Devices and Circuit Theory. CC and CB mode) Study the characteristics of JFET 10.Syllabus for B. 2.312. 9/e. List of Experiments: 1. Design and Analysis of clipping circuits with two voltage sources. 9. 3. Shillong – 22 Page | 26 . North-Eastern Hill University.

Duration of End Semester Examination: Four Hours. Minimum number of Experiments to be carried out: Eight. 3/e. 4. 3. 7. Design of 1 X 4 Demultiplexer 11. Study of Flip-Flops. THM. of Hours Per Week : Practicals-3. 3/e. M. Subject Name : Digital Electronics Laboratory. 9. End Semester Examination = 30.Syllabus for B. J. Digital Design. R. North-Eastern Hill University. 2006. 8. 3. Use of NAND and NOR gates as Universal gates. 2003. Wakerly. 2. Conversion of Binary to Excess-3 Code and Excess-3 to Binary Conversion of Binary to Gray Code and Gray to Binary Design of a Half Adder and a Full Adder Design of a Half Subtractor and a Full Subtractor Design of 1 Bit Comparator Design of Parity Checker and Parity Generator Design of 4 X 1 Multiplexer 10. No. Shillong – 22 Page | 27 . Design of BCD to 7 Segment Display 12. Mano. List of Experiments: 1. Digital Design – Principles and Practices.Jain. Marks Distribution : Sessional Works = 20. Design of 8-bit Decoder circuits using IC. PHI. Text Books: 1. Modern Digital Electronics. F. 5. 2.313.Tech. 6.P.8 EC – 313 DIGITAL ELECTRONICS LABORATORY Subject Code : EC . Program in Electronics and Communication Engineering 5. 2006. Question to be answered : One experiment will be allotted to a student on lottery basis. PHI. 4/e.

No. Marks Distribution : Sessional Works = 20. Question to be set : All Questions. Duration of End Semester Examination: Four Hours. 11. Implementation of Heap sort techniques. Implementation of binary search tree and perform searching on it. Implementation of Breath first search in a graph. 16. Implementation on evaluation of expression using Stack. 8. 3.9 IT – 316 DATA STRUCTURE USING C LABORATORY Subject Code : IT . Lipschutz. Implementation on conversion of infix expression to prefix and postfix using Stack. 14. Implementation of Selection sort techniques. Implementation of Kruskal‟s algorithms. 5. List of Programs: 1. Implementation of Binary search techniques. “Data Structures”. deletion operation on it. Question to be answered : One will be allotted to a student on lottery basis. Implementation of Hashing using chaining and linear probing technique.Syllabus for B. 2. Queue. 6. 10. S. and Circular queue and dequeue data structures.Tech. 15. 4. 4th Ed. Subject Name : Data Structure Using C Laboratory. TMH-2006. 7. Implementation of Insertion sort techniques. 12. Implementation of Warshall‟s algorithms. Queue. Program in Electronics and Communication Engineering 5. Circular queue and dequeue data structures. of Hours Per Week : Practicals-3. End Semester Examination = 30. Shillong – 22 Page | 28 . North-Eastern Hill University. 17. Array implementation of Stacks. Text book: 1. preorder and post order traversals). 9. Link List implementation of Stacks.316. Implementation of Bubble sort techniques. Implementation of tree traversals techniques (in order. Implementation of Depth first search in a graph. Link list representation of binary tree and perform insertion. 13.

New Delhi. Random process and Discrete and continuous time process. 2002. autocorrelation and auto covariance functions. P. bounds and approximations. UNIT – II Expectation: Mean variance (with properties). and Pillai. North-Eastern Hill University. spectral representation of a real WSS process.401. Pearson Education.. A. mean. t and F Statistics (their probability density functions and basic properties). and Woods.. Random Variables and Random Signal Principles”.square. “Probability. S. Special distributions: Bernoulli. 4/e.1 MA – 401 STATISTICS AND RANDOM PROCESSES Subject Code : EC . Examples of white noise process and white noise sequence. 4/e. Point estimation and interval estimation. moments of random variables. functions of random variables. C. “Probability. Tutorials-2. Poisson (with properties). “Probability and Random Processes with Applications to Signal Processing”. Marginal and Conditional distributions. Chi-square goodness of fits. Peebles. UNIT – IV Elements of estimation theory. Normal distributions(with properties). Duration of End Semester Examination: Three Hours. Questions to be answered : Any Five. Reference Books: 1. K. UNIT – V Stationarity: strict-sense stationary (SSS) and wide-sense stationary (WSS) processes: auto correlation function of a WSS process and its properties. Z. probabilistic structure of a random process. No. Texts Books: 1. Papoulis.Tech. cross correlation function. J. Questions to be set : Eight(one from each unit and remaining three covering more than one unit). H. 2002. Baye‟s rule. Joint distributions. Axiomatic definition. and Kapoor. “Fundamental of Mathematical Statistics”. Gupta. Sampling distributions of sample mean and sample variance in sampling from a unvariate normal distribution. Independence of events. Shillong – 22 Page | 29 . W. Definitions of (Central) chi. conditional probability. addition. Subject Name : Statistics and Random Processes. Poisson process and Markov process. linear minimum mean square error and orthogonality principle in estimation. UNIT – I Classical and relative-frequency based definitions of probability. McGraw Hill. McGraw Hill. 3/e. Chebychev‟s in-equality. power spectral density and properties. Sultan Chand and Sons. contingency tables. total probability.. probability mass function and probability density function.Syllabus for B. Binomial. U. 2. End Semester Examination = 60. Marks Distribution : Sessional Works = 40. Stark.. 2003. auto correlation function and power spectral density of a WSS random sequence. Gaussian process. ergodicity. 2001. V. 2. Theory of estimation. Random Variables and Stochastic Processes”. Distribution function. multiplication rule. Moment Generating function and characteristics function and their properties. Correlation and Regression problem. cross-power spectral density and properties. Program in Electronics and Communication Engineering FOURTH SEMESTER – SYLLABUS 6. Test of Statistical Hypothesis. Random variable. of Hours Per Week : Lectures-2. UNIT – III Sampling distribution: Sampling distributions of a statistic and its standard error under random sampling. S.

4. vector potential and its applications. Program in Electronics and Communication Engineering 6. Peterson. linear. Field’s waves in Electromagnetic systems. Questions to be set : Eight(one from each unit and remaining three covering more than one unit). reflection coefficient and standing wave ratio. Electromagnetics (International Edition). 2006. complex Poynting vector theorem. 1978. End Semester Examination = 90. waves in dielectric and conducting media. Sadiku. transmission lines. plane. Electromagnetic Waves and Radiating Systems. 1998. North-Eastern Hill University. parallel plate. total reflection. Fleisch. Plonus. UNIT – II Polarisibility of dielectrics: Dielectric Constant.Hayt. Coulomb‟s Force Law – Electric field intensity and potential charge distributions. Wiley. magnetic fields. Marks Distribution : Sessional Works = 60. 7/e. Kraus and D. and energy stored in a capacitor and in an electric field. 3/e. Edminister and Priye. spherical shell. Ampere‟s law and its applications. UNIT – I Static Electric Fields: Review of vector analysis. Brewster‟s angle. 2006. Martin A.2 EC – 402 ELECTROMAGNETIC THEORY Subject Code : EC .O. solenoid and torroid. wave equations in free space and material media. and parallel wire/lines. Mitra. UNIT – IV Maxwell‟s Equations and E. radiation from dipole. Computational Methods for Electromagnetics. Text Books: 1. Electric flux and flux density: Gauss law and its applications – boundary conditions – Gauss divergence theorem – Poisson‟s and Laplace‟s equations and their solutions. Waves: Maxwell‟s equations in various forms.H. energy density in a plane wave. 4/e. Reflection of E. Tutorial-1. TMH. energy stored in an inductor and in a magnetic field. velocity. Radiation: Basic principles. 2006. Questions to be answered : Any Five. Stoke‟s theorem. magnetic field strength.M waves: Reflection of plane waves from perfect conductors and dielectrics. Scott L. PHI.Syllabus for B. coaxial and parallel wire lines. straight wires and wire loops. Reference Books: 1. Jordan and Balman. Duration of End Semester Examination: Three Hours. TMH. Oxford University Press. UNIT –III Steady magnetic fields: Postulates – magnetic forces. 2. capacitance. No. UNIT – V Use of Maxwell‟s equation: Flow of energy and Poynting vector.D. dielectric strength. 2/e. Engineering Electromagnetics (Special Indian Edition).402. Subject Name : Electromagnetic Theory. TMH. Applied Electromagnetic. 1999.M. 1994. energy. Shillong – 22 Page | 30 . Wiley. A. 2/e. boundary conditions. surface waves. of Hours Per Week : Lectures-3. elliptic and circular polarization. Whinnery and Duzer. 5/e. Schaums’ outline series Electromagnetics. J.Ray.Tech. Matthew N. Ramo. Joseph A. 4. Electric Current: Charge conservation and continuity equation – conductivity and Ohm‟s law Interior and Exterior fields of conductors and boundary conditions. W. 2. Artificial dielectric. 3. Elements of Electromagnetics. 3. 2006. McGraw-Hill.

Horenstein. 2/e. UNIT –II Feedback amplifier. stagger tuned amplifier. 3. UNIT – I Two stage amplifiers: BJT and FET based amplifiers. 2. 1995. Grabel. TMH. Duration of End Semester Examination: Three Hours. single tuned transformer coupled amplifier. Millman and B. Astable. Parallel resonant circuit. TMH. P. Sedra and K. 4. UNIT – IV Large Signal Amplifiers: Classification of amplifiers (Class A. transformer coupled amplifiers. R-C phase shift oscillator. Effect of feedback on Ri. Microelectronic Circuits. distortion and noises. No. Current shunt). End Semester Examination = 90. Cambridge University Press. (Log magnitude and polar plots). Cathey and Singh.403. Millman and C. Prentice Hall of India. double tuned amplifier. Microelectronic Circuits and device. Tutorial-1. Halkias. Reference Books: 1. Electronic Circuit Analysis and Design.Syllabus for B. concept of feedback. J. TMH. Electronic Circuits: Discrete & Integrated. Donald A. The Art of Electronic. 3. 3/e. Questions to be set : Eight(one from each unit and remaining three covering more than one unit). 2/e. 2006. P. distortion analysis. Electronic Devices and Circuits. Voltage shunt. class-B push pull amplifier. Current series. crystal oscillator and frequency stability. Nyquist criterion for stability of amplifier. M. Frequency response characteristics. theoretical efficiency. 2002. Horowitz and W. of Hours Per Week : Lectures-3. UNIT – III Oscillators: Barkhausen criterion for sustained oscillation. Microelectronics. 1971. Wien bridge oscillators. Marks Distribution : Sessional Works = 60. 5. single tuned capacitor coupled amplifier. Integrated Electronics. McGraw Hill. advantages of negative feedback. B. 2. Smith.3 EC – 403 ANALOG ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS – II Subject Code : EC . Complementary and quasi complementary push pull amplifier. Schilling. North-Eastern Hill University. C). Text Books: 1. McGraw Hill. Neutralization. RF oscillators (Colpitts tuned collector/drain oscillators). Ro and Bandwidth of amplifier. Program in Electronics and Communication Engineering 6. Malvino. Gain bandwidth product. Multivibrators using transistors: Monostable. Questions to be answered : Any Five. Neaman. S. 1987. A. 4. 1997. Oxford University Press. J. 1993. Electronic Principles. Hill. Tata McGraw-Hill. quality factor and Bandwidth. 6. N. 1996. AB. A. C. UNIT – V Tuned Amplifiers. 2001. Bistable and Schmitt trigger. Subject Name : Analog Electronic Circuits – II.Tech. 2/e. Topological classification (Voltage series. Shillong – 22 Page | 31 . thermal runway push pull arrangements.

synchronous analysis process. D –flip flops. Hill and G. J. Computer-aided Logical Design. implementation using ROM. UNIT – II Analysis and Design of Synchronous Sequential Finite state machines: ASM charts. Program in Electronics and Communication Engineering 6. CMOS circuits and Programmable Logic Devices: CPLDs and FPGAs. Subject Name : Digital Systems Design.P. M. synchronizing system. End Semester Examination = 90. An Engineering approach to Digital Design. Balch. design of next state decoder and output decoder. PHI 1994. edge triggered flip flops. The Art of Digital Design. timing hazards and races. Brown. analysis. D. R. 4. PAL. Digital Design: Principles and Practices. 1990. 2.Syllabus for B. H. Questions to be answered : Any Five. Duration of End Semester Examination: Three Hours. Hazards. 4/e. Complete Digital Design. TMH. North-Eastern Hill University. PHI 1993. code sequence detectors. asynchronous and synchronous counters. 2. Fundamentals of Digital Logic with VHDL Design. Map entered variable approaches to asynchronous design. 1993. Questions to be set : Eight(one from each unit and remaining three covering more than one unit). 1988. 2002. Shillong – 22 Page | 32 . UNIT – III State machine models. Winkle. 3.Tech.4 EC – 404 DIGITAL SYSTEMS DESIGN Subject Code : EC . 2005. state machine design examples. state reduction. Addison Wesley. cycles and races. PLA multiplexers. UNIT – V Analysis and design of Asynchronous Sequential finite state machines: Need for asynchronous circuits. R-S. Prosser and D. Green. sequential code generators. state assignments. F. Modern Logic Design. John Wiley.synchronous state machines. Peterson. Wakerly. shift registers. UNIT – I Memory element: Latch. J-K. Master-Slave arrangement. 3. PHI. Morant. Integrated Circuit Design and Technology. design and analysis of asynchronous sequential circuits: pulse mode and fundamental mode. design approaches.E. design using ASM charts. F. TMH. Fletcher. of Hours Per Week : Lectures-3. champion and Hall. 1986. Text Books: 1. Reference Books: 1. William J. Tutorial-1. No. 5. UNIT – IV Linked state mechanics: Introduction to system controller design: System controller state specification (MDS diagram) timing and frequency considerations. design of counters and decoders. J.404. Marks Distribution : Sessional Works = 60.

End Semester Examination = 90. 6/e. Grable. successive approximation and flash type. 4/e. Roden. Franco. PHI. 2/e. PLL architecture and applications. Electronic Design (from concept to reality). Tutorial-1. Duration of End Semester Examination: Three Hours. 2. McGraw Hill. log amplifier. North-Eastern Hill University. S. UNIT – IV Non – linear application of Opamp: Comparator. 1988. 3. Marks Distribution : Sessional Works = 60. 3. phase shifter. 2002. 2006. Wieserman. voltage to current converter. Operational Amplifiers and Linear Integrated Circuits. Design with Operational Amplifiers and Analog Integrated Circuits. M. peak detector. astable multivibrator. PHI. summing amplifier. UNIT – III Active filters: Low pass. high pass. positive and negative feedback. Schmitt trigger. Op-Amps and Linear Integrated Circuits. IC voltage regulators (fixed and variable). (inverting and non -inverting). slew rate. voltage follower. counter. monostable multivibrator (retriggerable and non – retriggerable). Butter worth and Chebychev approximation. Questions to be answered : Any Five.Tech. Operational Amplifiers and Linear ICs.5 EC – 405 LINEAR INTEGRATED CIRCUITS AND SYSTEMS Subject Code : EC . TMH. CMRR. Ramakant Gayakwad. linear time base generator). ADC/DAC: Converter: ADC – dual slope. inverting and non – inverting amplifier. input impedance. Shillong – 22 Page | 33 . compensation bandwidth consideration. Questions to be set : Eight(one from each unit and remaining three covering more than one unit). Coughlin and Driscoll. Subject Name : Linear Integrated Circuits and Systems.405. PHI. band pass and band reject filters. 2/e. of Hours Per Week : Lectures-3. J. 2006. differential amplifier. Text Books: 1. G. W. Carpenter. Bell. Program in Electronics and Communication Engineering 6. 1988. active loading. Milman and A.Syllabus for B. offset voltages and currents. UNIT – II Linear application of Opamp. Microelectronics. triangular wave generator. 2. precision rectifier. introduction to ADC/DAC ICs. UNIT – V Other ICs: 555 Timer architecture and applications (Schmitt trigger. Schoff Publishers and Distributors. UNIT – I OPAMP architecture: Two stage architecture. monostable and astable multivibrator. No. VCO architecture and applications. Reference Books: 1. 2006. 4/e. DAC – weighted R-2R networks.

DMA & interrupts.A. Computer Architecture and organization. Basic Concepts. Integer multiplication and division algorithms. Program in Electronics and Communication Engineering 6. UNIT – I Instruction and Addressing Modes: Instruction formats. P. McGraw Hill. Main memory. Third Edn. Pages and Files. Zaky. Questions to be set : Eight(one from each unit and remaining three covering more than one unit). No. 2005. Execution of a complete instruction. Introduction to fault tolerant computers Text Books: 1. Morris Mano. Briggs.C. RISC vs. 1986. Duration of End Semester Examination: Three Hours. J. PDP-11. of Hours Per Week : Lectures-3. Performance considerations.G. Hwang and F. McGraw Hill. Heys. 2. 2. Reduced Instruction Set computers (RISC). Fixed Point Arithmetic (addition and subtraction). Segments. McGraw Hill. two bus. Prentice Hall of India. Shillong – 22 Page | 34 .Signal bus. Data transfer and synchronization. 3. Vranesic and S. High Speed Memories: interleaved memories. V.406. Tutorial-1.IEEE floating point standard. associative memories UNIT – V Advanced Architectures: Parallel Processing. Micro program control. M.G. Push down stacks and subroutines. and three bus structures.a case study. Questions to be answered : Any Five. Peripheral arithmetic processors and co processors. Stallings. Addressing modes and instruction set . 1984. Computer Organization. Marks Distribution : Sessional Works = 60. caches. 7th Ed. Prentice Hall. “Computer Organization and Architecture: Designing for Performance”. “Computer System and Architecture”. Reference Books: 1. Pipeline structure. K. Floating point numbers and operations. End Semester Examination = 90. Tata Mcgraw Hill 4.1996. Z. Memory Allocation Algorithms. W. Memory hierarchies.Syllabus for B. I/O interfaces and standards. Input-output Organization: Addressing of I/O devices. I/O channels UNIT – IV Memory Organization: A review of random access and serial access memories. Flynn‟s classification and structural classification. North-Eastern Hill University. Computer system architecture. Complex Instruction Set Computers (CISC). Virtual Memories. Fourth Edn. Computer Architecture and parallel processing. Subject Name : Computer Organization and Architecture. Introduction to multiprocessing.Tech. Static & Dynamic Memories.P. Hamacher. UNIT – II Basic ALU Organization.6 IT – 406 COMPUTER ORGANIZATION AND ARCHITECTURE Subject Code : IT . Instruction Execution inside the CPU: Data paths inside a CPU. J. Hayes. CISC. UNIT – III Control Unit: Hardwired Control. Principles of pipelining.

J. Design of a multistage transistor amplifier. Microelectronic Circuits. Smith.7 EC – 413 ANALOG ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS – II LABORATORY Subject Code : EC . Design of Feedback amplifiers: Voltage series and Voltage shunt. Wien bridge oscillator (using BJTs and FETs). Program in Electronics and Communication Engineering 6. 2/e. List of Experiments: 1. Question to be answered : One experiment will be allotted to a student on lottery basis. Duration of End Semester Examination: Four Hours. 4. Minimum number of Experiments to be carried out: Eight. Microelectronics. Design of Astable Multivibrator circuits using BJT.Tech. Design of oscillators: RC phase shift oscillator. McGraw Hill. 9. 5. Oxford University Press. 3. Milman and A. A. 1997 North-Eastern Hill University. of Hours Per Week : Practicals-3. C. Text Books: 1.413.Syllabus for B. 2. Design of oscillators: Hartley and Colpitts (using BJTs and FETs). Sedra and K. 6. Subject Name : Analog Electronic Circuits – II Laboratory. No. Class B Push-Pull and Class C amplifier. Shillong – 22 Page | 35 . 8. Design of Feedback amplifiers: Current series and Current shunt. S. 7. Design of Bistable Multivibrator circuits using BJT. 1988 2. Grable. Design of Mono stable Multivibrator circuits using BJT. Marks Distribution : Sessional Works = 20. Design of amplifiers: Class A. End Semester Examination = 30.

PHI 1993. 7. End Semester Examination = 30. Brown. Program in Electronics and Communication Engineering 6. of Hours Per Week : Practicals-3. Duration of End Semester Examination: Four Hours. An Engineering approach to Digital Design. 2002. No. Design of asynchronous Mod-2 and Mod-3 counters. Design of a PLA circuit. 3. Question to be answered : One experiment will be allotted to a student on lottery basis. Marks Distribution : Sessional Works = 20. Text Books: 1. 2. List of Experiments: 1. Design of combinational circuits. Study of FPGA. Design of synchronous Mod-2 and Mod-3 counters. William J. 8. 4.Tech. North-Eastern Hill University. Design of Shift-register (all types). TMH. Design of sequential circuits. 9. Fletcher. Subject Name : Digital Systems Design Laboratory.8 EC – 414 DIGITAL SYSTEMS DESIGN LABORATORY Subject Code : EC . FPGA applications. 5. Fundamentals of Digital Logic with VHDL Design.Syllabus for B. Shillong – 22 Page | 36 . 6.414. 2. Study of CPLD. Minimum number of Experiments to be carried out: Eight.

4/e. Op-Amps and Linear Integrated Circuits. Design of opamp based LPF and HPF active filters(first order only). of Hours Per Week : Practicals-3. Duration of End Semester Examination: Four Hours. 5. Program in Electronics and Communication Engineering 6. 3. North-Eastern Hill University. 11. 12. No. Design of analog adder and subtractor using opamp. Question to be answered : One experiment will be allotted to a student on lottery basis. 10. Design of Comparators and monostable multivibrators using opamp. Marks Distribution : Sessional Works = 20. 8. Design of 8-bit A/D and D/A converter using ICs. PHI. Design of monostable and astable multivibrator using 555 timer. 2006. Design of opamp R-C phase shift and Wien bridge oscillator. Operational Amplifiers and Linear Integrated Circuits. Minimum number of Experiments to be carried out: Eight. Design of opamp based LPF and HPF active filters(first order only). 2. Subject Name : Linear Integrated Circuits Laboratory. Design a differential amplifier using transistor.Syllabus for B. Design of bistable and astable multivibrators using opamp. 2.9 EC – 415 LINEAR INTEGRATED CIRCUITS LABORATORY Subject Code : EC . End Semester Examination = 30. Text Books: 1. Design of voltage to current and current to voltage converters using opamp. Ramakant Gayakwad. 4. 9. 2006. 6/e.415. 7.Tech. PHI. Design of 4-bit D/A using R-2R ladder. List of Experiments: 1. 6. Coughlin and Driscoll. Shillong – 22 Page | 37 . Design of analog integrator and differentiator using opamp.

3. Shillong – 22 Page | 38 . Entry Deterring Pricing. UNIT – II Market Competition: Forms of Market. Perfect Competition. 2. New Delhi..S. G.Tech. End Semester Examination = 60. Unemployment. D. North-Eastern Hill University. Production Theory. G. Questions to be answered : Any Five. Thomson South Western Singapore. TMH. “Managerial Economics”. Davis. Subject Name : Managerial Economics. Implicit Price Fixing. Simple macroeconomics Models.S. Ramakrishnan Rao. Program in Electronics and Communication Engineering FIFTH SEMESTER – SYLLABUS 7. Elements of Competition. Predatory Pricing. Peak Load Pricing.. “Managerial Economics: Concepts and Cases”. „Theory of firms: Economic and Managerial Aspects”. PHI. Affiliated East West Press Pvt. Paul Samual & Gupta. Marks Distribution : Sessional Works = 40.. V. Dean. Uncertainty and Firm UNIT – V Macroeconomics: Macroeconomics Aggregates and Concepts. Firm versus markets. X-Inefficiency. of Hours Per Week : Lectures-2. Text Books: 1. H.. Imperfect Competition: Oligopoly. T. Mote.S. Two part Tariff. Gupta.1 HU – 501 MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS Subject Code : HU . Ltd. 2. “Managerial Economics”. 1996. New Delhi. Duration of End Semester Examination: Three Hours. “Managerial Economics”. ELBS-Pitman. Monopoly and Price Discrimination.N. UNIT – IV Firm as an Organization: Objectives of the Firm. Multi-product Pricing. Questions to be set : Eight(one from each unit and remaining three covering more than one unit). “Managerial Economics in a global economy”.V. Product Life Cycle. Cost Theory. Information Problems and Associated Cost. Joel. Inflation. No.Syllabus for B. Business Cycle. 2001 Reference Books: 1.. Salvatore. Types of the Firm.501. Tutorial-1. Input Output Analysis. UNIT – I Demand Analysis: Demand Theory & Demand Forecasting. 4. UNIT – III Pricing Policies: Profit Concepts & Measurement.

2005. machine cycle. Wiley Inter science publications. End Semester Examination = 90. Vol.Tech. New Delhi. 8257 – DMAC. 8253 – Timer. Shillong – 22 Page | 39 . Questions to be set : Eight(one from each unit and remaining three covering more than one unit). 8755. Questions to be answered : Any Five. 2. Ltd. The 8080/8085 Microprocesor Book: Intel marketing communications. 1978. Adam Osborne and O. Reference Books: 1. UNIT –III Interfacing memory: Interfacing I/O – memory mapped I/O. 1980. 8255. 74244. Tutorial-1. 8282 UNIT –II Introduction to 8085 CPU architecture – register organization. 74373. Introduction to DMA (With reference to 8085 CPU) UNIT – IV Programmable I/O – 8155. North-Eastern Hill University.. Microprocessor architecture. timing diagrams. Ramesh S.2 EC – 502 MICROPROCESSOR Subject Code : EC . of Hours Per Week : Lectures-3. 74138. 3. 74148. No. UNIT – I Introduction to general purpose CPU architecture. 2/e. programming and applications with 8085. Kane. Interrupts. Duration of End Semester Examination: Three Hours. Rajasree. 8259 – PIC. Marks Distribution : Sessional Works = 60. 74245. Penram International Publishing (India) Pvt. Intel Corp. Interfacing devices: 8205. UNIT – V Interfacing A/D and D/A converters. Subject Name : Microprocessor. 2005.Syllabus for B. Programming using 8085 instruction set. 2 – Some real microprocessors. Program in Electronics and Communication Engineering 7. New Age Publishers. 8231 – Arithmetic processor. An introduction to microcomputers. Advanced Microprocessors. Text Books: 1. 8279 – Keyboard/ Display controller. Galgotia Book source.. 8212. 8085 instruction set. Gaonkar. 5/e.502. 8286. Instruction cycle. and I/O mapped I/O. addressing modes. 8251 – USART. 8355.

Marks Distribution : Sessional Works = 60. liquid crystal devices. Basic requirements of a transducer. analog recorders. Dhanpat Rai. UNIT – I Art of measurement: Accuracy and precision. Time and frequency standards. TMH.503. 2/e. Instrument Transducers. 1975. mechanical spring devices. K. Desauty Bridge. Modern Electronic Instrumentation and Measurement Techniques. UNIT – II Bridges and their applications: Maxwell Bridge. North-Eastern Hill University.P. 2007. 1992. Text Books: 1. 3. Shillong – 22 Page | 40 . Ghosh. P. UNIT – IV Display devices and recorders: Electrical indicating instruments. Standards for mass. diaphragms. length and volume. magnetostrictive.Syllabus for B. digital. Applications of AC bridges. of Hours Per Week : Lectures-3.Tech. PHI. Primary Sensing elements: Mechanical devices and primary detectors. Questions to be set : Eight(one from each unit and remaining three covering more than one unit). A. H.3 EC – 503 ELECTRONIC MEASUREMENTS AND INSTRUMENTATION Subject Code : EC . Program in Electronics and Communication Engineering 7. Bourdon tubes. electronic. Mani. Sharma. Introduction to Measurements and Instrumentation. decimal decoders. End Semester Examination = 90. Standards of Measurements: Classification of standards. Principle of operation and applications: Variable resistance. wave analyzer. No.Sawhney. 2/e. Electrical standards.K. Electrical Transducers and Industrial measurements. magnetic tape recorders. Variable capacitance. UNIT – III Electronic Measuring Instruments (Construction. Variable inductance. UV recorders. A. 1999.K. graphic strip chart. optical. PHI. Principle and application): Electronic voltmeter and multimeters. Schering Bridge.H. 2/e. Rangan. Duration of End Semester Examination: Three Hours. 2. Tutorial-1. UNIT – V Transducer: Definition of an Electrical transducer. spectrum analyzer. Classifications of transducers. Neubert. Subject Name : Electronic Measurements and Instrumentation. Andersons Bridge. IEEE standards. A course in Electrical measurement and measuring instruments. 3. Questions to be answered : Any Five. 2001. 2. Instrumentation Devices and Systems. types of Errors and their statistical analysis. Piezoelectric transducer. Maxwell Wein Bridge.Mansfield. Helfrick and Cooper. Oxford University Press. 1992. Reference Books: 1. Cathode ray oscilloscopes.

TMH. 2/e. balanced modulators. UNIT – II Continuous wave linear modulators: Amplitude Modulation (AM).4 EC – 504 PRINCIPLES OF COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS Subject Code : EC . Marks Distribution : Sessional Works = 60. Equivalent Input Noise Generators and Comparison of BJT‟s and FET‟s. review of signal transfer in linear systems. Willey Eastern. Communication systems.Tech. 2002. New York. the super heterodyne receiver for standard AM radio.P. Communication Systems. Tutorial-1. 1987. Signal to Noise ratio. Phasor diagram for FM and PM. Noise Factor and Equivalent input Noise Generators..P. indirect generation of SSB. S/N of a tandem connection. Spectral Analysis: review of Fourier transform theory. 1968. Macmillan Publishing Co. phasor diagram of an AM signal. UNIT – IV Noise: Introduction. Narrow Band pass Noise. square law modulators. End Semester Examination = 90. Text Books: 1. Principles of Loudspeaker and Microphones UNIT – V FM and PM. Noise Factor of a Lossy Network. autocorrelation function.Syllabus for B. 4/e. Transmission bandwidth for FM. B. Parseval‟s theorem. Spectral representation of FM and PM for a single tone message. synchronous demodulation of AM. the ideal lowpass filters and distortionless transmission. 3. 4/e. Lathi. transmission requirements for AM. 3. Demodulation of FM and PM signals. FM and PM signals for a single tone message.W. Electronic Communication Systems. Dennis Roddy and John Coolen. Thermal Noise. transmission requirements for SSB. AM for a single tone message. 2. Noise Factor. George Kennedy. DSB and SSB using synchronous detection. Bruce Carlson. Bessel‟s functions and the Fourier series. carrier recovery circuits. 1999. energy power. TMH. Principles of Communication Systems. Carson‟s rule. Demodulation of FM using PLL. Program in Electronics and Communication Engineering 7. Taub and D. 4. power spectral density functions (PSDF). ring modulators. Noise Factor of Amplifiers in Cascade. vestigial side band modulation (VSB). Generation of FM using Armstrong method. of Hours Per Week : Lectures-3.L. effects of frequency and phase errors in the local oscillator in DSB and SSB. relationship between PSDF and the autocorrelation function. introduction to PLL. Lathi. Shot Noise. Couch II. Introduction to communication system. PHI. narrow band and wide band FM and PM signals. Questions to be answered : Any Five. S. Amplifier Noise in terms of F. 3/e. generation of SSB using a side band filter. Subject Name : Principles of Communication Systems. Haykin. Reference Books: 1. 2. transmission channels and receivers. Instantaneous frequency and instantaneous phase time common representation for FM and PM. Time domain expression and modulation index. C. Noise Equivalent Temperature. methods of generating AM and DSB. 2/e. 4. square law and envelope detectors. Shelling. transmitters. An Introduction to Analog and Digital Communications. UNIT –III Demodulation for linear modulation: demodulation of AM signals. A. TMH.504. Shillong – 22 Page | 41 . 1989. North-Eastern Hill University. B. New York. normalized power and its use in communication carrier power and side band power. No. demodulation of SSB using carrier reinsertion and the use of SSB in telephony. John Wiley & Sons. Digital and Analog Communication Systems. Questions to be set : Eight(one from each unit and remaining three covering more than one unit). Oxford University Press. Modern Digital and Analog Communication Systems. transmission bandwidth for AM. 1989. 1998. UNIT – I Introduction to Analog Communication: types and reasons for modulation. 1986. Duration of End Semester Examination: Three Hours. Electronic Communication 4th edition. Frequency domain (spectral) representations. PSDF‟s of harmonic signals and correlated (white) signals.

half bridge power supplies. 2005. 2.R. T. buck. dual converters and cyclo-converters Uninterruptible power supplies (UPS): online and offline (Qualitative only). GTO etc). North-Eastern Hill University. Power electronic Converters. fly back converter. Subramanyam. forward converter. UNIT – II DC-DC switch mode converter topologies buck. 2/e. SPWM inverter.R. Questions to be answered : Any Five. N. Applications and Design. load resonant converter. Tutorial-1. TRIAC. Subject Name : Power Electronics. 3. and full bridge converter UNIT – V Controlled rectifiers.K. M. Duration of End Semester Examination: Three Hours. UNIT – III DC-AC switches mode inverters.M. PHI.Syllabus for B. protection and snubber circuits.Tech.5 EC – 505 POWER ELECTRONICS Subject Code : EC . Program in Electronics and Communication Engineering 7.K. New Age Publishers.Resonant converters. UNIT – I Power Electronic devices: Thyristor (SCR. safe operating area. MOSFET. Reference Books: 1. No. G. three phase inverter. half controlled and full controlled. Power Electronic Devices. turn on and turn off mechanisms. IETE book series Vol I. 1997. single phase and three phase rectifiers. Robbins. zero voltage and zero current switching. BJT. single phase inverter. Questions to be set : Eight(one from each unit and remaining three covering more than one unit). Text Books: 1. PHI. resonant switch converter. Asghar. TMH 1993. secondary breakdown. 2006. Underloned and W. boost. John Wiley and Sons. Rashid. full bridge DC-DC converter. of Hours Per Week : Lectures-3. Mohan. Power Electronic Circuits. Asarabada. V. Power Electronics. gate/base. 2. IGBT. boost and Cuk converter. Devices and Applications. 3/e. DIAC.505. MCT. device ratings. Shillong – 22 Page | 42 . End Semester Examination = 90. 1989. driver circuits. Marks Distribution : Sessional Works = 60.P. UNIT – IV Switched mode DC power supplies. Power Electronics. Dubey and C.

2. 4/e.H. State Space representation. 1993. M. Gopal. UNIT – III Transient and error function analysis. lead lag and lead lag compensators. UNIT – V Digital control systems. Nagarath and Gopal.D. Subject Name : Basic Control Engineering No. UNIT – IV Compensators and controllers. 7/e. B. Text Books: 1. state transition matrix. Digital Control Systems.6 EC – 506 BASIC CONTROL ENGINEERING Subject Code : EC . of Hours Per Week : Lectures-3. 2002. Program in Electronics and Communication Engineering 7. New York. effect of sampling rate on stability transient response and stead state error. K. Linear Control System Analysis and Design. eigen values. 1995. and impulse response. Houpis. Saundey Publication. TMH. steady state error and transient response. 2/e. 3. Wiley Eastern.Syllabus for B.Ogata. UNIT – II Root locus techniques: Root Loci and complementary root loci rules for root locus plots.C. 1992. Kuo. 2006. 2. 3. DC motor block diagram simplification. B. Modern Control Engineering. PHI. Questions to be set : Eight(one from each unit and remaining three covering more than one unit). Type of systems and its effect on error function. Control Systems Principles and Design.Tech. End Semester Examination = 90. Questions to be answered : Any Five. J.Basic requirements of a control system: stability. stability analysis. Azzo and C. McGraw Hill 1988. proportional.506. North-Eastern Hill University. Tutorial-1.C. Routh Hurwitz criterion of stability. Reference Books: 1. Gain and phase margins. Shillong – 22 Page | 43 .Kuo. PI and PID controllers. typical examples. Automatic Control Systems. modeling of electrical and mechanical (translational and rotational) systems. Marks Distribution : Sessional Works = 60. Control Systems Engineering.C. Duration of End Semester Examination: Three Hours. 2/e. and signal flow graphs. compensation typical examples. PHI. UNIT – I System Modeling: Transfer function. Nyquist plot and Bode plot.

Program in Electronics and Communication Engineering 7. 3. Binary /BCD addition between two bytes stored in consecutive / different location (Generated Carry) Binary / BCD addition of more than two bytes stored in consecutive locations using loop method. List of Experiments: 1. Gaonkar.Ram.. Binary / BCD subtraction between two bytes stored in consecutive / different locations with sign of the result taken into account. 11. 2. 2. 4. Duration of End Semester Examination: Four Hours. Generation of 2 and 4 digit decimal display UP/DOWN continuous counter at address and data field of the Microprocessor kit. 7.Tech. End Semester Examination = 30. 12. Minimum number of Experiments to be carried out: Eight. Generation of a square wave of a certain frequency using PPI chip and a CRO display. To arrange the bytes (stored in consecutive locations) in sorted order either ascending or descending order. 8. Question to be answered : One experiment will be allotted to a student on lottery basis. Ltd. 5/e. is (a) Even or Odd 5. Generation of Fibonnaci Series Block Transfer from one location to another. (b) Even parity or Odd parity.512. 1997. North-Eastern Hill University. Text Books: 1. Reverse a string . Binary division as word divided by byte using left shifting of the dividend.7 EC – 512 MICROPROCESSOR LABORATORY Subject Code : EC . Microprocessors. 9. Ramesh S. Binary multiplication of two bytes using left or right shifting of multiplier.Syllabus for B. 13. Penram International Publishing (India) Pvt. 6. Conversion of binary to BCD and BCD to binary. Dhanpat Rai. Marks Distribution : Sessional Works = 20.The string is either a binary byte or a bunch of data bytes stored in consecutive locations. of Hours Per Week : Practicals-3. Shillong – 22 Page | 44 . 2005. Verification of incoming and outgoing data using LEDS and a PPI chip. B. Microprocessor architecture. Subject Name : Microprocessor Laboratory.. 10. 14. No. To find out whether the no. programming and applications with 8085.

8. 2.Tech. Study of Maxwell bridge Circuit. Duration of End Semester Examination: Four Hours. 2001. 4.8 EC – 513 ELECTRONIC MEASUREMENTS AND INSTRUMENTATION LABORATORY Subject Code : EC . Study of Schering bridge Circuit. 5. No. Study of loading effect of Ammeter and voltmeter. Minimum number of Experiments to be carried out: Eight. 7. 9. Study of Wein bridge Circuit. 11. Program in Electronics and Communication Engineering 7. Extension of range of Ammeter. Question to be answered : One experiment will be allotted to a student on lottery basis.Syllabus for B. Study of Anderson bridge Circuit.Sawhney. of Hours Per Week : Practicals-3. Study of transducers (photo register/photodiode/phototransistor). Extension of range of Voltmeter. List of Experiments: 1. Study of Desauty Bridge Circuit. A course in Electrical Measurement and Measuring Instruments. Marks Distribution : Sessional Works = 20. A. Measurement of Phase-angle using Lissajous Pattern (CRO). 3. Subject Name : Electronics Measurements and Instrumentation Laboratory. North-Eastern Hill University. 10. Measurement of frequency using Lissajous Pattern (CRO). 6.K. 12. Study of Energy meter 13. Dhanpat Rai.513. Shillong – 22 Page | 45 . Measurement of power by Wattmeter method Text Books: 1. End Semester Examination = 30.

15. No. 1989. 9. 4. 14. Shillong – 22 Page | 46 . Study the effect of noise in standard AM and FM waves Generation of Bessel‟s and Fourier series using simulator. 2.Tech. Program in Electronics and Communication Engineering 7. 5. Study the Demodulation of FM using PLL Text Books: 1. Study the Band limiting of Waveforms and PSD with random pulses 13. Study the TDM Hierarchy using T1 Lines. Haykin. Study the generation of FM Signal using Armstrong method.P. 3/e. Question to be answered : One experiment will be allotted to a student on lottery basis. End Semester Examination = 30. New York. B. Study the characteristics of PCM and DPCM System. Lathi. Modern Digital and Analog Communication Systems. Oxford University Press. List of Experiments: 1. 2. Minimum number of Experiments to be carried out: Eight. 7. Study the generation and detection of Double side band modulation (BSB). 3.Syllabus for B. 8. North-Eastern Hill University. Study of synchronous demodulation and the super heterodyne receiver for standard AM radio. Study the Auto-correlation functions. Duration of End Semester Examination: Four Hours. Study the generation and detection of Amplitude Modulation (AM). of Hours Per Week : Practicals-3. An Introduction to Analog and Digital Communications. S. Marks Distribution : Sessional Works = 20. 6. Subject Name : Communication Systems – I Laboratory. 11.514. 12.9 EC – 514 COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS LABORATORY Subject Code : EC . Study the Satellite receiver. 1998. Study the generation and detection of Frequency Modulation (FM). Willey Eastern. PSDF of random signals 10. Study the generation and detection of single side band modulation (SSB). Study the effect of white noise on a LTI Systems.

Martand T. 2005. Telsang. TMH. New Delhi. 1983. Decision making-process. 2005.. decision making under risk and uncertainty. Chand and Co. Questions to be set : Eight(one from each unit and remaining three covering more than one unit). 2. method Study. Dobler. Essentials of Management. PHI. Plant layout and design. Reference Books: 1. Tutorial-1. of Hours Per Week : Lectures-2.. W. 3. Cetro S. Motivation and Leadership. Managerial skills. TMH. Production Planning scheduling and control. Management. UNIT – I Concept of management. various approaches to management. UNIT – IV Production Management: Types of Production. 3. Modern Management. control function-Process and Techniques. End Semester Examination = 60. Wiley. S. 2005. Organizational Structure. Buffa. North-Eastern Hill University.1 HU – 601 INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT Subject Code : HU . Questions to be answered : Any Five. UNIT – II Principles of Organization.D.Syllabus for B. span of control. Inventory control Techniques. Production and Operations Management. 1993. issue and pricing.601. Procedures and control. H. and a profession. Stoner Freeman and Gibst. a Science. Pearson Education /PHI. work study. Goals. Duration of End Semester Examination: Three Hours. Productivity – concept and measurement. Locational Decisions. and wage payment schemes and Bonus. Prentice Hall. Program in Electronics and Communication Engineering SIXTH SEMESTER – SYLLABUS 8. 2003. Programme and Procedure. Koontz and H. Models of decision making. UNIT – III Direction and coordination. Subject Name : Industrial Management. Shillong – 22 Page | 47 . 4. 1984. Management as – an art. 2. Modern Production/Operation Management. Performance Appraisal. Marks Distribution : Sessional Works = 40. Procurement-functions.Tech. Value analysis and Engineering. Purchasing and Materials Management. Training and Development. Staffing function with emphasis on. Strategy. UNIT – V Material Management: Inventory Planning. Adam. Weihrich. storing-planning procedure and control. Industrial Engineering and Production Management. No. Process of management. Text Books: 1. Planning-Mission.

4. data acquisition. Thomson Delmar Learning. 2/e. Advanced Microprocessors and Peripherals. Burchandi. The Intel Microprocessors: 8086/8088. 80386. 80386. Min & max mode of operation & Bus driver 8288. Yu-Cheng Liu. 80286.. Marks Distribution : Sessional Works = 60. Instructions and Assembly language programming. Prentice Hall.M. 1992. 2006 3. programming.Hall. Introduction to 80286. 2/e. PHI. 3. Subject Name : Advanced Microprocessors. No. Program in Electronics and Communication Engineering 8. 5. Douglas V. Text Books: 1. Microprocessor and interfacing. 68000 Microprocessors . Introduction to microcontroller(8051). Shillong – 22 Page | 48 .M. 68000 Microprocessors family. Prentice Hall. 8086 Microprocessor: Programming and Interfacing the PC. Ray and K. of Hours Per Week : Lectures-3. Ray and K. 1995. Intel Corporation. Questions to be set : Eight(one from each unit and remaining three covering more than one unit). UNIT – IV Interfacing A/D converters. Alan R. Kenneth Ayala.. Interfacing D/A converters. Intel publication. instruction set. Sybex Inc. Signals of 8086. TMH.Tribel & Avtar Singh .602. Instruction set and basic Assembly language programming of 8086/8088. 2. Questions to be answered : Any Five. Duration of End Semester Examination: Three Hours. Reference Books: 1. TMH. 4.K. 80486 and Pentium Microprocessors. Interrupts & Interrupt processing in 8086. UNIT – III Assembler and Advanced programming. Bary B.K. 1984. Advanced Microprocessors and Peripherals. wave form generation.Tech. Burchandi. 2. End Semester Examination = 90. 1996. Interrupt processing in Assemblers and Advanced programming UNIT – III Interrupts of 8086/8088 and DOS interrupt 21H functions. A. Miller. Assembly language programming the IBM PC. A. interfacing. McGraw Hill International Ed. UNIT – I 8086/8088 architecture and addressing mode. UNIT – V 68000 Processor: Architecture and Addressing modes only. 80486. North-Eastern Hill University.Syllabus for B. 1991. Walter A. Brey. Tutorial-1. Microcontroller Handbook. 1987.2 EC – 602 ADVANCED MICROPROCESSORS Subject Code : EC . 1991. 2006.

DSP tools. S. UNIT – I Review of signals and systems: Z-Transformation. Reference Books: 1. Proakis and Dimitris G. 3/e. Hanning. DSP Processors (320 family) data handbook. Chebyshev and elliptical filters. of Hours Per Week : Lectures-3.603. Inverse Z-transformation. Duration of End Semester Examination: Three Hours. PHI.3 EC – 603 DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING Subject Code : EC . A. features and instructions of fixed point and floating point processors. 2. Cascade and parallel realizations. Discrete-Time Signal Processing. 19th reprint. 2006. Digital Signal Processing. Design of FIR filters using above windows. UNIT – IV FIR Filter design: Properties of FIR digital filters.Syllabus for B. Barlett. Different types of windows: Rectangular. UNIT – V Digital Filter structures: Basic IIR filter structures: Direct forms (I and II) . Transform analysis of LTI System. L R Rabinar and Gold. 4. Tutorial-1. Frequency sampling design. Gnanapriya. Chebyshev Filter approximation. Linear phase filters. PHI. FFT algorithms: Decimation in time and Decimation in frequency. Applications of DSP. TMH. UNIT – II Discrete Fourier Transform: Introduction. maximally flat low pass filter approximation. Analog Devices. Symmetry properties. Program in Electronics and Communication Engineering 8. Symmetric and antisymmetric. Properties of DFT: Linearity. bilinear transformations. S K Mitra. North-Eastern Hill University. salivahanan. A comparison of FIR and IIR filters. Hamming. 1999. Blackman and Kaiser windows. properties. (TMS 320C25 and TMS320300). 2000. Texas Instruments. Digital Signal Processors: Architecture. Theory and applications of Digital Signal Processing. Design based on numerical solution of differential equations. 5.Analog filters Design: The filter design problem. Marks Distribution : Sessional Works = 60. A V Oppenheim and R. Manolakis. Equiripple filter design.Computation of DFT: Introduction. PHI. John G. End Semester Examination = 90. 3/e.W Schafer. Vallavaraj and C. Circular shift of a sequence. Digital Signal Processing. Questions to be answered : Any Five. No. 2006. Linear Convolution using DFT. Definition of DFT. 2. Digital Signal Processing. in place computations UNIT – III IIR Filter design: Design of IIR filters from analog filters. basic s of speech and image processing. Remez Algorithm. 3. TMH. Basic FIR filter structures: Direct form and linear phase FIR structures. applications of above techniques to the design of Butterworth. Approximation problem in network theory.Tech. Subject Name : Digital Signal Processing. DSP Processors data Handbook (ADSP 21020). Shillong – 22 Page | 49 . 1995. Frequency transformation. Questions to be set : Eight(one from each unit and remaining three covering more than one unit). 1999. Text Books: 1. Circular convolution. Impulse invariance.

D. Shillong – 22 Page | 50 . S. Tutorial-1. L.4 EC – 604 MICROWAVE ENGINEERING Subject Code : EC . Ferrite Devices. voltages and currents. Characteristics of microwave bipolar transistors and FET. avalanche diode oscillators. End Semester Examination = 90. Microwaves. Magnetrons. 3. SWR. of Hours Per Week : Lectures-3. 2/e. 2. Micro strip and Printed Antennas: Basic characteristics. Collin. input impedance of lossless line. A. Hybrid junctions. TMH.waves. Power dividers. half wave line. UNIT – V Radar: Basic principles. 2006 Reference Books: 1.I. Microwave filters. UNIT – IV Characteristics of microwave bipolar transistors and FET.Tech. CWD. PHI. R. 1990. Prentice Hall. standing. Power dividers. New Age International (P) Ltd. E. Circulators. McGraw Hill. 2000. Reflex klystron oscillator. PPI. D. Parameters of open wire at HF. Marks Distribution : Sessional Works = 60. UNIT –II Wave Propagation between Parallel Planes. No. Reflection losses. Circulators. Cavity resonators. Microwave devices and Circuits. radar types. Rectangular and Circular wave-guides. 2. Traveling Wave Tubes. Guillermo Gonzalez. M. avalanche diode oscillators. Input impedance of DC and SC lines. types and feeding methods of micro strip antennas. Microwave Engineering. Klystron amplifier. Skolnik M. John Wiley. Range equation. Subject Name : Microwave Engineering. Directional couplers. Questions to be set : Eight(one from each unit and remaining three covering more than one unit). Gupta. 3. Vendelin.. 3/e. Transferred electron devices. Foundations for Microwave Engineering. Transferred electron devices. North-Eastern Hill University. 1992. Field analysis of transmission lines. Directional couplers. M. eighth wave line. MTI Displays. Program in Electronics and Communication Engineering 8. G.Syllabus for B. 1983. parameters of CXL line at HF. Pozar. John Wiley. Liao. Radar Systems. Microwave Transistor Amplifiers: Analysis and Design. M. Microwave filters.Pulsed radar system. Text Books: 1. 2/e. UNIT – I Transmission Lines and Waveguides: Lumped-element circuit model for a transmission line. UNIT – III Microwave tubes and Microwave Solid-state devices: Limitations of conventional tubes in the microwave frequency ranges. General solution for TEM. Terminated lossless lines. TE and TM Waves. Microwave Circuits: Scattering Matrix Technique. Duration of End Semester Examination: Three Hours. line constants of zero distortion. Smith chart and Lossy transmission line. 2/e.604. 1998. K. C. Microwave Circuits: Scattering Matrix Technique. Questions to be answered : Any Five. Hybrid junctions. quarter wave line. Impedance matching. Rohde. Microwave Circuit Design. Ferrite Devices. 1995. Pavio and U. 4. Cavity resonators.

shortest path routing. Viswanathan. Text Books: 1. flowand error. and their mechanisms: Stop-and-Wait ARQ. Communication Network. S. CSMA. 2005. Data link layer: services provided by Data link layer. 2003. Gallager-Data Network. 5. A. routing. Duration of End Semester Examination: Three Hours. Leon-Garcia and I. 2004. Reference models: OSI reference model. Telecommunication Switching Systems and Networks. PHI.Network layer. connection oriented and connection less services. 2/e. Go-Back-N ARQ and Selective-Repeat ARQ. A. Numbering plan. PHI. Tutorial-1. network security. Forouzan. ATM. basic design issues. crossbar switching system: working principle. Widjaja. rotary dialing. Tanenbaum.605. Packet-. TMH. 2. Network topology. Gallagar. network layer services. J. Message-. physical connection. Example Networks. MAN and WAN). push button dialing. Protocols and standards. Program in Electronics and Communication Engineering 8. 2/e. Geier. Multi-access protocols and techniques: Aloha systems.Tech. UNIT – I Elemental Telephone System. Classification of Networks (LAN. UNIT – II Introduction to Computer Networks. B. 4. PHI. Shillong – 22 Page | 51 . Basics of switching system. ISDN. Questions to be set : Eight(one from each unit and remaining three covering more than one unit). PHI. D. 2002.Switching. 4/e. UNIT – III Physical layer: introduction. 3/e. Connection Types: Point-to-Point and Multipoint/Multidrop. Computer Networks. UNIT – IV Queuing theory and delay analysis: Little‟s theorem. 1997. Data Communications and Networking. 3. security issues. Subject Name : Computer Communications and Networks. Data and Computer Communication. Signaling techniques. TCP/IP reference model and their comparison. subscriber loop systems. No. North-Eastern Hill University. Marks Distribution : Sessional Works = 60. 2004. Questions to be answered : Any Five. End Semester Examination = 90. routing and flow control. T.control. 2.Syllabus for B.two and four wire connections. design of a LAN system with commercially available functional units. Bertsekas and R. Data Networks. TMH. strowger switching system: pulse dialing. Stallings. IEEE-802 standards. flooding. UNIT – V TCP/IP protocols. switch configuration. Geier and J. framing. 1992. delay analysis for ARQ system. functions within the Physical layer. services provided to Data link layer. simulation of queuing systems. space division switching: stored program control(SPC). multi-stage switches( three-stage space division switch). Wireless LANS. A. W. and Circuit. of Hours Per Week : Lectures-3. working principle. principle of common control. 3. 2001. Macmillan. centralized SPC. analytical treatment of M/M/1 and M/M/m queuing systems. Introduction to Wireless LAN: Ad hoc network. Reference Books: 1. Physical layer interface and standards. T.5 EC – 605 COMPUTER COMMUNICATIONS AND NETWORKS Subject Code : EC .

Kraus. radiation patterns. radiation patterns. Antenna Theory. 1988. binomial. small. Tropospheric and Ionospheric propagation. Shillong – 22 Page | 52 . frequency independent and log periodic antennas.6 EC – 606 ANTENNA Subject Code : EC . North-Eastern Hill University. 2/e. rhombic and helical antennas. 2. UNIT – III Study of different types of antennas: Circular. Line of sight. Subject Name : Antenna. Collin. Ground wave. Radio frequency Principles and its applications – The generation. Propagation of EM wave. finite. N. 2002. linear elements near infinite lines conductors and ground effects. 4/e. Cabinet‟s principle. matching techniques. No. rectangular. Questions to be answered : Any Five. power density and intensity. 1982. Antennas and Radio Wave Propagation. Albert A. Marks Distribution : Sessional Works = 60. Text Books: 1.element linear array. 2.Tech. Harper and Row.E. Tutorial-1. folded dipole. and determination of array pattrens. parabolic and cassegrain reflector antennas. Square. 1985. C. UNIT – I Fundamentals of Antennas: Radiation mechanism. effective aperture. length and half wave length dipoles. Questions to be set : Eight(one from each unit and remaining three covering more than one unit). 3. McGraw Hill Book Co. John Wiley. Solution of vector potential wave equation. F. beam widths. broadside end fire.D. UNIT – IV Traveling wave and broad band antennas. lens antennas. Electronic and Radio Engineering. duality. baluns and transformers. Antenna arrays: Two elements array. Antennas. McGraw Hill Book Co. directivity and input impedance of dipoles. planar and circular arrays. ISE. 1955. UNIT – V Aperture. Jordan & Balmain: Electromagnetic Wave & Radiating Systems. Vector potential functions and electric and magnetic fields for electric and magnetic current sources. directive gain and directivity power gain. Reflector and Lens a Antennas: Huygen‟s principle. determination of radiation fields. McGraw Hill. radiation efficiency.A. input impedance. and rhombic and ferrite loop antennas. Yagi Uda array. phased. sectoral.606. Long wire V. of Hours Per Week : Lectures-3.. Terman. Reference Books: 1. Duration of End Semester Examination: Three Hours. reciprocity and reaction theorems. UNIT – II Linear Wire and Loop Antennas: Infinitesimal. mutual impedance between linear elements. lobes. R. Balanis. propagation and reception of signal and noise. Program in Electronics and Communication Engineering 8. J. McGraw Hill Book Co. Smith. 2006. triangular.E.Syllabus for B. ISE. dolphts chebyschef and super directive arrays. radiation resistance. 4.. End Semester Examination = 90. pyramidal and conical horns. Cylindrical dipole. rectangular and circular apertures microstrip antennas. antenna temperature.

McGraw Hill International Ed. 10. 80386. Write a program to create a file result & store in it 500H bytes from the memory block starting at 1000H: 1000H if either an interrupt appears at INTR pin with type 0AH or an instruction equivalent to above interrupt is executed. Write an ALP to convert a given word into its decimal equivalent. 1996. Minimum number of Experiments to be carried out: Eight. Subject Name : Advanced Microprocessors Laboratory. a) Write an assembly language program to add the contents of the memory location 2000H: 0500H to contents of 3000H: 0600H & store the result in 5000H: 0700H. 14. List of Experiments: 1. Display a message if the file is not opened successfully. 4. b) Write an ALP to find number of even or odd number from given series of 16 bit numbers. No. 12. 1992. a) Write an ALP to arrange the given 16 bit number Array in ascending order b) Write an ALP to arrange the given 16 bit number Array in descending order a) Write an ALP to find square of a given number. Program in Electronics and Communication Engineering 8. End Semester Examination = 30. Brey. Shillong – 22 Page | 53 . using look up table. b) Write an ALP to find the smallest number from an array of 16 bit numbers.dat in the current directory & drive if it is successfully opened.Syllabus for B. Douglas V. Write an ALP to perform 1 byte BCD addition and subtraction. Marks Distribution : Sessional Works = 20. Store the new series at addresses starting from 6000H. The numbers are stored in the same data segment. 6. 80486. Write a program to open a new file kmb. of Hours Per Week : Practicals-3. b) Write a program to compare elements of two strings. 7. 8. 11. 80286. 3.612. 9. Write a program to change a sequence of sixteen 2-byte numbers from ascending to descending order. Write a program to generate a delays of 100ms using an 8086 system that runs on 10MHz frequency Text Books: 1. The Intel Microprocessors: 8086/8088. a) Write an ALP to find the largest number from an array of 16 bit numbers stored sequentially in memory location. Bary B.7 EC – 612 ADVANCED MICROPROCESSORS LABORATORY Subject Code : EC .Tech. Write 200H Bytes of data into it from a data block named BLOCK. Write an ALP to convert BCD number 0 to 9 to their 7 segment codes. Duration of End Semester Examination: Four Hours. 13. PHI.Hall. Microprocessor and interfacing. 2.. a) Write a program to find out whether a given byte is present in the string or not. Question to be answered : One experiment will be allotted to a student on lottery basis. North-Eastern Hill University. b) Write an ALP to find square of a given series of numbers and store them at location starting from 2000H. b) Write an assembly language program to add ten numbers stored at consecutive memory location starting from 2000H: 0500H 2. a) Write an ALP to find whether the given number is odd or even.

16bitPCM coding and analyse their waveforms. Speech Processing: Processing of Speech Signal at different sampling rate e. ii) Design a Type 1 Chebyshev IIR highpass digital filter with following specifications: Passband edge Fp=700Hz with passband ripple of p=1dB.5dB cutoff frequency at 4kHz and a minimum stopband attenuation of 45dB at 20kHz using the bilinear transformation method.613. K. Assume the sampling frequency 5kHz. S. a) Design of digital IIR filters design i) Design a Butterworth filter with the following specifications: Stop band edge frequency Fs=800kHz with stop band ripple of 30dB. Use Rectangular window for the design. 2005 North-Eastern Hill University. iv) Design an IIR Butter band pass filter with following specifications: Stop band edge frequencies Fs1=800Hz and Fs2=3kHz with stop band ripple of 40dB. Stop band edge frequency Fs=1. Proakis. and minimum stop band attenuation of 32dB. Pass band edge frequencies Fp1=900Hz and Fp2=2. Generation of Continuous. Digital Signal Processing Laboratory. Marks Distribution : Sessional Works = 20. Design of digital IIR filters design using Bilinear Transformation Method i) Design a Butterworth low pass digital filter operating at a sampling rate of 80kHz with a 0.Syllabus for B. Kumar. Take the sampling frequency to be 8kHz. Plot the gain response of the designed filter. Minimum number of Experiments to be carried out: Eight. Pass band edge frequency Fp=1kHz with pass band ripple of 0.8 EC – 613 DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING LABORATORY Subject Code : EC . Digital Signal Processing. 2. Question to be answered : One experiment will be allotted to a student on lottery basis. 3/e. Design of digital FIR filter design: Design an equiripple linear-phase filter with the following specifications: Pass band edge frequency Fp=1kHz with pass band ripple of 0.Tech. Use spectral transformation method. Pass band edge frequency Fp=1kHz with pass band ripple of 0. and minimum stopband attenuation of s=45dB. List of Experiments: 1. Plot the gain responses of a) the prototyped analog LPF and b) the transformed digital filter. 6. Take T=2sec. ii) Repeat (i) for a lowpass Type 1 and 2 Chebyshev filters and elliptic filter. Plot the gain responses of a) the prototyped analog LPF and b) the transformed digital HPF filter. CRC Press. G.5dB. Hanning and Blackman windows 13. 7. Mitra. International Thomson Publishing.g. Stopband edge Fs=500Hz with minimum stopband attenuation s=32dB. P.5kHz with stop band ripple of 30dB. normalized edge at 0. 8bit-PCM coding. 3. Design of analog IIR filters: i) Design a fourth-order maximally flat(Butterworth) analog lowpass filter with a 3-dB cutoff frequency at =1 with characteristics of 1-dB cutoff frequency at 1kHz and a minimum attenuation of 40-dB at 5kHz. Duration of End Semester Examination: Four Hours.45 . B. Ingle and J. V. Subject Name : Digital Signal Processing Laboratory. No. 2. of Hours Per Week : Practicals-3. Assume the sampling frequency 12kHz. End Semester Examination = 30. K. 5.Time Signals (Frequency-domain representation).5dB. Generation of Continuous.and Discrete. maximum passband attenuation of p=0. Program in Electronics and Communication Engineering 8. 2006. Text Books: 1. Design of digital FIR filters design using Window Method i) Design a linear phase FIR highpass filter with the following specifications: stopband edge s=0.5dB.Time Signals (Time-domain representation). Shillong – 22 Page | 54 . Assume the sampling frequency 8kHz. 4.2dB. Also perform their spectral analysis. Digital Signal Processing using MATLAB. ii) Design a Type 1 Chebyshev IIR high pass filter with normalized pass band edge at 0.and Discrete. TMH.8kHz with pass band ripple of 1dB. ii) Repeat i) using Hamming. Perform DFT and IDFT of any sequence.7 . Assume the sampling frequency 8 kHz. passband edge at p=0. 3. 1997. iii) Design a elliptic filter with following specifications: Stop band edge frequency Fs=800Hz with stop band ripple of 30dB.5 .6 . 8. pass band ripple of 1dB.

10. Study the characteristics of a micro-strip antenna. M. Study the characteristics of Reflex Klystron amplifier. 7. Question to be answered : One experiment will be allotted to a student on lottery basis. Minimum number of Experiments to be carried out: Eight. North-Eastern Hill University. 16. Study the characteristics of quarter wave transformer. Study the characteristics of microwave BJT. Study the characteristics of directional coupler. of Hours Per Week : Practicals-3. Study the characteristics of microwave filter. 13.Tech.9 EC – 614 MICROWAVE ENGINEERING LABORATORY Subject Code : EC . Study the characteristics of microwave FET. 12. Shillong – 22 Page | 55 . 15. Study the characteristics of microwave avalanche diode oscillator. Subject Name : Microwave Engineering Laboratory. S. 2. 4. To design a single stage microwave amplifier. Duration of End Semester Examination: Four Hours. End Semester Examination = 30. List of Experiments: 1. No. Study the characteristics of hybrid junction. 3/e. Study the characteristics of Magnetron. 9. 6. 14. Study the characteristics of rectangular waveguide.614. Study the characteristics of Klystron amplifier. PHI. Program in Electronics and Communication Engineering 8. 5. Liao. Microwave devices and Circuits. Study the characteristics of cavity resonator. 8. 3.Syllabus for B. 11. To design a single stage microwave oscillator. Marks Distribution : Sessional Works = 20. Text Book: 1. Study the characteristics of TWT. 1995.

V IPR II: Contents of draft application for patents. cyber crime. North-Eastern Hill University. Govindarajan. 4. trademark. Shillong – 22 Page | 56 . 3. acquision of inventions by the Government.Syllabus for B. Ethics in Engineering. 2. End Semester Examination = 60. product liability. Jones & Bartlett. rights and functions. risk assessment and communication. historical and social context. Program in Electronics and Communication Engineering SEVENTH SEMESTER – SYLLABUS 9. history and purpose. of Hours Per Week : Lectures-2. Tutorial-1. “A theory of value and obligation”. obligations of Engineering profession and moral propriety. Computer and gender issues. Codes of Engineering Ethics. Sople. surrender and revocation of patents and compulsory licensing. privacy.IV IPR I: Intellectual property. types. virtue Ethics. definition. London. semi-conductor and integrated circuits layout design. 2. Drafting patent specification and claims. responsibility. Belmont Calif. “Engineering Ethics: Concepts and cases”. McGraw Hill. UNIT. Questions to be set : Eight(one from each unit and remaining three covering more than one unit). ethical use of software‟s.701. 5.1 HU – 701 PROFESSIONAL ETHICS AND IPR Subject Code : HU . WTO and drafting patent specification and claims. grant of patent in India. consequentialism and utilitarianism. Wordsworth/ Thompson Leaaring. Subject Name : Professional Ethics and IPR. UNIT-II Engineer‟s moral responsibility for safety and human right. No. 2000. Duration of End Semester Examination: Three Hours. 2000. (Case study of selected legal battles/cases on IPR and related issues). moral autonomy. patents. Natarajan & Senthil Kumar – Engineering Ethics. Text Books: 1. 1987. engineers and employer relationship. patent forms. rights and respect for a person. Huff & Finholt. Boston MA: TMH. “Introduction to Engineering Ethics”. authority and procedure. UNIT-III Computer Ethics: Social impact of computers. intrinsic value of nature. PHI. Schinzinger Roland Mike & Martin. Marks Distribution : Sessional Works = 40.Managing Intellectual Property: The Strategic Imperative. Robin Attfield. 3. PHI. Vinod V.Tech. 2006.”Cyber Ethics: Morality and Law in Cyber Space”. Deontological approaches. IPR in fringement and piracy under Indian Laws. Reference Books: 1. development ethics. UNIT. UNIT – I Engineering as a profession. honesty. Charles & Harri Michael S Pritchard and Michael J Robins. CroomHelm. whistle blowing and its moral justifications. “Social Issues in Computing: Putting Computing in Place”. industrial designs. software design. duties. Questions to be answered : Any Five.

structure of a C compiler. verification of s/w on host and embedded system. mobile Java applications. display units. End Semester Examination = 90. types of embedded operating systems programming languages. control systems and industrial automation.. Tutorial-1. Embedded system.2 EC – 702 EMBEDDED SYSTEMS AND MICROCONTROLLERS Subject Code : EC . TMH. challenges and issues in embedded systems.8031-based control systems. 2007. UNIT – V Embedded applications over mobile networks development environment. The Smart card case study: micro controller architecture. Ex: . 2. Dreamtech Software Team. Raj Kamal. customer relations management software embedded system. North-Eastern Hill University. Kenneth Ayala. Duration of End Semester Examination: Three Hours. The 8051 Microcontroller Architecture. Textbooks: 1. Questions to be answered : Any Five. real time embedded development. Shillong – 22 Page | 57 . ADC and DAC. No. Reference Books: 1. Networked Java enabled information appliances. processor. reset circuit.702. process control system. task scheduling in embedded systems.Tech. application specific control circuitry. Ltd. Program in Electronics and Communication Engineering 9. Subject Name : Embedded Systems and Microcontrollers. the 8051 architecture 16-it and 32-it processors.Syllabus for B. project overview. UNIT – II Hardware architectures for embedded systems: architecture. coding issues. FTP websites involved with embedded systems and software. 2002. 2. telecommunications. latch and buffers crystal. context switch. keypads. Questions to be set : Eight(one from each unit and remaining three covering more than one unit). Thomson. Programming and Applications3/e. java programming language development tools for target processors. development environment. task synchronization timers. trends in embedded software development. UNIT – IV Embedded software development environments: operating systems. embedded database applications. Application of Embedded Systems: application market segments.. development of a navigation system development environment. Programming For Embedded Systems Cracking The CodeTM. of Hours Per Week : Lectures-3. wireless communications. Wiley Publishing Inc. and salary survey. Marks Distribution : Sessional Works = 60. networks information appliances. Penram International Publishing (India) Pvt. memory. example projects. UNIT – III Developing for embedded systems: embedded system development process. Serial communication programming. 2003. UNIT – I Introduction. categories of embedded systems. Development environment. implementing embedded systems. requirements of embedded systems.

Neil H. Circuit Design with VHDL. dynamic shift registers. D. 2. placement algorithms. 2/e. Shift registers. incrementer/decrementer. Addison Wesley. The Designer's Guide to VHDL (Systems on Silicon). A. North-Eastern Hill University. UNIT – II Pseudo n-MOS. super buffers. Chandrakasan and Nikolic. No. random selection. concurrent statements. VHDL programming examples. Pearson Education Asia. Scaling of MOS circuits. 2004. Tutorial-1. Peter J. Basic VLSI Design Systems and Circuits. 1994. placement and routing: basic partitioning methods. Text Books: 1. 5. UNIT – III Design example: parity generator. VHDL Primer. Modeling concepts. 2004. 3/e.VHDL basics. Neil H. Design rules. Weste and David Harris. 2005. types of MOS transistors. 2004. 2002. UNIT – I Introduction: VLSI technology trends. in cut partitioning.Hodges. 3.Syllabus for B. K.G. 3/e.Tech. stick notation. 2002.A. mask layout. Digital Integrated Circuits. D. Sequential statements. Questions to be answered : Any Five. UNIT – IV System partitioning. cluster growth. Twin tub and SOI process. design unit. 2. Pearson Education Asia. 2/e. bus arbitration logic. simple flip-flop realization using NMOS and CMOS. CIF representation. 4. Pedroni. Reference Books: 1. 2003.A. Ashenden. NMOS and CMOS inverter circuits. 2005. Pucknell and S. Weste. 6. Questions to be set : Eight(one from each unit and remaining three covering more than one unit). J. VHDL : Programming By Example. McGraw-Hill Professional. PLA.Jackson and R. 3. subprograms and packages. code converters. NMOS and CMOS circuits for combinational and sequential logic. Duration of End Semester Examination: Three Hours. Perry. realization of Boolean functions. Addison Wesley. E. Modern VLSI Design: System-on-Chip Design. The MIT Press. 4/e. of Hours Per Week : Lectures-3. PHI. Subject Name : Introduction to VLSI Design. Douglas L. Pucknell and Eshrangian. PHI EEE. pass transistors and transmission gates. delay and timing calculation. general guidelines of VHDL synthesis. Eshraghian. CAD tools: Design steps.Saleh. 3/e. Program in Electronics and Communication Engineering 9. routing algorithms. Shillong – 22 Page | 58 . 2002. 2/e. Eshraghian. 1998. Morgan Kaufmann. UNIT – V Hardware descriptive language: VHDL: Introduction . hierarchical clustering. Kamran Eshraghian. 7. 3/e. CMOS VLSI Design: A Circuits and Systems Perspective. 4. TMH. stick notation and mask layout. simulated annealing. Moore‟s law. Marks Distribution : Sessional Works = 60. 3/e. specification of layers. H. MOS transistor characteristics. dynamic CMOS and clocked CMOS logic realization of combinational circuits using these logics. structure of NMOS and CMOS inverter.3 EC – 703 INTRODUCTION TO VLSI DESIGN Subject Code : EC – 703. End Semester Examination = 90. Principles of CMOS VLSI Design. Wayne Wolf. Volnei A. Analysis and Design Digital Integrated Circuits. Rabey. Essentials of VLSI Circuits and Systems. PHI.E. Bhaskar. RAM and ROM.

1999. The Mobile Communication Handbook. Subject Name : Digital Communication. Lindsey. Spread-spectrum (SS) communication systems: direct sequence SS systems. Sam Shanmugam. 3/e. John Wiley and Sons. 1979. PHI.Syllabus for B. UNIT – II Bandpass transmission through AWGN channel: bandwidth.Fundamentals and Applications. Coherent demodulation and detection. John Wiley and Sons. Proakis and S. Biglieri. North-Eastern Hill University. M. H. Gibson. L. QAM and FSK. -QSK. Digital Communication Techniques: Signal design and detection. McGraw-Hill. 2/e. M-array FSK. 1995. design of BL signals for controlled ISI. Reference Books: 1. Channel capacity and coding: channel models. Taub and D. 4.704.4 EC – 704 DIGITAL COMMUNICATION Subject Code : EC . synchronization in SS systems. Pearson. QAM and FSK schemes. symbol error probability in M-ary systems (MPSK. 5. 4. 4/e.non-coherent detection and error performance. probability of error in binary and M-ary PAM.PSK. Digital Modulation Techniques. power and error probability. UNIT – III Various differential PSK schemes and their error performance: DBPSK. 3. 2/e. UNIT – I Geometric representation of signal waveforms: baseband and band-pass signals. B. probability of error in ASK. Contemporary Communication Systems Engineering. Shillong – 22 Page | 59 . D. channel capacity and bounds on communication. comparison of modulation schemes. frame synchronization. Salehi. Communication Systems. 5. Priciple of Digital Transmissions. 1994. bit-error probability and symbol-error probability in MPSK and MFSK. Schilling.PSK. CRC. Sklar. offset -QSK. Haykin. K. S. Tutorial-1. 2000. C. M. Digital and Analog Communication Systems. channel coding for reliable communication. 1994. Xiang. Hinedi and W. Basic digital band-pass modulation schemes: ASK. Text Books: 1. Principles of Communication Systems. 2. F. No. J. Design of transmitter and receiver for known channel. K. 2005. MFSK). PHI. design of BL signals with zero ISI. Kluwer. Digital Communication. Program in Electronics and Communication Engineering 9. End Semester Examination = 90. channel equalization. 3. optimum receiver structures for non-coherent detection. 2001. 1986. symbol synchronization. S.partial response signals. DMPSK. Artech House. Baseband transmission through AWGN channel: binary and M-ary hypothesis testing and optimum receiver structures. G. Proakis. Questions to be answered : Any Five. Digital Communication. Simon. of Hours Per Week : Lectures-3. maximum-likelihood sequence detector (MLSD) for partial response signaling. 1999. UNIT – V Synchronization: frequency and phase synchronization. UNIT – IV Digital transmission through band-limited (BL) channel: ISI. frequency hopped SS systems.Tech. J. McGraw-Hill. 2. Questions to be set : Eight(one from each unit and remaining three covering more than one unit). constellations. Nyquist criterion for zero ISI. 2/e. S. J. Duration of End Semester Examination: Three Hours. Benedetto and E. Marks Distribution : Sessional Works = 60.

UNIT – IV Adaptive filters: Introduction. The complex cepstrum of exponential sequences. A V Oppenheim and R.P. Arbitrary rate sampler rate converter. North-Eastern Hill University. Sampling. 3/e. Realization of the Characteristic system. UNIT – III Multirate: The basic sample rate Alteration device. Examples of Homomorphic Filtering. Filters in sampler rate Alteration System.5 Elective – I: 9. P. Gradient adaptive Lattice method.Vidyanathan. S K Mitra. Discrete Hilbert transforms: Real & Imaginary Part.Syllabus for B.5. Alternative expression for complex cepstrum. 3. 3/e. The minimum mean Square Error Criterion. 2006.1 EC. TMH. Speech and Image Processing Text Books: 1.FIR. 2. 2004. John G. The polyphase Decomposition. Duration of End Semester Examination: Three Hours. Multistage Design of Decimator & interpolator. Discrete-Time Signal Processing. Examples of Adaptive filtering. Digital audio sampling rate conversion. Questions to be answered : Any Five. Z-transform. Multirate signal processing and filter banks. Subject Name : Advanced Digital Signal Processing. No. Sub-band coding . Proakis and Dimitris G. PHI. sufficiency of the FT for causal Sequences. Relationship between Magnitude & Phase. Program in Electronics and Communication Engineering 9. Reference Books: 1. 2000.Tech. UNIT – V Application of DSP: DTMF Detection. HT Relation for complex sequences. DFT. TMH. 2000. two channel quadrature mirror filter bank. Application to speech processing. Forward & Backward Lattice method. Salivahanan. of Hours Per Week : Lectures-3. 2. Sufficiency Theorems for Finite length Sequences. Digital filter banks. Shillong – 22 Page | 60 . Tutorial-1. UNIT – I Review: Discrete-Time Signals & Systems. Filter design techniques. Marks Distribution : Sessional Works = 60. Questions to be set : Eight(one from each unit and remaining three covering more than one unit). Recursive Least Square Algorithm. IIR. Digital Signal Processing. Digital Signal Processing. 1999. End Semester Examination = 90. Properties of complex Logarithm. The windrow LMS algorithm. UNIT – II Cepstrum analysis and Homomorphic Deconvolution: Definition of complex cepstrum Homomorphic Deconvolution. Digital Signal Processing. PHI.W Schafer. Nyquist filters. PHI. Manolakis.705EL-I ADVANCED DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING Subject Code : EC – 705EL-I.

TMH. of Hours Per Week : Lectures-3. ICMP. Hunt. Schaum Outline Series. HDLC. and Packet. Prasad. Token Bus (IEEE 802. SPD/O‟REILLY. International Standards. 3. 2. ISDN channels. Digital Carriers. Data Communications. Introduction to leased lines. NT2. 6. LAPB. station. Message. Forouzan.1998 North-Eastern Hill University. states. routing algorithms.25. Bit oriented (BSC) & Character oriented Protocol (SDLC. Tittel. PHI. ATM. VIKAS. Congestion Control. Computer Communication Networks. Clark. configuration. SNA. HTTP.Tech. 2.5). NT1. IP.Shortest path. 8. 2005. 2005. Miller. packet frames. Data & Network Communications. TCP/IP.2 EC – 705EL-I DATA COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS Subject Code : EC –705EL-I. Wiley Dreamtech. Shanmugam & Rajeev. access control. Gupta. Martin P.Introduction to OSI. No. Prasad. Token Ring (IEEE 802. UNIT – V Bridging & Routing: Static & Dynamic. Questions to be set : Eight(one from each unit and remaining three covering more than one unit). Scitech.Distance Vector. Computer Networks. Introduction to data security: private key. TE Devices.5. 7. facilities. UNIT – II IEEE standards. UNIT – III LAN Topology – Ethernet (IEEE 802. 2005. Tannenbaum. IBM. TCP. ARP. channel.3). End Semester Examination = 90. Text Books: 1. Duration of End Semester Examination: Three Hours. Subject Name : Data Communication Systems. Telnet. PHI.sliding window. SMTP. 3. UNIT – IV ISDN: Principles and objectives. UNIT – I Protocols.6) & FDDI.2004. WAN Topology – DQDB (IEEE 802. IP addressing. Program in Electronics and Communication Engineering 9. public key. Elementary data link protocol. Comminication Networks. 5. TA.Syllabus for B. TCP/IP Network Administration. John Wiley. Erlang‟s loss and delay system. ATM Networks Principles and Uses.Leaky bucket algorithm. fiber optic network and Data link layer. PHI.link State-Flooding.1992. Congestion control algorithm. TMH.21. Tutorial-1. 1996.frame format.RARP.1994.4). Data Communication & Networking.1998. Walrand. Reference Books: 1. DSL. LLC). Switching Technologies – Circuit. UDP. Dr.2003. Computer network Theory. Shillong – 22 Page | 61 . Prakash C. Data Communication & Network. Stallings. 4. Computer Networking. Data & Computer Communications. ISO standards. 9. TMH.1998. RS-232 C – frame format. X. Questions to be answered : Any Five. LAPD. Network layer design issues.1994. Marks Distribution : Sessional Works = 60. X. ISTE/EXCEL. FTP.

Shu Lin and Daniel J. Blahut. Chatterjee. UNIT – I Concept of mutual information. 2.D. Subject Name : Information Theory and Coding No. Hadamard codes.K. sphere packing and singleton bounds. tapes and disc. Shannon-Fano code. E. hankerson.1 EC – 706EL-II INFORMATION THEORY AND CODING Subject Code : EC . Reference Books: 1. Huffman coding and its optimality. Elements of Information Theory. Program in Electronics and Communication Engineering 9. 2004. Thomas.Syllabus for B. 1991. Addison Wesley. UNIT – V Cryptographic codes-Random number generation. CRC Press. Entropy based techniques of feature extraction in pattern recognition and image enhancements. Gover and J. Text Books: 1. Harris and P. of Hours Per Week : Lectures-3. Finite geometry codes. D. Duration of End Semester Examination: Three Hours. UNIT – III Algebraic codes-Linear Block codes. Principles of Digital Communications. galley codes. Cyclic codes-BCH codes. 3. RSA scheme and Diffie and Hellman‟s Public Key Crypto systems.A. Addison Wesley. Noiseless coding. Entropy and their properties. Marks Distribution : Sessional Works = 60.Tech. Error Control Coding. R. DES scheme. UNIT – II Kraft and McMillan‟s inequality. John Wiley and Sons. relationship between complexity of algorithms in poly-digital circuits and VLSI with algebraic coding. Ergodic and Markov sources and their entropy. PHI. Introduction to Information theory and Data Compression. North-Eastern Hill University.706EL-II. Blahut. perfect code. Wiley Eastern. G. J. Tutorial-1. fault tolerant computation with arithmetic codes and redundant number systems. Mullick and P.6 Elective – II: 9.M. 1997. T.E.K. Elias code. Theory and Practice of Error Correcting Codes. 2002.6. Exact techniques of decoding.A. 2002. 2. 1991. Questions to be set : Eight(one from each unit and remaining three covering more than one unit). Principles of Transmission of Digital Information. Costello. Johnson. S. Arithmetic coding and universal coding. UNIT – IV Codes for random access memories. Maximal distance separable codes. Das. 3. R. End Semester Examination = 90. Shillong – 22 Page | 62 . Questions to be answered : Any Five.

2005. 2005. Digital Image Processing and Analysis. Questions to be answered : Any Five. Tutorial-1. Castleman. examples of common filters. Point operations. Digital Image processing. spatial transformation and its applications. Questions to be set : Eight(one from each unit and remaining three covering more than one unit). linear point operations. 1998. Digital Image Processing. PHI. 2006. optics and system analysis. Subject Name : Digital Image Processing. grey level Interpolation. design. 2005. Filter design. Text Books: 1. geometric operations. Addison Wesley. Duration of End Semester Examination: Three Hours. Digital image processing in practice: digitalizing images. PHI 2006. Program in Electronics and Communication Engineering 9. stereo metric ranging. Lim. components. UNIT – V Measurement and classification . PHI.Tech. PHI. electronic image tubes. Gonzalez and Woods. 3. UNIT – II Histogram: Introduction to Histograms. Shillong – 22 Page | 63 . 4. Relations between histogram and image. 3. display characteristics technologies. Introduction to Algebraic operations. Discrete Time signal Processing. J.and Z-Transformed multidimensional sequences. Kenneth R. geometric operations. Digital Image Processing. Film scanning digital image displays. 4. UNIT – I Introduction to Digital Signal processing.2 EC – 706EL-II DIGITAL IMAGE PROCESSING Subject Code : EC -706EL-II. UNIT – III Digital image filtering: Convolutional filtering. Digital Image Processing. North-Eastern Hill University. of Hours Per Week : Lectures-3.Syllabus for B. and gradient based structure. truncation. R. diffraction limited optical systems. feature selection. applications. computing data. Introducing Digital Image Processing. 2. types of image digitisers. gradient optical threshold selection. measurements.6. 2. shape. ocessing sampled data. point operations and the histogram. stereoscopic image display shaded surface display. PHI. UNIT – IV Image restoration: Approaches and models. Aberrations in an imaging system. Noise modelling. Convolution operation. 1992. Mc Graw Hill. Reference Books: 1. End Semester Examination = 90. Joshi. Wint. 1994. Image segmentation by thresholding optical threshold selection. Fourier. classification 3 dimensional image processing optical sectioning. super resolution. Uses of histograms.R. Marks Distribution : Sessional Works = 60. Digital Image processing. other systems. 2/e. Chanda and Majumdar. Linear filtering theory Harmonic signals and complex signal analysis. Gonzalaz and P. No.An Algorithmic Approach.size. Oppenheim and Schaffer. applications of point operations. optional filter. characteristic of an image digitiliser. system identification DTF from degraded image spectrum.C. CAT. Jensen.

Minimum number of Experiments to be carried out: Eight. Put a time delay in between each issuing of data to port 1. Shillong – 22 Page | 64 .05 MHz. 2. Marks Distribution : Sessional Works = 20. Program in Electronics and Communication Engineering 9. Question to be answered : One experiment will be allotted to a student on lottery basis. Write a program in 8051 to perform the following a) Keep monitoring the port P2. 3. 7.Syllabus for B.Tech. To study Serial communication: (a) Synchronous and (b) asynchronous mode. Basic Programming experiments using microcontroller kit 10. 6. Introduction to the Instruction set and programming using MLASM cross assembler. 11. End Semester Examination = 30. 9. Write Program on 8051 a) To clear the accumulator & add 5 to accumulator 20 times. Write an program to convert packed BCD to ASCII code. 5.3. Dreamtech Software Team. 2002. TMH. To study the Embedded controller Environment Textbooks: 1.7 EC – 712 EMBEDDED SYSTEMS AND MICROCONTROLLER LABORATORY Subject Code : EC .2 bit until it becomes high b) When it becomes high write a value 40H to port and send a high to low pulse to P3. Write an program to add ten numbers using 8051. 2. Write an program to find no of 1‟s in a given 16 bit number using 8051. Programming For Embedded Systems Cracking The CodeTM. Embedded system. Write a program to generate a delay of 1 s assuming that the crystal frequency is 11. List of Experiments: 1. Duration of End Semester Examination: Four Hours. Raj Kamal. No.. Subject Name : Embedded Systems and Microcontroller Laboratory. North-Eastern Hill University. Write a program to toggle all the bits of port 1. Wiley Publishing Inc.712. b) Write a program to load accumulator with the value 65H & complement the accumulator 100 times. Test the code using JSIM a free ware 8051 simulator. 8. 4. 2003. of Hours Per Week : Practicals-3.

Write the VHDL code for the same and verify the output. 4. Design a retriggerable monostable output pulse for duration of 10 mS. Using a “block” statement in VHDL. 8. VHDL Primer. Using concurrent statements in VHDL. Design a Decade counter. 7. Program in Electronics and Communication Engineering 9. Write a VHDL code for the same. detect it and ask for retransmission. Design a PLA circuit. write the VHDL code to verify the output. 12. 2002. 10.8 EC – 713 VLSI DESIGN LABORATORY Subject Code : EC . PHI EEE. 3. write a code to model a BCD to 7 Segment Encoder. Shillong – 22 Page | 65 . 2. Write a “C” program to simulate the bipartitioning method by Kernighan-Lin Algorithm. For sine wave input. End Semester Examination = 30. 3. Design a monostable pulse at the start of the pulse train of duration 2 mS. Write VHDL code with “generate” statement to model a 8-bit Shift Register.713. 11. of Hours Per Week : Practicals-3. Text Books: 1. Marks Distribution : Sessional Works = 20. List of Experiments: 1. model a 16-bit Shift Register. TMH. Fundamentals of Digital Logic with VHDL Design. Write a VHDL code to model a JK Flip Flop (clocked). Design a BCD decoder to accept transmitted data serially.Syllabus for B. W. Minimum number of Experiments to be carried out: Eight. Subject Name : VLSI Design Laboratory. 2. North-Eastern Hill University. McGraw-Hill Professional. Perry. 9. 5.Tech. 3/e. VHDL : Programming By Example. Write a “C” program to simulate annealing technique for floor planning. Brown. Duration of End Semester Examination: Four Hours. 1998. 4/e. Write a “C” program to simulate MAZE running algorithms for routing. 6. decode the data and if any error. J. 2002. Douglas L. Bhaskar. No. Question to be answered : One experiment will be allotted to a student on lottery basis.

2. of Hours Per Week : Practicals-3.Tech. 7. 1998. Question to be answered : One experiment will be allotted to a student on lottery basis. 4. B. Generation and Detection of QAM. G. Generation of Channel Code using programming/ Simulator.9 EC – 714 DIGITAL COMMUNICATION LABORATORY Subject Code : EC . Generation and Detection of DMPSK. 11. Generation and Detection of PSK Generation and Detection of FSK. S. North-Eastern Hill University. Study of Spread Spectrum (SS) Transmitter. 3. An Introduction to Analog and Digital Communications. 2. Salehi. Shillong – 22 Page | 66 . Generation and Detection of QSK. New York. 9. Simulator To design a receiver for a known channel. Program in Electronics and Communication Engineering 9. To design a transmitter for a known channel.714. Duration of End Semester Examination: Four Hours. 2/e.P. Oxford University Press. Willey Eastern. 8. 1989. No. Haykin. 2005. Proakis and S. Contemporary Communication Systems Engineering. Text Books: 1. Subject Name : Digital Communication Laboratory. Generation and Detection of DBPSK. 3/e.Syllabus for B. End Semester Examination = 30. Minimum number of Experiments to be carried out: Eight. Modern Digital and Analog Communication Systems. Lathi. Generation and Detection of ASK. 5. 6. PHI. Marks Distribution : Sessional Works = 20. List of Experiments: 1. 3. J. Simulator 10.

2. AOCS. 2/e. intermodulation effects. Questions to be answered : Any Five. TT and C . Text Books: 1. CDMA UNIT – II Estimation of Channel Requirements. switching and modulation characteristics. of Hours Per Week : Lectures-3. 2. Shillong – 22 Page | 67 . Sergio Benedetto and Alan Willner. Orbital Mechanics and Launchers.Tech. Demand access in INTEL. gain and noise dependencies. 1992. Gred Keiser. wavelength range of operation. concepts of line width. FSK. SPADE.Agarwal. 3. Optical Communication Systems. noise in detection. Optical Fiber Communications. UNIT – IV Coherent systems. pin detector. UNIT – V Optical amplifiers. PHI. UNIT – I Introduction to satellite communication systems. FDMA. related noise effects.801.principles of operation. Space Craft antennas and equipment reliability. Immarsat System. saturation induced crosstalk. 1996. Coherent Optical Communications Systems. Silvello Beti. rare earth doped fiber amplifier (with special reference to erbium doped fibers). Brillouin amplifier. concepts of responsivity.semiconductor amplifier. John Wiley and Sons. DTH technology.P.LED and laser diode. phase noise. performance degradation induced by laser phase and intensity noise. No. Design of antennas. UNIT – III Optical sources. 2000. degradation induced by nonlinear effects in fiber propagation. Raman amplifier. Tracking.Principles of operation. typical receiver configurations (high impedance and trans-impedance receivers).1 EC – 801 SATELLITE AND OPTICAL COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS Subject Code : EC . Satellite Communications. John Gowar. 4. G. 1995. Tutorial-1. Questions to be set : Eight(one from each unit and remaining three covering more than one unit). Nonlinear fiber Optics. McGraw Hill. gain bandwidth. Earth Station technology. End Semester Examination = 90. 2000. sensitivity and quantum efficiency. avalanche photodiode. gain. Duration of End Semester Examination: Three Hours. Optical detectors. ASK and DPSK modulations. Bostian. 2/e. Giancarlo De Marchis and Eugenio Iannone. Optical Fiber Communication Systems.Principles of operation. John Wiley and Sons. Optical Fiber Communications. coherent systems using PSK. Academic Press. Pratt. Program in Electronics and Communication Engineering EIGHTH SEMESTER – SYLLABUS 10.Homodyne and heterodyne systems. North-Eastern Hill University. Marks Distribution : Sessional Works = 60. Reference Books: 1. signal to noise ratio. Multiple Accesses: TDMA. Artech House. Prentice Hall. Subject Name : Satellite and Optical Communication Systems. 2002. John Senior. Leonid Kazovsky. Direct Video Broadcasting. Equipments for earth station. 1993.pn detector. Spacecraft subsystems. 2/e. 3. sat TDMA Subsystem.Syllabus for B. amplifier noise. 3/e.

Tutorial-1. Capacity Analysis. Noise. Steele and L. 2/e. H. W. Spread Spectrum Techniques. Bit-error-rate and Word-error-rate. Selective Fading. 1993. Manzo. Y. 2. TDM. 1999. UNIT – V Signaling and Channel Access: Word-error-rate. Propagation path loss and fading: Causes. Shillong – 22 Page | 68 .802. Mobile Communications Design Fundamentals. 1995. John Wiley. Cellular CDMA: Narrow band and Wide band Signal Propagation. of Hours Per Week : Lectures-3.2 EC – 802 MOBILE COMMUNICATIONS Subject Code : EC . Stuber. Mobile Cellular Telecommunications. Wireless Communications. Microcell System Design. Mobile Data Communication Systems. Kluwer. Program in Electronics and Communication Engineering 10. Prediction of Propagation Loss: Measurements. 1996. C. Prentice-Hall. Duration of End Semester Examination: Three Hours. UNIT – I Representation of a mobile radio signal. Prediction over Flat terrain. Questions to be answered : Any Five. Capacities of Multiple-Access Schemes. Marks Distribution : Sessional Works = 60. Lee. Combining Techniques. Microcell Prediction Model. Field Component Diversity Antennas. End Semester Examination = 90. T. Noise. R. McGraw Hill. Cellular concept. Wong and D. Spread Spectrum and Frequency Hopping. 3. Channel Assignment. Reference Books: 1. UNIT – II Calculation of Fades: Amplitude Fades. 2. Random PM and Random FM. 1995. Wiley. G. Lee. 1996. Text Books: 1. W. Mobile Radio Interference: Co-channel and Adjacentchannel Interference. Subject Name : Mobile Communications. Microcell Systems: Conventional Cellular System. UNIT – III Frequency Plans: Channelized Schemes and Frequency re-use. Power and Field Strength. Mobile Radio Communications. FDM. 2/e. North-Eastern Hill University. Artech House. Antenna Connections. Questions to be set : Eight(one from each unit and remaining three covering more than one unit). UNIT – IV Design Parameters at Base Station: Antenna Configurations. Point-toPoint Prediction. C. Principles of Mobile Communications.Tech. Inter-symbol and Simulcast Interference. 2/e. Diversity Schemes. Types of Fading and Classification of Channels. No. Y. S. 3.Syllabus for B. Rappaport. Britland. Spectral efficiency. Inter-modulation. P. Design Parameters at Mobile Unit: Directional Antennas and Diversity Schemes: Frequency Dependency.

exceptions and exception handling. J. L. instructionlevel pipelining. On-chip memories and I/O peripherals. Approach to control unit design . 1988. Shillong – 22 Page | 69 . McGraw-Hill. M. and PA-RISC. UNIT – III Performance enhancement techniques . UNIT – IV Case studies (in brief): Intel x 86 families and the Pentium.4/e. 2. V. Questions to be set : Eight(one from each unit and remaining three covering more than one unit). Instruction set: principles and design. End Semester Examination = 90. Program in Electronics and Communication Engineering 10. fixed-cycle vs. Tutorial-1. paging. McGrawHill.FSM control and microprogrammmed control. K. SPARC. performance issues in pipelining. 1994. The data path and control unit: data path requirements for different instruction classes. interfacing I/O to the memory.3 Electives-III: 10. ADSP 21xx/ 21xxx family User's Manuals. 3. 3/e. Narosa.C. PHI. Software and hardware development tools. UNIT – I Introduction: Cost/performance issues in high performance processor design. D. TMS 320 C xx family User's Manuals. J. 2/e. M. Questions to be answered : Any Five. Hennessy: Computer Organization and Design. Space-time locality and cache memory. 1993. Texts Books: 1. Hennessy and D. McGraw-Hill. 1993. Morgan Kaufmann. Patterson: Computer Architecture . I/O Interface: I/O performance measures. Introduction to ADSP 21xx/ 21xxx family and TMS 320Cxx family DSPs. D. processor and OS. UNIT – II The arithmetic unit: arithmetic instructions and various implementations. Subject Name : Architecture of Advanced Processors No. Mano: Computer System Architecture. 1996. Hamacher et al: Computer Organization. 7. North-Eastern Hill University. 8. 1995.pipelining and memory hierarchy: data path pipelining. J. 2. virtual memory.1 EC – 803EL-III ARCHITECTURE OF ADVANCED PROCESSORS Subject Code : EC – 803EL-III. RISC architectures like MIPS. 2/e. 3. Duration of End Semester Examination: Three Hours. J. 5. UNIT – V Introduction to DSP Architectures: key issues in DSP architecture design. TLB. performance metrics. P. 1995.Syllabus for B. Flynn: Computer Architecture. Hwang: Advanced Computer Architecture. Patterson and J. 1996.Tech.the instruction-set architecture. Reference Books: 1.3. T. L. M. Tabak: Advanced Microprocessors.a deginer's text based on a generic RISC.a quantitative approach. 6. McGraw-Hill. Variable-cycle instruction implementation. Morgan Kaufmann. case studies. software pipelining. Hayes: Computer Architecture and Organization. of Hours Per Week : Lectures-3. 4. architectural abstractions. McGraw-Hill. pipelining and parallelism in instruction set. Feldman and C. Marks Distribution : Sessional Works = 60. 1994. A. Power PC. A. Retter: Computer Architecture .

2002. North-Wood Publication. 2/e. Diffusion and Confusion – stream cipher and block cipher systems. A. Introduction to Cryptography. Addison Wesley Publishing Co. Vanstone Scott A.Syllabus for B. North-Eastern Hill University. Bekker and F. John Wiley and sons. poly alphabetic. Affine transformation on monograph and digraph. Piper. 2. Mercle-Hellman. Buchman. UNIT – IV Public key Cryptography: Knapsack problem – Fermat‟s theorem – Euler‟s theorem – Euler‟s generalization of Fermat‟s theorem. Questions to be answered : Any Five. quadratic residues and reciprocity..J. Bruce Schneier. 1996. 3/e. Linear shift ciphers. RSA. Subject Name : Cipher System No. Reference Books: 1. Springer-Verlag NY. UNIT – III Viginere and Beaufort systems – theoretical and practical security. Neal Koblitz. Cryptography and data Security. 2. Cryptography and Network Security principles and Practice. transformation matrices cipher.Tech. H. 2004. Duration of End Semester Examination: Three Hours. Non alphabetic. UNIT – V New Data Encryption Standards: Simple DES-DES-IDEA-Blow fish – RC5-CAST-128 and Rijndael algorithms. Introduction to Elliptic Curve Cryptography. 1987. Marks Distribution : Sessional Works = 60. A Course in number theory and cryptography. Menezes.3. Shillong – 22 Page | 70 . van. Der Denning.1994 3. UNIT – II Simple crypto systems. PHI. Text Books: 1. Protocols. Applied Cryptography. End Semester Examination = 90. of Hours Per Week : Lectures-3. Algorithms and Source Code in C. Program in Electronics and Communication Engineering 10. 4. Congruencies. Questions to be set : Eight(one from each unit and remaining three covering more than one unit). Oorschot Paul C. 1982. 3. finite field theory. Cipher Systems: The Protection of Communication. El-Gamal systems – public key distribution protocols – Shamir‟s three pass protocol.2 EC – 803EL-III CIPHER SYSTEM Subject Code : EC – 803EL-III. Handbook of Applied Cryptography. CRC. William Stallings. 1982. Johannes A. divisibility and Euclidean algorithm. Tutorial-1. UNIT – I Number theory: Time estimates. Springer-Verlag.

Elsevier Science. carbon clusters. excitons. Text Books: 1.4 Electives-IV(Open): 10. thin film deposition and doping. Internet resources and research papers North-Eastern Hill University. Questions to be answered : Any Five. MS. 2/e. methods of synthesis. Nanomachines and Nanodevices: MEMS.Dresselhaus.g. Drexler. Physics of the solid state: structure.. White LED).1 EC – 804EL-IV NANOTECHNOLOGY Subject Code : EC – 804EL-IV. Reference Books: 1. Subject Name : Nanotechnology. 1992. metal nanoclusters.lithography. preparation of Quantum nanostructures. Springer-Verlag Heidelberg.4. size and dimensionality effects. carbon molecules-nature of the Carbon Bond. 2004. UNIT – III Carbon nanostructures: introduction. and Dots: Introduction. single electron tunneling. Nano. D. Applications of Nanotechnology: Electronic Products(e. Shillong – 22 Page | 71 . limits of size reduction. and localized particles. End Semester Examination = 90.Syllabus for B. Bharat Bushan. John-Wiley Inc. rare-gas and molecular clusters. UNIT – II Properties of individual nanoparticles: introduction. Charles P. 3. S. 2. 2003. Questions to be set : Eight(one from each unit and remaining three covering more than one unit). 5. Morinubo Endo. UNIT – IV Quantum Wells. 1996. Sumio Iijima. application of carbon nanotubes. substrate bonding. Medical. self-assembly and template manufacturing. Textile. Jr.CRC Press. UNIT – I Introduction: why nanotechnology. No. John Wiley and Sons Inc.and Microelectromechanical Systems. Poole. Program in Electronics and Communication Engineering 10.e-beam and nanoimprint fabrication. of Hours Per Week : Lectures-3. 2001. Duration of End Semester Examination: Three Hours. Carbon Nanotubes. new Carbon Structures. Pargamon. Wires(nanowires). NEMS. Handbook of Nanotechnology. 6. Marks Distribution : Sessional Works = 60. K. UNIT – V Nanofabrication Techniques: basic microfabrication techniques:. etching and substrate removal. Wiley-VCH Verlag. 4. nanofabrication techniques:. 2007. Edward L Wolf. Frank J Owens. Introduction to Nanotechnology. Moore‟s law. Nanophysics and Nanotechnology.Tech. semiconducting nanoparticles. scanning probe techniques. Tutorial-1.E. Nanosystems. epitaxy and strain engineering. carbon nanotubes. Lyshevski. energy bands.

Tutorial-1. Applied Biomedical Instruments. blood pressure and heart rate. ventilators and intensive care units. Duration of End Semester Examination: Three Hours. Raja Rao and S. Marks Distribution : Sessional Works = 60. incorporation of safety aspects in biomedical instruments.S. Ltd. 1974.Tech. 1983. Longman. Diagnostic methods. electrical shock hazards. computerized automatic analysis. Cobbold. India. Electrodes for recording ECG. 2. ultrasound. their origin and applications in medical diagnosis. 3/e.2 EC – 804EL-IV BIOMEDICAL INSTRUMENTATION Subject Code : EC – 804EL-IV. Singapore Publishers Pvt. Krieger Publishing Co. Universities Press. EEG and EMG signals. 2004.C. Prentice Hall. No. Surgical diathermy machines. Questions to be set : Eight(one from each unit and remaining three covering more than one unit). 2. Freds Weibell and Erich A. CT and MRI. UNIT – III Biotelemetry. Subject Name : Biomedical Instrumentation. Program in Electronics and Communication Engineering 10. Merits of these methods. Handbook of Biomedical Engineering. Text Books: 1. Biomedical Instruments and Measurements. John R. Pfiffer. A/D and D/A converter interfaces to the PC. instrumentation amplifiers UNIT – II Signal conditioners. UNIT – I Action potential ECG.G. Lasers and applications of lasers in medical diagnostics and therapy. 3. pacemakers. EEG and EMG signals. Questions to be answered : Any Five. of Hours Per Week : Lectures-3. Patient safety.Syllabus for B. Leslie Cromwell.K. Geddes and Baker.Hampton. Wiley.4. Khandput. made easy. 5/e. 2004. their characteristics. Biomedical Transducers. R. The E. Reference Books: 1. C. defibrillators. UNIT – V Prosthesis and prosthetic devices. North-Eastern Hill University. UNIT – IV Transducers for physiological parameter reading. 1980.. measurements of body temperature. Guha. 1992. Principles of Medical Electronics and Biomedical Instrumentation. End Semester Examination = 90. Shillong – 22 Page | 72 . Tata McGraw Hill. 3. monitoring biological parameters from a distance.

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