YEAR – 2009






Course Structure – III Year
Objective: Paper Code 1006/21 1006/22 1006/23 1006/24 1006/25 1006/26 1006/27 700/1 701/1 Paper Name Microprocessor Power Electronics Signal & System Probability & Random Processes Microprocessor Lab Power Electronics Lab Signal & System Lab Extra - Curricular Activities Community Development Activities Max. Marks 100 100 100 100 50 50 50 50* 50* Total Credit C 5 5 4 4 2 2 2 1 1 L 5 5 4 4 26 T P 4 4 4 2 2

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C represents number of Credit per subject.  L, P, T represents number of Lecture, Practical & Tutorial Hours respectively in a week per subject.  Week implies six working days.  *Extra-Curricular Activities and Community Development Activities will be credited in grades instead of marks.

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Paper Code 1006/28 1006/29 1006/30 1006/31 120/3 1006/32 1006/33 700/1 701/1 Paper Name Introduction to VLSI Design Digital signal processing Computer Architecture Control systems Women Laws Management VLSI Design Lab Digital Signal processing Lab Extra - Curricular Activities Community Development Activities Max. Marks 100 100 100 100 50 50 50 50* 50* Total Credit Note:  C 5 5 5 5 2 2 2 1 1 L 5 5 5 5 2 28 T P 4 4 2 2

C represents number of Credit per subject.  L, P, T represents number of Lecture, Practical & Tutorial Hours respectively in a week per subject.  Week implies six working days.  *Extra-Curricular Activities and Community Development Activities will be credited in grades instead of marks.

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Paper Code 1006/34 1006/35 1006/36 1006/37 Paper Name Telecommunication networks Microwave Engineering-I Microwave Engineering-I Lab Industrial Training & Presentation Max. Marks 100 100 50 200 Total Credit C 4 4 2 1 L 4 4 T P 4

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C represents number of Credit per subject. L, P, T represents number of Lecture, Practical & Tutorial Hours respectively in a week per subject.  Week implies six working days.  *Extra-Curricular Activities and Community Development Activities will be credited in grades instead of marks.

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Page 5 of 45 .JAYOTI VIDYAPEETH WOMEN’S UNIVERSITY. T represents number of Lecture. Practical & Tutorial Hours respectively in a week per subject.  *Extra-Curricular Activities and Community Development Activities will be credited in grades instead of marks.  L.Curricular Activities Community Development Activities Max. JAIPUR X – TRIMESTER Paper Code 1006/38 1006/39 1006/40 1006/41 1006/42 1006/43 700/1 701/1 Paper Name Embedded Systems Computer Communication Networks Microwave Engineering-II Neural Network Embedded Systems Lab Microwave Engineering-II Lab Extra . P.  Week implies six working days. Marks 100 100 100 100 50 50 50* 50* Total Credit Note:  C 5 5 5 5 2 2 1 1 L 5 5 5 5 26 T P 4 4 2 2 C represents number of Credit per subject.

Marks 100 100 100 50 50 50* 50* Total Credit C 5 5 5 2 2 5 1 1 L 5 5 5 2 26 T P 4 1 0 2 2 Note:  C represents number of Credit per subject. T represents number of Lecture. Page 6 of 45 .Curricular Activities Community Development Activities Max.JAYOTI VIDYAPEETH WOMEN’S UNIVERSITY.  Week implies six working days.TRIMESTER Paper Code 1006/44 1006/45 1006/46 120/2 1006/47 1006/48 700/1 701/1 Paper Name Fiber Optics Communication IC Technology Antenna & Radio wave propagation Disaster Management Antenna Lab Minor Project Extra . JAIPUR XI.  *Extra-Curricular Activities and Community Development Activities will be credited in grades instead of marks. Practical & Tutorial Hours respectively in a week per subject.  L. P.

Page 7 of 45 .Curricular Activities Community Development Activities Max.  *Extra-Curricular Activities and Community Development Activities will be credited in grades instead of marks. Practical & Tutorial Hours respectively in a week per subject. JAIPUR XII – TRIMESTER Paper Code 1006/49 1006/50 1006/51 1006/52 700/1 701/1 Paper Name Image processing Wireless Communication Wireless Communication Lab Major Project Extra .  L.JAYOTI VIDYAPEETH WOMEN’S UNIVERSITY. T represents number of Lecture. Marks 100 100 50 200 50* 50* Total Credit Note:  C 5 5 2 8 1 1 L 5 5 22 T P 4 1 6 2 2 C represents number of Credit per subject. P.  Week implies six working days.

8255. Instruction & Timings: Instruction classification.VII 3.Microprocessors Page 8 of 45 Microprocessor . Software controlled serial I/O. Memory mapped and peripheral mapped I/O. (15 Hrs) Recommended Books: 1. ADC0801. (10 Hrs. Programming and interfacing of DMA controller 8257. counters & time delays. addressing modes. Instructions related to stack operations.1. data transfer instructions. Instruction timings and status. Introduction to 8085 based microcomputer system. programming and interfacing of 8253 and 8259A with 8085 microprocessor. Description.) UNIT II Programming & Programming Techniques of the 8085: 8085instruction set. programming & interfacing of 8155. Marks: 100 UNIT I The 8085 Microprocessor: Block diagram. JAIPUR III Year Detail Syllabus Trimester. (15 Hrs. Serial I/O & Bus stands: Interfacing of AD558. instruction formats.1 Paper Code:1006/21 Max. Description. 0808 with 8085. Looping. logic & branch operations. control signals & flags. AD7522. Description of simple systems using above chips. Interrupts. Basic concepts in serial I/O.JAYOTI VIDYAPEETH WOMEN’S UNIVERSITY.A/D and D/A converters. arithmetic. Rotate & compare. Interfacing Concepts & Peripherals: Basic interfacing concepts. RS232C and standard parallel port of PC. pins & their description. demultiplexing of buses. and 8279 with 8085. Subroutines. Description. Gaonkar.) UNIT III Direct memory Access: Basic concepts f DMA techniques. counting and indexing.

Power Electronics Systems. (15 Hrs.By Agarwal ( Pearson Education India) Reference Books: 1. Mathur Introduction to Microprocessors 3. JAIPUR References Books: 1. IGBTS. power transistor. Power Electronics – By P. String efficiency.Construction and its characteristics.Line commutation and different commutation circuits. Rating and rating extension by series/parallel operation. Methods of turning on and turning off.C. Single phase to single phase . Sen Page 9 of 45 .Basic chopper circuits .JAYOTI VIDYAPEETH WOMEN’S UNIVERSITY. (15 Hrs) Recommended Books: 1. Industrial Electronics-By G. (10 Hrs) UNIT III CHOPPERS AND CYCLOCONVERTERS:. P. Mittal 2. Marks: 100 Power Electronics UNIT I Semiconductor power devices:-Characteristics of power diodes.) UNIT II CONTROLLED RECTIFIERS:-Single and Three phase half wave and full wave controlled rectifiers. Protection of SCRs against overcurrent and voltages surges. Specification and ratings. TRIAC. SCR:.three phase to single phase and three phase to three phase cycloconverter circuits. and SCS. Simple firing circuit using UJTs. DIAC.K. Hall. V. Principle of operation of cycloconverter. three phase bridge rectifier circuits . 2 and 4 quadrant choppers.Microprocessor & Interfacing 2.2 Paper Code: 1006/22 Max.Effect of flywheel diode COMMUTATION CIRCUITS:.1.

Signal representation: signal space and orthogonal bases (15 Hrs) UNIT III Page 10 of 45 . elementary signals. periodicity and absolute integrability.3 Signal & Systems Paper Code: 1006/23 Max. stability. Systems: classification of systems. signal properties: symmetry. system representation using differential and difference equations. response to an arbitrary input: convolution. time/shiftinvariance.JAYOTI VIDYAPEETH WOMEN’S UNIVERSITY. (10 Hrs) UNIT II Continuous-time linear time invariant (LTI) and discrete-time linear shift invariant (LSI) systems: impulse response and step response.1. Eigen functions of LTI/ LSI systems. Power Electronics.By Dubey 3. system properties: linearity. shifting and inversion. causality. signal operations: scaling. JAIPUR 2.Ramamurthy 3. Marks: 100 UNIT I Signals: classification of signals. frequency response and its relation to the impulse response. Power Electronics.

References Books: 1. 4/e. properties. “Network Analysis”.sets. aliasing. 2003.S. transform-domain analysis of LTI/LSI systems.JAYOTI VIDYAPEETH WOMEN’S UNIVERSITY. (10 Hrs) Page 11 of 45 . continuous-time Fourier transform and its properties. Van Valkenburg. characteristic and moment-generating functions. Fannin. Parseval's relation.H.S. Oxford University Press. 3. set operations. Tranter and D.mean. R. Bayes’ rule. Roberts. JAIPUR Fourier series representation of continuous-time and discrete-time signals. "Signals and Systems Continuous and Discrete". 3/e. A. 1998. functions of a random variable. region of convergence. 1998. Barry van Veen. probability density functions. Laplace transform and Z-transform: definition. J. W. expectation . 3. first-order hold. Prentice Hall of India. timebandwidth product. B. signal reconstruction: ideal interpolator. Tata McGraw Hill. Nawab. sigma and Borel fields. E.4. "Fundamentals of Signals and Systems". variance and moments. discrete and mixed random variables. 2. zero-order hold. 2007. relative-frequency and axiomatic definitions of probability. "Signals and Systems". Simon Haykin. Sampling: sampling theorem. Prentice Hall of India. M. M. discrete Fourier transform and its properties. Lathi. Oppenheim. classical. "Signals and Systems".R. continuous. Marks: 100 UNIT I Introduction to probability: mathematical background . discrete-time Fourier transform and its properties.1. total probability. Prentic Hall1998.F. 4. Ziemer. A. random variables: cumulative distribution function. probability mass function. independence. stability (15 Hrs) Recommended Books: 1. Willsky and H."Signal Processing and Linear Systems". conditional probability.V. John Wiley and Sons.Probability And Random Processes Paper Code:1006/24 Max. 2006. P. repeated trials. relations among various Fourier representations. 2. system function: poles and zeros.

Page 12 of 45 . functions. Probability Random Variables and Stochastic Processes. Bayes’ rule for continuous and mixed random variables.mean vector and covariance matrix. random vector. JAIPUR UNIT II Chebyshev.5 Microprocessor Lab Paper Code: 1006/25 Max. conditional expectation.independent. Probability and Random Processes for Electrical Engineering.linear minimum mean-square error and orthogonality principle. Peebles. References: 1. Random Variables and Random Signal Principles. P. sequence of random variables: almost sure and mean-square convergences. Pillai. McGraw-Hill. uncorrelated and orthogonal random variables. (15 Hrs) UNIT III probabilistic structure of a random process. stationarity. (15 Hrs) Recommended Books: 1. autocorrelation and auto covariance functions. 2. H. Stark and J. Gaussian and Rayleigh. joint moments. spectral factorization theorem. Marks: 50 1. sum of two independent random variables. 2000.U. Study the hardware. cross-power spectral density. elements of estimation theory. examples of random processes: white noise. function of two random variables. convergences in probability and in distribution. time averages and ergodicity. 2. covariance and correlation. Probability. 2/e. Gaussian. multivariate Gaussian distribution.JAYOTI VIDYAPEETH WOMEN’S UNIVERSITY.strict-sense stationary and wide-sense stationary (WSS) processes: autocorrelation and cross-correlation functions. Poisson. linear time-invariant systems with WSS process as an input. Probability and Random Processes with Applications to Signal Processing. McGraw Hill.time and frequency domain analyses. 1993. Leon Garcia. 4/e. spectral representation of a real WSS process-power spectral density.Z. binomial. 4/e. 2002. A. uniform.1. special random variables-Bernoulli. random process: discrete and continuous time processes. joint distribution and density functions. Woods. 2002.W. central limit theorem. mean. Poisson and Markov processes. Papoulis and S. Prentice Hall. memory structure and operation of 8085 microprocessor kit. A. 3. laws of large numbers. Addison-Wesley. Markov and Chernoff bounds.

8. Program for rolling display of message “INDIAN”. Program to perform following conversion: (i) BCD to ASCII (ii) BCD to Hexadecimal 7. To insert a number at correct place in a sorted array. 3. 4. Program to generate and sum 15 fibanocci numbers.6 Power Paper Code: 1006/26 Max. Program to multiply two 8-bit numbers. Marks: 50 Electronics Lab Page 13 of 45 . 9. 5. Searching a number in an array and finding its parity. 3. Transfer of a block of data in memory to another place in memory in the direct and reverse order. 11. Program to perform integer division: (i) 8-bit by 8-bit (ii) 16-bit by 8-bit.JAYOTI VIDYAPEETH WOMEN’S UNIVERSITY. JAIPUR 2. Sorting of array in: (i) Ascending (ii) Descending order 6.1.

3 Study and obtain the characteristics of Diac. 2. 1.4 V-I characteristics.1 Observe the terminal configuration. 1.1 R-triggering circuit. 11 Perform experiment on Motor control – open loop & closed loop. 7 Study and obtain the waveforms for voltage-commutated chopper.3 Measure latching and holding current.2 Measure the breakdown voltage. 2. 9 Perform experiment on single phase PWM inverter. Study the characteristics of SCR. 8 Study and obtain the waveforms for current-commutated chopper. 6 Study and obtain the waveforms for single-phase fully controlled bridge converter. boost and buck-boost regulators. 4 Study and obtain the waveforms for single-phase half-wave controlled converter. 10 Perform experiment on buck.JAYOTI VIDYAPEETH WOMEN’S UNIVERSITY.3 UJT triggering circuit.2 R-C triggering circuit. Page 14 of 45 . JAIPUR 1. 5 Study and obtain the waveforms for single-phase half controlled symmetrical and asymmetrical bridge converters. 2 Perform experiment on triggering circuits for SCR. 2. 1. 1.

7 Signal & Systems Lab Paper Code: 1006/27 Max. 5. 4. Find mean and variance for the above distributions Page 15 of 45 . Generation of Exponential and Ramp signals in Continuous & Discrete domain. (c) Gaussion distributions: N (mx. 1). Marks: 50 Simulation in MATLAB Environment: 1. Generation of continuous and discrete elementary signals (periodic and nonperiodic) using mathematical expression. 3. JAIPUR 3. Generation of Continuous and Discrete Unit Step Signal. 2. Continuous and discrete time Convolution (using basic definition). Adding and subtracting two given signals.1. means and variances for following (a) Rayleigh distribution (b) Normal distributions: N(0. To generate a random binary wave. To plot the probability density functions. (Continuous as well as Discrete signals) 6. To generate uniform random numbers between (0.1). 7. σx2) 9.JAYOTI VIDYAPEETH WOMEN’S UNIVERSITY. 8. To generate random sequences with arbitrary distributions.

Pulse Based Registers. CMOS Digital Integrated Circuits Analysis and Design. Single Phase clock designs.M. layout design rules. Pearson Education India. Two Phase vs. (15 Hrs) UNIT III Sequential Circuits Design: Classification. Capacitance Estimation. Weste and D. Analysis and Design of Digital Integrated Circuits in Deep submicron Technology. H. Page 16 of 45 . integration density and Moore’s law. Digital Integrated Circuits. A. References: 1. Harris. VTC Parameters (DC Characteristics). Interconnects: Resistance. Testing in VLSI: Defects. Rabaey. Dynamic Logic Design Considerations. Static Latches and Register. Bi-CMOS fabrication process. N. 3/e. delays. Latch-up immune designs. Kang and Leblevici. SRAM Cell Design. 2. Short-Circuit and Leakage Components of Energy and Power. Marks: 100 UNIT I Issues and Challenges in Digital IC Design: general overview of design hierarchy. DRAM Design. 2004. Fault Models. 2/e. (10 Hrs) UNIT II CMOS Propagation Delay. Race Condition. D.JAYOTI VIDYAPEETH WOMEN’S UNIVERSITY. noise considerations in dynamic design Power Dissipation in CMOS Logic. Domino and NORA designs. Switching. DCVSL. JAIPUR VIII-Trimester 3. Parasitic Capacitance Estimation. Pass Transistor.2. Combinational Logic Design: Static CMOS Construction. Chandrakasan and B. Single Ended Sense Amplifier. CMOS p-well and n-well processes. 3/e. Prentice Hall of India. CMOS VLSI Design: A Circuits and Systems Perspective. Parameters. Jackson. Saleh. 2007.A Design Perspective.1 Introduction To VLSI Design Paper Code:1006/28 Max. Transmission Gate Logic. R. 2003. layers of abstraction. MOSFET fabrication: basic steps of fabrication. Differential Sense Amplifiers. A. CMOS Inverter: MOS Device Model with Sub-micron Effects. J. 2. (15 Hrs) Recommended Books: 1. Hodges. Semiconductor memories: nonvolatile and volatile memory devices. Layout of an Inverter. flash memories. G. VLSI design styles. Dynamic Latches and Registers. McGraw Hill. Nikolic.

fast Fourier transform (FFT) algorithms (radix-2. Structures for discrete-time systems.K. Finite wordlength effects in digital filters: Fixed and floating point representation of numbers. Ingle and J. (10 Hrs) UNIT II Frequency selective filters: Ideal filter characteristics.2Digital Signal Processing Paper Code:1006/29 Max. V. W. 2. 2007. (15 Hrs) Recommended Books: 1. Modern VLSI Design . systems and their classification. Cengage. finite wordlength effects in coefficient representation. 4/e. P. Prentice Hall India. DFT relations. Page 17 of 45 . bandpass and bandstop filters. Uyemura. Manolakis. Design of IIR filters using impulse invariance. 4. JAIPUR 3/e. transfer function.JAYOTI VIDYAPEETH WOMEN’S UNIVERSITY. highpass. Digital Signal Processing: Principles. McGraw Hill. analysis of discrete time LTI systems: impulse response. G.System on Chip design. References: 1. DFT properties. decimation-in-time. 2/e. difference equation. all-pass filters. 3. Proakis. V. 2002. Proakis and D. DTFS and Z-transform. 3. A. frequency sampling. Pearson Education. “Digital signal processing with MATLAB”. Algorithms and Applications. notch filters. 3/e. Oppenheim and R. Design of FIR and IIR filters: Design of FIR filters using windows. J. Paley-Wiener criterion. Marks: 100 UNIT I Review of discrete time signals. lowpass. John Wiley & Sons (Asia). Pearson Education. systems and transforms: Discrete time signals. 2003. W. quantization noise in signal representations. (15 Hrs) UNIT III Discrete Fourier Transform (DFT): Computational problem. J.2. basic structures for FIR and IIR systems. G. DTFT. 2004. 2004.G. roundoff noise. frequency response. linear convolution using DFT. Discrete-Time Signal Processing. Shafer. Introduction to VLSI Circuits and Systems. Wolf. decimation-in-frequency). SQNR computation and limit cycle.

Bose. Multiprocessors: Characteristics of microprocessors.JAYOTI VIDYAPEETH WOMEN’S UNIVERSITY. Direct memory access. Associative memory. (10 Hrs) UNIT II Input. A. J. 2. Tata McGrawHill. John Wiley and Sons. Mano: Computer system architecture. Hayes: Computer Architecture & Organization. Design and Applications. 2006. Digital Signal Processing: A computer-Based Approach. 5. 2003. 6. (15 Hrs) UNIT III Main memory. Rounding methods. Cache memory. Floating-point arithmetic. John Wiley and Sons. 2002. subtraction. Overflow & underflow. 2005. I/O interrupts. Cavicchi. 4. 3. Singapore. 2. Decimal arithmetic. Digital Filters: Analysis. Memory management hardware. L. Inc. MGH. Gold.. T.. Digital Signal Processing. Antoniou. multiplication & division.3 Computer Architecture Paper Code: 1006/30 Max. Interconnection structures. Rabiner and B. Page 18 of 45 . New Delhi. JAIPUR 2008. Digital Signal and Image Processing. PHI. Prentice Hall India. Inc. Mitra. Marks: 100 UNIT I Digital Computer Arithmetic: Fixed-point addition. (15 Hrs) Recommended Books: 1. Tata McGraw Hill. Data transfer techniques. 2004. Virtual memory. S. 3.Output Organization: Peripheral devices. I/O processors & communication. R.2. Bus interface. Interprocessor arbitration. Singapore. Theory and Application of Digital Signal Processing. 3/e. Memory Organization: Memory Hierarchy. K. T.

signal flow graph and Mason’s gain formula. diagonalisation. sensitivity. Computer Architecture. frequency-domain and state-variable models.JAYOTI VIDYAPEETH WOMEN’S UNIVERSITY. controller design based on root-locus and frequency response plots. lag-lead. relative stability. equivalence between frequency and time-domain representations. block diagram. control system characteristics: stability.2. controller types: lag. (15 Hrs) UNIT II Bode and Nyquist plots.4 Control Systems Paper Code: 1006/31 Max. stability analysis: Routh-Hurwitz test.A quantitative approach 2. lead. PID and variants of PID. modern design techniques: canonical state-variable models. MGH. time and frequency response of first and second order systems. Hennessy Patterson. state Page 19 of 45 . pole placement by state feedback. disturbance rejection and steady-state accuracy. root locus. 3. (15 Hrs) UNIT III Controllability and observability. Marks: 100 UNIT I Modeling of physical systems: time-domain. Cavanagh: Digital Computer Arithmetic. JAIPUR References Books: 1.

Wiley. Tata McGraw-Hill. 2008 2. 8/e. E. K. Prentice Hall India. NHRC. JAIPUR feedback with integral control. B. Mahila Courts. Kuo. stress should be laid on . M. 3. 2002. various social security legislations. etc. Modern Control Engineering.JAYOTI VIDYAPEETH WOMEN’S UNIVERSITY.Fundamental Rights. Gopal. 3/e. D. 2. Prentice Hall.5 Women Laws Management Paper Code: 120/3 Max. State Commissions etc. (10 Hrs) Recommended Books: 1. Crime Against Women Cells. Franklin. Participation in Panchayats. Constitutional Remedies (Writs). Lok Adalats. (10 Hrs) UNIT III Page 20 of 45 . 2006. Ogata. various modes of dispute settlement Mechanisms i. Control Systems. J. Marks: 50 UNIT I Introduction/Overview: The meaning of law. Powell and A.e. Electoral Law. observer and observer based state feedback control. NCW. References: 1. free legal aid to the poor. Voting Rights for Women.2. G.Apart from others. Feedback Control of Dynamic Systems. 2006. Family Courts. (10 Hrs) UNIT II Women and the Constitution:. Automatic Control Systems. Indian Evidence Act. F. Emami-Naeini. C.

rights of arrested persons including the Right to bail.A Design Perspective. Foster. Inverter characteristics. child rape and child abuse etc some recently decided cases may be discussed in detail. Basic gates using different design styles. Arrest warrant. Publisher Women. may be discussed with the help of case law in a more Practical manner (10 Hrs) UNIT IV Criminal Law of Women and Procedure in Action: Offences of dowry. Right to Property and Succession.challenges and strategies.2. Guardianship. 2/e. Characterization of CMOS Ring Oscillator. 4-bit sign magnitude adder. molestation. Rabaey. grounds of arrest. Arrest. Differential amplifier design and characteristics.s Publishing Company 1913 3. Page 21 of 45 . FPGA implementation and testing. NMOS and PMOS characteristics. A.JAYOTI VIDYAPEETH WOMEN’S UNIVERSITY. Recommended Books: 1. Digital Integrated Circuits. powers of police.6 VLSI Design Lab Paper Code: 1006/32 Max. unmarried mother And the legitimacy of her children. Marks:50 Model Parameter extraction for a diode and MOSFET. (A Source book) by Hajira Kumar and jaimon varghese. Procedure for seeking redressal to be explained along with visits to police station. 2003. Basic memory cells. Issue. Lok Adalats field studies (10 Hrs) Recommended Books: 1. the immediate procedure to be adopted in case of violation of Rights available etc. Nikolic. rape. Divorce. courts.Marriage Law. Maintenance. Layout of discrete components. Design of a 1-bit Shift Register. comparator. Women’s Empowermen. PHI. Adoption. Family Laws. Regency References: The legal rights of women by Lemuel H. kinds of offences (bailable and non-bailable). Current and voltage references. Separation. JAIPUR Women & Family Laws & Women in Custody:. M. Chandrakasan and B. 4-bit Multiplier cells.

2006. 2. 5/e. PHI. Allen and D. 2/e. 3/e. E. References: 1. Fundamentals of Logic Design. 8/e. Digital systems design using VHDL. CMOS Analog Circuit Design. 2006. 1997. Page 22 of 45 . Introduction to PSpice Using OrCAD for Circuits and Electronics. The experiments are to be done on ADSP 21XX/TMS320C6XXX DSP Trainer Kit. 3. 2007.. Muhammad H. design and implementation of finite impulse response (FIR) and infinite impulse response (IIR) filters. Oxford University Press.JAYOTI VIDYAPEETH WOMEN’S UNIVERSITY.7 Digital Signal Processing Lab Paper Code: 1006/33 Max. Thomson Learning Inc. Rashid. vector operations. R. sampling and quantization. Charles H Roth Jr. multiplication. Marks:50 Familiarization of DSP development environments. 3. Charles H Roth Jr. basic experiments on signal addition. P. Holberg.. Thomson Learning Inc. JAIPUR 2.2.

IX-Trimester 3. 2000 (www. Texas Instruments. Singapore.com). Ingle and J.mathworks.3.ti. Digital signal processing using MATLAB. MATLAB and Signal Processing Toolbox User's Guide (www. Marks: 100 UNIT I Page 23 of 45 .com).JAYOTI VIDYAPEETH WOMEN’S UNIVERSITY. K. G. JAIPUR Recommended Books: 1. 2. 2. ADSP 21XX Family User's Manual (www. Thompson Brooks/Cole. TMS320C6XXX CPU and Instruction Set Reference Guide. Proakis.analog. V.com). 2007. References: 1.1 Telecommunication Networks Paper Code: 1006/34 Max.

Lattics filter section. reflection coefficient and standing wave ratio. Marks: 100 UNIT I Page 24 of 45 . 3. equivalent circuits. Characteristics of quarter wave. Losses in transmission line. Ladder type. symmetrical and Asymmetrical two port networks. Distortion less and dissipation less lines..JAYOTI VIDYAPEETH WOMEN’S UNIVERSITY. constant K-section. W. m-derived filter sections. πsection. References: 1. JAIPUR TRANSMISSION LINE: Types of transmission lines. π-section & T-section attenuators. Transmission line applications.3. Transmission equalizers Filters. infinite line. Different Attenuators. (15 Hrs. Umesh Sinha.) UNIT III ATTENUATORS & FILTERS: Elements of telephone transmission networks. stub matching. measurement of attenuation. Impedance matching Network. Frezer. Single & double Stub matching. SWR of line with different type of terminations. insertion loss. Transmission lines at audio and radio frequencies.) UNIT II TRANSMISSION LINE APPLICATIONS: Smith chart and its application. line constant. (15 Hrs.) Recommended Books: 1.2 Microwave Engineering-I Paper Code: 1006/35 Max. T-section filter. half wave and lines of other lengths. Dhanpat rai publication. general transmission line equation. Telecommunication. Coaxial cables. (10 Hrs. Measurement of parameters of transmission line. and reflection on a line.

Foundation for microwave engineering TMH 2nd Edition “Microwave Engineering”. Applegate diagram and Application of two cavity klystron. probe phase shatters Waveguide tees. Velocity modulation power output and frequency characteristics of a Reflex klystron. Application and practical considerations.JAYOTI VIDYAPEETH WOMEN’S UNIVERSITY. Srivastava Page 25 of 45 . Loop. Microwave signal propagation. Construction. mixers and detectors Waveguide corners. bends and twists. Magic tees S parameters and its conversion with z & y parameters Hybrid rings. Q of cavity resonators.Devid. Excitation of modes in Rectangular Waveguide. (10 Hrs) UNIT III Klystron: Construction and operation of two cavity and multi cavity klystrons. Directional couplers. Field patterns & TEM modes of propagation.F. TMH Publisher “Microwave Engineering”. (15 Hrs) UNIT II Waveguide Components: Rectangular and Circular Cavity resonators.Gupta.” PH1 3rd Edition. Waveguides: Rectangular Waveguides: Solution of TE and TM modes in Rectangular Waveguide. (15 Hrs) Recommended Books: Liao S. Power transmission and Attenuation in Rectangular Waveguide.Y “microwave devices and circuits. Microwave engineering by Annapurna Das. JAIPUR Introduction: Introduction of Microwave Electromagnetic spectrum. Pozar Reference Books: Collin. R. Circular Waveguide: Basic idea of TE and TM modes. M. Transit time effect and Applications of Microwave and Microwave hazards. Velocity modulation and electron bunching (analytical treatment). working and operation of Reflex klystron.

2. Measurement of frequency and wavelength in a rectangular waveguide. 3. detector & VSWR meter. Study of various microwave components and instruments like frequency meter. Measurement of VSWR (small as well as large values) & reflection coefficient. Paper Page 26 of 45 . attenuator. 4. 5.3. Measure an unknown impedance with smith chart. Marks: 50 1.JAYOTI VIDYAPEETH WOMEN’S UNIVERSITY. JAIPUR 3. Draw V-I characteristics of microwave source like Gunn diode/ Reflex Klystron.3 Microwave engineering Lab-1 Code: 1006/36 Max.

JAIPUR 3. Marks: 200 Industrial Training & Presentation will include the tanning in different Industries related to their interest in Electronics.3.JAYOTI VIDYAPEETH WOMEN’S UNIVERSITY. Communication & instrumentations. Paper Page 27 of 45 .4 Industrial Training & Presentation Code: 1006/37 Max.

CISC and RISC architectures. open source core (LEOX). Symes. DRAM. ADC & DAC. NXP Semiconductors. Wolf. ARM Limited.1. (15 Hrs) Recommended Books: 1. inter-process communication. Elsevier. A. counters. Product data sheet LPC 2141/42/44/46/48. system bus configuration. ARM versions. 2. displays and touch screens. priorities and latency. scheduling polices. "ARM system developer's guide: Designing and optimizing system software". supervisor modes. 2/e. I/O devices: timers. and C. D. ARM processor fundamentals: Introduction to microprocessors and microcontrollers. exceptions. ROM. ARM interrupts vectors. Reference Books: 1. (15 Hrs) UNIT II CPUs: Input/output mechanisms. Sloss. co-processors. traps. Elsevier. "Computers as components: Principles of embedded computing system design". 2. embedded system design & modeling with unified markup language (UML). Processes and Operating Systems: multiple tasks and multiple processes. Wright. 2008. N. cache memory and memory management. W. (10 Hrs) UNIT III Memory devices: memory device configuration. 2008. interrupts and real time operations. assembly language. RTOS. JAIPUR Trimester X 4. ARM instruction set: programming model. Marks: 100 UNIT I Introduction: Introduction to embedded systems with examples. ARM7TDMI Technical Reference Manual. isolated and memory mapped IO.1 Embedded Systems Paper Code: 1006/38 Max.JAYOTI VIDYAPEETH WOMEN’S UNIVERSITY. Page 28 of 45 . keyboards. RAM.

Network Layer: Routing algorithms.11 WiFi MAC protocol. Internet routing. IEEE 802. A Top-Down Approach.2 Computer Communication Networks Code: 1006/39 Max. symmetric and public key cryptography.3. OSPF. JAIPUR 3. J. Store-&-Forward operation. Internet Checksum and Cyclic Redundancy Codes for error detection. ETHERNET. “C Programming for Embedded Systems”. RARP. Link State and Distance Vector routing. W. IEEE 802. Kirk Zurell. Elsevier. (10 Hrs) Recommended Books: 1.F. 5. Ross: Computer Networking. 2000. McGraw Hill. Pearson/Addison Wesley.16 WiMAX. 2/e. BGP. 1999. Leon-Garcia and I. authentication and use of trusted intermediaries. parity checks. Reference Books: Page 29 of 45 . Gigabit ETHERNET. Michael Barr. CIDR. Overview of TCP/IP operation. NAT and Mobile IP. IEEE 802.1. error detection. 2008. Widjaja: Communication Networks. O'Really. RIP. subnetting. 2004. CMP Books. Pure and Slotted ALOHA. 4/e. (15 Hrs) UNIT II Media Access Control (MAC): MAC for wired and wireless Local Area Networks (LAN). Jack Ganssle. IPv6 summary. Marks: 100 UNIT I Paper Introduction: Basics of Data Communications for networking. 4. Security for Wi-Fi systems. addressing. "The art of designing embedded systems". ICMP. IPv4 protocol. CSMA/CA.JAYOTI VIDYAPEETH WOMEN’S UNIVERSITY. Kurose and K. Layered network architecture. 2008. ARP. Packet switching. Flow control and ARQ strategies. “Programming Embedded Systems in C and C++”. fragmentation and reassembly. Fast ETHERNET. 2. certificates. 4. 2/e. (15 Hrs) UNIT III Network Security: Basics of cryptographic systems. HDLC protocol. CSMA. packet format. A. Data Link Layer: Framing. error control. DHCP. CSMA/CD.

PHI. 3/e. phase shift. frequency agile and voltage tunable magnetrons. Construction. Q&M type TWT.Y “microwave devices and circuits. VSWR. Pozar Reference books: Page 30 of 45 . Prentice-Hall. Tanenbaum.Basic methods of methods measurement of frequency. thermister and Thermocouples. wavelength power measurement by calorimeter. Applications of TWT. M. 4.1. (10 Hrs) UNIT II Traveling wave tubes (TWT): Construction. (15 Hrs) UNIT III Microwave measurements:. Bertsekas and R. 7/e. Introduction to strip lines and MMIC. W. 2/e. impedance. 1992. bolometer. Microwave engineering by Annapurna Das. TMH Publisher “Microwave Engineering”.” PH1 3rd Edition. Introduction to coaxial. reflection coefficient.Devid. A.principle of operation. Data Networks. Operation and practical consideration of helix type TWT.3 Microwave Engineering-II Paper Code: 1006/40 Max.JAYOTI VIDYAPEETH WOMEN’S UNIVERSITY. operation and analysis and practical consideration of cavity or traveling wave magnetron. Stallings. PHI. 1997. Computer Networks. Marks: 100 UNIT I Magnetron: Types of magnetron. 2004. Backward wave oscillators:. (15 Hrs) Recommended Books: Liao S. Gallagar. Data and Computer Communication. JAIPUR 1. D. S. 2.

R. Self-organization Model:.4 Neural Networks Paper Code: 1006/41 Max. divide by three problem. implementation issues. classification of NN models. Marks: 100 UNIT I Introduction:.Biological basis for NN. background and brief history.Percentage correct. JAIPUR Collin. Foundation for microwave engineering TMH 2nd Edition “Microwave Engineering”. training. various roles of neural networks. using transputers.1. specifying NN models. NN software. network initialization. analyzing weights in Trained Networks.topology. Srivastava 4.topology. Systems considerations:. Performance Metrics & Network Analysis:.JAYOTI VIDYAPEETH WOMEN’S UNIVERSITY.Back Propagation Model:. Calculations. the transputer. average sumsquare error.Gupta. Implementations:.NN modeling languages. (20 Hrs) UNIT III Page 31 of 45 . developing a system specifications.Various problems. training calculations. network analysis. normalized error. (10 Hrs) UNIT II Development Environment and Hardware Implementations:.F. testing. squarewithin –a square problem.

1. Michael Barr. Marks: 50 Familiarization with ARM microcontroller development environment. Recommended Books: 1. simulator. CMP Books. optical Character Recognition. 2000. Experiments on simple I/O. switch based I/O. assembler.) 4.5 Embedded Systems Laboratory Paper Code: 1006/42 Max. 2. D. N. Wright. polled and interrupt I/O. Experiments are to be performed on ARM microcontroller kit. and C.Kirk Zurell. Neural Networks by Freeman / Skapura--(Pearson Education India. compiler. Reference books: 1. registers and memory usage.JAYOTI VIDYAPEETH WOMEN’S UNIVERSITY. O'Really. Elsevier. “Programming Embedded Systems in C and C++”. (10 Hrs) Recommended Books: 1. Experiments on waveform generation. debugger and JTAG. "ARM system developer's guide: Designing and optimizing system software". Sloss. “C Programming for Embedded Systems”. Symes. 1999. A. Page 32 of 45 . 2008. JAIPUR Case Studies: Issues in Radar Signal Processing.

Product data sheet LPC 2141/42/44/46/48. NXP Semiconductors. 4. band pass. Study of spectrum analyzer & its use in observing the response of Low pass.6 Microwave Engg. Circulator. Lab-II Paper Code: 1006/43 Max. Draw the characteristics of Gunn Diode to measure Square wave modulation by PIN diode. high pass. To observe the action of directional coupler and its use in separating incident & reflected wave. Marks: 50 1 Draw the characteristics of Gunn Diode to measure Output power and frequency as a function of voltage 2. isolator 6. 5 Study of Magic Tee. 3. Drawing polar pattern of Horn antenna.1. Study of spectrum analyzer & its use in observing the response of High frequency amplifier 7. 4. band reject filters Page 33 of 45 . JAIPUR 2.JAYOTI VIDYAPEETH WOMEN’S UNIVERSITY.

1 Fiber Optics Communication Paper Code: 1006/44 Max. (15 Hrs) UNIT II Page 34 of 45 . Marks: 100 UNIT I Introduction: Principles of light propagation in fibers. attenuation & scattering in fibres. splices. JAIPUR Trimester XI 4. bends. connectors.JAYOTI VIDYAPEETH WOMEN’S UNIVERSITY. mono mode & multimode fibres. step index and graded index fibres. link analysis. Transmission Losses: Dispersion.2.

Prentice Hall. Chemical cleaning. Senior. Diffusion & Ion Implantation Ficks Diffusion Equation in One Dimension. Float Zone Growth. (10 Hrs) UNIT III Multiplexing in fibers & Components: Wavelength Multiplexing. 2008. Keiser. Atomic model. Wafer Preparation. OTDR. Fiber optic communication.2. Marks: 100 UNIT I Introduction to Technologies Semiconductor Substrate-Crystal defects. McGraw Hill. Palais. bandwidth. Understanding Optical Fiber Communications. Etching and Polishing. Rogers. Analytic Solution of Ficks Law. (15 Hrs) Recommended Books: 1. JAIPUR Fibre Measurement: Measurement of fibre attenuation. John M. Artech House (2001) 3. 2004 4. Optical Fiber Communications: Principles and Practice. W. J.2 IC Technology Paper Code: 1006/45 Max.LEDs. 2. & cutoff wavelength. Oxford University Press (1995) 2. Characterization & Evaluation of Crystals. Electronic Grade Silicon. 2008. Opto-couplers and other components. C. power.Silicon Shaping. J. Photo-diodes.B. 5th edition. A. PIN diodes. Lasers. Correction to simple theory. Jones.JAYOTI VIDYAPEETH WOMEN’S UNIVERSITY. Diffusion in Page 35 of 45 . Czochralski Growth. Jones. G. Reference Books: 1. Introduction to Optical Fiber Communications Systems. Opto electronic devices:. Optical Fibre Communications. Fibre Amplifiers. PHI.

Marks: 100 Page 36 of 45 . SOI. 2. Fundamental consideration for IC Processing. Plasma etching. Oxford University Press. Principles Of Microelectronic Technology . Oxide Properties. Hong Xiao. S. Reference Books: 3. Linear and Parabolic Rate Coefficient. Chemical Vapour Deposition and Layer Growth. photoresists. Reaction ion etching.2001. Bipolar IC Technology. projection printers. NMOS IC Technology. Introduction to Semiconductor Manufacturing. Oxidation techniques and system. Metallization. D. the structure of SiO2. LOCOS methods. mask generation. VLSI process integration Junction and Oxide Isolation. Defects in Epitaxial growth. Metal Organic Chemical Vapor Deposition. 4. Planarization. low pressure CVD of dielectric and semiconductor. Molecular beam epitaxial (15 Hrs) UNIT III Pattern transfer Introduction to photo/optical lithography. Wheeler Publishing. (15 Hrs) Recommended Books: 1. CMOS IC Technology.Sze. Introduction to atmospheric CVD of dielectric. chemical equilibrium and the law of mass action.Ion Implantation and Ion Implantation Systems (10 Hrs) UNIT II Oxidation Growth mechanism and Deal-Grove Model of Oxidation. JAIPUR SiO2. VLSI Technology. CVD for deposition of dielectric and polysilicon-a simple CVD system.JAYOTI VIDYAPEETH WOMEN’S UNIVERSITY. contact/proximity printers. 1996.3 Antenna & Radio Wave Propagation Paper Code: 1006/46 Max. 1998.Nagchoudhury. Wet etching. Prentice Hall. Campbell. Stephen A.1988. The Science and Engineering of Microelectronic Fabrication. Apiary Vapor Phase Apiary. Trench Isolation. McGRAW-HILL.2. 4.M.

Mechanism of radio wave propagation. vol. Delhi. Duct propagation and troposphere scattering. McGraw-Hill. Fundamentals of Slot and Micro strip antennas.R. TMHl. Radiation from a current element in free space. PHI. Transmission and Propagation – E. (10 Hrs) UNIT II ANTENNAS . 2.. Antennas for All Applications – John D. beam width.L. Log-periodic antennas. impedance and directional characteristics of antenna.C.. Reflection factors for horizontal and vertical polarizations.2000. End fire. McGraw-Hill.G. 1988. Antenna Theory . 5. Balmain. 4.C. The Services Text Book of Radio. Antennas – John D.Antenna parameters.Two element array. (10 Hrs) Recommended Books: 1. 2003. N-element linear arrays. 1955. Antenna loading (10 Hrs) UNIT IV RADIO WAVE PROPAGATION . Binomial arrays. gain. SECOND EDITION. Effective length and aperture. Marhefka. Balanis. Reciprocity theorem. Horn and Lens antennas. Square and Circular loop antennas. Plane earth reflection. Frequency independent antennas.D. Broadside. Page 37 of 45 . antenna temperature. (10 Hrs) UNIT III ANTENNA ARRAYS . folded dipole. 2001.. collinear and combination arrays. 3.JAYOTI VIDYAPEETH WOMEN’S UNIVERSITY. polarization. JAIPUR UNIT 1 ANTENNA FUNDAMENTALS .V.A. 3rd Edn. directivity. Terman.E. 2nd ed. Electromagnetic Waves and Radiating Systems – E. John Wiley & Sons. Glazier and H. UHF and Microwave antennasAntenna with parabolic reflectors. radiation resistance. Effect of ground on antennas. Kraus. Refraction interference and diffraction of radio waves. Helical antennas. Reference Books: 1. Resonant and non-resonant antenna. Jordan and K. Theory of ground wave. 4th edition.V and Rhombic antennas. space wave and sky wave propagation. efficiency. 2nd ed. Yagi-Uda antenna. Lamont. Electronic and Radio Engineering – F. Quarter & half wave antenna. Multiplication of patterns. Kraus and Ronald J. Standard Publishers Distributors. 2. Reflection.

(15 Hrs) UNIT II Disaster Management Policy: Significance of disaster management policy. Essential components of disaster management policy. Fire. Elements of disaster management: Earthquake.H. principles of disaster management policy. Formulation and execution of disaster management policy. Cyclone. command and coordination in disaster management. Landslide. (15 Hrs) UNIT III Case Study I: Disaster management policy in India. policy options and approaches in disaster management. “Disaster Management (2003)”. Marks: 50 UNIT I Disaster Management: Meaning. JAIPUR 4. Drought.2. Flood. and man made disaster.4 Disaster Management Paper Code: 120/2 Max.JAYOTI VIDYAPEETH WOMEN’S UNIVERSITY. (10 Hrs) Recommended Books: 1.K. Gupta Page 38 of 45 . Tsunami. Approaches and Scopes.

Simulation of antenna arrays using appropriate software.2. (a) Half wave and quarter wave dipole (b) Folded dipole (c) Yagi UDA multiple element folded dipole (d) Hertz Antenna (e) End fire array and broad side array (f) Helix antenna (g) Paraboloid reflector antenna (h) Loop antenna (i) Ground plane antenna (j) Log periodic antenna (k) Rhombus antenna (l) Slot antenna 2. Marks: 50 Antenna Lab 1. Investigate the transmission characteristics of the link and measure the gain of the microstrip patch antennas. 4. 5. 3. Design and testing of micro strip rectangular patch antenna using appropriate software. Draw the antenna radiation diagram Page 39 of 45 .JAYOTI VIDYAPEETH WOMEN’S UNIVERSITY. Measurement of antenna characteristics : Radiation Pattern on polar plots. Beam width and Gain of main lobe for the following types of antennas. Demonstration of modeling of wire antenna using appropriate design software.5 Paper Code: 1006/47 Max. JAIPUR 4.

double sided and multilayer PCBs. Testing and checking points. their characteristics and plating. screen printing. soldering techniques. plated through holes.JAYOTI VIDYAPEETH WOMEN’S UNIVERSITY. flow and wave soldering. d) Assembly of circuits on PCB. multi board racks. Manual and automatic insertion techniques. b) Photo processing. role of tinning. Simple solutions for fault removal CNC drilling. JAIPUR 4. Production Storage and supply of components for assembly.2. Block diagram detailed diagrams. Fault location guide. Warning relative to high voltage for handling during repair. surface treatment and protection from harsh environments. role of incoming inspection of components. Specific examples of small scale and large-scale production be given to illustrate above mentioned methods. Edge connector. etching. photo plating Page 40 of 45 . composition of solder. high speed drilling. corrosion and its prevention.6 Minor Project Paper Code: -1006/48 Fabrication Techniques: Printed Circuit Boards (PCBs): a) PCB board materials. Elements of wire shaping. detailed specifications and limitations. Documentation Statement of brief specifications. solderability. assembly line reduction. Modular assemblies edge connectors. flexible boards. tools and jigs for lead bending. buffing. Closed loop assembly of modules and/or complete instruments. c) Standards of board sizes.

JAYOTI VIDYAPEETH WOMEN’S UNIVERSITY. Gonzalez and R. R.E.3. JAIPUR Trimester XII 4. Woods . Pearson Education. Basic Relationship Between Pixels. Image Segmentation Morphological Image Processing (10 Hrs) UNIT III Shape Representation and Description Object Recognition and Image Understanding Texture Image Analysis Motion Picture Analysis Image Data Compression (15 Hrs) Recommended Books: 1. Marks: 100 UNIT I Introduction to Digital Image Processing & Applications Sampling. Quantization. 2006 Page 41 of 45 . C. (15 Hrs) UNIT II Imaging Geometry Image Enhancement Image Restoration.1 Image Processing Paper Code: 1006/49 Max.Digital Image Processing.

Code-division multiplexing.Link Engineering. (10Hrs) UNIT II LINE OF SIGHT MICOWAVE COMMUNICATION. Pearson Education. L. 2005 Reference Books: 1. R. Jain . Building blocks of Transmitter & Receiver.2 Paper Code: 1006/50 Max. Marks: 100 Wireless Communication UNIT I PROPAGATION PHENOMENA . Multipath channels. Pearson Education. L.Fundamentals of fading. Spread Spectrum signals: Direct-sequence spread spectrum signals. Pearson Education. Gold – Theory and Application of Digital Signal Processing. Fresnel zone clearance bending of radio beam. 2007 2. R. Rabiner and R. 2004 4. (10Hrs) UNIT III Page 42 of 45 . p-n sequences. Free space loss. Frequency planning.JAYOTI VIDYAPEETH WOMEN’S UNIVERSITY.Fundamentals of Digital Image Processing. JAIPUR 2.Digital Processing of Speech Signals.W. Rabiner and B. Frequency-hopped spread spectrum signals. K. Effective earth radius.3. Schafer .

IEEE 802. 2.JAYOTI VIDYAPEETH WOMEN’S UNIVERSITY.16. Krishna Murthy. 2nd Edn. 3. velocity of moving object. 2. 2003. Rappaport. GSM codec. 2. 2002. 4.2002. PHI. overview of the GSM systems.. To establish analog/digital communication link and transmit & receive three signals (audio. JAIPUR MULTIPLE ACCESS TECHNIQUES . PHI. 1999. Mobile IP. (10Hrs) UNIT IV CELLULAR WIRELESS NETWORKS-. channel coding and interleaving. Wireless LAN’s: Technology.FDMA. Cordless systems and WLL. (10Hrs) Recommended Books: 1. Principles.Broadband Wireless 802.3. GSM: Introduction. tone) simultaneously using Satellite Communication Trainer. TDMA based networks. Page 43 of 45 . Principles of Wireless Networks – Kaveh Pah Laven and P. TDMA and CDMA with reference to mobile radio and satellite systems.Wireless access protocol. Marks: 50 1 Radar Trainer: Working of Doppler radar. Practice – Theodore. CDMA based networks. radio like control. time and frequency measurement and other applications. PHI. To perform Modulation. Wireless Digital Communications – Kamilo Feher. Pearson Education. Demodulation and BER measurement using CDMA – DSSS Trainer. Reference Books: 1. S. Wireless Communications.11 standards and Blue tooth. video. Wireless Communication and Networking – William Stallings.3 Wireless Communication Lab Paper Code: 1006/51 Max.

3. surface treatment and protection from harsh environments. high speed drilling. flexible boards. plated through holes. multi board racks. etching. their characteristics and plating.4 Major Project Paper Code: 1006/52 Max.JAYOTI VIDYAPEETH WOMEN’S UNIVERSITY. screen printing. b) Photo processing. Page 44 of 45 . corrosion and its prevention. JAIPUR 4. Modular assemblies edge connectors. Marks: 200 Fabrication Techniques: Printed Circuit Boards (PCBs): a) PCB board materials. establishing link between GPS satellite & GPS trainer and measure of latitude & longitude 4. c) Standards of board sizes. To study GPS Receiver. double sided and multilayer PCBs. buffing.

Testing and checking points. photo plating Page 45 of 45 . Warning relative to high voltage for handling during repair. Manual and automatic insertion techniques. Elements of wire shaping. Closed loop assembly of modules and/or complete instruments. Fault location guide. composition of solder. role of incoming inspection of components. tools and jigs for lead bending. Production Storage and supply of components for assembly. soldering techniques. assembly line reduction. JAIPUR d) Assembly of circuits on PCB.JAYOTI VIDYAPEETH WOMEN’S UNIVERSITY. Edge connector. Block diagram detailed diagrams. Specific examples of small scale and large-scale production be given to illustrate above mentioned methods. solderability. flow and wave soldering. detailed specifications and limitations. Simple solutions for fault removal CNC drilling. Documentation Statement of brief specifications. role of tinning.

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