5th Semester Subject Code MA 301 CY-301 EC-321 EE-321 IC-323 EC-333 Theory Optimization in Engg OR Bio-Environmental Engg Digital Signal Processing OR Power Electronics Control System Engg OR Microprocessors & Microcontrollers Electromagnetic Theory Analogue Communication Techniques Contact Credit Subject Hrs Code C L-T-P 3-0-0 3 CY-301 MA-301 3-0-0 3 EE-321 EC-321 3-1-0 3-0-0 4 3 EC-333 6th Semester Theory Bio-Environmental Engg OR Optimization in Engg Power Electronics OR Digital Signal Processing Microprocessors & Microcontrollers OR Control System Engg Digital Communication Techniques Elective – I Contact Credit Hrs C L-T-P 3-0-0 3



3-0-0 3-1-0

3 4

IC-323 3-1-0 4 EC-342










18/17 Subject Code EC-373 Practicals / Sessional Microprocessors & Microcontrollers Lab OR Instrumentation & Control Lab. Analogue Communication Lab Power Electronics Lab OR Digital Signal Processing Lab Total Grand Total

18/17 Subject Code EC-373 Practicals / Sessional Microprocessors & Microcontrollers Lab OR Instrumentation & Control Lab Digital Communication Lab. A Digital Signal Processing Lab. OR Power Electronics Lab Total Grand Total



Contact Credit Hrs C L-T-P 0-0-3 2

Contact Credit Hrs C L-T-P 0-0-3 2

IC-373 EC-375

IC-373 0-0-3 2 EC-372



EE-371 EC-371

EC-371 0-0-3 2 EE-371 9 27/26 6 24/23



9 26/25

6 23/22





MODULE-I (15 Hours) Two variable LP model, Graphical sensitivity analysis, The Simplex method, Computational details, Simplex algorithm, Artificial Starting solution, Degeneracy, Alternative optima , unbounded solution. Duality and Sensitivity analysis, primal Dual relation, Transportation Model, Non-traditional transportation model, Assignment model, Humgarian method, Networks, Shortest route problem, Maximal flow method. MODULE-II (13 Hours) Integer linear programming, Illustration Branch & Bound Algorithm, Cutting-plane algorithm, Dynamics programming, Knapsack model, Decision analysis & Game Theory, Simulation modelling, Monte-Carlo simulation for discrete events. MODULE-III (12 Hours) Nonlinear programming, Unconstrained optimizations, unimodal function, Necessary & sufficient conditions, Newton Raphson method, constrained algorithm, Direct search method, gradient method. TEXT BOOKS 1. H. A Taha, Operations Research: An Introduction, Pearson Education, (7th Edition); Ch-2[2.1,2.2 ( 2.2.1, 2.2.2), 2.3], Ch-3[3.1, 3.3, (3.3.1, 3.3.2) 3.4, 3.5], Ch-4[4.1, 4.2, 4.4 (4.4.1), 4.5 (4.5.1, 4.5.2)], Ch-5[5.1, 5.3(5.3.1, 5.3.2), 5.4(5.4.1)], Ch-6[6.1, 6.3 (6.3.1, 6.3.2), 6.4 (6.4.1, 6.4.2)], Ch-9 [9.1, 9.2(9.2.1, 9.2.3)], Ch-10 [10.3.1 Ch-14 :14.3, 14.4], Ch-18 [18.1, 18.4], Ch-20[20.1(20.1.1), 20.2 (20.2.1, 20.2.2) ], Ch-21[21.1] REFERENCE BOOKS 1. F.S Hiller, G. J. Libermen, An Introduction to Operations Research: Concepts & Cases, (8th Edition), TMH Publication. 2. Kalyanmayee Dev, Optimization for Engineering Design, PHI Publications




MODULE –I (22 Hours) Fundamentals of Ecology: Components and structures of Eco-system. Levels of organization in the biotic components of the Eco-system. Eco-system processes- Energy flow-primary and secondary production, tropic level, food chain & food web and Bio-magnification. Decomposition and Nutrient Cycling- Biogeochemical cycles of nature- Carbon cycle, Nitrogen cycle and Hydrological cycle. Fundamentals of Chemistry and Microbiology : Water chemistry : Concentration expressions, mole concept and Stoichiometry. Physical & chemical properties of water. Organic chemical properties and their measurement, parameters like BOD, COD, and TOC & TOD Inorganic properties like pH, Alkalinity, Hardness, conductivity and Solubility. Atmospheric chemistry – structure of atmosphere, chemistry of primary and secondary air pollutants. Chemical Reaction- Chemical & Biochemical Reactions fundamentals of reaction kinetics, Reactor configurations and material balances. Microbiology – Important microbes in Environmental Engineering, Microbial growth and decay rates, Aerobic & Anaerobic group of bacteria. ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION Water Pollution:- Water quality standard and parameter (Indian Standard Drinking Water Specifications, IS 10500, 1991), Physical, Chemical and Biological methods of assessment of water quality, Aquatic Pollution, Fresh Water Pollution:- Organic Pollution, Oxygen Sag Curve, 2

Eutrophication and Acidification, Estuarine water quality, Marine Pollution and Ground water pollution. Parameters of organic content of water quality, DO and BOD in streams, Deaeration and Reaeration kinetics in streams (Streeter – Phelps oxygen sag formula) Air Pollution:- Primary and Secondary pollutants, units of concentration, Global air pollution-Acid rain , Global warming and ozone layer depletion. Air pollution meteorology – Ambient and Adiabatic lapse rate, Atmospheric stability Lapse rates and Dispersion, Atmospheric Dispersion. Noise Pollution: Sources of noise, Physical properties of sound, resultant and equivalent sound levels , Noise control measures and impact of noise on human health. MODULE-II (14 Hours) ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION CONTROL Water Treatment:- Conventional water treatment comprising of Pre-treatment – Screenings, Aeration and Equalisation Primary Treatment – Sedimentation, Coagulation, Filtration Disinferction – Chlorination, Breakpoint chlorinatioin Advanced water treatment – Fluoridation, Deflouridation, IonExchange and Reverse Osmosis. Wastewater Treatment (Domestic waste water) : Wastewater flow and characteristics PretreatmentScreenings, Grit chamber, Equalisation and storage. Primary treatment – Sedimentation and coagulation Biological treatment (Aerobic) Activated Sludge Process (ASP) with complete mix reactor and design parameters. Biological treatment ( Anaerobic) Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) : Physical, Chemical and Energy properties of MSW, MSW Management – Composting, MSW Management – Landfill Operations Hazardous Waste Management: Characterization, Hazardous Waste Treatment – Incineration Industrial Air Emission Control : Gaseous Emission Control – Absorption, Adsorption and Condensation, Particulate Emission Control – Gravity Settling Chamber, Cyclone Separator, Bag Filter and Electrostatic Precipitator, Flue gas desulpherisation, NOx Emission Control and Fugitive Emission MODULE-III (6 Hours) ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT Evolution of environmental legislation in India, Environment, Development and Sustainable Development, ISO 14,000- Environmental Management Systems – Life Cycle Assessment Elements of waste minimization- strategy-Reduction at source, Recycling/Reuse/ Recovery, Waste treatment and Disposal, Waste minimization program, Cost benefit analysis and advantage of clean technology Environmental Impact Assessment Stages of EIA procedure – Screening, Scoping, Environmental Impact Statement (EIS), Public Participation and Review, Generic Structure of EIA report:- Project Profile, Baseline Data Collection, Impact Prediction and Assessment, Environmental Management Plan (EMP) and Post EMP Monitoring. TEXT BOOKS 1. Gerard Kiely, Environmental Engineering, Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Company Limited 2. Peavy, Rowe and Tchobanoglous, Environmental Engineering, Tata McGraw Hill Company Ltd.1981,(International Edition). 3. C.S.Rao, Environmental Pollution Control Engg., Wiely Eastern Ltd, New Delhi,1999.


EC - 321



MODULE-I (12 Hours) Introduction to Discrete Time Signals & Systems: Discrete time signals, Elementary examples , Classification, Discrete Time Systems, Block diagram representation , Classification, Analysis of discrete time LTI System: Response of LTI systems to arbitrary inputs (convolution sum), properties of convolution and the interconnection of LTI systems, causal LTI systems, stability of LTI systems, systems with finite- duration and infinite-duration Impulse response, Recursive and non-recursive discrete time systems, LTI systems characterized by constant coefficient Difference Equations, Solution of linear constant coefficient Difference equations, Implementation of Discrete time systems: Structures for the realization of LTI systems (Form I, Form II, Cascade, Parallel, Lattice), Recursive and Non-recursive realizations for FIR systems. Correlation of Discrete time signals: Cross correlation and auto correlation sequence, Properties of the autocorrelation and cross correlation sequence. Z transform: The Z-transform and one sided Z-transform properties of Z transform, Inversion of the Z-transform, solution of difference equations, causality and stability of LTI systems in the Z-domain. MODULE-II (12 Hours) Frequency analysis of Discrete time Signals: Energy density spectrum of aperiodic signals, Relationship of the Fourier Transform to the Z-transform, The spectrum, Fourier Transform of Signals with poles on the unit circle. LTI Systems as Frequency-selective filters:- Lowpass, highpass, bandpass filters, Digital resonators, Notch filters, Comb filters, Allpass filters Inverse systems and Deconvolution: Minimum phase, maximum phase and mixed phase systems, system identification and deconvolution, Homomorphic deconvolution. The Discrete Fourier Transform: DFT and IDFT, DFT as a linear transformation, relationship of DFT with Z-transform, properties of the DFT, Circular convolution, circular correlation, filtering of long data sequences: overlap-add and overlap-save method. MODULE-III (12 Hours) Fast Fourier Transform: Direct computation of DFT, Radix-2 FFT algorithm, DIT and DIF FFT, Applications of FFT: efficient computation of DFT of two real sequences, efficient computation of DFT of a 2 N point real sequence. Power Spectrum Estimation : computation of the Energy Density Spectrum, the Periodogram, DFT in power spectrum estimation, Bartlett method, Welch Method, Blackmann & Tookey method Digital Filter: Causality and its implications, characteristics of practical frequency selective filter, FIR filter design using different windows (Rectangular, Hann, Hamming, Bartlet, Kaiser), FIR filter design using frequency sampling method, Design of IIR filters: Impulse invariant method, Bilinear transformation method. TEXT BOOKS: 1. J.G. Proakis & D.G. Manolakis, Digital Signal Processing- Principles, Algorithms and Applications, Pearson. 2. Schilling & Harris, Fundamentals of Digital Signal Processing, Thomson Learning REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. J.R. Johnson, Introduction to Digital Signal Processing, PHI 2. Sanjit K. Mitra, Digital Signal Processing : A Computer Based Approach, Tata McGraw Hill


single phase bridge inverter. application of SFG to control systems.. Power Electronics. P. control techniques. 2. R-L and R-L-E load.S. classification of choppers (Type A. Singh & Khanchandani. effect of degenerative feedback on control systems. Calss-E. Mathematical model of physical systems.C.EE 321 MODULE-I (16 Hours) POWER ELECTRONICS (3-0-0) Power Semiconductor Devices : Power Diodes : Types. and R-L load. MODULE-III (10 Hours) Inverter : Series inverter.B.Triggering. dv/dt protection. Triggering Circuits : R. TMH. Thyristor commutation circuits : Class-A. Thyristor ratings. fully controlled bridge converter with R. signal flow graph (SFG).C.) voltage commutated chopper.Power Electronics.R. parallel inverter. protection of thyristors : di/dt protection. Gate characteristics of SCR. regenerative feedback. 3phase fully controlled bridge converter with R-L load (6-puse converter). UJT. Class-B.D. 3-phase semi converter. two transistor analogy of SCR. DC servo motor. overvoltage protection.Power Electronics. current commutated chopper. open loop and closed loop systems.E. Bhimbra. Class-C. GRO. UPS. Components : A. over current protection. block diagram algebra. TEXT BOOKS : 1. Arc welding. MODULE-II (14 Hours) Control rectifiers (AC to Dc converter) : Single phase converters : Principle of phase control. design of snubber circuit. Sen . R-C Triggering.C. 5 . Half controlled (semi) converter. concept of PWM inverter. Zero voltage switch. Khanna Publication 3. IGBT. Pearson Publication REFERENCE BOOKS : 1. DIAC. Mc-Murray inverter. triggering circuit using pulse train. Effect of free wheeling diode. TMH 2. Cyclo converters : Mid point-type and bridge type cyclo converter with R and R-L load. analysis of step down chopper with R-L-E load. performance measures of two pulse converters. UJT triggering. Applications : HVDC transmission. Effect of single phase full converter with source inductance. M. Three phase converter : 3-phase half wave controlled rectifier with R. P. Cosine law triggering. Power Transistors : Power BJT. Rashid. Step up chopper. Oxford Publication IC-323 CONTROL SYSTEM ENGINEERING (3-1-0) MODULE-I (10 Hours) Introduction : Basic concepts of control systems.3-phase bridge inverter (1200 and 1800 conduction mode). Choppers : Principle of operation. concept of VSI and CSI. half wave controlled rectifier with R. Design of UJT triggering circuit. V. Class-D. load commutated chopper. R-L. Feed back theory : Types of feedbacks. Dual converter. difference between open loop and closed loop systems. TRIAC. Servo Motor. Series and parallel operation of thyristors. Power MOSFETS. D. Power Electronics. Power Electronics. classifications. Static V-I characteristics of SCR. Class-F commutation circuits.C. McMurray bed ford inverter. Murty. R-L-E load. dynamic characteristics of SCR. characteristics Thyristors : SCR. synchros.H. Masoin‟s gain formula. transfer function.

Pentium Processors (Only features):. Register Organization. 8085 Instruction Timing & Execution. parabolic and impulse signals. 8051 Assembly Language Programming (JUMP. Samarjit Ghosh. D. Memory & I/O Addressing. Applications of nyquist to the liner feed back system. Instruction Set and Assembly Language Programming of 8085:. Pins & Signals. 80386 Memory Management. Hurwitz stability criterion. LOOP. Third Edition.Roy Choudhury. Instruction Format. determination of root locus. Ogata. Time response of 1st order systems to unit step and unit ramp inputs. Modern Control Engineering. rules for construction of root loci. PWS Publishing. Paging Technique. Eroni Umez Erani. Timing & Control MODULE.Introduction to 80386 Microprocessor. Pearson Education 2. Microcontroller (Architecture and Programming):. constant N circles. Steady state errors and error constants of different types of control systems Generalized error series method Concepts of stability : Necessary conditions of stability. Reference Book REFERNCE BOOKS 1. use of Nicolas chart Controllers: Introduction proportional. L. P. Control System.Instruction set of 8085. Pins & Signals.Interfacing EPROM & RAM Memories Interrupts:-8085 Interrupts MODULE-II (12 Hours) Microprocessor Based System Development Aids:. relative stability. Frequency domain analysis: Introduction. root contours.8051 Interrupts. 8086 Interrupts. PI and PID controllers. Memory System. Pins & Signals. Microcontroller Interrupts and Interfacing to 8255:. Programmable DMA Controller: 8257. Intel 80386 :. 8051 Addressing Modes. TEXT BOOKS: 1. K. application of routh stability criterion to linear feed back systems. Gopal. derivative and integral control actions.Introduction to 6 . ramp. Pin description). M. bode plots. New Age International Publishers.Programmable Peripheral Interface: 8255. Time response specifications. Time response of 2nd order to unit step input.Introduction to Microprocessor and Microcomputer Architecture.Introduction to 8051 Microcontrollers (Architecture. CALL Instructions). I/O Port Programming.J. use of Stack & Subroutines. Interfacing to 8255 MODULE-III (12 Hours) Intel 8086 (16 bit processors):-8086 Architecture. Architecture. brief introduction to 80387 Math Coprocessor. Addressing Modes. System Dynamic and Control. Interfacing with Memories. International Thompson Publishing Company EC-333 MICROPROCESSORS & MICROCONTROLLERS (3-0-0) MODULE-I (12 Hours) Microprocessor Architecture:. Registers. PHI 2. Memory Interfacing:. Protected Mode Operation. MODULE-III (15 Hours) Root locus techniques : Root locus concepts. PHI 3. determination of stability from Bode plots.MODULE-II (10 Hours) Time domain analysis : Standard test signals : Step. Arithmetic & Logic Instructions. Theory & Applications. polar plots Nyquist stability criterion. Control Systems Engineering. Modem Control Engineering. Nagrath. 8086 Basic System Concept. Assembly language programming using 8085 Instruction Set. routh stability criterion. Closed loop frequency response: Constant M circles. Programmable Interrupt Controller: 8259.

Stokes'Theorem. Their Physical interpretation. Magnetic Vector Potential.Linear. Floating Point MODULE. Poynting's Theorem . MODULE – II (16 Hours) Magnetostatics: The Biot-Savart law. Brewster angle. Cylindrical.M. Solutions of Simple Boundary value problems. Magnetic circuits. Divergence of a Vector field and Curl of a Vector field.C&G parameters. Magnetic Materials . Poisson's and Laplace's equations.K. Reflection Co-efficient & VSWR for various terminating conditions. Field analysis of co-ax and two-wire transmission lines. Concept of Displacement Current. Maxwell's Equations in Differential and Integral forms. Torque exerted on a current carrying loop by a magnetic field.Energy in magnetic field . Steady Electric Currents: Current densities. Branch Prediction Logic. Boundary Conditions for Current densities. Gauss's law for magnetic fields. Energy stored in an electrostatic field. A. Joules law. Electric Flux and Flux Density. Amperes' Force Law. The Equipotential surfaces. Sheet Charge and Continuous Volume Charge distribution. Gauss's law. Maxwell's Equations from Ampere's and Gauss's Laws. The 8051 Microcontroller & Embedded Systems. Method of Images. depth of penetration. Plane wave propagation in lossless and lossy dielectric medium and conducting medium. Superscalar Architecture. Propagation constant  and characteristic impedance Z0. Circular and Elliptical polarization. Electric field intensity. Boundary conditions. Wave solution. Losslas line. Divergence Theorem.Pentium Processors. The Equation of Continuity. Electromagnetic Boundary Conditions. Input/Output System. Boundary Conditions. The Electric dipole.VII) 3. Bhurchandi. Co-ordinate transformation. TMH Publication (For MODULE-V to MODULE. Ghosh & Sridhar. Field due to a line charge. Length of transmission line as circuit elements. Roy & K. Advanced Microprocessor and Peripherals (Architecture.Dielectric Interface. R.361 ELECTROMAGNETIC THEORY (3-1-0) MODULE – I (16 Hours) Review of the Co-ordinate Systems: Rectangular. The EMF. Gradient of a Scalar field. Time .L. Electrostatics: The experimental laws of Coulomb. Application of Gauss's law. MODULE – III (10 Hours) Transmission lines: Lumped-Element Circuit model of a uniform transmission line. Cache Structure. and Spherical Co-ordinate System. Magnetic Field Intensity and Ampere's Circuital law. Pearson / PHI publication (For MODULE-IV) EC.Harmonic EM Fields . Resistance of a Conductor. Application to Transformer. (only the features of Pentium Processor mentioned above are to be discussed) TEXT BOOKS: 1. Normal and Oblique incidence of linearly Polarized wave at the plane boundary of a perfect conductor. Plane wave in good conductor. Capacitors and Capacitances. Equation of Continuity. PHI publication (for MODULE I to MODULE-III) 2. Useful Vector identities. 0000 to 8085 -Introduction to Microprocessor for Scientists & Engineers. Plane wave solution. Faraday's Law of Induction: Self and Mutual inductance. Dielectric . Mazidi & Mazidi. Energy and Potential. 7 . Programming & Interfacing). The Potential Gradient. Reflection and Transmission Co-efficient for parallel and perpendicular polarizations. Sending end impedance. Plane wave Propagation : Helmholtz wave Equation. Polarization of EM wave . The Laplacian. Memory System. surface resistance.

Pre-emphasis and De-emphasis Filters. Generalized concept of Angle Modulation. Normalized power in a fourier expansion. Vikas Publishing Home Pvt. Frequency Domain Representation of Noise. Noise Bandwidth. Engineering Electromagnetics . Narrow band representation of noise and its PSD MODULE III (10 Hours) Noise in AM Systems: The AM Receiver. Narayan Rao. The Fourier Transform. Correspondence between Signals and Vectors. Convolution. PHI Pvt. FM Demodulator. Spectrum of FM Signal with Sinusoidal Modulation. Please workout as many problems as possible in the class and through assignments. Electromagnetic waves and Radiating Systems. S. Note Please workout as many problems as possible in class and through assignment. Hiziroglu. Spectral Components of Noise. Expansion in Orthogonal Functions. Distinguishability of Signals. Ltd. DSB-SC and DSB FC. 2nd Edition. Effect of Transfer Function on Power Spectral Density. G. Balmin. 2. Auto-and cross correlation. Jordan & K. Threshold. Fundamental. MODULE II (12 Hours) Frequency Modulation systems: Concept of Instantaneous Frequency. Square law Demodulation. Transform of some useful functions. Correlation between waveforms. Electromagnetic Field Theory. Mixing involving noise. Mathew N. Effect of a Filter on the Power spectral density of noise. the Sampling Function. Noise in FM system:Mathematical Representation of the operation of the Limiter Discriminator. SSB-SC and VSB-SC. Mathematical Representation of Noise: Sources and Types of Noise. Ltd. E. Singapore. 3. Spectrum of AM Signal. The Balanced Modulator. DSB-SC. O. C. Amplitude. The response of a linear systems. 7th Edition Tata McGraw Hill. Response of a Narrow band filter to noise. Ltd. Hayt & Buck. New Delhi. Superposition of Noises. Physical Appreciation of the Fourier Transform. Bandwidth required for a Gaussian Modulated WBFM Signal. 8 . Frequency modulation. Publisher Oxford University Press. Parseval‟s Theorem. Linear filtering. 2. Amplitude Modulation. Their Methods of Generation and Demodulation.Modulation Systems: A method of Frequency translation. Pearson Education. Calculation of Signal Power and Noise Power in SSB. Power Spectral Density. Recovery of baseband Signal. Guru & Huseyn R. REFERENCES 1. SNR Improvement using preemphasis. Time-shifting and Frequency shifting properties. Elements of Electromagnetic. Frequency Deviation. Publication : Thomson Asia Pte. N. Carrier Acquisition phased locked loop. TEXT BOOKS 1. Generation of FM Signal. Comparison of FM and AM. The Envelope Demodulation. Scaling. Power Spectral Density. Bandwidth of FM Signal Narrowband and wideband FM. Figure of Merit. Elements of Engineering Electromagnetics – 6th Edition. Impulse Response.Note to Instructor: The subject can be better mastered by solving problem. Sadiku. The Square law Demodular. EC-341 ANALOGUE COMMUNICATION TECHNIQUES MODULE I (14 Hours) (3-1-0) Spectral Analysis: Fourier Series. B. Frequency Division Multiplexing. super heterodyne Principle. Calculation of output SNR.

4.TEXT BOOKS 1.342 DIGITAL COMMUNICATION TECHNIQUES (3-1-0) MODULE-I (14 Hours) Sampling Theorem: Signal Reconstruction. 3. 4th Edition. Bursterror correction. Leon W. Digital Modulation Techniques : Generation. B. Digital and Analogue Communication System. Lathi. Entropy. The Compander. FSK. Output SNR of PCM using different modulation techniques. Selected portion from Chapter 5. Inc. State and Trellis diagram. and M-QASK. 2 nd Edition. 2. 3rd Edition. Practical Difficulties . M-ary PSK. and 13.5 and 12. Hamming distance. Shanon‟s Theorem – Channel Capacity. Pearson 9 . Output SNR of DM . Oxford University Press. Average Information. Tata Me Graw Hill. Upper Bounds of probability of error with coding. Taub & Schilling. T3 & T4 lines. A TI Carrier System : Synchronizing and Signalling. Adaptive Delta Modulation. Digital Data Transmission : A Baseband Signal Receiver. Output SNR. Decoding of Convolutional Codes. Comparison of Modulation systems. BFSK. Bandwidth . John Wiley & Sons. Quantization error. Communication Systems. 6th Edition.Probability of Error of the Matched Filter Coherent Reception . (10 Hours) Information Theory: The Concept of amount of Information.3. Hamming Code. MODULE – III. Viterbi Algorithm. Tata Mc Graw Hill. Signal recovery through holding. FSK and QPSK. use of signal space for calculation error probability 8in case of BFSK. Output Signal Power .11.3. Reception. TEXT BOOKS : 1. and the Thermal Noise Power. The Matched Filter. Differential PCM. John Wiley & Sons.6. Block codes . Selected Portion from Ch. 3rd Edition. Peak Signal to RMS Noise output voltage Ratio. The Treachery of Aliasing. 4th Edition. Inc. Communication Systems by Simon Haykin. 3. Comparison with PCM. Principles of Communication Systems. The Optimum Filter. QPSK. 9 and 10. Algebraic Codes: Hadamard Code. 8. Couch-II. REFERNCES 2. Spectrum and Geometrical Representation in the Signal Space of BPSK. Selected portion from Chapter 1. Lathi. Non-uniform Quantization. Principles of Communication Systems . ShanonFano Algorithm. 4. Cyclic codes. B. Discrete Fourier Transform . Transmission. MODULE – II (14 Hours) Noise in PCM and DM : Calculation of Quantization Noise Power. Oxford University Press.S/ N Trade off. Delta Modulation. and Mary. 2nd Edition. REFERENCE BOOKS : 2. Transmission Bandwidth and output SNR. Convolutional Coding : Code generation. Natural & Flattop sampling. Simon Haykin.P.Coding and Decoding. Modern Digital and Analogue Communication Systems. The Anti-aliasing Filter. DPSK. Coding : Parity Check bit Coding for error Detection and correction. Taub & Schilling.P. The encoder. Pulse Code Modulation : Quantization of Signals. EC . Modern Digital and Analogue Communication Systems .12. Probability of Error . π/4 QPSK. Interleaving. BPSK and QPSK. 4. 7. Line coding Multiplexing T1 lines – the T2. Calculation of Pe in case of PSK – Imperfect Phase – and imperfect bit synchronization.


Radiation form Huygen's Sources. Principle of Cassegrain Antenna. A thin slot in an infinite Screen. MODULE – III [6 Hours] Artwork Generation: Basic approach to Manual Artwork. Antenna Gain. Horn Antennas . Radiation field from Current element. TEXT BOOKS: 1. Printed Circuits Handbook. Fabrication.EC – 312 MODULE – I [10 Hours] PCB DESIGN (3-0-0) Basics of Printed Circuit Boards: Components of a PCB. component placement rules. Input Impedance. EDA tools for Schematic Capture. Printed Circuit Boards Design. fast pulse circuit & microwave circuits. Balun. Retarded Vector Magnetic Potential. documentation. major market drivers for the PCB industry. Radiation Resistance.II (13 Hours) Radiation through an aperture in a perfectly conducting screen. Automated Artwork Generation.362 ANTENNA ENGINEERING (3-0-0) MODULE -I (13 Hours) Principles of Radiation. Bosshart. effective length of an antenna. on a thin Wire. Radiation Pattern and Gain of horn antenna. Broadside and end fire patterns. Mutual Impedance between two dipoles. Parabolic Reflector Antenna: Operation Principle.Pyramidal & Sectoral Horn. PCB soldering & Assembly techniques. challenges in modern PCB Design & manufacture. 11 . Frequency Independent Antenna. Principles of Images. Yagi Antenna. Electrical Design considerations. Half wave dipole and Quarter wave monopole. Magnetic Current. R S Khandpur. Current Distribution. Analog circuits. classification of PCBs. MODULE . . High frequency circuits. standards on PCBs. Two-element array. Design considerations for special circuits: Design rules for Digital circuits. Environmental Factors. McGraw Hill. Radiation. Assembly and TesingMcGrawHill 2. PCB Design & Technology. Radiation from open end of a Co-axial line. The Equivalence Theorem. Secondary Sources and Aperture Antennas. Babinet's Principle-Complementary Screen. Circuit Simulation and Layout Design. materials used in PCB. Aperture in an absorbing screen. Layout planning and Design: General PCB Design considerations. General Design guidelines for Artwork preparation. Pattern and Gain. 2001) EC . Inducted EMF method of Calculating Input Impedance of wire antenna. lamination processes. Principle of Pattern Multiplication. layout design checklist. MODULE –II [16 Hours] PCB Fabrication process: PCB Technology trends. Waller C. ISBN-0071350160. Folded Dipole. Slot antenna on a rectangular waveguide wall. analysis. Mechanical design considerations. Log Periodic Dipole array. Tata McGraw Hill REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. Cooling requirements & packaging density. Dr. Artwork generation guidelines. Clyde F Coombs. layout design. multi-layer boards. Linear Array.

Collins.Phase Scanning.Analysis and Design.Basic Characteristics. Spherical Earth Propagation. 16 & 17. R. Gain and Input Impedance. MODULE-II (14 Hours) Ionospheric Propagation : The making of the Ionosphere. Duct Propagation and non-standard Refraction.6. Electromagnetic waves & Radiation Systems – 2nd Edition. Antennas Theory . 15 and 16. Effects of the Earth‟s Magnetic field.14 and 15. Effect of wave polarization. Jordan and K. McGraw Hill Ch. Balmain. E. Circular Patch. Ch. G. 2nd Edition. REFERENCES 1. propagation. Rectangular Patch. Krauss.D. Space wave.G.E. Critical frequencies and virtual heights.11. medium parameters of ionosphere. ionospheric layers.10. MODULE-III (08 Hours) Microwave and mm wave Propagation: Attenuation by Ratin. Snow and Ice. Extremely low and very low freq. Fog.C. Antennas & Radiowave Progation.Radiation Pattern. Scattering by Rain. and Atmospheric gases. MUF. Attenuation factor for ionospheric propagation. Microship Array Antenna. Electronic Scanning Antenna.E.12. PHI Ch. Collins. TEXT BOOKS 1. Reflection and Refraction of waves by the ionosphere. 2.III ( 9 Hours) Microstrip Antenna . Antenna Measurements . Balanis. John Willey & Sons. Electromagnetic Wave and Radiating Systems . Antenna Engineering 2. Elevated dipole antenna above a plane earth. TEXT BOOKS 1.11. 12 . PHI. C. 2. Faraday Rotation and measurement of total electron content. E. Sky wave calculation.MODULE . C Jordan and K. Tropospheric waves. Whistles and other ionospheric phenomena. 2nd Edition..13. J. Frequency Scanning and Beam switching. wave tilt of surface wave.12. Balmain.13. The surface waves. Antennas and Wave Propagation EC – 364 ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVE PROPAGATION (3-0-0) MODULE-I (10 Hours) Ground wave propagation : Plane earth Reflection. Tropospheric scattering. Selected portion Ch. Regular and irregular variation of ionosphere. R.

Object oriented data model . UJT Negative Resistance Switching Circuit:. Decomposition of relational schemas. Types of Database users . Multi version scheme .302 ADVANCED ELECTRONICS CIRCUITS (3-0-0) MODULE -I (15 Hours) Linear wave shaping:. MODULE-III (10 Hours) Introduction to Transaction Processing: Transaction. Instances. Korth. Properties of Transaction. Query optimization algorithms. Query Processing and Optimization : Evaluation of Relational algebra Expression. Monostable and Astable circuit 555 timer wave generator Analysis.Exponential & Ramp input. Query Equivalence. BCNF. Relational database design: 1NF. Join Strategy. 4 NF. Data base languages. Astable MV:. Advantages & Disadvantages of using DBMS approach. Analysis and waveform of emitter coupled monostable MV.using OP-AMP.Schmit Trigger Circuit Monostable MV:. MGH REFERENCE BOOKS 1. S Sudharsan: Database System Concepts.The High pass and Low pass RC circuit. MODULE -II (10 Hours) Negative Resistance Devices:. Storage Strategies: Indices.J. Monostable and Astable mode Application of Tunnel diode as Bistable. Integrator. Pearson Education. commutating capacitors. 4th Edition. analysis of emitter coupled multi & its time period. Object relational data model.Basic circuit principle for operation of voltage controllable and current controllable NR devices in Bistable. 2NF. effect of reverse saturation current on gate width. Pearson Education. Galgotia publications EC . Serializability. Recovery and Atomicity. Data Models: DML. An Introduction to Database System. Relational mapping ER model to Relational Model. its waveform. An Introduction to Database Systems. Relation keys. DDL. DCL. Differentiator. Seilberschatz. Application as Astable and monostable MV. Desai.CS. concept of functional dependency. TEXT BOOKS 1. Date. 2. Entity Relationship(ER). Schema.The behaviour and V~I characteristic of Tunnel Diode. Tuple and Domain Relational Calculus and SQL. Ramez Elmasri and Shamkant Navathe: Fundamental of Database Systems. fixed and self biasing transistor Binary. H. canonical cover. DBA. Multivalued dependency. C. Database System Architecture: Data abstraction. B Trees.Gate width of collector coupled mv. sawtooth wave generator .Stable states. Attenuator Bistable MV :. Database Recovery: Failure classification. 3NF. Recoverability. Log-based recovery and Check pointing. MODULE-II (15 Hours) Relational Database Design: Informal Design Guidelines for Relational schema. Bipin C.Time period and waveforms of collector coupled multi. Three Schema Architecture and data Independence.401 RELATIONAL DATABASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (3-0-0) MODULE-I (15 Hours) Introduction to Database: Characteristics of the Database approach. Emitter coupled Binary. Triggering. 2. Hashing. using UJT 13 . Concurrency Control Techniques: Locking. Relational Query Language: Relational algebra. Timestamp ordering. Introduction to advanced querying :Data mining and Data warehousing.

III (10 Hours) Voltage Time Base generator:. Transistor current time base generator. Tata Mc Graw Hill. Refractories: Classification. octane number and cetane number). Purification of Drinking water. Millman. Pulse.Reinforced composites. Milliman. Processing of composites. optical fibres. Gaseous fuel (Producer gas. manufacture of metallurgical coke). Conducting polymers (Polyacetylene. TEXT BOOKS 1. cracking. fire clay and carborundum bricks. Pearson Education. Jain & Jain. Miller and Bootstrap. J. Pearson Education. Types of composites fibre . Biogas. Driscoll. Sampling gate: Basic operating principle. Composites : Constituents of Composites. MODULE –II (12 Hours) Inorganic Engineering Materials: 1. Disadvantages of hard water in boiler. Water treatment : Hardness of water & its determination (EDTA method). Dhanpat Rai Publishing Co. 2. 3. Jit. PHI 2. unidirectional and Bidirectional diode gates. 2. High Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC). methods of linearity improvement. C. Ananda Kumar. Alundum. 14 . 4. manufacture of silica. A. CY – 201 MODULE – I (16 Hours) ENGINEERING MATERIALS (3-0-0) Fuel and combustion: Classification.F. Combustion calculations. Advanced composites. 2007. J. Shackelford & Muralidhara:Introduction to Materials Science for Engineers. TEXT BOOKS 1. NR switches. mechanical properties of composites. Bio &Conducting polymers: Bio-polymers (Starch. Cellulose). OP-Amp and linear Integrated circuit. glazing. Halkias and S. water gas.Liquid fuels (Refining of crude oil: fractional distillation.Rao. 2. Zeolite and ion-exchange processes). Types of hardness. (Fiberglass. Electronics Devices and Circuits (2nd Edition). R. Engineering chemistry. Transistor Bootstrap time base generator. reforming. 2.A current sweep. wood) . Glass: Manufacture of glass. MODULE – III (14 Hours) 1. H. Pulse and Digital Circuit. Abrasives: Natural and artificial (carborundum. Digital and switching waveform. Transistor Miller time base generator. Softening techniques (Soda lime. 15th Edition. Current time base generator:. REFERENCE BOOKS 1. Ceramics: White wares. Norbide). knocking. calorific value. Types. Tata Mc Graw Hill. Solid fuels (Analysis of coal. . Polyaniline) Properties and application.. Sixth Edition 2007. Taub and P. The transistor as a chopper. Gas-liquid chromatography.Method of generation-Exponential sweep circuit. LPG). Aggregate composites . Column chromatography. linearity correction.MODULE. Coughlin and F. Chromatography : Thin layer chromatography.

20. Study of stepper Motor and its operations (Clockwise. Subtraction. Binary to Gray Code / Hexadecimal to decimal conversion. Transfer a block of data to another memory location using indexing. triangular and saw tooth wave using Digital to Analog Converter 13. Study of Mode 0. OPTIONAL ( Any One) 19. C) INTERFACING COMPULSORY 8. Division of two 8 bit numbers resulting 8/16 bit numbers. 2 from Gr – C. Mode 1. subtraction of 16 bit numbers. Addition. B) 8051MICROCONTROLLER COMPULSORY 4. Operation of 8255 using 8085 & 8051 microcontroller 9. BSR Mode operation of 8255. Mode 2. Addition. 2 from Gr – D) A) 8085 1. 17. Initialize data to registers and memory using immediate. (2 from Gr – A . Division of 16 bit nos + 2‟s complement of a 16 bit no. Generate square waves on all lines of 8255 with different frequencies (concept of delay program) OPTIONAL (Any Two) 10. anticlockwise. Study of Elevator Simulator 12. 6. 22. register . Addition. Finding a particular data element in a given data array. Mode 3) 14. Study of Traffic Light controller D) 8086 COMPULSORY 18. Sorting an array of numbers in ascending/descending order 23. rotate in various speeds) 11. Study of 8259 Programmable Interrupt controller. Multiplication . Multiplication. Multiplication. Marking of specific bit of a number using look-up table. Study of 8253 and its operation (Mode 0.SESSIONALS ( 5th & 6th Semester) EC 373 MICROPROCESSOR & MICROCONTROLLER LAB (0-0-3) NOTE Total 10 (Ten) experiments have to be completed. Division of 16 bit numbers 7. Generation of Square. Largest /Smallest number of a given data array. subtraction. 4 from Gr – B . 2. Smallest /Largest number among n numbers in a given data array 3. 15. angular movement. 15 . To separate the Odd and Even numbers from a given data array. Study of 8279 (keyboard & Display interface) 16. direct and indirect addressing mode OPTIONAL (any one) 5. 21.

Use of a strain gauge to plot the curve between strain applied to a beam and the output voltage. Study of AM modulation and Demodulation and to draw AM waveforms for various values of m and measurement of power in Sidebands. P+I. DAC and Bipolar ADC using Data Acquisition System. Study of ADC. b. Measurement of S/N ratio. c. EC 375 ANALOGUE COMMUNICATION LABS (Minimum 10 experiments have to be performed. 2. 3.voltage characteristics of RTD. Study of resistance . Study of DC speed control system and determination of transfer function of permanent magnet DC motor. BPF.IC – 373 CONTROLS AND INSTRUMENTATION LAB LIST OF EXPERIMENTS (0-0-3) 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) 9) 10) 11) 12) 13) 14) 15) 16) 17) To plot the displacement . Band project filters and matched filters (LPF) and find the cut off frequency.voltage characteristics of LVDT. Study of a DC position control system. To study of linear system simulator. Bar graph indicator and Light emitting diodes using Data Acquisition System. 16 . To draw the Frequency Response curve for HPF. Study of communication channels and Noise.) (0-0-3) List of experiments 1. Study of stepper motor. Study of Potentiometer Measurement of unknown resistance with the help of Kelvin‟s Double Bridge To observe the time response of second order processes with P. Measurement of Noise Figure. P+I+D Control and applied PID control to a DC Servo motor. Study of Sensitivity. Find the frequency response of a lag and lead compensator. 5. Selectivity of a AM Radio receiver (Superheterodyne type). Objectives: a. d. 4. Study of two phase AC servo motor and its transfer function parameters. Measurement of unknown capacitance using Schering bridge. To study the characteristics of a relay and analyze a relay control system (Phase plane). Examine the operation of a Noise generator. Study of Optical. Study of FM modulation using indirect method and demodulation using PLL detector and Ratio detector and calculate FM Bandwidth. transmission Band Width. Dot graph indicator. Examine the operation of a Signal Attenuation Network. Study of Switches. Momentary keys. Proximity and Level transducers using Data Acquisition System.

Study of single phase Series Inverter. DSB-FC. 7. Study of single phase Parallel Inverter. Carrier signal. DSB-SC. Class-E) Study of Single phase full wave fully controlled and semi controlled converter with R. DSB-SC To Recover original signal by Filter. 17 . R-L load with / without freewheeling diode. Objectives: a) To study operation of a modulator with suppressed carrier. Study of IGBT based 3-phase Voltage Source Inverter. Study of Single Phase AC voltage Controller Using Triac. load with / without freewheeling diode. iii. Objective: To study how SNR is improved. EE-371 1) 2) POWER ELECTRONICS LAB (0-0-3) 3) Study of V-I characteristics of SCR. iv. Study of pulse code modulation and Demodulation. To generate various waveforms using MATLAB. Study of different methods of triggering of SCR.6. Study of Single phase Cyclo Converter. 8. DSB-FC iv. a) b) UJT-Triggering method Cosine-Triggering method 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) 9) 10) 11) 12) 13) 14) Study of SCR Commutation Techniques Self Commutation (Class-A. b) To study SSB generation. Class-B) Study of SCR Commutation Techniques Forced Commutation (Class-C. Modulating wave ii. 9. Study of Sampling and Reconstruction of Signal. Modulating wave ii. Class-D. R-L Study of Three phase full wave fully controlled and semi controlled converter with R. a) R-Triggering Method b) RC-Triggering Method Study of different methods of triggering of SCR. i. Study of SSB modulation. Role of pre-emphasis and De-emphasis filters in FM generation and detection. Carrier signal iii. 11. To generate Gaussian Noise and study its effect on various AM waveforms using MATLAB. Study of DC Jones chopper with PWM controller. 10. Study of single phase Current Source Inverter. i.

No. 18 . 7. 10. DPSK and QPSK Signal Generation of FSK and MSK Signal Generation of ASK and QAM Signals.EC -371 DIGITAL COMMUNICATION LABORATORY (Experiments under sl. 8. 3. 4. 6. 9 and 10 should be attempted) (0-0-3) 1. 5. 11. 9. QPSK Demodulators. AD and DA Converters – Linearity. 1-8 are mandatory. 2. 2 Level to N-Level Converter Delta Modulator and Adaptive Delta Modulator Generation of PSK. Design of a PN sequence generator PCM – TDM (MATLAB/Simulink Simulation ) Performance of any digital modulation / demodulation scheme in the presence of noise (MATLAB Simulation).

Seminar Minor Project Summer Training Total Grand Total 13 30 Contact Credit Hrs C L-T-P 3-0-0 3 Subject Code HS-402 8th Semester Theory Principles of management Mobile Communication Engg Elective – IV Elective – V Contact Credit Hrs C L-T-P 3-1-0 4 EI-423 EC-461 EL-II EL-III 3-0-0 3-1-0 3-0-0 3-0-0 17 17 3 4 3 3 EC-442 EL-IV EL-V 3-1-0 3-0-0 3-0-0 4 3 3 TOTAL Subject Code EC-492 Practicals / Sessional Seminar 13 13 Contact Credit Hrs C L-T-P 0-0-3 2 0-0-3 0-0-2 0-0-5 2 1 3 2 10 27 Contact Credit Hrs C L-T-P 0-0-2 1 EC-494 EC-496 Major Project Comprehensive Viva – Voce Total Grand Total 0-0-10 0-0-3 7 2 15 28 10 23 19 . Elective – II Elective – III TOTAL Subject Code EI-471 EC-473 EC-491 EC-493 EC-495 Practicals / Sessional VLSI Lab Communication Systems Lab.7th Semester Subject Code EC-441 Theory Communication Systems VLSI Design Microwave Engg.

Description of Communication System – Transponders. Up link Design. Ionospheric & Troposhric effects. TEXT BOOKS 1. Typical GaAlAs p-n junction double hetrostructure. Harlod Kolimbins. Satellite Communication Link Design Procedure. Scheiner . Propagation Effects and Their Impact: Earth Links: Attenuation. Optical Sources: LED. Fiber Optic Communications Technology. REFERENCE BOOKS 1. Numerical Aperture. Satellite Communication. Coupling Power Calculation. Noise in PDs. Joihn Wiley Co. Modulation of an LED. Design of Down Link. Global Beam Antenna. System Design Example.4. Fiber-to-fiber Connectors Connector loss. Cabling of Optical Fibers.6. Prediction of Rain Attenuation. 2. Pratt. D. CBS Publishers 3. Optical Fiber: Refractive index profile of step Index and Graded Index Fibers. K. Satellite Link Design : Basic Transmission Theory .Bandwidth Concept. Robert M.8. Equipment Reliability & Space qualification. Typical Constructional features Radiation Pattern. Signal Degradation in Optical Fiber: Attenuation: Factors contributing to losses. Typical features of VSAT and Direct Broadcast Satellite TV & Radio System. Laser diodes: Principle of Operation. Dispersions: Inter-and Intra Modal. Typical Spectral pattern. Windows for optical fiber communication. Redundancy. look angle of a geostationary Satellite from Earth. Depolarization. Bostian and J. G/T Ratio for Earth Station. Km . Gagliardi. Modulation of Laser diode.3. Modal Concept.. TDMA and CDMA. C. Pearson Edition. PHI 20 . Fiber Materials: Fiber Fabrication: Concept of Preform. Techniques of Splicing. PIN and APD Photodetectors. T. Placing Satellite into Geo-stationary Orbit. 2. MODULE-II (17 Hours) Satellite Communication Systems Orbital Mechanics: Determination of Orbinal Parameters. SNR. Pulse Broadening in SI & GI fibers. Power Lunching & Coupling : Source to fiber power launching . Double–Crucible Method. Photo Detectors : p-n . Design of Fiber Optic link : Time Budget and Power Budget . Propagation Impairement Countermeasures. Chromatic. John M. Responsivity and Bandwidth of diodes. System Noise Temperature and G/T Ratio. Satellite Communication. Launches and Launch Vehicle. Optical Receiver : Receiver Configuration Sensitivity and Bandwidth of Receiver Bit Error Rate. TTC & M and Power System. Spread Spectrum Transmission and Reception.EC – 441 MODULE-I (18 Hours) COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS (3-0-0) Optical Communication System : Major Elements of an optical fiber communication link.9 and 11. Satellite Antennas: Basic Antennas Types and Relationship. Pearson Education. Selected Portion from Chapters 2. Multiple Access : Comprehensive study on FDMA. Wave guide and Polarization Dispersions. Mynbaev & Lowell L. V number. 2nd Edition . EDFA Amplifier. Optical Fiber Communication – Principle & Practice – 2nd Edition. Digital Communication with Satellite and Fiber Optic Application. Equivalent Circuits. Splicing loss. Allnutt. Satellite Subsystems : A brief Description of AOCS. light ray propagation through Optical fiber. Total Internal Reflection. Senior. Satellite Antennas in Practice.

VLSI Design Techniques for Analog and Digital Circuits. Kang and Yussuf Leblebici. MOSFET capacitances. Tata McGraw Hill REFERENCE BOOKS 1. Digital Integrated Circuits: A Design Perspective . level-2 and level-3 model equations. clocked & flip-flop circuits. Memory circuits. CMOS Fabrication. CMOS Digital Integrated Circuits – Analysis & Design. TEXT BOOKS 1. MOSFET V-I characteristics. Front end e-CAD tools VLSI eCAD: VLSI Design methodology. Pearson Education. McGraw Hill 21 . Design strategies for testing chip level and system level test techniques. Behavioral Modeling. S-R flip flop. Sung Mo. Memories: ROM. Delay time definition and calculations. CMOS D latch and edge triggered flip-flop..Rabey. Geiger et al. Configurations. VLSI Design Methodologies. complex logic circuits.EI–423 MODULE – I (10 hours) VLSI DESIGN (3-0-0) Introduction: Historical evolution of VLSI. Stick Diagrams. MODULE – II (12 hours) MOS Inverters: Basic MOS inverters and their characteristics. Moore‟s Law. floor planning and place and route. Latch. J. CMOS inverter Switching characteristics and interconnect effects. MODULE – III (12 Hours) Dynamic Logic Circuits: Dynamic logic. standard cell based designs. VHDL Programming by examples. Modeling of MOSFET Transistors – Basic concept of SPICE level-1. Data Types. fault models. 2. Full custom. Mask Layout Design MOS Transistor: Review of structure and operation of MOSFET. Anantha Chandrakasan and Borivoje Nikolic. Front end design and Back end design VLSI Fabrication: Fabrication processes. high performance dynamic logic circuits. Semi-custom and Programmable designs. switching power dissipation of CMOS inverters Combinational MOS Logic Circuits: CMOS logic. Sequential processing. CMOS Nwell process. VLSI Design Flow. VHDL design of adders. Back end e-CAD tools Design Verification and Testing: simulation at various levels including timing verification. Decoder. basic principles.L. Dynamic RAM. estimation of parasitics. NMOS. Sub program & Packages. MOSFET scaling. NMOS Fabrication.M. inverters with resistive load and with n-type MOSFET load. sequential logic circuit: SR latch. SRAM. FPGA based designs. Tata McGraw Hill. pass transistor and transmission gate logic. CMOS. Attributes. 2. D. D flip flop. Multiplexer. Layout Design Rules. flash memory VHDL: Introduction. inverter design with delay constraints. Short channel effects.Perry.

Dominant mode only. Design of Rectangular waveguide to support Dominant TE10 only. Attenuation due to conductor and dielectric losses.9 and 10. TWT: Constructional features. Power output and frequency Vrs. Circuit of Reflex Klystron: Velocity Modulation. Operational Principle of Magnetron and GaAs Diode. Power dividers and Directional couplers: Simple analysis. Circuit. Selected portions from Chapters 2. Impedance Transformers. Peter A. Simple Analysis. D. Modes of operation. Selected portion from Chapter 3. Pearson‟s. Selected portion from Chapter 7 & 8. Single Stub and Double Stub matching. 3rd Edition. Microwave Resonator: Rectangular and Cylindrical wave guide Cavities. Field patterns of dominant and higher order modes. 2. Equation for Gain. Collins. Reflector Voltage. Performance Characteristics & Specification sheet. The Smith Chart. Microwave Engineering. REFERENCE BOOKS 1.( All transmission line problems should be solved using smith chart) Waveguides: General solutions for TEM. Solution of Transmission line problems. Applications. Solution of Simple problems. 3. measurement of unknown Impedance / Admittance Measurement of Radiation Patterns and gain of a horn antenna. power flow through waveguide. Co-axial line: TEM modes. Simple Analysis for electronic admittance. D. Rizzi. Principle of operation. G S N Raju. Design of Co-axial lines.C. Transmission line as circuit element. 4. Pozar. Liao. Pearson Publishing Home. MODULE II (12 Hours) Microwave Passive Components: Scattering matrix representation of 3-port and 4 port networks. 6. MODULE – III Microwave Antennas:Horn Antennas and Parabolic Reflector Antennas: Principle of Operation. Microwave Engineering.. Principle of working of a waveguide hybrid junction (Magic-Tee) Principle of operation of attenuators. Rectangular waveguide: Field solution for TE and TM modes. Samuel Y. Low loss line.E.EC – 461 MICROWAVE ENGINEERING (3-1-0) MODULE – I (16 Hours) High Frequency Transmission lines: Quarterwave impedance transformer and its frequency response. Directivity. ferrite Isolators and circulators. Performance & specification sheet. R. Cylindrical wave guide. Tata-McGraw Hill. Design 2-hole and multi-hole directional couplers. Antenna and wave propagation. 2nd Edition. 22 . Foundation of Microwave Engineering . Microwave Device and Circuit. Microwave Measurement: Microwave Bench. Radiation Pattern & Half-Power Beam widths. Field patterns. Resonant frequencies supporting.M. Design of Cylindrical wave guide cavity.4. Description of a Microwave Terrestrial Link TEXT BOOKS 1.C. TE and TM waves. 7 & 9. John Willy & Sons. PHI 2. 3. Microwave Sources: D.


Information rate. Luminescence from Quantum wells. absorption and radiation in 2-level systems. Linear Block Codes: Encoding and decoding of Linear Block-codes. Cryptography: Public & Private key Encryption/Description. 4th edition. Turbo Encoder and Decoder. Emission. Semiconductor Hetero Junctions. Punctured Convolutional codes. Proakis.S/N Trade-off. Parity Check Matrix. Device Configuration and efficiency. 2nd Edition. Selective Amplification and coherence – need for Laser Cavity. TMH. Effect of Electric field on absorption. The Kramer – Kronig Relation. 7 and 8. J. Cyclic redundancy check (CRC) codes. EC – 413 OPTO ELECTRONICS AND PHOTONICS (3-0-0) MODULE-I (12 Hours) Optical Processes in Semiconductors. Coding for discrete memories sources. Hamming Codes. Light output from LED. Entropy. Light Emitting Diodes: The Electroluminescence process. Quantum well lasers. Chapter 3. Communication Systems. Achieving Channel Capacity with orthogonal signal channel reliability functions. AES and DES standards. (2008) REFERENCE BOOKS 1. Measurement of Laser Characteristics. Bandwidth. Lasing Threshold condition Distributed feedback laser. MODULE-II (12 Hours) Error Control Coding: Introduction. Measure of information. The Lempel – Ziv Algorithm Channel Capacity and Coding: Channel Models. McGraw-Hill. Burst error correction. Hard decision decoding. P-N Junction. Choice of LED Materials. 24 . Syndrome Decoding. Comparison of performance between Soft-decision and Hard-decision Decoding. Radiation in Semiconductors. Channel Capacity. Shannon‟s Theorem. TEXT BOOKS 1. Entropy. Hard-decision decoding. Frequency response and Modulation bandwidth. Hamming Weight and Hamming Distance.443 INFORMATION THEORY & CODING (3–0–0) MODULE-I (10 Hours) The concept of Amount of Information. Lasing conditions and gain in a semiconductor. MODULE-II (12 Hours) Lasers: Operating Principles. Simon Haykins. G. Average Information. Decoding of linear block codes. Distance preparation of Binary Convolutional codes. MODULE-III (10 Hours) Convolutional Codes: Transfer Function. R. Absorption in semiconductors. Interleaving. Bose. Capacity of a Gaussian Channel. The Einstein Relations and Population inversion. Probability of Error: Soft-decision decoding. Device Performance. Electron-hole pair formation and Recombination. Source Coding: Mathematical Model for information sources. Digital Communications4th Edition. Optimum Soft decision. Cyclic Codes: Introduction. (2001). Turbo Codes. Method for generating Cyclic Codes. 2. Willey. Time-Resolved Photoluminescence. Matrix description of Cyclic codes. Optimum decoding of convolutional codes – The Viterbi Algorithm. Information Theory and applications. Forward & Backward error Correction. Circuit implementation of cyclic codes.EC .

Erbium doped Fiber Amplifier Solar Cells Basic Principles: Current – Voltage Character Spectral Response. Neurological signal processing: The brain and its potentials. Scheiner . TEXT BOOKS 1. Reddy. Cancellation of ECG signal from the electrical activity of the chest muscles. 3rd Edition by Gerd Keiser. Canceling Donor-heart interference in Heart-transplant electrocardiography. Schottkey Barrier cells. Spectral error measure. Prony‟s Method: Exponential modeling. Dependence of Cell performance on External Factors. PIN and APD Photo detectors. Linear prediction theory. Hetero junction and cascaded solar cells. McGraw Hill International Edition. The covariance method of linear prediction.. A.K.L.Photo detectors: Gain & Bandwidth. computer aided diagnosis. The electrophysiological origin of brain waves. Cancellation of High frequency noise in Electro-surgery. EEG analysis. the Widrow-Hoff least mean square adaptive algorithm. clinical application of prony‟s method. ECG data acquisition. Junction Photo detectors. The Autoregressive (AR) method. Adaptive Interference/Noise Cancellation: The steepest-descent algorithm. Materials and design considerations: Materials requirements. John Wiley. The action potential. 2. Cancellation of 60Hz interference in ECG. Transient detection and elimination. Pearson Publication. Adaptive segmentation. Difficulties in biomedical signal analysis. ECG lead system. Selected Portions. Fiber-optic Communication Technology. TEXT BOOKS: 1. D. 2002. Biomedical Signal Analysis A case study approach.. EC . MODULE-III (12 Hours) Optical Amplifiers: Solid State Optical Amplifiers. overall performance. MODULE-III Cardiological Signal Processing: Basic Electrocardiography.The case of epileptic patients. Recursive estimation of AR parameters. Photonics – 6th Edition . The EEG signal and its characteristics. MODULE-II Sleep EEG: Data acquisition and classification of sleep stages. Least squares prony method. Biomedical Signal Processing Principles and Techniques. Prony‟s method in the presence of noise. C. Yariv and Pochi Yeh. PHI 2. Solar Cell Design.425 BIOMEDICAL SIGNAL PROCESSING (3-0-0) MODULE-I Introduction to Biomedical Signals: The nature of biomedical signals. Noise performance. Oxford Publication Optical Fiber Communication. ECG parameters and their estimation. Mynbaev and L. Pt–n–n+ Vrs n+–p–p+ cells. Rangaraj M. The original Prony problem. Exponential parameter estimation. REFERENCE BOOKS 1. Rangayyan. 25 . D. objectives of biomedical signal analysis. Adaptive noise canceller. Canceling of maternal ECG in fetal ECG. Tata McGraw-Hill. Pallab Bhattacharya. 2005. The use of multi-scale analysis for parameter estimation of ECG waveforms. Semiconductor Optoelectronic Devices.

B. Introduction to Digital Speech Processing. Gonzalez . Dutta Majumdar . COLOR IMAGE PROCESSING: Color models. Jain. Statistical Model. Histogram processing. Restoration in the presence of noise only-spatial filtering. Pearson Education REFERENCE BOOKS A. K. Statistical Pattern Classification.E.REFERENCE BOOK: 1. Cengage Learning. Introduction to Digital Image Processing with MATLAB. TEXT BOOKS 2. 2nd Print. 2004 EC-423 DIGITAL SPEECH PROCESSING TECHNIQUES (3-0-0) MODULE-I Background: Pattern Classification. Biomedical Digital Signal Processing . Pearson Education. Fundamentals of Digital Image Processing. Pseudo-color processing. Acoustic Theory of Speech Production. 2007 1. Region based segmentation. EC – 421 DIGITAL IMAGE PROCESSING (3-0-0) MODULE-I INTRODUCTION: Fundamental steps in Digital Image Processing. Digital Image Processing and Analysis. Sampling speech signals. Linear and nonlinear operations. 2001. MODULE-III MORPHOLOGICAL IMAGE PROCESSING: Dilation and erosion. Pearson Education. Thresholding. DIGITAL IMAGE FUNDAMENTALS: Image sampling and quantization. Woods. Digital Models : Process of Speech Production. Estimating the degradation functions. 2. C. Smoothing and Sharpening spatial filters MODULE-II IMAGE ENHANCEMENT IN FREQUENCY DOMAIN: Smoothing and Sharpening frequency domain filters. Digital Representation of speech Waveform.Chanda & D. RECENT DEVELOPMENTS. Tompkins. IMAGE SEGMENTATION: Detection of discontinuities. Digital Image Processing. 2000. Woods and Eddins. PHI. IMAGE RESTORATION: Noise models. R. Digital Image Processing using MATLAB. Opening and closing. R. Components of an image processing system. Digital Models for Speech Signals. Alasdair McAndrew . Gonzalez and R. IMAGE ENHANCEMENT IN SPATIAL DOMAIN: Some basic gray level transformations. 2006 3. Instantaneous 26 . Edge linking and boundary detection. Inverse filtering. Willis J. C. MODULE-II Digital Representation : Speech Signals and Representations or Feature Extraction. Prentice Hall of India publications/ Eastern Economy Edition. R. IMAGE COMPRESSION: Image compression models. Some basic morphological algorithms.E. Loss-less and Lossy compression. Homomorphic filtering. Some basic relationships between pixels.

Free space management. Automatic Speech Recognition(ASR): Feature extraction. TEXT BOOKS 1. B. Overlays. Disk Management. Milenkovic. The Prediction Error Signal. REFERENCE BOOKS 1. TEXT BOOK 1. Digital Speech. CPU Scheduling: Basic concepts. Disk Reliability. Schafer. address Binding. Pearson Education. Memory management: Background.W. H. Kernel I/O . Page Replacement Algorithms. Evolution of operating system. Rabiner & Juang. Digital Processing of Speech Signals. UNIX Operating System calls and interprocess communication. Personal Computer Systems. Speech production model. Directory structure & implementation. Operating System Concepts. Segmentation with paging. Deadlock Detection. I/O systems: Overview. Access Methods. performance of Demand paging. Discrete-Time Speech Signal Processing. Operation on Processes. Deadlock Characterization Methods for Handling Deadlocks. 2. Block diagram of Simplified Model for Speech production. Overview of classical synchronization problems. system calls. Paging. Basic Principles of Linear predictive Analysis. Secondary storage Structure: Disk Structure. Pearson Education. MODULE – III (10 Hours) File-system: File concept. scheduling criteria. Linear Predictive Coding (LPC) Analysis. Computation of the Gain for the Model. McGraw Hill International. Logical versus Physical Address space. Quatieri. John Wiley & Sons. contiguous Allocation. Gold. Rabiner. I/O Hardware.S. CS-301 MODULE-I (15 Hours) OPERATING SYSTEMS (3-0-0) Introduction: What is an Operating System. 3. Kondoz. Quantization for optimum SNR. Operating System. Fundamental of Speech Recognition. scheduling algorithms. Allocation Method.subsystem Transforming I/O requests to Hardware Operations. Operating System. . Allocation of frames. Feed-Forward and Feedback adaptations. M . Pearson Education. Process synchronization: Background . Speech and Audio Signal Processing. Segmentation. Recovery from Deadlock. N. Services. Disk Scheduling. Monitors MODULE-II (15 Hours) Deadlocks: System model.R. Thrashing. Hardware Primitives Semaphore. Hidden Markov Model (HMM).M Deitel. Addison Wesley 2. Demand paging. Swap space Management. Cooperating Processes. Application of I/O interface. Critical section problem. Addison Wesley. Threads: User and Kernel level threads. John Wiley & Sons. 3. 2. Adaptive Quantization. operating system structure.The Auto Correlation Method. Virtual Memory: Background. MODULE-III Speech Recognition : Speech Recognition and Understanding. Parallel Systems. REFERENCE BOOKS 1. Simple Batch Systems. PHI 27 .quantization. Morgan. Process Scheduling. S Tannenbaum. Case study. Operating system structures: O. Distributed Systems and Real time Systems. Operating Systems – concepts and Design. Abraham Silberschatz and Peter Bear Galvin. Deadlock avoidance. L. Digital Speech Processing for Man-machine Communication by voice. Inter-process communication. Andrew. Multiprogramming and Time Sharing systems. Instantaneous companding. R. Deadlock Prevention. Process Management: Process concept. Speaker Recognition Systems – Speaker Verification and speaker Identification Systems.

Carl Hamacher. Mano PHI NewDelhi REFERENCE BOOKS 1. Govinda Rajalu. Performance. Requirement Analysis: Introduction to software specification. Computer Organization and Design Hardware/ Software Interface: David A. Introduction to software verifications. TEXT BOOKS 1. Implementation and Evaluation. Basic concepts on process and life cycle models. Concept of good design. Multiprocessors and multicomputers. Memory Operations. Software. spiral. Signed-operand multiplication . additional Instructions. Computer Architecture and Organisations. software matrix. Instructions and instruction Sequencing. Hardwired control. Patterson. formal proof of correctness. formal specification methods. B. John L. System testing. Zvonkovranesic. secondary storage. Computer system Architecture: Morris M. MODULE – II Arithmetic : Addition and subtraction of signed Numbers. 28 . Models: Waterfall. Prototype. V. Fast multiplication. Introduction to software Engineering: Basic concepts about software and program and Evolution of Software Engineering. (IEEE754 s…) and operations. Computer Organization. Mc Graw Hill. Incremental. Multibus organization. Bus structures. Integration. Assembly Language. System development Strategies.CS-428 COMPUTER ARCHITECTURE AND ORGANIZATION (3-0-0) MODULE –I Basic structures of Computers: Functional units. CS-421 SOFTWARE ENGINEERING (3-0-0) MODULE-I (15 Hours) Introduction to Information System Development: Overview of System Analysis and Design. data flow oriented design. subroutine. Software coding and testing: coding standard and guidelines. black box and white box testing Incremental testing. Computer Architecture and Organization. 2. Hayes Mc Graw Hill introduction. desirable design attributes. Safwat Zaky. software inspection. cache Memory. Categories of Information Systems. execution of complete Instructions. Virtual memories. Addressing modes. Basic Input/Output operations. RADM etc. SRS: Attributes of good SRS and organization of SRS document. code review. Hennessy ELSEVIER. 2. its needs and importance. operational concepts. Machine Instruction and Programms: Memory location and addresses. Floatingpoint Numbers. Design of Fast Adders. Memory Management requirement. MODULE-II (15 Hours) Software design: Methods and strategies. Evolutionary. formal approach design. Function-Oriented Software Design: structured system analysis and structured design. Micro programmed control Memory System: Basic Concepts. Design principles and Application. performance consideration. Tools for System development. Integer Division. Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing company Ltd 3. Testing: Unit. John P. Multiplication of positive Numbers. MODULE – III Basic Processing units: Fundamental concepts. Cohesion and coupling.

Mobile IP. diversity facilities – one for wired – and other for wireless connection emphasing the basic principle of operation. the medium Access Control sub layer. Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Co. 2. Data & Computer Communication. REFERENCE BOOKS 2. ARQ protocol. Peer-to-Pear protocols & service models. Pearson Education 29 . PHI. Multicast Routing. Wireless Channels and their associated problems. IPV6. quality assurance and software cost estimation (Delphi. McGraw Hill 4. MODULE-II (15 Hours) SONET Multiplexing and Sonet frame structure. capacity. James A. P. error ditection and correction capabilities of the system. Shortest Path Algorithms. CSMA. slotted Aloha. decoding. Key factors in Communication Network Evolution. The Internet Protocols. Introduction to Computer-aided Software Engineering. Alberto Leon-Garcia and Indra Widjaja.3. Complete Block diagram of a Digital Communication System including coding.MODULE-III (10 Hours) Software Reliability and Quality Management: S/W and H/W reliability. Overview of TCP/IP Architecture. Concept of Bandwidth. Booch : Object-Oriented analysis and design. Time Division Multiplexing and Wavelength Division Multiplexing. Applications and layered Architecture. 2. ISO 9000 . Satellite Cellular Network. A practitioner‟s approach. Signaling system Architecture. The OSI Reference Model. R. Reliability Matrices.6. TEXT BOOKS 1. Selection Portion from Ch. Narosa. Jalote: An integrated approach to software engineering. REFERENCE BOOKS 1. Software reuse and maintenance.7 and 8. Pressman: Software Engineering. Congestion Control. Random Access – Aloha. Internet Routing Protocol.4. COCOMO). data rate. New Delhi. New York. William Stallings. MODULE-III (15 Hours) Packet Switching Networks: Routing in Packet Networks. Rajib Mall : Fundamentals of Software Engineering . 1. Communication Networks. Traffic Management and QOS. Introducing the concepts of Frequency Division Multiplexing. TCP/IP: The TCP/IP Architecture. McGraw Hill. Senn: Analysis and Design of Information Systems. 3. Equalizer. Software engineering management: introduction to capability maturity model. Scheduling approaches to Medium Access Control.. Hong Zhu : Software Design Methodology. Elsevier EC – 445 COMPUTER COMMUNICATION NETWORKS (3-0-0) MODULE-I (11 Hours) Approach to Network Design. ATM Networks. Local Area Network and Medium Access Control Protocols: LAN structure. CSMA-CD. User Datagram Protocol. TEXT BOOKS 1. Transmission Control Protocol.5. New Delhi. the logical link control layer.2. Benjamin / Cumming Publishing Co. Circuit Switching and Packet Switching. Data line Controls. A brief introduction to co-ax cable and optical fiber and especially the latters serving as backbone of modern Internet System. G. S/W quality. Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol. LAN Standards. Other Adaptation Functions. Cellular Telephone Network.S.

and other learning techniques. state space representation of Mechanical and Electric systems. Eigenvalues and Eigenvector of state Matrix Solution of time-invariant state equation. models of neuron Learning Methods: Error–correction learning. Martin T. TMH Publishing company. Pearson Education. 2004. India IC-324 ADVANCED CONTROL SYSTEM ENGG. Thomson 2002 3. Yegnanarayama. Principles of Neuro computing for science and engineering. determination of State Transition Matrix. pole placement design. MODULE-II Radial-basis function Networks: interpolation problem. REFERENCE BOOKS 1. State equations and transfer functions. design of phase lead qnd phase lag controllers in time and frequency domain. Hagan. Tata McGraw Hill. Haykin. Covers theorem. virtues and limitation of BP algorithm. 2. PHI 2. 30 . (3-1-0) MODULE-I (12 Hours) Mathematical modeling of dynamic systems in state space. ISBN: 9780070482920. Beale. system descriptions by difference equations and solutions. Characteristics equation. Mapping between S-plane and Z-plane. Howard B. B. Demuth.EC-451 NEURAL NETWORKS AND APPLICATIONS (3-0-0) MODULE-I Fundamental Concepts: Introduction to Artificial Neural Networks (ANN). modifications to back-propagation. Observability. (ISBN: 09717321-0-8). TEXT BOOKS 1. Inverse Transform. Adaptive Filtering and Adaptive Pattern Recognition Problems. Sampling and Signal reconstruction: definition of Z-Transform. MODULE-III Application of ANN: Matrix Algebra Problems. competitive learning. Hebbian learning. MODULE-II (12 Hours) Introduction to design of control systems in state space. Neural Networks . Mark H.. Single neuron/ Perceptron networks: training methodology. use of Carley –Hamilton Theorem Controllability. Multilayer Perceptron: Back propagation algorithm. Recurrent Networks: Hopfield Networks. Artificial Neural Networks. I Kostanic.A Comprehensive Foundation. S. Applications. State observers. typical application to linearly separable problems. properties of Z-Transform. supervised learning. F M Ham. Neural Network Design. Satish Kumar. Neural Networks: A Classroom approach.

C. Rank and Steady-state. Martin T. Elitism. Two-Point. MODULE-II Genetic Algorithm: Basic Concepts. 2004. Introduction. Hagan. Basic concepts. transfer function of closed loop discrete data systems. Neuro-Fuzzy and Soft-Computing – A computational approach to learning and machine intelligence. Automatic Control System. Lyapunov stability criterion. Routing In Communication Network. fuzzy IF THEN rules. Demuth. Kuo. TEXT BOOKS 1. Membership function. Mutation: Mutation. Haykin. Combinatorial Optimization. Encoding: Binary. Decoding.452 SOFT COMPUTING (3-0-0) MODULE-I Neural networks. Selection: Roulette-wheel. Fuzzy relational operation. Sun and Mizutani. A Comprehensive Foundation. Introduction to Fuzzy systems. Neural Networks. Pulse and Z-Transform functions. Construction of phase trajectories. Pearson Education. Adaptive System Identification. Singular points. Value and Tree. MODULE-III Application: Control. 31 . Adaptive Neuro-Fuzzy Sytems. Search Space. Goldberg. Mutation Rate. derivation of describing functions for common non linearities. Ogata. B. MODULE –III (12 Hours) Non linear systems: Common physical nonlinearities. EC. Howard B. Digital Control and State Variable Methods. Hexadecimal. Ant Colony Optimization: Ant Foraging Behavior. Mark H. System analysis by phase plane method The describing function methods: Basic concepts. Training Methods. 1997.. Popov‟s stability criterion. Function Optimization. S. Octal. Beale. Jump resonance. the phase plane methods. Neural Networks: Tata McGraw Hill. Modern Control Engineering. A Classroom approach. Neural Network Design. TEXT BOOKS 1. New Delhi. Construction by analytical and graphical methods.Sample data control systems: Transfer function of discrete data systems. REFERENCE BOOKS 1. Single Neuron/ Perceptron Networks. Defuzzyffication – Sugeno and Mamdani type systems. PHI 3. Optimization and machine learning. Working Principle. Prentice Hall of India David E. India 2. Supervised and Unsupervised Learning Methods. Training Methods. Multi layered perceptrons. PHI 2. K. transfer function of Zero order and 1st order holds. Neuron Models. Tournament. Thomson 2002 3. Permutation. Matrix And Cross Over Rate. Multi-Point. stability analysis by Describing function approach. Crossover: Single-Point. 1989. “Tata McGraw Hill. Channel Equalization. Back-propagation algorithm. Communication Engineering. Fitness Function. transfer functions of discrete data system with cascade element. System Identification And Pattern Classification. Gopal M. Genetic Algorithms in search. Jang. Uniform. Applications to Linearly separable problems. Satish Kumar. stability of nonlinear systems.

Introduction to Web Application. three tier. Professional Java Server Programming. Internet Domains. Professional Java Server Programming J2EE 1. N tier. table. ASP Objects and Components. Web Browser. Image map. Enterprise) and Technologies. Ivan Bayross and Others. Multimedia in Web DHTML. custom function and object. Ivan Bayross. Cookbook SPD-O‟Reilly 4. Programming Fundamentals. Servlet API.asp files. Parsing valid XML.3 Edn. Locating Remote Objects. DOM. VBScript functionalities. Java Beans. Danny Ayers and others. MODULE-III (8 Hours) Distributed Computing Using RMI: Basics. 2. Connecting to Databases. Client Side Scripting: Introduction to Client side Scripting. Java Script Document Object Model. Color and Background. VBScript controls. Servlet Sessions. SL-285-SE6 Developing Applications with the Java SE Platform. BPB Publications. 6. TCP/IP and Internet. Vol-I and Vol-II . Entity Beans. Designing Forms and controls. Servlet vs. Document Type Definition. working with data. Web Technologies. Writing JSP application with standard Tag Libraries. Sun Solaris. Why CGI is used? How it Works? Get and Post methods. Servlet Programming. Working of . two tier. EJB vs.. Life Cycle of JSP Page. Features/ Benefits of EJB. MODULE-II (15 Hours) Introduction to Java Enterprise Edition 5: Programming for the Enterprise. SPD. EJB Architecture. Java Servlets: Introduction to Web Containers. Cookies. Servlet Architecture. Java Server Programming for Professional covers JAVA EE 5. FJ-310-EE5 Developing Applications for the Java EE Platform. RMI Architecture. Standard Action Elements of JSP. frame. CGI Basics. Apress.4) Black Book” “Java Servlet & JSP”. flow control structures. SAX. REFERENCE BOOKS 1. Perry. JSP Directives. SPD. GenericServlet Class. creating hyperlinks and anchors. Bruce W. operator. Context and Collaboration. Dream Tech Press . Working with Session Beans. Image. text formatting tags. XML: Introduction. data entry and validation using tables and forms using JavaScript. Wrox Press ltd.IT-411 INTERNET AND WEB TECHNOLOGY (3-0-0) MODULE-I (17 Hours) Internet Basics: Basic Concepts. Sun Solaris. Server Side Scripting: Introduction to Server side Scripting. Application Protocols. Types of EJB. Communication on the Internet. HttpServlet Class. 5. Subrajmanyam Allamaraju and others. 3. Idea of Web Server. Java Server Programming (J2EE 1. Style sheet. Enterprise Architecture (Single tier. RMI Exceptions. Implicit Objects and scope. Working with Servlet. Servlet life Cycle. 2. and Developing Applications with RMI. Scripting Elements. TEXT BOOKS 1. Java Server Pages: Basics and Architecture. Understanding Directory Services and JNDI. built in object. SL-134 Web Component with Servlets & JSP Technologies. SPD. form object and element. 32 . Web Design: HTML Tags. Enterprise Java Beans: Introduction. Applet. XML Document Syntax. Working with Databases. Sun Solaris.

multiple sequence comparison for structural inferences. E. Baxevanis. Algorithm on strings. Design of LOS Analogue. Nucleic Acids (RNA & DNA) Transcription and Translations. Distance and character based true reconstruction. TEXT BOOKS 1. Database searching for similar sequence (FASTA.Fundamental concepts of Bioinformatics – Pearson Education. MODULE-III (14 Hours) Pair wise sequence alignment local. Suffix Trees: Definition and examples Ukkonen‟s linear-time suffix tree algorithm. BLAST). MODULE-II (10 Hours) The Receivers:. Protein structure and function. Evlutionary trees and hierarchical clustering –VPGMA Neighbors Joining. Cambridge University Press. shortest superstring problem. Multiple String Alignment. Reconstructing trees from additive matrices. Dan Gusfield. 6. Dynamic Programming Calculation of edit distance. Generation of Subcarriers and Pilot carriers. Pair wise Sequence Alignment (Edit distance. Processing of Analogue Baseband Signal. A PEVZNER. Jones and P. L. Multiple alignments with sum-of. Setting of threshold.) small and large parsivrony problem.An Introduction to Bioinformatics Algorithms. 11. The standard groups. gaps). Molecular biology tools. consensus objective functions. Genetic code. 7. D. Bandwidth. Wiley.pairs. Trees and Sequences: Computer Science & Computational Biology. efficiencies of Parabolic Reflector antenna at Microwave frequency. Gain. Performance parameters of solid state Microwave Amplifier. Krane & M. string similarity. C.Interscience EC-463 MICROWAVE COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS (3-0-0) MODULE-I (12 Hours) Block diagram of Transmitter and Receiver of an Analogue and a Digital Microwave Communication Systems. Raymer. Super group. FM Bandwidth. Repeater stations.CS-416 BIOINFORMATICS (3-0-0) MODULE-I (12 Hours) Basic Concepts of Molecular Biology: Cellular Architecture. PAM. Processing of Digital Baseband Signal. N. 8 7 10 – relevant portions ) 3. Line of sight path characteristics. FM Demultiplexing. 2009 (chapters 3. Digital baseband format carrier modulation of digital baseband signal. Francis one llitte Bioinformatics. Open reading frame.MIT press. sequencing by Hybridization) Phylogenetic analysis (Evolutionary Trees. DNA Arrays. Applications longest common sub strings of two strings. Master group and Super Master group. B.FM demodulation. 10. Family & Super Family representation. Need of MSA. Recognizing DNA contamination. D. 1997 (Chapters: 5. MODULE-III (14 Hours) Sequencing (DNA sequencing. 14 & 15 relevant portions ) 2. Practical Design Specification. BLOSOM SUBSTITUTION MATRICES. F. Frequency Modulation of base band signal. 2003 (Chapter-1) REFERENCE BOOK 1. 33 .

Chapter 4. Devices and Device Drivers: I/O Devices. Inter Process Communication.PCI. Microwave Radio System Gain. Edwards. Real time and Embedded System. Interrupt servicing (Handling) mechanism. 2. TEXT BOOKS 1. By: Raj Kamal. Unified modeling language (UML). Digital link. P. MODULE-III (12 hours) Case Studies of Programming with RTOS: Automatic vending machine. Digital Microwave Communication Systems. Programming and Design. Path clearance. Design cycle in development phase for an embedded system. ISBN: 34 . MODULE-II (14 hours) Software and Programming Concepts: Processor selection for an embedded system. Embedded Programming in JAVA. Kluwer. TEXT BOOKS: 1. 5th Edition. University Press. Languages for Digital Embedded Systems. Issues in embedded system design. memory selection for an embedded system. Parallel Port Device Drivers in a System. Design of LOS. Hardware and Software Co-design: Embedded system project management. Use of software tools for development of an embedded system. Smart Card. Serial communication using IC. Network Operating System. Harold Kolimbins. By: Stephen A. Antenna Tower heights. Processor in the System. Wayne Tomasi. Adaptive Cruise Control System for a Car. Pearson Education Chapter 24. Problem of sharing data by multiple tasks and routines. Hybrid Diversity. Host system or computer parallel communication between networked I/O multiple devices using ISA. ISBN: 0070494703 2. I/O subsystem. Diversity: Frequency. Introduction to C/OS-II. Embedded systems-Architecture.MODULE-III (12 Hours) Microwave link. Note: The instructor should workout as many problems as possible in the class and through home assignment. Electronic Communication Systems. Digital Communication Systems. Sreekanth. Software embedded into a system. Protection Switching Arrangements. 2000. Other hardware units. Real Time Operating System: Operating system services. Need of well tested and debugged Real time Operating System (RTOS). Tata McGraw Hill. Multiple Processes and Application. Serial Port Device in a system. CAN and advanced I/O buses between the networked multiple devices. EI-425 EMBEDDED SYSTEM DESIGN (3-0-0) MODULE-I (14 Hours) Introduction: An Embedded System. Device Drivers. embedded system design and co-design issues in system development process. Embedded programming in C++. PCI-X and advanced buses. REFERENCE BOOK 1. Exemplary Embedded System-on-Chip (SOC) and VLSI circuit. Polarization and space diversity.V. Timer and counting Devices.

Design the Bio. R. Blaha. Data models. TEXT BOOKS 1. ER-modelling concepts-notationsExtended ER features. Systems approach to problem solving. Operating system concepts.addressing modes. Rumbaugh. S. Database. 3. IT-401 ESSENTIALS OF IT (3-0-0) MODULE-I (10 Hours) Fundamentals of Computer Architecture-Introduction-Organization of computer. System software-Assemblers-Loaders and Linkers-Compilers and Interpreters. manufacturing. CS-306 MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM (3-0-0) MODULE-I (12 Hours) Fundamentals of Information Systems.measure of CPU performance. 4. ButterworthHeinemann Publishers. 2. World Wide Web. Addison welsley. A Simple project on Database Design 3. Developing information system solutions.Data From using HTML All the assignments will be done in the Computer lab. Embedded Microprocessor Systems: Real World Design. HRM. 35 . Central Processing Unit-Execution Cycle. academic Press. 1. Abraham Silberschatz and Peter Bear Galvin. analysis of algorithms-Asymptotic notations MODULE-II (12 Hours) RDBMS-data processing-the database technology-data models.Instruction categories. SQL-DDL statements-DML statements-DCL statements. Navatne : 4th Edition. SQL tuning techniques. URL-HTML-HTTP protocol-Web Applications-Application Servers-Web Security. Elsevier. Information system components. Infosys course materials. Accounting and Finance. Fundamental of Database Systems. Logical database design-Normalization. MODULE-III (08 Hours) System Development Methodologies-Software Development Models. Problem Solving with Algorithms. The Art of Programming Embedded systems. Ball. Hennessy. Information Systems in marketing. Jack G. Table Creation and Queries using SQL 2. Elmasri. Memory-Input/Output devices-BUS.REFERENCE BOOKS: 1.1992. David A. ISBN: 0750675349 2. Operating system-Introduction. Object-oriented Modelling & Design with UML. John L. ISBN:0122748808. UML class Diagrams-relationships-Inheritance-Abstract classes-Polymorphism. Computer Organisation & Design . and Object Oriented Design methodology. Stuart R.: PHI REFERENCE 1. Components of Web Application-Browsers and Web servers. Pearson Education. Information quality. Ganssle. 3rd edition. Objects oriented concepts-object oriented programming. 2002. Patterson. Data resource management.Process management scheduling-Memory managementThreads.

7. Laudon. Creating the Product-Technology-Business Connection. Management Information Systems. Executive information Systems. Pearson Education Inc. Theory and Practice. Effective Organizing and Organization Culture. 2007. Margarethe H. Sixth Edition.. PHI Learning Pvt. Importance of Management in Engineering and Technology . REFERENCE BOOKS 1. McGraw-Hill Education (India). Ltd.. Third Edition. Management of Technology and Global Competitiveness. MODULE-III (12 Hours) Planning & implementation of Information Systems.. New Delhi. Claggett. Management Information Systems. First Edition.Environmental Impact on the Management Process. Expert Systems. Stephen Haag. 2009. Davis. Importance and Scope of Management. Management and Environment. Kendall . McGraw-Hill Education (India). Kendall. Oxford University Press. Appraisal. Amy Philips. Directing – Crisis Management and Corporate Governance. Training. Technology Planning. CENGAGE Learning India Pvt.Analysis & Design of Information Systems. Organization Structure. James A. Decision Support Systems. 2. Effy Oz. 36 . Maeve Cummings. 4. New Delhi. Management Information Systems. Technology as an Instrument of Competition. Globalisation and Business Environment. Ltd. Evolution of Management Thought. Jane P. New Delhi. Computer crime. TEXT BOOKS 1. Knowledge Management. Kenneth E. George M. Formulation of a Technology Strategy. economics of information security) & ethical challenges. James R. O'Brien. Marakas. Ltd. Laudon. Structured flow chart. Social Responsibilities and Obligations of Business Management. McGraw-Hill Education. 5. Dataflow Analysis. Transaction Processing Systems. MODULE-II [12 hours] The Process of Management. Management Information Systems. Murdick. Structured Analysis. Olson. Decision Table. Leveling. New Delhi 3. Developing dataflow diagrams. Julie E. Strategies. 2008. Security (Goals. 1985. Data dictionary. Senn . Robert G. Mahadeo Jaiswal. New Delhi. Planning – Essentials of Planning and Managing by Objectives. 6. Joel E. Tools for dataflow strategy. HIPO. Policies. Ross. PHI Learning Pvt. Monika Mital. HS-402 PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT (3-0-0) MODULE-I [12 hours] Introduction to Management: Science. New Delhi.MODULE-II (12 Hours) Information analysis and design tools : Decision tools. risks. Planning Perishes. 2004. Staffing – Selection. New Delhi. security & recovery measures of IS. Organising – Principles of Organization. Kenneth C. Gordon B. Warnier/ORR diagram. Sixth Edition. Development. and Decision Making. James A. Information Systems for Modern Management. New Delhi. Tenth Edition. 2. System Analysis and design. Management Information Systems. New Delhi.. Management Information Systems. McGraw-Hill Education (India). controls.Critical Factors in Managing Technology. Second Edition. Eighth Edition.

Multiple Access Techniques: FDMA. Scattering. 14th Edition. 2010. Traffic Routing. Handover. Diffraction. M. REFERENCE BOOKS 1. Frequency Selective Channel. Practical link budget design using path loss model. frequency diversity. CDMA. Morden Concept of Marketing. Small scale fading & multipath . C. Wireless Application Protocol (WAP). Outdoor propagation Model – Okumura Model. Tools of Financial Decision Making. Tata McGraw Hill. Microcell Zone Concept. Minimum shift keying MSK Gaussian minimum shift keying GMSK. 2009. Tata McGraw-Hill Edition. 2. Frequency reuse.Knowledge Management. Diversity Techniques : Space diversity. System Architecture. MODULE-III (10 Hours) Wireless Network. Financial Management. Business Organisation and Managemnt. Project Appraisal. Linear Equalizers. 2. MODULE-II (15 Hours) Spread Spectrum Techniques : PN Sequence. Reflection. 5. 6. Handoff. Security. Ground Reflection (2-ray) Model. 10 and 11. 2. Circuit switching & Packet Switching. 2009. Time dispersion parameters. Least Mean Square algorithm. REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. 2009. Management of Technology. Control Techniques and Information Technology. Modern Wireless Communication . 3rd Reprint. Introduction to SS7 signaling. Tata McGraw Hill. Coherence Bandwidth and Coherence time of a Channel. EC – 442 MOBILE COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING (3-1-0) MODULE-I (15 Hours) Cellular Concept & System Design: Fundamentals Hexagonal Cell. I. Jocken Schiller. Modulation Techniques for mobile radio : π/4 QPSK. Maximum Likelihood Sequence Estimation Equalizer (MLSE). Mobile Communication. Theodore S. 9th Edition. The OSI Model GSM. TEXT BOOKS 1. TDMA. Parameters of Mobile Multipath Channels. Selected portions from Chapter 3. C. Pandey. DS-SS. Protocols. Wireless Communication. 37 . Rappaport . Chand & Sons. Financial Functions of Management – Concept of Financial Management. Functional Classification of Marketing. OFDM and their performance analysis. in fading and Multipath channels. Flat Channel. 2nd Edition. Pearson Education. Basu. R. MODULE-III [12 hours] Functions of Management – Marketing Function of Management. 4. and Mobile TCP. Sectoring. Fundamental Needs of Customers. SDMA. Controlling – The System and Process of Controlling. Harold Koontz and Heinz Weihrich. Management – Theory and Practice. Vikas Publications. Mobile Radio Propagation : Large –Scale path loss Free space propagation model. Tarek Khalil. Role of Distribution Channels and Advertising. Introduction to Short-Term and Long-Term Sources of Financing. Adjacent Channel interference. Marketing Mix. Interferences and System Capacity. B. Gupta. 2nd Edition. 3. Pearson Publication. Sense CDMA. 8 th Edition. Equalization and Diversity: Fundamental of equalization. S. Determination of percentage of coverage area. Simon Haykin and Michael Moher. PH-Ss and their performances. 2008. Essentials of Management. Localization and calling.Factors influence small scale fading. Polarization diversity & Time diversity. 7. Pearson Education. 9. Mobile IP. TEXT BOOKS : 1. Improving coverage and capacity in Cellular Systems – Cell Splitting.


Implementation of low pass filter and digital filter banks. Data and signal multiple access. W. Antenna look angle. Link budget analysis. cell splitting. . TEXT BOOKS 1. Pearson Education. Bit interleaving Vrs. QAM. . /4 QPSK-their PSD. Protection switching arrangement. yule-walker. non-parametric method barlett.FM microwave radio-system. . interpolation by a factor I. OQPSK. TDMA & CDMA wireless communication system. Multiplexing:. Digital & Analog TV transmission. MA and ARMA models. Communication System (4th edition). IS-95 and GPS. 2G & 3G system.Transmitter.24. propagation effect.Cellular telephone system-1G. Leon W Couch II. 2. Simon Haykins. link budget evaluation. Satellite communication system:. John Willey & Sons Inc. Pearson Education. WDM. BPSK. FIR wiener filter. Discrete Cosine Transform. MODULE-II (15 Hours) Microwave radio communication system:. MPSK. FM microwave radio station. minimum shift keying & GMSK OFDM. Fundamentals through Advanced Digital & Analog Communication System (6th Edition). Electronics communication system (5th edition). path loss.11. Tomasi.Satellite orbit. Microwave Repeater Station path characteristics. and 25. parametric method. MODULE-III DSP Transforms: Discrete sine transform. composite baseband signal. Geostationary satellite. sampling rate conversion by a national factor I/D.T1 digital carrier system. MODULE-II Linear prediction. Chapter 9. Eb/N0 link budget digital system. sampling rate conversion of band pass signals. forward and backward linear prediction. frequency reuse.EC . Trellis Code Modulation.OOK. Lattice filters.20. Receiver. Diversity. errors resulting from rounding and truncation. Power spectrum estimation. REFERENCE BOOKS 1. Multilevel modulated Bandpass signaling.signal power received. GSM. . . AR. DPSK. 39 .QPSK. Word interleaving. characterization of noise sources. FSK. Frame synchronization. system Gain. Discrete Hartely Transform and applications. Multi-rate digital signal processing: decimation by a factor D.444 ADVANCED COMMUNICATION SYSTEM (3-0-0) MODULE-I (10 Hours) Review of fundamental concept of Digital Communication: Binary modulated Bandpass signaling:. EC-422 ADVANCED DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING (3-0-0) MODULE-II Quantization and round off effects in digital filters : Fixed and floating point representation of numbers. Repeaters. FDMA. MODULE-III (08 Hours) Wireless Communication:.

Radio frequency and Microwave Electronics illustrated. Basic circuit elements . Transverse Transmission line Technique. D. Pulse Doppler Radar. 2. 4. Koul. Wiley Publication. System losses. 40 . McGraw Hill. New Delhi. Delay line canceller.P. Method of conformal transformation. EC-462 RADAR SYSTEM ENGINEERING (3-0-0) MODULE-I (10 Hours) Radar Equation. Proakis. Branchline directional couplers. Hybrid Technology – Thin film. Minimum detectable signal. FMCW Radar. Manolakis. 1998. Analysis of coupled striplines : Edge coupled Symmetric stripline – Conformal Transformation Method. J. Hybrid Rings and Baluns. MODULE-II (10 Hours) Analysis of stripline : Symmetric stripline with zero thickness centre Conductor – Conformal Transformation Method . PTR. Radmanesh. Conical scan and Monopulse types. . 3. coupled line filter elements. Sanjit K. Lumped Elements. Probability density functions. Subclutter visibility. Statistical Digital Signal Processing And Modeling . Variational approach .” Prentice Hall. thick film and mid film technologies. Impedance matching network. 1993. 2. Comparison of trackers. Chapter 21. Multiple Frequency CW Radar. PHI. SNR. Bharathi Bhat and Shibon K. Finite Difference Method. Planar Transmission Lines – Method of Analysis TEM Analysis . Lumped element for MIC substrate for MIC. Mitra. Mathew M. . Power dividers. Microwave Integrated Circuits. MODULE-III (13 Hours) Circuit Design and Applications. Integration of Radar Pulses.G. Monson H Hayes. Monolithic technology. Propagation effects. CW and Frequency Modulated Radar. P. EC-412 MICROWAVES AND RF INTEGRATED CIRCUITS (3-0-0) MODULE-I (12 Hours) Elements of Microwave Integrated Circuits (MIC) Planar transmission line. TEXT BOOKS 1. “Digital Signal Processing”. Transmission line sections and stubs .TEXT BOOKS 1. MTI using Range gater & filters. PRF and Range ambiguity. “ Digital Signal Processing: A Computer Based Approach. Pearson Publicatin. Tracking Radar: Sequential lobing. RCS of targets. Doppler Effect. CW Radar. Willy Eastern Limited. Antenna Parameters. “Multirate Systems And Filter Banks. 1995. Vaidyanathan.G. MODULE-II (12 Hours) MTI and Pulse Doppler Radar: MTI Radar.

MODULE-III (10 Hours) Modern Radar Systems: Pulse compression Radar. REFERENCE BOOKS 2. Phased Array Radars – Phase and Frequency Scanning. Synthetic Aperture Radar. Fiber Optic Communication and Technology. optical filters. EC-446 ADVANCED OPTICAL COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS (3-0-0) MODULE-I (08 Hours) Electromagnetics of optical Fiber: Mode theory for circular waveguides: waveguide equations. Linearly Polarized mode. Type Conversion and Casting. MODULE-III (10 Hours) Optical Networks: SONET / SDH. MODULE-II (10 Hours) WDM concepts and components: Passive components – couplers. Performance of WDM+EDFA system & optical CDMA. Skolnik. Strings. Modes in step-index fibers. Operators and their precedence. TEXT BOOKS 1. Radar Handbook – 2nd Edition– McGraw Hill International Edition. Trends in fiber design. Machzehnder Interferometer Multiplexer. Mynbaer and Lowell L. Single mode fiber. Comments. Java Development Kit. Modal Equation. Optical Amplifiers: Semiconductor Optical Amplifier. TEXT BOOKS 1. Gerd Keiser. Broadcast-and-select WDM Network. dispersion compensating fibers. Wavelength-Routed Network. EDFA. Power flow in step-index fibers. IT-314 PROGRAMMING WITH JAVA (3-0-0) MODULE –I (12 Hours) Introduction to Java and Java programming Environment: History and Features of Java. Non-linear effects in single mode fiber. Variables. Assignments and initializations. Bragg Grating filter. Skolnik. Wavelength Converters. Pearson Education. Optical Fiber Communications – 3rd Edition. Graded indeed fiber structure. Merrill I. Arrays. Radar Beacons. McGraw Hill. Phase-Array based WDM devices. Tata-McGraw Hill. Scheiner. Ultra high capacity networks. JRE. 41 . 2. Control Flow. Single mode fibers: Coping with dispersion. Introduction to Radar Systems. Djafar K. Merrill I. Fundamental programming structures in Java: Data Types. Non-linear effects on NW performance.

importing packages. Type-II. Creating a Frame window in an Applet. Exception Handling: Fundamentals. Working with Graphics. using wait() and notify(). Networking classes and interfaces. Components. String Handling: String constructors. Java‟s Built-in exceptions. Architecture. Exception Types. Abstract Class. Dealing with Errors. Random Java. Text Fields. Features. SPD. Applet: Basics. URL connection. Final Class and Method. Object Cloning. Using Existing classes.Concepts of Objects and Classes: Introduction to Object oriented programming. Event Listener interfaces. Inheritance Basics: Extending Classes. Debugging Techniques. AppletContext and showDocument(). Socket overview. Handling Events by extending AWT components. MODULE –II (18 Hours) Multi-Threading: Java Thread Model. Balguruswamy. The HTML Applet tag. Type-III. TMH. user defined exceptions. Buttons. Passing parameter to Applets. String length. REFERENCE BOOKS 1. Reflection. Canvas. Interfaces can be extended. serialization. TEXT BOOKS 1. Overloading Method. “Programming with Java”. Interfaces vs. Modifying a String. Icons and Labels. Database connectivity programs. Type-IV Drivers. Collection classes. Using super to call super class Constructors. O‟ Reilly. constructor overloading. Head First Java. File Management in Java. Cay S. static Fields and Method. Sun Solaris. Dynamic Method Dispatch. Sun MicroSystem Press. Trees. Inner classes. 42 . AWT Control Fundamentals. Scroll Panes. Character Extraction. Character Stream. Core Java Vol-I & Vol-II. 2. Creating multiple threads. Creating a thread. Adapter Classes. TCP/IP client sockets. Packages and Interfaces: Packages. Use of Iterator. Tabbed Panes. SL-275-SE6 Java Programming Language. The Collection Algorithm. Shirish Chavan. JDBC: Fundamentals.util: The Collection interface. Garbage Collection. finally. Swing: An Introduction. Dialog Boxes. String Comparison. TMH 2. throws. MODULE –III (10 Hours) Event Handling: Basics of Event Handling. Thread priorities. Event Class. SPD. The legacy Classes and interface. Kathy Sierra and Bert Bates. Layout management. thro. JApplet. 3. Multiple catch. Skeleton. Java. Stream classes Byte Stream. Interfaces. Method Overriding. Java for Biginners.io: The java I/O Classes and Interfaces. Combo Boxes. Window fundamentals. Exploring java. variables in interfaces. Assertions. Type-I. AWT: AWT Classes. using final with Inheritance. “The Complete Reference Java 2. The Class Class. Window. The Object Class. Using isAlive() and join(). String Tokenizer. Delegation Event model. Access Protection. Herbert Schildt.Lang: Simple type wrappers. Using try & catch. Frame. Runtime memory management. Thread Synchronization. Networking: Basics. TCP/IP Server Sockets. Container. Understanding final and this keyword. Building your own classes. Horstmann & Gary Cornell. Using Abstract Classes. Panel. Tables. 4.

OLAP Technology for Data Mining. Introduction of Adaptive Array and Adaptive Beam Forming. Other Classification Methods. Recursive least square algorithm. 2. Classification by Decision Tree Induction. Bernard Widrow and Samuel D. Sterns. alternative expression of gradient. From Association Mining to Correlation Analysis. Data Preprocessing: Needs Preprocessing the Data. windowed RLS . Adaptive filtering. adaptive channel equalization. 43 . transform domain LMS. Cancellation Noise In Speech Signals. MODULE-II IIR adaptive filter: equation error form. Multidimensional Data Model. Adaptive Echo Cancellation. Applications of adaptive filter : 50hz Interference In Electrocardiography. Adaptive Filter Theory. Classification of Data Mining systems. 2005. Data Mining – Concepts and Techniques. Block adaptive filter(time and DFT domains. Data Cleaning. Bayesian Classification. Density-Based Methods. MODULE-III Adaptive control systems: Model Inverse and Model Reference Controls. Data Integration and Transformation. Mining SingleDimensional Boolean Association Rules from Transactional Databases. Cluster Analysis Introduction: Types of Data in Cluster Analysis. Jiawei Han & Micheline Kamber Harcourt India. Simon Haykin and Thomas Kailath. Adaptive line enhancement and adaptive system identification. Adaptive linear combiner : the performance function. Classifier Accuracy. Data Mining Functionalities. TEXT BOOK 1. CS-419 DATA MINING (3-0-0) MODULE-I (15 Hours) Introduction: Fundamentals of data mining. 2nd Indian reprint. Partitioning Methods. Model-Based Clustering Methods. Major issues in Data Mining. 4th Edition. Mining Multilevel Association Rules from Transaction Databases. 2002. Pearson Education.. Discretization and Concept Hierarchy Generation. gradient and minimum mean square error. TEXT BOOKS 1. Adaptive Signal Processing. GridBased Methods. Constraint-Based Association Mining. Data Reduction. Cancellation Of Maternal ECG In Electrocardiography. Classification by Back propagation. MODULE-II (10 Hours) Mining Association Rules in Large Databases: Association Rule Mining. MODULE-III (15 Hours) Classification and Prediction: Issues Regarding Classification and Prediction. Pearson Education. NLMS. Mining Multidimensional Association Rules from Relational Databases and Data Warehouses. Classification Based on Concepts from Association Rule Mining. Prediction. A Categorization of Major Clustering Methods. Cancellation Of Donor-Heart Interference. LMS.EC-424 ADAPTIVE SIGNAL PROCESSING (3-0-0) MODULE-I Adaptive systems: Examples and applications.

Types of scanning. ferrite phasers. Mehmed Kantardzic.REFERENCE BOOK 2. Thinned Array. Arun K. Element Pattern. University Press 3. Element phasing calculation. Phase shifters: PIN diode phasers. McGraw Hill . Element Impedance. & III . Pujari. feed effects. Array simulators. MIT Press. Chapter 7 REFERENCE BOOK 1. Academic Press. and Algorithm. Merrill Skolnik Radar Handbook 2nd Edition. Quantization effect. Phase quantization. Bandwidth of Phased Array – aperture effects. Data Mining Techniques. Wiley. Heikki Mannila and Padhraic Smyth. 4. Periodic effects. Illumination functions. Solid state MODULEs. Hansen. New Jersey.C. 44 . Effect of errors. Daniel T. Random errors. John Wiley. Models. 5. Effects of mutual coupling. Compensation of scanned impedance variation. IEEE Press. II. Beam steering by phase. Data Mining: Concepts. Scanning of arrays. Discovering Knowledge in Data : An Introduction to Data Mining. Larose. Phased Array systems. Fall 2000. Plantar array: Grid structure. New York 1964. David J. Principles of Data Mining. Impedance variation of free space. Microwave scanning Antennas Vol. Aperture matching and mutual coupling: Significance of aperture matching. R. Methods. Array Theory: Linear array. 2004. variation of main beam width and side lobe level with scan. Mutual Coupling and surface waves. MODULE-II (12 Hours) Low side lobe phased arrays. MODULE-III (08 Hours) Feed Networks or Beam formers. I. EC-464 PHASED ARRAY ANTENNA SYSTEMS (3-0-0) MODULE-I (15 Hours) Phased Array Radars. TEXT BOOK 1. 2002. John Wiley & Sons. frequency and switching. Hand. Hoboken.

Design of Multiplexer 8. 4. 3. Design of Half Adder 6. Study of different component and set up of a satellite communication link. 2. Design of Decoder circuits 9. Measurement of unknown impedance in a microwave test bench using Smith chart. 7. 10. 11. Measurement of various losses in an optical fiber. Characteristics of NMOS 2. Design of Full Adder 7. D flip flop 10. Identification of different components of an optical fiber link and study of their behaviors. Measurement of frequency and wavelength of a signal passing through the waveguide. Performance analysis of an Optical fiber analog and digital link. Design and simulation of an antenna with given specification.SESSIONALS 7th Semester EI–471 VLSI LAB (0-0-3) Lab „1‟ through „4‟ can be done using Tanner Spice/Magic tools Lab „5‟ through „10‟ should be done using Xilinx or IRSIM or any other open source tools (GPSL) List of experiments: 1. 5. Performance analysis of an audio channel using satellite link. Design of Latch. Design and simulation of TDM and WDM system. 45 . 6. Characteristics of CMOS 3. Implementation of inverter. Setup and component identification of a microwave test bench and 8. Measurement of pulse dispersion in an optical waveguide and measurement of numerical aperture. 9. S-R flip flop. Design of Memory circuits EC 473 COMMUNICATION SYSTEM LAB (0-0-3) List of experiments: 1. Stick Diagram: Introduction to λ rules 4. NAND and NOR gates 5.

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