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B.E. Electronics And Communication (Four Year Semester Scheme)
Teaching and Examination Scheme for BE (4 Year Course) in Electronics & Communication Engineering
Distribution of Marks
Year:II Semester: III
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Maximum Marks *I.A. Exam Total
A. THEORY PAPERS 3EC1 3EC2 3EC3 3EC4 3EC5 3EC6 3EC6.1 3EC6.2 3EC6.3 3EC6.4 B.Practical & Mathematics III Electronic Devices & Circuits Circuit Analysis Electronic Measurements & Instrumentation Data Structure & Algorithms 3 1 3 1 3 1 2 1 3 0 3 3 3 3 3 3 20 20 20 20 20 20 80 80 80 80 80 80 100 100 100 100 100 100
Elective (any one of the 3 0 following) Electrical Technology Electronic Materials & Processes Environmental Engg. Optimization Techniques
Sessional 3EC7 3EC8 3EC9 3EC10 3ECDC Electronics Workshop 2 3 3 3 45 60 60 45 30 40 40 30 75 100 100 75 50 17 4 11 1000 Computer Programming Lab Electronics LabI Electronic Measurement & Instrumentation Lab Discipline & Extra Curricular activities: GRAND TOTAL
*I.A.  Internal Assessment Teaching and Examination Scheme for BE (4 Year Course) in Electronics & Communication Engineering
Year:II
Semester: IV
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Subject
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A. THEORY PAPERS 4EC1 4EC2 4EC3 4EC4 4EC5 4EC6 4EC6.1 4EC6.2 Advanced Mathematics Applied Electronics Digital Electronics Electromagnetic Field Theory Telecommunication Engineering Elective (any one of the following) Object Oriented Prog. Data Base Management System 3 1 3 1 3 0 3 1 3 1 3 0 3 3 3 3 3 3 20 20 20 20 20 20 80 80 80 80 80 80 100 100 100 100 100 100
4EC6.3 4EC6.4 B.Practical & Sessional: 4EC7 4EC8 4EC9 4EC10 4ECDC
Computer Graphics Automobile Engineering
Advanced Programming Lab Electronics LabII Digital Electronics Lab Humanities & Social Science Discipline & Extra Curricular activities: GRAND TOTAL


3 3 2 2 
60 60 45 45
40 40 30 30
100 125 75 50 50
18 4 10 


1000
*I.A.  Internal Assessment Teaching and Examination Scheme for BE (4 Year Course) in Electronics & Communication Engineering
Year:III
Semester: V
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Subject
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A. THEORY PAPERS 5EC1 5EC2 5EC3 5EC4 5EC5 5EC6 5EC6.1 Signals and Systems Theory and Application of Integrated Circuits Computer Architecture Communication Theory Microwave Engg.  I 3 1 3 0 3 0 3 1 2 1 3 3 3 3 3 3 20 20 20 20 20 20 80 80 80 80 80 80 100 100 100 100 100 100
Elective (any one of the 3 1 following) Medical Electronics
5EC6.2 5EC6.3 5EC6.4 5EC6.5 B.Practical & Sessional: 5EC7 5EC8 5EC9 5EC10 5ECDC
Principles of Programming Languages Audio Video Systems Advanced Data Structures Computer Oriented Numerical & Statisticals Methods
Electronic Engineering Design Lab Microwave Engg. LabI Communication LabI Practical Training SeminarI Discipline & Extra Curricular activities: GRAND TOTAL


3 3 3 2 
60 60 60 30
40 40 40 20
100 100 100 50 50
17 4 11 


1000
*I.A.  Internal Assessment Teaching and Examination Scheme for BE (4 Year Course) in Electronics & Communication Engineering
Year:III
Semester: VI
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Subject
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Maximum Marks *I.A. Exam Total
A. THEORY PAPERS 6EC1 6EC2 Microwave Engg.II Microprocessors and 3 1 3 0 3 3 20 20 80 80 100 100
Microcontrollers 6EC3 6EC4 6EC5 6EC6 6EC6.1 6EC6.2 6EC6.3 6EC6.4 B.Practical & Sessional: 6EC7 6EC8 6EC9 6EC10 6ECDC Communication LabII Microprocessor Lab Electronics CAD Lab Industrial Electronics Lab Discipline & Extra Curricular activities: GRAND TOTAL 18 3 11 3 3 2 3 60 60 45 45 40 40 30 30 100 100 75 75 50 1000 Industrial Electronics Digital Communication Control System Engg. Elective (any one of the following) Neural Networks Software Engineering Parallel Computation & Architecture Design and Analysis of Algorithms 3 0 3 1 3 1 3 1 3 3 3 3 20 20 20 20 80 80 80 80 100 100 100 100
*I.A.  Internal Assessment Teaching and Examination Scheme for BE (4 Year Course) in Electronics & Communication Engineering
Year:IV
Semester: VII
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Subject
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A. THEORY PAPERS
Practical & Sessional: 7EC7 7EC8 7EC9 7EC10 7ECDC Antenna and Wave Propagation Digital Signal Processing Wireless Communication IC Technology VLSI Design 3 1 3 1 3 1 3 1 2 1  3 3 3 3 3 3 20 20 20 20 20 20 80 80 80 80 80 80 100 100 100 100 100 100 Elective (any one of the 3 0 following) Multimedia Systems Advanced Microprocessor Remote Sensing AI and Expert System Minor Project   2 3 3 2  30 60 60 60 20 40 40 40 50 100 100 100 50 Digital Communication & Signal Processing Lab Antenna Lab Practical Training SeminarII Discipline & Extra Curricular activities: GRAND TOTAL  17 5 10    1000 *I.2 7EC6.1 7EC6.A./week Exam Hrs.Internal Assessment Teaching and Examination Scheme for BE (4 Year Course) in Electronics & Communication Engineering Year:IV Semester: VIII Code Subject Hrs. . Maximum Marks .4 B.7EC1 7EC2 7EC3 7EC4 7EC5 7EC6 7EC6.3 7EC6.
THEORY PAPERS 8EC1 8EC2 8EC3 8EC4 8EC4. .Practical & Sessional: 8EC5 8EC6 8EC7 8EC8 8EC9 8ECDC Computer Network Programming Lab Industrial Economics & Management System Design and Advanced Communication Lab Project Seminar Discipline & Extra Curricular activities: GRAND TOTAL Computer Networks Optical Communication 3 1 3 1  Hrs *I.2 8EC4.A.4 B.Internal Assessment Semester III 3EC1 MATHEMATICSIII .1 8EC4. Exam Total 3 3 3 3 20 20 20 20 80 80 80 80 100 100 100 100 Radar & TV Engineering 3 1 Elective (any one of the 3 1 following) Image Processing and Pattern Recognition VHDL Design Microcontrollers and Embedded Systems Operating Systems 3 2 3 3 4  45 45 60 120 60 30 30 40 80 40 75 75 100 200 100 50 12 4 15    1000 *I.L T P A.3 8EC4.A.
Equivalent circuits and biasing of JEFT's Low frequency CS and CD JFET amplifiers FET as a voltage variable resistor. LEDs. BJT. NUMERICAL ANALYSIS:Finite difference. Thermal runaway.Lagrange's method& standared forms. Hall effect. Charplt's method. Fermi dirac distribucation. current components.charplt's method. STATISICS AND PROBABILITY: Elementry thyeory of probability Baye's theorem with simple applications. voltage multipliers. DIODE CIRCUITS:Diode as a ckt element.Euraler's and modified Euler's methods.I & II:JPH 6. Change of Intervals.1. charage densities in a semiconductor. Differentiation Numercal IntegrationTrapezoidal rule. Frequency response. saxena. Grewal.chand & co.C. load line concept. Photo transistors. JFET. Interpolation formulae. M. SMALL SIGNAL AMPLIFIERS AT LOW FREEQUENCY: Analysis of BJT and FET. 2. 5.Higher Engineering Mathematics. 3. Students Friends & Co. 4. midband gain. J. LDR. MOSFET. 3. DC and RC coupled amplifiers. thermistors.ping and clamping circuits. forward and backward differences. EbersMoll model. B. BEMICONDUCTOR PHYSICS:Mobility and conductivity.C. thermal stability. DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS: ordinary differential equation of second order with variable coefficients Homogeneous form. characteristics and working principles of the following devices:junction diodes. FOURIER SERIES:Expansion of simple function in fourier series.Probability and Statisitics for Engineers Pearson Education. J. 4. change of independent varible. carrier concentration of fermi level in semiconductor Generation and recombination of charges diffusion and continuity equation Mass action Law.f. Solar cells. CC and CB amplifiers. Solution in series(without particulars integral). change of dependent varible.theoritical probability distributionsBinomial. 4.ential equations of frist order.N. Harmonic Analysis. Recommended Books 1. CE. UJT.Exact form solution when a part of c. hpara meter equivalent circuits. simsion's one thrid and threeeighth rules. clip. Hybrid model. Johnson .mula. 5.Chandrika Prasad(a) Mathematics for Engineers: Prasad Mudralays (b) Advanced Mathematics for Engnineers: Prasad Mudralaya 2.S.photo diodes.Enginiering Mathematics Vol.Gaur & kaul . Stirling's formula Lagrange's Interpolation for. Biasing & stabilization techniques. Poisson and Normal distributions. chaturavedi & H. 3.Ray. 2. TRANSISTORS: Transistor characteristics. Miline's method and RungaKutta fourth order method. Numerical solution of ordernary differ. 3EC2 ELECTRONIC DEVICES& CIRCUITS 1. Expected value.C.picard's method.A text book of differential equation. Half Range series. Current gains: alpha and beta. DEVICES:Construction. gains . Partial differential equations of first orderLagrange's method &standard froms. Variation of parameters. kapur & H. saxena.Mathematics statistics : S. Operating point. CB and CC configuration. DC and AC analysis of CE. is known. Khanna pub.
Franklin F . coefficient of coupling and mutual. Tata McGraw Hill. Recommended Books 1.SE. Recommended Books: 1. 2. Van Valkenburg. Darlington & cascade ckts. Shur . COUPLING ELEMENTS & COUPLED CIRCUITS: Conductively coupled circuits. ramp and sinsuoidal response Analysis of first order and second order circuits. Time domain & transform domain (frequency. inductively and conductively coupledcircuits. ABCD parameters. hparameters. M. 2.C. 3EC 3CIRCUIT ANALYSIS 1. 5. step. Oxford Press.Netwrok analysis and sysnthesis. Laplace) analysis. Transformer equigvalent. transformer equivalent. Basic circuit theory.at low and high frequency. 7. reciprocity. Rebert Boylestad & L.Network Analysi.Integrated Electornics. Pearson Education. TWO PORT NETWORKS: Two por. Jhon Wiley & sons. Procedure of Finding network functions for general two terminal pair networks. Nashelsky . parameters and their interrelations zparameters yparaneters. analysis of DC and differential amplifiers. Inductively coupled circuitsmutual inductance. Miller's Theorem. RL & RC networks synthesis. Initial and final value theorems. Prentice Hall of India. And Duh. NETWORK SYNTHESIS: Hurwitl polynomial. Emitter & source followers. 3. NETWORK THEOREMS: Thevenin's. Halkias . Prentice Hall. 2. II Ed. Stability & causality. Kuo. Sedra SmithMicro Electronic Circuits. Network with dependent sources. FloydElectronic Devices. Desoer. 3. Foster First & Second form. 1999.Physics of Semiconductor Devices. Image parameters Attenuation & phase shift in symmetrical T and networks. driving point imedance transfer functions. Superposition. Equivalence of two ports. Mc Graw Hill. . 5. India. Inductance between portions of same circuits and between parallel branches. Different kind of symmetry. Caller forms. Cascading Transistor amplifiers. 4. Power in circuit.s. India. 4. poles and zeros. E. positive real function. 6. . Miller's Tellegen's and maximum power transfer theorems. TRANSIENT ANALYSIS: Impulse. Compensation. C. Pearson Education. LINER NETWORK RESPONSET TO NONSINUSOIDAL INPUTS: Complex periodic waves and their analysis by Fourier analysis. interconnection of two port network. 3. J Millman & C. NETWEORK FUNCTIONS: Terminals and terminal pair.E. Norton's.Electronic Devices and Circuit Theory.
Kalsi . Special purpose oscilloscopes: Multibeam. 3 EC 4 ELECTRONIC MEASUREMENTS & INSTRUMENTATION 1. Oscilloscope Techniques of Measurement of frequency. and Kinmmerly ."Electronic Inst. Systematic & random errors Modeling of errors. Commpnent Measuring Instruments.M. Terman & J. Talbar & UpadhyayElectronic Instrumentation. 6. RF Power & Voltage Meausrements. SIGNAL GENERATION: Sinewave generators. storage & sampling Oscillocopes. Harmonic distortion analyser. Hill. Probable error & standard deviation. OSCILLOSCOPES: CRT Construction.Circuits and Networks.. PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT: Space complexity and Time complexity. TRANSDUCERS: Classification Selection criteria. S. . Signal conditioning. Cooper ."Electrical & Electronic Measurement & Inst. Gaussian error analysis. S/N improvement Introduction to shielding & grounding. Heterodyne wave analyser. SIGNAL ANALYSIS: Measurement Technique.S. Phase Angle and. Wave Analysers."Electronic Inst. omega and theta notations and their significance. 3 EC 5 DATA STRUCTURES & ALGORITHMS 1. Sweep frequency generators. Vectro Impendence meter. 5. Dhanpat Raj & Sons. bit oh. Mc Graw Hill. & Measurement Techniques. Constructional and Operational features. multitrace. W. & Measurement. Tata Mc Graw Hill. velocity. Basic CRO circuits. Hayt. CRO Probes & Transducers. Pettit . Special wave form generators. H. Dhanpat Rai Sons. acceleration. torque flow. Curve tracers. A and Chyam Mohan S. Combinatio of errors. Measurements of frequency Concept of noise. Spectrum analyser. 3. 2. 5. Q meter. Limits of errors. Recommended Books: 1. Prentice Hall of India. Frequency synthesised signal generators.Engineering circuit analysis. . 4. 3. 2. Inc.D. Sawhney . 6. 4. Digital Voltmeter. pressure and temperature transducers. W.K. Sudhakar. Repeatabilit. Electronic Multimeters. Frequencyselective wave analyser. F. Strain gauges displacement. ELECTRONIC INSTRUMENTS FOR MEASURING BASIC PARAMETERS: Electronic Voltmeter. Time Delay. force."Electronic Measurements McGraw Hill Book Co. Schaum's Outling series on circuit analysis.P. Tata Me. A.E. 5. THEORY OF ERRORS: Accuracy & precision.4. India.
Pearson Education.1 ELECTRICAL TECHNOLOGY 1. 3. Augensteln & Tenenbaun Data structures using C & C++. Harowitz & Sawhni: Data structure in Pascal (BPB Publication) 2. ARRAY & MATRICE : Row and Column Major mapping & representation. tridiagonal. Starting. applications. Matrix operations. Insertion sort. 8. basic operation. 3 EC 6. Single Phase synchronous motor. small transformers for electronic circuits. Harwitz & Swhni: Data structure in C & C++ (BPB Publication) 3. Single source shortest path algorithm. QUEUES: ADT. representation in array & linked lists. GRAPHS: Representation of unweghted graphs. AC MACHINES: General equation of induced emf. small transformers. basic operation on binary trees. 2.2. 5. 4. DFS. Application of stacks in parenthesis matching. Leung & Tondo: Data Structures & Program Design in C. inorder). basic operation. STACKS: ADT. Back emf. symmetric. BFS. INDUCTION MOTORS: Construction. Basic principles. Parallel operation. Data Structure by Binman. SYNCHRONOUS MACHINES: Basic principles starting of synchronous motors. 4. minimum cost spanning tree. DC GENERATORS: Generated voltage. Files. circular queue. Torque current and forque speed characteristucs. triangular. irregular 2D array. 4. Singlephase Induction motor: Starting methods. Langran. DC MOTORS: Production of forgue. Kruse. speed control and breaking of induction motors. shell quick sort. AVL tree. No load and load characteristics. SPECIAL MACHINES: High frequency transformers. SEARCH TREES: Binary search tree. . Btree. Starting speed control and electrical breaking of DC motors. Losses and efficiency. binary tree traversal (preorder. TREES: Binary Tree. Torque slip curves. postorder. Prentice Hall of India. Sparse matrices representation and its transpose. Losses and efficiency. selection sort. Types of DC generators. indexedbinary search tree. towers of Hanoi etc. 3. 7. Grawling. representation in array & linked lists. SORTING: Bubble sort. heap sort. Effect of rotor resistance cogging. Recommended Books: 1. Trembly & Sovensen: Data structures (Mc Graw Hill international) 5. 6. merge sort. Two phase servo motors and small DC machines for low power application. OC and SC and zero power factor characteristics. 5. 6. Special matrices: diagonal. representation in array & linked lists.
Conductors and insulators for transmission lines. 3. Surface mount devicesadvantages & limitations. gallium phosphide & Sillion carbide. B.advance Electrical Technology. London. Ravindra Nath & M. soft and hard magnetic materials and their applications. Recommended Books: 1. KasapPrinciple of electric Engineering materials and devices. 3 EC 6. Langsdorf . para. Recommended Books: 1.AC Machinery. A. Electronic properties of silicon. 6. interface of power lines with telecommunication circuits. 8.DC Machines. New Delhi. zone refining.Types.Electrical Technology. Peason Education. spontaneous polarisation. InduElectrical Engineering Materials. Germanium Arsenide. PCB Manufacturing process. MAGNETIC BEHAVIOUR OF MATERIALS: Dia. DIELECTRIC BEHAVIOUR OF MATERIALS: Polarisation phenomena. 7. SEMI CONDUCTORS: Crystal growth. Mc Graw Hill. 3. Manufacturing of copper clad liminates. S. 4.O. Wheeler Pub. 4.7. Nagrath Kothari . CONDUCTOR MATERIALS: Electrical properties of conductive and resistive materials. PROTECTION: Basic types of faults caused and consequences of faults in power system. perroferrimagnetism. over current realy and elementary idea of static relays and their and advantages and limitations. Manufacture of single and double sided boards. SUPERCONDUCTORS: Type I and Type II Type superconductors and their applications. New Age International. Important characteristics and electronic applications of specific conductor & resustabce meterlals. dielectric constant and loss. Direct and indirect band gap semiconductors. 6. Cotton . 5. SUPERCONDUCTORS: Type and Type II superconductors and their applications. Jain Brothers. Tals Mc_Graw Hill.D. PCBs : Printed Circuit Bords . H. Tata Mc_Graw Hill. 2. 2.2 ELECTRONIC MATERIALS & PROCESSES 1. 5. oxford. Degenerate and nondegenerate semiconductors. . pieze and ferro electricity. TRANSMISSION AND DISTRIMUTION SYSTEM: General idea of transmission and distribution system. 2. electrical equipment of a sub station. Electrical Mer EXton Fur. Hughes . ChandraPower System Protection & Switchger.
Center L. 1998. 3EC 6. 4. N. 2. 3. Grover & K.S. Wast water management in electronic industry. Air quality management in electronic industry. WATER POLLUTION: Fresh Water: Causes of water pollutionin surface wather and underground water Water: Adverse effects of formestic wastes and Industrial effluent.V.Structures and Properties of Materials Volume IV. decible unit of sound measurement. CURRENT ISSUES IN ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING: Global warming. Ltd. GuptaA course of Electrical Engineering Materials. introduction to environmental impact assessment methodology. . S.K> Kataria and Sons.Chand & Co. A text book in Environmental Pollution and control. oli pollutin. adverse effects on human beings and their invironment. Classification of optimization problems. and rao H. NOISE POLLUTION: Introductin. Indulkar & S. S. Wiely Eastern Ltd. acid rain. Tata Mc Graw hill.S.P. Mattx for electronic engineer Tones 3 EC 6.Air Pollution.. 6. 4. Dhameja S.3 ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING 1. 4. animals. Dbanpat Rai & Co. JamwalElectronic compenets & Materials. Mc Graw Hill. Robert M Rose. Rao M. vegetation and non living materials. 6. S. permissible limits as pwer Indian standards. Engineering application of optimization. Seth and P. 7. electronic Properties. 5. Environmental Engineering and Management. INTRODUCTION: Introduction. Environmental Impact Assessment. Bhatai H.K. PROTECTION OF ENVIRONMENT: Importance of clelan environment. 3.V. ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT: Difinition an dneed. 2. 1990. 2000.N. AIR POLLUTION: Definition. C.3. Sources of air contaminants. Dhanpat Rai & Sons. Thiruvengadam An Introduction to Electrical Engineering Materials. New Delhi. land and water. Recommended Books 1. Lawrence A shepard and John Wulf .S.4 OPTIMIZATION TECHNIQUES 1. ozone deptetion. Statement of an optimization problem. 5. Control of environmental pollution with respect to air. 1996.N. sources of noise. Control of noise pollution. raiation hazard and control and role of nonconventional sources of energy in environmental protection. thier cources of emissionand III effect on man. Galgotia Publication Pvt.W.
M:75 1. Burley: Studies in Optimization International text Book Co.To study the specifications and working of a Transistor radio kit and perform measurements on it. (c) Inductors (d) Diodes (e) Transistors (f) SCRs (g) ICs (h) Photodiode (i) Photo transistor (j) LED (k) LDR (l) Potentiometers 2. Devices. UNCONSTRAINED OPTIMIZATION TECHNIQUES: Direct search method. Powell and Newton methods. Univariate method and pattern search method. Circuit functions etc. Graphical Interpretation. Basic idea of Hooke & Jeaves. Simplex method. To study the specifications and working of a Tape Recorder kit.12. Recommended Books: 1. A. Fox: Optimization methods for Engineering Design. 4. Rao: OptimizationTheory & Application. Mcmillan Co. 3. CLASICAL OPTIMIZATION TECHNIQUES: Single variable and multivariable optimization with and without constraints. Indentification.A.S. Study & Testing of various electronic components: (a) ResistanceVarious types. 5. 5. 9. Write a program to find the greatest between four numbers. 3 EC7 Electronics Workshop M. Wiley Eastern. To study and perform experiment on CRO demonstration kit. .6 (a) To Design and fabricate PCB for a Regulated power supply.H. 2P . LINEAR PROGRAMMING: Single and multivariable optimization. (b) Assemble the Regulated power supply using PCB and test it. 4.2. Colour coding. Study of symbols for various Electrical & Electronic Components. D. Simplex. Quadratic interpolation method. Soldering and desoldering practice.O. Random search method. hALT Pinchort Inc. 5. (b) CapacitorsVarious types.8. Converse: oPTIMIZATION. A. 10. 3. Coil winding and testing. 4.L. 7. 11. Taha: Operation Research and Introduction.To study and plot the characleristics of follwing OptoElectronic devices(a) LED (b) LDR (c) Photovoltatic cell (d) Optocoupler (e) Photo diode (f) Photo transistor. 3EC8 COMPUTER PROGRAMMING LAB COMPUTER PROGRAMMING IN C 1. H. Coding. 3. NON LINEAR PROGRAMMING: Unimodel function. 2. S. Pivotal reduction of general systems of equations. Addision Wesley.
Write a program to print the following output using FOR loop. Write a program to create a singly link list of ten students names and implement add node. Write a C program to read several different names and addresses. Factorial computation and sine function computation. 3. 12. 9. Write a program to implement concatenation of two strings using pointers. 2. 3. Plot drain current . reverse. 11. Plot VI charactristic of zener diode and study zener diode as voltage regulator. frequency & phase angle using Lissajous figures. 4. Write a program to search a pattern in a given string. Reversing the digits of an integer. Observe the effect of load changes and determine load limits of teh voltage regulator. 10.2. 5. 5. Plot VI characteristics of PN junction diode & calculate cutin voltage.c. 7. 6. measurement of time periods. Power supplies (constant voltage and constant current operations) (d) Study of analog CRO. 4. 1 22 333 4444 55555 1 2 2 3 3 3 4 4 4 4 5 5 5 5 5 8. Application of Diode as clipper clamper .drain voltage and drain current gate bias characteristics of field effect transistor and measure of Idss & VP. subtract and multiply integer matrices. Plot frequency response curve for single stage amplifier and to determine gain bandwidth product. Character to number conversion. Write a Program to read add. delete node and is empty list operations. rearrange the names in alphabetical order and print name in alphabetical order using structures. amplitude. Smallest divisor of an integer. Write a program to prepare mark sheet of students using structures. 6. 3EC 9 ELECTRONICS LAB I 1. Study the following devices: (a) Analog & digital multimeter (b) Function/Signal generators (c) Regulated d.
3EC 10 ELECTRONIC MEASUREMENT & INSTRUMENTATION LAB 1. Plot gainfrequency characteristic of emitter follower & find out its input and output resistances. To study the working & performance of digital counter & measure. Fourier sine and cosine transform and their inverse. Semester IV 4 EC 1 ADVANCED MATHEMATICS 1. 9. Measure unknown inductance capacitance resistance using LCR bidge.C. Measurement of displacement with the help of LVDT. TRANSFORM CALCULUS: Laplace transform with its simple properties. 10. 8. 2. Study the working of Qmeter and measure Q of coils. Plot input and output characteristics of BJT in CB. Measurement of the distance with the help of ultrasonic transmitter & receiver. Find their hparameters. Also calculate ripple factor. To study the working of spectgrum analyzer and determine the bandwidth of different signals. Study bridge rectifier and measure the effect of filter network on D. 11. Plot V_I characteristics & measure open circuit voltage & short circuit current of a solar panel. 3. applications to the solution of ordineary and partial differential equalitions having constant coefficients with special reference to teh wave and diffusion equations. 10. Measurement of strain/force with the help of strain gauge load cell. 5. Characterising a given passive network using Y & Z parameters. 4. 12. Measure the speed of a Table Fan using stroboscope. . 8. Study half wave rectifier and effects of filters on wave. Draw the characteristics between temperature & voltage of a K type thermocouple. 11. CC and CC configurations. Draw the characteristics of the following temperature transducers: (a) RTD (P1100) (b) Themistor (c) Thermocouple 7.(a) Frequency (b) Time Interval (c) Time Period 12. 6. Fouren transform: Complex form of Fourier Transform and its inverse. 9.7. voltage output & ripple factor. Plot gainfrequency characteristic of two stage RC coupled amplifier & calculate its bandwidth and compare it with theoretical value. Measure earth resistance using fall of potential method.
Interfacting logic families to one another. OSCILLATORS: Classification Criterion for oscillation. Grewl . Robert Boylestand & L. Theory & operation of TTL NAND gate circuitry. MOS & CMOS logic families. Elementary conformal mappoing with simple application. General characteristics of negative geedback amplifiers. Tata McGraw Hill 2. Blocking oscillators. Sedra Smith . Emitter follower at high frequencies.C. Analysis of voltageseries. Evaluation of simple definite real integral using the theorem of residues. Colpitts.S. DIGITAL LOGIC GATE CHARACTERISTICS: TTL Logic gate characteristics. India. Recommended Books: 1. Prasad Mudralaya 2.Higher Engineering Mathematics. CMOS & MOSFET. HalkiasIntegrated Electronics. DTLK. I & II. Line integral in complex domain. voltageshunt. J. B. 3. Oxford Press. 4. 3. Simple contour integration. Tuned collector Hartley. Gaur & KaulIngineering Mathematic Vol. Wien bridge and crystal oscillators Astable.Applications of Fourier Transform to solution of partial differential equations having constant coefficient with special references to heat equation and wave equation. gainbandwidth product. 2. current series and currentshunt feedback amplifier. strong and weak variations simple variation problems. Tylor's series Laurent's series poles. Open collector TTL. HIGH FREQUENCY AMPLIFIERS: Hybird Pimodel. Cauchy's theorem Cauchy's integral formula. Realization of logic gates in RTL. the Euler's equation. Khanna Pub. TTL subfamilies.Microelectronic Circuits. conductances and camacitances of hybridPi model. Three state output logic. JPH 4 EC 2 APPLIED ELECTRONICS 1. high frequency analysis of CE amplifier.Millman & C. Nashelsky . Pearson Equaction 3. Feedback concept. Transfer gain with feedback. 2.Electronic Devices and Circuit Theory. CALCULUS OF VARIATIONS: Functioinal. 4 EC 3DIGITAL ELECTRONICS . Chandrika Prasad. Stability criterion. 3. ECL. Residure. FEEDBACK AMPLIFIERS: Classification. Schmitt trigger. monostable and bistable multivibrators. COMPLEX VARIABLES: Analytic functions. Prasad Mudralays (b) Advance Mathematics for Engineer. Recommended Books: 1. RCPhase shift. (a) Mathematics for Engineers. CauchyRiemann equations.
postulates of boolean algebra. Counters: Asynchronous (ripple). A. MINIMIZATIOIN TCHNIQUES: Minterm. BOOLEAN ALGEBRA AND DIGITAL LOGIC GATED: Features of logic algebra. negative and mixed logic. Divergence and curl. MsnoDigital Desigh. Pearson Education 4. Fixed point arithmetic: BCD addition. Conversions of flipflops. Gauss's law. Concept and physical interpretation of gradient. RS. 3. complement notation.NAND. Registers: buffer register shift register. Pearson Education 5. Karnaugh Map. 2. Multiplexer. Design of logic circuits by multiplexers. COMBINATIONAL SYSTEMS: Combinational logic cir4cuit design. encoders. 5.1. Incomplete specified functions. TocciDigital Systems.P. Electric field due to various charge configurations. synchronous and synchronous decade counter. JK. Octal to binary. Variable mapping. multiplication & division in sign & magnitude notation & complement notation.P. 2. Simplification of logic functions with Kmap. subtraction. Modulus counter. LeachDigital Principles & Applications. their block diagrams and truth tables. Morris ManoDigital Circuit & Logic Design. BCD to 7segment decoder. Counter applications. half and full adder. Malvino & D. Master Slave flip flops. Ring counter. conversion of truth tables in POS and SOP form. spherical and general curvilinear coordinate system. Delhi. BCD codes. K map upto 4 variables. BarteeDigital Computer Fundamentals. Theorems of boolean algebra. subtraction. INTRODUCTION: Vector Relation in rectangular. standard ASC II & EBCDIC codes. Converting logic diagrams to universal logic. Maxterm. multiplication & division Introductin to floating point arithmetic. skipping state counter. SEQUENTIAL SYSTEMS: Latches. D. Logic gate conversion. Recommended Books: 1. The potential functioins and displacement vector. NOR gates. Prentice Hll of India. 4. Pearson Education 6. flipflops. counter design. Tata mcGraw Hill 4 EC 4 ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELD THEORY 1. excess3 codes. decoders and demultiplexers. demultiplexer. QuinnMc Klusky minimization techniques. Binary serial and parallel adders. Tat aMcgraw Hill. 3. Polsson's and Laplace's equation and . NUMBER SYSTEMS & CODES: Radix and Radix conversion. gray codes. cylindrical. sign & magnitude representation. BCD adder. arithmetic shift weifhted codes. 2. Positive. BCD arithmetic: BCD addition. Logic diagrams from boolean expressions and vicaversa. GreeDigital electronics. ELECTROSTATICS: Electric field intensity & flux density. encoder. Diode switching matrix. Boolean function Derived logic gates: ExclusiveOR. BCD to excess3 encoder. Green's & Stoke theorems. subractor.
Capacitance and electrostatics energy. EMI testing: emission testing. Tata Mcgraw Hill. Sadikn ioxtad 4 EC 5 TELECOMMUNICATION ENGINEERING 1. 6. reflection coefficient and standing wave ratio. Coaxial cables.G. MAGNETOSTATICS: Magnetic field intensity. J.H. PHI. Recommended Books: 1. grounding. symmetrical and Asymmetrical two port networks. TRANSMISSION LINES: Types of transmission lines. SarwateElectromagnetic Fields and Waves. RADIATION: Retarted Potentrals and concepts of readiation. BioSavort's aw. measurement of attenuation. Impedance matching Networks. Jordan and K. W. Measurement of parameters of transmission line. conducted EMI. Uniform plane wave in free space dielectrics and conductors. Single & double stub matching. V. Smith chart and it application. reflection on a line. E. SWR of line with different type of terminations. Mcgraw Hill. half wave and other lengths. Radiation from a smal current element Radiation resistance.D. Distortionless and dissipationless lines. self & mutual inductance. 6. flux density & magnetization. (2/e Prentice Hall of India. Losses in transmission line. Boundry conditions. reflection & refraction of UPW. EMI AND EMC: Introduction to Electromagnetic Interference and Electromagnetic compatibility. Magnetic scalar and vactor potential. 5. EMI coupling modes. 2. insertion loss.3. KrausElectromagnetics. Energy storeg in magnetic field. Continuity equation. equivalent circuits. their solution. Methods of eliminating Interference shielding. 2. infinite line. Uniqueness theorem. susceptibility testing. ChengField and Wave Electromagnetic. field determination by method of Image Boundary conditions. Pointing vedor and power considerations. 7. ATTENUATORS & FILTERS: Elements of telephone transmission networks. TIME VARYING FIELDS: Displacement currents and equation of continuity. Analogy between electric and magnetic field. Maxwell's equations. Willey Eastern Ltd. Ampere's law. line constant. Pearson Education. GriffithsIntroduction to Electrodnamics. Different . BalmainElectromagnetic Waves and Radiating Systems. 3. Field maping and concept of field cells.=Engineering Electromagnetics.V. skin effect slnusoidal time variations. 4. Transmission lines at audio and radio frequenceies. Characteristics of quarterwave. Transmission line applications. general transmission line equation. 4. Field maping and concept of field celld. 5. Faraday's Law. Hayt Jr.C. standing wve ration.
multiple and multilevel inheritances and their combinations. mderived filter sections. Defining and implementing interfaces. 4.Introduction to Telecommunication. and array declarations. Cole. RECENT TRENDS IN TELECOMMUNICATION: Voice frequency6 telegraphy. FloydTelecommunication Switching Traffic and Networks. 4 EC 6. PROGRAMMING IN C++: Enhancements in C++ over C in data types operators and functions. 2. attributed. function and operator overloading Working with class and derived classes. classification of switching systems. relational operators. W. 6. constructors and destructors. Grade of service. Vishvanathan. boolean logic operators. Input flags and formalling operatioins. Recommended Books: . boolean. OOP FUNDAMENTLS: Concept of class and object. Inline functions. characters. Pearson Educatino 4. 3. floating point. Principle of Electronic Exchange. Fascimile & telex services. TELEPHONE TRANSMISSION: Teleplhone Instrument.1 OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING 1. public private and protected members. derived classes. Importing & defining packages.3. bit wise operators. ISD. Tsection filter. Working with text files. 5. I. PACKAGE AND INTERFACES: Packages. application & applets of Java. the assignment operators. 4. OPERATORS AND CONTROL STATEMENTS: Arithmetic operators. Introductin to Java bytecode. BASICS OF AUTOMATICTELEPHONY: Truking concepts. Integer. JAVA: Variation from C++ to JAVA. ower time carrier communication. STD. single & multiple inheritance. Traffic definitions. frequency division & time division multiplexing. Recommended Books: 1. pisection. 3. Rotary dial singing. acces protection. operator precedence. Single. Attenuators. Lattics filter section. Prentice Hall of India. Switch and loop statements. 5. literals.Telecommunication switching systems & Networks. FraserTelecommunications (BPB Publication) 2. : operators. pointers to objects. cross talk. virtual functions. Pearson Education. virtual lmachine. EPABX and SPC Exchange. Echo suppressors & cancellors. CARRIER TELEPHONY: Muluchannel systems. Introduction to switching networks. Friend function.
2 DATA BASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM 1. embedded SQL programming. Kelley: A Book on C. Recommended Books: 1. 7. C.B. filling and clipping. INTERNAL OF RDBMS: Physical data organization in sequential. random and hashed files. Benjamin Cummins. 6. Tata McGraw Hill. Prentice Hall of India. relational calculus. BenaminCommings. Schaum Series. 8. SQL: DDL and DML. Stored procedures and triggers. indexed. concurrency control. Korth and silberschatz: Database Systems Concepts. Tat McGraw Hill. 2. Deitel: Java: Haw to Programme. 3. DATABASE DESIGN: Conceptual Data Base design. R. FolkFile Structre: An Object Oriented Approach to C++. Join algorithm. Introduction to interactive computer graphics. C Gottfried: Programming in C. 4. date: Introduction to database System. views data base security. 4. relational algebra. APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT USING SQL: Host language Interface. H.Et.J.Elmasri and S. 3.F. 5. 2. BASIC RASTER GRAPHICS: Scan conversion. 4 GL's. Need purpose and goals of DBMS. Booch G: Object Oriented Analysis & Design. Forms management and report writers. Pearson Education.: Object Oriented Modelling & Design. Pearson Education.1. Inverted and multilist structures.3 COMPUTER GRAPHICS 1. Theory of normalization Primitive and composite data types. Pearson Education. two phase locking. concept of physical and logical databases. EC 6. Transaction model properties and state serialisability. overview of programmier's model of interactive graphic. data aggregation. Three scheme architecture. Constraints assertions. 3. Balaguruswamy: Object Oriented Programming in C++. Pearson Education. . Tata McGrtaw Hill. Navathe: Fundamentals of Data base Systems. Query optimisation. Introduction to Relation data model. Patric Naughton: Java 2. Data modelsER and object oriented models. al. 2. and recovery management. Transaction processing. statistics and cost base optimization. Fundamental problems in gemoetry. picture analysis. Rumbaugh J. Lock base protocols. McGraw Hill. data abstraction and data Independence. 4EC 6. 2.
constnat mesth. king pin inclination. Plane projections. independent suspension systems. suspension system. Steering geometry: effect of camber. two wheel and four wheel drives. Gourard and Phong Shading. zbuffer algorithms. synchromesh and coicyclic gear boxes. 3.Rogers and Adams: Mathematical Elements of Computer Graphics. Crouse and AnglinAutomobile Mechanics. types. Recommended Books: 1. shock absorber. distributor. RENDERING: Ray tracing. Image and object precisio. toe in and doe out. Lighting and Wiring system. electromagnetic. single plate. AUTOMOTIVE ELECTRICAL SYSTEM: Battery constructior Charging and testing. TRANSMISSION SYSTEM: Clutch. hydraulic vacuum air and self energizing brakes. cone cluthc. area based algorithms. Hotchkiss and torque tube drive. Tata McGraw Hill. B. Elementary 3D graphics.Foley. steering system. under and over steering. fluid coupling. repair of the type and the tube. 2. Gear boxes. 2. 3. electronic ignition system. Addison Weslev. vanishing points. power steering integral and linkage types. 4. steering mechanism.Hearn and Baker: Computer Graphics.3. J.B. level indicator.Hughes: Computer GraphicsPrincxiples and Practice. real axle drive. sliding mesh. magneto and coil ignition system. RUNNING SYSTEMS: Types of wheels and tyres. acceleration and gradient. Matrices. Front wheel drive. fule. antialiasing. 4 EC 6. object and the requirements suspension spring. steering gear boxes. 4 EC 7 ADVANCED PROGRAMMING LAB . GEOMETRIC MANIPULATION: Transformation. fron and rear suspension systems. spark plug.4 AUTOMOBILE ENGINEERING 1. Electrical instruments head lamp. caster. multiplate. mechanical. semicetrifugal. floating horizon. BREAKS: Classification and function. Curves and Surfaces: Parametric Representation. GuptaAutomobile Engineering. J. brakes shoes and lining materials. steering linkages. THE AUTOMOBILE: History of development. D. ammeter. Recommended Books: 1. 2. vacuum and hydraulic clutches. Prentice Hall of India. S. D. A Van dam. Tyre construction tyre inflation pressure. 5. electric horn. Homogeneous coordinates. Bezier and BSpline curves. Resistance to motion and power requirement for propulsion. tyre wear and their causes. real axis types Differential. McGraw Hill. Visibility.Feiner. Automatic transmission system. specification of 3D view. 4.
Digital to analog and analog to digital convertors. Design Fabrication and Testing of kderived filters (LP/HP) 11. 2. 2. Design Fabrication and Testing of kderived filters (LP/HP) 10. 7. Features like types and varialbe declarations. Study of pusth pull amlifier. bubble sort etc. Pattern searching and text processing programs. 4EC 9 DIGITAL ELECTRONICS LAB 1. Array order reversal. 3. Program involving recursion. pointers. 8. Programming in C++. Plot gainfrequency characteristics of BJT amplifier with and without negative geed back in the emitter circuit and determine bandwidths. 4 EC 8 ELECTRONICS LAB II 1. 5. isertiln. Functions.Experiments (four experiments) using Unix advanced commands and their combinations. Sorting techniquesselection. Study and perform the following experiments. 4. are to be highlighted. (b) Binary to decumal encoder. 10. 1112. files. exchange. unions etc. Exercising vi & emacs advanced commands 25. Study of series and shunt voltage regulator and measurment of line land load regulation and ripple factor. Study of a Digital Storage CRO and store a transieng on it. Plot and study the characteristics of samll signal amplifier using FET. Study transistor phase shift oscillator and observe the effect of variation R & C on oscillator frequency and compare with theoretical value. (a) Operation of digital multiplexer and demultiplexer. lists. 4. Measure variation of outpt at power & distortion with load. Finding the maximum number in a set. 6. 3. . 9. 8. 7. Compound logic functions and various cominational circuits based on AND/NAND and OR/NOR Logic blocks. Study the following oscillators and observe the effect of variation of C on oscillator frequency: (a) Hartley (b) Colpitts 9. Study Wein bridge oscillator and observe the effect of variation in R & C on oscillator frequency 6. (c) Characteristics of CMOS integrated ciruits. . 5. . Removal of duplicates form an ordered set. sets. gain bandwidth products and gains at 1 kHz with and without negative feedback.Use Unix commands: 1.
demand. The continuous time Fourier transform for periodic and aperiodic signals. Fourier transform. India: Brief history of Indian Constitution. supply. Discrete time Fourier . power spectral density. Band limiting of waveforms Correlation & auto correlation orthogonality. 2. utility. Various types of counters and shift registers.M. After independence socioeconomic growth. 11. unemployment (Industrial Sector. Microeconomics: Consumer's behaviour. Society: Social groupsconcept and types socializationConcept and types theory. Theory of production. Form of Government: Democracy Dictatorship. The Fundamentals of Economics: The logic of economics. inflation. 50 2P 1. 2. 6. Power & energy transfer through a network. Indian Economy: Basic features. natural and human resources. distinguishability. Voltage comparator circuit using IC7 10. social contral concept and types means. Macroeconomics: National Income. . Exchange rates. 8. infrastructure. Sampling function. occupation. 4EC10 Humanities and Social Science M. elasticity of demand and supply. Linear and their block diagrams. 7. FREQUENCY DOMAIN REPRESENTATION OF SYSTEMS: Fourier series. elasticity of demand and supply. 4. factors of production. 3. International Trade. fundamentals. defintions of economics. 7. economic growth. Voltage waveforms at different points of transistor (a) Astable (b) Monostable (c) Bistable Multivibrators and the frequency variation with different parameters. Discrete time systems described by difference equations. basic terminology. social problem concept and types. Properties of systems.6. BCD to binary conversion on digital IC trainer. India and Gloablisation) Semester V 5 EC 1 SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS 1. 5. 10. History of Indian National Movement. production function. Convolution. normalized power. Properties of CTFT. business cycles aggregate term. 9. INTRODUCTION: Signals: Continuous time and discrete time systems. Schmitt transistor binary circuit.
R. Young"Signals & Systems". Prokins & ManolakisDigital Signal Processing: Principles algorithms *Applications. 3.J. triangular wave. Ziemersignals and Systems. Voltage to frequency & Frequency to voltage converters. Quadrature. Opamp parameters. Lock range. frequency translator. Sampling the orem. basic blocks of liner IC voltage regulators. Application of Laplace transform to system analysis. R. 3. Positive and negative voltage regulators. square wave. 3. Prentice Hall of India.V. ZTRANSFORM & LAPLACE TRANSFORM: Introduction. Prentice Hall of India Ltd. Linear Model of PLL. OPERATIONAL AMPLIFIERS: Basic differential amplifier analysis. . 3. tracking filter. Capture range. AM detector. voltage reference. K. Various stages of Opamp. Aliasing. Introduction to digital PLL. OPERATIONAL AMPLIFIER APPLICATIONS: Comparators. Tata Mcgraw Hill. 5 EC 2 THEORY & APPLICATIONS OF INTEGRATED CIRCUITS 1. The convolution and modulation property. PHASELOCKED LOOPS: Operating Principles of PLL. Applications of PLL as FM detector. Oscillators: Phase shift. Recommended Books: 1. Voltage controlled oscillators. 2.transform for periodic and aperiodic signals. Analysis of type 741 Opamplifiers. LINER IC's: Four quadrant multiplier & its applications. Sampling in fraq. A. band pass and band reject filters. SAMPLING: Mathematical theory of sampling. Sampling of discrete time signals. Building blocks of PLL. LM 565 PLL.S. BotkarIntegrated Circuits. TaubayOperational Amplifiers. Pearson Education. Willsky and I. phase shifter. Tabub & Schilling"Principles of Communication System".A. Oppenheim. Properties of DTFT. 2. Ideal & Real sampling. Limiters. Sampling. signal synchronizor and frequency synthesizer. Wien bridge. 4. 4. sawtooth oscillators. Pearson Education. 4. Recommended Books: 1. Three terminal voltage regulators. A. FSK demodulator. Interpolatioin technique for the reconstruction of a signal from its samples. GayakwadOpamplifiers & Linear ICs. Ltd. The region of convergence for the Ztransform. 2. Active Filters: Low pass high pass. domain. Prentice Hall Pvt. Switching regulator.
Noise figure and noise temperatjre. Instruction Format. McGraw Hill. 5. Superposition of noises. Vertical memory organization. REGISTER TRANSFER LANGUAGE: Data movement amount registers. AMDSB/SC and AMSSB signals. 2. CPU ORGANISATION: Addressing Modes. Tata McGraw Hill. I/O ORGANISATION: Introduction to Peripherals & their interfacing Strobe based and handshakebased communication. CPU organization with large registers. RANDOM VARIABLES & PROCESS: Probability & probability density function. Freq domain representation of noise. 2. Booth's algorithm. variance and probability density of sum of random variables.5 EC 3 COMPUTER ARCHITECTURE 1. Pearson Education.P. arithmetic and logic micro operations. I/O processor. MICROPROGRAMMED CONTROL UNIT: Basic Organization of microprogrammed controller. Noise in Mixing. Correlation between random variables Central limit theorem. 6. mean. Data movement from/to memory. 4. Hayes. 4. 5 EC 4 COMMUNICATION THEORY 1. Methods of generation & demodulatin of AM_DSB. Autocorrelation and spectral density. 3. Spectrum & power relations in AM systems. DMA based data transfer. and variance of a random variable. Effect of a filter on the power spectral density of noise. stacks and handling of interrupts & subroutines Instruction pipelining. Power spectral density of a sequence of random pulses land digital data. StalingComputer Organization and Architecture. Morrismanno. HeuringComputer System Design and Architecture. Spectral component of noise. 3. 5. Associative memory. ARITHMATIC ALGORITHM: Array multiplier. Horizontal & Vertical formats. NOISE & ITS MATHEMATICAL REPRESENTATION: External and internal sources of noise. Address sequencer. Measurement of noise. Noise in reactive circuits. basic cell of RAM. average value. Gaussian probability density and Rayleigh probability density. 3. MEMORY ORGANISATION: Concept of RAM/ROM. M. Adition/Subtraction for sign Magnitude and 2's complement numbers.'Computer Architecture & Organization'. Random variables. . Pearson Education. 2. AMPLITUDE MODULATION: Frequency translation. Techebycheffs inequality. Concept of bus and timings in register transfer. Cache memory organization. Pearson Education'. Techniques of improvements of S/N ratio. Recovery of base band signal. Recommended Books: 1.'Computer Organization and Architecture. BateeComputer Architecture. Theory of thermal and shot noise. J.
Transit time effect. Tees. Pearson Education. Recommended Books: 1. Coupled cavity TWT Applications of TWT. operation. circular waveguides: Basic idea of TE and TM modes. Hybridrings. FM transmitters & receiver. operation and practical considerationof helix type TWT. Lathi"Communication Systems:.Modulation & dector circuits for AM systems. John Wiley. 5. Calculation of signaltonoise ratio in SSBSC. INTRODUCTION: Introduction of Microwaves and their applications. field patterns. Velocity modulation. Narrow band & wide band FM. Simon Haykin"communication Systems". PLL demodulator. Circulator's and lsolators.Taub & D. Velocity modulation and electron bunching (analytical treatment). Backward cross field oscillator. power output and frequency characteristics of a Reflex klystron. FM 7 Pre emphasis & demphasis. LouchDigital & analog Communication. H. 5. 5 EC 5 MICROWAVE ENGINEERINGI 1. . FREQUENCY MODULATION: Phase & freq. WAVE GUIDES: Rectangular Waveguides: Solution of Wave equation modes in Flectangular waveguides. 6. TEM mode of propagation. Modern Digital Analog communication Systems. Construction. WAVEGUIDE COMPONENTS: Scattering matrix representation of network. Pearson Education. TomasiElectronic Communication. 3.P. 6. Calculatioin of S/N ratio in FM demodulators. Frectangular cavity and circular cavity resonators. Threshold in FM. Forward Wve cross field amplifier. 3. Waveguide Tees. 2. Microwave signal propagation. 4. Directional couplers. B. Electron admittance. KLYSTRONS: Construction and operation of two cvity & vultica vity klystrons. Applications and practical considerations. analysis and practical consideration of cavity or travelling wave magnetron. DSB with carrier. Comparison of AM. modulation & their relationship. 4. Magic Tees. Introduction to CW power. Tata McGraw Hill. Waveguide corners. Generation & demodulation of FM signals. applegate diagram and applications of two cavity klystrons. working and operation of Reflex klystron. pulsed dual mode TWT. Spectrum & band width of a sinusoidally modulated FM signal. phasor diagram. AM transmitters & receivers. Bends and twiests. Noise calculation of square law demodulator & ennelope detector. Construction. Schilling"Principles of Communication Systems".L. TRAVELLING WAVE TUBES (TWT): Construction. G.Kennedy"Electronic Communication Systems:. 2. Introductior to coxial frequency angle and voltlage tunable magnetrons. 4. Super heterodyne receivers. 7. John Wiely & Sons. MAGNETRON: Types of Magnetron. Magic. John Wiely & Sons.
3.Y. endoscopy. PrenticeHall of India. Jacobson. Electrode theory. muscle potential. blood flow. EastWest Press. mechanical and chemical activities. diathermy.J. 6. 2. 8. Reich'Microwave Principles'.1 MEDICAL ELECTRONICS 1. electroencephalography. Application and Design. cardiac rate.Medical and clinical Engineering. R. Collin'Foundations for microwave Engineering'. 2. HUMAN BODY SUBSYSTEMS: Brief description of neural.Webster. safety measures. GSR measurement. Prentice Hall of India. Echocardiograph. plethysmograph. electromyography. McGraw Hill. Prentice Hallof India. physiological effect of electric current shock hazards from electrical equipment.L. J. PATIENT CARE.Medical Instrumentation. 5 EC 6.Recommended Books: 1. TRANSDUCERS AND ELECTRODES: Principles and classification of transducers for Biomedical applications. CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM MEASUREMENTS: Measurement of blood pressure. ESR measurement. J. Recommended Books: 1. 2. Electrocardiograph. John Wiley and sons. their electrical. heart lung machine. defibrillators. 3. data acquisition and processing. MRI. cardiovascular and respiratory systems. haemoglobin measurement. MEDICAL IMAGING: Diagnostic Xrays CAT. heart sounds.G. theromography ultrasonography. Laio'Microwave devices and Circuits'. COMPUTER APPLICATIONS AND BIOTELEMETRY: Real time computer application. CromwellBlomedical Instrumentation and Measurment. S. H.G. muscile stimulators. MEASUREMENT OF ELECTRICAL ACTIVITY IN NEUROMUSCULAR SYSTEM AND BRAIN: Neuron Potential. O2 and CO2 concentration in blood. revote data recording and management. 3. THERAPEUTIC AND PROSTHETIC DEVICES: Introduction to cardiac pacemakers. phonocardiograph. 5. B. Selection criteria for transducers and electrodes. Webster. brain potentials. muscular. New Age. 4. MONITORING AND SAFETY MEASURES: Elements of Intensive care monitoring basic hospital systems and components. INSTRUMENTATION FOR CLINICAL LABORATORY: Measurement of pH valve of blood. 9. . Sisodia V. 7. Applications of Laser. cardiac output.E. Gupta'Microwave Engineering'. Standards & practices. 4. different types of electrodes. Hemodialysis. medical ue of isotopes.
semantice and virtual computers. definition and abstract data types. The computer organization. Local data and local referencing environments. 5 EC 6. CarrIntroduction to Biomedical Equipment Technology. Recording medium. parameters. syntax. sets input output files. Sebesta:Concepts of programming Language.3AUDIO VIDEO SYSTEMS 1. Imlicit and explicit sequence control sequence control within experssion and between statements. Binding and binding time. Pearson Education V. and their trnsmission. Monophonic. 3. Tape speed. 7. type. good programming language. abstractions. HIFI stero system. Dynamie and static scope of shared data. 4.Programming in C++ 5 EC 6.2PRINCIPLES OF PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES 1. 5. 2. records character string. AUDIO SYSTEMS: Importnat types of microphones and speakers. 4. Tata McGraw Hill. sub programs. 3. Fundamentals of Computers. Hierachies of computers. sterephionic and quadraphonic audio systems. hardware and firmware. Brief overview of FORTRAN and PASCAL languages. Importance of progrmming languages. Maximum usable frequency. Ghezzi:Programming Language Concepts.Rajaraman. Audio cassettes. 6.4. Troustrup:. Type checking and type conversion. Evolution of the concept of data type.S. KhandpurHandbook of Biomedical Instrumentation. DISC AND MAGNETIC RECORDING & REPRODUCTION: Monophonic and stereophonic disc recording and reproducing systems. Prentice Hall of India. Addison Wesley Kernighan. . Ritchie:. translator and software simulated compulers. Tape transport mechanism. Prentice hall of India. Block structure. 2. Subprogram sequence control. 2. encapsulation and infcrmation hiding. Recursive sub programs. 5. Distortion & noise aspects. Static dynamic and blick structure. 5. Name and referencing environments. Recommended Books: 1. R. Pearson Education. Magnetic headsreplay & erase heads. Magnetic recording & playback Biasing & equalisation. variable size data structures. vectors and arrays. their specifications and implementation. brief history and features. Elementary and structured data types.The C Programming Language.
Interlaced acanning. 4. GRAPH THEORY DEFINITIONS: Definitions of Isomrpl ismrphism. Spanning trees. priority queues and concatenable queues using 23 trees. GuptaAudio and Video Systems Tata McGraw Hill. Transmission & reception using PAL systems. CD video. GRAPH THEORETIC ALGORETHMS: Algorithms for connectedness. Specifications. Cutsets. Single source shortest path and all pair shortest path algorithms. Delhi. emta. PAL. Components. R. Primary colours. Recommended Books: 1. discitionerics. TV ENGINEERING: Scanning process. FordFulerson Max Flow algortms. Implementing sets. Omplementing Fibonacci Heap. MERGEABLE HEAPS: Mergeable Heap operations. 2. Vodep doc recprdomg & playback.P. Chrominance & luminance signals. Kuratovskl's two graphs. Fimda. Three tube colour camera. 5 EC 6. Operations on disjoint sets and its UnionFind problem. Dhanpat Rai & Co. MinCut MaxFlow theorem of hetwoek flows. 2. finding all spanning tress in a weighted graph and planarity testing. Block diagram of colour camera tube. VIDEO CASSETTE RECORDERS: Video recording requirements Video tape formats. CutVertices. Ajay SharmaAudio and Video Systems. 3. VIDEO CAMERAS: Image conversion principle.3. 5. Bail & R. Planer and dual graphes. CD player optical reuirements. Breadth first and depth first search. Recommended Books: . Augmenting RedBlack trees to dynamic order statistics and interval tree applications. topological sort. Corciots. Composite video signals. bionomial trees. Servo systems. 3. ADVANCED TREES: Definitions and operations on weight balanced trees (Human trees). Functional Block diagram of VCR. Corciots. BaliAudio Video systems. SECAM. S. CDRO. 6. strongly connected components and. CD technology & manufactruing. 4. COMPACT DISC RECORDING & REPRODUCTION: Compact disc advantages. Structure and potential function of Fobonaccl heap. articulation point. Principle of black & white TV colour TV receivers.G. 23 trees and RedBlack trees. 234 trees and 234 heaps. Sidicon camera tubes. Implementing bionomial heaps and its operations. Khanna Book Publishing Co.4 ADVANCED DATA STRUCTURES 1. Plumbicon. Modulationup conversion and down conversion of video signal. Colour TV SystemsNTSC.
3. 5. Pearson Education. SOLUTION OF LINER EQUATIONS: Cramer's rule. GrewalHigher Engineering Mathematics 3. Gauss elimination. B. Inverse of a matrix.V. 4. E. V. Gaur and KaulHigher Engineering Mathematics. Method of least squares and their computer programming in C. Active filters using opamp 741. and Ullman J. Study opamp characteristics and get data for input bias current. asemple these on bread board. AdditionWesley. 2. Cormen.V. Use of opamp as differentiator and integrator. Use of opamp as scalar. . Matrix inversion b7 Gauss elimination. Narsingh Deo. 5 EC 6. 5.The Design and Analysis of Computer Algorithms.L. WilsonIntroduction to Graph Theory. BalasubramanyamNumerical Methods.S. Rank of a matrix. Galgotia Book source. Curve fitting. (i) Band pass (ii) Band reject . Modified Euler's method. 3. 5.E. BansalNumerical Analysis 4. Solution of partial differential equation with special reference to heat equation. MATRIX COMPUTATION: Algebra of matrix.5 COMPUTER ORIENTED NUMERICAL & STATISTICAL METHODS 1. SOLUTION OF NONLINER EQUATIONS: Interval bisection method.Introduction to Algorithms. Secant method. 4. 4. Prentice Hall of India. RegulaFalsi method. test them and make measurements. summer and voltage follower.Graph Theory with Applications to Engineering and Computer Sicience. Computer programs for matrix inversion.1. 2. 6.. 6.RajaramanComputer Oriented Numerical Methods. Gauss Jordan elimination and Gauss Seidal iterative method and their computer programming in C. Aho A. KrishnamurthyNumerical Methods. measure the outputoffset voltage and reduce it to zero and calculate slew rate.D. Study of opamp in inverting and noninverting modes. 3. Hopcrpft J. Prentice Hall of India. 5 EC 7 ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING DESIGN To design the following circuits. SOLUTION OF DIFFERENTAIAL EQUATIONS: Euler's method. 2. Runge Kutta method of fourth order. Laplace equation and wave equation Milne's and their computer programming in C. Prentice Hall of India. Recommended Books: 1. Horwitz and Sawhnifundamentals of Data Structures. 1. 2. J.
9. 5. Generation of DSB OSC signal. . 5 EC 9 COMMUNICATION LABI 1. 5. (i) Astable (ii) Monostable (iii) Bistable multivibrators using IC555 timer 9. 2. 3. Demodulation of the FM signal. 5 EC 8 MICROWAVE ENGINEERING LAB 1. Demodulation of the AM signal.7. (c) Transmission with standing waves on a Transmission line. 2. Study of various microwave components and instruments like frequency meter. Measurement of voltage standin wave ratio (small as well as large values) To measure power absorbed by a Microwave load using a bolometer in Wheatstone Bridge. 4. (d) The resonance characteristics of a halfwave length long xmission line. To become aware of the need for turning of a mismatched load. 11. 10. Harmonic analysis of a square wave of a modulated wave form. 8. 8. To modulate a high frequency carrier with sinusoidal signal to obtain Fm signal. band pass. beam width. Study of spectrum analyzer & its use it to observe the response of (i) A high frequency amplifier (ii) Low pass high pass. Audio amp. . 10. 6. Observe the amplitude modulated wave form & measure modulation index. detector etc. To study of the Horn antenna and to measure it basic characteristics. . Measurement of Impedance in a wave guide. To verify that a microwve diode has a squarelaw characteristics for small signals. (b) The effect of losses in Transmission line. and gain. 11. 4. 6. Using bipolar junction transistor. To discover the use of slotted line tuner to achieve a match. Triangular & square wave generator using 555 timer. (f) Impedeance measurement. 7. band reject filters. Measurement of Frequency and wavelength. To observe the action of directional coupler. (e) Frequency response. . To become familiar with the concept of admittance in a wave guide. To observe the following in transmission line demonstrator kit: (a) The propagation of pulse in non reflecting Transmission line. Study of characteristics of microwave source like Gunn diode/Reflex Klystron. 3. attenuator. Study of various types of calbles & connectors. To measure power absorbed by a Microwave load using a bolometer in Wheatstone Bridge.
Microwave power measurement. MICROWAVE MEASUREMENT: Detection of microwaves. Materials. Impedance measurement. 2. To Study & observe the operation of a superher receiver 9. To study & observe the ampulitude response of automatic gain controller (AGC action). Semester VI 6 EC 1MICROWAVE ENGINEERINGII 1. 5. Shielded striplines. Gupta'Microwaves'. MASER and LASER. Coplaner striplines. Directional coupler (Branch line & parallel coupled). Parallel striplines. MONLITHIC MICROWAVE INTEGRATED CIRCUITS: Introduction. Recommended Books: 1. New Age International. Microstrip phase shifter. McGraw Hill. S.Bhat & S. Power dividers. Koul'Stripline like Transmision Lines for Microwave Integrated Circuits. Measurement of scattering parameters.Y. Wiley Eastern Limited. 5. TRAPTT diodes. K. Edwards'Foundation for Micostrip circuit Design'. . buffers. encoders. CCD. Advanctages & Difficulties of MICs. T. VAWR measurements. IMPATT. Hybrid integrated circuit fabrication.E. Introduction to microstrip lines.7. R. MICROWAVE SEMECONDUCTOR DEVICES: Construction.Liao'Microwave Devices and ckts'.C. (b) To study the effect of sampling time (sampling pulse width). 3. Prentice Hall of India. Operation and Practical applications of PIN diode. MOSFET fabrication thin film formation. (a) To observe the operation of taking and holding samples of signals. Gunn diode. 4. 6 EC 2 MICROPROCESSORS AND MICROCNTROLLERS 1. MMIC Growth.K. Slot lines. Varactor and Tunnel diode. B. Hybrid rings. INTRODUCTION CPU: Address bus. BJT. Introduction to Microstrip filters. 2. JEET. Input/Output devices. Performance characteristics of radio receivers. 8. Frequency measurement. data bus and control bus. 3. 10. MESFET. John Wiley & Sons. laches and memories. 4. Collin'Foundations for Mocrowave Engg'. (c) To study the effects of changing the sampling frequency.C.
INTRODUCTION TO 8051 MICROCONTROLLER: Memory timers and interrupts. memory. 3. Tata McGraw Hill. Diac. Dhanpat Rai & Co. NTEL. 8257. A/D conversion. 6 EC 3 INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS 1. Programming and Applications. Gaonkar. INDUSTERIAL APPLICATIONS: (i) MOTOR CONTROL: Introduction to speed control of DC motors using phase controlled converters and choppers.Microcontroller Handbook. Insustrial Electronics. Instruction set and pin details. INVERTERS AND CHOPPERS: Working principles of single and three phase bridge rectifiers.2. Power Transistor. Uninterruptible power supply. and GTO. keyboard and display inteface. 8253. Wiely Eastern Ltd. Permanent magnet and hybrid stepper motors. 8255. Penram Press. 3. interrupts. Choppers: Principle of operation. Biswas. Interiacing and applications. 8251 chip and their applications. Boost converter and buckboost converter. Recommended Books: 1. peripheral devices and memory organisation. 8085 MICROPROCESSOR ARCHITECTURE: Internal data operations and registers. Step up. 8 bit and 16 bit instruction. 3. Induction and dielectric heating control. SCR. Voltage and current source inverters. Pearson Education. format and timing Instruction set. Ayle. 3. 4. PIC Microcontrollers. 8085 MICROPROCESSOR INTERFACING: 8259. Industrial Electronics and Control. IGBT. 2. Tata McGraw Hill. Triac. Insustrial Electronics: A text Lab Manual. 4. Biswanath Paul. Morris. Industiral Electronics. 5. . Basic idea of speed control of three phase induction motors using voltage and frequency control methods. Programming and debugging. Stepper Motors: Variable reluctance. (iv) Introduction or Programable Logic Controller. Recommended Books: 1. forward/buck converter. 8085 MICROPROCESSOR INSTRUCTIONS: Classification. (iii) High frequency electronic ballast.N. RECTIFIERS. 4. (ii) POWER SUPPLIES: Switch Mode Power Supply: Fly back conveter. Zbar. Prentice Hall of India. the 8051 Microcontrollers & Embeded System. 2. pins and signals. 2. Step down and reversible choppers. S. R. Pearson Education. SEMICONDUCTOR POWER DEVICE: Basic characteristics of Power Diode. MOSFETs.8051 Microcontrollers. 5.Microprocessor Architecture.
2. Matched filter detection. Delta and adaptive delta modulation.L. 4. John Wiley & Sons. Minimum shift keying. CONCEPTS OF OPEN AND CLOSED LOOP SYSTEMS: Example and application of open loop and colse loop systems. H. Tata McGraw Hill. 2. Determination of transfer function by block diagram reduction technique & signal flow graph method. 6. Information rate. Noise in reactive circuits. INFORMATION THEORY & CODING: Amount of Information. Wuantization of signals. 2. Steady state error & error specification in frequency domain and their corelation with time domain. Simon Haykin"Communication Systems". Reedsolomon codes. FSK & MSK techniques. PCM. P. Coding of Information. Shannon's theorem and shannon's bound. Tata McGraw Hill. Ortogonal signal tranmission. Single ParityBt code. Hamming code. BWS/N trade off. PULSE MODULATION SYSTEMS: Sampling theorem. BCH codes.6 EC4 DIGITAL COMMUNICATION 1. EMGOMMEEROMG 1. Capacity of a GaussianChannel. Chakarbarti"Principles of Digital Communication" Danpatrai & Sons. DIGITAL MODULATION TECHNIQUES: Various techniques of phase shift. 3. 3. word and frame synchronization. 4. amplitude shift and frequency shift keying.Taub & D. PPM. REPRESENTATION OF PHYSICAL SYSTEMS (ELECTRO MECHANICAL): Differential equations. NOISE EFFECTS IN COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS: Resistance noise. Increase in average information per bit by coding. 6 EC5 SUSTE. Lathi"Communication Systems". ASK. Quantization error. Sklar"Digital Communication" Pearson Education. Proakis"Digital Communication" Tata McGraw Hill. . Calculation of error probabilities for PSK. Recommended Books: 1. Brief idea of multivariable control system. B. Gneration and demodulation of PAM. 5. Brief idea of Ztransform and digital control systems. PWM. Noise figure & noise temperature in cascaded circuits. 3. Entropy. Linear Block code Cyclic codes.P. Design specification in frequency domain and theri corelation with time domain. FREQUENCY DOMAIN METHODS: Bode plot. schilling"Principles of communication System". 4. Bit. TIME RESPONSE ANALYSIS OF FIRST ORDER & SECOND ORDER SYSTEMS: Transient response analysis. Companding and multiplexing of PCM signals.
5. network analysis. A PERFORMANCE METRICS & NETWORK ANALYSIS: Percentage correct. New Age Publication. Hurwitz criterion. B. Prentice Hall of India. system Development Life Cycle (SDLC). 6 EC 6. 3. analyzing weights in trained Networks. 2.Kuo: Automatic Control Systems.2 SOFTWARE ENGINEERING 1. Bekn: Digital contorl mpten 6. INTRODUCTION: Biological basic for NN. CASE STUDIES: Issues in radar Signal Processing optical Character recognition. classifications of NN models. divide by three problem. M and N loci. training. network Initiallzation. IMPLEMENTATION: (a) Back Propagation Model: Topology. Implementation issues. Nicholas charls. using transputers. training calculations. specifying NN models. 6.5. average sumsquare error. 4. SYSTEM ANALYSIS: Characteristics. stef: Design of F. M. squarewithina square problem. conrol myoter. the transputer. developing a system specifications. calculations. 4. Tata McGraw Hill. 6. Pearson Education. DEVELOPMENT ENVIRONMENT AND HARDQARE IMPLEMENTATIONS: NN modeling languages. Transfer function Solution of state equation.B. Prentice Hall of India. System Level Project Planning. Recommended Books: 1. 3. . gopal: Control Systems.C. Polar plots. K Atsuhiko Ogata: Modern Control Engineering. various roles of neural networks. (b) Selforganization Model: Topology. STABILITY OF THE SYSTEM: Absolute stability and relative stability Routh's stability criterion. freeman/SkapuraNetworks. State models for liner continuous time systemes. normalized error. NN software. Problems in system Devetopment. I J Nagrath and M Gopal: Control Systems Engineering. Root locus method of analysis.T. 2. background and brief history. SYSTEMS CONSIDERATIONS: Various problems. Recommended Books: 1. R. Concepts of controllability & observability. 5. STATE VARIABLE ANASYSIS: Concepts of state. state variable and state model. 6 EC 6. testing. Brief idea of state variable analysis in discrete time domain.1 NEURAL NETWORKS 1. Nyquist stability criterion.
efficiency. SOFTWARE PROJECT MANAGEMENT: Objectives. 7. 6. LOC and FP estimation. . 9. effort estimation. Human computer interface design guidelines and standards. Data dictionary. SPMD. Styles of human computer interaction. Data modelling. Refining operations. metricsspeed up. SWDLC models. Parallel programming languages. 6EC 6. COCOMO estination model. communication overheads. A. 5. Liner system solution. Computer System Engineering. 5. architectural and procedural design. SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT: Life Cycle (SWDLC). Class and object definitions. sorting networks. 2. BASIC ALGORITHMS: Fast Fourier transform. Software taxonomy: Kung's taxonomy. Software engineering approaches. SOFTWARE DESIGN: Design fundamentals. STRUCTURED ANALYSIS: Data and control flow diagrams.Behforooz and F. 3. Behavorial modelling. Software project scheduling. 8. Risk analysis. single/multiple program performances. benchamarks. PERFORMANCE METRICES: Laws governing performance measurements. Handler's classification. 2. Object modularisation. utilization. Class and object relationships. Pearson Education. McGraw Hill International. PRAM models. USER INTERFACE DESIGN: Human factors. REQUIREMENTS ANALYSIS: Requirement analysis tasks. Object oriented analysis modelling. Design documentation. Processor arrays. sorting etc. 6. System Analysis. interconnection RAMs. 3. Modelling the Architecture. Oxford University Press. 7.A practitioner's.J. Extension ofr data intensive applications. OBJECT ORIENTED DESIGN: OOD concepts and methods. Resources and their estimation. Finite state machine (FSM) models.2. Software prototyping and specification. 3. analysis principles. Pressman: Software Engineering. System Specification. Sommerwille: Software Engineering. Effective modular design: Data. Recommended Books: 1. 4. Hudson: Software Engineering Fundamentals. HARDWARE TAXONOMY: Flynn's classification.3 PARALLEL COMPUTATION AND ACRCHITECTURE 1. ABSTRACT PARALLEL COMPUTATIONAL MODELS: Combinational circuits. Control and process specification. INTRODUCTION: Synchronous and asynchronous paradigms of parallel computating. OBJECT ORIENTED ANALYSIS: Object oriented concepts. 4.
3. PROBLEM CLASSES NPHARD AND NPCOMPLETE: Definitons of P. Addison Wesley. GAn Introduction to Parallel Computing. GREEDY METHOD: Matrix Chain multiplication. 2.M. graph coloring and Maze problem. INTRODUCTION TO ASSIGNMENT AND MULTICOMMODITY FLOW PROBLEMS AND ITS VARIANTS: Formulation of assignment problem. Quinn. Addison Wesley. Hopcroft.Parallel Computing Theory and Practice. quadratic assignment and biquadratic Formulations of Multicommodity Flow (MCH) problems MinCost Multicommodity Flow problem. BACKGROUND: Review of algorithms complexity and order notations.E. J. 3. DIVIDE AND CONQUER METHOD: Binary search. Maxflow Multicommodity flow problem. OTHER TECHNIQUES: BacktrackingEight queen problem. lower bound theorycomparison nees for sorting/searching. .Advanced Computer ArcitectureParallelism. algorithmics. Rivest and Cormen. Aho A. Kumar. Brassard. Briggs. DYNAMIC PROGRAMMING : Matrix chain multiplication.d. 6 EC 6. Recommended Books: 1. and Karypis. lower bound theorycomparison tree for sorting/searching. Ullman: Design and Analysis of Algorithms. Prentice Hall of India. Hwang K. Hwang. 7. Prentice Hall 4. Current Literature. 5. Mc_Graw Hill. J. Intorduction to flow shop scheduling and Network capacity problems (No algorithms). McGraw Hill. Radix sort.A. 6. NPHard and NPcomplete problems. 2. Branch and BoundTravelling salesman problem and 0/1 knapsack problem. longest common subsequence and 0/1 Knapsack problelm. V.NP. A.Recommended Books: 1. 4. K. 4. integer Multicommodity flow problems. Bucket sort and counting sorts. Approximation algorithms for vertex cover and subset sum problem. Mc_graw Hill. namely Heap sort. Introduction to Algorithms. Merge sort Quick sort and Strasen's Matrix Multiplication. 2.. longest common subsequence and 0/1 Knapsack problem.V. Sorting methods. Decision problems. 3.Computer Architecture & Parallel Processing.4 DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF ALGORITHMS 1. Grama. F.Gupta A. Scalability and Programmability. Cook's theorem Prowing NPcomplete problemsStatisfiability problem and Vertex cover problem.
(a) To identify & solve the aliasing problem (b) to boserve the Transmission of two signals of two signals over a single channel usingsampling methods. 11. Programme to generate and sum 15 faboicci numbers. To modulate a pulse carrier with sinusold signal to obtain PPM signal & demodulate it. To observe and compare the operation of the two systems. Searching a number in an array and finding its party. 2. 5. Introduction to digital signaling. 6 EC 9 ELECTRONICS CAD LAB . Produce ASK signals. 6 EC 8 MICROPROCESSOR LAB 1. with and without carrier suppression. Programme to multiply two 8bit numbers. Study the hardware. memory structure and operation of 8085 microprocessor kit. To observe the operation of a PCM encoder & decoder. 9. 6. 8. 3. To modulate a pulse carrier with somispod signal to obtain PW VI signal & demodulate it. 4. running light. 9. To observe pulse amplitude modulated wave from & its emodulation 4. Program to perform mieger division: (i) Sbit by 8bit (ii) 16bit by 8bit. Examine the different processes requrred for demodulation in the two cases. 7. 10. To observe the performance of a delta modulation system & derive from it a delta sigma modulation systme. Programme to perform following conversion: (i) BCD to ASCH (ii) BCD to Hexadecimal. Serial and Parallel data transfer on output port 8155 & 8255 & designing of disco light. 3. Observe & examine the PSK signals. Sorting of array in: (i) Ascending (ii) Descending order 6. To observe the FSK wave forms & demodulate the FSK signals based on the properties of (a) A tuned circuits (b) on a PLL 11. 12. and sequential lights on off by above hardware.6 EC 7 COMMUNICATION LABII 1. To investigate the characteristics of quantisation noise & the effect of injected noise on the performance of a PCM system. Generation of different wave form on 8253/8254 programmable timer. 2. 5. 7. 8. Transfer of a block of data in memory to another place in memory in the direct and reverse order. 10. To inseft a number at correct place in a sorted array. Programme for rolling display of message "INDIAN". functions. with particular references to the limiting characteristics. To consider reason for using digital signal xmissions of analog signals.
10. Quarter & half wave antenna Reciprocity theorem. 6. Amplifiers. 2. 6. 7.3 UJT triggering circuit. Study and obtain the wave forms for singlephase half controlled symmetrical and asymmetrical bridge converters. 8. 2. Study and obtain the waveforms for voltagecommutated chopper. 7. 1. Following circuits using 555 timer. Perform experiment of single phase PWM inverter. Perform experiment on triggering circuits for SCR 2. boost and buckboost regulators. beam width. Perform experiment on buck. Switching time of a transistor/logic gates.(a) Differentiator & Integrators (b) Voltage Follower (c) Adder 5. Study and obtain the waveforms for singlephase fully controlled bridge converter. . 4. Resonant and nonresonant Antenna effective length and aperature. Semester VII 7 EC1ANTENNA & WAVE PROPAGATION 1. directivity.4 VI characteristics.2 RC triggering circuit. Any two of filter using operational amplifier. gain. Radiation from a current element in free space. efficiency. Two part Parameter evaluation of active & passive ckts. Study and obtain the characteristics of Diac. 1. 3. 1. . radiation resistance.Design & simulation of following circuits with the help of software: 1. Oscillators(any tow) (a) Colpitts (b) Hartiey (c) RC phase shift (d) Wein bridge oscillator 3.2 Measure the breakdown voltage.1 Rtriggering circuit. 11. Study and obtain the wave forms for currentcommutated chopper. 2. (a) single stage (b) Multistage 2. Study the characteristics of SCR. (a) Astable multivibrator (b) Bistable multivibrator (c) Monostable multivibrator (d) Tringular wave generator. ANTENNA: Antenna fundamentals and definitions. 1.3 Measure latching and holding current. (a) Low pass (b) High Pass (c) Band pass (d) Band stop (e) Notch filter 4. 5.1 Observe the terminal configuration. Study and obtain the waveforms for singlephase halfwave controlled converter. 8. 12 Perform experiment on Motor controlopen loop & closed loop. 9. 6 EC 10 INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS LAB 1. Using opamp.
STRUCTURES FOR DISCRETETIME SYSTEMS: Block diagram and signal flow graph representation of LCCD (LCCDLinear constant .g. Multiple hop transmission. changing the sampling rate using discretetime processing. UHF and Microwave antennasAntenna with parabolic reflectors. Frequency independent antennas. 7 EC2 DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING 1.polarization. skipzone & maximum usable frequency. Antennae Measurements: Antennae impedance. V and Rhombic antennas. Oblique & vertical incidence transmission.D. The frequency response of LTI systems. Linear systems with linear phase. Collin.C. yagiUda antenna. McGraw Hill. solar activity and meteorological conditions on wave propagation. Harper & Row. Multiplication of patterns. polarization and phase measurements. gain. continuoustime processing of discretetime signals. Prentice hall of India. 'Antenna and Wave Propagation'. refraction interference and diffraction of radio waves. Horn and Lens antennas. 'Antennas & Radio Wave Propagation'. space wave and sky wave propagation. 5.A. Plane earth reflection. Helical antennas. antenna loading. impedance. Antenna Arrays: Tow element array. MinimumPhase systems. Duct propagation and tropospheric scattering. Various lonospheric layers. Kraus. Reflection. Logperiodic antennas. 2. antenna temperature. Allpass system. Folded dipole. C. 3.D. Balanis. Nelement linear arrays. R. Balmain. radiation pattern. 'Antennas'. Fundamentals of Slot and Microstrip antennas. collinear and combination arrays. Prasad.e. K. 3. 2. Critical frequency. MF and HF antennas. McGraw Hill. 'Electromagnetic waves and Radiating Systems'. 2. Jordan and K. J. TRANSFORM ANALYSIS OF LTI SYSTEMS: Introduction. reflection factors for horizontal and vertical polarisations. Characteristics of ionosphere and its effects on wave propagation. New Delhi. Theory of ground wave. end fire. System functions for systems characterized by LCCD (Linear constant Coefficient Differnece) equations. Recommended Books: 1. SATYA Prakashan. VLF. Broadside. LF. SAMPLING: Discrete time processing of Continuoustime signals. 'Antenna Theory'. Square and Circular loop antennas. RADIO WAVE PROPAGATION: mechanism of radio wave propagation. 4. Effect of ground on antennas. and directional characteristics of antennae. virtual height. directivity. Binomial arrays. E. Effect of earth's magnetic field. Long wire.
transmission and multiplexing. Modulation. Building blocks of TxRx. Implementing LTI systems using the DFT. 4.11 standards and blue tooth. The discrete Fourier transform (DFT). Satellite orbit and descriptionorbital period and velocity. radio link ontrol. CDMA based netwroks. IEEE 802. Oxford Univ Pren 7 EC3 WIRELESS COMMUNICATION 1. GSM codec. Efficient computation of the DFT. Fresnel zone clearance bending of radio beam. LathiSignal Processing & Linear System. CELLULAR WIRELESS NETWROKS: TDMA based networks. channel coding and interleaving. Properties of the DFT. satellite description. Prentice Hall of India. Bilinear transformation. Codedivision multiplexing. lownoise amplifier. Design of FIR filters by Windowingexamples of FIR filter design by the kaiser window method. 5. Schafer. Free space loss. Frequency planning. Design of DiscreteTime IIR filter from Continuoustime filters. DecimationinTime and decimationin frequency FFT Algorithms.GSM: Introduction. overview of the GSM systems. Prokis & MonolakisDigital Signal Processing: Principles. FILTER DESIGN TECHNIQUES: Introduction. 2. Prentice hall of India. 3. Algorithms & Application. Earth Stationantenna. Effective earth radius. down converter. THE DISCRETE FOURIER TRANSFORM: The discrete fourier series (DFS) Properties of the DFS. MULTIPLE ACCESS TECHNIQUES: FDMA. geostationary orbit. LINE OF SIGHT MICROWAVE COMMUNICATION: Link Engineering.Coefficient Difference) equations. effects of orbital inclination. TDMA and CDMA with reference to mobile radio and satellite systems. Rabiner & GoldTheory & Applications of Digital Signal Processing. SATELLITE COMMUNICATION: Elements of satellite communication: frequency bands. Frequencyhopped spread spectrum signals. Wirless access protocol. Implementation of the DFI using convolution. 2. Recommended Books: 1. Wireless LAN's Technology. S. pn sequences.K. 4. MitraDigital Signal Processing. Transposed forms. up converter. 5. Basic structures for IIR and FIR systems. coverage angle and slant range. 4. filter design by impulse invariance. PROPAGATION PHENOMENA: Fundamentals of fading multipath channels: Spread Spectrum signals: Directsequence spread spectrum signals. 5. Tata McGraw Hill. highpower amplifier. BuckDiscrete Time signal Processing. azimuth and elevation. 3. . The Goertzel Algorithm. Mobilie IP. cordless systems and WLL. Pearson Education Asia. multiple access.
Wheeler Publishing. Pearson Education.a simple CVD system. Ha. Growth mechanism and DealGrove Model of oxidation. low pressure CVD of dielectric and semiconductor. 3. Tata McGraw Hill. INTRODUCTION TO TECHNOLOGIES: Semiconductor SubstrateCrystal defects. Wet etching.M.Y. William Stallings. Float Zone Growth. Recommended Books: 1. ReppaportWireless Communication. Plasma etching. Etching and Polishing. Fundamental consideration for IC Processing. Projection printers. 6. Planarization. Dr. NMOS IC Technology. Chemical equilibrium and the law of mass action. EpitaxyVapour Phase Expitaxy. Electronic Grade Silicon.Kamilo FeherDigital Wireless Communication. correction to simple theory. Mask generation. VLSI PROCESS INTEGRATION: Junction and Oxide Isolation. Defects in Epitaxial growth.monitoring and control. 3. Asia. Mac Millan. LeMobile Cellular Telecommunications. Nagchoudharyprinciples of Microelectronic Technology. LOCOS methods. William C. Trench Isolation. and Parabolic Rate coefficient. LPE. DIFFUSION & ION IMPLANTATION: Ficks diffusion Equation in One Dimension Atomic model. Richharia MSatellite Communication System. Molecular beam epitaxy. Characterization & evaluation of Crystals. PATTERN TRANSFER: Introduction to photo/optical lithography. 2. Metal Organic Chemical Vapor Deposition. 4.Wireless communication & Networks. SOI Metallization. Linear. Pearson Education. reliability. McGraw Hill Interational Edition. 7 EC4 IC TECHNOLOGY 1. Introduction to atmospheric CVD of dielectric. Prentice Hall of India. McGraw Hill International. T.Digital Satellite Communications. SzeVLSI Technology.. photoresists. . 2. Wafer PreparationSilicon Shaping. Chemical cleaning. Recommended Books: 1. the structure of SiO2 Oxidation techniques and system Oxide properties. Diffusion in SiO2 lon Implantation and lon Implantation Systems Oxidation. CHEMICAL VAPOUR DEPOSTTION AND LAYER GROWTH: CVD for deposition of dielectric and polysilicon. S. D. 5. Czochralski Growth. 4. elementary idea of demand assignment multiple access (DAMA). CMOSIC Technology. Bipolar IC Technology. Tri. Reaction ion etching. Analytic Solution of Ficks law. 2. 5. Satellite Link: basic link analysis. Contact/proximity printers.
Tata McGraw Hill. CMOSGate Transistor sizing. Michael John. 6. flipflops. Layout for NAND and NOR Gates. Compact disk digital audio. BASIC ELECTRICAL PROPERTIES OF MOS CIRCUITS: Ids versus V ds relationship. Pucknell. H. Depletion Mode transistor action nMOS and CMOS fabrication.261. Kang. 3. The nMOS inverter. Pull up to Pulldown ratio for a nMOS Inverter and CMOS Inverter (Bn?Bp MOS transistor circuit Model. Basic physical design of simple Gates and Layout issues. Behzad RazaviDesign of Analog CMOS Integrated Circuits. VIDEO AND ANIMATION: Basic concepts. 2 input CMOS Multiplexer. JPEG. Noise Margin). Transistor Transconductance gm. Data stream characteristics of continuous media information units.E. RazoniDesign of CMOS Analog Integrated Circuit. VHDL Code for simple Logic gates. INTRODUCTION TO MOS TECHNOLOGY: Basic MOS transistors.CMOS circuit design. 7 EC5 VLSI DESIGN 1. Oxford University Press. 3. 2. Complex Logic gates Layout. Stephen Brown and Zvonlo VeranesicFundamentals of Digital Logic with VHDL Design. Kamran EshraghianBasic VLSI Design. 2. Enhancement Mode transistor action. disthering. Properties of Multimedia. Memory latches and registers. 4. Prentice Hall India. Sebastian SmithApplication specific Integrated Circuit.3. MUSIC AND GRAPHICS: Audio formats. Kamran EshraghianPrinciples of CMOS VLSI Design. 4. Introduction to VHDL. MPEG. 3. Neil H. and shift registers. computerbased Animation. Prolog & other design tools. Hybrid coding. MEDIA AND DATA STREAMS: Medium. 4. Douglas A. computer Image Processing. McGraw Hill. DVI. 7 EC6. 5. Graphics format. . 2. Power dissipation. CMOS LOGIC CIRCUITS: the inverter. Speech Image format. 5. Gate delays.1 MULTIMEDIA SYSTEMS 1. Stephen A CampbellThe Science and Engineering of Microelectronic Fabrication. Layout issues for inverter. Aspects of threshold voltage. MIDI. Compound Gates. Layout optimization for performance. Transmission Gate. Hong XiaoIntroduction to Semiconductor Manufacturing. NAND Gate NOR gate. Combinational Logic. Weste. CDROM Technology. Tata McGraw Hill. Recommended Books: 1.
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faulttolerant systems. 2. Avoidance and prevention. Saving power.TanenbaumModern Operating Systems. 4. 7. H. 4. Directories. Saving Memory Space. REAL WORLD INTERFACING: Interfacing of LCD. 2.G.N. Addision wesley. K. implementation of File systems. Interrupts & returns. Pearson Education Asia. Overview of Unix. Paging. directories. Arithmetic operations. OS Penetration. file security and protection. ADC to 8051. group communication. Worms & Viruses. 3. I/O. layered protocols and Unix. Recovery. Cryptography. 3. System calls. client server model.SilberschatzOperating Systems Concepts. 2. Security Kernels. disk scheduling terminals. virtual memory. FILE SYSTEMS: File attributes. remote procedure calls. process scheduling techniques. Page replacement algorithms. Memory management. AyalaThe 8051 Microcontroller. Pearson Education Asia. RTOS Architecture.level and bit level logival operations. 3. 5. Jump and call instructions. A. 5. 6. MEMORY MANAGEMENT: Fixed and variable partitioning. DEADLOCKS: Condition for deadlocks. INTRODUCTION TO REAL TIME OPERATING SYSTEMS: Round robin with interrupts. Task and task states. PROCESSES: Processes and inter process communication. deadlock detection. pasword.W. Processes. swapping in Multiprogramming. Segmentation. M. Valvano Brooks/ColeEmbedded Microcomputer Systems Thomson LearningTM 8 EC4. OS SECURITY: Security requirement. NETWORK OPERATING SYSTEMS: Network file systems. David simonAn Embedded software Primer. J. Penram International. Andrew S. 3.4 OPERATIONG SYSTEMS 1.M. files. Demand Paging. MazidiThe 8051 Microcontroller and Embedded Systems. 4. Semphores and shared data.Peterson. Shell. J.DeitelAn Introduction to Operating System. BASIC DESIGN USING RTOS: Encapsulating Semaphores and Queues. Prentice Hall of India. INPUT AND OUTPUT: Software and hardware. Recommended Books: 1. Recommended Books: 1. 8 EC5 COMPUTER NETWORK PROGRAMMING LAB .A. Mazidi and J.
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Project evaluation. Industiral & cost theory. 4. 8 EC7 SYSTEMS DESIGN & ADVANCED COMMUNICATION LAB PARTI Schematic design and make PCB layout of following ckts. To set up Fiber Optic Analog link. PROJECT PLANNING: Network analysis. Measurement of Propagation loss and numerical aperture. PARTII Design of following ckt using appropriate software like VHDL/FPGA. 3. 3input NAND gate. 3. PARTIII To perform of following experiments based on Fiber Optic Trainer. FET Amplifier in common drain mode.6. BuffaOperation Management. Serial inserial out shift register. Recommanded Books: 1. PERT & CPM. WE. Labour Leigislation. To set up fiber Optic Digital link. 2. investment decisions. DLatch. ZaidiStatistical Process. Half adder. 12 Characterization of laser diode and light emitting diode. Optimum size. 1. Plant location. 3. Prassana ChandraFinancial Management. TMH. Concept of industrial economics and its importance. 3bit DAC with Opamp. 1. TMH. Mod13 asynchronous counter. 2. 2. 1. Market structure. . 3. 2.
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