Solapur University, Solapur

Structure of T.E.(Electronics & Telecommunication Engg.) Part I & II w.e.f. Academic Year 2009-10. T.E.(Electronics & Telecommunication Engg.) Part -I
Sr. Subject No. 01 Electro Magnetic Engg. & Radiating System 02 Digital Communication 03 Software Engineering & Project Management System 04 Digital Signal Processing 05 Microprocessor & Peripherals 06 Electronic Software Lab-II Total Teaching Scheme L T P Total 3 1 2 6 3 3 4 4 1 18 1 -------2 2 -2 2 2 10 6 3 6 6 3 30 Th. 100 100 100 100 100 --500 Examination Scheme TW POE OE Total 25 ----125 25 -25 25 25 125 50 -25 50 -125 ----------175 100 150 175 25 750

• Vacational Training (be evaluated at B.E. Part-I) of minimum 15 days
should be completed in any vacation after S.E. Part-II but before B.E. Part-I & the report should be submitted in B.E. Part-I.

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------T.E.(Electronics & Telecommunication Engg.) Part -II
Sr. Subject No. 01 Radar & Microwave Engineering 02 Microcontrollers & Application 03 Industrial Electronics 04 Optical Communication 05 Electronics System Design 06 Hardware Mini Project Total • • L 3 4 4 3 4 -18 Teaching Scheme T P Total --- 2 5 --------2 2 2 2 2 12 6 6 5 6 2 30 Th. 100 100 100 100 100 --500 Examination Scheme TW POE OE Total 25 -25 150 25 25 25 25 25 150 50 -------50 ------25 --50 175 125 125 150 25 750

Vacational Training (be evaluated at B.E. Part-I) of minimum 15 days should be completed in any vacation after S.E. Part-II but before B.E. Part-I & the report should be submitted in B.E. Part-I. The batch size for the practicals/tutorials be of 15 students. On forming the batches, if the strength of remaining students exceeds 7, then a new batch be formed.

Solapur University, Solapur T.E. (Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering)


T.E. (Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering)-I 1. Electromagnetic Engineering & Radiating System
Theory : 3 Hrs /Week Paper : 100 Marks Tutorial : 1 Hr /week TW : 25 Marks Practical : 2 Hrs/week ________________________________________________________________________ SECTION-I 1. Mathematical Fundamentals (4) Vector analysis, Coordinate systems & transformations, line, surface & volume integrals, diverengence & strokes theorem. 2. Electrostatic field (8) Columbs law, electric field, electric flux density, gauss law with application electro potential & equipotential surfaces, relation between E & V electric dipole boundary conditions for electrostatic field, capacitance & capacitors, electrostatic energy & energy density, Poisson & Laplace equation 3. Magneto static field. (8) Biot-savart law & its Applications, Amperes circuital law & its application, Magnetic flux density, Magnetic scalar & Vector Potential, boundary condition for magnetic field, energy stored in magnetic field.

SECTION-II 4. Electromagnetic waves (6) Maxwell’s equation in point form & integral form, Time harmonic fields, Helmhotz wave equation, plane waves in lossless & lossy medium, pointing vector and power flow in EM – field, polarization of plane waves. 5. Principles of radiation & Antennas (4) Fundamentals of radiation, basic antenna parameters, Antenna parameters, Antenna field Zones, Short Dipole Antenna, Power radiated by Short Dipole Antenna & it’s radiation resistance. Basic types of antennas. Monopole Antenna, Loops Dipoles & slots, Parabolic dish. 6. Antenna array (10) Pattern multiplication, Linear array of n isotropic point sources of equal amplitude & spacing, Broad side array, Ordinary end-fire –array, end-fire –array, arrays with parasitic elements, micro strip array, Yagi Uda array

Solapur University, Solapur T.E. (Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering)


S. Kraus. Antenna radiation with distance 8. Applied Electromagnetic theory Analyses.Text Books1. Electromagnetic-John D. Problems & Applications-Nair & Deepa [PHI] Reference Books1.] 5. Elements of Electromagnetic. (Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering) 3 . Ulaby.[PHI] 5. 1.[Pearson Education] 2.Second Edition [PHI] 6.Second Edition [TATA Mc Graw Hill. Plotting polar plot of an antenna 3.A.Edminister. Raju-[ Pearson Education] 6. Modulation test 7.Third Edition [Mc Graw Hill. SWR Measurement Solapur University. Introduction to EM fields.John D. Whites.F.[Mc Graw Hill. Nasar.] 4. Kraus. Electromagnetic field theory & transmission lines – 1st Edition .] 3. List of experiments. Measuring front to back ratio of an antenna 6.N.J.Third Edition [Mc Graw Hill. Antennas and Wave Propagation – G.] 4. Raju [ Pearson Education] Term Work:*Term work should consist of minimum 8 experiments & 6 Tutorials based on above syllabus. Measuring Gain of an antenna 4.Paul.Second Edition [TATA Mc Graw Hill. Khan. Verification of characteristics of different types of antenna 2.G. Electromagnetics Fields & Radiation Systems-Jordan & Balmain.Third Edition [Oxford University Press] 3.William Hyte.2001 Media Edition.S.] 2. Applied Electromagnetics. Field & Wave Electromagnetic – David K Cheng. Marhefka. Electromagnetic Schaum’s outline series.E. Electromagnetic Engineering. Antenna for all applications.Mattew Sadiku. Solapur T.N. Measuring Beamwidth of an antenna 5.

Baseband Data Transmission : (5) Baseband pulse shaping . Shaping of transmitted spectrum . PCM Vs. S/N trade off. Synchronization methods. QAM. Non coherent FSK. channel capacity. redundancy. Analog modulation. CVSD. Effect of precoding . Duo binary & M-ary signaling . 3. Probability of error . Solapur University.E.T. Digital continuous wave Modulations Techniques: (7) Binary ASK . Comparison of digital modulation schemes–Bandwidth & power requirements. Q level DPCM system. Entropy.- (8)   Introduction to information theory. Quantization – Uniform & Non uniform . Equalization . Differential . TDM-PCM Telephone system . Solapur T. Power bandwidth exchange. DPCM system. PSK . Bandwidth requirement. ADPCM. Tutorial: 1 Hrs/week POE : 50 Marks ________________________________________________________________________ SECTION – I 1. Eye Diagrams .E. PAM. PTM. PCM. SECTION – II 4. Joint Entropy and conditional entropy. Differential coherent PSK. entropy coding. Synchronization . Pulse shaping by Digital Methods . bandwidth. Delta Modulation – Noise in DM . Equipment complexity . (8) Digital transmission of analog signal: Basic block diagram of digital communication. 2. M-ary wideband FSK. Noise in PCM . Rate of information. Shannon’s Theorem. Digital Communication Lecture: 3Hrs/week Paper : 100 Marks Practical: 2 Hrs/week TW : 25 Marks. Pulse Modulation: Introduction to Sampling theorem.(Electronics &Telecommunication Engineering) Part-I 2. FSK schemes . ISI. ADM. M-ary differential PSK . Information Theory and Channel capacity. PCM. Coherent PSK & FSK. Scrambler. (Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering) 4 . average and mutual information. Shannon – Hartley theorem. M-ary signaling schemes – M–ary coherent PSK .

Carrier recovery circuits. Frame synchronization.PWM.-PHI 3.Wiley. FDM 4) Data Formats 5) PCM. 6.E. M-ary Orthogonal signals.FSK.-TMH.QPSK 9) Hamming Codes. 5. M Asonid Salehi. Roden.S.Simon Haykin. 6. Proakis.Pearson Education. Solapur University. (Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering) 5 . Solapur T. 7. FFT Based multicarrier system. Digital Communication -John G.Pearson Education Reference Books:1. Multicarrier Communication System. Digital communication . Digital Communication: Design for Real World ( With CD) – 1st Edition – Bateman [ Pearson Education]. PPM 3) TDM. on MATLAB ) – 1) Sampling and reconstruction 2) PAM. Synchronization. Symbol Synchronization. Multichannel and Multicarrier systems (7) Multichannel Digital Communication in AWGN channels.Bernard Sklar & Pabitrakumar Ray. 4. DPCM. Even and Odd Parity 10) Eye Diagram 11) Measurement of bit error rate 12) Companding 13) MATLAB Based Experiment. Proakis. Contemporary Communication system using MATLAB by John G. Sam Shanmugan-Wiley 2.5.DPSK.ADCM 6) DM. Analog and Digital Communication – Martin-Shroff Publishers..CVSD 7) ASK. Communication System Analog & Digital . 3. Digital Communication . Matched filter receiver. 8) BPSK. Minimizing Peak-to-average ratio in multicarrier system. Optimum receiver for digital Modulation (7) Probability of error. Genhard Bauch.Singh & Sapre.Taub & Schling-TMH 2. Text Books : 1. Digital & Analog Communication systems – K. Digital Communication System Design – M. Term Work:List of Experiments (Minimum 10 Experiments based on above syllabus and at least two expt. Principles of Communication System .ADM. Correlation receiver.

Network planning model & formulation. Monitoring and Control – [5] Framework. 3. models -Water fall.E. V. Software Engg. forward & backward pass. visualizing methods. Software Life Cycle & Models [8] Software life cycle concept. Activity Planning [6] Project scheduling. 2. Process activities. Software Requirement – [4] Functional and non-functional. process iteration. context model. (Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering) 6 . behavioral model. Test automation. Interface specification. cost monitoring. user requirement. planning & management. Requirement document. system models. project & activities. risk identification. 7. Project Management [6] Concept of general management. data collection. project planning. object models. component testing. the rational unified process. PERT.I 1. SECTION-II 5. Monte Carlo & critical chain concept in Risk management (only application) 8. & Project Management System Lectures: 3 hrs/week Theory: 100 Marks ______________________________________________________________________ SECTION. critical path analysis. test case design. Software Processes – [4] Software process models. program management & project evaluation.TE (Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering) – Part I 3. 4. dealing with slippage & change control Solapur University. prototyping. resource planning. assessment. Software Testing – [4] System testing. structured models. system requirement. Solapur T. 6. Risk Management – [5] Risk & its categories.

Software Engineering .Pearson Education (8th Edition) 2.Summerville.Pearson Education Solapur University. Alleger. Software Engineering – (Theory & Practice) – Pfleeger. Software project management in practice .Pearson (3rd Edition) 3. (Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering) 7 .Pankaj Jalote .Reference Books: 1. Software Project Management – Bob Hughes & Cottrell – TMH (4th Edition)    4. Solapur T.E. Atlee.

Finite world length effects in IIR filters. Frequency analysis of signals using DFT . DT signals. Implementation of IIR filters. FIR Filter design: Characteristics of FIR Filters. Introduction to programmable Digital Signal Processors: Basic Architectural features.E. Structures for IIR filters: Direct form. Digital Signal Processing Lectures: 4 hrs/week Practical: 2 hrs/week Paper: 100 marks Term work: 25 marks POE: 25 marks SECTION – I 1. (7) 6. Bus Architectures. Special addressing modes. (4) Solapur University. (7) SECTION II 5. FFT Algorithms (DIT FFT & DIF FFT) (12) 4 . Fixed point and Floating point Digital signal processors overview of TMS320C54XX DSP Architecture (6) 8. Realization of Digital Linear systems: Structures for realization of Discrete time systems Structures for FIR Filters: Direct form. Bilinear transformation. (2) (3) 3. stability considerations & frequency response. co-relation of DT signals. (Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering) Part-I 4. (7) 7. windowing method & frequency sampling method of filter design. FIR Implementation techniques. 2. Circular convolution. The Discrete Fourier transform and Fast Fourier Transform: DFT. Relation between DFT & Z Transform. Properties of DFT. cascade form & parallel form. Digital transfer function. Properties of FIR Filters. Solapur T. IIR filter design: Impulse Invariant technique. Signal flow graph & transposed structure. VLIW Architecture. (Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering) 8 . Application of DSP in Audio processing. Telecommunication & Image processing. Multiply and accumulate (MAC) unit. Z – transform & properties overview. Frequency transformations.T.E. Cascade form & Lattice Structure. DSP System concept. finite word length effects in FIR filters. Fast convolution techniques (Overlap add & overlap save). Analog filter approximation (Butterworth).

Digital Signal Processing – Principles.H. & Jervis B.John Wiley 9.John Wiley 10.Hyes. Fundamental of DSP using Matlab by Schilling-Cengage learning Solapur University. Guide on Digital Signal Processing 8.V. 6. Bhaskar-TMH. Digital Signal Processing by Ramesh Babu -4th Edition Scientic Publication 5.Term work: TW should consist of minimum 8 experiments based on above syllabus. Digital Signal Processing Implementations using DSP Microprocessors by Avtar Singh & S. Solapur T. Scientist and Engg. -Pearson Education. W. Digital Signal Processors. Algorithms and Applications by John G Proakies-Pearson Education.J. 7. Defata.W.Academic Press 11. A Vallavaraj & C Gnanapriya -TMH 4. Schalfer. Digital Signal Processing by S Salivahanan. Programming and Applications by B Venkataramani & M. Reference Books: 1. Digital Signal Processing – A Practical Approach by Ifeachor E. 2. Discrete time signal Processing by A.Architecture. 3.. Oppenheim & R. (Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering) 9 .E. Digital Signal Processing – A System Design approach by D. Digital Signal Processing Fundamentals Applications by Li Tan.-( Schaums Outline ) TMH 12. Srinivasan-Thomson.C. Digital Signal Processing by M.

POE : 50 marks. Control word formats . Data transfer techniques. (10) 3. : 4 hrs.Frequency measurement using 8253/54. Study of Buffers-74244 & 74245. Programming using Interrupts (4) 4.Instructions related to interrupts. WAIT. (Electronics &Telecommunication Engineering) Part – I 5. : 2 hrs. Dual Slope. RESET & HALT. ROM. Memory mapped I/O & I/O Mapped I/O Schemes. PROM.II 5. (4) SECTION ./week. Theory : 100 marks. Basics of I/O Interfacing Concepts of I/O Ports. Solapur T. stepper motor. Fundamentals of Microprocessors:INTEL 8085AFeatures. Practical. single cycle execution. Successive approximation. Transition states diagram-HOLD. ADC techniques-Counter type. relay and thumbwheel switch using 8255. Classification. EPROM programming methods. Semiconductor Memories : Memory Classification-RAM.E. timing diagrams.DAC-(0808) using 8255 (5) Solapur University. single stepping. memory organization. EEPROM. Memory Interfacing Interfacing different memory chips(RAM/ROM) with 8085 (3) 6.T. EPROM. 7 segment display. Generating different control signals. Single slope.Timer/counter-8253/54. Instruction Set-Addressing Modes. memory expansion. Microprocessor and Peripherals Lectures.E. USART -8251 Interfacing keyboard. Classification-Hardware & Software Interrupts . Interrupt Structure of 8085. Architecture. Interrupts: Basic concepts. Flash ADC Interfacing ADC(0808/0809).different operating modes Programming of the following chips – PPI-8255. . ________________________________________________________________________ SECTION . Data converters DAC techniques-Weighted register DAC.Interfacing Chips & applications Features./week. (15) 7. R-2R Ladder DAC. Functional Pin Configuration. Application. Pin configuration . Programming with Assembly language.Block diagram. TW : 25 marks.I 1. (5) 2. Demultiplexing of address & data bus. (Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering) 10 .

B) Reversing a string of data. the given number is ABCD H.E. 02) Multiplication of two 8-bit numbers using the method of successive addition and Shift & add. OB H. then separate it as 0D H. 04) Block transfer and block exchange of data bytes. (i. Solapur University. a) BCD to HEX and b) HEX to BCD 08) Generating delays of different time intervals using delay subroutines and measurement of delay period on CRO using SOD pin of 8085A. Solapur T.e. 05) Finding the smallest and largest element in a block of data. OA H and store in consecutive memory location. (Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering) 11 . 07) Converting 2 digit numbers to their equivalents. 06) Arranging the elements of a block of data in ascending and descending order. 0C H.) B) Addition of these separated digits and storing sum at next consecutive memory Location. 03) Division of two 8-bit numbers using the method of successive subtraction and shift & subtract. 09) Generation of Fibonacci Series 10) A) Digit separation of a 16 bit number (i. if given number is ABCD H then revered should be BA H upper byte and DC H in lower byte).Term work: List of the Experiments: A) Software/Simulator based (Minimum Ten experiments) 01) Programs based on different addressing modes. arithmetic and logical instructions. (0A+0B+0C+OD = 2E H) C) Reversing the upper byte and lower byte of given numbers. 11) A) 16 bit sum of string of data.e.

RST 7. P.Kenneth L Short – 2nd Edition. INTEL. Solapur University. Programming and Applications. with the 8085A . 03. 04. Solapur T. Microprocessor Architecture. 03) Interfacing 7 segment LED display using 8255A – in static and dynamic mode. 06.5 are activated. 05. 08) Interfacing of 8253 / 8254. A) To INPUT data bytes from peripheral port and to store them in memory. Fundamentals of Microprocessor & Microcomputer. Programming and System Featuring 8085 – Willam A Rout – Cenage Learning Publication. 02) Study of interrupts by enabling them in main line program and then executing different subroutines when TRAP. Microprocessors and Programmed Logic .B Ram – Dhanpat Rai Publication.-Wiley Eastern Ltd. Microprocessor & Peripherals – S.E. 09) Interfacing of 8251 Reference Books:01.Microprocessor Peripheral hand book.Ramesh S Gaonkar. B) To OUTPUT data bytes from memory to peripheral port.B) Hardware Based (Minimum Six experiments from the list given ) 01) Program controlled data transfer using 8255 PPI. Manual.5 & RST 5. 06) Interfacing stepper motor with microprocessor using 8255A – in Half and Full excitation.5. 05) Interfacing DAC 0808.Scitech Publication. Choudhary. Microprocessors Architecture. Pearson Education. application notes. Sunita Choudhary . RST 6. 07) Interfacing of thumbwheel switches. New Delhi. (Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering) 12 . 04) Interfacing ADC 0808/0809. 02.

destructors. Turbo C+ + Techniques and application by Scoot. Rajkumar.B. Inheritance: Derived classes. New Delhi. Tata McGraw Hill Publication. Aaron M. types of inheritance. Functions in C++: Function prototype. Classes and objects: (4) Class types. Ravishankar. Programming in C++ by P. Robert Ladd. Data structures Using C++: Implementing Stack. pointers to class members. friend functions. New Delhi. (3) (2) (1) Text and Reference Books:1. Electronic Software Lab – II Lectures:1 Hr/Week Practical: 2 Hrs/Week ________________________________________________________________________ 1. Balagurusamy. static member functions 4. member functions. Moshej Augenstein. 5. 4. Programming with C+ + by Ravichandran D. Queues. 3. (Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering) 13 . Mastering C++ by K. constructors.E. inline functions. Data Structures using C and C++ by Yedidyah Langsam. Second Edition. Templates and exception handling. Published by PHI. Tata McGraw Hill Publication. 5. virtual functions. virtual base classes. BPB Publication New Delhi. Solapur T. data members. 2. dynamic initialization of variables.R. Venugopal T. Mahapatra (S. New Delhi.E (Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering) Part-I 6. function overloading. Object oriented programming in C+ + by E. Second Edition 2. Linklist using class. applications of OOPs and C++. 6. Chand).T. operator overloading (2) Term Work: 25 Marks 3. 6. Tata McGraw Hill Publication. Solapur University. Introduction to C++ programming: (2) Basic concept of object oriented programming. Tenenbaum.

Program on templates and exception handling. multilevel and multiple inheritance. Program on pointers to class members. Solapur University.Kamthane – Pearson Education. Object Oriented Programming with ANSI and Turbo C++ . Program using the concept of private. Program on Queues using class. Programming in C & C++ by S. Term work: List of the Experiments: Minimum 12 experiments from the list given below. (Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering) 14 . protected data members and functions. Program using the concept of friend function. public.7. 8. Solapur T. 03) 04) 05) 06) 07) 08) 09) 10) 11) 12) 13) 14) Program using the concept of operator overloading. 01) 02) Simple program using the concept of class. Program on stack using class.E. Program on single level. Program on constructors and destructors. Program using the concept of virtual function. Program on static member function.Bhave – Pearson Education. 9. Object oriented Analysis & Design – Deacon – Pearson Education. Program using the concept of virtual base class. 11. Program on inline function and function overloading. Chand). Object oriented programming with C++ . 10. Kahandare (S. S. Program Solving with C++ -6/e – Savitch –Pearson Education.

Circular waveguide . Microwave waveguide (8) a. TWT. Transmission line parameters.E (Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering) Part-II 1. TRAPATT diode. Group Velocity & Phase Velocity.Power Transmission & Power loss in Circular Waveguide 3.T. Solapur T. Characteristic & application. Rectangular waveguide . H-Plane Tee. Introduction to MMIC. E-Plane Tee. Reflex Klystron. (Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering) 15 . Radar And Microwave Engineering Theory: 3 Hrs/week Practical: 2 Hrs/week Paper: 100 Marks TW: 25 Marks OE: 25 Marks SECTION –I 1. Microwave Transmission line: (5) Transmission line equation. frequency and Impedance. Magic Tee. Smith Chart. . Measurement of Power. Microwave Solid State Devices And Measurement: (6) Microwave Transistor. Hybrid Junction. IMPATT. Microwave Tubes: (6) Limitations of conventional Tubes. Ferrite devices-Circulator and Isolator SECTION -II 4. Microwave Components (5) Introduction to S parameters. Microwave frequency band.E.Solutions of Wave equations in Rectangular coordinate . Directional Coupler. Gunn Diode. PIN diode. 2.Solutions of Wave equations in Circular coordinate. Klystron. Microwave hazards. Magnetron 5.TE mode & TM mode Rectangular Waveguide . Solapur University. b.TE .Power Transmission & Power loss in Rectangular Waveguide.TM and TEM modes Circular Waveguide .

Pearson Education. Liao – Pearson Education. . – Pearson Education 2) Microwave & Radar Engineering by M. Term Work:Experiment List:1.E.Wiley Publication. radar range equation. Radar target and clutter. Verification of characteristics of Reflex Klystron. Radar cross section definition and fundamentals. Solapur T. Measurement of Gunn diode characteristics 7. . Reference books: 1) Foundations for Microwave Engineering by Robert Collin. Technology. Pulse Doppler radar. Measuring attenuation of Transmission line 3. Measuring input impedance of Transmission line 4. Navigational and remote sensing radar. Measurement of Microwave Components 6. by Byron Edde. Rizzi. Text Books: 1) Radar Principles. Types of radars and radar functions: MTI radar. 8. Measurement of Microwave frequency 5. Radar: (7) Introduction to Radar. Measuring characteristics of Transmission line 2. Applications.Kulkarni. (Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering) 16 . Measurement of VSWR Solapur University. 2) Microwave Engineering (Passive Circuit) by Peter A.6. – Third Edition ( Umesh Publication) 3) Microwave devices & Circuits by Samuel Y.

Buzzer. LCD display. Capture/ compare / PWM (CCP) Modules in PIC 16F877. Architecture.RTC DS1307 (5) (6) (8) SECTION –II Microchip PIC microcontroller family 5. PIC 16F8XX Flash microcontrollers: Introduction.E. DAC 0808. Various registers. Matrix keyboard. interrupt structure. PIC Microcontrollers: overview and features (2) 6. USART and ADC (6) 8. RTC DS1307 (8) Solapur University. Timers. Interfacing of following with MCS 51 microcontroller Switches. Buzzer. Timers and Interrupts.T. (8) 7. Input / output ports. Relay. Functional pin description. Addressing modes. Serial port 4.E. Functional pin description.(Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering) Part II 2. Relay. SFRs and various resources of MCS 51. Memory organization. Interfacing of following with PIC microcontrollers Switches. Program memory and data memory organization. Master synchronous serial port (MSSP) module: SPI. LED. LED. LCD display. 3. Introduction to MCS 51 family. Instruction set and Assembly language programming. (Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering) 17 . ADC 0809. Architecture. Microcontrollers and Applications Lectures: 4 hrs/week Practical: 2 hrs/week Paper: 100 marks TW: 25 marks POE: 50 marks SECTION -I MCS 51 Microcontroller family: 1. Hardware overview: study of Port structure. (5) 2. Solapur T. Matrix keyboard. I2C .

Use Assemblers for MCS 51 and MPLAB software for PIC Microcontrollers. 5 8051 Microcontroller by I Stott. programming and Applications by Kenneth Ayala Penram International ( Third Edition) 2 Microcontrollers ( Theory and Applications) by Ajay V. LEDs and Buzzer. Interfacing of DAC 0808 and generation of various waveforms. Peatman Pearson Education Asia LPE 8 Datasheets of MCS 51 family microcontrollers 9 Datasheets of Microchip PIC family of Microcontrollers 10 Datasheets of RTC DS1307 from DALAS Semiconductor. 14 Serial communication. Rathel & Phan – Fourth Edition Pearson 6 Designing & Customizing of PIC Microcontrollers by Mike Predcko. Interfacing of Serial RTC 10 Interfacing of Stepper motor. Deshmukh Tata MGH 3 The 8051 Microcontroller and Embedded systems by Muhammad Ali Mazidi Pearson Education Asia LPE ( Second Edition) 4 8051 Microcontrollers programming and practice by Mike Predcko. Interfacing of Matrix Keyboard Interfacing of LCD Display. Solapur T. (Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering) 18 . Solapur University. 12 Use of ADC of PIC Microcontrollers.E. 13 Use of Interrupts for any Application. 11 Speed control of DC Motor.Text Books: 1 The 8051 Microcontroller Architecture. 11 PIC Microcontroller & Embedded Systems – Mazidi – Pearson Education Term work: Minimum 10 experiments of following with 5 Experiments on MCS 51 and 5 Experiments on Microchip PIC Microcontrollers. Interfacing of ADC 0809 Use of Timer for generation of time delays Use of Timer as counter. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Arithmetic and Logic operations Interfacing of Switches. Mackenzie. 7 Designs with PIC Microcontrollers by John B.

SCR protections: over current. PIC( Power Integrated Circuit) 3. SECTION-II 4. Chopper control techniques: fixed frequency and variable frequency Time ratio control. Industrial Electronics Lectures : 4hrs/week Practical : 2hrs/week Paper: 100 marks TW : 25 marks SECTION -I 1. Inverters and cycloconverters: Single phase inverters: series. Solapur University. Half controlled & fully controlled bridge converters with R & RL load. Analysis of single-phase bridge converters: average and RMS output voltage. full wave converter with R. Three-phase converters: circuit. Morgan’s chopper. RL load.( Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering)Part II 3. input power factor. (8) 5. DIAC. 2. Current limit control. characteristics & ratings of MOSFET.E. Firing circuits: line synchronized UJT firing circuit. (Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering) 19 .phase inverters: 1200 and 1800 mode with R load. AC power control using TRIAC: fan regulator. digital firing circuit. characteristics & ratings. Cycloconverters: principle of step down and step up cycloconverter. parallel and bridge inverter.E. Solapur T.T.TRIAC. Fourier series expression for line current. Chopper circuits: Jones chopper. Power devices: (6) Construction. Voltage control techniques for inverters. IGBT. operation & waveforms of following converters. Single phase converters: half wave. Three. operation. Controlled rectifiers: (10) Circuit diagram. single-phase bridge cycloconverter. Silicon controlled Rectifiers: (8) Construction. thermal protection and dv/dt protection. waveforms and derivation of average output voltage of half wave and full wave converter with R load. DC choppers: (8) Principle of step down and step up chopper.GTO. lamp dimmer. Classification of choppers. Line commutation and forced commutation techniques. Harmonic reduction techniques. Turn on and turn off mechanism. over voltage.

(Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering) 20 . Text books 1. HVDC transmission. 2. Sen. USA 5. Fan regulator using DIAC & TRIAC. Power electronics. Series inverter 9. devices & applications by M. Undeland – John Willey Term Work:List of Experiments Minimum 8 experiments out of following1.D. -2nd Edition. Ramamoorty. Solapur T. Single phase separately excited DC motor drive. . 5. To obtain VI characteristics of SCR. H.2nd Edition –East West Press 4. Principle and applications of induction and dielectric heating. Line synchronized UJT firing circuit for SCR. Modern Power Electronics.E. To obtain VI characteristics of TRIAC & DIAC. Singh. Thyristors & their applications by M.K. 3.B. 2. Power Electronics by M. 3. 6.3rd Edition Pearson Education. To obtain VI characteristics of MOSFET. Rashid. Static circuit breakers. Bose Reference Book: Power Electronics by Ned Mohan. SCR Manual – German Electric Co. battery charger rating calculations.B. 4. Single phase full controlled rectifier with R & RL load 8. Single Phase Cyclo-Converter 11. Jones chopper 12. Applications: (8) ON line and off line UPS with battery AH. Parallel inverter 10.6. Single phase Half controlled rectifier with R & RL load 7. Power electronics & its applications by Alok Jain. circuits. back up time.Penram International Publication. Power Electronics by P.Tata Mc Graw Hill 7. Khanchandani. Morgans chopper 13. K. Off line UPS Solapur University. C.Tata Mc Graw Hill 6.

cable design. Introduction: The general optical communication system.E. optical emission from semiconductors. Avalanche Photo diodes. Phototransistors. types. Fiber couplers (2) 5. Optical Communication Lectures: 3Hrs/Week Theory :100 Marks Practical: 2Hr/Week Term Work: 25 Marks ________________________________________________________________________ SECTION.LASER basic concept. PN. Optical fibers and cables: Preparation of optical fibers. Cables: Fiber strength. durability and stability of fiber transmission characteristics. quantum efficiency. Applications (5) 2. Material absorption. fiber bend losses. Fibers alignment and joint loss. Non-semiconductor Lasers. Mid-infrared and photoconductive detectors. Optical Sources – LED power and efficiency. Fluoride glass fibers. Linear and Nonlinear scattering losses. Solapur T. Semiconductor Injection Laser. Optical sources. (4) 4. Mode theory. Laser fiber coupling. losses in fibers. Optical detectors: Introduction. Semiconductor photo diodes with and without internal gain. connectors. absorption. optical detection principals. Laser Modulation. LED structures. Transmission characteristics of optical fibers: Attenuation.( Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering)Part II 4. Fiber splices. ray theory of transmission. Liquid phase and vapour phase deposition techniques. (5) Solapur University.I 1. (4) SECTION II 6. Optical Fiber Joints and Couplers. PIN. Advantages and disadvantages.E.T. device. (Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering) 21 . Mid-infrared and Far-Infrared transmission. responsivity. characteristics and Modulation techniques (4) 7. Types of optical fibers . Dispersion: Intermodal and Intramodal dispersion. Injection laser structures and characteristics . Dispersion modified Single mode fibers (6) 3. long wavelength Cutoff.

C.PHI 3. (Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering) 22 . Term Work:1. 2. Pulse width modulation system. (5) Text books: 1. 4. Optical communications. Refractive Index profile. Fiber optical communication systems: Introduction. Link Design. Receiver Design. Transmitter Design.Pearson Education. 5 6 7 8 9 Setting up fiber optic analog link & digital link. Solapur T.TMH 2. To transmit and receive frequency modulated analog signal using fiber optic cable. Numerical aperture. To transmit and receive analog signal using fiber optic cable. Optical Fiber communications.D. 2.S. Fibre Optics Communication – 5th Edition – Palais-Pearson Education. Fiber Optics communication – Hozold Kolimbiris . M. 11 To transmit and receive voice signal using fiber optic cable. Optical Fiber communications-Gerd Keiser.E. To transmit and receive digital signal using fiber optic cable. SONET and SDH Networks.Senior – Pearson Education. Optical Fiber communications. 10 To transmit and receive computer signal using fiber optic cable. Propagation loss in optical fiber Bending loss. cutoff wavelength.Principles and practice John.Agarwal . FDDI. Optical Time Division Multiplexing. Measurement of Numerical Aperture. BISDN and High Speed Networks (7) 9. Third Edition . 4.Chand and company References: 1. 12 Frequency modulation system. Local Area Network (LAN) Systems.8. Measurement of optical power using optical power meter. Wavelength Division Multiplexing (WDM) . Solapur University. Dispersion. Line Codes for optical Fiber links. Optical fiber Measurements: Attenuation. Data buses. ISDN .David Gover . 3. fiber diameter and field measurements.

PSK demodulator using LM565 &CD 4046 (9) SECTION-II 5. Mixer. power supply requirement.T. Programmable Logic Controller: PLC architecture. (Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering) 23 . Applications. Demodulator & PLL: Balanced modulator principle.E. (Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering) – Part II 5. ladder diagram for bottle filling plant. requirement analysis. Design of 3 ½ digit DVM using discrete components (6) 4. Product design : Product specification.Frequency synthesizer. Timers & Counters: Timer design using XR 2240. comparison with relay logic. elevator control. PLL-Working Principle. Digital Voltmeter: Design of 4-digit numeric display system. Modulator. shielding and wiring techniques. washing machine (6) Solapur University. Design of frequency counter using IC 74C926 for the time & event counting (6) 3. FSK demodulator . product design stages. design consideration. PCB design for high frequency equipment (3) 2.E. FM detector. Balanced modulator /demodulator-IC 1596 and its applications-AM modulator. Solapur T. Electronic System Design Theory: 100 Marks Term Work: 25 Marks OE: 25 Marks ___________________________________________________________________ Lectures: 4 Hrs/Week Practical: 2 Hrs/Week SECTION-I 1.

multipathing. Antenna Design: Spatial beam forming. Antennas for all application 3rd Edition by John D. Linear IC manual 3. Introduction to system design using integrated circuits by B. zero & span circuit.Design of analog ON/OFF & proportional controller for controlling process. Solapur T. Reference Books: 1. Kharus TMH Publication Solapur University. Fundamentals of Logic design by Charles H.D. Design of Industrial Control: Signal conditioning for sensors like PT 100. V to I & I to V converter (4mA to 20mA). realization of SM chart. derivation of SM chart. National semiconductor manual 2. Bosshart TMH Publication 10.S.Roth.Joshon –PHI 8.6. PLC design by Otter 6. LM 35. Application system –MIMO. Microstrip antenna. Printed Circuit Boards Design & Technology by Walter C. PLC design by John Web 7.Botkar (Khanna publishers) 5. Design of PID controller.E. Smart antenna. (Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering) 24 .R. Applications-Traffic light controller.-JAICO publication 9. (7) 8. (3) Term work should consist of minimum 1 design on each chapter. Design of temperature controller & frequency measurement using microcontroller (9) 7. Jr. Process control instrumentation technology by C. Integrated circuits by K. ASM Design: SM chart.Sonde 4. Thermocouples & current loop Interface (4mA to 20mA).

list of components. datasheets.(Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering) Part-II 6. o Hardware Mini project should consist of Circuit design. cost . Solapur T. PCB fabrication. assembling & testing of small digital or analog application circuit. o Student should use standard software available for drawing circuit schematic. simulating the design and PCB (single/double sided) layout of circuit.E. Hardware Mini Project. Solapur University. o Project report should consist of details of work carried out including layouts. o Mini Project work should be carried out by a group of maximum three students. Practical : 2 Hrs/week TW: 25 Marks. circuits.T.E. (Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering) 25 .

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