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IIIT RK Valley

Rajiv Gandhi University of Knowledge Technologies-AP

Department of Electronics and Communication


Engineering

Bachelor of Technology

Course Structure and Syllabus

Academic Year 2017-18


(R15 Batch Onwards)
IIIT RK Valley, RGUKT-AP
Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering
B. Tech. Course Structure and Syllabus, AY 2017-18 (R15 Batch Onwards)

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COURSE STRUCTURE
E1 Sem1
Course Code Name of the Course Credits L T P
MA1101 Engineering Mathematics-I 4 2 2 0
EC1101 Electronic Devices and Circuits 4 2 2 0
CS6101 Programming and Data Structures 4 2 2 0
EE1101 Electrical Technology 4 2 2 0
EN502 Advanced English & Communication Skills Lab-I 2 0 0 2
EC1701 Electronic Devices and Circuits Lab 2 0 0 2
CS6701 Programming and Data Structures Lab 2 0 0 2
EE1701 Electrical Technology Lab 2 0 0 2
Total Credits 24
E1 Sem2
Course Code Name of the Course Credits L T P
EC1201 Analog Electronics-1 4 2 2 0
EC1202 Signals and Systems 4 2 2 0
EC1203 Digital Electronic Circuits 4 2 2 0
EC1204 Network Theory 4 2 2 0
MA1201 Engineering Mathematics-II(ECE) 4 2 2 0
EN602 Advanced English & Communication Skills Lab-II 2 0 0 2
EC1803 Digital Electronic Circuits lab 2 0 0 2
EC1801 Analog Electronics-1 Lab 2 0 0 2
Total Credits 26
E1 Summer Sem
Course Code Name of the Course Credits L T P
EC1301 Probability and Stochastic Processes 4 0
EC1902 Network Theory Lab 2
EC1901 Matlab 2 0 0 4
Total Credits 8
E2 Sem1
Course Code Name of the Course Credits L T P
EC2101 Electromagnetic Engineering 4 2 2 0
EC2102 Analog Communications 4 2 2 0
EC2103 VLSI 4 2 2 0
EC2104 Analog Electronics-2 4 2 2 0
EN702 Advanced English & Communication Skills Lab-III 2 0 0 2
EC2702 Analog Communications Lab 2 0 0 2
EC2704 Analog Electronics-2 Lab 2 0 0 2
EC2703 VLSI Lab 2 0 0 2
Total Credits 24
E2 Sem2
Course Code Name of the Course Credits L T P
EC2201 Digital Communications 4 2 2 0
EC2202 Micro Processors and Micro Controllers 4 2 2 0
EC2203 Linear Control Systems 4 2 2 0
EC2204 Digital Signal Processing 4 2 2 0
EN802 Advanced English & Communication Skills Lab-IV 2 0 0 2

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EC2802 Micro Processors and Micro Controllers lab 2 0 0 2


EC2801 Digital Communications Lab 2 0 0 2
EC2804 Digital Signal Processing Lab 2 0 0 2
Total Credits 24
E2 Summer Sem
Course Code Name of the Course Credits L T P
CS2101 Object Oriented programming 4 4 4 0
EC2301 RF and Microwave Engineering 4
EC2901 RF and Microwave Engineering Lab 2 0 0 4
Total Credits 10
E3 Sem 1
Course Code Name of the Course Credits L T P
Elective-I 4 2 2 0
Elective-II 4 2 2 0
Elective-III 4 2 2 0
Free Elective-I 4 2 2 0
EC3700 Mini Project 4 2 2 0
Total Credits 20
E3 Sem2
Course Code Name of the Course Credits L T P
Elective-IV 4 2 2 0
Elective-V 4 2 2 0
Elective-VI 4 2 2 0
BMXXXX Free Elective-II 4 2 2 0
EC3800 Mini Project 4 2 2 0
Total Credits 20
E3 Summer Sem
Course Code Name of the Course Credits L T P
EC3900 Summer Internship 4
Total Credits 4
E4 Sem1
Course Code Name of the Course Credits L T P
Elective-VII 4 2 2 0
Elective-VIII 4 2 2 0
Free Elective-III 4 2 2 0
EC4700 Project 6
Total Credits 18
E4 Sem2
Course Code Name of the Course Credits L T P
HS3201 Environmental Science 4 2 2 0
Elective-IX 4 2 2 0
Free Elective-IV 4 2 2 0
EC4800 Project 6
EC4900 CommUNITy service 2
Total Credits 20
Grand Total Credits 198

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List of Electives in E3&E4


Course Code Name of the Course Credits L T P
E3 SEM1
ELECTIVE 1
EC3501 Digital Image Processing 4 2 2 0
EC3502 TV Engineering 4 2 2 0
EC3503 Telecommunication Switching and Networks 4 2 2 0
ELECTIVE 2
EC3504 An Introduction to Electronics Systems Packaging 4 2 2 0
EC3505 Micro Electronics and Mechanical Systems 4 2 2 0
EC3506 Electrical & Electronic Measuring Instruments 4 2 2 0
ELECTIVE 3
EC3507 Digital signal Processors and architectures 4 2 2 0
EC3508 Satellite communication systems 4 2 2 0
EC3509 Biomedical Instrumentation 4 2 2 0
E3 SEM2
ELECTIVE 1
EC3601 Microwave and RF Integrated Circuits 4 2 2 0
EC3602 Radar Communication 4 2 2 0
EC3603 Mobile communications 4 2 2 0
ELECTIVE 2
EC3604 VLSI Design Verification and testing 4 2 2 0
EC3605 VLSI Design for DSP 4 2 2 0
EC3606 Low power VLSI circuits and Systems 4 2 2 0
ELECTIVE 3
EC3607 Pattern recognition and Machine intelligence 4 2 2 0
EC3608 Multimedia Technology 4 2 2 0
EC3609 Embedded systems 4 2 2 0
E4 SEM1
ELECTIVE 1
EC4501 Optical Communications 4 2 2 0
EC4502 Digital VLSI Design 4 2 2 0
EC4503 Digital IC Design 4 2 2 0
EC4504 Artificial Neural networks 4 2 2 0
ELECTIVE 2
EC4505 Adaptive signal Processing 4 2 2 0
EC4506 Biomedical signal processing 4 2 2 0
EC4507 Speech Processing 4 2 2 0
E4 SEM2
ELECTIVE 1
EC4601 Antenna engineering 4 2 2 0
EC4602 Random Processes and Time series analysis 4 2 2 0
EC4603 Statistical signal processing 4 2 2 0
ELECTIVE 2
EC4604 Spread Spectrum Communications 4 2 2 0
EC4605 Information Theory and Coding 4 2 2 0
EC4606 Computer Networks 4 2 2 0
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SYLLABUS

Course L T P
Year & Semester: Course Name: Engineering No. of
Code:
E1S1 Mathematics I Credits: 4 2 2 0
MA1101

UNIT-I: Sequences and Series: Sequences and their limits, Convergence of series,
Comparison test, Ratio test, Root test, Absolute and Conditional convergence, Alternating
series, Power series, Taylor’s and Maclaurin’s series

UNIT-II: Functions of several variables Limit, Continuity and Differentiability of functions


of several variables, Partial derivatives and their geometrical interpretation, Differentials,
Derivatives of Composite and Implicit functions, Derivatives of higher order and their
commutativity, Euler's theorem on homogeneous functions, Harmonic functions

UNIT-III: Applications of functions of several variables Taylor's expansion of functions of


several variables, Maxima and Minima of functions of several variables - Lagrange's method
of multipliers.

UNIT-IV: Numerical Solutions of Algebraic Transcedental Equations: Roots of


polynomial and transcendental equations - bisection, Newton-Raphson and regula-
falsimethods.
Numerical Intetgrstion: Trapezoidal and Simpson's 1/3rd rule for numerical integration.

UNIT-V: Interpolation Finite differences, Newton's forward and backward interpolation


formulae, Gauss-central difference interpolation formulae, Lagrange Interpolation.

UNIT-VI: PDE Introduction, formation of PDE, Lagranges equation, Nonlinear first order
equation by Charpit’s Method, Higher order linear equation with constant coefficients by
variable separable Method.

References/Text Books:
1. Advanced Engineering Mathematics (3rd Edition) by R. K. Jain and S. R. K. Iyengar,
Narosa Publishing House, New Delhi.
2. Advanced Engineering Mathematics (8th Edition) by Erwin Kreyszig, Wiley-India.
3. A Text Book of Higher Engineering Mathematics by B.S.Grewal 43rd Edition, Khanna
Publishers.

Course L T P
Year & Semester: Course Name: Electronic No. of
Code:
E1S1 Devices and Circuits Credits: 4 2 2 0
EC1101

UNITI: Introduction to Semiconductors: Periodic Structures, Cubic Lattices, Diamond


Lattice, Thermal Equilibrium and steady state, Wave particle Duality, Energy band formation,
Metal, insulator and semiconductor.

UNIT-II: Types of Semiconductors Intrinsic Semiconductor: Bond and band models,


Generation and recombination, Hole-The positively charged carrier, Effective mass of a
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carrier, Fermi level in intrinsic Semiconductor. Extrinsic Semiconductor: Majority and


minority carriers, Bond and band models.

UNIT-III: Carrier transport: Fermi level in extrinsic semiconductor, carrier concentration


and temperature dependence, drift of carriers in fields, conductivity and carrier mobility,
effect of temperature on mobility, Hall effect, diffusion of carriers, Einstein Relation.

UNIT-IV: P N Diode and Zener Diode: p-n junction structure, invariance of Fermi level at
equilibrium, the contact potential, current flow at the junction: forward and reverse biased
junctions, reverse bias breakdown, diode equivalent models. Use of Diode in Rectifiers (Half
Wave Rectifiers, Full Wave Rectifiers). Zener diodes and Zener diode as voltage regulator.

UNIT-V: Transistors basics: BJT: BJT construction, operation and characteristics, Early
effect, Input and output characteristics of common emitter, common base, and common
collector configurations. Transistor as an amplifier, Concept of biasing & different biasing of
BJT circuits. Stability factors and stability factors for different biasing circuits. BJT circuits at
DC.

UNIT VI: FET and Other Semiconductor Devices


FET: JFET and MOSFET construction, operation and characteristics. Comparison between
FET and BJT. Other semiconductor devices: Introduction to and construction of APD, PIN
diode, tunnel diode and SCR. Uni-Junction Transistor(UJT). Semiconductor photo Devices:
Photo voltaic cell, LED, LDR, Photo diodes & Photo Transistors.

References/Text Books:
1. J.Millman and Christos.C.Halkies,satyabrata,” Electronic Devices and Circuits”, TMH,
Third edition ,2012.
1. 2.Streetman & Banerjee, “Solid State Electronic Devices”, PHI learning private limited, 6th
edition, 2009
2. Donald A. Neamen , “Semiconductor physics and devices”, McGraw Hill 4th edition.,2012
3. AS Sedra& KC Smith, “ Microelectronics Circuits” , OXFORD university press,5th
edition.,2004
4. Boylestad, “Electronic Devices and Circuit Theory”,PHI learning private limited, 10th
edition,2009.

Video Lectures (Web Links):


http://nptel.ac.in/courses/117106091/
http://nptel.ac.in/courses/117103063/
http://nptel.ac.in/courses/115102014/
http://nptel.ac.in/courses/122106025/

Study Materials (Web Links):


http://nptel.ac.in/courses/117102061/
http://nptel.ac.in/courses/117107095/

Year & Course Course Name: L T P


No. of
Semester: Code: Programming and Data
Credits: 4 2 2 0
E1S1 CS6101 Structures

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Introduction to Programming; Variables, Assignment; Expressions; Input/Output;


Conditionals and Branching; Iteration; Functions and Recursinons; Arrays; Introduction to
Pointers; Structures;
Introduction to Data-Procedure Encapsulation; Dynamic allocation; Introduction to Data
Structure ;Stacks and Queues; Linked structures,Searching, Sorting and Search Trees; Time
and space requirements.

Course Course Name: L T P


Year & Semester: No. of Credits:
Code: Electrical
E1S1 4 2 2 0
EE1101 Technology

UNIT-I: DC CIRCUITS Introduction of electric circuit, ohm’s law, limitations of ohm’s law,
ideal, Practical and dependent sources and their characteristics, Passive Elements(R,L&C),
Source transformation, Voltage and Current division, Kirchhoff’s Voltage law and Kirchhoff’s
Current law; Mesh and Nodal analysis.

UNIT-II AC FUNDAMENTAL: Production of alternating voltage or current, phasor


representation of alternating quantity, Instantaneous, Peak, Average and RMS values of
periodic waveforms; Peak factor, Form factor; j notation, pure R,L & C in AC circuit,
Concept of Resonance, active, reactive and apparent power, Power factor and calculation of
energy(kWh).

UNIT-III MAGNETIC CIRCUITS& SINGLE PHASE TRANSFORMER


Magnetic Circuits, Magnetic Materials and their properties, simple series and parallel
magnetic circuits. Construction, EMF equation, ratings, phasor diagram on no load and full
load, equivalent circuit, regulation and efficiency calculations, open and short circuit tests

UNIT-IV-DC MACHINES Construction, EMF and Torque equations, Characteristics of DC


generators and motors, Losses and Efficiency, Swinburne's Test, Speed Control of DC Shunt
Motor, Flux and Armature Voltage Control Methods.

UNIT-V: AC Machines The revolving magnetic field, principle of orientation, ratings, and
equivalent circuit, Torque-speed characteristics. Principle of operation of synchronous
machine.

UNIT VI SPECIAL MACHINES Principle and operation of Shaded pole induction motor
-Reluctance motor - Repulsion motor - Stepper motor - AC series motor , Permanent
magnet DC motor .

References/Text Books:
1. Basic Electrical Engineering by Kothari & Nagrath TMH
2. Principle of electrical Engineering. By V. Del Toro Prentice Hall
3. Hughes, Electrical And Electronic Technology, Pearson 10/E 2011
4. JB Gupta, A course in Electrical Technology (Vol.2), S. K. Kataria& Sons, 2010.
Video Lectures (Web Links):
1.http://nptel.ac.in/courses/108108076/
2. https://onlinecourses.nptel.ac.in/noc16_ee03
3. https://6002x.mitx.mit.edu/courseware/6.002_Spring_2012/

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Year & Course L T P


Course Name: Advanced English & No. of
Semester: Code:
Communication Skills Lab-I Credits: 2 0 0 2
E1S1 EN502

UNIT-I:CALL Lab: Introduction to Phonetics – Phonetics and its Importance – Air-stream


Mechanism – Speech Mechanism – Organs of Speech – Received Pronunciation of England
called R.P. – General Indian English called G.I.E. ICS Lab: Ice Breaking Activities –
Individual & Group Activities – Brainstorming sessions – Exploring Ideas – Sequencing
Ideas – Topics & Situations to Participate Actively. Articles – Indefinite & Definite Articles –
Usage of Articles – Omission of Article – Exercises & Practice Prepositions – Frequently
Used Prepositions – Words followed by Prepositions – Exercises & Practice

UNIT-II: CALL Lab: Classification of English Sounds: Vowels – Monophthongs or Pure


Vowels – Front, Back and Central Vowels – Long Vowels – Short Vowels – Examples &
Practice ICS Lab: JAM (Just a Minute) sessions – Impromptu Speech – Dos and Don’ts of
JAM – Parameters to Evaluate – Topics for JAM – Practice & Evaluation Word Formation:
Suffixes & Prefixes – Words often Confused – Words often Misspelt – Words often Misused
– Synonyms & Antonyms

UNIT-III:CALL Lab: Classification of English Sounds: Consonants – Manner of


Articulation (Plosives, Fricatives, Affricates, Nasals, Lateral, Semi Vowels and Frictionless
Continuants) – Place of Articulation (Bi-labials, Labio-dentals, Dentals, Alveolar, Palato-
Alveolar, Velar and Glottal) –International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) Chart and Words –
Examples & Practice ICS Lab: Situational Conversations – Expressions in Various
Situations – Greetings – Making Requests – Apologies – Role-plays & Practice Concord:
Subject in Agreement with Verb – Sequence of Tenses – Exercises & Practice

UNIT-IV:CALL Lab: Syllable – Structure of a Syllable – Onset, Rhyme, Nucleus & coda -
Word Stress – Primary Stress & Secondary Stress ICS Lab: Self introduction - Introducing
others - Social and Professional Etiquette Framing Questions - Question Tags – Contracted
Forms - One Word Substitutes

UNIT-V:CALL Lab: Past Tense Marker and Plural Marker – Weak Forms and Strong Forms
- Consonant Clusters: Initial, Medial & Final Clusters ICS Lab: Descriptions: Describing
People, Process, Objects & Situations – Narrations – Giving & Asking for directions and
guidelines Common Errors in usage of English – in Spelling – in Grammar – in
Pronunciation – in Collocation – in Punctuation – in Intonation

Lab Lab Name: L T P


Year & Semester: No. of
Code: Electronic Devices and
E1S1 Credits: 2 0 0 2
EC1701 Circuits Lab

List of Experiments
1: PN junction Diode characteristics

2: Zener diode characteristics and its function as a voltage regulator

3: Performance characteristics of Half wave Rectifier With filter and without filter

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4: Performance characteristics of Full wave Rectifier with filter and without filter

5: Input and Output characteristics of BJT Common Base configuration

6: Input and Output characteristics of BJT Common Emitter configuration.

7. Common emitter configuration of BJT as an Amplifier and Switch

8. Characteristics of JFET

9: UJT Characteristics

10: SCR Characteristics

References/ Books: links


1.http://nptel.ac.in/courses/122106025/

Year & Lab Lab Name: Programming No. of L T P


Semester: E1S1 Code:CS6701 and Data Structures Credits: 2 0 0 2

Experiment-I: Familiarization of computer and environment and execution of sample


programs.
Experiment-II: Expression evaluation
Experiment-III: Conditionals and branching
Experiment-IV: Iterations
Experiment-V: Functions
Experiment-VI: Recursions
Experiment-VII: Arrays
Experiment-VIII: Structures
Experiment-IX: Linked lists
Experiment-X: Data structure.

Lab Lab Name: L T P


Year & Semester: No. of Credits:
Code: Electrical Technology
E1S1 2 0 0 2
EE1701 Lab

Experiment-I: Verification of KVL and KCL


Experiment-II: Verification of Nodal Analysis method
Experiment-III: Verification of Mesh Analysis method
Experiment-IV: Calibration of Single Phase Energy Meter
Experiment-V: Determination of Resonance frequency, Quality factor and Bandwidth of
series RLC circuit
Experiment-VI: Single Phase Transformer: OC and SC Test
Experiment-VII: Speed control of D.C Shunt Motor
Experiment-VIII: OCC of separately excited DC Shunt Generator
Experiment-IX: Swinburne’s Test
Experiment-X: Open circuit and blocked rotor test of three phase induction motor

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E1S2 Code: Analog Electronics- 4
2 2 0
EC1201 1

UNIT-I: Introduction to Analog Electronic Circuits &Diode Applications: Clipping and

Clamping circuits, Voltage multipliers, Rectifiers, Diode as gates and Voltage


regulator.Schottky diode.

UNIT-II: Amplifier Models :Four basic amplifier models and relationship between them.
Two port representation of amplifiers (h, g, Y and Z parameter models). Small signal models
(hybrid π, T and h-parameter models).
UNIT-III: Single stage BJT amplifiers : small signal mid frequency analysis of CE (with
and without emitter resistance), CB and CC configuration (gain, input impedance and output
impedance), Frequency response of CE amplifier (high frequency and mid frequency models
and analysis).

UNIT-IV: Single Stage MOSFET Amplifiers: Small signal equivalent circuits, Biasing in
MOS amplifiers, small signal analysis of CS (with and without source resistance), CG and
CD amplifiers, the high frequency model.

UNIT-V: Differential Amplifiers: MOSFET differential amplifier and BJT differential


amplifier (basic operation, differential gain, common mode gain and Common mode rejection
ratio(CMRR)

UNIT-VI: Operational Amplifier and its Applications: Ideal op-amp parameters, non-ideal
op-amp, bandwidth and slew rate on circuit Performance. IC 741, Op-amp applications-
summing amplifier, integrator, differentiator, Instrumentation amplifier, V to I and I to V
converter, comparator, precision Rectifier, log and antilog amplifier. Active filters.

References/Text Books:
1. 1. Sedra A. S. and K. C. Smith, Microelectronic Circuits, 5/e or 6/e, Oxford University
Press,2010
2. Boylestad R. L. and L. Nashelsky, Electronic Devices and Circuit Theory, 10/e or 11/e,
Pearson, 2009
3. Millman J. and C. Halkias, Integrated Electronics, 2/e, TMH, 2010.
4. Neamen D., Electronic Circuit Analysis and Design, 3/e, TMH, 2006
5. Spencer R. R. and M. S. Ghausi, Introduction to Electronic Circuit Design, Pearson, 2003.
Video Lectures (Web Links):
1. http://nptel.ac.in/courses/117106087/

Course Course Name: L T P


Year & Semester: No. of Credits:
Code: Signals and
E1S2 4 2 2 0
EC1202 Systems

UNIT-I: Introduction to signals: Mathematical representations of a signal, Common signals


in Engineering: Exponential and Sinusoidal signals, Useful signal models: singularity
functions- UNIT impulse function, UNIT step function, signum function, Transformations of
the independent & dependent variables, size of a signal, absolutely integrable & square
integrable functions, Characterization & Classification of Signals.

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UNIT-II: Introduction to systems: Modeling of systems: input-output description, typical


examples of systems, Characterization, Classification and properties of systems,
Interconnections of systems.

UNIT-III: Continuous-time (CT) Linear Time-invariant (LTI) systems:System Response


to Internal Conditions, The representation of CT signals in terms of impulses, the CT UNIT
impulse response, system response to external input: convolution for CT LTI systems,
Properties of Convolution.

UNIT-IV: Properties of CT LTI systems: memoryless systems, stability, invertibility,


causality; UNIT step response, Differential equation models & Solution of differential
equations: Natural &Forced responses, ZIR & ZSR, stability in terms of natural response,
System response to complex exponential inputs.

UNIT-V: Signal representation by Fourier series: Signals and Vectors, Signal comparison:
correlation, Signal representation by orthogonal signal set, Trigonometric Fourier series,
Wave Symmetry, exponential Fourier series, Convergence of the Fourier series and Gibbs
Phenomenon, frequency spectra, Properties of Fourier series, Power representation using
Fourier series, LTI system response to periodic inputs.

UNIT-VI: The Continuous-time Fourier Transform (CTFT):Development of CTFT of an


aperiodic signal, Convergence of CTFT, CTFT of some useful functions, Magnitude and
Phase representation of CTFT, The CTFT of periodic signals, Properties of CTFT, Frequency
spectra of signals, Signal bandwidth, System bandwidth, Frequency response of LTI systems,
Energy and Power Density Spectra. Introduction to Laplace Transforms.

References/Text Books:
1. Alan V Oppenheim, Alan VWillsky, S. Hamid Nawab, “Signals and Systems”, 2nd edition,
Pearson/PHI, 2015
2. B P Lathi, “Principles of Signal Processing and Linear Systems”, 1st edition, Oxford
University press, 2009
3. C L Philips, J M Parr and Eve A Riskin,“Signals, Systems and Transforms”, 4thEdition,
Pearson Education, 2008.
4. Simon Haykin, Van Veen, “Signals & Systems”, 2nd Edition, Wiley Publications, 2007.
5. MahamoodNahvi, “Signals and Systems”, McGraw Hill Publishers, 1st edition, 2015.
6. Michael Roberts, Govind Sharma “Fundamentals of Signals and Systems”, MGH
Publishers (SIE), 2ndEdition, 2008.
7. A Anand Kumar, “Signals and Systems”, 3rd edition, Pearson/PHI, 2013

Video Lectures (Web Links):


1. https://ocw.mit.edu/resources/res-6-007-signals-and-systems-spring-2011/video-lectures/
2. http://nptel.ac.in/courses/117104074/
3.http://nptel.ac.in/courses/108106075/
4. http://nptel.ac.in/courses/117101055/

Course Course Name: L T P


Year & Semester: No. of Credits:
Code: Digital Electronic
E1S2 4 2 2 0
EC1203 Circuits

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UNIT-I: Number Systems & Codes: Review of number systems: Digital systems, Binary,
Octal & Hexadecimal Numbering systems, Number base conversions, binary arithmetic,
complements of numbers, signed binary numbers, Binary codes: weighted & Non-weighted,
error detecting & error correcting codes –hamming code and other codes. Boolean Algebra
& Logic Gates: Boolean Algebra-Basic definition, Basic Logic operations, Basic theorems
and properties, Truth tables, Boolean Functions, Representation of Boolean functions:
Canonical & Standard forms, Other logic operations, Digital Logic gates, Universal gates.

UNIT-II: Gate Level Minimization: Algebraic simplification of Boolean expressions, the


map method, four variable K-map, five variable K-map, Prime implicants, POS & SOP
Simplification, Don’t care conditions, Tabular Method- Simplification of Boolean function
using tabulation Method, two level and multi-level NAND & NOR Implementation, Other
two level Implementation circuits, Ex-OR Function and properties.

UNIT-III: Combinational Circuits: Combinational circuits, Analysis & Synthesis (Design)


procedure, Design using conventional logic gates: Binary Adder-subtractor- Decimal Adder-
Binary Multiplier- Magnitude comparator- Parity generators and checkers- Code Converters;
Hazards; Decoder, Encoders, Multiplexers, Demultiplexer, Logic Design using MSI
Components.

UNIT-IV: Synchronous Sequential Circuits: Sequential Circuits, Latches, Flips-Flops –


Level and Edge triggering, Master- Slave Flip-flops & Edge triggered Flip-flops,
Characteristic table and equation, Excitation table, Flip-flop conversions. Analysis of
synchronous sequential circuits, State Reduction & Assignment, Design procedure of
synchronous sequential circuits, Design examples: Serial binary adder-sequence detector.

UNIT-V: Shift Registers & Counters: Registers, Shift Registers: SISO, SIPO, PISO, PIPO
& universal shift registers, Applications, Counters: Ripple Counters, Synchronous counters,
other counters and Applications of counters. Finite State Machines: Introduction- General
Model of FSM, Classifications of FSM (Mealy & Moore Models), Design of FSM, Design
examples, Capabilities and limitations of FSM

UNIT-VI: Memory and Programmable Logic: Introduction, Random Access Memory,


Memory Decoding, Read Only Memory, Programmable Logic Array, Programmable Array
Logic, Sequential Programmable devices, Complex Programmable logic devices, Field
Programmable Gate Arrays.

References/Text Books:
1. M. Morris Mano & Michel D. Ciletti, “Digital Design: With an Introduction to Verilog
HDL”, 5th Edition, Pearson / PHI Publishers, 2013
2. Stephen Brown & Zvonko Vranesic, “Fundamentals of Digital Logic with Verilog
Design”,3rd Edition, McGraw Hill, 2013.
3. Ronald J. Tocci & Neal S. Widmer, “Digital Systems Principles and Applications”,
Pearson, 10th Edition, 2011
4. Zvi Kohavi & Nirah K.Jha, “Switching theory and Finite Automata Theory” , 3rd Edition,
Cambridge university press, 2010.
5. Anil K Maini, “Digital Electronics: Principles and Integrated Circuits”, 1st edition, John
Wiley & Sons, 2007

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Year & Semester: Course Code: Course Name: No. of Credits: L T P


E1S2 EC1204 Network Theory 4 2 2 0

UNIT-I: Network Theorems: Tellegen’s, Superposition, Thevenin’s, Norton’s, Maximum


Power Transfer and Reciprocity theorem.

UNIT-II: Sinusoidal Steady state circuit analysis:


Voltage, Current, Sinusoidal & Phasor representation 1 Phase A.C. Circuit behavior of
Resistance, Inductance. And Capacitance and their combination, impedance concept of
power, power factor, series & parallel resonance – band width and quality factor.

UNIT-III: Transient analysis:


Transient behavior and initial conditions: Behavior of circuit elements under switching
condition and their Representation, evaluation of initial and final conditions in RL, RC and
RLC circuits DC excitation. Natural and forced response, Source free RL and RC Circuits.

UNIT-IV: Analysis of Linear circuits using Laplace Transform: Introduction to Laplace


transform, Circuit element models, Circuit Analysis using Laplace: Solution of networks,
step, ramp and impulse responses, waveform Synthesis and Transfer functions.

UNIT-V: Filters: Low pass filters, high pass filters, band pass filters, band reject filters,
Gain equalizer and delay equalizers, Butterworth filters, m-derived filters, constant k-filters,
design of filters.

UNIT-VI: Two Port Networks: Relationship of two port variables, Open circuit
Impedance parameters, Short circuit Admittance parameters, Transmission Parameters,
Hybrid Parameters, Relationship between parameter sets, Reciprocity and Symmetry ,
Interconnection of two port networks.

References/Text Books:
1. Valkenburg M.E Van, “Network Analysis” Prentice Hall 5 Edition
2. “Network Analysis And Synthesis”, Wadhwa, New Age Publications
3. “Network Analysis”, NC. Jagan& Lakshminarayana
4. “Basic Electrical Engineering” D.P. Kothari,I.J. Nagrath(Third Edition)

Year & Course Course Name: Engineering No. of L T P


Semester: Code: Mathematics II Credits: 4 2 2 0
E1S2 MA1201

UNIT-I: Convergence of improper integrals, tests of convergence, Beta and Gamma


functions - elementary properties, Improper Integrals involving Parameters - Leibnitz rule.

UNIT-II: Line Integral-Length of Arc, double and triple integrals, computations of surface
area and volumes, change of variables in double integrals – Jacobean transformations,
integrals dependent on parameters - applications.

UNIT-III: Vector Calculus: Scalar and vector fields, level surfaces, directional derivative,
Gradient, Curl, Divergence, Laplacian, line and surface integrals, theorems of Green, Gauss

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and Stokes, orthogonal curvilinear coordinates.

UNIT-IV: Complex Variables: Limit, Continuity, Differentiability and Analyticity of


functions, Cauchy-Riemann equations

UNIT-V: Complex integration Line integrals in complex plane, Cauchy’s integral theorem,
Independence of paths, Existence of indefinite integral, Cauchy’s integral formula,
Derivatives of analytic functions

UNIT-VI: Taylor’s series, Laurent’s series, Zeros and singularities, Residue theorem,

Evaluation of real integrals -‫݂ ∞ି׬‬ሺ‫ݔ‬ሻ݀‫ݔ‬.

References/Text Books:
1. Advanced Engineering Mathematics (3rd Edition) by R. K. Jain and S. R. K. Iyengar,
Narosa Publishing House, New Delhi.
2. Advanced Engineering Mathematics (8th Edition) by Erwin Kreyszig, Wiley-India. 2.
3. A Text Book of Higher Engineering Mathematics by B.S.Grewal 43rd Edition, Khanna
Publishers.
4. Complex variables and Applications (8th Edition), by J.W. Brown and R.V. Churchill,
McGraw - Hill 2

Year & Course Course Name: L T P


No. of
Semester: Code: Advanced English &
Credits: 2 0 0 2
E1S2 EN602 Communication Skills Lab-II

UNIT-I:CALL Lab: Minimal Pairs – Vowel & Consonant Sounds – Initial, Medial & Final
ICS Lab: Telephone Etiquette – Placing & Attending Calls – Greeting & Leave Taking –
Telephone Manners Active and Passive Voice – Rules – Various Sentences from Active to
Passive and vice versa.

UNIT-II: CALL Lab: Stress/Accent – Word Accent and Stress Shifts – Words with Weak
Prefixes – Words with Suffixes ICS Lab: Extempore – Public Speaking – Introduction –
Objective – Guidelines – Practice Idioms and Phrases – Definition – Origin/Structure –
Meaning – Usage

UNIT-III:CALL Lab: Mother Tongue Influence (MTI) – Neutralization of Mother Tongue


Influence ICS Lab: Information Transfer – Objectives – Definition – Types of
Pictorial/Graphic/ Representation Direct & Indirect Speech – Rules – Transformation in
Various Sentences – Exercises & Practice

UNIT-IV:CALL Lab: Formal and Informal Writing – Letters/E-mail/Blog Writing – Format


& Content – Sending e-mails with Attachments ICS Lab: Oral Presentations – Preparation –
Visual Aids – Handouts – Practice – Delivery Tips Vocabulary – Homonyms & Homophones
– Abbreviations & Acronyms – Palindromes – Oxymorons

UNIT-V:CALL Lab: Essay Writing – Different Types of Essays – Use of Appropriate


Diction – Coherence & Cohesion – Introduction, Body & Conclusion ICS Lab: Debate –
Objectives – Structure – Dos & Don’ts – Difference between Group Discussion & Debate
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Modal Verbs – Usage in Polite Expressions – Moods of Expression - Orders – Commands –


Requests

Lab Lab Name: L T P


Year & Semester: No. of Credits:
Code: Digital Electronic
E1S2 2 0 0 2
EC1803 Circuits

Experiment-I: Familiarization with logic gate IC’s


Experiment-II: Design of code converters and comparators (8-bit)
Experiment-III: Half adder , full adder , half subtractor, full subtractor , ripple carry adder,
BCD adder, carry look ahead adder using IC
Experiment-IV: Design of a binary multiplier and displaying its inputs and outputs on seven
segment display UNIT
Experiment-V: Familiarization with multiplexer, decoder, encoder. Design of Half adder, full
adder, magnitude comparator and other examples using above familiarized components
Experiment-VI: Design and verification of SR,JK,D,T latch/flip-flops.
Experiment-VII: Flip-flop conversions and Design of frequency dividers
Experiment-VIII: A. Design of synchronous counters (Up and Down) and displaying result
on seven segment display UNIT, B. Design of Mod n ≤ 2n counter design( total 8 states,
design of mod6 and mod7 with clear), C. Design and IC verification of Decade counter, D.
Cascading of counters
Experiment-IX: Synchronous counter design and displaying result on seven segment display
UNIT, A. Random sequence B. Ring counter/Johnson counter
Experiment-X: Verification and analysis of ALU IC.
Experiment-XI: Design of a digital clock.

Lab L T P
Year & Semester: Lab Name: Analog No. of Credits:
Code:
E1S2 Electronics-1 2 0 0 2
EC1801

Experiment-I: Diode clipping and clamping circuits.


Experiment-II: Common emitter amplifier-DC analysis, gain with and without emitter
resistance.
Experiment-III: Frequency response of CE amplifier.
Experiment-IV: CC and CB amplifier.
Experiment-V: Common source amplifier and frequency response.
Experiment-VI: Differential amplifier using BJT with resistive load.
Experiment-VII: Differential amplifier using MOSFET with active load.
Experiment-VIII: Feedback amplifier-gain and bandwidth analysis.
Experiment-IX: RC phase shift, wein bridge and LC oscillators
Experiment-X: Op-amp applications: Integrator, Differentiator etc..,

Course L T P
Year & Semester: Course Name: Probability and No. of
Code:
E1SS Stochastic Process Credits: 4 4 4 0
EC1301

UNIT-I: Algebra of Sets and Counting Methods , Introduction to uncertainty , Definitions of


Probability , Theorems in Probability , Baye’s Theorem and Its Applications.

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UNIT-II: Random Variables and their Distributions- Examples, Mathematical Expectation ,


Discrete Probability Distributions , Continuous Probability Distributions , Functions of
Random Variables, Correlation coefficient and Bivariate Normal Distribution.

UNIT-III: Moments and Moment Generating Functions, Cumulants, Conditional


Distribution Function, Cumulative Probability Distribution, Probability Density Function
Characteristic Function.

UNIT-IV: Order Statistics and Limit Theorems: Order Statistics, Convergence of Sequence
of Random Variables, Weak Law of Large Numbers, Strong Law of Large Numbers,Central
Limit Theorem.

UNIT-V: Stochastic Processes: Stationarity of Stochastic Processes, Auto correlation, Cross


correlation Functions and Ergodicity, Power Spectral Density Function, Linear Systems with
Random Inputs, Random walk and Telegraph signal process.

UNIT-VI: Special Stochastic Processes: Poisson Process, Gaussian Process, Processes


Depending on Stationary Gaussian Process, Markov chains

References/Text Books:
1. V.K.Kapoor and S.C.Gupta: Fundamentals of Mathematical Statistics, Sultan
Chand&Sons.
2. Sheldon Ross: A first course in probability, Pearson publications.
3. Athanasios Papoulis and S. Unnikrishnapillai: Probability, Random Variables and
stochastic process, Tata Mcgrawhill publications

Year & Lab Code: Lab Name: Network No. of L T P


Semester: EC 1902 Theory lab Credits: 2 0 0 2
E1SS
Experiment-I:Verification of superposition theorem.
Experiment-II:Verification of Thevenin’s Theorem & Maximum power transfer theorem
Experiment-III:Verification of reciprocity Theorem.
Experiment-IV: Study of Transient response of series RLC for different damping conditions
Experiment-V: Study of frequency response of series RLC circuit.
Experiment-VI: Design and verification of Low pass and High Pass Filter.
Experiment-VII: To calculate and verify 'Z' &Y parameters of two-port network.
Experiment-VIII: To calculate and verify 'ABCD & H' parameters of two-port network.
Experiment-IX: To determine equivalent Z-parameters of series connection of two-port
network.
Experiment-X: To determine equivalent Y-parameters of parallel connection of two-port
network
Experiment-XI To determine the ABCD parameters of the cascade connection of two-port
network.

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Year & Course Course Name: MATLAB No. of L T P


Semester: Code: Credits: 2 0 0 2
E1SS EC1901
Course Objectives: To aim at providing programming skills from basic level onwards using
MATLAB software and its usage for data acquisition, data analysis, graphical visualization,
numerical analysis, algorithm development, signal processing and many other applications.

Course outcomes: At the end of the course the students will be able to

1. Illustrate the direct connection between the theory and real-world applications
encountered in the typical engineering and technology programs.
2. Develop their own program to solve their own problem and use this program to solve
similar problems later on.

Develop simulink model of the given system

Syllabus

UNIT I: Basics MATLAB environment, Variables, Basic data types, Relational and Logic
operators, Conditional statements, Input and Output, Loops and branching.

UNIT II: Matrices Creating and Manipulating matrices, Matrix maths and Matrix functions,
Colon operator, Linspace, Cross product, Dot product, Logical functions, Logical indexing,
3-dimensional arrays, Cell arrays, Structures, Plotting: 2- D and 3-D plots: Basic plots,
subplots, Histograms, Bar graphs, Pie charts.

UNIT III: M-file scripts Creating, saving and running an M-file, Creating and running of a
function, Function definition line, H1 and help text lines, Function body, Subfunctions,
Nested functions, File I/O handling, M-file debugging.

UNIT IV: Simulink Introduction, Block diagram, Functions, Creating and working with
models, Defining and managing signals, Running a simulation, analyzing the results.

UNIT V: Applications Root finding, Data analysis, Statistical functions, Polynomials, Curve
fitting, Interpolation, Ordinary differential equations, Integration and differentiation,

Unit VI: Signal processing applications, Circuit analysis applications, Control system
applications.

References

1. D Hanselman and B Littlefield, Mastering Matlab 7, Pearson Education.


2. A Gilat, Matlab: An Introduction with Applications, John Wiley and Sons, 2004.
3. Y Kirani Singh and B BChaudhari, Matlab Programming, Prentice Hall of India, 2007
4. Steven T Karris, Introduction to Simulink with Engineering Applications, 2nd edition,
Orchard Publication, 2008.

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Video Lectures (Web Links):

(1) https://ocw.mit.edu/courses/mathematics/18-s997-introduction-to-matlab-programming-
fall-2011/index.htm&https://ocw.mit.edu/courses/electrical-engineering-and-computer-
science/6-094-introduction-to-matlab-january-iap-2010/index.htm

(2) https://in.mathworks.com/videos/getting-started-with-matlab-68985.html

(3) https://www.mathworks.com/examples/

(4) https://onlinecourses.nptel.ac.in/noc18_ge05/course

(5) https://www.coursera.org/learn/matlab

Course Course Name: L T P


Year & Semester: No. of
Code: Electromagnetic
E2S1 Credits: 4 2 2 0
EC2101 Engineering

UNIT-I: Coordinate systems and Transformation: Cartesian Coordinate System, Circular


cylindrical coordinates, spherical coordinates Vector Calculus: Differential Length, area,
Volume, Line, surface, Volume Integrals, Del Operator, Gradient of a scalar, Divergence of a
vector and Divergence theorem, Curl of a vector and Stokes Theorem, Laplacian of a Scalar.

UNIT-II: Electrostatic Fields: Coulomb’s law and Field Intensity, Electric Flux Density,
Gauss Law, Electric potential, Relationship Between E and V, an Electric Dipole and Flux
lines Energy Density in Electrostatic fields.

UNIT-III: Electric Fields in Material Space: Conductors, Polarization in Dielectrics,


Dielectric Constant and Strength, Linear, Isotropic and Homogeneous dielectrics,Continuty
equation and relaxation time, Boundary conditions, Poisson’s and Laplace equations.

UNIT-IV: Magnetostatic fields: Biotsavart’s law, Ampere’s circuit law, Magnetic flux
density, Magnetic scalar and Vector potentials, Derivation of Biotsavart’s law and Amperes
circuit law. Maxwell’s equations: Faradays law, Displacement current, Maxwell’s equations
in final forms.

UNIT-V: Electromagnetic Wave propagation: Waves in general, Wave propagation in


Lossy Dielectrics, Plane waves in lossy dielectrics, Plane waves in Free space, Plane waves
in good conductors, Power and Poynting vector, Reflection of a plane wave at Normal
incidence. Reflection of a plane wave at Oblique incidence.

UNIT-VI: Transmission Lines: Transmission Line parameters (Primary and


Secondary),Transmitter line equations, Input Impedance, SWR and Power. The smith Chart,
Some applications on Transmission Lines. Illustrative problems.

References/Text Books:
1. 1.Mathew N.O Sadiku, “Elements of Electromagnetics”, Oxford University press, 6th
edition, 2014
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2. William H.Hayt , John A.Buck , “Engineering Electromagnetics”, McGraw Hill 6th
edition.,2001
3. Edward C.Jordan,keithG.Balmain, “ Electromagnetic waves and radiating systems” , PHI
learning private limited,2nd edition.,1968
4. NannapaneniNarayanaRao , “Elements of Engineering Electromagnetics” ,Illinois ECE
series, 6th edition,2006

Video Lectures (Web Links):


1. http://nptel.ac.in/courses/115101005/
2. http://nptel.ac.in/courses/108104087/
3. http://nptel.ac.in/courses/117102061/

Course L T P
Year & Semester: Course Name: Analog No. of
Code:
E2S1 Communications Credits: 4 2 2 0
EC2102

UNIT-I: Introduction: Communication System, Analog and Digital Messages, Signal-to-


noise ratio, Channel Bandwidth and rate of communication, Modulation, Randomness,
Redundancy and Coding.

UNIT-II: Amplitude(Linear) Modulation: Baseband and Carrier communication,


Amplitude modulation: Double sideband, Amplitude Modulation(AM), Quadrature
Amplitude Modulation(QAM), Amplitude modulation: Single sideband, Amplitude
modulation: Vestigial sideband, Carrier Acquisition, Super hetero dyne AM Receiver,
Television.

UNIT-III: Angle (Exponential) Modulation: Concept of Instantaneous Frequency,


Bandwidth of Angle-Modulated Waves, Generation of FM Waves, Demodulation of FM,
Interference in Angle-Modulated Systems, FM receiver.

UNIT-IV: Introduction to theory of probability: Concept of Probability, Random


Variables, Statistical Averages(Means), Central Limit Theorem, Correlation, Linear Mean
Square Estimation. Illustrative problems.

UNIT-V: Random Processes: From Random Variable to Random Process, Power spectral
Density of a Random Process, Multiple Random Processes, Transmission of Random

Processes through Linear Systems, Bandpass Random Processes, Optimum Filtering: Wiener-
Hop Filter

UNIT-VI: Noise in Communications &Behavior of Analog Systems in the Presence of


noise: Thermal noise, Time domain representation of narrow band noise, filtered white noise,
Envelope of Narrowband white noise and sine wave, Signal to noise ratio & Probability of
error. Baseband Systems: Amplitude-Modulated Systems, Angle-Modulated Systems.

References/Text Books:
1. 1.B.P.Lathi,” Modern Digital and Analog Communication Systems,” Oxford Univ.Press,
3rd Edition 2006.

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2. Sham Shanmugam,” Digital and Analog Communication Systems,” Wiley India Edition,
2006.
3. simon haykin, “Communication Systems”, Wiley student Editon, 2013

Video Lectures (Web Links):


1. http://nptel.ac.in/courses/117102059/
2. http://www.nptelvideos.in/2012/11/communication-engineering.html
3. http://nptel.ac.in/courses/117106090/
4.https://ocw.mit.edu/courses/electrical-engineering-and-computer-science/6-450-principles-
of-digital-communications-i-fall-2006/video-lectures/
5. http://nptel.ac.in/courses/117106090/

Year & Semester: Course Code: Course Name: No. of Credits: L T P


E2S1 EC2103 VLSI 4 2 2 0

UNIT –I: Introduction Overview of VLSI Design flow, Application specific Integrated circuit
(ASIC) Design flow, Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) Design flow, Introduction to
State Machines, Mealy machines, Moore machines, Finite state machines.

UNIT-II: Digital Design using Verilog hardware description Language (HDL),Datapath


Design, Control Path Design, Digital Design using Verilog HDL – Gate level modelling,
Dataflow modelling and Behavioral modelling, Verilog Test Bench.

UNIT –III: Brief introduction to IC technology: MOS, PMOS, NMOS, CMOS, Bi-CMOS
technologies. Fabrication process flow: cleaning, oxidation, patterning, Mask Alignment,
Lithography-types, etching-types, annealing, different photo-resists.

UNIT- IV: Characterization Mechanical, Optical and Electrical, Interface electronics, wafer
bonding, Metallization, Encapsulation, Probe testing, Integrated resistors and capacitors.

UNIT -V: MOS and BiCMOS circuit design processes MOS Layers, Stick Diagrams, Design
Rules and Layout, 2µm CMOS design rules for wires, contact and Transistor Layout
diagrams or NMOS and CMOS inverters and gates, scaling of MOS circuits, Limitations of
scaling, Layout diagrams.

UNIT -VI: MOS Inverter circuits Voltage transfer characteristics of inverter, Noise margin
definitions, Resistive-Load Inverter Design, MOS Transistors as Load Devices, CMOS

Inverters, Pseudo-NMOS Inverters.

References/Text Books:
1. 1.Fundamentals of Digital Design using Verilog by Zvoko Vranesic
2. 2.Verilog HDL - A Guide to Digital Design and Synthesis- by Samir Palnitkar ,SunSoft
Press, 1996.
3. Basic VLSI Design by Douglas A.Pucknell and Kamran Eshraghian
4. 4.Microsystem Design by Stephen D. Senturia, Kluwer Academic Publishers
5. 5.Fundamentals of Microfabrication by Marc Madou, CRC Press
6. 6.Digital Systems Design with FPGAs and CPLDs by-Ian Grout-Elsevier-2008

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Video Lectures (Web Links):
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2.http://nptel.ac.in/courses/117105082/
3.http://nptel.ac.in/courses/106106088
4. http://www.asic-world.com

Course Course Name: L T P


Year & Semester: No. of Credits:
Code: Analog Electronics-
E2S1 4 2 2 0
EC2104 2

UNIT-I: Multistage Amplifiers: Cascading of amplifiers, some useful transistor cascading


(CD-CS, CC-CE, CC-CB, CD-CE), the cascode amplifier (MOS cascode and BJT cascode
amplifier analysis), Darlington configuration. Current mirror (source) circuits (MOSFET and
BJT basic current mirrors), Widlar and Wilson current mirrors. Amplifiers with active loads.

UNIT-II: Feedback Amplifiers: General feedback structure, properties of negative feedback,


four feedback topologies(Voltage series-Current shunt,Voltage series-Voltage series,Current
shunt-Current shunt,Current shunt voltage series), analysis of discrete circuits in each
feedback topologies.

UNIT-III: Oscillators& Its Applications: Conditions of Oscillators RC and LC type


Oscillators, RC phase shift, Wien Bridge, Hartley, Colpitts oscillators (single transistor and
op-amp configurations).Crystal Oscillators, Frequency and amplitude stability of Oscillators,
Illustrative design problems.

UNIT-IV: Waveform Shaping Circuits Multivibrators- Astable, Monostable and Bistable


Multivibrators, Schmitt trigger, square and triangular waveform generator. 555 Timer- 555
timer circuit, implementing Monostable and Astable MV using 555.Basic phase locked
Loop(PLL), Voltage controlled Oscillators(VCO), applications of PLL.

UNIT-V: Power Amplifiers: Classification series fed Class A power amplifier (transformer
less and transformer coupled),Push pull amplifier, Complimentary symmetry class B power
amplifier , class AB and class C circuits analysis and efficiency calculation. Class D power
amplifiers, Amplifier distortion

UNIT-VI: D/A and A/D Converters: DAC characteristics, DAC types- weighted resistor
and R-2R network. ADC characteristics, ADC types- dual slope, counter ramp, successive
approximation and flash-ADC. Illustrative Design Problems.

References/Text Books:
1. Sedra A. S. and K. C. Smith, Microelectronic Circuits, 5/e or 6/e, Oxford University
Press,2010
2. Boylestad R. L. and L. Nashelsky, Electronic Devices and Circuit Theory, 10/e or 11/e,
Pearson, 2009
3. Millman J. and C. Halkias, Integrated Electronics, 2/e, TMH, 2010.
4. Neamen D., Electronic Circuit Analysis and Design, 3/e, TMH, 2006
5. Spencer R. R. and M. S. Ghausi, Introduction to Electronic Circuit Design, Pearson, 2003.
Video Lectures (Web Links):

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Course Course Name: No. of L T P


Year &
Code: Advanced English & Credits:
Semester: E2S2 0 0 2
EN702 Communication Skills Lab-III 2

UNIT-I:Reading Skills Skimming & Scanning for Specific Information Reading for: Main
Ideas – Details – Inferences – Essential Information - Sentence Insertion – Vocabulary -
Rhetorical Purpose - Overall Ideas. Critical Reading - Rhetorical Functions (cause-effect,
compare-contrast and argumentation). Speed Reading

UNIT-II: Listening Skills Pre-Listening – While Listening – Post-Listening Exercises


Listening for Understanding Listening for Interaction Listening for Details Responding in
Personal & Professional Situations

UNIT-III:Initiative and Proactiveness Initiative: The Ability to Take Action Proactively


How to Be Proactive at Work: 5 Step System Predict – Prevent – Plan – Participate – Perform
Pros and Cons

UNIT-IV:Group Discussion Need and Importance, Types of GD, Dos and Don’ts
Communicating Views and Opinions, Providing Solutions

UNIT-V:Presentations Public Speaking Skills , Short Oral presentations without PPT ,


Business presentations with PPT
Preparation Presentation
Collection of Data Stage Dynamics
Organizing the Data Verbal, Non-verbal Skills
Template Making Attracting Audience
Fonts and Formats Asking & Responding Question

Lab Name: No. of L T P


Year & Semester: Lab Code:
Analog Credits:
E2S1 EC2702 0 0 2
Communications 2

Experiment-I: Designing of Butterworth filter


Experiment-II: Amplitude Modulation
Experiment-III: Amplitude Demodulation
Experiment-IV: DSBSC Modulation
Experiment-V: DSBSC Demodulation

Experiment-VI: SSBSC Modulation Demodulation


Experiment-VII :SSBSC Demodulation
Experiment-VIII :Frequency Modulation
Experiment-IX: Frequency Demodulation
Experiment-X: Pulse Amplitude modulation
Experiment-XI: Pulse width Modulation

Year & Course Code: Lab Name: No. of Credits: L T P


Semester: EC2704 Analog Electronics-2 2 0 0 2

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Experiment-I: Maximum power transfer theorem


Experiment-II: Transient response of series RLC
Experiment-III: Harmonic analysis of Half wave rectifier
Experiment-IV: Harmonic analysis of CE amplifier
Experiment-V:Two port network
Experiment-VI: Two stage RC coupled amplifier.
Experiment-VII: Cascode current mirror using BJT and MOSFET.
Experiment-VIII: Power amplifier.
Experiment-IX: HWR and FWR using op-amp.
Experiment-X: Astable and Monostable multivibrators and Schmitt trigger using op-amp.
Experiment-XI: Astable and Monostable multivibrators using 555 Timer.
Experiment-XII: Analog to digital and digital to analog converter.
Voltage controlled oscillator.

Year & Semester: Course Code: Lab Name: No. of Credits: L T P


E2S1 EC2703 VLSI 2 0 0 2

Experiment-I: VLSI Design flow and VLSI CAD tools


Experiment-II: Xilinx ISE Design Software and implementation of Digital designs using
Xilinx Schematics
Experiment-III: Combinational and sequential circuits using Gate-level modelling of
Verilog HDL
Experiment-IV: Combinational and sequential circuits using data flow modelling of Verilog
HDL
Experiment-V: Combinational and sequential circuits using behavioral modelling of Verilog
HDL
Experiment-VI: Finite State Machines using Verilog HDL
Experiment-VII: Realization of digital designs using FPGA
Experiment-VIII: Mentor Graphics tool : Physical design
Experiment-IX: Mentor Graphics tool : including layout
Experiment-X: ASIC level implementation using Mentor Graphics tool

Requirements:
1. Xilinx ISE Software with Modelsim simulation tool
2. FPGA boards
3. Mentor Graphics tool: HEP-1 and HEP-2 packages

Course Course Name: No. of L T P


Year & Semester:
Code: Digital Credits:
E2S2 2 2 0
EC2201 Communications 4

UNIT-I: Sampling: Impulse Sampling, Natural Sampling, Flat top sampling, Reconstruction
and Interpolation, Aliasing, Signal to Distortion Ratio, Pulse Amplitude Modulation, Time-
Division Multiplexing.

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UNIT-II: Pulse code modulation (PCM), Quantization, Design of uniform Quantizers, Signal
to Quantization Noise Ratio, Non uniform and Logarithmic Quantizers, Predictive Coding,
Differential Pulse Code Modulation, Delta Modulation.

UNIT-III: Line codes, Power Spectral Density for different line codes, Inter symbol
Interference, Nyquist criterion for distortion less baseband transmission, Minimum
bandwidth calculations, Nyquist pulse, and Raised cosine pulse

UNIT-IV: Signal space analysis, Vector transmitter, Vector receiver, Gram-Schmidt


Orthogonalization, Maximum likely hood detection, Correlation and Matched filter receiver,
Probability of error calculation, Union bond on probability of error.

UNIT-V: Bandpass Digital modulation techniques, BPSK, BFSK, BASK, M-array


modulation, Coherence detection, Non coherence detection, DPSK, Probability of error and
bandwidth calculations, Matlab simulations

UNIT-VI: Information theory: Entropy, Source coding theorem, Huffman coding, Discrete
Memoriless Channels, Mutual information, Channel coding theorem, Differential entropy,
channel capacity.

References/Text Books:
1. Simon Haykin, Digital Communications, Wiley India Edition, 2008
2. Proakis, Digital Communications, Fourth Edition, McGrawHill, 2000
Video Reference links:

Details
Expert
Title of Web link
Name
Expert
Nptel Video Lecture Prof. IIT
series on “Digital Surendra Delhi http://www.nptel.ac.in/courses/108102096/
communications” Prasad

Text Reference links:

Details of
Title Expert Name Web link
Expert
Prof. Saswat
Nptel Web series
Chakrabarti IIT
on “Digital http://www.nptel.ac.in/courses/117105077/
Prof. R.V. Kharagpur
Communications”
Rajakumar

Year & Semester: Course Course Name: Micro Processors No. of L T P


E2S2 Code: and Micro Controllers Credits: 2 2 0
EC2202 4
Unit-I: Introduction to Microprocessors Introduction and evolution of microprocessors,
Architecture of 8085 Processor, pin configuration of 8085, bus organization, and basic
instruction sets. Architecture of 8086 microprocessor, special functions of general purpose

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registers,8086 flag register and function of 8086 flags, pin diagram of 8086,minimum and
maximum mode of 8086 configuration and timing diagrams.

Unit-II: Instruction set and assembly language programming of 8086Instruction formats.


Addressing modes of 8086, Instruction sets of 8086- Data transfer instructions, arithmetic
instructions, logical instructions, flag manipulation instructions, control transfer instructions,
shift / rotate, string instructions, Assembly directives, Macros, Simple programs involving
logical, branch and call instructions using assembler.

Unit-III: Peripheral devices and interfacing with 8086Memory interfacing to 8086(static


RAM and EPROM), Need for DMA, DMA data transfer method, interfacing with 8237/8257.
8255 PPI-various modes of operation and interfacing to 8086, interfacing keyboard and
display controller- 8279, stepper motor and actuators. D/A and A/D converter interfacing,
interrupt structure of 8086, Vector interrupt table. Interrupt service routines. 8259 PIC
architecture and interfacing cascading of interrupt controller and its importance interfacing
with key boards, LEDs, LCDs, ADCs, and DACs.

Unit-IV: Introduction to Microcontrollers Overview of Intel 8051 microcontroller,


architecture, memory organization, flags, stack, and special function registers, I/O, ports -
connecting external memory, counters and timers, serial data I/O, Interrupts. Addressing
modes of 8051, Microcontroller instructions - moving data, logical operations, arithmetic
operations, jump and call instructions –subroutines - Interrupts and returns. Assembly
Language Programming.

Unit-V:Interfacing and Industrial applications of 8051Programming Timer interrupts,


programming external hardware interrupts, Programming the serial communication
interrupts, Programming 8051 timers and counters. Applications of Microcontrollers,
Interfacing 8051 to LED’s, Push button, Relay’s, interfacing seven segment display, ADC
and DAC interfacing, Waveform generation, Stepper motor control

Unit-VI: ARM Architecture and Development toolsARM Architecture, ARM Instruction


sets,thumb instruction set, thumb instruction format. Introduction to micro controller
development tools, Serial peripheral interface I2 C Bus, ADC, UART – Stepper Motor
Control - DC Motor Control.

References/Text Books:
1. Douglas V. Hall, “Microprocessors and Interfacing”, Mc-Graw Hill, 2nd Edition.
2. Muhammad Ali Mazidi, Janice GillispieMazidi, Rolin D. McKinlay , “The 8051
Microcontroller and Embedded systems”, PEARSON, 2nd Edition, 2006.
3. Rajkamal, “Microcontrollers – Architecture, Programming, Interfacing and system design”,
Pearson Education India, 2011.
4. Microprocessors & Controllers, N.Senthil Kumar, Oxford University press 2010.
5. Advanced microprocessor and Peripherals - A.K.Ray and K.M.Bhurchandi, Tata Mc Hill,
2000.
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Lecture Plan: Unit-I & -II syllabus for MID-I, Unit-III & -IV syllabus for MID-II and Unit-
V &-VI syllabus for MID-III examinations.

Video Lectures (Web Links):


1. http://www.nptel.ac.in/courses/Webcourse-contents/IISc-
BANG/Microprocessors%20and%20Microcontrollers/New_index1.
2. http://nptel.ac.in/courses/Webcourse-contents/IIT-
KANPUR/microcontrollers/micro/ui/Course_home1_1.htm
3.https://www.edx.org/course/embedded-systems-shape-world-utaustinx-ut-6-03x#!
4.http://freevideolectures.com/Course/3018/Microprocessors-and-Microcontrollers

Year & Semester: Course Course Name: Linear No. of Credits: L T P


E2SS Code: Control Systems 4 2 2 0
EC2203
UNIT – I: Introduction to classical control systems: Open loop and closed loop control
systems-and their differences, Examples of control systems, Transfer functions- Block
diagrams and their reduction - Signal flow graphs –Reduction using Mason’s gain formula.

UNIT – II: Mathematical modeling of physical systems: Mathematical modeling and


transfer functions of electrical, mechanical and electro-mechanical elements. - DC servo
motors- two-phase a.c. servo motors – synchro transmitter and receiver.

UNIT – III: Time domain analysis: Standard test signals, step response of first and second
order systems – Time response specifications – steady state error – static error and
generalized error coefficients – response with proportional, derivative and integral
controllers. Design of P, P, PI and PID controllers.

UNIT – IV: Stability of control systems:Theconceptof stability–Routh’s Stability criterion,


Stability and conditional stability, Limitations of Routh’s Stability. The root locus concept-
Construction of root loci, Effects of adding poles and zeros to G(s)H(s) on the root loci.

UNIT – V: Frequency domain analysis: Introduction - Polar plots - Bode plots - Nyquist
stability criterion – Gain margin and Phase margin Need for compensators - Lag and lead
compensators design in frequency domain.

Unit VI: State space Analysis of Continuous time Systems:

Concepts of State, state variables and state model, derivation of state models from block
diagrams, Diagonalization solving the time invariant state equations—state transition matrix
and its properties- Concepts of controllability and observability.

References/Text Books:

1. “Control system Engg” : I.J.Nagrath and M.Gopal, 5 th edition ,New Age International
(P) Limited Publishers ,2007

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2. “Control system Engineering” by Norman S. Nise, 5 thedition ,Wiley India, 2000.
3. “Automatic Control systems”- by B.C.Kuo 8 thedition ,2003 John Wiley and Sons.
4. “Modern Control Engineering”: by K.Ogata, 5 thedition , Prentice Hall of India
Pvt.Ltd.,2010. .

Video Lectures (Web Links):


1. http://nptel.ac.in/courses/108102043/
2. http://nptel.ac.in/courses/108101037/
3.http://nptel.ac.in/courses/108102044/
4. http://nptel.ac.in/courses/108101037/

Year & Course Course Name: No. of L T P


Semester: Code: Digital Signal Credits:
2 2 0
E2S2 EC2204 Processing(DSP) 4

UNIT-I:Introduction: Characterization and classification of signals, Basic elements of


(DSP), advantages of DSP over Analog Signal Processing, The Concept of Frequency in
Continuous‐Time and Discrete‐Time Signals, Digital Signal Processing, Discrete Signal
Processing: Periodic sampling, Sampling theorem: Pre‐ filtering to avoid aliasing, Frequency
domain representation of sampling, Reconstruction of a band limited signal from its samples,
Sampling of bandpass signals, Discrete‐ time processing of Continuous time signals

UNIT‐‐II: Discrete time Signals intime domain: Time domain representation of discrete
time signals, Basic Operations on sequences including Sampling rate alteration, Classification
of sequences Discrete Time Systems(DTS) intime domain: Classification of Discrete‐time
systems, Time domain characterization of LTI DTS: Convolution sum, Impulse & Step
Responses, Simple Interconnection schemes, Linear Constant Coefficient Difference
Equations (of Finite‐ dimensional LTI DTS), Classification of LTI DTS: FIR & IIR,
Recursive, & Non‐recursive.

UNIT‐‐III: Discrete Time Fourier transform(DTFT): Representation of sequences by


DTFT, Symmetry properties of the DTFT, DTFT theorems, Frequency domain
characterizations of LTI Discrete time systems Discrete Fourier transform(DFT): The
Fourier transform of periodic signals, Sampling the Fourier transform, The DFT and its
properties, Circular and linear convolution using the DFT.

UNIT‐‐IV: Fast Fourier Transform: Efficient computation of the DFT, Goertzel algorithm,
Decimation in‐Time FFT algorithm, Decimation‐in‐Frequency FFT algorithm
Z‐‐Transforms: Rational Z‐Transforms, Region of convergence of the ZT, and its properties,
the inverse Z‐ Transform, The Transfer Function and Frequency response from Transfer
function

UNIT‐‐V: IIR Digital Filters: Analog filter approximations: Butterworth and Chebyshev
Filters, Design of Digital IIR filters from Analog filters: Impulse Invariant Transformation &
Bilinear Transformation, Analog and Digital frequency transformations FIR Digital Filters:
Characteristics and frequency response of FIR Digital Filters, Design of FIR Digital Filters:
Windowing method, Frequency sampling method.

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UNIT‐‐VI: Digital Filter Structures: Block diagram representation: basic building blocks,
analysis of block diagrams, Basic FIR digital filter structures: Direct Form structures,
Cascade form structures, polyphaserealization, Basic IIR digital filter structures: Direct Form
structures, Cascade Realizations, Parallel Realizations, FIR & IIR Cascaded lattice structures

References/Text Books:
1. Sanjit K Mitra, “Digital signal processing: A computer base approach”, 4thedition, Tata
McGraw Hill, 2013
2. John G. Proakis, DimitrisG.Manolakis, “Digital Signal Processing, Principles, Algorithms,
and Applications”, 4th edition, Pearson Education / PHI, 2007

3. A.V.Oppenheim and R.W. Schaffer,“Discrete Time Signal Processing”, 3rd


4. edition,Pearson Education/PHI,2014.
5. B P Lathi, Roger Green, “Essentials of Digital Signal Processing”, Cambridge University
Press, 2014
6. Andreas Antoniou, “Digital Signal Processing”, TATA McGraw Hill, 2006
7. A Anand Kumar, “Digital Signal Processing”, 2nd edition, Pearson Education / PHI, 2015
8. Ashok Ambardar, “Digital Signal Processing: A Modern Introduction”, 1st edition,
Cengage Learning, 2007.

Video Lectures (Web Links):


1. https://ocw.mit.edu/resources/res-6-008-digital-signal-processing-spring-2011/index.htm
2. http://nptel.ac.in/courses/117102060/
3.http://nptel.ac.in/courses/117102060/
4. http://nptel.ac.in/courses/117104070/

Year & Course Course Name: No. of L T P


Semester: Code: Advanced English & Communication Credits:
0 0 2
E2S2 EN802 Skills Lab-IV 2

UNIT-I:Introduction to Communication: Need for Effective Communication Levels of


communication, Flow of communication – Inter & Intra Personal Communication, Use of
language in communication,Barriers to Communication: Miscommunication – Noise
Measures to Overcome

UNIT-II: Communication beyond Words…, Understanding and Interpreting Body


Language, Forms of non-verbal communication, Interpreting body-language cues: Kinesics
Proxemics – Chronemics, Effective use of body language

UNIT-III:Job Application (Cover Letter & Resume Writing) Cover letter, Differences –
bio-data / CV/ Resume. Structure, Format and Style, Planning Career Objective, Cover Letter

UNIT-IV:Interview Skills Importance, Types of Interviews, Pre-interview Planning,


Ensuring success in job interviews, Appropriate use of non-verbal communication,
Answering Strategies

UNIT-V:Technical Report Writing

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Difference between Technical and Literary Styles, Subject Matter, Organization, Clarity,
Coherence and Elements of Style, Data – Collection, Tools, Analysis

Resources:
1. Lab Manual Prepared by the Faculty, Dept. of English, RGUKT, R.K.Valley.
2. Phonetics for Indian Students by T Balasubramanian
3. Personality Development and Soft Skills by Barun Mitra
4. English Grammar by Wren & Martin
5. Practical English Usage by Michael Swan
6. Technical Communication: Principles and Practice by Meenakshi Raman and Sangeeta
Sharma: Oxford University Press
7. Technical English by Dr. M. Sambaiah

8. Communication Skills by Meenakshi Raman and Sangeeta Sharma: Oxford


University Press
9. Effective English Communication by Krishna Mohan and Meenakshi Raman
10. A Course in Listening and Speaking Book I & II by G. Rajgopal
11. Corporate English & Personality Dynamics by Sunil Ranjan
12. Technical Writing made easier by Bernhard Spuida

Hyperlinks:
1. Better Spoken English – NPTEL Course – http://nptel.ac.in/courses/109106067
2. Communication Skills – NPTEL Course – http://nptel.in/courses/109104031
3. Computer Assisted Language Learning. CALL – www.monografias.com
4. Online Material - http://www.mindtools.com/page8.html
5. Online Dictionary – www.thefreedictionary.com
6. Online Material - http://techpreparation.com/softskills.htm
7. Online Material - http://www.eatyourcareer.com/2010/08/how-be-proactive-at-work-step-
system/
8. British English pronunciation courses and materials by CELTA/IPA teachers in London -
http://thesoundofenglish.org/blog/

Course Lab Name: No. of L T P


Year & Semester:
Code: Micro Processors and Micro Credits:
E2S2 0 0 2
EC2802 Controllers 2

Experiment-I:
8086 Programming
1. Arithmetic operations
a) Addition

b) Subtraction
c) Multiplication
d) Division
2.
a) String manipulation – Search a word
b) String Manipulation – Find and replace a Word

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c) String Manipulation – Copy a string
d) String Manipulation – Sorting

Experiment-II:
Interfacing with 8086
3. Interface 7 segment display with 8086 using 8255.
4. Interface 8279 Keyboard/Display IC with 8086.
5. Generate square wave and saw tooth waveforms by using 8086.
6. Interface ADC and DAC to 8086.
7. Interfacing and programming of stepper motor and DCMotor speed control using 8086.
8051 programming
8. Basic programs
a) Code conversions
b) 16 bit addition and subtraction
c) 8 bit multiplication
Interfacing with 8051
9. Interface 7- segment display card with 8051 using 8255
10. Interfacing 8279 Keyboard/Display IC with 8051
11. Interface ADC and DAC with 8051.
12. Serial Communication using Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI) with 8051.
13. Generate square wave and saw tooth waveforms by using 8051.
14. Interfacing and programming of stepper motor and DCMotor speed control using 8051
15. Traffic light controller interface with 8051 (Application)

Year & No. of L T P


Course Code: Lab Name:
Semester: Credits:
EC2801 Digital Communications 0 0 2
E2S2 2

Experiment-I: Sampling theorem verification


Experiment-II: Pulse Width Modulation (PWM)
Experiment-III: Pulse Position Modulation (PPM)
Experiment-IV: Delta Modulation
Experiment-V: Pulse Code Modulation (PCM)
Experiment-VI: Amplitude Shift Keying (ASK)
Experiment-VII: Frequency Shift Keying (FSK)
Experiment-VIII: Phase Shift Keying (PSK)

1. http://nptel.ac.in/courses/Webcourse-contents/IIT-
KANPUR/microcontrollers/micro/ui/Course_home1_1.htm
2. 3.https://www.edx.org/course/embedded-systems-shape-world-utaustinx-ut-6-03x#!
3. 4.http://freevideolectures.com/Course/3018/Microprocessors-and-Microcontrollers

Course Lab Name: No. of L T P


Year & Semester:
Code: Digital Signal Credits:
E2S2 0 0 2
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PART-A: Experiments using MATLAB
1. Generation of various Continuous-time and discrete-time signals
2. Study of various basic operations on discrete time signals (both on dependent &
independent variables)
3. To perform up sampling and down sampling of the given sequence
4. To do the linear convolution and the circular convolution of two given sequences
5. Computation of N-point DFT of a given sequence and to plot magnitude and phase
spectrum.
6. To find the impulse response and frequency response of first and second order systems
7. Design and implementation of IIR filters to meet the given specifications.
8. Design and Implementation of FIR filter to meet the given specifications using windowing
technique.
PART-B: Experiments using DSP Processor
1. To perform the linear convolution and circular convolution of the two given discrete

sequences
2. To implement the FIR filters that meet the given specifications
3. To implement the IIR filters that meet the given specifications
4. To analyse the real time audio signal and extarct various features
5. To analyse an image and extarct various features

References/Text Books:
1. Sanjit K Mitra, “Digital signal processing: A computer base approach”, 4th edition, Tata
McGraw Hill, 2013
2. Vinay K Ingle, John G proakis, “Digital Signal Processing Using MATLAB®: A Problem
Solving Companion”, 4th edition, Cengage Learning, 2016.
3. Code composer studio tutorial available at www.ti.com/lit/ug/spru301c/spru301c.pdf
4. RulphChassaing, “Digital Signal Processing and Applications with the C6713 and C6416
DSK”, John Wiely& Sons Publications, 2005

Course Course Name: L T P


Year & Semester: No. of
Code: Object Oriented
E2SS Credits: 4 4 4 0
CS2101 programming

UNIT-I: Introduction: OO Programming, Introduction to java, Key features, Fundamentals


of Objects and Classes, Access Specifiers, data types, dynamic initialization, scope and life
time, operators, Conditional Statements, control structures, arrays, type conversion and
casting. Strings: Exploring the String class, String buffer class, Command-line arguments.
Library: String-Tokenizer, Random class, Wrapper classes

UNIT-II: Classes and Objects : Concepts, methods, constructors, usage of static, access
control, this key word, garbage collection, overloading, parameter passing mechanisms,
nested classes and inner classes.

UNIT-III: OOPS Concepts: Basic concepts, Inheritance, usageof super key word, method
overriding, final methods and classes, abstract classes, Polymorphism: dynamic method
dispatch, Staticmethod dispatch. Interfaces: Differences between classes and interfaces,
defining an interface, implementing interface, variables ininterface and extending interfaces.

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Encapsulation; Abstraction. Creating User defined Data Structures: Array of Objects,
Userdefined Linked List

UNIT-IV: FileHandling: Streams, File class, File streams. FileReader, FileWriter, Buffered
Reader, Buffered Writer, String Tokenizer. .
Exception Handling: Concepts of Exception handling, types of exceptions, usage of try,
catch, throw, throws and finally keywords, Built-in exceptions, creating own exception sub
classes.

UNIT-V: Packages: Creating a Package, setting CLASSPATH, Access control protection,


importing packages. Multithreading :Concepts of Multithreading, differences between
process and thread, thread life cycle, Thread class, Runnable interface, creatingmultiple
threads, Synchronization, thread priorities, inter thread communication, daemon threads,
deadlocks, thread groups.

UNIT VI: Event Handling: Events, Event sources, Event classes, Event Listeners,
Delegation event model, handling events. AWT:AWT Components, windows, canvas, panel,
File Dialog boxes, Layout Managers, Event handling model of AWT, Adapter classes,Menu,
Menu bar. Swing-I – swings introduction, JFrame, JPanel and JComponent, Icons and Labels,
text fields, buttons – TheJButton class, Check boxes, Radio buttons. Combo boxes, Tabbed
Panes, Scroll Panes, Trees, and Tables

Course outcomes:
• Able to understand the basic concepts and identify class, object, methods and implement
basic programs in java.
• Able to learn various object oriented programming concepts such as Encapsulation,
Abstraction, Polymorphism, Inheritance etc.
• To be able to discuss different data structures to represent real world problems
• To acquire the concepts of Graphical User Interfaces and design and develop programs
with Graphical User Interfaces capabilities
• To be able to design various ways of algorithms to solve the problems.
• To explain the principles of the object oriented programming paradigm specifically
including abstraction, encapsulation, inheritance and polymorphism
• Able to handle exceptions and implement interfaces and develop applets.

Text Books:
1. Allen B. Downey, Think Java; How to Think Like a Computer Scientist,
2. David J. Eck, Hobart and William Smith Colleges, Introduction to Programming Using
Java
3. Herbert Schildt, Java The Complete Reference, 9th Edition.

Course Course Name: L T P


Year & Semester: No. of
Code: RF and Microwave
E2SS Credits: 4 2 2 0
EC2301 Engineering

UNIT-I: Introduction to Microwaves: Microwave spectrum and bands, Microwave devices


Microwave systems, Microwave UNITs of measure ,Applications of Microwaves. Electron
motion in electric field, Electron motion in Magnetic field, Electron motion in
Electromagnetic field.

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UNIT-II: Transmission Lines & Microwave Measurements Transmission line equations &
solutions, Reflection and Transmission Coefficient, Standing Wave and Standing Wave Ratio,
Line Impedance and Admittance, Impedance Matching, Stub Line, Application of Smith
Chart in solving Transmission Line problems.

UNIT-III: Introduction to Waveguides Introduction, Different modes in Wave Guide


(TE,TM,TEM), S Matrix and its applications in analysing microwave components. Losses
associated with Microwave transmission.Co axial line,Circular wave
guide,planarwaveguide,rectangular wave guide,Co-axial Connectors.

UNIT-IV: Wave guide Junctions Wave-guide Tee: E-plane, H-Plane, Magic Tee; Wave-
Guide Corners, Bends and Twists, Directional Couplers (Two & Multi hole), Ferrite evices:
Gyrator, Isolators and Circulators; S Matrix derivation for all components. Microwave

resonators, Microwave attenuators.

UNIT-V: Microwave Tubes and Circuits Limitations of conventional tubes at UHF


&Microwave, Klystrons (2 cavity), Velocity modulation, Apple Gate diagram, Multicavity
Klystron, Reflex Klystron, Traveling Wave Tube, Magnetron.

UNIT VI: Semiconductor Microwave Devices and Circuits: Classification, applications


Transfer Electronic Devices, Gunn diode principles, Ridely-Watkins-Hilsun (RWH) Theory,
characteristics, Basic modes of operation-Gunn oscillation modes,Varactor diode, parametric
amplifier, Introduction to Avalanche transit time devices.

References/Text Books:
1. 1.M.kulkarni, ”Microwave and Radar Engineering”,Umesh publications,3rd edition, 2003
2. David. M. Pozar , “ microwave Engineering”, John Wiley and sons, 3rd edition,2005
3. SamuelY.Liao, “ Microwave circuits and Devices”, Pearson Prentice hall,3rd edition, 2003
4. DevendraK.Mishra, “ Radio frequency and Microwave Communication circuits”, John
wiley and sons,2nd edition,2004

Video Lectures (Web Links):


1.http://nptel.ac.in/courses/117105122/
2. http://nptel.ac.in/courses/117105130/

Course Lab Name: No. of L T P


Year & Semester:
Code: RF and Microwave Credits:
E2SS 0 0 4
EC2901 Engineering Lab 2

Experiment I: Familiarization with wave guide components and usage of VSWR meter,
slotted line, etc.
Experiment II: Measurement of guide wavelength and determination of frequency.
Experiment III: Measurement of detector constant ɣ.
Experiment IV: Measurement of directional coupler such as coupling, directivity, etc.
Experiment V: Measurement of radiation characteristics of horn antenna such as radiation
patterns and gain.

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Experiment VI: Gunn oscillator measurements such as power versus frequency, I-V
characteristics.
Experiment VII:Klystron characteristics measurement.
Experiment VIII: Impedance measurement and single stub design.
Experiment IX: Measurement of S-parameters of waveguide T-junction.
Experiment X: Measurement of dielectric constant of a sample.

Course Course Name: No. of L T P


Year & Semester:
Code: Digital Image Credits:
E3S1 2 2 0
EC3501 Processing 4

UNIT-I: Digital Image Fundamentals: Introduction to Digital image processing, Elements


of visual perception, Light and the Electromagnetic Spectrum, Image sensing and
Acquisition, Image sampling and quantization, Some basic relationships between pixels, An
introduction to Mathematical tools used in Digital Image processing.

UNIT-II: Intensity Transformations and Spacial Filtering: Some basic Intensity


Transformation functions, Histogram processing, Fundamentals of Spacial Filtering,
Smoothing Spacial filters, Sharpening special Filters, Combining special Enhancement
methods, Using Fuzzy techniques for Intensity Transformations and Spacial Filtering.

UNIT-III: Filtering in the Frequency Domain: Sampling and the Fourier transform of
Sampled functions, DFT of one variable, Extension to functions of two variable, Some
properties of the 2D DFT, Basics of filtering in Frequency domain, Image smoothing, Image
sharpening, Selective filtering.

UNIT-IV: Image restoration and reconstruction: A Model of the Image


Degradation/Restoration process, Noise Models, Restoration in the presence of Noise only-
Spacial Filtering, Periodic Noise reduction by Frequency domain Filtering, Linear position
invariant Degradations, Inverse filtering, MMSE Filtering, Constrained least squares filtering,
Image reconstruction from projections.

UNIT-V: Color Image processing &Wavelets and Multiresolution Processing:Color


Fundamentals,Color Models, Pseudocolor Image processing, Basics of full color Image
processing, Smoothing and sharpening, Image segmentation, Noise in Color images,Color
image compression, Multiresolution Expansions, Wavelet Transforms in one Dimension, The
Fast Wavelet Transform, Wavelet Transforms in Two Dimension, Wavelet Packets.

UNIT-VI: Morphological Image processing & Image Segmentation: Some basic


Compression methods, Digital Image Watermarking. Erosion and Dilation, Opening and
closing, The Hit or Miss Transformation, Some Basic Morphological Algorithms, Gray-scale
Morphology, Point Line and Edge Detection, Thresholding, Region based segmentation,
Segmentation using Morphological watersheds, The use of motion in segmentation.

References/Text Books:
1. Rafael C. Gonzalez,” Digital Image Processing”, Pearson Education India, Third edition
2009
2. 2William K.Pratt, “Digital Image Processing”, Wiley, Fourth edition

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Year & Semester: Course Code: Course Name: No. of Credits: L T P
E3S1 EC3502 TV Engineering 4 2 2 0

UNIT-I: INTRODUCTION: TV transmitter and receivers, synchronization. Television


Pictures: Geometric form and aspect ratio, image continuity, interlaced scanning, picture
resolution, Composite video signal: Horizontal and vertical sync, scanning sequence. Colour
signal generation and Encoding: Perception of brightness and colours, additive colour
mixing, video signals for colours, luminance signal, colour difference signals, encoding of
colour difference signals, formation of chrominance signals, PAL encoder.TV SIGNAL
TRANSMISSION AND PROPAGATION : Picture signal transmission, positive and
negative modulation, VSB transmission, sound signal transmission, standard channel BW,
TV transmitter, TV signal propagation, interference, TV broadcast channels, TV transmission
Antennas.

UNIT-II: TV CAMERAS: Camera tube types, Vidicon, Silicon Diode Array Vidicon,

Monochrome TV camera, color camera. CCD Image Sensors.PICTURE TUBES:


Monochromatic Picture tube, Electrostatic focussing, Beam deflection, picture tube
characteristics and specifications, colour picture tubes. TV Standards: American 525 line
B&W TV system, NTSC colour system, 625-line monochrome system,b PAL colour system,
TV standards.

UNIT-III: MONOCHROME TV RECEIVER: RF tuner, IF subsystem, video amplifier,


sound section, sync separation and processing, deflection circuits, scanning circuits. PAL-D
Colour Receiver: Electron tuners, IF subsystem, Y-signal channel, Chroma decoder,
Separation of U & V Colour Phasors, synchronous demodulators, Subcarrier generation,
raster circuits.

UNIT-IV: VISION IF SUBSYSTEM: AGC, noise cancellation, video and intercarrier


sound signal detection, vision IF subsystem of Black and White receivers, Colour receiver IF
subsystem. Receiver sound system: FM detection, FM Sound detectors, typical applications.
TV Receiver Tuners: Tuner operation, VHF and UHF tuners, digital tuning techniques,
remote control of receiver functions.

UNIT-V: COLOUR SIGNAL DECODING : PAL – D decoder, chroma signal amplifiers,


separation of U and V signals, Color burst separation, Burst phase discriminator, ACC
amplifier, Reference oscillator, Indent and colour killer circuits, RO phase shift and 180o
PAL–SWITCH circuitry, U & V demodulators, Colour signal mixing.

UNIT-VI: SYNC SEPARATION, AFC AND DEFLECTION OSCILLATORS :


Synchronous separation, k noise in sync pulses, separation of frame and line sync pulses.
AFC, single ended AFC circuit. Deflection Oscillators, deflection drive Ics. Receiver
Antennas. DIGITAL TV Digital Satellite TV, Direct to Home Satellite TV, Digital TV
Receiver, Digital Terrestrial TV.

References/Text Books:
1. Modern Television Practice – Principles, Technology and Service – R.R. Gulati, New Age
International Publication, 2002.
2. Monochrome and Colour TV – R.R. Gulati, New Age International Publication, 2002.

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3. Colour Television Theory and Practice – S.P. Bali, TMH, 1994.
4. Television and Video Engineering - A.M. Dhake, 2nd Edition.
5. Basic Television and Video Systems – B. Grob and C.E. Herndon, McGraw Hill, 1999

Year & Course Course Name: L T P


No. of
Semester: Code: Telecommunication Switching
Credits: 4 2 2 0
E3S1 EC3503 and Networks

UNIT-I: Switching Systems: Evolution of Telecommunications; Basics of a Switching


System; Functions of a Switching System; Crossbar Switching-Principle of Crossbar
Switching; Crossbar Switch Configurations; Cross-Point Technology; Crossbar Exchange
Organization; A General Trunking; Electronic Switching; Digital Switching Systems.
Telecommunications Traffic: Introduction; The UNIT of Traffic; Congestion; Traffic
Measurement; A Mathematical Model; Lost-Call Systems-Theory; Traffic Performance; Loss
Systems in Tandem; Use of Traffic Tables; Queuing Systems-The Second Erlang

Distribution; Probability of Delay; Finite Queue Capacity; Some Other Useful Results;
Systems with a Single Server; Queues in Tandem; Delay Tables; Applications of Delay
Formula.

UNIT-II: Switching Networks: Single Stage Networks; Gradings-Principle; Two Stage


Networks; Three Stage Networks; Four Stage NetworksTime Division Switching: Basic
Time Division Space Switching; Basic Time Division Time Switching; Time Multiplexed
Space Switching; Time Multiplexed Time Switching; Combination Switching; Three Stage
Combination Switching. Control of Switching Systems: Call Processing Functions-Sequence
of Operations; Signal Exchanges; State Transition Diagrams; Common Control; Reliability;
Availability and Security; Stored Program Control.

UNIT-III: Signaling: Introduction; Customer Line Signaling; Audio Frequency Junctions


and Trunk Circuits; FDM Carrier Systems-Outband Signaling; inband (VF) Signaling; PCM
Signaling; Inter Register Signaling;_Common Channel Signaling Principles-General
Signaling Networks; CCI I I Signaling System Number 6; CCI i I Signaling System Number
7; The High Level Data Link Control Protocol; Signal UNITs; The Signaling Information
Field.

UNIT-IV: Packet Switching: Introduction; Statistical Multiplexing; Local Area And Wide
Area Networks-Bus Networks; Ring Networks; Comparison of Bus and Ring Networks;
Optical Fiber Networks; Large Scale Networks-General; Datagrams and Virtual Circuits;
Routing; Flow Control; Standards; Frame Relay; Broadband Networks-General; The
Asynchronous Transfer Mode; ATM Switches.

UNIT-V: Networks: Introduction; Analog Networks; Integrated Digital Networks;


Integrated Services Digital Networks; Cellular Radio Networks; Intelligent Networks; Private
Networks; Charging; Routing — General, Automatic Alternative Routing.

UNIT-VI: Traffic Analysis Traffic Characterization: Arrival Distributions and Holding Time
Distributions, Loss Systems: Lost Call Cleared, Lost Call Delayed, and Lost Call Returning
Systems. Network Blocking Probabilities, Overflow Traffic, Exponential Service Times,
Constant Service Times, Finite Queues, and Tandem Queues.

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TEXT BOOKS
1. J. E Flood, “Telecommunications Switching and Traffic Networks,” Pearson Education,
2006.
2. Tyagarajan Viswanathan, “Telecommunications Switching Systems and Networks,”
Prentice Hall of India Pvt. Ltd., 2006.

REFERENCE BOOKS
1. John C Bellamy, “Digital Telephony,N John Wiley International Student Edition,3rd
Edition, 2000.
2. Behrouz A. Forouzan, “Data Communications and Networking,” TMH, 2nd Edition, 2002.
3. Tomasi,” Introduction to Data Communication and Networking,” Pearson Education, 1 st
Edition, 2007.

Course Course Name: No. of L T P


Year &
Code: An Introduction to Electronics Credits:
Semester: E3S1 2 2 0
EC3504 Systems Packaging 4

UNIT-I: Electronic system packaging Introduction, history of semiconductors, Packaging


aspects of handheld products; Case studies in applications, Wafer fabrication, inspection and
testing, Wafer packaging, Packaging evolution; Chip connection choices, Wire bonding, TAB
and flip chip.

UNIT-II: Semiconductor packages Introduction, Why packaging? Single chip packages or


modules (SCM), Commonly used packages and advanced packages; Materials in packages,
Advances packages (continued); Thermal mismatch in packages; Current trends in packaging,
Multichip modules (MCM)-types; System in package (SIP);Packaging roadmaps; Hybrid
circuits.

UNIT-III: Electrical Design considerations in systems packaging and CAD for printed
wiring boards Electrical Issues- Resistive Parasitic, Capacitive and Inductive Parasitic,
Layout guidelines and the Reflection problem, Interconnection. Introduction to DFM, DFR &
DFT, Components of a CAD package and its highlights, Design Flow considerations,
Beginning a circuit design with schematic work and component layout, examples of layout
and routing; Technology file generation from CAD; DFM check list and design rules; Design
for Reliability

UNIT-IV: Printed Wiring Board Technologies: Board level packaging aspects Review of
CAD output files for PCB fabrication; Photo plotting and mask generation, Process flow-
chart, PWB substrates, Substrates continued, Video highlights; Surface preparation, Photo
resist and application methods, UV exposure and developing, printing technologies for PWBs
PWB etching; Resist stripping, Screen-printing technology, Through-hole manufacture
process steps; Panel and pattern plating methods, Video highlights on manufacturing, Solder
mask for PWBs; Multilayer PWBs; Introduction to microvias, Microvia technology and
Sequential build-up technology process flow for high-density interconnects, Conventional Vs
HDI technologies; Flexible circuits; Tutorial session

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UNIT-V: Surface Mount Technology SMD benefits, Design issues; Introduction to
soldering, Reflow and Wave Soldering methods to attach SMDs, Solders; Wetting of solders;
Flux and its properties, Defects in wave soldering, Vapour phase soldering, BGA soldering
and Desoldering/ Repair, SMT failures, SMT failure library and Tin Whisker, Tin-lead and
lead-free solders, Phase diagrams; Thermal profiles for reflow soldering; Lead-free alloys,
Lead-free solder considerations; Green electronics; RoHS compliance and e-waste recycling
issues.

UNIT-VI: Thermal Design considerations in systems packaging Thermal Design


considerations in systems packaging, Introduction to embedded passives; Need for embedded
passives; Design Library; Embedded resistor processes, Embedded capacitors, Processes for
embedding capacitors; Case study examples; Summary of materials in packaging

References/Text Books:
1. Rao R. Tummala, Fundamentals of Microsystems Packaging, McGraw Hill, NY, 2001.

2. William D.Brown,Advanced Electronic Packaging, IEEE Press, 1999.


3. "Micromechanics and MEMS: Classic and Seminal Papers to 1990. " by William Trimmer,
IEEE Press, IEEE Number PC4390, ISBN 0-7803-1085-3, New York.

Lecture Plan: UNIT-I & -II syllabus for MID-I, UNIT-III & -IV syllabus for MID-II and
UNIT-V & -VI syllabus for MID-III examinations.

Video Lectures (Web Links):


1.http://nptel.ac.in/syllabus/108108031/

Course Course Name: L T P


Year & Semester: No. of
Code: Micro Electronics and
E3S1 Credits: 4 2 2 0
EC3505 Mechanical Systems

UNIT-I: Introduction Micro/Nano Electronics and Mechanical systems, Micro/Nano


sensors, Evaluation of Micro electro Mechanical systems( MEMS)/Nano electo Mechanical
Systems (NEMS), MEMS/NEMS materials, piezo resistive MEMS, cantilever beams

UNIT-II: Fabrication of Micro electro Mechanical systems( MEMS)/Nano electo


Mechanical Systems (NEMS) :Fabrication process flow: cleaning, oxidation, patterning,
Mask Alignment, Lithography-types, etching-types, annealing, different photo-resists

UNIT-III: Characterization of Micro electro Mechanical systems( MEMS)/Nano electo


Mechanical Systems (NEMS) Characterization of MEMS: Mechanical, Optical and
Electrical, Interface electronics to MEMS, wafer bonding, Metallization.

UNIT-IV: Micro electro Mechanical systems( MEMS)/Nano electo Mechanical Systems


(NEMS) for Bio-medical applications Introduction to Bio-MEMS/NEMS, issues in Bio-
MEMS/NEMS, Introduction to Micro fluidics, Application of Bio-MEMS

UNIT-V: Introduction to lab-on-chip Nanotribology and Nanomechanics Issues,


Nanotribological Studies of Micro electro Mechanical systems( MEMS)/Nano electo
Mechanical Systems (NEMS)Materials, Lab-on-chip

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UNIT-VI: Application of Micro electro Mechanical systems( MEMS)/Nano electo


Mechanical Systems (NEMS) MEMS for Space applications, MEMS for thermal
applications, Pressure sensors, MEMS gyro sensors, MEMS capacitive accelerometer

References/Text Books:
1. "Microsystem Design" by Stephen D. Senturia, Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2001.
2. Fundamentals of Microfabrication by Marc Madou, CRC Press, 1997, ISBN 0-8493-9451-1.
3. "Microsensors" by Richard S. Muller, Roger T. Howe, Stephen D. Senturia, Rosemary L.
Smith, and Richard M. White, IEEE Press, IEEE Number PC 0257-6, ISBN 0-87942-254-
9, New York, 1991.
4. Micromechanical Transducers: Pressure sensors, accelrometers, and gyroscopes by M.-H.
Bao, Elsevier, New York, 2000.
5. Micromachined Transducers Sourcebook by Gregory Kovacs, WCB McGraw-Hill,
Boston, 1998, ISBN 0-07-290722-3.

6. "Micromechanics and MEMS: Classic and Seminal Papers to 1990. " by William
Trimmer, IEEE Press, IEEE Number PC4390, ISBN 0-7803-1085-3, New York.
Video Lectures (Web Links):
1. http://nptel.ac.in/courses/112104181/
2. http://nptel.ac.in/courses/117105082/

Course Course Name L T P


Year & No. of
Code: Electrical & Electronic
Semester: E3S1 Credits: 4 2 2 0
EC3506 Measuring Instruments

UNIT-I: Introduction to Measuring Instruments: Classification —deflecting, control and


damping torques — Ammeters and Voltmeters — PMMC, moving iron type instruments —
expression for the deflecting torque and control torque — Errors and compensations,
extension of range using shunts and series resistance. Electrostatic Voltmeters-electrometer
type and attracted disc type — Extension of range of E.S. Voltmeters.

UNIT-II: Potentiometers & Instrument Transformers: Principle and operation of D.C.


Crompton’s potentiometer—standardisation — Measurement of unknown resistance, current,
voltage. A.C. Potentiometers: polar and coordinate types standardisation — applications. CT
and PT — Ratio and phase angle errors.

UNIT-III: Measurement of Power & Energy: Single phase dynamo meter watt meter, LPF
and UPF, Double element and three element dynamo meter watt meter, expression for
deflecting and control torques — Extension of range of watt meter using instrument
transformers — Measurement of active and reactive powers in balanced and unbalanced
systems. Single phase induction type energy meter — driving and braking torques — errors
and compensations — testing by phantom loading using R.S.S. meter. Three phase energy
meter — tri-vector meter, maximum demand meters.

UNIT-IV: D.0 & A.0 Bridges: Method of measuring low, medium and high resistance —
sensitivity of wheat-stone’s bridge — Carey foster’s bridge, kelvin’s double bridge for
measuring low resistance, measurement of high resistance — loss of charge
method.Measurement of inductance- Factor – Maxwell’s bridge, Hay’s bridge, Anderson’s

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bridge, Owen’s bridge. Measurement of capacitance and loss angle – Desauty Bridge. Wien’s
bridge — Schering Bridge.

UNIT-V: Transducers Definition of transducers, Classification of transducers, Advantages


of Electrical transducers, Characteristics and choice of transducers; Principle operation of
LVDT and capacitor transducers; LVDT Applications, Strain gauge and its principle of
operation, gauge factor, Thermistors, Thermo couples, Piezo electric transducers,
photovoltaic, photo conductive cells, photo diodes.

UNIT-VI Oscilloscopes: CRO: Cathode ray oscilloscope-Cathode ray tube-time base


generator- horizontal and vertical amplifiers-CRO probes-applications of CRO- Measurement
of phase and frequency-lissajous patterns.

TEXT BOOKS
• Electrical and Electronic Measurements and Instrumentation, R. K. Rajput, S. Chand &

Company Ltd.
• Electrical Measuring Instruments and Measurements, S. C. Bhargava, BS Publications.

REFRENCE BOOKS
• Electrical & Electronic Measurement & Instruments, A.K.Sawhney Dhanpat Rai & Co.
Publications.
• Electrical and Electronic Measurements, G. K. Banerjee, PHI Learning Pvt. Ltd.
• Electrical Measurements and Measuring Instruments, Golding and Widdis, Reem
Publications.
• Electrical Measurements, Buckingham and Price, Prentice — Hall
• Electrical Measurements: Fundamentals, Concepts, Applications,
• Reissland, M.U, New Age International (P) Limited, Publishers.
• Electrical Measurements and measuring Instruments, E.W. Golding and F.C. Widdis, fifth
Edition, Wheeler Publishing.

Course Course Name: No. of L T P


Year & Semester:
Code: Digital Signal Processors and Credits:
E3S1 2 2 0
EC3507 Architectures 4

UNIT-I: Introduction to Digital Signal Processing: Introduction, A Digital signal-


processing system, The sampling process, Discrete time sequences. Discrete Fourier
Transform (DFT) and Fast Fourier Transform (FFT), Linear time-invariant systems, Digital
filters, Decimation and interpolation.

UNIT-II: Computational Accuracy in DSP Implementations: Number formats for signals


and coefficients in DSP systems, Dynamic Range and Precision, Sources of error in DSP
implementations, A/D Conversion errors, DSP Computational errors, D/A Conversion Errors,
Compensating filter.

UNIT-III: Architectures for Programmable DSP Devices: Basic Architectural features,


DSP Computational Building Blocks, Bus Architecture and Memory, Data Addressing
Capabilities, Address Generation UNIT, Programmability and Program Execution, Speed
Issues, Features for External interfacing.

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UNIT-IV: Programmable Digital Signal Processors: Commercial Digital signal-processing


Devices, Data Addressing modes of TMS320C54XX DSPs, Data Addressing modes of
TMS320C54XX Processors, Memory space of TMS320C54XX Processors, Program
Control, TMS320C54XX instructions and Programming, On-Chip Peripherals, Interrupts of
TMS320C54XX processors, Pipeline operation of TMS320C54XX Processors.

UNIT-V: Analog Devices Family of DSP Devices: Analog Devices Family of DSP Devices
– ALU and MAC block diagram, Shifter Instruction, Base Architecture of ADSP 2100,
ADSP-2181 high performance Processor. Introduction to Blackfin Processor - The Blackfin
Processor, Introduction to Micro Signal Architecture, Overview of Hardware Processing
UNITs and Register files, Address Arithmetic UNIT, Control UNIT, Bus Architecture and
Memory, Basic Peripherals.

UNIT –VI: Interfacing Memory and I/O Peripherals to Programmable DSP Devices:

Memory spaceorganization, External bus interfacing signals, Memory interface, Parallel I/O
interface, Programmed I/O, Interrupts and I/O, Direct memory access (DMA).

References/Text Books:
1. Digital Signal Processing – Avtar Singh and S. Srinivasan, Thomson Publications, 2004.
2. A Practical Approach to Digital Signal Processing - K Padmanabhan, R. Vijayarajeswaran,
Ananthi. S, New Age International, 2006/2009
3. Embedded Signal Processing with the Micro Signal Architecture Publisher: Woon-Seng
Gan, Sen M. Kuo, Wiley-IEEE Press, 2007
4. Digital Signal Processors, Architecture, Programming and Applications – B.
Venkataramani and M. Bhaskar, 2002, TMH.
5. Digital Signal Processing – Jonatham Stein, 2005, John Wiley.
6. DSP Processor Fundamentals, Architectures & Features – Lapsley et al. 2000, S. Chand &
Co.
7. Digital Signal Processing Applications Using the ADSP-2100 Family by The Applications
Engineering Staff of Analog Devices, DSP Division, Edited by Amy Mar, PHI
8. The Scientist and Engineer's Guide to Digital Signal Processing by Steven W. Smith,
Ph.D., California Technical Publishing, ISBN 0-9660176-3-3, 1997
9. Embedded Media Processing by David J. Katz and Rick Gentile of Analog Devices,
Newnes, ISBN 0750679123, 2005

Course No. of L T P
Year & Course Name: Satellite
Code: Credits:
Semester: E3S1 Communication Systems 2 2 0
EC3508 4

UNIT-I: Introduction Importance of Satellite Communication, A Brief History of Satellite


Communications and its evolution. Evolution of Indian Space Communication. Frequency
allocatioms of satellite services, Intelsat, Polar orbiting satellites. Illustrated problems.

UNIT-II: Orbital Mechanics and Launchers Developing the Equations of the Orbit,
Kepler’s Three Laws of Planetary Motion, Describing the Orbit of a satellite, Locating the in
the Orbit, Locating the Satellite with Respect to the Earth. Orbital Elements, Look Angle
Determination, The Subsatellite Point, Elevation and Azimuth angle Calculations,

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Specialization to Geostationary Satellites, Visibility Test, Orbital Perturbations, Orbit
Determination, Launches and Launch Vehicles, Doppler Shift, Range Variations, Solar
Eclipse, Sun Transit Outage.

UNIT-III: Satellite Subsystems Attitude and Orbit Control System, Telemetry, Tracking,
Command and monitoring, Power Systems, Communication Subsystems, Transponders,
Satellite Antennas, Equipment Reliability and Space Qualification, Redundancy.

UNIT-IV: Satellite Link Design Introduction, Basic Transmission Theory, System Noise
Temperature and G/T Ratio, Noise Figure and Noise Temperature, G/T Ratio for Earth
stations. Design of Downlinks, Link Budgets, Uplink Design, Designs for Specified C/N
Ratios.

UNIT-V: Multiple Access Introduction, FDMA, TDMA, CDMA, Intermodulation


,Calculation of C/N with Intermodulation TDMA Frame Structure, Demand Access Multiple

Access(DAMA), Spread Spectrum Transmission and Reception

UNIT-VI :Propagation Effects and their Impact on Satellite-Earth Links Introduction,


Quantifying Attenuation and Depolarization, Atmospheric Absorption,Cloud Attenuation,
Tropospheric Scintillation and Low Angle Fading, Faraday Rotation in the atmosphere,
Ionospheric Scintillation, Rain and Ice Effects, Antenna Noise, Propagation Impairment
Countermeasures.

References/Text Books:
1. Satellite Communications 2nd Edition, by T Pratt, C.W.Bostain,J.E Allnutt.John Willey
sons 2003.
2. Satellite communications systems: Systems, Techniques, and Technology 5th Edition by G
Maral, M.Bousquet, Z.Sun ., John Willy Sons
3. Gary D Gordon and Watler L Morgan, Principles of Communication satellites, John Wiley
& Sons,1993.

Video Lectures (Web Links):


1.http://nptel.ac.in/courses/117105131/

Course Course Name: L T P


Year & Semester: No. of
Code: Biomedical
E3S1 Credits: 4 2 2 0
EC3509 Instrumentation

UNIT-I: Introduction Background, Development, Specification of Requirement, Man


Instrumentation, Problems Encountered in Measuring a Living System, Bio Electric
Potentials- Resting and action potentials, Propagation of Action potential, Physiological
potentials- ECG, EEG, ERG, EOG, Envoked responses.

UNIT-II: Transducers and Electrodes Transducer and Transduction Principles, Active


Transducers, Passive Transducers, Transducers For Biomedical Applications, Pulse Sensors,
Respiration Sensor, Transducers with Digital Output, Electrode Theory, Bio potential
Electrodes, Biochemical Transducers, Examples of Electrodes.

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UNIT-III: Cardiovascular Measurements Cardiovascular System, Electro Cardiography,
Blood Pressure Measurement, Measurement of Blood Flow, and Cardiac Output,
Measurement of Heart Sound, Plethysmography.

UNIT-IV: Patient Care and Monitoring Elements of Intensive-Care Monitoring, Patient


monitoring Displays, Diagnosis, Calibration and Repairabilir! of Patient-Monitoring
Equipment, Other Instrumentation for Monitoring Patients, Organization of the Hospital for
Patient-Care Monitoring, Pacemakers, Defibrillator.

UNIT-V: Measurements in the respiration system The Physiology of the respiratory


system, Tests and Instrumentation for the Mechanics of breathing, Respiratory therapy
equipment.

UNIT-VI: Diagnostic Techniques Principles of Ultrasonic Measurement, Ultrasonic


Imaging, Ultrasonic Diagnosis, X-Ray and Radio-lsotope Instrumentations, CAT or CT Scan,

Emission Computerized Tomography, MRI.

References:
1. Biomedical Instrumentation And Measurements, 2/e, Lislie Cromwell, Fred. J. Weibell,
Erich A. Pfeiffer, Pearson Education Publishers.
2. Textbook of Biomedical Instrumentation, K. N. Scott, A.K.Mathur, C.B.S. Publishers and
Distributers.
3. Fundamentals of Biomedical Instrumentation, Dr. O.N. Pondey, S.K. Kataria and sons,
Reprint, 2013 edition.
4. Biomedical Instrumentation and Measurements, R. Anandanatarajan, PHI Edition 2011
edition.
5. Biomedical Electronics and Instrumentation Made Easy, G. S. Sawhney, I K International
Publishing House Pvt. Ltd; 1st Edition 2011 edition.

Course L T P
Year & Course Name: Microwave and No. of
Code:
Semester: E3S2 RF Integrated Circuits Credits: 4 2 2 0
EC 3601

UNIT-I: Introduction Block diagram or T/R module for a wireless communication system,
Transmission lines, S-parameters, Smith chart, Impedance matching , Designing of lumped
element L-matching networks using a Smith chart. Wideband PI- and T-networks.

UNIT-II: Noise in Microwave Circuits Noise in Microwave Circuits :Dynamic Range and
Sources of Noise Power and Equivalent Noise Temperature ,Measurement of Noise
Temperature, Noise Figure ,Noise Figure of a Cascaded System, Noise Figure of a Passive
Two-Port Network, Noise Figure of a mismatched Lossy Line Dynamic Range and
Intermodulation Distortion ,Gain Compression Intermodulation Distortion Third-Order
Intercept Point, Intercept Point of a Cascaded System

UNIT-III : Active RF components RF Diode Characteristics: Schottky Diodes and


Detectors ,PIN Diodes and Control Circuits Varactor Diodes, Other Diodes RF Transistor
Characteristics: Field Effect Transistors ,Bipolar Junction Transistors(BJTs) Microwave

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Integrated Circuits Hybrid Microwave Integrated Circuits ,Monolithic Microwave Integrated
Circuits

UNIT-IV: RF Amplifiers Two-Port Power Gains , Stability ,Stability Circles, Tests for
Unconditional Stability, Single-Stage Transistor Amplifier Design ,Design for Maximum
Gain(Conjugate Matching) ,Constant Gain Circles and Design for Specified Gain ,Low-Noise
Amplifier Design ,Broadband Transistor Amplifier Design ,Balanced Amplifiers , Distributed
Amplifiers .Power Amplifiers Characteristics of Power Amplifiers and Amplifier Classes,
Large-Signal Characterization of Transistors ,Design of Class A Power Amplifiers

UNIT-V: RF Oscillators RF Oscillators: General Analysis Oscillators Using a Common


Emitter BJT, Oscillators Using a Common Gate FET, Practical Considerations , Crystal
Oscillators , Microwave Oscillators ,Transistor Oscillators , Dielectric Resonator Oscillators ,
Oscillator Phase Noise ,Representation of Phase Noise Frequency Multipliers: Reactive
Diode Multipliers(Manley-Rowe Relations) Resistive Diode Multipliers ,Transistor
Multipliers .

UNIT-VI: RF Mixers Mixer Characteristics, Single-Ended Diode Mixer ,Single-Ended Field


effect Transistor (FET) Mixer , Balanced Mixer ,Image Reject Mixer , Other Mixers
,Illustrated problems.

References/Text Books:
1. David M Pozar , “Microwave Engineering”, John Wiley, 3rd Edition, 2005
2. Guillermo Gonzalez , “Microwave Transistor Amplifiers Analysis and Design” ,prentice
hall ,2nd Edition,1997.
3. Behzad Razavi ,”RF Microelectronics”, Prentice Hall,1997.
4. Joseph F. White , “High Frequency Techniques : An introduction to RF and Microwave
Engineering “ ,IEEE press ,John Wiley & sons ,2004
5. Christopher Bowick ,“ RF Circuit Design”, Newnes, ,2nd Edition, 2007. ISBN
number:0750685182

Video Lectures (Web Links):


1.http://nptel.ac.in/courses/117102012/
2. http://nptel.ac.in/courses/117101119/

Year & No. of L T P


Course Code: Course Name: Radar
Semester: Credits:
EC3602 Communication 2 2 0
E3S2 4

UNIT - I: RADAR BASICS Introduction ,Radar band designations, Maximum


Unambiguous Range, Simple form of Radar Equation, Radar Block Diagram and
Operation, Radar Frequencies and Applications, Prediction of Range Performance,
Minimum Detectable Signal, Receiver Noise, Modified Radar Range Equation SNR,
Envelope Detector, False Alarm Time and Probability, Integration of Radar Pulses, Radar
Cross Section of Targets (simple targets -sphere, cone-sphere), Transmitter Power, PRF
and Range Ambiguities, System Losses (qualitative treatment), Illustrative Problems.

UNIT - II: CW AND FM RADAR Doppler Effect, CW Radar –Block Diagram,


Isolation between Transmitter and Receiver, Non-zero IF Receiver, Receiver Bandwidth

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Requirements, Applications of CW radar, Illustrative Problems. FM-CW Radar, Range and
Doppler Measurement, Block Diagram and Characteristics (Approaching/ Receding
Targets), FM-CW altimeter, Multiple Frequency CW Radar.

UNIT-III:MTI AND PULSE DOPPLER RADAR Introduction, Principle, MTI Radar with
-Power Amplifier Transmitter and Power Oscillator Transmitter, Delay Line
Cancellers –Filter Characteristics, Blind Speeds, Double Cancellation, And Staggered
PRFs. Range Gated Doppler Filters, MTI Radar Parameters, Limitations to MTI
Performance, MTI versus Pulse Doppler radar.

UNIT-IV:TRACKING RADAR Tracking with Radar, Sequential Lobing, Conical Scan,


Monopulse Tracking Radar–Amplitude Comparison Monopulse (one-and two-
coordinates), Phase Comparison Monopulse, Tracking in Range, Acquisition and
Scanning Patterns, Comparison of Trackers.

UNIT-V:DETECTION OF RADAR SIGNALS IN NOISE Introduction, Matched Filter

Receiver –Response Characteristics and Derivation, Correlation Function and Cross-


correlation Receiver, Efficiency of Non-matched Filters, Matched Filter with Non-white
Noise.

UNIT – VI: PHASED ARRAY AND IMAGING RADAR Phased array principle and feed
systems, conventional and adaptive beamforming techniques; Synthetic aperture radar
(SAR): SAR fundamentals , cross-range resolution in radar, synthetic aperture viewpoint;
SAR data characteristics: Stripmap SAR geometry, strip map SAR data set, strip map SAR
image formation algorithm; Introduction to polarimetric and interferometric SAR

References/Text Books:
1. Merrill I. Skolnik ,”Introduction to Radar Systems”, 3rd Edition, Tata McGraw-Hill, 2001
2. Peebles, Jr., P.Z , “Radar Principles “ Wiley, New York, 1998.
3. Byron Edde , “Radar Principals, Technology, Applications”, Pearson Education, 2004
4. Hovanessian, S.A., “Radar System Design and Analysis”, Artech House 1984.
5. Harger, R. O., Synthetic Aperture Radar Systems: Theory and Design, Academic Press,
NY (1970).
6. Schleher, D.C., “MTI and Pulse Doppler Radar”, Artech House 1991
7. 7. Richards, M.A., “Fundamental of Radar Signal Processing”, Tata McGraw-
hill. 2005
8. Sullivan, R.J., “Radar Foundations for Imaging and Advanced Concepts”, Prentice-Hall of
India. 2004
9. Mott, H., “Remote Sensing with Polarimetric Radar”, IEEE Press. 2007
10. Nathanson, F.E., “Radar Design Principles”, Scitech Publishing. 2002.

Video Lectures (Web Links):


1.http://www.ll.mit.edu/workshops/education/videocourses/introradar/index.html
2.http://aess.cs.unh.edu/radar%20se%20List%20of%20Lectures%20.html

Course Course Name: No. of L T P


Year & Semester:
Code: Mobile Credits:
E3S2 2 2 0
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UNIT-I: Basics: Antenna fundamentals, received power calculations, Friis Free Space
equation, Fraun hoper distance, pathloss exponent, Indoor Pathloss Models, Two-Ray Model,
Receiver sensitivity, Noise temperature, noise figure.

UNIT-II: Cellular concepts: frequency reuse factor, Cell Sectoring, Cell Splitting, traffic
analysis, trunking efficiency, call blocking probability, Blocked calls cleared system, blocked
calls delayed system, Hard handover and Soft handover.

UNIT-III: Large Scale Fading: Diffraction, Fresnel Zones, Fresnel-Kirchoff Difrraction


Parameter, Shadow fading, Log-Normal Distribution, Area Mean, Local Mean, Boundary
Coverage Probability, Percentage of Area Coverage. Distance Dependent Pathloss Models:
Okumura, Hata, and COST 231.

UNIT-IV: Small Scaling Fading: Scattering, Multipath Propagation, Envelope Fading,


Rayleigh and Rician Fading, Doppler Effect, Time Dispersion, Frequency Dispersion,

Frequency Flat and Selective Fading, Slow and Fast Fading, Coherence Time & Coherence
Bandwidth, Uncorrelated Scattering.

UNIT-V: Diversity: Introduction to MIMO systems, Receive Diversity, Selective combining,


Maximal ratio combining(MRC), Equal gain combining, Transmit Diversity, Alamouti
Scheme, zero forcing and MMSE equalizers, Introduction to Space Time Coding.

UNIT-VI: Multiple Access techniques: Code Division Multiple Access, IS-95, Power
Control, RAKE Receiver, WCDMA, Orthogonal Variable Spreading Factor, Orthogonal
Frequency Division Multiplexing, Cyclic Prefix, Design of OFDM systems. Introduction to
4G LTE.

TEXTBOOKS:
1.Rappaport,T.S., “Wireless communications”, Second Edition, Pearson Education, 2010.
2.Simon Haykin & Michael Moher, “Modern Wireless Communications”, Pearson Education,
2007.

REFERENCES:
3. Gordon L. Stuber, “Principles of Mobile Communication”, Springer International
Ltd.,2001.
4.Andrea Goldsmith, Wireless Communications, Cambridge University Press, 2007.
5.David Tse and Pramod Viswanath, “Fundamentals of Wireless Communication”,
Cambridge University Press, 2005.

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Year & Semester:
Code: VLSI Design Verification Credits:
E3S2 2 2 0
EC3604 and Test 4

UNIT–I: Introduction , Overview of VLSI Design Flow,High Level Synthesis (HLS)


Overview, Scheduling in High Level Synthesis (HLS),Resource Sharing and Binding in HLS

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UNIT–II: Logic Synthesis, Physical Design, Intoduction to formal methods for design
verification, Temporal Logic: Introduction and Basic Operations on Temporal Logic

UNIT–III: Syntax and Semantics of CTL, Equivalences between CTL Formulas,


Introduction to Model Checking, Model Checking Algorithms, Model Checking with
Fairness

UNIT–IV: Binary Decision Diagram: Introduction and Construction, Ordered Binary


Decision Diagram (OBDD), Operation on OBDD, OBDD for state Transition systems

UNIT–V: Symbolic model checking, Introduction to Digital VLSI Testing, Functional and
Structural Testing, Fault Equivalence, Fault Simulation

UNIT–VI: Testability Measures (SCOAP) , Introduction to Automatic Test Pattern


generation(ATPG) and ATPG Algebras, D-Algorithm, ATPG for synchronous sequential
circuits, Scan Chain based Sequential circuit testing, Built in Self Test (BIST)

Textbooks:
1. Miron Abramovici, Melvin A. Breuer and Arthur D. Friedman, “Digital Systems Testing
and Testable Design,” Revised, IEEE Press (1990)
2. Samiha Mourad and Yervant Zorian, “Principles of Testing Electronic Systems”, Wiley
(2000)
3. Michael L. Bushnell and Vishwani D. Agrawal, “Essentials of Electronic Testing, for
Digital, Memory and Mixed-Signal VLSI Circuits”, Kluwer Academic Publishers (2000)
Videos : VLSI Design Verification and Test by Prof Arnab Sarkar , IIT Guwahati

References/Text Books:
1. Miron Abramovici, Melvin A. Breuer and Arthur D. Friedman, “Digital Systems Testing
and Testable Design,” Revised, IEEE Press (1990)
2. Samiha Mourad and Yervant Zorian, “Principles of Testing Electronic Systems”, Wiley
(2000)
3. Michael L. Bushnell and Vishwani D. Agrawal, “Essentials of Electronic Testing, for
Digital, Memory and Mixed-Signal VLSI Circuits”, Kluwer Academic Publishers

Course No. of L T P
Year & Semester: Course Name: VLSI Design
Code: Credits:
E3S2 for DSP 2 2 0
EC3605 4

UNIT-I: Typical DSP Algorithms, DSP Application Demands and scaled CMOS
Technologies, Representations of DSP algorithms, Dataflow graph representations, loop
bound and iteration bound, iteration bound of multirate data-flow graphs

UNIT-II: Pipelining of FIR Digital Filters, Parallel processing, pipelining and parallel
processing for low power, retiming techniques, Unfolding: algorithm, properties, critical path,
applications , Folding: transformation, register minimization in folding architectures, folding
of multirate systems

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UNIT-III: Systolic array design methodology, FIR systolic arrays, selection of scheduling
vector, matrix multiplication and 2D systolic array design, cook-toom algorithm, winograd
algorithm, iterated convolution, cyclic convolution, design of fast algorithm by inspection

UNIT-IV: Parallel FIR filters, Discrete Cosine Transform and Inverse DCT, Parallel
architectures for rank-order filters, pipeline interleaving in digital filters, pipelining in 1st
order IIR Digital filters, pipelining in higher-order IIR digital filters, parallel processing for
IIR filters, low-power IIR filters

UNIT-V: Parallel multipliers, interleaved floor-plan and bit-plane-based digital filters, bit-
serial multipliers, bit-serial filter design and implementation, canonic signed digit arithmetic,
distributed arithmetic, redundant number representations, carry-free radix-2 addition and
subtraction, hybrid radix-4 addition, data format conversion, redundant to non redundant
converter

UNIT-VI: Synchronous pipelining and clocking styles, clock skew and clock distribution in
bit-level pipelined VLSI Designs, wave pipelining, constraint space diagram and degree of
wave pipelining , implementation of wave-pipelined systems

References/Text Books:
1. U. Meyer-Baese, DSP with FPGA, Springer, 2004.
2. K. K. Parhi, VLSI DSP Systems, Wiley, 2003.

Course Course Name: No. of L T P


Year & Semester:
Code: Low Power VLSI Circuits Credits:
E3S2 2 2 0
EC3606 and Systems 4

UNIT–I: Basics of MOS circuits: MOS Transistor structure and device modeling , MOS
Inverters, MOS Combinational Circuits - Different Logic Families

UNIT–II: Sources of Power dissipation: Dynamic Power Dissipation, Short Circuit Power,
Switching Power, Glitching Power, Static Power Dissipation, Degrees of Freedom

UNIT–III: Supply Voltage Scaling Approaches: Device feature size scaling, Multi-Vdd
Circuits, Architectural level approaches: Parallelism, Pipelining, Voltage scaling using high-
level transformations,Dynamic voltage scaling,Power Management

UNIT–IV: Switched Capacitance Minimization Approaches: Hardware Software


Tradeoff,Bus Encoding,Two’s complement Vs Sign Magnitude,Architectural
optimization,Clock Gating,Logic styles

UNIT–V: Leakage Power minimization Approaches: Variable-threshold-voltage CMOS


(VTCMOS) approach,Multi-threshold-voltage CMOS (MTCMOS) approach,Power
gating,Transistor stacking,Dual-Vt assignment approach (DTCMOS)

UNIT–VI: Special Topics: Adiabatic Switching Circuits,Battery-aware Synthesis,Variation


tolerant design,CAD tools for low power synthesis

References/Text Books:

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1. Neil H. E. Weste and K. Eshraghian, Principles of CMOS VLSI Design, 2nd Edition,
Addison Wesley (Indian reprint).
2. Bellamour, and M. I. Elmasri, Low Power VLSI CMOS Circuit Design, Kluwer Academic
Press, 1995.
3. Anantha P. Chandrakasan and Robert W. Brodersen, Low Power Digital CMOS Design,
Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1995.
4. Kaushik Roy and Sharat C. Prasad, Low-Power CMOS VLSI Design, Wiley-Interscience,
2000.

Video Lectures (Web Links):


1. http://nptel.ac.in/courses/106105034/

Course Course Name: No. of L T P


Year & Semester:
Code: Pattern Recognition and Credits:
E3S2 2 2 0
EC3607 Machine Intelligence 4

UNIT-I: Introduction: Probability theory , Model selection, The curse of Dimensionality,


Information theory, Binary variables, Multinomial variables, The Gaussian Distribution, The

Exponential family, Non-parametric methods.

UNIT-II: Linear models for regression and Classification: Linear basic function models,
The bias variance decomposition, Bayesian linear regression, Bayesian model comparison,
The evidence approximation, Limitations of fixed bias functions, Discriminant functions,
probabilistic generative models, probabilistic discriminative models, The Laplace
approximation, Bayesian Logistic Regression.

UNIT-III: Neural Networks: Feed forward network functions, Network training, Error Back
Propagation, The Hessian Matrix, regularization in neural networks, Mixture density
networks, Bayesian neural networks.

UNIT-IV: Kernal Methods & Sparse Kernel machines: Dual representations, Constructing
kernels, Radial basis function networks, Gaussian processes, Maximum margin classifiers,
Relevance vector machines.

UNIT-V: Graphical models: Bayesian networks, Conditional independence, Markov


random fields, Inference in graphical models. Illustrative problems.

UNIT-VI: Mixture models and EM: K-means clustering-Image segmentation and


compression, Maximum likelihood, EM for Gaussian mixtures, relation to K-means,
Mixtures of Bernoulli distributions, Em for Bayesian linear Regression.The EM algorithm in
general.

References/Text Books:
1. Chirstopher M.Bishop, “ Patteren recognition and Machine Learning”, Springer, 2006.
2.Y.Anzai, ““ Patteren recognition and Machine Learning”, Elsevier science, 1992

Year & Semester: Course Course Name: No. of L T P


E3S2 Code: Multimedia Credits: 2 2 0

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EC3608 Technology 4

UNIT-I: Introduction to Multimedia System: Architecture and components, Multimedia


distributed processing model, Synchronization, Orchestration and Quality of Service (QOS)
architecture.

UNIT-II: Audio and Speech: Data acquisition, Sampling and Quantization, Human Speech
production mechanism, Digital model of speech production, Analysis and synthesis, Psycho-
acoustics, low bit rate speech compression, MPEG audio compression.

UNIT-III: Images and Video: Image acquisition and representation, Composite video signal
NTSC, PAL and SECAM video standards, Bilevel Image Compression standards: ITU
(formerly CCITT) Group III and IV standards, JPEC image compression standards, MPEG
video compression standards.

UNIT-IV: Multimedia Communication: Fundamentals of data communication and


networking, Bandwidth requirements of different media, Real time constraints: Audio latency,
Video data rate, multimedia over LAN and WAN, Multimedia conferencing.

UNIT-V: Hypermedia presentation: Authoring and Publishing, Linear and mon-liner


presentation, Structuring Information, Different approaches of authoring hypermedia
documents, Hypermedia data models and standards.

UNIT-VI: Multimedia Information Systems: Operating system support for continuous media
applications: limitations is usual OS, New OS support, Media stream protocol, file system
support for continuous media, data models for multimedia and hypermedia information,
content based retrieval of unstructured data.

References/Text Books:
1.Fred Hulsal, “Multimedia Communications”, peason Education Asia.
2.K.Thakkar, “Multimedia systems design”, PHI

Course Code: Course Name: No. of Credits: L T P


Year & Semester: E3S2
EC 3609 Embedded systems 4 2 2 0

UNIT-I:INTRODUCTION TO EMBEDDED SYSTEM: Embedded systems, Processor


embedded into a system, Embedded UNITs & devices and systems in a system, Embedded
software in a system, Examples of Embedded systems, Embedded system on chip (Soc),
Design process in embedded systems, Formalization of Embedded systems, Classification of
Embedded systems, Skills required for an Embedded system designer.

UNIT-II: PROCESSOR & MEMORY ORGANIZATION: Structural UNITs in a


processor, processor selection, memory devices, memory selection, memory allocation and
map, interfacing.

UNIT-III: DEVICES, DEVICE DRIVERS & BUSES FOR DEVICE NETWORKS: I/O
devices, timer & counter devices, serial communication, communication between devices
using different buses. Device drivers parallel and serial port device drives in a system,

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interrupt servicing mechanism and context & periods for context switching, deadline and
interrupt latency.

UNIT-IV: DEVICE DRIVERS AND INTERRUPT SERVICE MECHANISM:


programmed I/O busy-wait approach without interrupt service mechanism, ISR concept,
Interrupt sources, Interrupt handling mechanism, Multiple interrupts, DMA, Device driver
programming.

UNIT-V: INTERPROCESS COMMUNICATION AND SYNCHRONIZATION OF


PROCESS, THREADS AND TASKS: Multiple process in an application, Multiple threads
in an application, Tasks, Task states, Task and data, clear cut distinction between functions,
ISRS and tasks by their characteristics.

UNIT-VI: REALTIME OPERATING SYSTEMS: OS services, Process management,


Timer functions, Event functions, Memory management, Device file and I?O management,
Interrupt management in RTOS, environment and Handling of Interrupt source Calls, Real
time operating systems, Basic design using an RTOS, RTOS Task scheduling Models,
Interrupt latency and response of the Tasks as performance metrics, OS Security issues.

References/Text Books:
1. Raj kamal, “Embedded Systems”, Tata Mcgraw Hill (TMH) Second edition.
2. Kenneth J.Ayala Penram,” The 8051 Micro controller”,International(PI) Second edition.

Course Course Name: No. of L T P


Year & Semester:
Code: Optical Credits:
E4S1 2 2 0
EC4501 Communications 4

UNIT-I: Introduction to Optical Fibers: Evolution of fiber optic system- Element of an


optical fiber transmission link- Ray optics, Optical fiber modes and configurations- Mode
theory of circular waveguides,- Overview of modes- Key modal concepts,- Linearly polarized
modes –Single mode fiber- Graded index fiber structure.

UNIT-II: Signal degradation optical fibers: Attenuation, Absorption losses, Scattering


losses, bending losses, Core and cladding losses, Signal distortion in optical waveguides, -
Information capacity determination-Group delay- Material dispersion, Waveguide dispersion,
Signal distortion in SM fibers- Polarization mode distortion, Internal mode distortion, pulse
broadening in GI fibers- Mode coupling—Design optimization of SM fibers, RI profile and
cutoff wavelength .

UNIT-III: Fiber Optical Sources and Coupling: Direct and indirect band gap materials,
LED structures, Quantum efficiency and LED power, Modulation of LED, laser diodes,
Modes and threshold condition, Rate equations- External quantum efficiency, resonant
frequencies- temperature effects, Introduction to Quantum laser, Source to fiber power
launching, lensing schemes, fiber to fiber joints, fiber splicing.

UNIT-IV: Fiber Optical Receivers: PIN and APD diodes, photo detector noise, SNR,
Detector response time, Avalanche multiplication noise,- comparison of photo detectors-

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Fundamental receiver operation, -Pre amplifiers, Error sources,- Receiver configuration-
Probability of error, Quantum limit.

UNIT-V: System design and applications: system specifications, power budget,


Bandwidth budget, Design of analog systems- Fiber optic connectors, couplers, multiplexers
and splices, wave length converters, routers, optical amplifiers, coherent and WDM systems

UNIT-VI: Design of Digital Systems: System specification, rise time budget, power budget,
Receiver sensitivity, Applications: Telephony, Telemetry, Video distribution, Military
applications, Passive and active sensing.

References/Text Books:
1. John M.Senior ”Optical Fiber Communications” ,Pearson third edition,2010.
2.Gerd keiser ” Optical Fiber Communications”, Tata Mcgraw Hill , fourth edition,2010..

Course Code: Course Name: No. of Credits: L T P


Year & Semester: E4S1
EC4502 Digital VLSI Design 4 2 2 0

UNIT-I: Introduction to Digital VLSI Design: Evolution of VLSI Systems, Applications of


VLSI Systems , Review of Digital Design Algorithmic State Machines: Components of

ASM Chart, ASM for Binary Multiplier, ASM for weighing machine , ASM for Bus Arbiter,
Arithmetic Mean, Sort operation

UNIT-II: Design of Memories: On-Chip dual address ROM Design and Verilog
implementation, Single Address ROM Design and Verilog implementation, On-Chip Dual
RAM Design.

UNIT- III: Design of Arithmetic Circuits: Principle of pipelining, partitioning of a design,


serial signed adder design, parallel signed adder design , parallel and pipelined multiplier
design and Verilog implementations

UNIT-IV:Design of a Discrete Cosine Transform and Quantization Processor : DCTQ


processor block diagram, Signal description of DCTQ processor , Architecture of DCTQ
processor, Verilog code for DCTQ Datapath and Control path, verification of DCTQ
processor

UNIT-V: RT Level Design and Test : Sequential Multipler – shift and add multiplication
process, sequential multiplier design , multiplier testing, Von Neumann Computer Model-
processor model specification, designing the adding CPU, design of datapath and control
path, testing adding CPU, CPU Design and Test- details of processor functionality, SAYEH
Datapath and control path design and realization.

UNIT – VI: Hardware Implementations Using FPGA and I/O Boards: FPGA board
features, features of Digital Input/output board, Traffic light controller design and
implementation on FPGA, Real Time clock design and implementation on FPGA, Projects
for implementation on FPGA.

References/Text Books:

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1. Digital VLSI Systems Design – S.Ramachandran , Springer Publications
2. Verilog Digital System Design – Zainalabedin Navabi
3.

Year & Semester: Course Code: Course Name: No. of Credits: L T P


E4S1 EC4503 Digital IC Design 4 2 2 0

UNIT-I: A Historical Perspective, Issues in Digital Integrated Circuit Design, Quality


Metrics of a Digital Design, Cost of an Integrated Circuit, Functionality and Robustness,
Performance, Power and Energy Consumption

UNIT-II: THE WIRE: Introduction, Interconnect Parameters — Capacitance, Resistance, and


Inductance, Capacitance, Resistance, Inductance, Electrical Wire Models, The Ideal Wire,
The Lumped Model, The Lumped RC model, The Distributed rc Line, The Transmission Line

UNIT-III: THE CMOS INVERTER: Introduction, The Static CMOS Inverter — An Intuitive
Perspective, Evaluating the Robustness of the CMOS Inverter: The Static Behavior,
Switching Threshold, Noise Margins, Performance of CMOS Inverter: The Dynamic
Behavior, Computing the Capacitances, Propagation Delay: First-Order Analysis,
Propagation Delay from a Design Perspective, Power, Energy, and Energy-Delay, Dynamic
Power Consumption, Static Consumption

UNIT-IV: DESIGNING COMBINATIONAL LOGIC GATES IN CMOS: Introduction,


Static CMOS Design, Complementary CMOS, Ratioed Logic, Pass-Transistor Logic,
Dynamic CMOS Design , Dynamic Logic: Basic Principles, Speed and Power Dissipation of
Dynamic Logic , Issues in Dynamic Design, Cascading Dynamic Gates, Perspectives,
Designing Logic for Reduced Supply Voltages

UNIT-V: DESIGNING SEQUENTIAL LOGIC CIRCUITS: Introduction, Timing Metrics for


Sequential Circuits, Classification of Memory Elements, Static Latches and Registers, The
Bistability Principle, Multiplexer-Based Latches, Master-Slave Edge-Triggered Register,
Low-Voltage Static Latches, Static SR Flip-Flops—Writing Data by Pure Force, Dynamic
Latches and Registers, Dynamic Transmission-Gate Edge-triggered Registers, C2MOS—A
Clock-Skew Insensitive Approach, True Single-Phase Clocked Register (TSPCR), Alternative
Register Styles, Pulse Registers Sense-Amplifier Based, Registers , Pipelining: An approach
to optimize sequential circuits, Latch- vs. Register-Based Pipelines, NORA-CMOS—A Logic
Style for Pipelined Structures, Non-Bistable Sequential Circuits

UNIT VI: DESIGNING MEMORY AND ARRAY STRUCTURES: Introduction,Memory


Classification, Memory Architectures and Building Blocks, The Memory Core, Read-Only
Memories Nonvolatile Read-Write Memories, Read-Write Memories (RAM), Contents-
Addressable or Associative Memory (CAM), Memory Peripheral Circuitry, The Address
Decoders, Sense Amplifiers Voltage References, Drivers/Buffers, Timing and Control,
Memory Reliability and Yield, Signal-To-Noise Ratio, Memory yield, Power Dissipation in
Memories, Sources of Power Dissipation in Memories, Partitioning of the memory,
Addressing the Active Power Dissipation, Data-retention
dissipation

References/Text Books:

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1. Digital Integrated Circuits- A Design Perspective (Second Edition) by Jan M. Rabaey ,
Anantha Chandrakasan and Borivoje Nikolic

Video Lectures (Web Links):


1.https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLB3i9IKhwBX8EEkgSy0AjaRFCmY2gBiQc

Course Course Name: No. of L T P


Year & Semester:
Code: Artificial Neural Credits:
E4S1 2 2 0
EC 4504 networks 4

UNIT-I Introduction: AI problems, foundation of AI and history of AI intelligent


agents:Agents and Environments, the concept of rationality, the nature of environments,
structure of agents, problem solving agents, problem formulation.

UNIT-II Searching for solutions, uniformed search strategies –Breadth first search, depth
firstsearch, Depth limited search, Iterative deepening depth first search bi-direction search-
comparison. Search with partial information (Heuristic search) Greedy best first search, A*
search, Memory bounded heuristic search, Heuristic functions.

UNIT-III Local search Algorithms, Hill climbing, simulated, annealing search, local beam
search, genetical algorithms. Constrain satisfaction problems: Backtracking search for CSPs

local search for constraint satisfaction problems.Game Playing: Adversial search, Games,
minimax, algorithm, optimal decisions in multiplayer games, Alpha -Beta pruning,
Evaluation functions, and cutting of search.

UNIT-IV Knowledge Representation & Reasons logical Agents, Knowledge –Based Agents,
the Wumpus world, logic, propositional logic, Resolution patterns in propos ional logic,
Resolution, Forward & Backward, Chaining.First order logic. Inference in first order logic,
propositional Vs first order inference, unification &lifts forward chaining, Backward
chaining, Resolution.

UNIT-V Planning –Classical planning problem, Language of planning


problems,Expressiveness and extension, planning with state –space search, forward states
spare search, backward states space search, Heuristics for stats space search, Planning search,
planning with state space search, partial order planning Graphs.

UNIT-VI Learning -Forms of learning, Induction learning, Learning Decision Tree,


Statistical learningmethods, learning with complex data, learning with Hidden variables –The
EM Algorithm, Instance Based learning, NeuralNetworks.

TEXT BOOKS:
1. Artificial Intelligence –A Modern Approach. Second Edition, Stuart Russel,
Peter Norvig, PHI/Pearson Education.
2. Artificial Intelligence, 3rd Edition, Patrick Henry Winston., Pearson Edition,

REFERENCE BOOKS:
1. Artificial Intelligence, 2nd Edition, E.Rich and K.Knight (TMH).
2. Artificial Intelligence and Expert Systems–Patterson PHI

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3. Expert Systems: Principles and Programming-Fourth Edn, Giarrantana/ Riley, Thomson.
4. PROLOG Programming for Artificial Intelligence. Ivan Bratka-Third Edition–
Pearson Education.

Course Course Name: No. of L T P


Year & Semester:
Code: Adaptive signal Credits:
E4S1 2 2 0
EC4505 processing 4

UNIT-I: Introduction to Adaptive Systems: Adaptive Systems: Definitions,


Characteristics, Applications, Example of an Adaptive System. The Adaptive Linear
Combiner - Description, Weight Vectors, Desired Response Performance function - Gradient
& Mean Square Error.

UNIT–II: Development of Adaptive Filter Theory & Searching the Performance


surface: Introduction to Filtering - Smoothing and Prediction – Linear Optimum Filtering,
Problem statement, Principle of Orthogonality - Minimum Mean Square Error, Wiener- Hopf
equations, Error Performance - Minimum Mean Square Error.

UNIT-III: Searching the performance surface – Methods & Ideas of Gradient Search
methods -Gradient Searching Algorithm & its Solution - Stability & Rate of convergence -
Learning Curves.

UNIT-IV: Steepest Descent Algorithms: Gradient Search by Newton’s Method, Method of


SteepestDescent, Comparison of Learning Curves.

UNIT-V: LMS Algorithm & Applications: Overview - LMS Adaptation algorithms,


Stability &Performance analysis of LMS Algorithms - LMS Gradient & Stochastic
algorithms - Convergence of LMS algorithm. Applications: Noise cancellation –
Cancellation of Echoes in long distance telephone circuits,Adaptive Beam forming.

UNIT-VI: Kalman Filtering: Introduction to RLS Algorithm, Statement of Kalman filtering


problem, TheInnovation Process, Estimation of State using the Innovation Process-
Expression of Kalman Gain, Filtering Examples using Kalman filtering.

References/Text Books:
1. Adaptive Signal Processing - Bernard Widrow, Samuel D.Strearns, 2005, PE.
2. Adaptive Filter Theory - Simon Haykin-, 4th Ed., 2002, PE Asia.
3. Optimum signal processing: An introduction - Sophocles. J. Orfamadis, 2nd Ed., 1988,
McGraw-Hill, New York
4. Adaptive signal processing-Theory and Applications - S.Thomas Alexander, 1986,
Springer –Verlag.
5. Signal analysis – Candy, Mc Graw Hill Int. Student Edition
6. James V. Candy - Signal Processing: A Modern Approach, McGraw-Hill, International
Edition, 1988.

Course Course Name: No. of L T P


Year & Semester:
Code: Biomedical Signal Credits:
E4S1 2 2 0
EC4506 Processing 4

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UNIT-I: Fundamentals of Discrete-Time signals and systems: Concepts of system, signal.
Sampling Process. Impulse Response. Z-Transform, Discrete Transfer function, Discrete
Fourier Transform(DFT), Fast Fourier Transform(FFT). Medical Applications.

UNIT-II: The Electroencephalogram(EEG)-I: Applications, Signal Processing, Modeling


and Artifacts. Nonparametric and Model-based spectral analysis, EEG segmentation, Joint
Time-Frequency Analysis.

UNIT-III: The Electroencephalogram(EEG)-II: Evoked Potential Modalities, Noise


Characteristics, Noise reduction by Ensemble Averaging and Linear Filtering, Single-Trail
Analysis and adaptive Analysis Using Basis Functions

UNIT-IV: Wavelets: Continuous Wavelet Transform. Discrete wavelet transform.


Reconstruction. Recursive multi resolution decomposition. Types of wavelets-Haar wavelet,
Daubechies wavelet, Biorthogonal wavelet. Coislet wavelet, Morlet wavelet, Mexican Hat
wavelet, Symlet wavelet. Medical applications

UNIT-V: The Electromyogram (EMG): The electrical Activity of Muscles, Amplitude


Estimation in the surface EMG, Spectral Analysis of the surface EMG, Conduction velocity
Estimation, Modeling the EMG, EMG Signal Decomposition.

UNIT-VI: The Electrocardiogram(ECG): Heart Rhythms, Heart beat Morphologies, Noise


and Artifacts, Baseline Wander, Power line interference, Muscle Noise Filtering, QRS
Detection, Wave Delineation, Data Compression, Heart Rate Variability, Acquisition and RR
Interval conditioning , Spectral Analysis of Heart Rate Variability.

TEXTBOOKS:
1. Leif Sornmo and Pablo Laguna, Bioelectrical Signal Processing in Cardiac and
Neurological Applications, Academic Press, 2005
2. Willis J. Tompkins, Biomedical Digital Signal Processing, Prentice-Hall, 1993.

REFERENCES:
1. Rangaraj M. Rangayyan, Akay Metin(Editor),Biomedical Signal Analysis: A Case Study
Approach, Wiley Interscience, 2001.

Year & Semester: Course Code: Course Name: No. of Credits: L T P


E4S1 EC4507 Speech Processing 4 2 2 0

UNIT-I: Fundamentals of Digital Speech processing: Anatomy and physiology of speech


organs, the process of speech production, the acoustic theory of speech production, Digital
models for speech signals.

UNIT-II: Time domain models for speech processing: introduction- window


considerations, short time energy and average magnitude, short time average zero crossing
rate , Speech vs silence discrimination using average energy and zero crossing, Pitch period
estimation using parallel processing approach. The short time autocorrelation function, The
short time average magnitude difference function, Pitch period estimation using the
autocorrelation function.

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UNIT-III: Linear Predictive Coding(LPC) Analysis: Basic principles of linear predictive


analysis: The autocorrelation methos, the Covariance method, Solution of LPC equations,
cholesky decomposition, solution for covariance method, Durbin’s recursive solution for the
Autocorrelation equations, Comparison between the methods of solution of the LPC analysis
equations, Applications of LPC parameters: Pitch Detection using LPC parameters, Format
analysis using LPC Parameters.

UNIT-IV: Homomorphic speech processing: Introduction, Homomorphic systems for


convolution, properties of the complex cepstrum, computational considerations, the complex
cepstrum of speech, Pitch detection, Formant estimation, The Homomorphic vocoder.

Speech enhancement: Nature of interfering sounds, speech enhancement techniques,


spectral subtraction, and enhancement by re-synthesis.

UNIT-V: Automatic speech recognition: Basic pattern recognition approaches, parametric


representation of speech, evaluating the similarity of speech patterns, Isolated digit
recognition system, continuous digit recognition system.
Speaker recognition: Recognition techniques, features that distinguish speakers, Speaker
recognition systems, Speaker verification system, speaker identification system.

UNIT-VI: Hidden Markov model (HMM) for speech: Hidden Markov model (HMM) for
speech recognition, Viterbi algorithm, Training and testing using HMMS, Adapting to
variability in speech, Language models.

References/Text Books:
1. L.R Rabiner and S.W.Schafer ,“ Digital processing of speech signals”, Pearson.
2. 2.Douglas O. Shaughnessy, “ Speech Communication”, Second edition, Oxford university
press,2000.

Year & Semester: Course Code: Course Name: No. of Credits: L T P


E4S2 EC4601 Antenna Engineering 4 2 2 0

UNIT-I: Fundamental concepts of Antennas Introduction, Role of an Antenna in


communication, Historical Advancement, Types of Antennas Physical concept of Radiation,
Radiation Pattern, Near and Far-field regions ,Radiation Power density, Radiation intensity,
Beam Width, Directivity, Antenna Efficiency, Gain of an Antenna, Beam efficiency, Band
width, Polarization, Input Impedance, Antenna Radiation Efficiency, Maximum Directivity
and Maximum Effective area, Friis Transmission Equation and Radar Range Equation.
Background and brightness temperature, Antenna Noise temperature ,G/T ratio, system
temperature and signal to noise ratioRadiation Integrals and Auxiliary Potential Functions.

UNIT-II: Linear Wire and Loop Antennas Infinitesimal Dipole, Small Dipole, Finite
Length Dipole, Half wave length Dipole, Linear Elements Near or on Infinite Perfect
Conductors, Small Circular loop and loop antenna.

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UNIT-III: Array Antennas Introduction to array, Two-Elemental Array, Array Factor, N-
Element Linear Array: Uniform Amplitude and Spacing, N-Element Linear Array:
Directivity, Design Procedure, Broad Side and End-Fire Array, Planar Array.

UNIT-IV: Broad Band Antennas and Horn Antennas Concept of Broad Band, Log-
Periodic Antennas, Frequency Independent Antennas, E-plane Sectoral Horn, H-plane
Sectoral Horn, Pyramidal Horn, and their properties.

UNIT-V: Microstrip and Reflector Antennas Basic Characteristics of Microstrip Antenna,


Different types Feeding methods, Design of Rectangular Patch and Circular Patch Antennas.
Introduction to Reflector, Plane Reflector, Corner Reflector, Parabolic Reflector, Spherical
Reflector.

UNIT-VI: Radio wave Propagation Antenna located over flat earth, spherical earth
coverage diagrams, field diffraction zones and losses, surface wave propagation, ionospheric
propagation, microwave and millimeter wave propagation, scattering by rain, tropospheric
scatter propagation, propagation into sea water, atmosphere ducts and non-standard
refractions

References/Text Books:
1. C.A Balanis, “Antenna Theory and Design”, 3rd Ed, John Wiley& Sons, 2015.
2. R.E.Collin, Antenna and Radiowave Propagation, McGraw-Hill, New York,1985.
3. 3.John D.Kraus “Antennas” McGraw-Hill series ,2nd edition,1988

4. W L Stutzman, and G.A Thiele, “Antenna Theory and Design”, 2nd Ed.,John Wiley
&sons.,1998.
5. R.S.Elliot, ” Antenna Theory and Design”, Revised edition,Wiley IEEE-Press.,2003.
6. E.Jordan and K.Balmain, ”Electromagnetic Waves and Radiating Systems”, Prentice-hall,
New York, 1968.
7. 3.R Garg,” Design of Microstip Antenna”, McGraw-Hill, New York, 1991
Video Lectures (Web Links):
1.http://nptel.ac.in/courses/117101056/

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Semester: Code: Processes and Time Credits: 2 2 0
E4S2 EC4602 Series Analysis 4

UNIT -I: Stationary Random Processes from a Probability Point of View: Probability
Density and Probability Distribution Functions of a Random Variable, Expected Value of
Random Variable.

UNIT-II: System analysis of Random variables: Markov and Chebyshev Inequalities,


Computer Methods for Generating Random Variables, Multidimensional Random variables,
Chi-square tests of hypotheses concerning distribution.

UNIT -III: Random Processes Analyzed in the Time Domain: Continuous and Discrete
Time, Stationarity, Auto Covariance and Auto Correlation functions, Continuity,
differentiation, Integrals of Random Processes Some special cases: The Poisson process, the
Normal (Gaussian) Process

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UNIT -IV: Random Processes Analyzed in the Frequency Domain: The Fourier
Transform, SpectralDensity, The Cross Power Spectral Density Linear Systems with random
input: Impulse response, Transfer function, the relation between the spectral density for the
input and for the output

UNIT -V: Markov Chains: Markov Processes: Discrete time Markov chains, state transition
probabilitymatrix, n-step state transition probability, transition diagrams, classification of
states, limiting state probabilities, Continuous-time Markov chains, Gambler’s ruin as a
Markov chains

UNIT -VI: Basic Queuing Theory: Elements of a Queueing System, Little’s Formula,
M/M/1, Queue- DelayDistribution in M/M/1 System, M/M/1 System with Finite Capacity,
M/G/1 Queueing system-Residual Service Time, Mean Delay in M/G/1 Systems.

References/Text Books:
1. Probability, Random Variables, and Random Signal Principles – Peebles, P. Z (1993)-
Third edition or later – New York – McGraw-Hill
2. Fundamentals of Applied Probability and Random Processes – Oliver C. Ibe, Elsevier,
2009
3. Probability and Random Processes for Electrical Engineering - Alberto Leon-Garcia, 2nd
Ed, Pearson
4. Probability, Random Variables and Stochastic Processes – Athanasios Papoulis, S.

Unnikrishna Pillai – TMH, 2008


5. Probability and Random Processes with Applications to Signal Processing – Henry Stark,
John W. Woods, 3rd Edition, Pearson
6. Probability and Stochastic Processes – A Friendly Introduction for Electrical and
Computer Engineers – Roy D. Yates, David J. Goodman

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Year & Semester:
Code: Statistical Signal Credits:
E4S2 2 2 0
EC4603 processing 4

UNIT-I: SIGNAL MODELS AND CHARACTERIZATION: Types and properties of


statistical models for signals and how they relate to signal processing, common second-order
methods of characterizing signals.

UNIT-II: STOCHASTIC PROCESSES: Wide sense stationary processes, orthogonal


increment processes, Wiener process, and the Poisson process, Doob decomposition, KL
expansion. Ergodicity, Mean square continuity, mean square derivative and mean square
integral of stochastic processes.

UNIT-III: SPECTRAL ESTIMATION: Moving average (MA), autoregressive (AR),


autoregressive moving average (ARMA), various non-parametric approaches, non-parametric
methods for estimation of power spectral density, autocorrelation,cross-correlation, transfer
functions, and coherence from finite signal samples.

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UNIT-IV: PARAMETRIC SIGNAL MODELING AND ESTIMATION: A review on
random processes, A review on filtering random processes, Examples, Maximum likelihood
estimation, maximum a posterior estimation, Cramer-Rao bound Pisarenko, MUSIC,
ESPRIT, Higher order statistics.

UNIT-V: OPTIMUM LINEAR FILTERS: Linear Mean square error estimation, optimum
IIR filters, optimum IIR filters, Inverse filtering and deconvolution, order recursive
algorithms for optimum FIR filters, Algorithms of Levinsion, Levinsion-Durbin and Schiir,
Triangularization and inversion of Toeplitz matrices, Wiener filtering and Kalman filtering.

UNIT-VI: LEAST SQUARES ESTIMATION: Least –squares error estimation, Least –


squares Signal estimation, LS computation using the Normal equations, least-squares
computation using orthogonalization Techniques and singular value decomposition.

References/Text Books:
1. D.G. Manolakis, V.K. Ingle, S.M. Kogon, “Statistical and AdaptiveSignal Processing”,
2000.
2. Monsoon H.Hayes, “Statistical Digital Signal Processing andModeling”, New York, USA:
Wiley, 1996.
3. Papoulis, probability, “Random variables and StochasticProcesses”, 2nd Ed., McGraw
Hill, 1983.
4. Steven M. Kay, “Fundamentals of Statistical Signal Processing:Estimation theory”, Upper:
Prentice-Hall, 1993.
5. J.G. Proakis, C.M. Rader, F. Ling, C.L. Nikias, M. Moonen, I.K. Proudler, “Algorithms for

Statistical Signal Processing”, 2002.

Course Code: Course Name: No. of Credits: L T P


EC4604 Spread spectrum Communications 4 2 2 0

UNIT-I: Fundamentals of Spread Spectrum: General concepts, Direct sequence (DS), Bi-
phase and quadriphase modulations, Pseudo noise (PN) signal characteristics, Direct
Sequence receiver, FrequencyHopping – transmitter, receiver, Time Hopping, Comparison of
modulation methods.

UNIT-II: Analysis of Direct-Sequence & Avoidance type Spread Spectrum Systems:


Properties of PNsequences, Properties of m-sequences, Partial Correlation, PN signals from
PN sequences, Partial correlation of PN signals, Generation of PN signal, Despreading the
PN signal, Interference rejection, Output Signal – to – Noise ratio, Antijam characteristics,
Interception, Energy and Bandwidth efficiency. The frequency hopped signal, Interference
rejection in a Frequency – Hopping receiver, The Time-Hopped Signal.

UNIT-III: Generation and Detection of Spread Spectrum Signals-I:Shift register


sequence generators, Discrete-Frequency Synthesis, Saw device PN generators, Charge
coupled devices, Coherent Direct –sequence receivers, Other methods of carrier tracking,
Delay lock loop analysis, Tau-Dither loop,

UNIT-IV: Generation and Detection of Spread Spectrum Signals-II: Coherent carrier


tracking, Non-coherent frequency hop receiver, Acquisition of Spread Spectrum Signals,

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Acquisition by cell-by-cell searching, Reduction of Acquisition time, Acquisition with
matched filter, Matched filters for PN sequences, Matched filters for Frequency Hopped
signals, Matched filters with acquisition aiding waveforms.

UNIT-V: Application of Spread Spectrum to Communications: General characteristics of


Spread spectrum, Multiple access considerations – number of active users (equal powers),
number of active users (unequal powers), bandwidth limited channels, power limited
channels, Energy and bandwidth efficiency in multiple access, Selective calling and
identification, Antijam considerations, Jammingdirect-sequence systems, Jamming Frequency
– Hopping Systems, Intercept considerations.

UNIT VI: CDMA Digital Cellular Systems: Introduction, Cellular radio concept, CDMA
Digital cellular systems, Specific examples of CDMA digital cellular systems based on 2G,
and 3G standards and their technical specifications.

Text Books:
1. George. R. Cooper and Clare D. McGillem, “Modren Communications and Spread
Spectrum”,
2. McGraw – Hill Book Company, 1986.
3. Roger L. Peterson, Rodger E. Ziemer & David E. Borth, “Introduction to Spread Spectrum
4. Communications”, McGraw Hill, 2011.
5. Reference Books:
6. Dr. Kamilo Feher, “Wireless Digital Communications – Modulation & Spread Spectrum
7. Applications”, PHI, 1999.

8. T. S. Rappaport, “Wireless Communications – Principles and Practice,” PHI, 2001.


9. Upena Dalal, “Wireless Communication”, Oxford Higher Educatiion, 2009.
10. Andrea Goldsmith “Wireles Communications”, Cambridge University Press, 2005.

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Year & Semester:
Code: Information Theory and Credits:
E4S2 2 2 0
EC4605 coding 4

UNIT-I Information Theory Uncertainty, Information, Entropy, Discrete Memoryless


Channel, Mutual Information, Channel Capacity,Shannon’s Theorems,Gaussian Channel,
Limits to Communication

UNIT-II Linear Block Codes Groups, Fields and Vector Spaces,Construction of Galois
Fields of Prime Order,Syndrome Error Detection,Standard Array and Syndrome Decoding
Hamming Codes

UNIT-III Cyclic Codes Polynomial Representation of Codewords,Generator Polynomial,


Systematic Codes,Generator Matrix, Syndrome Calculation and Error Detection, Decoding
of Cyclic Codes

UNIT-IV Structure and Properties of Convolutional Codes Convolutional Encoder


Representation, Tree, Trellis, and State Diagrams, Distance Properties of Convolutional
Codes, Punctured Convolutional Codes and Rate Compatible Schemes.

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UNIT-V Decoding of Convolutional Codes Maximum Likelihood Detection, The Viterbi
Algorithm Automatic Repeat Request Strategies Basic Techniques, Hybrid ARQ

UNIT- VI Introduction to Cryptography History. Overview of cryptography, Simple


classical cryptosystems Cryptanalysis.

Text books
1.Robrt G. Gallager, “Information Theory and reliable Communication” , John Wiley and
sons,1968
2.Steven,Roman, “ Coding and Information Theory”, Springer Publications.

Year & Semester: Course Code: Course Name: No. of Credits: L T P


E4S2 EC4606 Computer networks 4 2 2 0

UNIT-I: Theoretical basis for communication, Maximum data rate of channel,


communications media, Network goals, Application of networks, protocol hierarchies, OSI
reference model, Design issues forthe layers in the model, Modulation and keying
alternatives, multiplexing, modems, parallel and serial data transmission, handshake
procedures, RS 232C, V.14/V.28, RS 449 interfaces, X.21, IEEE protocols, Link switching
techniques.

UNIT-II: Local Area Networks: Local communication alternatives, static and dynamic
channel allocation in LANs, the ALOHA protocols, LAN protocols, IEEE logical link
control, Ethernet, Token bus and Token ring protocols.

UNIT-III: Data link layer: Design issues, Error detection and correction, sliding window
protocols, Wide area network standards, SDLC, HDLC, X.25 protocols.

UNIT-IV: Network layer Design issues, Routing algorithms, congestion control algorithms,
Internetworking, Transport layer design issues, connection management, Transport protocol
X.25, session layer design issues, Remote procedure cell.

UNIT-V: Presentation layer, Abstract syntax notation, Data compression techniques,


Cryptography, Application such as file transfer, Electronic mail and virtual terminals, X.400
protocol for electrical messaging, overview of ARPANET, MAP, TOP, Novell Netware,
PC/NOS, unix support for networking.

UNIT VI: World wide web, web browsers, web servers, uniform resource locator, Home
pages, Basics of HTML, creating links, Anatomy of URL and kinds of URLs, HTML
assignments, Editors and converters, New features of HTML, creating tables, Using images,
Using external media, writing and designing web pages, Introduction to CGI scripts.

Text Books:
1. Andrew S Tenenbaum, “Computer Networks”, PHI, 3rd edition, 1997.
2. Laura Lemay, web publishing with HTML 3.0, PHI, 2nd edition, 1996.

Reference Books:
1. Michael A. Gallo, William M. Hancock, “Computer Communications and Networking
2. Technologies”, Cengage Learning.

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3. Natalia Olifer, Victor Olifer, “Computer Networks-Principles, Technologies and Protocols
for Network Design”, Wiley India.
4. Behrouz A. Forouzan, “Data Communications and Networking”, Tata McGraw Hill, 4th
Edition.
5. Nader F. Mir, “Computer and Communication Networks”, Pearson Education.

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