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IV Semester (3-sections)

2nd year/4th Semester

HOURS/WEEK MARKS Credits

Sub Code Subject L T P INT EXT TOTAL

TDT 252 Aptitude-IV 0 2 0 40 60 100 1

AMT 254 Applied Engg. Mathmatics -III 3 1 0 40 60 100 3.5

ECT 252 Analog Communication 3 0 0 40 60 100 3

ECT 253 Signals and Systems 3 1 0 40 60 100 3.5

ECT 254 Microprocessor 3 0 0 40 60 100 3

ECT 255 Data Structures 2 0 0 40 60 100 2

ECP 256 Signals and Systems Lab 0 0 2 60 40 100 1

ECP 257 Analog Communication Lab 0 0 2 60 40 100 1

ECP 258 Microprocessor Lab 0 0 2 60 40 100 1

ECR 259 Project 0 0 4 60 40 100 2

Total 14 4 10 21
Mandatory non-Graded
4
Courses
ECY 261 Data Structures Lab 0 0 4 40 60 100 2

ECY 262 Arduino based System Design 0 0 4 40 60 100 2


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APPLIED ENGG. MATHEMATICS-


L T P C
III
Subject Code Total contact hours : 39 Hrs 3 1 0 3.5
AMT-254 Applicable to branches :(Batch 2016 Reg, LEET ECE,semester 4th
2017)
Prerequisite: Knowledge of mathematics up to senior secondary
level.
Marks
Internal (40) External (60)
PURPOSE
To impart analytical ability in solving mathematical problems as applied to the respective
branch of Engineering
Unit INSTRUCTIONAL OBJECTIVES
1. To introduce the concept of Fourier series & Fourier transforms.

2. To introduce the concept of partial differential equations and its application

3. To study the concept of functions of complex variable.


Contents of the Syllabus
Unit – I
Fourier series: Periodic functions, Euler’s formula even and odd functions, half range series
expansions, Fourier series of different wave forms. [5]
Fourier transform: Fourier integral, Fourier sine & cosine transform & their inversion formulas,
complex Fourier transform & its inversion formula, properties of Fourier transform, convolution
theorem for Fourier transform and applications. [8]
Unit – II
Partial differential equations: Formation of partial differential equations, linear partial differential
equations, Lagrange’s method of multipliers. [7]
Applications of partial differential equations: Classification of partial differential equations,
method of separation of variables, applications like wave equation and heat conduction equation in
one dimension, two dimensional laplace equation solution by the method of separation of variables
[6]
Unit – III
Functions of Complex Variable : Analytic functions, Cauchy- Riemann equation, Conformal
Mapping, standard Transformation, Cauchy’s Theorem , Cauchy’s integral formula and its
derivative, Singular points, poles, residue, complex integration on circular contour by using method
of residues. [13]
Text Books:
1. Kreyszig , E., Advanced Engineering Mathematics, John Wiley,10th Ed.2011.
2. Jain, R.K. and Iyengar, S.R.K., Advanced Engineering Mathematics, Narosa Publishing
House, New Delhi, 2004, 3rd Edition.
Reference Material:
1. Ray Wylie, C., Advanced Engineering Mathematics, 6th ed., McGraw Hill.
2. Grewal, B.S., Higher Engineering Mathematics, Khanna Publishers, New Delhi, 40th
ed.2012.
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3. Ramana , B.V Advanced Engineering Mathematics, McGraw Hill, July 2006.


Instructions for the paper-setter
Please go through these instructions thoroughly and follow the same pattern while setting the
paper as the students have been prepared according to this format.
Maximum Marks = 60 Time: 3 Hrs
The syllabus has been divided into three equal units. The paper setter is required to set ten
questions in all, three questions from each unit and a compulsory question consisting of five
sub parts and based on the whole syllabus. The candidate will be required to attempt six
questions including the compulsory question number no 1 and not more than two questions
from each unit.
AMT-254 APPLIED ENGG. MATHEMATICS-III
Department
Teaching the Department of Applied Sciences
Subject
Program Outcome a b c d e f g h i j k
Mapping of Course
outcome with I,II,III
Program outcome
BS ES PD PC PE OE Project/Training
Category

Approval Date of meeting of the Board of Studies
The Students outcomes are:
a) An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, and engineering.
b) An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data.
c) An ability to design a system, component or process to meet desired needs within realistic
constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety,
manufacturability, and sustainability.
d) An ability to function on multidisciplinary teams.
e) An ability to identify, formulates, and solves engineering problems.
f) An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility.
g) An ability to communication effectively.
h) The board education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in global,
economic, environmental, and societal context.
i) Recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning.
j) Knowledge of contemporary issues.
k) An ability to use the techniques skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for
engineering practice
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ANALOG COMMUNICATION L T P C
Total Contact Hours : 48
3 0 0 3
ECT-252 Applicable to which branch: ECE
Prerequisite: Fourier Transform, Analog Electronics.

Marks
Internal 40 External 60
Course Objective
1. Analyze the types of modulators.
2. Analyze and design the analog modulator and demodulator circuits.
3. Demonstrate about Time and frequency division multiplexing techniques

Course Outcome
Develop a fundamental understanding of communication and signal processing
1.
techniques with emphasis to the Analog communications.
Signal Modulation (amplitude, frequency, and phase) and transmission techniques
2.
(baseband, bandpass).
3. Understand practical communication systems.
Content of the Syllabus
Unit-I
Introduction:
Elements of Communication System, Noise and its types, Primary Communication
Resources. [4]
Modulation Techniques:
Modulation and Demodulation and its Need, Mathematical Analysis of amplitude
modulation, AM power calculations, current calculation, Angle modulation and its
mathematical analysis, Narrow band FM, Wide band FM. [8]
AM Transmission:
Generation of Amplitude Modulation and its types Low level and high level modulation,
Basic principle of AM generation, Square law modulation, Amplitude modulation in
amplifier circuits, Suppressed carrier AM generation (Balanced Modulator) ring Modulator,
Product Modulator/balanced Modulator. [4]

Unit-II
SSB Transmission:
Introduction, Advantages of SSB Transmission, Generation of SSB, The Filter method The
Phase Shift Method, The Third Method, Independent Side-band Systems (ISB), Vestigial
Side-band Modulation (VSB). [5]
AM Reception:
Receiver Characteristics, Tuned Ratio Frequency (TRF) Receiver, Super heterodyne
Receiver, AM detector, AM detector with AGC, AM receiver using a phase locked loop
(PLL). [7]
SSB Reception:
SSB Product Demodulator, Balanced Modulator as SSB Demodulator, ISB/Suppressed
Carrier Receiver. [4]
Unit-III
FM Transmission:
FM allocation standards, Generation of FM by direct method, Varactor diode Modulator,
Indirect generation of FM, The Armstrong method, Reactance Modulator FM transmitter, FM
stereo transmitter. [4]
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FM Reception:
Direct methods of Frequency demodulation, frequency discrimination (Balanced
slope detector), Foster Seely of phase discriminator, Indirect method of FM demodulation,
FM detector using PLL, Zero crossing detector as a Frequency Demodulator, Pre-emphasis
de-emphasis, The FM receiver, FM stereo receiver [8]
Pulse Modulation:
Introduction, sampling, types of Pulse Modulation Techniques. [5]

Text Books
1. Haykin, S., Communication Systems, John Willey (2009) 4th ed.
2. Proakis, J. G. and Salehi, M., Fundamentals of Communication Systems, Dorling
Kindersley (2008) 2nd ed.

Reference Books
1. Taub, H., Principles of Communication Systems, McGraw-Hill (2008) 3rd ed.
2. Kennedy, G., Electronic Communication Systems, McGraw-Hill (2008) 4th ed.
3. Wayen Tomasi, Electronic Communication Systems, Pearson publication.5 th ed.

ECT-252 ANALOG COMMUNICATION


Department Teaching
ECE
the Subject
a b c d E f g h i j k
Program Outcome
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outcome with Program
outcome
Project/
BS ES PD PC PE OE
Category Training

Approval Date of meeting of the Board of Studies

Instructions for paper setter.


The syllabus has been divided into three equal units. The paper setter is required to set Ten
questions in all, three questions from each unit and a compulsory question consisting of five
sub parts and based on the whole syllabus. The candidate will be required to attempt six
questions including the compulsory question number no 1 and not more than two questions
from each unit.

The Students outcomes are:


a) An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, and engineering.
b) An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data.
c) An ability to design a system, component or process to meet desired needs within realistic
constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety,
manufacturability, and sustainability.
d) An ability to function on multidisciplinary teams.
e) An ability to identify, formulates, and solves engineering problems.
f) An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility.
g) An ability to communication effectively.
h) The board education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in global,
economic, environmental, and societal context.
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i) Recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning.


j) Knowledge of contemporary issues.
k) An ability to use the techniques skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for
engineering practice
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Signals and Systems L T P C


Total Contact Hours 48
3 1 0 3.5
ECT-253 Applicable to which branch: ECE
Prerequisite: Knowledge of Fourier series and Transforms

Marks
Internal 40 External 60
Course Objective
Understand the nature of continuous and discrete time signals and their applications
1.
in engineering systems.
Apply the concepts of Fourier series representations to analyze continuous and
2.
discrete time periodic signals.
Understand and apply the Fourier Transform and Laplace Transform to the analysis
3.
and description of LTI systems.
Course Outcome
1. Understanding the fundamental characteristics of signals and systems.
Understanding signals and systems in terms of both the time/space and transform
2.
domains.
Development of the mathematical skills to solve problems involving convolution,
3.
filtering and sampling.

Contents of the Syllabus


Unit-I
Signals and Systems:
Introduction, Classifications of signals, transformation of independent variables, Elementary
Signals, continuous and discrete time systems, Basic system properties. (8)

Linear time invariant systems:


Introductions, discrete time LTI Systems: the convolution sum, continuous time LTI systems:
the convolution integral, properties of linear time invariant systems, casual LTI systems
described by differential and difference equations, singularity functions. (8)

Unit II

Fourier series representation of periodic signals:


Introduction, the response of LTI systems to complex exponentials, convergence of Fourier
series, properties of continuous time Fourier series, Fourier series representation of discrete
time periodic signals, properties of discrete time Fourier series, Fourier series and LTI
systems, Filtering. (8)

The continuous time Fourier transforms:


Introduction, representation of aperiodic signals: the continuous time Fourier transform,
Fourier transform for periodic signals, the convolution property, the multiplication property,
systems characterized by linear constant coefficient differential equations. (8)

Unit II

Sampling:
Introduction, representation of a continuous time signal by its samples: the sampling theorem,
reconstruction of a signal from its samples using interpolation, the effect of under sampling:
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Aliasing, discrete time processing of continuous time signals, sampling of discrete time
signals. (6)
The Laplace transform:
Introduction to Laplace transform, the region of convergence for Laplace transforms, the
inverse Laplace transform, properties of the Laplace transform, Laplace transform pairs,
analysis and characterization of LTI systems using the Laplace transform. (10)

Text Books:

1. Oppenheim and Willsky, Signals and Systems, Prentice Hall, 1997, 4th reprint.
2. B.P. Lathi, Principles of Linear Systems and Signals, Oxford University Press. 2nd ed.
3. P.D. Sharma, Introduction to modern communication theory,. New Chand and
Brothers Roorkee.

Reference Books:
1. Simon Haykin , Signal and Systems, Wiley student edition, 1997, 7th reprint.
2. S Salivahanan, A. Vallavaraj, C. Gnanapriya , Digital Signal Processing, McGraw
Hill International, 2001 ed.

ECT-253 Signals and Systems


Department
ECE
Teaching the Subject
a b c d e f g h i j k
Program Outcome
Mapping of Course
outcome with
Program outcome
Project/
BS ES PD PC PE OE
Category Training

Approval Date of meeting of the Board of Studies

The Students outcomes are:


a) An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, and engineering.
b) An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data.
c) An ability to design a system, component or process to meet desired needs within realistic
constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety,
manufacturability, and sustainability.
d) An ability to function on multidisciplinary teams.
e) An ability to identify, formulates, and solves engineering problems.
f) An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility.
g) An ability to communication effectively.
h) The board education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in global,
economic, environmental, and societal context.
i) Recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning.
j) Knowledge of contemporary issues.
k) An ability to use the techniques skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for
engineering practice
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Microprocessor L T P C
Total Contact Hours 43
3 0 0 3
ECT-254 Applicable to which branch: ECE
Prerequisite: Digital Electronics

Marks
Internal 40 External 60
Course Objective
To make students able to learn basics of Microprocessor technology and interface with real world
peripherals.
Course Outcome
1.
Describe the addressing modes of a sample microprocessor.

2. Describe a typical I/O interface and to discuss timing issues


3.
Know the advanced Microprocessor & its standards.

Contents of the Syllabus


Unit 1
Introduction: Evolution of Microprocessor (8085 to Pentium),Concept of buses, 8085-
internal architecture, 8085 pin diagram, Instruction cycle, Machine cycle, Timing diagrams,
addressing modes (6)
Instruction set: Classification of instruction set, Data Transfer, Arithmetic, Logical,
Branching instructions, Stack I/O and machine control (7)

Unit II
Assembly language programming:-Basic programs related to instructions, Sorting of arrays,
finding largest and smallest number. (3)
Peripherals: DMA(8257), PPI(8255),Programmable interval timer/counter. Programming
peripherals (10)
Unit III
Interfacing: Interfacing of 8085 with Keyboard, LED display, Traffic light control (4)
Introduction to 8086: Architecture and pin description, concept of memory segmentation,
pipelining and instruction queue (9)
Introduction to other Microprocessors: 80x86 family: architecture and pin description with
salient features. (4)

Text Books:
1. R.Gaonkar,”Microprocessor,architecture,Programming and applications with 8085”
Penram Publications
2. Barry B. Brey, “The 8085A Microprocessors: Architecture, Programming &
th
Interfacing” PHI, 6 Edition, 2003.
3. D. V. Hall, “Microprocessor and Interfacing Programming & Hardware” TMH
nd
–2 Edition.
4. Barry B. Brey, “The Intel Microprocessors: Architecture, Programming &
th
Interfacing” PHI, 6 Edition, 2003.

Reference Books:
1. Pal, “Microprocessors: Principles and Applications” McGraw-Hill Education 1989.
nd
2. Lice & Gibson, “Microcomputer System 8086 / 8088” PHI, 2 Edition.
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3. H. P. Messmer, “Family Architecture Programing & Design: The Indispensible PC


Hardware Book” Addison Wesley, 1997.

ECT-254 Microprocessor
Department Teaching
ECE
the Subject
a b c d e f g h I j k
Program Outcome
Mapping of Course
outcome with Program
outcome
Project/
BS ES PD PC PE OE
Category Training

Approval Date of meeting of the Board of Studies

Instructions for paper setter.


The syllabus has been divided into three equal units. The paper setter is required to set Ten
questions in all, three questions from each unit and a compulsory question consisting of five
sub parts and based on the whole syllabus. The candidate will be required to attempt six
questions including the compulsory question number no 1 and not more than two questions
from each unit.

The Students outcomes are:


a) An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, and engineering.
b) An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data.
c) An ability to design a system, component or process to meet desired needs within realistic
constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety,
manufacturability, and sustainability.
d) An ability to function on multidisciplinary teams.
e) An ability to identify, formulates, and solves engineering problems.
f) An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility.
g) An ability to communication effectively.
h) The board education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in global,
economic, environmental, and societal context.
i) Recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning.
j) Knowledge of contemporary issues.
k) An ability to use the techniques skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for
engineering practice
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DATA STRUCTURES L T P C
Total Contact Hours 35
2 0 0 2
ECT 255 Applicable to which branch ECE
Prerequisite Object oriented programming in C++

Marks
Internal 40 External 60
Course Objectives
To teach efficient storage mechanisms of data for an easy access.
To design and implementation of various basic and advanced data structures.
To introduce various techniques for representation of the data in the real world.
To develop application using data structures.
Course Outcomes
Student will be able to choose appropriate data structure as applied to specified problem
definition.
Student will be able to handle operations like searching, insertion, deletion, traversing
mechanism etc. on various data structures.
Students will be able to use linear and non-linear data structures like stacks, queues , linked
list etc.
Content of the Syllabus
Unit I
Introduction: Concept of data and information, Introduction to Data Structures, Types of data
structure: Linear and non-linear data structures, operations on Data Structures, Algorithm
complexity, Time-space trade off, asymptotic notations [5]
Arrays: Basic terminology, Linear arrays and their representation, Traversing Linear Array,
Insertion & Deletion in arrays, searching – linear search, binary search, sorting – insertion
sort with complexity , selection sort with complexity , bubble sort with complexity, Multi-
dimensional arrays and their representation in Row major and Column major Format.
[6]
Unit II
Linked List: Linear linked list, Representation of Linked Lists in Memory, Traversing a
linked list, searching a linked list, insertion in & deletion from linked list, Header Linked
List, doubly linked list and complexity analysis of each algorithm used in singly linked List,
Application of linked lists. [6]
Stacks: Basic terminology, Sequential and linked representations, Operations on stacks:
PUSH & POP, Applications of stacks (postfix, prefix and recursion) [3]
Queues: Linear queue, Sequential and linked representation of Linear queue, Operations on
queue, Priority queue, Quick Sort Algorithm. [3]
Unit III
Graphs: Graph Theory terminology, sequential representation of graphs (adjacency matrix,
Path Matrix), traversing a graph, Operations on Graph. DFS, BFS algorithm.
[6]
Trees: Basic terminology, Binary Trees, Representation of Binary Trees in Memory,
traversing Binary Trees, Binary Search trees, Searching, Inserting & Deleting in Binary
Search Trees. [4]
Hashing: Hash Table, Hash Functions, Collision Resolution Strategies, Hash Table
Implementation. [2]
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Text Books:
1. Lipschutz, Seymour, “Data Structures”, Schaum's Outline Series, Tata McGraw Hill.
2. Augenstein , Moshe J , Tenenbaum , Aaron M, “Data Structures using C and C++”,
Prentice Hall of India.
3. Aho, Alfred V., Ullman, Jeffrey D., Hopcroft ,John E. “Data Structures and
Algorithms”, Addison Wesley.
Reference books:
1. Goodrich, Michael T., Tamassia, Roberto, and Mount, David M., “Data Structures
and Algorithms in C++”, Wiley Student Edition.
2. Kruse, Robort L., Leung, Bruce P., Tondo, Cluvis L. “Data Structures
and Program Design in C”, Prentice Hall of India.
ECT 255 DATA STRUCTURES
Department Teaching
ECE
the Subject
a b c d e f g h i j k
Program Outcome
Mapping of Course
outcome with Program
outcome
Project/
BS ES PD PC PE OE
Category Training

Approval Date of meeting of the Board of Studies
Instructions for paper setter.
The syllabus has been divided into three equal units. The paper setter is required to set Ten
questions in all, three questions from each unit and a compulsory question consisting of five
sub parts and based on the whole syllabus. The candidate will be required to attempt six
questions including the compulsory question number no 1 and not more than two questions
from each unit.
The Students outcomes are:
a) An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, and engineering.
b) An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data.
c) An ability to design a system, component or process to meet desired needs within realistic
constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety,
manufacturability, and sustainability.
d) An ability to function on multidisciplinary teams.
e) An ability to identify, formulates, and solves engineering problems.
f) An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility.
g) An ability to communication effectively.
h) The board education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in global,
economic, environmental, and societal context.
i) Recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning.
j) Knowledge of contemporary issues.
k) An ability to use the techniques skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for
engineering practice
Jan – June 2018 Teaching Syllabus

Analog Communication lab L T P C


Total Contact Hours 24
0 0 2 1
ECP-257 Applicable to which branch ECE
Prerequisite:

Marks
Internal 60 External 40
Course Objective
Understand the basic concepts of AM, FM, and PM transmission and reception.
Assess and evaluate different modulation and demodulation techniques

Course Outcome
Formulate and interpret the presentation and processing of signals in communication
1.
systems.

Evaluate fundamental communication system parameters, such as bandwidth, power, signal


2.
to quantization noise ratio and data rate.
Understanding practical implementation issues, such as non-ideal filters, non-ideal sampling
3. pulses, aliasing, and inter-symbol-interference (ISI)
Evaluate the influence of noise on communications signals
Content of the Syllabus
UNIT-1

1. Introduction to spectrum Analyzer and DSO.


2. Generation of DSB-FC AM signal for fc= 1MHz using balanced modulator (FJG
9069/MC 1496N) & determine modulation Index & Draw its frequency spectrum
using Spectrum Analyzer.
3. Generation of DSB-SC AM signal for fc= 1MHz using balanced & Draw its frequency
spectrum using Spectrum Analyzer.
4. Study of Frequency Division Multiplexing / Demultiplexing with sinusoidal & audio
inputs Using DSBSC.

UNIT-2

5. Detection of DSB- FC AM using Superhetrodyne receiver.


6. Detection of DSB-SC using Product Detector.
7. Generation of SSB AM signal & detection of SSB signal using product detector.
8. Generation & study of Analog TDM for at least 4 channels.

UNIT-3

9. To generate a FM Signal using Varactor(VCO IC 8038) & reactance modulation.


10. Detection of FM Signal using PLL(NE 565) & foster seelay & resonant detector.
11. To verify Sampling Theorem & implement circuits for reconstruction of Signal from
its samples using Natural Sampling, Flat Top Sampling.
12. To implement the circuit of PAM, PWM and PPM modulator & Demodulator on
breadboard and study their response on various pulses for modulating signal input of
1 KHz to 2 KHz and pulse output of 8 KHz to 64 KHz.

ECP-257 Analog Communication lab


Department Teaching ECE
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the Subject
a b c d E F g h i j k
Program Outcome
Mapping of Course
outcome with Program
outcome
Project/
BS ES PD PC PE OE
Category Training

Approval Date of meeting of the Board of Studies

The Students outcomes are:


a) An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, and engineering.
b) An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data.
c) An ability to design a system, component or process to meet desired needs within realistic
constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety,
manufacturability, and sustainability.
d) An ability to function on multidisciplinary teams.
e) An ability to identify, formulates, and solves engineering problems.
f) An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility.
g) An ability to communication effectively.
h) The board education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in global,
economic, environmental, and societal context.
i) Recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning.
j) Knowledge of contemporary issues.
k) An ability to use the techniques skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for
engineering practice
Jan – June 2018 Teaching Syllabus

Microprocessor Lab L T P C
Total Contact Hours 24
0 0 2 1
ECP 258 Applicable to which branch ECE
Prerequisite: Digital Electronics

Marks
Internal External
Course Objective
To become familiar with the architecture and Instruction set of Intel 8085 microprocessor.
To provide practical hands on experience with Assembly Language Programming.
To familiarize the students with interfacing of various peripheral devices with 8085.
Course Outcome
1. Analyze instruction sets of 8085
Analyze timing sequence of different instruction and applying programming in the
2.
instruction sets of microprocessors.
3. Identify and explain the operations of peripherals interfaced with microprocessors.

Content of the Syllabus


1. To study 8085-microprocessor trainer kit.
2. Addition of two 8-bit numbers; sum 8 bits
3. Addition of two 16 bit number; sum 16- bits.
4. Subtraction of two 8-bit numbers; result 8 bits.
5. Subtraction of two-16 bit numbers; sum 16 bits.
6. Find one’s complement of an 8-bit number.
7. Find one’s complement of a 16-bit number
8. Find two’s complement of a 8-bit number.
9. Find two’s complement of a 16- bit number.
10. Shift an 8 -bit number to left by 1- bit.
11. Shift an 8-bit number to left by 2-bits.
12. Mask of least significant 4 bits of an 8-bit number
13. Mask of most significant 4 bits of an 8-bit number.
14. Find the smaller out of two numbers.
15. Find the smaller number in a data array.

ECP 258 Microprocessor Lab


Department Teaching
ECE
the Subject
a b c d e F g h i j k
Program Outcome
Mapping of Course
outcome with Program
outcome
Project/
BS ES PD PC PE OE
Category Training

Approval Date of meeting of the Board of Studies

The Students outcomes are:


a) An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, and engineering.
b) An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data.
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c) An ability to design a system, component or process to meet desired needs within realistic
constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety,
manufacturability, and sustainability.
d) An ability to function on multidisciplinary teams.
e) An ability to identify, formulates, and solves engineering problems.
f) An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility.
g) An ability to communication effectively.
h) The board education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in global,
economic, environmental, and societal context.
i) Recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning.
j) Knowledge of contemporary issues.
k) An ability to use the techniques skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for
engineering practice
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Name of the subject : APTITUDE 4 L T P C


Total Contact Hours -28Hours
Subject Code 0 2 0 1
Applicable to which branch -All Branches
TDT 252
Prerequisite-Aptitude 3

Marks
Internal 40 External 60
Course Objective
To Impart analytical ability in solving mathematical problems as applied to the respective branches of
Engineering
Course Outcome
To enhance the ability to answer the problems related to critical reasoning.
1.
To improve the concepts of comparison of two or more things and to generate the relation
2.
among them.
To improve the ability of students to make a decision from the given problems.
3.
Content of the Syllabus
Unit-I
1,Data interpretation: Concept of bar graph, pie charts, line graph, histogram etc.
2. Course of action: The questions in this section, thus, involve finding the appropriate
course of action, considering the problem or policy being talked about in the statement.
3.Caue and Effect: Concept of effect of one statement w.r.t. the cause of other statement.
4.Statement and assumption: Concept of a fact that can be accepted as true on considering
the contents of the given statements
Unit-II
5.Ratio and proportion: Concept of ratio of two or more quantities things and their
proportions.
6. Variation-direct and indirect: Concept of chain rule.
7.Partnership: How to find the ration of profit and share w.r.t. time and investment.
8.Polynomials and Algebraic expressions: Concepts zeros and roots, formulas of A and B.
9.Linear equations: How to find the value of given variable like x , y , z etc.
10.Problem on ages: Concept and rule of past , future and present line and how to find the
value of different variables.

Unit-III
11.Statements and conclusions: How to find conclusion of defined statement with the help
of short cut method and logical approach.
12.statements and arguments: How to answer the argument putted on the defined statement
with the help of short cut method and logical approach.
13.Cube cutting:How to find the number of smaller cubes with painted and unpainted sides
both.
14.Verbal classification:

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Category Training

Approval Date of meeting of the Board of Studies
Jan – June 2018 Teaching Syllabus

Name of the subject : SOFT SKILLS


L T P C
PRACTICAL
Subject Code Total Contact Hours
0 0 1 0.5
TDP 251 Applicable to which branch
Prerequisite

Marks
Internal External
Course Objective
To Impart soft skills practical knowledge to prepare the students for placements and make them industry
ready.
Course Outcome
To enhance the team management and effective decision making skills of the students.
1.
To build a positive attitude among students and enhance their personal grooming to suit the
2. corporate standards

To improve the telephonic etiquettes of students and build their negotiation skills. To help them
3. choose the right career and prepare accordingly.

Content of the Syllabus


Unit-I
LECTURE TUTORIAL ACTIVITY
NO. TOPIC S.NO ACTIVITY NAME
Discussion, videos and
1 Lateral thinking & Mind mapping 1 mind mapping game

Role plays : Application


2 Decision making & Problem solving 2 and simulation games

case study discussion &


3 Team building 3 Team games

Group presentations and


4 Effective Communication skills 4 Role Plays
Unit-II
SWOT Analysis & self
assessment
5 Attitude/positive attitude 5 questionnaire

6 Grooming & Dress code 6 Videos and discussion

Discussion and case


7 Induction to work culture 7 study

Brainstorming and
creating groups for idea
8 Brainstorming 8 generation
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Unit-III
Discussion & videos, typing
9 Telephone and e-mail etiquette 9 professional emails

10 Career guidance 10 Discussion and feed back

11 The art of negotiation 11 Role play

case studies, Discussion


12 Body Language basics 12 and Videos

Text Books -
1.How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie
2.The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People: Powerful Lessons in Personal Change by Stephen
R. Covey
3.The Effective Executive: The Definitive Guide to Getting the Right Things Done by Peter
F. Drucker
4.The One Minute Manager by Kenneth H. Blanchard
Course Code TDP 251 SOFT SKILLS PRACTICAL
Department Teaching
the Subject
a b c d e f g h i j k
Program Outcome
Mapping of Course
outcome with Program
outcome

BS ES PD PC PE OE Project/ Training
Category

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Data Structure Lab L T P C


Total Contact Hours: 30 - - 4 2
Subject Code- ECY
Applicable to which branch (ECE): Batch
261
2015
Pre-requisite: C++
Marks
Internal (60) External (40)
Course Objective
To teach efficient storage mechanisms of data for an easy access.
To design and implementation of various basic and advanced data structures.
To introduce various techniques for representation of the data in the real world.
To develop application using data structures.
Course Outcome
Students will be able to understand how to use:
1.
To implement various data structure and operations on them using C++.

2.
To implement various sorting and searching algorithms using C++.

To implement the concept of stack , queue , tree and graphs for proper utilization of
3.
memory
List of Experiments:

UNIT-I
1. Write a menu driven program that implement following operations (using separate
functions) on a linear array:
a) Insert a new element at end as well as at a given position
b) Delete an element from a given whose value is given or whose position is given
c) To find the location of a given element
d) To display the elements of the linear array
2. Program to demonstrate the use of linear search to search a given element in an array.
3. Program to demonstrate the use of binary search to search a given element in a sorted array
in
ascending order.
4. Program to sort an array of integers in ascending order using bubble sort.
5. Program to sort an array of integers in ascending order using insertion sort.
UNIT-II
6. Write a menu driven program that maintains a linear linked list whose elements are stored
in on ascending order and implements the following operations (using separate functions):
a) Insert a new element
b) Delete an existing element
c) Search an element
d) Display all the elements
7. Write a program to demonstrate the use of stack (implemented using linear array) in
converting arithmetic expression from infix notation to postfix notation.
8. Program to sort an array of integers in ascending order using quick sort.
9. Program to demonstration the implementation of various operations on a linear queue
represented using a linear array.
UNIT-III
10. Program to illustrate the implementation of different operations on a binary search tree.
11. Program to illustrate the traversal of graph using breadth-first search.
12. Program to illustrate the traversal of graph using depth-first search.
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Course Code - ECY


261
Data Structures Lab
Department Teaching
Electronics and Communication Engineering
the Subject
a b c d e f g h i j k
Program Outcome
Mapping of Course I, I,
outcome with Program II, II,
outcome III III
Project/
BS ES PD PC PE OE
Category Training

Approval Date of meeting of the Board of Studies 21 March 2016

The students outcomes are:


a) An ability to apply to apply knowledge of mathematics and engineering.
b) An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data.
c) An ability to design a system, component or process to meet desired needs without realistic
constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health & safety,
manufacturability and sustainability.
d) An ability to function on multidisciplinary teams.
e) An ability to identify formulates and solves engineering problems.
f) An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility.
g) An ability to communication effectively.
h) The board education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in global,
economic, environmental and societal context.
i) Recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning.
j) Knowledge of contemporary issues.
k) An ability to use the techniques skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for
engineering practice
Jan – June 2018 Teaching Syllabus

Arduino based System Design L T P C


Total Contact Hours – 48 Hours
ECY–262 0 0 4 2.0
Applicable to ECE
Pre-requisites: Programming in C

Marks
Internal 60 External (Departmental Committee) 40
Course Objective
To develop their own embedded system which is application specific to solve given real time
problem by using open source platform.
Course Outcome
Students in this class will develop fluency with the physics of small robots, an
1. understanding of physical inputs and outputs, and programming tools that enable
autonomous behavior.
Specific topics will include digital I/O, serial I/O protocols, and analog-to-digital
2. conversion and interrupt mechanisms. A lecture cum lab course format will be
employed to provide hands-on experience and active learning techniques.
Students will be able to develop applications like having sensing and decision
3.
making capabilities.

Unit – I Overview Embedded System and Microcontroller Architecture

Embedded system: Embedded System Characteristics & its examples, AVR microcontroller:
Types , Architecture Internal Architectural ,Block diagram of controller (ATmega 328)
,Essential Peripheral circuits: Crystal Circuit, Power supply, Oscillator Circuit.

Arduino: Birth, Open Source community , Functional Block Diagram of Arduino UNO ,
Functions of each Pin of Arduino UNO , Designing of 1st sketch ,Programming of an
Arduino

Unit – II Interface Digital and Analog I/O Devices

Basic Interfacing and I/O Concept , Digital vs. analog, voltage, denouncing, PWM using
Arduino Uno with programming, Digital : Interfacing LED, Switch, 7seg LED , 16x2 LCD
with programming ,Analog : Potentiometer , LM35 (Temperature Sensor) , LDR, Speaker,
with programming

Unit III Embedded system Applications using Arduino

Timers/counters with programming, Emphasis on various real world applications via


Interfacing Bluetooth and controlling by android phone. Interfacing RF transmitter/receiver
(2.4 Ghz). Interfacing Ultrasonic Sensor to calculate distance. Interfacing Motors , Computer
Keyboard with programming , Case study of applications

SUGGESTED LEARNING RESOURCES


Books
S. Title of Book Author Publication
No.
1. 30 Arduino Projects for Evil Simon Monk McGraw-Hill
Genius Professional
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2. Beginning Arduino Michael McRobetrs Technology in Action

3. Arduino For Teens Kathleen Patterson Course Technology

4. Make: Arduino Bots and Kimmo and Tero O’REILLY


Gadgets Karvine
5. Arduino Cookbook Michael Margolis O’REILLY

6. Arduino Internas Dale Wheat Technology in Action

7. Exploring Arduino Jeremy Blum. Wiley

8. Arduino Projects to save the Brian Evans Emery Premeaux


world
9. Arduino Robotics John-david, Warren Josh Technology in Action
Adams, Harald Molle
10. Beginning Arduino Brian Evans Technology in Action
Programming
11. Getting Started with Arduino Massimo Banzi O’REILLY

12. Practical Arduino : Cool Jonathan Oxer, Hugh Technology in Action


Projects for open source Blemings
hardware
13. Practical Arduino Engineering Harold Timmis Technology in Action

Software/Learning Websites

i. http://arduino.cc
ii. www.instructables.com/id/Arduino-Projects/
iii. http://www.jeremyblum.com/category/arduino-tutorials/
iv. https://learn.sparkfun.com/tutorials/what-is-an-arduino
v. http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Embedded_Systems
vi. https://www.udemy.com/blog/embedded-c-tutorial/

ECY 262 Arduino based System Design


Department Teaching
Electronics and Communication Engineering
the Subject
a b c d e f g h i j k
Program Outcome
Mapping of Course
outcome with Program
outcome
Project/
BS ES PD PC PE OE
Category Training

Date of meeting of the Board of Studies 9 May 2015 9 May 2015
Approval
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VI Semester (2-sections)

3rd year/6 th Semester

HOURS/WEEK MARKS Credits

Sub Code Subject L T P INT EXT TOTAL

ECT 351 Antennas and Wave Propagation 3 0 0 40 60 100 3

Wireless and Mobile 40 60 100


ECT 352 3 0 0 3
Communication

ECT 353 Digital Signal Processing 3 0 0 40 60 100 3

ECT 354 Linear Control Systems 2 0 0 40 60 100 2

XXO XXX Open Elective1 3 0 0 40 60 100 3

ECT 355 Microwave and RADAR 3 0 0 40 60 100 3

ECT 357 Network Operating System 3 0 0 40 60 100 3

ECT 356 Engineering Practice 0 2 0 40 60 100 1

ECP 357 Digital Signal Processing Lab 0 0 2 60 40 100 1

ECP 358 Microwave Lab 0 0 2 60 40 100 1

ECR 359 Project 0 0 2 60 40 100 1

Total 20 2 6 24
(MNG)
For Non-TPP Students
Hours Per
Marks
S.NO SUBJECT CODE SUBJECT NAME Week Credits
L T P INT EXT Total
1
TDY-351 Soft Skills 0 0 4 60 40 100 2
2 TDY-352 Aptitude 0 2 0 40 60 100 1
For Non-TPP Students
Hours Per
Marks
S.NO SUBJECT CODE SUBJECT NAME Week Credits
L T P INT EXT Total
Human Resource
1 ECY-351 3 0 0 40 60 100 3
Management
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Antenna and Wave Propagation L T P C


Total Contact Hours 42
3 0 0 3
ECT 351 Applicable to which branch ECE
Prerequisite: EMFT

Marks
Internal 40 External 60
Course Objective
Determination of the fields radiated from antennas; wire antennas; array antennas; parabolic
reflectors; antenna radiation pattern; antenna directivity; effects of the lossy ground on the
wave propagation
Course Outcome
1. To introduce, the fundamental principles of antenna theory
2. To understand basic and practical configurations, such as linear dipoles; arrays.
3. To understand the mechanism of radio wave propagation
Content of the Syllabus
UNIT-1
Introduction: Introduction and Types of Antennas, Radiation Mechanism, Physical concept
of Radiation in single wire, two wires, and dipole, Current Distribution on a thin wire
antenna. (4)

Fundamental Parameters of Antennas: Radiation Pattern, Radiation Power Density,


Radiation intensity, Gain, Directivity, Antenna efficiency, Bandwidth, Polarization, Antenna
Input Impedance, Antenna Beam-Width, Effective aperture, Maximum Directivity and
Maximum Effective Area, Friis Transmission equation, Antenna Temperature. (10)

UNIT-2

Linear Wire Antennas: Retarded Potentials, Infinitesimal Dipole, Short Dipole, Half-Wave
Dipole, Radiation zones (7)

Antenna Array: Introduction and forms of Antenna Arrays, Two-Element Array, N-Element
Linear Array with Uniform Amplitude and Spacing: Analysis of Broadside and ordinary End-
Fire case, N-Element Linear Array: Directivity.

UNIT-3

Wave Propagation: Modes of propagation, Surface and Space wave propagation, Range of
space wave propagation, Effective earth’s radius, Duct propagation, Tropospheric scatter
propagation. (7)

Ionospheric Propagation: Structure of Ionosphere, Propagation of radio waves through


ionosphere, Critical frequency, Virtual height Maximum Usable Frequency, Optimum
Working Frequency, Lowest Usable Frequency, Skip Distance. (7)

Text Books:
1. Antenna Theory, Balanis C.A ,John Wiley & sons, 2005.
2. Electromagnetics and radiating systems, Jordan E.C.,PHI, 2007.

Reference Books:
1. Antenna and radio wave propagation, Collins R.E., McGraw Hill.
Jan – June 2018 Teaching Syllabus

ECT 351 Antenna and Wave Propagation


Department Teaching
ECE
the Subject
a b c d e f g h i j k
Program Outcome
Mapping of Course
outcome with Program
outcome
Project/
BS ES PD PC PE OE
Category Training

Approval Date of meeting of the Board of Studies
Instructions for paper setter.
The syllabus has been divided into three equal units. The paper setter is required to set Ten
questions in all, three questions from each unit and a compulsory question consisting of five
sub parts and based on the whole syllabus. The candidate will be required to attempt six
questions including the compulsory question number no 1 and not more than two questions
from each unit.
The Students outcomes are:
a) An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, and engineering.
b) An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data.
c) An ability to design a system, component or process to meet desired needs within realistic
constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety,
manufacturability, and sustainability.
d) An ability to function on multidisciplinary teams.
e) An ability to identify, formulates, and solves engineering problems.
f) An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility.
g) An ability to communication effectively.
h) The board education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in global,
economic, environmental, and societal context.
i) Recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning.
j) Knowledge of contemporary issues.
k) An ability to use the techniques skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for
engineering practice
Jan – June 2018 Teaching Syllabus

Wireless And Mobile Communication L T P C


Total Contact Hours 36
ECT 3 0 0 3
352 Applicable to ECE
Prerequisite : Digital Communications, Analog Communications

Marks
Internal 40 External 60
Course Objective
To enable the student to synthesis and analyze wireless and mobile cellular communication
systems over a stochastic fading channel
To provide the student with an understanding of advanced multiple access techniques
To provide the student with an understanding of diversity reception techniques
Course Outcome
To provide the understanding of cellular concepts, Frequency reuse and handoff
1.
strategies.
To enable the students to analyze and design wireless and mobile
2.
communication systems.
To equip the student with tools to confront continual communication system
3.
design challenges
Content of the Syllabus
UNIT-1
Mobile Propagation: Free Space Propagation Model, Basic Methods of Propagation,
Reflection, Ground Reflection (Two Ray Model), Diffraction, Scattering (2)
Mobile Radio Propagation (Large Scale Path Loss): Free Space Propagation Model, Basic
Methods of Propagation, Reflection, Ground Reflection (Two Ray Model), Diffraction,
Scattering, Practical Link Budget Analysis using Path Loss Models, Log Distance Path Loss
Model, Log Normal Shadowing, (10)
UNIT-2
Mobile Radio Propagation (Small Scale Fading & Multipath) Small Scale Multipath
Propagation, Impulse response Model of a multipath Channel, Small Scale Multipath
Measurements, Parameters of Mobile Multipath Channels. (6)
Fading: Introduction, Large Scale Fading & Small Scale Fading, Types of Small Scale
Fading: Based on Multipath Delay Spread; Based on Doppler Spread, Rayleigh and Ricean
Distributions, Diversity Techniques, Diversity Combining Techniques. (6)
UNIT-3
Single Carrier Wideband Modulation Techniques: Spread Spectrum
Spread Spectrum: The Concept of Spread Spectrum, Concept of SSM Bandwidth from
Shannon’s Theorem & SNR, Operations Related to PN Codes, Properties of PN Codes,
Aperiodic & Periodic Sequences, ML Sequences, Walsh Hadamard Sequences, Gold Codes.
General Block Diagrams of DSSS Transmitter & Receiver, Processing Gain, Mathematics
Associated with Spread Spectrum Modulation & Demodulation. Characteristics of DSSS
System: Interference Rejection, Anti Jam Characteristics, FHSS, THSS, Comparison of
DSSS, FHSS, THSS (6)
Cellular concepts: General Description of the problem, Cell structure, channel assignment,
Introduction to co-channel interference, real-time co-channel interference, Frequency reuse,
determining the frequency reuse distance, analysis of co-channel interference, cell splitting,
sectorization, Improving capacity in cellular systems, Handoff strategies: concepts of hard
and soft handoff strategies (6)
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Text books
1. T.S. Rappaport, Wireless Communications: Principles and Practice, 2nd
Edition,Pearson Education Asia, 2010.
2. William C Y Lee, Mobile Cellular Telecommunications, 2nd Edition, MGH, 2004

Reference books
1. Wireless Communication by Upena Dalal, OUP, ISBN-13: 978-0-19-806066-6
2. Wireless communication and networks by William Stallings, Second edition,
Pearsons India.
3. Wireless Communications and Networking by VK Garg, Elsevier-Jun.2007, ISBN:
978-0-12-373580

ECT 352 Wireless And Mobile Communication


Department Teaching
ECE
the Subject
a b c d e f g h i j k
Program Outcome
Mapping of Course
outcome with Program
outcome
Project/
BS ES PD PC PE OE
Category Training

Approval Date of meeting of the Board of Studies
Instructions for paper setter
The syllabus has been divided into three equal units. The paper setter is required to set Ten
questions in all, three questions from each unit and a compulsory question consisting of five
sub parts and based on the whole syllabus. The candidate will be required to attempt six
questions including the compulsory question number 1 and not more than two questions from
each unit.

The Students outcomes are:


a) An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, and engineering.
b) An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data.
c) An ability to design a system, component or process to meet desired needs within realistic
constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety,
manufacturability, and sustainability.
d) An ability to function on multidisciplinary teams.
e) An ability to identify, formulates, and solves engineering problems.
f) An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility.
g) An ability to communication effectively.
h) The board education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in global,
economic, environmental, and societal context.
i) Recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning.
j) Knowledge of contemporary issues.
k) An ability to use the techniques skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for
engineering practice.
Jan – June 2018 Teaching Syllabus

Digital Signal Processing L T P C


Total Contact Hours 40
3 0 0 3
ECT-353 Applicable to which branch: ECE
Prerequisite: Signals & Systems

Marks
Internal 40 External 60
Course Objective
1. To understand the key concepts of DSP and relate them to real applications
2. To understand the methods of time domain and frequency domain implementation.
3. To study about filters and their design for digital implementation
Course Outcome
1. Analyze digital and analog signals and systems.
2. Design algorithms of digital signal processing.
Analyze and compare different signal processing Techniques.
3.
Contents of the Syllabus

UNIT I
Introduction: Introduction to Digital Signal Processing, Some elementary discrete time
sequences and systems, convolution, correlation and autocorrelation, Concepts of
stability, causality, linearity, difference equations. (7)

Fourier Analysis: Frequency domain sampling and reconstruction, DFT and its
properties, Relation between DFT and DTFT, Fast Fourier Transform algorithm using
Decimation in time and Decimation in frequency techniques. (7)

UNIT II
Z-Transform: Introduction, Z-Transform, Region of convergence, Properties of Z
Transform, Rational Z Transformation, Inverse Z Transform methods, One sided Z-
Transformation. (7)

FIR Filters: Structures of realization of discrete time system, Direct-Form Structures,


Cascade-Form and Lattice Structures for FIR filters, Design of FIR filters using
Rectangular, Hamming, Hanning, Blackman, Bartlet and Kaiser Windows (7)

UNIT III
IIR Filters: Direct form, Cascade form, parallel form and lattice structure of IIR
systems, IIR filter design by Impulse Invariance, Bilinear Transformation and Matched
Z-Transformation, Design of Butterworth and Chebyshev filters. (8)

Finite Precision Effects: Fixed point and Floating point representations, Effects of
coefficient quantization, Effect of round off noise in digital filters. (4)

Text Books
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1. John G.Proakis, Dimitris G.Manolakis, “Digital Signal Processing: Principles,


Algorithms and Applications”, PHI.
2. S.Salivahanan, A.Vallavaraj and C.Gnanapriya “Digital Signal Processing”, TMH,
2000.
3. A.V. Oppenheim and R.W.Schafer, Englewood “Digital Signal Processing”, Prentice-
Hall, Inc, 1975.
Reference Books:
1. B.Venkatramani & M.Bhaskar, “Digital Signal Processors architecture, Programming
and Applications”, TMH, 2002.
2. Sanjit K. Mitra, “Digital Signal processing – A computer based approach”, Tata
McGraw Hill Edition
3. P.Ramesh Babu, “Digital Signal Processing”Scitech publications fourth edition2008.
4. B. Kumar, “Digital Signal Processing”, New Age International Publishers, 2015.

ECT 353 Digital Signal Processing


Department
ECE
Teaching the Subject
a b c d e f g h i j k
Program Outcome
Mapping of Course
outcome with
Program outcome
Project/
BS ES PD PC PE OE
Category Training

Approval Date of meeting of the Board of Studies

Instructions for paper setter


The syllabus has been divided into three equal units. The paper setter is required to set Ten
questions in all, three questions from each unit and a compulsory question consisting of five
sub parts and based on the whole syllabus. The candidate will be required to attempt six
questions including the compulsory question number 1 and not more than two questions from
each unit.
The Students outcomes are:
a) An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, and engineering.
b) An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data.
c) An ability to design a system, component or process to meet desired needs within realistic
constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety,
manufacturability, and sustainability.
d) An ability to function on multidisciplinary teams.
e) An ability to identify, formulates, and solves engineering problems.
f) An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility.
g) An ability to communication effectively.
h) The board education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in global,
economic, environmental, and societal context.
i) Recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning.
j) Knowledge of contemporary issues.
k) An ability to use the techniques skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for
engineering practice.
Jan – June 2018 Teaching Syllabus

Name of the subject : Microwave and


L T P C
RADAR
Total Contact Hours -42 Hours
Subject Code
Applicable to which branch (ECE) - Batch 3 0 0 3
ECT 355
2014-2018
Prerequisite- Knowledge of Electromagnetic wave and field throry.

Marks
Internal 40 External 60
Course Objective
Microwave Engineering introduces the student to RF/microwave analysis methods and design
techniques.
Course Outcome
1. To analyze various parameters and characteristics of the various microwave
components and waveguides.
2. To understand the phenomenon of generation of microwave frequency using various
microwave tubes and diodes.
3. To be able to understand the basic principle of radar and its applications.

Unit-1
Microwave Components: Introduction to Microwaves, Applications of microwaves,
Rectangular waveguides, Circular waveguides, S-parameters and scattering matrix (E Plane
Tee, H Plane Tee and E-H Plane Tee), Directional coupler, Attenuators, Phase shifter, Ferrite
devices (Isolator, Circulator, Gyrator), Cavity resonator, Matched termination. (9)

Microwave Measurements: Microwave power measurements using calorimeters and


bolometers, Measurement of Standing Wave Ratio (SWR), Frequency and Wavelength
measurements, Microwave Bridges. (5)
Unit-2
Microwave Tubes: Limitations of conventional tubes, Construction, Operation and
properties of Klystron Amplifier, Reflex Klystron, Magnetron, Travelling Wave Tube
(TWT), Backward Wave Oscillator (BWO), Crossed Field Amplifiers. (9)

Microwave Solid State Devices: Limitation of conventional solid state devices at


microwaves, Transistors (Bipolar, FET), Transferred Electron Devices (Gunn Diode),
Avalanche transit time effect (IMPATT, TRAPATT, SBD), Microwave amplification by
Stimulated Emission of Radiation (MASER). (5)

Unit-3
Introduction to Radar Systems: Radar Fundamentals, Basic principle: block diagram and
operation of Radar, Applications of Radars, Radar range equation, Pulse Repetition
Frequency (PRF), Range Ambiguities. (5)

Doppler Radars: Doppler determination of velocity, Continuous Wave (CW) radar and its
limitations, Frequency Modulated Continuous Wave (FMCW) radar, Basic principal and
operation of Moving Target Indicator (MTI) radar, Delay line cancellers, Blind speeds and
Staggered PRFs. (5)
Scanning and Tracking techniques: Various scanning techniques, Angle tracking systems,
Range tracking systems, Radar Displays. (4)
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Recommended Books:
 Microwave devices and circuits : Samuel Liao;PHI
 Microwave and radar engineering: M. Kulkarni; Umesh publications
 Microwave engineering: K C Gupta
 Introduction to radar systems: Merril I. Skolnik; McGraw-Hill

ECT 355 Microwave and RADAR
Department
ECE
Teaching the Subject
a b c d e f g h i j k
Program Outcome
Mapping of Course
outcome with
Program outcome
Project/
BS ES PD PC PE OE
Category Training

Approval Date of meeting of the Board of Studies

Instructions for paper setter


The syllabus has been divided into three equal units. The paper setter is required to set Ten
questions in all, three questions from each unit and a compulsory question consisting of five
sub parts and based on the whole syllabus. The candidate will be required to attempt six
questions including the compulsory question number 1 and not more than two questions from
each unit.

The Students outcomes are:


a) An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, and engineering.
b) An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data.
c) An ability to design a system, component or process to meet desired needs within realistic
constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety,
manufacturability, and sustainability.
d) An ability to function on multidisciplinary teams.
e) An ability to identify, formulates, and solves engineering problems.
f) An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility.
g) An ability to communication effectively.
h) The board education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in global,
economic, environmental, and societal context.
i) Recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning.
j) Knowledge of contemporary issues.
k) An ability to use the techniques skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for
engineering practice.
Jan – June 2018 Teaching Syllabus

Network Operating System L T P C


Total Contact Hours -42 Hours
ECT 357 Applicable to which branch (ECE) - Batch 3 0 0 3
2014-2018
Prerequisite-

Marks
Internal 40 External 60
Course Objective
This course is intended for students to experience on the technologies included in Network
Operating System.
Gain in-depth Knowledge of Windows Server 2008.
Course Outcome
1. Installing, configuring and administering network operating system; Monitoring
performance and optimization
2. Remote administration using network operating systems
3. Connecting client computers to the network; Configuring active directory service
and servers

Unit-I [14]

Data communications Concepts: Digital and Analog signals, Parallel and Serial signals,
Synchronous and Asynchronous, Simplex/Half/Full Duplex and multiplexing
Introduction of Computer Networks: Description of LAN, WAN, MAN, PAN and
Wireless networks.
Basic terminology of Computer Networks: Physical and Logical networks Bridge, Switch,
Hub, Gateway, Routers, Repeaters, Modem, Network Interface Card, Physical Address/MAC
Address and Logical Address and IP Addressing and Subnet Mask.
Communication Channels: Telephone lines, Coaxial Cables, and Optical fibre
Transmission.
Network Topologies: Bus Topology, Ring Topology, Star Topology, Hybrid Topology and
Mesh Topology
Reference Model: OSI references model, TCP/IP reference model, Core Protocols of
TCP/IP,IP Routing ,IP Routers and Routing Tables.
Unit-II [14]
Introduction to DNS: DNS Architecture, Understanding the DNS Domain Namespace, DNS
Domain Name Hierarchy, DNS and Internet Domains and DNS Delegation
Introduction to DHCP: Introduction to DHCP, DHCP Architecture, Benefits of DHCP,
DHCP Terminologies and DHCP server Responsibilities.
Introduction to RPC: Introduction to Remote Procedure Call RPC Dependencies and
Interactions, RPC Architecture, RPC Components and RPC Processes and Interactions.
Introduction to Microsoft Network Monitoring Tool: Introduction to Netmon Tool,
Installation and configuration of Netmon.
Introduction to Operating System: Introduction to Operating System, Types of Operating
Systems: Mainframe, Desktop, Multiprocessor, Distributed, Clustered, Multiprogramming,
Realtime, Embedded and Time sharing.
Operating System Components: Process Management Component, Memory Management
component, I/O Management component, File Management component, Protection System,
and Networking management component.
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Comparison of Microsoft OS (Desktop, Server and Client), Hardware Requirements for


OS(Desktop, Server and Client),Workgroups and Domains.
Installing Windows Server 2008: Plan for a server roles and installing Windows Server Core,
Configure Server Core, Add and Configure Server Roles, Add Backup Feature and Migrate
roles from previous versions of Windows Server.
Configuring Windows Server 2008: Windows Server registry, Control Panel, Delegate
administration ,add and removes features in windows server, Initial Configuration Tasks,
Server Manager Console , Server Manager Wizards and Windows Power shell
Unit –III [14]
Hyper-V: Introducing Hyper-V, Virtual Machines
Introduction to Active Directory: role of an AD DS Server, Features in AD DS , Common
Terminologies and Active Directory Concepts ,Active Directory Schema , Active Directory
Objects, Active Directory Data structure and Storage Architecture , Active Directory
Structure and Storage Components ,DNS Support for Active Directory , Active Directory
DNS Support Components
Install Active Directory Domain Services in Windows 2008 R2: Installing a New Forest by
Using the Graphical User Interface (GUI), Understanding Active Directory Domain Services
Functional Levels
Active Directory Administration: Active Directory User and Computers, Managing Users
using Active Directory Users and Computers, Managing Organizational Units using Active
Directory Users and Computers, Managing Trusts using Active Directory Domains and
Trusts and Managing Forest Trusts using Active Directory Domains and Trusts Snap-in.

Text Books:
1. Data Communication & Networking , Frozen Tata McGraw Hill Publications
Computer Networks , ANDREW S.TANENBAUM(PHI).
2. Data & Computer Communications, Stallings PHI ,New Delhi.
3. MCITP: 5-in-1 Study System, Windows server 2008 Enterprise Administrator,
Mitch Tulloch with the Windows Server Team at Microsoft.
4. Introducing Windows Server 2008,Mitch Tulloch, ISBN-13:978-0735624214.
5. Operating System Concepts (English) 8th Edition ,WILEY Publishing , Abraham
Silberschatz, Greg Gagne and Peter B. Galvin ISBN-10:8126520515
6. Active Directory :Designing , Deploying and Running Active Directory ,O’Reilly
Media, Fifth Edition (May 31,2013),Brian Desmond , Joe Richards, Robbie Allen
and Alistair G. Lowe –Norris , ISBN -13:978-1449320027.

References:
1. How to use Network Monitor to capure network traffic—http://support,Microsoft.com
/kb/812953
2. Frequently Asked Questions About Network Monitor –
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/294818
3. The Basics of Reading TCP/IP Traces –http:// support.microsoft.com/kb/169292
4. Explanation of the Three way Handshake via TCP/IP—http://support
.mocrosoft.com/kb/172983
5. http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc816584(v=WS.10).aspx-Backing Up
Active Directory Domain Services
6. http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc816751(v=WS.10).aspx-Recovering
Active Directory Domain Services
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ECT 357
Network Operating System
Department
CSE
Teaching the Subject
a b c d e f g h i j k
Program Outcome
Mapping of Course
outcome with
Program outcome
Project/
BS ES PD PC PE OE
Category Training

Approval Date of meeting of the Board of Studies

Instructions for paper setter


The syllabus has been divided into three equal units. The paper setter is required to set Ten
questions in all, three questions from each unit and a compulsory question consisting of five
sub parts and based on the whole syllabus. The candidate will be required to attempt six
questions including the compulsory question number 1 and not more than two questions from
each unit.

The Students outcomes are:


a) An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, and engineering.
b) An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data.
c) An ability to design a system, component or process to meet desired needs within realistic
constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety,
manufacturability, and sustainability.
d) An ability to function on multidisciplinary teams.
e) An ability to identify, formulates, and solves engineering problems.
f) An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility.
g) An ability to communication effectively.
h) The board education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in global,
economic, environmental, and societal context.
i) Recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning.
j) Knowledge of contemporary issues.
k) An ability to use the techniques skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for
engineering practice.
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Digital Signal Processing Lab L T P C


Total Contact Hours: 30 - - 2 1
Subject Code-
Applicable to which branch (ECE): Batch
ECP-357
2015
Pre-requisite: Basics of Matlab
Marks
Internal (60) External (40)
Course Objective

1. To understand the key concepts of DSP and relate them to real applications.

2. To understand the methods of time domain and frequency domain implementation

3. To study about filters and their design for digital implementation.


Course Outcome
1. Able to analyze signals using the discrete Fourier transform (DFT).
Understand circular convolution, its relationship to linear convolution, and how circular
2.
convolution can be achieved via the discrete Fourier transform.
3. Able to design digital filters on paper and implement the design by using MATLAB.

List of Experiments:

1.Introduction to MATLAB.
2.To Perform the Plotting of various 2-D graphs
3.To develop elementary signal function modules for unit sample, unit step, exponential and
unit ramp sequences.
4.To Perform Convolution in MATLAB.

5.To Perform Auto & Cross-Correlation in MATLAB.


6.To develop program for computing DFT and IDFT.
7.To develop program for computing inverse Z-transform
8.To develop program for finding magnitude and phase response of LTI system described by
system function H(z).

9.To develop program for finding the response of the LTI system described by the difference
equation.
10.To Perform the FFT and Circular Convolution of two Sequences in MATLAB..
11.Write a program in MATLAB to design FIR filter using Window method.
12. To develop a program for designing IIR filter in MATLAB.

Course Code ECP-


Digital Signal Processing Lab
357
Department Teaching
Electronics and Communication Engineering
the Subject
a b c d e f g h i j k
Program Outcome
Mapping of Course
outcome with Program
outcome
Project/
Category ES PD PC PE OE
BS Training
Jan – June 2018 Teaching Syllabus


Approval Date of meeting of the Board of Studies
The Students outcomes are:
a) An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, and engineering.
b) An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data.
c) An ability to design a system, component or process to meet desired needs within realistic
constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety,
manufacturability, and sustainability.
d) An ability to function on multidisciplinary teams.
e) An ability to identify, formulates, and solves engineering problems.
f) An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility.
g) An ability to communication effectively.
h) The board education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in global,
economic, environmental, and societal context.
i) Recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning.
j) Knowledge of contemporary issues.
k) An ability to use the techniques skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for
engineering practice.
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Microwave Lab L T P C
Total Contact Hours: 30 - - 2 1
Subject Code-
Applicable to which branch (ECE): Batch
ECP-358
2015
Pre-requisite: EDC
Marks
Internal (60) External (40)
Course Objective
To understand the phenomenon of generation of microwave frequency using various
microwave tubes and diodes
Course Outcome
1. Students will understand the scattering parameters of a waveguide
2. Students will understand the basic principle of microwave frequency generation
3. Students will understand the scattering of microwave frequency using Horn antenna.

List of Experiments

1. To study the microwave components and instruments.

2. Measurement of scattering parameter of a Hybrid Tee.

3. Measurement of Klystron characteristics.

4. Measurement of VSWR and standing wave ratio.

5. Measurement of dielectric constants.

6. Measurement of Directivity and coupling coefficient of a directional coupler.

7. To study the X-band Microwave circulator.

8. Calibration of the attenuation constant of an attenuator.

9. Determination of the phase-shift of a phase shifter.

10. Study of V-I characteristics of Gunn diode.

11. To measure the polar pattern and the gain of a wave-guide horn Antenna

Course Code
Microwave Lab
ECP-358
Department Teaching
Electronics and Communication Engineering
the Subject
a b c d e f g h i j k
Program Outcome
Mapping of Course
outcome with Program
outcome
Project/
Category BS ES PD PC PE OE
Training
Jan – June 2018 Teaching Syllabus


Approval Date of meeting of the Board of Studies
The Students outcomes are:
a) An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, and engineering.
b) An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data.
c) An ability to design a system, component or process to meet desired needs within realistic
constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety,
manufacturability, and sustainability.
d) An ability to function on multidisciplinary teams.
e) An ability to identify, formulates, and solves engineering problems.
f) An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility.
g) An ability to communication effectively.
h) The board education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in global,
economic, environmental, and societal context.
i) Recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning.
j) Knowledge of contemporary issues.
k) An ability to use the techniques skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for
engineering practice.
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Human Resource Management L T P C


Total Contact Hours – 48 Hours
ECY-351 3 0 0 3
Applicable to ECE
Pre-requisites: None

Marks
Internal 60 External 40
Course Objectives
To analyze the concept of organizational behavior and able to understand the theories of
motivation.
To be able to understand the importance of communication and various types of leadership
style.
To be able to understand the meaning of human resource of planning and the importance of
training and development.
Course Outcomes
1. Effectively manage and plan key human resource functions within organizations

Analyze the key issues related to administering the human elements such as motivation,
2. compensation, appraisal, career planning, diversity, ethics, and training

Unit-I
Understanding Organizational Behavior:
Definition, Goals of Organizational behavior. Key forces affecting organizational behaviors.
Fundamental Concepts of organizational behaviour. (8)
Motivation :
Meaning and importance of motivation. Theories of Motivation, Maslow’s theory, Mc
Greger’s Theory Herzberg’s theory. (8)
Unit-II
Communication:
Definition & importance of Communication. Formal & informal communication, Barriers in
communication. (8)
Leadership :
Definition, importance of leadership and various types of leadership styles. Importance of
human resources in industry, Definition of human resource management (8)
Unit-III
Need for human resource planning:
Process of human resource planning, methods of recruitment, interviewing. (8)
Training and development:
Concepts of training and development (8)

Text Books:
1. Human Resources and Personal Management-K . Aswathappa-Tata McGraw Hill
Publishing Company Ltd.
2. Personnel Management : C.B. Mamoria, Himalaya Publishing House.
3. Organisational Behaviour – Dr. L.M Prasad (Sultan Chand & Sons)
4.. Personnel Management & Industrial Relations : Dr. T.N. Bhagoliwal : Sahitya Bhawan
Agra.
5. Personnel Management : V.G. Karnik, Jaico Publishing House.
6. Personnel Management & Industrial Relation: Tripathi: Sultan, Chand & Sons.
7. Personnel Management – Arun Monappa & Mirza Saiyadain – Tata McGraw Hill
Publishing Co. Ltd.
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8. Personnel Management and Industrial Relations – D.C. Sharma & R.C. Sharma S.J.
Publication.
9. Principles of Personnel Management – Edwin B. Flippo (McGraw Hill)
10. Organisational Behaviour – K. Adwathappa.
11. Organisational Behaviour – John W. Newsstorn & Keith Davis, Tata McGraw – Hill
Publishing Company Limited,Reference Books:
Instructions for paper setter.
The syllabus has been divided into three equal units. The paper setter is required to set Ten
questions in all, three questions from each unit and a compulsory question consisting of five
sub parts and based on the whole syllabus. The candidate will be required to attempt six
questions including the compulsory question number 1 and not more than two questions from
each unit.
ECY-351
Human Resource Management
Department Teaching
MBA
the Subject
a b c d e f g h i J k
Program Outcome
Mapping of Course
outcome with Program
outcome
Project/
BS ES PD PC PE OE
Category Training

Approval Date of meeting of the Board of Studies
Instructions for paper setter
The syllabus has been divided into three equal units. The paper setter is required to set Ten
questions in all, three questions from each unit and a compulsory question consisting of five
sub parts and based on the whole syllabus. The candidate will be required to attempt six
questions including the compulsory question number 1 and not more than two questions from
each unit.
The Students outcomes are:
a. An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, and engineering.
b. An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data.
c. An ability to design a system, component or process to meet desired needs within realistic
constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety,
manufacturability, and sustainability.
d. An ability to function on multidisciplinary teams.
e. An ability to identify, formulates, and solves engineering problems.
f. An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility.
g. An ability to communication effectively.
h. The board education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in global,
economic, environmental, and societal context.
i. Recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning.
j. Knowledge of contemporary issues.
k. An ability to use the techniques skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for
engineering practice.
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VIII Semester (2-sections)

4th year/ 8th Semester

HOURS/WEEK MARKS Credits

Sub Code Subject L T P INT EXT TOTAL

ECT 451 Digital System Design 4 0 0 40 60 100 4

ECT XXX Elective 3 100 3

ECT XXX Elective 4 100 3

ECP 455 Digital System Design Lab 0 0 4 60 40 100 2

ECR 456 Project 0 0 4 60 40 100 2

Total 10 0 8 14

LIST OF ELECTIVES
ELECTIVE’s for Embedded systems and Robotics

Sub. Code Subject L T P INT EXT

ECA 457 Digital Image Processing


0 0 6 60 40
with MATLAB
ECA 459 Sensors and interfacing
0 0 6 60 40
Devices

ELECTIVE’s For Communication (Wireless, Mobile and Optical)

Sub. Code Subject L T P INT EXT

ECB 461 Wireless Networks 3 0 0 40 60

ECB 462 Fiber Optic Networks 3 0 0 40 60


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Digital System Design L T P C


Total Contact Hours – 48 Hours
ECT-451 4 0 0 4
Applicable to ECE
Pre-requisites: Basic Electronics

Marks
Internal 60 External 40
Course Objectives
To learn VHDL language and designing of digital systems using it.
consolidation of the design methodologies for combinational and sequential digital systems;
knowledge and use of hardware description languages simulation.
Course Outcomes
1. To design digital systems using hardware description language, VHDL
To understand and implement combinational circuits synchronous sequential logic
2.
and finite state machines.
To implement clocked sequential circuits as registers, counters and memory devices.
3.

Content of the Syllabus


Unit-1
Introduction: Design process of digital hardware and its implementation techniques, Role of
VHDL in system design. (2)
VHDL Fundamentals: Entity and Architecture declaration, , data objects, classes and data
types, operators. Introduction to behavioural, dataflow and structural models. Package,
Package declaration and Package body. (8)
VHDL Statements I: process, variable assignment, signal assignment, sequential
statements, conditional statements, loop, if, case, next statements (6)

Unit-2
VHDL Statements II: Assertion and report statements, signal drivers and effect of delay
model on signal drivers. Concurrent signal assignment statements, conditional signal
assignment, select and generic, Configurations. (10)
Subprograms: Application of Functions and Procedures. Overloading and signal assignment
statements. Component declaration, Component instantiation. File I/O, test bench (6)

Unit-3
Sequential logic circuit design and VHDL implementation: Flip flops, Counters and
Registers. (4)
Synchronous sequential circuits design: Finite state machines, Mealy and Moore, state
assignments, design and VHDL implementation of FSMs. (6)
Digital Design with PLDs: Fixed function IC, ASIC, FPGA . (6)

RECOMMENDED BOOKS
1. J. Bhasker, A VHDL Primer, Third Edition, PH/Pearson, 1999.
2. Z. Navabi, VHDL : Analysis and Modeling of Digital Systems, Second Edition, MH,
1998..
3. J. Armstrong and F. G. Gray, VHDL Design Representation and Synthesis, Second
Edition, 2000.
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4. P. J. Ashenden, The Designer’s Guide to VHDL, Second Edition, Morgan Kaufmann,


2001.

ECT 451 Digital System Design


Department Teaching
ECE
the Subject
a b c d e f g h i J k
Program Outcome
Mapping of Course
outcome with Program
outcome
Project/
BS ES PD PC PE OE
Category Training

Approval Date of meeting of the Board of Studies
Instructions for paper setter
The syllabus has been divided into three equal units. The paper setter is required to set Ten
questions in all, three questions from each unit and a compulsory question consisting of five
sub parts and based on the whole syllabus. The candidate will be required to attempt six
questions including the compulsory question number 1 and not more than two questions from
each unit.
The Students outcomes are:
l. An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, and engineering.
m. An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data.
n. An ability to design a system, component or process to meet desired needs within realistic
constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety,
manufacturability, and sustainability.
o. An ability to function on multidisciplinary teams.
p. An ability to identify, formulates, and solves engineering problems.
q. An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility.
r. An ability to communication effectively.
s. The board education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in global,
economic, environmental, and societal context.
t. Recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning.
u. Knowledge of contemporary issues.
v. An ability to use the techniques skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for
engineering practice.
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Digital System Design Lab L T P C


Total Contact Hours – 48 Hours
ECP-455 0 0 4 2
Applicable to ECE
Pre-requisites: Basic Electronics

Marks
Internal 60 External (Departmental Committee) 40
Course Objective
Digital System Design using VHDL.
Introducing Concept of FPGA and Implementation.
Course Outcome
1. Able to efficiently write codes using VHDL and also generate test bench for the same.
2. Able to design digital system using HDL programming
3. Ability to work on FPGA kits

LIST OF EXPERIMENTS-
1. Write VHDL code for 2-i/p and, NAND, XOR, XNOR gates in data style of
modeling.
2. Design 2 i/p XOR using NAND gates and write VHDL code in structural style of
modeling.
3. Write VHDL code for 4:1 MUX using
(a) When else
(b) Select statement
(c) Case statement
4. Write VHDL code for 2:4 decoder using if statement.
5. Design full adder using half adders and write VHDL code in structural style of
modeling.
6. Design ripple carry adder using full adder and write VHDL.
7. To design a various clock dividers using VHDL and implement on the FPGA.
8. To design and FPGA implementation of JOHNSON counter.
9. To Design the 8 bit Multiplexed display controller. Implement of a Multiplexed
display controller on FPGA
10. To design and FPGA implementation of Universal shift register using Moore Machine
11. To design and FPGA implementation of MOD-10 up-down counter system using
Melay Machine.

ECP 455 Digital System Design Lab


Department Teaching
ECE
the Subject
a b c d e f g h i J k
Program Outcome
Mapping of Course
outcome with Program
outcome
Project/
BS ES PD PC PE OE
Category Training

Approval Date of meeting of the Board of Studies
Jan – June 2018 Teaching Syllabus

The Students outcomes are:


a. An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, and engineering.
b. An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data.
c. An ability to design a system, component or process to meet desired needs within realistic
constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety,
manufacturability, and sustainability.
d. An ability to function on multidisciplinary teams.
e. An ability to identify, formulates, and solves engineering problems.
f. An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility.
g. An ability to communication effectively.
h. The board education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in global,
economic, environmental, and societal context.
i. Recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning.
j. Knowledge of contemporary issues.
k. An ability to use the techniques skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for
engineering practice.
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ELECTIVE’s for Embedded Systems and Robotics


Digital Image Processing with
L T P C
MATLAB
ECA–457 Total Contact Hours – 48 Hours
0 0 6 3.0
Applicable to ECE
Pre-requisites: None

Marks
Internal 60 External (Departmental Committee) 40
Course Objective
To understand the perception of images, application and implementation of various operations to
images.
Course Outcome
Students will be able to understand the stochastic representation of images and image
1.
enhancement operations
2. Students will be able to understand the perception and transformation of images.
Students will be able to implement various filtering and segmentation techniques using
3.
Matlab.

Content of Syllabus
Unit-1
Introduction to Electronic Image Processing: historical background, visual perception, image
formation, sampling & Quantization & application of image Processing.
Transforms used in Electronic Image Processing: Review of 1-D & 2-D Fourier Transforms,
Discrete Fourier transforms & other image transforms.
Image Enhancement by Point operation: An overview of point Processing, constant &non-
linear operations between image & histogram techniques. (16)

Unit-2
Spatial Filtering & Fourier frequency Method: Noise in image, Spatial & Special frequency
filtering, image restoration.
Non-Linear image processing techniques: Non-linear Spatial/Mean/Adaptive & Homomorphic
Filters 5
Color Image Processing: Color Models, examples of color image processing, Pseudo coloring &
color displays. (16)

Unit-3
Image segmentation & Representation: Image Thresh-holding, Edge/Line &Point direction,
Region based segmentation & Image representation. Introduction to Morphological filters &
Image Compression (16)

Text Books:
1. Fundamentals of electronic image processing by Arthur R. Weeks, Jr., Eastern Economy
Edition 2003, SPIE Press, Prentice hall of India New Delhi.
2. Digital Image Processing using Matlab by Rafael C. Gonzalez & Richard E. Woods,
Pearson Education Asia(2nd edition 2002)
Reference Books:
1. Digital Image Processing by Rafael C. Gonzalez & Richard E. Woods, Pearson Education Asia
(2nd edition 2002)
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2. Fundamentals of digital image processing by A.K.Jain, 1989, Prentice Hall Englewood Cliffs,
N.J.

ECA-457 Digital Image Processing with MATLAB


Department Teaching
Electronics and Communication Engineering
the Subject
a b c d e f g h i j k
Program Outcome
Mapping of Course
outcome with Program
outcome
Project/
BS ES PD PC PE OE
Category Training

Approval Date of meeting of the Board of Studies 9 May 2015

Instructions for paper setter


The syllabus has been divided into three equal units. The paper setter is required to set Ten
questions in all, three questions from each unit and a compulsory question consisting of five
sub parts and based on the whole syllabus. The candidate will be required to attempt six
questions including the compulsory question number 1 and not more than two questions from
each unit.
The Students outcomes are:
a. An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, and engineering.
b. An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data.
c. An ability to design a system, component or process to meet desired needs within realistic
constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety,
manufacturability, and sustainability.
d. An ability to function on multidisciplinary teams.
e. An ability to identify, formulates, and solves engineering problems.
f. An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility.
g. An ability to communication effectively.
h. The board education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in global,
economic, environmental, and societal context.
i. Recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning.
j. Knowledge of contemporary issues.
k. An ability to use the techniques skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for
engineering practice.
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Sensors and Interfacing Devices L T P C


Total Contact Hours – 48 Hours
ECA–459 0 0 6 3.0
Applicable to ECE
Pre-requisites: Microcontrollers

Marks
Internal 60 External 40
Course Objective
To impart comprehensive and up-to-date account of the theory (physical principles), design,
and practical implementations of various (especially, the newest) sensors for scientific,
industrial, and consumer applications.
Course Outcome
Students will be able to understand and illustrate the use of sensors associated with
1.
electronic circuits.
Students will be able to describe large range of devices used industrially,
2.
domestically and in research laboratories.
3. Students will be able to develop applications related to sensors.

Unit 1
Data Acquisition, Sensor Characteristics, Physical Principles of Sensing, Optical Components
of Sensors, Interface Electronic Circuits, Occupancy and Motion Detectors (16)
Unit 2
Position, Displacement, and Level, Position, Displacement, and Level, Force, Strain, and
Tactile Sensors, Pressure Sensors, Flow Sensors, Acoustic Sensors (16)
Unit 3
Humidity and Moisture Sensors, Light Detectors, Radiation Detectors, Temperature Sensors,
Chemical Sensors, Sensor Materials and Technologies (16)
Books
1. Jacob Fraden, Handbook of Modern Sensors, Physics, Designs, and Applications
Fourth Edition
2. Ian R , Sensors and Transducers, Third Edition, Newnes Publication

ECA-459 Sensors and Interfacing Devices


Department Teaching
Electronics and Communication Engineering
the Subject
a b c d e f g h i j k
Program Outcome
Mapping of Course
outcome with Program
outcome
Project/
BS ES PD PC PE OE
Category Training

Date of meeting of the Board of Studies 9 May 2015 9 May 2015
Approval

The Students outcomes are:


a. An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, and engineering.
b. An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data.
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c. An ability to design a system, component or process to meet desired needs within realistic
constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety,
manufacturability, and sustainability.
d. An ability to function on multidisciplinary teams.
e. An ability to identify, formulates, and solves engineering problems.
f. An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility.
g. An ability to communication effectively.
h. The board education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in global,
economic, environmental, and societal context.
i. Recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning.
j. Knowledge of contemporary issues.
k. An ability to use the techniques skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for
engineering practice.
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ELECTIVE’s For Communication (Wireless, Mobile and Optical)


Wireless Networks L T P C
Total Contact Hours 42
3 0 0 3
ECB-461 Applicable to ECE
Prerequisite : Wireless & Mobile Communications

Marks
Internal 40 External 60
Course Objectives
Provides an introduction to various current and next generation wireless networking technologies,
and undertakes a detailed exploration of fundamental architectural and design principles used at all
layers.
Course Outcomes
To reinforce the foundation of Communication Networks with study of
1. Advanced Networks.
2. To enable the students to analyze and design wireless sensor networks
To equip the student with tools to confront continual communication system
3.
design challenges
Content of the Syllabus
Unit 1
The concept of cognitive radio: Motivation, Introduction, Spectrum Policy, Data Explosion,
Application, Cognitive Radio Network Design, Hardware and system design considerations,
Spectrum coexistence in cognitive radio networks. Cognitive radio network paradigms:
Underlay, Overlay, Interweave, Comparison of Cognitive radio network paradigms.
Spectrum Sensing (10)
Wireless Sensor Networks: Introduction, Sensor Mote Platforms, WSN Architecture and
Protocol Stack, WSN Applications (4)
Unit 2
Factors Influencing WSN Design: Hardware Constraints, Fault Tolerance, Scalability,
production Costs, WSN Topology, Transmission Media, Power Consumption (2)
Physical Layer: Physical Layer Technologies, Overview of RF Wireless Communication,
Channel Coding, Modulation, Wireless Channel Effects, PHY Layer Standard (6)
Medium Access Control: Challenges, CSMA, Contention based Medium Access,
Reservation-Based Medium Access, Hybrid MAC (6)
Unit 3
Network Layer: Challenges for Routing, Data-centric and Flat-Architecture Protocols,
Hierarchical Protocols, Geographical Routing Protocols, QoS-Based Protocols (14)
Text Books:
1. Wireless Sensor Networks by Ian. F, Akylidiz & Mehmet Can Vuran , Wiley, ISBN
978-0-470-03601-3 (H/B)
2. Wireless Communications, Second Edition by Andreas F. Molisch, John Wiley &
Sons Ltd. ISBN: 978-0-470-74187-0
Reference Books:
1. Principles of Cognitive Radio by Ezio Biglieri, Andrea J. Goldsmith, Larry J.
Greenstein, Narayan B. Mandayam, H. Vincent Poor, Cambridge University Press,
ISBN 978-1-107-02875-3
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2. Essentials of Cognitive Radio by Linda Doyle, Cambridge University Press, ISBN-13


978-0-521-89770-9
Instructions for paper setter
The syllabus has been divided into three equal units. The paper setter is required to set
Ten questions in all, three questions from each unit and a compulsory question consisting
of five sub parts and based on the whole syllabus. The candidate will be required to
attempt six questions including the compulsory question number 1 and not more than two
questions from each unit.

ECB 461 Wireless Networks


Department Teaching
ECE
the Subject
a b c d e f g h i j k
Program Outcome
Mapping of Course
outcome with Program
outcome
Project/
BS ES PD PC PE OE
Category Training

Approval Date of meeting of the Board of Studies

Instructions for paper setter


The syllabus has been divided into three equal units. The paper setter is required to set Ten
questions in all, three questions from each unit and a compulsory question consisting of five
sub parts and based on the whole syllabus. The candidate will be required to attempt six
questions including the compulsory question number 1 and not more than two questions from
each unit.
The Students outcomes are:
a) An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, and engineering.
b) An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data.
c) An ability to design a system, component or process to meet desired needs within realistic
constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety,
manufacturability, and sustainability.
d) An ability to function on multidisciplinary teams.
e) An ability to identify, formulates, and solves engineering problems.
f) An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility.
g) An ability to communication effectively.
h) The board education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in global,
economic, environmental, and societal context.
i) Recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning.
j) Knowledge of contemporary issues.
k) An ability to use the techniques skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for
engineering practice.
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Fiber Optic Networks L T P C


Total Contact Hours 42
ECB 3 0 0 3
462 Applicable to ECE
Prerequisite : Optical Fiber Communications

Marks
Internal 40 External 60
Course Objective
To introduce students to the fundamental principles of modern fiber-optic communication
systems and apply these principles to calculate system performance.
System design issues include point-to-point optical links and wavelength division
multiplexing (WDM) fiber-optic networks.
Course Outcome
To introduce Optical Communication Principles and Fibers as back bone
1.
networks.
2. To understand the propagation of waves in fibers and waveguides.
3. To acquaint student with in depth knowledge of Optical layer.
Content of the Syllabus
Unit 1
Introduction to Optical Networks: Telecommunications Network Architecture, Services,
Circuit Switching, and Packet Switching, Optical Networks, The Optical Layer, Transparency
and All-Optical Networks, Optical Packet Switching, Transmission Basics, Network
Evolution, Nonlinear Effects, Solutions (5)

Components: Couplers, Isolators and Circulators, Multiplexers and Filters, Optical


Amplifiers, overview of Transmitters & Detectors, Switches, Wavelength Converters (9)

Unit 2
Client Layers of the Optical Layer : Optical Layer, SONET/SDH, Optical Transport
Network, Generic Framing Procedure, Ethernet, IP, Storage-Area Networks (7)
WDM Network Elements: Optical Line Terminals, Optical Line Amplifiers, Optical
Add/Drop Multiplexers, Optical Cross Connects (7)
Unit 3
Passive Optical Networks: PON Architectures , PON Standards History and Deployment,
Broadband PON, Gigabit Capable PON, Ethernet PON, IEEE 802.av-2009 10 GEPON
Standard, Next-Generation Optical Access System Development in the Standards (14)

Text Books:
1. Optical Networks, A Practical Perspective, 3e, Ramaswami, Sivarajan, Sasaki,
Elsevier, ISBN: 978-0-12-374092-2
2. Broadband Optical Access Networks, Leonid G. Kazovsky et al, Wiley, ISBN 978-0-
470-18235-2
3. Fiber-Optic Communications Systems, 3e, Govind P. Agrawal, Wiley Interscience,
ISBN 0-471-21571-6
Reference Books:
1. Introduction to Fiber Optics, Ajoy Ghatak, K. Thyagarajan, Cambridge University
Press
2. Optical Fiber Communications, 4e, G. Keiser, Tata McGraw Hill, ISBN 13: 978-0-07-
064810-4
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3. Optical Fiber Communications, John. M. Senior, Prentice Hall, ISBN: 0-13-638222 3

ECB 462 Fiber Optic Networks


Department Teaching
ECE
the Subject
a b c d e f g h i j k
Program Outcome
Mapping of Course
outcome with Program
outcome
Project/
BS ES PD PC PE OE
Category Training

Approval Date of meeting of the Board of Studies

Instructions for paper setter


The syllabus has been divided into three equal units. The paper setter is required to set Ten
questions in all, three questions from each unit and a compulsory question consisting of five
sub parts and based on the whole syllabus. The candidate will be required to attempt six
questions including the compulsory question number 1 and not more than two questions from
each unit.

The Students outcomes are:


a) An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, and engineering.
b) An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data.
c) An ability to design a system, component or process to meet desired needs within realistic
constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety,
manufacturability, and sustainability.
d) An ability to function on multidisciplinary teams.
e) An ability to identify, formulates, and solves engineering problems.
f) An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility.
g) An ability to communication effectively.
h) The board education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in global,
economic, environmental, and societal context.
i) Recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning.
j) Knowledge of contemporary issues.
k) An ability to use the techniques skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for
engineering practice.
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ME SEMESTER-II (1-section)
Course Course Name L T P INT EXT TOTAL CREDIT
Code
ECT 650 Advanced Signal 4 0 0 40 60 100 4
Processing
CME 654 Research 4 0 0 40 60 100 4
Methodology
ECT Elective III 4 0 0 40 60 100 4
6XX
ECT Elective IV 4 0 0 40 60 100 4
6XX
ECT Elective V 4 0 0 40 60 100 4
6XX
ECP 651 Lab II (Elective 0 0 4 60 40 100 2
Based)
ECP 652 MATLAB 0 0 2 60 40 100 1
Programming
ECS 652 SEMINAR 0 0 2 100 0 100 1
Total 20 0 8 24

ELECTIVE III, IV & V (Communication System Group)

1. ECT 653 Data Communication and Computer Networks 4


2. ECT 655 Wireless and Mobile Communication 4
3. ECT 657 Photonic Networks and Switching 4

ELECTIVE III, IV & V (VLSI Design Group)

1. ECT 659 IC Fabrication Technology 4

2. ECT 661 Analog VLSI Circuit Design 4

3. ECT 664 System Verilog for Design & Verification 4

SEMESTER-IV
1 ECR 751 DISSERTATION PART 2 20
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ADVANCED SIGNAL PROCESSING L T P C


Total Contact Hours: 48
ECT- 4 0 0 4
650 Applicable to ECE
Prerequisite : Signals & Systems; Digital Signal Processing

Marks
Internal 40 External 60
Course Objective
To understand the interdependency of signal processing and estimation theory.
To understand various adaptive and predictive filtering concepts and algorithms.
To appreciate the applications of adaptive signal processing.
Course Outcome
Know the analysis of discrete time signals. Have an in-depth knowledge of use of
1.
digital systems in real time applications
Apply signal processing techniques such as correlation in designing
2.
measurement systems.
3. Apply the algorithms for wide area of recent applications.

UNIT I
Review of Discrete-Time signals and systems: Sampling and Reconstruction of signals, Z-
transform, Discrete-time Fourier transform (DTFT) and Discrete Fourier transform (DFT),
Properties of DFT, The fast Fourier transform (FFT) algorithms: Decimation-in-Time and
Decimation-in-Frequency FFT Algorithms. [8]

FIR Filters: Structures of realization of discrete time system, Direct-Form Structures,


Cascade-Form and Lattice Structures for FIR filters, Design of FIR filters using Rectangular,
Hamming, Hanning, Blackman, Bartlet and Kaiser Windows [8]

UNIT II
IIR Filters: Direct form, Cascade form, parallel form and lattice structure of IIR systems,
IIR filter design by Impulse Invariance, Bilinear Transformation and Matched Z-
Transformation [8]
Multirate Signal Processing: Introduction, Concepts of multirate signal processing,
Decimation and Interpolation by Integer factors, Sampling rate conversion by rational factors,
Multistage approach to sampling rate conversion, Applications of multirate signal processing
Linear Prediction and Optimum Linear Filters: Forward and Backward Linear Prediction,
Properties of Linear Prediction-Error Filters, AR Lattice and ARMA Lattice-Ladder Filters,
Wiener Filters for Filtering and Prediction. [8]

UNIT III
Adaptive Digital Filters: Concepts of Adaptive Filtering, LMS Adaptive Algorithm,
Recursive Least Squares Algorithm, Applications [8]

Power Spectrum Estimation:


Nonparametric methods for Power Spectrum Estimation, Bartlett method, Welch
method, Parametric methods for Power Spectrum Estimation, Yule-Walker method,
Burg method, Unconstrained Least-Squares method, [8]
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Recommended Books:
1. "Digital Signal Processing: Principles, Algorithms and Applications", by
Proakis & Manolakis, 4e, -Pearson Education
2. "Digital Signal Processing", by S.K.Mitra, -Tata-Mcgraw Hill.
3. "Discrete Time Signal Processing", Oppenheim & Schafer. PHI.
4. "Fundamentals of Digital Signal Processing using MATLAB", by Robert J.
Schilling & Sndra L. Harris. -CENGAGE Learning.
5. "Theory and application of Digital Signal Processing", by Rabiner & Gold

Instructions for paper setter.


The syllabus has been divided into three equal units. The paper setter is required to set Ten
questions in all, three questions from each unit and a compulsory question consisting of five
sub parts and based on the whole syllabus. The candidate will be required to attempt six
questions including the compulsory question number 1 and not more than two questions from
each unit.

ECT-650 ADVANCED SIGNAL PROCESSING


Department Teaching
ECE
the Subject
a b c d e f g h i j k
Program Outcome
Mapping of Course
outcome with Program
outcome
Project/
BS ES PD PC PE OE
Category Training

Approval Date of meeting of the Board of Studies

The Students outcomes are:


a) An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, and engineering.
b) An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data.
c) An ability to design a system, component or process to meet desired needs within realistic
constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety,
manufacturability, and sustainability.
d) An ability to function on multidisciplinary teams.
e) An ability to identify, formulates, and solves engineering problems.
f) An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility.
g) An ability to communication effectively.
h) The board education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in global,
economic, environmental, and societal context.
i) Recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning.
j) Knowledge of contemporary issues.
k) An ability to use the techniques skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for
engineering practice.
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CME-654 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

L T P Cr
4 0 0 4
Max. Marks: 60
Contact Hours: 48
Course Objectives:
 Formulize the research / project proposals.
 Analyze the parameters involved in the research.
 Test the hypothesis formulated.
Unit – I

Introduction: Nature and objectives of research, Types of research, , Research methods vs


Methodology, Types of research , Descriptive vs. Analytical, Applied vs. Fundamental,
Quantitative vs. Qualitative, Conceptual vs. Empirical criteria of good research, defining the
research problem, Preparation and presentation of research proposals, Selection of thrust area
of research, defining scope of the research problem. (7)

Research Formulation and Design: Defining and formulating the research problem, selecting
the problem, Necessity of defining the problem, Importance of literature review in defining
a problem, Research Design: Meaning and need for research design, Features of a good design,
important concepts relating to research design , Observation and Facts, Laws and Theories,
Prediction and explanation, Induction, Deduction, Development of Models. Developing a
research plan, Exploration, Description, Diagnosis, Experimentation, Determining
experimental and sample design (9)

Unit – II
Sample Designs: Sampling and its need, criteria of selecting a sampling procedure,
characteristics of a good sample designs, Different types of sample designs. Data Collection
and analysis: Collection of Primary data and secondary data, Data Processing and Analysis
strategies (7)

Introduction to Statistical Analysis: Measures of Central Tendency and Dispersion, Random


Variables and Probability, Mathematical Expectation, Probability distributions, Binomial,
Poisson, Geometric, Exponential, Normal and log-normal distributions.

Hypothesis Testing: Tests of Significance based on normal, t and chi-square


distributions, Analysis of variance techniques.
Correlation and Regression: Introduction to growth curves and multiple regression, Linear
regression, Least square principle and fitted models, Karl Pearson’s correlation coefficient, Rank
Correlation, Lines of regression (11)

Unit –III
Reporting writing: Structure and components of scientific reports,types of report, technical
reports and thesis, significance, different steps in the preparation,layout, structure and
Language of typical reports, Illustrations and tables - Bibliography, referencing and footnotes,
oral presentation Planning,preparation,practice,making presentation, use of visual
aids,importance of effective communication (9)
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Application of results and ethics


Environmental impacts,ethical issues,ethical committees, commercialization Intellectual
property rights and patent law, Trade Related aspects of Intellectual Property
Rights,reproduction of published material, plagiarism,citation and acknowledgement
,reproducibility and accountability. (5)

Recommended Books:
1. Dowdy, S., Wearden, S. and Chilko, D., Statistics for Research, Wiley Series (2004)
2. Walpole, R.E., Myers, R.H., Myers, S.L. and Ye, K., Probability and Statistics for
Engineers and Scientists, Pearson Education (2002).
3. Kothari C.R., Research Methodology: Methods and Techniques, New Age
International Publishers, 2nd Edition.
4. Bordens K.S., Abbott B.B., Research and Design Methods, 6 th Edition, TMH
Publishing Company Limited.
5. Johnson, R.A, Probability and Statistics by , PHI-2nd edition
6. Trivedi K.S., Probability & Statistics With Reliability, Queuing And Computer
Science Applications , 2 nd Edition, John Wiley & Sons
7. Meyer, P.L., Introduction to Probability & Statistical, Applications, Oxford, IBH
8. Johnson, R.A., Probability and Statistics, PHI, New Delhi
9. Krishnaswami, K.N., Sivakumar, A. I. and Mathirajan, M., Management Research
Methodology, Pearson Education: New Delhi
10. Zikmund, W.G., Business Research Methods, 7th Edition, Thomson South-Western
11. Cooper, D. R. and Schindler, Business Research Method , P.S Tata McGraw Hill,
New Delhi 2 nd edition (2010).

Instructions for paper setter.


The syllabus has been divided into three equal units. The paper setter is required to set Ten
questions in all, three questions from each unit and a compulsory question consisting of five
sub parts and based on the whole syllabus. The candidate will be required to attempt six
questions including the compulsory question number 1 and not more than two questions from
each unit.
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LAB II (As per the elective) L T P C


Total Contact Hours: 48
ECP- 0 0 4 2
651 Applicable to ECE
Prerequisite : Digital System Design; Analog VLSI Circuit Design

Marks
Internal 60 External 40
Course Objective
To introduce basic of HDL design and train in students in digital design; To study the
concept of state machine and their issues.
To introduce the backend design detailed concepts.
To learn designing various analog circuits using MOSFET.
Course Outcome
Ability to design digital systems using HDL languages; Ability to analyze the
1.
state machine and their issues.
2. To understand the backend design detailed concepts.
3. Ability to model the MOSFET for analog applications.

System Verilog for Design and Verification:


Introduction to Verification tool VCS (Synopsys)/ QuestaSim (Mentor Graphics)

1. Designing of multiplexers, encoders and decoders in system Verilog, introduce the


concept of various case and if statements.
2. Designing of Flip-Flops in system Verilog to introduce the concept of various always
blocks.
3. Designing of simple traffic light controller with FSM using system Verilog.
4. Designing simple test bench to test array data types and its predefined methods.
5. Introduce the concept of OOPS by developing the testbench that includes a class having
a function of counter.
6. Introduce the concept of static variable and inheritance of OOPS by developing the
testbench that includes a parent class having a function of counter, and child class having
function of down counter.
7. Introduce the concept of virtual class OOPS by developing the test bench in system
Verilog.
8. Design an interface for up counter and use it for linking DUT with test bench.
9. Write a test bench to test the execution of the fork-join, fork-join_any, fork-join_none
threads.
10. Write a test bench in system Verilog that signifies the role of assertions.
11. Write a test bench in system Verilog that signifies the role of randomization and
functional coverage.

Analog Circuit Design:


1. To design, simulate and analyse the power dissipation and delay of Common Source
Amplifier.
2. To design, simulate and analyse the power dissipation and delay of Cascode Amplifier.
3. To design, simulate and analyse the power dissipation and delay of Current Mirror
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circuit.
4. To design, simulate and analyse the power dissipation and delay of Differential
Amplifier.
5. To design, simulate and analyse the power dissipation and delay of CMOS Op-Amp
single stage Amplifier.

LAB II (As per the elective) L T P C


Total Contact Hours: 48
ECP- 0 0 4 2
651 Applicable to ECE
Prerequisite : Wireless & Mobile Communication

Marks
Internal 60 External 40
Course Objective
Understand how the various signal processing and coding techniques combat channel uncertainties
Learn to simulate wireless networks and analyze the simulation results
Course Outcome
To reinforce the programming skills by implementing practical systems.
1.
2. To enable students to implement their own systems for research.
3. To facilitate the student with in depth knowledge of Wireless Communication.

ECP 651
LAB II
Wireless and Mobile Communication Lab
List of Experiments
1. To familiarize with the MATLAB fundamentals and basic functions.
2. To generate various types of signals:
a. Unit Impulse
b. Unit Step
c. Unit Ramp
d. Exponential
3. To plot discrete time signals:
a. x(n) = u(n) – u(n-3)
b. x(n) = u(n-3)
c. x(n)= 0.5n [u(n) – u(n-5)]
d. x(n) =e jnπ
4. To generate a sinusoidal signal & also plot its frequency spectrum.
5. To study analog modulation schemes & plot frequency spectrum of modulated signal.
6. To study digital modulation schemes & plot frequency spectrum of modulated signal.
7. To perform BER analysis of wireless communication system with different
modulation schemes.
8. To perform BER analysis of wireless communication system with Diversity.
9. MRC performance analysis for a Rayleigh Fading channel
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10. To simulate a wireless sensor network and calculate its lifetime for a particular
modulation scheme.

ECP-651 LAB II (As per the elective)


Department Teaching
ECE
the Subject
a b c d e f g h i j k
Program Outcome
Mapping of Course
outcome with Program
outcome
Project/
BS ES PD PC PE OE
Category Training

Approval Date of meeting of the Board of Studies

The Students outcomes are:


a) An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, and engineering.
b) An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data.
c) An ability to design a system, component or process to meet desired needs within realistic
constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety,
manufacturability, and sustainability.
d) An ability to function on multidisciplinary teams.
e) An ability to identify, formulates, and solves engineering problems.
f) An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility.
g) An ability to communication effectively.
h) The board education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in global,
economic, environmental, and societal context.
i) Recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning.
j) Knowledge of contemporary issues.
k) An ability to use the techniques skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for
engineering practice.
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MATLAB Programming lab L T P C


Total Contact Hours 24
0 0 2 1
ECP-652 Applicable to which branch ECE
Prerequisite:

Marks
Internal 60 External 40
Course Objective
To get familiarize with MATLAB software and to do computation and designing of systems in
MATLAB.
Course Outcome
Understand basic commands and tools of MATLAB and to generate standard sequence and
1. perform mathematical functions on various signals.
To compute power spectral density of a sequence using fourier transform.
Apply the mathematical commands to generate linear, convolution and circular convolution
of a discrete time sequence.
2.
To plot magnitude, phase response, pole-zero plot, impulse response of a system to check
stability of a system.
To compute DFT and IDFT of a sequence which useful in various applications.
3. Designing FIR Filter using Kaiser window and verification of matched filter using
MATLAB.
Content of the Syllabus
UNIT-I
1. To study introduction to MATLAB and important commands of MATLAB.
2. To develop elementary signal function modules (m-files) for unit sample, unit step, unit ramp
and exponential sequences
3. Write a program in MATLAB to compute power density spectrum of a sequence.
4. To develop program modules based on operation on sequences like signal shifting, signal
folding, signal addition and signal multiplication
UNIT-II
5. To develop program for linear convolution.
6. To develop program for circular convolution.
7. To develop program for finding the magnitude and phase response of LTI system described
by system function H(z).
8. To develop program for finding the response of the LTI system by difference equation

UNIT-III
9. To develop program for computing discrete Fourier Transform (DFT) and inverse discrete
Fourier Transfer (IDFT)
10. To develop program for designing FIR and IIR filter.
11. Program to verify decimation and interpolation of a given sequence.
12. Design and verification of Matched Filter.
13. Write a program for designing FIR Filter using Kaiser window.

ECP-652 MATLAB Programming lab


Department Teaching
ECE
the Subject
a b c d E F g h i j k
Program Outcome
Mapping of Course
outcome with Program 3 1,2
outcome
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Project/
BS ES PD PC PE OE
Category Training

Approval Date of meeting of the Board of Studies

The Students outcomes are:


l) An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, and engineering.
m) An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data.
n) An ability to design a system, component or process to meet desired needs within realistic
constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety,
manufacturability, and sustainability.
o) An ability to function on multidisciplinary teams.
p) An ability to identify, formulates, and solves engineering problems.
q) An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility.
r) An ability to communication effectively.
s) The board education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in global,
economic, environmental, and societal context.
t) Recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning.
u) Knowledge of contemporary issues.
v) An ability to use the techniques skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for
engineering practice
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ELECTIVES III, IV& V


DATA COMMUNICATION & COMPUTER
NETWORKS L T P C

ECT- Total Contact Hours: 48


4 0 0 4
653 Applicable to ECE
Prerequisite : Analog & Digital Communication

Marks
Internal 40 External 60
Course Objective
To understand the hardware and software conceptual backbone of networking.
To learn various high speed networks and concepts behind them.
A deep insight on IP routing, congestion and traffic management, network security.
Course Outcome
Understand and explain Data Communications System and its components; Identify the
1. different types of network devices and their functions within a network
Identify the different types of network topologies and protocols; Enumerate the layers
2.
of the OSI model and TCP/IP. Explain the function(s) of each layer.
Understand and building the skills of sub netting and routing mechanisms; Familiarity
3. with the basic protocols of computer networks, and how they can be used to assist in
network design and implementation.

UNIT I

Overview of Data Communications & Networking


Data Communication, Computer Network, Types, Network Standards, Networking Models, Data
Transmission Modes, Multiplexing & Switching, Network Architecture, Layered Architecture, OSI
Reference Model, TCP/IP Model. (16)

UNIT II
Network Hardware Components
Connectors, Transceivers, Media Converters, repeaters, Network Interface Card (NIC), Bridges, Switches,
Routers, Gateways, Virtual Private Network (VPNs). (6)
High Speed Network
X.25, Frame Relay, Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) High Speed LAN — Ethernet, Fast Ethernet, Gigabit
Ethernet, Fiber Channel, Wireless LANs, Wimax, SONET, FDDI, ISDN. (6)

Internet Routing
Routing Protocols, Interior Routing Protocols, Exterior Routing Protocols. (4)

UNIT III
Congestion & Traffic Management
Congestion control in Data Networks & Internets, Flow & Error Control, TCP Traffic Control, Traffic and
Congestion Control in ATM Networks. (8)
Network Security
Issues, Threat Assessment, Net work Attacks, Firewall s, Encrypti on M ethods, Au t henti cati on
& Access Cont rol Measu res, Di gi t al Cert i fi cat es, Publ i c Key Infrastructure (PKI), KERBEROS.
(8)
Recommended Books:
1. Michael A. Gallo & Will iam M. Hancock; Comput er Communications &Network
Technologies: Thomson Publications 2007.
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2. William Stallings; High Speed Networks & Internets: PEARSON Publications 2007.
3. William Stallings; Computer Networking with Internet Protocols & Technology: PEARSON
Publications 2007.
4. Atul Kahate; Cryptography & Network Security: Tata MCGRAWHILL 2008.

Instructions for paper setter.


The syllabus has been divided into three equal units. The paper setter is required to set Ten
questions in all, three questions from each unit and a compulsory question consisting of five
sub parts and based on the whole syllabus. The candidate will be required to attempt six
questions including the compulsory question number 1 and not more than two questions from
each unit.

ECT-653 DATA COMMUNICATION & COMPUTER NETWORKS


Department Teaching
ECE
the Subject
a b c d e f g h i j k
Program Outcome
Mapping of Course
outcome with Program
outcome
Project/
BS ES PD PC PE OE
Category Training

Approval Date of meeting of the Board of Studies

The Students outcomes are:


a) An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, and engineering.
b) An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data.
c) An ability to design a system, component or process to meet desired needs within realistic
constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety,
manufacturability, and sustainability.
d) An ability to function on multidisciplinary teams.
e) An ability to identify, formulates, and solves engineering problems.
f) An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility.
g) An ability to communication effectively.
h) The board education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in global,
economic, environmental, and societal context.
i) Recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning.
j) Knowledge of contemporary issues.
k) An ability to use the techniques skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for
engineering practice.
Jan – June 2018 Teaching Syllabus

WIRELESS AND MOBILE COMMMUNICATION


L T P C

ECT- Total Contact Hours: 48


4 0 0 4
655 Applicable to ECE
Prerequisite : Analog & Digital Communication

Marks
Internal 40 External 60
Course Objective
To reinforce the mathematical foundation of wireless communication with advanced concepts.
To understand the concepts of Single & Multi Carrier Communications
To understand multipath propagation in mm Waves/5G wireless networks
Course Outcome
1. To appreciate the contribution of Wireless Communication networks to overall
technological growth.
2. To understand the various terminology, principles, devices, schemes, concepts,
algorithms and different methodologies used in Wireless Communication Networks.
3. To motivate the students to pursue research in the area of wireless communication.

Unit 1

Wireless Communication Mathematics & Modeling


Introduction: BER of Wired Communication, BER for wireless Communication (6)
Advanced Analysis: Introduction to diversity, Multi Antenna MRC, BER with Diversity,
Spatial Diversity & Diversity Order, Wireless Channel & Delay spread, Fading, Coherence
Bandwidth, ISI, Doppler’s Effect, Doppler Spectrum & Jakes Model (12)
Unit 2
Advanced Communication Techniques
MIMO: Smart Antennas, Introduction to MIMO, MIMO System Model, MIMO receivers:
ZF & MMSE, OSTBC, Introduction to V-BLAST Receiver, MIMO Beam forming (8)
OFDM: Introduction to OFDM & Multi carrier Modulation, IFFT Sampling for OFDM,
OFDM Block Diagram, Cyclic Prefix, MIMO-OFDM, CFO, PAPR in OFDM, Introduction
to SCFDMA (8)
Unit 3
mmWave Wireless: The Fifth Generation of Communications
Introduction to mmWaves, a preview of implementation Challenges, applications. (8)
Radio Wave Propagation for mmWaves
Large scale propagation channel effects, small scale channel effects, indoor & outdoor
channel models (8)
Recommended Books:
1. Wireless communications by Andreas F. Molisch (Wiley India)
2. Wireless Communications by Andrea Goldsmith, Cambridge University Press
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3. Millimeter Wave Wireless Communications, T.S. Rappaport, Prentice Hall


4. Mobile and personal communication systems and services by Raj Pandya (PHI)
5. Wireless Communication by Rappaport
6. Mobile Communications by Schiller (Pearson)
7. Wireless Communications by Stallings (Pearson)
8. Wireless Communications by Upena Dalal (Oxford)
Instructions for paper setter:
The syllabus has been divided into three equal units. The paper setter is required to set Ten
questions in all, three questions from each unit and a compulsory question consisting of five
sub parts and based on the whole syllabus. The candidate will be required to attempt six
questions including the compulsory question number 1 and not more than two questions from
each unit.
ECT-655 WIRELESS AND MOBILE COMMMUNICATION
Department Teaching
ECE
the Subject
a b c d e f g h i j k
Program Outcome
Mapping of Course
outcome with Program
outcome
Project/
BS ES PD PC PE OE
Category Training

Approval Date of meeting of the Board of Studies

The Students outcomes are:


a) An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, and engineering.
b) An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data.
c) An ability to design a system, component or process to meet desired needs within realistic
constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety,
manufacturability, and sustainability.
d) An ability to function on multidisciplinary teams.
e) An ability to identify, formulates, and solves engineering problems.
f) An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility.
g) An ability to communication effectively.
h) The board education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in global,
economic, environmental, and societal context.
i) Recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning.
j) Knowledge of contemporary issues.
k) An ability to use the techniques skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for
engineering practice.
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ECT-657 PHOTONIC NETWORK AND SWITCHING L T P C


Total Contact Hours: 48
4 0 0 4
Applicable to ECE
Prerequisite : OFC

Marks
Internal 40 External 60
Course Objective
Introduction to optical communication, optical networks and their evolution.
To understand multiplexing techniques used in optical domain.
To understand the underlying principles of optical switching and routing.
Course Outcome
1. To understand basic concepts of optical communication & devices.
2. To get a clear concept of Optical Networks.
3. To understand the Optical Switching &Routing used in Optical Networks.

UNIT I

Introduction: Introduction to basic optical communication & devices, WDM optical Network evolution.
(6)

Optical Multiplexing Techni ques: Wavelengt h Division multiplexing, Ti me di vision


multiplexing & Code division multiplexing, multiple access techniques with applications (10)

UNIT II

Optical Networks: Why optical networks? Conventional optical networks, SONET/SDH, FDDI, IEEE 802.3,
DQDB, Multiple access optical networks, WDM optical networks architectures and issues in wavelength
routed networks. (10)
All Optical Networks: Amplification in all optical networks. All optical subscriber access networks,
design issues. (6)

UNIT III

Optical Switching &Routing: Optical switching, example of an optical switch using 2 x 2 coupler,
evolution of switching technologies, switching architectures, Micro Electro Mechanical Systems (MEMS), free
space optical switching, thermoptic & bubble switches, optical routers. Protection of optical switched path.
Wavelength converters, Add drop multiplexers with &without wavelength conversions.
(16)

Recommended Books:
I. Uyless Black, 'Optical Networks', Pearson education.
2. D.K. Mynbaeu & L. Scheiner, 'Fiber optic Communication Technology, Pearson Edu. Asia
3. C. Siva Ram Murthy & M. Gurusamy, 'WDM optical networks' Pearson Education
4. RG Gallager & D Bertsekas, 'Data Networks, PHI
5. DK Mynbaev & Lowell L. Scheing, 'Fiber Optic Communication Technology", Pearson Education
Asia.
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ECT-657 PHOTONIC NETWORK AND WITCHING


Department Teaching
ECE
the Subject
a b c d e f g h i j k
Program Outcome
Mapping of Course
outcome with Program
outcome
Project/
BS ES PD PC PE OE
Category Training

Approval Date of meeting of the Board of Studies

Instructions for paper setter


The syllabus has been divided into three equal units. The paper setter is required to set Ten
questions in all, three questions from each unit and a compulsory question consisting of five
sub parts and based on the whole syllabus. The candidate will be required to attempt six
questions including the compulsory question number 1 and not more than two questions from
each unit.

The Students outcomes are:


a) An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, and engineering.
b) An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data.
c) An ability to design a system, component or process to meet desired needs within realistic
constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety,
manufacturability, and sustainability.
d) An ability to function on multidisciplinary teams.
e) An ability to identify, formulates, and solves engineering problems.
f) An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility.
g) An ability to communication effectively.
h) The board education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in global,
economic, environmental, and societal context.
i) Recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning.
j) Knowledge of contemporary issues.
k) An ability to use the techniques skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for
engineering practice.
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ELECTIVE III, IV& V


ECT-659 IC FABRICATION TECHNOLOGY L T P C
Total Contact Hours: 48
4 0 0 4
Applicable to ECE
Prerequisite : Semiconductor Device Modelling

Marks
Internal 40 External 60
Course Objective
To understand various stages of IC fabrication in depth.
To understand techniques and procedures involved at each stage.
To appreciate sub micron process techniques
Course Outcome
1. Students will be able to design VLSI circuits by keeping technological process
constraints in mind.
2. Fabricate CMOS circuitry using a basic CMOS manufacturing procedure.
3. Perform common fabrication processes used in microelectronics fabrication.

UNIT I
Crystal Growth and Wafer Preparation: Electronic Grade Silicon, Czochralski
Crystal Growing, Silicon Shaping and impurities, Miller indices, Si wafer preparation,
Wafer cleaning process, Environment for IC Fabrication-Clean room technology, Basic IC
processing step. (7)

Oxidation: Silicon Oxidation Model, Interface Considerations, Orientation Dependence of


Oxidation Rates Thin Oxides. Oxidation Technique and Systems - Dry and Wet
Oxidation (9)

UNIT II
Photolithography: Lithographic techniques, Photo Resists and its types, masks, Contact and
Proximity Printing, Projection Printing, Electron Lithography - Resists, Mask generation,
Electron Optics - Roaster Scan and Vector Scan, Ion-Lithography and e-beam lithography.
(8)
Etching: Reactive plasma etching, AC and DC plasma excitation, plasma properties,
chemistry and surface interactions, an isotropic etching. (8)

UNIT III
Diffusion and ion implantation: Models of Diffusion in Solids, Fick's laws for
Diffusion, Fast Diffusion in Silicon, Diffusion in Polycrystalline Silicon and SiO2, Ion
implantation. (7)

Deposition & Growth: Various deposition techniques CVD, PVD(evaporation, sputtering),


spin coating, LPCVD, Epitaxy, ALCVD, Buried Layers, SOI structures, Sub-micron Process
Techniques: PMOS, NMOS, CMOS (n-well, p-well, twin well). (9)

Recommended Books:
1. Sze, S.M., VLSI Technology, Tata McGraw Hill (2008).
2. Plummer, J.D., Deal M.D. and Griffin P.B., VLSI Technology: Fundamentals, Practice,
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and Modeling, Prentice Hall (2000).


3. Nagchodhari, D., Principles of Microelectronics Technology, A H Wheeler.
4. Gandhi, S.K., VLSI Fabrication Principles, John Wiley (2003) 2nd ed.

Instructions for paper setter.


The syllabus has been divided into three equal units. The paper setter is required to set Ten
questions in all, three questions from each unit and a compulsory question consisting of five
sub parts and based on the whole syllabus. The candidate will be required to attempt six
questions including the compulsory question number 1 and not more than two questions from
each unit.

ECT-659 IC FABRICATION TECHNOLOGY


Department Teaching
ECE
the Subject
a b c d e f g h i j k
Program Outcome
Mapping of Course
outcome with Program
outcome
Project/
BS ES PD PC PE OE
Category Training

Approval Date of meeting of the Board of Studies

The Students outcomes are:


a) An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, and engineering.
b) An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data.
c) An ability to design a system, component or process to meet desired needs within realistic
constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety,
manufacturability, and sustainability.
d) An ability to function on multidisciplinary teams.
e) An ability to identify, formulates, and solves engineering problems.
f) An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility.
g) An ability to communication effectively.
h) The board education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in global,
economic, environmental, and societal context.
i) Recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning.
j) Knowledge of contemporary issues.
k) An ability to use the techniques skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for
engineering practice.
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ECT-661 ANALOG VLSI CIRCUIT DESIGN


L T P C
Total Contact Hours: 48
4 0 0 4
Applicable to ECE
Prerequisite : Semiconductor Device Modelling

Marks
Internal 40 External 60
Course Objective
To understand small-signal and large-signal MOSFET model.
To learn designing various analog circuits using MOSFET.
Acquire knowledge of Op-Amp and comparator design using MOSFET.
Course Outcome
1. Ability to analyze and design current sources/sinks/mirrors
2. Ability to analyze and design voltage and current references including bandgap
references
3. Students will be able to understand the concepts of analog design and to design
various analog systems including data converters- CMOS amplifiers- Comparators
and Switched Capacitor Circuits.

UNIT I
MOS Devices and Modelling: The MOS Transistor, Passive Components- Capacitor &
Resistor, Simple MOS Large-Signal Model, Other Model Parameters, Small-Signal Model
for the MOS Transistor. (8)
Analog CMOS Sub-Circuits: MOS Switch, MOS Diode, MOS Active Resistor, Current
Sinks and Sources, Current Mirrors, Voltage reference circuits (8)

UNIT II
CMOS Amplifiers: Small signal and large signal analysis of Common Source, Common
Gate and Common Drain Amplifiers, Source Degeneracy, Source Follower, Cascode
Amplifiers, Folded Cascode Amplifier, Differential Amplifiers-common mode and
differential mode signal analysis, Large signal analysis of Differential Amplifier, Noise in
CMOS amplifier. (16)

UNIT III
CMOS Operational Amplifiers: Design of CMOS Op-Amp, Two-Stage Op-Amp,
Measurement Techniques of OP Amp. (8)
Comparators: Characterization of Comparator, Two-Stage Open-Loop Comparators,
Discrete-Time Comparators. (6)
Switched capacitor filters realization by MOS technology. (2)

Recommended Books:
1. Behzad Razavi, “Design of Analog CMOS Integrated Circuits”, TMH Edition.
2. David A. John & Ken Martin, “Analog Integrated Circuit Design”, Wiley Student, 2013.
3. Philip E. Allen & Douglas R. Holberg, “CMOS Analog Circuit Design”, Oxford
University Press, 2010.

Instructions for paper setter.


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The syllabus has been divided into three equal units. The paper setter is required to set Ten
questions in all, three questions from each unit and a compulsory question consisting of five
sub parts and based on the whole syllabus. The candidate will be required to attempt six
questions including the compulsory question number 1 and not more than two questions from
each unit.
ECT-661 ANALOG VLSI CIRCUIT DESIGN

Department Teaching
ECE
the Subject
a b c d e f g h i j k
Program Outcome
Mapping of Course
outcome with Program
outcome
Project/
BS ES PD PC PE OE
Category Training

Approval Date of meeting of the Board of Studies

The Students outcomes are:


a) An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, and engineering.
b) An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data.
c) An ability to design a system, component or process to meet desired needs within realistic
constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety,
manufacturability, and sustainability.
d) An ability to function on multidisciplinary teams.
e) An ability to identify, formulates, and solves engineering problems.
f) An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility.
g) An ability to communication effectively.
h) The board education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in global,
economic, environmental, and societal context.
i) Recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning.
j) Knowledge of contemporary issues.
k) An ability to use the techniques skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for
engineering practice.
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ECT-664 SYSTEM VERILOG FOR DESIGN AND


L T P C
VERIFICATION
Total Contact Hours: 48
4 0 0 4
Applicable to ECE
Prerequisite : Digital System Design

Marks
Internal 40 External 60
Course Objective
To introduce the basics of System Verilog
To introduce the test bench writing with SVM.
To Introduce OOP in System Verilog.
Course Outcome
1. Understand and use the SystemVerilog RTL design and synthesis features, including
new data types, literals, procedural blocks, statements, and operators; relaxation of
Verilog language rules; fixes for synthesis issues; enhancements to tasks and
functions; new hierarchy and connectivity features, and interfaces.
2. Appreciate and apply the SystemVerilog verification features, including classes,
constrained random stimulus, coverage, strings, queues and dynamic arrays, and
learn how to utilize these features for more effective and efficient verification.

UNIT I
VERIFICATION GUIDELINES: Test bench Components, Layered Test bench, Building a
Layered Test bench. (4)
Data Types:Language Elements Logic Literal Values, Basic data types, Data objects, user
defined types, Enumeration types, Arrays, Dynamic Arrays, Associate Arrays, Queues,
Strings, Event data types, compilation Directive. System Verilog clocking, Static and
automatic variables, Deterministic variable initialization, Type casting. Tasks and function.
Fork and join clock. (12)

UNIT II
System Verilog loops. Behavioral Modelling: Procedural Construct, loop statement, block
and statement labels, case statement, if statements, Event control, Edge Event, Continuous
Assignments, parallel blocks, process control. Modeling Finite State Machines with
SystemVerilog. (9)
Test benches with System Verilog: Connecting the Testbench and Design. (7)

UNIT III
Basic Object oriented programming and its use in System Verilog, Concept of scoreboard,
Randomization, driver & Monitor. (16)

Recommended Books:
1. Chris Spear,"SystemVerilog for Verification: A Guide to Learning the Testbench
Language Features", 2 nd Edition, Springer.
2. Vijayaraghavan and Ramanathan, "A Practical Guide for SystemVerilog Assertions" 1 st
Edition, Springer.
3. J. Bhaskar,"A SystemVerilog Primer", 2nd edition, BS publication.
4. Stuart Sutherlan, Simon Davidmann, Pater Flake, "System Verilog for Design", 2nd
Edition, Springer.
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Instructions for paper setter.


The syllabus has been divided into three equal units. The paper setter is required to set Ten
questions in all, three questions from each unit and a compulsory question consisting of five
sub parts and based on the whole syllabus. The candidate will be required to attempt six
questions including the compulsory question number 1 and not more than two questions from
each unit.
ECT-664 SYSTEM VERILOG FOR DESIGN AND VERIFICATION
Department Teaching
ECE
the Subject
a b c d e f g h i j k
Program Outcome
Mapping of Course
outcome with Program
outcome
Project/
BS ES PD PC PE OE
Category Training

Approval Date of meeting of the Board of Studies

The Students outcomes are:


a) An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, and engineering.
b) An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data.
c) An ability to design a system, component or process to meet desired needs within realistic
constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety,
manufacturability, and sustainability.
d) An ability to function on multidisciplinary teams.
e) An ability to identify, formulates, and solves engineering problems.
f) An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility.
g) An ability to communication effectively.
h) The board education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in global,
economic, environmental, and societal context.
i) Recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning.
j) Knowledge of contemporary issues.
k) An ability to use the techniques skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for
engineering practice.
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OPEN ELECTIVE’s

(Not for ECE)

Sub. Code Subject


ECO 407 Foundation Course in Sensors and IOT
Foundation Course in Wireless & Mobile
ECO 404 Communication

ECO 405 Foundation Course in Digital Communication


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Foundation Course in Sensors and IOT L T P C


Total Contact Hours: 40
ECO -407 3 0 0 3
Applicable to all
Prerequisite :
Marks
Internal 40 External 60
Course Objective
To introduce & familiarize the research aspects of Sensors
To Understand the Architectural Overview of IOT
To learn the concepts about Internet of things
Course Outcome
To facilitate the student with the understanding of various Sensors and their
1.
applications
2. To emphasize the architectural details in Wireless Sensor Networks.
3. To equip the student with tools understand and implement IOT
Content of the Syllabus
Unit 1
Introduction to Sensors: operating principles, parameters, characterization [4]
Types of sensors: Mechanical and electromechanical, Thermal, Magnetic, Radiation, Smart
Sensors [5]
Applications: Automotive Sensors, Home appliance sensors, Aerospace Sensors, medical
diagnostic sensors, Environmental monitoring [5]

Unit 2
Introduction to sensor networks: background of sensor network technology ,brief historical
survey of sensor networks, challenges and hurdles ,basic sensor network architectural
elements, applications of sensor networks [5]
Single node architecture: hardware components, Energy consumption of sensor nodes,
Operating system and execution environment, Examples of sensor nodes [5]
Network architecture: Sensor network scenarios, optimization goals, Design principles,
service interfaces, gateway concepts [4]
Unit 3

Internet of Things: introduction, Definition and Characteristics, Physical design, logical


design, IOT levels & deployment templates, Domain specific IOT’s [5]
Developing Internet of things: IOT design methodology: Purpose &requirement
specifications, process and domain specification, information, service & level specification
Functional & operational views .Device &component integration .Application development
[7]
Text Books:
1. Holger Kerl, Andreas Willig, “Protocols and Architectures for Wireless Sensor
Network”, JohnWiley and Sons, 2005 (ISBN: 978-0-470-09511-9)
2. Kazem, Sohraby, Daniel Minoli, Taieb Zanti, “Wireless Sensor Network:
Technology, Protocols and Application”, John Wiley and Sons 1st Ed., 2007 (ISBN:
978-0-471-4300-
3. D. Patranabis, “Sensors And Transducers”, PHI ,2010
4. Arshdeep Bahga, Vijay Madisetti,”Internet of Things ”,2014

Reference Books:
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1. Raghavendra, Cauligi S, Sivalingam, Krishna M., Zanti Taieb, “Wireless Sensor


Network”,Springer 1st Ed. 2004 (ISBN: 978-4020-7883-5).
2. Feng Zhao, Leonidas Guibas, “ Wireless Sensor Network”,Elsevier, 1st Ed. 2004
(ISBN: 13- 978-1-55860-914-3)

ECO-407 Foundation Course in Sensors and IOT


Department Teaching
ECE
the Subject
a b c d e f g h i j k
Program Outcome
Mapping of Course
outcome with Program
outcome
Project/
BS ES PD PC PE OE
Category Training

Approval Date of meeting of the Board of Studies

Instructions for paper setter


The syllabus has been divided into three equal units. The paper setter is required to set Ten
questions in all, three questions from each unit and a compulsory question consisting of five
sub parts and based on the whole syllabus. The candidate will be required to attempt six
questions including the compulsory question number 1 and not more than two questions from
each unit.
The Students outcomes are:
a) An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, and engineering.
b) An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data.
c) An ability to design a system, component or process to meet desired needs within realistic
constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety,
manufacturability, and sustainability.
d) An ability to function on multidisciplinary teams.
e) An ability to identify, formulates, and solves engineering problems.
f) An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility.
g) An ability to communication effectively.
h) The board education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in global,
economic, environmental, and societal context.
i) Recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning.
j) Knowledge of contemporary issues.
k) An ability to use the techniques skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for
engineering practice.
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Foundation course in Wireless & Mobile


L T P C
Communication
ECO -404 Total Contact Hours: 40
3 0 0 3
Applicable to all
Prerequisite :
Marks
Internal 40 External 60
Course Objective
To lay a foundation of concepts required for Communication.
To attain knowledge about Modulation & a typical Communication System.
To facilitate student with blackbox idea of wireless and mobile communication.
Course Outcome
1. Able to understand the examples of wireless communication systems.
2. To understand various multiple accesses techniques.
To understand the second generation cellular networks, third generation wireless networks
3.
and Bluetooth.

Unit-I
Introductory Concepts:
Historical Perspective, EM Frequency Spectrum & Bandwidth, Signal & Its representation,
Elements of Electronic Communication System, Primary Communication Resources, Signal
Transmission Concepts, Signal Radiation & Propagation. (5)
Modulation Techniques:
Need of Modulation, Types of Modulation (1)
Analog Modulation: Types, Principles of Amplitude Modulation, The AM envelope,
Modulation Index, Basic concepts of Frequency Modulation, Phase Modulation.
(4)
Digital Modulation: Types; ASK, ASK Waveform, FSK, FSK Waveform, PSK, PSK
Waveform. (2)
Unit -II
Multiplexing & Filters: An introduction to TDMA, FDMA, LPF, HPF, BPF, BSF, Guard
Band. (2)
Communication System: A Typical Transmitter and Receiver block diagram, Sensitivity &
SNR, Friis Transmission Equation. (3)
Cellular concepts: Cell structure, Introduction to co-channel interference, Frequency reuse,
determining the frequency reuse distance, cell splitting, sectorization, Handoff strategies:
concepts of hard and soft handoff strategies (7)
Unit –III
GSM: Introduction, History, Architecture, Specification : Access Methods, Frequency
Bands, Channel Spacing, Duplex Distance, Addressing: IMEI, IMSI, MSISDN, MSRN, LAI,
TMSI, LMSI, CI, Call flow in GSM: PSTN to Mobile Phone, Mobile Phone to Mobile
Phone, Mobile Phone to PSTN, Services of GSM, Security, Billing, Mobile Phones (7)
Bluetooth: Overview, History of Bluetooth & the SIG, Bluetooth Standards, Bluetooth radio
interface basics, Bluetooth channels and frequencies, Bluetooth modulation, Bluetooth power
levels, Bluetooth power level choice and RSSI, Bluetooth Pairing, Networks of Bluetooth,
Bluetooth Security (5)
Recommended Books:
1. Analog and Digital Communication By T.L. Singhal, TMH, ISBN 13:
9780071072694
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2. Wireless Communications by T.L.Singhal, TMH, ISBN: 9780070681781


3. Wireless communication and networks by William Stallings, Second edition, Pearson
India.
4. Data And Computer Communications, by William Stallings, Eighth Edition, Pearson
Prentice Hall, ISBN: 0-13-243310-9
5. Electronic Communications Systems: Fundamentals Through Advanced, Wayne
Tomasi, ISBN-13: 978-0137514397
6. Modern Digital and Analog Communication Systems, 3e, B P Lathi, OUP
Additional Resources:
1. http://www.tutorialspoint.com/gsm/index.htm
2. http://www.radio-electronics.com/info/wireless/bluetooth/bluetooth_overview.php
3. http://www.radio-electronics.com/info/antennas/
4. http://www.gsmworld.com/
5. http://www.tutorial-reports.com/wireless/bluetooth/tutorial.php
Instructions for paper setter:
The Subject is an Open Elective i.e. the audience varies from Non-ECE to Non Engineering
students. The syllabus covers only the introductory concepts without going into Mathematical
Details. The question paper may please be set accordingly. The syllabus has been divided into
three equal units. The paper setter is required to set Ten questions in all, three questions from
each unit and a compulsory question consisting of five sub parts and based on the whole
syllabus. The candidate will be required to attempt six questions including the compulsory
question number no 1 and not more than two questions from each unit.

ECO -404 Foundation course in Wireless & Mobile Communication

Department Teaching
ECE
the Subject
a b c d e f g h i j k
Program Outcome
Mapping of Course
outcome with Program
outcome
Project/
BS ES PD PC PE OE
Category Training

Approval Date of meeting of the Board of Studies

The Students outcomes are:


a) An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, and engineering.
b) An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data.
c) An ability to design a system, component or process to meet desired needs within realistic
constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety,
manufacturability, and sustainability.
d) An ability to function on multidisciplinary teams.
e) An ability to identify, formulates, and solves engineering problems.
f) An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility.
g) An ability to communication effectively.
h) The board education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in global,
economic, environmental, and societal context.
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i) Recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning.


j) Knowledge of contemporary issues.
k) An ability to use the techniques skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for
engineering practice.
Jan – June 2018 Teaching Syllabus

Foundation course in Digital Communication L T P C


Total Contact Hours: 40
ECO -405 3 0 0 3
Applicable to all
Prerequisite :
Marks
Internal 40 External 60
Course Objective
To lay a foundation of concepts required for Communication.
To attain knowledge about Modulation & a typical Communication System.
To facilitate student with blackbox idea of analog and digital communication.
Course Outcome
1. Understand the fundamental concept of digital communication methods.
Perform the time and frequency domain analysis of the signals in a digital communication
2.
system.
3. Understand various multiple access techniques and modulation techniques.

Unit-I
Introduction to Communication System:
Basic of electronics: Concept of amplifiers and feedback oscillators, Basic constituents of
Communication Systems Signal & Its representation, Gain and Bandwidth concept, Signal
Transmission Concepts, Analog Transmission, Need of modulation, Types of modulation-
Amplitude modulation, Frequency modulation. (7)
AM Transmission: Generation of Amplitude Modulation, Basic principle of AM generation.
(2)
AM Reception: Concepts of Tuned Radio Frequency (TRF), Receiver, Basic Concepts of
Super heterodyne Receiver, Receiver Parameters. (3)
Unit -II
FM Transmission & Reception: Concept of FM & its generation-Direct method, indirect
generation of FM- Armstrong method. Direct methods of Frequency demodulation-Balanced
slope detector method, Indirect method of FM demodulation. (6)
Digitization: advantages and disadvantages, Discrete and Digital Signals, Sampling process,
sampling theorem, Nyquist criterion for distortionless base band binary transmission,
Quantization, signal reconstruction, flat top sampling of band pass signals. (7)
Unit –III
Analog Pulse Modulation: Concepts of pulse modulation- PAM, PWM, PPM. (2)
Multiple Access Techniques: Concept of time division multiplexing, Frequency division
multiplexing and spread spectrum. (2)
Digital Formats and Modulation Techniques: Concepts of ASK, FSK and PSK, QPSK, Bit
Rate and Baud rate Basic concepts of Pulse code modulation (PCM), Differential pulse code
modulation (DPCM) and Delta modulation (DM). (7)
Recommended Books:
1. Electronic communication Systems by Kennedy & Davis, Tata Mcgraw Hill.
2. Analog and Digital Communication By T.L. Singal, TMH, ISBN 13: 9780071072694
3. Electronic Communications Systems: Fundamentals Through Advanced, Wayne
Tomasi, ISBN-13: 978-0137514397
4. Modern Digital and Analog Communication Systems, 3e, B P Lathi, OUP
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Additional Resources:
1. http://www.tutorialspoint.com/gsm/index.htm
2. http://www.radio-electronics.com/info/wireless/bluetooth/bluetooth_overview.php
3. http://www.radio-electronics.com/info/antennas/
Instructions for paper setter:
The Subject is an Open Elective i.e. the audience varies from Non-ECE to Non Engineering
students. The syllabus covers only the introductory concepts without going into Mathematical
Details. The question paper may please be set accordingly. The syllabus has been divided into
three equal units. The paper setter is required to set Ten questions in all, three questions from
each unit and a compulsory question consisting of five sub parts and based on the whole
syllabus. The candidate will be required to attempt six questions including the compulsory
question number no 1 and not more than two questions from each unit.

ECO -405 Foundation course in Digital Communication

Department Teaching
ECE
the Subject
a b c d e f g h i j k
Program Outcome
Mapping of Course
outcome with Program
outcome
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BS ES PD PC PE OE
Category Training

Approval Date of meeting of the Board of Studies

The Students outcomes are:


a) An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, and engineering.
b) An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data.
c) An ability to design a system, component or process to meet desired needs within realistic
constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety,
manufacturability, and sustainability.
d) An ability to function on multidisciplinary teams.
e) An ability to identify, formulates, and solves engineering problems.
f) An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility.
g) An ability to communication effectively.
h) The board education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in global,
economic, environmental, and societal context.
i) Recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning.
j) Knowledge of contemporary issues.
k) An ability to use the techniques skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for
engineering practice.