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Dr.

Ambedkar Institute of Technology


(An Autonomous Institute affiliated to VTU)
SCHEME OF TEACHING AND EXAMINATION III SEMESTER (Autonomous) 2016-17 academic year
B.E., TELECOMMUNICATION ENGINEERING

Maximum Marks
Teaching hours per week
Teaching
Sl. Subject Examination
Title Departmen Assgn./
No. Code Tutoria Practical Credits
t Lecture CIE Industri SEE Total
l / Project
al visit
MA31 Engg. Maths – III Mathemati 03 02 - 4
1. cs 45 5 50 100
TE31 Electronic Devices & 04 - - 4
2. Circuits TE 45 5 50 100

TE32 Digital System Design 04 - - 4


3. TE 45 5 50 100
TE33 Programming in HDL 03 - - 3
4. TE 45 5 50 100
TE34 Measurements & 03 - - 45 3
5. TE 5 50 100
Instrumentation
TE35 Field Theory 03 02 - 45 4
6. TE 5 50 100
TEL36 EDC Lab - - 02 50 1
7. TE - 50 100
TEL37 DSD Lab – I - - 02 50 1
8. TE - 50 100
TEL38 HDL LAB - - 02 50 1
9. TE - 50 100

Grand Total 420 30 450 900 25

Chairman - BOS
Dr. Ambedkar Institute of Technology
(An Autonomous Institute affiliated to VTU)
SCHEME OF TEACHING AND EXAMINATION IV SEMESTER (Autonomous) 2016-17 academic year
B.E. TELECOMMUNICATION ENGINEERING

Maximum Marks allotted


Teaching hours per week
Subject Teaching Examination
Sl. No. Title Assgn./
Code Department Practical Credits
Lecture Tutorial CIE Industr SEE Total
/ Project
ial visit
MA41 Engg. Mathematics – IV 03 02 -
1. Mathematics 45 05 50 100 4

TE41 Microcontrollers 04 - -
45 05 50 100 4
2. TE
TE42 Transmission Lines & 04 - -
3. Control Systems TE 45 05 50 100 4

TE43 Signals & Systems 03 02 - 4


4. TE 45 05 50 100
TE44 Circuit Theory 03 - - 3
5. TE 45 05 50 100
TE45 Op. Amp. & its 03 - - 3
6. TE 45 05 50 100
applications
TEL46 Microcontrollers Lab - - 02 1
7. TE 45 - 50 100
TEL47 Signals and Systems - - 02 1
8. TE 45 - 50 100
Lab
TEL48 DSD Lab - II - - 02 1
9. TE 45 - 50 100

Grand Total 420 30 450 900 25

Chairman – BOS
Dr. Ambedkar Institute of Technology
(An Autonomous Institute affiliated to VTU)
SCHEME OF TEACHING AND EXAMINATION V SEMESTER (Autonomous)
B.E. TELECOMMUNICATION ENGINEERING
Teach Teaching hours per week Maximum Marks allotted
Sl. ing Examination
Subject Title Practical Assgn.
No. Depar Lecture Tutorial CIE SEE Total Credits
Code / Project
tment
Management & 05
1. HS03 04 - - 45 50 100 4
Entrepreneurship TE
05
Digital signal
2. TE51 TE 03 02 - 45 50 100 4
Processing
Analog 05
3. TE52 04 - - 45 50 100 4
Communication TE
4. TE53 Antenna & Wave 03 - - 05 3
45 50 100
Propagation TE
Telecommunication 05
5. TE 54 TE 04 - - 45 50 100 4
Switching Systems
Fundamentals of 05
6 TE55 03 - - 45 50 100 3
CMOS VLSI TE
7 TEL56 DSP Laboratory TE - - 2 50 - 50 100 1
-
Analog
8. TEL57 TE - - 2 50 1
Communication Lab 50 100
TE -
9. TEL58 LIC Lab - - 2 50 1
50 100

Grand Total 420 30 450 900 25

Chairman-BOS
Dr. Ambedkar Institute of Technology
(An Autonomous Institute affiliated to VTU)
SCHEME OF TEACHING AND EXAMINATION VI SEMESTER (Autonomous)
B.E. TELECOMMUNICATION ENGINEERING

Teaching hours per week Maximum Marks allotted


Sl. Teaching Examination
Sub Code Subject Title Department Practical Assgn./
No. Lecture Tutorial CIE Industrial SEE Total Credits
/ Project visit
1. TE61 Digital Communication TE 02 02 - 45 05 50 100 3
2. TE62 Embedded System Design TE 02 02 - 45 05 50 100 3
3. TE63 Wireless Communication TE 03 - - 45 05 50 100 3
4. TE64 Microwave Engineering TE 03 - - 45 05 50 100 3
5. Information Theory & TE 05
TE65 04 - - 45 50 100 4
Coding
6. *Elective –1 ( Group – A) TE 05
TE66x 04 - - 45 50 100 4
7. Microwave Lab TE -
TEL67 - - 2 50 50 100 1
8. Digital Communication TE -
TEL68 Lab-I - - 2 50 50 100 1

9. Digital Communication TE -
TEL69 Lab-II - - 2 50 50 100 1

10. TEP610 Miniproject TE -


- - 3 50 50 100 2

Grand Total 470 30 500 1000 25

* Elective 1 : Group A
TE661 Object Oriented Programming using C++
TE662 ARM Processor
TE663 Operating Systems

Chairman-BOS
Dr. Ambedkar Institute of Technology
(An Autonomous Institute affiliated to VTU)
SCHEME OF TEACHING AND EXAMINATION VII SEMESTER (Autonomous)
B.E. TELECOMMUNICATION ENGINEERING

Teaching hours per week Maximum Marks allotted


Sl. Sub Teaching Examination
Subject Title Department Practical Assgn./
No. Code Lecture Tutorial CIE Industrial SEE Total Credits
/ Project visit
1. HS04 Intellectual Property Rights TE 02 - - 25 05 25 50 2
2. TE 05
TE71 Optical Fiber Communication 03 - - 45 50 100 3
3. TE72 Satellite Communication TE 04 - - 45 05 50 100 4
4. Computer Communication TE 05
TE73 02 02 - 45 100 3
Networks 50
5. *Elective –2 ( Group – B) TE 05
TE74x 03 - - 45 50 100 3
6. TEL75 Optical & WSN Lab TE - - 3 50 - 50 100 1.5
7. TEL76 CCN lab TE - - 3 50 - 50 100 1.5
8. TEP77 Project work - Phase I TE - - 3 50 - - 50 -
9. IDE Inter-Dept. Elective* TE 4 - - 50 - 50 100 4
Grand Total 400 25 375 800 22

* Elective2 : Group B * Inter-Departmental Electives offered to other Departments


During VII and VIII semesters
TE741 Data Structures using C++ TEE01 Internet Engineering and Application
TE742 Modeling and Simulation of Data Networks TEE02 Real Time Operating systems
TE743 Digital Image Processing TEE03 DSP Algorithms & Architecture
TE744 Video Engineering TEE04 RADAR and Radio Aids to Navigation
TE745 Internet of Things

Chairman-BOS
Dr. Ambedkar Institute of Technology
(An Autonomous Institute affiliated to VTU)
SCHEME OF TEACHING AND EXAMINATION VIII SEMESTER (Autonomous)
B.E. TELECOMMUNICATION ENGINEERING

Sl. Sub Subject Title Teaching Teaching hours per week Maximum Marks Examination
No. Code Department Assgn./
Credits
Lecture Tutorial Practical
/ Project CIE Industrial SEE Total
visit
1. TE81 Optical Networking TE 03 - - 45 05 50 100 3
2. Multimedia TE 05
TE82 Communication 04 - - 45 50 100 4
3. TE83x Elective-3 (Group C) TE 03 - - 45 05 50 100 3
6 TES84 Subject Seminar TE - - - 50 - - 50 2
4. TEP85 Project Work – Phase II TE - - 3 50 - 50 100 12
5 IDE Inter-Dept. elective* TE 4 - - 50 - 50 100 4
15
285 250 550 28

* Elective 3: Group C * Inter-Departmental Electives offered to other Departments


TE831 Adhoc Wireless Networks During VII and VIII semesters
TE832 Cryptography & Network Security
TEE01 Internet Engineering and Application
TE833 VLSI in Telecommunications
TE834 High Performance Computer Networks TEE02 Real Time Operating systems
TE835 GSM TEE03 DSP Algorithms & Architecture
TE836 RTOS TEE04 RADAR and Radio Aids to Navigation

Chairman-BOS
BOS JUNE 2016

Sub Title : ELECTRONICS DEVICES AND CIRCUITS

Sub Code:TE31 No. of Credits:4=4 : 0 : 0 (L-T-P) No. of lecture hours/week : 4


Exam Duration : CIE +Assignment + SEE = Total No. of Contact Hours
3 hours 45 + 5 + 50 =100 : 52

Course objectives:
1. To become familiar with the different electronic devices, and analysis of different
diode circuits.
2. To understand the DC analysis of BJT circuits.
3. To study the concept of different power amplifiers circuits, estimation of h parameters.
4. To understand different feedback techniques used in electronic circuits and concept of
oscillators.
5. To analyse different FET circuits.

UNIT Syllabus Content No of


No Hours
1 Diode Circuits: Diode Resistance, Diode equivalent circuits, Transition 10
and diffusion capacitance, Reverse recovery time, Load line analysis,
Rectifiers, Clippers and clampers, Voltage Multipliers-relevant problems.
(Text 1)
2 Transistor Biasing:: Operating point, Fixed bias circuits, Emitter bias , 8
Voltage divider bias, DC bias with voltage feedback, Miscellaneous bias
configurations, Design operations, Transistor switching networks, PNP
transistors, Bias stabilization - relevant problems.
(Text 1)
3 Transistor at Low Frequencies: BJT transistor modeling, The re 12
Transistor model, Hybrid equivalent model, CE Fixed bias configuration,
Voltage divider bias, Emitter follower, CB configuration, Collector
feedback configuration, . Effect of RL and RS, Complete hybrid
equivalent model - relevant problems.
Power Amplifiers: Introduction, series fed class A amplifier,
Transformer coupled class A amplifier, class B amplifier operations, class
B amplifier circuits, amplifier distortions, power transistor heat sinking,
class C and class D amplifiers - relevant problems.
(Text 1)
4 (a) Feedback Amplifier: Feedback concept, Feedback connections type, 10
Practical feedback circuits
(b) Oscillators: Oscillator operation, Phase shift Oscillator, Wienbridge
Oscillator, Tuned Oscillator circuits, Crystal Oscillator. (BJT Version
Only) - relevant problems.
(Text 1)
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5 Field Effect Transistor : n-channel JFET , p-channel JFET, JFET 12


fabrication and packaging, JFET characteristics, JFET data-sheet and
parameters, FET amplification and switching, FET Oscillators, FET
biasing – DC load line bias point, Effect of source resistor, gate bias, self-
bias, voltage divider bias - relevant problems.
(Text 2)

Note 1: Unit 3 and Unit 5 will have internal choice.


Note 2: Two assignments are evaluated for 5 marks: Assignment – 1 from units 1 and 2.
Assignment - 2 from units 3, 4 and 5.
Course Outcomes:
CO1: Analyze different electronic circuits using diodes, transistors and FET.
CO2: Designing various transistors dc bias circuit .
CO3: Create different diode, BJT and FET circuits, evaluate h parameters.
CO4: Remember different feedback techniques used in oscillators and amplifiers.
CO5: Understand the concept of amplifiers and oscillators.

Cos Mapping with POs


CO1 PO1,PO2,PO5,PO6,PO10
CO2 PO1,PO2,PO5,PO8
CO3 PO1,PO4,PO5,PO6
CO4 PO1,PO2,PO3
CO5 PO2,PO5,PO6,PO9

TEXT BOOK:
1. “Electronic Devices and Circuit Theory”, Robert L. Boylestad and Louis Nashelsky,
PHI/Pearson Education. 10th Edition , Publication year 2009.
2. “Electronic Devices and Circuits”, David A. Bell, PHI/Oxford University Press, 5th
Edition, Publication year 2008.

REFERENCE BOOKS/WEBLINKS :
1. “Millman’s Electronic Devices and Circuits” , Jacob Millman, Christos C. Halkias and
Satyabrata Jit, Tata - McGraw Hill Publication, 3rd Edition, 2010.
2. “Analog Circuits: A Fundamental Approach”, U.B. Mahadevaswamy,
Pearson/Saguine, Publication year 2007.
3. “Electronic Principles”, David Bates, Albert Malvino, McGraw Hill Publications, 7th
edition, Publication year 2006.
4. http://ocw.mit.edu/courses/electrical-engineering-and-computer-science/6-301-solid-
state-circuits-fall-2010/download-course-materials/
BOS JUNE 2016

Sub Title : DIGITAL SYSTEM DESIGN

Sub Code:TE32 No. of Credits=4 : 0 : 0 (L-T-P) No. of lecture hours/week : 4


Exam Duration : CIE +Assignment + SEE = Total No. of Contact Hours
3 hours 45 + 5 + 50 =100 :52

Course Objectives:
1. To learn the methods of simplifying the digital circuits.
2. To design combinational circuits like arithmetic circuits, code converters,
multiplexers and de-multiplexers.
3. To design and analyse sequential circuits such as registers and counters using flip-
flops.
4. To design and analyse digital circuits using Mealy and Moore models.
5. To apply combinational and sequential circuits in the design of digital systems.

UNIT Syllabus Content No. of


No. Hours
1. Principles of combinational logic: Definition of combinational logic,
Canonical forms, Generation of switching equations from truth tables,
Karnaugh maps-3 and 4 variables, Incompletely specified functions
(Don’t Care terms), Simplifying Max term equations. Quine-McCluskey 12
minimization technique- Quine-McCluskey using don’t care terms,
Reduced Prime Implicant Tables, Map entered variables.
(Text 1)
2. Design of combinational logic: General approach, Decoders-BCD
decoders, Encoders. Digital multiplexers - Using multiplexers as Boolean
function generators. Adders and subtractors- Cascading full adders, Look 12
ahead carry adder, Binary comparators.
(Text 1)
3. Sequential Circuits-I: Basic Bistable Element, Latches, SR Latch,
Application of SR Latch, A Switch Debouncer, The Latch, The gated
SR Latch, The gated D Latch, The Master-Slave Flip-Flops (Pulse-
Triggered Flip-Flops): The Master-Slave SR Flip-Flops, the Master-Slave 09
JK Flip- Flop, Edge Triggered Flip-Flop: The Positive Edge-Triggered D
Flip-Flop.
(Text 2)
4. Sequential Circuits-II: Characteristic Equations of flip-flops, Registers,
Counters - Binary Ripple Counters, Synchronous Binary counters,
Counters based on Shift Registers, Design of a Synchronous counters,
Design of a Synchronous Mod-6 Counter using clocked JK Flip-Flops 09
Design of a Synchronous Mod-6 Counter using clocked D, T, or SR Flip-
Flops.
(Text 2)
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5. Sequential Design: Introduction, Mealy and Moore Models, State


Machine notation, Synchronous Sequential Circuit Analysis and Design.
Construction of state Diagrams, Counter Design, introduction to 10
Programmable logic devices.
(Text 2)

Note 1: Unit 3 and Unit 4 will have internal choice.


Note 2: Two assignments are evaluated for 5 marks: Assignment – 1 from units 1 and 2.
Assignment - 2 from units 3, 4 and 5.
Course Outcomes :

CO1: Learnt the simplification of Boolean expressions and realize with minimum logic gates.
CO2: Analyse the given digital circuits.
CO3: Design various types of combinational and sequential circuits.
CO4: Realise higher order digital circuits using lower order digital circuits.
CO5: Apply combinational and sequential circuits in the design of digital systems.

COs Mapping with POs


CO1 PO1, PO2, PO7, PO10
CO2 PO2, PO3, PO4, PO8
CO3 PO3, PO4, PO7
CO4 PO3, PO4, PO9
CO5 PO5, PO6, PO9

TEXT BOOKS:

1. “Digital Logic Applications and Design”, John M Yarbrough, Cengage Delmar


Learning India Pvt, 2015.
2. “Digital Principles and Design“, Donald D. Givone, Tata McGraw Hill, 1st Edition,
2007.

REFERENCE BOOKS/WEBLINKS:

1. “Fundamentals of logic design”, Charles H Roth, Larry N. Kinney, Cengage Learning,


7th Ed., 2014.
2. “Logic and computer design Fundamentals”, M. Morris Mono and Charles R. Kime,
Pearson Publishers, 4th Edition, 2007.
3. http://elearning.vtu.ac.in/elcmys/CS33.html
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Sub Title : PROGRAMMING IN HDL


Sub Code: TE33 No. of Credits : 3= 3 : 0 : 0 (L-T-P) No. of lecture hours/week : 3
Exam Duration : CIE +Assignment + SEE = Total No. of Contact Hours :
3 hours 45 + 5 + 50 =100 39

Course Objectives :
1. To understand the Description used in HDL languages.
2. To design simple logic circuits and also implementation of various digital logic design
in various applications.
3. To understand the Structural type description used as pointers in C Language.
4. Basic concepts of synthesis are described.
5. To understand the mixed typed and mixed language description.

UNIT Syllabus Content No of


No Hours
1 Introduction: Why HDL? A Brief History of HDL, Structure of HDL 07
Module, Operators, Data types, Types of Descriptions, simulation and
synthesis, Brief comparison of VHDL and Verilog, Introduction to
XILINX , XILINX version of ModelSim, a Verilog Simulator.
2 Data –Flow Descriptions: Highlights of Data-Flow Descriptions, Structure 09
of Data-Flow Description, Data Type- Vectors,
Behavioral Descriptions (VHDL and Verilog): Behavioral Description
highlights, Structure of HDL behavioral Description, The HDL Variable –
Assignment Statement, Sequential statements
3 Structural Descriptions: Highlights of structural Description, Organization 07
of the structural Descriptions.
Procedures and Tasks : Highlights of Procedures and tasks
Functions (HDL).
4 Synthesis Basics: Highlights of Synthesis, Synthesis information from 07
Entity and Module, Mapping Process and Always in the Hardware
Domain.
5 Mixed –Type Descriptions: Why Mixed-Type Description? HDL User- 09
Defined Types, HDL Packages, Mixed-Type Description examples
Mixed –Language Descriptions (VHDL and Verilog): Highlights of
Mixed-Language Description, How to invoke One language from the Other,
Mixed-language Description Examples, Limitations of Mixed-Language
Description.

Note 1: Unit 3 and Unit 5 will have internal choice.


Note 2: Two assignments are evaluated for 5 marks: Assignment – 1 from units 1 and 2.
Assignment - 2 from units 3, 4 and 5.
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Course Outcomes :
CO1: Remember and define different types of Description of HDL.
CO2: Understand the basics of digital design and Invoking from Verilog to VHDL
CO3: Analyze the Structural, Behavioral and dataflow description.
CO4: Develop and execute algorithms for Mixed Type and Mixed Langauge descriptions
CO5: Design, apply and test combinational and sequential circuits, in HDL to verify the
functionality.

COs Mapping with POs

CO1 PO1, PO2, PO3, PO4 , PO7

CO2 PO1, PO2, PO3, PO4, PO6

CO3 PO1, PO2, PO3, PO6, PO7

CO4 PO3, PO6, PO5, PO8, PO10

CO5 PO1,PO2, PO3, PO4

TEXT BOOKS:
1. “HDL Programming (VHDL and Verilog)”- Nazeih M.Botros- Dreamtech Press,
Aug-2006.
2. “A Verilog HDL Primer”- J.Bhaskar – BS Publications, 2nd Edition, 2001.

REFERENCE BOOKS/WEBLINKS:
1. “Verilog HDL”–Samir Palnitkar -Pearson Education, 2nd Edition, Feb 21, 2003.
2. VHDL -Douglas Perry-Tata McGraw-Hill 3rd Edition, 2002.
3. https://electrobotss.files.wordpress.com/2014/01/ ece-iv-fundamentals-of-hdl-10ec45-
notes.pdf
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Sub Title : MEASUREMENTS AND INSTRUMENTATION


Sub Code: TE34 No. of Credits = 3:0:0(L:T:P) No. of lecture hours/week : 3
Exam Duration : CIE +Assignment + SEE = Total No. of Contact Hours :
3 hours 45 + 5 + 50 =100 39

Course objectives :

1. To study different types of errors, instruments used to measure precision of electrical


components.
2. To study various devices for the frequency measurement
3. To study the different types of Signal Generators.
4. To understand basic principles of oscilloscopes and other special oscilloscopes.
5. To study various types of transducers and display devices.

UNIT Syllabus Content No. of


No. Hours
Introduction
(a) Measurement Errors: Gross errors and systematic errors, Absolute
and relative errors, Accuracy, Precision, Resolution and Significant
figures. Problems (Text 1)
1 08
(b)Voltmeters and Multimeters : Introduction, Multi range voltmeter,
Extending voltmeter ranges, Loading, AC voltmeter using Rectifiers –
Half wave and full wave, Peak responding and True RMS voltmeters.
Problems (Text 1)
Digital Instruments : Digital Voltmeters – Introduction, DVM’s based
on V – T, V – F and Successive approximation principles, Problems
2 06
Resolution and sensitivity, General specifications, Digital Multi-meters,
Digital frequency meters, Digital measurement of time.(Text 1)
Signal Generators
Introduction, Fixed and variable AF oscillator, Standard signal generator,
Laboratory type signal generator, AF sine and Square wave generator,
Function generator, Square and Pulse generator, Sweep frequency
3 09
generator, Frequency synthesizer (Text 1)
Primary Sensors and Transducers: Introduction, Electrical
Transducers, LVDT , Piezoelectric transducer, Photoelectric transducer,
Photovoltaic transducer , Types of Sensors and its applications, (Text 1)
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Oscilloscopes
Introduction, Basic principles. (Text 1)
4 Special Oscilloscopes 07
Delayed time-base oscilloscopes, Analog storage, Sampling and Digital
storage oscilloscopes. Spectrum Analyzers: (Text 2)
Application of Transducers
Active and Passive transducers, Digital and Analog Transducers,
Resistive transducers, potentiometer, Strain gauges. (Text 1)
5 09
Display devices: Digital display system, classification of display
devices, LED’s, LCD displays. Bolometer and RF power measurements
using bolometer. (Text 1)

Note 1: Unit 3 and Unit 5 will have internal choice.


Note 2: Two assignments are evaluated for 5 marks: Assignment – 1 from units 1 and 2.
Assignment - 2 from units 3, 4 and 5.

Course Outcomes :
CO1: Remember and define types of errors , precision, accuracy.
CO2: Understand different types of signal , function Generators.
CO3: Analyse different types of Oscilloscopes, Transducers, display devices.
CO4: Evaluate relative & absolute errors, and voltmeter readings.
CO5: Develop and execute the successive approximation in voltmeters.

COs Mapping with POs


CO1 PO1,PO2,PO3
CO2 PO1,PO3,PO4,PO6,PO8,PO10
CO3 PO1,PO2,PO3,PO4,PO10
CO4 PO1,PO2,PO3,PO6,PO10
CO5 PO1, PO2,PO3,PO4,PO10
TEXT BOOKS:
1. “Electronic Instrumentation”, H. S. Kalsi, Tata McGraw-Hill Education, 2nd edition,
2004.
2. “Electronic Instrumentation and Measurements”, David A Bell, Prentice-Hall of
India Publication / Pearson Education, 2nd edition, 2006.

REFERENCE BOOKS:
1. “Electronics and Electrical Measurements”, A K Sawhney, Dhanpat Rai Publications,
9th edition, Reprint 2013.
2. “Principles of Measurement Systems”, John P. Beately, 3rd Edition, Pearson Education,
2000.
3. “Modern Electronic Instrumentation and Measuring Techniques”, Cooper D and A
D Helfrick, Prentice-Hall of India Publication, 2nd edition, 2007.
4. ocw.mit.edu/courses/electrical-engineering-and-computer-science/6-071j-introduction-to-
electronics-signals-and measurements
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Subject Title : FIELD THEORY


Sub Code: TE35 No. of Credits:4= 3:1:0 (L:T:P) No. of hours/week : 3(L)+2(T) = 5
Exam Duration : CIE +Assignment + SEE = Total No. of Contact Hours : 65
3 hours 45 + 5 + 50 =100

Course objectives :
1. To introduce the fundamental principles of static electric fields.
2. To understand the concepts of energy and potential.
3. To study Laplace’s equations and Poisson’s equations and its applications.
4. To introduce the principles of time-varying magnetic field.
5. To learn the use of time-varying Maxwell’s equations for analyzing wave propagation.

UNIT Syllabus Content No. of No. of


No. Lecture Tutorial
Hours Hours
a. Coulomb’s Law and electric field intensity: Experimental
law of Coulomb, Electric field intensity, Field due to
continuous volume charge distribution, Field of a line charge ,
relevant problems
1 b. Electric flux density, Gauss’ law and divergence: Electric 07 06
flux density, Gauss’ law, Divergence, Maxwell’s First
equation(Electrostatics), vector operator ∇ and divergence
theorem, relevant problems
Energy and potential : Energy expended in moving a point
charge in an electric field, The line integral, Definition of
2 potential difference and Potential, The potential field of a point 08 05
charge and system of charges, Potential gradient , Energy
density in an electrostatic field, relevant problems
Conductors, dielectrics, boundary conditions : Current and
current density, Continuity of current, metallic conductors,
Conductor properties and boundary conditions between
conductor and dielectric material ,boundary conditions for
3 09 05
perfect Dielectrics, relevant problems .
Poisson’s and Laplace’s equations: Derivations of Poisson’s
and Laplace’s Equations, Uniqueness theorem, relevant
problems
The steady magnetic field: Biot-Savart law, Ampere’s circuital
law, Curl, Stokes’ theorem, magnetic flux and flux density,
4 scalar and Vector magnetic potentials, Relevant problems. 07 05
Time Varying Maxwell’s equations: Faraday’s Law,
Equation of Continuity.
Uniform Plane wave : Wave Propagation in free space and
dielectrics, Poynting’s theorem and Wave power, Propagation
5 in good conductors – Skin Effect, Depth of penetration ,Normal 08 05
incidence at dielectric-dielectric interface, Normal incidence at
conductor-dielectric interface, relevant problems
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Note 1: Unit 3 and Unit 5 will have internal choice.


Note 2: Two assignments are evaluated for 5 marks: Assignment – 1 from units 1 and 2.
Assignment - 2 from units 3, 4 and 5.

Course Outcomes :
CO1: Understand the concepts of energy expended in moving a charge, potential gradient,
vector magnetic potential, wave propagation in free space.
CO2: Remember Coulomb’s law, Gauss’s law, Ampere’s law, Biot-Savart’s law.
CO3: Evaluate Laplace’s and Poisson’s equations.
CO4: Apply knowledge of Maxwell’s equations for interpretation of uniform plane wave.
CO5: Analyze the variations in EM waves at interface between two media.

COs Mapping with POs


CO1 PO1, PO2, PO10
CO2 PO1, PO2
CO3 PO1, PO2
CO4 PO1, PO2
CO5 PO1, PO2

TEXT BOOKS:

1. “Engineering Electromagnetics”, William H Hayt Jr. and John A Buck,


Tata McGraw- Hill, 8th edition, 2012
2. “Electromagnetic Waves And Radiating Systems,” Edward C. Jordan and Keith G
Balmain, Prentice – Hall of India / Pearson Education, 2nd edition, 1968.Reprint 2002

REFERENCE BOOKS:

1. “Electromagnetics”, Joseph A.Edminister, Mahmod Nahvi, Schaum Outline series,


McGraw Hill,4th edition,2013
2. “Fundamentals of Electromagnetics with MATLAB”, Karl Erik Lonngren, Sava
Vasilev
Savov, Randy J. Jost, SciTech Publication, 2nd edition,2007.
3. http://ocw.mit.edu/courses/electrical-engineering-and-computer-science/6-013-
electromagnetics-and-applications-spring-2009/lecture-notes/
BOS JUNE 2016

Sub Title : EDC LAB


Sub Code: TEL36 No. of Credits : 0 : 0 : 1 (L:T:P) No. of lecture hours/week : 2
Exam Duration : 3 CIE + SEE = 50 + 50 =100
hours

Course Objectives:
1. Design and working of transistor amplifiers.
2. Design and verification of Transistor Oscillators.
3. Design and verification of diode circuits and applications.
4. Analysis of FET characteristics.
5. Introduction to MULTISIM.

1. Design and testing of Diode clipping circuits


2. Design and testing of Clamping circuits.

3. Design and testing of RC coupled Single stage BJT amplifier . Determination of the gain-
frequency response, input and output impedances.

4. Design and testing of BJT Darlington Emitter follower with and without bootstrapping and
determination of the gain, input and output impedances (Single circuit).

5. Design and testing of BJT-RC Phase shift Oscillator for f0 ≤ 10 KHz.


6. Design and testing of BJT – Colpitt’s Oscillators for RF range f0 ≥100KHz.
7. Design and testing of BJT -Crystal Oscillator for f0> 100 KHz
8. Characteristics of FET.

9. Design and testing of half wave Rectifier circuits with and without Capacitor filter.
Determination of ripple factor, regulation and efficiency.

10. Design and testing of fullwave Rectifier circuits with and without Capacitor filter.
Determination of ripple factor, regulation and efficiency.
Study Experiments using MULTISIM :

1. RC coupled amplifier

2. Colpitts Oscillator
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Course Outcomes :
CO1: Design and analysis amplifier circuits using transistors.
CO2: Design of different transistor oscillators.
CO3: Design and analysis of design different clipping and clamping circuits.
CO4: Design and analysis of various rectifier circuits.
CO5: Analysis of different parameters of FET.

COs Mapping with POs


CO1 PO1,PO 2, PO4, PO10
CO2 PO1, PO2, PO3, PO8
CO3 PO1, PO2, PO3, PO4, PO7
CO4 PO1, PO2, PO3, PO4, PO9
CO5 PO1, PO2, PO3, PO5, PO6, PO9
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Sub. Title : DIGITAL SYSTEM DESIGN LAB I


Sub. Code: TEL37 No. of Credits : 0 : 0 : 1 (L:T:P) No. of lecture
hours/week :2
Exam Duration : 3 CIE + SEE = 50 + 50 =100
hours

Course Objectives:
1. To design digital circuit for given Boolean expressions using logic gates.
2. To verify the design of arithmetic circuits using logic gates and ICs.
3. To test different code-conversion circuits.
4. Applications of Multiplexer and De-multiplexers for implementation of different logic
circuits.
5. To test comparator and priority encoder circuits.

1. Simplification, realization of Boolean expressions using logic gates.


2. Simplification, realization of Boolean expressions using Universal gates.
3. Realization of Half and Full adder using logic gates.
4. Realization of Half and Full Subtractors using logic gates.
5. Realization of parallel adder/Subtractors using 7483 chip.
6. BCD to Excess-3 code conversion and vice versa.
7. Realization of Binary to Gray code conversion and vice versa
8. MUX/DEMUX – use of 74153 for arithmetic circuits and code converter.
9. MUX/DEMUX – use of 74139 for arithmetic circuits and code converter.
10. Realization of One/Two bit comparator and study of 7485 magnitude comparator.
11. Verify the working of Priority encoder circuit.

Study Experiment:
1. Verification of Truth table of full adder and one bit comparator using MULTISIM
simulator.
Course Outcomes :
CO1: Design simplified combinational circuits.
CO2: Design adders and subtractors.
CO3: Design and analyze multiplexer and code converters.
CO4: Design and analyze comparators.
CO5: Design different flip-flops and verification of the same.
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COs Mapping with POs


CO1 PO1,PO 2, PO7, PO10
CO2 PO1, PO2, PO3, PO4, PO8
CO3 PO1, PO2, PO3, PO 4, PO 7
CO4 PO1, PO2, PO3, PO4, PO9
CO5 PO1, PO2, PO3, PO5, PO6, PO9
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Sub Title : HDL PROGRAMMING LAB


Sub Code: TEL38 No. of Credits :0 : 0 : 1 (L-T-P) No. of lecture hours/week : 2
Exam Duration : 3 CIE + SEE = 50 + 50 =100
hours

Course objectives :
1. To teach basic programming in HDL for logic gates.
2. To teach programming of different sequential and combinational logic circuits.
3. To teach different types of description of a Full Adder.
4. To teach the interfacing of seven segment.
5. To teach the control the speed and direction of Stepper motor

Note: Programming can be done using any compiler. Download the programs on a
FPGA/CPLD boards such as Apex/Acex/Max/Spartan/Sinfi/TK Base or equivalent and
performance testing may be done using 32 channel pattern generator and logic analyzer apart
from verification by simulation with tools such as Altera / Modelsim or equivalent.

PROGRAMMING (using VHDL and Verilog)

1. Write HDL code to realize all the logic gates.


2. Write a HDL program for the following combinational designs
a. 2 to 4 decoder.
b. 8 to 3 (encoder with priority).
c. 8 to 1 multiplexer.
d. 4 bit binary to gray converter.
e. 4 bit comparator.
3. Write a HDL code to describe the functions of a Full Adder Using three modeling styles.
4. Write a HDL model for 4 bit ALU which decode the 3 bit op-code according to the given
example below.

OPCODE ALU OPERATION


1. A+B
2. A–B
3. A Complement
4. A*B
5. A AND B
6. A OR B
7. A NAND B
8. A XOR B
5. Develop the HDL code for the following flip-flops, SR, D, JK, T.
6. Design 4 bit binary, BCD counters (Synchronous reset and Asynchronous reset) and “any
sequence” counters.
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INTERFACING

1. Write VHDL code to display messages on the given seven segment display.
2. Write VHDL code to control speed, direction of Stepper motor.
3. Write VHDL code to generate different waveforms ( Square, Triangle, Ramp) using DAC
change the frequency and amplitude.
4. Write HDL code to control external lights using relays.

Study Experiments:
1. Write VHDL code to simulate Elevator operation.

Course Outcomes :
CO1: Design and test circuits of increasing complexity and prototype with FPGA.
CO2: Design and verify the functionality of adder in Dataflow, Behavioral, and structural
using HDL.
CO3: Design and test sequential circuits using RTL description, interface stepper motor
and DAC with FPGA.
CO4: Implement digital circuits with Verilog & VHDL.
CO5: Design and test the circuits of MUX, comparator, Gray to binary.

COs Mapping with POs


CO1 PO1,PO 2, PO4, PO10
CO2 PO1, PO2, PO3, PO4, PO8
CO3 PO1, PO2, PO3, PO 4, PO 7
CO4 PO1, PO2, PO3, PO4, PO9
CO5 PO1, PO2, PO3, PO5, PO6, PO9
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Sub Title : MICROCONTROLLERS


Sub Code: TE41 No. of Credits:4= 4:0:0 (L:T:P) No. of lecture hours/week : 4
Exam Duration : 3 hrs CIE +Assignment + SEE = Total No. of Contact Hours : 52
45 + 5 + 50 =100

Course Objectives :

1. To understand the architecture of Microcontrollers and to summarise the instruction set.


2. To learn basic programming for Intel 8051 Microcontroller using Assembly and C
language.
3. To study programming Intel 8051 Microcontroller using Assembly and C language for
timers, serial communication and interrupts.
4. To learn basic programming for MSP430 Microcontroller using assembly and C language.
5. To study interfacing programs for MSP430 Microcontroller in assembly and C language.

Unit Syllabus Content No. of hrs.


No.

1. Introduction to microcontrollers: Introduction, RISC and CISC 08


CPU Architectures, Harvard and Von- Neumann CPU architecture.
The 8051 Architecture, Pin diagram of 8051, Memory organization,
External Memory interfacing. Addressing modes: Immediate
addressing, Register addressing, Direct addressing, Indirect
addressing, instruction timings.
(Text 1)
2. 8051 instructions: Data transfer instructions, Arithmetic 10
instructions, Logical instructions, Branch instructions, Subroutine
instructions, Bit manipulation instruction. 8051 programming:
Assembler directives, Assembly language programs and Time delay
calculations. Stack operations. Introduction to Embedded C, C data
types, logical operations, programming 8051 using embedded C.
(Text 1)
3. Timers/counters: 8051 timers/counters, programming 8051 timers 12
in assembly and C. Data communication, Basics of Serial Data
Communication, 8051 Serial Communication, connections to RS-
232, Serial communication Programming in assembly and C. 8051
Interrupts and Basics of interrupts: 8051 interrupt structure,
8051 Interfacing and Applications: Basics of I/O concepts, I/O Port
Operation, Interfacing 8051 to LCD, DAC, Stepper motor
interfacing programming.
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(Text 1)
4. MSP430 Microcontrollers: Low Power embedded systems, On- 12
chip peripherals (analog and digital), low-power RF capabilities.
Target applications (Single-chip, low cost, low power, high
performance system design).
MSP430 RISC CPU architecture: Compiler-friendly features,
Instruction set, Clock system, Memory subsystem. Key
differentiating factors between different MSP430 families.
Introduction to Code Composer Studio (CCS v4). Understanding
how to use CCS for Assembly and C.
Digital I/O – I/O ports programming using C and assembly,
Understanding the mixing scheme of the MSP430 pins.
(Text 2)
5. On-chip peripherals: Instruction timings, Basic Timer, Real Time
Clock (RTC), ADC, Seven segment LED modules interfacing.
Using the Low-power features of MSP430. Clock system, low- 10
power modes, Clock request feature, Low-power programming and
Interrupt.
(Text 2)

Note 1: Unit 3 and Unit 4 will have internal choice.


Note 2: Two assignments are evaluated for 5 marks: Assignment – 1 from units 1 and 2.
Assignment - 2 from units 3, 4 and 5.

Course outcomes:

CO1: Learnt the concepts of Microprocessors and Microcontrollers.


CO2: Studied basic programming for Intel 8051 Microcontroller using assembly and C
language.
CO3: Learnt programming Intel 8051 Microcontroller using assembly and C language for
timers, serial communication and interrupts.
CO4: Able to execute basic programs for MSP430 Microcontroller using assembly and C
language.
CO5: Studied and able to write interfacing programs for MSP430 Microcontroller in
assembly and C language.

COs Mapping with POs


CO1 PO1,PO 2,PO7, PO10
CO2 PO1,PO 2,PO3, PO4, PO8
CO3 PO1,PO2, PO3, PO4, PO7
CO4 PO1,PO2, PO3, PO4, PO9
CO5 PO1,PO 2, PO3, PO5,PO6, PO9
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TEXT BOOKS:
1. “The 8051 Microcontroller and Embedded Systems – using assembly and C”,
Muhammad Ali Mazidi, Janice Gillespie Mazidi and Rollin D. McKinlay; PHI,
Pearson, 2006.
2. “MSP430 Microcontroller Basics”, John Davies, Elsevier, 2010.

REFERENCE BOOKS/WEBLINKS:
1. “The 8051 Microcontroller Architecture, Programming and Applications”, 2e
Kenneth J. Ayala, Thomson Learning 2005.
2. MCS 51 Microcontroller family user’s manual.
3. “MSP430 Teaching CD-ROM”, Texas Instruments, 2008.
4. http://elearning.vtu.ac.in/elcmys/06ES42.html
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Sub Title : TRANSMISSION LINES AND CONTROL SYSTEMS


Sub Code: TE42 No. of Credits : 4:0:0(L:T:P) No. of lecture hours/week : 4

Exam Duration : 3 CIE +Assignment + SEE = Total No. of Contact Hours : 52


45 + 5 + 50 =100

Course Objectives :

1. To introduce the types of Transmission Lines and analyze of their circuit equivalent.
2. To understand the concept of Standing waves.
3. To learn use of Smith chart.
4. To learn mathematical modeling of a system and finding the transfer function.
5. To learn block diagram reduction rules and finding transfer function using Signal flow
graphs.

No. of
UNIT Syllabus Content
Hours
No.
Teaching
Transmission – Line Theory :The transmission Line general solution,
Physical significance of the equations; the infinite line, The distortion less
Line, The telephone cable, Reflection on a Line not terminated in Z0, Open
1 10
and short circuited Lines, Reflection loss, Insertion loss, T and PI sections
equivalent to Lines, relevant problems .
(Text 1)
The Line at radio frequencies: Parameters of open wire Line at high
frequencies, parameters of the coaxial Line at high frequencies, Constants
2 for the Line of zero dissipation, problems, standing waves; nodes ; standing 10
wave ratio.
(Text 1)
3 Impedance matching : input impedance of dissipationless line, input
impedance of open- and short-circuited lines, single-stub impedance
matching, The quarter wave Line and its applications, relevant equations and 12
problems
Smith Chart and its applications : Smith Circle diagram, Applications of
Smith chart, Single-stub impedance matching with Smith Chart.
(Text 1)
Mathematical Modeling of Systems: Introduction to Control Systems,
Types of Control Systems, Differences between Open loop and closed loop
systems, Differential equations of Physical Systems - Mechanical systems
4 10
both translational and rotational systems, Analogous networks using both
Force-voltage and force-current analogy, problems.
(Text 2)
Block diagrams and signal flow graphs: Transfer function, Block diagram
5. reduction techniques, Signal Flow graph, Mason’s gain formula, problems. 10
(Text 2)
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Note 1: Unit 4 and Unit 5 will have internal choice.


Note 2: Two assignments are evaluated for 5 marks: Assignment – 1 from units 1 and 2.
Assignment - 2 from units 3, 4 and 5.

Course Outcomes :
CO1: Understand the types and parameters of transmission line, various classifications of control
systems, transfer function.
CO2: Remember general solution for transmission line, parameters of open-wire and co-axial
line, Mason’s gain formula.
CO3: Analyze different types of transmission lines.
CO4: Application of Smith chart to solve problems associated with transmission lines and
impedance matching.
CO5: Evaluate transfer function using Block diagram reduction techniques and signal flow graph.

COs Mapping with POs


CO1 PO1,PO2,PO8
CO2 PO1,PO2,PO3
CO3 PO1,PO2
CO4 PO1,PO2,PO10
CO5 PO1,PO2,PO3

TEXT BOOKS:

1.“Network Lines and Fields” , John D Ryder, 2 edition, PHI, 2005.


2.“Control Systems Engineering”, J. Nagarath and M.Gopal, New Age International,
Fifth edition, 2008.

REFERENCE BOOKS/WEBLINKS:

1. “Transmission Lines and Networks”, Umesh Sinha, 8th edition, Satya Prakashana (Tech
India Publication), 2003.
2. “Control Systems Engineering”, Norman S. Nise, Wiley-India (P) Ltd., 6th Edition,2010
3. http://personal.delen.polito.it/Renato.Orta/PassOpticalComp/TransmissionLinesLecture
NotesNov2012.pdf
4. http://www.bput.ac.in/lecture_notes/Control_System.pdf
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Sub Title : SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS


Sub Code: TE43 No. of Credits:4= 3:1:0(L:T:P) No. of lecture hours/week :
3(L)+2(T)=5 hours
Exam Duration : 3 CIE +Assignment + SEE = Total No. of Contact Hours :
hours 45 + 5 + 50 =100 65

Course Objectives :
1. To study the basics of signals, systems and their properties.
2. To learn impulse response representation of Linear Time Invariant systems.
3. To understand properties of impulse response representation, difference and differential
equation and block diagram representation.
4. To study and compute Z – transform, its inverse and RoC. To learn unilateral Z-
Transforms for solving difference equation.
5. To study Fourier series and transform of signals. To compute frequency domain
representation of signals.

Syllabus Content No. of Hours


UNIT No.
Teaching Tutorial
Basics of Signals and Systems: Definitions of
signal and system, Classification of signals, Basic
1 operations on signals, elementary signals: basic 7 5
continuous-time signals and discrete-time signals,
Properties of systems. Problems.
Linear Time Invariant system – 1 :
Introduction, Convolution: Impulse response 7 5
2
representation for LTI Systems, Convolution sum
and Convolution Integral. Problems.
Linear Time Invariant system – 2 :
Properties of impulse response representation for
3 LTI systems, Differential and Difference equation 7 4
representations. Problems. Block diagram
representations.
Z-Transforms: Introduction, Z – transform,
Properties of ROC, Properties of Z – transforms,
Problems
4 9 6
Inversion of Z – transforms, Transform analysis of
LTI Systems, Unilateral Z- Transform and its
application to solve difference equations, Problems.
Fourier Analysis of Continuous Time Signals
and systems :
Introduction, Fourier Series representation of
5. periodic signals, Fourier Transform, Properties of 9 6
Fourier Transforms, Problems.
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Fourier Analysis of Discrete Time signals and


systems :
Introduction, Discrete Fourier series, Fourier
Transform, Properties of Fourier Transforms,
Problems.

Note 1: Unit 4 and Unit 5 will have internal choice.


Note 2: Two assignments are evaluated for 5 marks: Assignment – 1 from units 1 and 2.
Assignment - 2 from units 3, 4 and 5.

Course Outcomes :

CO1: Understand signals, systems & their representation in time and frequency domains.
CO2: Evaluate the response of the system in time and frequency domains.
CO3: Analyze frequency domain representation of continuous time and discrete time
systems.
CO4: Apply transformation to analyze signal characteristics in time and frequency domain.
CO5: Apply properties of transforms to solve problems on LTI systems.

COs Mapping with POs


CO1 PO1, PO 2, PO 3, PO 5, PO 8
CO2 PO 2, PO 3, PO 5, PO 8
CO3 PO 2, PO 3, PO 5, PO 8
CO4 PO1, PO 2, PO 3, PO 8
CO5 PO1, PO 2, PO 3, PO 5, PO 8

TEXT BOOKS:
1. Simon Haykin and Barry Van Veen “Signals and Systems”, Wiley India Pvt Ltd, 2nd
Edition, 2007.

REFERENCE BOOKS
1. M J Roberts, “Signals and Systems”, Mc Graw Hill, 2nd Edition, 2011.
2. I J Nagrath, S N Sharan, R Ranjan and S Kumar. “Signals and Systems” TMH, 2002.
3. H P Hsu “Signals and Systems”, Scham’s outlines, TMH, 2008.
4. Alan V Oppenheim, Alan S, Willsky and A Hamid Nawab, “Signals and Systems”,
Pearson Education Asia / PHI, 2nd Edition, 2015.
5. https://engineering.purdue.edu/ChanGroup/ECE302Notes/Book_v1.pdf
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Sub Title : CIRCUIT THEORY


Sub Code: TE44 No. of Credits:3:0:0 (L:T:P) No. of lecture hours/week : 3

Exam Duration : 3 hours CIE +Assignment + SEE = Total No. of Contact Hours :39
45 + 5 + 50 =100

Course Objectives :

1. To learn about the basic laws of electric circuits as well as the key fundamentals of the
communication channels, namely transmission lines.
2. To understand the need of simplification techniques of complicated circuits using network
theorems.
3. To learn about the comprehensive insight into the principle techniques available for
characterizing Resonance circuits, networks and their evaluation of initial and final
conditions and implementation in practice.
4. To learn applications of Laplace transforms in network applications
5. To gain knowledge of two-port network parameters modelling and their implementation.

Syllabus Content No. of Hours


UNIT No. Teaching

Basic Concepts: Practical sources, Source transformations,


Network reduction using Star – Delta transformation, Loop
1 and Node analysis With linearly dependent and independent 9
sources for DC and AC networks, Concepts of super Node
and super Mesh, relevant problems.
Network Theorems: Superposition, Reciprocity and
2 Millman’s theorem, Thevinin’s and Norton’s theorems; 8
Maximum Power transfer theorem, relevant problems.
Resonant Circuits: Series and parallel resonance,
3 frequency response of series and parallel circuits, Q-factor, 8
Bandwidth relevant problems.
Transient behavior and initial conditions :
Behaviors of circuit elements under switching condition and
4 their Representation, Evaluation of initial and final 7
conditions in RL, RC and RLC circuits for AC and DC
excitations, relevant problems.
Laplace Transformation : Solution of networks, step,
ramp and impulse responses, waveform Synthesis,
5. definition of transfer function, relevant problems 7
Two port network parameters : Definition of z, y, h and
transmission parameters .
Note 1: Unit 3 and Unit 4 will have internal choice.
Note 2: Two assignments are evaluated for 5 marks: Assignment – 1 from units 1 and 2.
Assignment - 2 from units 3, 4 and 5.
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Course Outcomes :
CO1:State and understand various Network theorems.
CO2: Understand basic concepts of Network Reduction techniques.
CO3: Apply knowledge of mathematics to solve and understand Network theorems related to
network, initial conditions, Laplace Transformations, Two port network parameters
CO4: Analyse networks in terms of different two port network parameters.
CO5: Evaluate the transient behaviour of different networks, and quality factor of resonant
circuits.

COs Mapping with POs

CO1 PO1,PO2,PO4

CO2 PO2,PO4

CO3 PO1,PO2,PO3,PO4,PO5

CO4 PO1,PO4

CO5 PO1,PO4

TEXT BOOKS:
1. “Network Analysis”, M. E. Van Valkenburg, PHI / Pearson Education, 3rd Edition.
Reprint 2002.
2. “Networks and systems”, Roy Choudhury,2nd edition,2009, New Academic Science Ltd.

REFERENCE BOOKS :
1.“Basic Circuit Analysis” by John O’Maley, 2nd Edition, Schaum’s Outlines,2011.

2.“Engineering Circuit Analysis”, Hayt, Kemmerly and Durbin, 8th Edition, TMH, 2013.

3. elearning.vtu.ac.in/06ES34.html
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Sub Title : OP AMP AND ITS APPLICATIONS


Sub Code: TE45 No. of Credits: (L:T:P) No. of lecture hours/week : 3
3= 3 : 0 : 0 (L-T-P)
Exam Duration : 3 hours CIE +Assignment + SEE = Total No. of Contact Hours : 39
45 + 5 + 50 =100

Course Objectives :
1. To Learn basic concepts of Op Amp, Parameters, Opamps as DC Amplifiers, Opamp as
Inverting, Non Inverting, Summing, Difference Circuits.
2. To design Op-Amps as AC Amplifiers, High Zin Capacitor Coupled Voltage Follower,
Inverting, Non Inverting Op Amp.
3. To understand Op-Amps frequency response and compensation.
4. To understand and design waveform generation circuits, and understand various linear
applications of Op-amp.
5. To understand various Non-linear applications of Op-amp and 555 Timer.

No. of
Syllabus Content
UNIT No. Hours
Teaching
Operational Amplifier Fundamentals: Basic Op-Amp circuit,
Op-Amp parameters – Input and output voltage, CMRR and
PSRR, offset voltages and currents, Input and output impedances,
Slew rate and Frequency limitations; Op-Amps as DC Amplifiers-
1 08
Biasing Op-Amps, Direct coupled -Voltage Followers, Non-
inverting Amplifiers, Inverting amplifiers, Summing amplifiers,
Difference amplifier.
(Text 1)
Op-Amps as AC Amplifiers: Capacitor coupled Voltage
Follower, High input impedance - Capacitor coupled Voltage
Follower, Capacitor coupled Non-inverting Amplifiers, High
2 input impedance - Capacitor coupled Non-inverting Amplifiers, 08
Capacitor coupled Inverting amplifiers, setting the upper cut-off
frequency.
(Text 1)
Op-Amps frequency response and compensation: Circuit
stability, Frequency and phase response, Frequency compensating
3 methods, Band width, Slew rate effects, Zin Mod compensation, 06
and circuit stability precautions.
(Text 1)
Op-Amp Applications: Voltage sources, current sources and
current sinks, Current amplifiers, instrumentation amplifier,
4 Integrator, Comparator, sample and hold circuits, V to I and I to 08
V converters, phase shift oscillator, Wein bridge oscillator .
(Text 1 )
Non-linear circuit applications: Crossing detectors, inverting
5. 09
Schmitt trigger circuits, Active Filters –First and second order
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Low pass and High pass filters.


Other Linear IC applications: 555 timer - Basic timer circuit,
555 timer used as astable and monostable multivibrator, Schmitt
trigger,Square Wave Generator, PLL-operating principles, VCO.
(Text 1)

Note 1: Unit 4 and Unit 5 will have internal choice.


Note 2: Two assignments are evaluated for 5 marks: Assignment – 1 from units 1 and 2.
Assignment - 2 from units 3, 4 and 5.

Course Outcomes :
CO1: An ability to Remember Op-Amp basics and parameters like Input and output voltage,
CMRR and PSRR, offset voltages and currents, Input and output impedances, Slew rate
and Frequency limitations
CO2: To Understand Opamp Applications like Linear and Non Linear applications
CO3: Design all basic Opamp circuit like Inverting, Non Inverting, Summing, Difference
Circuit, High capacitance Voltage Follower, Inverting, Non Inverting Circuits.
CO4: To analyze Op-Amps frequency response and different compensation techniques.
CO5: Implementation of various applications using Opamp and 555 timer.

COs Mapping with POs

CO1 PO1,PO2,

CO2 PO1, PO3,

CO3 PO1,PO2

CO4 PO2, PO5,PO9

CO5 PO2

TEXT BOOKS:
1. “Operational Amplifiers and Linear IC’s” , David A. Bell, 3rd edition. Oxford
University Press, 2011.
2. “Linear Integrated circuits”, D. Roy Choudhary and Shail B. Jain, 3rd edition, New
Academic Science Ltd. 2010.
3. “Op Amps and Linear Integrated circuits”, Ramakant .A. Gayakwad, 4th edition,
PHI,2009.

REFERENCE BOOKS:
1.“Op - Amps and Linear Integrated Circuits”, James M. Fiore, Thomson Learning,
2001.
2.“Design with Operational Amplifiers and Analog Integrated Circuits”, Sergio
Franco,TMH, 3rd edition,2005.
3. http://www.electronics-tutorials.ws/opamp/opamp_1.html
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Sub Title : MICROCONTROLLERS LAB

Sub Code: TEL46 No. of Credits : 0 : 0 : 1 No. of lecture hours/week : 2


(L-T-P)
Exam Duration : 3 CIE + SEE = 50 + 50 =100
hours

Course Objectives :

1. Write and execute programs on arrays using assembly language programs for 8051 and
MSP430.
2. To learn bit manipulation and code conversion programs using assembly language
programs for 8051 and MSP430.
3. To learn programs on timers, serial port programming and interrupts using assembly
language programs for 8051 and MSP430.
4. To execute LCD, ADC and Keyboard interfacing programs for 8051 and MSP430 using C
language.
5. To execute ADC, RTC and Stepper Motor interfacing programs for 8051 and MSP430
using C language.

I. ASSEMBLY LANGUAGE PROGRAMMING

Note: Programming exercise is to be done on 8051 and MSP430 Microcontrollers.

1. Assembly language program to exchange a block of data with another block.


2. Assembly language program to add n 1-byte numbers and store 16 bit sum.
3. Assembly language program to implement 16 bit Counters using delay subroutine.
4. Assembly language program to implement 4 : 1 multiplexer circuits.
5. Assembly language program to convert BCD to ASCII using logical instructions and
arithmetic instructions and verify whether same answer is obtained.

II C LANGUAGE PROGRAMS USING 8051 MICROCONTROLLER

6. C program to send a string to serial port.


7. C program to Chip timer/Counter, Program as event counter, Programs using serial port
and interrupts.

III. INTERFACING USING 8051 MICROCONTROLLER:

8. C program for key board interface to display the key pressed on LEDs using 8051
microcontroller.
9. C program for LCD interface to display a string using 8051 microcontroller.
10. C program for generation of waveforms – Square and Triangular using DAC interface
using 8051 microcontroller
11. C program for Stepper motor control to change the direction of rotation and speed using
8051 microcontroller.
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Course Outcomes :

CO1: Learnt simple assembly language programs for 8051 Microcontroller.


CO2: Developed and executed assembly language programs using different types of
instructions
for 8051 Microcontroller.
CO3: Learnt assembly language programs using different types of instructions for MSP430
Microcontroller.
CO4: Written and executed C programs for 8051 and MSP430 Microcontrollers.
CO5: Coded and executed C programs for interfacing 8051 Microcontroller.

COs Mapping with POs

CO1 PO1, PO3,PO4

CO2 PO1,PO3, PO4

CO3 PO3,PO4, PO7

CO4 PO3, PO4, PO5

CO5 PO3,PO5, PO8, PO10


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Subject Title : Signals & Systems Laboratory

Sub Code : TEL47 No of credits : 1= 0:0:1 (L-T-P) No of hrs/week : 2

Exam duration : 3hrs CIE+SEE = 50 + 50 =100

Course Objectives:
1. To write programs for generating basic signals
2. To compute response of the system for impulse and step inputs
3. To study pole-zero plot and frequency plot for different functions
4. To find the response of the LTI system
5. To provide a thorough understanding and working knowledge of system responses,
convolution and sampling process.
LIST OF EXPERIMENTS USING MATLAB/ SCILAB & Simulink

1. Plot the given signal (circle, ellipse & parabola) using MATLAB.
2. Plot Discrete time elementary signals: Impulse, Step, Ramp, Exponential, Sine wave
& Cosine wave.
3. Computation of Impulse response & Step Response of a given system represented by
difference equation.
4. Linear convolution of two given sequences (with and without using command).
eg: x(n)={1,2,3,4}, h(n)={1,2,1,2}.
5. Solving a given difference equation with and without initial conditions.
eg: y(n) + 2y(n-1) + 33y(n-2) = x(n) + 4x(n-1) + 3x(n-2) ; y(0)= 1,y(1)=-1
6. Verification of Sampling theorem (Under sampling, Nyquist sampling and over
sampling conditions).
7. Pole- Zero plot of Z- Transform of given sequence.
8. Implement Fourier Transform for a discrete LTI system and also plot the spectra.
9. Implement Impulse, Step and steady state response of a give system using Simulink.

Study Experiment:
1. Demonstration of concept of closed loop system using Simulink.

Course Outcome :
CO1: Execute the programs to generate basic geometric shapes and elementary signals.
CO2: Evaluate the response of LTI systems for different basic signals.
CO3: Demonstrate the sampling of continuous time signals and the reconstruction.
CO4: Analyze Fourier transform and plot the spectra.
CO5: Apply the concept of Z – transform and closed loop system.
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COs Mapping with POs


CO1 PO1, PO 2, PO 3, PO4, PO 5, PO 8
CO2 PO 2, PO 3, PO4
CO3 PO 3, PO4, PO 5
CO4 PO 2, PO 3, PO 5
CO5 PO1, PO 2, PO 4, PO 5
BOS JUNE 2016

Sub Title : DIGITAL SYSTEMS DESIGN LAB II

Sub Code: TEL48 No. of Credits : 0 : 0 : 1 No. of lecture hours/week : 2


(L-T-P)
Exam Duration : 3 CIE + SEE = 50 + 50 =100
hours

Course Objectives :

1. To verify truth tables of flip-flops, and ripple counters using IC 7476.


2. To design and verify design of ripple counters using Counter ICs.
3. To design and verify design of synchronous counters using JK flip-flop ICs.
4. To design and verify design of synchronous counters using Counter ICs and shift registers.
5. To design and verify design of DAC and use 555 timer as astable and monostable
multivibrators.

1. Truth table verification of Flip-Flops: (i) JK Master slave (ii) T type and (iii) D type
using IC 7476.
2. Realization of 3 bit ripple counter MOD – N counter using IC 7476.
3. Realization of Decade counter and MOD – N counter using IC 7490.
4. Realization of Decade up / down counter and MOD – N counter using IC 74192.
5. Realization of binary counter and MOD – N counter using IC 74193.
6. Design and realization of synchronous mod – N counter using IC 7476.
7. Design and realization of synchronous mod – N counter using D flip-flops.
8. Shift left; Shift right, SIPO, SISO, PISO, PIPO operations using 74S95.
9. Wiring and testing Ring counter and Johnson counter.
10. To design and test R-2R DAC using operational amplifier.
11. To design and test the following circuits using IC555
a. Astable multivibrator for given frequency and duty cycle.
b. Monostable multivibrator for given pulse width W.
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Study Experiment:
1. Verification of Truth table of 3 bit ripple counter (IC7476-JK flipflop) and 4 bit ring
counter (IC7495) using MULTISIM.

Course outcomes:

CO1. Verified truth tables of flip-flops, and ripple counters using IC 7476.
CO2. Designed and verified design of ripple counters using Counter ICs.
CO3. Designed and verified design of synchronous counters using JK flip-flop ICs.
CO4. Designed and verified design of synchronous counters using Counter ICs and shift
registers.
CO5. Designed and verified design of DAC and use 555 timer as astable and monostable
multivibrators.

COs Mapping with POs


CO1 PO1,PO2, PO7, PO10
CO2 PO1,PO 2, PO3, PO4, PO8
CO3 PO1, PO2,PO3, PO4, PO7
CO4 PO1,PO2, PO3, PO4, PO9
CO5 PO1, PO2, PO3, PO5, PO6, PO9
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Sub. Title : DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING


Sub. Code: TE51 No. of Credits : 4=3:1:0 (L:T:P) No. of lecture hours/week :
3+2=5 hours
Exam Duration : 3 hours CIE +Assignment + SEE = Total of Contact Hours : 65
45 + 5 + 50 =100

Course Objectives :
1. To introduce signals, systems, time and frequency domain concepts, frequency domain sampling,
DFT and its properties and linear filtering.
2. To compute DFT using FFT algorithms.
3. To study and design analog and digital IIR filters and analog to digital filter transformation.
4. To study windows and frequency sampling method for FIR filter design.
5. To learn implementation of IIR and FIR filters by direct form – I and II, cascade, lattice and parallel
realization.

Syllabus Content No. of Hours


UNIT No
Teaching Tutorial
Discrete Fourier Transforms (DFT) and its Properties: Frequency
domain sampling and reconstruction of discrete time signals. DFT as
a linear transformation, its relationship with other transforms.
1 08 05
Properties of DFT, multiplication of two DFTs- the circular
convolution, additional DFT properties, use of DFT in linear
filtering, overlap-save and overlap-add method.
Fast-Fourier-Transform (FFT) algorithms: Direct computation of
DFT, need for efficient computation of the DFT (FFT algorithms).
2 Radix-2 FFT algorithm for the computation of DFT and IDFT. 09 06
Decimation-in-time and Decimation-in-frequency algorithms.
Goertzel algorithm and chirp-z transform.
IIR filter design: Characteristics of commonly used analog filters –
Butterworth and Chebyshev filters, analog to analog frequency
transformations. Design of IIR filters from analog filters
3 (Butterworth and Chebyshev) - impulse invariance method. Mapping 09 06
of transfer functions: Approximation of derivative (backward
difference and bilinear transformation) method, Matched z
transforms, Verification for stability and linearity during mapping.
FIR filter design: Introduction to FIR filters, design of FIR filters
4 07 05
using - Rectangular, Hamming, Bartlett and Kaiser windows, FIR
filter design using frequency sampling technique.
Implementation of discrete-time systems: Structures for IIR and
5. FIR systems- direct form I and direct form II systems, cascade, 06 04
lattice and parallel realization.

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Note 1: Unit 3 and Unit 4 will have internal choice.


Note 2: Two assignments are evaluated for 5 marks: Assignment – 1 from units 1 and 2.
Assignment - 2 from units 3, 4 and 5.

Course Outcomes:
CO1: Remember the properties of DFTs.
CO2: Analyze the importance and applications of DFT and FFT algorithm.
CO3: Design FIR and IIR filters which are used for various applications.
CO4: Employ digital filter structure to implement FIR and IIR expression.
CO5: Gain knowledge of various forms digital filter structure and designing of it.

COs Mapping with POs


CO1 PO1, PO2, PO3, PO4, PO5, PO8
CO2 PO1, PO2, PO3, PO4, PO5, PO8
CO3 PO1, PO2, PO3, PO4, PO5, PO8
CO4 PO2, PO3, PO4, PO5, PO8
CO5 PO2, PO3, PO4, PO5, PO8

TEXT BOOKS:

1. “Digital signal processing – Principles, Algorithms and Applications”, John G Proakis and
Dimitris G Manolakis, 4th Edition, Pearson education, New Delhi, 2007.

REFERENCE BOOKS/WEBLINKS :

1. “Digital Signal Processing”, S. K. Mitra, 3rd Edition, Tata Mc-Graw Hill, 2010.
2. “Discrete Time Signal Processing”, Alan V Oppenheim and Ronald W Schafer, PHI, 2003.
3. “Digital Signal Processing, Li Tan”, Elsevier publications, 2007.
4. http://ocw.mit.edu/resources/res-6-008-digital-signal-processing-spring-2011/study-materials/

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Sub Title :Analog Communication


Sub Code: TE52 No of Credits : 4=4:0:0 (L-T-P) No of lecture hours/week : 4
Exam Duration : 3 hours CIE +Assignment + SEE = Total No of Contact Hours :
45 + 5 + 50 =100 52

Course Objectives:

1. Ability to apply Mathematical concepts of convolution and Fourier Transforms to arrive at the
time-domain and frequency-domain representation of amplitude modulated and angle and its
generation methods ,DSBSC modulation.
2. Ability to apply Mathematical concepts of convolution, correlation and Fourier Transforms to
arrive at the canonical representation of band-pass signals and SSBSC generation methods, time-
domain description of SSB using canonical representation
3. Ability to understand concept of VSB both in time and frequency-Domain.
4. To understand the concept of Angle modulation.
5. To learn the impact of noise in modulated waves.

Unit No Syllabus No of
hours
1 Standard AM: Introduction to AM, Time-Domain and Frequency –
Domain descriptions of Standard AM, Generation of AM wave: square law
modulator, switching modulator. Detection of AM waves : square law
detector, envelop detector. 12
Double side band suppressed carrier modulation (DSBSC): Time-Domain
description, Frequency-Domain representation, Generation of DSBSC waves:
balanced modulator, ring modulator. Coherent detection of DSBSC
modulated waves, Costas loop.
(Text-1)
2 Single Sideband Suppressed Carrier (SSBSC) : Hilbert transform,
properties of Hilbert transform, Pre-envelope, Frequency-Domain description
of SSB wave, Time- Domain Description of SSB using canonical
representation, Phase discrimination method for generating an SSB modulated 12
wave, Time-Domain description, Phase discrimination method for generating
an SSB modulated wave, Demodulation of SSB waves.
(Text-1)
3 Vestigial Sideband Modulation (VSB)and Applications of AM :
Frequency – Domain description, Generation of VSB modulated wave, Time
– Domain description, Envelop detection of VSB wave plus carrier, 08
Frequency translation, Frequency division multiplexing, Application : AM
radio .
(Text-1)
4 Angle Modulation :Basic definitions, Comparison of FM and PM narrow
band FM, wide band FM, transmission bandwidth of FM waves, generation of 10
FM waves: indirect FM and direct FM. Demodulation of FM waves, Phase-
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locked loop, Nonlinear model of the phase – locked loop, Linear model of the
phase – locked loop.
(Text-1)
5 Noise : Introduction, shot noise, thermal noise, white noise, Noise equivalent
bandwidth, Narrow bandwidth, Noise Figure, Equivalent noise Temperature,
cascade connection of two-port networks. (Text-1) 10
Noise in Continuous wave Modulation Systems : Introduction, Noise
Power Spectral Density, Receiver model, Noise in DSB-SC receivers, Noise
in SSB receivers, Noise in AM receivers, Threshold effect, Noise in FM
receivers, Pre-emphasis and De-emphasis in FM.
(Text-1)

Note 1: Unit 4 and Unit 5 will have internal choice.


Note 2: Two assignments are evaluated for 5 marks: Assignment – 1 from units 1 and 2.
Assignment - 2 from units 3, 4 and 5.

Course Outcomes:

CO1: Remember and Understand the basic concepts of Communication, AM, Angle modulation and
types of noise.
CO2: Analyze and design the generation, detection and applications of various types of amplitude
modulation techniques.
CO3: Describe time domain and frequency domain representation of various modulation techniques.
CO4: Analyze the application of FM and PM.
CO5: Evaluate the FOM for various CW modulation systems.

COs Mapping with POs


CO1 PO1,PO2, PO5, PO10
CO2 PO1, PO2, PO5, PO10
CO3 PO1, PO2, PO5, PO10
CO4 PO1, PO2, PO10
CO5 PO1, PO2, PO5, PO10

TEXT BOOKS :
1. An Introduction to Analog and Digital Communication, Simon Haykin, John Wiley India Pvt.
Ltd, 2008.
2. Communication Systems, Simon Haykin, 5th Edition, John Willey India Pvt. Ltd, 2009.

REFERENCE BOOKS/WEBLINKS :
1. Modern digital and analog Communication systems B. P. Lathi,3rd Ed 2005 Oxford University press.
2. Communication Systems : A Bruce Carlson, Paul Crilly and Janel C Rutledge, McGraw-Hill Higher
Education, 4th edition .
3. Communication Systems: Analog and digital, Singh and Sapre ,TMH 2nd , Ed 2007.
4. https://www.smartzworld.com/notes/analog-communication-system-ac/
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Sub. Title : ANTENNA AND WAVE PROPAGATION


Sub. Code: TE53 No. of Credits: 3=3:0:0(L:T:P) No. of lecture hours/week : 3

Exam Duration : CIE +Assignment + SEE = Total No. of Contact Hours : 39


3 hours 45 + 5 + 50 =100

Course Objectives :
1. To understand the radiation mechanisms of antennas and also to learn about basic parameters of
antennas.
2. To understand the concepts of point sources and arrays.
3. Have an insight into various Broad band antennas.
4. To study various Practical antennas.
5. Learn to acquire thorough understanding of the wave propagation.

No. of
UNIT Syllabus Content Hours
No Teaching

Fundamental Concepts: Basic Antenna Parameters(concept of radiation),


Antenna parameters: Radiation pattern, gain, directivity, effective aperture,
1 Effective Height, Beam Efficiency, Retarded Potential A Far field due to an 08
alternating current element, Antenna field zones.
(Text 1)
Point Sources: Introduction, Power theorem and its applications, Radiation
intensity, Power patterns,
Examples of Power patterns, Field patterns, Phase patterns.
2 Antenna arrays: Arrays of two isotropic point sources, Arrays of Non- 08
isotropic sources, Pattern multiplication, Array of n- isotropic point sources
with equal amplitude and spacing, Broadside and End fire arrays.
(Text 1)
Antennas: Small Loop, Horn Antenna, Helical Antenna, (Geometry and
modes), Frequency independent concepts: Rumsey’s principle; log spiral
antenna and log periodic antenna.. 08
3
Reflector Antennas(9.1),Corner Reflector(9.3),The parabola general
properties, The paraboloidal reflector, Feed methods for parabolic reflectors.
(Text 1)

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Microstrip Antenna: Introduction, Salient features, advantages, limitations,


feed methods, method of analysis, Techniques for size reduction,
4 08
Applications, Design considerations for the lab experiments.
(Text 1)
Wave Propagation: The Fundamental equation for free space propagation,
modes of propagation, Structure of atmosphere, Characteristics of different
ionized regions, sky wave propagation and Definitions, Skip distance,
5. optimum working frequency, Ionospheric abnormalities(11.16.1-11.16.5), 07
Ionospheric absorption and multi hop propagation, space wave
propagation(11.9.1 and 11.19.4),Duct propagation.
(Text 2)

Note 1: Unit 3 and Unit 5 will have internal choice.


Note 2: Two assignments are evaluated for 5 marks: Assignment – 1 from units 1 and 2.
Assignment - 2 from units 3, 4 and 5.

Course Outcomes :
CO1:Remember, Define and apply the basic concepts of antenna parameters, point sources and
different propagation modes.
CO2: Describe, discuss, Understand and apply array of point sources, practical antennas
CO3: Design, Evaluate and analyze array of point sources and different propagation modes
CO4: Execute and analyze the different practical and array of antenna
CO5Design and develop and demonstrate practical antennas

COs Mapping with PO’s

CO1 P01,PO2,PO3, PO6,PO10

CO2 PO2,PO3,PO6,PO8

CO3 PO4, PO5,PO9

CO4 PO2,PO3,PO4,PO9

CO5 PO1,PO2,PO3,PO4.PO5,PO10

TEXT BOOKS:
1. “Antenna and Wave Propagation”, John D Kraus, Ronald J. Marhefka and Ahmed S Khan, Fourth
edition, Mc Graw Hill Publication, 2010.
2. “Antenna and Wave Propagation”, Prasad K D , 3rd edition, Satya Prakashan, New Delhi
1996.

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REFERENCE BOOKS:

1. “Antenna Theory Analysis and Design” -, C A Bal anis, 3rd Edn, John Wiley India Pvt. Ltd.,
2008.
2. “Antennas and Propagation for Wireless Communication Systems”, Sineon R Saunders -, John
Wile India Pvt. Ltd., 2008.
3. “Antenna and Wave Propagation”, A R Harish and M. Sachidananda, Oxford Press-2007.
4. “Multi antenna systems for MIMO communications”, Franco De Flaviis, Lluis Jofre, Lluis Jofre,
Alfred Grau, Morgan and Claypool Publishers, 2008.
5. “Antenna Engineering Handbook” John Volakis, IV Edition, McGraw Hill Publications, 2007.
6. studynama.com/community/threads/207-Antenna-Wave-propagation-(AWP)-pdf-notes-
ebook-download

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Subject Title : TELECOMMUNICATION SWITCHING SYSTEMS

Sub. Code : TE54 No. of credits : 4=4:0:0(L-T-P) No. of hrs/week : 4=4

Exam duration : CIE +Assignment + SEE = Total No. of Contact


3 hours 45 + 5 + 50 =100 Hours: 52

Course Objectives :
1. To understand Basics and features of digital switching systems and traffic model.
2. Ability to apply knowledge of lost call systems and Queuing systems to determine Grade of
service.
3. Ability to design a Grading considering the inlets and outlets of switches.
4. To understand switching systems and Time division switching.
5. Ability to understand Switching system software and system maintenance.

Unit Syllabus No. of


No. hours
1 Introduction of Telecommunication Switching: Developments of
telecommunications, Network structure, Network services, terminology,
Regulation, Standards. Introduction to telecommunications 9
transmission, Power levels, Four wire circuits, Digital transmission,
FDM,TDM, PDH and SDH, Transmission performance.
(Text-1)
2 Evolution of switching Systems: Introduction, classifications and
functions of switching system, Circuit switching and message
switching, Distribution systems, Basics of crossbar systems, Electronic 10
switching, Digital Switching Systems, Digital network evolution.
(Text-1)
3 Telecommunication Traffic: Introduction, Unit of traffic, Congestion,
Traffic measurement, Mathematical model, lost call systems, Queuing 9
systems.
(Text-1)
4 I. Switching Systems: Introduction, Single stage networks, Gradings,
Link Systems, GOS of Linked systems.
II. Time Division Switching: Introduction, space and time switching, 12
Time switching networks, Synchronization, Frame alignment.
(Text-1)
5 I. Switching system software: Introduction, Scope, Basic software
architecture, Operating systems, Database Management, Concept of
generic program, Software architecture for level 1, level 2 and level 3
control, Digital switching system software classification, Call models,
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Connect sequence, Software linkages during call, Call features, Feature


flow diagram, Feature interaction.
(Text-2)
II. Introduction to Communication systems: Communication model,
Communication software, and communication protocol: Representation, 12
Development methods.
(Text-3)

Note 1: Unit 4 and Unit 5 will have internal choice.


Note 2: Two assignments are evaluated for 5 marks: Assignment – 1 from units 1 and 2.
Assignment - 2 from units 3, 4 and 5.

Course Outcomes :
CO1: Understand Introduction to Telecommunication switching systems, functions, switching
technologies of switching systems.
CO2: To design Traffic model grading.
CO3: Remember switching systems and Time division switching.
CO4: Apply principles of digital switching systems software and its maintenance and also basics of
Communication Engineering.
CO5: Analyze communication systems and its development.

COs Mapping with POs


CO1 PO1,PO2,PO4,PO5 ,PO7
CO2 PO2, PO3,PO6
CO3 PO3,PO6
CO4 PO2,PO5,
CO5 PO10

TEXT BOOKS:

1. "Telecommunication and Switching, Traffic and Networks ", J E Flood: Pearson


Education, 2002.
2."Digital Switching Systems", Syed R. Ali, TMH Ed 2002.
3. “Communication Protocol Engineering”– P. Venkatarm and S. S. Manvi, PHI, 2014

REFERENCE BOOKS:

1. "Telecommunications switching systems and networks" Thyagarajan Vishvanathan,


PHI -2003.
2. http://www.btechbunks.com/2011/03/telecommunication-switching-systems.html?m=1
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Subject Title : FUNDAMENTALS OF CMOS VLSI

Sub. Code : TE55 No. of credits : 3=3:0:0(L-T-P) No. of hrs/week : 3


Exam duration : CIE +Assignment + SEE = Total No. of Contact Hours : 39
3hours 45 + 5 + 50 =100

Course Objectives :
1. To teach the basic MOS technology.
2. To teach basic CMOS subsystem design and basic circuit concepts, scaling of MOS circuits.
3. To teach the basics of memory, registers clocks in MOS technology.

Unit No Syllabus No. of


hours
1 BASIC MOS TECHNOLOGY: Integrated circuit’s era. Enhancement and
depletion mode MOS transistors. nMOS fabrication. CMOS fabrication. BiCMOS
technology. 5
2 MOS TRANSISTOR THEORY: Introduction, MOS Device Design Equations,
The Complementary CMOS Inverter – DC Characteristics
CIRCUIT DESIGN PROCESSES: MOS layers, Design, Stick diagrams. Design
10
rules and layout – lambda-based design and other rules. Examples. Layout
diagrams. Symbolic diagrams.
3 CMOS SUBSYSTEM DESIGN: Architectural issues. Switch logic. Gate logic.
Design examples – combinational logic. Clocked circuits.
BASIC CIRCUIT CONCEPTS: Sheet resistance. Area capacitances. Capacitance
calculations. The delay unit. Inverter delays. Driving capacitive loads. Propagation 11
delays. Wiring capacitances.
4 SCALING OF MOS CIRCUITS: Scaling models and factors.
CMOS SUBSYSTEM DESIGN PROCESSES: General considerations. Process
illustration. ALU subsystem. Adders. Multipliers. 8
5 MEMORY, REGISTERS AND CLOCK: Timing considerations. Memory
5
elements. Memory cell arrays.

Note 1: Unit 3 and Unit 4 will have internal choice.


Note 2: Two assignments are evaluated for 5 marks: Assignment – 1 from units 1 and 2.
Assignment - 2 from units 3, 4 and 5.

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Course Outcomes:

CO1: Understand the MOS device, basic circuit concepts.


CO2: Remember and define concept of Sheet resistance and capacitance and various types of fabrication.
transistor, architectural issue layout an
CO3: Evaluate the Area Capacitance, Sheet resistance and various delays.
CO4: Design the symbolic, stick and mask diagrams for various combinational and sequential circuits.
CO5 : Analyze the adders, multipliers and memory elements.

COs Mapping with POs


CO1 PO1,PO2,PO4,PO5 ,PO7
CO2 PO1, PO2,PO3,PO4,PO6
CO3 PO2, PO3,PO4,PO6
CO4 PO1,PO2, PO4,PO5
CO5 PO2,PO3,PO4,PO5,PO10

TEXT BOOKS:
1. "Basic VLSI Design" Douglas A Pucknell and Kamran Eshraghian, PHI 3rd Edition (original Edition-
1994), 2005.
2."Principles of CMOS VLSI Design: A Systems Perspective", Neil H. E. Weste and K .Eshragian, 2nd
edition, Pearson Education (Asia) Pvt Ltd., 2000.

REFERENCE BOOKS/WEBLINKS:

1. “Fundamentals of Semiconductor Devices”, M. K. Achuthan and K.N. Bhat, Tata McGraw hill
Publishing Company Limited, New Delhi, 2010.

2. http://www.scrbd.com/doc/121356137/CMOS-VLSI-VTU-full-notes

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Subject Title : DSP LAB

Sub. Code : TEL56 No. of credits : 1.5= 0:0:1(L-T-P) No. of hrs/week : 2

Exam duration : CIE+SEE = 50 + 50 =100


3 hours

Course Objectives :
1. To compute circular convolution, linear convolution and correlation of sequences. To
compute DFT, IDFT, and plot spectra.
2. To design IIR and FIR filters using MATLAB.
3. To demonstrate basic operations on images.
4. To compute impulse response, linear convolution, circular convolution, DFT using DSP
kits.
5. To demonstrate FIR filter, audio applications and noise addition and removal using DSP
kit.

A. LIST OF EXPERIMENTS USING MATLAB / PYTHON


1. Circular convolution of two given sequences
2. Autocorrelation of a given sequence and verification of its properties.
3. Cross correlation of given sequences and verification of its properties.
4. Computation of N-point DFT and IDFT of a given sequence. Plot magnitude and phase
spectrum of N-point DFT.
5. Linear convolution and Circular Convolution of two sequences using DFT and IDFT.
6. Design and implementation of IIR Butterworth and Chebyshev filter to meet given
specifications (LPF and HPF).
7. Design and implementation of FIR filter to meet given specifications (Window method).

B. LIST OF EXPERIMENTS USING DSP PROCESSOR

1. Linear convolution of two given sequences.


2. Circular convolution of two given sequences.
3. Computation of N- Point DFT of a given sequence.
4. Impulse response of first order and second order system.

Study Experiments:
1. Image processing basic operations - Read and display image, RGB to Gray conversion, Gray
to Binary and display size of an Image. using MATLAB / PYTHON
2. Realization of an FIR filters (LPF) to meet given specifications. The input can be a signal
from function generator/ speech signal using DSP PROCESSOR.

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Course Outcomes :
CO1: Execute programs on basic signal processing applications
CO2: Evaluate linear convolution and circular convolution of given sequences.
CO3: Design FIR and IIR filter to meet the given specifications.
CO4: Demonstrate the basic operations on Image.
CO5: Implement convolution and filtering using DSP processor.

COs Mapping with POs


CO1 PO1, PO2, PO3, PO4, PO5, PO8
CO2 PO1, PO2, PO3, PO4, PO5, PO8
CO3 PO1, PO2, PO3, PO4, PO5, PO8
CO4 PO2, PO3, PO4, PO5, PO8
CO5 PO2, PO3, PO4, PO5, PO8

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Subject Title : Analog Communication Lab

Sub Code : TEL57 No of credits : 1= 0:0:1( L-T-P) No of hrs/week : 2

Exam duration : 2hrs CIE+SEE = 50 + 50 =100

LIST OF EXPERIMENTS:

1. Amplitude modulation using transistor (Generation and demodulation).


2. Generation of DSBSC wave using Ring Modulator.
3. Frequency modulation using 8038.
4. Transistor Mixers.
5. Pulse Amplitude Modulation and Demodulation.
6. Pulse With Modulation and Demodulation.
7. Pulse Position Modulation and Demodulation.
8. Characteristics of Pre-emphasis and De-emphasis circuits.
9. Class C Single tuned amplifier.
10. Phase Locked Loop using IC565.

Course Outcome :

CO1: To design, analyse and test AM and DSBSC circuit .


CO2: To design, analyse and test FM circuit.
CO3: To design, analyse and test Characteristics of pre-emphasis and de-emphasis.
CO4: To design, analyse and test PAM, PWM, PPM and PLL.
CO5: To design, analyse and test the Class-C tuned amplifier.

COs Mapping with POs


CO1 PO1, PO3, PO5, PO6, PO8
CO2 PO1, PO3, PO5, PO6, PO8
CO3 PO1, PO3, PO5, PO6, PO8
CO4 PO1, PO3, PO5, PO6, PO8
CO5 PO1, PO3, PO5, PO6, PO8

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Subject Title : LIC Lab

Sub Code : TEL58 No of credits : 1= 0:0:1( L-T-P) No of hrs/week : 2

Exam duration : 2hrs CIE+SEE = 50 + 50 =100

Course Objective :

1. Understanding the working of Inverting amplifier, Non Inverting Amplifier.


2. Design Analysis of Summing Amplifier
3. Design Analysis of Integrator Circuit, Comparator Circuit, Schmitt trigger circuit
4. Design Analysis of Second order active LPF and HPF and active BPF and BEF.
5. Understanding modes of 555 Timer.
LIST OF EXPERIMENTS:

1. Design an Inverting amplifier.


2. Design and testing of Non-Inverting amplifier.
3. Design and testing of Summing amplifier.
4. Design and testing of Integrator circuit.
5. Design and testing of Comparator circuit
6. Design and testing of Schmitt Trigger circuit
7. Design and testing of Second order active LPF and HPF.
8. Design and testing of Second order active BPF and BEF.
9. Design and testing of the following circuits using IC 555 :
Astable multivibrator for given frequency and duty cycle.
Monostable multivibrator for given pulse width W.

Course Outcome :
1. Understanding the working of Inverting amplifier, Non Inverting Amplifier.
2. Design and analysis of Summing Amplifier ,Integrator Circuit and Comparator
Circuit.
3. Design and analysis of Schmitt trigger circuit.
4. Design Analysis of Second order active LPF and HPF and active BPF and BEF.
5. Application of 555 Timer for astable and monostable multivibrators.

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COs Mapping with POs


CO1 PO1, PO2, PO3, PO9
CO2 PO1, PO2, PO3, PO9
CO3 PO1, PO2, PO3, PO9
CO4 PO1, PO2, PO3, PO9
CO5 PO1, PO2, PO3, PO9

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Sub Title : DIGITAL COMMUNICATION


Sub Code: TE61 No of Credits : 3= 2:1:0(L-T-P) No of lecture hours/week :
2(L)+2(T) = 4
Exam Duration : 3 CIE +Assignment + SEE = Total No of Contact Hours : 52
hours 45 + 5 + 50 =100

Course Objectives :.

1. Introduce the concept of sampling theorem, practical application of sampling theorem and time division
multiplexing.
2. Extend the knowledge of PCM, DPCM, DM and different companding techniques.
3. To understand the concept of ISI and different methods to overcome the same.
4. To learn and apply the concept of Gram-Schmidt orthogonalization procedure for the signals and to
understand and concept of detection and estimation.
5. To make the students to understand the concept of different digital modulation techniques including the
Spread Spectrum modulation technique.

UNIT Syllabus Content No of Hours


No Teaching Tutorials
1 Basic signal processing operations in digital 5 5
communication: Sampling Principles, Sampling Theorem,
Quadrature sampling of Band pass signal, Practical aspects of
sampling and signal recovery PAM, TDM.
(Text-1)
2 Waveform Coding Techniques: PCM, Quantization noise 6 6
and SNR, robust quantization DPCM, DM, applications &
Problems.
(Text-1)
3 Base-Band Shaping for Data Transmission: Discrete PAM 4 4
signals, power spectra of discrete PAM signals. ISI,
Nyquist’s criterion for distortion less base-band binary
transmission, correlative coding, eye pattern, base-band M-
ary PAM systems, adaptive equalization for data
transmission.
(Text-1)
4 Digital Modulation Techniques: Digital Modulation 6 6
formats, Coherent binary modulation techniques, Coherent
quadrature modulation techniques. Non-coherent binary
modulation techniques.
(Text-1)
Spread Spectrum Modulation: Pseudo noise sequences,
notion of spread spectrum, direct sequence spread spectrum,
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coherent binary PSK, frequency hop spread spectrum,


applications.
(Text-1)
5 Detection And Estimation: Model of DCS, Gram-Schmidt 5 5
Orthogonalization (No mathematical approach) procedure,
geometric interpretation of signals, response of bank of
correlators to noisy input Detection of known signals in
noise, correlation receiver, matched filter receiver, detection
of signals with unknown phase in noise.
(Text-1)

Note 1: Unit 3 and Unit 4 will have internal choice.


Note 2: Two assignments are evaluated for 5 marks: Assignment – 1 from units 1 and 2.
Assignment - 2 from units 3, 4 and 5.

Course Outcome :

CO1: Remember the concepts of Sampling, waveform coding techniques, ISI, digital modulation
techniques including spread spectrum modulation.
CO2: Understand the concept of sampling, Practical sampling, TDM, ISI, different modulation
techniques including spread spectrum modulation and Gram-Schmidt orthogonalization.
CO3: Apply the concept of sampling, ISI Nyquist criterion, Different modulation techniques and
spread spectrum modulation to solve related problems.
CO4: Analyze the PCM, DPCM and DM systems and different digital modulation techniques including
the Spread Spectrum modulation technique.
CO5: Design TDM, PCM, DPCM and DM systems.

COs Mapping with POs


CO1 PO1,PO2,PO10
CO2 PO1,PO2,PO5,PO10
CO3 PO1,PO2,PO5,PO10
CO4 PO1,PO2,PO5,PO10
CO5 PO1,PO2,PO5,PO10

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TEXT BOOK:
1. Digital Communications, Simon Haykin, John Wiley India Pvt. Ltd, 2008.
2. Digital and Analog Communication Systems, Simon Haykin, John Wiley India Pvt. Ltd.,
2008.

REFERENCE BOOKS/WEBLINKS:
1. An introduction to Analog and Digital Communication, K. Sam Shanmugam, John
Wiley India Pvt. Ltd., 2008.
2. Digital communications - Bernard Sklar: Pearson education 2007.
3. https://www.smartzworld.com/notes/digital-communication-dc/
4. www.nptel.ac.in/downloads/117105077/

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Sub. Title : EMBEDDED SYSTEM DESIGN


Sub. Code: TE62 No. of Credits: 3=2:1:0 (L:T:P) No. of lecture hours/week :
= 2(L)+2(T)=4
Exam Duration : CIE +Assignment + SEE = Total No. of Contact Hours : 52
3 hours 45 + 5 + 50 =100

Course Objectives :
1. To allow the student to undertake the design and development process for embedded
(dedicated) computer systems in relation to the environment in which they operate
2. To know how to integrate embedded hardware, software, and operating systems to meet the
functional requirements of embedded applications.
3. To understand the concepts related to peripherals devices, memory types and concepts of
advanced RAM.
4. To understand the concepts of Interrupts and real time operating systems.
5. To understand the basic design, as well as principles of RTOS.

Syllabus Content No. of Hours


UNIT No
Teaching Tutorial
INTRODUCTION: Overview of embedded systems,
embedded system design challenges, common design metrics
1 05 05
and optimizing them. Survey of different embedded system
design technologies, trade-offs.
SINGLE-PURPOSE PROCESSORS: Hardware,
Combinational Logic, Sequential Logic, RT level
2 Combinational and Sequential Components, Optimizing
05 05
single-purpose processors. Single-Purpose Processors:
Software, Basic Architecture, Operation
Standard Single-Purpose Peripherals, Timers, Counters,
UART, PWM, LCD Controllers, Keypad controllers, Stepper
Motor Controller, A to D Converters,
3 Examples. MEMORY: Introduction, Common memory
Types, Compulsory memory, Memory Hierarchy and Cache, 05 05
Advanced RAM. Interfacing, Communication Basics,
Microprocessor Interfacing,
INTERRUPTS : Basics - Shared Data Problem - Interrupt
latency. Survey Of Software Architecture, Round Robin,
4 Round Robin with Interrupts - Function Queues - scheduling 05 05
- RTOS architecture. INTRODUCTION TO RTOS : Tasks
- states - Data - Semaphores and shared data.
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Basic Design Using RTOS, Principles- An example,


Encapsulating semaphores and Queues. Hard real-time
5. scheduling considerations – Saving Memory space and 06 06
power. Hardware software co-design aspects in
embedded systems.

Note 1: Unit 4 and Unit 5 will have internal choice.


Note 2: Two assignments are evaluated for 5 marks: Assignment – 1 from units 1 and 2.
Assignment - 2 from units 3, 4 and 5.

Course Outcomes :
CO1: Understand embedded system operating characteristics and to Evaluate system performance
relative to functional requirements.
CO2: Develop embedded system with functional requirements for hardware and software
components including processor.
CO3: Iimplement software systems to provide an interface between hardware peripheral sensors and
systems.
CO4: Understand embedded system with functional requirements for RTOS architecture.
CO5: Apply embedded system with functional requirements for RTOS architecture ,Principles also
memory space and memory power.

COs Mapping with POs


CO1 PO1,PO2,PO5,PO6
CO2 PO1,PO5,PO6,PO8,PO10
CO3 PO1,PO5,PO6
CO4 PO1,PO5,PO6,PO8
CO5 PO1,PO5,PO6

TEXT BOOKS:

1. “Embedded System Design A unified hardware/software introduction”– Frank


Vahid,Tony Givargis, John Wiley and Sons, Inc.2002
2. “An Embedded software Primer”– David E. Simon, Pearson Education, 1999.

REFERENCE BOOKS/WEBLINKS:
1. “Embedded Systems: Architecture and Programming” – Raj Kamal, Tata McGraw-Hill
Education, 2003.
2. “Embedded Systems Architecture” – Tammy Noergaard, 2nd edition, 2012.
3. “Embedded C programming” – Barnett, Cox and O’cull , Thomson,2ndedition, Delmar Cengage
Learning 2006.
4. www.nptel.ac.in/.../108105057/
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Sub. Title : WIRELESS COMMUNICATION BOS June 2016
Sub. Code: TE63 No. of Credits : 3=3:0:0 (L-T-P) No. of lecture hours/week : 3

Exam Duration : 3 hours CIE +Assignment + SEE = Total No. of Contact Hours :39
45 + 5 + 50 =100

Course Objectives:

1. Analyse the environment in which the wireless industry operates.


2. Understand the different propagation mechanisms of wireless signals.
3. Understand different modulation schemes used in wireless communications.
4. Understand the concepts of different multiple access techniques used for wireless communication.
5. Become familiar with 3G technologies.

Unit Syllabus No. of


No hours

1 The cellular concept: Frequency reuse, channel assignment strategies, handoff


strategies, interference and system capacity, trunking and grade of service, improving
coverage and capacity in cellular systems. 08

2 Mobile radio propagation( large scale path loss):Free space propagation model,
relating power to electric field, three basic propagation mechanisms, reflection, two-
ray model ,diffraction, scattering. 07

3 Mobile radio propagation (Small scale fading and multipath):Small scale


multipath propagation, impulse response model, small scale multipath measurement.
08
Digital modulation: Factors influencing choice of digital modulation, Bandwidth and
power spectral density , line coding, linear modulation techniques.

4 Speech coding: Quantization techniques, ADPCM, frequency domain coding of


speech, vocoders, linear predictive coders.
08
Multiple access techniques for wireless communication: Introduction, FDMA ,
TDMA, Spread spectrum multiple access, space division multiple access

5 3G Digital cellular technology: 2.5G TDMA,GPRS ,EDGE Technologies, Need for


3G cellular network,IMT-2000 global standard, UMTS technology.
8

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Note 1: Unit 3 and Unit 4 will have internal choice.


Note 2: Two assignments are evaluated for 5 marks: Assignment – 1 from units 1 and 2.
Assignment - 2 from units 3, 4 and 5.

Course Outcomes :

CO1: Analyze cellular ,propogation and multiple access concepts.


CO2 :Designing of basic cellular system .
CO3: Applying cellular concepts in 3G.
CO4: Remember different propogation models used in wireless communication
CO5: Understand the concept of multiple access

COs Mapping with POs


CO1 PO1,PO2,PO5,PO6,PO10
CO2 PO1,PO2,PO5,PO8
CO3 PO1,PO,PO5,PO6
CO4 PO1,PO2,PO3
CO5 PO2,PO5,PO6,PO9

TEXT BOOKS:

1. "Wireless communications –Theodore.S.Rappaport", Pearson Education India, Second


edition,Year of publication 2009.
2. "Wireless communications",T.L.Singal, Tata McGraw Hill, 2010
REFERENCE BOOKS:

1. "Mobile Cellular Telecommunication" Lee W.C.Y, MGH, 2002.

2. "Wireless communication", D P Agrawal: 2nd Edition Thomson learning,


2007.
3. Fundamentals of Wireless Communication – David Tse, PramodViswanath,
Cambridge,2005.
4. http://www.iitg.ernet.in/scifac/qip/public_html/cd_cell/EC632.pdf

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Sub. Title: MICROWAVE ENGINEERING


Sub. Code: TE64 No. of Credits: 3= 3:0:0 (L-T-P) No. of lecture hours/week: 3
hours
Exam Duration: CIE +Assignment + SEE = Total No. of Contact Hours: 39
3 hours 45 + 5 + 50 =100

Course Objectives :
1. To study the principle of working of microwave generators and applications.
2. To study the working of passive microwave devices and its applications.
3. To understand the working principle of solid state microwave devices.
4. To study the impact of strip lines.
5. To understand the application of microwave in radars.

UNIT Syllabus Content No. of


No Hours

Microwave Vacuum Devices: Introduction and applications of


microwaves, microwave frequency bands, Klystrons (oscillator and two-
1 cavity klystron), Travelling Wave Tube Amplifiers, Magnetron Oscillator, 08
relevant problems.
(Text-1)
Microwave Passive Devices: Introduction, Waveguide Microwave
Junctions (S-Matrix representation of multiport networks), Microwave Tee
2 Junctions, Directional couplers, Microwave Attenuator and Phase shifter, 08
Isolators and Circulators (No detailed mathematical Derivation)
(Text-1)
Solid State Microwave Devices: Transfer Electron Devices: Introduction,
GUNN diode, RWH Theory. Avalanche Transit Time Devices : IMPATT
3 Diode, BARITT Diode, Parametric amplifier, Other diodes : PIN diode, 07
Schottky barrier diode (No mathematical Derivation)
(Text-2)
Strip Lines: Introduction, Microstrip Lines, Parallel strip lines, Coplanar
4 strip-lines, Shielded strip-lines. 08
(Text-2)
5. Introduction to Radar: Origins of Radar, Radar frequencies, Basic Radar 08
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block diagram, Simple form of Radar equation, Doppler and MTI Radar,
Digital MTI Processing, Delay line cancellers, Moving Target detector
(MTD).
(Text-3)

Note 1: Unit 3 and Unit 5 will have internal choice.


Note 2: Two assignments are evaluated for 5 marks: Assignment – 1 from units 1 and 2.
Assignment - 2 from units 3, 4 and 5.

Course Outcomes :
CO1: Define and understand the need for basic microwave concepts.
CO2: Analyse the working principles of microwave devices.
CO3: Interpret the use of active and passive microwave devices.
CO4: Evaluate and justify with numericals microwave concepts.
CO5: Application of microwave principles in radars and striplines.

COs Mapping with POs

CO1 PO1

CO2 PO2,PO5,PO6,PO8

CO3 PO5,PO6,PO8

CO4 PO2,PO5,PO6,PO8,PO10

CO5 PO5,PO8,PO10

TEXT BOOKS:
1. “Microwave Engineering”-Annapurna Das, Sisir K Das, 2nd Ed., TMH Publication,
2010.
2. “Microwave Devices and circuits”- Liao, 3rd Ed., Pearson Education, 2009.
3. “Introduction to Radar systems”-Merrill L Skolnik, 3rd Ed., TMH, 2001.

REFERENCE BOOKS/WEBLINKS:
1. “Microwave and RADAR Engineering”– M.Kulkarni, 2nd Ed., Umesh Publications, 2001.

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2. “Microwave Engineering”–David M Pozar”, 3rd Ed., John Wiley India Pvt. Ltd., 2008.
3. http://webee.technion.ac.il/people/schachter/Teaching/Microwaves%202011-2012-locked.pdf

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Subject Title : INFORMATION THEORY AND CODING

Sub. Code : TE65 No. of credits : 4=4:0:0 (L-T-P) No. of hrs/week : 4

Exam duration : CIE +Assignment + SEE = Total No. of Contact Hours : 52


3 hours 45 + 5 + 50 =100

Course Objectives :
1. To determine measure of information content of a Message.
2. To study Coding Techniques using different Algorithms with examples.
3. To analyze the different types of Errors and introduce Error control coding.
4. To study Binary cyclic codes and the calculation of syndrome.
5. To study BCH codes and Burst error correcting codes.

Unit No Syllabus No. of


hours
Information Theory: Introduction, Measure of Information, Information
Content of a Message, Average Information Content(Entropy) of
1 Symbols in Long Independent Sequences, Average Information Content
of Symbols in Long Dependent Sequences, Markoff Statistical Model for
10
Information Sources, Entropy and Information rate of Markoff Sources,
Relevant Problems.
(Text 1)
Source Coding : Encoding the source output, Shannon’s Encoding
2 Algorithm, Huffman Coding, Source Coding theorem, Relevant 08
Problems
(Text 1 & 2)
Fundamental Limits on Performance :Discrete Memoryless Channels,
Mutual Information and its properties, Channel capacity, Channel
3 Coding theorem, Channel Capacity Theorem(Shannon’s Hartley Law 10
and its implications) , Relevant Problems
(Text 2)
Introduction to Error Control Coding : Introduction, Example of
Error Control Coding, Methods of Controlling Errors, Types of errors,
4 types of codes, Linear Block Codes – Matrix Description ,Error 12
Detection and Error correction capabilities, Relevant Problems.
(Text 1)

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Binary Cyclic Codes : Algebraic Structure of Cyclic Codes, Encoding


using (n-k) bit shift register, Syndrome calculation - Error Detection and
5 Error Correction, BCH Codes, Burst Error Correcting codes, Burst and 12
Random Error correcting codes , Relevant Problems
(Text 1)
Note 1: Unit 4 and Unit 5 will have internal choice.
Note 2: Two assignments are evaluated for 5 marks: Assignment – 1 from units 1 and 2.
Assignment - 2 from units 3, 4 and 5.

Course Outcomes :
CO1: State and define the basic concepts of Information, coding and channels.
CO2: Understand the Statistical model, Entropy, Coding techniques and channel capacity.
CO3: Application and use of Source Coding, Channel coding and Error Control coding
Techniques.
CO4: Analysis and Comparison of average information and Coding techniques.
CO5: Evaluate the codes for source, channel, Error control with numerical Problems.

COs Mapping with POs


CO1 PO1, PO5
CO2 PO1,PO2,PO5
CO3 PO4,PO5, PO8
CO4 PO1, PO2, PO10
CO5 PO2,PO6, PO10

TEXT BOOKS :
1. “Digital and Analog Communication Systems”, K. Sam Shanmugam, John Wiley India
Pvt. Ltd., Reprint-2008.
2. “Digital Communication, Simon Haykin”, John Wiley India Pvt. Ltd, Reprint-2009.

REFERENCE BOOKS/WEBLINKS:
1. “Concepts of Information Theory and Coding”, Dr.P.S.Satyanarayana, Dynaram
Publication, 2005.
2. “Digital Communications Fundamentals and Applications”, Bernard Sklar, Prentice Hall
International, 1988.
3. “Error Control coding” : Fundamentals and Applications, Shu Lin and Costello, New
Jersey, 1983.
4. www.mit.edu/6.933/www/Fall2001/Shannon2.pdf

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Sub. Title : OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING USING C++


Sub. Code: TE661 No. of Credits : 4:0:0(L-T-P) No. of lecture hours/week : 4
Exam Duration : CIE +Assignment + SEE = Total No. of Contact Hours
3 hours 45 + 5 + 50 =100 : 52

Course Objectives:
1. To learn the concepts of object oriented programming.
2. To learn the basic concepts and functions in C++.
3. To learn programming in C++ using classes and objects.
4. To study constructors, destructors and operator overloading concepts.
5. To study inheritance and virtual functions in C++.

UNIT Syllabus No. of


No Hours
Beginning with C++: Object Oriented Programming Paradigm, Basic concepts
of OOP, Benefits of OOP, Applications of C++,Structure of C++ program,
1 10
Tokens, Keywords, Identifiers, Data types, User Defined Data types, Derived
Data types, Symbolic constants, Dynamic Initialization of variables.
Reference Variables, Operators in C++, Scope Resolution Operator, Memory
Management Operators, Manipulators, Type-cast operators, Operator
precedence,
2 10
Control Structures, Functions prototyping, Call by reference, Return by
reference, Inline function, Default arguments, Function Overloading.

Classes and objects : Specifying the class, Defining member functions,


Nesting of member functions, Private Member functions, Arrays within a class,
3 Memory allocation for objects, Static Data members, Static member functions, 12
Arrays of objects, Objects as function arguments, Friendly functions, Returning
objects.
Constructors, Destructors and operator overloading : Parameterized
Constructors, Constructors with default arguments, Copy constructor, Const
Objects, Destructors Operator Overloading Unary and binary operators, 10
4
Overloading binary operators using friends, Manipulation of strings using
operators, Rules for overloading operators, type conversion.
Inheritance: Defining Derived classes, Single, Multilevel, Multiple hierarchical
10
and hybrid inheritance, Virtual base classes, Abstract classes, Constructors and
5 derived classes, Pointers, Pointers to objects, this pointer, Pointers to derived
classes, Virtual functions, Pure Virtual functions, Introduction to streams and
exception handling.
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Note 1: Unit 3 and Unit 4 will have internal choice.


Note 2: Two assignments are evaluated for 5 marks: Assignment – 1 from units 1 and 2.
Assignment - 2 from units 3, 4 and 5.

Course Outcomes :
CO1: Understood the differences between C and C++ and basic concepts of Object Oriented
Programming using C++.
CO2: Learnt the syntax of C++ programming.
CO3: Developed the programs using concept of class and object.
CO4: Understood the concepts of constructors, destructors and polymorphism.
CO5: Developed C++ programs for different applications.

COs Mapping with POs


CO1 PO1, PO2
CO2 PO1,PO3, PO
CO3 PO2,PO6, PO7
CO4 PO1, PO5,PO6
CO5 PO6,PO8 PO9, PO10

TEXT BOOK:
1. “Object Oriented Programming with C++”, E. Balaguruswamy, 6th edition, Galgotia
Publications, 2013.

REFERENCE BOOKS:
1. “Object Oriented Programming using C++”, Robert Lafore, 4th edition, Galgotia publications,
2014.
2. “C++ Primer”, Lippman and Lajoie, 5th edition, Addison Wesley, 2012.
3. www.atilim.edu.tr/~mcs215/Lecture%20Notes/book.pdf

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Sub. Title : ARM PROCESSOR


Sub. Code: TE662 No. of Credits :4:0:0(L-T-P) No. of lecture hours/week : 4
Exam Duration : 3 hours CIE +Assignment + SEE = Total No. of Contact Hours :
45 + 5 + 50 =100 52

Course Objectives:
1. Provide a comprehensive introduction to the ARM family of microcontrollers, their
architecture, peripheral features and programming.
2. Provide theoretical and practical aspects of system design using the ARM controllers. To
analyze various types of coprocessors and design suitable co-processor interface to ARM
processor.
3. Analyze floating point processor architecture and its architectural support for higher level
language.
4. Present case studies of application of the ARM so that the student can handle embedded
system design projects independently.
5. Identify the architectural support of ARM for operating system and analyze the function of
memory Management unit of ARM.

UNIT Syllabus Content No. of


No Hours
1 INTRODUCTION TO PROCESSOR DESIGN: Abstraction in hardware 10
design, MUO – a simple processor, Instruction set design, Processor Design trade
off- Design for low power consumption.
THE ARM ARCHITECTURE: The Acorn RISC machine, Architecture
Inheritance – ARM Programming Model- ARM Development Tools.
2 ARM ASEEMBLY LANGUAGE PROGRAMMING: ARM Instruction Types 10
– Data Transfer, Data Processing and Control Flow Instructions.
ARM ASSEMBLY LANGUAGE PROGRAMMING : 3 and 5 Stage Pipeline
ARM Organization - ARM Instruction Execution and Implementation.
3 ARM INSTRUCTION SET : Introduction, Exceptions, Conditional execution, 12
Branch and Branch with Link, Branch with Link and eXchange, Software
Interrupt, Data Processing Instructions, Multiply instructions, Multiple register
transfer instructions, Swap memory and register instructions, Breakpoint
instruction.
THUMB INSTRUCTION SET: The Thumb bit in CPSR, Thumb programmer’s
model, branch instruction, software interrupt instruction, data processing
instruction, single and multiple data transfer instruction, break point instruction,
implementation and applications.

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4 ARCHITECTURAL SUPPORT FOR HIGH LEVEL LANGAUGE: Data 10


Type, Expressions, Conditional statements, Loops, Functions and Procedures, Use
of Memory.
MEMORY HIERARCHY: Memory Size and Speed, On Chip Memory, Caches,
Cache Design– an Example, Memory management.
5 ARCHITECTURAL SUPPORT FOR OPERTAING SYSTEM: An 10
Introduction to Operating Systems, CP15 Protection Unit Registers, ARM
Protection Unit, CP15 MMU Registers, ARM MMU Architecture,
Synchronization, Context Switching, Input and Output. DSP and Embedded
Applications.

Note 1: Unit 3 and Unit 4 will have internal choice.


Note 2: Two assignments are evaluated for 5 marks: Assignment – 1 from units 1 and 2.
Assignment - 2 from units 3, 4 and 5.

Course Outcomes :

CO1: Learnt the design of a simple processor for low power consumption.
CO2: Understood the architecture of 3-stage and 5-stage ARM organisation.
CO3: Learnt the normal and thumb instructions of ARM processor.
CO4: Learnt the ARM architectural support for high level languages and Operating System.
CO5: Develop assembly and C language programs for ARM processor.

COs Mapping with POs


CO1 PO1
CO2 PO1
CO3 PO1
CO4 PO1
CO5 PO2, PO4, PO8, PO9, PO10

TEXT BOOK:
1. “ARM System on Chip Architecture”, Steve Furber, Addison- Wesley Professional Second
Edition, Aug 2000.
2. “ARM System Developer’s Guide Designing and Optimizing System Software” , Andrew
N.Sloss, Dominic Symes, Chris Wright, , Morgan Kaufmann Publishers, Elsevier, 2004.
3. "ARM Assembly Language- Fundamentals and Techniques", William Hohl, 2nd
Impression, CRC Press, 2012.

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REFERENCE BOOKS:
1. “Design of System on a Chip: Devices and Components”, Ricardo Reis Springer, First
Edition, July 2004.
2. “Co-Verification of Hardware and Software for ARM System on Chip Design (Embedded
Technology)”, Jason Andrews Newnes, BK and CD-ROM (Aug 2004).
3. “System on a Chip Verification – Methodologies and Techniques”, P. Rashinkar, Paterson
and L.Singh, , Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2001.
4. http://nptel.ac.in/courses/108102045/5

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Sub. Title : OPERATING SYSTEMS
Sub. Code: TE663 No. of Credits : 4=4:0:0 (L-T-P) No. of lecture hours/week : 4

Exam Duration : 3 hours CIE +Assignment + SEE = Total No. of Contact Hours : 52
45 + 5 + 50 =100

Course Objectives :.
1. To make students understand the Concepts and theories of operating systems.
2. To understand Process management and scheduling in operating systems.
3. To understand File management and and solve problems on Memory management
4. To study the Concepts of file systems.
5. To understand the concepts of scheduling.

UNIT Syllabus No. of


No Hours
1 INTRODUCTION AND OVERVIEW OF OPERATING SYSTEMS: 10
Operating system, Goals of an O.S, Operation of an O.S, Resource
allocation and related functions, User interface related functions, Classes
of operating systems, O.S and the computer system, Batch processing
system, Multi programming systems, Time sharing systems, Real time
operating systems.
2 PROCESS MANAGEMENT: 12
Process concept, Programmer view of processes, OS view of processes,
Interacting processes, Threads, Processes in UNIX,
3 MEMORY MANAGEMENT: 12
Memory allocation to programs, Memory allocation preliminaries,
Contiguous and noncontiguous allocation to programs, kernel memory
allocation. .
4 FILE SYSTEMS: 10
File system and IOCS, Files and directories, Overview of
I/O organization, Fundamental file organizations, Interface between file
system and IOCS, , Allocation of disk space,
5 SCHEDULING: 08
Fundamentals of scheduling, Long-term scheduling, Medium and short
term scheduling, Real time scheduling,

Note 1: Unit 3 and Unit 4 will have internal choice.


Note 2: Two assignments are evaluated for 5 marks: Assignment – 1 from units 1 and 2.
Assignment - 2 from units 3, 4 and 5.

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Course Outcomes :

CO1:To understand the internal structure of an operating system & identify the services provided
by operating systems.
CO2:Student will be able to experiment programs using system calls.
CO3: Student will be able to solve problems involving process control, mutual exclusion,
deadlock and synchronization.
CO4:Student will be able to evaluate the concept of file management and interfacing.
CO5:Student will be able to design the scheduling of the processes in the operating systems.

COs Mapping with POs


CO1 PO1
CO2 PO2
CO3 PO2, PO4
CO4 PO1, PO2, PO10
CO5 PO1, PO2, PO4

TEXT BOOK:
1. “Operating Systems”- A Concept based Approach”, D. M. Dhamdhare, TMH, 2ndEd,
2006.
2. “Operating System” Tanenbaum,2006 edition

REFERENCE BOOK/ WEBLINKS:


1. “Operating Systems Concepts” ,Silberschatz and Galvin, John Wiley, 5th Edition, 2001.
2. www.ics.uci.edu/~ics143/lectures.html.

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Subject Title : Microwave Lab

Sub. Code : TEL67 No. of credits:1= 0:0:1(L-T-P) No. of hrs/week : 2

Exam duration : 3hrs CIE+SEE = 50 + 50 =100

Course Objectives :
1. To study characteristics of microwave source.
2. To study and calculate various parameters of a KPS
3. To study characteristics of various passive elements used in microwaves
4. To estimate the scattering matrix parameters of passive microwave components.
5. To study and plot radiation pattern of microwave antennas

LIST OF EXPERIMENTS

1. Study of Gunn Diode characteristics


2. Study of operation of Klystron source with Mode curves
3. Measurement of impedance using slotted line Assembly.
4. Calibration of crystal detector.
5. Calibration of Variable waveguide attenuator.
6. Study and Verification of principle of Circulator/Isolator.
7. Study of Directional coupler. Verification of S-parameter.
8. Study of E-plane H-plane and Magic tee. Verification of S- parameter.
9. Measurement of phase shift for a ferrite phase shifter.
10. Field intensity measurement of a Horn antenna.
11. Field intensity measurement of a Parabolic dish
Course Outcome :

CO1: To understand and realize practically the working of microwave sources.


CO2: To practically plot mode curves of KPS and evaluate various parameters.
CO3: To analyse and justify parameters of various microwave passive devices.
CO4: To compare practical and theoretical scattering matrices for various passive
devices.
CO5: To evaluate and interpret practical BW and Directivity of microwave antennas.

COs Mapping with POs


CO1 PO3,PO5,PO6,PO8
CO2 PO3,PO5,PO6,PO8
CO3 PO3,PO5,PO6,PO8
CO4 PO3,PO4,PO5,PO6,PO8
CO5 PO3,PO4,PO5,PO6,PO8

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Sub Title : DIGITAL COMMUINICATION LAB I


Sub Code: TEL68 No of Credits: 1 = (0:0:1) No of lecture hours/week : 2
(L:T:P)
Exam Duration : 2 hours CIE + SEE = 50 + 50 =100

Course Objectives :
1. To familiarize students with the techniques and instrumentation employed for measuring the
performance and properties of digital communication systems and to provide hands-on experience
with the components and sub-systems employed in a digital communication system.
2. Build ASK,FSK,PSK circuits.
3. Build DPSK circuits.
4. Build QPSK circuits.
5. Build DM circuits.

LIST OF EXPERIMENTS
1. Verification of sampling Theorem
2. TDM of two band limited signals.
3. ASK generation and detection
4. FSK generation and detection
5. BPSK generation and detection
6. PSK generation and detection
7. DPSK generation and detection
8. QPSK generation and detection
9. Delta modulation and demodulation using DM kits.
10. Adaptive delta modulation using DM kit

Course Outcome :
CO1: Analyze the performance of a baseband communication system that employs ideal Nyquist-based
pulse shaping.
CO2: Analyse and test the ASK, FSK, PSK circuits.
CO3: Analyse and test DPSK circuits.
CO4: Analyse and test QPSK circuits.
CO5: Analyse and test DM circuits.

COs Mapping with POs


CO1 PO1,PO2, PO5, PO10
CO2 PO1, PO2, PO5
CO3 PO1, PO2, PO5

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CO4 PO1, PO2


CO5 PO1, PO2, PO5

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Sub Title : DIGITAL COMMUINICATION LAB II


Sub Code: TEL69 No of Credits: 1=(0:0:1) No of lecture hours/week : 2
(L:T:P)
Exam Duration : 2 hours CIE + SEE = 50 + 50 =100

Course Objectives :
1. Implementation of TDM,ASK,FSK,PSK in MATLAB.
2. Implementation of QPSK in MATLAB.
3. Implementation of µ-law Companding in MATLAB.
4. Implementation of PCM and DM in MATLAB.
5. Generation of different line codes.

LIST OF EXPERIMENTS (Using MATLAB)


1. Time Division Multiplexing.
2. To generate and demodulate amplitude shift keyed (ASK) signal.
3. To generate and demodulate phase shift keyed (PSK) signal.
4. To generate and demodulate frequency shift keyed (FSK) signal.
5. To generate and demodulate quadrature phase shifted (QPSK) signal.
6. Companding of signal using µ-law.
7. Delta modulation and demodulation.
8. Pulse Code Modulation (PCM).
9. Generate line code wave form for a given bit stream.
10. Implementation of Linear Block Code.

Course Outcome :
CO1: Analyse the TDM, ASK, FSK, PSK.
CO2: Analyse QPSK.
CO3: Analyse µ-law Companding.
CO4: Analyse PCM and DM.
CO5: Analyse different line codes.

COs Mapping with POs


CO1 PO1,PO4
CO2 PO1, PO4
CO3 PO1, PO4
CO4 PO1, PO4
CO5 PO1, PO4

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Sub. Title : MINI PROJECT


Sub. Code: TEP69 No. of Credits : 2=0:0:2 (L-T-P) No. of lecture hours/week : 3
Exam Duration : 3 hours CIE+SIE=50+50=100

1. Project group should comprise of 3 or 4 students and should not exceed 4 students.
2. Project proposal(synopsis) submitted by the student must be related to the field of
telecommunication.
3. Project should be based on recent technology.
4. Evaluation will be done on the basis of implementation, demonstration and viva-voce.

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Sub. Title : OPTICAL FIBER COMMUNICATION


Sub. Code: TE71 No. of Credits : 3=3:0:0 (L-T-P) No. of lecture hours/week : 3
Exam Duration : 3 hours CIE +Assignment + SEE = Total No. of Contact Hours : 39
45 + 5 + 50 =100

Course Objectives:
1. To define and study fundamental concepts of optical fibers.
2. To study the transmission characteristics of OFC.
3. To understand optical sources and detectors.
4. To study and understand optical analog and digital links.
5. To study basic optical networks and their applications.

UNIT Syllabus No. of


No Hours

1 OVERVIEW OF OPTICAL FIBER COMMUNICATION: Introduction, 08


Historical development, general system, advantages, disadvantages, and
applications of optical fiber communication, Ray theory, step index fibers, graded
index fibers (no derivations), single mode fiber, cutoff wave length, mode field
diameter.
(Text 1)
2 TRANSMISSION CHARACTERISTICS
OFOPTICALFIBERS: Introduction, Attenuation, material absorption 08
characteristics in silica glass fibers ,linear scattering losses, non-linear scattering
losses, fiber bend loss, dispersion, chromatic dispersion, Inter modal dispersion,
overall fiber dispersion.(only qualitative analysis)
(Text 1)
3 OPTICAL SOURCES AND DETECTORS: Introduction, LED’s (4.2; 07
4.2.1;4.2.4), LASER diodes(4.3,4.3.4), Photo detectors (6.1-6.1.1,6.1.2), Photo
detector noise (6.2-6.2.1,6.2.2),( only qualitative analysis)
(Text 2)
4 ANALOG AND DIGITAL LINKS: Analog Systems: – Introduction, Overview of 09
analog links, CNR, RIN (9.2.3),( only quantitative analysis).
Digital links – Introduction, point–to–point links, System considerations, link
power budgets (8.1.2), rise-time budget (8.1.3)
(Text -2)
5 OPTICAL AMPLIFIERS AND NETWORKS: Basic applications and types of 07
optical amplifiers, EDFA (11.3.1, 11.3.2) (quantitative analysis)
Optical Networks: Introduction, Basic Networks – Network Topologies
(12.1.1),Performance of Passive Linear Buses (12.1.2), Performance of star
Architecture (12.1.3), SONET/SDH – Transmission formats and speeds (12.2.1),
Optical Interfaces ( 12.2.2), Ultra-High capacity networks (12.9-12.9.1,12.9.2,

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12.9.3)
(Text -2)

Note 1: Unit 4 and Unit 5 will have internal choice.


Note 2: Two assignments are evaluated for 5 marks: Assignment – 1 from units 1 and 2.
Assignment - 2 from units 3, 4 and 5.

Course Outcomes :
CO1: State and understand the fundamental principles of optical fiber communication.
CO2: To analyse the working principles and evaluate optical components used for
communication
CO3: To analyse and interpret the characteristics and losses in optical fiber transmission and
networks.
CO4: To design and interpret optical links for transmission.

CO5: Application of optical principles in optical networks.

Cos Mapping with POs

CO1 PO1

CO2 PO2,PO5,PO6,PO8

CO3 PO2,PO5,PO6,PO8

CO4 PO2,PO5,PO6,PO8

CO5 PO2,PO5,PO6,PO8,PO10

TEXT BOOKS:
1. “ Optical Fiber Communications”– – John M. Senior, Pearson Education. 3rd Ed, 2010.
2. “Optical Fiber Communication” – Gerd Keiser, 4th Ed., MGH, 2008.

REFERENCE BOOKS/WEBLINKS:
1. “Fiber Optic communication” – Joseph C Palais: 6th Ed, Pearson Higher Education
& Professional Group, 15-Jul-2010
2. http://ecee.colorado.edu/~mcleod/teaching/ugol/lecturenotes/Lecture%2013%20Fiberopti
cs.pdf

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Subject Title : SATELLITE COMMUNICATION

Sub. Code : TE72 No. of credits : 4=4:0:0 (L-T-P) No. of hrs/week : 4

Exam duration : CIE +Industrial visit + SEE = Total No. of Contact Hours :
3hours 45 + 5 + 50 =100 52

Course Objectives:
1. Demonstrate different satellite and orbit concepts.
2. Estimate antenna look angle.
3. Understand how power budget calculations are made.
4. Understand the concept of space segment and different interfaces between satellite circuits.
5. Understand the earth segment and different multiple access techniques used in satellite
communication.

No. of
Unit No Syllabus
hours

Orbits : Introduction, Kepler’s Laws, Definitions, Orbital Elements, 10


1 Apogee and Perigee Heights, Orbital perturbations, Sidereal Time, The
Orbital Plane, Sun-synchronous Orbit, Radio wave propogation. -
relevant problems
Geostationary Orbit : Antenna Look Angles, Polar Mount Antenna, 10
2 Limits of Visibility, Earth Eclipse of Satellite, Sun Transit Ouage,
Launching Orbits, Propagation impairments, atmospheric loss, ionospheric
effect, rain attenuation, other impairments - relevant problems.
Space Link : EIRP, Transmission Losses, Link Power budget equation, 08
3
System noise, CNR , Uplink, Downlink, Combined CNR.- relevant
problems.
Space Segments : Power supply, Attitude Control, Station Keeping, 12
Thermal Control, TTand C Subsystem, Transponders
4 Interference : Interference between Satellite circuits, Coordination-
Interference levels, Transmission gain, Resulting noise-temperature rise.-
relevant problems.

Earth Segment : Receive only home TV system, out door unit, indoor 12
5 unit, MATV, CATV,Tx-Rx earth station
Satellite Access : Single Access, Preassigned FDMA, Demand Assigned
FDMA, Spade System, PreassignedTDMA,Demand-assigned TDMA

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Note 1: Unit 4 and Unit 5 will have internal choice.


Note 2: One Industry visit in the related field, and students to submit a report on the same
which carries 5 marks.

Course Outcomes :
CO1: Analyze different segments of a basic satellite system.
CO2: Create different space link conditions for signal transmission.
CO3: Evaluate the power required for signal transmission under different climatic conditions.
CO4: Remember different components of space and earth segment
CO5: Understand the concepts of interference and satellite access.

COs Mapping with POs


CO1 PO1,PO2,PO5,PO6,PO10
CO2 PO1,PO2,PO5,PO8
CO3 PO1,PO4,PO5,PO6
CO4 PO1,PO2,PO6,P8
CO5 PO2,PO5,PO6,PO9

TEXT BOOK:

1. “Satellite Communications” – Dennis Roddy, 4th Edition, McGraw Hill International


edition, 2006.

REFERENCE BOOKS/WEBLINKS:
1. “Satellite Communications” – Timothy Pratt, Charles Bostian and Jeremy Allnutt,
2nd Edition, John Wiley and Sons, 2006.
2. “Satellite Communication Concepts and Applications”– K.N.RajaRao, 2nd Edition,
PHI , 2013.
2. http://ocw.mit.edu/courses/aeronautics-and-astronautics/16-851-satellite-engineering-fall-
2003/lecture-notes/

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Sub. Title : COMPUTER COMMUNICATION NETWORKS


Sub. Code: TE73 No. of Credits : 3=2:1:0(L-T-P): No. of lecture hours/week : 4
Exam Duration : 3 hours CIE +Assignment + SEE = Total No. of Contact Hours : 52
45 + 5 + 50 =100

Course Objectives:
1. To define and understand the Layer functions of OSI model and TCP/IP Suite.
2. To study framing, flow control and error control.
3. To understand the different Multiple accesses techniques.
4. To study the standards and protocols of Wired and Wireless LANs.
5. To understand the different addressing modes, IPV4, IPV6 and to implement the different
Routing algorithms.

UNIT Syllabus Content No. of Hours


No Theory Tutorial
1 Network Models : Layered tasks, OSI Model, Layers in OSI model, 06 06
TCP/IP Protocol Suite, Addressing.
Switching : Circuit switched Network , Data gram Networks, Virtual
circuit Networks..
2 Data Link Control: Framing, Flow and error control, Noiseless 04 04
channels and Noisy channels, HDLC.
3 Multiple Access: Random access – Aloha, CSMA, CSMA/CD, 04 04
CSMA/CA, Controlled access,- Reservation, Polling, Token Passing,
Channelization – FDMA, TDMA, CDMA, Relevant Problems
4 Wired LANs: Ethernet: IEEE standards, Standard Ethernet. Changes 06 06
in the standards, Fast Ethernet, Gigabit Ethernet.
WIreless LANs: IEEE 802.11, BLUETOOTH: Architecture and
Layers,
Connecting Devices : Hubs, repeaters, bridges, switches, routers and
Gateway.
5 Network Layer: IPv4 addresses, IPv6 addresses, IPv4 and IPv6. 06 06
Transition from IPv4 to IPv6. Delivery, Forwarding, Unicast Routing
Protocols, Relevant Problems
Transport Layer: Congestion, Congestion control, QOS and
Techniques to improve QOS.
Note 1: Unit 4 and Unit 5 will have internal choice.
Note 2: Participating in industrial visit and submitting the report will be evaluated for 5 Marks

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Course Outcomes :

CO1: Remember and define the various Protocols and Standards of different Layers.
CO2: Understand the Devices, Protocols, Models and their functions at various layers.
CO3: Evaluate Framing, Accessing techniques and Network addressing.
CO4: Analyze the Protocols, Switching Techniques and Addressing types.
CO5: Implement and Execute algorithms for different Protocols at various layers of Network model.

COs Mapping with POs


CO1 PO1, PO5, PO6,PO8
CO2 PO1, PO5, PO6,PO8
CO3 PO2, PO3, PO4
CO4 PO3, PO4, PO10
CO5 PO3, PO4, PO10

TEXT BOOK:
1. “Data Communication and Networking”, B Forouzan, 4th Ed, Tata McGraw Hill,
2007.
REFERENCE BOOKS:
1. “Computer Networks”, Andrew Tanenbaum, Pearson Education, 2008.
2. “Computer Networks”, James F. Kurose, Keith W. Ross: Pearson education, 2nd
Edition, 2003.
3. “Introduction to Data communication and Networking”, Wayne Tomasi: Pearson
education 2007.
4. https://www.researchgate.net/.../228597739_Computer_Communication_Networks-Le

5. www.tutorialspoint.com/...communication_computer_network/data_communication

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Sub Title : DATA STRUCTURES USING C++

Sub Code: TE741 No of Credits : 3=3:0:0 (L-T-P) No of lecture


hours/week : 3
Exam Duration : 3 hours CIE +Assignment + SEE = Total No of Contact
45 + 5 + 50 =100 Hours : 39

Course Objectives:

1. To learn the representations of data structures.


2. To learn programming on arrays and stacks.
3. To learn representation of queues and applications.
4. To learn operations on trees and traversal of trees.
5. To learn representations of skip lists and hashing.

UNIT Syllabus Content No of


Hours
No

1 Introduction: Functions and parameters, Dynamic memory allocation classis, 09


Testing and debugging. Data Representation, Introduction, Linear lists,
Formula-based representation linked representation, Indirect addressing and
simulating pointers.

2 Arrays And Matrices: Arrays, Matrices, Special matrices and sparse 08


matrices. Stacks: The abstract data types, Derived classed and inheritance,
Formula-based representation, Linked representation

3 Queues: The abstract data types, Derived classes and inheritance, Formula- 08
based representation, Linked Linked representation, Applications.

4 Binary And Other Trees: Trees, Binary trees, Properties and representation of 07
binary trees, Common binary tree operations, Binary tree traversal the ADT binary
tree, ADT and class extensions.

5 Skip Lists And Hashing: Dictionaries, Linear representation, Skip list


presentation, Hash table representation
07

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Note 1: Unit 4 and Unit 5 will have internal choice.


Note 2: Two assignments are evaluated for 5 marks: Assignment – 1 from units 1 and 2.
Assignment - 2 from units 3, 4 and 5.

Course Outcomes :

CO1: Learnt data structure representations.


CO2: Studied operations on data structures.
CO3: Writing abstract data types for different data structures.
CO4: Developing class definitions for different data structures.
CO5: Developing complete C++ programs for different data structures.

Cos Mapping with Pos


CO1 PO1
CO2 PO1
CO3 PO2, PO5
CO4 PO2, PO3, PO4
CO5 PO3, PO4, PO6, PO7,PO10

TEXT BOOK:
1. Data structures, Algorithms, and applications in C++.Sartaj Sahni, McGraw Hill.2000

2. Maria Litvin and Gray Litvin: “Programming with C++ and Data Structures” –Vikas
Publication, 2003

REFERENCE BOOKS:

1. Object oriented programming in C++ Balaguruswamy. TMH, 1995

2. Programming in C++ Balaguruswamy. TMH, 1995

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Sub. Title : MODELING AND SIMULATION OF DATA NETWORKS


Sub. Code: TE742 No. of Credits : 3=3:0:0 (L-T-P) No. of lecture hours/week : 3
Exam Duration : 3 CIE +Assignment + SEE = Total No. of Contact Hours : 39
hours 45 + 5 + 50 =100

Course Objectives:
1. Study of different delay models in data networks
2. Study of multi access communication in Aloha System and algorithms
3. Study, design and analysis of different routing algorithms
4. To study Optimal routing and its design characterization
5. Study of Flow control in data networks

UNIT Syllabus Content No. of


No. Hours
1 DELAY MODELS IN DATA NETWORKS: Queuing Models, M/M/1, 08
M/M/m, M/M/, M/M/m/m , M/G/1 System, Networks of Transmission Lines,
Time Reversibility, Networks of Queues.

2 MULTI-ACCESS COMMUNICATION: Slotted Multi-access and the 08


Aloha System, Splitting Algorithms, Carrier Sensing, Packet Radio Networks

3 ROUTING IN DATA NETWORKS: Introduction, Network Algorithms 07


and Shortest Path Routing, Broadcasting Routing Information: Coping with
Link Failures.
4 ROUTING IN DATA NETWORKS: Flow models ,Optimal Routing, and 08
Topological design Characterization of Optimal Routing,
5 FLOW CONTROL: Introduction, Window Flow Control, Overview of 08
Flow Control in Practice(ARPANET,,SNA 440, X.25)

Note 1: Unit 4 and Unit 5 will have internal choice.


Note 2: Two assignments are evaluated for 5 marks: Assignment – 1 from units 1 and 2.
Assignment - 2 from units 3, 4 and 5.

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Course Outcomes:

CO1. Remember different delay models in data networks


CO2. Understand flow control for data networks
CO3. Implement different routing algorithms for data networks
CO4. Analyze Multi access techniques and communication for varied networks
CO5. Evaluate optimal routing method for data networks

COs Mapping with POs


CO1 PO1
CO2 PO2,PO5
CO3 PO2,PO4
CO4 PO2, PO3,PO10
CO5 PO2,PO3,PO5,PO10

TEXT BOOKS:
1. “Data Networks”– Dimitri Bertsekas and Robert Gallager,2nd edition, Prentice Hall
of India, 2003.
2. “High-Speed Networks and Internets” – William Stallings,Pearson Education
(Asia) Pte. Ltd, 2004.

REFERENCES BOOK:
1. “High Performance Communication Networks”– J. Walrandand P. Varaya,2nd edition,
Harcourt India Pte. Ltd. and Morgan

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Sub. Title : DIGITAL IMAGE PROCESSING


Sub. Code: TE743 No. of Credits : 3:0:0(L:T:P) No. of lecture hours/week : 3

Exam Duration : 3 CIE +Assignment + SEE = No. of working hours:39


45 + 5 + 50 =100

Course Objectives :

1. Understand the basic principles and methods of digital image processing.


2. Be able to formulate solutions to general image processing problems.
3. To learn various image enhancement techniques.
4. To study segmentation techniques used in different applications.
5. To introduce concept of color image processing.

No. of
Syllabus Content
UNIT No Hours
Teaching
DIGITAL IMAGE FUNDAMENTALS
Background, fundamental steps in Digital Image Processing, Components of
1 an Image processing system, elements of Visual Perception, Image sensing 9
and acquisition, Image Sampling and Quantization, Some basic relationships
between pixels(with relevant problems), Linear and Nonlinear operations
IMAGE ENHANCEMENT IN SPATIAL DOMAIN
2 Background, Some Basic Gray Level Transformations, Histogram
Processing, Enhancement using Arithmetic/ Logic Operations 8

IMAGE ENHANCEMENT IN FREQUENCY DOMAIN


Introduction to Fourier Transform and the Frequency domain for an im
3
Smoothing Frequency Domain Filters, Sharpening Frequency domain 7
filters, homomorphic filtering
COLOR IMAGE PROCESSING : Color Fundamentals, Color Models, 8
4 Pseudo color Image Processing, processing basics of full color image
processing, Color Transformations
IMAGE SEGMENTATION: Detection of discontinuities, edge linking 7
and boundary detection, Thresholding, region based segmentation,
5. segmentation of morphological watersheds, the use of motion in
segmentation

Note 1: Unit 3 and Unit 5 will have internal choice.


Note 2: Two assignments are evaluated for 5 marks: Assignment – 1 from units 1 and 2.
Assignment - 2 from units 3, 4 and 5.

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Course Outcomes :

CO1: Understanding fundamentals of image processing.


CO2: Remembering conversion equations between various color models.
CO3: Application of various image enhancement techniques.
CO4: Evaluate the segmentation procedures.
CO5: Analyze the impact of enhancement techniques.

COs Mapping with POs


CO1 1,3,9,10
CO2 2,3,9
CO3 3,9,10
CO4 3,9,10
CO5 3,9,10

TEXT BOOKS
1. "Digital Image Processing", Rafel C Gonzalez and Richard E. Woods, PHI Publication,
3rd Edition ,2012.
2.” Digital Image Processing”, S.Jayaraman, S.Esakkirajan, T.Veerakumar,TMH Publication,
3rd edition, 2010.

REFERENCE BOOKS/WEBLINKS:
1. “Fundamentals of Digital Image Processing”, Anil K.Jain, PHI Learning , 4rd
edition,2011.
2. “Digital Image Processing –an alogorithm approach”, Madhuri A Joshi ,
PHI Learning, 2006.
3. http://eeweb.poly.edu/~onur/lectures/lecture8.pdf

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Sub. Title : VIDEO ENGINEERING


Sub. Code:TE744 No. of Credits : 3=3:0:0 (L-T-P) No. of lecture hours/week : 3
Exam Duration : 3 hours CIE +Assignment + SEE = Total No. of Contact Hours :
45 + 5 + 50 =100 39

Course Objectives:
1. After learning TV course, students will get benefit to learn and understand the working of real
life video system.
2. To be benefited by gaining knowledge of the different elements of video system plus the
encoding/decoding techniques.
3. The learners will be groomed up to understand different channel allocations, difference
between various systems present in this world, their transmission and reception techniques.
4. Students will get insight on functioning of individual blocks and different standards of
compression.
5. They will be acquainted with different types of analog and digital systems also study digital
video interfaces.

UNIT Syllabus Content No. of


No Hours
1 TV FUNDAMENTALS: Block schematic of TV systems, picture 7
characteristics, luminous signal, bandwidth calculation, chromatic signal,
composite video signal. NTSC, PAL AND SECAM OVERVIEW: NTSC
overview, luminous information, color information, color modulation,
composite video generation, color sub-carrier frequency, NTSC standards, RF
modulation, stereo audio. PAL overview, luminance information, color
information, color modulation, composite video generation, RF modulation,
stero audio (analog). SECAM overview, luminance information, color
information, color modulation, composite video generation.

2 NTSC AND PAL DIGITAL ENCODING – DECODING: NTSC and PAL 7


encoding, luminance, Y processing, color difference processing, C modulation,
analog C generation, analog composite video, clear encoding, NTSC and PAL
decoding. VIDEO CONFERENCING STANDARDS: (H.261 and H.263) -
H.261, video coding layers, DCT, IDCT, video bit stream, block layer, still
image transmission, H.263, video coding layer, GOB layer, MB layer, optional
H.263 modes.

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3 MPEG 1, 2, 4 AND H.261: Introduction, MPEG vs JPEG, Quality issues, audio 8


overview, video coding layer, I P B, D frames, video bit stream, video
decoding, real world issues.MPEG 2: Introduction, audio overview, video
overview, video coding layer, enhances TV programming,

4 IPMP.MPEG 4 over MPEG 2, H.264 over MPEG 2, SMPTEVC-9 over MPEG 9


2, Data broad casting, decoder consideration. MPEG 4 and H.264:
Introduction, audio overview, visual overview, Graphic overview, visual layer,
object description frame work, scene description, synchronization of
elementary streams, multiplexing, IPMP, MPEG 4 part 10 (H.264) video.

5 DIGITAL VIDEO INTERFACES: pre video component interfaces, consumer 8


component interfaces, consumer transport interfaces.Digital video processing:
Rounding considerations, SDTV – ADTV Yeber transforms, 4:4:4 to 4:2:2
Yeber conversions, display enhancement, video mixing and graphic overlay.
IPTV: consideration, multicasting, RTS based solutions, ISMA, Broadcast
over IP, DRM.

Note 1: Unit 3 and Unit 4 will have internal choice.


Note 2: Two assignments are evaluated for 5 marks: Assignment – 1 from units 1 and 2.
Assignment - 2 from units 3, 4 and 5.

Course Outcomes:
CO1: Understand the fundamentals of TV systems, NTSC standards and various modulations,
concept of NTSC AND PAL DIGITAL encoding and decoding.
CO2: Design of NTSC AND PAL DIGITAL encoding and decoding.
CO3: To remember and memorize the concept of NTSC, PAL AND SECAM OVERVIEW, MPEG
1, 2, 4 AND H.261 standards.
CO4: Analyze different standards , audio, video and graphic overview.
CO5: Implementation of various applications of digital video interfaces, multicasting, RTS based
solutions, ISMA, Broadcast over IP, DRM.

COs Mapping with POs


CO1 PO1,PO2, PO3,PO4, PO5,PO6,PO8,
CO2 PO2, PO3,PO4,PO5,PO8,PO10
CO3 PO2,PO3
CO4 PO2, PO3
CO5 PO6, PO10

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TEXT BOOK:

1. “Video Demystified” – Keith Jack, 5thEdition, Elsevier, 2007.

2. "Television and Video Engineering”-- Aravind M. Dhake, 2nd Edition, McGraw Hill Education
(India) Private Limited, 2001.

REFERENCE BOOK:

1. “Modern TV Practice” – R.R.Gulati, New age Intl. publications, 3rd Edition, 2006.
2. "Monochrome and Color television" -- R.R. Gulati, New age Intl. publications, Revised
2nd Edition, 2007.

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Sub Title : INTERNET OF THINGS


Sub Code:TE745 No of Credits : 3 = 3 : 0 : 0 (L-T-P) No of lecture hours/week : 3
Exam Duration : 3 hours CIE +Assignment + SEE = Total No of Contact Hours :39
45 + 5 + 50 =100

Course Objectives:
1. To introduce emerging technological options, platforms and functions of Internet of Things
(IoT).
2. To gain knowledge of IoT in various real time fields.
3. To understand the technical aspects of IoT and machine-to-machine and to learn the platform
designing methodology.
4. To have the various platform design for IoT.
5. To know the security considerations for IoT and its approaches.

Unit No. of
Syllabus
No Hours
1 INTRODUCTION TO THE INTERNET OF THINGS (IOT): Definition and 9
Characteristics of IoT, Physical Design of IoT- Things in IoT, IoT Protocols,
Logical Design of IoT- IoT Functional Blocks, IoT Communication Models,
IoT Communication APIs, IoT Enabling Technologies- Wireless Sensor
Networks, Cloud Computing, Big Data Analytics, Communication Protocols,
Embedded Systems.
(Text 1)
2 DOMAIN SPECIFIC IOTS: Introduction, Home Automation, Cities, 7
Environment, Energy, Agriculture, Industry, Health and Lifestyle.
(Text 1)
3 IOT AND M2M: Introduction, M2M, Difference between IoT and M2M, SDN 9
and NFV for IoT- Software Defined Networking, Network Function
Virtualization.
IoT System Management with NETCOZF-YANG: Need for IoT Systems
Management, NETCONF, YANG, IoT Systems Management with NETCONF-
YANG.
(Text 1)
4 IOT PLATFORMS DESIGN METHODOLOGY: Introduction, IoT Design 7
Methodology.
(Text 1)

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5 SECURITY CONSIDERATIONS FOR INTERNET OF THINGS: 7


Introduction, IoT Security – Common Concerns, Security For IoT – Approach and
Considerations.
( White Paper)
Note 1: Unit 3 and Unit 4 will have internal choice.
Note 2: Two assignments are evaluated for 5 marks:
Assignment - 1 from units 1 and 2.
Assignment - 2 from units 3, 4 and 5.
Course Outcomes:
CO1: To Remember the Characteristics, physical design and various protocols of IoT.
CO2: To Understand the emerging technologies related to IoT, its functions and various real-time
fields.
CO3: To analyze the technical aspects of IoT with machine-to-machine and other configurations.
CO4: Designing IoT Platforms.
CO5: Application of security considerations for IoT and its approaches.

COs Mapping with POs


CO1 PO2, PO4, PO5
CO2 PO5, PO8, PO10
CO3 PO1, PO2
CO4 PO1, PO2,PO4, PO5, PO10
CO5 PO2, PO5, PO10

TEXT BOOKS:

1. “Internet of Things – A Hands on Approach”, Arshdeep Bahga, Vijay Madisetti, 1st


Edition, 2014.
4. “Security Considerations for Internet of Things”, White Paper by Ajit Jha and Sunil M C,
L and T Technology Services, 2014.

REFERENCE MATERIALS:

1. “Internet of Things – Converging Technologies for Smart Environments and Integrated


Ecosystems”, Ovidiu Vermesan and Peter Friess; The River Publisher Series in
Communications, Edition - 2013.
2. “Getting Started with Arduino (Make: Projects)”, Massimo Banzi, O’Reilly Media, 2008.
3. “Smart Things: Ubiquitous Computing User Experience Design”, Mike Kuniavsky, Morgan
Kaufmann Publishers, 2010.
4. "Meta Products: Buiding the Inertnet of Things", Sara Cordoba, Wimer Hazenberg,
Menno Huisman, BIS Publishers, 2011.

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Sub. Title : OPTICAL and WSN LAB


Sub. Code: TEL75 No. of Credits: 1.5 = 0:0:1.5 No. of lecture hours/week : 3
(L:T:P)
Exam Duration : 3 hours CIE +Assignment + SEE =
45 + 5 + 50 =100

Course Objectives :
1. Study of optical fiber transmission characteristics.
2. Study of optical fiber losses (bending loss, propagation loss etc).
3. To be familiar with the applications of wireless sensor networks (by practical approach).
4. To obtain hands-on training on QualNet Simulator to describe the concepts and protocols in
WSNs.
5. To learn the working of iSense tool kit by practical implementation of the design,
implementation, and use of wireless sensor networks.

LIST OF EXPERIMENTS

I. Optical Networking Experiments.


1. Establishment of Analog and Digital links.
2. Measurement of optical losses.

II.QualNet Simulator Experiments.

1. Experiment to understand the OSI Layer structure and the functionality of each layer of
the OSI model during the communication.
2. Defining the topology for LAN using hub or switch in a wired scenario.
3. Experiment to analyze routing by implementing the routers and forward network packets
via multiple subnets.
4. To implement the VoIP application and understand how the communication takes place
between the communicating nodes when using VoIP.
5. Configuring different antenna models.

III. iSense Kit Experiments.

1. Program to broadcast a message among each other with acknowledgement and without
acknowledgement.
2. Program to employ a power saving mechanism by the module switch between ACTIVE
and SLEEP state.
3. Setup a wireless adhoc network and perform range tests for LOS and NLOS.

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STUDY EXPERIMENTS:

1. Learn to set up call, end call and handover in different Cellular networks.

Course Outcomes :
CO1. To understand optical fiber transmission.
CO2. To analyze optical fiber losses.
CO3. Execution of various programs as applications of Wireless Sensor Networks.
CO4. Simulate the protocols in WSNs using QualNet Simulator.
CO5. Demonstration of the working of iSense tool kit by design and implementation.

COs Mapping with POs


CO1 PO1, PO2,PO5
CO2 PO1, PO2,PO5
CO3 PO4,PO10
CO4 PO1,PO2,PO4
CO5 PO2,PO4,PO8

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Sub Title : CCN LAB


Sub Code: TEL76 No of Credits : (L-T-P): 0-0-1.5 No of lecture
hours/week : 3

Exam Duration : 3 hours Exam Marks : 50 + 50 = 100

Course Objectives:

1. To Simulate Data Link Layer protocols.


2. To Simulate the Network Routing and Congestion control Algorithms.
3. To Understand Encryption & Decryption Algorithms.
4. To perform Data Communication using different media.
5. To determine the Class of IP Address.

I. CCN Programming Experiments in C/C++ (3 lab sessions of 3 hrs each)

1. Simulate Bit stuffing & De-stuffing using HDLC frame format.


2. Simulate Character Stuffing & De-stuffing using HDLC frame format.
3. Encryption and Decryption of a given message using
i) Substitution Method ii) Transposition Method
4. Write a C program to determine if the IP address in Binary/Dotted decimal is in Class
A, B, C, D or E.
5. Compute Polynomial Code Checksum for CRC-CCITT.
6. Simulate the shortest path algorithm using Dijktra’s Method.
7. Find Minimum Spanning Tree of a subnet.
8. Write a Program for Congestion Control using Leaky Bucket Algorithm.

II. Hardware Experiment


1. To Communicate between two PCs using the different Media:
i) RS232 ii) Optical Fiber iii) Twisted Pair.

III. Study Experiment


1. Using Fork function Create Two Processes and Communicate between them.

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Course Outcomes :
CO1: Remember the basic concepts of OSI and TCP/IP protocol stack.
CO2: Understand the Standards and Protocols of different layers.
CO3: Implement the algorithms of Data Link Layer and Network Layer.
CO4: Examine the Communication types between PCs and Creation of Communication using Fork
Function
CO5: Evaluate and analyze the algorithms with examples

COs Mapping with POs


CO1 PO1, PO5
CO2 PO1,PO2,PO5
CO3 PO2,PO3, PO4,PO10
CO4 PO2,PO5
CO5 PO2, PO3, PO10

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Sub. Title : PROJECT WORK PHASE-I


Sub. Code: TEP77 No. of Credits : 0=0:0:0 (L-T-P) No. of lecture hours/week : 3
Exam Duration : 3 hours CIE+SIE=50+50=100

1. Project group should comprise of 3 or 4 students and should not exceed 4 students.
2. Project proposal(synopsis) submitted by the student must be related to the field of
telecommunication.
3. Project should be based on recent technology.
4. Evaluation will be done on the basis literature survey, learning the prerequisite tool,
documentation and presentation

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Sub. Title: Optical Networking


Sub. Code: TE81 No. of Credits: 3=3:0:0 (L-T-P) No. of lecture hours/week: 3

Exam Duration: 3 hours CIE +Assignment + SEE = Total No. of Contact Hours: 39
45 + 5 + 50 =100

Course Objectives :
1. To study the environment of optical networks
2. To study the components both active and passive required for optical networks
3. To study the design considerations for optical networks
4. To study the requirement of WDM networks
5. To understand the functions required for maintenance and control of optical networks

UNIT Syllabus Content No. of Hours


No
INTRODUCTION TO OPTICAL NETWORKS: Telecommunication
09
network architecture (1.1), Optical networks (1.3), Multiplexing techniques
(1.3.1), Second-generation optical networks (1.3.2), The Optical Layer
1 (1.4), Transparency and All-optical networks (1.5), optical packet switching
(1.6), Network Evolution (1.8 – 1.8.1 to 1.8.4), Non-linear effects (2.5) -
SPM (2.5.5), CPM (2.5.7) , Four Wave Mixing (2.5.8)
(Text-1)
COMPONENTS: Couplers (3.1-3.1.1, 3.1.2), Isolators and Circulators
06
(3.2-3.2.1), Multiplexes and Filters (3.3), Optical Amplifiers (3.4-
2 3.4.4,3.4.5,3.4.6), Transmitters (3.5-3.5.1), Detectors (3.6-3.6.1), Switches
(3.7-3.7.1), Wavelength converters (3.8-3.8.1 to 3.8.4).
(Text-1)
TRANSMISSION SYSTEM ENGINEERING: System model (5.1), 09
Power penalty (5.2), Optical Amplifiers (5.5,-5.5.1 to 5.5.6) Crosstalk (5.6,
3 5.6.1 to 5.6.6), Dispersion (5.7-5.7.3), Overall design Consideration (5.12-
5.12.1 to 5.12.9). The optical layer (6.1- 6.1.3, 6.1.6)
(Text-1)
SECOND GENERATION NETWORKS -WDM NETWORK 06
ELEMENTS: Optical Line Terminals (7.1), Optical Add/drop Multiplexers
4 (7.3), OADM Architectures(7.3.1), Optical Crossconnects (7.4, - 7.4.1)
ACCESS NETWORKS: Network Architecture Overview (11.1),
Enhanced HFC (11.2)
(Text-1)

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CONTROL AND MANAGEMENT : Network management functions


07
(8.1- 8.1.1 to 8.1.3), Optical layer services and interfacing (8.2), Layers
within the optical layer (8.3), Multivendor interoperability (8.4),
5.
Performance and fault management (8.5- 8.5.1 to 8.5.4), Optical safety (8.7,
- 8.7.1)
(Text-1)

Note 1: Unit 3 and Unit 5 will have internal choice.


Note 2: Two assignments are evaluated for 5 marks: Assignment – 1 from units 1 and 2.
Assignment - 2 from units 3, 4 and 5.

Course Outcomes :
CO1:To define and understand the environment of optical networks.
CO2: To analyze the working principle of various components of optical networks.
CO3: To analyze and interpret the impact of design considerations of optical networks.
CO4: To justify the need of various components for WDM networks.
CO5: To identify and analyze the need for maintenance and control functions required for
optical networks.

Cos Mapping with POs


CO1 PO1
CO2 PO5,PO6,PO8
CO3 PO2,PO5,PO6,PO8
CO4 PO5,PO6,PO8
CO5 PO5,PO6,PO8,PO10

TEXT BOOKS:
1. “Optical networks: A practical Perspective Third Edition”. Rajiv Ramaswami, Kumar N
Sivarajan,, Galen H. Sasaki, 3rd ed., Morgan Kauffman, 2010.

REFERENCE BOOKS/WEBLINKS:
1. “Optical networks” – Ulysees Black, 2nd ed., Pearson education 2007.
2. http://home.iitk.ac.in/~ynsingh/seminars/OptNets.pdf

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Sub. Title :MULTIMEDIA COMMUNICATIONS


Sub. Code: TE82 No. of Credits : 4=4:0:0 (L-T-P) No. of lecture hours/week :
4
Exam Duration : 3 hours CIE +Assignment + SEE = Total No. of Contact
45 + 5 + 50 =100 Hours : 52

Course Objectives :
1. To study the different types of Media and their representation in different forms.
2. To understand the different compression techniques for Tex with examples.
3. To understand the different compression techniques for Image with examples.
4. To study the different compression techniques for Audio.
5. To study the different compression techniques for video.

UNIT Syllabus Content Lecture Hours


No
1 MULTIMEDIA COMMUNICATIONS: Introduction, 10
Multimedia Information Representation, Multimedia Networks,
Multimedia Applications, Multipoint Conferencing, Network
Qos, Application Qos, Relevant Problems.

2 MULTIMEDIA INFORMATION REPRESENTATION : 9


Text: Unformatted Text, Formatted Text, Hyper Text
Images: Graphics, Digitized Documents and Pictures
Audio: PCM Speech, CD-Quality Audio, Synthesized Audio
Video: Broadcast Television, Digital Video, Video Content ,
Relevant Problems .
3 TEXT AND IMAGE COMPRESSION: Compression 12
Principles, Text Compression: Static Huffman Coding,
Arithmetic Coding, Lempel-Ziv and Welsh Coding.
Image Compression: Graphics Interchange Format, Tagged
Image File Format, Digitized Documents And JPEG Schematic ,
Relevant Problems.

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4 AUDIO COMPRESSION: Introduction, Audio Compression, 9


DPCM, ADPCM, Linear Predictive Coding, Code-excited LPC,
Perceptual coding.

5 VIDEO COMPRESSION : Video compression principles, 12


H.261, H.263, MPEG, MPEG-1 and MPEG-4.

Note 1: Unit 3 and Unit 5 will have internal choice.


Note 2: Two assignments are evaluated for 5 marks: Assignment – 1 from units 1 and 2.
Assignment - 2 from units 3, 4 and 5.

Course Outcomes :

CO1: State the basic concepts of Multimedia communication.


CO2: Understand the concepts of Text, Image, Audio and Video and their representation.
CO3: Application of compression techniques in Text, Image, Audio and Video.
CO4: Analysis and comparison of different Compression techniques.
CO5: Evaluate the compression techniques using examples.

COs Mapping with POs


CO1 PO1, PO5
CO2 PO1,PO2,PO5
CO3 PO2,PO6, PO8
CO4 PO2, PO10
CO5 PO1,PO2, PO10

TEXT BOOK:

1. Multimedia Communications: Applications, Networks, Protocols, and Standards” –


Fred Halsall, , Pearson Education, Asia, Second Indian reprint 2002.

REFERENCE BOOKS:

1. “Multimedia Information Networking” –, Nalin K. Sharda, PHI, 2003.


2. “Multimedia Fundamentals: Vol 1-Media Coding and Content
Processing” – RalfSteinmetz, KlaraNarstedt, Pearson Education, 2004.
3. “Multimedia Systems Design” – Prabhat K. Andleigh, KiranThakrar, PHI, 2004

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Sub. Title : ADHOC WIRELESS NETWORKS


Sub. Code: TE831 No. of Credits : 3=3:0:0 (L-T-P) No. of lecture hours/week : 3
Exam Duration : 3 hours CIE +Assignment + SEE = Total No. of Contact Hours : 39
45 + 5 + 50 =100

Course Objectives :
1. To understand Ad hoc Networks and their Issues.
2. To analyze the issues in designing MAC and Routing Protocols.
3. To know the challenges in providing QoS in Ad hoc Networks.
4. To study the Transport Layer Protocols.
5. To study the QoS in Adhoc Networks.

UNIT Syllabus Content Lecture


No Hours
1 AD HOC NETWORKS: Introduction, Issues in Ad hoc wireless 08
networks, Ad hoc wireless Internet.
2 MAC PROTOCOLS FOR AD HOC WIRELESS NETWORKS: 08
Introduction, Issues in designing a MAC protocol for Ad hoc wireless
Networks, Design goals of a MAC protocol for Ad hoc wireless
Networks, Classification of MAC protocols, Contention based
protocols with reservation mechanisms.
Contention-based MAC protocols with scheduling mechanism, MAC
protocols that use directional antennas.
3 ROUTING PROTOCOLS FOR AD HOC WIRELESS NETWORKS: 08
Introduction, Issues in designing a routing protocol for Ad hoc
wireless Networks, Classification of routing protocols, Table drive
routing protocol, On-demand routing protocol. Hybrid routing
protocol, Routing protocols with effective flooding mechanisms,
Hierarchical routing protocols
4 TRANSPORT LAYER PROTOCOLS FOR AD HOC WIRELESS 08
NETWORKS: Introduction, Issues in designing , Design goals ,
Classification of transport layer solutions, TCP over Ad hoc wireless
Networks, Other transport layer protocols for
Ad hoc wireless Networks. Security in wireless Ad hoc wireless
Networks, Network security requirements, Issues and challenges in
security provisioning, Secure routing in Ad hoc wireless Networks.

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5 QUALITY OF SERVICE IN AD HOC WIRELESS NETWORKS: 07


Introduction, Issues and challenges in providing QoS in Ad hoc
wireless Networks, Classification of QoS solutions, MAC layer
solutions, network layer solutions

Note 1: Unit 3 and Unit 4 will have internal choice.


Note 2: Two assignments are evaluated for 5 marks: Assignment – 1 from units 1 and 2.
Assignment - 2 from units 3, 4 and 5.

Course Outcomes :

CO1: Remember the basic concepts of MAC, Routing and Transport Layer for Ad hoc Networks.
CO2: Understand the issues and goals in designing of Ad hoc protocols.
CO3: Implementation of MAC, Routing and Transport in Ad hoc Networks.
CO4: Comparison and analysis of MAC, Routing and Transport in Ad hoc Networks.
CO5: Evaluation of MAC and Routing Protocols.

COs Mapping with POs


CO1 PO1, PO5
CO2 PO2,PO5
CO3 PO2,PO5, PO10
CO4 PO1,PO2,PO10
CO5 PO2, PO10

TEXT BOOK:
1. Ad hoc wireless Networks – C. Siva Ram Murthy and B. S. Manoj, Pearson
Education, 2nd Edition, reprint 2005.

REFERENCE BOOKS/WEBLINKS:
1. Ad hoc wireless Networks – Ozan K. Tonguz and Gianguigi Ferrari, Wiley.
2. Ad hoc wireless Networking– Xiuzhen Cheng, Xiao Hung, Ding-Zhu Du, Kluwer
Academic publishers
3. http://www.alljntuworld.in/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/Adhoc-and-Sensor-Networks-
Notes.pdf

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Sub Title : CRYTOGRAPHY & NETWORK SECURITY


Sub Code:TE832 No of Credits : 4=4:0:0 (L-T-P) No of lecture hours/week :
4
Exam Duration : 3 hours CIE +Assignment + SEE = Total No of Contact Hours
45 + 5 + 50 =100 : 52

Course Objectives:

1. To provide an introduction to the fundamental principles of cryptography and its


applications on the network security domain.
2. To study various approaches to Encryption techniques, Design Principles and Modes of
operation.
3. To study a given system with respect to security of the system.
4. To analyze the given system with respect to digital signature and intruders.
5. To analyze the given system with respect to malicious software and firewalls.

UNIT Syllabus Content No of


No Hours
1 Introduction: Services, mechanisms and attacks, The OSI security 12
architecture, A model for network security.
Symmetric Ciphers: Symmetric Cipher Model, Substitution Techniques,
Transposition Techniques, Simplified DES, Data encryption standard (DES),
The strength of DES, Differential and Linear Cryptanalysis, Block Cipher
Design Principles and Modes of Operation, Evaluation Criteria for Advanced
Encryption Standard, The AES Cipher (In brief).
(Text 1)
2 Principles of Public-Key Cryptosystems: Public-key cryptosystems, 8
Applications for public-key cryptosystems, requirements for public-key
cryptography, The RSA algorithm, Key Management, Diffie – Hellman Key
Exchange.
(Text 1)
3 Web Security Consideration: Security socket layer (SSL), SSL architecture, 8
Transport layer security, Secure Electronic Transaction.
(Text 1)

4 Digital signatures: Requirements, direct digital signature, arbitrated digital 12


signature,Digital Signature Standard , DSS approach, digital signature
algorithm.
.Intruders:Intruders, Intrusion techniques, Intrusion Detection, distributed
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intrusion detection, honeypots, Intrusion detection exchange format.


(Text 1)

5 Malicious software: Viruses and Related Threats, malicious programs, nature 12


of viruses, virus structure, types, Virus Countermeasures, antivirus
approaches, advanced antivirus techniques.
Firewalls:Firewalls Design Principles, firewall characteristics, types of
firewalls, firewall configurations, Trusted Systems, data access control
,concept of trusted systems.
(Text-1)

Note 1: Unit 4 and Unit 5 will have internal choice.


Note 2: Two assignments are evaluated for 5 marks: Assignment – 1 from units 1 and 2.
Assignment - 2 from units 3, 4 and 5.

Course Outcomes:

CO1: Remember the basic concepts of network security, Digital signatures, Intruders, Malicious
software and firewalls.
CO2: Understand the basic concepts of network security, Digital signatures, Intruders, Malicious
software and firewalls.
CO3: Analyze a given system with respect to security of the system.
CO4: Analyze public cryptosystems and disseminate from conventional systems for the quality of
Security.
CO5: Develop the process for hiding the information with cryptographic algorithms.

COs Mapping with POs


CO1 PO2,PO5,PO10
CO2 PO2,PO5,PO10
CO3 PO2,PO5,PO10
CO4 PO2,PO5,PO10
CO5 PO2,PO5,PO10

TEXT BOOK:

1. Cryptography and Network Security– William Stalling, Pearson Education, 7th


edition.
REFERENCE BOOKS:

1. Cryptography and Network Security – Behrouz A. Forouzan, TMH, 2007.


2. Cryptography and network security– Atul Kahate, , TMH, 2003.
3. williamstallings.com/Extras/Security-Notes/

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Sub. Title: VLSI in Telecommunications


Sub. Code: TE833 No. of Credits: 3=3:0:0(L-T-P) No. of lecture hours/week :
3
Exam Duration : 3 hours CIE +Assignment + SEE = Total No. of Contact Hours
45 + 5 + 50 =100 : 39

Syllabus No. of
hours
1 Introduction to MOSFETs : MOS Transistor Theory – Introduction MOS 08
Device, Fabrication and Modeling , Body Effect, Noise Margin; Latch-up

2 MOS Inverter : MOS Transistors, MOS Transistor Switches, CMOS Logic, 08


Circuit and System Representations, Design Equations, Static Load MOS
Inverters, Transistor Sizing, Static and Switching Characteristics; MOS
Capacitor; Resistivity of Various Layers.

3 Combinational MOS Logic Circuits: Pass Transistors/Transmission Gates; 08


Designing with transmission gates, Primitive Logic Gates; Complex Logic
Circuits
4 Sequential MOS Logic Circuits: SR Latch, clocked Latch and flip flop 08
circuits, CMOS D latch and edge triggered flip flop.

5 Dynamic Logic Circuits: Basic principle, non ideal effects, domino. CMOS 07
Logic, high performance dynamic CMOS Circuits

Note 1: Unit 4 and Unit 5 will have internal choice.


Note 2: Two assignments are evaluated for 5 marks: Assignment – 1 from units 1 and 2.
Assignment - 2 from units 3, 4 and 5.

Text book

1. “Basic VLSI Design : Systems and Circuits”D. A. Pucknell and K. Eshraghian, Third
Edition PHI,1994.
2. “Modern VLSI Design : System on Chip” W. Wolf, Third Edition, PH/Pearson, 2002
3. “ Principles of CMOS VLSI Design”: A Systems, N. Weste, K. Eshraghian and M. J. S.
Smith.

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References
1. “CMOS Logic Circuit Design”, J. P. Uyemura, Kluwer, 1999.

2. “Introduction to VLSI Circuits and System”, J. P. Uyemura, Wiley, 2002.

3. “CMOS Circuit Design, R. J. Baker, H. W. Li and D. E. Boyce”, Layout and Simulation.

Course Outcomes:
CO1: Remember the basic concepts of Fabrication and modelling, Design equation, Resistivity of
Various Layers
CO2: Understand the basic concepts of Combinational MOS Logic Circuits, Sequential MOS
Logic Circuits
CO3: Analyze a given Circuit with respect to memory.
CO4: Implement the Primitive Logic Gates; Complex Logic Circuits.
CO5: Develop the. Circuit and System Representations, Design Equations.

COs Mapping with POs


CO1 PO1,PO 2, PO4, PO4
CO2 PO1, PO2, PO3, PO4, PO8
CO3 PO1, PO2, PO3, PO 4, PO 7
CO4 PO1, PO2, PO3, PO4, PO9
CO5 PO1, PO2, PO3, PO5, PO6, PO9

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Sub. Title : HIGH PERFORMANCE COMPUTER NETWORKS


Sub. Code:TE834 No. of Credits : 3=3:0:0 (L-T-P) No. of lecture hours/week : 3
Exam Duration : 3 CIE +Assignment + SEE = Total No. of Contact Hours : 39
hours 45 + 5 + 50 =100

Course objectives :
1. To help all sectors of industry exploit the opportunities offered by advanced computing and
networking systems to add higher levels of intelligence, reach larger throughputs or ensure
shorter response times in their products, processes or services
2. Proposing new designs for high performance network-based computing systems
3. Developing better middleware, API, and programming environments so that modern
network-based computing applications can be developed and implemented in a scalable and
high performance manner.
4. To develop a comprehensive understanding of multimedia networking.
5. To study the types of VPN and tunnelling protocols for security. To learn about network
security in many layers and network management.

No. of
Unit Syllabus hours
No
1 INTRODUCTION Review of OSI, TCP/IP; Multiplexing, Modes of 08
Communication, Switching, Routing
SONET – DWDM – DSL – ISDN – BISDN, ATM.
2 MULTIMEDIA NETWORKING APPLICATIONS Streaming 08
stored Audio and Video, protocols for real time interactive applications,
scheduling and policing mechanism, integrated services, RSVP- differentiated
services.
3 ADVANCED NETWORKS CONCEPTS VPN- 08
Remote-Access VPN, site-to-site VPN, Tunneling to PPP, Security in
VPN.MPLS-operation, Routing, Tunneling and use of FEC, Traffic Engineering,
and MPLS based VPN, overlay networks-P2P connections
4 TRAFFIC MODELLING 06
Little’s theorem, Need for modeling, Poisson modeling and its failure, Non-
poisson models, Network performance evaluation.

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5 NETWORK SECURITY AND MANAGEMENT 09


Principles of cryptography, Authentication, integrity, key distribution and
certification, Access control and fire walls, attacks and counter measures,
security in many layers, Infrastructure for network management, The internet
standard management framework, SMI, MIB, SNMP, Security and
administration.
Note 1: Unit 3 and Unit 5 will have internal choice.
Note 2: Two assignments are evaluated for 5 marks: Assignment – 1 from units 1 and 2.
Assignment - 2 from units 3, 4 and 5.

Course Outcomes :
CO1: To remember OSI, switching, routing and various networks & protocols.
CO2: Application of stream audio, video and real time policy mechanisms.
CO3: Understanding of VPN, traffic measurement and overlay networks.
CO4:Analyze and evaluate traffic modeling.
CO5: Develop network security and management.

COs Mapping with POs


CO1 PO2
CO2 PO4, PO5, PO10
CO3 PO2
CO4 PO2, PO4
CO5 PO2, PO4, PO5, PO10

TEXT BOOKS:
1. “Computer Networking- A top down approach featuring the internet”, J.F. Kurose
and K.W. Ross, Pearson, 6th edition, 2012.
2. “High Performance Communication Network”, Walrand .J. Varaiya, Morgan
Kauffman – Harcourt Asia Pvt. Ltd. 2nd Edition, 2000.

REFERENCES:

1. “Communication networks”, Leon-Garcia, Widjaja, TMH 7th reprint, 2002.

2. “Communication Networking”, Aunurag Kumar, D. MAnjunath, Joy Kuri, Morgan


Kaufmann Publishers, 1st edition, 2004.

3. “Computer Networking and the Internet”, Fred Halsall and Lingana Gouda
Kulkarni, 5th edition, Pearson education, 2005.

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Sub. Title : GSM


Sub. Code:TE835 No. of Credits : 3=3:0:0 (L-T-P) No. of lecture hours/week : 3
Exam Duration : 3 CIE +Assignment + SEE = Total No. of Contact Hours : 39
hours 45 + 5 + 50 =100
Course Objectives:

1. Become familiar with the architecture, structure and services offered in GSM.
2. Understand functions and operational principles of the various components of GSM
networks.
3. To study logical channels and how the connections are setup and maintained.
4. Understand the concept of speech coding techniques.
5. To study the concept of privacy and security.

Lecture
Unit Syllabus hours
No.
1 STANDARDS FOR WIRELESS COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS 9
Introduction, Cordless systems, GSM, UPT, IMT-2000, UMTS, North
American Standards, Japanese Standards CELLULAR
COMMUNICATIONS FUNDAMENTALS Introduction, Cellular Systems,
Geometry of a Hexagon Cell, Cochannel Interference Ratio, Cellular System
Design in Worst case with an omnidirectional antenna, Cochannel interference
reduction, directional antennas in 7-cell reuse pattern, Cell splitting
2 . GSM ARCHITECTURE AND INTERFACES: Introduction, GSM 6
frequency bands, GSM PLMN, Objectives of a GSM PLMN, GSM PLMN
Services, GSM Subsystems, GSM Subsystems entities, GSM interfaces, The
radio interface (MS to BSC), Abits interface (BTS to BSC), A interface (BSC
to MSC), Interfaces between other GSM entities, Mapping of GSM layers onto
OSI layers.
3 GSM LOGICAL CHANNELS AND FRAME STRUCTURE: Introduction, 6
GSM logical channels, Allowed logical channel combinations, TCH multi
frame for TCH/H, CCH multi frame, GSM frame structure, GSM bursts,
Normal burst, Synchronization burst, Frequency correction channel burst,
Access burst, Data encryption in GSM, Mobility management, Location
registration, Mobile identification.
4 (a). SPEECH CODING IN GSM : Introduction, Speech coding methods, 9
Speech code attributes, Transmission bit rate, Delay, Complexity, Quality,
LPAS, ITU-T standards, Bit rate, Waveform coding, Time domain waveform
coding, Frequency domain waveform coding, Vocoders, Full-rate vocoder,

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Half-rate vocoder

(b)MESSAGES, SERVICES, AND CALL FLOWS IN GSM: Introduction,


GSM PLMN services. GSM messages, MS-BS interface, BS to MSC
messages on the A interface, MSC to VLR and HLR, GSM call setup by an
MS, Mobile-Terminated call, Call release, Handover.
5 (a) DATA SERVICES IN GSM: Introduction, Data interworking, GSM data 9
services, Interconnection for switched data, Group 3 fax, Packet data on the
signaling channel, User-to-user signaling, SMS, GSM GPRS.
(b) PRIVACY AND SECURTIY IN GSM: Introduction, Wireless security
requirements, Privacy of communications, Authentication requirements,
System lifetime requirements, Physical requirements, SIM cards, Security
algorithms for GSM, Token-based authentication, Token-based registration,
Tokenbased challenge.

Note 1: Unit 4 and Unit 5 will have internal choice.


Note 2: Two assignments are evaluated for 5 marks: Assignment – 1 from units 1 and 2.
Assignment - 2 from units 3, 4 and 5.

Course Outcomes :

CO1: Understanding standards for telecommunication systems.


CO2: Analyze the structure and services offered in GSM.
CO3: Remember GSM logical channels and frame structure.
CO4: Demonstrate critical thinking and ability to analyze ITU-T standards
CO5: Evaluate different data services and security requirements.

COs Mapping with POs


CO1 PO1,PO2,PO5,PO6,PO10
CO2 PO1,PO2,PO5,PO8
CO3 PO1,PO,PO5,PO6
CO4 PO1,PO2,PO3
CO5 PO2,PO5,PO6,PO9

TEXT BOOKS:
1.Principles of Applications of GSM – Vijay K. Gargand Joseph E. Wilkes, Pearson education,
1999.
REFERENCE BOOKS:

1. "GSM: Evolution towards 3rd Generation Systems, (Editor)", Z. Zvonar Peter


Jung. Karl Kammerlander Springer; 1st edition 1998.
2. "The Creation of Global Mobile Communication – FriedhelmHillebrand, GSM and
UMTS", John Wiley and Sons; 2001
3. http://www.tti.unipa.it/~ilenia/course/intro.pdf
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Sub. Title : REAL TIME OPERATING SYSTEM


Sub. Code: TE836 No. of Credits:3=3:0:0 No. of lecture hours/week : 3
(L:T:P:S) (L)+ (T)=3+0= 3 hours
Exam Duration : 3 hours CIE +Assignment + SEE = Total No. of Contact Hours : 39
45 + 5 + 50 =100

Course Objectives :
1. To learn the classification of real time systems.
2. To study the different development methodologies of real time systems.
3. To analyze the real time systems.
4. To detect faults in system.
5. To study various designs of real time systems.

Syllabus Content No. of


UNIT No
Hours
Definition and Classification of Real time systems: Concept of
1 computer control, sequence, loop and supervisor control, centralized, 08
hierarchical and distributed systems, Human Computer interface.
Real Time Operating Systems: Scheduling strategies, priority structures,
2 Task management, Real Time Clock Handler, Code sharing, Resource 08
Control, Inter task Communication and Control.
Introduction to Design of Real Time Systems, Specification,
Preliminary Design, multitasking Approach, monitors, Rendezvous.
3 Development Methodologies: Yourdon Methodology, Ward and Mellor 08
method – Essential model and Behavioral model, Hatley and Pirbhai
method.
Design analysis: Introduction, Petrinets, Analysis of Petri Nets,
Scheduling, general approaches to scheduling problem, on-line 08
4
scheduling, pre-run-time scheduling, scheduling-including task
synchronization
Fault detection and tolerance: Introduction, fault tolerance in mixed 07
hardware- software system, fault detection measures, fault detection
5.
mechanisms, damage containment and assessment, provision of fault
tolerance.

Note 1: Unit 3 and Unit 5 will have internal choice.


Note 2: Two assignments are evaluated for 5 marks: Assignment – 1 from units 1 and 2.
Assignment - 2 from units 3, 4 and 5.

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Course Outcome :
CO1: Understand classification of real time systems.
CO2: Analyse the different development methodologies of real time systems.
CO3: Evaluate design of RTS, development methodologies.
CO4: Analyze the RTS, and Evaluate lack synchronization.
CO5: Evaluate the fault in RTS designed and Understand the tolerance limits

COs Mapping with POs


CO1 PO1,PO2
CO2 PO1,PO2,PO5
CO3 PO1
CO4 PO1,PO2,PO8
CO5 PO1,PO2,PO10

TEXT BOOKS:
1. “Real-time Computer Control ,Stuart Bennett”,2nd edition, Pearson, 2010.

REFERENCE BOOKS /WEBLINKS:

1. “Raj Kamal, Embedded systems”, 2nd edition, Tata McGraw Hill, 2008.
2. “Real time systems”, Jane. W. S. Liu, Pearson education, 2005.

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BOS June 2016

Sub. Title : SUBJECT SEMINAR


Sub. Code: TES84 No. of Credits : 2=2:0:0 (L-T-P) No. of lecture hours/week : 3
Exam Duration : CIE+SIE=50 +0 =50

1. Subject seminar is conducted for individual student.


2. Student should submit a recent topic to the coordinator which needs to be approved by a
panel comprising of HOD and coordinator.
3. Evaluation will be done on the basis of relevance of the topic, presentation skills, depth
of knowledge and documentation

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BOS June 2016

Sub. Title : Project Work Phase-II


Sub. Code: TEP85 No. of Credits : 12=0:0:12 (L-T-P) No. of lecture hours/week : 3
Exam Duration : 3 hours CIE+SIE=50+50=100

1. Project group should comprise of 3 or 4 students and should not exceed 4 students.
2. Project proposal(synopsis) submitted by the student must be related to the field of
telecommunication.
3. Project should be based on recent technology.
4. Evaluation will be done on the basis literature survey, learning the prerequisite tool,
documentation and presentation

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BOS June 2016

Sub. Title : INTERNET ENGINEERING AND APPLICATIONS


Sub. Code: TEE01 No. of Credits: 4=4:0:0 (L-T-P) No. of lecture hours/week:
4
Exam Duration : 3 hours CIE +Assignment + SEE = Total No. of Contact
45 + 5 + 50 =100 Hours : 52

Course Objectives :
1. To become familiar with Internet Engineering fundamentals.
2. To learn concepts of SDL notations used in Internet.
3. To gain the knowledge of various protocol conformance testing schemes.
4. To learn various methods of Protocol Testing.
5. To understand various synthesis and Re synthesis methods.

No. of
UNIT Syllabus Hours
No

1 Introduction: Communication model, Communication software, and


communication protocol: Representation, Development methods, Protocol
engineering process. NETWORK REFERENCE MODEL: Layered
architecture, Network services and interfaces, Protocol functions, OSI model,
12
TCP/IP protocol suite, Application protocols.
Protocol Specification: Communication service specification, Protocol entity
specification, Multimedia protocol specifications, Internet protocol
specifications.
2 Specification and Description Language (SDL): A protocol specification
language, Examples of SDL based protocol specifications, Other protocol
specification languages.
12
Protocol Verification/Validation: Protocol Verification, Verification of a
protocol using Finite State Machines, Protocol Validation, Protocol Design
Errors.
3 Protocol Conformance Testing: Conformance Testing, Conformance testing
methodology and framework, Conformance test architectures, Test sequence
generation methods, Distribute architecture by local methods, 12
Conformance testing with TTCN, Conformance testing of RIP, Multimedia
applications testing.
4 Protocol Performance Testing: SDL based performance testing of TCP,
OSPF, Interoperability testing, SDL based interoperability testing of
CSMA/CD and CSMA/CA protocol using bridge, Scalability testing. 8

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5 Protocol synthesis: Protocol Synthesis, Synthesis methods, Interactive


synthesis algorithms, Automatic synthesis algorithm, Automatic synthesis of 8
SDL from MSC, Protocol re synthesis.

Note 1: Unit 3 and Unit 4 will have internal choice.


Note 2: Two assignments are evaluated for 5 marks: Assignment – 1 from units 1 and 2.
Assignment - 2 from units 3, 4 and 5.

Course Outcome :
CO1: Understand the requirements for internet engineering systems, specification in
designing protocol engineering systems, Protocol Conformance Testing.
CO2: Remember SDL Specifications, Verifications
CO3: Analyze SDL based performance testing of various protocols.
CO4: Design Test sequence generation methods by T, U, W, D algorithm.
CO5: Evaluate different conformance Architecture.

COs Mapping with POs


CO1 PO1,PO 2, PO3 ,PO5
CO2 PO2,
CO3 PO2, PO4,
CO4 PO2, PO5
CO5 PO2,PO9

TEXT BOOKS:
1. Communication Protocol Engineering– P. Venkatarm and S. S. Manvi, PHI, 2014

REFERENCE BOOKS/WEBLINKS:
1. The Internet and its protocols – Adrian Farrel, Elsevier, 2006.

2. TCP/IP Protocol Suite – B A Forouzan, TMH, 2006


3. http://www.vtuforum.com/Thread-M-Tech-Protocol-Engineering-Stuffs-for-Download

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BOS June 2016

Sub. Title : REAL TIME OPERATING SYSTEM


Sub. Code: TEE02 No. of Credits:4=4:0:0 No. of lecture hours/week : 4
(L:T:P)
Exam Duration : 3 hours CIE +Assignment + SEE = Total No. of Contact Hours : 52
45 + 5 + 50 =100

Course Objectives :
1. To learn the classification of real time systems.
2. To study the different development methodologies of real time systems.
3.To analyze the real time systems and detect faults in the system.
4. To understand the concepts related to design analysis.
5. To understand the concepts related to fault detection and tolerance.

Syllabus Content
UNIT No No. of Hours

Definition and Classification of Real time systems: Concept of


computer control, sequence, loop and supervisor control, centralized,
1 hierarchical and distributed systems, Human Computer interface, 10
hardware requirement for real time applications, specialized
processors, interfaces, communications.
Real Time Operating Systems: Scheduling strategies, priority
structures, Task management, Real Time Clock Handler, Code 10
2
sharing, Resource Control, Inter task Communication and Control,
Example of Creating and RTOS based on modula 2 kernel.
Introduction to Design of Real Time Systems, Specification,
Preliminary Design, multitasking Approach, monitors, Rendezvous.
3 Development Methodologies: Yourdon Methodology, Ward and 11
Mellor method – Essential model andBehavioural model, Hatley and
Pirbhai method.
Design analysis: Introduction, Petrinets, Analysis of Petri Nets,
Scheduling, general approaches to scheduling problem, on-line
4 scheduling, pre-run-time scheduling, scheduling-including task 10
synchronization

Fault detection and tolerance: Introduction, fault tolerance in 11


mixed hardware- software system, fault detection measures, fault
5.
detection mechanisms, damage containment and assessment,
provision of fault tolerance.
Note 1: Unit 3 and Unit 5 will have internal choice.

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Note 2: Two assignments are evaluated for 5 marks: Assignment – 1 from units 1 and 2.
Assignment - 2 from units 3, 4 and 5.

Course Outcome :
CO1: Understand classification of real time systems.
CO2: Analyse the different development methodologies of real time systems.
CO3: Evaluate design of RTS, development methodologies.
CO4: Analyze the RTS, and Evaluate lack synchronization.
CO5: Evaluate the fault in RTS designed and Understand the tolerance limits

COs Mapping with POs


CO1 PO1,PO2
CO2 PO1,PO2,PO5
CO3 PO1
CO4 PO1,PO2,PO8
CO5 PO1,PO2,PO10

TEXT BOOKS:
1. Real-time Computer Control ,Stuart Bennett,2nd edition, Pearson, 2010.
REFERENCE BOOKS :

1. Raj Kamal, Embedded systems, 2nd edition, Tata McGraw Hill, 2008.
2. Real time systems, Jane. W. S. Liu, Pearson education, 2005.

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BOS June 2016

Sub. Title : DSP ARCHITECTURE AND APPLICATIONS

Sub. Code: TEE03 No. of Credits : 4=4:0:0 (L-T-P) No. of lecture


hours/week : 4
Exam Duration : 3 hours CIE +Assignment + SEE = Total No. of Contact
45 + 5 + 50 =100 Hours : 52

Course Objectives:
1. To learn the architecture features, computational blocks, bus architecture, addressing
capability of DSP processors.
2. To learn the external interfacing features of DSP processors,
3. To learn the architecture and instruction set of TMS32OC54xx.
4. To learn EDA tool, assembler directives and CCS for TMS32OC54xx.
5. Ability to write an ALP for a DSP algorithms and implement the same.

Unit No. Syllabus Content No. of


hrs.
1. INTRODUCTION TO DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING: 10
Introduction, A Digital Signal-Processing System, The Sampling Process,
Discrete Time Sequences, Discrete Fourier Transform (DFT) and Fast
Fourier Transform (FFT), Linear Time-Invariant Systems, Digital Filters,
Decimation and Interpolation.
ARCHITECTURES FOR PROGRAMMABLE DIGITAL
SIGNALPROCESSORS:
Introduction, Basic Architectural Features, DSP Computational Building
Blocks, Bus Architecture and Memory, Data Addressing Capabilities,
Address Generation Unit, Programmability and Program Execution,
Features for External Interfacing.
2. PROGRAMMABLE DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSORS: 12
Introduction, Commercial Digital Signal-processing Devices, Data
Addressing Modes of TMS32OC54xx., Memory Space of TMS32OC54xx
Processors, Program Control. Detail Study of TMS320C54X and 54xx
Instructions and Programming, On- Chip peripherals, Interrupts of
TMS32OC54XX Processors, Pipeline Operation of TMS32OC54xx
Processor. Introduction to TMS320C6713 Floating point DSP Processor.
3. IMPLEMENTATION OF BASIC DSP ALGORITHMS: Introduction, 12
The Q-notation, FIR Filters, IIR Filters, Interpolation and Decimation
Filters (one example in each case).
IMPLEMENTATION OF FFT ALGORITHMS: Introduction, An FFT
Algorithm for DFT Computation, Overflow and Scaling, Bit-Reversed
Index Generation and Implementation on the TMS32OC54xx.

4. INTERFACING MEMORY AND PARALLEL I/O PERIPHERALS 09

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TO DSP DEVICES: Introduction, Memory Space Organization, External


Bus Interfacing Signals. Memory Interface, Parallel I/O Interface,
Programmed I/O, Interrupts and I / O Direct Memory Access (DMA).
5. INTERFACING AND APPLICATIONS OF DSP PROCESSOR: 09
Introduction, Synchronous Serial Interface, A CODEC Interface Circuit.
DSP Based Bio-telemetry Receiver, A Speech Processing System, An
Image Processing System.

Note 1: Unit 3 and Unit 4 will have internal choice.


Note 2: Two assignments are evaluated for 5 marks: Assignment – 1 from units 1 and 2.
Assignment - 2 from units 3, 4 and 5.

Course Outcomes :

CO1: Understand Basic signal processing concepts.


CO2: Describe processor architecture using macro model.
CO3: Explain architecture and instruction set of fixed and floating point DSP processor.
CO4: Develop the DSP system by interfacing memory and peripheral devices.
CO5: Analyze the significance of DSP processor in real time application and develop application
specific solution.

COs Mapping with POs


CO1 PO1, PO2, PO3, PO4, PO5, PO8
CO2 PO1, PO2, PO3, PO4, PO5, PO8
CO3 PO1, PO2, PO3, PO4, PO5, PO8
CO4 PO2, PO3, PO4, PO5, PO8
CO5 PO2, PO3, PO4, PO5, PO8

TEXT BOOK:
1. Avatar Singh and S. Srinivasan, Thomson Learning “Digital Signal Processing”, 2004.

REFERENCE BOOKS:
1. Ifeachor E. C., Jervis B, “Digital Signal Processing: A practical approach”, W Pearson-
Education, PHI/ 2002.
2. B Venkataramani and M Bhaskar, “Digital Signal Processors”, TMH, 2nd, 2010.
3. Peter Pirsch ,“Architectures for Digital Signal Processing”, John Weily, 2008.

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BOS June 2016

Sub. Title : RADAR and RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION


Sub. Code:TEE04 No. of Credits : 4=4:0:0 (L-T-P) No. of lecture hours/week : 4
Exam Duration : 3 hours CIE +Assignment + SEE = Total No. of Contact Hours: 52
45 + 5 + 50 =100

Course Objectives :
1. To become familiar with fundamentals of RADAR.
2. To gain knowledge in depth knowledge about the different types of RADAR and their
operations
3. Understanding the signal detection in RADAR and various detection techniques.
4. To become familiar with RADAR navigation techniques.
5. To become familiar with satellite navigation and hybrid navigation.

Unit Syllabus No. of


No hours
1 Detection of Signals in Noise –Introduction – Matched –Filter Receiver – 10
Detection Criteria – Detectors –-Automatic Detector - Integrators - Constant-
False-Alarm Rate Receivers - The Radar operator - Signal Management -
Propagation Radar Waves - Atmospheric Refraction -Standard propagation -
Nonstandard Propagation - The Radar Antenna - Reflector Antennas -
Electronically Steered Phased Array Antennas - Phase Shifters - Frequency-Scan
Arrays
Radar Transmitters- Introduction –Linear Beam Power Tubes - Solid State RF
Power Sources - Magnetron - Crossed Field Amplifiers - Other RF Power
Sources - Other aspects of Radar Transmitter.
Radar Receivers - The Radar Receiver - Receiver noise Figure - Superheterodyne
Receiver - Duplexers and Receiver Protectors- Radar Displays.

2 DME and TACAN - Distance Measuring Equipment - Operation of DME - 12


TACAN - TACAN Equipment
Aids to Approach and Landing - Instrument Landing System - Ground Controlled
Approach System - Microwave Landing System(MLS)
Doppler Navigation - The Doppler Effect - Beam Configurations -Doppler
Frequency Equations - Track Stabilization - Doppler Spectrum - Components of
the Doppler Navigation System - Doppler range Equation - Accuracy of Doppler
Navigation Systems.

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3 Introduction - Introduction - Four methods of Navigation . 10


Radio Direction Finding - The Loop Antenna - Loop Input Circuits - An Aural
Null Direction Finder - TheGoniometer - Errors in Direction Finding - Adcock
Direction Finders - Direction Finding at Very High Frequencies - Automatic
Direction Finders - The Commutated Aerial Direction Finder - Range and
Accuracy of Direction Finders
Radio Ranges - The LF/MF Four course Radio Range - VHF Omni Directional
Range(VOR) - VOR Receiving Equipment - Range and Accuracy of VOR -
Recent Developments.

4 Hyperbolic Systems of Navigation (Loran and Decca) - Loran-A - Loran-A 10


Equipment - Range and precision of Standard Loran - Loran-C - The Decca
Navigation System - Decca Receivers - Range and Accuracy of Decca - The
Omega System
5 SATELLITE NAVIGATION AND HYBRID NAVIGATION 10

SYSTEM Basics of Satellite Navigation, Introduction to Global Positioning


System., System

Description, Basic principles, position, velocity determination, Signal


structureDGPS, Integration of GPS and INS

Note 1: Unit 3 and Unit 4 will have internal choice.


Note 2: Two assignments are evaluated for 5 marks: Assignment – 1 from units 1 and 2.
Assignment - 2 from units 3, 4 and 5.

Course Outcomes :
CO1: To remember fundamentals of RADAR
CO2: To understand about the different types of RADAR and their operations.
CO3: Analyze signals in RADAR and examine various detection techniques.
CO4: To Evaluate and check RADAR navigation techniques
CO5: To demonstrate satellite navigation and hybrid navigation.

COs Mapping with POs


CO1 PO1, PO2, PO3, PO4, PO5,PO
6,PO8
CO2 PO1, PO2, PO3, PO5, PO8
CO3 PO1, PO2, PO3, PO4, PO5, PO8
CO4 PO2, PO3, PO4, PO5, PO8
CO5 PO2, PO3, PO4, PO5, PO8,PO10

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Text Books :

1. “Introduction to Radar Systems”, M. I. Skolnik, Tata McGraw Hill 2006.

2. “Avionics Navigation Systems”, Myron Kyton and W. R. Fried John, Wiley and Sons, 2010

REFERENCES

1. “Elements of Electronic Navigation” , Nagaraja ,Tata McGraw Hill, 2nded, 2000.

2. "Principles of Avionics’, Avionics communications Inc", Albert Helfrick. D,.2004

3. “Radar design principles-Signal processing and environment”, Nathansan, 2/e, PHI, 2007.

4. "GPS Theory and Practice”, Hofmann-Wellenhof, Hlichlinegger and J.Collins, “5/e


Springer International Edition

5. “Radar foundations for Imaging and advanced concepts”, Roger J.Sullivan, PHI, 2004.

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