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Syllabus

(Second Year Semester III and IV)

From

Academic Year 2019 – 20

(KJSCE 2018 CBGS Pattern)

Approved by Academic Council 18/05/2019

SY B. Tech / EXTC / Revision 2.0

(Autonomous College Affiliated to University of Mumbai)

K. J. Somaiya College of Engineering, Mumbai -77

(Autonomous College Affiliated to University of Mumbai)

Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering

It is notified for information of all concerned that the Board of Studies at its meeting held on

22/04/2019 and the subsequent meeting of the Academic Council held on 18/05/2019 amended

the syllabus of SY B. Tech EXTC and same be brought in to force from Academic Year 2019-20

with immediate effect.

HOD EXTC

K. J. Somaiya College of Engineering, Mumbai -77

(Autonomous College Affiliated to University of Mumbai)

Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering

Preamble:

The department of Electronics and Telecommunication (EXTC) was established in 1996.

Since its commencement, the primary objective of the department has been to impart quality

education, training and research at both undergraduate and postgraduate level. The department

focuses on various areas of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering with broad

emphasis on design aspects of electronic and communication systems. The National Board of

Accreditation has accredited the department for six years (2009-2012 and 2012-2015). The

college also received NAAC accreditation in May 2017 with grade “A” in tier I.

EXTC department has all the laboratories with modern equipment. More than 450

students are seeking professional education in the department under the supervision and guidance

of all faculty and staff members. The UGC conferred autonomy status to college in 2013 and

subsequently the college introduced its first autonomous syllabus, KJSCE 2014 from academic

year 2014. The department has always been on a high growth path and has experienced and

dedicated faculty members with a strong commitment to engineering education. The major areas

of faculty expertise include Basic Electronics, Communication Systems, Computer Networks,

Control Systems, Digital Signal Processing, Image Processing, Computer Vision,

Instrumentation, Signal Processing, RF & Microwaves and VLSI Systems. The department

focuses on preparing its students to meet new business challenges thus making them aware of the

recent advances in the technological field. This is achieved by emphasizing on:

A Strong technical training mechanisms

Skill enhancement in design, development, analysis and testing of microelectronic

circuits and communication systems

Latest trends in simulation and their practices

Advanced digital design and VLSI

Contemporary human resource management and development

To keep pace with the current technological trends the department improvised the KJSCE

2014 syllabus and second version, KJSCE 2018 is implemented from the academic year 2018-

19. The highlights of the KJSCE 2018 scheme are

Coverage of fundamental professional core courses from all thrust areas of department

with special emphasis on GATE preparation

All theory courses supported by tutorials / laboratory and special lab courses for

programming skills

Introduction to courses that are common with Electronics department

Equal weightage given to continuous in-semester assessment and end semester

examination

The courses offered by the department are well known for its applied nature including a

strong laboratory component and considerable project work. It is designed for students who wish

to become professional engineers in the field of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering

thereby finding solutions to practical problems in real world. With this aim the SY syllabus has

been designed to cover the basic courses as required in electronics and communication field.

Special attention has been given to utilization of workshop and laboratories by students for the

extensive project work which is an additional feature of the program. Thus, with proper syllabus

formulation, we intent to achieve the program objectives, ultimately leading to the attainment of

the mission and vision of the department.

HOD EXTC

K. J. Somaiya College of Engineering, Mumbai -77

(Autonomous College Affiliated to University of Mumbai)

Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering

Vision

To become center of excellence for creating competent engineers with evolving technical skills,

leadership qualities with human values to pursue excellence in professional field

Mission

Providing quality education to

Develop technical skills, soft skills and professional ethics to cater the needs of industry.

Promote research and creativity in Engineering and Technology.

Inculcate awareness towards societal needs and environmental issues.

A graduate of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering will

PEO1. Excel in professional career by adapting emerging technologies.

PEO2. Pursue higher education, research; address environmental issues with ethical practices.

PEO3. Solve real life problems in a team as a member or as a leader.

After successful completion of the program an Electronics and telecommunication Engineering

Graduate will be able to:

PO1. Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering

fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering

problems.

PO2. Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex

engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of

mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.

PO3. Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and

design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate

consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental

considerations.

PO4. Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research

methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of

the information to provide valid conclusions.

PO5. Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern

engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities

with an understanding of the limitations.

PO6. The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess

societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to

the professional engineering practice.

PO7. Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering

solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need

for sustainable development.

PO8. Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and

norms of the engineering practice.

PO9. Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader

in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.

PO10. Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the

engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write

effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and

receive clear instructions.

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K. J. Somaiya College of Engineering, Mumbai -77

(Autonomous College Affiliated to University of Mumbai)

Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering

PO11. Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the

engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and

leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.

PO12. Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in

independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

PSO1: Pursue higher studies in the field of Signal processing, Networking and VLSI.

PSO2: Update Knowledge and Industrial Skills through Training and Internship.

K. J. Somaiya College of Engineering, Mumbai -77

(Autonomous College Affiliated to University of Mumbai)

Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering

Acronym Definition Acronym Definition

BS Basic Science Courses CA Continuous Assessment

ES Engineering Science ESE End Semester Exam

HS Humanities and Social Sciences IA Internal Assessment

including Management Courses

PC Professional Core Courses O Oral

PE Professional Elective courses P Practical

OE Open Elective Courses P&O Practical and Oral

LC Laboratory Courses TH Theory

PR Project TUT Tutorial

AC Audit Course TW Term work

AOCC Add on Credit Course T–1 Test – 1

AOAC Add on Audit Course T–2 Test – 2

AVAC Add on Value Audit Course CO Course Outcome

EX Exposure Course PO Program Outcome

I Interdisciplinary courses PSO Program specific Outcome

Acronym Definition

Serially as per code

2 Second revision after autonomy KJSCE 2018

(First revision KJSCE 2014)

U Undergraduate

T Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering

C Core Course

L Laboratory Course

W Workshop

T Tutorial

X Exposure Course

A Audit Course

S Common to all

3 3- Semester 3 / 4- Semester 4

01 Course No.

K. J. Somaiya College of Engineering, Mumbai -77

(Autonomous College Affiliated to University of Mumbai)

Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering

Semester III

Credit Scheme

Course Course Name Teaching Total Credits Total Course

Code Scheme (Hrs.) (Hrs.) Assigned Credits Category

TH – P – TUT TH – P – TUT

2UTC301 Mathematics for Communication BS

3–0–1 04 3–0–1 04

Engineering – I

2UTC302 Basic Electronic Circuits$ 3–0–0 03 3–0–0 03 PC

2UTC303 Digital Logic Design$ 3–0–0 03 3– 0–0 03 PC

2UTC304 Microprocessor and PC

Microcontroller 3–0–0 03 3– 0–0 03

2UTL301 Data Structures and Analysis of PC

1– 2 – 0 03 0 – 2– 0 02

Algorithms Laboratory

2UTL302 Basic Electronic Circuits PC

0–2–0 02 0– 1 – 0 01

Laboratory

2UTL303 Digital Logic Design Laboratory 0–2–0 02 0– 1 – 0 01 PC

2UTL304 Microprocessor and PC

0 –2 – 0 02 0– 1 – 0 01

Microcontroller laboratory

Total 16 – 8 – 2 26 15 – 5 – 2 22

&

2USA3XX Audit Course 02 02 – – AC

$

Course common with Electronics Engineering (2UTX30X)

&

Completion of the course equivalent to 25 activity points

Examination Scheme

Course Course Name Examination Scheme

Code Marks

CA ESE TW O% P P&O# Total

T-1 T-2 IA

2UTC301 Mathematics for Communication

15 15 20 50 25 – – – 125

Engineering – I

2UTC302 Basic Electronic Circuits 15 15 20 50 -- -- -- -- 100

2UTC303 Digital Logic Design 15 15 20 50 -- -- -- -- 100

2UTC304 Microprocessor and

15 15 20 50 -- -- -- -- 100

Microcontroller

2UTC305 Electrical Networks 15 15 20 50 25 -- -- -- 125

2UTL301 Data Structures and Analysis of

Algorithms Laboratory -- -- -- -- 50* -- -- 25 75

-- -- -- -- 25 25 -- -- 50

Laboratory

2UTL303 Digital Logic Design Laboratory -- -- -- -- 25 -- -- 25 50

2UTL304 Microprocessor and

Microcontroller Laboratory -- -- -- -- 25 -- -- 25 50

2USA3XX Audit Course – – – -- – -- -- – -

% Oral examination based on laboratory experiments and entire syllabus,

# Practical and oral examination based entire syllabus

*Term work based on laboratory performance and average of tests

K. J. Somaiya College of Engineering, Mumbai -77

(Autonomous College Affiliated to University of Mumbai)

Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering

Semester IV

Credit Scheme

Course Course Name Teaching Total Credits Total Course

Code Scheme (Hrs.) (Hrs.) Assigned Credits Category

TH – P – TUT TH – P – TUT

2UTC401 Mathematics for Communication BS

3– 0 – 1 04 3–0–1 04

Engineering – II

2UTC402 Analog Electronics 3–0–0 03 3– 0– 0 03 PC

2UTC403 Communication Systems$ 3–0–0 03 3– 0– 0 03 PC

2UTC404 Signals and Systems 3– 0 – 0 03 3– 0– 0 03 PC

2UTC405 Electromagnetic Field Theory 3–0–1 04 3–0–1 04 PC

2UTL401 Hardware Description Language PC

1 –2 – 0 03 0–2–0 02

Laboratory

2UTL402 Analog Electronics Laboratory PC

0 –2 – 0 02 0–1–0 01

2UTL403 Communication Systems Laboratory 0 –2 – 0 02 0–1–0 01 PC

2UTL404 Signals and Systems Laboratory 0 –2 – 0 02 0–1–0 01 PC

Total 16 – 8 – 2 26 15 – 5– 2 22

&

2USA3XX Audit Course 02 02 – – AC

$

Course common with Electronics Engineering (2UTX30X)

&

Completion of the course equivalent to 25 activity points

Examination Scheme

Course Course Name Examination Scheme

Code Marks

CA ESE TW O% P P&O# Total

T-1 T-2 IA

2UTC401 Mathematics for Communication

Engineering – II 15 15 20 50 25 – – – 125

2UTC402 Analog Electronics 15 15 20 50 -- -- -- -- 100

2UTC403 Communication Systems

15 15 20 50 -- -- -- -- 100

2UTC404 Signals and Systems

15 15 20 50 -- -- -- -- 100

2UTC405 Electromagnetic Field Theory 15 15 20 50 25 -- -- -- 125

2UTL401 Hardware Description Language

Laboratory -- -- -- -- 50* -- -- 25 75

2UTL403 Communication Systems Laboratory -- -- -- -- 25 25 -- -- 50

2UTL404 Signals and Systems Laboratory

-- -- -- -- 25 25 -- -- 50

Total 75 75 100 250 150 50 -- 50 775

2USA4XX Audit Course – – –-- -- – -- -- – -

% Oral examination based on laboratory experiments and entire syllabus,

# Practical and oral examination based entire syllabus

*Term work based on laboratory performance and average of tests

K. J. Somaiya College of Engineering, Mumbai -77

(Autonomous College Affiliated to University of Mumbai)

Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering

Semester III

K. J. Somaiya College of Engineering, Mumbai -77

(Autonomous College Affiliated to University of Mumbai)

Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering

2UTC301 Mathematics for Communication Engineering – I

TH P TUT Total

Teaching

03 -- 01 04

Scheme(Hrs.)

Credits Assigned 03 -- 01 04

Marks

Examination CA

Scheme ESE TW O P P&O Total

T-1 T-2 IA

15 15 20 50 25 -- -- -- 125

Course Objectives

The objective of this course is to impart knowledge of Transform & Vector Calculus and

concepts of Fourier Series and Bessel functions and thereby aid the students to apply the

fundamental of mathematics necessary to formulate, solve and analyze Electronics and

telecommunication engineering problems in the areas related to Electrical Network analysis,

Communication Systems, Control systems, Signals and Systems & Electromagnetic Field

Theory.

Course Outcomes

At the end of successful completion of the course the student will be able to

CO1: Find Laplace Transform, Inverse Laplace Transform of function & Apply Laplace

Transform to solve Differential Equations.

CO2: Find Fourier Series representation for a periodic function.

CO3: Solve problems on recurrence relation of Bessel function.

CO4: Solve examples using operators grad, div & curl.

CO5: Solve examples to evaluate integrals using Green’s Theorem, Stokes’ Theorem &

Divergence Theorem.

K. J. Somaiya College of Engineering, Mumbai -77

(Autonomous College Affiliated to University of Mumbai)

Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering

No. No.

1 Laplace Transform 12 CO 1

1.1 Definition of Laplace Transform, Laplace Transform of

sin(at), cos(at), sinh(at), cosh(at), erf(t), Heavi-side unit

step, dirac-delta function, Laplace Transform of periodic

function

1.2 Properties of Laplace Transform @

Linearity, first shifting theorem, second shifting theorem,

multiplication by t , division by t , Laplace Transform of

derivatives and integrals, change of scale.

1.3 Inverse Laplace Transform: Partial fraction method,

convolution theorem @

1.4 Applications of Laplace Transform: Solution of ordinary

differential equations with constant coefficients.

2 Fourier Series 10 CO 2

2.1 Introduction: Definition, Dirichlet’s conditions, Euler’s

formulae

2.2 Fourier Series of Functions: Exponential, trigonometric

functions, even and odd functions, half range sine and

cosine series

2.3 Complex form of Fourier series

3 Bessel Functions 6 CO 3

3.1 Bessel’s Differential Equation and Bessel function

3.2 Recurrence relation, Properties of Bessel function @.

4 Vector Differentiation 8 CO 4

4.1 Scalar and vector product of three and four vectors and

their properties.

4.2 Gradient of scalar point function, divergence and curl of

vector point function.

4.3 Solenoidal and irrotational vector fields.

#Self-Learning: Co-ordinate Systems and its conversion.

5 Vector Integration 9 CO 5

5.1 Vector Integral: Line integral, Properties of line integral,

Surface integral, Volume integrals.

5.2 Green’s theorem in a plane @

5.3 Gauss divergence theorem Stokes theorem @

related identities and deductions.

Total 45

@

Proofs of properties/ theorems are not expected

# Students should prepare self-learning topics on their own. Self – learning topics

will enable students to gain extended knowledge of the topic. Assessment of these

topics may be included in IA and or laboratory experiments.

K. J. Somaiya College of Engineering, Mumbai -77

(Autonomous College Affiliated to University of Mumbai)

Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering

Recommended Books:

No. Publisher with Year of

country Publication

1. B. S. Grewal Higher Engineering Khanna 43rd Edition

Mathematics Publications, 2014

India

2. Erwin Kreyszig Advanced Engineering Wiley Eastern 10th Edition

Mathematics Limited, India 2015

3. P.N.Wartikar & J. N. A Text Book of Applied Vidyarthi 6th Edition

Wartikar, Mathematic, Vol I & Vol II Griha 2012

Prakashan

4. B.V.Ramana Higher Engineering Tata McGraw- 1st Edition

Mathematics Hill Publishing 2007

Company

Limited, India

5. N.P.Bali, Dr.Manish A Textbook of Engineering Laxmi 9th Edition

Goyal. Mathematics. Publication, 2016

India

Term Work:

Term work will consist of Tutorials covering entire syllabus. Students will be graded

based on continuous assessment of their term work

K. J. Somaiya College of Engineering, Mumbai -77

(Autonomous College Affiliated to University of Mumbai)

Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering

2UTC302 Basic Electronic Circuits$

TH P TUT Total

Teaching

03 - – 03

Scheme(Hrs.)

–

Credits Assigned 03 - 03

Marks

Examination CA

Scheme ESE TW O P P&O Total

T–1 T–2 IA

15 15 20 50 - - – – 100

$- Course common with Electronics Engineering (2UXC302)

Course prerequisites:

● Elements of Electrical and Electronics Engineering

● Semiconductor physics

Course Objectives

The objective of the course is to impart fundamental knowledge and applications of

semiconductor devices like P-N junction diode, BJT and FET. This course aims to build a

foundation for DC analysis, biasing circuits of BJT, FET and small signal analysis of mid

frequency range amplifiers using hybrid π model.

Course Outcomes

At the end of successful completion of the course the student will be able to

CO1. Analyze and design diode circuits.

CO2. Analyze the transistor circuits for DC operation.

CO3. Understand working of transistor as an amplifier.

CO4. Analyze transistor amplifier for small signal operation for mid frequency range.

K. J. Somaiya College of Engineering, Mumbai -77

(Autonomous College Affiliated to University of Mumbai)

Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering

No. No.

1 Diode Applications 07 CO 1

1.1 Review of p-n junction diode characteristic and current

_voltage relationship

1.2 Voltage transfer characteristics, series and shunt clipper, single

diode series and shunt clamper

1.3 Zener diode voltage regulator and performance parameters of

voltage regulator

2 Bipolar Junction Transistor (BJT) 09 CO 2

2.1 Review of BJT characteristics, regions of operation, DC load

line, early effect and thermal runaway

2.2 Analysis and design of Fixed bias, voltage divider bias and

Collector to base bias, bias stabilization for fixed bias and

voltage divider bias, Stability factors: S(ICO), S(VBE), S(β)

2.3 BJT as a switch and amplifier

#Self-learning topic: bias stabilization for collector to base

bias - S(ICO), S(VBE), S(β)

3 Field Effect Transistors (FET) 09 CO 2

3.1 JFET Construction, working, regions of operation, transfer and

output characteristics, DC load line and Shockley equation

3.2 Analysis and design of fixed bias, self-bias and voltage divider

bias of JFET

3.3 MOSFET: Structure, working, characteristics and DC load line

3.4 Analysis and design of biasing circuits of MOSFET

3.5 MOSFET configurations

3.6 MOSFET as a switch and amplifier

4 BJT Amplifiers CO 3

12

CO 4

4.1 Understanding of concept of amplification with reference to

input/output characteristics

4.2 Small signal mid-frequency equivalent circuit - hybrid-pi

model

4.2 Small signal mid-frequency analysis of CE, CB and CC

amplifier using hybrid-pi model

5 FET Amplifiers CO3

08

CO 4

5.1 Understanding of concept of amplification with reference to

input/output characteristics of JFET

5.1 Small signal mid-frequency equivalent circuit and analysis of

JFET CS amplifier using hybrid-pi model

5.2 Small signal equivalent circuit and analysis of E-MOSFET

CS, CG, CD amplifier using hybrid-pi model

Total 45

K. J. Somaiya College of Engineering, Mumbai -77

(Autonomous College Affiliated to University of Mumbai)

Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering

# Students should prepare self-learning topics on their own. Self – learning topics will enable

students to gain extended knowledge of the topic. Assessment of these topics may be included in IA

and or laboratory experiments.

Recommended Books:

No. Publisher with Year of

country Publication

1. D. A. Neamen Electronic Circuit Analysis McGraw Hill 3rd Edition

and Design Education, 2014

India

2. Boylestad and Electronic Devices and Pearson 10th Edition

Nashelesky Circuits Theory Education, 2009

India

3. Thomas L. Floyd Electronic Devices Prentice Hall 10th Edition

(Pearson) 2016

K. J. Somaiya College of Engineering, Mumbai -77

(Autonomous College Affiliated to University of Mumbai)

Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering

2UTC303 Digital Logic Design$

TH P TUT Total

Teaching

03 – - 03

Scheme(Hrs.)

Credits Assigned 03 – - 03

Marks

Examination CA

Scheme ESE TW O P P&O Total

T–1 T–2 IA

15 15 20 50 - – – – 100

$- Course common with Electronics Engineering (2UXC303)

Course Objectives

Digital systems have a prominent role in everyday life. To understand the operation of digital

systems, it is necessary to have a basic knowledge of digital circuits and their logical

functions. The objective of this course is to familiarize the student with fundamental

principles of digital design. It provides coverage of classical hardware design for both

combinational and sequential logic circuits.

Course Outcomes

At the end of successful completion of the course the student will be able to

CO1. Understand fundamentals of number systems and logic gates used in digital system.

CO2. Represent combinational logic, minimize using different techniques.

CO3. Implement combinational logic circuits and their applications using various devices.

CO4. Design and implement sequential logic circuits and their applications.

CO5. Understand characteristics of different logic families and semiconductor memories.

K. J. Somaiya College of Engineering, Mumbai -77

(Autonomous College Affiliated to University of Mumbai)

Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering

No. No.

1 Fundamentals of digital design 8 CO 1

1.1 Number systems and codes: Introduction to digital

systems, binary ,octal, hexadecimal number systems,

signed and unsigned numbers

BCD code, Gray code, weighted and non-weighted

codes, self-complementary codes and Error detecting

code

1.2 Binary arithmetic-Addition, subtraction using 1’s and

2’s complement, multiplication, division and BCD

arithmetic

1.3 Logic Gates: Review of Basic logic Gates, universal

gates, Minimization of logical expression using Boolean

functions

#Self learning :fixed and floating point representation

2 Combinational Logic Circuits 13

2.1 Combinational logic representation using truth table,

and standard SOP,POS form CO2

2.2 Minimization techniques: Use of Boolean theorem, K-

map up to five variables, Quine-McClusky method, CO2

realization using standard and universal gates

2.3 Arithmetic circuits: Adder, subtractor, controlled adder/ CO2

subtractor, BCD adder

2.4 Multiplexer, de-multiplexer, decoder, encoder,

comparator,multiplexer tree and decoder tree. CO3

Boolean functions implementation using above devices.

2.5 Programmable logic devices: Introduction, realization

of logic expressions with PROM , PLA and PAL CO3

# Self-learning :priority encoder, 7 segment decoder

3 Sequential Logic Circuits 9

3.1 Flip flops (FF) : SR, JK, T, D and master slave flip

flops, , Truth table and excitation table , characteristics

equation, conversion of flip flops

3.2 Counter : Asynchronous and synchronous counter, mod

counters , Timing diagram CO4

3.3 Shift registers: shift left and shift right Registers, bi-

directional shift register, applications, ring counter,

Johnson counter

# Self-learning: Designing with MSI devices (ICs 7490,

7492, 74163,74194 etc.)

4 Finite state Machines 11

4.1 Finite state machines: Moore and Mealy machine,

block diagram, state diagram, analysis of clocked

synchronous state machine

4.2 Synchronous state machine design: P.S –N.S. table, CO4

state reduction using implication chart method, state

assignments, design using flip flops, up/down counter,

skipping state counter, sequence detector and simple

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(Autonomous College Affiliated to University of Mumbai)

Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering

Module Unit Details Hrs. CO

No. No.

FSM design problems

5 Logic Families and Semiconductor Memories 4 CO5

5.1 Logic Families: Introduction to logic families,

characteristics of digital ICs, transfer characteristics and

comparison of TTL and CMOS

5.2 Semiconductor Memories :SRAM, DRAM, ROM :

construction and operations of basic memory cell.

Total 45

# Students should prepare all self-learning topics on their own. Self – learning topics will

enable students to gain extended knowledge of the topic. Assessment of these topics may be

included in IA and or laboratory experiments.

Recommended Books:

No. Publisher with Year of

country Publication

1. Morris Mano and Digital Design: With an Pearson 5th Edition

Michael D. Ciletti Introduction to Verilog Education, 2013

HDL India

2. A.P. Malvino and Digital Principles and McGraw-Hill 10th Edition

D.P.Leach Applications Education 2015

3. R.P.Jain Modern Digital Tata McGraw 4th Edition

Electronics Hill Education, 2015

India

4. John M Yarbrough Digital logic : Thomson India Edition

Applications and design Brooks/ Cole, 2006

India

K. J. Somaiya College of Engineering, Mumbai -77

(Autonomous College Affiliated to University of Mumbai)

Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering

2UTC304 Microprocessor and Microcontroller

TH P TUT Total

Teaching

03 -- -- 03

Scheme(Hrs.)

Credits Assigned 03 -- -- 03

Marks

Examination CA

Scheme ESE TW O P P&O Total

T-1 T-2 IA

15 15 20 50 -- -- -- 100

Course prerequisites:

● Fundamentals of digital systems

Course Objectives

Microprocessors and microcontrollers are the integral part of any embedded systems. The

course will enable students to learn basic programming of Microprocessor, Microcontroller

and essential fundamentals for interfacing different peripheral devices to develop applications.

Course Outcomes

At the end of successful completion of the course the student will be able to

CO1. Understand architecture of 8086 and 8051

CO2. Write assembly language program for microprocessor and microcontroller

CO3. Interface peripherals like ADC, DAC, Sensors etc. with microcontroller

CO4. Develop various applications using microcontroller

K. J. Somaiya College of Engineering, Mumbai -77

(Autonomous College Affiliated to University of Mumbai)

Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering

No. No.

1 Architecture of 8086 07 CO 1

1.1 Evolution of microprocessors and microcontrollers

1.2 Architecture, organization and pin configuration of 8086

1.3 Minimum and Maximum mode

1.4 Read and Write bus cycle

1.5 Interrupt structure, maskable, non- maskable, hardware and

software interrupts

2 Instruction set and programming of 8086 08 CO 2

2.1 Opcode, operands, instruction word bytes, instruction

cycle, fetch operation, execute operation and machine cycle

2.2 Addressing modes: Register, direct, register indirect,

immediate, based, indexed, based indexed, based indexed

and displacement

2.3 Classification and description of instructions

2.4 Programming and debugging of assembly language

program

3 8051 Microcontroller 10

CO 1,

CO 2

3.1 Overview, features and memory organization

3.2 Architecture, Pin diagram, addressing modes and assembler

directive

3.3 Instruction set: Arithmetic, logical data transfer,

branching and Boolean

3.4 Assembly language programming

#Self-learning topic: Programs using subroutine

4 Timers, Serial Communication and Interrupts 10 CO 1

4.1 Timers in 8051, timer modes and programming in assembly

language

4.2 Basics of serial communication, 8051 connection to RS232,

serial data transfer mode and serial port programming in

assembly language

4.3 Interrupt structure in 8051, programming timer, external

hardware and serial communication interrupts

5 8051 peripheral interfacing 10

CO 3,

CO 4

5.1 Interfacing of ADC with 8051

5.2 Interfacing of DAC with 8051

5.3 Interfacing of LCD with 8051

5.4 Interfacing of Keyboard with 8051

5.5 Memory Interfacing

#Self-learning topic: Interfacing of Bluetooth module and

different Sensors

Total 45

K. J. Somaiya College of Engineering, Mumbai -77

(Autonomous College Affiliated to University of Mumbai)

Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering

# Students should prepare all self-learning topics on their own. Self-learning topics will enable

students to gain extended knowledge of the topic. Assessment of these topics may be included in

IA and or laboratory experiments.

Recommended Books:

No. Publisher with Year of

country Publication

1. Kenneth J. Ayala The 8086 Microprocessor: CENGAGE 3rd

Programming & Learning, India Edition,2008

Interfacing The PC

2. Douglas V Hall Microprocessors and TATA 2nd Edition,

Interfacing McGRAW 2007

HILL, India

3. Muhammad Ali The 8051 Microcontroller PEARSON, 2nd Edition,

Mazidi and Embedded Systems India 2008

Janice Gillispie

Mazidi

Rolin D. McKinlay

4. Kenneth J. Ayala The 8051 Microcontroller CENGAGE 3rd Edition,

Learning 2004

K. J. Somaiya College of Engineering, Mumbai -77

(Autonomous College Affiliated to University of Mumbai)

Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering

2UTC305 Electrical Networks$

TH P TUT Total

Teaching

03 – 01 04

Scheme(Hrs.)

Credits Assigned 03 – 01 04

Marks

Examination CA

Scheme ESE TW O P P&O Total

T–1 T–2 IA

15 15 20 50 25 – – – – – – 125

$- Course common with Electronics Engineering (2UXC305)

Course prerequisites:

1. Elements of Electrical and Electronics Engineering (1UHC107)

2. Partial fraction expansion, matrices, Laplace transforms and differential equations. (AM –I, II and III)

Course Objectives

Electrical Networks find its applications in various allied disciplines of Electronics Engineering and

Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering. This course will help the students to learn the

fundamental concepts of mesh and nodal analysis, network theorems and functions, transient

analysis, two port analysis and synthesis of realizable circuits from transfer functions.

Course Outcomes

At the end of successful completion of the course the student will be able to

CO1: Analyze DC and AC circuits using mesh analysis, nodal analysis, network theorems and graph theory.

CO2: Analyze transient and steady state response in time and frequency domain.

CO3: Determine two port network parameters.

CO4: Synthesize realizable circuits from transfer functions.

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(Autonomous College Affiliated to University of Mumbai)

Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering

Module Unit Details Hrs. CO

No. No.

1 Solution methods for network excited by DC dependent

10 CO1

sources

1.1 Mesh and nodal analysis

1.2 Mesh and nodal analysis using graph theory

1.3 Network theorems: Superposition, Thevenin’s, Norton’s and

Maximum Power Transfer

#Self-Learning topic: Millman’s and Tellegan’s theorem.

2 Solution methods for network excited by single phase AC 07 CO1

Sources

2.1 Network theorems: Superposition, Thevenin’s, Norton’s

and Maximum Power Transfer

2.2 Coefficient of coupling and mesh analysis of mutually

coupled two loop networks

3 Transient response of R-L, R-C, R-L-C circuits

11 CO2

(Series and Parallel combination)

3.1 Test inputs for transient response: step, impulse and ramp

input

3.2 Initial conditions

3.3 Solution based on time domain analysis.

3.4 Solution based on Laplace transform

4 Two port networks (Z,Y.ABCD and Hybrid Parameters) 8 CO3

4.1 Driving point and transfer function

4.2 Concept of reciprocity and symmetry

4.3 Two port network parameters and their interrelation

4.4 Interconnection of two port networks

#Self-Learning topic: Inverse transmission and Inverse Hybrid

Parameters.

5 Network functions and Synthesis 9 CO4

5.1 Poles and Zeros of network functions and their significance

5.2 Time domain response using pole zero plot

5.3 Hurwitz polynomial

5.4 Positive real functions

5.5 Properties of RL,RC and LC circuits

5.6 Synthesis of LC circuit using Foster I and II, Cauer I and II

Total 45

# Students should prepare all self-learning topics on their own. Self-learning topics will

enable students to gain extended knowledge of the topic. Assessment of these topics may be

included in IA.

K. J. Somaiya College of Engineering, Mumbai -77

(Autonomous College Affiliated to University of Mumbai)

Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering

Recommended Books:

Sr. Name/s of Author/s Title of Book Name of Publisher Edition and

No. with country Year of

Publication

1. M E Van Valkenburg “Network Analysis” Pearson Publishers. 3rd Edition

2008

2. D. Roy Choudhury Networks and Systems New Age 2nd Edition

International 2010

Publishers.

3. A. A. Sudhakar and Circuits and Networks McGraw Hill 4th Edition

Shyammohan. S. Education 2010

Palli (India) Private

Limited.

4. C. K. Alexander and Electric Circuits McGraw Hill 5th Edition

M. N. O. Sadiku Education 2013

(India) Private

Limited.

5. Nilsson Riedel Electric Circuits Pearson Education 11th Edition

India. 2018

Term-Work:

Term work will consist of Tutorials covering entire syllabus. Students will be graded based

on continuous assessment of their term work.

K. J. Somaiya College of Engineering, Mumbai -77

(Autonomous College Affiliated to University of Mumbai)

Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering

Course Code Course Title

2UTL301 Data Structures and Analysis of Algorithms Laboratory

Theory Practical Tutorial Total

Teaching Scheme 01 02 -- 03

Credits Assigned - 02 -- 02

Theory Marks

Term

Examination Continuous Assessment End Sem. Oral Total

Work

Scheme Test 1 Test 2 IA Exam

- - - 50* 25 75

**Term work based on laboratory performance and average of tests

Course Objectives: The data structure and analysis of algorithm provide a set of techniques

to the programmer for handling the data efficiently. The objective of the course is to design,

write, and analyze the performance of C programs that handle structured data and perform

more complex tasks. Course also introduces the concept of data representation & manipulation

with a view for efficiency, maintainability, and code-reuse.

Course Outcome

After successful completion of the course, students will be able to

CO1: Understand, implement, and compare fundamental data structures

CO2: Understand and analyze the time and space complexity of an algorithm

CO3: Understand and implement data structure operations and fundamental algorithms

CO4: Implement data structure algorithms using C programming language

K. J. Somaiya College of Engineering, Mumbai -77

(Autonomous College Affiliated to University of Mumbai)

Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering

No. No

1. 0 Introduction 2(T),

1.1 Basic Data Structures: Data Structures, Types of Data Structures, 6(P) CO 1

Abstract data type (ADT), Data Structures in C

1.2 Analysis of Algorithms: Rates of Growth: O(n), Ω(n), Θ(n), o(n), CO 2

ω(n), Time Complexity, Space Complexity

2.0 Linear Data Structures : Linked Lists 3(T), CO3,

2.1 Linked list as ADT, Memory allocation & De-allocation for a 6(P) CO4

Linked List, Linked List operations, Types of Linked List

2.2 Implementation of Singly Linked List, Circular linked list, doubly

linked list

3.0 Linear Data Structures : Stack and Queue 2(T), CO3,

3.1 Stack: The Stack as an ADT, Stack operations, Array Representation 6(P) CO4

of Stack, Linked Representation of Stack.

3.2 Queue: The Queue as an ADT, Queue operation, Array

Representation of Queue, Linked Representation of Queue, and

Circular Queue.

4.0 Non-linear Data Structures 3(T), CO3,

4.1 Tree :Basic trees concept, Binary tree representation, Binary tree 6(P) CO4

operations, Binary tree traversal, Binary search tree

implementation, AVL tree.

4.2 Graph: Basic concepts, Graph Representation, Graph traversal-

Depth First Search & Breadth First Search.

5.0 Search and sort 5(T), CO2,

5.1 Sorting: Sort Concept, Bubble Sort, Insertion Sort, Merge Sort, 6(P) CO3,

Heapsort CO4

5.2 Searching: Linear Index Search, Binary Search

Total 15

(T),

30 (P)

Term work shall consist of experiments and tests covering entire syllabus. Students

will be graded based on continuous assessment of their term work.

Practical and oral examination will be based on laboratory experiments and entire

syllabus.

K. J. Somaiya College of Engineering, Mumbai -77

(Autonomous College Affiliated to University of Mumbai)

Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering

Recommended Books:

No. Publisher with Year of

country Publication

Augenstein J Moshe, USING C AND C++ 2009

Tenenbaum M Aaron

Behrouz A. Forouzan Pseudocode Approach Learning 2004

with C

Sahni, and Susan structures in C Press 2008

Anderson-Freed

Algorithm

K. J. Somaiya College of Engineering, Mumbai -77

(Autonomous College Affiliated to University of Mumbai)

Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering

2UTL302 Basic Electronic Circuits Laboratory

TH P TUT Total

Teaching

-- 02 - 02

Scheme(Hrs.)

Credits Assigned -- 01 - 01

Marks

Examination CA

Scheme ESE TW O P P&O Total

T–1 T–2 IA

- - - - 25 25 – - 50

Term work will consist of experiments covering entire syllabus of ‘Basic Electronic

Circuits’ (2UTC302). Students will be graded based on continuous assessment of their term

work. Oral examination will be based on laboratory experiments and entire syllabus of

‘Basic Electronic Circuits’ (2UTC302).

K. J. Somaiya College of Engineering, Mumbai -77

(Autonomous College Affiliated to University of Mumbai)

Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering

2UTL303 Digital Logic Design Laboratory

TH P TUT Total

Teaching

-- 02 - 02

Scheme(Hrs.)

Credits Assigned -- 01 - 01

Marks

Examination CA

Scheme ESE TW O P P&O Total

T–1 T–2 IA

- - - - 25 – – 25 50

Term work will consist of experiments covering entire syllabus of ‘Digital Logic Design’

(2UTC303). Students will be graded based on continuous assessment of their term work.

Practical examination will be based on laboratory experiments and activities and oral

examination will be based on entire syllabus of ‘Digital Logic Design’ (2UTC303).

K. J. Somaiya College of Engineering, Mumbai -77

(Autonomous College Affiliated to University of Mumbai)

Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering

2UTL304 Microprocessor and Microcontroller Laboratory

TH P TUT Total

Teaching

– – 02 – – 02

Scheme(Hrs.)

Credits Assigned – – 01 – – 01

Marks

Examination CA

ESE TW O P P&O Total

Scheme T–1 T–2 IA

–

– – – – – – – – 25 25 50

–

Term work will consist of experiments covering entire syllabus of ‘Microprocessor and

Microcontroller’ (2UTC304) .Students will be graded based on continuous assessment of

their term work. Practical examination will be based on laboratory experiments and

activities and oral examination will be based on entire syllabus of ‘Microprocessor and

Microcontroller’ (2UTC304).

K. J. Somaiya College of Engineering, Mumbai -77

(Autonomous College Affiliated to University of Mumbai)

Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering

Semester IV

K. J. Somaiya College of Engineering, Mumbai -77

(Autonomous College Affiliated to University of Mumbai)

Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering

2UTC401 Mathematics for Communication Engineering– II

TH P TUT Total

Teaching

03 -- 01* 04

Scheme(Hrs.)

Credits Assigned 03 -- 01 04

Marks

Examination CA

Scheme ESE TW O P P&O Total

T-1 T-2 IA

15 15 20 50 25 -- -- -- 125

Course Objectives:

The objective of this course is to impart knowledge of Linear Algebra, Probability and

Statistics along with concepts of optimization techniques and thereby aid the students to apply

the fundamental of mathematics necessary to formulate, solve and analyze Electronics and

Telecommunications engineering problems in areas related to Digital Communication,

Data Analysis, Random signal analysis, Wireless Communication.

Course Outcomes:

At the end of successful completion of the course the student will be able to

CO1: Find Basis and dimension of a vector space, norm of a vector, Normalize a basis and

check properties of different types of spaces.

CO2: Evaluate integrals of complex variable function using residues and apply residue

concept to evaluate real integrals and Expand Taylor’s and Laurent’s series in different

ROC.

CO3: Solve examples of random variables, expectation, moments, Binomial, Poisson &

Normal Distribution and Find the correlation, regression for given bivariate data.

CO4: Optimize an objective function using various methods

K. J. Somaiya College of Engineering, Mumbai -77

(Autonomous College Affiliated to University of Mumbai)

Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering

No. No.

1 Linear algebra: Vector Spaces 7 CO 1

1.1 Vectors in n-dimensional vector space: Properties, dot

product, cross product, norm and distance properties in

n-dimensional vector space, Cauchy-Schwarz inequality

1.2 Vector spaces over real field, subspaces.

1.3 Basis and Dimension of Vector spaces

1.4 Inner products and Gram-Schmidt process

2 Complex Integration 12 CO 2

2.1 Definition of Analytic functions in Cartesian and Polar

Co-ordinates.

2.2 Line Integral, Cauchy’s Integral theorem for simply

connected regions, Cauchy’s Integral formula (without

proof).

2.3 Taylor’s and Laurent’s series (without proof).

2.4 Zeros, singularities, poles of f(z), residues, Cauchy’s

Residue theorem.

2.5 Applications of Residue theorem to evaluate real

Integrals of different types.

3 Probability and Statistics 16 CO3

3.1 Random Variables:- discrete, continuous, expectation,

variance, probability density function, cumulative

distribution function

3.2 Moments, Moment Generating Function

3.3 Probability Distribution: Binomial, Poisson & Normal

distribution.

3.4 Correlation, Co-variance, Karl Pearson Coefficient of

Correlation & Spearman’s Rank Correlation Coefficient.

3.5 Regression Coefficients & lines of regression

Self-learning: Bayes’s Theorem

4 Optimization Techniques 10 CO 4

4.1 Types of solution, Standard and Canonical form of LPP,

Basic and feasible solutions, simplex method. Artificial

variables, Big –M method (method of penalty).

4.2 Unconstrained optimization, problems of two or three

variables with one equality constraint using Lagrange’s

Multiplier method.

4.3 Problems of two or three variables with one inequality

constraint using Kuhn-Tucker conditions

Total 45

# Students should prepare all self-learning topics on their own. Self-learning topics will

enable students to gain extended knowledge of the topic. Assessment of these topics may be

included in IA.

K. J. Somaiya College of Engineering, Mumbai -77

(Autonomous College Affiliated to University of Mumbai)

Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering

Recommended Books:

No. Publisher with Year of

country Publication

1. B. S. Grewal Higher Engineering Khanna 43rd Edition

Mathematics Publications, 2014

India

2. Erwin Kreyszig Advanced Engineering Wiley Eastern 10th Edition

Mathematics Limited, India 2015

3. N.P.Bali, Dr.Manish A Textbook of Engineering Laxmi 9th Edition

Goyal. Mathematics. Publication, 2016

India

4. J.K.Sharma Operation Research: Laxmi 6th edition,

Theory &Applications Publication, 2017

India

5. K. B. Datta Matrix & Linear Algebra Prentice-Hall 3rd edition,

of India 2016

Pvt.Ltd

Term Work:

Term work will consist of tutorials covering entire syllabus. Students will be graded based

on continuous assessment of their term work

K. J. Somaiya College of Engineering, Mumbai -77

(Autonomous College Affiliated to University of Mumbai)

Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering

2UTC402 Analog Electronics

TH P TUT Total

Teaching

03 -- -- 03

Scheme(Hrs.)

Credits Assigned 03 -- -- 03

Marks

Examination CA

Scheme ESE TW O P P&O Total

T-1 T-2 IA

15 15 20 50 -- -- -- -- 100

Course prerequisites:

● Elements of Electrical and Electronics Engineering

● Basic Electronic Circuits

Course Objectives

The objective of this course is to explore analysis and design of Analog Electronic Circuits-

multistage amplifier, differential amplifier, operational amplifiers and power amplifiers.

Course Outcomes

At the end of successful completion of the course the student will be able to

CO1: Analyze the frequency response of BJT and FET amplifier.

CO2: Analyze biasing circuits of differential amplifier

CO3: Understand working and design of BJT power amplifiers

CO4: Explore oscillator circuits using operational amplifiers

K. J. Somaiya College of Engineering, Mumbai -77

(Autonomous College Affiliated to University of Mumbai)

Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering

Module Unit Details Hrs. CO

No. No.

1 Frequency Response of BJT and MOSFET Amplifiers 16 CO1

1.1 High frequency hybrid-pi model of BJT and MOSFET, Miller

effect and capacitance and gain bandwidth product

1.2 Effect of coupling, bypass and junction capacitors on frequency

response, low and high frequency response of single stage BJT -

CE, CB,CC and MOSFET - CS, CG,CD amplifiers

1.3 Mid-frequency analysis of multistage - CS-CS and Cascode CS-

CG amplifiers and Darlington pair, design of two stage

amplifiers

1.4 Low and high frequency response of multistage - CS-CS and

Cascode CS-CG amplifiers

2 Biasing Techniques for Integrated Circuits 06 CO2

2.1 BJT-MOSFET two and three transistor current sources

2.2 Wilson and Widlar current sources

3 Fundamentals of Operational Amplifier 09 CO2,

CO3

3.1 Differential Amplifiers: DC transfer characteristics, small

signal analysis, differential and common mode gain, input

impedance and CMRR

3.2 Characteristics of ideal and practical op-amp, open loop and

close loop configuration, inverting and non-inverting amplifier

3.3 Op-amp with negative feedback, block diagram representation

of feedback Configurations, Voltage-Series Feedback Amplifier

3.4 Adder and subtractor, Integrator, Differentiator

4 BJT Power amplifier 09 CO3

4.1 Amplifier Types, Series-Fed Class A, Transformer coupled

Class A amplifier, Class B, Class C and Class D

4.2 DC and AC analysis, Distortion and Heat Sink

4.3 Transformer coupled Class A and Class B power amplifiers,

Class AB amplifiers with diode biasing and VBE multiplier

biasing

5 Oscillator Circuits 05 CO4

5.1 Concept of positive feedback, conditions for oscillations and

Barkhausen Criteria for sustained oscillations

5.2 Hartley oscillator, Crystal oscillator, Phase shift oscillator, Wien

Bridge oscillator and Quadrature oscillator

Total 45

K. J. Somaiya College of Engineering, Mumbai -77

(Autonomous College Affiliated to University of Mumbai)

Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering

Recommended Books:

No. Publisher with Year of

country Publication

1. Donald A. Neamen Electronic Circuit Tata McGraw 3rd Edition

Analysis and Design Hill, Indian Eighteenth

Edition reprint 2014

Kenneth C. Smith, Theory Version, International

and Arun N and Applications OXFORD version 2013

Chandorkar International

Students,India

3. Robert Boylestad , Electronic Devices and Pearson 10th Edition

Louis Nashelsky Circuit Theory Education,Indi Eighth

a Impression

2015

4. Sergio Franco Design with Operational McGraw Hill 3rd Edition

Amplifiers and analog International, Third reprint

integrated circuits New Delhi, 2017

India edition,

2002.

Gayakwad Integrated Circuit Prentice Hall, Edition,2012

India

K. J. Somaiya College of Engineering, Mumbai -77

(Autonomous College Affiliated to University of Mumbai)

Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering

2UTC403 Communication Systems$

TH P TUT Total

Teaching

03 -- -- 03

Scheme(Hrs.)

Credits Assigned 03 -- -- 03

Marks

Examination CA

Scheme ESE TW O P P&O Total

T-1 T-2 IA

15 15 20 50 -- -- -- -- 100

Course common with Electronics Engineering (2UXC403)

Course prerequisites:

● Basic Electronics Circuits

● Applied Mathematics III

Course Objectives

The objective of the course is to introduce basic principles and techniques used in analog and

pulse communication systems. The course addresses various issues related to analog and pulse

communication systems such as modulation, demodulation, transmitter, receiver and noise

effect. The course also introduces analytical techniques to evaluate the performance of

communication systems in time and frequency domains.

Course Outcomes

At the end of successful completion of the course the student will be able to

CO1. Apply knowledge of circuits and devices to understand working of analog

communication transmitter and receiver systems

CO2. Analyze and compare different analog modulation schemes with respect to their

efficiency and bandwidth Learn Pulse Modulation systems and analyze their

performance

CO3. Analyze noise effect on the performance of Communication Systems

K. J. Somaiya College of Engineering, Mumbai -77

(Autonomous College Affiliated to University of Mumbai)

Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering

No. No.

1 Fundamentals of Electronic Communication Systems

1.1 Block diagram

1.2 Transmission media

1.3 Transmitter-receiver systems CO1,

4

1.4 Electromagnetic spectrum CO4

1.5 Concept of modulation and demodulation

1.6 Sources of noise, signal to noise ratio, noise figure and noise

temperature

2 Amplitude Modulation and Demodulation

2.1 AM Signal: Waveform, mathematical representation, spectrum,

modulation index, bandwidth, voltage distribution, power

2.2 DSB-FC system: Modulation, low level and high level modulator;

Demodulation, envelope detector, practical diode detector CO1,

2.3 DSB-SC system: Modulation, Balanced modulator, Ring modulator; 11 CO2,

Demodulation, Coherent Detector, Product detector CO4

2.4 SSB system: Modulation, Filter method, Phase shift method, Third

method; Pilot carrier SSB, Demodulation, Coherent detector, envelope

detector

2.5 AM Transmitter: DSB-FC, DSB-SC, SSB

3 Angle Modulation and Demodulation

3.1 Angle Modulation: Waveform, mathematical representation,

modulation index, frequency and phase deviation, frequency and phase

sensitivity, spectrum , bandwidth ; Narrow Band FM, Wide Band FM

3.2 FM system: Modulation, Direct methods – Varactor diode modulator,

CO1,

FET reactance modulator; Indirect method – Armstrong’s method;

14 CO2,

AFC; Noise triangle in FM; Pre-emphasis and de-emphasis; FM

CO4

transmitter

3.3 PM system: Modulation, Direct PM modulator using transistor, Indirect

PM modulator; Relationship and comparison between FM and PM

3.4 FM Demodulation: Foster-Seely discriminator, Ratio detector, FM

demodulator using PLL; Comparison between AM, FM and PM

4 Radio Receivers CO1,

4.1 Super-heterodyne receiver, receiver parameters 4 CO2,

4.2 Receivers: DSB-FC, DSB-SC, SSB-SC, FM CO4

5 Pulse Modulation and Demodulation

5.1 Sampling theorem for low pass signals

5.2 PAM, PWM and PPM systems: Modulation and demodulation, Their

Applications CO1,

5.3 PCM: Transmitter and receiver; noise considerations in PCM 12 CO3,

5.4 DM: Transmitter and receiver; noise considerations in DM; adaptive CO4

delta modulation

5.5 Multiplexing: Time Division Multiplexing, Frequency Division

Multiplexing

Total 45

K. J. Somaiya College of Engineering, Mumbai -77

(Autonomous College Affiliated to University of Mumbai)

Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering

Recommended Books:

No. Publisher with Year of

country Publication

Ding Analog Communication University Edition,2017

system Press

2. Herbert Taub, Principles of McGraw-Hill 4th

Donald Schilling , Communication Systems Electrical and Edition,2013

Goutam Saha Electronic

Engineering

Series

3. Wayne Tomasi Electronics Pearson 5th Edition

Communication Systems education ,2008

Systems Learning India. ,2006

K. J. Somaiya College of Engineering, Mumbai -77

(Autonomous College Affiliated to University of Mumbai)

Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering

Course Code Course Title

2UTC404 Signals and Systems

TH P TUT Total

Teaching

03 – – 03

Scheme(Hrs.)

Credits

03 – – 03

Assigned

Marks

Examination CA

Scheme T– ESE TW O P P&O Total

T–2 IA

1

15 15 20 50 - – – – 100

Course prerequisites:

● Mathematics for Communication Engineering – I

Course Objectives

The objective of the course is to introduce the elementary concepts of signals and systems

along with various tools in time and frequency domain methods for analysis. Furthermore, to

make the students familiar with random signals and illustrate fundamental difference between

deterministic and random counterparts.

Course Outcomes

At the end of successful completion of the course the student will be able to

CO1. Classify continuous and discrete time signals in time domain and perform basic

operations

CO2. Classify continuous and discrete time systems and analyze in time domain

CO3. Represent and interpret signals in frequency domain and demonstrate various properties

in relation to time domain counterpart

CO4. Analyze C.T. and D.T. systems in time and frequency domain using Laplace and Z

Transforms

CO5. Classify random & deterministic signals and illustrate concept of functions of random

variables.

K. J. Somaiya College of Engineering, Mumbai -77

(Autonomous College Affiliated to University of Mumbai)

Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering

Module Unit Details Hrs. CO

No. No.

1 Continuous Time (CT) and Discrete Time (DT) Signals 8 CO 1

1.1 Fundamentals of signals and systems, comparison between CT and DT

signals, harmonic signals, standard test signals and concept of sampling

1.2 Periodic, aperiodic, even and odd signals, energy and power of signals

1.3 Shifting, scaling, folding, addition and multiplication of signals,

Application examples of signals from communication and biomedical

field

2 Time Domain Analysis of Continuous Time and Discrete Time Systems 10 CO 2

2.1 Static, dynamic, time variant, time invariant, linear, nonlinear, causal,

non-causal, stable and unstable systems

2.2 Time domain analysis of CT LTI systems using differential equations

and convolution integral.

2.3 Time domain analysis of DT LTI systems using difference equation,

convolution sum

2.4 DT LTI system representation using Signal Flow Graph (SFG) and

realization

2.5 Application examples from communication, speech processing and

control systems

3 Signal Representation in Frequency Domain 14 CO 3

3.1 Concept of linear vector space, representation in terms of basis vectors

and concept of orthogonal basis

3.2 Fourier Domain Analysis: Signal representation for CT periodic, CT

aperiodic, DT aperiodic, DT periodic signals, Fourier properties,

magnitude and phase spectra

3.3 Z-transform of finite and infinite duration sequences with ROC,

properties of Z-Transform and inverse Z-Transform

3.4 Relationship between domains: Fourier and Laplace, Laplace and Z,

Fourier and Z, condition of existence

4 System Representation in Frequency Domain 8 CO 4

4.1 Concept of transfer functions and poles zero illustration for CT and DT

systems

4.2 Solution of natural and forced response of CT systems based on Laplace

and differential equations, stability analysis of CT systems

4.3 Solution of natural and forced response of DT systems based on

difference equations and Z transform, stability analysis of DT systems

5 Random Signals 5 CO 5

5.1 Comparison between deterministic and random signals, concept and

functions of Random Variables (RV), Types of RV- Continuous and

Discrete, significance of probability density function and cumulative

distribution function in signal analysis

5.2 Correlation and representation in frequency domain

Total 45

K. J. Somaiya College of Engineering, Mumbai -77

(Autonomous College Affiliated to University of Mumbai)

Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering

Recommended Books:

No. Publisher with Year of

country Publication

1. B.P. Lathi Principles of Linear Oxford Second

Systems and Signals University Edition, 2010

Press, India

2. Simon Haykin and Signals and Systems John Wiley and Second

Barry Van Veen Sons, New Edition, 2004

York

3. Alan V. Oppenhiem, Signals and Systems Prentice-Hall Second

Alan S. Willsky and of India Edition, 2002

S. Hamid Nawab

4. Michael J Roberts Fundamentals of Signals Tata McGraw Indian

and systems Hill, India Economy

edition, 2009

5. Papoulis and Pillai Probability, Random Tata McGraw Fourth edition,

Variables and Stochastic Hill, India 2002

Processes

K. J. Somaiya College of Engineering, Mumbai -77

(Autonomous College Affiliated to University of Mumbai)

Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering

Course Code Course Title

2UTC405 Electromagnetic Field Theory

TH P TUT* Total

Teaching

03 -- 01 04

Scheme(Hrs.)

Credits Assigned 03 -- 01 04

Marks

Examination CA

Scheme T– ESE TW O P P&O Total

T–2 IA

1

15 15 20 50 25 -- -- -- 125

Course prerequisites:

Differentiation Methods

Vector Algebra, Vector calculus

Basic laws of electricity

Course Objectives

Electromagnetics principles find applications in various allied disciplines of electronics and

telecommunication engineering. This course will help the students to learn basic concepts of

electromagnetics, related laws, wave equations and applications.

Course Outcomes

At the end of successful completion of the course the student will be able to

CO1. Apply basic laws of electrostatics in vector form to find electric fields in materials

CO2. Apply basic laws of magnetostatics in vector form to find magnetic forces in

materials

CO3. Evaluate parameters of dielectric and conducting media by solving wave equations and

study polarization of waves.

CO4. Calculate energy transported by means of electromagnetic waves and reflections of

plane waves

CO5. Apply concepts of electromagnetics to real life applications in communications

K. J. Somaiya College of Engineering, Mumbai -77

(Autonomous College Affiliated to University of Mumbai)

Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering

Module Unit Details Hrs. CO

No. No.

1 Electrostatics 10 CO 1

1.1 Electric Field: Coulomb’s law, electric field intensity, charge

distributions, electric flux density and Gauss’s law

1.2 Electric Potential: Relation between electric field and potential,

electric dipole, electric flux and energy density in electrostatic

fields

1.3 Electrostatic field in material: properties of materials, convection

and conduction currents, polarization in dielectrics and dielectric

constant.

1.4 Electrostatic boundary: Boundary conditions, Poisson’s and

Laplace’s equation, resistance and capacitance

2 Magnetostatics 10 CO 2

2.1 Magnetic Field: Biot – Savart’s law, Ampere’s circuit law, magnetic

flux density and magnetic field intensity.

2.2 Energy and Potential: Magnetic scalar and vector potential, energy

in magnetic field, magnetic circuits

2.3 Magnetic Force: Forces due to magnetic fields, Lorentz force

equation, magnetization in materials and magnetic dipole

2.4 Magnetic boundary: Magnetic boundary conditions, concept of

inductor and inductances

3 Maxwell’s equations 7 CO 3

3.1 Faraday’s law, transformer and motional EMF, displacement

current

3.2 Maxwell’s equations: Integral and differential form for static and

time varying fields and its interpretations, time varying potentials and

time harmonic fields

4 Electromagnetic Wave 10 CO 4

4.1 Wave propagation: Plane waves in free space, dielectrics and

good conductors, Helmholtz equation, properties of plane waves

and solution of wave equations,

4.2 Wave parameters: Intrinsic impedance, propagation constant, skin

depth and polarization of waves

4.3 Electromagnetic Power: Poynting Vector, applications, power flow

in plane wave, instantaneous, average and complex pointing vector.

4.4 Wave reflections: Reflection of plane waves at normal incidence

and at oblique incidence, perpendicular and parallel polarization

5 Applications 8 CO5

5.1 Applications of static fields: Deflection of charged particles,

electrostatic generator, magnetic deflection, cyclotron, Hall effect,

Ink-jet printer, CRO and electromagnetic pumps.

5.2 Applications of electromagnetic fields: Transmission lines,

waveguides, Antennas, electromagnetic interference and

compatibility. biological effects and safety

(only construction, working, field distributions and standards)

Total 45

K. J. Somaiya College of Engineering, Mumbai -77

(Autonomous College Affiliated to University of Mumbai)

Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering

Recommended Books:

No. Publisher with Year of

country Publication

1. William H. Hayt Engineering Tata McGraw- 7th Edition,

Electromagnetics Hill, India 2012

2. Matthew N. O. Principles of Oxford 6th Edition,

Sadiku, S.V.Kulkarni Electromagnetics university 2015

press, India

3. Bhag Guru and Electromagnetic Field Cambridge 2nd Edition,

Huseyin Hiziroglu Theory Fundamentals University 2005

Press, India

K. J. Somaiya College of Engineering, Mumbai -77

(Autonomous College Affiliated to University of Mumbai)

Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering

Course Code Course Title

2UTL401 Hardware Description Language Laboratory

TH P TUT Total

Teaching

01 02 -- 03

Scheme(Hrs.)

Credits Assigned -- 02 -- 02

Marks

Examination CA

Scheme ESE TW O P P&O Total

T-1 T-2 IA

- - - -- 50* -- -- 25 75

*Term work based on laboratory performance and average of tests

Course prerequisites:

Digital Logic Design

Course Objectives

VHDL (VHSIC Hardware Description Language) is a hardware description language used in

electronic design automation to describe digital and mixed-signal systems such as field-

programmable gate arrays and integrated circuits. The objective of this course is to introduce

to the students, Digital Logic design using VHDL and implementation using programmable

devices like CPLD and FPGA.

Course Outcomes

At the end of successful completion of the course the student will be able to

CO1: Describe combinational logic circuit using HDL.

CO2: Describe sequential logic circuit in HDL including finite state machines

CO3: Simulate HDL code.

CO4: Implement and verify of digital logic systems on an available CPLD/FPGA

CO5: Work as a team for mini project implementation

K. J. Somaiya College of Engineering, Mumbai -77

(Autonomous College Affiliated to University of Mumbai)

Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering

Module Unit

Details Hrs. CO

No. No.

1 Introduction to programmable logic Devices

Basic concept of programmable logic devices such as

1.1

PAL and PLA. 2(T)

CO4

Architecture of CPLD and FPGA. Comparison of CPLD 2(P)

1.2

and FPGA.

2 Introduction to VHDL

Introduction to VHDL, Digital signal representation in

2.1 3(T), CO1,

VHDL: Data Types. VHDL Description: Logic Gates.

2(P) CO3

2.2 Introduction to ISE, VHDL Test bench Generation

3 Combinational Circuits

VHDL Description of Combinational circuits:

3.1 Concurrent statements. With- select, when-else,

(priority) encoder, decoder, comparator, mux, de- mux. CO1,

Behavioral description of Combinatorial circuits: 2(T),

CO3,

3.2 6(P)

Asynchronous Processes. If- else, case, for-loop. CO4

Hierarchical design: port-map, package, for- generate, if-

3.3

generate. Examples: Adders, comparators, multipliers.

4 Sequential Circuits

Asynchronous processes: Latches Synchronous processes: CO2,

2(T),

4.1 CO3,

flip-flops, counters, registers 8(P)

CO4

5 Finite State Machines

Finite State Machine (FSM) types and VHDL Description CO2,

5(T),

5.1 CO3,

examples (Sequence Detector). 6(P)

CO4

Application of VHDL in real world, Mini project based 1(T), CO1-CO5

6

on above topics 6(P)

15(T),

Total

30(P)

Term work shall consist of experiments and tests covering entire syllabus. Students

will be graded based on continuous assessment of their term work.

Practical and oral examination will be based on laboratory experiments and entire

syllabus.

K. J. Somaiya College of Engineering, Mumbai -77

(Autonomous College Affiliated to University of Mumbai)

Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering

Recommended Books:

No. Publisher with Year of

country Publication

1. Volnei A. Pedroni Circuit Design and PHI Learning 2nd Edition,

Simulation with VHDL 2011

2. Zainalabedin Navabi Vhdl: Modular Design and Tata McGraw - 3rd Edition,

Synthesis of Cores and Hill Education 2007

Systems

3 Peter J. Ashenden The Designer's Guide to Morgan 3rd Edition,

VHDL Kaufmann, 2008

USA

4. CPLD, FPGA data

sheets.

K. J. Somaiya College of Engineering, Mumbai -77

(Autonomous College Affiliated to University of Mumbai)

Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering

2UTL402 Analog Electronics Laboratory

TH P TUT Total

Teaching

-- 02 - 02

Scheme(Hrs.)

Credits Assigned -- 01 - 01

Marks

Examination CA

Scheme ESE TW O P P&O Total

T–1 T–2 IA

- - - - 25 -- – 25 50

Term work will consist of experiments covering entire syllabus of ‘Analog Electronics’

(2UTC402). Students will be graded based on continuous assessment of their term work.

Practical examination will be based on laboratory experiments and activities and oral

examination will be based on entire syllabus of ‘Analog Electronics’ (2UTC402).

K. J. Somaiya College of Engineering, Mumbai -77

(Autonomous College Affiliated to University of Mumbai)

Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering

2UTL403 Communication Systems Laboratory

TH P TUT Total

Teaching

– 02 – 02

Scheme(Hrs.)

Credits Assigned – 01 – 01

Marks

Examination CA

Scheme ESE TW O P P&O Total

T–1 T–2 IA

– – –– – 25 25 – – 50

Term work will consist of experiments covering entire syllabus of ‘Communication

Systems’ (2UTC403). Students will be graded based on continuous assessment of their term

work. Oral examination will be based on laboratory experiments and entire syllabus of

‘Communication Systems’ (2UTC403).

K. J. Somaiya College of Engineering, Mumbai -77

(Autonomous College Affiliated to University of Mumbai)

Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering

2UTL404 Signals and Systems Laboratory

TH P TUT Total

Teaching

– 02 – 02

Scheme(Hrs.)

Credits Assigned – 01 – 01

Marks

Examination CA

Scheme ESE TW O P P&O Total

T–1 T–2 IA

– – – – 25 25 – – 50

Term work will consist of experiments covering entire syllabus of ‘Signals and Systems’

(2UTC404). Students will be graded based on continuous assessment of their term work.

Oral examination will be based on laboratory experiments and entire syllabus of ‘Signals

and Systems’ (2UTC404).