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SIR PADAMPAT SINGHANIA UNIVERSITY Syllabus for B. Tech. Electronics and Communication DETAILED SYLLABUS ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING PH1103 Fields and Waves Credits: L – T – P - Total Max. Marks: 150 3 – 0 – 1 – 4 Aim of this course is to introduce the students the basics of the electromagnetic fields and waves to understand the electromagnetic co mmunication engineering (radio, microwave and optical) Scalar and vector fields, Gradient, divergence and Curl, Gauss law and its applications in electrostatics in vector fo rm, electric polarization, permittivity, energy density in an electric field, Ampere's law, charged part icle motion in E and B fields, magnetization, Faraday's law of EM induction; Equation of continuity, generali zed Ampere's law, Maxwell's equations, Displacement current, wa ve equation, plane wave solutions, EM wave propagation in dielectrics and c onductors, Electromagnetic energy density, Poynting vector, Superposition principle, Interference, Di vision of wave front and division of amplitude, diffraction at single slit and multiple slit, plane transmission grating, x-ray diffraction, polar ization, double refr action, production and analysis of circularly and elliptically polarized light, optical activity, specific rotation, polarimeter Recommended reading: 1. B.B. Laud, Electromagnetics, New Age International (P) Ltd. 2. J.D. Jackson, Classical Electrodynamics, Wiley 3. V.V. Sarvate, Electromagnetic fields and waves, New Age International (P) Ltd. 4. J.R. Reitz., F.J. Milford and R. W. Christy, Foundations of Electromagnetic Theory 3rd Edition, Narosa Pub. House 5. F. A. Jenkins and H. E. White, Fundamentals of Optics, 4th ed., McGraw-Hill International Editions 6. N. Subrahmanyam, Brij Lal, M. N. Avadhanulu, A Text Book of Optics, S. Chand and Co., Ltd. 7. Ajoy Ghatak, Optics, 3rd ed., Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing Company Ltd. 1 SIR PADAMPAT SINGHANIA UNIVERSITY Syllabus for B. Tech. Electronics and Communication MA-1102(Advanced Calculus and Differential Equations) (CSE, ECE,IT, ME, CE)-2008 & onwards 4Credits (3-1-0) Objective: The aim of this course is to impart basic knowledge of Mathematics and its further application in various disciplines of engi neering and technology. This course will also help in logical development of mind to solve engineering problems. Unit I : Matrices: Linear dependence & indepe ndence of vectors, Rank of matrix, Echlon form, Solution of simultaneous equations with consistency and inconsistency conditions, Eigen values and Eigen vectors, Caley-Hamiltion theorem, Diagonalization of a matrix. Unit II :Differential Calculus: Taylor’s a nd Maclaurin’s theorems with remainders, Concavity and Convexity of a curve, point s of inflexion, Asymptotes of Cartesian curves, Curvature, Curve tracing: Cartesian and standard polar curves. Unit III: Differential Calculus: Partial differe ntiation, Euler's Theorem on homogeneous functions, total differential co efficient, Jacobians, Erro r and approximation, Maxima and minima of two and more variables, Lagrange’s method of undetermined multipliers. Unit IV :Integral Calculus: Double and Triple integral, Change of order of integration, Rectification of standard cu rves; Surface and Volumes of Solids of Revolution, Beta Function and Gamma Function( Simple Properties) UnitV: Differential equations :Differential equations of first order and first degree- Separable variables, Homogeneous form Li near Equations, reduc ible to linear form (Bernoulli’s Equation) Exact equations, Equa tions reducible to exact form. Linear differential equations of higher order with constant coefficients References: 1 Kreszig, Advanced Engineering Mathematics, Wiley Eastern Lt 2Grewal B S, Higher Engineering Mathematics, Khanna Publisher 3 S S Sastri, Engineering Mathematics,Vol-1 & Vol-2, PHI 4 A. Gangadharan Engineering Mathematics Vol-1 & Vol-2, PHI 2 SIR PADAMPAT SINGHANIA UNIVERSITY Syllabus for B. Tech. Electronics and Communication EC1101 BASIC OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING L T P: 3-0-1 BASICS OF CIRCUIT ANALYSIS Kirchoff's laws, DC and AC excitation, Series and parallel circuits, Sinusoidal steady state analysis, Mesh current and node voltage method of analysis, Matrix method of analysis. NETWORK THEOREMS Thevenin's and Norton's theorems, Super position theorem, Compensation theorem, Reciprocity theorem, Maximum power transfer theorem, Millman's theorem. RESONANCE AND COUPLED CIRCUITS Series and parallel resonance, Quality factor and Bandwidth, Multi resonance circuits, Coupling co-efficient, Frequency response and bandwidth, Tuned circuit. TRANSIENTS Transient response of RL, RC and RLC circuits to DC excitation, Natural and forced oscillations. DUALITY AND TOPOLOGY Concept of duality, Dual network, Graphs of a network, Trees, Chords and branches, Tieset and cutset of a graph, Application to network analysis. References: 1. A Text book of Electrical Technology, B.L. Thereja.- Vol.I 2. Circuit Theory, A. Chakraborty 3. Basic Electrical Engg. , Nagrath & Grabel. 4.Basic Electrical Engg. , Fitzzerald, Higinbotham 5.Electric Circuits, Schaumm Series. 6.Electrical Engineering, Del Toro 3 SIR PADAMPAT SINGHANIA UNIVERSITY Syllabus for B. Tech. Electronics and Communication CS 1101 Introduction to Computers and Programming L-T-P-C 3-0-2-5 Computer System: Basics of computer systems, history, types, capability and limitations of computer systems. Hardware organizatio n: Anatomy of a digi tal computer, CPU, Accumulator and instruction characteristics, internal architecture of CPU, instruction cycle. Microprocessors, Motherboards, Me mory Units: Hierarchy, Primary Memory, Secondary Memory. Input and Output Device s, Input Output ports, Power supplies, Number system & Conversions. Operating Sy stem Basics, Data Management System basics, Data and information, File concepts, File organization. Basics of Programming Languages : Low level programming languages, High Level programming languages, Assembler, Complier, Interpreter. C Programming Basics : Basic program construction; console I/O (printf, scanf); preprocessor directives, comments, data types, type conversions, operators - arithmetic , relational , logical , conditional, increment/dec rement; library functions ; header files. Loops and Decision Statements : for loop, while loop, do loop; various forms of if statement, switch statement, break statement, continue statement, goto statement. Arrays and Strings: Declaring an array, Initializing arrays, accessing the array elements, working with multidimensional arrays, decl aring and initializing string variables, arithmetic operations on characters, string handling functions (string.h). Pointers: Declaring and initializing pointers, pointer expressions, pointer increment and scale factor, pointers and ar rays, pointers and strings. Functions: Defining functions, passi ng arguments to functions , returning values from functions, reference arguments, variables and storage classes, static functions, pointers and functions. Structures: Declaring and initializing a structure, accessing the members of a structure, nested structures, array of structures, using structures in functions, pointers and structures. Files: Reading and writing to text and binary files; character I/O, string I/O, file pointers, error handling, redirection, command line arguments. Books: 1. Brian K Williams & Stacey C. Sawyer,Using Information Technology, TMH, 2003 2. A. K. Sharma , Fundamentals of computers and programming with C, Dhanpat Rai Publications, Daryagaj, New Delhi 3. Dennis M Ritchie, Brian W. Kernigham, The C Programming Language, PHI, 1988 4. K. N. King, C Programming – A modern approach, WW Norton & Co., 1996 5. Dennis P. Curtin, Kim Foley, Kunal Sen, Cathleen Morin, Information Technology, MH, 19 4 SIR PADAMPAT SINGHANIA UNIVERSITY Syllabus for B. Tech. Electronics and Communication ME-1101 Engineering Graphics with AutoCAD L-T-P-C 1-0-2-3 Unit: 1 Importance of Engineering Drawing Geometrical Drawing-Plane and solid Geometry. Engineering Drawing Instruments and their use. BIS conventions for layout of sheets, borderlines, title block, lines, lettering. Unit: 2 Plane Geometry Geometrical constructions,scales,conic sections, special curves. Unit: 3 Solid Geometry Orthographic Projection, Projection of points, projection of straight lines, projection of planes. Unit: 4 Projection of Solids Prisms, cylinder, axis perpendicular to one plane and parallel to the other, axis parallel to both the planes, axis inclined to both H.P. and V.P. Auxiliary Projection of solids: types of auxiliary planes, projection of a point on A.V.P. inclined to V.P. axis inclined to both H.P. and V.P. Unit: 5 Section of Solids Sectional views: sectional plane perpendicular to H.P. and Parallel to V.P. and vice versa, true shape sections. Intersection of surfaces, development of surfaces. Unit: 6 Projection Isometric Projection, Oblique Projection, perspective Projection. Unit: 7 AutoCAD Object selection Methods-Erase,Undo,Zoom,Hatch. Types of Modelling – ViewPoint,viewports,cylinder,cone,box,union,subtract,massproperty,sectional view. Isometric Drawing-Basic dimensioning,polyline,offset,thickness,elevation, changeprop,extrusion,plot and exit. Creating 2d drawings and 3d objects and related problems. 5 SIR PADAMPAT SINGHANIA UNIVERSITY Syllabus for B. Tech. Electronics and Communication BT 1102 Environmental Sciences: L T P: 3-0-0 AIM: This paper introduces the students of any stream/branch to the basics of Environmental science. Major issues lik e renewable and non renewable sources of energy, pollution problems and social impact of the environment have been introduced in this paper from a scientific perspective. This paper also provides adequate insight on management of natural resources and deals with the impact of environmental pollution on health and includes the guidelines for pollution control in the context of public health . Global issues like Acid rain, ozone depletion, climatic changes and population explosion have also been gives importance. Natural Resources: Multidisciplinary nature of environmental studies Natural resources: renewable, non renewable resources, natural resources, associated problems, forest resources, water resour ces, mineral resources, food resources, energy resources, land resources Ecosystems: Concept of an ecosystem. - Structure and function of an ecosystem. - Producers, consumers and dec omposers. - Energy flow in the ecosystem - Ecological succession. - Food chains, food webs and ecological pyramids. - Introduction, types, characteri stic features, stru cture and function of the following Ecosystem: a. Forest ecosystem b. Grassland ecosystem c. Desert ecosystem d. Aquatic ecosystems (ponds, streams, lakes, rivers, oceans, estuaries) Biodiversity and its conservation : definition, magnitude of diversity, levels of biodiversity (genetic, spec ies, community and ecosyst ems), gradients, values, threats of biodiversity, bio-geographical classification of India and world IUCN red data book, status of threatened species, conservation of biology and biodiversity, hotspots of biodi versity, role of an individual in conservation of natural resources, equitable uses of resources for sustainable life style, International efforts for conservation of bi odiversity, biodiversity conservation in India Environmental Pollution: Definition, Cause, effects and control measures of: 6 SIR PADAMPAT SINGHANIA UNIVERSITY Syllabus for B. Tech. Electronics and Communication Air pollution- Introduction, classification of ai r pollutants, Characteristics and biochemical effects of some air pollutant s, effects of air pollutants on man and the environment, air monitoring, atmo spheric sampling, analytical and instrumental techniques used in the estimation of atmospheric pollutant and methods used for the control of air pollutants. Water Pollution- Introduction, classification of water pollutant, organic waste, sewage and agricultural run off, inor ganic pollutant, suspended solids, water quality standards, Sources, characteristics and effects of water pollutant form textile industry, paper and pulp industry, fertilizer industry, soaps and detergents. Radioactive pollution and Thermal pollution - Introduction, Sources of thermal pollution, fundamentals of radiations, types of radiations, sources of radioactive pollution and effects of radioactive pollution (somatic and genetic effects) Chemical pollution- Chemical pollution through fertilizers, pesticides, detergents and toxic metals in industrial waste Hg, Cd, Pb, Cr, Zn, Cu, As, Ni, Se, Sn, Sb, F, Be etc. Marine pollution- Introduction, nature and effects of marine pollution, sources of marine pollution and control of marine pollution. Marine pollution in India. Noise pollution- Sources of noise pollution (i ndustrial source, transport, household, public address system, agricultu ral machines, defence equipments), effects of noise pollution and control of noise pollution. Current environmental issues Global warming and green house effect, Ac id rain, Ozone its importance and depletion of ozone layer, Eutrophication, PAN formation and its disaster. Disaster management: floods, earthquake, cyclone and landslides. Electric and magnetic fields in the environment Introduction, regions in the electromagnet ic spectrum, health effects due to electromagnetic fields, introduction to Extremely low frequency Radio and Microwave field. Effect of exposure to extremely low frequencies on humans and animals, Applications of microwaves in environmental science Microwave radiations and their biological effects on human beings. Biological effects of UV radiations. Solid waste Management: Causes, effects and control measures of urban and industrial wastes. Social Issues and the Environment : From Unsustainable to Sustainable development -Urban problems related to ener gy -Water conservation, rain water harvesting, water shed management -Res ettlement and rehabilitation of people; 7 SIR PADAMPAT SINGHANIA UNIVERSITY Syllabus for B. Tech. Electronics and Communication its problems and concerns. Case Studies -Environmental ethics: Issues and possible solutions. Waste land reclamat ion. –Consumerism and waste products. -Environment Protection Act. -Air (Prev ention and Control of Pollution) Act. - Water (Prevention and control of Polluti on) Act -Wildlife Protection Act -Forest Conservation Act -Issues involved in enfor cement of environmental legislation. - Public awareness. Human Population and the Environment: Population growth, variation among nations. Population explosion - Family Welfare Programme. List of reference books on environmental science: G.M. Masters, Introduction to Environm ent Engineering and Science, Prentice- Hall India, Second Indian Reprint, 1995. Kiely, G., Environmental Engineering, Irwin McGraw-Hill, Singapore, 1998. J. Glynn Henry and G.W. Heinke, Envi ronmental Science and Engineering, 2nd ed., Prentice Hall, 1996. Metcalf and Eddy, Wastewater Engineer ing, Treatment, Disposal and Reuse, Tata McGraw Hill, 1995. A.R. W. Jackson and J.M. Jackson, En vironmental Sciences: The Environment and Human Impact, Longman Publishers, 1996. N. Lee and C. Kirkpatrick (Eds.) Su stainable Development and Integrated Appraisal in a Developing World, Edward, Elgar, UK, 2000. Environmental studies by Benny Joseph (McGraw hill) Perspectives in environmental studies by kaushik and kaushik (new age international publishers) Environmental chemistry and pollution control by s.S.Dara, Elements of environmental engineering by K.N.Duggal(S.chand & company) 8 SIR PADAMPAT SINGHANIA UNIVERSITY Syllabus for B. Tech. Electronics and Communication PH 1104 / PH 1204 Physics of Materials Credits: L – T – P - Total Max. Marks: 150 3 – 0 – 1 – 4 This is an introductory course on quantum m echanics and its applications to understand electrical, thermal and magnetic propert ies of metals, band theory of solids, classification into metal, semiconductor and insulator and superconductivity Black body radiation, Planck ’s radiation law, Compton effect, Nature of waves & particles, Wave-packets and uncertainty, Wave particle duality, Wave mechanics and its mathematical tools, Particle in a quantum well, Harmonic oscillator and Hydrogen atom problems, Tunneling of particles and Exam ples, Tunneling through multiple barriers, angular momentum quantization, space quanti zation, normal Zeeman effect, electron spin, Laser action and properties of laser radiation, common laser systems: Ruby laser, He-Ne laser, semiconductor laser, Basics and applications of holography. Conduction in metals, Mobility and conductivity, Classical free electron theory of metals, Electrical conductivity, Therma l conductivity, Wiedmann Fran z law, Lorentz number, Drawbacks of classical theory, Statistical dist ributions – classical and quantum statistics, Fermi distribution function, Effect of temper ature on Fermi function, Density of energy states, electron in a periodic potential, Kronig-Penney model, Effective mass, origin of the energy gap, energy bands in solids, classification of solids into metals, semiconductors and insulators, intrinsic and extrinsic semiconductors Electrons in various types of solids, Application to semiconductor doping, Magnetic properties of materials, different memory devices, Superconductivity, Type I and II superconductors, Meissner effect, Applications of superc onductors, Introduction to New Materials-Metallic glasses, Shape memory alloys Recommended reading: 1. A. Beiser, Concepts of Modern Physics, 5th ed., McGraw-Hill 2. K.S. Krane, Modern Physics, 2nd ed., Wiley 3. J. Taylor, C. Zafirato s, M. A. Dubson, Modern Physics for Scientists and Engineers, 2/E , Prentice Hall 4. C. Kittel, Introduction to Solid State Physics, 7th ed., Wiley India Pvt. Ltd. 5. S. O. Pillai, Solid State Physics, 6th ed., New Age International Publishers Ltd 6. J. P. Srivastava, Elements of Solid State Physics, 2nd ed., Prentice-Hall 7. M. R. Srinivasan, Physics for Engi neers, 1st ed., New Age International Publishers Ltd 9 SIR PADAMPAT SINGHANIA UNIVERSITY Syllabus for B. Tech. Electronics and Communication MA-1203 (Advanced Engineering Mathematics-I ) (CSE,ECE,IT,ME,CE)-2008 & onwards 4Credits (3-1-0) Objective The aim of this course is to impart basic knowledge of Mathematics and its further application in various disciplines of engineering and technology Unit I : Vector Calculus: Scalar and Vector fi eld; Differentiation and Integration of Vector Functions; Directional Derivatives, Gradient, Divergence, Curl and Laplacian operator; Line, Surface and Volume integrals; Applications of Gauss, Stoke’s and Green’s Theorems in solving the Problems. Unit II: Laplace Transform: Laplace transforms of elementary functions , Basic properties of Laplace Transform, initial value theorem, final value theorem, Inverse Laplace transforms, convolution property of Laplace transform, Application of Laplace transform to solve Ordinary differential equations. Unit III : Fourier series and Harmonic Analysis: Expansion of functions in Fourier Series;Even and odd functions; Half range series; change of intervals; Harmonic Analysis. Unit IV: Fourier Transforms and Z Transforms: Properties of Fourier transform, Fourier sine and cosine transform, Fourier Integral formula, Convolution of two functions, Inversion theorem. Z- transforms : Properties of Z - transform, Z- tr ansform of elementary functions. Inverse of Z- transform , Z- transform of so me important sequences, Solution of difference equations by Z- transform. Unit V : Differential Equations : Second Order differential equations with Variable Coefficients; Homogeneous and Exact forms; Change of Dependent and Independent Variable; Method of Variation of Parameters . Series solution of second orde r differential equations with variable coefficients. Partial Differential Equati ons of First Order; Lagr ange’s and Standard forms; Charpit’s method. References: 1 Kreszig, Advanced Engineering Mathematics, Wiley Eastern Lt. 2 Grewal B S, Higher Engineering Mathematics, Khanna Publisher 3 S S Sastri, Engineering Mathematics,Vol-1 & Vol-2, PHI 4 H K Das, Advanced Engineering Mathematics, S.Chand and Sons. 10 SIR PADAMPAT SINGHANIA UNIVERSITY Syllabus for B. Tech. Electronics and Communication CS 1202 Programming With C++ L-T-P-C(3-0-2-5) Review: Review of basic concepts of object-oriented programming, comparison between procedural programming paradigm and object-oriented programming paradigm. Classes & Objects: specifying a class, creating class objects, accessing class members, access specifiers :public, private, and protected, classes, objects and memory, static members, the const keyword and classes, the static objects, friends of a class, empty classes, nested classes, local classes, abstract classes, container classes, bit fields and classes, Console Based I/O: concept of streams, hierarchy of console stream classes, input/output using overloaded operators >> and << and memory functions of i/o stream classes, formatting output, formatting using ios class functions and flags, formatting using manipulators Constructors & Destructors: Need for constructors and destructors, copy constructor, dynamic constructors, destructors, constructors and destructors with static members, initializer lists. Operator Overloading & Type Conversion: Defining operator overloading, rules for overloading operators, overloading of unary operators and various binary operators, overloading of new and delete operators, type conversion - basic type to class type, class type to basic type, class type to another class type. Inheritance: Introduction, defining derived classes, forms of inheritance, ambiguity in multiple and multipath inheritance, virtual base class, object slicing, overriding member functions, object composition and delegation, order of execution of constructors and destructors. Pointers & Dynamic Memory Management: understanding pointers, accessing address of a variable, declaring & initializing pointers, accessing a variable through its pointer, pointer arithmetic, pointer to a pointer, pointer to a function, dynamic memory management - new and delete operators, pointers and classes, pointer to an object, pointer to a member, this pointer, self-referential classes, possible problems with the use of pointers - dangling/wild pointers, null pointer assignment, memory leak and allocation failures. Virtual functions & Polymorphism: Concept of binding - early binding and late binding, virtual functions, pure virtual functions, abstract classes, virtual destructors & polymorphism. Exception handling: Review of traditional error handling, basics of exception handling, exception handling mechanism, throwing mechanism, catching mechanism, re-throwing an exception, specifying exceptions. Templates and Generic Programming: Function templates, class templates, class templates and nontype parameters, templates and inheritance, templates and friends, templates and static members. Managing Data Files: File streams, hierarchy of file stream classes, error hadnling during file operations, reading/writing of files, accessing records randomly, updating files, data formatting in memory buffers. Standard Template Library (STL): Programming model of stl: containers, algorithms, iterators, description of containers: vector, list and map containers. Books: 1. Robert Lafore, Object-Oriented Programming in C++, The Waite groups, galgotia publications Pvt. Ltd. 11 SIR PADAMPAT SINGHANIA UNIVERSITY Syllabus for B. Tech. Electronics and Communication 2. Bruce Eckel, Thinking in C++, 2 Ed., Wall 1, Wall 2. 3. Danny Kalev, The ANSI/ISO C++ Professional programmers Handbook, PHI 2000. th 4. Deital & Deital, C++ How to Programme, Prentice Hall 5 Ed. 5. John R. Hubbart, Programming with C++, Schaum’s Outline Series 2 Ed. EC1202 BASICS OF ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING L T P C 3 0 1 4 UNIT I: ELECTRON BALLISTICS: Motion of charged particles in electric, magnetic & combined electric & magnetic fields- parallel & perpendicular E & H Fields-Applications - electric & magnetic deflection of beam in CRO-deflection sensitivity- focusing of electron beam in CRO. UNIT II: SEMICONDUCTOR THEORY & PN JUNCTION DIODES: Review of intrinsic & extrinsic semiconductors- classical theory & energy band theory - charge densities in semiconductors- mobility & conductivity - drift & diffusion currents. Construction of PN junction diodes- VI characteristics- quantitative theory of PN diode current components-diode resistances-transition & diffusion capacitances-effect of temperature on diode characteristics- model of diode - diode specifications-Clipping & Clamping Circuits- Voltage multipliers Using diodes. UNIT III: BIPOLAR JUNCTION TRANSISTORS: Construction of transistor -principle of transistor action – current components -input & output characteristics of a transistor in CE,CB,CC configurations- cut off ,active saturation & breakdown regions - current gain in CE, CB, CC Configurations.- h parameter model for BJT.-BJT specifications. UNIT IV : FET & UJT: Construction & characteristics of JFET -parameters of JFET -MOSFET -depletion & enhancement modes-FET in CS,CD,CG Configura tions-equivalent circuit of FET at low frequencies-FET model at high frequencies-FET Specifications. Construction, theory of operation & characteristics of UJT, PUT. UNIT V: SPECIAL SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICES : Fabrication & charcteristics of zener diode, tunnel diode- PIN diode –varactor diode. Construction & characteristics of SCR-two transistor equivalent circuit - applications- TRIAC & DIAC,-LASCR-CCD.Photodiodes- photoconductive cell & photovolataic cellconstruction & working of LED & LCD - phototransistorssolarcell- optocouplers. Text books: 1.salivahanan & others - electron devices & circuits, tmh,1998. 12 SIR PADAMPAT SINGHANIA UNIVERSITY Syllabus for B. Tech. Electronics and Communication 2.Millman & halkias,"electronic devices & circuits",tata mcgraw hill,1995. 3.David.a.bell, "electronic devices & circuits ",phi,1998. 4.Robert boylestad, "electronic devices & circuit theory",sixth edition,phi,1998. 5.Bogart, "electronic devices & circuits",universal book stall, new delhi,1994. EC 1203 Electronic Circuits I BASIC STABILITY AND DEVICE STABILIZATION Biasing circuits for BJT, DC and AC Load lines, Stability factor analysis, Temperature compensation methods, biasing circuits for FET's and MOSFET's. SMALL SIGNAL LOW FREQUENCY ANALYSIS AND DESIGN Transistor, FET and MOSFET Amplifiers, Equivalent circuit, input and output characteristics, calculation of midband gain, input and output impedance of various amplifiers, cascode amplifier, Darlington Bootstrapping, Differential amplifier, CMRR measurement, Use of current source in Emitter. LARGE SIGNAL AMPLIFIERS Class A, AB, B, C and D type of operation, efficiency of Class A amplifier with resistive and transformer coupled load, efficiency of Class B, Complementry Symmetry amplifiers, MOSFET Power amplifiers, Thermal stability of Power amplifiers, heat sink design. FREQUENCY RESPONSE OF AMPLIFIERS AND ANALYSIS USING SPICE High frequency equivalent circuits for BJT and FET amplifiers, Calculation of Lower and Higher cutoff frequencies, Bode plot of frequency response, relation bandwidth and rise time, Compensation to improve the low frequency and high frequency response of amplifiers, HF amplifiers, Video amplifiers, Optocouplers, BJT modelling, The sinusoidal and Pulse source modelling, Analysis of CE Amplifier using SPICE. RECTIFIERS AND POWER SUPPLIES Half and Full wave rectifiers, Ripple factor calculation for C, L, L-C and -SYMBOL 112f "Symbol" filters, Switch mode power supplies, Linear electronic voltage regulators, Power control using SCR. Text Books: 1. Millman J. and Halkias C.C., " Integrated Electronics ", McGraw Hill. 2. David A.Bell, " Electronic Devices and Circuits ", Prentice Hall of India, 1998. 3. Donal L. Schilling Charles Beloue, " Electronic Circuits ", Third Edition, 1989. 13 SIR PADAMPAT SINGHANIA UNIVERSITY Syllabus for B. Tech. Electronics and Communication MA-2104 (Advanced Engineering Mathematics-II) 4Credits(3-1-0) Objective: The aim of this paper is to impart further knowledge of Mathematics which will be useful in understanding the applicati on of Mathematics in various discipline of Engineering& Technology. Unit I Finite differences and Interpolation: Fin ite differences , various differences operators and their relationships, Factoria l notation. Forward, Backward and Divided Differences .Newton’s forward and backward interpolation formulae, La grange’s interpolation Formulae for unequal intervals. Central differences: Gauss, Bessel and Sterling’s formula. Unit II Numerical integration and Differentiation: Numerical differentiati on formulae , Maximum and minimum values of a Tabulated function. Numerical integration: Trapezoidal rule, Weddle’s rule, Simpson’s 1/3 & 3/8 rule. Numerical Solutions of ordinary differential equations: Picard’s method, Euler’s methods, Taylor’s series method, Runge-Kutta methods, Milne’s Predictor and Corrector Methods. Unit III Special functions: Bessel’s equation and Legendre’s Polynomials. Legendre and Bessel’s differential equations, Legendre polynomial, Recurrence relation, Rodri gue’s formula, Orthogonality and generating relations of Legendre polynomia l. Bessel function; recurren ce relations, Generating and orthogonality relations of Bessel functions. Unit IV Complex Variables :Analytic functions, Cauchy-Riemann equations, Conjugate functions, Construction of analytic functions; Derivatives of an analytic function, Complex integration; Cauchy’s integral formula and Cauchy’s inequalit y. Poles, zero & residue, Taylor’s and Laurent’s series; Singularities; Power series Unit V Statistics: Elementary theory of Probability, Probability Distribution Function, Random variable, Mathematical expectations; Moment generating functions; Di screte and continuous distribution functions; Binomial Poisson and Normal distributions. Curve fitting method of least squares, fitting of Straight lines, Polynomials, exponential curve etc. Line of regression and correlation. References 1 Rajaraman V, “Computer Oriented Numerical Methods”, Pearson Education. 2 S S Sastri, Introductory Methods of Numerical Analysis”, Pearson Education. 3 Jain ,Iyengar and Jain, “Numerical Methods for Scientific and Engineering Computations” New Age Int. 4 Grewal B S, “ Numerical methods in Engineering and Science”, Khanna Publisher 5 S.C. Gupta and V.K. Kapoor , Mathematical Statistics , Sultan Chand Lt. EC2104 Electronic Circuits II 14 SIR PADAMPAT SINGHANIA UNIVERSITY Syllabus for B. Tech. Electronics and Communication L-T-P-C 3-1-0-4 FEEDBACK AMPLIFIERS Types of feedback, Effect of feedback on noise, distortion, gain, input and output impedance of the amplifiers, Analysis of Voltage and Current feedback amplifiers. OSCILLATORS Negative Resistance Oscillator, Barhausen Criterion for oscillation in feedback oscillator, Mechanism for start of oscillation and stabilization of amplitude, Analysis of RC Oscillators using Cascade connection of Lowpass and Highpass filters, Wein Phase shift and twin-T network, Analysis of LC Oscillators, Colpitts, Hartley, Clapp, Franklin, Armstrong and Miller Oscillator, Frequency range of RC and LC Oscillator, Frequency range of RC and LC Oscillator, Quartz Crystal Construction Electrical equivalent circuit of Crystal, Crystal Oscillator circuits, use of Logic Gates as linear amplifiers, osciallator and clock generator circuits using logic gate amplifiers. TUNED AMPLIFIERS Coil losses, unloaded and loaded Q of tank circuits, Analysis of single tuned amplifier, Double tuned, stagger tuned amplifiers, instability of tuned amplifiers, stabilization techniques, Narrow band neutralization using coil, Broad banding using Hazeltine neutralization, Class C tuned amplifiers and their applications. Efficiency of Class C tuned Amplifier. MULTIVIBRATOR CIRCUITS Collector coupled and Complementary collector coupled astable multivibrators, Emitter coupled astable multivibrator, monostable and bistable multivibrator using similar and complementary transistors, triggering methods, storage delay and calculation of switching times, speed up capacitors, Schmitt trigger circuits. BLOCK OSCILLATORS AND TIMEBASE GENERATORS Monostable and Astable Blocking Oscillators using Emitter based timing, frequency control using core saturation, pushpull operation of astable blocking oscillator i.e., inverters, pulse transformers, RC and RL wave shaping circuits, UJT sawtooth generators, Linearization using constant current circuit, Bootstrap and Miller saw tooth generators, current timebase generators. Text Books: 1. David A. Bell, " Solid State Pulse Circuits ", Prentice Hall of India, 1992. 2. John D. Ryder, " Electronic Fundamental and Applications - Integrated and Discrete system ", Prentice Hall of India, 1999. References: 1. Millman J. and Taub H., " Pulse Digital and Switching waveform ",McGraw Hill International EC 2105 ELECTRONIC MEASUREMENTS AND INSTRUMENTATION L-T-P-C 15 SIR PADAMPAT SINGHANIA UNIVERSITY Syllabus for B. Tech. Electronics and Communication 3-0-1-4 UNIT 1: MEASUREMENTS AND ERRORS Measurements - significance of measurements - methods of measurement - intruments and measurement systems - classification of instruments – elements of measurement system. Accuracy and precision - significant figures - types of errors - probability of errors - limiting errors. UNIT II: BRIDGE MEASUREMENT Introduction - Wheatstone Bridge - Kelvin Bridge - Guarded Wheatstone Bridge - AC Bridges - Maxwell Bridges - Hay Bridge - Schering Bridge - unbalanced conditions - Wein Bridge - Wagner ground connection. UNIT III: TRANSDUCERS Classification of transducers - selecting transducers - strain gauges - displacement transducers - capacitive and inductive transducers - LVDT - oscillation transducer - piezoelectric, potentiometric, velocity transducers - temperature transducers - optical transducers. UNIT IV: MEASUREMENT OF ELECTRICAL QUANTITIES DC Voltmeter - DC Ammeter - Ohm meter - Multimeter - AC meters - Electrodynamometer - Watt hour meter - Power factor meter – Instrument transformer - digital voltmeter - component measuring system - Q meter - vector impedance meter - frequency counter. UNIT V: SIGNAL ANALYSIS AND DISPLAY INSTRUMENTS Wave analyser - harmonic distortion analyser - spectrum analyser - logic analyser - dual trace oscilloscope - digital storage oscillator – XY plotter. TEXT BOOKS: 1.Albert D.Helfrick , William D.Cooper, "Mordern Electronic Instrumentation and Measurement Techniques" - PHI - 1995. 2. Kalsi G.C., "Electronic Instrumentation" - TMH - 1998. REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. A.K.Sawhney, "A course in Electrical and Electronic Measurement and Instrumentation"- Dhanpat Rai & Sons - 1991. 2. Jones L.D. and Foster Chin. A., "Electronic Instrument and Measurement ", John Wiley & Sons, Newyork, 1983. 3. Barney G.C. " Intelligent Instrumentation " - PHI - 1998. 4. A.J. Bouwens, "Digital Instruments" - TMH - 1997. 5. Doeblin, "Measurement systems - Application and Design".4th edition ,Mc Graw Hill.,1970. 16 SIR PADAMPAT SINGHANIA UNIVERSITY Syllabus for B. Tech. Electronics and Communication EC 2106 Network Analysis and Synthesis L-T-P-C 3-1-0-4 ANALYSIS OF NETWORKS IN 'S' DOMAIN Network elements, Transient and sinusoidal steady state analysis, Network analysis using Laplace transformation, Network functions, Two port networks: Parameters and transfer function, Interconnection of two ports. METHODS FOR COMPUTER AIDED NETWORK ANALYSIS State variable method, Analytic and numerical solutions, Graph theoretic analysis for large scale networks, Formulation and solution of network graph of simple networks, State space representation, Analysis using PSPICE. ELEMENTS OF NETWORK SYNTHESIS Network realizability, Hurwitz Polynominals, Positive real functions, Properties of RC, RL & LC networks, Foster and Cauer forms of realization, Transmission zeroes, Synthesis of transfer functions. PASSIVE FILTER DESIGN Butter worth and Chebyshev approximations, Normalized specifications, Frequency transformations, Frequency and impedance denormalisation, Types of frequency selective filters, Linear phase filters. ACTIVE FILTER DESIGN Controlled sources, Op-amp as a controlled source, Sallen and key structure, Single amplifier LP, HP, BP & BR filters, Principle of design, Sensitivity. Text Books: 1. Someshwar C. Gupta, Jon W. Bayless, Behrouz Peikari ", Circuit Analysis - with computer applications to problemsovling", Wiley-Eastern Ltd., 1991. 2. Louis Weinberg, " Network Analysis and Synthesis ", McGraw Hill Book Company Inc., 1962. 3. Vasudev K. Aartre," Network Theory and Filter Design ", Wiley-Eastern Ltd., Second Edition, 1993. References: 1. Franklin F. Kuo, " Network Analysis and Synthesis ", John Wiley. 2. Vanvalkenburg, " Network Analysis ", Printice Hall of India Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, 1994. 3. Lawrence P. Huelsman, " Active and Passive Analog Filter Design ", McGraw Hill, 1993. EC 2107 DIGITAL ELECTRONICS AND INTEGRATED CIRCUITS 17 SIR PADAMPAT SINGHANIA UNIVERSITY Syllabus for B. Tech. Electronics and Communication L-T-P-C (3-0-1-4) UNIT I: NUMBER SYSTEMS & BOOLEAN ALGEBRA: Review of binary,octal,& hexadecimal numbersystems-representation of signed numbers- floating point number representation-BCD-ASCII-EBCDIC-Excess 3 codes-Gray code - Error detecting and correcting codes. Boolean Algebra : Postulates & theorems - canonical forms - Simplification of Logic functions using Karnaugh Map - Quine Mcclusky method. UNIT II COMBINATIONAL LOGIC DESIGN: Logic gates - implementation of combinational logic functions encoders & decoders - multiplexers and demultiplexers - code converters - half adder,full adder - parallel adder - binary adder-parity generator /checker - implementation of logical functions using multiplexers. UNIT III COUNTERS & REGISTERS: RS,JK,JK Master - Slave, D & T Flip flops - Level triggering and Edge Triggering - Excitation tables- Asynchronous and synchronous Counters - Modulus Counters - Shift Register - Ring Counter - Timing Waveforms. UNIT IV SEQUENTIAL LOGIC DESIGN: Basic models of sequential machines - Concept of state - state diagram - state reduction through partitioning and implementation of synchronous sequential circuits - Introduction to Asynchronous Sequential Logic Design. UNIT V Fabrication of Monolithic IC's-Characteristics of Digital ICS - TTL,ECL,MOS and CMOS digital IC families - Characteristics - Comparision of Performances - Interfacing TTL and CMOS ICs - Display Drivers. Basic Concepts of Programmable Logic - PROM - EPROM - PAL - PLA- FPGA-Implementation of digital functions. TEXT BOOKS: 1. Morris Mano : "Digital Design" - Prentice Hall of INDIA, 1995. 2. Salivhanan, Arivalaghan: Digital circuit and design, TMH. 3. Samuel C Lee , ”Digital Circuits and Logic Design”, Prentice Hall REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. Tocci.R.J : "Digital systems-Principles & Applications"-Prentice Hall of INDIA,1997. 2. Fletcher.W.I : "An Engineering Approach to Digital Design"-Prentice Hall of INDIA,1994. 3. Millman & Halkias ,"Integrated Electronics", TMH,1995. 18 SIR PADAMPAT SINGHANIA UNIVERSITY Syllabus for B. Tech. Electronics and Communication 4. Floyd," Digital Fundamentals", PHI,1997. 5. Charles H Roth: Fundamentals of Logic design CS2103 DATA STRUCTURES L-T-P-C 3-0-2-5 Introduction: Algorithm complexity and Big O notation, recursion and its importance, Tower of Hanoi problem. Stacks: Concept, operations and representation, application to evaluation of postfix expressions, conversion from infix to postfix representation. Queues: Sequential representation, operations, priority queues, and array implementation. Linked Lists: Concept, operations, stacks and queues as lists, array and dynamic representation circular lists, doubly linked lists, Josephus problem. Trees: definition, array and dynamic representations, operations, lists as trees, Almost complete binary trees, threaded binary trees, AVL trees, heaps. Graphs: Representation of graphs, breadth-first search, depth-first search, applications of graphs. Sorting: Efficiency considerations, O notation, Bubble sort, Quicksort, Selection sort, binary tree sort Heap, heapsort, heap as a priority queue, Insertion sort, Shell sort, Merge sort, Radix sort. Searching: Sequential searching, indexed Sequential searching, binary search, interpolation search, binary tree searching, insertion and deletion, Optimum search trees, height balanced trees, single and double rotations, Multiway, search trees, B- trees, B+-trees, Hashing methods of resolving clashes, methods of choosing hash functions. Books: 1. Horowitz and Sahani, “Fundamentals of data Structures”, Galgotia Publication Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi. 2. R. Kruse etal, “Data Structures and Program Design in C”, Pearson Education Asia, Delhi-2002 3. A. M. Tenenbaum, “Data Structures using C & C++”, Prentice-Hall of India Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi. 4. K Loudon, “Mastering Algorithms With C”, Shroff Publisher & Distributors Pvt. Ltd. 19 SIR PADAMPAT SINGHANIA UNIVERSITY Syllabus for B. Tech. Electronics and Communication MA-2205 Discrete Mathematical Structures 4Credits(3-1-0) Objective: The aim of this paper is to impart further knowledge of Mathematics which will be useful in understanding the applicatio n of Mathematics in ECE. Discrete Mathematics is the Mathematical language of Comput er science. It is the study of finite system which has become increasingly important as the computer age has advances Unit I : Logic Calculus: Propositions and Basic Logical operations, Truth tables, Tautologies and Contradictions, Algebra of propositions, Conditional and Biconditional Statement, Arguments, logical Equivalence. Unit II : Set, relations and functions : operation on sets, re lations and function, binary relations, partial ordering relations, equivale nce relations, Hasse di agram of partially ordered set, extremal elements of partiall y ordered sets, lattices , division in integers, finite state automata. Unit III :Introduction to Counting: Basic counting techniques inclusion and exclusion, pigen-hole principle, permutation , Combination. Introduction to recurrence relation and generating function, Polya’s counting Theorem. Unit IV: Algebric Structures :Algebric Structures with binary operation , monoids , semi groups, product and quotient of semi groups, groups, product and quotient of groups, Boolean algebra :Basic definitions, su m of product form for set, sum of Product form For Boolean algebra Logic gates, Karnaugh map. Unit V: Introduction to Graphs : Graphs and Multigraphs ,vertices,degree, trial, path,circuit cycle, Subgr aphs, Isomorphic and Homeomorphi c Graphs, Complete and Regular Graphs, Directed gr aphs, Rooted trees, Warshall’ s Algorithm; Shortest Paths, Matrix representation of Graphs, Eulerian and Hamiltonian Graphs. References: 1 Trembly, J.P.,& Manohar “Discrete Mathematical Structures”, PHI. 2 Kenneth H , Rosen, Discrete Mathematics and its Application, Tata Mc Graw-Hill 3 Norman L Biggs, Discrete Mathematics, Oxford University Press 4Thomas Koshy, Discrete Mathematics with Application, Elsevier 5 Semour Lipschutz Marc Lipson, Discrete Mathematics Tata Mc Graw Hill 6 Koloman, Busby & Ross, Discrete Mathematical Structures, PHI. 20 SIR PADAMPAT SINGHANIA UNIVERSITY Syllabus for B. Tech. Electronics and Communication EC 2208 ANALOG COMMUNICATION L T P 3-0-1 1. ANALOG MODULATION TECHNIQUES: Introduction, Elements of communication system, Modulation & Demodulation, Need of modulation, types of modulation systems, Introduction, theory of amplitude modulation; AM power calculations, AM current calculations, AM modulation with a complex wave, theory of frequency modulation; mathematical analysis of FM, spectra of FM signals, narrow band of FM, Wide band FM, Theory of phase modulation, phase modulation obtained from frequency modulation, comparison of AM & FM, Comparison of PM & FM. 2. AMPLITUDE MODULATION: Transmission: Introduction, generation of Amplitude Modulation, Low level and high level modulation, basic principle of AM generation; square law modulation, Amplitude modulation in amplifier circuits, suppressed carrier AM generation (Balanced Modulator) ring Modulator, Product Modulator/balanced Modulator. Reception: Receiver Parameters; Selectivity, Sensitivity, Fidelity, Tuned Ratio Frequency (TRF) Receiver, Super heterodyne Receiver; Basic elements of AM super heterodyne Receiver; RF Amplifier, Conversion and Mixers; Additive Mixing, Bipolar Transistor Additive Mixer, self excited Additive Mixers, multiplicative mixing, IF Amplifier, AM detector; square law detector, Envelope or Diode detector, AM detector with AGC, Distortion in diode detectors, AM detector Circuit using Transistor, AM receiver characteristics. 3. FREQUENCY MODULATION Transmission: FM allocation standards, generation of FM by direct method, varactor diode Modulator, Cross by Direct FM Transmitter, Phase-Locked-Loop Direct FM Transmitter, Indirect generation of FM; Armstrong method. Reception: Frequency demodulators, Tuned circuit frequency discriminators; Slope Detector, Balance Slope Detector, Foster Seeley discriminator, Ratio Detector. 4. SSB TRANSMISSION AND RECEPTION: Introduction, Single Side band systems, AM-SSB; Full carrier, Suppressed carrier , reduced carrier, Comparison of SSB Transmission to conventional AM, Generation of SSB; Filter method, Phase Shift Method, Third Method. SSB Product Demodulator, Balanced Modulator as SSB Demodulator, Single Side band receivers; Single side band BFO Receivers, SSB Receiver. Textbooks Recommended 1. Simon Haykin, “Communication Systems”, 3rd Edition, John Wiley & Sons 2. R.E. Ziemer and W.H. Tranter, “Principles of Communication”, JAICOP Publishing House. 21 SIR PADAMPAT SINGHANIA UNIVERSITY Syllabus for B. Tech. Electronics and Communication 3. Dennis Roddy, John Coolen, “Electronic Communications”, PHI 1997 References 1. K. Sam Shanmugam, “Digital and Analog Communication Systems”, John Wiley & Sons 2. Yannic Viniotis, “Probability for Electrical Engineers”, Mc Graw Hill International 3. B.P. Lathi, “Modern Digital and Analog Commmunication Systems” 3rd Ed. Oxford University Press. 4. Tomasi: Electronic communication: Fundamentals through advanced, Pearson Education 5. Couch: Digital and Analog Communication Systems, Pearson Education CS 2206 COMPUTER ORGANIZATION AND ARCHITECTURE L T P C (3-0-0-3) Introduction: Basic structure of computer hardware and software, Addressing methods and machine program sequencing. Computer arithmetic: logic design for fast adders, multiplication. Booth’s algorithm. Fast multiplication, integer division, floating point number representation, floating point arithmetic. CPU Organisation: Control unit, instruction execution cycle, sequencing of control signals, hardwired control PLAs, micro programmed control, control signals, microinstructions, micro program sequencing, Branch address modification, Pre-fetching of micro instructions, emulation. Bit slices Memory organization: Semiconductor RAM memories, internal organization. Bipolar and MOS devices, Dynamic memories, multiple memory modules and interleaving ,cache memories mapping functions, replacement algorithms, virtual memory, address ,translations, page tables memory management units, Secondary memory , disk drives, organisation and operations, different standards. Input-output organizations: accessing I/O devices, direct memory access (DMA), interrupts, interrupt handling, handling multiple devices, device identification, vectored interrupts, interrupt nesting, Daisy chaining, I/O interfaces, serial and parallel standards, buses, scheduling, bus arbitration, bus standards. Introduction to parallel organizations: multiple processor orginisation, symmetric multiprocessors , cache coherences, non uniform memory access, vector computation, introduction to CISC & RISC, Architectures, comparison. 22 SIR PADAMPAT SINGHANIA UNIVERSITY Syllabus for B. Tech. Electronics and Communication Books: 1. Hamacher C V, Computer Organisation – 4th Edition , Mc.Graw Hill., NewYork. 2. Stallings William, Computer Orginisation and Architecture, 6th Edition Pearson Education. 3. Pal Chaudhary P, Computer Organisation and Design, Prentice Hall, New Delhi, 4. Hayes J P , Computer Organisation and Architecture - 2nd Edition, Mc Graw Hill, 5. Tanenbaum A S , Structured Computer Organisation - 3rd Edition, Prentice Hall, 6. Kai Hwang & Faye A Briggs, Computer Architecture and Parallel Processing , Mc.Graw Hill. EC 2209 SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS L T P 3-1-0 CLASSIFICATION OF SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS Continuous time signals (CT signals), discrete time signals (DT signals) - Step, Ramp, Pulse, Impulse, Exponential, Classification of CT and DT signals - periodic and aperiodic, random singals, CT systems and DT systems, Classification of systems - Linear Time invariant Systems. ANALYSIS OF C.T. SINGALS Fourier series analysis, Spectrum of C.T. singals, Fourier Transform and Laplace Transform in Signal Analysis. LTI-CT SYSTEMS Differential equation, Block diagram representation, Impulse response, Convolution integral, Frequency response, Fourier Methods and Laplace transforms in analysis, State equations and Matrix. ANALYSIS OF D.T. SIGNALS Spectrum of D.T. signals, Discrete Time Fourier Transform (DTFT), Discrete Fourier Transform (DFT), Properties of Z-transform in signal analysis. LTI-DT SYSTEMS Difference equations, Block diagram representation, Impulse response, Convolution SUM, Frequency response, FFT and Z-transform analysis, State variable equation and Matrix. References: 1. Allan V. Oppenheim et al, " SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS ", Prentice Hall of India Pvt. Ltd., 1997. 23 SIR PADAMPAT SINGHANIA UNIVERSITY Syllabus for B. Tech. Electronics and Communication 2. Douglas K. Lindner, " Signals and Systems ", McGraw Hill International, 1999. 3. Simon Haykin and Barry Van Veen, " Signals and Systems ", John Wiley & Sons Inc., 1999. 4. Robert A. Gabel and Richard A. Roberts, " SIGNALS AND LINEAR SYSTEMS ", John Wiley, 3rd Edition, 1987. 5. Roger E. Zeimer et al, " SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS : Continuous and Discrete ", McMillan, 2nd Edition, 1990. EC 2210 MICROPROCESSOR AND INTERFACES LTP 3:0-1 1. INTRODUCTION Microprocessors – evolution, importance and Application 2. ARCHITECTURE OF A MICROPROCESSOR – 8085 a) Concept of bus and bus organization b) Functional block diagram and function of each block c) Pin details of 8085 and related signals d) Demultiplexing of address/data bus and memory/IO read/write control signals 3. INTRODUCTION SET FOR INTEL 8085 a) Instruction and data format – op-code and operand and word size b) Instruction cycle, machine cycle, T-states, fetch cycle, and execute cycle c) Different addressing modes d) Status flags and their importance e) Data transfer, arithmetic and logical operation, branding, and machine f) Control instructions g) Use of stacks and subroutines h) Assembly language programming 4. INTERFACING AND DATA TRANSFER SCHEMES a) Memory mapped I/O and I/O mapped I/O schemes b) Interrupts of 8085 c) Programmable data transfer, DMA data transfer and interrupt driven data transfer schemes with their applications 5. PERIPHERAL DEVICES: Study of Interfacing Modules e) 8255 PPI f) 8253 PIT g) 8257 DMA Controllers h) 8259 PIC i) 8279 Programmable KB/Display Interface j) 8251 Communication Interface Adapter 24 SIR PADAMPAT SINGHANIA UNIVERSITY Syllabus for B. Tech. Electronics and Communication . 6. RECENT ADVANCES in MICROPROCESSOR ARCHITECTURE: Pentium II and III architecture, pipelining, SIMD features, branch handling on- chip cache and buffers, MMX technology. TEXT BOOKS: 1.Ramesh.S.Gaonkar "Microprocessor architecture,programming & applications with 8085/8080A" -Penram International - 1997. 2.Yu.Cheng Liu & Glenn A Gibson, "Microcomputer system, 8086/8088 family"-2nd Edition - PHI-1986. 3.Kenneth J.Ayala "The 8051 Microcontroller Architecture, Programming & Applications"-Penram International publishing-1996. REFERENCE BOOKS: 1.D.V.Hall "Microprocessor and Digital system"-McGraw Hill Publishing Company- 1990. 2.Ajit Pal "Microprocessor Principles and Applications"-Tata McGraw Hill-1990. 3.Kenneth "Microprocessor and programmed logic" PHI,1987. 4.Avatar singh and Walter A.Tribel "16 bit microprocessor, Architecture, software and interface techniques",PHI 1985. 5) Ghose Sridhar , “Microprocessors for Engineers and Scientists“ 6) Lance A Leventhal, “Introduction to Microprocessors” Prentice Hall 7) Hamacher C V, “ Computer Organisation - 3rd Edition” , Mc.Graw Hill., NewYork ,1990 PH2206 Electromagnetic Field Propagation Credits: L – T – P - C 3 – 0– 0 – 3 An advanced level course on electromagnetic theory for electronics and communication engineering students. It covers Maxwell’s equations and its solution for free, conducting and dielectric media. It also covers pr opagation of the electromagnetic waves through transmission lines, wave guides and optical fibre Introduction: Scalar and vector fields, physicalmeaning of gradient, divergence and curl, co-ordinate systems, review of electrostatic and magnetostatic fields. 25 SIR PADAMPAT SINGHANIA UNIVERSITY Syllabus for B. Tech. Electronics and Communication Time Varying Fields and Maxwell’s Equations: Faraday’s law, current continuity equation, displacement current, Maxwell’ s equations, electromagnetic boundary conditions Electromagnetic Waves: Wave equations and their solutions for free space conditions, electromagnetic potentials, uniform plane waves, wave equations for a conducting medium, sinusoidal time variations, wave propagation in dielectrics and conductors, polarization, reflection and refraction, P oynting vector and the flow of power, electromagnetic interferences and electromagnetic capability Transmission lines: Transverse electromagnetic wave along a parallel plate transmission line, time domain and frequency domain analys is of transmission lines, transmission line charts –Smith’s chart, transmission line impedance matching techniques. Wave Guides: General wave behaviours along uniform guiding structure, parallel plate, rectangular, wave propagation in optical fibers, Faraday rotation, ferrite devices Recommended reading: 1. David K. Cheng, Fundamentals of Engineering Electromagnetics, Addison-Wesley Pub. Co., 2. Electromagnetic waves and Radiati ng systems - E.C. Jordan and K.G. Balmain, PHI. 3. Electro-MagnetK ica:uss J.D. F, Mc Graw Hill 4. Electromagnetics - Hayt, Tata Mc Graw Hill 5. B.B. Laud, Electromagnetics, New Age International (P) Ltd. 6. J.D. Jackson, Classical Electrodynamics, Wiley 7. V.V. Sarvate, Electromagnetic fields and waves, New Age International (P) Ltd. 26 SIR PADAMPAT SINGHANIA UNIVERSITY Syllabus for B. Tech. Electronics and Communication 27

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