Kerala University Applied electronics syllabus
Old / New Scheme
03.301 Engineering Mathematics II 310 4 Credits
(Common to all branches)
MODULE 1
:
Ordinary Differential Equations
Differential equations of the first order and higher degree:
Equations solvable for pEquations solvable for
xEquations solvable for yClairut’s Equation.
Linear Differential Equations:
Higher order with constant coefficientsMethod of variation of parameters
Homogeneous linear equations (Cauchy’s and Legender’s )
Simultaneous linear equations with constant coefficients.
Orthogonal Trajectories:
Cartesian form only.
MODULE 2:
Fourier Series And Multiple Integrals
Fourier Series:
Dirichlet’s conditionsEuler’s FormulaFunctions with periods 2p and 2
l
Even and odd
functionsHalf range sine and cosine series.
Multiple Integrals:
EvaluationChange of order of integrationTransformation to polar coordinatesArea as
double integralVolume as triple integral (cartesian coordinates only).
MODULE 3: Vector Calculus
Vector differentiation:
Derivative of a vector functionVelocity and accelerationScalar and vector fields
GradientIt’s geometrical interpretationDirectional derivativeDivergence and CurlTheir physical meaning
Relations involving Solenoidal and irrotational fieldsScalar potentials(simple problems).
Vector Integration:
Line integral, surface integral and volume integralwork done by a forceStatement and
verification of Green’s theorem, Stoke’s theorem and Gauss’ Divergence theoremtheir use in evaluating the
integrals.
References:
1.
.
Engineering Mathematics, Vol 2: S.S Sastry, Prentice Hall of India (P) Ltd
2.
Higher Engineering Mathematics: B.
S.
Grewal, Khanna Publishers
3.
Engineering Mathematics: Sarveswara Rao Koneru, Universities Press
4. Advanced Engineering Mathematics: Michael D.
Greenberg, Pearson Education
.
Note:
The question paper consists of two parts.
Part A (40 marks)
Ten compulsory questions of 4 marks
.
.
each
Part B (60 marks)
Students must answer one out of two questions from each module.
Each question
carries 20 marks
03.302 ELECTRICAL TECHNOLOGY (TA) 210
Module I
Transformers  Constructional details  principles of operation emf equationphasor diagram on load 
Equivalent circuit  regulation  losses and efficiency. Methods of cooling. OC and SC test determination of
equivalent circuit. Autotransformers. Instrument transformers.
DC Generators  Constructional details  principle of operation  emf equation  types of generators 
performance characteristics and applications. DC Motors  production of torque  shunt, series and compound
motors  performance characteristics  applications  methods of seed control  starters. Universal motor, DC
servomotors  principle of operation, characteristics and application.
Module II
Three phase induction motor  constructional details  slip ring and cage type  production of torque  slip 
performance characteristics and application. Starters  star delta and rotor resistance types. Methods of speed
control  stator voltage, V/f control. Losses and efficiency. No load and blocked rotor tests  determination of
equivalent circuit.
Single phase induction motor  types  characteristics and applications.
Stepper motor  principle of operation and applications.
Alternator  constructional details  frequency  emf equation  phasor diagram on load  concept of regulation.
Synchronous motor  principle of operation  methods of starting  applications.
Module III
Measurements of power and energy in single and three phase system.
Electric heating  Resistance furnaces and ovens  methods of temperature control. Electric arc furnaces and
induction furnace. High frequency heating  induction and dielectric heating  applications.
Electric welding  resistance and arc welding  power supply and current control.
Electric traction  systems of power supply  functional schematic of AC electric locomotives  types of motors
used in traction systems and methods of speed control  methods of braking.
Text books :
1. B.L.Theraja, A.K.Theraja 
A text book of Electrical Technology, Vol. 2
, S.Chand & Co.
2. Partab 
Art and Science of Utilisation of Electric Energy
: Dhanpath Rai & Sons.
References :
1. Metha V.K.
Principles of Electrical Engineering and Electronics
, S.Chand & Co.
2. Gupta J.B.
A Course in Electrical Power
 S.K.Kataria & Sons, New Delhi.
Question Paper
The question paper shall consist of two parts. Part I is to cover the entire syllabus, and carries 40 marks. This
shall contain 10 compulsory questions of 4 marks each. Part II is to cover 3 modules, and carries 60 marks.
There shall be 3 questions from each module (10 marks each) out of which 2 are to be answered.
03.303 SOLID STATE DEVICES (TA) 310
Module I
Introduction to Quantum mechanics. Fermidirac distribution. Energy bands in Solids  Bonding of atoms in
solids, formation of Energy bands in solids, metals, insulators and semiconductors, energy momentum relation
for electrons in solids, effective mass. Semiconductor materials and properties  Classification, elemental and
compound semiconductors  intrinsic semiconductors, extrinsic semiconductors, doping of compound
semiconductor. Energy band model of intrinsic and extrinsic semiconductors. Equilibrium concentration of
electrons and holes, the density of states function (no derivation), effective density of states. Temperature
dependence of intrinsic carrier concentration. Ionisation of impurities. The Fermi level and energy distribution
of carriers inside the bands. Constancy of Fermi level at equilibrium. Temperature dependence of carrier
concentration in an extrinsic semiconductor. Carrier transport in semiconductors – Drift, Relaxation time and
mobility. Carrier scattering mechanisms, variation of mobility with temperature and doping, conductivity. Hall
effect.
62
Module II
Excess carriers in semiconductors  Injection of excess carriers, mechanisms of recombination, origin of
recombination centres, excess carriers and quasi Fermi levels, diffusion, Einstein relations. Continuity
equations. PN junctions  the abrupt junction, electric field and potential distribution, built in voltage, depletion
layer capacitance, the linearly graded junction  electric field, built in potential, junction capacitance. Static IV
characteristics  ideal diode model, simplifying assumptions, the ideal diode equation, long base diodes,
majority and minority carrier currents. Real diodes  IV characteristics. Temperature dependence of IV
characteristics. High level injection effects. Electrical breakdown in PN junctions  Zener break down,
avalanche break down (abrupt PN junctions only), Schottky diode.
Module III
Bipolar junction transistor  transistor action, current components, basic parameters. Analysis of the ideal
transistor  calculation of terminal currents (based on physical dimensions), calculation of dc parameters. effect
of collector bias variation, Avalanche multiplication in collectorbase junction, Base resistance, Static IV
characteristics of Common Base and Common Emitter configurations. Regions of operation.
Field Effect Transistors: JFET  principle of operation, current equation, static IV characteristics, device
parameters. MOS Transistors  Ideal MOS capacitor, effect of real surfaces, threshold voltage, Capacitance 
Voltage characteristics of the MOS capacitor, Basic structure and principle of operation of MOSFETs, IV
characteristics. Basic principle & characteristics of UJT and SCR (no analysis).
Text Book:
Ben G. Streetman :
Solid State Electronic Devices,
5
Edn., Pearson Education, 2000/ PHI.
t h
References:
1. M.S.Tyagi :
Introduction to Semiconductor Materials and Devices
, John Wiley &Sons.
2. Warner and Grung :
Semiconductor Device Electronics
, Holt Rinhalt & Winston 1991.
3. S.M.Sze :
Physics of Semiconductor Devices
, Wiley Eastern.
4. FFY Wang :
Introduction to Solid State Electronics
, North Holland, 1980.
5. E.H. Nicollian and J.R. Brews :
MOS Physics & Technology
, John Wiley.
6. Y.P.Tsividis :
Operation and Modelling of the MOS Transistor
, Mc Graw Hill, 1986.
7. Deepankar Nagchaudhari :
Microelectronic Devices
, Pearson Education, 2002
8. Baker/Li :
CMOS
 PHI
Question Paper
The question paper shall consist of two parts. Part I is to cover the entire syllabus, and carries 40
marks. This shall contain 10 compulsory questions of 4 marks each. Part II is to cover 3 modules, and
carries 60 marks. There shall be 3 questions from each module (10 marks each) out of which 2 are to
be answered.
03.304 ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS  I (TA) 310
Module I
RC Circuits: Response of high pass and low pass RC circuits to sine wave, step, pulse and square wave inputs,
Tilt, Rise time. Differentiator, Integrator, clipping and clamping circuits. Analysis of Half wave, full wave and
bridge rectifiers. Analysis of L, C, LC & Filters. Zener voltage regulator, transistor series (with feedback) and
shunt voltage regulators, Short circuit protection.
Module II
Biasing : Transistor Biasing circuits, Stability factors, Thermal runaway. DC analysis of BJTs  graphical
analysis, small signal equivalent circuits (Low frequency and T models only).
Analysis of CE, CB, CC configurations (gain, input and output impedance), Cascading of BJT amplifiers.
Biasing of JFETs, Small signal model, analysis of CS, CG, and CD amplifiers. Biasing of
MOSFETs, current mirror circuit, Widlar circuits. Small signal equivalent circuits. Analysis
of MOSFET amplifiers (CS only).
Module III
Power amplifiers: Class A, B, AB circuits  efficiency and distortion. Biasing of class AB circuits.
Transformerless power amplifiers.
Low frequency Oscillators : Barkhausen criterion, RC phase shift and Wien bridge oscillators  analysis.
Transistor switching circuits : Transistor switching times. (Delay, rise, storage and fall time). Analysis of
collector coupled Astable, Monostable and Bistable multivibrators, Schmitt trigger – analysis.
Text books
1. Sedra and Smith :
Microelectronic Circuits
, IV Ed., Oxford University Press 1998.
2. Millmann and Taub :
Pulse Digital and Switching Waveforms,
TMH.
References:
63
1. Millmann and Halkias :
Integrated Electronics
, TMH.
2. Gopakumar :
Design and Analysis of Electronic Circuits
, Phasor books.
3. R E Boylstad and L Nashelsky :
Electronic Devices and Circuit Theory
, PHI, 2002.
4. Neamen, Donald :
Electronic Circuit Analysis and Design
, TMH.
5. Spencer & Ghausi :
Introduction to
ElectronicCircuit Design,
Pearson Education
2003.
Question Paper
The question paper shall consist of two parts. Part I is to cover the entire syllabus, and carries 40 marks. This
shall contain 10 compulsory questions of 4 marks each. Part II is to cover 3 modules, and carries 60 marks.
There shall be 3 questions from each module (10 marks each) out of which 2 are to be answered.
03.305 NETWORK ANALYSIS (TA) 310
Module I
Elements of Network Analysis Network theorems, Thevenin’s theorem, Norton’s theorem, Super position
theorem, Reciprocity theorem, Millman theorem Maximum Power Transfer theorem. Insertion loss.
Signal representation  Impulse, step, pulse and ramp function. Use of Laplace Transform in the transient
analysis of RC and LC networks with impulse, step, exponential, pulse and sinusoidal inputs. Initial and final
value theorems, step input for RLC circuits.
Module II
Network functions  The concept of complex frequency  driving point and transfer functions  Impulse response
 Poles and Zeros of network functions and their locations and effects on the time and frequency domain.
Restriction of poles and zeros in the driving point and transfer function. Time domain behaviour from the pole 
zero plot. Frequency response plots  Magnitude and phase plots from splane phasors, Bode plots. Parameters
of twoport network – impedance, admittance, transmission and hybrid  Conversion formulae. Attenuators –
propagation constant, types of attenuators – T, and Bridged T.
Module III
Resonance in series and parallel circuits resonant frequency bandwidth  Q factor, Selectivity. Coupled
circuits, single tuned and double tuned circuits, coefficient of coupling, Image Impedance, Characteristic
impedance and propagation constant.
Filter approximations  Butterworth response  poles of the Butterworth function, Chebyshev response 
Chebyshev polynomials  equi ripple characteristics  poles of the Chebyshev function, inverse Chebyshev
response, BesselThomson response. Frequency transformations  transformations to high pass, band pass and
band elimination.
Text Books:
1. Roy Choudhary :
Networks and Systems,
New Age International.
2. Wai Kai Chen :
Passive and Active Filters Theory and Implimentations
, John Wiley
& Sons.
References:
1. M.E. Van Valkenburg :
Analog Filter Design
, Saunder’s College Publishing.
2. V. K. Aatre:
Network Theory and Filter Design,
Wiley Eastern.
3. Sudhakar and S. P. Shyam Mohan :
Circuits and Network Analysis,
TMH.
4. Van Valkenburg :
Network Analysis
, PHI.
5. C L Wadhwa :
Network Analysis and Synthesis
, New Age International.
6. Hayt, Kemmerly :
Engineering Circuit Analysis
, TMH , 6/e
Question Paper
The question paper shall consist of two parts. Part I is to cover the entire syllabus, and carries 40 marks. This
shall contain 10 compulsory questions of 4 marks each. Part II is to cover 3 modules, and carries 60 marks.
There shall be 3 questions from each module (10 marks each) out of which 2 are to be answered.
03.306 PROGRAMMING IN C++ (TA) 202
Module I
Types and declarations: Types  boolean, character, integer, floating point, void, enumerated. Conditional
statements and loops. Declarations structure, multiple names, scopes, initialization, Function declaration,
argument passing, value return. Classes  objects, private, public and protected variables. Pointers, arrays,
pointer to arrays, constants, reference, pointer to void , new operator, delete operator.
Module II
64
Function overloading, operator overloading, friend function, derived class (inheritance), polymorphism, virtual
function, templates, files and streams. Programming tools, make files, debuggers, revision control systems,
exception handling.
Module III
Data structures: Linked ( single and double) lists basic operations, stack basic operations, binary trees basic
operations. Sorting bubble sort, shell sort, merge sort, quick sort.
Text Books:
1. B Stroustrup:
C++ Programming Language,
AW, 3rd Edition.
2. AV Aho and JD Ullman:
Data Structures and Algorithms,
AW.
References:
1. Bruce Eckel:
Thinking in C++
, Volume 1 & Volume 2, Pearson Education.
2. Robert Kruse et al:
Data Structures and Program Design in C
, PHI, 2nd Ed.
3. Balaguruswami :
Programming in C ++ ,
Shaum’s Series.
Question Paper
The question paper shall consist of two parts. Part I is to cover the entire syllabus, and carries 40 marks. This
shall contain 10 compulsory questions of 4 marks each. Part II is to cover 3 modules, and carries 60 marks.
There shall be 3 questions from each module (10 marks each) out of which 2 are to be answered.
03.307 ELECTRONICS WORKSHOP (TA)
1. Identification of components and devices.
2. Testing of components and devices.
3. Design and construction of small transformers.
4. Use of measuring instruments like RLC meter, Power meter, Frequency meter, CRO for the
measurements of phase, rise time & fall time etc.
5. Preliminary idea of PCB fabrication .
6. Soldering practice –Soldering of given circuits (Rectifiers, amplifiers, oscillators, multivibrators,
7. Differentiating & Integrating circuits, RC filter circuits, clipping & clamping circuits.)
For University examination, the following guidelines should be followed regarding award of marks
(a) Layout 25%
(b) Soldering 25%
(c) Result 25%
(d) Viva voce 25%
Practical examinations are to be conducted covering the entire syllabus given above.
03.308 ELECTRONIC DEVICES LAB (TA) 003
1. Characteristics of Diodes & Zener diodes
2. Characteristics of Transistors (CE & CB)
3. Characteristics of FETs & UJTs
4. Characteristics of SCRs & Triac.
5. Frequency response of RC Low pass and high pass filters. Response to Square wave for Integrating and
Differentiating circuits.
6. Zener Regulator with & without emitter follower.
7. RC Coupled (CE) amplifier using transistors frequency response characteristics.
8. FET amplifier (CS)  frequency response characteristics.
9. Clipping and clamping circuits.
10. Rectifiershalf wave, full wave, Bridge with and without filter ripple factor and regulation.
Note:
For University examination, the following guidelines should be followed regarding award of marks
(a) Circuit and design 25%
(b) Result & Performance 50%
(c) Viva voce 25%
Practical examinations are to be conducted covering the entire syllabus given above.
03. 401 Engineering Mathematics – III 310 4 credits
(Common to all branches)
MODULE 1: Partial Differential Equations
Formation of P.D.ESolution by direct integrationsolution of Lagrange’s linear equationsNonlinear equations
of first orderTypes f(p,q)=0,f(z,p,q)=0,f(x,p)=g(y,q)
65
Homogeneous P.D.E with constant coefficientssolution by the method of separation of variables.
MODULE 2: Application of partial differential Equations
Derivation of one dimensional wave equationsolution of the wave equation by the method of separation of
variables –Boundary value problems involving wave equationDerivation of one dimensional heat equation
solution by the method of separation of variablesProblems with zero and nonzero boundary conditionsSolution
of Laplace equation in two dimensions (cartesian only)Problems on finite and infinite strips.
MODULE 3: Fourier Transforms and Optimization Techniques
Fourier Transforms:
Fourier integral
Theorem(no proof)Fourier sine and cosine integralsFourier
Transformscomplex formSine and cosine TransformsInversion Formulasimple problems.
Optimization techniques:
Linear Programming ProblemsFormulationGraphical solutionGeneral L.P.PSlack
and Surplus variablesBasic feasible solutionSolution of L.P.P. using Simplex methodBigMmethodDuality
Dual Simplex method.
References:
1. EngineeringMathematics,Vol.3:V.Sunderam, .Balasubramanian, K. A. Lakshminarayanan, Vikas
Publishing House (P) Ltd.
2. Higher Engineering Mathematics: B.S.Grewal, Khanna Publishers.
3. Advanced Engineering Mathematics: Michael D Greenberg, Pearson Education.
4. Engineering Mathematics,Vol2: S.S.Sastry, Prentice Hall Of India(P)Ltd.
5. Engineering Mathematics: Sarveswara Rao Koneru,Universiries Press. Quantative Techniques: P. C.
Tulsian and Vishal Pandey, Pearson Education.
Note:
The question paper consists of two parts. Part A (40 marks). Ten compulsory questions of 4 marks each.
Part B (60 marks). Students must answer one out of two questions from each module. Each question carries 20
marks
03.402 Humanities 300 3 Credits
Part I – Economics (2 Periods per week)
Module I
1.
Definition and scope of Economics Definition of basic termsGoodswants and their classifications
wealth Income –Money Near money Credit money Utility, features and kinds of utility – National
Income and related concepts as GNP, NNP, Disposable Income Resource Allocation, Technological
choice & production possibility curve. Indifference curve analysis the concept of supply Supply
curvesCost curves – loss of returns.
2.
Basic laws in Economics – Law of Diminishing marginal utility – Demand, Law of Demand and
demand curve The concept of supply Supply schedule and supply curve
.
Module II
3.
Market structure – Classifications – Pricing under different markets as perfect competition, monopoly
and oligopoly. Pricing under monopolistic competition.
4.
Inflation – Measures to control inflation – Monetary measures and fiscal measures – Effects of
inflation.
5.
Tax – Classification of Taxes – Direct & Indirect taxes specific and AdValorem taxes – personal
income tax – characteristics of a good tax system – Tax evasion.
Module III
6.
International Monetary Fund – Issues & Challenges – International liquidity – Special Drawing Rights
 India & IMF.
7.
Welfare Economics – Old Welfare Economics Pigou’s Analysis – New Welfare Economics Pareto’s
welfare criterion
.
Books for Study : PartI
Dewtt.K.K Modern Economic theory
Books for References:
1. Prof. G.Narendrababu " Elements of Ecomic Analysis"
2. Sundaran K.P.M " Money, Banking . Trade & Finance "
Part II – Communicative English (1 period per week)
Reading Skimmingscanningdetailed readingpredicting contentinterpreting charts and tablesidentifying
stylistic features in texts  evaluating textsunderstanding discourse coherenceguessing meaning from the
context note making / transferring information.
Word formation with prefixes and suffixesdiscourse markers and their functionsdegrees of comparison
expressions relating to recommendations and comparisonsactive and passive voiceantonymstense forms
gerunds conditional sentencesmodal verbs of probability and improbabilityacronyms and abbreviations 
compound nouns and adjectivesspellingpunctuation.
66
Sentence definitionstatic descriptioncomparison and contrastclassification of informationrecommendations
highlighting problems and providing solutionsformal and informal letter writingusing flowcharts/diagrams
paragraph writingediting.
Defining, describing objectsdescribing uses/functionscomparingoffering suggestionsanalysing problems and
providing solutionsexpressing opinions (agreement/ disagreement) –expressing possibility/certainty – framing
questionsproviding answers.
Text Books: Part II
1. " English for Engineers and Technologists ", Volume I. Authors : Humanities and Social Science Department,
Anna University, Published by Orient Longman Ltd., 1990.
2. Sarah Freeman, Written communication in English, Orient Longman, 1977.
References:
1. Narayanaswami, V.R, .Strengthen Your Writing, Orient Longman Ltd., Chennai 1996 (Revised Edition)
2. Pickett and Laster, Technical English, Writing, Reading and Speaking, New York Harper and Row
Publications.
3. Swan, Michael, Basic English Usage, Oxford University Press, 1984.
4. Bhatnagar and Bell, Communication in English, Orient Longman, 1979.
5. Pravin.S.R.Bhatia, A.M.Sheikh, Professional Communication skills, S.Chand and Company Ltd., 2003.
University Question
Note:
Part I and Part II to be answered in separate answer books.
Part – I Humanities
Part A – 30 Marks ( short answers) Covering entire syllabus ( 3x10=30)
Part B – 40 Marks ( 50% choice – One out of two or two out of four from each module.)
Part  II Communicative English
30 marks (50 % choice)
03.403 ANALOG COMMUNICATION (TA) 210
Module I
Telephone systems –electronic telephonedigital switching –trunk circuits –private telephone networks.
Amplitude modulation Frequency spectrum, power relation, DSBSC modulation, modulation and
demodulation circuits, AM transmitters. Receivers Superheterodyne receivers, tracking, sensitivity and gain,
image rejection and AGC, double conversion receivers, single conversion receivers, Single side band
modulation – principle, balanced modulation, SSB generation and reception, companded SSB.
Module II
Angle modulation FM spectrum, modulation index, phase modulation, comparison of various modulation
schemes, angle modulation and demodulation circuits, AFC, amplitude limiters, preemphasis and deemphasis,
FM broadcast transmitters and receivers.
Noise in analog modulation systems Noise in linear receivers using coherent detection, noise in AM receivers
using envelope detection, noise in FM receivers.
Module III (Quantitative Approach)
Probability Concepts, Random Variables, Statistical averages.
Random Processes  Introduction, definition, stationary processes, mean, correlation and covariance functions
properties of Auto correlation & cross correlation functions. Ergodic processes, transmission of Random
Processes, power spectral density and its properties, cross spectral densities. Guassian process central limit
theorem, properties.
Noise – Shot noise, thermal noise and white noise, S/N ratio, noise figure, narrow band noise, representation in
terms of inphase and quadrature components, envelope and phase components, sine wave plus narrow band
noise.
Text Books
t h
1. Dennis Roody & John Coolen:
Electronic Communication
, PHI, 4
edn.
2. Simon Haykin:
Communication Systems
, 4
edn, John Wiley & Sons.
t h
References
1.Proakis and Salehi:
Communication System Engineering
, 2
edn., Pearson Education.
nd
2. George Kennedy:
Communication Systems
, 3 ed., Tata McGraw Hill.
3. B P Lathi:
Modern Digital and Analog Communication Systems
, 3 edn., Oxford
University Press.
4. Leon W.Couch II :
Digital and Analog Communication Systems
, 6
edn, Pearson
t h
Education.
Question Paper
The Question paper will consist of two parts. Part1 is to cover entire syllabus, and compulsory for 40 marks.
This may contain 20 questions of 2 marks each.
67
Part II is to cover 3 modules. There can be 3 questions from each module (10 marks each) out of which 2 are to
be answered, or there will be two questions from each module (20 marks each) out of which one is to be
answered.
03.404 SIGNALS & SYSTEMS (TA) 310
Module I (Quantitative Approach)
Introduction – continuous time & discrete time signals, Basic operations on signalsoperations on dependent and
independent variables, elementary signals exponential, sinusoidal, step, impulse and ramp functions,
Continuous time & Discrete time systems – system properties–– memory, invertibility, linearity, time
invariance, causality, stability, Impulse response & step response of systems, convolution.
Fourier series representation of continuous time and discrete time periodic signals.
Module II (Quantitative Approach)
Continuous Time Fourier Transform – properties – systems characterized by differential equations. Discrete
Time Fourier Transform – properties – systems characterized by difference equations . Sampling theorem –
Reconstruction – Aliasing.
Module III (Quantitative Approach)
The Laplace Transform – ROC – Inverse transform – properties – Analysis of LTI systems using Laplace
Transform – unilateral Laplace Transform.
The Z transform – ROC – Inverse transform – properties – Analysis of LTI systems using Z transforms –
unilateral Z transform.
Text Book :
Alen V Oppenheim, Alen S Willsky :
Signals & Systems
, 2
edn., Pearson Education.
nd
References:
1. Rodger E. Ziemer:
Signals & Systems  Continuous and Discrete
4
Edn., Pearson
t h
Education.
2. Asok Ambardar :
Analog and Digital Signal Processing
, Thomson Learning.
3. B P. Lathi:
Linear Systems and Signal Processing
, Oxford Publication.
Question Paper
The question paper shall consist of two parts. Part I is to cover the entire syllabus, and carries 40 marks. This
shall contain 10 compulsory questions of 4 marks each. Part II is to cover 3 modules, and carries 60 marks.
There shall be 3 questions from each module (10 marks each) out of which 2 are to be answered.
03.405 ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS  II (TA) 310
Module I
High frequency equivalent circuits of BJTs, MOSFETs, Miller effect, short circuit current gain, sdomain
analysis, amplifier transfer function. Low frequency and high frequency response of CE, CB, CC and CS, CG,
CD amplifiers. Frequency response of cascade, cascode and Differential (emitter coupled) amplifiers.
Module II
Differential Amplifiers  BJT differential pair, large signal and small signal analysis of differential amplifiers,
Input resistance, voltage gain, CMRR, non ideal characteristics of differential amplifier. Current sources,
mirrors, Active load. MOS differential amplifiers, multistage differential amplifiers.
Analysis of BJT tuned amplifiers, synchronous and stagger tuning. Analysis of High frequency oscillators
Hartley, Colpitts, Clapp and crystal oscillators.
Module III
Feed back amplifiers (discrete only)  Properties of negative feed back. The four basic feed back topologies
Seriesshunt, seriesseries, shuntshunt, shuntseries, loop gain, Bode plot of multistage Amplifier, Stability,
effect of feedback on amplifier poles, frequency compensationDominant and Polezero.
Sweep circuits Miller and Bootstrap.
Text books
1. Sedra and Smith :
Microelectronic Circuits
, IV Ed., Oxford University Press 1998.
2. Millman and Taub:
Pulse Digital and Switching Waveforms,
Tata McGraw Hill.
References:
1. Millmann and Halkias:
Integrated Electronics
, Tata McGraw Hill.
2. R E Boylstad and L Nashelsky:
Electronic Devices and Circuit Theory
, Prentice Hall of India 2002.
3. Gopakumar:
Design and Analysis of Electronic Circuits,
Phasor books.
4. Neamen, Donald:
Electronic Circuit Analysis and Design,
Tata McGraw Hill.
5. Spencer & Ghausi :
Introduction to
ElectronicCircuit Design,
Pearson Education 2003.
Question Paper
68
The question paper shall consist of two parts. Part I is to cover the entire syllabus, and carries 40 marks. This
shall contain 10 compulsory questions of 4 marks each. Part II is to cover 3 modules, and carries 60 marks.
There shall be 3 questions from each module (10 marks each) out of which 2 are to be answered.
03.406 DIGITAL ELECTRONICS (TA) 210
Module I
Review of Boolean algebra rules, laws and theorems – sum of product and product of sum simplification,
Karnaugh map (upto 4 variables), completely and incompletely specified functions, Quine McCluskey method
(upto 5 variables). Combinational logic circuits adders, subtractors, ripple carry and look ahead carry adders,
comparators, decoders, encoders, multiplexers, demultiplexers. Introduction to VHDL. Logic gates, decoders,
encoders in VHDL, adders in VHDL. Memories – ROM organisation, expansion. PROMs, RAMs – Basic
structure, 2dimensional organization, Static and dynamic RAMs
Module II
Integrated Circuit technologies – Characteristics and Parameters. TTL Circuits – NOT, NAND, NOR, Open
collector, tristate gates, positive and negative logic, ECL ORNOR, IIL, CMOS NOR, NOT, NAND,
comparison.
Differences between combinational and sequential circuits – flip flops – SR, JK, D, T, Master slave,
characteristic equations, conversion of one type of flip flop into another, Shift register, Universal shift register,
applications. Binary counters – Synchronous and Asynchronous design, Counters for random sequence design.
Multivibrators – astable and monostable multivibrators using gates, 74121 and 74123.
Module III
Analysis of synchronous sequential circuits  Synchronous sequential machine – The moore machine, mealy
machine, timing diagram. Design of synchronous sequential circuits – examples, State diagram, State table,
State transition and output tables, logic diagram, Analysis of synchronous sequential circuits – examples.
Asynchronous sequential circuit – basic structure, equivalence and minimization, minimization of completely
specified machines, State simplification of redundant states, Incompletely specified machines. Hazards – causes
of hazards, Logic hazards, essential hazards, function hazards, design of hazard free combinational networks.
Text Books:
1. C.H. Roth,Jr. :
Fundamentals of Logic Design
, 5
Edn., Thomson Learning.
th
2. B. Somanathan Nair :
Digital Electronics and Logic Design
, PHI, 2002.
References:
1. Anand Kumar A.:
Fundamentals of Digital Circuits
, PHI.
2.
Yarbrough, John M :
Digital logic Application and Design,
Vikas Thomson Learning, New Delhi.
3. John F Wakerly :
Digital Design Principles and Practice,
Pearson Education.
4. C. H. Thomas L Floyd:
Digital Fundamentals,
Pearson Education, 8
Edn
t h
5. M. Moris Mano :
Digital Design
, Pearson Education, 3
Edn.
rd
Question Paper
The question paper shall consist of two parts. Part I is to cover the entire syllabus, and carries 40 marks. This
shall contain 10 compulsory questions of 4 marks each. Part II is to cover 3 modules, and carries 60 marks.
There shall be 3 questions from each module (10 marks each) out of which 2 are to be answered.
03.407 PROGRAMMING & SIMULATION LAB (TA) 004
Introduction to SPICE
Models of resistor, capacitor, inductor, energy sources (VCVS, CCVS, Sinusoidal source, pulse, etc),
transformer.
Models of DIODE, BJT, FET, MOSFET, etc. sub circuits.
Simulation of following circuits using spice (Schematic entry of circuits using standard packages. Analysis
transient, AC, DC, etc.):
1. Potential divider.
2. Integrator & Differentiator (I/P PULSE) – Frequency response of RC circuits.
3. Diode Characteristics.
4. BJT Characteristics.
5. FET Characteristics.
6. MOS characteristics.
7. Full wave rectifiers (Transient analysis) including filter circuits.
8. Voltage Regulators.
9. Sweep Circuits.
10. RC Coupled amplifiers  Transient analysis and Frequency response.
69
11. FET & MOSFET amplifiers.
12. Multivibrators.
13. Oscillators (RF & AF).
MATLAB:
Introduction to Matlab, study of matlab functions. Writing simple programs using matlab, for handling arrays,
files, plotting of functions etc.
Writing M files for
Creation of analog & discrete signals, plotting of signals etc.
Filtering of analog & digital signals using convolution
Generation of noise signals (Gaussian, random, Poisson etc)
Simulation using Simulink.
Simulation study
(A)Design of analog low pass, bandpass, high pass and band elimination filters
using Butterworth, Chebyshev etc.
(B) Antialiasing filters
(C) Bode plot
(D) Steady state and Transient analysis
(E) Z Transforms
(F) Fourier Analysis
Note:
For University examination, the following guidelines should be followed regarding award of marks:
(a) Programming and design 40%
(b) Result & Performance 35%
(c) Viva voce 25%
Practical examination to be conducted covering entire syllabus given above.
03.408 ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS LAB 004
Feed back amplifiers(current series, voltage series). Gain and frequency response
1. Power amplifiers(transformer less), Class B and Class AB. Measurement of Power.
2. Differential amplifiers. Measurement of CMRR
3. Cascade and cascode amplifiers. Frequency response.
4. Phase shift, Wein bridge, Hartley and Colpitts Oscillators, UJT Oscillators
5. Astable, Monostable and Bistable multivibrator circuits
6. Schmitt trigger circuits.
7. Tuned amplifiers, frequency response.
8. Series voltage regulator circuits.
9. Bootstrap sweep circuit.
Note
For University examination, the following guidelines should be followed regarding award of marks
(a) Circuit and design 25%
(b) Result & Performance 50%
(c) Viva voce 25%
Practical examination to be conducted covering entire syllabus given above
03.501 Engineering Mathematics – IV 310 4 Credits
(Common to all branches)
MODULE 1: Complex AnalysisDifferentiation
Differentiation of functions of complex variableAnalytic functionsCauchyRiemann Equations(cartesian
only)Harmonic functionOrthogonal systemvelocity potential
Conformal mapping
Mapping by w=1/z,w=z
, w=e
, w=z+1/z, w=sinz, w=cosz.
2
z
Bilenear Transformationfixed pointsProblems to find the transformation when three points and their images
are given.
MODULE 2: Complex AnalysisIntegration
Line integralssimple problemsStatements of Cauchy’s integral theorem,Cauchy’s integral formulaFormula for
higher derivativesEvaluation of integrals using the above results.
Taylor series and Laurent’s series(no proof)simple problems.
SingularitiesResiduesCauchy’s Residue theorem(no proof)problems.
Evaluation of real definite integrals of the following types:
2p 8 8 8
f(sin ,cos )d , [f(x)/F(x)]dx, [sin mx/f(x)]dx, [cos mx/f(x)]dx
70
0 0 0 0
MODULE 3: Probability and statistics
Random variable
continuous and discrete distributionmean and variance
Binomial distribution
mean and variancefitting a Binomial distributionProblems.
Poisson distribution
Poisson distribution as a limiting case of the Binomial distributionmean and variance
Problems.
Normal distribution
PropertiesProblems
Curve fitting
Fitting of a straight line and a second degree parabola,by the method of least squares.
Testing of Hypothesis
Types of errorsNull hypothesislevel of significanceConfidence limitsLarge sample
teststesting of proportion of attributesconfidence limits for unknown meantest of significance for means of
two large samplesUse of Student’s t distribution for small sample testsSignificance test of a sample mean
Significance test of difference between sample means.
References:
1.Higher Engineering Mathematics: B. S. Grewal, Khanna Publishers
2.Engineering Mathematics,Vol.2:S.S.Sastry,Prentice Hall of India(P)Ltd.
3.Complex Variables Theory And Applications: H. S. Kasana, Prentice Hall of India(P)Ltd
4.Advanced Engineering Mathematics: Michael D Greenberg, Pearson Education
5.Probability and Statistics for engineers ;Miller & Freund ,Pearson Education
Note:
The question paper consists of two parts.
Part A (40 marks)
Ten compulsory questions of 4 marks each
Part B (60 marks).Students must answer one out of two questions from each module. Each question carries 20
marks.
03.502 INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT (TA) 2 –10
Module I
Evolution of Scientific Management and Industrial Engineering. Functions of Management  Brief description
of each function. System concept.
Types of Organisation structures such as line, staff, functional, project and matrix organisations.
Types of companies and their formation.
Personal Management  Objectives and functions  Recruitment, Selection, Training and Induction concepts and
Techniques.
Accounting and financial Management  Principles of double entryPreparation of Financial statements
Budget and budgetary controlProfitVolume analysis.
Module II
Facilities Planning  Factors to be considered in site selection, layout planning, plant layout, Systematic layout
planning, computerized layout planning techniques.
Introduction to Material Handling Principles.
Work studyMethods study and Time Measurement, Steps in methods improvementUse of chart and diagrams.
Performance rating and Methods  Types of Allowances, computation of basic time and Standard time 
Examples.
Wages and IncentivesSystem of Wage Incentive Plans, Job evaluation and Merit rating.
Module III
Industrial relations Fatigue and methods of eliminating fatigue.
Industrial disputesSettlement Machinerycollective bargainingTrade unionsWorkers participation in
Industries in Indian context.
Labour welfare and social securityIndustrial safetyMethods and Techniques.
Production Planning and ControlFunctions and Objectivesjob, batch, mass and continuous production
Economic lot size, Routing, Scheduling, Dispatching and Follow up. Materials Management – Importance,
Inventory, Types of systems, selective inventory control techniques.
Quality EngineeringQuality controlQuality Vs. Cost concept, Control chart for variables and attributes
Introduction to ISO9000 series(2000 version), ISO 14000 (2000 version) and Total Quality Management,
Quality Information systems, Bench marking and Documentation.
Introduction to Marketing and its Environment  Marketing concept, Marketing mix.
References:
1. M. A. Sahaf :
Management Accounting Principles & Practices,
Vikas Publications Pvt. Ltd.
2. Grant and Levenworth :
Statistical Quality Control
, TMH
3. Krafewski:
Operations Management,
Pearson Education 6
Edn.
t h
4. Introduction to Work Study – ILO
71
5. Besterfield :
Total Quality Management,
Pearson Education.
6. Richard L Francis & John A White:
Facility Layout & Location,
Prentice Hall
7. Kotler:
Marketing Management,
Pearson Education.
8. Roger G Schroedu:
Operations Management,
Mc Graw Hill.
9. Monappa :
Industrial Relations,
TMH
10. Stephen P Robbins, David A Decenyo:
Fundamentals of Management,
Pearson Education.
Question Paper
: The question paper shall consist of two parts. Part I is to cover the entire syllabus, and carries
40 marks. This shall contain 10 compulsory questions of 4 marks each. Part II is to cover 3 modules, and carries
60 marks. There shall be 3 questions from each module (10 marks each) out of which 2 are to be answered.
03.503 LINEAR INTEGRATED CIRCUITS (TA) 210
Module I
Operational Amplifiers, ideal opamp parameters, inverting and noninverting amplifier, summing amplifier,
integrator, differentiator, Differential amplifiers, Instrumentation amplifiers, V to I and I to V converters,
Comparators, precision rectifiers, logantilog amplifiers, oscillators Phaseshift,WeinBridge, multivibrators
Astable,Monostable, Schmitt Trigger, Square and triangular waveform generator. Non ideal opamp. Effect of
finite open loop gain, bandwidth and slew rate on circuit performance.
Module II
Simplified internal circuit of 74I opamp. DC & AC analysis ,Gain and frequency response.
Filters: Butterworth Ist order Low pass, high pass, bandpass and band elimination. Biquadratic filter (single op
amp with finite gain non invertingSallen and key) of Low pass, High pass, Band pass and Band elimination
filters.TowThomas filters.Filters using Antonios gyrator. Switched capacitor Resistor, Ist order SC filter, IInd
order SC filter based on TowThomas.
D/A converters: Weighted resistor, R2R network, DAC 0808.
A/D converter: Dual slope, Counter ramp, Successive approximation, flash ADC, ADC 0801.
Module III
Voltage Regulators – IC 723 and its Applications, Current boosting, short circuit and fold back protection.
Three terminal regulators, Dual tracking regulators – switching regulators.
PLL – principle IC 565 –Analysis of lock range and capture range. Applications of PLL.
Waveform generators –IC 8038. IC power amplifiers IC 380. Comparator IC 311.Timer IC 555 Principle and
its application (Astable and Monostable)
Text books
1. Gayakwad :
OpAmps and Linear Integrated Circuits
, PHI /Pearson Education, 4 ed.
2. K R Botkar :
Integrated Circuits
, Khanna Publishers.
References:
1. Roy Chowdhary:
Linear Integrated Circuits
, New Age International.
2. Sergio Franco, Design with Amplifiers and Analog Integrated Circuits, TMH, 3 ed.
Question Paper
The question paper shall consist of two parts. Part I is to cover the entire syllabus, and carries 40 marks. This
shall contain 10 compulsory questions of 4 marks each. Part II is to cover 3 modules, and carries 60 marks.
There shall be 3 questions from each module (10 marks each) out of which 2 are to be answered.
03.504 COMPUTER ORGANIZATION (TA) 210
Module I
Performance Measures and Comparison. SPEC95 Benchmarks and performances. Instruction Set design
principles Classification of Instruction Set Architecture, Memory Addressing, Operations in the instruction set.
Type and size of Operands Encoding an Instruction Set. Basic DLX Addressing methods. Operation of
Computer hardware Operands of Computer hardware. Representation of Instructions in Computer. Instructions
for making decision. Supporting Procedure in computer hardware. Instruction Operations on character Strings.
Computer Arithmetic signed and unsigned Numbers. Addition Subtraction. Logical Operations, Construction of
ALU, Integer Multiplication and Division. Floating Point Representation, Floating Point Addition and
Multiplication.
Module II
Data Path and Control Single Cycle and Multi cycle Implementation Schemes, Fetch, Decode, Execution,
Memory Access, Memory Read and Write. Design of control unit  hardwired & microprogrammed.
Microprogramming Exceptions and Exception handling. Pipelining overview of Pipelining, Pipelined data
path, Pipelined Control, Data hazards and forwarding, Data hazards and stalls, Control hazards, Branch hazards,
Exceptions. Super scalar and Dynamic pipelining.
72
Module III
Memory Hierarchy Cache design, Data and Instruction Caches, Replacement Policies, Cache Performance,
Multilevel Caches, Main memory, Memory Interleaving. Virtual Memory, Design of Virtual Memory,
Protection of Virtual Memory. I/O Design Performance Measures, Buses, Interfacing I/O to Processor.
Interrupts and Direct Memory Access. Multiprocessors: Multiprocessors connected by single bus, Cache
Coherence, Message Passing Multiprocessors, Clusters.
Text Books:
1. David A Patterson and John L Hennessy:
Computer Organization and Design the hardware/software
interface
Morgan Kaufmann, 2nd Ed.
2. John L Hennessy and D Patterson :
Computer Architecture A Quantitative Approach
. Morgan
Kaufmann.
References:
1. John P Hayes:
Computer Architecture.
2.
Morris Mano:
Computer Architecture.
3. Hamacher:
Computer Organization.
Question Paper
The question paper shall consist of two parts. Part I is to cover the entire syllabus, and carries 40 marks. This
shall contain 10 compulsory questions of 4 marks each. Part II is to cover 3 modules, and carries 60 marks.
There shall be 3 questions from each module (10 marks each) out of which 2 are to be answered.
03.505 BASIC INSTRUMENTATION (A) 310
Module I
Generalized configurations of Instruments – Functional element, Analog and Digital modes, Null and deflection
methods, I/O configuration, Methods of correction. Generalised performance characteristics of Instruments –
Static characteristics  Calibration, Accuracy, Precision and bias. System accuracy calculation. Sensitivity,
linearity, threshold, resolution, hysterisis and dead space. Generalised static stiffners and Input impedance.
st
nd
Dynamic characteristics – Model, digital stimulation methods, transfer function. 1
and 2
order instruments.
Ramp response, Step response, Impulse response and frequency response of 1
and 2
order instruments. Dead
st
nd
time elements. Response of an Instrument to periodic and transient inputs. Determination of measurement
system parameters.
Module II
Measurement of resistance, inductance and capacitance using bridges  Wheatstone, Kelvin, Maxwell bridges.
Megger and Q meter. Electronic multimeter, vector voltmeter, vector impedance meter, Audio Power Meter, RF
power meter, True RMS Meter. Signal generators – Audio, sweep, pulse and RF signal generators. Frequency
synthesizer. Digital instruments  the basics of digital instruments, digital measurement of time interval, phase,
frequency, Digital LCR meter and digital voltmeter. Spectrum Analyzers and its applications. IEEE  488
General Purpose Interface Bus (GPIB) Instruments with application.
Module III
The cathode ray tube, Deflection amplifier, Resolution, Wave form display, Oscilloscope time  base, Dual trace
oscilloscope, Dual beam and split beam. Oscilloscope controlsmeasurements of voltage, frequency and phase,
pulse measurements, Lissajous figures, Z axis modulation, oscilloscope probes. Special oscilloscopes  Delayed
time base oscilloscope and controls, Analog Storage oscilloscope, Storage oscilloscope and controls, Sampling
oscilloscope, Digital storage oscilloscope  Operation, Analog to digital conversion and storage, digital memory,
digital  to analog conversion, DSO controls, DSO applications. Power Scopes – working and its application.
Distortion meter, Logic state analyser and its application.
Text Books:
1. Ernest Doebelin,
Measurement Systems
, 5
edn., McGraw Hill
th
2. Helfrick & Cooper,
Modern Electronic Instrumentation and Measurement Techniques
, PHI
3. D.A.Bell,
Electronic Instrumentation and Measurements
, PHI, 2003
References:
1. Clyde F Coombs, Jr. Electronic Instrument Hand book, 3
edn, 1999, Mc Graw Hill
rd
2. Joseph J. Carr,
Elements of Electronic Instrumentation and Measurements, 3/e, Pearson Education India
Question Paper
The question paper shall consist of two parts. Part I is to cover the entire syllabus, and carries 40 marks. This
shall contain 10 compulsory questions of 4 marks each. Part II is to cover 3 modules, and carries 60 marks.
There shall be 3 questions from each module (10 marks each) out of which 2 are to be answered.
03.506 (1) (Elective –I) NETWORK SYNTHESIS (TA) 310
Module I (Quantitative Approach)
73
Network functions, Poles and zeros, driving point functions, positive real functions and properties. Synthesis
operation, RC network functions, properties, Foster form of RC Networks.
RL and LC Network functions, Foster form of RL and LC Network. Cauer form of RC, RL and LC Network.
Module II (Quantitative Approach)
Introduction to approximation – method of cut and try. Break point approximation, Network function factors,
Combination of factors, Straight line asymplots. Synthesis & LC ladder, RC ladder – synthesis of RC parallel
ladders.
Module III (Quantitative Approach)
Butterworth polynomial response, Chebyshev polynomial Frequency transformations, image parameters for
symmetrical lattices and constant resistance lattices. Design of filters with resistive termination – ladder
equivalent of lattice filters – Design of composite filters.
References:
1. Van Valkenburg :
Introduction to Modern Network Synthesis
, John Wiley.
2. G Daryanani :
Principles of Active Network Synthesis and Design,
John Wiley.
3. Van Valkenburg :
Analog Filter Design
, Oxford University Press
Question Paper
The question paper shall consist of two parts. Part I is to cover the entire syllabus, and carries 40 marks. This
shall contain 10 compulsory questions of 4 marks each. Part II is to cover 3 modules, and carries 60 marks.
There shall be 3 questions from each module (10 marks each) out of which 2 are to be answered.
03.506 (2) (Elective –I) DATA STRUCTURES USING C++ (TA) 310
Module I (Quantitative Approach)
Abstract data types and data structures, classes and objects, complexity of algorithms, worst case, average case
and amortised complexity. Lists, Stacks. Queues implementation. Garbage collection, hash tables and hashing
techniques, collision resolution techniques.
Module II (Quantitative Approach)
Trees Binary trees, Traversal, operations. Binary search trees, decision trees, AVL Trees, Splay trees, redblack
trees, B Trees, Tries operation on tries.
Module III (Quantitative Approach)
Graphs Representation and operations. Shortest path algorithms, Minimum spanning tree algorithm, Depth first
search, Breadth first search, Binary decision diagrams.
Text Book :
1. AV Aho and J D Ullman et al:
Data Structures and Algorithms
, Addison Wesley
References:
1. Robert Kruse et al:
Data Structures and Program Design in C
, PHI
2. D samenta:
Classic Data structures
, PHI
3. Richard F Gilburg, B A Frouzan:
Data Structure: A Pseudocode Approach with C++
, Thomson Learning.
Question Paper
The question paper shall consist of two parts. Part I is to cover the entire syllabus, and carries 40 marks. This
shall contain 10 compulsory questions of 4 marks each. Part II is to cover 3 modules, and carries 60 marks.
There shall be 3 questions from each module (10 marks each) out of which 2 are to be answered.
03.506 (3) (Elective –I) PROBABILITY & RANDOM PROCESSES (TA) 310
Module I (Quantitative Approach)
Introduction – Basic concepts – Random experiments & events – Elementary Theorems – Probabilistic
Modeling – Histograms – Transformations – Moments – Reliability and failure rates – Transforms of PDF –
Tail inequalities  A vector Random variable – The sets – Joint CDF & Joint PDF Conditional Probabilities &
Densities – Independence.
Transformations – Expectation, Covariance & correlation coefficient – Joint distributions.
Module II (Quantitative Approach)
Introduction to estimation – MMSE estimation – Linear prediction – Dow Jones example – Maximum
likelihood estimation. Sequences of Random variables – IID Random variables – Sums & Random sums – weak
law and strong law of large numbers – central limit theorem – convergence of sequences – Borel Cantilli
Lemmas.
Random processes – Joint CDF and PDF – Expectation, Auto covariance & Correlation functions – continuity,
Derivatives and Integrals – Ergodicity  Kaurnen Loeve Expansions – Poisson & Gaussian Random Processes.
Module III (Quantitative Approach)
Processing of Random Processes – PSD function – Response of linear systems – optimal linear estimation –
74
Kalman filter – periodo grams – Markov chains – Discrete & continuous time Markov chains. Spectral
estimation – Ergodicity – Extrapolation – Mean Square estimation – Prediction – Filtering and Prediction.
Queueing theory.
Text Books :
1. Yannis Viniotis :
Probability & Random Processes for Electrical Engineers,
McGraw Hill.
2. Papoulis :
Probability, Random Variables & Stochastic Processes,
3
Edn., McGraw Hill.
r d
Reference :
1. Jorge I Aunon, V. Chandrasekar:
Introduction to Probability & Random Processes
, McGraw Hill
Question Paper
The question paper shall consist of two parts. Part I is to cover the entire syllabus, and carries 40 marks. This
shall contain 10 compulsory questions of 4 marks each. Part II is to cover 3 modules, and carries 60 marks.
There shall be 3 questions from each module (10 marks each) out of which 2 are to be answered.
03.506 (4)
(Elective –I) JAVA & INTERNET PROGRAMMING (TA) 310
Module I
Introduction to Internet TCP/IP overview. Web server. Web page development using basic HTML scripts.
Introduction to Java programming – object oriented programming concepts, java virtual machine, security, java
compilers, jdk, java applets, java and internet, web browsers, java interaction with web. Declaration of
constants, variables and data types, Java programs for arithmetic operations. Java programs of control and
conditional statements, arrays, strings etc. & Java threads.
Module II
Applet programming concepts – Building applet code – Creating executable code for applets. Adding applet to
HTML file. GUI programming with Java AWT class. Graphics programming with Java – simple programs for
drawing lines, rectangles, ellipse, polygon etc., simple program for creating animation with java. Event handling
(handling of mouse events) simple programs. Program for displaying image files.
Module III
Managing input output files using java I/O class. Simple programs for reading and writing files. Exception
Handling.
Socket programming with java. TCP and UDP client server programming. Introduction to JDBC.
References:
1. E. Balaguruswami :
Programming with Java A Primer.
2. Bruce Eckel :
Thinking in Java
, Pearson Education.
3. Dietel and Dietel :
Java How to Program
.
Question Paper
The question paper shall consist of two parts. Part I is to cover the entire syllabus, and carries 40 marks. This
shall contain 10 compulsory questions of 4 marks each. Part II is to cover 3 modules, and carries 60 marks.
There shall be 3 questions from each module (10 marks each) out of which 2 are to be answered.
03.506 (5) (Elective –I) DIGITAL SYSTEMS DESIGN (TA) 310
Module I
(Quantitative Approach)
Introduction to combinational modules and modular networks. Standard combinational modules, design of
arithmetic modules. Implementation of combinational systems with ROM’s and PLA’s. Comparison with other
approaches. Implementation of multimodule combinational systems – decoder networks, Mux trees, demux
network, encoder network, shifter network and barrel shifters.
Module II (Quantitative Approach)
Introduction to digital systems. Synchronous and asynchronous – state diagram, state names, mealy and moore
machines, binary description. Time behaviour of sync. sequential systems. Minimisation of no. of states.
Specification of various types of sequential system.
Module III (Quantitative Approach)
Canonical implementation – analysis and synthesis of networks in the canonical implementation. Flip flop
modules and networks. Modular sequential networks. Standard sequential modules. Registers – shift register.
Counters – RAM – content addressable memories and programmable sequential arrays (PSA) – Design of
sequential systems with small number of standard modules – state register and combinational networks – RAM
and combinational networks – SR and combinational networks. Multimodule implementation of sequential
systems – Multimodule registers – Shift registers and RAMs – Multimodule counters – Sequential arrays –
Introduction to hardware / Firmware algorithms.
References :
1. Milos D. Ercegovac, Tomas Lang:
Digital Systems and Hardware / Firmware Algorithm
, John Wiley
2. William I Fletcher:
An Engineering Approach to Digital Design
, Prentice Hall.
75
3. Hayes:
Digital System Design and Microprocessors
, Mc Graw Hill.
4. John B Peatman:
Digital Hardware Design
, Mc Graw Hill.
Question Paper
The question paper shall consist of two parts. Part I is to cover the entire syllabus, and carries 40 marks. This
shall contain 10 compulsory questions of 4 marks each. Part II is to cover 3 modules, and carries 60 marks.
There shall be 3 questions from each module (10 marks each) out of which 2 are to be answered.
03.506 (6) (Elective –I) LOGIC SYNTHESIS (TA) 310
Module I
(Quantitative Approach)
Introduction to Computer Aided Logic Synthesis and Optimization. Circuit Models. Architectural and Logic
Synthesis and Optimization. Testing and Verification. Graphs and Data Structures Introduction. Directed and
Undirected Graphs. Perfect Graphs. Combinatorial Optimization. Graph Optimization Problem and Algorithms.
Boolean Algebra and Applications. Boolean function representation. Satisfiability and Cover. Data structures for
graphs, Binary Decision Diagrams(BDD), OBDD, ROBDD, logic networks. Two level Synthesis and
Optimization Logic Optimization Principles. Operations on Two Level Logic Covers. Algorithms for Logic
Minimization: Expand, Reduce, irredundand, Essentials, The ESPRESSO Minimizer. Symbolic Minimization
and Encoding Problems. Minimization of Boolean Relations.
Module II (Quantitative Approach)
Multiple Level Combinational Logic Optimization Introduction, Models and Transformation for Combinational
Networks. Optimization of Logical Networks. Transformations for Logical Networks, The Algorithmic
Approach to MultipleLevel Logic Optimization. The Algebraic model, Substitution, Extracting and Algebraic
Kernels, decomposition. The Boolean Model, Don’t care conditions and their computations, Boolean
simplification and substitution. Other optimization algorithms using boolean transformation. Synthesis of
Testable Networks, Algorithms for delay evaluation and optimization, Delay modeling, Detection of false paths,
Algorithms and Transformation for delay optimization. Rule based systems for Logic Optimization
Module III (Quantitative Approach)
Sequential Logic Optimization Introduction. Sequential circuit Optimization using Statebased models, State
minimization, State encoding, Other optimization methods and recent developments. Sequential circuit
optimization using Network models, Retiming, Synchronous circuit optimization by retiming and logic
Transformations, Don’t care conditions in Synchronous Networks. Implicit Finitestate machine traversal
methods, state extraction, Implicit state minimization. Testability considerations for synchronous circuits.
References:
1. Giovanni De Micheli:
Synthesis and Optimization of Digital Circuits
, McGrawHill.
2. Frederick J Hill, GR Peterson:
Computer Aided Logical Design with Emphasis on VLSI
, 4 ed, Wiley.
Question Paper
The question paper shall consist of two parts. Part I is to cover the entire syllabus, and carries 40 marks. This
shall contain 10 compulsory questions of 4 marks each. Part II is to cover 3 modules, and carries 60 marks.
There shall be 3 questions from each module (10 marks each) out of which 2 are to be answered.
03.506 (7) (Elective –I) ELECTRONIC PRODUCT DESIGN (TA) 310
Module I
Definition of a product, Product Classification, New Product development process. Product design
methodology, Product planning, data collection. Creativity techniques. Elements of aesthetics. Ergonomics.
Control panel organization. Electronic systems and needs. Physical integration of circuits, packages, boards and
full electronic systems. Introduction to reliability, Reliability considerations in electronic products, Effect of
reliability on product design and pricing.
Module II
Packaging levels; electrical design considerations – power distribution, signal integrity and parasitics.
Wireability issues. CAD for Printed Wiring Boards (PWBs); PWB Technologies, MCMs, flexible and 3D
packages.
Module III
Recent trends in manufacturing like microvias and sequential buildup circuits. Joining methods in electronics
solders and their alternates. Surface Mount technology and assembly; other advanced chip connection methods.
Thermal management of PWBs, Electrical test.
Introduction to product support documentation, classifications, Influencing factors. Design of brochures,
contents of brochures.
Text Books:
1. Ernest J Mccormick:
Human Factors in Engg. And Design
, McGraw Hill Co. Ed.
76
2. Rao R. Tummala:
Fundamentals of Microsystems Packaging
, Mc Graw Hill, N Y 2001
References:
1. Flurschiem CH:
Industrial Design and Engg.
, Design Council, London and Springer Verlag, 1983
2. Web based Current literature, IEEE Press 1999.
Question Paper :
The question paper shall consist of two parts. Part I is to cover the entire syllabus, and carries
40 marks. This shall contain 10 compulsory questions of 4 marks each. Part II is to cover 3 modules, and carries
60 marks. There shall be 3 questions from each module (10 marks each) out of which 2 are to be answered.
03.507 DIGITAL ELECTRONICS LAB (TA) 004
1. Characteristics of TTL and CMOS gates.
2. Realization of logic circuits using TTL / CMOS (NAND / NOR) gates.
3. Arithmetic circuits  Half adder, Full adder, 4 bit adder/subtractor, BCD adder7483 circuits.
4. Astable and Monostable multivibrators using TTL/CMOS gates and 555.
5. Realization of RS, T, D, JK and Master Slave flipflops using gates.
6. Shift Registers, ring counter and Johnson counter (using gates and 7495)
7. Counters, up/down counters (asynchronous & synchronous) using flip flops.
8. Counter ICs, Sequence generator.
9. BCD to Decimal and BCD to 7 segment decoder & display
10. Multiplexers, Demultiplexers using gates and ICs.
11. Realisation of combinational circuits using MUX & Demux.
12. Astable & Monostable using 74123.
13. Introduction to VHDL
Note:
For University examination, the following guidelines should be followed regarding award of marks
(a) Circuit and design 25%
(b) Result & Performance 50%
(c) Viva voce 25%
Practical examination to be conducted covering entire syllabus given above.
03.508 MEASUREMENTS & INSTRUMENTATION LAB (A) 004
1.
Op amp measurements : input offset voltage, input offset current, open loop gain, common mode input
resistance, slew rate, CMRR, full power band width comparison of different classes of opamps (2 expts)
2.
Op Amp basic circuits, Multivibrators and Oscillators
3.
Universal active filters using OpAmps (741, 747, 324)
4.
ADC & DAC using ICs.
5.
Instrumentation amplifier & differential amplifiers measurements
6.
Transducer measurements.
a. Diode thermometer
b. LVDT
c. Strain gauge.
d. Pressure transducer.
e. Thermocouple & RTDS
f. Photocells
7.
Voltage regulators, ICs  LM 723,78XX, 79XX family.
8.
Measurement of level , distance & vibration
9.
Calibration of pressure gauges, temperature transmitter, E to P converter, differential pressure transmitter
10.
Phase locked loops, frequency to voltage converter, voltage to frequency converter
11.
Programmable logic controllers – ladder diagrams
12.
PC based data acquisition system
13.
PC based control of robotic actions
14.
Study of simulation of above circuits using MATLAB / SIMULINK or any other software packages
available.
Note
For University examination, the following guidelines should be followed regarding award of marks
(a) Circuit and design 25%
(b) Result & Performance 50%
(c) Viva voce 25%
77
Practical examination to be conducted covering entire syllabus given above.
03.601 DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING (TA) 3 10
Module I (Quantitative Approach)
DSP & its benefits – Key DSP operations – Real world applications of DSP – Applications in Audio,
Telecommunication & Biomedical. Sampling of continuous time signals – Antialiasing filters – Reconstruction
filters. DFT – DFT & its properties – Linear filtering methods – Computation of DFT – FFT Algorithms and
Applications  Quantization effects in the computation of DFT.
Module II (Quantitative Approach)
Digital filter structures, Block diagram & signal flow graph representation – Basic FIR & IIR structures – State
Space Structures – All pass filters. Digital filter design – IIR filter design – Impulse invariance & Bilinear
methods – FIR filter design based on window methods (Truncated fourier series, Bartlett, Blackman, Hanning,
Hamming, Kaiser) & frequency sampling approach.
Module III (Quantitative Approach)
Adaptive digital filter – basic concepts and applications.
Quantization & Round off effects in digital filters.
Multirate DSP – Sampling rate alteration devices – Filters – Design of decimator and Interpolator. Digital Signal
Processors – Architectures for signal processing – General purpose processors – Special purpose DSP
hardwares. Application and design studies – Evaluation boards for real time signal processing – Detection of
fetal heart beats, Equalization of digital audio signals – Spectral analysis of audio signals, Transmultiplexers,
Multitone transmission of digital data.
Text Books
1. Module I Ref (1), (2) & (3) ; Module II Ref (1), (2), (3) & (4); Module III Ref (1) & (3)
References
1. Sanjith K.Mitra :
Digital Signal Processing,
2
edn., Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi.
nd
rd
2. John G Proakis, Dimitris G Manolakis 
Digital Signal Processing
, 3
ed., Prentice Hall of India,
New Delhi.
3. Emmanuel C. Ifeachor, Barrie W. Jervis:
Digital Signal Processing
, 2
edn., Pearson Education / PHI
nd
4. A V Oppenheim & Ronald W.Schafer:
Discrete Time Signal Processing
, 2
edn., Prentice Hall of
nd
India, New Delhi.
5. Ramesh Babu P.,
Digital Signal Processing
, Scitech Publications (India) Pvt.Ltd.
6. Steven W Smith :
The
Scientist and Engineer’s Guide to Digital Signal Processing
, California
Technical Publishing, San Diego, California.
Question Paper
The question paper shall consist of two parts. Part I is to cover the entire syllabus, and carries 40 marks. This
shall contain 10 compulsory questions of 4 marks each. Part II is to cover 3 modules, and carries 60 marks.
There shall be 3 questions from each module (10 marks each) out of which 2 are to be answered.
03.602 MICROPROCESSORS (TA) 310
Module 1
General architecture of a microprocessor, hardware architecture of 8086, addressing modes, instruction set,
instruction templates, instruction execution timing.
Assembly language programming, programming examples. Modular programming – Assembler instruction
format, Different programming models, Assembler directives and operators, Assembly process, Linking and
relocation, stacks, procedures, interrupt routines, macros.
Module II
8086 hardware design  Bus structure, bus buffering and latching, system bus timing with diagram, memory
(RAM and ROM) interfacing, memory address decoding, I/O interfacing – serial and parallel I/O, Programmed
I/O, Interrupts and their processing, interrupt driven I/O.
Minimum and maximum mode configurations of 8086, 8087 coprocessor architecture and configuration.
Comparative study of 80386, Pentium Architecture and 68000 Processors.
Module III
Study of support chips – 8255 – Programmable peripheral interface, 8251 – Universal synchronous
Asynchronous Receiver Transmitter, 8259 – Programmable Interrupt controller, 8279 – Programmable
Keyboard / Display Interface, 8257 – Programmable DMA Controller, 8288 – Bus controller, 8253 –
Programmable Interval Timer, 8086 based system architecture and design with these support chips.
Text Books:
1. Douglas V. Hall :
Microprocessors and Interfacing
, TMH, New Hill
78
2. Barry B Bray :
The Intel Microprocessor 8086/80866, 80186/80188, 80236, 80386, 80486, Pentium
and Pentium Pro
, Pearson Education Asia.
References :
1. Peter Abel :
IBM PC Assembly Language Programming
, PHI.
2. M. Rafiquzzaman :
Microprocessor Theory and Application,
PHI.
3. Yu Chen Liu & Glenn A Gibson :
Microcomputer Systems; The 8086/8088 Family
, PHI, New Delhi.
Question Paper
: The question paper shall consist of two parts. Part I is to cover the entire syllabus, and
carries 40 marks. This shall contain 10 compulsory questions of 4 marks each. Part II is to cover 3 modules, and
carries 60 marks. There shall be 3 questions from each module (10 marks each) out of which 2 are to be
answered.
03.603 POWER ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS (A) 210
Module I
Power diodes characteristics, power diode types, series and parallel connected diodes, diode circuits and
rectifiers diodes with RC RL LC and RLC loads, three phase bridge. Thyristors – characteristics, twotransistor
model, turn on and turn off, thyristor types, firing circuits, Thyristor commutation techniques natural and forced
commutation different types. Power transistors Power BJT, Power MOSFET, SIT and IGBT, steady state and
switching characteristics of BJT and Power MOS. drive requirements and design of simple drive circuits for
power BJT, MOSFET and IGBT. Spice models of the power devices
Module II
Controlled rectifiers principle of phase controlled converter operation Single phase and three phase semi
converters, full converters, and dual converters, power factor improvements, design of converter circuits,
Effects of load and source inductances. AC voltage controllers Principle of onoff and phase angle control,
single phase controllers with resistive and inductive loads, three phase half wave and full wave controllers,
cycloconverters
Module III
DC choppers – principle of step down & step up operations – step down chopper with RL load, Class A, B, C, D
& E choppers. Switched mode regulators – Buck, Boost, BuckBoost and buck regulators. Derived convertors –
Forward, pushpull, Half Bridge and Full bridge converters, SMPS – Design of DCDC converters with PWM
IC (TL494). Switched mode inverters – principles of PWM switching schemes for square wave and sine wave
output. Battery charging circuits, UPS – working principle and design (Online and offline). Motor drives –
separately excited DC motor drives, v/f control for induction motors.
Text Books:
1. Md. H.Rashid, Power Electronics: Circuits, Devices and Applications 2nd edition, Prentice Hall of India
2. Ned Mohan et. al. , Power Electronics : Converters, Applications and Design, John Wiley and Sons.
3. Jai P. Agrawal, Power electronic Systems: Theory and Design, Pearson Education
References:
1.
Michael Jacob,
Power Electronics Principle and Application, Thomson Delmar Series
2. P.C Sen. Modern Power Electronics, Wheeler Publishers
Question Paper
: The question paper shall consist of two parts. Part I is to cover the entire syllabus, and
carries 40 marks. This shall contain 10 compulsory questions of 4 marks each. Part II is to cover 3 modules, and
carries 60 marks. There shall be 3 questions from each module (10 marks each) out of which 2 are to be
answered.
03.604 TRANSDUCERS & MEASUREMENT SYSTEMS (A) 210
Module I
Mechanical transducers (Principle, working and types) – Temperature – Pressure – Force – Torque – Density –
Level – Viscosity – Flow – displacement to pressure  Vibration  Seismic – Gyroscope. Active electrical
transducers (Principle, working and types) – Thermoelectric – Piezo electric – Magnetostrictive – Hall effect –
Electromechanical – Photoelectric – Ionization – Digital – Electro chemical.
Module II
Passive electrical transducers (Principle, working and types)  Resistive – Inductive – capacitive. Feedback
transducer systems – Inverse transducers – force and torque balance – current, Heat flow, voltage and
temperature balances. Ultrasonic measurements – link – Transmitters and Receivers – Principles of ultrasonic
transmission – Examples of ultrasonic measurement systems. Display and Recording systems – Data loggers –
Analog indicators – Digital readout systems – Analog recorders – Magnetic tape recorders – UV and closed loop
recorders – Digital printers.
Module III
79
Applications of sensors – Measurement of angular acceleration, velocity and displacement – Measurement of linear
acceleration, velocity and displacement – Measurement of force and torque – Measurement of pressure and temperature.
Specialised Measurement systems – Flow measurement. Intrinsically safe measurement system. Heat transfer effects in
measurement systems. Measurement of Noise and Noise level meters. Measurement of field strength.
Text Books:
1) Module I Ref (1); Module II Ref (1) & (2); Module III (2) & (3)
Reference:
1. D. V. S. Murthy,
Transducers and Instrumentation
, PHI
rd
2. John P. Bentley,
Principles of Measurement Systems
, 3
edn., Pearson Education
3. Robert B. Northrop,
Introduction to Instrumentation and Measurements
, 1997, CRC Press
4. Ernest Doebelin,
Measurement Systems
, 5
edn., McGraw Hill
t h
Question Paper
The question paper shall consist of two parts. Part I is to cover the entire syllabus, and carries 40 marks. This
shall contain 10 compulsory questions of 4 marks each. Part II is to cover 3 modules, and carries 60 marks.
There shall be 3 questions from each module (10 marks each) out of which 2 are to be answered.
03.605 CONTROL SYSTEM THEORY (A) 210
Module I (Quantitative approach)
Modeling of dynamic systems – Control Systems – Mechanical, Electrical and Electronic Systems – Signal flow
graphs – Linearization of nonlinear models. Mathematical modeling of Fluid systems and Thermal systems.
Transient and steady state response analysis of first and second order systems. Root locus analysis – Plots –
Rules for construction – Positive feedback and conditionally stable systems.
Module II (Quantitative approach)
Routh’s stability criterion. Frequency response analysis – Bode diagrams – Polar plots – Nyquist stability –
Stability analysis – Relative stability – Unity feed back systems.
Module III (Quantitative approach)
Control system design by frequency response – Lead, Lag and Leglead compensation. PID controls – Tuning
rules of PID controllers – optimal sets of parameter values – Modifications of PID control schemes. Two degree
of freedom control. Zero placement Approach and design.
Text Book:
1. Katsuhiko Ogata,
Modern Control Engineering
, 4
edn, Pearson Education, 2002
th
References:
1. Benjamin .C Kuo,
Automatic Control Systems
, 7
Edn. Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi
t h
2. Norman S Nise,
Control System Engineering,
Addison Wesley
.
t h
3. Richard C Dorf and Robert H Bishop
Modern Control System.
9
ed., Pearson Education, 2001
4. Dean Fredrick & Joe Chow
Feedback Control Problems using MATLAB,
Addison Wesley, Brooks/
cole.
5. Graham C. Goodwin,
Control System Design
, Pearson Education, 2001.
6. Bandyopadya –
Control Engineering
 PHI
Question Paper
The question paper shall consist of two parts. Part I is to cover the entire syllabus, and carries 40 marks. This
shall contain 10 compulsory questions of 4 marks each. Part II is to cover 3 modules, and carries 60 marks.
There shall be 3 questions from each module (10 marks each) out of which 2 are to be answered.
Assignment for Sessional marks shall be problems based on MATLAB / any other software packages covering
the syllabus.
03.606 (1) (ELECTIVE – II ) DESIGNING WITH VHDL (TA) 310
Module I
Identifiers, data objects, Data types, and operators in VHDL. Entity declaration. Architecture modeling 
structural, behavioral & data flow. Constant, signal, aliases, and variable assignments. Conditional statements –
if ..then ..else , when..else, with select , and case statements. Loop statements – for, while, loop, and generate
statements. exit, next, block, assertion, and report statements. Generics. Configurations  specification
declaration, default rules, conversion functions, instantiation, and incremental binding.
Module II
Subprograms  functions and procedures, operator overloading. Packages and libraries – package declaration,
package body, design of file, design of libraries. Attributes  user defined and predefined. Introduction to test
bench generation –waveform generation, wait statement, text file reading and dumping results in text file.
Testing – fault models, different faults. Fault simulation ATPG, DFT, boundary scan, and BIST
80
Module III
Topdown design, FSM implementation in VHDL  design issues in synchronous machinesclock skew, gating
the clock, asynchronous inputs. synchronizer failure, metastability resolution time, reliable synchronizer design.
Moore & Melay machines. State encoding, interacting state machines. Introduction to CPLD, FPGA & design
with CPLD and FPGA.
Text Books:
1. Kevin Skahill.:
VHDL for Programmable Logic
, Addison & Wesley.
2. John F. Wakerly:
Digital Design Principles and Practices,
PHI.
3. J Bhasker :
VHDL Primer
, Pearson Education.
References:
nd
1. Nawabi.:
VHDL  Analysis and Modelling of Digital Systems
., 2
ed., Mc Graw Hill.
2. Douglas Perry:
VHDL
, Mc Graw Hill.
3. VHDL, IEEE Standard Reference Manual.
Question Paper
The question paper shall consist of two parts. Part I is to cover the entire syllabus, and carries 40 marks. This
shall contain 10 compulsory questions of 4 marks each. Part II is to cover 3 modules, and carries 60 marks.
There shall be 3 questions from each module (10 marks each) out of which 2 are to be answered. (60%
weightage to be given to programming.)
03.606 (2) (ELECTIVE – II ) LINEAR ALGEBRA & APPLICATIONS IN ELECTRONICS (TA) 310
Module I (Quantitative Approach)
Linear Models in Engineering – Systems of linear equations, Row reduction and Echelon forms, Vector
equations, Matrix equation, Solution sets of linear systems, Linear independence, Linear transformation, Models
in Engineering, Matrix operations, Invertible Matrices, Partitioned Matrices, Matrix factorizations, Solutions of
linear systems, Leontief InputOutput Model, Application to Computer Graphics.
Module II (Quantitative Approach)
Determinants – Properties – Grame’s Rule, Volume and linear transformations. Vector spaces & Sub spaces,
Null & Column spaces, Linear transformations, Bases, Coordinate systems, dimension, Rank, Change of basis,
Application to difference equations and Markov Chains. Eigen values & Eigen Vectors – Characteristic
equation, diagonalization, linear transformations, complex Eigen values, discrete dynamical systems,
Application to differential equations.
Module III (Quantitative Approach)
Orthogonality & Least – squares – Inner product, length and orthogonality, Orthogonal sets & projections, Gram
– Schmidt Process, Least – Squares Problems, Inner product spaces, Applications of Inner Product spaces.
Symmetric Matrices & quadratic forms – Constrained optimization, singular value decomposition, Application
to Image processing. Numerical TechniquesGaussianelimination,LU decomposition,Practical difficulties in
solving equations,Iterative methods for solving linear equations.
Text Books :
David C Lay :
Linear Algebra and its Applications
, 2
nd
Edn., Peason Education Asia
Gareth Williams
: Linear Algebra with Applications,
4
Edn., Jones & Bartlett, Mathematics.
t h
Arch W.Naylor R.Sell:
Linear operator Theory
, Vol 40 , Springer
Question Paper
The question paper shall consist of two parts. Part I is to cover the entire syllabus, and carries 40 marks. This
shall contain 10 compulsory questions of 4 marks each. Part II is to cover 3 modules, and carries 60 marks.
There shall be 3 questions from each module (10 marks each) out of which 2 are to be answered.
03.606 (3) (ELECTIVE – II ) FUZZY SYSTEMS (TA) 310
Module I (Quantitative Approach)
Introduction to Fuzzy sets and systems. Basics of fuzzy sets, membership function, support of a fuzzy set, height
 Normalised fuzzy set,  cuts (decomposition of a fuzzy set), set theoretic definitions on fuzzy sets,
complement, intersection and union equality, subsethood  basic definition based on membership functions. The
law of the excluded middle and law of contradiction on fuzzy sets. Properties of fuzzy sets operations (logical
proof only). Extension of fuzzy sets concepts  type2 and level 2 fuzzy sets  examples.
81
Module II (Quantitative Approach)
Operations on fuzzy sets  intersection, algebraic sum  product, bounded sum  product, drastic sum product, t
norms and tconorms(s  norms) on fuzzy sets, typical parameterised t  norms and snorms(with simplified
proof). Extension principle and its applications. Fuzzy relation. Resolution form of a binary fuzzy relation.
Operations on fuzzy relations  projection, max.min. and min and max, compositions cylindric extension.
Similarity relations  Reflexivity, symmetry, transitivity. Further operations on fuzzy sets, concentration,
dilation, contrast intensification, linguistic hedges.
Module III (Quantitative Approach)
Logical operations on fuzzy sets – Negation – Conjunction, disjunction, implication, fuzzy inference. Block
diagram of a fuzzy logic system. Fuzzy rule base – simplification of compound rule base – fuzzy inference –
max. – min, man product, man drastic product, man bounded product. Defuzzification – Centre of gravity,
center of sums, weighted average etc. Fuzzy pattern recognitionFeature analysis, Partitions, Identification,
Multifeature recognition. Fuzzy control systems Review of control theory for fuzzy controls, Simple
controllers,General controllers,Stability,Models,Inverted pendulam,Aircraft landing control, Aircondioner
.
control
Text Books:
1. C.T Lin & C S George Lee:
Neural Fuzzy Systems
, Prentice Hall. (Module 1, 2, 3)
2. Ahamad M. Ibrahim :
Introduction to Applied Fuzzy Electronics
, PHI. (Module 3)
3. S. Rajasekharan, G A Vijayalakshmi Pai
: Neural Networks, Fuzzy logic and Genetic Algorithms,
PHI.
4. Timothy J. Ross, Fuzzy Logic with Engineering Applications, 2/e, McGraw Hill.
References:
1. Earl Cox:
Fuzzy Systems Handbook
, Associated Press
2. Klir and Yuan:
Fuzzy Sets and Fuzzy Logic
Theory and Applications
, Prentice Hall of India.
3. Bart Kosko:
Fuzzy Engineering
, Prentice Hall.
4. Bart Kosko:
Fuzzy Thinking
, Hooper Collins Publications.
5. Yen:
Fuzzy Logic: Intelligence, Control and Instrumentation
, Pearson Education, 2002
Question Paper
The question paper shall consist of two parts. Part I is to cover the entire syllabus, and carries 40 marks. This
shall contain 10 compulsory questions of 4 marks each. Part II is to cover 3 modules, and carries 60 marks.
There shall be 3 questions from each module (10 marks each) out of which 2 are to be answered.
03.606 (4) (ELECTIVE – II ) ANALOG CIRCUIT DESIGN (TA) 310
Module I
Basic MOS device physics, MOS I/V characteristics. MOS device layout, device capacitance, small signal
model.
Single stage MOS amplifiers –CS,CD,CG and cascode amplifiers ,gain and frequency response, class B and
class AB amplifiers.
Differential Amplifiers, MOS load, Current source, Current mirror , cascode load.
Noise in CS, CG, CD and Differential amplifiers.
Module II
MOS Operational Amplifiers, one stage cascode and folded cascode, two stage opamp, Common mode feed
back ,Input range limitation, Noise in Opamp, frequency compensation and slew rate in two stage Opamps.
Basic MOS Opamp design, opamp with output buffer, device sizes. Basic structure of operational Trans 
conductance amplifiersHigh speed MOS opamp ,MOS comparator, Analog MOS Multipliers  basic
principles.
Module III
CMOS Switch, sample and hold circuit, switched capacitor Integrator, Summing amplifiers, double Integrator
biquad, higher order SC filter  realization using first order and second order, CMOS charge scaling DAC,
Cyclic and pipeline DAC, CMOS charge distribution ADC, charge pump PLL, CMOS VCO, PFD using charge
pump, CMOS Voltage reference, Band gap voltage reference.
Text Books:
1. Behzad Razavi:
Design of Analog CMOS Integrated Circuits,
TMH 2002.
2. R Jacob Baker, Harry W. Li , David E Boyce
: CMOS Circuit Design, Lay out and Simulation
 IEEE
press, 2002.
Reference:
t h
K R Botkar :
Integrated Circuits,
10
edn. , Khanna Publishers
Question Paper
The question paper shall consist of two parts. Part I is to cover the entire syllabus, and carries 40 marks. This
shall contain 10 compulsory questions of 4 marks each. Part II is to cover 3 modules, and carries 60 marks.
There shall be 3 questions from each module (10 marks each) out of which 2 are to be answered.
82
03.606 (5) (ELECTIVE – II ) ELECTRONIC MATERIALS (TA) 310
Module I
Crystallography and crystalline Defects: Crystallography, Directions and planes, Crystalline defects, line
defects, Planar defects, Volume defects, Gettering in Si. Metallization and Phase Diagrams: Lever rule and
phase rule, Eutectic system, silicide metallization, Ternary phase diagrams, Metal Si & O
interactions.
2
Oxidation of silicides, Metal GaAs interaction, Stable Metallization for GaAs.
Module II
Reaction kinetics: Silicides, Aluminides and diffusion barrier, Silicide formation, AlPd
Si interactions, Al Au
2
interactions, diffusion barrier Alloy Si interactions. Use of band theory and occupation statistics to explain
existence and basic properties of metals and nonmetals, Optical absorption in SC, light emission from SC.
Binary IIIV compounds, Mixed crystals.
Module III
Applications of Electronic Materials – Microelectronics – microelectronic semiconductor devices. Opto
electronics – materials for opto electronic devices – Quantum electronics – superconducting materials –
applications of superconductors – Magnetic materials – Magnetic recording materials – electronic materials for
transducers – Sensors and actuators – electronic materials for radiation detection.
Text Book:
J W Mayer & S. S. Lau:
Electronic Material Science for Integrated Circuits in Si & GaAs,
PHI, 1990.
Reference :
D
. Jiles :
Introduction to the Electronic Properties of Materials,
Chapman & Hall. 1994.
Question Paper
The question paper shall consist of two parts. Part I is to cover the entire syllabus, and carries 40 marks. This
shall contain 10 compulsory questions of 4 marks each. Part II is to cover 3 modules, and carries 60 marks.
There shall be 3 questions from each module (10 marks each) out of which 2 are to be answered.
03.606 (6) (ELECTIVE – II ) GRAPH THEORY (TA) 310
Module I (Quantitative Approach)
Graphs – Application of graphs – Finite and Infinite graphs – Incidence and Degree – Isolated Vertex, Pendant
Vertex and Null Graph – Isomorphism – Sub graphs – Walks, Paths and Circuits – Connected Graphs,
Disconnected graphs and Components – Euler Graphs – Operations on Graphs – Hamiltonian Paths and
Circuits. Trees – Pendant Vertices in a Tree – Distance and Centers in a Tree – Rooted and Binary Trees – On
Counting Trees – Spanning Trees – Fundamental Circuits – Finding All Spanning Trees of a Graph – Spanning
Trees in a Weighted Graph. CutSets – All CutSets in a Graph – Fundamental Circuits and CutSets –
Connectivity and Separability – Network Flows – 1Isomorphism, 2Isomorphism.
Module II (Quantitative Approach)
Combinatorial and Geometric Graphs – Planar Graphs – Different Representations of a Planar Graph –
Detection of Planarity – Geometric Dual – Combinatorial Dual. Sets with one operation – sets with two
operations – Modular Arithmetic and Galois Fields – Vectors and Vector spaces – Vector space Associated with
a graph – Basis vectors of a graph – Circuit and Cutset subspaces – Orthogonal vectors and spaces. Incident
Matrix – Sub matrices of A(G) – Circuit Matrix – Fundamental Circuit Matrix and rank of B – CutSet Matrix –
Relationships among A
, B
and C
 Path Matrix – Adjacency Matrix.
f
f
f
Module III (Quantitative Approach)
Chromatic Number – Chromatic Partitioning – Chromatic Polynomial – Matchings – Coverings.
Directed Graph – Digraphs and Binary Relations – Directed Paths and Connectedness – Euler Digraphs – Trees
with Directed Edges – Fundamental Circuits in Digraphs – Matrices A, B and C of Digraphs – Adjacency
Matrix of a Digraph. Enumeration of Graphs – Counting Labeled Trees – Counting Unlabeled Trees. Contact
Networks – Analysis of Contact Networks – Synthesis of Contact Networks – Sequential Switching networks –
Unit cube and its graph Graphs in Coding Theory.
Text Book:
Narasingh Deo :
Graph Theory with Applications to Engineering and Computer Science
, PHI
Reference:
1. Harary
: Graph Theory
, Narosa Publishing House.
2. V K Balakrishnan
: Graph Theory
, Schaum’s Series.
3. Reinhard Diestel :
Graph Theory
, Springer – Verlag.
03.606 (7) (ELECTIVE – II ) ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE & EXPERT SYSTEMS (TA) 310
Module I
83
Definition  history and applications  propositional calculus  predicate calculus  inference rules  structures
and strategies for state space search  heuristic search algorithms  heuristics in games  complexity issues 
control and implementation of state space search  production systems  planning  the blackboard architecture
Introduction to understanding natural language  introduction to automated reasoning  introduction to machine
learning
Module II
Knowledge intensive problem solving  expert system technology  rulebased expert systems  model based
reasoning  case based reasoning  knowledge representation problem  reasoning with uncertain or incomplete
information  statistical approach  nonmonotonic systems  fuzzy sets  knowledge representation  languages 
issues  network representation  conceptual graphs  structured representation
Module III
Languages and programming techniques for AI  overview of LISP  search  higher order functions and
procedural abstractions  search strategies  pattern matching  recursion  interpreters  logic programming in
LISP  streams and delayed evaluation  expert system shell in LISP  network representations and inheritance 
CLOS
Text book:
Luger G.F. & Stubblefield W.A.,
Artificial Intelligence
, Addison Wesley
References:
1. Nilsson N.J.,
Artificial Intelligence  A New Synthesis
, Harcourt Asia Pte. Ltd
2. Elain Rich & Kevin Knight,
Artificial Intelligence
, Tata McGraw Hill
3. Tanimotto S.L.,
The Elements of Artificial Intelligence
, Computer Science Press
4. Winston P.H.,
LISP
, Addison Wesley
Question Paper
The question paper shall consist of two parts. Part I is to cover the entire syllabus, and carries 40 marks. This
shall contain 10 compulsory questions of 4 marks each. Part II is to cover 3 modules, and carries 60 marks.
There shall be 3 questions from each module (10 marks each) out of which 2 are to be answered.
03.607 INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS LAB (A) 002
LIST OF EXPERIMENTS
1. Linear Ramp Firing Circuits
2. Study of PWM IC TL 494
3. Battery charger
4. Step up DCDC converter
5. Push pull DC DC Converter
6. Application of optocoupler IC MCT2E
7. AC phase control circuit
8. Buck DCDC Converters
9. Simple SMPS
10. Half bridge and full bridge converters
11. Study of DC Drive
12. Regulation Characteristics of DC Drive
13. Basic Inverter Circuits
14. Basic Display Systems
Note
For University examination, the following guidelines should be followed regarding award of marks
(a) Circuit and design 25%
(b) Result & Performance 50%
(c) Viva voce 25%
Practical examination to be conducted covering entire syllabus given above.
03.608 MINI PROJECT ( TA) 004
Each student should conceive, design develop and realize an electronic product. The basic elements of product
design  the function ergonomics and aesthetics  should be considered while conceiving and designing the
product. The electronic part of the product should be an application of the analog & digital systems covered up
t h
to the 6
semester. The realization of the product should include design and fabrication of PCB. Study of PCB
design (single sided and double sided) may use any available software. The student should submit the report at
the end of the semester. The product should be demonstrated at the time of examination.
Note:
For University examination, the following guidelines should be followed regarding award of marks:
(a) Demonstration  30%
84
(b) Completeness and Novelty  30%
(c) Viva Voce  40%
03.609 ELECTRICAL MACHINES LABORATORY (A) 002
1. Measurement of 3 phase power using 2 watt meters
2.
Transformation Ratio and load test on single phase transformer
3. OC & SC tests on single phase transformer pre determination of efficiency and regulation
4. Separation of core losses in a single phase transformer
5.
OCC of self exited DC generator
6.
Determination of internal & external characteristics of Shunt Generator
7. Break test on DC series Motor  determination of motor characteristics
8.
Induction motor starting and load tests.
9. No load and blocked rotor tests on induction motor.
10. Characteristics of Single phase Induction motor
11. V/f control of 3f induction motor
12. Speed control of DC motor using Power Converters
13. Study of speed control of stepper motor
Note
For University examination, the following guidelines should be followed regarding award of marks
(a) Circuit and Assembling 25%
(b) Result & Performance 50%
(c) Viva voce 25%
Practical examination to be conducted covering entire syllabus given above.
03.701 VLSI CIRCUIT DESIGN (TA) 310
Module I
Introduction to Integrated circuit fabricationWafer processing, oxidation, Epitaxy, Deposition, Ion
implantation and diffusion (Basics only) CMOS technology – n well, p well, and twin tub process –SOI –fully
depleted and partially depleted SOI devices. Interconnects and circuit elements – Resistors and capacitors, Lay
out designing rules and SOI rules. ( and Âµ rule)
Module II
MOS transistor theory Long channel MOSFET, Short channel effects of MOSFET – Velocity saturation,
Channel length modulation, Source drain series resistance effect, Second order effects of MOS characteristics.
CMOS inverter.
DC characteristics, Noise margin – Static load inverters, pseudo n MOS, Saturated load inverters. Propagation
delays, Power dissipation – Static and dynamic. CMOS logic design  Pass transistor logic, Domino logic, np 
CMOS.
Module III
CMOS circuit design & implementation of Adder – Full adder, Dynamic adder, Carry bypass adder, Carry select
adder, Square root carry selector adder, Carry look head adder, Multipliers, and array multipliers. Memory
elements SRAM, DRAM, ROM, Sense amplifiers – Differential, Single ended. Reliability and testing of VLSI
circuits – General concept, CMOS testing, Test generation methods.
Text Books:
1. Jan M Rabaey,
Digital Integrated circuits
/ 2
ed., Pearson Education, 2003 / PHI
nd
2. John P Uyemura –
Introduction to VLSI Circuits and Systems
References:
1.Neil H E Weste & Kamram Eshrahian.
Principles of CMOS VLSI Design
, Addison Wesley, India.
2.Yuan Taur, Tak H ning –
Fundamentals of Modern VLSI Devices
, Cambridge Uni. Press
3. S K Gandhi –
VLSI Fabrication Principles

4. C.A.Mead & L.A.Conway,
Introduction to VLSI Systems
, Addison Wesley Publishing Company.
nd
5. Wesyne Wolf 
Modern VLSI Design Systems on Chip
– Pearson Education, 2
ed.
6. Baker – Li / Boyce
– CMOS
– PHI
7. P V C Knell –
VLSI Design
 PHI
Question Paper
The question paper shall consist of two parts. Part I is to cover the entire syllabus, and carries 40 marks. This
shall contain 10 compulsory questions of 4 marks each. Part II is to cover 3 modules, and carries 60 marks.
There shall be 3 questions from each module (10 marks each) out of which 2 are to be answered.
85
03.702 DATA COMMUNICATION (A) 210
Module I
Data transmission concepts and terminology  Analog and digital data transmission Transmission impairments 
transmission media – Wireless Transmission.
Data encoding  Digital data, Digital  Signals  Digital data, Analog signals  Analog data, digital signals 
Analog data analog signals – Spread Spectrum. Asynchronous and synchronous transmission. Interfacing. Data
link control – Flow control  Error detection and control.
Multiplexing : Frequency division multiplexing  Synchronous time division multiplexing  Statistical time
division multiplexing – ADSL and CDMA.
Module II
Circuit Switching – Networks – concepts  Routing  Control signaling. Packet switching  Principles 
Routing  X.25. ATM – Architecture  Logical connections – Cells. LAN Systems – Ethernet  CSMA/ CD –
Address resolution Protocol  MAC layer  Token Ring and FDDI – Wireless LANs – CSMA/CA .
Module III
Computer Communication Architecture and protocols  OSI model, TCP/IP layers. Internet Protocols 
Principles –DNS working – Congestion control, Traffic Management – Congestion control of packet switched
network  IPV6 – Multicasting  Routing Protocols – BGP, OSPF – Transport protocol. Network security –
Requirements and attacks – Encryption – Hash function – Public key encryption and digital signatures  IP
Security. ISDN  overview – ISDN channels  User Access  Protocols  Broad band ISDN. Protocol stack
design and socket programming.
Text Book:
t h
1. William Stallings 
Data and Computer Communication
(6
ed.)PHI
Pearson Education Asia
2. Larry Peterson and Bruce S Davie, Morgan Kaufmann,
Computer Network a System Approach
:, 3rd
1. Edition  Morgan Kaufmann.
References:
1. Fred Halsall –
Data Communications, Computer Networks and Open systems
– 4
edn., Pearson
t h
Education Asia.
Question Paper
The question paper shall consist of two parts. Part I is to cover the entire syllabus, and carries 40 marks. This
shall contain 10 compulsory questions of 4 marks each. Part II is to cover 3 modules, and carries 60 marks.
There shall be 3 questions from each module (10 marks each) out of which 2 are to be answered.
03.703 PROCESS DYNAMICS AND CONTROL (A) 310
Module I (Quantitative Approach)
Introduction to process control – Process variables – degrees of freedom. Introduction to process modeling.
Review of Laplace transforms and transfer functions, Poles and zeroes of transfer function, Linearization.
s t
Mathematical model of flow process, Thermal process, Mixing process and Chemical reaction. Dynamics of 1
and 2
order systems – leadlag, Inverse response systems. Interacting & non interacting systems – Batch
nd
process and Continuous process – Self regulation – System identification.
Module II (Quantitative Approach)
Characteristics of ONOFF, Proportional, integral and derivative modes – Composite control schemes – PI, PD
and PID Response of controllers – Integral windup – Selection of control mode for different processes – Control
Schemes for level, flow, pressure and temperature. Controller design using frequency response methods.
Optimum controller settings  Tuning by process reaction curve method – Continuous cycling method –
damped oscillation method – Colien coon tuning – Ziegler Nichol’s tuning – ¼ decay ratio. – Stability of control
systems – Advanced Control Strategies – Feed forward control – Ratio Control  Cascade control – Averaging
control – Internal Model Control – Adaptive control – Multivariable control – Inferential control.
Module III (Quantitative Approach)
Pneumatic and electric actuators – I/P, P/I converters – Valve positioner  Control valve – Characteristics –
Different types – Control Valve sizing – Cavitation – Flushing in control valves – Response of pneumatic
transmission lines. Distillation column – Modelling – Dynamics – Control of top and bottom product
compositions – Reflux ratio – Control of chemical reactor – Control of heat exchangers. Steam boiler – drum
level control and combustion.
Text Books:
1. George Stephenopoulos:
Chemical Process Control : An Introduction to Theory and
Practice,
Prentice Hall, 1984
2. Curtis D Johnson :
Process Control Instrumentation Technology
, PHI, 1986
3. D E Seborg etal :
Process Dynamics & Control
– Wiley, 1986
4. Peter Harriot :
Process Control
– TMH
86
5. D R Conghanowr:
Process Systems Analysis and Control
– Mc Graw Hill – 2/e, 1991
References:
1. W Luyben :
Process Medeling, Simulation and Control for chemical Engineers
, 2/e, 1990, MGH
2. Patranabis D :
Principles of Process Control
, TMH, 1981
3. Eckman D P :
Automatic Process Control
, Wiley Eastern, 1985
4. Carlos A Smith etal :
Principles & Practice of Automatic Process Control
, John Wiley & Sons, 1985
5. Douglas M Considine:
Process / Industrial Instruments & Controls Hand Book
, 4/e, MGH
Question Paper
The question paper shall consist of two parts. Part I is to cover the entire syllabus, and carries 40 marks. This
shall contain 10 compulsory questions of 4 marks each. Part II is to cover 3 modules, and carries 60 marks.
There shall be 3 questions from each module (10 marks each) out of which 2 are to be answered.
Assignment for Sessional marks shall be problems based on Matlab / any other software packages covering the
syllabus above.
03.704 BIOMEDICAL INSTRUMENTATION (A) 210
Module I
The Human Body – Overview. The heart and circulatory system. Electrodes, Sensors and Transducers for
medical field. Bio electric Amplifiers – Introduction – Input guarding. Electrocardio graphs. Physiological
pressure and other cardiovascular measurements and devices. Human respiratory system and its measurement.
Respiratory therapy equipment.
Module II
The human nervous system. Instrumentation for measuring brain function. Medical laboratory instruments.
Medical ultrasonography. Radiology and nuclear medicine equipment. Electromagnetic Interference to medical
electronic equipments.
Module III
Bioinformatics – Introduction – Protein information resources – Genome information esources – DNA sequence
analysis – Pairwise alignment techniques – Multiple sequence alignment – secondary database searching.
Text Books :
Module I Ref (1) [Ch 1, 2, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 & 11]
Module II Ref (1) [Ch 12, 13, 16, 17, 23 & 24]
Module III Ref (2) [Ch 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 & 8]
References:
t h
1) Joseph J Carr & John M Brown – Introduction to Biomedical Equipment Technology, 4
edn., Pearson
Education.
2) T. K. Attuwood & D J Pary Smith, Introduction to Bioinformatics, 1999, Pearson Education.
3) John G.Webster.
Medical instrumentation  Application and Design,
Houghton Mifflin company, Boston.
4) R.S.Khandpur.
Handbook of Biomedical Instrumentation
, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi.
5) Leslie Cromwell, Fred J.Weibell and Erich A.Pferffer.
Biomedical Instrumentation and Measurements
Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi.
6) B.D.Ratner and Hoffman.
An Introduction to Materials in Medicine
, Academic Press.
Question Paper
The question paper shall consist of two parts. Part I is to cover the entire syllabus, and carries 40 marks. This
shall contain 10 compulsory questions of 4 marks each. Part II is to cover 3 modules, and carries 60 marks.
There shall be 3 questions from each module (10 marks each) out of which 2 are to be answered.
Assignment for Sessional marks may be problems based on MATLAB / any other software packages covering
the syllabus above.
03.705 (1) (Elective III) IMAGE PROCESSING (TA) 310
Module I (Quantitative Approach)
Introduction to Digital Image Processing. Introduction to two dimensional sequences , convolution correlation,
separability etc. 2DFourier and Z transform and it's properties. 2D DFT and it's properties. Convolution of
two dimensional sequences .convolutional filtering . Basics of 2D transform coding , 2D DCT, DST, Walsh
Transform. RGB and HSV color model. contrast ,brightness, matchband effect etc. Image formation model 
Perspective projection. Equation (derivation). Stereoscopic imaging  Depth extraction and Stereoscopic
display. Two dimensional sampling theorem, aliasing and reconstruction with problems. Practical limitations in
sampling and reconstruction. Moire effect and flat field response.
Module II (Quantitative Approach)
Histogram of an image. Computation of histogram. Image Enhancement operations . Point operations 
Histogram equalization , Histogram specification, Contrast stretching, window slicing, bit extraction , change
detection, gray scale reversal etc. Median filtering, Spatial low pass high pass and band pass operations.
87
Enhancement using transform domain operations. Root filtering and homomorphic filtering. Edge detection
techniques – sobel, robert etc. Edge enhancement techniques. False colouring using sinusoidal transfer function
and digital filtering approach. Geometric transforms, Digital Image morphing and warping.
Module III (Quantitative Approach)
Image restoration, system identification, DTF from degraded image spectrum, noise modelling . Wiener filtering
 Derivation of filter transfer function  Pseudo and inverse psuedo filtering. Image segmentation by
thresholding, Optimal threshold selection – Interactive thresholding and using two peales of histogram. Image
segmentation using region growing, region merging and watershed. Image compression  lossy and non lossy
compression. Introduction to JPEG and JPEG 2000.
Text books:
1. B. Chandra and D. Dutta Majumdar:
Digital Image Processing and Analysis,
PHI, Eastern
Economy Edition.
2. Rafael C Gonzalez, Richard E Woods :
Digital Image Processing,
2/e, Pearson Education.
3. Anil K Jain :
Fundamentals of Image Processing
, PHI, 1999.
References:
1. Kenneth R Castleman:
Digital Image Processing
, 2/e, Prentice Hall / Pearson Education.
2. Oppenheim & Schafer:
Discrete Time Signal Processing
,2/e, Prentice Hall of India / Pearson
Education.
3. J. R. Parker :
Algorithms for Image Processing and Computer Vision
, Wiley Computer
Publications,1997.
4. M.A. Sid Ahmed :
Image Processing
, Mc Graw Hill Publications Inc., 1995.
Question Paper
The question paper shall consist of two parts. Part I is to cover the entire syllabus, and carries 40 marks. This
shall contain 10 compulsory questions of 4 marks each. Part II is to cover 3 modules, and carries 60 marks.
There shall be 3 questions from each module (10 marks each) out of which 2 are to be answered.
Assignment for Sessional marks shall be problems based on Matlab / any other software packages covering the
syllabus above.
03.705 (2) (Elective III) SPEECH PROCESSING (TA) 310
Module I (Quantitative Approach)
Production and Classification of Speech Sounds. Anatomy and Physiology of Speech Production.
Spectrographic Analysis of Speech. Categorization of Speech Sounds. Speech Perception. Acoustics of Speech
Production
.
Physics of Sound. Uniform Tube Model. A DiscreteTime Model Based on Tube Concatenation.
Vocal Fold/Vocal Tract Interaction. Analysis and Synthesis of PoleZero Speech Models
.
TimeDependent
Processing. AllPole Modeling of Deterministic Signals. Linear Prediction Analysis of Stochastic Speech
Sounds. Criterion of "Goodness". Synthesis Based on AllPole Modeling. PoleZero Estimation. Decomposition
of the Glottal Flow Derivative.
Module II (Quantitative Approach)
Homomorphic Signal Processing
.
Homomorphic Systems for Convolution. Complex Cepstrum of SpeechLike
Sequences. Spectral Root Homomorphic Filtering. ShortTime Homomorphic Analysis of Periodic Sequences.
ShortTime Speech Analysis. Analysis/Synthesis Structures. ShortTime Fourier Transform Analysis and
Synthesis. ShortTime Analysis. ShortTime Synthesis. ShortTime Fourier Transform Magnitude. Signal
Estimation from the Modified STFT or STFTM. TimeScale Modification and Enhancement of Speech. Filter
Bank Analysis/Synthesis.
Phase Vocoder. Phase Coherence in the Phase Vocoder. ConstantQ
Analysis/Synthesis. Auditory Modeling.
Module III (Quantitative Approach)
FrequencyDomain Pitch Estimation. A CorrelationBased Pitch Estimator. Pitch Estimation Based on a Comb
Filter. Speech Coding
.
Statistical Models of Speech. Scaler Quantization. Vector Quantization (VQ). Frequency
Domain Coding. ModelBased Coding. LPC Residual Coding. Speech Enhancement
.
Wiener Filtering. Model
Based Processing. Enhancement Based on Auditory Masking. Speaker Recognition. Introduction. Spectral
Features for Speaker Recognition. Speaker Recognition Algorithms. NonSpectral Features in Speaker
Recognition.
References:
1. Thomas F. Quatieri:
Discrete Time Speech Signal Processing: Principles and Practice
, Pearson Education
Asia.
2. L R Rabiner, R W Schafer :
Digital Processing of Speech Signals
, Prentice Hall Signal Processing Series,
1978.
3. J R Deller Jr, et al:
DiscreteTime Processing of Speech Signals
, IEEE Press, 2000.
4. Ben Gold, Nelson Morgan:
Speech and Audio Signal Processing
.
5. Douglas O’Shaughnessy,
Speech Communication : Human and Machine
, Universities Press, 2000.
88
Question Paper
The question paper shall consist of two parts. Part I is to cover the entire syllabus, and carries 40 marks. This
shall contain 10 compulsory questions of 4 marks each. Part II is to cover 3 modules, and carries 60 marks.
There shall be 3 questions from each module (10 marks each) out of which 2 are to be answered.
Assignment for Sessional marks shall be problems based on MATLAB / any other software packages covering
the syllabus above.
03.705 (3)
(ELECTIVE III
)
PATTERN RECOGNITION (TA) 310
Module I (Quantitative Approach)
Introduction to pattern recognition, Pattern Recognition Methods, Pattern Recognition System Design,
Statistical pattern recognition – Classification, Principle, Classifier learning, Neural networks for pattern
classification. Basics of Image Processing  Sampling, 2 dimensional transforms, Image Enhancement,
Smoothening, Sharpening, Edge detection, Image Segmentation, Boundary extraction.
Module II (Quantitative Approach)
Introduction to Shape Analysis, Shape Representation, Irregular Shape Representation, Shape Representation in
Image Processing , Shape Representation by Convex Hull , SPCH Algorithm for Convex Hull Finding, Stair
Climbing Method for Simple Polygon Finding , Properties of the Simple Polygon, Sklansky’s Algorithm for
Convex Hull Finding, Convex Hull Based Shape Representation, Boundary and Convex Hull, Description
Function, Feature Extraction and Shape Classification, Measurements, Feature Extraction, Shape
Classification, Examples of Shape Analysis, Fractals, Selfsimilarity, Fractal Dimension, Multifractals,
Fractals Based Shape Representation, Boundary and Fractal Dimension, Region and Fractal Dimension.
Introduction to Roundness / Sharpness Analysis, The Problem of Roundness Analysis, The Problem of Circle
and Arc Detection, Hough Transform, Definition of Hough Transform, Algorithm of Hough Transform, Circular
Hough Transform, Algorithms for Circular Hough Transform Curve Detection, Basic Method, Directional
Gradient Method, Centre Method, Gradient Centre Method, Radius Method, Threshold Function , Sharp
Corners, Examples of Roundness/Sharpness Analysis.
Module III (Quantitative Approach)
Introduction to Orientation Analysis, Problem of Orientation Analysis , Development of Orientation Analysis,
Directed Vein Method, Directed Vein Image, Orientation of a Vein, Algorithm, Convex Hull Method, Principal
Component Transformation, Theory of Principal Component Transformation, Orientation by Principal
Component Transformation, Theory of Moments, Central Moments, Orientation by Moments, Examples of
Orientation Analysis, Introduction to Arrangement Analysis, Aggregates, Examples of Arrangements,
Extended Hough Transform, Hough Transform, Extension of Hough Transform, Simplified Extended Hough
Transform, Arrangement Features, Orientation and Position, Description in Hough Space, Feature Extraction,
More Arrangements , Measurements , More Features Description and classification of Arrangements.
References:
1. Daisheng Luo,
Pattern recognition and image processing –
Horwood publishing , England
2.
Milam Sonka, Vaclav HLAVAC, Roger Boyle,
Image Processing, Analysis and Machine Vision
, 2/e,
Thomson Learning.
3.
Jr. Parker –
Algorithms for Image Processing and Computer Vision
, John Wiley.
Question Paper
The question paper shall consist of two parts. Part I is to cover the entire syllabus, and carries 40 marks. This
shall contain 10 compulsory questions of 4 marks each. Part II is to cover 3 modules, and carries 60 marks.
There shall be 3 questions from each module (10 marks each) out of which 2 are to be answered.
Assignment for Sessional marks shall be problems based on MATLAB / any other software packages covering
the syllabus above.
03.705 (4)
(ELECTIVE III ) QUANTUM COMPUTING (TA) 310
Module I (Quantitative Approach)
Foundations of quantum theory. States, Observable, Measurement and unitary evolution. Spinhalf systems and
photon polarizations, qubits versus classical bits. Pure and mixed states, density matrices. Extension to positive
operator valued measures and superoperators. Decoherence and master equation. Quantum entanglement and
Bell’s theorems.
Module II (Quantitative Approach)
Introduction to classical information theory and generalization to quantum information. Dense coding,
teleportation and quantum cryptography. Turing machines and computational complexity. Reversible
computation.
Module III (Quantitative Approach)
Universal quantum logic gates and circuits. Quantum algorithms: database search, FFT and prime factorization.
Quantum error correction and fault tolerant computation. Physical implementations of quantum computers.
89
Text Books:
1. Berman G.P., Dooten G.D., Mainieri. R. & Tsifrinovich V.,
Introduction to Quantum Computers
, World
Scientific
2. Lo H.K., Popescu S. & Spiller T.,
Introduction to Quantum Computation and Information
, World Scientific
3. Press A.,
Quantum Theory: Concepts and Methods
, Kluwer Academic
References:
1. Preskill J.,
Lecture Notes for the Course on Quantum Computation
2. Neil Gershenfeld :
The Physics of Information Technology
– Cambridge University Press, 2000
Question Paper
The question paper shall consist of two parts. Part I is to cover the entire syllabus, and carries 40 marks. This
shall contain 10 compulsory questions of 4 marks each. Part II is to cover 3 modules, and carries 60 marks.
There shall be 3 questions from each module (10 marks each) out of which 2 are to be answered.
03.705 (5) (ELECTIVE III) ELECTROMAGNETICS (A) 310
Module I (Quantitative approach)
Review of Static Electric and Magnetic fields (Qualitative treatment only). Time varying fields – Faradays law
of Electromagnetic Induction – Maxwells equations – Boundary conditions – Wave equations and their
solutions – Time – Harmonic fields. Plane Electromagnetic waves – Plane waves in Lossless and Lossy media –
Group Velocity – Flow of power and poynting vector.
Module II (Quantitative approach)
Plane waves – Normal incidence and oblique incidence at a Plane Conducting boundary – Normal incidence
and oblique incidence at a Plane dielectric boundary. Transmission lines – TE wave along a parallel plate
transmission line – General equations – wave characteristics on finite transmission lines – The smith chart –
Impedance matching. Measurement of VSWR and Insertion loss.
Module III (Quantitative approach)
Wave guides – Wave behaviours along uniform guiding structures – Rectangular waveguides – Dielectric
waveguides – Cavity Resonators. Antennas – Radiation fields of dipoles – Antenna Patterns and Parameters –
Thin linear antennas – Antenna arrays – Receiving antennas – Transmit – Receive systems – Helical and Yagi –
Uda antennas.
Text Book:
1. David K Cheng –
Fields and Wave Electromagnetics
, 2
edn., Pearson Education.
nd
Reference:
1) John D. Kraus –
Electromagnetics
, Mc Graw Hill
2) Edward C Jordan –
Electromagnetic waves and Radiating Systems
, PHI.
3) Matthew N.O. Sadiku,
Elements of electromagnetics
, Oxford University press
4) Ashutosh Pramanik –
Electromagnetism, Theory and Applications
– PHI 2003
Question Paper
The question paper shall consist of two parts. Part I is to cover the entire syllabus, and carries 40 marks. This
shall contain 10 compulsory questions of 4 marks each. Part II is to cover 3 modules, and carries 60 marks.
There shall be 3 questions from each module (10 marks each) out of which 2 are to be answered.
Assignment for Sessional marks shall be problems based on MATLAB / any other software packages covering
the syllabus above.
03.706 (1) (Elective IV )ADVANCED MICROPROCESSOR ARCHITECTURE AND
PROGRAMMING (TA) 310
Module I:
History of Intel Pentium 4 Processor Architecture, performance and Moores’s Law, Floatingpoint unit, Detailed
description of Pentium Processor Net Burst Micro architecture, Hyper Threading, Basic Execution
EnvironmentModes of operation, overview, Execution trace Cache, MESI protocol, Real and Protected mode
Memory organization, Registers, Operand size address size, procedure calls, Interrupts and exception. Overview
of IA 64 architecture.
Module II:
Data type & Address modesFundamental data type, numeric, pointer, string data type, floating point, SIMD
Techniques, MMX data type, operand addressing, I/O port addressing, instruction set, MMX and SSE
instructions, floating point instructions, system instruction, string operations, segment register instruction.
Module III:
90
Introduction to assembly language programming, simple arithmetic programming, floating point programming,
MMX Programming, Interrupt programming, Advanced I/O Programming, Exception handling, Real Mode and
Protected Mode programming, communication programming.
Text Books:
1. Intel Architecture Software Developer’s Manual Volume 1, Basic Architecture.
2. Peter Able:
IBM Assembly Language & Programming
, PHI, 2003.
3. Intel Architecture Software Developers Manual Vol3, System Programming Guide
References:
1. Intel Architecture Software Developers Manual Volume2, Instruction Set reference.
2. Randall Hyde,
The Art of Assembly Language Programming
.
Question Paper
The question paper shall consist of two parts. Part I is to cover the entire syllabus, and carries 40 marks. This
shall contain 10 compulsory questions of 4 marks each. Part II is to cover 3 modules, and carries 60 marks.
There shall be 3 questions from each module (10 marks each) out of which 2 are to be answered.
03.706 (2) (Elective IV) OPTOELECTRONIC DEVICES (TA) 310
Module I
Optical Waves: Maxwell’s equations, dielectric function, absorption coefficient and index of refraction,
boundary conditions, plane waves, plane waves at interfaces, multilayer structures, Helmholtz wave equations,
symmetric planar waveguides, rectangular waveguides, waveguide modes, periodic structures, Guassian beams,
far field, photon generation, optical gain and spontaneous emission, heat generation and dissipation, thermal
resistance, boundary conditions
Module II
Edge emitting lasers, models and material parameters, cavity length effects on loss parameters, slope efficiency
limitations, thermal effects on laser performance, vertical cavity laser, model and parameters, carrier transport
effects, thermal analysis, temperature effects on optical gain, nitride light emitters, material properties,
InGaN/GaN LEDs, InGaN/GaN lasers, electroabsorption modulator, amplification photodetector, device
structure and material properties
Module III
Planar optical devices, fabrication of planar optical devices, integrated optical circuits, splitters and couplers,
isolators, circulators, polarization control, lenses and prisms, diffraction gratings, planar diffraction gratings and
infiber bragg gratings, waveguide grating routers, filters, modulators and switches
Textbooks:
1. J. Piprek,
Semiconductor Optoelectronic Devices: Introduction to physics and simulation
, Academic
Press 2003
2. J.R. Dutton,
Understanding optical communications
, Prentice Hall 1999
References :
1. P Battacharya –
Semiconductor Optoelectronic Devices
– 2/e –Pearson Education  2001
2. S. Desmond Smith
Optoelectronic Devices
, Prentice Hall (UK), London
.
3
.
Wilson Hawkes,
Optoelectronics –An Introduction 
PHI New Delhi.
4.
Pallab Bhatta Charya :
Semiconductor Optoelectronic Devices
Pearson Education New Delhi.
5. Culshaw,
Optical Fiber Sensor 
Artech House, Norwood
Question Paper
The question paper shall consist of two parts. Part I is to cover the entire syllabus, and carries 40 marks. This
shall contain 10 compulsory questions of 4 marks each. Part II is to cover 3 modules, and carries 60 marks.
There shall be 3 questions from each module (10 marks each) out of which 2 are to be answered.
03.706 (3) (ELECTIVE IV) SYSTEM SOFTWARE (TA) 310
Module I
Simplified Instruction Computer. Assembler Basic Functions, Machine dependent Assembler features, Machine
Independent Assembler Features, Onepass Assembler, Multipass Assembler, MASM Assembler. Loaders and
Linkers  Basic Loader functions, Machine Dependent Loader Features. Machine Independent Loader Features,
Loader design Options, MSDOS Linker. Macro Processors Basic functions, Machine Independent Macro
processor Features, Macro processor design options, MASM macro processor, ANSI C Macro Language, Basic
Blocks of Compiler.
Module II
Introduction to unix, shells, environment variables, files and directories, user and group
91
permissions, kernel and system calls, shell programming, kernel and user process, context switching, process
memory, shared libraries and linking, a.out and ELF file structure. Creation of Process, Process ID, parent
process ID, Process Group ID, real and effective
group ID, process resource limits. Signaling the process, command line values, usage of fork, execlp, execvp
system calls, error messages. Inter process communication(IPC) using Lock files, pipes, message queues and
semaphores. Shared memories, using file as a shared memory, remote procedure calls(RPC), RPC Execution,
RPC Broadcast, Debugging RPC applications.
Module III
Sockets: Addressing, Protocol families, types, IPC using socket pair, Sockets for connection oriented
communication (Streaming) and connectionless communication (datagrams). unix domain and internet domain
sockets. multiplexing I/O with sockets. Threads :basic concepts, creation and exiting, thread management,
scheduling. signals in threads. thread synchronization, thread specific data. debugging multithreaded programs.
Software Engineering: Concepts, System specification, Procedural system design, Object oriented design and
analysis. Iterative development and unified process. Introduction to Unified Modeling Language and UML
Diagrams. System testing strategies.
Text books :
1. Leland L Beck,
System Software : An Introduction to System Programming
, 3rd edition, Pearson
2. John Shapley Gray,
Interprocess Communication in Unix, the nooks and crannies
, 2nd Edition, PHI
3. Martin Fowler, UML Distilled:
A Brief Guide to the Standard Object Modeling Language
, Third
Edition AW
References:
1. WR Stevens,
Advanced Programming in theUunix Environment
, AW
2. R Stevens,
Unix Network Programming Vol 1 & Vol 2
, PHI
3. R Stevens,
TCP/IP Illustrated
, Volume 2, AW
4. Larman C,
Applying UML & Patterns: An Introduction to Object  Oriented Analysis & Design
,
Addison Wesley,
Question Paper
The question paper shall consist of two parts. Part I is to cover the entire syllabus, and carries 40 marks. This
shall contain 10 compulsory questions of 4 marks each. Part II is to cover 3 modules, and carries 60 marks.
There shall be 3 questions from each module (10 marks each) out of which 2 are to be answered.
03.706 (4)
(ELECTIVE IV) DISCRETE EVENT SYSTEM SIMULATION (TA) 310
Module I (Quantitative Approach)
Introduction to simulation. Motivational examples. Discrete Event Models. Modeling of Uncertainty. Random
Number generation and Random Variate Generation. Test of Random number sequences and goodness of fit
tests. Simulation languages. GPSS, SIMSCRIPT.
Module II (Quantitative Approach)
Statistical models. Continuous and discrete distributions. Poison process. Empirical distributions. Queuing
models – characteristics – longrun performance steady state behavior infinite population markov models.
Steady state behavior of finite population models.
Module III (Quantitative Approach)
Selection of Input Probability distribution. Multivariate and timeseries input models. Verification of Simulation
models. Validation of Simulation models. Variance reduction and output analysis.
Text Book:
1) Banks J, Carson J S and Nelson B – DiscreteEvent System Simulation, 3/e, Pearson
References:
1) Law AW, Kelton WD,
Simulation Modeling and Analysis
, McGraw Hill, 1991
2) Raj Jain,
The Art of Computer System Performance Analysis
, Wiley and Sons, 1991
3) Trivedi KS,
Probability and statistics with reliability, Queuing and Computer Science Applications
, PHI,
1990
Question Paper
The question paper shall consist of two parts. Part I is to cover the entire syllabus, and carries 40 marks. This
shall contain 10 compulsory questions of 4 marks each. Part II is to cover 3 modules, and carries 60 marks.
There shall be 3 questions from each module (10 marks each) out of which 2 are to be answered.
Assignment for Sessional marks shall be problems based on MATLAB / any other software packages covering
the syllabus above.
03.706 (5) (ELECTIVE IV) WIRELESS COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS (A) 310
92
Module I
Microwave Communication – Advantages – analog and digital microwave – FM Microwave radio system –
Repeaters – Diversity reception – Protection switching arrangements – FM microwave radio stations. Satellite
Communication – Introduction – Kepler’s laws – Orbits – Geostationary orbits – Antenna look angles –
Classification – Spacing and frequency allocation – System parameters – Link Models – Link budget.
Module II
Satellite Multiple Access System – FDM/FM Satellite systems – Multiple accessing – Channel capacity –
Satellite Navigation. Spread spectrum – Concept – frequency hopping and Direct sequence – CDMA –
Generation of spreading sequences. Introduction to modern wireless communication systems: Second
generation cellular networks – Third generation wireless networks – Wireless local loop and LMDS – wireless
LANs – Personal area networks. The cellular concept –frequency reuse  Handoff strategies – Interference and
system capacity Improving coverage and capacity in cellular systems.
Module III
Mobile Radio Propagation – Practical link budget design using path loss models – outdoor and indoor
propagation models – Fading and Multipath channels and their parameters.
Multiple Access Techniques for wireless communications – FDMA, TDMA, SSMA, SDMA. Pact radio. Codes
for Mobile Communication. Wireless systems and standards – GSM – CDMA digital (IS95) – Cordless
systems – Wireless Local Loop – Mobile IP 386 – Wireless application Protocol. Wireless LAN – Infrared,
Spread Spectrum and Narrow band Microwave LANs. Bluetooth – Overview – Radio, base band and Link
Manager specifications – Logical link control and adaptation Protocol.
Text Books:
T H
t h
th
t h
1. Wayne Tomasi –
Advanced electronics communication systems
–PHI, 4
Edn. (Chap. 18
,19
) / 4
Edition, Pearson Education, 2001
2. Theodone S. Rappaport
Wireless Communication Principles and Practice
–PHI / 2
edn., Pearson
nd
Education, 2002
3. William Stallings
–
Wireless Communications and Networks
, 2002, Pearson Education Asia.
References :
1. Dennis Roody & John Coolen,
Electronic Communication
– 4 edn.
2. Pritchard Suyderhoud, Nelson,
Satellite Communication Systems Engineering
, 2
edn., Pearson Education.
nd
3. William C Y Lee –
Mobile Cellular Tele Communications,
2 edn. Mc. Graw Hill.
4. Madhavendr Richharia
–
Mobile Satellite Communications : Principles and Trends
, Pearson Education,
2003.
5. Schiller –
Mobile Communications
, Pearson Education, 2000.
6. Garg –
Wireless Network Evolution
– 2G to 3G, PHPTR, 2002
Question Paper
The question paper shall consist of two parts. Part I is to cover the entire syllabus, and carries 40 marks. This
shall contain 10 compulsory questions of 4 marks each. Part II is to cover 3 modules, and carries 60 marks.
There shall be 3 questions from each module (10 marks each) out of which 2 are to be answered.
03.707 MICROPROCESSOR LAB (TA) 002
1) Study of 8086 kits
To study hardware details, how to use kits (enter, edit and execute a program) giving importance to user RAM
area, IN/OUT ports, interfacing details.
2) Assembly language programs
1. Addition / Subtraction of 64 bit Nos.
2. Average of N numbers
3. 32 bit multiplication
4. 32 bit division
5. Square root of 32 bit no.
6. LCM and HCF
7. Bubble sorting
8. Prime number generation
9. Average of even and odd numbers from a data block
10. Fibanocci series
11. Conversion between number systems (ASCII, HEX, BINARY, BCD, DECIMAL)
To study the algorithm, handling, program entry and execution.
3) Interfacing
1. Elevator Simulator
2. EPROM Programmer
93
3. Data acquisition
4. Hardware single stepping
5. Video display
6. Moving graphic display
7. Keyboard interface
8. Stepper motor
9. Waveform Generator
4) Simulation of programs( Sl No 2) using TASM.
Note
For University examination, the following guidelines should be followed regarding award of marks
(a) Flow chart 25%
(b) Program & Results 50%
(c) Viva voce 25%
Practical examination to be conducted covering entire syllabus given above.
03.708 BIOMEDICAL & SIGNAL PROCESSING LAB (A) 002
Part A
1. ECG Amplifier and Analyzer
2. Muscle Stimulator
3. Pace maker Analyzer
4. Heart rate monitor
5. Respiration measurement using strain guage
6. Microprocessor based pH meter and PO2 Analyzer
7. Measurement of Conduction velocity and Latency
8. Bio potential amplifier
Part B
The following experiments may be done using
(a) DSP kits – Assembly / C language programming.
(b) MATLAB
1. Generation of various signals
2. Implementation of Linear convolution, Circular convolution, Linear convolution using circular convolution.
3. DFT Implementation
4. Design & implementation of IIR filters
5. Design & implementation of FIR filters
6. Spectral analysis of Biomedical signals
Note
For University examination, the following guidelines should be followed regarding award of marks
(a) Design / Concept/Circuits 25%
(b) Program & Results 50%
(c) Viva voce 25%
Practical examination to be conducted covering entire syllabus given above.
03.709 PROJECT DESIGN AND SEMINAR (TA) 003
a) Project design (75 marks) – Internal Evaluation
The student is expected to select and complete the design of the project work and submit the design phase report
and presentation. The design phase report shall be submitted for evaluation. This shall be in soft binded form.
This is the first volume of the Project report. The Second volume is the final project report in the eighth
semester. (25 marks for evaluation of design report, 25 marks for presentation and 25 marks for viva).
The no. of students in a project batch shall be limited to a maximum of five.
b) Seminar (25 marks) – Internal Evaluation
The student is expected to present a seminar in one of the current topics in Electronics, Communication,
Electronic Instrumentation and related areas.
The student will undertake a detailed study on the chosen subject and submit a seminar report at the end of the
semester. (Presentation 15 marks, Report 10 marks)
03.801 DIGITAL CONTROL SYSTEMS (A) 210
Module I (Quantitative analysis)
Introduction to Digital control system. Z plane analysis of discrete control systems – Impulse sampling and data
hold  pulse transfer function  Realization of digital controllers. Design of discrete time control systems by
94
conventional methods  Mapping between the S plane and the Z plane. Stability analysis in the Z plane.
Transient and steady state response analysis. Design based on the root locus and frequency response methods.
Module II (Quantitative analysis)
State space analysis – State space representations – Solving discrete time state space equations – pulse transfer
function matrix – Discretization of continuous time state space equations – Liapunov stability analysis. Pole
placement and observer design – Introduction – controllability – observability – Transformations in state space
analysis and design – design via pole placement – state observers – servo systems.
Module III (Quantitative analysis)
Polynomial equation approach to control systems design  Introduction – Diophantine equation – Design –
Design of model matching control systems. Optimal control – Introduction – Discrete Euler – Lagrange
equation – Time optimum control with energy constraint  Design of optimal linear digital regulator – Principle
of optimality and dynamic programming – Solution of the discrete Riccati equation – Sampling period
sensitivity. Quadratic optimal control systems – Introduction – Steady state quadratic optimal control.
Text Books:
1. Ogata K.,
Discretetime Control Systems
, 2/e , Pearson Education.
2. Kuo B. C ,
Digital Control Systems , Second edition
, Saunders College Publishing, Japan, 1992.
References:
1. Phillips C. L. and Nagle H. T,
Digital Control System Analysis and Design
, 3/e PrenticeHall.
2. Astrom K. J and Wittenmark,
Computer Controlled Systems Theory and Design
, Second edition, Prentice
Hall, New Delhi , 1990.
3. Gopal M.,
Digital Control and State Variable Methods
, Tata McGraw Hill, New
Delhi, 1997.
4. Charles L. Phillips, H. Troy Nagle,
Digital Control System Analysis and Design
, ISA Press, New York,
1995.
5. Gene F. Franklin and David Powell,
Digital Control of Dynamic Systems
, 3/e , Pearson Education
Question Paper
The question paper shall consist of two parts. Part I is to cover the entire syllabus, and carries 40 marks. This
shall contain 10 compulsory questions of 4 marks each. Part II is to cover 3 modules, and carries 60 marks.
There shall be 3 questions from each module (10 marks each) out of which 2 are to be answered.
Assignment for Sessional marks shall be problems based on Matlab / any other software packages covering the
syllabus above.
03.802 COMPUTERISED PROCESS CONTROL (A) 210
Module I (Quantitative Approach)
Fundamentals of automatic process control – Building blocks of automation system – Multiprocessor systems –
Local Area Networks – SCADA – Remote Terminal Unit – Direct Digital Control – DDC structure – DDC
Software. Display systems – RealTime programming – Distributed Digital Control – Functional requirements
of distributed process control system – System architecture – Popular distributed control systems.
Module II (Quantitative Approach)
Logic Controllers – Combinational – Sequential – Synchronous Asynchronous – Logic controllers using PLDs –
Combinational PLDs – Sequential PLDs – PLCs – Hardware – i/p modules – o/p modules – PLC programming
and operation – Relay logic – Ladder diagram – Timers – Counters – PLC processors, Advantages of PLC
control – Microprocessor based PLCs  Micro PLCs – Analog interfacing – Standards for PLC programming –
Commercially available PLCs.
Module III (Quantitative Approach)
Field bus – Protocols – MODBUS – PROFIBUS – FIPBUS. Applications of SCADA systems, PLC controllers
and Distributed control systems in  Cement plant – Thermal plant – Water treatment plant – Steel plant –
Irrigation canal. Intelligent controllers – Model based controllers – Artificial Intelligent based systems. Fuzzy
systems – Fuzzy controller, Fuzzy Logic Tools. Neural controllers. Artificial Neural Network – Classification,
Learning rules, Multilayer ANN.
Text Books:
1. B G Liptak :
Process Control Handbook
2. Krishnakant :
Computer based Industrial Control
: PHI
3.
E A Parr :
Programmable Controllers
: 2/e, Newnes publications
4.
Enrique Mandado, Jorge Marcos: Programmable
Logic Devices and Logic Controllers, Prentice Hall
5. Gray Dunning : Int
roduction to PLCs
, Delmar Thomson learning pub
References:
1. George L Batten :
Programmable Controllers
, 2/e, MGH
2. Christopher T Kilian :
Modern Control Technology
:
Components and Systems
, 2/e, Thomson
Delmar Pub.
95
Question Paper
The question paper shall consist of two parts. Part I is to cover the entire syllabus, and carries 40 marks. This
shall contain 10 compulsory questions of 4 marks each. Part II is to cover 3 modules, and carries 60 marks.
There shall be 3 questions from each module (10 marks each) out of which 2 are to be answered.
03.803 INDUSTRIAL INSTRUMENTATION (A) 210
Module I
Atomic Spectroscopy – Properties of EM Radiation – spectrochemical measurements. Atomic absorption and
Atomic fluorescence spectrometry. Atomic emission spectrometry. Atomic Mass spectrometry. Atomic XRay
spectrometry.
Module II
Molecular spectroscopy – Ultraviolet / visible molecular absorption spectrometry – Introduction and
applications. Molecular Luminescence spectrometry. Infrared spectrometry – Introduction and applications.
Raman spectroscopy.
Module III
Nuclear magnetic resonance and Molecular mass spectrometry. Chromatography – Introduction to
chromatographic separations. Gas and Liquid chromatography. Supercritical fluid chromatography and capillary
electrochromatography.
Text Book:
t h
1) Skoog, Holler, Nieman,
Principles of Instrumental Analysis
, 5
edn., Harcourt Asia
References:
1) R S Khandpur,
Handbook of Analytical Instruments
2) Doebelin,
Measurement Systems
, 5
edn., Mc Graw Hill
th
3) Patranabis,
Principles of Industrial Instrumentation
, 2
edn., TMH
nd
Question Paper
The question paper shall consist of two parts. Part I is to cover the entire syllabus, and carries 40 marks. This
shall contain 10 compulsory questions of 4 marks each. Part II is to cover 3 modules, and carries 60 marks.
There shall be 3 questions from each module (10 marks each) out of which 2 are to be answered.
03.804 OPTICAL INSTRUMENTATION (A) 210
Module I
Optical fiber measurements : Cylindrical fiber – Transmission characteristics –Attenuation, Material absorption
losses, Intermodal and intramodal dispersion  Attenuation measurements, Absorption and scattering loss
measurement, Fiber dispersion measurements, Time domain & frequency domain measurements, fiber
refractive index profile measurements, Fiber cutoff wavelength and numerical aperture measurements, Fiber
diameter measurements, refletana and optical return loss, Field measurements, OTDR.
Module II
Holography & Interferometry: Principles of Holography, Gabor’s hologram, Leith’s and Upatneik’s techniques
in holography, Point holograms, Fourier transform holograms, various types of holography, acoustic
holography, holographic interferometry, Applications of holography with emphasis on instrumentation.
Interferometry, Youngs experiments, Fresnels Biprism, Michelson, Jamin, MachZender & Fabry Perot
interferometers, Applications of interferometers such as testing of optical components.
Module III
Optical fiber sensors : Intensity modulated optical fiber sensors, Reflective Evanescent wave and microbend
fiber optic sensors, Fiber optic refractometers & thermometers, Chemical analysis, Distributed sensing with
fiber optic sensors, Principles and applications of interferometric optical fiber sensors.
fiber sensor for current measurement, Fiber optic pressure sensors, Fiber optic flow meter, Fluoro optic
temperature sensors, fluid level detection, displacement sensors.
References:
1) Wilson J F B Hawkes –
Optoelectronics An Introduction
– Second edition , Prentice Hall of India Pvt. Ltd.
2) John M Senior,
Optical Fiber Communications
, Prentice Hall, 1996
3) B P Pal –
Fundamentals of Fiber Optics in Telecommunication & Sensor Systems
– Wiley Eastern Ltd.
1991
Question Paper
The question paper shall consist of two parts. Part I is to cover the entire syllabus, and carries 40 marks. This
shall contain 10 compulsory questions of 4 marks each. Part II is to cover 3 modules, and carries 60 marks.
There shall be 3 questions from each module (10 marks each) out of which 2 are to be answered.
96
03.805 (1) (Elective V) MULTIRATE SYSTEMS & WAVELETS (TA) 310
Module I (Quantitative Approach)
Review of Multirate Signal Processing. Maximally decimated filter banks – QMF banks – Mchannel filter
Banks – polyphase representation – PR Systems  Aliasfree filter banks – Structures – Trans multiplexers.
Para unitary PR filter banks – Properties – QMF banks and structures – Transform coding and the LOT. Linear
phase PR QMF banks and structures. Cosine modulated filter Banks and its structures. Sub band and orthogonal
transform coder.
Module II (Quantitative Approach)
Brief review of Linear algebra and vector spaces – Vector spaces – Subspace – Linear transformations –
2
Orthogonal projection – Hilber space  L
(R) space. Continuous wavelet Transform. Discrete wavelet Transform
– Introduction – Nested Linear vector sub spaces – Definition of an MRA – Example – construction – A wavelet
basis for the MRA – Digital filtering Interpretation – Examples – Interpreting orthogonal MRAs for discrete
time signals. Biorthogonal wavelet bases and examples. Two dimensional wavelets and examples.
Module III (Quantitative Approach)
Wavelet Transform Applications – Data compression – Transform Coding – DTWT for Image compression –
Audio compression – Video coding – Wavelet de noising – Speckle removal – Edge detection – Image fusion –
Object detection – Scaling functions – Multi tone modulation. CWT and DWT – Operations and algorithms –
Regularity and convergence – Daubechies construction – Band limited biorthogonal decomposition – Design
and selection of wavelets – Reconstruction circular convolution filter banks – interpolators matched to the input
process.
References :
P. P. Vaidyanathan:
Multirate Systems & Filter Banks
, PTR, PH, 1993
1. Gilbert Strong :
Linear Algebra and its Applications
.
2. Reghuveer M Rao, Ajit S Bopardikar:
Wavelet Transforms – Introduction to Theory and Applications
,
Pearson Education Asia, 1998.
3. Strang G S, T Q Nguyen:
Wavelets and Filter Banks
, Wellesley – Cambridge Press 1996.
4. Burrus C S, R A Gopinath and H. Gao:
Introduction to Wavelets and Wavelet Transforms: A Primer
,
Prentice Hall, 1998.
Question Paper
The question paper shall consist of two parts. Part I is to cover the entire syllabus, and carries 40 marks. This
shall contain 10 compulsory questions of 4 marks each. Part II is to cover 3 modules, and carries 60 marks.
There shall be 3 questions from each module (10 marks each) out of which 2 are to be answered.
Assignment for Sessional marks shall be problems based on MATLAB / any other software packages covering
the syllabus above.
03.805 (2) (Elective V) INTEGRATED OPTICS & PHOTONIC SYSTEMS (TA) 310
Module I
Integrated photonics: history and characteristics, integrated photonics technology, basic
Integrated photonics components, IP devices, electromagnetic waves, Maxwell’s equations, wave equation in
dielectric media, monochromatic waves in dielectric media, polarization of EM waves, light propagation in
absorbing media, EM waves at planar dielectric interface, boundary conditions at the interface, reflection and
transmission coefficients, total internal reflection
Module II
Integrated optic waveguides, optical waveguides, modes in planar waveguides, wave equation in planar
waveguides, guided modes in step index planar waveguide and channel waveguides, Marcatili’s method and
effective index method, graded index planar waveguides, multilayer and ray approximations, reconstruction of
index profiles, inverse WKB method, modal coupling, coupled mode equations, co directional and contra
directional coupling, diffraction gratings in waveguides, coupling coefficients in modulation index and relief
diffraction gratings
Module III
Light propagation in wave guides: beam propagation method, paraxial propagation method, fresnel equation,
Fast Fourier transform method based on finite differences, boundary conditions, transparent boundary
conditions, spatial frequencies filtering, modal description based on BPM, modal field calculation using BPM
Textbooks:
1. G. Lifante 
Integrated Photonics: Fundamentals
 John Wiley & Sons 2003
2. P Battacharya 
Semiconductor Optoelectronic Devices
– 2/e– Pearson Education  2001
97
Question Paper
The question paper shall consist of two parts. Part I is to cover the entire syllabus, and carries 40 marks. This
shall contain 10 compulsory questions of 4 marks each. Part II is to cover 3 modules, and carries 60 marks.
There shall be 3 questions from each module (10 marks each) out of which 2 are to be answered.
03. 805 (3)
(Elective V)
SOFTWARE ARCHITECTURE & SYSTEMS (TA) 310
Module I (Quantitative Approach)
Software process and the role of modeling and analysis, Software architecture, and software design.
Software Modeling and Analysis : analysis modeling and best practices, Traditional best practice diagrams such
as DFDs and ERDs, UML disgrams and UML analysis modeling, Analysis case studies, Analysis tools,
Analysis patterns.
Module II (Quantitative Approach)
Software Architecture : Architectural styles, Architectural patterns, Analysis of architectures, Formal
descriptions of software architectures. Architectural description lnguages and tools, Scalability and
interoperability issues, Web application architectures, Case studies.
Module III (Quantitative Approach)
Software Design: Design best practices, Design patterns, Extreme programming, Design case studies,
Component technology, Object oriented frame works, distributed object request brokers, case studies.
Reference:
1. Booch G, Rumbaugh, J. Jacobson :
The Unified modelling Language User Guide
, AddisonWesley,
1999
2. Gamma, E. Helm, R. Johnson, R. Vissides :
Design Patterns, Elements of Reusable ObjectOriented
Software Architecture, Volume I: A System of Patterns
. John Wiley & Sons, 1996
3. Shaw M, Garlan D:
Software Architecture : Perspectives on an Emerging Discipline
, Prentice Hall, 1996
4. Len Bass et al:
Software Architecture in Practice
– Addison Wesly, 1998.
Question Paper
The question paper shall consist of two parts. Part I is to cover the entire syllabus, and carries 40 marks. This
shall contain 10 compulsory questions of 4 marks each. Part II is to cover 3 modules, and carries 60 marks.
There shall be 3 questions from each module (10 marks each) out of which 2 are to be answered.
03.805 (4) (Elective V) ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORKS (TA) 310
Module I
Introduction – uses of neural networks, Biological neural networks neuro physiology, models of a neuronMc
Culloch & Pitts model, Activation functions types, multiple input neurons.
Learning processes learning paradigms supervised and unsupervised learning.
Single layer perceptronsArchitecturelearning rule Perceptron convergence theorem.
Performance learningQuadratic functionsperformance optimizationsteepest descent algorithm, learning rates,
WidrowHoff learning ADALINE networks, LMS algorithm, linear separability The XOR problem,
Multilayer Perceptrons (MLPs) Backpropagation algorithm.
Module II
RBF networks Cover’s theorem on separability of patterns, comparison of RBF networks and MLPs.
Associative learning Unsupervised Hebb rule, Instar and outstar rules.
Competitive learning Winner –TakeAll networks, Learning Vector Quantizers, Counter propagation networks,
Adaptive Resonance Theory (ART) ART1 clustering algorithm, ART1 network architecture.
Module III
Self Organizing Maps (SOM), Principal Component Analysis (PCA) networks.
Hopfield networks – Discrete Hopfield networks energy function storage capacity of Hopfield networks,
Optimization using Hopfield networks Travelling salesperson problem, solution of simultaneous linear
equations, character retrieval. Boltzmann machines. Simulated Annealing.
References:
1. Martin T. Hagan, Howard B. Demuth & Mark Beale :
Neural Network Design
, Vikas Thomson learning.
2. Simon Haykin :
Neural Networks A Comprehensive Foundation,
Pearson Education.
3. Kishan Mehrotra, Chilukuri K. Mohan, Sanjay Ranka:
Elements of Artificial Neural Networks,
Penram
International Publishing(India).
4. James A Freeman, David M. Skapura:
Neural Networks Algorithms, Applications and Programming
Techniques ,
Pearson Education
.
5. Bose & Liang :
Neural Network Fundamentals,
Mc Graw Hill.
98
Question Paper
The question paper shall consist of two parts. Part I is to cover the entire syllabus, and carries 40 marks. This
shall contain 10 compulsory questions of 4 marks each. Part II is to cover 3 modules, and carries 60 marks.
There shall be 3 questions from each module (10 marks each) out of which 2 are to be answered.
03.805 (5) (Elective V) CDMA SYSTEMS (TA) 310
Module I (Quantitative Approach)
Introduction to CDMA. Multiple access using spread spectrum. PN Codes. Link analysis Shadowing, Multipath
Rayleigh Fading, Multipath Delay Spread. Principles Capacity, Power control, Hands off. Link Structure 
Asymmetric link  Forward link  Reverse Link. Call Processing  states. CDMA Design Engineering.
Module II (Quantitative Approach)
Direct Sequence and Frequency Hopped Spread Spectrum, Spreading sequences and their correlation functions,
Acquisition and tracking of spread spectrum signals, Error probability for DSCDMA on AWGN channels. DS
CDMA on frequency selective fading channels, Performance analysis of cellular DSCDMA.
Module III (Quantitative Approach)
Effect of imperfect power control on DSCDMA performance, Spreading/Coding trade offs. Multicarrier
CDMA, IS95A CDMA system. Third generation CDMA systems, Multiuser DetectionOptimum receiver,
MMSE, Decorrelation, SIC, PIC receivers and performance.
References:
1. Samuel C Yang,
CDMA RF System Engineering
, 1998, ARTEC HOUSE Inc,
2. Andrew J Viterbi,
CDMA: Principles of spread spectrum Communication
, AddisonWesley, 1996
3. Sergio Verdu,
Multiuser Detection
, Cambridge University Press, 1998
Question Paper
The question paper shall consist of two parts. Part I is to cover the entire syllabus, and carries 40 marks. This
shall contain 10 compulsory questions of 4 marks each. Part II is to cover 3 modules, and carries 60 marks.
There shall be 3 questions from each module (10 marks each) out of which 2 are to be answered.
03.806 (1) (Elective VI ) ADAPTIVE SIGNAL PROCESSING (TA) 310
Module I (Quantitative Approach)
Optimum linear filters – Optimum Signal Estimation – LMS error estimation – solution of the Normal
Equations – Optimum FIR filters – Linear Prediction – optimum IIR filters – Inverse filtering and deconvolution
– channel equalization in data transmission systems – matched filters and Eigen filters.
Algorithms for optimum Linear filters – order recursive algorithms for optimal FIR filters – Levinson and
Levinson Durbin algorithms.
Module II (Quantitative Approach)
Structures for optimum linear filters – Lattice structures – Algorithm of schiir – Triangularization and inversion
of Toeplitz Matrices – Kalman Filter algorithm. Least squares filtering and prediction – Principles – Error
estimation – LS FIR filters – Linear LS signal estimation – LS computations using Normal equations,
orthogonalization techniques and singular value decomposition.
Module III (Quantitative Approach)
Adaptive filters – principles – typical applications – Method of Steepest Descent – LMS adaptive filters 
Recursive LS adaptive filters. Array fundamentals – RLS algorithms for Array processing – Spatial filtering –
Adaptive spatial filtering – Space time adaptive processing. Performance of adaptive algorithms.
Text Books:
1) Dimitris G. Manolakis, Vinay K Ingle, Stephan M Krgon :
Statistical and Adaptive Signal
Processing,
Mc Graw Hill, 2000.
rd
2) Simon Haykin
: Adaptive Filter Theory,
3
edn., Prentice Hall International Editions, 1996.
Reference:
Windrow, Stearns:
Adaptive Signal Processing
, Pearson Education, 2001
Question Paper
The question paper shall consist of two parts. Part I is to cover the entire syllabus, and carries 40 marks. This
shall contain 10 compulsory questions of 4 marks each. Part II is to cover 3 modules, and carries 60 marks.
There shall be 3 questions from each module (10 marks each) out of which 2 are to be answered.
Assignment for Sessional marks shall be problems based on MATLAB / any other software packages covering
the syllabus above.
03.806 (2) (Elective VI) EMBEDDED SYSTEMS (TA) 310
Module I (Quantitative Approach)
99
Introduction to Microprocessors and Embedded RISC processors, Architecture of the MPC 860 processor and
Power PC core, Instruction set, Programming model, Exception handling and processing, MMU, Instruction and
Data Cache, Memory controller, Communication Processors Module and Serial Interface, Serial Management
Controller and Serial Communication Controller.
Module II (Quantitative Approach)
UART, HDLC and Ethernet Protocol, SDMA channels and IDMA emulation, CPM interrupt controller and
CPM timers, SPI, I2C and Parallel ports, Reset, Clock, Power control External bus interface, System
Development and Debugging. Real Time System concepts, Kernel structure, Task management, Time
management, Inter task communication & synchronization, Memory management.
Module III (Quantitative Approach)
8096 processor architecture – High speed registers, Serial output ports, Programmable timers, PW registers.
Instruction set, Assembly language programming, Hardware interfacing, Memory. Architecture of 68C11,
Instruction set, Programming.
Text Book:
1. Cathy May and Ed Silha,
The Power PC Architecture
, Morgan Kauffman, 1998
References:
1.
16 bit embedded Controller Hand book 
Intel 1990.
2.
The Programming Environment for 32Bit Microprocessors,
Motorola
3.
MPC860 User’s Manual
, Motorola
4. David L Ripps,
An Implementation guide to Real Time Programming
, Yourdon Press, 1990
Question Paper
The question paper shall consist of two parts. Part I is to cover the entire syllabus, and carries 40 marks. This
shall contain 10 compulsory questions of 4 marks each. Part II is to cover 3 modules, and carries 60 marks.
There shall be 3 questions from each module (10 marks each) out of which 2 are to be answered.
03.806 (3)
(Elective VI) MICROCONTROLLER BASED SYSTEM DESIGN (TA) 310
Module I (Quantitative Approach)
History of microcomputers, Application of embedded controllers, Over view of 8051, 8096, 6811, 6812. 6812
architecture, 68HC12 Hardware system, Modes of operation, Hardware pin assignments, 68HC12 sub system.
Module II (Quantitative Approach)
Programming model, Assembly language, instruction execution cycle, Instruction set, Addessing modes,
Advanced assembly programming. Interrupts, General interrupts, concept of ISR, Writing an ISR for 68HC812,
Advanced interrupt topics.
Module III (Quantitative Approach)
Clock Module – Background theory, clock module, Clock drivider chain, 68HC12 Timer Module, Components
of the timer module. The Real Time Interrupt (RTI). Programming Input Capture, Output Compare and the
Pulse Accumulator Features of the TIM. 68HC12 memory system, 68HC12 ADC (ATD) , 68HC12
Communication System.
References:
1. Daniel J Pack & Steven F Barett –
68HC12 Microcontroller
2. Han – Way Huang –
MC 68HC12 An Introduction : Software & Hardware
3. Jonathan W Valvano –
Introduction to Embedded Microcomputer System : Motorola 6811/6812
Simulator.
Question Paper
The question paper shall consist of two parts. Part I is to cover the entire syllabus, and carries 40 marks. This
shall contain 10 compulsory questions of 4 marks each. Part II is to cover 3 modules, and carries 60 marks.
There shall be 3 questions from each module (10 marks each) out of which 2 are to be answered.
03.806 (4) (Elective VI) COMMUNICATION PROTOCOLS (TA) 310
Module I (Quantitative Approach)
TCP/IP Protocol suite overview. Protocol structure. Error and Flow Control. Protocol Specification and
Modeling: Validation Models. Correctness requirements. Protocol design. Finite state machines.
Module II (Quantitative Approach)
Conformance testing, Protocol Synthesis, Protocol Validation, Introduction to Estelle. Implementation and
verification of Protocols in Estelle. SDL, Introduction to security Protocols. Security Properties, Encryption
modes, Security protocol vulnerabilities
Module III (Quantitative Approach)
100
The CSP approach, Limits of formal analysis. CSP  building blocks, parallel operators, hiding and renaming,
process behavior, discrete time. Modeling security protocols in CSP. Expressing protocol goals. Overview of
FDR. Encoding protocols and intruder in FDR. Theorem proving, Simplifying transformations. Case studies.
Text Books:
1. Gerard J Holzmann:
Design and Validation of Computer Protocols
, Prentice Hall.
2. Peter Ryan,Steve Schneider,Michael Goldsmith,Gavin Lowe, Bill Roscoe: The Modeling and
Analysis of Security Protocols: The CSP Approach  Addison Wesley
References:
1. Kenneth J Turner, : Using Formal Description Techniques :
An Introduction to Estelle, Lotos, and
Sdl 
John Wiley & Sons Inc
2. Richard Lai Ajin Jirachiefpattana, Kluwer :
Communication Protocol Specification and Verification

Academic Press
3. R. Stevens :
TCP/IP Illustrated Vol. 1 and Vol 2
, AW
Question Paper
The question paper shall consist of two parts. Part I is to cover the entire syllabus, and carries 40 marks. This
shall contain 10 compulsory questions of 4 marks each. Part II is to cover 3 modules, and carries 60 marks.
There shall be 3 questions from each module (10 marks each) out of which 2 are to be answered.
Assignment for Sessional marks shall be problems based on MATLAB / any other software packages covering
the syllabus above.
03.806 (5)
(ELECTIVE VI) DESIGN OF INDUSTRIAL CONTROL SYSTEMS (A) 310
Module I
Switches. Relays – Electromechanical and solid state. Mechanical Systems – Friction, Springs, Mass and Inertia,
Levers, Energy conversion and Heat Transfer, Damping and Resonance, Gears, Clutches and brakes. Power
transmitting techniques. DC motor control circuits – Analog drive, PWM drive, Reversing and Braking, An
application of a small DC Motor. Brushless DC Motors. AC motor control – Start stop, Jogging, Reduced
voltage starting, Variable frequency and vector drives.
Module II
Actuators – Electric linear actuators – Hydraulic, Pneumatic actuators and systems. Flow control valves. Stepper
Motors – Permanent Magnet, Variable reluctance and Hybrid stepper motors. Stepper motor control circuits – 2
and 4 phase control, Microstepping, High torque. Positioning a disk drive head. Microcomputer based scale.
Microcomputer and 8086 based Industrial Process control system. Developing a prototype microcomputer
based Instrument. Robotics and Embedded Control.
Module III
Microcontrollers  Instruction set of Intel 8051(over view)  brief description of instruction set  addressing
modes. Real time controller  interrupt structure  priority  masking of interrupts  global disabling of interrupts
 programmable timers & counters  real time clock. Introduction to Intel / MCS 8096 microcontrollers (any 16
bit micro controller) Architecture memory mapping  instruction set  interrupts  timers and high speed I/O etc.
Application of microcontroller  PWM generation for DC motor controller  stepper motor control  CRT
controller  data acquisition systems  distributed motor control – Aircraft Control demonstration – Light sensors
for robots – Ultrasonic distance measuring.
Text Books
:
Module I – Ref (1)
Module II – Ref (1) & Ref (2)
Module III – Ref (3), Ref (4) & Ref (5)
References
:
1. Kilian, Modern Control Technology Components and Systems, 2/e, Thomson & Delmar
2. Douglas V Hall, Microprocessors and Interfacing, 2/e, Mc Graw Hill
3. Kenneth I Ayala.
The 8051 Microcontroller  Architecture Programming & Applications,
Penram
International India.
4. Kenneth Hentz & David Tabech.
Microcontroller Architecture Implementing & Programme,
McGraw Hill
5. Peatman.
Designing with Microcontroller
, McGraw Hill.
6. Douglas M Considine, Process/ Industrial Instruments and Controls Hand book, 4/e, Mc. Graw Hill
7. Intel Embedded Applications Vol. 1 & 2
Question Paper
The question paper shall consist of two parts. Part I is to cover the entire syllabus, and carries 40 marks. This
shall contain 10 compulsory questions of 4 marks each. Part II is to cover 3 modules, and carries 60 marks.
There shall be 3 questions from each module (10 marks each) out of which 2 are to be answered.
101
03.807 PROCESS CONTROL LAB ( A) 004
1. ONOFF controller & ONOFF controller with and without neutral zone.
5. PID Controller
6. Controller tuning using continuous cycling methods
7. Controller tuning using Process Reaction curve
8. Study of P, PI, PD & PID modes of Temperature, Flow, Level and Pressure control systems
9. Calibration of pressure guage using dead weight tester and calibration of level transmitter
10. Input converter and PI converter
11. PLC controlled bottle filling system
12. Computer controlled lathe machine
13. Control valves with and without positioner
14. RTD based temperature transmitter
15. Cold junction compensator, thermocouple based temperature transmitter
16. PC based data acquisition using ADC/DAC addon cards
17. Computer interface for PID controller
18. Differential pressure transmitter characteristics
Note
For University examination, the following guidelines should be followed regarding award of marks
(a) Circuit and design 25%
(b) Result & Performance 50%
(c) Viva voce 25%
Practical examination to be conducted covering entire syllabus given above.
03.808 PROJECT & VIVA VOCE ( TA ) 005
Project & Vivavoce – Internal Evaluation (150 marks)
Each student is expected to prepare a report on the project work done by him/her and present a paper
highlighting the work done by him/her in a seminar. The student is expected to complete the project work
assigned to him/her and submit the project report by the end of semester. This report shall be of a hard bound
type and consist of design phase report as volume one and other part as volume two.
Marks shall be awarded by continuous evaluation of minimum two times in this semester. (25 marks for
evaluation of the report, 25 marks for presentation, 50 marks for viva and 50 marks for results / product)
Evaluation of report, results, presentation and viva will be conducted by a committee consisting of the guide,
project coordinator and a senior faculty.
Project & Viva  Voce – University Examination (100 Marks)
(Examiners shall be senior staff members)
The students shall prepare for an oral examination based on Electronics, Communication, Electronic
Instrumentation, other related and advanced topics. VivaVoce examination shall also be based on Project and
Seminar.
Students shall submit their Seminar Report (Certified during 7
Semester) and Project Report (consists of design
th
phase report, Implementation and results report) for vivavoce. Marks for Project shall have weightage for valid
results only.
Marks shall be awarded as
General Topics : 50 Marks
Project (Results) : 25 Marks
Seminar : 25 Marks
1 comment:
Is this the new syllabus (introduced in 2008) or the old 2003 one?
Post a Comment