Tuesday, August 6, 2013

SYLLABUS B.Sc ( Maths, Electronics,Computer Science)

                                           

                                               DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONICS
ANDHRA LOYOLA COLLEGE (AUTONOMUS)
 B. Sc ELECTRONICS SYLLABUS (2013-14)
1st YEAR
I SEMSETER 
 PAPER-I                                            ELECTRICAL FUNDAMENTALS
II SEMESTER
PAPER-II                                           SEMI CONDUCTOR DEVICES

2nd YEAR
III SEMESTER
PAPER-III                                          ANALOG ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS
IV SEMESTER                
PAPER-IV                                          PULSE & DIGITAL ELECTRONICS

3rd YEAR
V SEMESTER
PAPER-V                                           MICROPROCESSOR 8086 & INTERFACING
Subject Electives
PAPER-VI                                          ANALOG & DIGITAL COMMUNICATION
PAPER –VII                                       PC MAINTANANCE & TROUBLE SHOOTING
VI SEMESTER                                                     
PAPER-VIII                                      MICRO CONTROLLERS & EMBEDDED SYSTEMS
Skilled Based Electives
PAPER-IX                                         T.V & WIRE LESS COMMUNICATION
PAPER-X                                           OPTICAL FIBER COMMUNICATION

GENERAL ELECTIVE: BASICS OF ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS

LABS
LAB 1: CIRCUIT ANALYSIS & ELECTRONIC DEVICES
LAB-2: ANALOG & DIGITAL ELECTRONICS
LAB-3: MICROPROCESSOR
LAB-4: PC MAINTANANCE & TROUBLE SHOOTING
LAB-5: MICRO CONTROLLERS & INTER FACING
LAB-6: COMMUNICATION






B.Sc. (Electronics) – Scheme of instruction

THEORY
Course
code
Sem.
Subject
Periods per week
Total Hours
Internal Marks
External
Marks
Total
Marks
ELE-111
I
ELECTRICAL FUNDAMENTALS
4
47
50
50
100
ELE-122
II
SEMI CONDUCTOR DEVICES
4
52
50
50
100
ELE-233
III
ANALOG ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS
4
46
50
50
100
ELE-244
IV
PULSE AND DIGITAL ELECTRONICS
4
46
50
50
100
ELE-355
V
MICROPROCESSOR 8086 AND INTERFACING   
4
50
50
50
100
ELE-356
V
ANALOG AND DIGITAL COMMUNICATION
2
26
50
50
100
ELE-357
V
PC MAINTENANCE AND TROUBLE SHOOTING
2
29
50
50
100
ELE-368
VI
MICROCONTROLLERS & EMBEDDED SYSTEMS    
4
52
50
50
100
ELE-369
VI
T.V. & WIRELESS COMMUNICATION  
2
30
50
50
100
ELE-36X
VI
OPTICAL FIBRE COMMUNICATION
2
29
50
50
100
 
 
 
 
TOTAL MARKS
 
1000
 
PRACTICALS
ELE-121P
I, II
CIRCUIT ANALYSIS & ELECTRONIC DEVICES
3
72
50
50
100
ELE-222P
III,IV
ANALOG & DIGITAL ELECTRONICS
3
72
50
50
100
ELE-353P
V
MICROPROCESSORS
2
24
50
50
100
ELE-354P
V
PC MAINTENANCE AND TROUBLE SHOOTING
2
24
50
50
100
ELE-365P
VI
MICROCONTROLLER & INTERFACING
2
24
50
50
100
ELE-366P
VI
COMMUNICATION LAB
2
24
50
50
100
 

 
 
 
TOTAL MARKS
 
600





                                             I B.Sc.  I SEMESTER – ELECTRONICS -I
(ELECTRICAL FUNDAMENTALS)
Course code : ELE-111                                                                                                   Credits :3
UNIT – 1                                                                                                                              (10 hours)
AC FUNDAMENTALS:
Generation of AC, Equation of AC, Various AC Wave forms, Cycle, Frequency, Time Period, Amplitude, Phase Diagrams, Complex Wave forms, Average & RMS Values of AC, Form factor & Peak factor of AC. Calculation of power in AC ckts., Phasor notation
RESISTORS :
Concept of Resistance, Factors affecting Resistance, Combinations of Resistors, Ohms Law, VI Characteristics, Effect of Temperature on Resistance, Temperature Coefficient of Resistance, Types of resistors in Electronics Industry.
INDUCTORS:
Concept, Faraday’s laws of Electromagnetic Induction, Self Inductance, Mutual Inductance, Combinations, Phase relation between V across and I through Inductor, Energy Storage, Types of Inductors.
CAPACITORS:
Concept, Charging & Discharging of a Capacitor, P.D., & Combinations, Energy Storage, Capacitive Reactance, Phase Relation between Voltage across. & current through Capacitor, Types of Capacitors.
UNIT – 2                                                                                                                              (10 hours)
KIRCHOFF’S LAWS:
      KVL, KCL, Problems on Branch Currents, Loop Currents, Nodal Analysis.
NETWORK THEOREMS (for both AC & DC circuits):
Superposition, Thevenins, Nortons, Maximum Power Transfer Theorem, Millman’s Theorem, Reciprocity Theorem.
UNIT – 3                                                                                                                                (8 hours)
RESONANCE:
Concept, Series Resonance, Expression for Resonant Frequency, Frequency response Characteristic band width, Relation between Resonant Frequency, BW & Q, Parallel Resonance, Frequency Response Characteristics. Selectivity
UNIT – 4                                                                                                                              (10 hours)
TRANSIENT RESPONSE:
   Transient response of RC, RL of DC circuits, ringing in RLC circuit, solution using Laplace Transforms
   Steady State analysis :
Steady state response of RC, RL & RLC circuits. 
UNIT – 5                                                                                                                                (7 hours)
CRO
Working Principle of CRO, CRT, Working, Various Controls, Block Diagram, Explanation of each block, derivations for electrostatic deflection and magneto static deflection sensitivities, Applications of CRO, Digital storage oscilloscope, sampling of CRO
TEXT BOOKS:
1. ELECTRICAL TECHNOLOGY-Vol-I        -  B.L.THERAJA & A.K.THERAJA (S Chand & company)
2. NETWORK ANALYSIS                              - G.K.MITHAL
3  ELECTRONIC INSTRUMENTATION      -  K.L. KALSI

 REFERENCE BOOKS:
1. MEASUREMENT TECHNIQUES & INSTRUMENTATION   -   COOPER
2. BASIC ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING                               -   V.K.MEHTA













 I B.Sc.  II SEMESTER – ELECTRONICS – PAPER - II
(SEMI CONDUCTOR DEVICES)
Course code : ELE-122                                                                                            Credits :3
UNIT – 1                                                                                                                               (8 hours)
SEMICONDUCTOR DIODE:
Review of Semiconductor Theory - Material Classification basing on Energy Band Theory, Energy Levels & Energy bands, Characteristics of Semi Conductors, Intrinsic Semiconductors, Conduction, Extrinsic semi Conductors, N type, P type formation and Current Conduction, Hole current.
     Diodes - p-n Junction – Depletion Region, Contact Potential, Band diagram, Diode Biasing – Forward & Reverse Biasing, Diode current Equation, effect of temp., small signal diode model, junction capacitor, Special Purpose diodes – Zener Diode, Varactor Diode, Tunnel Diode only - Their Characteristics & Uses, Reverse Saturation current of a Diode, Applications.
UNIT – 2                                                                                                                              (12 hours)
BIPOLAR JUNCTION TRANSISTOR:
Types – PNP & NPN – Working Static Characteristics & Experimental Determination for CE & CB – Measurement of Parameters, LF Model – CE   Configuration as a two port N/W–h parameters and expressions – h parameter equivalent Circuits.
TRANSISTOR BIASING:
Stabilization, Need for Stabilization, Operating Point, Thermal runaway, Requirements for Proper Biasing techniques – Fixed bias, Collector feedback bias, Voltage divider bias – Analysis, Advantages & Disadvantages.
UNIT – 3                                                                                                                              (10 hours)
FET & MOSFETS: 
FET - Construction , Operation, Characteristics – JFET Vs BJT, FET as an Amplifier,                                 CS Amplifier, CD Amplifier, Expression for Voltage Gain, small signal model of FET.
MOSFET - Working, Principle, Applications, Comparison with JFET, Classification, Depletion MOSFET, Enhancement only MOSFET, Working, Characteristics.
UJT:Construction, Schematic Representation, Equivalent Circuit, Parameters, Rbb, Eta Working, Characteristics, Applications, Relaxation, Oscillator, Expression for Frequency.
THYRISTORS:SCR Construction, Two Transistor Representation, Working Characteristics, Applications, Definitions of DIAC, TRIAC
UNIT – 4                                                                                                                             (10 hours)
PHOTO ELECTRIC DEVICES:
Photo Electric Effect, Photo Conductive Cells, Photo Voltaic Cells, Photo Diode, LED’s, Solar Cells, Photo Transistors, LDR, LCD, Tube Laser Diodes, Applications, Charge coupled devices (CCD) principle.
UNIT – 5                                                                                                                             (12 hours)
BRIDGE CIRCUITS :
General form of AC Bridge, Measurement of Inductance, Anderson’s Bridges, Comparison Bridges, Measurement of Capacitance – Desauty’s, Wien’s Bridge, Advantages, Disadvantages, Balance conditions.  
POWER SUPPLIES:
Unregulated power supplies, concept of regulation, Regulated Power supplies, Half wave, Full wave, Bridge Rectifiers, Filters – L Section, II Section, LC Filters etc., Zener diode as a regulator,Transistor series voltage regulator,Transistor shunt voltage regulator,
TEXT BOOKS:
1. PRINCIPLES OF ELECTRONICS                          -    V.K.MEHTA (S. Chand & Company)
2. ELECTRONIC DEVICES & CIRCUITS                -    R.S. Sedha & B.L.Theraja(S.Chand & Co)
REFERENCE BOOKS:
1. Applied Electronics                                                 -     MATHUR
2. Circuits, Devices and Systems                                 -     R J SMITH
3. Electronic devices & circuits                                   -    BOYLSTAD & NASHELSKY (EEE)

B.Sc. I Year - Electronics
PRACTICALS PAPER-I (72 hours - 24 Sessions)
Circuit Analysis and Electronic Devices Lab

Course code : ELE-121P                                                                                          Credits:2

1.                  Measurement of peak voltage, frequency and phase using CRO.
2.                  Thevenin’s theorem – verification for a DC circuit.
3.                  Norton’s theorem – verification for a DC circuit.
4.                  Maximum power transfer theorem – verification.
5.                  CR circuits- Frequency response- (Low pass and High pass).
6.                  LR circuits - Frequency response- (Low pass and High pass)..
7.                  LCR–Series resonance circuit–Frequency response–Determination of fo, Q and band 
            width.
8.                  To draw volt-ampere characteristics of Junction diode and determine the cut-in
            voltage, forward and reverse resistances.
9.                  Zener diode V-I Characteristics– Determination of Zener breakdown voltage.
10.              Voltage regulator using Zener diode
11.              BJT input and output characteristics (CE configuration) and determination of ‘h’
            parameters.
12.              FET –Characteristics and determination of FET parameters.
13.              UJT as relaxation oscillator.
14.              LDR- characteristics.
15.              SCR Volt-ampere characteristics.



 Note: Student has to perform any 12 experiments




















II B.Sc. III SEMESTER - ELECTRONICS - PAPER III
(ANALOG  ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS) [AEC]

Course code : ELE-233                                                                                            Credits :3

UNIT – 1                                                                                                                                (8 hours)
Small Signal Amplifiers: Classification of amplifiers, BJT high frequency equivalent circuits (Hybrid pi model), Mid-band analysis of single and multistage amplifiers, high frequency analysis of single RC coupled amplifiers with BJT.
UNIT – 2                                                                                                                              (10 hours)
Power Amplifiers: BJT as large signal audio amplifiers, classes of operation, Harmonic distortion, power dissipation, efficiency calculations. Design considerations of transformer coupled and transformer-less push- pull audio power amplifiers under class A. Class –B, Class D and Class AB operations.
UNIT – 3                                                                                                                              (10 hours)
Feed Back Amplifiers: The feedback concept, General characteristics of negative feedback amplifier, Effect of negative feedback on input and output impedance, voltage and current, series and shunt feedbacks. Stability considerations, Local Versus global feedback.
UNIT – 4                                                                                                                               (8 hours)
Oscillators : Concept of oscillators, Generation of Oscillations, BH Criteria, RC Oscillators – RC Phase Shift Oscillator, Wien’s Bridge Oscillator, LC Oscillators – Hartley Oscillator, Colpitt’s Oscillator, Crystal Oscillator, 
UNIT – 5                                                                                                                              (10 hours)
Operational Amplifiers: Differential Amplifier, Basic concepts of Op Amp, Block Diagram, Various Parameters including the concept of virtual ground, Inverting, Non inverting types – gain expressions.
OP - AMP Applications: Summing, Subtracting, Differential Amplifier, Differentiator, Integrator, V to I Converter, Voltage Follower, Bridge Amplifier, Log Amplifier,    Comparator, Function Generator.

IC voltage regulators - 78XX, 79XX, IC-723.

Text Books: 
1.               S. Shali Vahanan, N Suresh Kumar, et. Al electron Devices & Circuits, Tata McGraw Hills, 2003.
2.              Electronic devices & circuits                         -    Boylstad & Nashelsky (EEE)
3.       Op. Amp & Linear Integrated Circuits -  Ramakanth A. Gaykward

Reference Books :

1.       Integrated Electronics, Millman & Halkias (McGraw Hills, 2003)
2.       Shilling, L.D.Belove, C., Electronic Circuits : Discrete and integrated 3rd edition, Mc. Graw Hill, ISE, 1989.
3.       Ley Benzeine, Electronic Communications system, Prentice Hall, 1970









II B.Sc. IV SEMESTER - ELECTRONICS - PAPER IV
(PULSE AND DIGITAL ELECTRONICS) [PDE]

Course code : ELE-244                                                                                            Credits :3
UNIT – 1                                                                                                                    (8 hours)
Wave Shaping Circuits:
Linear wave shaping circuits - Frequency response of LR, CR Circuits, Differentiating and Integrating circuits, Square wave response, passive filters.
Non Linear wave shaping circuits – Clipping and Clamping circuits
UNIT – 2                                                                                                                    (10 hours)
MultiVibrators and Time base Circuits: Analysis and design of Transistor Multi vibrators – Bistable, Monostable and A stable circuits. Operations of regenerative comparator (Schmitt Trigger). Time base generators, speed, transmission and displacement errors. Analysis and design of Miller and Bootstrap sweep circuits. Introduction to 555 and its applications.
UNIT – 3                                                                                                                      (8 hours)
Logic Families :  Introduction to digital IC’s DTL family- OR, AND, NOT, NAND, NOR circuit operations. RTL – NOR & NAND operations, TTL- NAND, CMOS-Inverter NAND and NOR, comparison of various logical families.
UNIT –4                                                                                                           (10 hours)
Memories  : Memory organization, Primary & Secondary Memory : Read / Write Operations – Semi conductor Memories – RAM, ROM, PROM, EPROM, EEPROM, Static & Dynamic RAM. Introduction to PLD & PLA
D to A & A to D CONVERTERS :
Introduction, basic DAC techniques,weighted resistor DAC ,R-2R ladder DAC inverted  R-2R DAC and IC 1408 DAC, different types of ADCs 0808 - parallel comparator type ADC, countertype ADC, successive approximation ADC and dual slope ADC.DAC and ADC specifications
UNIT –5
Overview of Microcomputer Systems, function of micro processor in microcomputer Evolution of Microprocessors: Intel 8085 Architecture – Pin Configuration – Instruction Set – Addressing Modes- Status Flags, Instruction Cycle, Stacks, Sub Routines, Interrupts – Data Transfer Schemes – Simple addition & subtraction of 8085 Programs.

TEXT BOOKS :

1.     Fundamentals of digital Circuits - A. Anand Kumar (PHI, EEE).
2.     Pulse and Digital Circuits – A. Anand Kumar (PHI, EEE)
3.       Fundamentals of Microprocessors & Micro computers            -- B.RAM

REFERENCE BOOKS:

1.      Principles of Digital Electronics – MALVINO & LEACH
2.      Modern Digital Electronics        - R.P. JAIN    











                                                       B.Sc. II Year - Electronics
PRACTICALS PAPER-II (72 hours - 24 Sessions)
Analog and Digital Electronics Lab
Course code : ELE-222P                                                                                                                                                 Credits:2
1.  Power Amplifiers.
2. Single stage RC – coupled amplifier – frequency response.
3. RC circuit as a differentiator and integrator.
3. OP-Amp (IC 741) as
   a) Inverting amplifier.
   b) Non- inverting amplifier.
   c) Comparator.
4. OP-Amp (IC 741) as
   a) Adder.
   b) Subtractor
5. OP-Amp (IC 741) as
   a) Integrator.
   b) Differentiator.
6. OP-Amp as Wien bridge oscillator.
7. Astable multivibrator – Determination of frequency (using IC741 Op-Amp).
8. Monostable multivibrator–Determination of pulse width (using IC 741Op Amp)
9. Verification of Half Adder & Full Adder
10. Half Sub tractor & Full Sub tractor
11.Conversion of Binary to Gray & Gray to Binary Numbers
12. Flip-Flops
13. Left Shift registers & Right Shift registers
14. Ring counters
15. Decade counter, Ripple Counter.
16. Simulation experiments using appropriate electronic circuit simulation software.
                a) RC coupled amplifier.
                b) Oscillator.
            c) 555 timer.
            d) Transistor as an amplifier.
17.Clipping using Diode.
18.Clamping using Diode
 Note: Student has to perform the following experiments
(1)    Any 12 experiments among the experiment numbers 1 to 15.
(2)    Experiment Number 16 (a,b,c and d) is compulsory






III B.Sc. V SEMESTER - ELECTRONICS - PAPER V
(MICROPROCESSOR 8086 AND INTERFACING)[MPI]   

Course code : ELE-355                                                                                                     Credits :3

UNIT – I                                                                                                                                     10 hrs

8086 Micro Processor : 8086 Architecture and Instruction set – Minimum and Maximum mode operations 8086 control signal interfacing under Minimum mode system, control signal interfacing under Maximum mode using multi processing systems. Addressing modes, Interrupt structure, instruction formats, instruction Execution timings.

UNIT – II                                                                                                                                    12 hrs
Assembly Language Programming : Assembler directives and operators, Use of 8086 Instruction set, simple program loops using Data transfer, arithmetic , logical Branching and ASCII instructions. String processing, procedures, Macros and stack, simple programs using DOS functions, Introduction to assemblers and brief ideas on debugging tools.

UNIT – III                                                                                                                                    8 hrs
8086 interfacing : Memory interfacing using standard RAM, EPROM, Interfacing & Programming with peripheral chips: Matrix keyboard, seven segment LEDs & LCD display modules.

UNIT – IV                                                                                                                                  10 hrs
Interfacing Programmable Peripheral Devices : IC chips. Review of programmable interface Device concepts : Intel 8255 Programmable peripheral interface (PPI) chip. Intel 8253/8254 Programmable interval Timer chip. Interfacing of ADCs, DACs and their programming. Keyboard & display controller, Interfacing Numeric, data processor timer

Unit – V                                                                                                                                       10 hrs
Dedicated Peripheral interfacing: Need for DMA and Interfacing with DMA controller chips. (Intel 8257/8237 ICs), (Intel 8279) interfacing, programmable communication interface – serial and parallel data transmission formats, UART/USART interfacing, Intel 8251 IC, (Intel 8087 NDP).

Text Books : 
1.     Advanced Microprocessor and  peripherals 2nd Edition TMH – 2007 
        Ray A.K. and Bhurchandi, K.M.,
2.     Microprocessors and Interfacing, Programming and Hardware, revised 2nd, Edition
        TMH – 2006 – Douglas V Hall.
3.     The Intel Microprocessors 8086/8088, 80186/80188, 80286, 80386 – Pearson Education – 2006 – Barry B. Brey

REFERENCE BOOKS:
1.     Micro Computer System : The 8086/8088 family. Architecture, Programming and designing, 2nd Edition, PHI, 2005 – Yu – Cheng Liu and Gibson G.A.

III B.Sc. V SEMESTER - ELECTRONICS - PAPER VI
(ANALOG & DIGITAL COMMUNICATION) [ADC]

Course code : ELE-356                                                                                            Credits :1
UNIT – 1                                                                                                                 (6 hours)
Amplitude Modulation: Need for modulation, Different types of Modulations & their    comparisons, Block Diagram and Explanation of Radio transmitter and radio Receiver
       Analysis of AM wave Side Bands, Power and Current Relations, Simple AM Circuit
  and it’s working, detection of AM – Diode Detector.

UNIT – 2                                                                                                                (6 hours)
Frequency Modulation: Advantages of FM, frequency spectrum Analysis, FET Reactance Modulator, Detection of FM waves, FM Stereo (Ratio Detector only)

UNIT – 3                                                                                                               (5 hours)
Pulse Modulation: Introducing to Pulse Transmission, sampling Theorem, Pulse Amplitude, Modulation (PAM) Pulse width Modulation (PWM), Pulse Position, Modulation (PPM), Frequency Division Multiplexing (FDM), Time Division Multiplexing (TDM).

UNIT – 4                                                                                                                (5 hours)
Digital Communications: Introduction, Bit Transmission – Signaling Rate, Error Probability,        PCM – Encoding& Decoding,  DPCM, Delta modulation.

UNIT – 5                                                                                                                (4 hours)
Digital Carrier System : Amplitude shift keying (ASK), Frequency  Shift Keying (FSK), Phase Shift Keying (PSK), Differential Shift Keying (DPSK). Different codes (Error Detection & Correction Codes) like BCD, ASCII and Hamming codes.
TEXT BOOKS:
1.       ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS                 --GEORGE KENNEDY
2.       ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATIONS                                 --RODDY & COOLEN
REFERNCE BOOKS:

1.       ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS                 --Taub and Schilling

III B.Sc. V SEMESTER - ELECTRONICS - PAPER VII 
(PC MAINTENANCE AND TROUBLE SHOOTING)[PCMT]
Course code : ELE-357                                                                                                  Credits :1
UNIT – I
INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS:
Block diagram & types of computers. Mother Board Characteristics, choosing a Motherboard, Installing a Mother board, Upgrading system BIOS. Bus Slots – ISA, MCA, EISA, PCI,USB and firmware ( IEEE 1394). Features and comparison of 80286, 80386 and 80486, Characteristics of Pentium MMX, Comparison of Pentium-2 with all other processors. Dual core, core 2 duo, quad, P4, P4HT, I3, I5, I7 processors.
UNIT – II
BASIC TROUBLE SHOOTING: Introduction about proper tools in system maintenance, various test equipment for PC servicing, Reasons for failure of resistor, Reasons for failure of capacitor, Reasons for failure of other components, Safety precautions during trouble shooting.
Keyboard: Types of keyboards block diagram of keyboard, keyboard connectors. reasons for failure of keyboard.
Mouse: Working and components of mouse and different connectors.
Add on cards: MDA, CGA, VGA, Sound card, NIC card, SCSI Controller and FDC and HDC.

UNIT – III
STORAGE DEVICES: Introduction about disk drives, Characteristics of different disk drives
FDD:- Different types, working and components of drives.
HDD:- Different types, working and components of HDD drives partitioning & Formatting HDD
CDROM:- Different types working and components of CDROM drives.
DVD:- Different types, working and components of DVD.
Reasons for failure of disk drives
UNIT –IV
SMPS: linear, AT, ATX,
Block of SMPS and description of each block.
INTRODUCTION to  UPS & SPS:
Reasons for power supply failure, Impact of power supply failure on PC
MONITOR: Introduction about display units, Different display technologies, block diagram,  Reasons for display failure.
UNIT – V
PRINTERS:- Different types of printers, dot matrix, INKJET & LASER PRINTER – components and working.
PREVENTIVE MAINTANCE – Effect of heat and noise, Effect of corrosion on PC, Effect of power fluctuations, Effect of magnetic fields on system performance, EMI effect, Virus protection, Tools and techniques of S/W trouble shooting.

TEXT BOOKS:
      1. UPGRADING AND REPAIRING PC – SCOTT MULLER.
2. IBM PC and Clones: Hardware, Troubleshooting and Maintenance - GOVINDARAJALU. B
REFERNCE BOOKS:
1. I.T. HARDWARE                                    - NATSHELL.
2. PRINTER MANUALS.









B.Sc. III YEAR (24 Hours- 12 Sessions)
LAB – III (MICRO PROCESSOR)
Course code: ELE-353P                                                                                                                   Credits :2

(Software based experiments)

1. Binary addition & subtraction. (8-bit & 16-bit)
2. Multiplication & division.
3. Picking up largest/smallest number.
4. Arranging –ascending/descending order.
5. Decimal addition (DAA) & Subtraction.
6. Time delay generation
(Interfacing experiments)

7. Traffic signal controller interfacing

8. LED interfacing

9. Keyboard interfacing

10. A/D and D/A interfacing

11. 7 segment display interfacing

12. Real time clock

B.Sc. III YEAR (24 Hours- 12 Sessions)
LAB – IV (PC MAINTENANCE AND TROUBLE SHOOTING)

Course code : ELE-354P                                                                                                      Credits :1

1.      Identification of different peripherals and components in a PC.
2.      Identification of different types of motherboards.
3.      Identification of different expansion slots and add-on cards.
4.      Assembling a PC
5.      Study of CMOS  ROM BIOS setup utilities.
6.      . Change of  CMOS password and boot sequence
7.      Connecting hard drives, floppy drives and DVD writer
8.      Creating partitions and formatting a hard drive.
9.      Installation of  windows 2000 Professional and windows XP
10.  Installation of application software’s and antivirus software
11.  Installation of windows server 2003
12.  Installation and configuring display sound and LAN cards.
13.  Study of SMPS: checking different voltage levels.
14.  Study of monitor: checking different voltage levels


                                 










                                   III B.Sc. VI SEMESTER - ELECTRONICS - PAPER VIII
                                            (MICROCONTROLLERS & EMBEDDED SYSTEMS)
Course code : ELE-368                                                                                                        Credits :3
Unit– I                                                                                                                        8 hrs
Microcontroller Architecture: Comparison of Micro Controller with Micro Processor, Introduction to Microcontroller, RISC Vs CISC, internal Architecture of 8051description, pin description, Memory organization and expansion.
Unit - II                                                                                                                      8 hrs
Addressing modes & Instructions:
8051 Instruction set: Addressing modes and Bit addressable features, Data transfer Arithmetic, Logical & Branching Groups, brief ideas on Assembly Language programming development systems & Tools, real time clock.
Unit – III                                                                                                                     10 hrs                                  
8051 Interrupts, Timer, counters & serial communication:
Interrupt & I/o port structures and their operations. Assembly language programming with 8051. 8051 Timer and counter, 8051 data communication, serial communication – communication modes and interrupt programming.
Unit  - IV                                                                                                                    10 hrs
Interfacing and Application of Microcontrollers : Intel 8051/8031 interfacing with external memory, expansion of I/o ports. Digital to Analog converter, Analog to Digital converter, 7-segment Display, LCD module, Stepper Motor, and keyboard interfacing with 8051. Real time Clock.
Unit – V                                                                                                                       8 hrs
Industrial Applications of Microcontrollers: Measurement Applications using sensors, Linear variable differential transformer (LVDT), Angular speed measurement (RPM meter), Digital Thermometer, Digital PID controller, RTOS with 8051.
Text Books: 
1. A.V. Deshmukh, Microcontrollers Theory and applications TMH 2007.
2. Ayala, K.J., The 8051 Microcontroller Architecture, Programming and Applications, Cengage
    Learning India Pvt. Ltd.
Refernce Books:
1. Mazidi M.A, Mazidi JG, Rolin D. Mcinlay The 8051 Microcontroller & Embedded systems, Using
     Assembly and C 2nd Edition, Pearson Education, 2007.
2. Rajkamal, Microcontrollers Architecture, Programming interfacing and system Design Pearson
    Education 2007.





















III B.Sc. VI SEMESTER - ELECTRONICS - PAPER IX
(T.V. & WIRELESS COMMUNICATION)

Course code : ELE-369                                                                                            Credits :1
UNIT – 1                                                                                                                       (6 hours)
BASICS OF T.V. ENGINEERING:
a)   Elementary Concepts of TV System(Various Standards),  TV Transmitter – Block Diagram and Explanation.
b)  Scanning – Synchronization & Band Width requirements, VSB & Composite Video
     Signal,
c)  Plumbicon Camera Tube working and transfer characteristics    
d)  TV Receiver – Block Diagram and Explanation.
d)  Picture Tube – Working, Yagi – Uda antenna, Principles to Colour TV– Colour  
     Mixing, Compatibility, Hue, saturation etc.

UNIT – 2                                                                                                                        (8hours)
Introduction to wireless & Cellular communication systems :
Evolution of Mobile Communication, Paging Systems, Cordless Telephone Systems, Cellular Telephone Systems, Blue Tooth
Basic Cellular System its operations, frequency reuse, handoff strategies, interference & system capacity co-channel interference, adjacent channel interference, near and far – end effect, crosstalk, trunking & grade of service, improving coverage and capacity in cellular systems,
UNIT – 3                                                                                                                       (6 hours)
Multiple access techniques for wireless communications:
FDMA, TDMA,CDMA, space division multiple access (SDMA), packet radio protocols, carrier sense multiple access (CSMA), reservation protocols.
UNIT  - 4                                                                                                                       (5 hours)
Mobile radio Propagation :
Free space propagation model, 3 basic propagation mechanisms, practical link budget design using path loss models, outdoor propagation models – Okumura and Hata models, Indoor propagation models – partition loss, Ericson multiple break point model.
UNIT – 5                                                                                                                       (6 hours)
Wireless systems and standards:
Advanced Mobile Telephone systems (AMPS), ETACS, GSM, DECT, personal access communication systems (PACS), Future public land mobile telecommunication systems.
Text Books: 
1.  Monochrome & colour television                -   R. R. Gulati
2. Wireless Communications : Principles and Practice” 2/e Pearson Education, 2003. by Theodore, S.Rappaport.
3.  Mobile Cellular Telecommunications : Analog and Digital systems “2/e,
     MC- Graw Hill, 1995 by William, C.Y. Lee,
Refernce Books:
1. “Modern wireless communications” 1/e, Pearson Education 2005. by Simon Haykin &  
      Michael Moher.
2.   Wireless Communications – Palvan & Kavitha Krishna Murthy – Wiley Pubs.

III B.Sc. VI SEMESTER - ELECTRONICS - PAPER X
(OPTICAL FIBRE COMMUNICATION) [OFC]

Course code : ELE-36X                                                                                           Credits :1

UNIT – I                                                                                                                  (6 hours)
Overview of optical fiber communication :
Optical Fibers & structures. Nature of light, Basic optical laws and definitions, Modes and configurations description, single, Multimode step index and Graded index fibers, Fiber materials and fabrication.

UNIT – II                                                                                                                (5 hours)
Signal degradation in optical fibers :
Attenuation, Signal distortion, Mode coupling, Design optimization of single mode couplers. 

UNIT – III                                                                                                              (6 hours)
Optical sources :
Semi conductors as optical sources and their fabrication. LED and Laser diodes, Linearity of sources, Modal, Partition and reflection noise.

UNIT – IV                                                                                                              (6 hours)
Photo detectors :
 Physical principles of PIN and APD, Photo detector noise, detector response time Avalanche multiplication noise, temperature effect on avalanche gain, Photo diode materials.
.
UNIT – V                                                                                                               (5 hours)
Optical receiver operations:
Fundamental receiver operation, Digital receiver performance calculation. Pre amplifiers types, Analog receivers, Point to point links, Line coding, Noise effects on digital transmission system performance. 

Text Books :
1.  Optical Fiber Communications” 3/e, Mc. Graw Hill, 2000 by Gerd Keiser.
2.  Optical Fiber communications : Principles and Practice” 2/e Pearson Education, 2006. - John M. Senior

Refernce Books:
1.   Fiber Optic Communications , 5/e, Pearson Education, 2008 by Joseph C. Palais.
2.   Optical Communication systems”, 2/e, PHI 1993 by John Gowar.

B.Sc. III Year –Electronics

PRACTICALS (24Hours- 12 Sessions)
MICROCONTROLLER & INTERFACING

Course code: ELE-365P                                                                                           Credits: 2

Microcontroller Experiments using 8051 kit

1.      Multiplication of two numbers using MUL command (later using counter method for repeated addition )
2.      Division of two numbers using DIV command (later using counter method for repeated subtraction )
3.      Pick the smallest  number among a given set of numbers
4.      Pick the  largest number among a given set of numbers
5.      Arrange ‘n’  numbers in ascending order
6.      Arrange  ‘n’  numbers in descending order
7.      Generate a specified time delay
8.      Flash a LED connected at a specified output port terminal
9.      LCD Interfacing
10.  Seven segment display interfacing.
11.  Buzzer on and off interfacing.
12.  Relay on and off interfacing.
13.  DC motor forward and reverse rotation interfacing.
14.  Real time clock to display the time
15.  EEPROM interfacing.
16.  Interfacing of switches.
17.  Interface a stepper motor –  and rotate it  clock wise or anti clock wise through given angle steps
18.  Interface a ADC and a temperature sensor to measure temperature
19.  Interface a DAC & Generate a stair case wave form – with step duration and no. of steps as variables

Note: Student has to perform the any 12 experiments


STUDENTS HAS TO DO A GROUP PROJECT WORK DURING THIRD YEAR


























B.Sc. III Year –Electronics

  PRACTICALS (24 Hours- 12Sessions)

Communication Lab

Course code: ELE-366P                                                                                                       Credits: 2


  1. Amplitude modulation (AM)
  2. Amplitude De-modulation
  3. Frequency modulation (FM)
  4. Frequency De-modulation
  5. Pulse Amplitude modulation (PAM)
  6. Pulse Width modulation (PWM)
  7. Pulse Position modulation (PPM)
  8. Pulse Code modulation (PCM)
  9. Characteristics of LED
  10. Characteristics of APD
  11. Design and study of fiber optical analog link.
  12. Study of loss Characteristics of fiber optics at different wavelengths.
  13. Bending losses of graded index fiber
  14. Bending losses of step indexed fiber
  15. Losses in single and multi loop.
  16. Losses in point to point coupling.
  17. T.V demo kit



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