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3 0 0 3 UNIT I HIGHER EDUCATION AN INTRODUCTION Historical perspectives, the objectives of higher education, role of higher education-social focus, curricular focus, administrative focus, drivers of change in higher education-globalization, changing demographics, structuring of employment, technological change, demand of accountability, consumerism,. Expectations by employers, rate of knowledge growth, campus demographics, concern for community. Restructuring and new patterns of decision making. UNIT II RESEARCH PROCESSES AND METHODOLOGY Introduction to Research Research strategies Ethics Code of conduct for Research Health and Safety IPR Research Events Networks Outreach Activities Best Research practices Quality assurance for Research Career Management for Researchers Research seminars Journal critiques -. UNIT III EFFECTIVE RESEARCH SKILLS Data collection Modeling Simulation Analysis Prototyping Presentation Skills Data Presentation Skills Research Writing skills (For Articles, Reports, Journals and Thesis) Creative Skills Effective Interview Skills Team Building Skills Communication and Interpersonal Skills knowledge Transfer skills Vivo voce Teaching and Information Skills Effective use of Library Survey Skills Planning and Control Methods Statistical Tools Patents and Copyrights Advanced Research Techniques and Tools. UNIT IV TECHNIQUES OF TEACHING AND EVALUATION Large group techniques lecture, seminar, symposium, panel discussion-project approaches and workshop. Small Group techniques-group discussion simulation, role playing-Buzz techniques, brain storming, case discussion and assignmentsystem approach in education. Individualized techniques-CAI Keller plan PSI and programmed learning-methods of evaluation-self evaluation and student evaluation in higher education, question banking, diagnostic testing and remedial teaching. UNIT V ESSENTIALS FOR EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION IN ENGLISH Improving Vocabulary stock-general and technical vocabulary-British and American vocabularyhomophones & homonyms, idioms and phrases-Different grammatical functions of the same word-Grammar-Tenses, Voice, reported speech, Modals, spoken English structures, formal and informal-letters, project reports, descriptions, circulars, synopsis and summary writing. Listening skills for competitive exams-Reading skills-skimming and scanning Reading journals, magazines and newspapers for comprehension. Practical use of English conversation, seminars, individual speeches and group discussions. Reference skills-Using dictionary, thesaurus and encyclopedia effectively. Error shooting for better use of English. TEXT BOOKS Alley, Michael, 1996, The Craft of Scientific Writing, 3rd Edition, Springer. Alley, Michael, 2003, The Craft of Scientific Presentations, Springer.

REFERENCES Hubbuch, Susan.M, 2005, Writing Research Papers Across the Curriculum, 5th Edition, Thompson, Florida. Vedanayagam.E.G, 1989, Teaching technology for college teachers, Sterling publishers (Pvt) Ltd, New Delhi. Kumar.K.H, 2005, Educational technology New age international (Pvt) Ltd, , New Delhi. Tony Bates.A.N, 1997, Technology, e-learning and distance education, Rout ledge, New York. Aggarwal.J.C, 1995, Essential of educational technology, Teaching Learning innovations in education, Vikas publishing house (p) Ltd, New Delhi. Crow & Crow, 2005, Educational Psychology, Erusia Publishing House New Delhi. Ashraf Rizvi.M, Effective technical communication, TataMcGraw Hill Co.Ltd, New Delhi. 11PMEVLE02 ASIC DESIGN 3 0 0 3 UNIT I INTRODUCTION Types of ASICs Design Flow CMOS transistors, CMOS design rules Combinational Logic Cell Sequential logic cell Data path logic cell Transistors as Resistors Transistor Parasitic Capacitance Logical effort Library cell design Library architecture. UNIT II PROGRAMMABLE ASICS Anti fuse static RAM EPROM and EEPROM technology PREP bench marks Actel ACT Xilinx LCA Altera FLEX Altera MAX DC & AC inputs and outputs Clock and power inputs Xilinx I/O blocks. UNIT III PROGRAMMABLE ASIC DESIGN SOFTWARE Actel ACT Xilinx LCA Xilinx EPLD Altera MAX 5000 and 7000 Altera MAX 9000 Altera FLEX Design systems Logic Synthesis Half Gate ASIC Schematic entry Low level design language PLA tools EDIF CFI design representation. UNIT IV LOGIC SYNTHESIS, SIMULATION AND TESTING Verilog and logic synthesis VHDL and logic synthesis - Types of simulation Boundary scan test Fault simulation Automatic test pattern generation. UNIT V ASIC CONSTRUCTION AND ROUTING System partition FPGA partitioning partitioning methods floor planning placement physical design flow global routing detailed routing special routing circuit extraction DRC. REFERENCES SMITH.M.J.S, 1997, Application Specific Integrated Circuits Addison Wesley Longman Inc, New Jersey. Andrew Brown, 1991 , VLSI Circuits and Systems in Silicon, McGraw Hill, New York. Brown.S.D, Francis.R.J, Rox.J, Uranesic.Z.G, 1992, Field Programmable Gate Arrays, Kluever Academic Publishers. Mohammed Ismail and Terri Fiez, 1994,Analog VLSI Signal and Information Processing, McGraw Hill, New York

Kung.S.Y, Whilo House.H.J, Kailath.T, 1985,VLSI and Modern Signal Processing, Prentice Hall, New Jersey Jose.E.France, YannisTsividis, 1994, Design of Analog Digital VLSI Circuits for Telecommunication and Signal Processing, Prentice Hall, New Jersey. 11PMEVLE07 CMOS VLSI DESIGN 3 0 0 3 UNIT I MOS TRANSISTOR THEORY Introduction to I.C Technology. Basic MOS transistors. Threshold Voltage. Body effect. Basic D.C. Equations. Second order effects. MOS models. Small signal A.C characteristics. The complementary CMOS inverter. DC characteristics. Static Load MOS inverters. The differential inverters. Transmission gate. UNIT II CMOS PROCESSING TECHNOLOGY Silicon semiconductor technology. Wafer processing, Oxidation, epitaxy, deposition, Ion implantation. CMOS technology. nwell, pwell process. Silicon on insulator. CMOS process enhancement. Interconnect and circuit elements. Layout design rules. Latchup. UNIT III CIRCUIT CHARACTERISTICS & PERFORMANCE ESTIMATION Resistance estimation. Capacitance estimation. MOS capacitor characteristics. Device capacitances. Diffusion capacitance. SPICE modeling of MOS capacitance. Routing capacitance. Distributed RC effects. Inductance. Switching characteristics. Rise time. Fall time. Delay time. Empirical delay models. Gate delays. CMOS gate transistor sizing. Power dissipation. Scaling of MOS transistor dimensions. UNIT IV CMOS CIRCUIT AND LOGIC DESIGN Cmos Logic gate design. Fan in and fan out. Typical CMOS NAND and NOR delays. Transistor sizing. CMOS logic structures. Complementary logic. BICMOS logic. Pseudo nMOS logic. Dynamic CMOS logic. Clocked CMOS logic. Pass transistor logic. CMOS domino logic. NP domino logic. Cascade voltage switch logic. Source follower pull up Logic (SFPL). Clocking strategies I/O structures. UNIT V CMOS SUBSYSTEM DESIGN Data path operations. Addition/subtraction. Parity generators. Comparators. Zero/one detectors. Binary Counters. ALUs. Multiplication. Array, Radix-n, Wallace Tree and Serial Multiplication. Shifters. Memory elements. RWM, Rom, Content Addressable Memory. Control: FSM, PLA Control Implementation. REFERENCES Neil.H.E. Weste and K.Eshragian, 2000, Principles of CMOS VLSI Design, 2nd Edition, Addison-Wesley, New Jersey. Douglas A. Pucknell & K.Eshragian, 2000, Basic VLSI Design, 3rd Edition.PHI, New Delhi. Jacob Baker.R, Harry W. LI, & David K. Boyce, 2000, CMOS Circuit Design, 3rd Indian reprint, PHI, New Delhi.