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ACADEMIC PLAN FOR IV SEMESTER Sub : SOFTWARE ENGINEERING. SUBJECT CODE : ETCS-202. Credits – 04. Total Lecture Classes Available : 44

   

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Introduction : Software Crisis, software process charactersistics, software like cycle models, waterfall prototype, evolutionary spiral models.

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Software requirements analysis & Specifications : Requirement engineering, requirement elicitation techniques like FAST, QFD & use case approach, requirements analysis using DFD, data dictionary & ER diagrams, requirement documentation. Nature of SRS characteristics, organization of SRS.

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Software Design : Cohesion & Coupling, classification of cohesiveness & coupling.

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FUNCTION Oriented Design, deriving structure chart from DFD.

 

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Object Oriented Design : Steps for object oriented design.

 

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Software Project planning : Size estimation like lines of code & function

 

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count, cost

 

estimation models, cocomo, cocomo-II, Putnam resource

allocation model, Risk management.

 

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Software Metrics : Software Measurements what & why, token count, halstead software science measures, design metrics, data structure metrics, information flow metrics.

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Software Reliability ; Important hardware Reliability & Software reliability failure & faults , reliability models, basic model, logarithmic passion model, software quality cmm & ISO 9001.

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Introduction to testing.

 

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Rodigue’s Formula

 

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Software Testing : Testing process, design a test case, functional testing, boundary value analysis, equivalence class graph structure testing, data flow & mutation testing, unit testing, integration & system testing, debugging, Alpha & beta testing, testing tools & standards.

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Software Maintanence : Management of maintanence, maintenance process, maintenance models, regression testing, reverse engineering software reengineering, configuration management, documentation.

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ACADEMIC PLAN FOR IV SEMESTER Sub : ANALOG ELECTRONICS – II. SUBJECT CODE : ETEC-204. Credits – 04. Total Lecture Classes Available : 40.

   

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Building blocks of analog IC’s.

 

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Differential Amplifier.

 

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Active Loads, Level Shifters, current mirror and output stages.

 

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Op-Amp model.

 

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Op-amp DC and AC parameters.

 

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Virtual Ground.

 

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Inverting and Non inverting Amplifiers.

 

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Difference Amplifiers.

 

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Adders

 

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Voltage to current and Current to voltage converter.

 

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Sine Wave Generator.

 

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Phase Shift Oscillator, Wain Bridge Oscillator, Hartley and Colpitts Oscillator.

 

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Ramp and

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Saw tooth generators

 

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Linearity of waveforms.

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Crystal Oscillators.

 

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Astable Multi vibrators.

 

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Clipping and Clamping circuits.

 

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Comparators.

 

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Log/Antilog circuits using Op-amps.

 

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Precision rectifiers.

 

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Idealistic and realistic Response of filters (LP,BP,HP)

 

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Butterworth & chebyshev approximation filter functions.

 

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All pars Notch filter

 

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OTA as Integrator, differentiator

 

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OTA- C oscillators and OTA –C filters.

 

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Power amplifiers.

 

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a) Power dissipation in transistors

 

b) Harmonic distortion.

c) Amplifier Classification (Class A, B, C, AB)

d) Efficiency.

e) Push-pull and complimentary.

f) Tuned Amplifiers.

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Application of IC analog multiplier

 

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a) IC phase locked loops.

 

b) IC voltage regulators.

c) IC function generators.

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Introduction to current conveyor.

 

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ACADEMIC PLAN FOR IV SEMESTER Sub : DIGITAL CIRCUITS AND SYSTEMS –I. SUBJECT CODE : ETEC-206. Credits – 04. Total Lecture Classes Available : 40.

   

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Analog and Digital signals : AND, OR, NOT, NAND, NOR, XOR & XNOR gates.

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Boolean Algebra.

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Standard representation of logic functions.

 

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K-map simplification of logoc functions, don’t care conditions, XOR, XNOR simplification, introduction to Q-M.

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Combinational Circuits, multiplexers, demux, decoders, encoders.

 

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Adders, substractors.

 

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Code converter, binary codes.

 

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Comparator, Decoder/Driver for display devices.

 

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Logic implementation using ROM, PAL and PLA.

 

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Filp flops, S-r J-K,D,T FF’s excitation tables, race around conditions,

 
 

conversion of FF.

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Sequential shift registers.

 

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Asynchronous counter.

 

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Synchronous counter.

 

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Cascade counters and sequence detectors.

 

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ADC and DAC, R- 2R, Weighted R, Linear, ramp, Dual slope, Successive Approximation, nyquist sampling.

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555 timer and application as mono stable and astable.

 

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TTL, RTL, DTL, ECL, CMOS logic families, inetfacing of TTL & CMOS.

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Semiconductor memories, memory organization and operation classification & characteristics of memories RAM, ROM and content addressable memories.

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ACADEMIC PLAN FOR IV SEMESTER

Sub : Communication Systems and Circuit – I. SUBJECT CODE : ETEC- 208. Credits : 04. Total Lecture Classes Available : 40.

   

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Introduction to electronic communication system frequency spectrum of EM Waves.

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Modulation, bandwidth and information capacity, transmission.

 

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Internal noise (thermal, shot transit time) External noise ( Atmosphere, industrial, extra terrestrial)

 

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Noise calculations, noise figure, noise temperature.

 

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Amplitude modulation

   

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Transmission ( Principle, Spectrum, Efficiency, power and current calculation)

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AM envelop, AM modulator circuits.

 

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AM transmitters.

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AM receivers & receivers parameters (sensitivity, selectivity, dynamic range,

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fidelity)

   

ARF receivers,

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super heterodyne Receiver

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QAM (Quadrature Amplitude modulation)

 

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Mixer/Converter, low noise amplifier.

 

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Noise Limiter, AGC circuit.

 

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SSB, AM SSB full carrier, AM SSB reduced carrier, suppressed carrier independent side band, AM VSB.

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Comparison of SSB transmission to conventional AM

 

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SSb generation methods.

 

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SSb Transmitter.

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Angle modulation systems :angle modulation (mathematical analysis, Deviation, Sensitivity, waveforms, phase deviation and modulation index)

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Frequency Analysis of angle modulated system, bandwidth requirement of angle modulated system.

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Noise and angle modulation :Pre emphasis & De emphasis

 

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Generation of FM waves.

 

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Demodulation of Fm waves, Angle modulation versus AM.

 

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Pulse Analog Modulation :Nyquist Theorem

 

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Practical Sampling.

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PAM, PWM and PPM generation and detection.

 

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Noise in CW modulation. Noise calculation in communication system.

 

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Noise in AM system.

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Noise in Angle modulated Systems.

 

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Narrow Band Noise.

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ACADEMIC PLAN FOR IV SEMESTER Sub : Electromagnetic Fields and Transmission Lines. SUBJECT CODE : ETEC-210. Credits – 04. Total Lecture Classes Available : 40.

   

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Mathematical orientation, circuits & field vector analysis. Physical interpretation of gradient, divergence & curl.

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Vector relations in other co/ordinate systems.

 

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Integral theorems, dirox delta, matrices.

 

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Electrostatics: fundamental relations of electrostatic fields.

 

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Gauss Law, field due to continuous distribution of charge.

 

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Potential function, equi potential surface & divergence theorem.

 

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Possion’s Laplace Equation (I-Div)

 

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Capacitance, electrostatic energy

 

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Conditions at boundary between dielectrics

 

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Dirac Delta representation of a point charge, dirac delta representation of an infinitesimal dipole.

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Magnetostatics Magnetic Induction, faraday’s law, magnetic flux density, magnetic field strength of ampere’s law

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Gauss law in differential vector form, permeability, energy stored in magnetic

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field, ampere’s law for current element.

 

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Volume distribution of current & dirac delta, ampere’s force law.

 

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Magnetic vector potential, for field of a current distribution.

 

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Equation of

continuity

for time varying

fields.

Inconsistency

of

ampere’s

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circuital law.

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Maxwell’s Equation.

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Conditions at boundary surfaces.

 

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EM waves : Solutions of free space conditions uniform plane wave propalians.

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Wave equation for a conducting medium.

 

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Sinusoidal time variations, conductors & Dielectrics

 

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Polarization.

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Direction Cosine, reflection from different media surface impedance.

 

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Poynting theorem.

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Transmission Line & transmission line equation, characteristic impedance.

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Propagation constant, Attenuation and phase constant, Computation of primary and secondary constant.

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Transmission line analogy, line distortion, Loading of lines.

 

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Artificial lines, reflection coefficient VSWR, Reflection loss, Efficiency of X- mission lines.

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UHF line, Smith charts uater wave transformer, single and double stub matchinh UHF lines circuit elements.

 

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Equalizers, classification Inverse networks, lattice and Bridge T attenuation equalizers, phase equalizer (intro only)

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Attenuators, Symmetrical & Asymmetrical , bridge t & ladder N/W valuable attenuator (introductive Only).

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ACADEMIC PLAN FOR IV SEMESTER

Sub : OPERATING SYSTEMS. SUBJECT CODE : ETCS-212. Credits – 04. Total Lecture Classes Available : 40.

   

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Introduction : What is an operating system, simple, Batch system, multi programmed batch system, time sharing systems, personal computer system, parallel systems, distributed systems, RTS.

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Processes : Process Concept, process scheduling, operation on process, cooperating process, IP communication, CPU scheduling; Basic Concepts, scheduling criteria, Scheduling Algo, multiple processor scheduling, real time scheduling, algo evaluation.

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Memory management : Background, logical vs physical addresses, swapping,

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contiguous allocation, paging, segmentation, Segmentation with paging, VM :Demand paging , paging replacement, paging replacement algo,

performance

   
 

of demand paging; allocation of frames, thrashing demand

segmentation.

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Process synchronization : CS problem, synchronization hardware, semophose, classical problem of synchronization, critical region, monitors, atomic transaction, synchronization in salaries.

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Dead lock : Characterization, handling deadlock, prevention , avoidance,detection,recovery,combined opp to dead lock handling.

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Device management :Techniques for device management dedicated devices, shared devices, virtual devices, device characterization H/W consideration, input or output devices, storage devices, channel and control units, independent device, operations. Buffering, multiplexing, allocation consideration. Secondary storage structure, disk structure scheduling, management, reliability, stable storage implementation.

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IIIrd TERM

 

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Access control verification, logical file system, physical file system, file system interface, file concepts, access method, dissection structure, protection, consistency, semantics, file system implementation, file space management, directory implementation, efficiency and performance, recovery.

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