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Linear Integrated Circuits EECL 204B 3­1­0=4 ________________________________________________________ Differential Amplifiers Basics of Differential Amplifier, Transistorized Differential Amplifier, Configurations of Differential Amplifier, Analysis of Dual Input Balanced Output Differential Amplifier, Constant Current Bias, Current Mirror Circuit, Cascading of Differential Amplifiers. Introduction to Operational Amplifiers The Ideal Op-Amp, Block diagram Representation of Op-Amp, Voltage Transfer Curve of Op-Amp, Integrated Circuit: Package Types, Pin Identification and Temperature- Ranges, Interpretation of Data sheets and Characteristics of an Op-Amp, Inverting and Non-Inverting Configuration, Ideal Open-Loop and Closed-Loop Operation of Op-Amp, Block diagram Representation of Feedback Configurations, Voltage-Series Feedback Amplifier, Voltage-Shunt Feedback Amplifier, Differential Amplifiers with One & Two Op-Amps. Frequency Response of an Op-Amp Introduction, Frequency Response, Compensating Networks, Frequency Response of Internally Compensated Op-Amp, Frequency response of Noncompensated Op-Amp, Closed-Loop Frequency Response, Circuit Stability, Slew Rate. General Linear Applications DC & AC Amplifiers, Peaking Amplifier, Summing, Scaling and Averaging amplifier, Instrumentation Amplifier, Voltage-to-Current Converter, Currentto-Voltage Converter, The Integrator, The Differentiator, Log and Antilog Amplifier, Peak Detector, Precision Rectifiers, Comparator, Zero Crossing Detector, Schmitt Trigger, Sample and Hold Circuit, Clippers and Clampers, A/D and D/A Converters. Active Filters and Oscillators Active Filters:- Butterworth Filters, Band-Pass Filters, Band Reject Filters, AllPass Filters. Oscillators and Wave Generators:- Phase Shift Oscillator, Wien Bridge Oscillator, Voltage-Controlled Oscillator(VCO), Square Wave Generator, Triangular Wave Generator, Saw-tooth Wave Generator. Specialized IC Applications Introduction, Universal Active Filter, The 555 Timer, Monostable and Astable Multivibrator using IC 555, Phase-Locked Loop(PLL), Voltage Regulators. Reference and Text-books: · OP-AMP and Linear IC's By Ramakant A. Gayakwad, Prentice Hall · Digital Integrated Electronics, By Taub and Schilling, McGraw Hill · Integrated Electronics, By Millman J. and Halkias C.C., McGraw Hill. · Op-Amp and Linear IC's, By Caughlier and Driscoll, PHI Analog Communication EECL 205B 3­1­0=4 ________________________________________________________ Introduction: Historical Review, Elements of an Electronic Communication System, Communication Channel and their Characteristics, Mathematical Models for Communication Channels. Frequency Domain Analysis of Signals and Systems: The Fourier Transform, Properties of the Fourier Transform, Rayleigh`s Energy Theorem,


the inverse relationship between time and frequency, Dirac Delta Function, Fourier transform of Periodic signals, transformation of signals through Linear systems, Paley-Wiener Criterion, Hilbert transform, Band Pass signals, Transmission of Band Pass signals, Phase and group delay. Analog Signals Transmission and Reception: Introduction, Amplitude Modulation, Double side Band Suppressed carrier Amplitude Modulation, Single side band Amplitude Modulation, Vesetigal side band Modulation, Implementation of AM Modulators and De-Modulators, Frequency division Multiplexing, Analog Modulation, representation of FM and PM signals, Sprectral Characteristic of Analog Modulated Signals, Implementation of Angle Modulators and De-Modulators, AM Radio Broadcasting, FM Radio Broadcasting Effect of Noise on Analog communication System: White noise, shot noise, thermal noise, noise equivalent bandwidth, Effect of Noise on AM , Effect of Noise on DSB-SCAM, Effect of Noise on SSBAM, Carrier Phase Estimation with Phase Locked loop , Effect of Noise on Angle Modulation, Threshold Effect in Angle Modulation, Pre-EMEPhasis and De-EMEPhasis in FM. Suggested Readings: · Communication Systems, Simon Haykin, John Willey & Sons · Communication Systems Engineering, Proakis & Salehi, Pearson Education · Radio Engineering, G.K. Mithal · Electronic Communication, Roody & Coolen · Electronic Communication, Kennedy Microprocessor & Interfacing EECL 209B 3­1­0=4 ________________________________________________________ Introduction: Important features, educational need Applications. Microprocessor Architecture: Arithmetic Logic Unit (ALU), Timing & Control Unit, Register organization, Data & Address bus, Interface Unit, Intel 8085 instructions, Instruction Ward size, one byte, two byte and three byte instructions, Timing & Control signals, fetch operations, Execution Operations, Machine Cycle and state, Instruction and data flow, system timing diagram. Programming microprocessors: Data representation, Instruction formats, Addressing modes, Instruction set, Assembly language programming, Subroutine linkage, Interrupt.. Memory interfacing: Types of main memories, Compatibility between memory and system bus, Address space, Portioning address space, Special chips for address decoding, ROM & RAM interfacing. Data transfer techniques and their implementation: Programmed data transfer, DMA mode of transfer, I/O port, Device polling in interrupt driven mode of date transfer DMA controller and data transfer in DMA mode, Serial mode of data transfer, Introduction to standard interfacing chips 8155, 8255, 8259, 8253, 8279, 8272 & 8251. Common peripheral & their interfacing: Keyboard, LEDS, common Display and keyboard scanning. Application: Traffic light controller, digital clock, automatic water flow control, data acquisition system etc.


Suggested Readings: Digital system & microprocessor ,J P Hayes,Mc Graw Hill Microprocessor architecture, prog. and app , R S Gaonker, Wiley Eastern Microprocessor & Interfacing prog. & Hardware, D V Hall,MC Graw Hill IBM PC assembly language & programming,Peter Abal,PHI The Pentium Microprocessor, J L Antonakos, PHI

Linear Integrated Circuits Lab EECP 203B 0­0­2=1 ________________________________________________________ 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. To study and verify the op-amp parameters including Offset voltage, CMRR & Slew-Rate To study and verify the Op-amp as an Inverting & Non-Inverting amplifier. To study and verify the application of an Op-amp as a Differentiator & Integrator. To study and verify the application of an Op-amp as a Comparator, Schmitt Trigger, Peak Detector, Zero crossing detector. To study and verify the application of an Op-amp as a Clipper & Clamper. To study and verify the application of an Op-amp as a Precision Rectifier. To study and verify the application of an Op-amp as a Voltage-to-Current / Current-to-Voltage Converter. To study and verify the application of an Op-amp as an Astable Multivibrator / Monostable Multivibrator using IC 555 timer. To study and verify Phased Lock Loop(PLL) To study the performance of a 3 pin fixed voltage regulator and a 3 pin variable Voltage regulator. To study the working of Op-amp based filters. To study and verify the application of op-amp as Wave-form generator To study and verify the application of op-amp as log / anti-log amplifier. To study and verify the application of op-amp as A/D & D/A convertor

Analog Communication Laboratory EECP 205B 0 ­ 0 ­2 = 1 ________________________________________________________ 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. To study and calculate the modulation index of AM wave To study the demodulation of AM wave and find out modulation frequency To study and observe frequency modulation Study of various FM receivers Study of modulation and detection of single side band modulation. To find the selectivity & sensitivity of the AM receiver To find and plot the fidelity of the AM receiver. Study of various AM receivers To study the sample and hold process. To study PAM and its demodulation To study PWM and its demodulation Study of 3 ­band superhetrodyne receiver. Noise power spectral density measurement Probability Theory & Statistical Methods SPML203B 3­1­0=4


________________________________________________________ Probability: Sample spaces, events, probability axioms, joint probability, conditional probability, total probability, Baye's theorem, multiple events, properties of independent events. The Random Variable: Definition of random variable, function of a random variable, discrete and continuous random variables, distribution and density function, Binomial, Poisson, uniform and Gaussian random variables, conditional distribution and density functions. Bivariate distributions, joint distribution and density, marginal distribution and density functions, conditional distribution and density, statistical independence, distribution and density of a sum and product of random variables. Operation on one random variable: Expected value of a random variable, conditional expected value, moments about a point, moment generating function, variance, skewness and Kurtosis, covariance, correlation and regression transformation of random variables. Stochastic (random) processes: The random process concept, classification of processes, special processes ­Poisson process and wiener process, stationarity and independence, distribution and density functions, statistical independence, first order stationary processes, second order and wide sense stationary, time averages and ergodicity, correlation functions, covariance function. Spectral characteristics of random processes: Power density spectrum and its properties, bandwidth of the power density spectrum, relationship between power spectrum and autocorrelation function, cross power spectral density and its properties. Suggested Readings: 1 Probability Theory and Random Processes, S.P.Eugence Xavier, S. Chand & 2 Probability, Random variables & Stochastic Processes. Papoulis, McGraw Hill 3 Probability and Statistics, Murry Spiegel,McGraw Hill 4 Introduction to Probability and Statistics, J.S.Milton,J.C. Arnold Material Science SPML 204B 3 ­0 ­ 0 = 3 ________________________________________________________ Classification of materials, Crystal structure, interatomic bonding. Ferromagnetic and Ferroelectric materials, Anisotropic effects, Magnetic and electric domains, Magnetostriction, Measurement of magnetic and electrical properties of materials. Stress and strain tensors, Elastic constants, Effect of structure on elastic behaviour, Elastic stress distributions, Viscosity and Viscoelasticity in polymers, Yielding criteria, Dislocations and plastic deformation of metals and ceramics, Strengthening mechanisms, Creep, Brittle fracture in ceramics and glasses, Toughening of ceramics and composites, Fatigue, Mechanical testing, Strength and engineering design with brittle solids, Heat treatment, Powder processing.


Properties of polymeric and ceramic materials. Materials for signal processing, transducers and digital data storage. Piezoelectric materials and their applications. photonic materials and their applications. Electro-optic ceramics and their applications. Magnetic ceramics and their applications. Introduce the concept of nanotechnology, types of nanomaterials, synthesis and applications (mechanics, electronics, optoelectroics, energy and biomedical sciences). Suggested Readings:


Materials Science and Engineering: An Introduction, 6/e By- William D. Jr., Callister,. Pubulisher, Wiley Text Books. ISBN, 0471135763. Edition. Elements of Material Science and Engineering, 6/e, By- Lawrence H. Van Vlack, Pearson Education India, ISBN 0201352265


Introduction to logic PPCL 201 B 3-0-0=3 ________________________________________________________ This course aims to introduce students to the basic elements of sentential and predicate logic: truth functions, decision procedures, techniques of symbolization, formal and informal fallacies, techniques of proof construction, quantification and proof construction. The students will be evaluated in terms of quizzes (20% weight age) two minors (40% weight age) and major (40% weight age). Prescribed Book: Introduction to Logic by Irving M.Copi



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