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# RGPV 4th sem CBCS EC Syllabus | RGPV Electronics Engg CBCS Syllabus 4th Sem 2nd Year www.rgpv.ac.in

## RGPV 4th sem CBCS EC Syllabus | RGPV Electronics Engg CBCS Syllabus 4th Sem 2nd Year

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 RGPV 3rd Sem Electronics & Communication Engineering Subjects RGPV 4th Sem (Electronics & Communication Engineering Subjects ·         Mathematics-III (Departmental Mathematics) ·         Digital circuits & system ·         Network Analysis ·         Electronic Devices & Circuits ·         Measurements and ·         Instrumentation ·         Communication Skills ·         Idea Generation ·         Learning Through Experts ·         Signals and Systems ·         System Engineering ·         Integrated Circuits and its Applications ·         Communication Systems ·         Control Systems ·         Material Science ·         Simulation Lab ·         HU    NSS/NCC

## RGPV 2nd year CBCS Electronics & Communication Engineering Syllabus (4th Sem Syllabus)

Now RGPV Bhopal announced the 2nd year 4th sem syllabus of EC branch; it contain above mentioned subjects. The RGPV also give the detail of 4th sem CBCS EC practical list. If you want to download RGPV 4th sem CBCS Practical list of EC branch; please follow below links:
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#### COURSE CONTENTS:

Overview of signals: Basic definitions. Classification of signals, Continuous and discrete timesignals, Signal operations and properties, discretization of continuous time signals, Signalsampling and quantization.Continuous Time and Discrete TimeSystem characterization: Basic system properties:Linearity, Static and dynamic, stability and causality, time invariant and variant system,invertible and non-invertible, representation of continuous systems.Response of Continuous Time–LTI System:Impulse response and convolution integral,properties of convolution, signal responses to CT-LTI system.z-Transform: Introduction, ROC of finite duration sequence, ROC of infinite duration sequence,Relation between Discrete time Fourier Transform and z-transform, properties of the ROC,Properties of z-transform, Inverse z-Transform, Analysis of discrete time LTI system using zTransform, Unilateral z-TransformDiscrete Time System: Impulse response characterization and convolution sum, Causal signalresponse to DT-LTI systems. Properties of convolution summation, Impulse response of DT-LTIsystem and its properties.Fourier analysis of discrete time signals: Introduction, Properties and application of discretetime Fourier series, Representation of Aperiodic signals, Fourier transform and its properties,Convergence of discrete time Fourier transform, Fourier Transform for periodic signals,Applications of DTFTSystems with Finite and infinite duration response: Recursive and non-recursive discrete timesystems-realization structures-direct form-I, direct form-II, Transpose, cascade and parallelforms, state space analysis: Representation and solution for continuous and discrete time LTIsystem.

#### RGPV CBCS System Engineering Syllabus Electronics Branch

What is System Engineering, Origin, Examples of Systems requiring systems

engineering,Systems Engineer Career Development Model, Perspectives of Systems
Engineering, Systems Domains, Systems Engineering Fields, SystemEngineering Approaches.
Structure of Complex Systems, System Building Blocks and Interfaces, Hierarchy of Complex
Systems, System Building Blocks, The System Environment, Interfaces and Interactions,
Complexity in Modern Systems.
Concept Development and Exploration, Originating a New System, Operations Analysis,
Functional Analysis, Feasibility, System Operational Requirements, Implementation of Concept
Exploration.
Engineering Development, Reducing Program Risks, Requirements Analysis, Functional
Analysis and Design, Prototype Development as a Risk Mitigation Technique, Development
Testing, Risk Reduction.
Integration and Evaluation, Integrating, Testing, And Evaluating The Total System, Test
Planning And Preparation, System Integration, Developmental System Testing, Operational Test
And Evaluation, Engineering For Production, Transition From Development To Production,
Production Operations.

#### RGPV CBCS Integrated Circuits and its Applications Syllabus Electronics Branch

Integrated Circuits and its Applications

COURSE CONTENTS:
Feedback Amplifier and Oscillators:Concept of feedback and their types, Amplifier with
negative feedback and its advantages. Feedback Topologies.
Oscillators:Concept of Positive feedback,Classificationof Oscillators,Barkhausen
criterion,Types of oscillators:RCoscillator, RC Phase Shift,Wien Bridge Oscillators. LC
Oscillator: Hartley, Colpitt’s, Clapp and Crystal oscillator.
Introduction to integrated circuits: Advantages and characteristic parameters of IC’s, basic
building components, data sheets,
Operational Amplifier: Differential amplifier and analysis,Configurations- Dual input balanced
output differential amplifier,Dual input Unbalanced output differential amplifier,Single input
balanced output differential amplifier,Single input Unbalanced output differential amplifier
Introduction of op-amp, Block diagram, characteristics and equivalent circuits of an ideal opamp,
Power supply configurations for OP-AMP.
Characteristics of op-amp:Ideal and Practical, Input offset voltage, offset current, Input bias
current, Output offset voltage, thermal drift, Effect of variation in power supply voltage,
common-mode rejection ratio (CMRR), Slew rate and its Effect, PSRR and gain bandwidth
product, frequency limitations and compensations, transient response, analysis of TL082
datasheet.
OP-AMP applications:Inverting and non-inverting amplifier configurations, Summing
amplifier, Integrators and differentiators, Instrumentation amplifier, Differential input and
differential output amplifier, Voltage-series feedback amplifier, Voltage-shunt feedback
amplifier, Log/ Antilog amplifier, Triangular/rectangular wave generator, phase-shift oscillators,
Wein bridge oscillator, analog multiplier-MPY634, VCO,Comparator, Zero Crossing Detector.
OP-AMP AS FILTERS: Characteristics of filters, Classification of filters, Magnitude and
frequency response, Butterworth 1st and 2nd order Low pass, High pass and band pass filters,
Chebyshev filter characteristics, Band reject filters, Notch filter;all pass filters, self-tuned
filters,AGC,AVC using op-AMP.
TIMER:IC-555 Timer concept,Block pin configuration of timer. Monostable, Bistable and
AstableMultivibrator using timer 555-IC,Schmitt Trigger, Voltage limiters, Clipper and clampers
circuits, Absolute value output circuit, Peak detector, Sample and hold Circuit, Precision
rectifiers, Voltage-to-current converter, Current-to-voltage converter.
Voltage Regulator:simple OP-AMP Voltage regulator, Fixed and Adjustable Voltage
Regulators, Dual Power supply, Basic Switching Regulator and characteristics of standard
regulator ICs

#### RGPV CBCS Communication Systems Syllabus Electronics Branch

Syllabus
Frequency domain representation of signal: Fourier transform and its properties, condition of
existence, Fourier transform of impulse, step,signum , cosine, sine, gate pulse, constant,
properties of impulse function. Convolution theorem (time & frequency), correlation(auto &
cross), energy & power spectral density.
AM modulation:Block diagram of a communication system,need of modulation, types of
modulations techniques, Amplitude modulation, Equation and its frequency domain
representation, Bandwidth, Power requirement, efficiency. AM suppressed carrier(DSB-SC,
SSB-SC, VSB-SC) Power requirement, efficiency waveform equation and frequency domain
representation, Generation of AM, DSB-SC, SSB-SC, VSB-SC & its detection,synchronous
generation& detection & errors.
frequency, image signal rejection, selectivity, sensitivity and fidelity,Noise in AM, FM
Angle modulation: Types of angle modulation, narrowband FM,wideband FM, its frequency
spectrum, transmission BW, methods of generation (Direct & Indirect), detection of FM
(discriminators: balanced, phase shift and PLL detector),pre emphasis and de-emphasis.
FM transmitter & receiver: Block diagram ofFM transmitter& receiver, AGC, AVC, AFC,
Noise: Classification of noise,Sources of noise, Noise figure and Noise temperature, Noise
bandwidth, Noise figure measurement, Noise in analog modulation, Figure of merit for various
AM andFM, effect of noise on AM &FM receivers

#### RGPV CBCS Control Systems Syllabus Electronics Branch

Control systems

Course Contents
Introduction to Control system
Terminology and classification of control system, examples of control system, Laplace
Transform and its application, mathematical modeling of mechanical and electrical systems,
differential equations, transfer function, block diagram representation and reduction, signal flow
graph techniques.
Feedback characteristics of control systems
Open loop and closed loop systems, effect of feedback on control system and on external
disturbances, linearization effect of feedback, regenerative feedback.
Time response analysis
Standard test signals, time response of 1st order system, time response of 2nd order system,

steady-state errors and error constants, effects of additions of poles and zeros to open loop and
closed loop system.
Time domain stability analysis
Concept of stability of linear systems, effects of location of poles on stability, necessary
conditions for stability, Routh-Hurwitz stability criteria, relative stability analysis, Root Locus
concept, guidelines for sketching Root-Locus.
Frequency response analysis
Correlation between time and frequency response, Polar plots, Bode Plots, all-pass and
minimum-phase systems, log-magnitude versus Phase-Plots, closed-loop frequency response.
Frequency domain stability analysis
Nyquist stability criterion, assessment of relative stability using Nyquist plot and Bode plot
(phase margin, gain margin and stability).
Approaches to system design
Design problem, types of compensation techniques, design of phase-lag, phase lead and phase
lead-lag compensators in time and frequency domain, proportional, derivative, integral and PID
compensation.
State space analysis
State space representation of systems, block diagram for state equation, transfer function
decomposition, solution of state equation, transfer matrix, relationship between state equation
and transfer function, controllability and observability.

#### RGPV CBCS Material Science Syllabus Electronics Branch

Material Science

COURSE CONTENT
Atomic structure, molecules and general bonding principles, crystal system and structure , Miller
indices, Bravais lattice, Bragg’s law, crystal structure for metallic elements, structural
imperfections, dielectric parameters, polarsation, static dielectric constant of solids, ferroelectric
materials, piezoelectricity, compex dielectric constant, dipolar relaxation, Debye equation ,
dielectric loss, insulating materials and their properties, composite materials
Magnetism: fundamental concepts pertaining to magnetic fields, magnetic dipole movement of
current loops, orbital magnetic dipole movement and angular momentum of simple atomic
model, classification of magnetic materials, spin magnetic moment, paramagnetism,
ferromagnetism, spontaneous magnetization and Curie-Weiss law, ferromagnetic domains,
magnetic anisotropy, magnetostriction, antiferromagnetism, ferrites and its applications,
magnetic resonance
Conductors: introduction, atomic interpretation of Ohm’s law, relaxation time, collision time,
mean free path , electron scattering, resistivity of metals, Linde’s rule, Joule’s law, thermal
conductivity of metals, high conductivity materials, high resistivity materials, solder and
electrical contact materials, carbon brushes, fuses, superconductivity-The free electron model,
thermodynamics and properties of superconductors, meissner effect, classification of
superconductors
Semiconductors: chemical bonds in Ge and Si, carrier density, extrinsic semiconductor, n-type ,
p-type semiconductor, Hall effect, mechanism of current flow, drift current, diffusion current,
Einstein relation, materials for fabrication of semiconductor devices, fabrication technology ,
continuity equation, capacitance of junction barrier, junction transistors, thermistor, variastors
Optical properties of materials: introduction, electromagnetic radiation spectrum, refractive
index, reflection, Birefringence, Translucency, colourcentres, dispersion, absorption, excitons,
photoelectric emission, electroluminescence , photoconductivity, photoelectric cells, lasers, ruby
lasers, Nd-YAG laser, carbon dioxide laser, optical fibres, fibre materials, mechanism of
refractive index variations, fabrication of fibre, fibre cables, solar cell, fuel cell, MHD
generators.