RGPV 5th Sem Electronics & Communication Engineering Syllabus  RGPV CBGS 5th Sem EC Syllabus
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List of Subjects RGPV CBGS 5^{th} Sem Electronics and
Communication Engineering


S. No.

Subject Code

Subject Name


1

EC5001

Electromagnetic Field Theory


2

EC5002

Digital Communication


3

EC5003

Microprocessor and Microcontroller


4

EC5004

Communication Networks and Transmission Lines


5

EC5005

ElectiveI (Computer System Organization ; Bio Medical Instrumentation; Industrial Electronics ;
System Programming)


6

EC5006

WorkshopI


7

EC5007

Management Skill Development **(Internal Assessment)


8

EC5008

Innovative Thinking**(Internal Assessment)

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RAJIV
GANDHI PROUDYOGIKI VISHWAVIDYALAYA BHOPAL
Credit
Based Grading System
Electronics
& Communication Engineering, VSemester
EC
5001 Electromagnetic Field Theory
Course
Contents Unit I
Review
of vector calculus: orthogonal coordinate systems, gradient, divergence and
curl. Laplacian operator for scalar and vectors. Vector integral and
differential identities and theorems. Phasor representation of harmonic
variation of scalar and vectors
Static
electric fields, Columb’s law, electric flux density and electric field
intensity, permittivity, dielectric constant, field of distributed charges in
free space, potential function, Laplace’s and Poisson’s equations, electric
dipole, stored electric energy density. Boundary conditions at abrupt
discontinuities between two media including conducting boundaries, surface
charge distribution capacitance between two isolated conductors
Unit
II
Solution
of Laplace’s equations in systems of dielectric and conducting boundaries,
uniqueness theorem, two dimensional boundary condition problems, solution by
symmetry, conformal transformation of functions, image theory etc. fields in
parallel wire, parallel plane and coaxial systems.
Static
currents and magnetic fields flow of charge in conductive media, lossy
conductive medium, current density, specific conductivity, mobility,
explanation of Ohm’s law employing mobility.
Magnetic
effects of current flow, BiotSavart’s law in vector form magnetic field intensity,
magnetic flux, and permeability, closed loop currents, Ampere’s circuital law
in integral and differential vector form, magnetic vector potential and related
equations. Problems related to straight wire toroidal and cylindrical
solenoids, inductance.
Boundary
conditions on magnetic field, equivalent surface currents for abrupt
discontinuity of magnetic field.
Unit
III
Time
varying fields – Faraday’s law in integral and differential forms, displacement
current concept, Maxwell’s equations in differential and integral forms, wave
equations in source free region electric and magnetic stored energy density,
continuity equation, Poynting vector theorem.
Time
harmonic fields, r.m.s. phasor representation of field vectors, Maxwell’s
equations for TH field, average energy density, complex Poynting vector,
duality concept.
Helmholtz
wave equation, general solution in free space in various coordinates, plane
polarized wave in free space, properties of plane waves, wave front, power
flow, stored energy density.
Unit
IV
Circular
and elliptic polarization, resolution in terms of linear polarized waves and
vice versa. Plane waves in lossy medium, low loss dielectric, good conducting
and ionized media, complex permittivity, loss tangent, skin depth, transmission
line analogy, boundary conditions at perfect conductor surface, surface current
density Interference of two plane waves traveling at oblique directions.
Unit
V
Reflection
and refraction of plane waves at dielectric media and conducting Surfaces,
Brewster’s angle, total internal reflection, resultant fields and power flow in
both media. Frequency dispersive propagation, phase velocity and group
velocity. Magnetic vector potential for sources in free space, retarded
potential, radiation principles, boundary condition at infinity
References:
1. Mathew N.O Sadiku: Elements of Electromagnetic,
Oxford University Press
2. William H. Hayt: Engineering
Electromagnetic, TMH.
3. John D. Kraus: Electromagnetics, Mc.
Graw Hill.
4. Jordan Balmian: Electromagnetic wave
and Radiating System, PHI.
5. David K. Cheng: Electromagnetic Fields
and Wave, Addison Wesley.
6. Ramo, Whinnerry and VanDuzzer “ Fields
and waves in communication electronics “, Wiley 1984
7. Harrington RF, “Electromagnetic fields”
Mc Graw Hill
RAJIV
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5002 Digital Communication
UnitI
Random
variables
Cumulative
distribution function, Probability density function, Mean, Variance and
standard deviations of random variable, Gaussian distribution, Error function,
Correlation and autocorrelation, Centrallimit theorem, Error probability,
Power Spectral density of digital data.
UnitII
Digital
conversion of Analog Signals
Sampling
theorem, sampling of band pass signals, Pulse Amplitude Modulation (PAM), types
of sampling (natural, flattop), equalization, signal reconstruction and
reconstruction filters, aliasing and antialiasing filter, Pulse Width
Modulation (PWM), Pulse Position Modulation (PPM).
Digital
transmission of Analog Signals
Quantization,
quantization error, Pulse Code Modulation (PCM), companding, scrambling,
TDMPCM, Differential PCM, Delta modulation, Adaptive Delta modulation,
vocoders.
UnitIII
Digital
Transmission Techniques
Phase
shift Keying (PSK) Binary PSK, differential PSK, differentially encoded PSK,
Quadrature PSK, Mary PSK.Frquency Shift Keying (FSK) Binary FSK (orthogonal
and nonorthogonal), Mary FSK.
Comparison
of BPSK and BFSK, Quadrature Amplitude Shift Keying (QASK), Minimum Shift
Keying (MSK).
UnitIV
Other
Digital Techniques
Pulse
shaping to reduce inter channel and inter symbol interference Duobinary
encoding, Nyquist criterion and partial response signaling, Quadrature Partial
Response (QPR) encoder decoder.
Regenerative
Repeater eye pattern, equalizers.
Optimum
Reception of Digital Signals
Baseband
signal receiver, probability of error, maximum likelihood detector, Bayes
theorem, optimum receiver for both baseband and passband receiver matched
filter and correlator, probability of error calculation for BPSK and BFSK.
UnitV
Information Theory
Source
Coding: Introduction to information theory, uncertainty and information,
average mutual information and entropy, source coding theorem, Huffman coding,
ShannonFanoElias coding, Channel Coding: Introduction, channel models,
channel capacity, channel coding, information capacity theorem, Shannon limit.
References:
1. Taub and Schilling: Principles of
Communication Systems, TMH.
2. Lathi: Modern Digital and Analog
Communication Systems, Oxford University Press.
3. Simon Haykins: Communication Systems,
John Wiley.
4. Ranjan Bose: Information Theory, Coding
and Cryptography, TMH.
5. Das, Mallik, Chatterjee: Principles of
Digital Communication, New Age International
6. Skylar and Ray: Digital Communications,
Pearson Education.
7. Rao: Digital Communications, TMH.
List of Experiments:
1. Study of Sampling Process and Signal Reconstruction and
Aliasing.
2. Study of PAM, PPM and PDM.
3. Study of PCM Transmitter and Receiver.
4. Time Division Multiplexing (TDM) and Demultiplexing.
5. Study of ASK, PSK and FSK Transmitter and Receiver.
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& Communication Engineering, VSemester
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5003 Microprocessor and Microcontroller
Unit
I
Architecture
of 8086 Microprocessor
BIU
and EU, register organization, pin diagram, memory organization, clock
generator 8284, buffers and latches, 8288 bus controller, maximum and minimum
modes.
Unit
II
Assembly
Language Programming of 8086
Instruction
formats, addressing modes, instruction set, assembly language programming, ALP
tools editor, assembler, linker, locator, debugger, emulator.
8086
based multiprocessor systems
Interconnection
topologies, coprocessors 8087 NDP, I/O processors 8089 IOP, bus arbitration and
control, lightly and tightly coupled systems.
Unit
III
Peripheral
devices and their interfacing
Memory
interfacing, Programmable input/output ports 8255, Programmable interval timer
8253, keyboard/ display controller 8279, CRT controller 8275, Programmable
communication interface 8251 USART.
Unit
IV Interrupts of 8086
Interrupts
and interrupt service routine, interrupt cycle, maskable and nonmaskable
interrupts, interrupt programming. Programmable interrupt controller 8259.
DMA
in 8086
Basic
DMA operation, modes of DMA transfer, DMA controller 8257.
Unit
V
8051
Microcontroller
Features,
architecture, Pin Diagram, memory organization, external memory interfacing,
instruction syntax, data types, subroutines, addressing Modes, instruction set,
ALP of 8051. Applications of 8051.
References:
1. Ray and Bhurchandi: Advanced
microprocessors and peripherals, TMH.
2. Brey: The Intel Microprocessors,
Architecture, Programming and Interfacing, Pearson Education.
3. Senthil Kumar: Microprocessors and
interfacing, Oxford University press.
4. Bahadure: Microprocessors 8086 and
Pentium family, PHI Learning.
5. Udayashankara and Mallikarjunaswamy:
8051 Microcontroller, TMH.
6. Mazidi and Mazidi: The 8051
Microcontroller and Embedded Systems, Pearson Education
7. D. V. Hall: Microprocessors and
Interfacing, TMH.
List of Experiments:
1. Assembly Language Programs of Microprocessor 8086.
2. Assembly Language Programs of Microcontroller 8051.
3. Assembly Language Programs for Interfacing Chips.
RAJIV
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& Communication Engineering, VSemester
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5004 Communication Networks and Transmission Lines
Unit
I
Characteristic
Parameters of symmetrical and asymmetrical two port networks and their design
Image
impedance, iterative impedance, characteristic impedance, propagation
coefficient, image transfer coefficient , iterative transfer coefficient,
Lattice and Bridged T networks, reactive matching networks, matching
techniques, insertion loss, symmetrical and asymmetrical attenuators and their
design.
Unit
II
Passive
LC Filters
Analysis
and design of Low pass, high pass, band pass and band elimination filters,
mderived filters, composite filters, Filter specifications, Butterworth
approximation, Chebyshev approximation, elliptic function approximation,
frequency transformation.
Unit
III
Positive
real function
LC,
RL, RC, and RLC network synthesis, Foster and Cauer network, minimum positive
real function, Brune’s method, BottDuffin method, SynthesisCoefficient.
Unit
IV
Transmission
line fundamentals
Lumped
parameter equivalent, voltage and current on a transmission line, infinite
line, characteristic impedance and propagation constant, waveform distortion,
attenuation and phase equalizers, distortionless line, loading, liner
reflection on a line, reflection coefficient, input and transfer impedances,
open circuit and short circuit line, reflection factors, reflection loss,
insertion loss, T and Ï€ equivalents of a line, location of line fault,
construction and design of two wire line and coaxial cable.
Unit
V
Line
at radio frequencies
Parameters
of line and coaxial cable at radio frequencies, dissipationless line, voltage
and current on a dissipationless line, standing waves, standing wave ratio,
input impedance of open circuit and short circuit, power and impedance
measurement on lines, eighthwave, quarterwave
and
half wave line, circle diagram, Smith chart, solution of problems using Smith
chart, single and double stub matching .introduction to microstrip lines and
its analysis.
References:
1. Ryder: Networks and Transmission Lines,
PHI Learning.
2. Valkenberg: Introduction to Modern
Network synthesis, Wiley India.
3. Suresh: Electric Circuits and Networks,
Pearson Education.
4. Raju: Electromagnetic field theory and
Transmission Lines, Pearson Education.
5. Ganesan: Transmission Lines and
Waveguides, TMH.
6. Rao: Electromagnetic Waves and
Transmission Lines, PHI learning.
List of Experiments:
1. To set up the standing waves formation on a transmission
line and observe their maxima and minima using frequency domain method.
2. To measure the characteristic impedance of transmission
lines using frequency domain method and to differentiate between the matched
and unmatched lines.
3. To measure the VSWR, reflection coefficient and return loss
in a transmission line.
4. To measure the dielectric constant of insulator in the
transmission line.
5. To measure the velocity of propagation and wavelength in the
given transmission line.
6. To study the attenuation characteristics of signal along a
transmission line and observe its variation with frequency. Also calculate the
phase constant and propagation constant.
7. To study the effect of reactive loads on transmission lines.
8. To study the difference between lossy and loss less line.
9. To study the physical dimensions of transmission line and
estimation of characteristic impedance.
10. To study behavior of infinite and short lines.
11. To study the operation of Balun transformer.
12. To study the loading of transmission lines and estimate the
cut off frequency of a loaded line.
13. To study the use of coaxial lines as tuned circuits and delay
lines.
14. To study the input and output impedance of any RF circuits and
match it to 50/75 ohms.
15. Simulation of various filters
RAJIV GANDHI
PROUDYOGIKI VISHWAVIDYALAYA BHOPAL
Credit Based
Grading System
Electronics &
Communication Engineering, VSemester
ElectiveI EC 5005
(1) Computer System Organization
UnitI
Computer
Basics and CPU: Von Newman model, various subsystems, CPU, Memory, I/O, System
Bus, CPU and Memory registers, Program Counter, Accumulator, Instruction
register, Micro operations, Register Transfer Language, Instruction Fetch,
decode and execution, data movement and manipulation, Instruction formats and
addressing modes of basic computer.
UnitII
Control
Unit Organization: Hardwired control unit, Micro and nano programmed control
unit, Control Memory, Address Sequencing, Micro Instruction formats, Micro
program sequencer, Microprogramming, Arithmetic and Logic Unit: Arithmetic
Processor, Addition, subtraction, multiplication and division, Floating point
and decimal arithmetic and arithmetic units, design of arithmetic unit.
UnitIII
Input
Output Organization: Modes of data transfer – program controlled, interrupt
driven and direct memory access, Interrupt structures, I/O Interface,
Asynchronous data transfer, I/O processor. Data transfer – Serial / parallel,
synchronous/asynchronous, simplex/half duplex and full duplex.
UnitIV
Memory
organization: Memory Maps, Memory Hierarchy, Cache Memory Organization and
mappings. Associative memory. Virtual memory, Memory Management Hardware.
UnitV
Multiprocessors:
Pipeline and Vector processing, Instruction and arithmetic pipelines, Vector
and array processors, Interconnection structure and interprocessor
communication.
References:
1. Morris Mano: Computer System
Architecture, PHI.
2. William Stallings: Computer
Organization and Architecture, PHI
3. Carl Hamacher: Computer Organization,
TMH
4. Tanenbaum: Structured Computer
Organization, Pearson Education
RAJIV
GANDHI PROUDYOGIKI VISHWAVIDYALAYA BHOPAL
Credit
Based Grading System
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& Communication Engineering, VSemester
ElectiveI
EC 5005 (2) Bio Medical Instrumentation
UNIT
I  PHYSIOLOGY AND TRANSDUCERS
Cell
and its structure – Resting and Action Potential – Nervous system: Functional
organisation ofthe nervous system – Structure of nervous system, neurons 
synapse –transmitters and neural communication – Cardiovascular system –
respiratory system – Basic components of a biomedicalsystem  Transducers –
selection criteria – Piezo electric, ultrasonic transducers –
Temperaturemeasurements  Fibre optic temperature sensors.
UNIT
II  ELECTRO – PHYSIOLOGICAL MEASUREMENTS 9
Electrodes
–Limb electrodes –floating electrodes – pregelled disposable electrodes 
Micro, needleand surface electrodes – Amplifiers: Preamplifiers, differential
amplifiers, chopper amplifiers –Isolation amplifier. ECG – EEG – EMG – ERG –
Lead systems and recording methods – Typical waveforms.Electrical safety in
medical environment: shock hazards – leakage currentInstruments for
checkingsafety parameters of biomedical equipments
UNIT
III  NONELECTRICAL PARAMETER MEASUREMENTS 9
Measurement
of blood pressure – Cardiac output – Heart rate – Heart sound –Pulmonary
functionmeasurements – spirometer – Photo Plethysmography, Body Plethysmography
– Blood Gas analysers : pH of blood –measurement of blood pCO2, pO2, fingertip
oxymeter  ESR, GSRmeasurements .
UNIT
IV  MEDICAL IMAGING
Radio
graphic and fluoroscopic techniques – Computer tomography – MRI –
Ultrasonography – Endoscopy – Thermography – Different types of biotelemetry
systems and patient monitoring – Introduction to Biometric systems
UNIT
V ASSISTING AND THERAPEUTIC EQUIPMENTS
Pacemakers
– Defibrillators – Ventilators – Nerve and muscle stimulators – Diathermy –
Heart – Lung machine – Audio meters – Dialysers – Lithotripsy
TEXT
BOOKS
1. R.S.Khandpur, ‘Hand Book of BioMedical
instrumentation’, Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Co Ltd., 2003.
2. Leslie Cromwell, Fred J.Weibell, Erich
A.Pfeiffer, ‘BioMedical Instrumentation and Measurements’, II edition, Pearson
Education, 2002 / PHI.
REFERENCES
1. M.Arumugam, ‘BioMedical
Instrumentation’, Anuradha Agencies, 2003.
2. L.A. Geddes and L.E.Baker, ‘Principles
of Applied BioMedical Instrumentation’, John Wiley & Sons, 1975.
3. J.Webster, ‘Medical Instrumentation’,
John Wiley & Sons, 1995.
4. C.Rajarao and S.K. Guha, ‘Principles of
Medical Electronics and Biomedical Instrumentation’, Universities press
(India) Ltd, Orient Longman ltd, 2000.
RAJIV GANDHI PROUDYOGIKI
VISHWAVIDYALAYA BHOPAL
Credit Based Grading System
Electronics & Communication
Engineering, VSemester
ElectiveI EC 5005 (3) Industrial
Electronics
UnitI
Power
Supplies
Power
supply, rectifiers (half wave, full wave), performance parameters of power
supplies, filters (capacitor, inductor, inductorcapacitor, pi filter), bleeder
resistor, voltage multipliers . Regulated power supplies (series and shunt
voltage regulators, fixed and adjustable voltage regulators, current
regulator), switched regulator (SMPS), comparison of linear and switched power
supply, switch mode converter (flyback, buck, boost, bukboost, cuk
converters).
UnitII
Thyristors
Silicon
controlled rectifies (SCR), constructional features, principle of operation,
SCR terminology, turnon methods, turnoff methods, triggereing methods of SCR
circuits, types of commutation, comparison of thyristors and transistors,
thermal characteristics of SCR, causes of damage to SCR, SCR overvoltage
protection circuit, seies and parrel operation of sCRs, Line commutated
converters (half wave rectifier with inductive and resistive load, single phase
and three phase full wave rectifiers).
UnitIII
Other
members of SCR family
Triacs,
Diacs, Quadracs, recovery characteristics, fast recovery diodes, power diodes,
power transistor, power MOSFET, Insulated gate bipolar transistor (IGBT), loss
of power in semiconductor devices, comparison between power MOSFET, power
transistor and power IGBT.
UnitIV
Applications
of OPAMP
Basics
of OPAMP, relaxation oscillator, window comparator, Opcomp as rectangular to
triangular pulse converter and vice versa, Wien bridge oscillator, function
generator, frequency response of OPAMP, simplified circuit diagram of OPAMP,
power supplies using OPAMP, filters (lowpass, high pass) using OPAMP.
UnitV
Programmable
Logic Controller (PLC)
Functions,
applications, advantages and disadvantages of PLC over conventional relay
controllers, comparison of PLC with process control computer system, factors to
be considered in selecting PLC, functional block diagram of PLC, microprocessor
in PLC, memory, input and output modules (interface cards), sequence of
operations in a PLC, status of PLC, event driven device, ladder logic language,
simple process control applications of PLC, Programming examples.
References:
1. Bishwanath Paul: Industrial Electronics
and control, PHI Learning.
2. Rashid: Power Electronics Circuits,
devices and applications, Pearson Education.
3. Singh and Khanchandani: Power
Electronics, TMH
4. Bhimbra: Power Electronics, Khanna
Publishers.
5. Moorthi: Power Electronics, Oxford
University Press.
6. Webb: Programmable Logic Controllers
Principles and Applications, PHI Learning.
7. Petruzulla: Programmable Logic
Controllers, TMH.
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