Thursday, 10 May 2012

Shivaji University, Kolhapur. Revised Syllabus & Structure of S.E. Part-I & II (Electronics Engineering / Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering) Semester –III and IV (w.e.f. Academic Year 2008-09)

Shivaji University, Kolhapur.
Revised Syllabus w.e.f. Academic Year 2008-09
S.E. (Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering)

Semester -III


Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme
Lectures : 3 hours/week Theory : 100 marks
Tutorial : --- Term work : --


UNIT-I: Linear Differential Equations: (6 Hrs)
Linear Differential Equations with constant coefficients, Homogenous Linear differential
equations, method of variation of parameters, Applications of LDE with constant coefficients
to Electrical systems.

UNIT-II: Partial Differential Equation: (4 Hrs)
Four standard forms of partial differential equation of first order

UNIT-III: Fourier Series: (5 Hrs)
Definition, Euler’s formulae, Conditions for a Fourier expansion, Functions having points of
discontinuity, change of interval, expansions of odd and even periodic functions, Half range

UNIT-IV: Fourier Transforms: (5 Hrs)
Fourier transforms, Fourier sine and cosine transforms, complex form of Fourier integral,
Finite Fourier sine and cosine transforms.


UNIT–V: Laplace Transform: (5 Hrs)
Definition, properties of Laplace transforms, transforms of derivatives, transforms of integral,
Inverse Laplace transforms, Convolution theorem. Applications to initial value boundary
problems, Heaviside Unit step function, Dirac-delta function, Periodic function.

UNIT- VI: Z Transform: ( 5 Hrs)
Definition, properties of z transform , Z Transform of basic sequences , Z transform of some
standard discrete function inverse Z transform

UNIT- VII:Probability: (5Hrs)
Definitions of Random variable, Discrete and continuous random variable, Expected value of
random variable, Variance, Moments and moment generating functions. Probability mass
function and probability density function, Probability distribution for random variables ,
Binomial, Poisson and Normal distributions

UNIT -VIII: Vector Differentiation: (5 Hrs)
Differentiation of vectors, Gradient of scalar point function, Directional derivative,
Divergence of vector point function, Curl of a vector point function. Irrotational and solenoidal
vector field.

Reference Books:

1. A text book of Applied Mathematics: Vol. I, II and III by J. N. Wartikar & P. N. Wartikar,
Vidyarthi Griha Prakashan, Pune.
2. Higher Engineering Mathematics by Dr. B. S. Grewal.
3. Advanced Engineering Mathematics by Erwin Kreyszig.
4. A textbook of Engineering Mathematics by N. P. Bali, Ashok Saxena and N. Ch. S. N.
Iyengar- Laxmi Publication, Delhi.
5. Fundamental of Statistics by S. C. Gupta.

Shivaji University, Kolhapur.
Revised Syllabus w.e.f. Academic Year 2008-09
S.E. (Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering)

Semester- III

Electrical Machines and Measurements

Teaching Scheme: Examination Scheme:
Lectures: 3 hr/week Theory : 100 Marks
Practical: 2 hr/week Term Work: 25 Marks

Section -I

UNIT-I: D.C. Motors: (6Hrs)
Speed control of shunt & series motors , armature voltage control , flux control , series – parallel
control, Electrical braking –Dynamic, Plugging , regenerative for shunt and series motors , starters for
DC motors – three point , four point starters , face plate type controller, electronic starter, numerical
on speed control.

UNIT-II: Induction Motor : (6 Hrs)
Construction , types , working principle , torque equation – relation among starting maximum &
running torque , torque slip characterstics, effect of rotor resistance on maximum torque , speed
control methods – frequency control , pole changing methods , voltage control , rotor resistance
control , constant V/F & constant voltage – variable frequency , modes of operation , starters for
three phase induction motor- D.O.L, Star/delta , autotransformer, rotor resistance starter.
Numericals on power stages & torque equations. Equivalent circuit, linear induction motor.

UNIT-III: Electrical Devices – Instruments (6Hrs )
Servo & Stepper Motors: Working principle, construction, types, and applications.
Electromagnetic relay , induction relay contactors , Potential transformer, current transformer , auto
– transformer , miniature Circuit Breaker (MCB), Earth Leakage Circuit Breaker(ELCB)
,Dynamometer type wattmeter ,.


UNIT-IV: Transducers : (6Hrs)
Definition, classification, transducer selection, different types of transducers, strain gauges, RTD,
thermistor, thermocouple, LVDT, capacitive transducers, piezoelectric transducer, photovoltaic cell,
LDR, pressure transducer speed measurement using magnetic and photoelectric pickup, IC based

UNIT- V: Introduction to Measurements :
Measurements, significance of measurements, methods of measurements- Direct & indirect method,
elements of generalized measurement system, measurement system performance, Performance
characteristics- static and dynamic characteristic, Errors- Types & source of error.
Digital voltmeters- Introduction, Dual Slope Integrating type DVM, Integrating type DVM &
successive approximation principles, general specifications of DVM, digital multimeter, digital
measurements of time, digital frequency meter , Q meter,

UNIT VI : Measuring Devices : (6Hrs)
CRO: Dual Beam, Dual Trace, sampling, Digital storage, measurement of phase and frequency using
Lissajous pattern, CRO probes: active, passive, current, attenuators
display devices & principle: LED,LCD,graphics display .
Signal generators, Function generators. Spectrum analyzer, logic analyzer

Text Books

1. H .S. Kalsi ‘Elecronic Instrumentation’ – 2nd edition --Tata McGraw Hill Publication
2. A. D. Helfrick , W. D. Cooper ‘ Modern Electronic Instrumentation and Measurement
Techniques’-- Pearson Education

Reference Book:

1. A.K.Sawhney ‘A Course in Electrical & Electronics Measurement & Instrumentation.’
--11th Edition, 1996 --Dhanpat Rai & sons
2. C.S. Rangan ,G.R. Sharma , V.S.V. Mani ‘Instrumentation devices and system’—
2nd edition --Tata McGraw Hill Publication
3. B.C.Nakra, K.K.Choudhary ‘Instrumentation, Measurement and Analysis’
2nd edition -- Tata McGraw Hill Publication l
4. E.O.Doebeline.’Measurement systems application and design ‘Tata McGraw Hill Publication
5. Oliver Cage ‘Electronic measurement and instrumentation ‘Tata McGraw Hill Publication

Term Work:

List of Experiments (Minimum 8)

1. Study of temperature transducers: (Any two)
a) RTD
b) Thermocouple
c) Thermistor

2. Study of displacement transducers: (Any two)
a) Inductive
b) Capacitive
c) Resistive

3. Study of weight measurement using strain gauge:

4. Study of speed measurement using : (Any one)
a) Magnetic pick up
b) Photoelectric pick up

5. Study of AC and DC bridges: (Any two)
a) Wheastones’ bridge
b) Maxwell’s bridge
c) Wein bridge

6. Measurement of frequency and phase using Lissageous patterns

7. Study of digital storage oscilloscope

8. Study of spectrum analyzer / Wobbuloscope.

9. Study of pressure measurement using bourdan tube

10. Speed control of DC shunt Motor using:
a) Flux control and b) Armature voltage control

11. Load test on three phase Induction Motor

Shivaji University, Kolhapur.
Revised Syllabus w.e.f. Academic Year 2008-09
S.E. (Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering)

Semester- III


Teaching Scheme: Examination Scheme:
Lecturers : 4 hr/week Theory : 100 marks
Practical : 2 hr/week Term Work : 25 marks
Tutorial : - hr/week POE : 50 marks


UNIT-I: Unregulated Power Supplies: (8 Hrs)
Specification and ratings of diodes (P-N junction, Zener and power diode) and transistor (low power,
high power & switching) .
Rectifiers: Half wave, full wave: center tap and bridge type, analysis for different parameters: PIV,
TUF, efficiency, ripple factor, regulation, etc.
Filters: Need of filters, Types: capacitor, inductor, LC, CLC, Analysis for ripple factor and regulation.
Design of unregulated power supply with and without filter.

UNIT-II: Voltage Regulators : (8Hrs)
Need of voltage regulator, Stabilization factors, Analysis & Design of
Shunt regulator (using Zener diode & BJT), series voltage regulator (using BJT)
Series voltage regulator with Pre- regulator & Overload protection circuit.

UNIT-III: Transistor Biasing : (8Hrs)
Need of biasing, DC load line analysis, operating point, thermal runaway. Different biasing circuits:
fixed bias, collector to base bias & voltage divider bias. Stability factor, General expression for
stability factor, stability factor for all biasing circuits. Design of biasing circuits, Compensation
techniques: Thermistor and diode compensation


UNIT-IV: Voltage Amplifiers:- (10 Hrs)
H-Parameters, Hybrid model for transistor (CE, CB& CC configuration), Generalized H-parameter
analysis of transistor amplifier for Voltage Gain, Current gain, Input resistance & Output resistance
taking Rs into account, approximate H-parameter model for CE,CB & CC. Classification of voltage
amplifiers, Detailed study of Single stage RC coupled amplifier & Emitter follower. Analysis for
voltage gain, current gain, input resistance & Output resistance. Design of single stage RC coupled
amplifier & Emitter follower.

UNIT-V: Frequency Response of Single Stage RC Coupled Amplifier: (8Hrs)
Low frequency response: Effect of emitter bypass capacitor(CE ) & Coupling capacitor(CC), Amplifier
response to square wave, percentage Sag calculation, (Numerical are expected)
High frequency response: Hybrid M model , Derivation for CE short circuit & resistive current gain, N
cutoff, O cutoff frequency, approximate amplifier high freq. response to square wave ,gain bandwidth
product, (Numerical are expected)

UNIT-VI: Feedback Amplifiers : (6Hrs)
General theory of feedback, reasons for negative feedback.
Types of negative feedback in transistor circuits: Voltage series, Current series, Voltage shunt, Current
shunt feedback amplifiers, Darlington pair, Darlington amplifier using bootstrapping principle,.
(Numerical are expected)
Design of Voltage series feedback amplifier

Text Books:

1. Allen Mottershed –‘Electronic devices & circuits’-Prentice- Hall India
2. J. Millman & C.Halkias -‘Electronic devices & circuits’-IInd Edition- Tata McGraw Hill
3. N.C. Goyal & R.K. Khetan-‘ A Monograph on Electronics Design Principles’-Vth Edition-
Khanna Publishers

References Books:

1. David A. Bell –‘Electronic devices & circuits’- IVth Edition- Prentice- Hall India
2. Robert L. Boylsted, Louis Nashelsky- ‘Electronic devices & circuit theory’-
(IXth edition)- Pearson Education
3 National Semiconductor Data Manual.

List of Experiments (Minimum 10)

1. Study of ratings of Electronic components and lab. Equipments.
2. Design & analysis of Half wave rectifier(HWR) with & without filter by calculating
performance parameters
3. Design & analysis of Full wave rectifier(FWR) with & without filter by calculating
performance parameters
4. Design & analysis of Bridge rectifier with & without filter by calculating performance
5. Design & analysis of Zener shunt regulator.
6. Design & analysis of Transistorized shunt regulator.
7. Design & analysis of series pass regulator with & without pre- regulator.
8. Design & analysis of Voltage divider biasing circuit.
9. Determination of H-parameters from transistor CE characteristics.
10. Calculation of performance parameters (Av, Ai, Ri, Ro) for single stage RC coupled amplifier.
11. Study of Frequency response of single stage stage RC coupled amplifier.
12. Study of square wave response of RC coupled amplifier & calculation of Sag & rise time (tr).
13. Comparative study of voltage amplifiers (with & without feedback).
14. Design & analysis of voltage series feedback amplifier.

Note for paper setter:
Question paper shall consist of approximately 60% analysis & design based problems
and approximately 40% theory type questions.

Shivaji University, Kolhapur.
Revised Syllabus w.e.f. Academic Year 2008-09
S.E. (Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering)



Teaching Scheme: Examination Scheme:
Lecturers: 3 hr/week Theory : 100 Marks
Practical: 2 hr/week Term Work: 25 Marks
Tutorial : 1 hr/ week

Section -I

UNIT-I: Network Fundamentals : (6 Hrs)
Basic Definitions: Passive Network, Active Network, Linear Element, non-linear elements,
Unilateral, bilateral, lumped & distributed elements.
Representation of voltage & current sources.(Ideal & practical) , source transformation, series &
parallel connection of passive elements(R,L,C), graph of network & its parts, loops & trees, linear
graphs & incidence matrix, cutsets, planner & non-planner graph loop matrix.
Star- Delta transformation, reduction of networks: Mesh analysis, Node analysis.

UNIT-II: Network Theorems: (4 Hrs)
Superposition Theorem, Millman’s Theorem, Compensation Theorem,
Norton’s Theorem, Thevenin’s Theorem, Maximum Power Transfer Theorem,
Reciprocity Theorem.

UNIT-III : Two Port Network & Network Functions: (8 Hrs)
Two port network: Open circuit impedance ( Z ) parameters, Short circuit admittance ( Y )
parameters , Hybrid ( H ) parameter, Transmission parameters(ABCD), Interrelation of
different parameters, Interconnections of two port network (Series, Parallel, Cascaded, Series-
Parallel) T & R representation .
Network Functions : Network functions for one port & two port networks, Driving point
impedance and admittance of one port network, Driving point impedance, admittance & different
transfer function of two port network (Z,Y,G & D parameters). Concept of complex frequency,
significance of poles & zeros. Restrictions on poles & zeros for transfer & drawing points
function ,stability concept in passive circuit using Routh-Harwitz criterion , pole zero diagram.

Section –II

UNIT-IV : Resonance : (6 Hrs)
Defination , Types: series & parallel resonance.
Series resonance- resonant frequency, variation of impedance, admittance, current & voltage
across L & C w.r.t. frequency, Effect of resistance on frequency response, Selectivity , B.W.&
Quality factor.
Parallel resonance – Anti resonance frequency, variation of impedance & admittance with
frequency, . Selectivity & B.W.

UNIT-V: Filters & Attenuators: (8 Hrs)
Definitions, classification & characteristics of different filters, filter fundamental such as
attenuation constant ( O ) , phase shift (N) propagation constant (S) characteristic impedance ( Zo) , decibel ,neper. Design & analysis of constant K , M derived & composite filters (low pass, high pass, band pass & band stop filters): T & R sections.
Attenuators - Definitions, classification , relation between neper & decibel . Analysis & design of T type, R type , O Lattice , bridged- T & L types attenuators

UNIT-VI : Transient Response: (4 Hrs)
Steady state & transient response (Voltage & Current)
DC response of RL circuit
DC response of RC circuit
DC response of RLC circuit
Sinusoidal response of RL, RC & RLC circuit

Term Work: (Minimum 10 tutorials):
Minimum 10 tutorials based on above syllabus covering all units.
Practials :
Minimum 08 experiments based on above syllabus covering all units.

Text book :

1 .A. Sudhakar ,Shyammohan S.Palli ‘Circuit & Network – Analysis & Synthesis’ IIIrd Edition –
Tata McGraw Hill Publication
2. D. Roy Choudhury ‘Networks & Systems’ - New Age International Publisher
Reference books:
1. A.Chakrabarti ‘Circuit Theory (Analysis & Synthesis)’ - IIIrd Edition
Dhanpat Rai & co
2. M.E.Van Valkenburg ‘ Network Analysis’ - IIIrd Edition , Pearson Education / PHI
3. Josheph Edministrar ‘Theory & Problems of Electronic Circuit (Schaum’s series) – Tata Mc
Graw Hill, Publication.
4. Soni Gupta ‘Electrical Circuit Analysis’ Dhanpat Rai & Co.
5. Boylestad ‘Introductory Circuit Analysis – Universal book stall, New Delhi.

Note for paper setter:
Question paper shall consist of approximately 60% Numerical problems &
approximately 40% theory should be covered.

Shivaji University, Kolhapur.
Revised Syllabus w.e.f. Academic Year 2008-09
S.E. ( Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering)



Teaching Scheme: Examination Scheme:
Lectures: 3hr/week Theory: : 100 marks
Practical : 2hr/week Term Work : 25 marks
Tutorial : 1 hr/week POE : 50 marks


UNIT-I: Binary Arithmetic & Codes: (4Hrs)
Binary arithmetic operations: addition, Subtraction, multiplication, Division of binary numbers,
Subtraction using 2’s complement method.
Binary codes: weighted and non weighted codes, self complementary codes, BCD, Excesses-3, Gray
codes, error detecting and correcting codes, hamming codes, alphanumeric codes, ASCII Codes.

UNIT- II: Boolean Algebra: (4Hrs)
Boolean Laws and Expression using Logic Gates, Realization of different gates using Universal gates,
De-Morgan’s Theorem, Duality Theorems.
Standard forms: SOP, POS, Simplification of Switching function & representation (Maxterm &
Minterm), Boolean expression & representation using logic gates, Propagation delay in logic gate.

UNIT- III: Boolean Function Reduction Techniques : (6Hrs) Karnaugh map: Kmap
Format up to 4 variables, mapping and minimization of SOP and POS expression, Don’t care
condition, conversion from SOP to POS and POS to SOP form using K-map, minimization of multiple
output circuits,

UNIT- IV: Logic Families: (4 Hrs)
Digital IC specification terminology, Logic families: TTL, CMOS, ECL families, Interfacing of TTLCMOS


UNIT- V :Combinational Circuits Design : (6Hrs)
Adder & Subtractor(Half and Full), Parallel Binary adder, BCD Adder, Binary multipliers, Code Converters, parity bit generator, Comparators, , Decoder, BCD to 7-segment Decoder ,Encoders, Priority encoders, Multiplexers, De- Multiplexers

UNIT VI: Sequential Circuits Elements: (6Hrs)
Flip-flop & Timing Circuits: SR latch, Gated latch, Edge triggered flip-plop:- D, JK, T Flip-flop, flipflop
asynchronous inputs ,characteristic table of Flip-flop, excitation table of Flip-flop, , master slave JK flip flop, inter conversion of Flip-flop.
Study of timing parameters of flip-flop: clock to Q, setup time, hold time, timing parameters of flipflop asynchronous input.

UNIT-VII: Applications of Sequential circuits. (6Hrs)
Shit resistor: buffer register, controlled buffer register.
Data transmission in shift resistor SISO, SIPO, PISO, PIPO, Bidirectional shift resistor universal shift resistor.
Counter: Classification, Ripple or asynchronous counter, Effect of propagation delay in ripple counters, up-down counter, Mod-n counter, synchronous counter, Ring counter, Johnson counter.

Text Books:

1. A. Anand Kumar ‘Fundamentals of Digital Circuits’--. PHI
2. M. Morris Mano ‘Digital Design’-- (Third Edition),. PHI
Reference Books:
1. Willim I. Fletcher.’An Engineering Approach to Digital Design’—PHI/ Pearson
2. Norman Balabanian Bradle Carlson. ‘Digital Logic Design Principals,.’ Wiley Publication.
3. Rajkamal ‘Digital Systems Principals and Design’—Pearson
4. A.P. Malvino, D.P. Leach ‘Digital Principles & Applicatios’ -VIth Edition-Tata Mc Graw Hill,Publication.
5. R.P. Jain-‘Modern Digital Electronics’ IIIrd Edition- Tata Mc Graw Hill, Publication.

Term Work:
List of Experiments: [Minimum 10]

1. Study of basic gates using TTL, CMOS: 7432, 4011,4050, 4070,4071,40106
2. Study of Static I/O and transfer Characteristic of TTL.
3. Study of Static I/O and transfer Characteristic of CMOS.
4. Study of Universal gates ( NAND, NOR )
5. K map based implementation of combinational logic
6. Half and Full Adder, Half and Full Subtractor
7. 4 bit Adder subtracor using IC 7483
8. Code Converters ( Binary to Gray, Excess 3 to Binary )
9. Comparator using IC 7485
10. Implementation of combinational logic using MUX
11. Study of Decoder and DEMUX (IC 74138)
12. Study of 7 segment decoder driver. (IC 7447)
13. Study of Flip Flops ( SR FF, D FF, JK FF, T FF)
14. Design Built and test MOD N counter
15. Design Built and test Shift Register

Tutorials: (minimum 10)

1) Tutorial based on comparative study of various types of TTL Circuits
2) Tutorial based on Characteristics of of TTL family
3) Based on datasheets of following TTL & CMOS ICs

Shivaji University, Kolhapur.
Revised Syllabus w.e.f. Academic Year 2008-09
SE (Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering)



Teaching Scheme: Examination Scheme:
Lectures: 2hr/week POE : 50 marks
Practical: 2hr/week Term Work: 50 marks

UNIT-I: Introduction: (3 Hrs)
Object oriented programming [C++], applications of OOP & C++, dynamic initialization of variables, storage classes. Functions in C++, function prototype, call & return by reference, inline function, Default & Const argument.

UNIT-II: Classes & Objects: (4 Hrs)
Introduction ,structures,classes, defining member function, making an outside function inline, Nesting member function, private member function, Arrays within a class, memory allocation for objects, Array of objects, pointer to members. Pointers to objects this Pointer.

UNIT-III: Constructors and Destructors: (4 Hrs)
Constructors, parameterized and multiple, constructors with default arguments, Dynamic initialization of objects (new, delete) copy constructor, dynamic constructors and destructors.

UNIT-IV: Polymorphism & Inheritance: (6 Hrs)
Function overloading, Unary & binary operator overloading, manipulation of strings using operators. Friend function & friend class.
Single, multiple, multilevel, Hybrid, Hierarchical inheritance, virtual base classes, Abstract classes. Templates,exception handling.

UNIT-V: File Handling : (3 Hr)
Classes for file stream operations, opening and closing of files, file modes, file pointer & their manipulations, sequential I/O operations.

UNIT-VII: Graphics : (4 Hr)
Introduction to graphics.
Text mode graphics function ,The window function,text mode functions cputs,ctrscro ,Graphics mode graphics function,integraph,circle, closegraph setting colours,lines & rectangle ,polygon

Text Book
1. E Balgurusamy –‘Object oriented programming with C++’ -, IIIrd Edition- Tata Mc- Graw Hill Publication
Reference Book:

1. Herbert Schildt –‘The Complete Reference C++’ - IIIrd Edition - Tata McGraw Hill Publication
2. Ravichandran D.-‘Programming with C++ ‘-IInd Edition- Tata McGraw Hill Publication
3. Robert Lafore –‘C++ Programming’ –. IV th Edition –Techmedia, New Delhi.
4. Object oriented programming in Turbo C++ - Robert Lafore
- Galgotia pub.

Term Work :-

A] 10 programmes based on above syllabus.
B] Mini project based on data structures, file handling, graphics and it should be carried out by a group of two students only.

Shivaji University, Kolhapur.
Revised Syllabus w.e.f. Academic Year 2008-09
S.E. (Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering)



Teaching Scheme: Examination Scheme:
Lectures: 4 hr/week Theory : 100 marks
Practical: 2 hr/week Term Work : 25 marks
POE : 50 marks

Section – I

UNIT –I: Wave Shaping Circuits: (7Hrs)
Low pass & high pass RC circuits (square & step response), High pass RC circuit as a
differentiator, Low pass RC circuit as integrator. Clipping circuits: Classification, diode clippers, transistor clippers, Transfer characteristics, Design & analysis of clipper circuits. Clamping circuits: Classification, clamping operations, Clamping circuit theorem, practical clamping circuits,  Voltage multipliers: Doubbler, Trippler & Qudrappler circuits.

UNIT –II: Multi Stage Amplifiers : (6Hrs)
Need of cascading, Parameter evaluation such as Ri , Ro, Av, Ai & Bandwidth for general multi stage amplifier ,Analysis & design at low frequency & mid frequency of RC coupled, direct coupled & voltage series feed back (Two stage) amplifier.

UNIT –III: Power Amplifiers : (7Hrs)
Need of Power amplifier, classification of power amplifier, Power considerations,
Distortion in power amplifiers: Phase, Frequency, amplitude/ harmonic / non linear distortion, amplitude distortion using Three point method. Class A single ended transformer coupled amplifier& class A Push pull amplifiers analysis and design, Class B amplifier & class B push pull amplifier analysis & design, crossover distortion, class AB Push pull amplifiers analysis and design Complementary symmetry power amplifier.

Biasing of JFET, Common source FET amplifier at low and high frequency- analysis and design. MOSFET-construction, characteristics and comparative study of Enhancement and Depletion MOSFET (P-channel & N-channel),Handling precautions of MOS devices, ratings and specifications of MOS,CMOS inverter.

Section – II

UNIT –V: Oscillators: (8Hrs)
Barkhausen’s criteria , Frequency and amplitude stability, Classification,
RC oscillators : RC phase shift & Wein bridge oscillator analysis & design using BJT & FET , LC oscillators: Colpit’s & Hartely’s oscillators analysis and design
using BJT, Crystal oscillator.

UNIT –VI: Multivibrators : (9Hrs)
Transistor as a switch, Different transistor switching parameters, classification of multivibrators, Analysis and design of Astable, Monostable, Bistable multivibrator and Schmitt trigger using BJT. Design of triggering circuits for Multivibrators

UNIT –VII : IC Regulators : (5Hrs)
Study and design of regulators using IC’s :78XX,79XX,723,LM317,
Switching regulator: Introduction, study of LM3524.

Text Books:

1. J. Millman & C.Halkias -‘Electronic devices & circuits’-IInd Edition- Tata McGraw Hill
2. Allen Mottershed –‘Electronic devices & circuits’-Prentice- Hall India
3. N.C. Goyal & R.K. Khetan-‘ A Monograph on Electronics Design Principles’-Vth Edition-
Khanna Publishers
4. J. Milman & H. Taub ‘ Pulse Digital & Switching Waveforms’
- IInd Edition- Tata McGraw Hill Publication

References Books:

1. David A. Bell –‘Electronic devices & circuits’- IVth Edition- Prentice- Hall India
2. J Millman & A. Grabel-‘ Microelectronics’- IInd Edition- McGraw Hill International
3 National Semiconductor Data Manual.
4 M.S. Roden, G.L. Carpenter ‘ Electronic Design- From Concept to reality’-IV th Edition-
Shroff publisher & Distributors

Term Work:
List of experiments (Minimum 10)

1. a Study of RC low pass filter as an integrator
b. Study of frequency response of low pass filter
2 a. Study of RC high pass filter as an differentiator
b. Study of frequency response of high pass filter
3. Design of different clipper circuits
4. Study of different clamper circuits: positive, negative & bias
5. Design & study of Frequency response of two stage RC coupled amplifiers
6. Study of power amplifiers
7. Design of astable multivibrators
8. Design of monostable multivibrators
9. Design of bistable multivibrators
10. Design of Schmitt trigger
11. Design of Wein bridge oscillator using BJT.
12. Design of RC phase shift oscillators using BJT/ FET.
13. Design of Collpitt’s oscillators using BJT
14. Design of Hartly oscillators using BJT
15. Study of Frequency response of Common Source(CS) amplifier

Note for paper setter:

Question paper shall consist of approximately 60% analysis & design based problems
and approximately 40% theory should be covered.

Shivaji University, Kolhapur.
Revised Syllabus w.e.f. Academic Year 2008-09
S.E. (Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering)

Semester- IV


Teaching Scheme: Examination Scheme:
Lectures : 4 hr/week Theory : 100 Marks
Practical : 2 hr/week Term Work : 25 Marks
POE : 50 Marks

UNIT-I: Introduction : (5 Hrs)
Block schematic of communication system, base band signals, RF bands, Necessity of modulation, types of modulation – AM, FM, PM and Pulse Modulation. Noise types, Noise figure. Introduction to radio wave propagation, ground wave, space wave and sky wave.

UNIT-II: Amplitude Modulation : (7 Hrs)
Amplitude Modulation principles, AM envelope, frequency spectrum & BW, phase representation of AM wave, Modulation index, % modulation (Numericals expected)
AM modulating circuits: Low level AM modulation, medium power AM modulation,
AM transmitters: Block of low level DSBFC, High level DSBFC, Trapezoidal patterns
Evolution and descriptions of SSB, Suppression of carrier using balanced modulator, Suppression of unwanted sideband, Methods: Filter system, phase shift & third method Vestigial sideband(VSB)

UNIT-III: Angle Modulation: (10 Hrs)
Theory of frequency and phase modulation, mathematical analysis, deviation sensitivity, FM and PM waveforms, phase deviation and modulation index, frequency deviation and percentage modulation, angle modulation circuits using varactor diode ,using frequency analysis of angle modulated wave- Bessel function, BW requirements, deviation ratio, Noise and angle modulation, pre-emphasis and deemphasis.


UNIT-IV: Pulse Modulation : ( 8 Hrs)
Pulse amplitude modulation, Sampling theorem & type:Natural & flat top, PAM modulation circuit, PAM demodulation circuit, TDM and FDM, Crosstalk in TDM, pulse time modulation, generation of PTM signals ( direct-indirect method), PWM modulator, PPM modulators, demodulation of PTM.

UNIT-V: AM Receiver: (7 Hrs)
Simplified block diagram of AM receiver, receiver parameters: Sensitivity, Selectivity,
BW, dynamic range, Tracking, fidelity, Types of AM receiver: TRF and superhetrodyne (block diagram), AM detection types: using diode, practical diode detector, distortion in diode detector. Negative peak clipping & diagonal clipping, Demodulation of SSB
using : product demodulator & diode balanced modulator, Automatic Gain Control (AGC).

UNIT-VI: FM Receiver : (6 Hrs)
Double conversion FM receivers, block diagram, FM demodulator, tuned circuit frequency discriminators, slope detectors, fosters seeley discriminator, ratio detectors, PLL-FM demodulators, FM noise suppression , Antenna: basic consideration radiation, Radiation mechanism, Elementary doublet.

UNIT-VII: Telephone System : ( 5 Hrs)
Introduction ,public switched telephone network , local loop signals and noise in the telephone system , digital transmission telephone network signaling , digital local loops.

Text Books:

1. George Kennedy ‘Electronics Communication System’- IVth Edition-Tata McGraw Hill
2. Wayne Tomasi ‘Electronics Communication System’ -Fundamentals through Advanced.- Vth
Edition- Pearson Education.

Reference Books:

1. R P Singh, S D Sapre ‘Communication System-Analog & Digital’
IInd Edition –Tata Mc Graw Hill Publication
2. Dennis Roddy, John Coolen.‘Electronics Communications ‘IVth Edition-
Pearson Education
3. Louis E. Frenzel ‘Principles of Electronic Communication System’-
IIIrd edition - Tata McGraw Hill Publication

Term Work:
List of Experiments (Minimum 10):

1. Study Of Amplitude Modulation (A.M.)
2. Study Of AM Detection.
3. Study Of AM Receiver Characteristics.( Sensitivity, Selectivity & Fidelity)
4. Study Of Frequency Modulation.(F.M.)
5. Study Of FM Demodulation.
6. Sampling And Reconstruction.
7. Study Of Pulse Amplitude Modulation (PAM.)
8. Study Of Pulse Width Modulation.(PWM)
9. Study Of Pulse Position Modulation.(PPM)
10. Study Of PAM-TDM.
11. Study Of Antenna Parameters.
12. Study Of SSB Modulation & Demodulation.
13. Study Of DSB Modulation & Demodulation.
14. Visit To AIR (AM/FM).


1.Visit to AIR station/telephone exchange is compulsory. Students are supposed to attach report of visit to journal.
2. minimum two experiment based on simulation software (comsim)

Shivaji University, Kolhapur.
Revised Syllabus w.e.f. Academic Year 2008-09
S.E. (Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering)

Semester –IV


Teaching Scheme: Examination Scheme:
Lectures: 3hr/week Theory : 100 Marks
Practicals: 2hrs/week Term Work : 25 marks
POE : 50 marks


UNIT-I: Introduction & Overview: (6 Hrs)
Review of number System: Binary, Decimal, Hex, Negative Number representation. Basic Structure of Computer system. Introduction to general purpose CPU, Architecture.

UNIT- II: Semiconductor Memories (4 Hrs)
Memory Capacity, Memory Organization, Speed, Memory Types-RAM, ROM, PROM, EPROM, EEPROM, Memory Address Decoding. Battery Backup.

UNIT- III: Interfacing Devices: (15 Hrs)
8205, 74138, 74373. Introduction to 8085, CPU Architecture, Register Organization, 8085 Instruction Set, Addressing modes. Stack & Subroutines, Instruction Cycle, machine Cycle, Timing Diagrams (Graphical representation), Wait, Hold & Halt States, and Interrupts of 8085( Hardware and software)


UNIT- IV: Interfacing I/Os: (5 Hrs)
Concept of I/O ports, Memory mapped I/O and I/O mapped I/O schemes, I/O instructions, data Transfer Techniques, interrupt Driven I/O

UNIT V: Real World Interfacing: (5 Hrs)
Interfacing of Memory, keyboard, seven segment display, Relay, stepper motor,
Conversion techniques such as ADC Techniques: Dual Slope & Successive Approximation and DAC Techniques: Weighted resistor & R-2R Ladder

UNIT VI: Peripherals (15 Hrs)
a. Programmable I/O- 8255
b. Timer-8155
c. Keyboard/Display Controller-8279
d. ADC -0809/7109
e. DAC- 0808

Reference Books:

1. Kenneth L Short –‘Microprocessors and Programmed logic‘
2. Douglas V Hall- ‘Microprocessors and Digital Systems”
3. Ramesh S Gaonkar- ‘Microprocessors Architecture, Programming and applications with 8085A.

Note to Paper setter:

Question paper shall consist of approximately 80 % theory type questions( Hardware &
design based problems) and approximately 20% Assembly language programs type
questions ( Algorithms/ Software’s).

Term work: (minimum 12 experiment )

50% Assembly language programs based on Assembler & Simulator software’s.
25% Assembly language programs based on Hardware ( kit system )
25% Assembly language programs based on Interfacing ( kit + Interfacing cards )

Shivaji University, Kolhapur.
Revised Syllabus w.e.f. Academic Year 2008-09
S.E. (Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering)

Semester –IV


Teaching Scheme: Examination Scheme:
Lectures: 3hr/week Theory : 100 Marks
Tutorial: 1hr/week Term Work : 25 marks
Practical: 2hrs/week


UNIT-I: Introduction & Overview: (1 Hrs)
Introduction to theory of data structures & its data types,
Algorithms: complexity, time space trade-off with example.

UNIT- II: Arrays, Records & Pointers: (6 Hrs)
Introduction, linear arrays, representation of linear array in memory, traversing linear arrays, inserting & deleting,

Sorting: bubble sort, searching: linear search, binary search,
Multidimensional arrays, Pointers: pointer arrays, Records: Record structures, representation of records in memory, parallel arrays, matrices, space matrices.

UNIT III: Linked Lists: (6 Hrs)
Introduction, linked lists & its representation, Traversing & searching a linked list, memory allocation, Garbage collection, insertion & deletion of nodes of linked list, header linked list, two-way lists, programming problems.

UNIT IV : Stacks & Queues: (6 Hrs)
Introduction to stacks, stack as an Abstract Data type , representation through Arrays & linked lists , Applications of stacks , stacks & recursion, Queue as an abstract data type representation, cicular, double ended, priority, application of queues


UNIT V: Trees : (8 Hrs)
Binary Tree: introduction, types, definition, properties, representations, operations, binary tree traversal reconstruction, counting number of binary trees, applications.
Advanced trees : AVL trees or height balanced trees, representation operation, Threaded binary trees, Expression trees. Multiway trees: trees , multiway search trees, B+ trees, Heaps, construction of a Heap.

UNIT VI: Graphs: (6 Hrs)
Introduction, Graph theory terminology, sequential representation of graphs: Adjacency Matrix, Path matrix, Warshall’s Algorithm, shortest paths, linked representation. Operations, Traversing, Posets, Topological sorting
UNIT-VII: Hashing: (3 Hrs)
Hashing, Hash functions, collision, chaining

Text Books:

1. ISRD group –‘Data structure using C ‘–- Tata McGraw Hill
2. Seymour Lipschautz –‘Data structures’ - Shaum’s outlines -Tata McGraw Hill
Reference Books:
4. Langsam, Rubenstein, Tenenbaun –‘Data structure using C & C++ ‘ - PHI
5. Mark Allen Weiss- ‘Data structure & algorithm analysis in C’- 2nd edition –Pearson Education (LPE)
6. M.T. Goodrich, R. Tamassia, D. Mount- Data Structures & Algorithms in C++- Wiley Publication
7. A.N. Kathie-“ Introduction to Data structures in C"- Pearson Education (LPE)

Term Work: Tutorial (Minimum 12 tutorials based on following)

Unit I 01 tutorial
Unit II 02 tutorials
Unit III 03 tutorials
Unit IV 03 tutorials
Unit V 02 tutorials
Unit VI 01 tutorial
Note: Tutorial should consist only algorithms.

Shivaji University, Kolhapur.
Revised Syllabus w.e.f. Academic Year 2008-09
S.E. (Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering)

Semester- IV

Electromagnetic Fields

Teaching Scheme: Examination Scheme:
Lectures: 3 hr/week Theory : 100 Marks
Tutorial: 1 hr/week Term Work: 25 Marks

UNIT-I: Vector Analysis :- Vector Algebra, Co-ordinate systems, line, Surface & Volume
Integral, Curl, Divergence & Gradient, Electric Charge, Coulomb’s law, Charge distribution, Electric Field Intensity, field due to distributed charges. (6)

UNIT-II: Electric Flux & Potential: Flux density, Gauss’s law, Gauss’s law in point form,
Applications of Gauss’s law, Divergence Theorem, Energy of a moving charge in Electric Field, Potential & potential Difference , Potential field of a point charge, potential Gradient, Dipole, Energy density in Electrostatic field. (8)

UNIT-III: Dielectrics& Boundary conditions: Dielectrics, polarization, Boundary condition in perfect dielectrics, Method of Images, Point charge near an Infinite Grounded conducting plane, Laplace’s Equations. (6)


UNIT-IV: Steady magnetic fields: Current & current Density piot savart law, stoke’s
Theorem, Ampere’s Law , Magnetic flux & flux density, vector magnetic potential, Derivation of
steady magnetic field laws, faraday’s law (6)

UNIT-V: Electromagnetic waves: Maxwell’s Equations in point form & Integral form for
various fields, Retarded potential, Wave equation in free space, wave propagation through different
medium, skin depth, poynting vector, Reflection of plane wave & standing wave ratio. (6)

UNIT-VI: Transmission Lines: Field Theory & circuit Theory, Transmission Line equations,
Line parameters, Input impedance , The terminated uniform Transmission Line & VSWR, smith chart
and applications. (8)

Text Books:

1) Engineering Electromagnetic _ W.H. Hyte
2) Elements of Electromagnetic fields - Surinder P.Seth
(Dhanpat Rai Publications)

Reference Books:

1) Electromagnetic with applications - J.D. Kraus.
(MGHpbs)-4th Edition.
2) Field & Wave Electromagnetics - David K. Cheng
( pearon Education)
2 Minimum 10 Tutorials based on above Topics
2 Note for Paper setter: 50% Theory & 50% Problems are expected

Shivaji University, Kolhapur.
Revised Syllabus w.e.f. Academic year 2008-09
S.E. (Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering)

Semester –IV

Circuit Simulation

Teaching Scheme: Examination Scheme:
Lectures: 1hr/week Term Work: 25 Marks
Practical: 02hr/week

UNIT-I: Schematic Design: ( 4 Hrs )
Introduction, Description of P-Spice, Types of analysis, Description of simulation software tools (like
OrCAD / Proteus)
Schematic Description: Introduction, Input files, element values, Nodes, circuit elements, sources,
output variables, format of circuit and output files, drawing the schematic, Design rule Check (DRC ),
Netlist details.

UNIT-II: Simulation: ( 4 Hrs )
Types of Analysis: Bias point, Time domain, AC Sweep, DC Sweep, Parametric, Monte Carlo, Noise

UNIT-III: PCB Design: ( 4 Hrs )
IC packages, Types of Connectors, Netlist for layout, Types of PCB’s, Description of layout design
tool, foot- print creation, Setting board parameter ( board template, layer strategies), Component
placement considerations, Routing strategies, Design Rule check, back annotation, post processing  reports.

Text book:
1. M. H. Rashid ‘Introduction to P-spice using OrCAD for circuits and Electronics’ –Pearson Education

Reference Books:
1 . User manuals of PROTEUS, OrCAD, Multisim
2.. W.C. Bosshart ‘Printed Circuit Boards-Design & Technology’–Tata McGraw-Hill Publication.

List of Experiments: (Minimum 8)

Sr. No. Title of the Experiment
1 Schematic drawing & component symbol creation
2 Hierarchical schematic drawing
3 Simulation and analysis (bias point analysis, time domain, AC sweep, DC
sweep, parametric) of :RLC Circuit
4 Simulation and analysis (bias point analysis, time domain, AC sweep, DC
sweep, parametric) of : Transistorized Circuit
5 Simulation and analysis (bias point analysis, time domain, AC sweep, DC
sweep, parametric) of : Two Stage Amplifier
6 Simulation and analysis IC Based Circuits
7,8,9 Experiments based on PCB design which would include component
placement, setting design rules, auto routing and interactive routing.
10 Experiments based on noise analysis and Monte-carlo analysis
Note: Experiments may be based on the software’s like OrCAD / PROTEL/ PROTEUS / MULTISIM

Equivalence of Subject S.E. Part-I & II under the
Faculty of Engineering & Technology
w.e.f. Academic Year 2008-09

Part-I (Semester-III)
Sr. No. S.E. Part-I Pre-revised S.E. Part-I Revised
1 Engineering. Mathematics - III Engineering. Mathematics - III
2 Electrical Machines and component Electrical Machines and measurements
3 Electronics devices and circuits Analog Electronic circuits & Design - I
4 Circuits and networks Linear circuits
5 Digital techniques Digital Design
6 Transducers and measurements Electrical Machines and measurements

Part-II (Semester-IV)
Sr. No. S.E. Part-II Pre-revised S.E. Part-II Revised
1 Discrete circuit design Analog Electronic circuits & Design - II
2 Principal of communication Electronics Communication systems
3 Linear integrated circuits Microprocessor and peripherals
4 Control systems Data Structures
5 Electromagnetic Engineering. Electromagnetic Fields.
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