Thursday, 24 May 2012

Shivaji university, Revised Syllabus of ( B.E. Electronics Engineering Sem –VII & VIII ) To be introduced from the academic year 2010-11 (i.e. from June 2010 ) Onwards

(Subject to the modifications will be made from time to time)

*LIST OF ELECTIVE SUBJECTS:
[Note :- Examination scheme and term work marks strictly as per above structure]

Sr.No. Elective-I ( GROUP-I ) Sr.No. Elective-II ( GROUP-II )
1 Fiber Optic Communication
1 Broad-band Communication
2 Satellite Communication 2 Wireless Communication Network
3 Biomedical Instrumentation
3 Biomedical Control & Instrumentation
4 Low Power VLSI Design 4
5 High Speed Digital Design 5
CMOS VLSI Design
6 Digital Image Processing 6 Advanced Digital Signal Processors
7 Real Time Systems
7 System On Chip
8 Robotics 8 Mechatronics
9 Advance Control Engineering 9 Process Instrumentation
10 Fuzzy Logic & Applications 10 Neural Network & Applications

A) Term Work Assessment Scheme
The term work of concerned subjects shall be assessed on the basis of Tutorials (if
applicable), assignments, class tests and practical performance of the student.

B) Guidelines for Nature of Question Paper for B.E. (Electronics) Part-I & II.
1. There shall be total six questions in each paper, all being compulsory with internal
options.
2. Each question paper shall consists of two sections (Section I & Section II).
3. Duration of each paper shall be of Three Hours Carrying of Maximum 100 Marks.

*NOTE: The students are allowed to choose their Electives in Horizontal pair only from
the above mentioned Group-I and Group-II.
[Note :- Examination scheme and term work marks strictly as per above structure]

Shivaji University, Kolhapur.
Revised Syllabus w.e.f. Academic Year 2010-11
B.E. (Electronics Engineering)
Semester –VII
EMBEDDED SYSTEM DESIGN
Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme

Lectures : 4 Hours/week Theory :100 marks
Practical : 2 Hours/week Term work : 25 marks
POE : 50 marks
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SECTION-I
UNIT I : (7 Hrs.)
ARM7TDMI architecture: Programmers model: Memory organization, operating
modes, Registers, status register, pipeline, architecture revisions, core extensions,
ARM processor families
UNIT II : (6 Hrs.)
ARM instruction set: Data processing instruction, Branch, Load, store, software
interrupt instruction, program status register instruction, loading constants, conditional
execution.
Thumb instruction set: Thumb register usage, ARM Thumb Interworking, branch
instructions, Data processing, single register load-store, multiple register load-stores,
stack instructions, software interrupt instruction.
UNIT III : (5 Hrs.)
Exception and interrupt handling: Exception handling, Interrupts, Interrupt handling
schemes.

SECTION-II

UNIT IV : (8 Hrs.)
ARM7TDMI-S microcontroller LPC 21XX: Memory map, system control block,
Memory acceleration module, Vectored interrupt controller, UART, I2C, SPI, Timers,
PWM, Real time clock, Watchdog
UNIT V : (5 Hrs.)
Embedded C programming 8 bit: Key words, memory models, memory types, data
types, bit types, pointers, functions, interrupt functions, reentrant functions.

UNIT VI : (5 Hrs.)
Embedded C programming 32bit: Basic C data types, C looping instructions, Register
allocation, Function calls, Pointer aliasing, structure arrangements, Bit-fields, unaligned
data and endianness, division, floating point, inline functions and assembly, portability
issues

TEXT BOOK :
1. Sloss, Symes, Wright ,ARM system developers guide Morgan
Kaufman (Elsevier) publication.

REFERENCE BOOKS :
1. Willam Hohel ,ARM assembly language: fundamentals and Technique
2. ARM Architecture Reference Manual By: ARM
3. ARM7TDMI Technical Reference Manual Revision: r4p1 By: ARM
4. LPC2106/2105/2104 USER MANUAL By Philips/ NXP semiconductor
5. C51 compiler user guide By: Keil software

TERM WORK : LIST OF PRACTICALS ( Minimum 8 Experiments)
Minimum Eight experiments on 8 bit and 16/32 bit microcontroller (LPC21xx) using
embedded C.
The experiments should demonstrate usage of on chip resources like timers, counters,
ADCs, serial communication and off chip resources like LCD, serial EEPROM, RAM,
DAC etc.
Shivaji University, Kolhapur.
Revised Syllabus w.e.f. Academic Year 2010-11
B.E. (Electronics Engineering)
Semester –VII
POWER ELECTRONICS & DRIVES
Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme
Lectures : 4 hours/week Theory :100 marks
Practical : 2 hour/week Term work : 25 marks
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SECTION- I

UNIT I : 3-PHASE CONVERTERS. (10 Hrs.)
Concepts of 3-phase, half wave controlled rectifier with R, RL load, bridge converters:
half controlled and full controlled rectifier with R, RL load, effect of source inductance
on performance of 3-phase converters, mathematical analysis and numerical are
expected.

UNIT II : DIGITAL FIRING SCHEMES. (6 Hrs.)
Micro-processor and micro-controller based firing scheme for 1-phase and
3-phase converters, need of isolation, types of isolation , Cosine based firing circuit.

UNIT III : CYCLOCONVERTERS. ( 8 Hrs.)
Introduction to cyclo-converters, 1-phase to 1-phase, 3-phase to 1-phase, 3-phase to 3-
phase: bridge configuration and circulating and non-circulating mode of operation.
Harmonic reduction techniques.

SECTION II

UNIT IV : INVERTERS. ( 10 Hrs. )
Concept of inverter, types of inverters.
Thyristorised inverters: series inverter, parallel inverter, mac-murray half bridge
inverter, mac-murray bed ford half bridge inverter, source current representation using
fourier series for contineous load current.
IGBT based inverters: 1-phase half and full bridge inverter. 3-phase bridge inverter
(120 and 180 mode of conduction)
Voltage control of 1-phase and 3-phase inverter, harmonic reduction techniques.

UNIT V : D C MOTOR DRIVES. ( 7 Hrs.)
Single phase fully controlled and half controlled rectifier control of separately excited
dc motor, Three phase fully controlled and half controlled rectifier control of


separately excited dc motor, multiquadrant operation of separately excited dc motor,
chopper controlled dc drives, close loop control of dc drives
Armature control method of speed control, Numerical are expected

UNIT VI : AC MOTOR DRIVES. (7 Hrs. )
Speed control of single phase induction motors .three phase induction motor control:
Stator voltage control, variable voltage frequency control from voltage sources, voltage
source inverter control, closed loop control, rotor resistance control, slip power
recovery,. Close loop control of Induction motor: vector control direct & indirect.

TEXT / REFERENCE BOOKS:
1. P.C.Sen ,Power Electronics TMH Publication
2. V.R.Moorthi,Power Electronics Oxford University press.
3. M.H.Rashid, Power Electronics PHI, Publication
4. Randall Shaffer, Fundamentals of Power electronics with Matlab,.
5. M.D.Singh & K.B. khanchandani, Power Electronics, TMH Publication
6. J.P.Agrawal, Power Electronic Systems Theory & Design,

TERM WORK: LIST OF PRACTICALS ( Minimum 8 Experiments)
A] Pspice/Matlab Based Experiments:
1. Simulating inverter in Matlab.
2. Harmonic analysis of output of PWM Inverter ( hormonic analysis by changing
pulse width, harmonic analysis by Multiple commutation in each half cycle)
3. Simulation model of 3 phase to single phase cyclo-converter using Matlab.
B] Experiments Based On Practical Set Up:
1. Study of 3 phase converter.
2. Study of Cyclo-converter.
3. Study of inverter.
4. Study of PWM inverter using IGBT.
5. Dc motor control using bridge converter.
6. 1 phase speed control of ac motor using IGBT bridge inverter.
7. Study of 500 VA UPS system. ( study of driving waveforms ,study of
protections: over voltage ,over load, short circuit)
8. Microcontroller based firing circuits for 1 phase converters.
9. Speed control of 3 phase ac motor using IGBT bridge inverter.
Note: pspice/matlab based experiments are compulsory and any five from
experiments based on practical set up.

Shivaji University, Kolhapur.
Revised Syllabus w.e.f. Academic Year 2010-11
B.E. (Electronics Engineering)
Semester –VII
VIDEO ENGINEERING
Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme

Lectures : 4 hours/week Theory :100 marks
Practical : 2 hour/week Term work : 25 marks
POE : 50 marks
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SECTION - I

UNIT I : ELEMENTS OF A TELEVISION SYSTEM ( 6 Hrs.)
Picture and sound transmission and reception, CCIR-B standards ,aspect ratio,
horizontal and vertical resolution, video bandwidth and interlaced scanning , composite
video, signal, H & V sync details, VSB transmission and channel bandwidth:
Modulation of picture and sound signals, positive and negative modulation.

UNIT II : TV CAMERAC AND PICTURE TUBES ( 8 Hrs.)
Principle of camera tubes, camcoder,. image orthicon, vidicon, plumbicon, solid-state
image scanners, elements of a picture tube, focusing and deflection, EHT ,HOT picture
tube controls , Delta gun, PIL, Trinitron , color camera & picture tubes purity &
convergence ,automatic degaussing

UNIT III : COLOUR SIGNAL TRANSMISSION AND RECEPTION ( 8 Hrs.)
Composite color signals, compatibility considerations, frequency interleaving process,
Low level IF modulated color TV transmitter block diagram & Color TV receiver ,
color mixing theory, luminance, hue and saturation, color difference signals,
chromaticity diagram , color signal transmission- bandwidth and modulation of color
difference signals, coder and decoder of NTSC , PAL D & SECAM

SECTION- II

UNIT IV : DIGITAL TELEVISION ( 6 Hrs.)
Merits of Digital technology, Digital TV signals , Digitized video parameters ,digital
transmission and reception, codec Functions ,codec MAA2100 ,Video processor,
Audio processor.

UNIT V : HIGH DEFINITION TV ( 7 Hrs.)
Component coding ,MAC signals ,MAC encoding format ,scanning frequencies D2-
MAC Packet Signal ,Duo-binary Coding ,HDTV Standards & compatibility
,colorimetric characteristics & parameters of HDTV systems

UNIT VI : ADVANCED TV SYSTEM ( 9 Hrs.)
LCD TV System : LCD Technology , LCD Matrix types & operations , LCD screen for
TV LCD color Receiver
Plasma TV System : Plasma & conduction of charge ,Plasma TV screen ,Signal
processing in Plasma TV, Plasma color Receiver
Satellite TV, DTH Receiver System ,CCTV, CATV, working of block converter,: IR
Remote control

TEXT & REFERENCE BOOKS :
1. R.R. Gulati,”Modern Television Practice – Principles, Technology and Service”,
New Age International Publication, III rd Edition.
2. R.R. Gulati,”Monochrome and Color TV”, New Age International Publication.
3. S.P. Bali,” Color Television Theory and Practice”, Tata mc-Graw Hill
Publication.
4. A.M. Dhake,”Television and Video Engineering”, IInd Edition.Tata mc-Graw Hill
Publication.
5. B. Grob and C.E. Herndon,”Basic Television and Video Systems”, McGraw
Hill Publication.

TERM WORK : LIST OF PRACTICALS :
(Minimum 12 Experiment based on following TV Sections)
1. Study of circuit diagram of color TV receiver
2. CCVS for different test patterns
3. RF tuner
4. Video IF & detector
5. Video Amplifier
6. Sync separators (V & H)
7. Sound IF
8. Horizontal section
 9. Vertical section
10. Trouble shooting of color TV
11.DTH
 12.Plasma TV
 13. LCD TV
14.CCTV
15.CATV
Shivaji University, Kolhapur.
Revised Syllabus w.e.f. Academic Year 2010-11
B.E. (Electronics Engineering)
Semester –VII
INFORMATION THEORY AND CODING
Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme
Lectures :3 hours/week Theory :100 marks
Tutorial :1 hour/week Term work : 25 marks
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SECTION-I

UNIT I : INFORMATION THEORY (5Hrs.)
Introduction, Concept of amount of information, Entropy-Definition and
Properties, Marginal, Joint and Conditional entropies, relation among entropies,
information rate, Mutual Information and properties.

UNIT II : CHANNAL CAPACITY AND NOISY CODING (7 Hrs.)
Channel Capacity, Redundancy and Efficiency of channel, Discrete memory less
channel Classification of channels :Noise free channel, Symmetric channel, Binary
Symmetric Channel (BSC), Cascaded Channels and Binary Erasure Channel (BEC),
Calculation of channel capacity, Shannons fundamental theorem, Capacity of a band
limited Gaussian channel, Shannon-Hartley Theorem, Trade of between Bandwidth and
Signal to Noise ratio.
Shannon Fano Coding, Huffmans Coding, Coding Efficiency Calculations

UNIT III : LINEAR BLOCK CODES (6 Hrs.)
Introduction : Need of Error Control Coding, Classification ,Error Detection and Error
Correction Techniques, Coding Terminology, Matrix Description of Linear Block
Code, Generator and Parity Check Matrices, Hamming Codes, Encoder and Syndrome
decoder for ( n, k) block Code, other Linear Block codes Single Parity check bit code,
Hadamard Code, Extended codes, dual code.

SECTION-II

UNIT IV : CYCLIC CODES (7 Hrs.)
Algebraic structure, Properties,Generator Polynomial,Generation of Code Vector in
Nonsystematic and Systematic form,Generator and Parity check matrices, Encoding of
Cyclic Code, Syndrome decoding for Cyclic code, Hardware Representation of (n,k)
cyclic code. BCH Codes, RS codes, Golay codes, Burst error correcting codes,
Revised Syllabus of B.E.(Electronics Engg.) w.e.f. academic year 2010-11
Shivaji University, Kolhapur - 11 -

UNIT V : CONVOLUTIONAL CODES (7 Hrs.)
Introduction, Encoding of Convolutional Codes, Time Domain Approach, Transform
Domain Approach, Graphical Approach Code Tree, State diagram and Trellis
Diagram, Decoding of Codes : Maximum Likelihood Decoding-Viterbi Algorithm,
Sequential Decoding . Turbo Codes.

UNIT VI : CODING FOR SECURE COMMUNICATION (4 Hrs.)
Introduction to Cryptography, Encryption Techniques ,Operations used by Encryption
Algorithms, Symmetric (Secret key) Cryptography, Data Encryption Standard (DES),
International data Encryption Algorithms(IDEA),RC Ciphers, asymmetric algorithms,
RSA Algorithms, One way hashing.

TEXT BOOKS:
1. Simon Haykin, “Communication Systems “, John Wiley & Sons, Inc, IVth Edition,
2. R.P Singh & S.D. Sapre ,” Communication Systems Analog & Digital “,Mc-Graw
Hill, 2nd Edition,2001.
3. Ranjan Bose Information Theory Coding & Cryptography ”, Tata McGraw-
Hill Publishing Company Ltd.

REFERENCE BOOKS:
1.Richard B. Wells Applied Coding & Information Theory for Engineers” Pearson
Education,2009
2. John G.Proakias ,” Digital Communication “Mcgraw Hill,Singapore, IVth
Edition,2001.
3. Sam Shanmugam “ Digital and Analog Communication Systems “ John
Wiley Publication , 2005.
4. B.P.Lathi “ Modern Analog and Digital Communication” Oxford reprint, 3rd
Edition, 2004
5. H. Taub and D. Schilling “Principles of Communication Systems” Tata McGraw-
Hill Publishing Company Ltd , 2003
6. Martin Roden “ Analog & Digital Communication Systems” Prentice Hall
India,IIIrd Edition.

TERM WORK : (Minimum 8 tutorials)
Minimum 8 tutorials / assignments based on above syllabus covering all units.
Shivaji University, Kolhapur.
Revised Syllabus w.e.f. Academic Year 2010-11
B.E. (Electronics Engineering)
Semester –VII
FIBER OPTICAL COMMUNICATION
(Elective – I)
Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme

Lectures :3 hours/week Theory :100 marks
Tutorial :1 hour/week Term work : 25 marks
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SECTION -I

UNIT I : OVERVIEW OF OPTICAL FIBER COMMUNICATION (4 Hrs.)
Motivations for light wave communication, optical spectrum bands, fundamental data
communication concept, network information rates, key elements of optical fiber
communication system.
UNIT II : STRUCTURES AND WAVEGUIDING (8 Hrs.)
Nature of light, basic optical laws and definition, optical fiber modes and
configurations, Mode theory for circular waveguides, Single mode fibers, Graded index
fiber, Fiber Material, Fiber fabrication, Fiber optical cables.

UNIT III : ATTENAUTION AND DISPERSION ( 6 Hrs.)
Attenuation, Signal Distortion in Fibers, Characteristics of Single Mode fiber,
Dispersion in Single Mode Fibers, Fiber Losses, Non linear Optical Effects.

SECTION - II

UNIT IV : OPTICAL TRANSMITTER (5 Hrs.)
Basic Concepts, Light Emitting Diodes, Semiconductor Laser, Laser Diodes, Line
Coding, Laser Characteristics.

UNIT V : OPTICAL RECEIVER ( 6 Hrs.)
Detector responsivity, Rise time and Bandwidth, P-N Photo Diode, P-I-N Photo Diode,
Avalanche Photo Diode, Receiver Noise, Receiver Sensitivity.

UNIT VI : WDM CONCEPTS AND COMPONENTS ( 7 Hrs.)
WDM Concept, WDM Light wave Systems, WDM Components, System Performance
Issues, Time Division Multiplexing, Sub Carrier Multiplexing, Code Division
Multiplexing.

TEXT / REFERENCE BOOKS:
1. Gerd Keiser,” Optical Fiber Communications “ TMH Publication,IVth Edition
2. Govind P. Agrawal ,”Fiber – Optic Communication Systems “ Wiley
Publication IIIrd Edition
3. John M. Senior,” Optical Fiber Communications Principles and Practices”
PHI Publication, II nd Edition

TERM WORK : (Minimum 8 tutorials)
Minimum 8 tutorials/ assignments based on above syllabus covering all units.
Shivaji University, Kolhapur.
Revised Syllabus w.e.f. Academic Year 2010-11
B.E. (Electronics Engineering)
Semester –VII
SATELLITE COMMUNICATION
( Elective-I )
Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme
Lectures :3 hours/week Theory :100 marks
Tutorial :1 hour/week Term work : 25 marks
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SECTION-I

UNIT I : INTRODUCTION ( 4 Hrs.)
Origin of Satellite Communications, Historical Back-ground, Basic Concepts of
Satellite Communications, Frequency allocations for Satellite Services, Applications,
Future Trends of Satellite Communications.

UNIT II : ORBITAL MECHANICS AND LAUNCHERS ( 5 Hrs.)
Orbital Mechanics, Look Angle determination, Orbital perturbations, Orbit
determination, launches and launch vehicles, Orbital effects in communication systems
performance.

UNIT III: SATELLITE SYSTEMS ( 6 Hrs.)
Attitude and orbit control system, telemetry, tracking, Command and
monitoring, power systems, communication subsystems, Satellite antenna Equipment
reliability and Space qualification.

UNIT IV: SATELLITE LINK DESIGN ( 5 Hrs.)
Basic transmission theory, system noise temperature and G/T ratio, Design of down
links, up link design, Design of satellite links for specified C/N, System design
example.

SECTION-II

UNIT V : MULTIPLE ACCESS (6 Hrs.)
Frequency division multiple access (FDMA) Intermodulation, Calculation of
C/N. Time division Multiple Access (TDMA) Frame structure, Examples. Satellite
Switched TDMA Onboard processing, DAMA, Code Division Multiple access
(CDMA),Spread spectrum transmission and reception

.UNIT VI : EARTH STATION TECHNOLOGY ( 4 Hrs.)
Introduction, Transmitters, Receivers, Antennas, Tracking systems,
Terrestrial interface, Primary power test methods.

UNIT VII : LOW EARTH ORBITAND GEO-STATIONARY SATELLITE
SYSTEMS ( 5 Hrs.)
Orbit consideration, coverage and frequency considerations, Delay & Throughput
considerations, System considerations, Operational NGSO constellation Designs

UNIT VIII : SATELLITE NAVIAGATION AND THE GLOBLE POSITIONING
SYSTEM ( 5 Hrs.)
Radio and Satellite Navigation, GPS Position Location principles, GPS Receivers and
codes, Satellite signal acquisition, GPS Navigation Message, GPS signal levels, GPS
receiver operation, GPS C/A code accuracy, Differential GPS.

TEXT BOOKS :
1. Timothy Pratt, Charles Bostian and Jeremy Allnutt, “ SatelliteCommunications”,
Wiley publications, IInd Edition, 2003.
2. Wilbur L. Pritchard, Robert A Nelson and Henri G.Suyderhoud,” Satellite
Communications Engineering”, Pearson Publications, IInd Edition, 2003.

REFERENCES BOOKS :
1. M. Richharia,”Satellite Communications : Design Principles”, BS Publications,
IInd Edition, 2003.
2. D.C Agarwal,” Satellite Communication”, Khanna Publications, Vth Edition.
3. K.N. Raja Rao,” Fundamentals of Satellite Communications”, PHI, 2004
4. Dennis Roddy, “Satellite Communications”, McGraw Hill, IInd Edition, 1996

TERM WORK : (Minimum 8 tutorials)
Minimum 8 tutorials / assignments based on above syllabus covering all units

Shivaji University, Kolhapur.
Revised Syllabus w.e.f. Academic Year 2010-11
B.E. (Electronics Engineering)
Semester –VII
BIOMEDICAL INSTRUMENTATION
(Elective- I)
Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme

Lectures :3 hours/week Theory :100 marks
Tutorial :1 hour/week Term work : 25 marks
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UNIT I : ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY (5 Hrs.)
Elementary ideas of cell structure, heart and circulatory system, control nervous
system, Musclo-skeletal system, Respiratory system Body temperature and
reproduction system.
UNIT II : CLASSIFICATION OF BIOMEDICAL EQUIPMENT (3 Hrs.)
Diagnostic, therapeutic and clinical laboratory equipment

UNIT III : BIOELECTRIC SIGNALS AND THEIR RECORDING (7 Hrs.)
Bioelectric signals (ECG, EMG, ECG, EOG & ERG) and their characteristics,
Bioelectrodes,electrodes tissue interface, contact impedance, effects of high contact
impedance, types of electrodes, electrodes for ECG, EEG and EMG.

UNIT IV : TRANSDUCERS FOR BIOMEDICAL APPLICATION ( 9 Hrs.)
Resistive transducers - Muscle force and Stress (Strain guge), spirometry (Potentiont)
, humidity, (Gamstrers), Respiration (Thermistor)
Inductive Transducers - Flow measurements, muscle movement (LVDT)
Capacitive Transducers - Heart sound measurement, Pulse pick up
Photoelectric Transducers - Pulse transducers, Blood pressure, oxygen Analyses
Piezoelectric Transducers - Pulse pickup, ultrasonic blood flowmeter
Chemcial Transducer - Ag-Agfallas (Electrodes, PH electrode

SECTION-II

UNIT V : BIO-ELECTRIC SIGNAL RECORDING MACHINES (8 Hrs.)
Physiological pre-amplifier and specialized amplifiers, ECG lead systems details of
ECG, EMG, and EEG machines

UNIT VI : PATIENT MONTORING SYSTEM (6 Hrs.)
Heart rate measurement pulse rate measurement, respiration, rate measurement,
blood pressure measurement, microprocessor applications in patient monitoring

UNIT VII : X- RAY MACHINE (6 Hrs.)
Basic X-Ray components and circuits, types of X-ray machines e.g. general purpose,
dental image intensifier system, table shooting and maintenance of X- Ray machine

UNIT VIII : SAFETY ASPECTS OF MEDICAL (4 Hrs.)
Gross current, Micro Current shock, safety standards rays and considerations, safety
testing instruments, biological effects of X-rays and precautions

TEXT/ REFERENCE BOOKS :
1. John. G. Webster,” Medical Instrumentation” John Wiley publication.
2. Goddes & Baker,” Principles of Applied Biomedical Instrumentation” John
Wiley publication.
3. Carr & Brown,Biomedical Instrumentation & Measurement” Pearson Education
4. Cromwell, Biomedical Instrument” Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi
5. R.S. Khandpur, Hand book of Medical instruments TMH, New Delhi
6. Sanjay Guha ,”Medical Electronics and Instrumentation” University press
Publication
7. Edwand J. Bukstein,Introduction to Biomedical electronics”sane and Co. Inc.
USA

TERM WORK : (Minimum 8 tutorials)
Minimum 8 tutorials / assignments based on above syllabus covering all units.
Shivaji University, Kolhapur.
Revised Syllabus w.e.f. Academic Year 2010-11
B.E. (Electronics Engineering)
Semester –VII
LOW POWER VLSI DESIGN
(Elective-I)
Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme

Lectures :3 hours/week Theory :100 marks
Tutorial :1 hour/week Term work : 25 marks
_____________________________________________________________________

SECTION-I

UNIT I : (8 Hrs.)
LOW POWER DESIGN, AN OVER VIEW: Introduction to low- voltage low power
design, limitations
MOS/BiCMOS PROCESSES: Bi-CMOS processes, Integration and Isolation
considerations, Integrated Analog/Digital CMOS Process.

UNIT II : (8 Hrs.)
LOW-VOLTAGE/LOW POWER CMOS/ BICMOS PROCESSES: Deep submicron
processes, SOI CMOS, lateral BJT on SOI, future trends and directions of CMOS/Bi-
CMOS processes.

UNIT III : (4 Hrs.)
CMOS AND Bi-CMOS LOGIC GATES: Conventional CMOS and Bi-CMOS logic
gates, Performance Evaluation.

SECTION – II

UNIT IV : (8 Hrs.)
LOW POWER LATCHES AND FLIP FLOPS: Evolution of Latches and Flip flopsquality
measures for latches and Flip flops, Design perspective.

UNIT V : (8 Hrs.)
SPECIAL TECHNIQUES: Power Reduction in Clock Networks, CMOS Floating
Node, Low Power Bus, Delay Balancing, Low Power Techniques for SRAM.

UNIT VI : (4Hrs.)
Case study of PLL, Σ Δ A/D and D/A Converter design for low power applications

TEXT BOOKS:
1.Yeo Rofail/ Gohl(3 Authors), “CMOS/BiCMOS ULSI low voltage, low power”,
Pearson Education Asia Ist Indian reprint,2002.
2.Gary K. Yeap,”Practical Low Power Digital VLSI Design”, KAP, 2002.

REFERENCE BOOKS :
1. Douglas A.Pucknell & Kamran Eshraghian, “Basic VLSI Design”, IIIrd edition
PHI Publication.
2. J.Rabaey, “Digital Integrated circuits”, PHI. Publication
3. Sung-mo Kang and yusuf leblebici, “CMOS Digital ICs”, IIIrd edition TMH 2003 .

TERM WORK : (Minimum 8 Tutorials)
Minimum 8 tutorials / assignments based on above syllabus covering all units.

Shivaji University, Kolhapur.
Revised Syllabus w.e.f. Academic Year 2010-11
B.E. (Electronics Engineering)
Semester –VII
HIGH SPEED DIGITAL DESIGN
( Elective-I)
Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme

Lectures :3 hours/week Theory :100 marks
Tutorial :1 hour/week Term work : 25 marks
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SECTION-I

UNIT I : (8 Hrs.)
Introduction to high-speed digital design - frequency, time and distance - capacitance
and inductance effects - high speed properties of logic gates - speed and power
measurement techniques - rise time and bandwidth of oscilloscope probes - self
inductance, signal pickup and loading effects of probes - observing crosstalk

UNIT II : (7 Hrs.)
Transmission line effects - transmission lines - point to point wiring - infinite
uniform transmission lines - effects of source and load impedance - special
transmission line cases - line impedance and propagation delay - ground planes and
layer stacking.
UNIT III : (3 Hrs.)
crosstalk crosstalk in solid ground planes, slotted ground planes and cross-hatched
ground planes - near and far end crosstalk

SECTION-II

UNIT IV: (8 Hrs.)
Terminations and vias - terminations - end, source and middle terminations - AC
biasing for end terminations - resistor selection - crosstalk in terminators - properties of
vias mechanical properties of vias - capacitance of vias - inductance of vias - return
current and its relation to vias

UNIT V : (7 Hrs.)
Stable reference voltage and clock distribution - stable voltage reference - distribution
of uniform voltage - choosing a bypass capacitor

UNIT VI : (3 Hrs.)
Clock distribution - clock skew and methods to reduce skew - controlling crosstalk on
clock lines - delay adjustments - clock oscillators and clock jitter

TEXT / REFERENCE BOOKS:
1. Howard Johnson & Martin Graham, “High Speed Digital Design: A Handbook of
Black Magic”, Prentice Hall of India.
2. Dally W.S. & Poulton J.W., “Digital Systems Engineering”, Cambridge University
Press
3. Masakazu Shoji, “High Speed Digital Circuits”, Addison Wesley Publishing
Company

TERM WORK : (Minimum 8 tutorials)
Minimum 8 tutorials / assignments based on above syllabus covering all units

Shivaji University, Kolhapur.
Revised Syllabus w.e.f. Academic Year 2010-11
B.E. (Electronics Engineering)
Semester –VII
DIGITAL IMAGE PROCESSING
(Elective-I)
Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme
Lectures :3 hours/week Theory :100 marks
Tutorial :1 hour/week Term work : 25 marks
_____________________________________________________________________

SECTION-I

UNIT I : DIGITAL IMAGE FUNDAMENTALS (7 Hrs.)
Elements Of Visual Perception, fundamentals steps in DIP, A simple image formation
model, Basic concept of sampling and quantization, Representation of binary, Gray
level , colour image, Metric & topological properties of digital image , colour model.

UNIT II : IMAGE ENHANCEMENT IN SPATIAL DOMAIN (5 Hrs.)
Gray level transformation function: image negation ,Log transformation , power law
transformation ,Piecewise linear transformation functions, Histogram equalization,
Enhancement using arithmetic / Logic operation.

UNIT III : IMAGE FILTERING (6 Hrs.)
Basics of spatial filtering, smoothening linear filter, Sharpening spatial filter :
Gradient and laplacian filter, Filtering in frequency domain: basic properties, filtering
in frequency domain .

SECTION-II

UNIT IV : MORPHOLOGICAL IMAGE PROCESSING (6 Hrs)
Dilation & erosion, opening and closing operation , Hit- or miss transformation.
Basic morphological algorithms: Boundary extraction, region filling, thinning and
thickening, skeletons.

UNIT V : IMAGE SEGMENTATION (6 Hrs.)
Detection of discontinuities: Point detection, line detection, edge detection, Sobel,
Prewitt, Laplacian mask for edge detection, Thresholding , Role of illumination,
global and adaptive thresholding , Region based segmentation : region growing, region
splitting and merging.

UNIT VI : IMAGE COMPRESSION (6 Hrs.)
Fundamentals, Coding redundancy , interpixel redundancy, fidelity criteria , image
compression model, lossless predictive coding, Lossy predictive coding , DCT
compression.

TEXT BOOKS :
1. Rafael C Gonzalez , Richard E. Woods,Digital image processing “,Pearson
Publication.
2. Milan sonka , Vaclav Hlavac ,”Processing analysis and Machine vision”
Thomson Publication

REFERENCE BOOKS:
1. S. Jayraman, S Esakkiarajan , Veerakumar,” Digital image processing”,
MC-GRAW Hill, publication.
2. B. Chanda , D. Datta, majnudar ,”Digital image processing and Analysis,
Prentice Hall of India.
3. Rafael C Gonzalez ,”Digital image processing using Matlab.
4. S.Annadurai, R. Shanmugalaxmi ,”Fundamentals of Digital Image
Processing” Pearson Publication.

TERM WORK :
Tutorial based on MATLAB programs:
1. Reading & displaying of image (various image file format)
2. Simple gray level transformation.
3. Histogram processing.
4. Image smoothening operation.
5. Edge detection.
6. Morphological operation.
7. Segmentation using thresholding.
8. Image compression using DCT.

Shivaji University, Kolhapur.
Revised Syllabus w.e.f. Academic Year 2010-11
B.E. (Electronics Engineering)
Semester –VII
REAL TIME SYSTEMS
(Elective-I)
Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme
Lectures :3 hours/week Theory :100 marks
Tutorial :1 hour/week Term work : 25 marks
_____________________________________________________________________

SECTION I

UNIT I : INTRODUCTION (4 Hrs.)
Issues in Real Time Computing, Structure of a Real Time System, Task
Classes, Performance Measures for Real Time Systems, Estimating Program Run
Times.

UNIT II : TASK AND SCHEDULING (8 Hrs.)
Task Assignment and Scheduling Classical uniprocessor scheduling algorithms,
Uniprocessor scheduling of IRIS tasks, Task assignment, Mode changes, and Fault
Tolerant Scheduling.

UNIT III : PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES AND TOOLS (6 Hrs.)
Programming Languages and Tools Desired language characteristics, Data typing,
Control structures, Facilitating Hierarchical Decomposition, Packages, Run time
(Exception) Error handling, Overloading and Generics, Multitasking, Low level
programming, Task Scheduling, Timing Specifications, Programming Environments,
Run time support.

SECTION II

UNIT IV : REAL TIME DATABASES (4 Hrs.)
Basic Definition, Real time Vs General Purpose Databases, Main Memory Databases,
Transaction priorities, Transaction Aborts, Concurrency control issues, Disk
Scheduling Algorithms, Two phase Approach to improve Predictability, Maintaining
Serialization Consistency, Databases for Hard Real Time Systems.

UNIT V : COMMUNICATION (8 Hrs.)
Real Time Communication Communications media, Network Topologies Protocols,
Fault Tolerant Routing. Fault Tolerance Techniques Fault Types, Fault Detection.
Fault Error containment Redundancy, Data Diversity, Reversal Checks, Integrated
Failure
handling.

UNIT VI : EVALUATION TECHNIQUES (6 Hrs.)
Reliability Evaluation Techniques Obtaining parameter values, Reliability models for
Hardware Redundancy, Software error models. Clock Synchronization Clock, A
Nonfault Tolerant Synchronization Algorithm, Impact of faults, Fault Tolerant
Synchronization in Hardware, Fault Tolerant Synchronization in software.

TEXT BOOK:
1. Krishna. C. M., Kang. G, Shin, “Real Time Systems”, McGraw Hill, 2003.

REFERENCE BOOKS:
1. Herma. K, “Real Time Systems – Design for distributed Embedded
Applications”, Kluwer Academic, 2002.
2. Jane W. S. Liu , “Real-Time systems " Pearson Education

TERM WORK : (Minimum 8 tutorials)
Minimum 8 tutorials / assignments based on above syllabus covering all units

Shivaji University, Kolhapur.
Revised Syllabus w.e.f. Academic Year 2010-11
B.E. (Electronics Engineering)
Semester –VII
ROBOTICS
(Elective-I)
Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme
Lectures : 3 hours/week Theory : 100 marks
Tutorial : 1 hour/week Term work : 25 marks
_______________________________________________________________

SECTION-I

UNIT I : ROBOTIC MANIPULATION ( 6 Hrs.)
Automation and Robots; Robot Classification Drive Technologies, Work-Envelope
Geometries, Motion Control Methods, Applications; Robot Specifications No. of Axes,
Capacity and Speed, Reach and Stroke, Tool Orientation, Repeatability, Precision,
Accuracy, Operating Environment, An Example; Rhino X-3.

UNIT II : DIRECT KINEMATICS ( 6 Hrs.)
The Arm Equation Homogenous Co-ordinates Frames, Translationsand Rotations,
Composite Homogenous Transformations; Screw Transformations; Link Co-ordinates;
The Arm Equation; A Five-Axis Articulated Robot; A Four-Axis Scada Robot; A Six-
Axis Articulated Robot; Problems.

UNIT III : INVERSE KINEMATICS ( 6 Hrs.)
Solving the Arm Equation: The Inverse Kinematics Problem; General Properties of
Solutions; Tool Configuration; Inverse Kinematics of a Five-Axis Articulated Robot,
Four-Axis Scara Robot, Six-Axis Articulated Robot and Three-Axis Planer
Articulated Robot; A Robotic Work Cell; Problems.

SECTION- II

UNIT IV : WORK SPACE ANALYSIS AND TRAJECTORY PLANNING
( 4 Hrs.)
Work Space Analysis; Work Envelope of a Five-Axis Articulated Robot; Work
Envelope of a Four Axis Scrara Robot; Work Space Fixtures; The Pick and Place
Operation; Continuous Path Motion; Interpolated Motion;Straight Line Motion;
Problems.

UNIT V : DIFFERENTIAL MOTION AND STATICS ( 5 Hrs.)
The Tool Configuration Jacobian Matrix; Joint Space Singularties; Generalized
Inverses; Resolved Motion Rate Control; n > 6; Rate Control of Redundant Robots : n
> 6; Rate Control using ( 1) Inverses; The Manipulator Jacobean; Induced Joint
Torques and Forces; Problems.

UNIT VI : MANIPULATOR DYNAMICS ( 5 Hrs.)
Lagranges Equation; Kinetic & Potential Energy; Generalized Force; Lagrange Euler
Dynamic Model; Dynamic Models of a Two-Axis Planer Articulated Robot and A
Three-Axis SCARA Robot; Direct & Inverse Dynamics; Recursive Newton - Euler
Formulation; Dynamic Model of a One-Axis Robot; Problems.

UNIT VII : ROBOT CONTROL ( 4 Hrs.)
The Control Problems; State Equations; Constant Solutions; Linear Feedback
Systems; Single-Axis PID Control; PD-Gravity Control; Computed Torque
Control; Variable-structure Control; Impedance Control; Problems.

TEXT BOOKS :
1. Robert J.Schilling,Fundamental of Robotics -Analysis & Control PHI
Publication
2. John J. Craig,Introduction to Robotics -Mechanics & Control”, Addition
Wesley Publication.

REFERENCE BOOKS :
1. Wolfram Stadler,Analysical Robotics & Mechatronics” Mc-Graw Hill,Publication
2. Mikell P. Grover, Weiss,Nagel and Ordef ,Industrial Robotics - Technology,
Programming & Applications”, Mc-Graw Hill International Edition.
3. Richard D.Klafter, Thomas A. Chmielewski and Michael Negin,Robotic
Engineering An Integrated Approach PHI Publication.
4. R.K.Mittal and I.J.Nagrath,Robots and Control Tata McGraw Hill Publication.

TERM WORK : (Minimum 8 tutorials)
Minimum 8 tutorials / assignments based on above syllabus covering all units.

Shivaji University, Kolhapur.
Revised Syllabus w.e.f. Academic Year 2010-11
B.E. (Electronics Engineering)
Semester –VII
ADVANCE CONTROL ENGINEERING
( Elective-I )
Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme
Lectures :3 hours/week Theory :100 marks
Tutorial :1 hour/week Term work : 25 marks
_____________________________________________________________________

SECTION – I

UNIT I : INTRODUCTION (5 Hrs.)
Control system analysis and design by conventional methods: overview
Root locus analysis of control system, system with transport lag, Root contour plots,
Bode diagram, Polar plots, Nyquist stability criterion, Stability analysis, experimental
determination of transfer functions.

UNIT II. : SIGNAL PROCESSING IN DIGITAL CONTROL (5 Hrs.)
Why Use Digital Control, Configuration of the Basic Digital Control Scheme,
Principles of Signal Conversion, Basic Discrete Time signals, Time Domain models
for discrete time systems, Transfer function models, Stability on the Z-plane and the
Jury stability criterion, Sampling as Impulse Modulation, Sampled Spectra and
Aliasing, Filtering Practical Aspects of the choice of sampling rate, Principle of
discretization, The Routh stability criterion on their- plane.

UNIT III.:DIGITALCONTROL DEVICES AND SYSTEMS AND
ALGORITHMS (10 Hrs.)
Introduction, z-Domain description of sampled continuous time plants, z-Domain
description of systems with Dead Time, Implementation of Digital Controllers,
Digital temperature control system, Digital position control system, Stepping motors
and their control.z- plane specifications of control system design, Digital compensator
Design using frequency response plots, Digital compensator Design using root Locus
plots, z- plane Synthesis.

SECTION – II

UNIT IV: CONTROL SYSTEM ANALYSIS USING STATE VARIABLE
METHODS (8 Hrs.)
Introduction, Vectors and Matrices, State variable representation, Conversion of state
variable models, to Transfer functions, Conversion of Transfer functions to canonical
state Variable models, Eigen values and Eigenvectors, Concepts of controllability and
observability, Equivalence between transfer function and state variable representations,
multivariable systems.

UNIT V: STATE VARIABLE ANALYSIS OF DIGITAL CONTROL SYSTEMS
(5 Hrs.)
Introduction, State descriptions of Digital Processors, State Description of sampled
continuous time plants, State Description of systems with Dead- Time, Solution of
State difference equations, Controllability and observability, Multivariable systems.

Unit VI.: POLE-PLACEMENT DESIGN AND STATE OBSERVERS
(7 Hrs.)
Introduction, Stability improvement by state feedback, Necessary and sufficient
conditions of arbitrary pole-placement, State regulator design, Design of State
Observers, Compensator Design by the separation principle, Servo design: Introduction
of the reference input by feed forward control, State Feedback with Integral Control,
Digital Control systems with state feedback, Deadbeat control by state feedback and
Dead beat observers.

TEXT / REFERENCE BOOK :
1. Katsuhiko Ogata ,Modern Control Engineering. PHI Publication.
2. Frohr, OrHenburger, “ Introduction to Electronics Control Engineering. Wiley
Eastern publication
3. M. Gopal,” Digital Control Engineering”, PHI Publication.
4. M. Gopal ,”Digital Control And State Variable Methods”, Tata McGraw Hill
Publication
5. Kuo B.C.,”Digital Control system”, Wiley Eastern publication, II nd Edition
6. Ogata K ,”Discrete Time Control Systems” PHI Publication.

TERM WORK : (Minimum 8 tutorials)
Minimum 8 tutorials / assignments based on above syllabus covering all units-
Shivaji University, Kolhapur.
Revised Syllabus w.e.f. Academic Year 2010-11
B.E. (Electronics Engineering)
Semester –VII
FUZZY LOGIC & APPLICATION
( Elective – I )
Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme
Lectures :3 hours/week Theory :100 marks
Tutorial :1 hour/week Term work : 25 marks
_____________________________________________________________________

SECTION -I

UNIT I : INTRODUCTION: FUZZY SET THEORY AND FUZZY LOGIC
(4 Hrs.)
Complexity-Significance dilemma: Principle of Incompatibility, Origin of Fuzzy Set
Theory, Historical developments Fuzzy Logic, Benefits, Limitations and Myths of
Fuzzy Logic, Application potentials and application domains of Fuzzy Logic

UNIT II : FUZZY SET THEORY (8 Hrs.)
Fuzzy Set: discrete and continuous domains, Crisp Set versus Fuzzy Set, Concept of
membership function and its features, Types of Fuzzy Sets (Triangular, Trapezoidal,
Exponential), Characteristic properties of Fuzzy Set (Support, Width, Height, Peak,
Normality, Cardinality, Convexity), Methods of assigning membership grade values,
Hedges, Labels, Context dependency with Fuzzy Set, Linguistic variable and Fuzzy
Set, Fundamental operations (Union, Intersection, Complement, Containment), Laws of
excluded middle and contradiction, Algebraic operations (Cartesian product, Algebraic
sum and difference, Bounded sum and difference), Dilution (DIL) and Concentration
(CON) of Fuzzy Set, Geometric interpretation of Fuzzy Set, α-cut of Fuzzy Set and
decomposition principle, Concept of Fuzzy Number and Extension principle, Problem
solving with Fuzzy Set and Fuzzy Number.

UNIT III : FUZZY RELATION (6 Hrs.)
Concept of relation: Classical (Crisp) and Fuzzy Relations, Mathematical, Matrix form
and Graphical representation of Fuzzy Relation, Fundamental operations (Union,
Intersection, Complement, Containment), Properties of Fuzzy Relation, Fuzzy
Tolerance and Equivalence Fuzzy Relations with illustrative examples, Projection and
Cylindrical Extension operations with Fuzzy Relation, Converse and other Fuzzy
Relations, Composition of Fuzzy Relation, Problem solving with Fuzzy Relation.

UNIT IV : FUZZY REASONING AND FUZZY IMPLICATION (7Hrs.)
Fuzzy Proposition, Formation of Fuzzy Rules, Compound rules, Aggregation of Fuzzy
rules, Fuzzy (Approximate) Reasoning, Types of Fuzzy Reasoning, Mamadani and
TSK methods of Fuzzy Reasoning, Fuzzy Inference System (FIS), Types of FIS:
Mamadani and Sugeno type, Comparison, Fuzzy Implication: Generalized Modus
Ponens and Tolens, Types of Implications, Conversion of Fuzzy Rules into Fuzzy
Relation by Zadeh and Mamadani type implications, Compositional Rule of inference.

UNIT V : FUZZY LOGIC CONTROL (8Hrs.)
General structure of Fuzzy Logic Control, Steps involved in designing Fuzzy Logic
Control: Fuzzification Interface, Knowledge Elicitation, Inference Logic,
Defuzzification Interface, Types of Defuzzification Methods: Centroid Method,
Mamadani and Sugeno-Takagi Architectures of Fuzzy Logic Controller, Simplified
Design of Fuzzy Logic Control for: Furnace Temperature, Boiler Steam Pressure, DC
Motor Speed, Subway Train Operation, Safe Car Drive, Washing Machine Cycle,
Vacuum Cleaner Mechanism, Air Craft Landing.

UNIT VI: HARDWARE IMPLEMENTATION (4 Hrs.)
Introduction to Digital and Analog hardware implementation of Fuzzy Logic, Analog
Techniques: Voltage Mode, Current Mode, Mixed Mode, Fuzzy Analog Memory.

REFERENCE BOOKS:
1. G. J. Klir, B. Yuon, “Fuzzy Sets and Fuzzy Logic: Theory and applications”,
PHI, New Delhi.
2. J. Yen, R. Langari , “Fuzzy Logic”, Pearson Education, New Delhi
3. D. Driankov, H. Hellendroon, M. Reinfrank,”An Introduction to Fuzzy Logic
Control”, (1996), Narosa Publishing House, New Delhi
4. S. N. Sivanandam, S. N. Deepa,”Principles of Soft Computing”, Wiley, India
(P) Ltd., Ist Indian Edition, 2008),
5. M. N. Cirstea, A. Dinu, J. G. Khor, M. McCormick,”Neural and Fuzzy Logic
Control of Drives and Power systems”, Newnes, London
6. A. M. Ibrahim,”Introduction to Applied Fuzzy Electronics”, PHI, New Delhi
7. S. Rajsekaran, G. A. Vijayalaxmi Pai,” Neural Networks, Fuzzy Logic and
Genetic Algorithms: Synthesis and applications”, PHI, New Delhi
8. A. M. Ibrahim,”Fuzzy Logic for Embedded System and applications”,
Elsevier Science, USA

TERM WORK : (Minimum 8 tutorials)
Minimum 8 tutorials / assignments based on above syllabus covering all units.
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Shivaji University, Kolhapur.
Revised Syllabus w.e.f. Academic Year 2010-11
B.E. (Electronics Engineering)
Semester –VII
PROJECT-I
Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme
Practical : 4 hour/week Term work : 50 marks
OE : 25 marks
_____________________________________________________________________
The project work is to be carried out in two semesters of B.E. (Electronics) Part I &
Part II. The practical batch for project will be of 15 students. The batch will be
preferably divided into groups each consisting of not more than 3 students.
In semester I, group will select a project with the approval of the guide and submit the
synopsis of project in the month of August. The group is expected to complete details
system design, layout etc. in semester I, as a part of term work in the form of a joint
report.
In addition all students of project group will deliver the seminar on the proposed project
only.
If the group of student select a project under sponsored category from industry,
it is essential that they should take prior written permission & approval at the
beginning of semester-I from Head of Institution through Head of Department &
Concerned Guide .
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Shivaji University, Kolhapur.
Revised Syllabus w.e.f. Academic Year 2010-11
B.E. (Electronics Engineering)
Semester –VIII
COMPUTER NETWORK
Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme
Lectures : 4 hours/week Theory : 100 marks
Practical : 2 hours/week Term work : 25 marks
OE : 50 marks
_____________________________________________________________________

SECTION – I

UNIT I : INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER NETWORK (6 Hrs.)
Network definition & requirements Network topology, Types of networks, reference
models OSI, TCP/IP,
Physical Layer network components: Transmission media and types, Modems types,
block schematic & standards, Network Devices: Network Connectors, Hubs, Switches,
Routers, Bridges(Types of Bridges)

UNIT II : DATA LINK LAYER (7 Hrs.)
Design issues,elementary data link protocols, sliding window protocols.
HDLC types of stations, modes of operation, HDLC frame formats, additional
features Medium Access Sublayer Channel allocation problem, multiple access
Protocols, IEEE standard 802.3

UNIT III : NETWORK LAYER (7 Hrs.)
Design issues, Routing algorithms shortest path, distance
vector routing, link state routing, flow based routing, routing for mobile hosts,
Congestion control congestion prevention policies-leaky bucket algorithm,
token bucket algorithm, congestion control in virtual circuit subnet and choke packets.

SECTION-II

UNIT IV: IP ADDRESSES (8 Hrs.)
Classful addressing, other issues, subnetting and supernetting, Classless addressing,
variable length blocks- subnetting, IP protocol and its header format

UNIT IV : ( 4 Hrs.)
ARP, RARP, ICMP, IGMP

UNIT V : TCP AND UDP (8Hrs.)
UDP protocol, TCP services, TCP Segment, Flow control, Congestion control, TCP
Timers, IP/V.6.

TEXT / REFERENCE BOOKS :
1. Forouzan, , ”Data Communication and Networking” IInd edition,Tata Mc-Graw
Hill, Publication.
2. Tanenbaum, ”Computer Neworks” IV Edition, pearson Education.
3. Wayne Tomasi, ” Introduction to Data communications and Networking”
Pearson Education.
4. Forouzan, ”TCP/IP Protocol Suite” IIIrd Edition Tata Mc-Graw Hill publication.
5. Michael A. Gallo, William M. Hancock,” Computer Communications and
Networking Technologies” Cengage Learning ( India Edition)

TERM WORK : (Minimum 10 Experiments)
Minimum 10 experiments based on above syllabus covering all units.

Shivaji University, Kolhapur.
Revised Syllabus w.e.f. Academic Year 2010-11
B.E. (Electronics Engineering)
Semester –VIII
OPERATING SYSTEM
Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme
Lectures :4 hours/week Theory :100 marks
Practical :2 hour/week Term work : 25 marks
OE : 50 marks
_____________________________________________________________________

SECTION-I

UNIT I : FUNDAMENTALS OF OS AND SYSTEM SOFTWARE (4 Hrs.)
Overview of all system software Operating system- I/O Manager- Assembler-
Compiler- Linker- Loader, OS services and components, multitasking,
multiprogramming, time sharing, buffering, spooling

UNIT II : PROCESS AND THREAD MANAGEMENT (7 Hrs.)
Concept of process and threads , process states process management context switching
, interaction between processes and OS , multithreading

UNIT III : CONCURRENCY CONTROL (7 Hrs.)
Concurrency and race conditions, mutual exclusion requirements , s/w and h/w
solutions, semaphores, monitors, classical IPC problem and solutions, Dead locks -
characterization , detection ,recovery, avoidance and prevention.

SECTION-II

UNIT IV : MEMORY MANAGEMENT (6 Hrs.)
Memory partitioning , swapping, paging, segmentation, virtual memory - Concepts,
Overlays, Demand paging, Performance of demand paging , page replacement
algorithm, Allocation algorithms

UNIT V : I/O SYSTEMS (8 Hrs.)
Principles of I/O hardware - I/O devices - device controller - direct memory access
Principles of I/O software Goals - interrupt handlers - device drivers- device
independent I/O software
Secondary-storage structure - Disk structure - Disk scheduling - Disk Management -
Swap-space management - Disk reliability - Stable storage implementation File
concept File support- Access methods- Allocation methods- Directory systems- File
Protection

UNIT VI : EMBEDDED OPERATING SYSTEMS (4 Hrs.)
Characteristics of embedded operating systems, Real time operations, Reactive
operations, configurability, I/O device flexibility, protection mechanism, direct use of
interrupts.

TEXT / REFERENCE BOOKS :
1. Achyut S. Godbole,” Operating Systems” IInd Edition,Tata Mc Graw Hill .
2. William Stallings ,”Operating System: Internals & Design Principles’, Prentice
Hall of India.
3. Flynn & Metioes ,”Understanding Operating System” IVth Edition, Thomsan
publication.
4. Silberschatz & Galvin,” Operating System Concepts”,VII th Wiley 2000 .
5. Milman Milenkovic,Operating systems, concept &design”
6. P.balkrishna Prasad, Operating Systems II nd Edition,Scitech Publication
7. Flynn /McHoes, Operating Ststems Cengage Learning ( India Edition)

TERM WORK : (Minimum 8 Experiments)
Minimum 8 experiments based on above syllabus covering all units.
Revised Syllabus of B.E.(Electronics Engg.) w.e.f. academic year 2010-11
Shivaji University, Kolhapur - 37 -
Shivaji University, Kolhapur.
Revised Syllabus w.e.f. Academic Year 2010-11
B.E. (Electronics Engineering)
Semester –VIII
MICROWAVE ENGINEERING
Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme
Lectures :4 hours/week Theory :100 marks
Practical :2 hour/week Term work : 25 marks
_____________________________________________________________________

SECTION I

UNIT I : WAVE GUIDES (6 Hrs.)
Rectangular and circular wave guides: TE and TM mode wave, power transmission in
wave guide, power losses in wave guide, excitation of modes in wave guide,
Characteristics of standard wave guides.

UNIT II : MICROWAVE COMPONENTS AND TUBES (9 Hrs.)
Microwave cavities, microwave hybrid circuits, directional coupler, Circulators and
Isolators, microwave attenuators, slotted lines, parallel, coplanar & shielded micro strip
lines.
Klystrons, reflex klystrons, TWTs.
Microwave Crossed Field Tubes: Magnetrons, Forward wave crossed field amplifier
(FWCFA), M-carcinotron oscillators, high power Gyrotrons.

UNIT III : MICROWAVE SOLID STATE DEVICES (6 Hrs.)
Microwave tunnel diodes, microwave FETs, Gunn effect diodes, RWH Theory, LSA
diodes, InP diodes,CdTe diodes, IMPATT diodes, PIN diodes, Ruby laser, MESFETs
and HEMT.

SECTION II

UNIT IV : MONOLITHIC MICROWAVE INTEGRATED CIRCUITS AND
HAZARDS (6 Hrs.)
Materials: substrate, conductor dielectric & resistive MMIC growth, thin film
formation, hybrid microwave I.C. fabrication , Electromagnetic compatibility, plane
wave propagation in shielded rooms, anechoic chambers, microwave clean rooms,
microwave hazards.

UNIT V : MICROWAVE MEASUREMENTS (7 Hrs.)
Detection of microwave power: measurement of microwave power bridge circuit using
thermister & barraters. Theory & operation of barraters, direct reading barraters
bridges.
Measurement of wavelengths: single line cavity coupling system, frequency pulling by
reactive load, Transmission cavity wave meter & reaction wave meter, measurement of
VSWR, measurements of attenuation, free space attenuation.

UNIT VI : MICROWAVE ANTENNAS (8 Hrs.)
RF antenna and Microwave antennas, Horn antenna, Parabolic reflector with all types
of feeding methods, slotted antenna, Lens antenna, Microwave strip line antennas, Rod
reflector, Corner reflector Equation for antenna gain, Directivity and Beam width of all
above antenna types.

TEXT BOOK :
1. Samuel Liao ,”Microwave Devices and Circuit” Prentice Hall of India

REFERENCE BOOKS:
1. Peter A. Rizzim,”Fundamentals of Microwave Engineering” Prentice Hall of
India.
2. R.E.Collin, “Foundation for Microwave Engineering”, Mc-Graw Hill
International.
3. Sisodia and Raghuvanshi, “ Microwave Circuits and Passive Device”, New Edge
International limited Publishers.
4. Manjit Mitra, “ Microwave Engineerin”, Dhanpat Rai & Co.
5. Annapurna Das & Sisir K Das,” Microwave Engineering, Tata Mc-Graw Hill.
6. David Pozar,” Microwave engineering”, Wiley Publication
7. G.S.N. Raju , “Antennas and wave propagation ,Pearson Education
8. Skolnik,” Principles of Radar Engineering, Tata Mc-Graw Hill.
9. M.L. Sisodia,” Microwave: Introduction to Circuit Devices and Antenna”,
New Edge International limited Publishers.
10. M.L. Sisodia,” Microwave Active Devices -vacuum and solid state” New Edge
International limited Publishers.
TERM WORK : (Minimum 8 Experiments)
Minimum 8 experiments based on above syllabus covering all units.

LIST OF EXPERIMENTS:
1. Reflex Klystron Characteristics
2. GUNN Diode Characteristics
3. VSWR Measurement (Using Vmax / Vmin Method)
4. Frequency and wavelength measurement
5. Input impedance measurement
3. Study of E plane /H plane and magic Tee
4. Study of Directional coupler, coupling factor
7. Horn Antenna (Gain, Radiation Pattern and beam width)
8. Parabolic Antenna (Gain, Radiation Pattern and beam width)
9. Measurement of attenuation (Fixed and variable)

Shivaji University, Kolhapur.
Revised Syllabus w.e.f. Academic Year 2010-11
B.E. (Electronics Engineering)
Semester –VIII
BROADBAND COMMUNICATION
( Elective-II )
Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme
Lectures :3 hours/week Theory :100 marks
Tutorial :1 hour/week Term work : 25 marks
________________________________________________________________

SECTION – I

UNIT I : ISDN ( 8 Hrs.)
Switching Techniques, Principles of ISDN, Architecture, ISDN standards, I-series
Recommendations, Transmission structure, User network interface, ISDN protocol
architecture, ISDN connections, Addressing, Interworking,

UNIT II : B-ISDN ARCHITECTURE AND STANDARDS, B-ISDN
SERVICES (6 Hrs.)
Conversational, Messaging, Retrieval, Distribution, Business and Residential
requirements.

UNIT III : B-ISDN PROTOCOLS ( 6 Hrs.)
User plane, Control plane, Physical layer, Line coding, Transmission structure,
SONET- Requirement, Signal Hierarchy, System Hierarchy.

SECTION-II

UNIT IV : ATM – OVERVIEW, VIRTUAL CHANNELS ( 8 Hrs.)
Virtual paths, VP and VC switching, ATM cells, Header format, Generic flow
control, Header error control, Transmission of ATM cells, Adaptation layer, AAL
services and protocols.

UNIT V : ATM SWITCHING ( 6 Hrs.)
ATM switching building blocks, ATM cell processing in a switch, Matrix type
switch, Input, Output buffering, Central buffering, Performance aspects of buffering
switching networks.

UNIT VI : ATM TRAFFIC AND CONGESTION CONTROL ( 6 Hrs.)
Requirements for ATM Traffic and Congestion Control, Cell-Delay Variation,
ATM Service Categories, Traffic and Congestion Control Framework, Traffic
Control, Congestion Control,

TEXT BOOK :
1.William Stallings,ISDN and Broadband ISDN with Frame Relay and ATM
Prentice-Hall, IVth edition.

REFERENCE BOOKS:
1. Balaji Kumar,” Broadcast Communications”, McGraw Hill Publication.
2. W. Stallings, ”ISDN-An Introduction”, McGraw Hill Publishing company.
3. M. Schwartz, Telecommunication Network “Addison Wesley publication.
4. M. Schwartz,Computer Communication network – Design & Analysis”
Prentice Hall India Publication.

TERM WORK : (Minimum 8 tutorials)
Minimum 8 tutorials / assignments based on above syllabus covering all units.
Shivaji University, Kolhapur.
Revised Syllabus w.e.f. Academic Year 2010-11
B.E. (Electronics Engineering)
Semester –VIII

WIRELESS COMMUNICATION NETWORK
( Elective-II )
Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme
Lectures :3 hours/week Theory :100 marks
Tutorial :1 hour/week Term work : 25 marks
________________________________________________________________

SECTION-I

UNIT I : INTRODUCTION OF WIRELESS COMMUNICATION.
( 6 Hrs.)
Challenges in wireless networking ,Wireless communications standards
Overview, evolution of cellular system, Cellular system architecture &
operation, Performance criteria.Multiple access schemes for wireless
communication -TDMA, FDMA, CDMA, SDMA

UNIT II : WIRELESS NETWORK PLANNING AND OPERATION
( 7 Hrs.)
frequencies management, channel assignments, frequency reuse, System
capacity& its improvement, Handoffs & its types, roaming, co channel &
adjacent channel interference .

UNIT III : DIGITAL CELLULAR NETWORKS ( 5 Hrs.)
GSM architecture& interfaces, signal processing in GSM, frame structure of
GSM, Channels used in GSM.

SECTION – II

UNIT IV : WIRELESS LAN TECHNOLOGY ( 5 Hrs.)
Overview, WLAN technologies, infrared LANs, Spread Spectrum LANs
Narrowband Microwave LANs
IEEE 802.11- Architecture, protocols, MAC layer .MAC frame, MAC
management,

UNIT V : BLUETOOTH ( 4 Hrs.)
Overview, Radio specification, Base band specification, Link manager
specification, logical link control & adaptation protocol.

UNIT VI : MOBILE DATA NETWORKS ( 4 Hrs.)
Introduction, Data oriented CDPD networks, GPRS

UNIT VII : WIRELESS ACCESS PROTOCOL ( 5 Hrs.)
WAP architecture , Wireless Datagram ,Wireless Transport layer security,
wireless transaction ,Wireless Session ,Wireless Application Environment
,WML

TEXT BOOKS:
1.William C.Y.Lee,Mobile communication Engg” , Tata Mc-Grraw Hill
Publications
2.T.S.Rappaport,Wireless Communication, principles & practice” Pearson
Education
3. Schiller,Mobile communication, IInd Edition, Pearson Education

REFERENCE BOOKS:
1. William Stalling,” Wireless Communication & Networking”
2. Rampantly, Mobile communication
3. Kamilo Feher,” Wireless digital communication”, PHI, 1999
4. Kavesh pahlavan & P.Krishna Murthy,” Principles of Wireless networks”

TERM WORK : (Minimum 8 tutorials)
Minimum 8 tutorials / assignments based on above syllabus covering all units

                                                    Shivaji University, Kolhapur.
Revised Syllabus w.e.f. Academic Year 2010-11
B.E. (Electronics Engineering)
Semester –VIII
BIOMEDICAL CONTROL & INSTRUMENTATION
( Elective-II )
Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme
Lectures :3 hours/week Theory :100 marks
Tutorial :1 hour/week Term work : 25 marks
_____________________________________________________________________

SECTION-I

UNIT I : CARDIAC MEASUREMENT (8 Hrs.)
Cardiovascular System, Heart Structure, Cardiac Cycle, ECG Theory, ECG Electrodes,
Electrocardiograph, Indicator dilution methods; Measurement of continuous Cardiac
output derived from aortic pressure waveforms, cardiac Arrhythmias; Foetal heart rate
measurements Plethysmography. Cardiac Pacemakers ,AC/DC Defibrillators, Heart-
Lung Machine (HLM)

UNIT II : PATIENT MONITORING SYSTEMS (6 Hrs.)
Different Types of ECG Monitors, Ambulatory monitoring Instruments.
Measurement of Blood pressure, Temperature, Respiration rate, Apnea detectors;
Computerized patient monitoring system. Oximetry, pulse oximeters, Ear oximeters.

UNIT III : PULMONARY FUNCTION ANALYZERS (5 Hrs.)
Natural Process of Breathing, O2 and CO2 Transport, Regulation of Breathing,
Pulmonary function measurement; Spirometry; Pulmonary function analyzers.
Respiratory gas analyzers. Ventilators

SECTION – II

UNIT IV : NERVOUS SYSTEM (6 Hrs.)
Structure of Neuron, Central Nervous System, Electroencephalography, Evoked
Response, Biofeedback, Myoelectric voltages, Electromyography,

UNIT V : SENSORY INSTRUMENTATION (6 Hrs.)
Mechanism of Hearing, Sound Conduction System, Basic Audiometer; Pure tone
audiometer; Audiometer system Bekesy; Evoked response Audiometer system, Hearing
Aids,Anatomy of Eye, Errors in Vision, ophthalmoscope, Tonometer, Perimeter.

UNIT VI : LUNGS, KIDNEY AND BONE (7Hrs.)
Lungs , Pulmonary Volume measurement, pulmonary flow measurement, pulmonary
diffusion, Kidney Structure, Regulation of Water and Electrolyte Balance, Artificial
Kidney, Dialysis System, Lithotripsy , kidney clearance ,Kidney imaging analysis
,Peritoneal Dialysis,
Bones mineral density, joint friction, Bone positions, Bone-strain related Potentials.

TEXT BOOK :
1. John G. Webster, ‘Medical Instrumentation application and design’, III rd Edition,
Wiley publication.

REFERENCE BOOKS :
1. Goddes L.A and Baker L.E, “Principles of Applied Biomedical Instrumentation’
Wiley-Inter science, III rd edition.
2. R.S. Khandpur, “Handbook of Biomedical Instrumentation”, Tata McGraw Hill,
II nd edition
3. John G. Webster,” Bio instrumentation” Wiley India Edition
4. Leslie Cromwell, Fred J. Weibell, Erich A. Pfeiffer, “Biomedical Instrumentation
and Measurements”, Prentice-Hall India, II nd edition.
5. S.K. Venkata Ram, “Biomedical Electronics and Instrumentation’,Galgotia
Publication Pvt. Ltd. New Delhi.
6. Nandini K.Jog,” Electronics in Medicine and Biomedical Instrumentation” PHI
Edition.

TERM WORK : (Minimum 8 tutorials)
Minimum 8 tutorials based on above syllabus covering all units.


                                               Shivaji University, Kolhapur.
Revised Syllabus w.e.f. Academic Year 2010-11
B.E. (Electronics Engineering)
Semester –VIII
CMOS VLSI DESIGN
( Elective –II )
Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme
Lectures :3 hours/week Theory :100 marks
Tutorial :1 hour/week Term work : 25 marks
_____________________________________________________________________

SECTION- I

UNIT I : INTRODUCTION (5 Hrs.)
MOS Transistors, MOS Transistor Switches, CMOS Logic, Circuit and System
Representations, MOS Transistor Theory - Introduction MOS Device Design
Equations, The Complementary CMOS Inverter-DC Characteristics, Static Load MOS
Inverters, The Differential Inverter, The Transmission Gate, The Tri State Inverter,
Bipolar Devices.

UNIT II : CIRCUIT CHARACTERISATION AND PERFORMANCE
ESTIMATION ( 8 Hrs.)
Introduction, Resistance Estimation Capacitance Estimation, Inductance, Switching
Characteristics, CMOS-Gate Transistor Sizing, Power Dissipation, Sizing Routing
Conductors, Charge Sharing, Design Margining, Reliability.

UNIT III : CMOS CIRCUIT AND LOGIC DESIGN (5 Hrs.)
CMOS Logic Gate Design, Basic Physical Design of Simple Gate, CMOS Logic
Structures, Clocking Strategies, I/O Structures, Low Power Design.

SECTION- II

UNIT IV : SYSTEM DESIGN AND DESIGN METHOD (8 Hrs.)
Design Strategies CMOS Chip Design Options, Design Methods, Design Capture
Tools, Design Verification Tools, Design Economics, Data Sheets, CMOS Testing -
Manufacturing Test Principles, Design Strategies for

UNIT V : TESTING (4 Hrs.)
Test, Chip Level Test Techniques, System Level Test Techniques, Layout Design for
Improved Testability.

UNIT VI: CMOS SUB SYSTEM DESIGN (6 Hrs.)
Data Path Operations-Addition/Subtraction, Parity Generators, Comparators, Zero/One
Detectors, Binary Counters, ALUs, Multiplication, Shifters, Memory Elements,
Control-FSM, Control Logic Implementation.

TEXT BOOK:
1. Nell H. E. Weste and Kamran Eshraghian, " Principles of CMOS VLSI Design ",
Addision Wesley, II nd edition .

REFERENCE BOOKS:
1. John P . Uyemura “ Introduction to VLSI Circuits and Systems”, Wiley India
Edition
2. Jacob Backer, Harry W. Li and David E. Boyce, " CMOS Circuit Design, Layout
And Simulation ", Prentice Hall of India, 1998.

TERM WORK :
Total eight assignment based on above syllabus covering all units ( Assignments using
Magic tool on linux OS may be performed )

Shivaji University, Kolhapur.
Revised Syllabus w.e.f. Academic Year 2010-11
B.E. (Electronics Engineering)
Semester –VIII
ADVANCE DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSORS
( Elective-II )
Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme
Lectures :3 hours/week Theory :100 marks
Tutorial :1 hour/week Term work : 25 marks
_____________________________________________________________________

SECTION-I

UNIT I : INTRODUCTION TO DSP PROCESSORS (5 Hrs.)
Advantages of DSP Processors, Characteristics of DSP Processors, Applications of
DSP Processors, Types of Architectures: von Neumann Architecture, Harvard
Architecture, Super Harvard Architecture, VLIW Architecture.

UNIT II : ARCHITECTURE FOR PROGRAMMABLE DSP DEVICES (8 Hrs.)
Basic Architectural features, DSP computational Building Blocks, Bus Architecture and
Memory, Data Addressing Capabilities, Address Generation Unit, Programmability and
Program Execution, Speed issues Features for External interfacing.

UNIT III : EXECUTION CONTROL AND PIPELINING (5 Hrs.)
Hardware looping, Interrupts, Stacks, Relative Branch Support, Pipelining and
performance, Pipeline Depth, Interlocking, Branching effects, Interrupt effects, pipeline
Programming models.

SECTION-II

UNIT IV : PROGRAMMABLE DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSORS (9 Hrs.)
Commercial Digital signal-processing Devices, Architecture of TMS320C67XX
Processors, Data Addressing modes of TMS320C67XX Processors, Memory space of
TMS320C67XX Processors, Program Control, TMS320C67XX instructions and
Programming, On-Chip peripherals, Interrupts of TMS320C67XX processors, Pipeline
Operation of TMS320C67XX Processors.

UNIT V: ANALOG DSP PROCESSOR FAMILY (5 Hrs.)
Analog 21061 series SHARC Processor block diagram, Interrupt Hardware, Memory
quantization, Central arithmetic logic unit, system control etc.

UNIT VI : IMPLEMENTATION OF BASIC DSP ALGORITHMS (4 Hrs.)
FIR Filters, IIR Filters, interpolation Filters, Decimation filters, Adaptive Filters, 2-D
Signal Processing.

TEXT / REFERENCE BOOKS :
1. Analog Devices & Texas Instruments Users Manuel of TMS320C67XX and
ADSP 21061.
2. P. Pirsch,“Architectures for Digital Signal Processing” John Wiley
publication.
3. Kuo and Gan,Digital Signal Processors” Pearson Education
4. Phil Lapsley, “DSP Processor Fundamentals: architectures and Features”,
Wiley publication
5. DSP Applications using C and the TMS320C6x DSP

TERM WORK : (Minimum 8 tutorials)
Minimum 8 tutorials / assignments based on above syllabus covering all units.

Shivaji University, Kolhapur.
Revised Syllabus w.e.f. Academic Year 2010-11
B.E. (Electronics Engineering)
Semester –VIII
SYSTEM ON CHIP
( Elective-II )
Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme
Lectures :3 hours/week Theory :100 marks
Tutorial :1 hour/week Term work : 25 marks
_______________________________________________________________

SECTION -I

UNIT I : SYSTEM DESIGN (6 Hrs.)
Concept of system, importance of system architectures, introduction to SIMD, SISD,
MIMD and MISD architectures, concept of pipelining and parallelism.

UNIT II : INTRODUCTION TO SOC (6 Hrs.)
Typical SOC architecture, SOC design flow, Differences between Embedded systems
and SOCs, Designing microprocessor /Microcontroller based system and embedded
system. System design issues in SOCs

UNIT III : SOC PROCESSORS (6 Hrs.)
Introduction to CISC , RISC, Von Neuman and Harward Architecture,Concept of Soft
processors , Study of IBMs power PC,Spartan-III FPGA , Picoblaze processor,
Microblaze processor

SECTION –II

UNIT IV : SYSTEM BUSES (6 Hrs.)
Introduction to busses used in SOCs. Introduction to AMBA bus.
Detailed study of IBMs core connect bus, concept of PLB-processor local bus and
OPB-on chip peripheral bus.

UNIT V : SOC IMPLEMENTATION (6 Hrs.)
Study of features like embedded RAMs, multipliers, Digital clock management etc.
Introduction to tools used for SOC design, Xilinx embedded development kit.

UNIT VI : SOC DEVELOPMENT TOOLS (6 Hrs.)
Developing simple systems by interfacing simple peripherals to Spartan III .
Tools : Xilinx ISE and Xilinx EDK Latest versions SOC system design tutorialdesigning
an image processing system with interface to host using either
UART/PCI/USB bus.


REFERENCE BOOKS:
1. Wyne wolf ,”FPGA based system design” by Prentice Hall of india.
2. Giovanni De Micheli, Rolf Ernst and Wayne Wolf “Readings in
hardware/software co-design”. Morgan Kaufman publishers
3. Computers as components : principles of embedded computing system
Design” Morgan Kaufman publishers
4. Ahmed jerrya, wayne wolf ,”Multiprocessors systems-on-chips” Morgan
Kaufman Publishers
5. Core connect architecture at http://www.chips.ibm.com/products/coreconnect
6. EDK power PC tutorial at http://www.xilinx.com/EDK
7. Spartan III handbook from xilinx
8. Power PC info http://www.chips.ibm.com/productspowerPC/cores/405sde_pb.html
9. White papers form xilinx.com and http://www.chips .ibm.com
10. Arm processor details at WWW.arm.com
11. Amba bus architecture at
http://www.arm.com/products/solutions/Ambahomepage.html
http://www.princeton.edu/~wolf

TERM WORK : (Minimum 8 Tutorials)
Minimum 8 tutorials / assignment based on above syllabus covering all units


Shivaji University, Kolhapur.
Revised Syllabus w.e.f. Academic Year 2010-11
B.E. (Electronics Engineering)
Semester –VIII
MECHATRONICS
(Elective-II)
Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme
Lectures :3 hours/week Theory :100 marks
Tutorial :1 hour/week Term work : 25 marks
_____________________________________________________________________

SECTION-I

UNIT I : INTRODUCTION (6 Hrs.)
Definition, Trends, Control Systems, Microprocessor/Micro controller based
controllers, PC based controllers, proportional/Integral/Differential controllers, PID
Controllers, Digital Controllers, Adaptive Controller.

UNIT II : ELECTROMECHANICAL DRIVES (4 Hrs.)
DC Servo motors, 4-quadrant servo drives, braking methods, Bipolar drives, MOSFET
Drivers, SCR Drives, variable frequency drives.

UNIT III : PLC CONTRILLERS (8 Hrs.)
Ladder diagram, FSD structured programming, Interfacing of Sensors and Actuators to
PLC.
Programmable Motion Controllers: Interpolation: point-to-point, Linear Circular, B-S
plane, Home, Record position.

SECTION II

UNIT IV : PRECISION MECHANICAL ACTUATION (6 Hrs.)
Pneumatic Actuators, Electro-pneumatic Actuators, hydraulic Actuators,
Electrohydraulic Actuators, Types of motions, Kinematics, Inverse Kinematics, Timing
Belts, Ball Screw and Nut, Linear motion Guides, Linear Bearings, Harmonic
Transmission, motor/Drive selection.

UNIT V : MEMS (7 Hrs.)
Overview of MEMS & Microsystems, Typical MEMS & Micro system,
products and applications.
Micro sensors and micro actuators : Phototransistors, pressure sensors, thermal
sensors, micro grippers, micro motors, micro valves, Micro pumps.
Micro Manufacturing : Bulk Manufacturing, Surface Manufacturing, LIGA Process.

UNIT VI : DESIGN OF MECHATRONIC SYSTEMS (6 Hrs.)
The design process, traditional and Mechatronic designs. A few case studies like
piece counting system pick and place manipulator, simple assembly involving a
few parts, part loading. Unloading system, automatic tool and pallet changers etc.

TEXT BOOKS / REFERENCE BOOKS :
1. W.Bolton “Mechatronics “,Addison Wesley , IInd Edition
2. N.P. Mahalik,“ Mechatronics Principles, Concepts and Applications” ,
Tata Mc-Graw Hill, New Delhi.
3. Dan Necsulescu, “ Mechatronics”, Pearson Eduction.
4. Yoram Koren , “Computer Control of Manufacturing systems”,Mc-Graw Hill
,New Delhi
5. Tai Ran Hsu,“ MEMS and Microsystems Design and Manufacture” Tata Mc-
Graw Hill, New Delhi.
6. Grover, Weiss, Nagel, and Ordey, “ Industrial Robotics : Technology,
Programming and Applications”, Mc-Graw Hill publication
7. Fu, Gonzalez and Lee, “Robotics : Controls,Sensing,Vision and Intelligence”,
Mc-Graw Hill publication
8. S.R.Deb, “Robotics Technology and Flexible Automation”,Tata Mc-Graw
Hill, Publication.

TERM WORK : (Minimum 8 tutorials)
Minimum 8 tutorials/ assignments based on above syllabus covering all units

Shivaji University, Kolhapur.
Revised Syllabus w.e.f. Academic Year 2010-11
B.E. (Electronics Engineering)
Semester –VIII
PROCESS INSTRUMENTATION
( Elective-II )
Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme

Lectures :3 hours/week Theory :100 marks
Tutorial :1 hour/week Term work : 25 marks
_____________________________________________________________________

SECTION-I

UNIT I : (4 Hrs.)
Overview of process Control System loop components, Block diagram, Process
Variables & degree of freedom, dynamics & Characteristics of physical systems like
electrical, liquid, thermal, gas & Mechanical processes & their influence oncontrol
system quality.

UNIT II : (7 Hrs.)
Controller principles - Control system parameters, steady state and unsteady
state analysis control system for change in load variable & change in set point
variable practical example, mathematical characterization of the components,deviation
calculation. Response of process under controller actions (on/off,Proportional, integral
derivative & combinational mode controllers).

UNIT III : (7 Hrs.)
Digital Controllers: Elementary of digital control method, simple alarms &
multivariable alarm, interactive multivariable control digital control strategies,sampling
& signal processing, selection of sample frequency, differenceequations. Three term /
PID control controllers stability of digital control.
Case Study : Design of Digital temperature control using digital ICs design of
PC,motor control, design of light intensity control. (System specifications,
Blockdiagram, system design, Schematic diagram).

SECTION-II

UNIT IV : (6 Hrs.)
Computer control of Industrial processes Classes of control Hierarchy concepts,
Necessity and functions of computer, level of automation, economy of computer
control, functional models of computer process control system, special feature and
selection of computer for data logging & controlling, direct digital control
&supervisory computer control block schematic concepts, I/O systems, Sampling,
multiplexing & quantization of A/D & D/A converters, ADC & DAC Interfacing,
Interfacing with different types of transducers, analog/digital, electrical-electrical,DAS
& Control features.

UNIT V : (6 Hrs.)
Direct Digital Control system DDC structure computer control theory, DDC
Software classes of control, programmed I/O operations, interrupt systems, I/O
software. Selection of control criterion- Introduction to optimization techniques &
adaptive techniques, Introduction to statistical analysis, Analytical design of discrete
systems, Process control programming languages, data processing &reduction
techniques, programming techniques on-line & real time digital control systems.

UNIT VI : (6 Hrs.)
Control algorithm position algorithm, velocity algorithm, PID algorithm using
Ztransform deadbeat Kalmars & Dalwins approach, Use of standard algorithm,
standard algorithm for controller tuning, computer tuning, Selection of sampler time.
Intelligent controller : model based controller, model reference adaptive & Self tuning
adaptive controller, optimal controllers using Kalman filter, Predictive controller,
Expert system ( IKBS) and expert controller.

TEXT BOOKS/REFERENCE BOOKS :.

1. C.D. Johnson, “Process control Instrumentation”
2. B.G. Liptah,”Process control”
3. Krishant, “Computer based Industrial control”
4. Thomes E. narlin, “Process control designing processes and control system for
dynamic processes”
5. Ramakant Gaikwad , ”Analog and Digital control”
6. George Bereny, “ Intelligent Instrumentation”
7. Dawles WDT, ”control Algorithm for DDC design “
8. Bristal ,”Design & programming control algorithm for DDC “
9. Coff K.W., “A systematic approach to DDC design”
10. C.D. Johnson, ” Microprocessor based process control ”
11. Thomas W. Webes ,”An Introduction to process Dynamic & control”
TERM WORK : (Minimum 8 tutorials)
Minimum 8 tutorials based on above syllabus covering all units

Shivaji University, Kolhapur.
Revised Syllabus w.e.f. Academic Year 2010-11
B.E. (Electronics Engineering)
Semester –VIII
NEURAL NETWORK & APPLICATION
(Elective-II)
Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme

Lectures :3 hours/week Theory :100 marks
Tutorial :1 hour/week Term work : 25 marks

SECTION-I

UNIT I : BIOLOGICAL NEURON, ARTIFICIAL NEURON AND NEURON
MODELS (5 Hrs.)
Features of Biological Neural Network, Biological Neuron, Artificial Neural Network,
performance comparison of Artificial Neural Network and Biological Neural Network,
historical developments, advantages and application examples of Artificial Neural
Network.

UNIT II : ARTIFICIAL NEURON MODEL AND BASIC LEARNING LAWS
(6 Hrs.)
Artificial Neuron model and its components, synoptic interconnections, activation
functions, weights, bias, threshold, Mc culloch-pitts Neuron, feedforward network:
single layer, multi layer perceptron, linear seperability, Hebb model, feedback network,
ADLINE and MADLINE models, learning and training: supervised, unsupervised,
reinforcement. Hebbian, Perceptron, Delta, Winner-Take-All Learning rules, Electronic
Implementation of Artificial Neuron, Simple problems.

UNIT III : SUPERVISED LEARNING NETWORK (7 Hrs.)
Perceptron networks, perceptron leaning rule, training and testing algorithms for single
and multiple output classes, Adaptive Linear Neuron (ADALINE), Delta rule for single
output unit: architecture, training and testing algorithms, multiple adaptive linear
Neuron, back propagation network: architecture, training and testing algorithms, Tree
Neural Network, problems on implementation of NOT, AND, OR functions.

SECTION-II

UNIT IV : ASSOCIATIVE MEMORY NETWORKS (6 Hrs.)
Content Addressable memory (CAM), training algorithm for pattern association: Hebb
rule, outer products rule, Auto-associative Memory Network: architecture, training and
testing algorithms, Hetero-associative Memory Network, Bidirectional Associative
Memory (BAM), Hopfield Network: architecture, training and testing algorithms,
Continuous Hopfield Network, hardware model.

UNIT V : UNSUPERVISED LEARNING NETWORKS (6 Hrs.)
Fixed weight competitive network: Maxnet, Mexican Hat net, Hamming network,
Kohonen self-organizing feature mapping network, architecture, training algorithm,
Kohonen self-organizing motor map, Adaptive Resonance Theory (ART) Network,
ART, ART-1, ART-2: Fundamental architecture, operating principles and training
algorithm.

UNIT VI : NEURAL NETWORK APPLICATION (6 Hrs.)
Simple tasks from following domains and their neural network based solution-Pattern
Classification: Symbol and Character Recognition
Associative Memory: Image Pattern Recall and Information Retrieval
Process Control and optimization: Temperature and Motor Speed Control
Image Processing: Texture Classification and Image Segmentation

TEXT / REFERENCE BOOKS :
1. J. M. Zurada Introduction to Artificial Neural systems”, Jaico Publishing
House, Delhi, VI Edition, 2003.
2. B. Yegnanarayana Artificial Neural Networks, PHI, New Delhi, VI Edition,
2001
3. S. N. Sivanandam, S. N. Deepa, Principles of Soft Computing,Wiley, India
(P) Ltd. New Delhi, (Ist Indian Edition, 2008)
4. Simon Haykn Neural Networks: A comprehensive Foundation, Pearson
Education, New Delhi 2009.
5. S. Rajsekaran, G. A. Vijayalaxmi Pai Neural Networks, Fuzzy Logic and
Genetic Algorithms: Synthesis and applications, PHI, New Delhi
6. Satish Kumar Neural Networks: A class room Approach, Tata Mc- Graw
Hill, New Delhi 2008
7. B. Kosko Neural Networks and Fuzzy Systems: A Dynamical System
Approach to Machine Intelligence, PHI, New Delhi 2001.
8. S. V. Kartalopoulos Understanding Neural Networks and Fuzzy Logic:
Basic Concepts and Applications, PHI, New Delhi 2000.
9. A. Carling Introducing Neural Networks, Galgotia Publications, (2001),
New Delhi

TERM WORK : (Minimum 8 tutorials)
Minimum 8 tutorials/ assignments based on above syllabus covering all units.

Shivaji University, Kolhapur.
Revised Syllabus w.e.f. Academic Year 2010-11
B.E. (Electronics Engineering)
Semester –VIII
PROJECT-II
Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme

Practical : 8 Hours/week Term work : 100 marks
POE : 100 marks
_____________________________________________________________________
The Project group in semester-I will continue. the project work in Semester- II and
complete project in all respect (assembly, testing, fabrication, tabulation, test result etc.)
The project work along with project report should be submitted as part of term work in
Semester- II on or before the last day of the semester -II.
The Term work marks of the project-II will be based on mid-term evaluation by team
of faculties along with the concerned Guide.

EQUIVALENCE FOR B.E.(Electronics Engg.)
Sr.No B.E. Part-I (Pre- Revised) B.E. Part-I (Revised)
1 Embedded Systems Embedded system Design
2 Digital Communication Information Theory and coding
3 Digital Signal Processing Digital Signal Processing ( Revised
syllabus at T.E. Part-II)
4 Power Electronics Power Electronics and Drives

Elective –I
5 Advanced Control Engineering Advanced Control Engineering
6 Bio-medical Instrumentation Bio-medical Instrumentation
7. Real Time Systems Real Time Systems
8. Fuzzy Logic Fuzzy Logic and Application
9. Remote Sensing and GIS Remote Sensing & GIS of B.E. (E&TC)

Part-I Sem.-VIIRevised Syllabus of
( B.E. Electronics Engineering Sem –VII & VIII )
To be introduced from the academic year 2010-11
(i.e. from June 2010 ) Onwards
(Subject to the modifications will be made from time to time)


*LIST OF ELECTIVE SUBJECTS:
[Note :- Examination scheme and term work marks strictly as per above structure]

Sr.No. Elective-I ( GROUP-I ) Sr.No. Elective-II ( GROUP-II )
1 Fiber Optic Communication
1 Broad-band Communication
2 Satellite Communication 2 Wireless Communication Network
3 Biomedical Instrumentation
3 Biomedical Control & Instrumentation
4 Low Power VLSI Design 4
5 High Speed Digital Design 5
CMOS VLSI Design
6 Digital Image Processing 6 Advanced Digital Signal Processors
7 Real Time Systems
7 System On Chip
8 Robotics 8 Mechatronics
9 Advance Control Engineering 9 Process Instrumentation
10 Fuzzy Logic & Applications 10 Neural Network & Applications

A) Term Work Assessment Scheme
The term work of concerned subjects shall be assessed on the basis of Tutorials (if
applicable), assignments, class tests and practical performance of the student.

B) Guidelines for Nature of Question Paper for B.E. (Electronics) Part-I & II.
1. There shall be total six questions in each paper, all being compulsory with internal
options.
2. Each question paper shall consists of two sections (Section I & Section II).
3. Duration of each paper shall be of Three Hours Carrying of Maximum 100 Marks.

*NOTE: The students are allowed to choose their Electives in Horizontal pair only from
the above mentioned Group-I and Group-II.
[Note :- Examination scheme and term work marks strictly as per above structure]

Shivaji University, Kolhapur.
Revised Syllabus w.e.f. Academic Year 2010-11
B.E. (Electronics Engineering)
Semester –VII
EMBEDDED SYSTEM DESIGN
Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme

Lectures : 4 Hours/week Theory :100 marks
Practical : 2 Hours/week Term work : 25 marks
POE : 50 marks
_______________________________________________________________
SECTION-I
UNIT I : (7 Hrs.)
ARM7TDMI architecture: Programmers model: Memory organization, operating
modes, Registers, status register, pipeline, architecture revisions, core extensions,
ARM processor families
UNIT II : (6 Hrs.)
ARM instruction set: Data processing instruction, Branch, Load, store, software
interrupt instruction, program status register instruction, loading constants, conditional
execution.
Thumb instruction set: Thumb register usage, ARM Thumb Interworking, branch
instructions, Data processing, single register load-store, multiple register load-stores,
stack instructions, software interrupt instruction.
UNIT III : (5 Hrs.)
Exception and interrupt handling: Exception handling, Interrupts, Interrupt handling
schemes.

SECTION-II

UNIT IV : (8 Hrs.)
ARM7TDMI-S microcontroller LPC 21XX: Memory map, system control block,
Memory acceleration module, Vectored interrupt controller, UART, I2C, SPI, Timers,
PWM, Real time clock, Watchdog
UNIT V : (5 Hrs.)
Embedded C programming 8 bit: Key words, memory models, memory types, data
types, bit types, pointers, functions, interrupt functions, reentrant functions.

UNIT VI : (5 Hrs.)
Embedded C programming 32bit: Basic C data types, C looping instructions, Register
allocation, Function calls, Pointer aliasing, structure arrangements, Bit-fields, unaligned
data and endianness, division, floating point, inline functions and assembly, portability
issues

TEXT BOOK :
1. Sloss, Symes, Wright ,ARM system developers guide Morgan
Kaufman (Elsevier) publication.

REFERENCE BOOKS :
1. Willam Hohel ,ARM assembly language: fundamentals and Technique
2. ARM Architecture Reference Manual By: ARM
3. ARM7TDMI Technical Reference Manual Revision: r4p1 By: ARM
4. LPC2106/2105/2104 USER MANUAL By Philips/ NXP semiconductor
5. C51 compiler user guide By: Keil software

TERM WORK : LIST OF PRACTICALS ( Minimum 8 Experiments)
Minimum Eight experiments on 8 bit and 16/32 bit microcontroller (LPC21xx) using
embedded C.
The experiments should demonstrate usage of on chip resources like timers, counters,
ADCs, serial communication and off chip resources like LCD, serial EEPROM, RAM,
DAC etc.
Shivaji University, Kolhapur.
Revised Syllabus w.e.f. Academic Year 2010-11
B.E. (Electronics Engineering)
Semester –VII
POWER ELECTRONICS & DRIVES
Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme
Lectures : 4 hours/week Theory :100 marks
Practical : 2 hour/week Term work : 25 marks
_______________________________________________________________

SECTION- I

UNIT I : 3-PHASE CONVERTERS. (10 Hrs.)
Concepts of 3-phase, half wave controlled rectifier with R, RL load, bridge converters:
half controlled and full controlled rectifier with R, RL load, effect of source inductance
on performance of 3-phase converters, mathematical analysis and numerical are
expected.

UNIT II : DIGITAL FIRING SCHEMES. (6 Hrs.)
Micro-processor and micro-controller based firing scheme for 1-phase and
3-phase converters, need of isolation, types of isolation , Cosine based firing circuit.

UNIT III : CYCLOCONVERTERS. ( 8 Hrs.)
Introduction to cyclo-converters, 1-phase to 1-phase, 3-phase to 1-phase, 3-phase to 3-
phase: bridge configuration and circulating and non-circulating mode of operation.
Harmonic reduction techniques.

SECTION II

UNIT IV : INVERTERS. ( 10 Hrs. )
Concept of inverter, types of inverters.
Thyristorised inverters: series inverter, parallel inverter, mac-murray half bridge
inverter, mac-murray bed ford half bridge inverter, source current representation using
fourier series for contineous load current.
IGBT based inverters: 1-phase half and full bridge inverter. 3-phase bridge inverter
(120 and 180 mode of conduction)
Voltage control of 1-phase and 3-phase inverter, harmonic reduction techniques.

UNIT V : D C MOTOR DRIVES. ( 7 Hrs.)
Single phase fully controlled and half controlled rectifier control of separately excited
dc motor, Three phase fully controlled and half controlled rectifier control of


separately excited dc motor, multiquadrant operation of separately excited dc motor,
chopper controlled dc drives, close loop control of dc drives
Armature control method of speed control, Numerical are expected

UNIT VI : AC MOTOR DRIVES. (7 Hrs. )
Speed control of single phase induction motors .three phase induction motor control:
Stator voltage control, variable voltage frequency control from voltage sources, voltage
source inverter control, closed loop control, rotor resistance control, slip power
recovery,. Close loop control of Induction motor: vector control direct & indirect.

TEXT / REFERENCE BOOKS:
1. P.C.Sen ,Power Electronics TMH Publication
2. V.R.Moorthi,Power Electronics Oxford University press.
3. M.H.Rashid, Power Electronics PHI, Publication
4. Randall Shaffer, Fundamentals of Power electronics with Matlab,.
5. M.D.Singh & K.B. khanchandani, Power Electronics, TMH Publication
6. J.P.Agrawal, Power Electronic Systems Theory & Design,

TERM WORK: LIST OF PRACTICALS ( Minimum 8 Experiments)
A] Pspice/Matlab Based Experiments:
1. Simulating inverter in Matlab.
2. Harmonic analysis of output of PWM Inverter ( hormonic analysis by changing
pulse width, harmonic analysis by Multiple commutation in each half cycle)
3. Simulation model of 3 phase to single phase cyclo-converter using Matlab.
B] Experiments Based On Practical Set Up:
1. Study of 3 phase converter.
2. Study of Cyclo-converter.
3. Study of inverter.
4. Study of PWM inverter using IGBT.
5. Dc motor control using bridge converter.
6. 1 phase speed control of ac motor using IGBT bridge inverter.
7. Study of 500 VA UPS system. ( study of driving waveforms ,study of
protections: over voltage ,over load, short circuit)
8. Microcontroller based firing circuits for 1 phase converters.
9. Speed control of 3 phase ac motor using IGBT bridge inverter.
Note: pspice/matlab based experiments are compulsory and any five from
experiments based on practical set up.

Shivaji University, Kolhapur.
Revised Syllabus w.e.f. Academic Year 2010-11
B.E. (Electronics Engineering)
Semester –VII
VIDEO ENGINEERING
Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme

Lectures : 4 hours/week Theory :100 marks
Practical : 2 hour/week Term work : 25 marks
POE : 50 marks
________________________________________________________________

SECTION - I

UNIT I : ELEMENTS OF A TELEVISION SYSTEM ( 6 Hrs.)
Picture and sound transmission and reception, CCIR-B standards ,aspect ratio,
horizontal and vertical resolution, video bandwidth and interlaced scanning , composite
video, signal, H & V sync details, VSB transmission and channel bandwidth:
Modulation of picture and sound signals, positive and negative modulation.

UNIT II : TV CAMERAC AND PICTURE TUBES ( 8 Hrs.)
Principle of camera tubes, camcoder,. image orthicon, vidicon, plumbicon, solid-state
image scanners, elements of a picture tube, focusing and deflection, EHT ,HOT picture
tube controls , Delta gun, PIL, Trinitron , color camera & picture tubes purity &
convergence ,automatic degaussing

UNIT III : COLOUR SIGNAL TRANSMISSION AND RECEPTION ( 8 Hrs.)
Composite color signals, compatibility considerations, frequency interleaving process,
Low level IF modulated color TV transmitter block diagram & Color TV receiver ,
color mixing theory, luminance, hue and saturation, color difference signals,
chromaticity diagram , color signal transmission- bandwidth and modulation of color
difference signals, coder and decoder of NTSC , PAL D & SECAM

SECTION- II

UNIT IV : DIGITAL TELEVISION ( 6 Hrs.)
Merits of Digital technology, Digital TV signals , Digitized video parameters ,digital
transmission and reception, codec Functions ,codec MAA2100 ,Video processor,
Audio processor.

UNIT V : HIGH DEFINITION TV ( 7 Hrs.)
Component coding ,MAC signals ,MAC encoding format ,scanning frequencies D2-
MAC Packet Signal ,Duo-binary Coding ,HDTV Standards & compatibility
,colorimetric characteristics & parameters of HDTV systems

UNIT VI : ADVANCED TV SYSTEM ( 9 Hrs.)
LCD TV System : LCD Technology , LCD Matrix types & operations , LCD screen for
TV LCD color Receiver
Plasma TV System : Plasma & conduction of charge ,Plasma TV screen ,Signal
processing in Plasma TV, Plasma color Receiver
Satellite TV, DTH Receiver System ,CCTV, CATV, working of block converter,: IR
Remote control

TEXT & REFERENCE BOOKS :
1. R.R. Gulati,”Modern Television Practice – Principles, Technology and Service”,
New Age International Publication, III rd Edition.
2. R.R. Gulati,”Monochrome and Color TV”, New Age International Publication.
3. S.P. Bali,” Color Television Theory and Practice”, Tata mc-Graw Hill
Publication.
4. A.M. Dhake,”Television and Video Engineering”, IInd Edition.Tata mc-Graw Hill
Publication.
5. B. Grob and C.E. Herndon,”Basic Television and Video Systems”, McGraw
Hill Publication.

TERM WORK : LIST OF PRACTICALS :
(Minimum 12 Experiment based on following TV Sections)
1. Study of circuit diagram of color TV receiver
2. CCVS for different test patterns
3. RF tuner
4. Video IF & detector
5. Video Amplifier
6. Sync separators (V & H)
7. Sound IF
8. Horizontal section
 9. Vertical section
10. Trouble shooting of color TV
11.DTH
 12.Plasma TV
 13. LCD TV
14.CCTV
15.CATV
Shivaji University, Kolhapur.
Revised Syllabus w.e.f. Academic Year 2010-11
B.E. (Electronics Engineering)
Semester –VII
INFORMATION THEORY AND CODING
Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme
Lectures :3 hours/week Theory :100 marks
Tutorial :1 hour/week Term work : 25 marks
_____________________________________________________________________

SECTION-I

UNIT I : INFORMATION THEORY (5Hrs.)
Introduction, Concept of amount of information, Entropy-Definition and
Properties, Marginal, Joint and Conditional entropies, relation among entropies,
information rate, Mutual Information and properties.

UNIT II : CHANNAL CAPACITY AND NOISY CODING (7 Hrs.)
Channel Capacity, Redundancy and Efficiency of channel, Discrete memory less
channel Classification of channels :Noise free channel, Symmetric channel, Binary
Symmetric Channel (BSC), Cascaded Channels and Binary Erasure Channel (BEC),
Calculation of channel capacity, Shannons fundamental theorem, Capacity of a band
limited Gaussian channel, Shannon-Hartley Theorem, Trade of between Bandwidth and
Signal to Noise ratio.
Shannon Fano Coding, Huffmans Coding, Coding Efficiency Calculations

UNIT III : LINEAR BLOCK CODES (6 Hrs.)
Introduction : Need of Error Control Coding, Classification ,Error Detection and Error
Correction Techniques, Coding Terminology, Matrix Description of Linear Block
Code, Generator and Parity Check Matrices, Hamming Codes, Encoder and Syndrome
decoder for ( n, k) block Code, other Linear Block codes Single Parity check bit code,
Hadamard Code, Extended codes, dual code.

SECTION-II

UNIT IV : CYCLIC CODES (7 Hrs.)
Algebraic structure, Properties,Generator Polynomial,Generation of Code Vector in
Nonsystematic and Systematic form,Generator and Parity check matrices, Encoding of
Cyclic Code, Syndrome decoding for Cyclic code, Hardware Representation of (n,k)
cyclic code. BCH Codes, RS codes, Golay codes, Burst error correcting codes,
Revised Syllabus of B.E.(Electronics Engg.) w.e.f. academic year 2010-11
Shivaji University, Kolhapur - 11 -

UNIT V : CONVOLUTIONAL CODES (7 Hrs.)
Introduction, Encoding of Convolutional Codes, Time Domain Approach, Transform
Domain Approach, Graphical Approach Code Tree, State diagram and Trellis
Diagram, Decoding of Codes : Maximum Likelihood Decoding-Viterbi Algorithm,
Sequential Decoding . Turbo Codes.

UNIT VI : CODING FOR SECURE COMMUNICATION (4 Hrs.)
Introduction to Cryptography, Encryption Techniques ,Operations used by Encryption
Algorithms, Symmetric (Secret key) Cryptography, Data Encryption Standard (DES),
International data Encryption Algorithms(IDEA),RC Ciphers, asymmetric algorithms,
RSA Algorithms, One way hashing.

TEXT BOOKS:
1. Simon Haykin, “Communication Systems “, John Wiley & Sons, Inc, IVth Edition,
2. R.P Singh & S.D. Sapre ,” Communication Systems Analog & Digital “,Mc-Graw
Hill, 2nd Edition,2001.
3. Ranjan Bose Information Theory Coding & Cryptography ”, Tata McGraw-
Hill Publishing Company Ltd.

REFERENCE BOOKS:
1.Richard B. Wells Applied Coding & Information Theory for Engineers” Pearson
Education,2009
2. John G.Proakias ,” Digital Communication “Mcgraw Hill,Singapore, IVth
Edition,2001.
3. Sam Shanmugam “ Digital and Analog Communication Systems “ John
Wiley Publication , 2005.
4. B.P.Lathi “ Modern Analog and Digital Communication” Oxford reprint, 3rd
Edition, 2004
5. H. Taub and D. Schilling “Principles of Communication Systems” Tata McGraw-
Hill Publishing Company Ltd , 2003
6. Martin Roden “ Analog & Digital Communication Systems” Prentice Hall
India,IIIrd Edition.

TERM WORK : (Minimum 8 tutorials)
Minimum 8 tutorials / assignments based on above syllabus covering all units.
Shivaji University, Kolhapur.
Revised Syllabus w.e.f. Academic Year 2010-11
B.E. (Electronics Engineering)
Semester –VII
FIBER OPTICAL COMMUNICATION
(Elective – I)
Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme

Lectures :3 hours/week Theory :100 marks
Tutorial :1 hour/week Term work : 25 marks
_______________________________________________________________

SECTION -I

UNIT I : OVERVIEW OF OPTICAL FIBER COMMUNICATION (4 Hrs.)
Motivations for light wave communication, optical spectrum bands, fundamental data
communication concept, network information rates, key elements of optical fiber
communication system.
UNIT II : STRUCTURES AND WAVEGUIDING (8 Hrs.)
Nature of light, basic optical laws and definition, optical fiber modes and
configurations, Mode theory for circular waveguides, Single mode fibers, Graded index
fiber, Fiber Material, Fiber fabrication, Fiber optical cables.

UNIT III : ATTENAUTION AND DISPERSION ( 6 Hrs.)
Attenuation, Signal Distortion in Fibers, Characteristics of Single Mode fiber,
Dispersion in Single Mode Fibers, Fiber Losses, Non linear Optical Effects.

SECTION - II

UNIT IV : OPTICAL TRANSMITTER (5 Hrs.)
Basic Concepts, Light Emitting Diodes, Semiconductor Laser, Laser Diodes, Line
Coding, Laser Characteristics.

UNIT V : OPTICAL RECEIVER ( 6 Hrs.)
Detector responsivity, Rise time and Bandwidth, P-N Photo Diode, P-I-N Photo Diode,
Avalanche Photo Diode, Receiver Noise, Receiver Sensitivity.

UNIT VI : WDM CONCEPTS AND COMPONENTS ( 7 Hrs.)
WDM Concept, WDM Light wave Systems, WDM Components, System Performance
Issues, Time Division Multiplexing, Sub Carrier Multiplexing, Code Division
Multiplexing.

TEXT / REFERENCE BOOKS:
1. Gerd Keiser,” Optical Fiber Communications “ TMH Publication,IVth Edition
2. Govind P. Agrawal ,”Fiber – Optic Communication Systems “ Wiley
Publication IIIrd Edition
3. John M. Senior,” Optical Fiber Communications Principles and Practices”
PHI Publication, II nd Edition

TERM WORK : (Minimum 8 tutorials)
Minimum 8 tutorials/ assignments based on above syllabus covering all units.
Shivaji University, Kolhapur.
Revised Syllabus w.e.f. Academic Year 2010-11
B.E. (Electronics Engineering)
Semester –VII
SATELLITE COMMUNICATION
( Elective-I )
Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme
Lectures :3 hours/week Theory :100 marks
Tutorial :1 hour/week Term work : 25 marks
______________________________________________________________________

SECTION-I

UNIT I : INTRODUCTION ( 4 Hrs.)
Origin of Satellite Communications, Historical Back-ground, Basic Concepts of
Satellite Communications, Frequency allocations for Satellite Services, Applications,
Future Trends of Satellite Communications.

UNIT II : ORBITAL MECHANICS AND LAUNCHERS ( 5 Hrs.)
Orbital Mechanics, Look Angle determination, Orbital perturbations, Orbit
determination, launches and launch vehicles, Orbital effects in communication systems
performance.

UNIT III: SATELLITE SYSTEMS ( 6 Hrs.)
Attitude and orbit control system, telemetry, tracking, Command and
monitoring, power systems, communication subsystems, Satellite antenna Equipment
reliability and Space qualification.

UNIT IV: SATELLITE LINK DESIGN ( 5 Hrs.)
Basic transmission theory, system noise temperature and G/T ratio, Design of down
links, up link design, Design of satellite links for specified C/N, System design
example.

SECTION-II

UNIT V : MULTIPLE ACCESS (6 Hrs.)
Frequency division multiple access (FDMA) Intermodulation, Calculation of
C/N. Time division Multiple Access (TDMA) Frame structure, Examples. Satellite
Switched TDMA Onboard processing, DAMA, Code Division Multiple access
(CDMA),Spread spectrum transmission and reception

.UNIT VI : EARTH STATION TECHNOLOGY ( 4 Hrs.)
Introduction, Transmitters, Receivers, Antennas, Tracking systems,
Terrestrial interface, Primary power test methods.

UNIT VII : LOW EARTH ORBITAND GEO-STATIONARY SATELLITE
SYSTEMS ( 5 Hrs.)
Orbit consideration, coverage and frequency considerations, Delay & Throughput
considerations, System considerations, Operational NGSO constellation Designs

UNIT VIII : SATELLITE NAVIAGATION AND THE GLOBLE POSITIONING
SYSTEM ( 5 Hrs.)
Radio and Satellite Navigation, GPS Position Location principles, GPS Receivers and
codes, Satellite signal acquisition, GPS Navigation Message, GPS signal levels, GPS
receiver operation, GPS C/A code accuracy, Differential GPS.

TEXT BOOKS :
1. Timothy Pratt, Charles Bostian and Jeremy Allnutt, “ SatelliteCommunications”,
Wiley publications, IInd Edition, 2003.
2. Wilbur L. Pritchard, Robert A Nelson and Henri G.Suyderhoud,” Satellite
Communications Engineering”, Pearson Publications, IInd Edition, 2003.

REFERENCES BOOKS :
1. M. Richharia,”Satellite Communications : Design Principles”, BS Publications,
IInd Edition, 2003.
2. D.C Agarwal,” Satellite Communication”, Khanna Publications, Vth Edition.
3. K.N. Raja Rao,” Fundamentals of Satellite Communications”, PHI, 2004
4. Dennis Roddy, “Satellite Communications”, McGraw Hill, IInd Edition, 1996

TERM WORK : (Minimum 8 tutorials)
Minimum 8 tutorials / assignments based on above syllabus covering all units

Shivaji University, Kolhapur.
Revised Syllabus w.e.f. Academic Year 2010-11
B.E. (Electronics Engineering)
Semester –VII
BIOMEDICAL INSTRUMENTATION
(Elective- I)
Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme

Lectures :3 hours/week Theory :100 marks
Tutorial :1 hour/week Term work : 25 marks
_____________________________________________________________________

UNIT I : ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY (5 Hrs.)
Elementary ideas of cell structure, heart and circulatory system, control nervous
system, Musclo-skeletal system, Respiratory system Body temperature and
reproduction system.
UNIT II : CLASSIFICATION OF BIOMEDICAL EQUIPMENT (3 Hrs.)
Diagnostic, therapeutic and clinical laboratory equipment

UNIT III : BIOELECTRIC SIGNALS AND THEIR RECORDING (7 Hrs.)
Bioelectric signals (ECG, EMG, ECG, EOG & ERG) and their characteristics,
Bioelectrodes,electrodes tissue interface, contact impedance, effects of high contact
impedance, types of electrodes, electrodes for ECG, EEG and EMG.

UNIT IV : TRANSDUCERS FOR BIOMEDICAL APPLICATION ( 9 Hrs.)
Resistive transducers - Muscle force and Stress (Strain guge), spirometry (Potentiont)
, humidity, (Gamstrers), Respiration (Thermistor)
Inductive Transducers - Flow measurements, muscle movement (LVDT)
Capacitive Transducers - Heart sound measurement, Pulse pick up
Photoelectric Transducers - Pulse transducers, Blood pressure, oxygen Analyses
Piezoelectric Transducers - Pulse pickup, ultrasonic blood flowmeter
Chemcial Transducer - Ag-Agfallas (Electrodes, PH electrode

SECTION-II

UNIT V : BIO-ELECTRIC SIGNAL RECORDING MACHINES (8 Hrs.)
Physiological pre-amplifier and specialized amplifiers, ECG lead systems details of
ECG, EMG, and EEG machines

UNIT VI : PATIENT MONTORING SYSTEM (6 Hrs.)
Heart rate measurement pulse rate measurement, respiration, rate measurement,
blood pressure measurement, microprocessor applications in patient monitoring

UNIT VII : X- RAY MACHINE (6 Hrs.)
Basic X-Ray components and circuits, types of X-ray machines e.g. general purpose,
dental image intensifier system, table shooting and maintenance of X- Ray machine

UNIT VIII : SAFETY ASPECTS OF MEDICAL (4 Hrs.)
Gross current, Micro Current shock, safety standards rays and considerations, safety
testing instruments, biological effects of X-rays and precautions

TEXT/ REFERENCE BOOKS :
1. John. G. Webster,” Medical Instrumentation” John Wiley publication.
2. Goddes & Baker,” Principles of Applied Biomedical Instrumentation” John
Wiley publication.
3. Carr & Brown,Biomedical Instrumentation & Measurement” Pearson Education
4. Cromwell, Biomedical Instrument” Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi
5. R.S. Khandpur, Hand book of Medical instruments TMH, New Delhi
6. Sanjay Guha ,”Medical Electronics and Instrumentation” University press
Publication
7. Edwand J. Bukstein,Introduction to Biomedical electronics”sane and Co. Inc.
USA

TERM WORK : (Minimum 8 tutorials)
Minimum 8 tutorials / assignments based on above syllabus covering all units.
Shivaji University, Kolhapur.
Revised Syllabus w.e.f. Academic Year 2010-11
B.E. (Electronics Engineering)
Semester –VII
LOW POWER VLSI DESIGN
(Elective-I)
Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme

Lectures :3 hours/week Theory :100 marks
Tutorial :1 hour/week Term work : 25 marks
_____________________________________________________________________

SECTION-I

UNIT I : (8 Hrs.)
LOW POWER DESIGN, AN OVER VIEW: Introduction to low- voltage low power
design, limitations
MOS/BiCMOS PROCESSES: Bi-CMOS processes, Integration and Isolation
considerations, Integrated Analog/Digital CMOS Process.

UNIT II : (8 Hrs.)
LOW-VOLTAGE/LOW POWER CMOS/ BICMOS PROCESSES: Deep submicron
processes, SOI CMOS, lateral BJT on SOI, future trends and directions of CMOS/Bi-
CMOS processes.

UNIT III : (4 Hrs.)
CMOS AND Bi-CMOS LOGIC GATES: Conventional CMOS and Bi-CMOS logic
gates, Performance Evaluation.

SECTION – II

UNIT IV : (8 Hrs.)
LOW POWER LATCHES AND FLIP FLOPS: Evolution of Latches and Flip flopsquality
measures for latches and Flip flops, Design perspective.

UNIT V : (8 Hrs.)
SPECIAL TECHNIQUES: Power Reduction in Clock Networks, CMOS Floating
Node, Low Power Bus, Delay Balancing, Low Power Techniques for SRAM.

UNIT VI : (4Hrs.)
Case study of PLL, Σ Δ A/D and D/A Converter design for low power applications

TEXT BOOKS:
1.Yeo Rofail/ Gohl(3 Authors), “CMOS/BiCMOS ULSI low voltage, low power”,
Pearson Education Asia Ist Indian reprint,2002.
2.Gary K. Yeap,”Practical Low Power Digital VLSI Design”, KAP, 2002.

REFERENCE BOOKS :
1. Douglas A.Pucknell & Kamran Eshraghian, “Basic VLSI Design”, IIIrd edition
PHI Publication.
2. J.Rabaey, “Digital Integrated circuits”, PHI. Publication
3. Sung-mo Kang and yusuf leblebici, “CMOS Digital ICs”, IIIrd edition TMH 2003 .

TERM WORK : (Minimum 8 Tutorials)
Minimum 8 tutorials / assignments based on above syllabus covering all units.

Shivaji University, Kolhapur.
Revised Syllabus w.e.f. Academic Year 2010-11
B.E. (Electronics Engineering)
Semester –VII
HIGH SPEED DIGITAL DESIGN
( Elective-I)
Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme

Lectures :3 hours/week Theory :100 marks
Tutorial :1 hour/week Term work : 25 marks
_____________________________________________________________________

SECTION-I

UNIT I : (8 Hrs.)
Introduction to high-speed digital design - frequency, time and distance - capacitance
and inductance effects - high speed properties of logic gates - speed and power
measurement techniques - rise time and bandwidth of oscilloscope probes - self
inductance, signal pickup and loading effects of probes - observing crosstalk

UNIT II : (7 Hrs.)
Transmission line effects - transmission lines - point to point wiring - infinite
uniform transmission lines - effects of source and load impedance - special
transmission line cases - line impedance and propagation delay - ground planes and
layer stacking.
UNIT III : (3 Hrs.)
crosstalk crosstalk in solid ground planes, slotted ground planes and cross-hatched
ground planes - near and far end crosstalk

SECTION-II

UNIT IV: (8 Hrs.)
Terminations and vias - terminations - end, source and middle terminations - AC
biasing for end terminations - resistor selection - crosstalk in terminators - properties of
vias mechanical properties of vias - capacitance of vias - inductance of vias - return
current and its relation to vias

UNIT V : (7 Hrs.)
Stable reference voltage and clock distribution - stable voltage reference - distribution
of uniform voltage - choosing a bypass capacitor

UNIT VI : (3 Hrs.)
Clock distribution - clock skew and methods to reduce skew - controlling crosstalk on
clock lines - delay adjustments - clock oscillators and clock jitter

TEXT / REFERENCE BOOKS:
1. Howard Johnson & Martin Graham, “High Speed Digital Design: A Handbook of
Black Magic”, Prentice Hall of India.
2. Dally W.S. & Poulton J.W., “Digital Systems Engineering”, Cambridge University
Press
3. Masakazu Shoji, “High Speed Digital Circuits”, Addison Wesley Publishing
Company

TERM WORK : (Minimum 8 tutorials)
Minimum 8 tutorials / assignments based on above syllabus covering all units

Shivaji University, Kolhapur.
Revised Syllabus w.e.f. Academic Year 2010-11
B.E. (Electronics Engineering)
Semester –VII
DIGITAL IMAGE PROCESSING
(Elective-I)
Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme
Lectures :3 hours/week Theory :100 marks
Tutorial :1 hour/week Term work : 25 marks
_____________________________________________________________________

SECTION-I

UNIT I : DIGITAL IMAGE FUNDAMENTALS (7 Hrs.)
Elements Of Visual Perception, fundamentals steps in DIP, A simple image formation
model, Basic concept of sampling and quantization, Representation of binary, Gray
level , colour image, Metric & topological properties of digital image , colour model.

UNIT II : IMAGE ENHANCEMENT IN SPATIAL DOMAIN (5 Hrs.)
Gray level transformation function: image negation ,Log transformation , power law
transformation ,Piecewise linear transformation functions, Histogram equalization,
Enhancement using arithmetic / Logic operation.

UNIT III : IMAGE FILTERING (6 Hrs.)
Basics of spatial filtering, smoothening linear filter, Sharpening spatial filter :
Gradient and laplacian filter, Filtering in frequency domain: basic properties, filtering
in frequency domain .

SECTION-II

UNIT IV : MORPHOLOGICAL IMAGE PROCESSING (6 Hrs)
Dilation & erosion, opening and closing operation , Hit- or miss transformation.
Basic morphological algorithms: Boundary extraction, region filling, thinning and
thickening, skeletons.

UNIT V : IMAGE SEGMENTATION (6 Hrs.)
Detection of discontinuities: Point detection, line detection, edge detection, Sobel,
Prewitt, Laplacian mask for edge detection, Thresholding , Role of illumination,
global and adaptive thresholding , Region based segmentation : region growing, region
splitting and merging.

UNIT VI : IMAGE COMPRESSION (6 Hrs.)
Fundamentals, Coding redundancy , interpixel redundancy, fidelity criteria , image
compression model, lossless predictive coding, Lossy predictive coding , DCT
compression.

TEXT BOOKS :
1. Rafael C Gonzalez , Richard E. Woods,Digital image processing “,Pearson
Publication.
2. Milan sonka , Vaclav Hlavac ,”Processing analysis and Machine vision”
Thomson Publication

REFERENCE BOOKS:
1. S. Jayraman, S Esakkiarajan , Veerakumar,” Digital image processing”,
MC-GRAW Hill, publication.
2. B. Chanda , D. Datta, majnudar ,”Digital image processing and Analysis,
Prentice Hall of India.
3. Rafael C Gonzalez ,”Digital image processing using Matlab.
4. S.Annadurai, R. Shanmugalaxmi ,”Fundamentals of Digital Image
Processing” Pearson Publication.

TERM WORK :
Tutorial based on MATLAB programs:
1. Reading & displaying of image (various image file format)
2. Simple gray level transformation.
3. Histogram processing.
4. Image smoothening operation.
5. Edge detection.
6. Morphological operation.
7. Segmentation using thresholding.
8. Image compression using DCT.

Shivaji University, Kolhapur.
Revised Syllabus w.e.f. Academic Year 2010-11
B.E. (Electronics Engineering)
Semester –VII
REAL TIME SYSTEMS
(Elective-I)
Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme
Lectures :3 hours/week Theory :100 marks
Tutorial :1 hour/week Term work : 25 marks
_____________________________________________________________________

SECTION I

UNIT I : INTRODUCTION (4 Hrs.)
Issues in Real Time Computing, Structure of a Real Time System, Task
Classes, Performance Measures for Real Time Systems, Estimating Program Run
Times.

UNIT II : TASK AND SCHEDULING (8 Hrs.)
Task Assignment and Scheduling Classical uniprocessor scheduling algorithms,
Uniprocessor scheduling of IRIS tasks, Task assignment, Mode changes, and Fault
Tolerant Scheduling.

UNIT III : PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES AND TOOLS (6 Hrs.)
Programming Languages and Tools Desired language characteristics, Data typing,
Control structures, Facilitating Hierarchical Decomposition, Packages, Run time
(Exception) Error handling, Overloading and Generics, Multitasking, Low level
programming, Task Scheduling, Timing Specifications, Programming Environments,
Run time support.

SECTION II

UNIT IV : REAL TIME DATABASES (4 Hrs.)
Basic Definition, Real time Vs General Purpose Databases, Main Memory Databases,
Transaction priorities, Transaction Aborts, Concurrency control issues, Disk
Scheduling Algorithms, Two phase Approach to improve Predictability, Maintaining
Serialization Consistency, Databases for Hard Real Time Systems.

UNIT V : COMMUNICATION (8 Hrs.)
Real Time Communication Communications media, Network Topologies Protocols,
Fault Tolerant Routing. Fault Tolerance Techniques Fault Types, Fault Detection.
Fault Error containment Redundancy, Data Diversity, Reversal Checks, Integrated
Failure
handling.

UNIT VI : EVALUATION TECHNIQUES (6 Hrs.)
Reliability Evaluation Techniques Obtaining parameter values, Reliability models for
Hardware Redundancy, Software error models. Clock Synchronization Clock, A
Nonfault Tolerant Synchronization Algorithm, Impact of faults, Fault Tolerant
Synchronization in Hardware, Fault Tolerant Synchronization in software.

TEXT BOOK:
1. Krishna. C. M., Kang. G, Shin, “Real Time Systems”, McGraw Hill, 2003.

REFERENCE BOOKS:
1. Herma. K, “Real Time Systems – Design for distributed Embedded
Applications”, Kluwer Academic, 2002.
2. Jane W. S. Liu , “Real-Time systems " Pearson Education

TERM WORK : (Minimum 8 tutorials)
Minimum 8 tutorials / assignments based on above syllabus covering all units

Shivaji University, Kolhapur.
Revised Syllabus w.e.f. Academic Year 2010-11
B.E. (Electronics Engineering)
Semester –VII
ROBOTICS
(Elective-I)
Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme
Lectures : 3 hours/week Theory : 100 marks
Tutorial : 1 hour/week Term work : 25 marks
_______________________________________________________________

SECTION-I

UNIT I : ROBOTIC MANIPULATION ( 6 Hrs.)
Automation and Robots; Robot Classification Drive Technologies, Work-Envelope
Geometries, Motion Control Methods, Applications; Robot Specifications No. of Axes,
Capacity and Speed, Reach and Stroke, Tool Orientation, Repeatability, Precision,
Accuracy, Operating Environment, An Example; Rhino X-3.

UNIT II : DIRECT KINEMATICS ( 6 Hrs.)
The Arm Equation Homogenous Co-ordinates Frames, Translationsand Rotations,
Composite Homogenous Transformations; Screw Transformations; Link Co-ordinates;
The Arm Equation; A Five-Axis Articulated Robot; A Four-Axis Scada Robot; A Six-
Axis Articulated Robot; Problems.

UNIT III : INVERSE KINEMATICS ( 6 Hrs.)
Solving the Arm Equation: The Inverse Kinematics Problem; General Properties of
Solutions; Tool Configuration; Inverse Kinematics of a Five-Axis Articulated Robot,
Four-Axis Scara Robot, Six-Axis Articulated Robot and Three-Axis Planer
Articulated Robot; A Robotic Work Cell; Problems.

SECTION- II

UNIT IV : WORK SPACE ANALYSIS AND TRAJECTORY PLANNING
( 4 Hrs.)
Work Space Analysis; Work Envelope of a Five-Axis Articulated Robot; Work
Envelope of a Four Axis Scrara Robot; Work Space Fixtures; The Pick and Place
Operation; Continuous Path Motion; Interpolated Motion;Straight Line Motion;
Problems.

UNIT V : DIFFERENTIAL MOTION AND STATICS ( 5 Hrs.)
The Tool Configuration Jacobian Matrix; Joint Space Singularties; Generalized
Inverses; Resolved Motion Rate Control; n > 6; Rate Control of Redundant Robots : n
> 6; Rate Control using ( 1) Inverses; The Manipulator Jacobean; Induced Joint
Torques and Forces; Problems.

UNIT VI : MANIPULATOR DYNAMICS ( 5 Hrs.)
Lagranges Equation; Kinetic & Potential Energy; Generalized Force; Lagrange Euler
Dynamic Model; Dynamic Models of a Two-Axis Planer Articulated Robot and A
Three-Axis SCARA Robot; Direct & Inverse Dynamics; Recursive Newton - Euler
Formulation; Dynamic Model of a One-Axis Robot; Problems.

UNIT VII : ROBOT CONTROL ( 4 Hrs.)
The Control Problems; State Equations; Constant Solutions; Linear Feedback
Systems; Single-Axis PID Control; PD-Gravity Control; Computed Torque
Control; Variable-structure Control; Impedance Control; Problems.

TEXT BOOKS :
1. Robert J.Schilling,Fundamental of Robotics -Analysis & Control PHI
Publication
2. John J. Craig,Introduction to Robotics -Mechanics & Control”, Addition
Wesley Publication.

REFERENCE BOOKS :
1. Wolfram Stadler,Analysical Robotics & Mechatronics” Mc-Graw Hill,Publication
2. Mikell P. Grover, Weiss,Nagel and Ordef ,Industrial Robotics - Technology,
Programming & Applications”, Mc-Graw Hill International Edition.
3. Richard D.Klafter, Thomas A. Chmielewski and Michael Negin,Robotic
Engineering An Integrated Approach PHI Publication.
4. R.K.Mittal and I.J.Nagrath,Robots and Control Tata McGraw Hill Publication.

TERM WORK : (Minimum 8 tutorials)
Minimum 8 tutorials / assignments based on above syllabus covering all units.

Shivaji University, Kolhapur.
Revised Syllabus w.e.f. Academic Year 2010-11
B.E. (Electronics Engineering)
Semester –VII
ADVANCE CONTROL ENGINEERING
( Elective-I )
Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme
Lectures :3 hours/week Theory :100 marks
Tutorial :1 hour/week Term work : 25 marks
_____________________________________________________________________

SECTION – I

UNIT I : INTRODUCTION (5 Hrs.)
Control system analysis and design by conventional methods: overview
Root locus analysis of control system, system with transport lag, Root contour plots,
Bode diagram, Polar plots, Nyquist stability criterion, Stability analysis, experimental
determination of transfer functions.

UNIT II. : SIGNAL PROCESSING IN DIGITAL CONTROL (5 Hrs.)
Why Use Digital Control, Configuration of the Basic Digital Control Scheme,
Principles of Signal Conversion, Basic Discrete Time signals, Time Domain models
for discrete time systems, Transfer function models, Stability on the Z-plane and the
Jury stability criterion, Sampling as Impulse Modulation, Sampled Spectra and
Aliasing, Filtering Practical Aspects of the choice of sampling rate, Principle of
discretization, The Routh stability criterion on their- plane.

UNIT III.:DIGITALCONTROL DEVICES AND SYSTEMS AND
ALGORITHMS (10 Hrs.)
Introduction, z-Domain description of sampled continuous time plants, z-Domain
description of systems with Dead Time, Implementation of Digital Controllers,
Digital temperature control system, Digital position control system, Stepping motors
and their control.z- plane specifications of control system design, Digital compensator
Design using frequency response plots, Digital compensator Design using root Locus
plots, z- plane Synthesis.

SECTION – II

UNIT IV: CONTROL SYSTEM ANALYSIS USING STATE VARIABLE
METHODS (8 Hrs.)
Introduction, Vectors and Matrices, State variable representation, Conversion of state
variable models, to Transfer functions, Conversion of Transfer functions to canonical
state Variable models, Eigen values and Eigenvectors, Concepts of controllability and
observability, Equivalence between transfer function and state variable representations,
multivariable systems.

UNIT V: STATE VARIABLE ANALYSIS OF DIGITAL CONTROL SYSTEMS
(5 Hrs.)
Introduction, State descriptions of Digital Processors, State Description of sampled
continuous time plants, State Description of systems with Dead- Time, Solution of
State difference equations, Controllability and observability, Multivariable systems.

Unit VI.: POLE-PLACEMENT DESIGN AND STATE OBSERVERS
(7 Hrs.)
Introduction, Stability improvement by state feedback, Necessary and sufficient
conditions of arbitrary pole-placement, State regulator design, Design of State
Observers, Compensator Design by the separation principle, Servo design: Introduction
of the reference input by feed forward control, State Feedback with Integral Control,
Digital Control systems with state feedback, Deadbeat control by state feedback and
Dead beat observers.

TEXT / REFERENCE BOOK :
1. Katsuhiko Ogata ,Modern Control Engineering. PHI Publication.
2. Frohr, OrHenburger, “ Introduction to Electronics Control Engineering. Wiley
Eastern publication
3. M. Gopal,” Digital Control Engineering”, PHI Publication.
4. M. Gopal ,”Digital Control And State Variable Methods”, Tata McGraw Hill
Publication
5. Kuo B.C.,”Digital Control system”, Wiley Eastern publication, II nd Edition
6. Ogata K ,”Discrete Time Control Systems” PHI Publication.

TERM WORK : (Minimum 8 tutorials)
Minimum 8 tutorials / assignments based on above syllabus covering all units-
Shivaji University, Kolhapur.
Revised Syllabus w.e.f. Academic Year 2010-11
B.E. (Electronics Engineering)
Semester –VII
FUZZY LOGIC & APPLICATION
( Elective – I )
Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme
Lectures :3 hours/week Theory :100 marks
Tutorial :1 hour/week Term work : 25 marks
_____________________________________________________________________

SECTION -I

UNIT I : INTRODUCTION: FUZZY SET THEORY AND FUZZY LOGIC
(4 Hrs.)
Complexity-Significance dilemma: Principle of Incompatibility, Origin of Fuzzy Set
Theory, Historical developments Fuzzy Logic, Benefits, Limitations and Myths of
Fuzzy Logic, Application potentials and application domains of Fuzzy Logic

UNIT II : FUZZY SET THEORY (8 Hrs.)
Fuzzy Set: discrete and continuous domains, Crisp Set versus Fuzzy Set, Concept of
membership function and its features, Types of Fuzzy Sets (Triangular, Trapezoidal,
Exponential), Characteristic properties of Fuzzy Set (Support, Width, Height, Peak,
Normality, Cardinality, Convexity), Methods of assigning membership grade values,
Hedges, Labels, Context dependency with Fuzzy Set, Linguistic variable and Fuzzy
Set, Fundamental operations (Union, Intersection, Complement, Containment), Laws of
excluded middle and contradiction, Algebraic operations (Cartesian product, Algebraic
sum and difference, Bounded sum and difference), Dilution (DIL) and Concentration
(CON) of Fuzzy Set, Geometric interpretation of Fuzzy Set, α-cut of Fuzzy Set and
decomposition principle, Concept of Fuzzy Number and Extension principle, Problem
solving with Fuzzy Set and Fuzzy Number.

UNIT III : FUZZY RELATION (6 Hrs.)
Concept of relation: Classical (Crisp) and Fuzzy Relations, Mathematical, Matrix form
and Graphical representation of Fuzzy Relation, Fundamental operations (Union,
Intersection, Complement, Containment), Properties of Fuzzy Relation, Fuzzy
Tolerance and Equivalence Fuzzy Relations with illustrative examples, Projection and
Cylindrical Extension operations with Fuzzy Relation, Converse and other Fuzzy
Relations, Composition of Fuzzy Relation, Problem solving with Fuzzy Relation.

UNIT IV : FUZZY REASONING AND FUZZY IMPLICATION (7Hrs.)
Fuzzy Proposition, Formation of Fuzzy Rules, Compound rules, Aggregation of Fuzzy
rules, Fuzzy (Approximate) Reasoning, Types of Fuzzy Reasoning, Mamadani and
TSK methods of Fuzzy Reasoning, Fuzzy Inference System (FIS), Types of FIS:
Mamadani and Sugeno type, Comparison, Fuzzy Implication: Generalized Modus
Ponens and Tolens, Types of Implications, Conversion of Fuzzy Rules into Fuzzy
Relation by Zadeh and Mamadani type implications, Compositional Rule of inference.

UNIT V : FUZZY LOGIC CONTROL (8Hrs.)
General structure of Fuzzy Logic Control, Steps involved in designing Fuzzy Logic
Control: Fuzzification Interface, Knowledge Elicitation, Inference Logic,
Defuzzification Interface, Types of Defuzzification Methods: Centroid Method,
Mamadani and Sugeno-Takagi Architectures of Fuzzy Logic Controller, Simplified
Design of Fuzzy Logic Control for: Furnace Temperature, Boiler Steam Pressure, DC
Motor Speed, Subway Train Operation, Safe Car Drive, Washing Machine Cycle,
Vacuum Cleaner Mechanism, Air Craft Landing.

UNIT VI: HARDWARE IMPLEMENTATION (4 Hrs.)
Introduction to Digital and Analog hardware implementation of Fuzzy Logic, Analog
Techniques: Voltage Mode, Current Mode, Mixed Mode, Fuzzy Analog Memory.

REFERENCE BOOKS:
1. G. J. Klir, B. Yuon, “Fuzzy Sets and Fuzzy Logic: Theory and applications”,
PHI, New Delhi.
2. J. Yen, R. Langari , “Fuzzy Logic”, Pearson Education, New Delhi
3. D. Driankov, H. Hellendroon, M. Reinfrank,”An Introduction to Fuzzy Logic
Control”, (1996), Narosa Publishing House, New Delhi
4. S. N. Sivanandam, S. N. Deepa,”Principles of Soft Computing”, Wiley, India
(P) Ltd., Ist Indian Edition, 2008),
5. M. N. Cirstea, A. Dinu, J. G. Khor, M. McCormick,”Neural and Fuzzy Logic
Control of Drives and Power systems”, Newnes, London
6. A. M. Ibrahim,”Introduction to Applied Fuzzy Electronics”, PHI, New Delhi
7. S. Rajsekaran, G. A. Vijayalaxmi Pai,” Neural Networks, Fuzzy Logic and
Genetic Algorithms: Synthesis and applications”, PHI, New Delhi
8. A. M. Ibrahim,”Fuzzy Logic for Embedded System and applications”,
Elsevier Science, USA

TERM WORK : (Minimum 8 tutorials)
Minimum 8 tutorials / assignments based on above syllabus covering all units.
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Shivaji University, Kolhapur.
Revised Syllabus w.e.f. Academic Year 2010-11
B.E. (Electronics Engineering)
Semester –VII
PROJECT-I
Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme
Practical : 4 hour/week Term work : 50 marks
OE : 25 marks
_____________________________________________________________________
The project work is to be carried out in two semesters of B.E. (Electronics) Part I &
Part II. The practical batch for project will be of 15 students. The batch will be
preferably divided into groups each consisting of not more than 3 students.
In semester I, group will select a project with the approval of the guide and submit the
synopsis of project in the month of August. The group is expected to complete details
system design, layout etc. in semester I, as a part of term work in the form of a joint
report.
In addition all students of project group will deliver the seminar on the proposed project
only.
If the group of student select a project under sponsored category from industry,
it is essential that they should take prior written permission & approval at the
beginning of semester-I from Head of Institution through Head of Department &
Concerned Guide .
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Shivaji University, Kolhapur.
Revised Syllabus w.e.f. Academic Year 2010-11
B.E. (Electronics Engineering)
Semester –VIII
COMPUTER NETWORK
Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme
Lectures : 4 hours/week Theory : 100 marks
Practical : 2 hours/week Term work : 25 marks
OE : 50 marks
_____________________________________________________________________

SECTION – I

UNIT I : INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER NETWORK (6 Hrs.)
Network definition & requirements Network topology, Types of networks, reference
models OSI, TCP/IP,
Physical Layer network components: Transmission media and types, Modems types,
block schematic & standards, Network Devices: Network Connectors, Hubs, Switches,
Routers, Bridges(Types of Bridges)

UNIT II : DATA LINK LAYER (7 Hrs.)
Design issues,elementary data link protocols, sliding window protocols.
HDLC types of stations, modes of operation, HDLC frame formats, additional
features Medium Access Sublayer Channel allocation problem, multiple access
Protocols, IEEE standard 802.3

UNIT III : NETWORK LAYER (7 Hrs.)
Design issues, Routing algorithms shortest path, distance
vector routing, link state routing, flow based routing, routing for mobile hosts,
Congestion control congestion prevention policies-leaky bucket algorithm,
token bucket algorithm, congestion control in virtual circuit subnet and choke packets.

SECTION-II

UNIT IV: IP ADDRESSES (8 Hrs.)
Classful addressing, other issues, subnetting and supernetting, Classless addressing,
variable length blocks- subnetting, IP protocol and its header format

UNIT IV : ( 4 Hrs.)
ARP, RARP, ICMP, IGMP

UNIT V : TCP AND UDP (8Hrs.)
UDP protocol, TCP services, TCP Segment, Flow control, Congestion control, TCP
Timers, IP/V.6.

TEXT / REFERENCE BOOKS :
1. Forouzan, , ”Data Communication and Networking” IInd edition,Tata Mc-Graw
Hill, Publication.
2. Tanenbaum, ”Computer Neworks” IV Edition, pearson Education.
3. Wayne Tomasi, ” Introduction to Data communications and Networking”
Pearson Education.
4. Forouzan, ”TCP/IP Protocol Suite” IIIrd Edition Tata Mc-Graw Hill publication.
5. Michael A. Gallo, William M. Hancock,” Computer Communications and
Networking Technologies” Cengage Learning ( India Edition)

TERM WORK : (Minimum 10 Experiments)
Minimum 10 experiments based on above syllabus covering all units.

Shivaji University, Kolhapur.
Revised Syllabus w.e.f. Academic Year 2010-11
B.E. (Electronics Engineering)
Semester –VIII
OPERATING SYSTEM
Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme
Lectures :4 hours/week Theory :100 marks
Practical :2 hour/week Term work : 25 marks
OE : 50 marks
_____________________________________________________________________

SECTION-I

UNIT I : FUNDAMENTALS OF OS AND SYSTEM SOFTWARE (4 Hrs.)
Overview of all system software Operating system- I/O Manager- Assembler-
Compiler- Linker- Loader, OS services and components, multitasking,
multiprogramming, time sharing, buffering, spooling

UNIT II : PROCESS AND THREAD MANAGEMENT (7 Hrs.)
Concept of process and threads , process states process management context switching
, interaction between processes and OS , multithreading

UNIT III : CONCURRENCY CONTROL (7 Hrs.)
Concurrency and race conditions, mutual exclusion requirements , s/w and h/w
solutions, semaphores, monitors, classical IPC problem and solutions, Dead locks -
characterization , detection ,recovery, avoidance and prevention.

SECTION-II

UNIT IV : MEMORY MANAGEMENT (6 Hrs.)
Memory partitioning , swapping, paging, segmentation, virtual memory - Concepts,
Overlays, Demand paging, Performance of demand paging , page replacement
algorithm, Allocation algorithms

UNIT V : I/O SYSTEMS (8 Hrs.)
Principles of I/O hardware - I/O devices - device controller - direct memory access
Principles of I/O software Goals - interrupt handlers - device drivers- device
independent I/O software
Secondary-storage structure - Disk structure - Disk scheduling - Disk Management -
Swap-space management - Disk reliability - Stable storage implementation File
concept File support- Access methods- Allocation methods- Directory systems- File
Protection

UNIT VI : EMBEDDED OPERATING SYSTEMS (4 Hrs.)
Characteristics of embedded operating systems, Real time operations, Reactive
operations, configurability, I/O device flexibility, protection mechanism, direct use of
interrupts.

TEXT / REFERENCE BOOKS :
1. Achyut S. Godbole,” Operating Systems” IInd Edition,Tata Mc Graw Hill .
2. William Stallings ,”Operating System: Internals & Design Principles’, Prentice
Hall of India.
3. Flynn & Metioes ,”Understanding Operating System” IVth Edition, Thomsan
publication.
4. Silberschatz & Galvin,” Operating System Concepts”,VII th Wiley 2000 .
5. Milman Milenkovic,Operating systems, concept &design”
6. P.balkrishna Prasad, Operating Systems II nd Edition,Scitech Publication
7. Flynn /McHoes, Operating Ststems Cengage Learning ( India Edition)

TERM WORK : (Minimum 8 Experiments)
Minimum 8 experiments based on above syllabus covering all units.
Revised Syllabus of B.E.(Electronics Engg.) w.e.f. academic year 2010-11
Shivaji University, Kolhapur - 37 -
Shivaji University, Kolhapur.
Revised Syllabus w.e.f. Academic Year 2010-11
B.E. (Electronics Engineering)
Semester –VIII
MICROWAVE ENGINEERING
Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme
Lectures :4 hours/week Theory :100 marks
Practical :2 hour/week Term work : 25 marks
_____________________________________________________________________

SECTION I

UNIT I : WAVE GUIDES (6 Hrs.)
Rectangular and circular wave guides: TE and TM mode wave, power transmission in
wave guide, power losses in wave guide, excitation of modes in wave guide,
Characteristics of standard wave guides.

UNIT II : MICROWAVE COMPONENTS AND TUBES (9 Hrs.)
Microwave cavities, microwave hybrid circuits, directional coupler, Circulators and
Isolators, microwave attenuators, slotted lines, parallel, coplanar & shielded micro strip
lines.
Klystrons, reflex klystrons, TWTs.
Microwave Crossed Field Tubes: Magnetrons, Forward wave crossed field amplifier
(FWCFA), M-carcinotron oscillators, high power Gyrotrons.

UNIT III : MICROWAVE SOLID STATE DEVICES (6 Hrs.)
Microwave tunnel diodes, microwave FETs, Gunn effect diodes, RWH Theory, LSA
diodes, InP diodes,CdTe diodes, IMPATT diodes, PIN diodes, Ruby laser, MESFETs
and HEMT.

SECTION II

UNIT IV : MONOLITHIC MICROWAVE INTEGRATED CIRCUITS AND
HAZARDS (6 Hrs.)
Materials: substrate, conductor dielectric & resistive MMIC growth, thin film
formation, hybrid microwave I.C. fabrication , Electromagnetic compatibility, plane
wave propagation in shielded rooms, anechoic chambers, microwave clean rooms,
microwave hazards.

UNIT V : MICROWAVE MEASUREMENTS (7 Hrs.)
Detection of microwave power: measurement of microwave power bridge circuit using
thermister & barraters. Theory & operation of barraters, direct reading barraters
bridges.
Measurement of wavelengths: single line cavity coupling system, frequency pulling by
reactive load, Transmission cavity wave meter & reaction wave meter, measurement of
VSWR, measurements of attenuation, free space attenuation.

UNIT VI : MICROWAVE ANTENNAS (8 Hrs.)
RF antenna and Microwave antennas, Horn antenna, Parabolic reflector with all types
of feeding methods, slotted antenna, Lens antenna, Microwave strip line antennas, Rod
reflector, Corner reflector Equation for antenna gain, Directivity and Beam width of all
above antenna types.

TEXT BOOK :
1. Samuel Liao ,”Microwave Devices and Circuit” Prentice Hall of India

REFERENCE BOOKS:
1. Peter A. Rizzim,”Fundamentals of Microwave Engineering” Prentice Hall of
India.
2. R.E.Collin, “Foundation for Microwave Engineering”, Mc-Graw Hill
International.
3. Sisodia and Raghuvanshi, “ Microwave Circuits and Passive Device”, New Edge
International limited Publishers.
4. Manjit Mitra, “ Microwave Engineerin”, Dhanpat Rai & Co.
5. Annapurna Das & Sisir K Das,” Microwave Engineering, Tata Mc-Graw Hill.
6. David Pozar,” Microwave engineering”, Wiley Publication
7. G.S.N. Raju , “Antennas and wave propagation ,Pearson Education
8. Skolnik,” Principles of Radar Engineering, Tata Mc-Graw Hill.
9. M.L. Sisodia,” Microwave: Introduction to Circuit Devices and Antenna”,
New Edge International limited Publishers.
10. M.L. Sisodia,” Microwave Active Devices -vacuum and solid state” New Edge
International limited Publishers.
TERM WORK : (Minimum 8 Experiments)
Minimum 8 experiments based on above syllabus covering all units.

LIST OF EXPERIMENTS:
1. Reflex Klystron Characteristics
2. GUNN Diode Characteristics
3. VSWR Measurement (Using Vmax / Vmin Method)
4. Frequency and wavelength measurement
5. Input impedance measurement
3. Study of E plane /H plane and magic Tee
4. Study of Directional coupler, coupling factor
7. Horn Antenna (Gain, Radiation Pattern and beam width)
8. Parabolic Antenna (Gain, Radiation Pattern and beam width)
9. Measurement of attenuation (Fixed and variable)

Shivaji University, Kolhapur.
Revised Syllabus w.e.f. Academic Year 2010-11
B.E. (Electronics Engineering)
Semester –VIII
BROADBAND COMMUNICATION
( Elective-II )
Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme
Lectures :3 hours/week Theory :100 marks
Tutorial :1 hour/week Term work : 25 marks
________________________________________________________________

SECTION – I

UNIT I : ISDN ( 8 Hrs.)
Switching Techniques, Principles of ISDN, Architecture, ISDN standards, I-series
Recommendations, Transmission structure, User network interface, ISDN protocol
architecture, ISDN connections, Addressing, Interworking,

UNIT II : B-ISDN ARCHITECTURE AND STANDARDS, B-ISDN
SERVICES (6 Hrs.)
Conversational, Messaging, Retrieval, Distribution, Business and Residential
requirements.

UNIT III : B-ISDN PROTOCOLS ( 6 Hrs.)
User plane, Control plane, Physical layer, Line coding, Transmission structure,
SONET- Requirement, Signal Hierarchy, System Hierarchy.

SECTION-II

UNIT IV : ATM – OVERVIEW, VIRTUAL CHANNELS ( 8 Hrs.)
Virtual paths, VP and VC switching, ATM cells, Header format, Generic flow
control, Header error control, Transmission of ATM cells, Adaptation layer, AAL
services and protocols.

UNIT V : ATM SWITCHING ( 6 Hrs.)
ATM switching building blocks, ATM cell processing in a switch, Matrix type
switch, Input, Output buffering, Central buffering, Performance aspects of buffering
switching networks.

UNIT VI : ATM TRAFFIC AND CONGESTION CONTROL ( 6 Hrs.)
Requirements for ATM Traffic and Congestion Control, Cell-Delay Variation,
ATM Service Categories, Traffic and Congestion Control Framework, Traffic
Control, Congestion Control,

TEXT BOOK :
1.William Stallings,ISDN and Broadband ISDN with Frame Relay and ATM
Prentice-Hall, IVth edition.

REFERENCE BOOKS:
1. Balaji Kumar,” Broadcast Communications”, McGraw Hill Publication.
2. W. Stallings, ”ISDN-An Introduction”, McGraw Hill Publishing company.
3. M. Schwartz, Telecommunication Network “Addison Wesley publication.
4. M. Schwartz,Computer Communication network – Design & Analysis”
Prentice Hall India Publication.

TERM WORK : (Minimum 8 tutorials)
Minimum 8 tutorials / assignments based on above syllabus covering all units.
Shivaji University, Kolhapur.
Revised Syllabus w.e.f. Academic Year 2010-11
B.E. (Electronics Engineering)
Semester –VIII

WIRELESS COMMUNICATION NETWORK
( Elective-II )
Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme
Lectures :3 hours/week Theory :100 marks
Tutorial :1 hour/week Term work : 25 marks
________________________________________________________________

SECTION-I

UNIT I : INTRODUCTION OF WIRELESS COMMUNICATION.
( 6 Hrs.)
Challenges in wireless networking ,Wireless communications standards
Overview, evolution of cellular system, Cellular system architecture &
operation, Performance criteria.Multiple access schemes for wireless
communication -TDMA, FDMA, CDMA, SDMA

UNIT II : WIRELESS NETWORK PLANNING AND OPERATION
( 7 Hrs.)
frequencies management, channel assignments, frequency reuse, System
capacity& its improvement, Handoffs & its types, roaming, co channel &
adjacent channel interference .

UNIT III : DIGITAL CELLULAR NETWORKS ( 5 Hrs.)
GSM architecture& interfaces, signal processing in GSM, frame structure of
GSM, Channels used in GSM.

SECTION – II

UNIT IV : WIRELESS LAN TECHNOLOGY ( 5 Hrs.)
Overview, WLAN technologies, infrared LANs, Spread Spectrum LANs
Narrowband Microwave LANs
IEEE 802.11- Architecture, protocols, MAC layer .MAC frame, MAC
management,

UNIT V : BLUETOOTH ( 4 Hrs.)
Overview, Radio specification, Base band specification, Link manager
specification, logical link control & adaptation protocol.

UNIT VI : MOBILE DATA NETWORKS ( 4 Hrs.)
Introduction, Data oriented CDPD networks, GPRS

UNIT VII : WIRELESS ACCESS PROTOCOL ( 5 Hrs.)
WAP architecture , Wireless Datagram ,Wireless Transport layer security,
wireless transaction ,Wireless Session ,Wireless Application Environment
,WML

TEXT BOOKS:
1.William C.Y.Lee,Mobile communication Engg” , Tata Mc-Grraw Hill
Publications
2.T.S.Rappaport,Wireless Communication, principles & practice” Pearson
Education
3. Schiller,Mobile communication, IInd Edition, Pearson Education

REFERENCE BOOKS:
1. William Stalling,” Wireless Communication & Networking”
2. Rampantly, Mobile communication
3. Kamilo Feher,” Wireless digital communication”, PHI, 1999
4. Kavesh pahlavan & P.Krishna Murthy,” Principles of Wireless networks”

TERM WORK : (Minimum 8 tutorials)
Minimum 8 tutorials / assignments based on above syllabus covering all units

                                                    Shivaji University, Kolhapur.
Revised Syllabus w.e.f. Academic Year 2010-11
B.E. (Electronics Engineering)
Semester –VIII
BIOMEDICAL CONTROL & INSTRUMENTATION
( Elective-II )
Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme
Lectures :3 hours/week Theory :100 marks
Tutorial :1 hour/week Term work : 25 marks
_____________________________________________________________________

SECTION-I

UNIT I : CARDIAC MEASUREMENT (8 Hrs.)
Cardiovascular System, Heart Structure, Cardiac Cycle, ECG Theory, ECG Electrodes,
Electrocardiograph, Indicator dilution methods; Measurement of continuous Cardiac
output derived from aortic pressure waveforms, cardiac Arrhythmias; Foetal heart rate
measurements Plethysmography. Cardiac Pacemakers ,AC/DC Defibrillators, Heart-
Lung Machine (HLM)

UNIT II : PATIENT MONITORING SYSTEMS (6 Hrs.)
Different Types of ECG Monitors, Ambulatory monitoring Instruments.
Measurement of Blood pressure, Temperature, Respiration rate, Apnea detectors;
Computerized patient monitoring system. Oximetry, pulse oximeters, Ear oximeters.

UNIT III : PULMONARY FUNCTION ANALYZERS (5 Hrs.)
Natural Process of Breathing, O2 and CO2 Transport, Regulation of Breathing,
Pulmonary function measurement; Spirometry; Pulmonary function analyzers.
Respiratory gas analyzers. Ventilators

SECTION – II

UNIT IV : NERVOUS SYSTEM (6 Hrs.)
Structure of Neuron, Central Nervous System, Electroencephalography, Evoked
Response, Biofeedback, Myoelectric voltages, Electromyography,

UNIT V : SENSORY INSTRUMENTATION (6 Hrs.)
Mechanism of Hearing, Sound Conduction System, Basic Audiometer; Pure tone
audiometer; Audiometer system Bekesy; Evoked response Audiometer system, Hearing
Aids,Anatomy of Eye, Errors in Vision, ophthalmoscope, Tonometer, Perimeter.

UNIT VI : LUNGS, KIDNEY AND BONE (7Hrs.)
Lungs , Pulmonary Volume measurement, pulmonary flow measurement, pulmonary
diffusion, Kidney Structure, Regulation of Water and Electrolyte Balance, Artificial
Kidney, Dialysis System, Lithotripsy , kidney clearance ,Kidney imaging analysis
,Peritoneal Dialysis,
Bones mineral density, joint friction, Bone positions, Bone-strain related Potentials.

TEXT BOOK :
1. John G. Webster, ‘Medical Instrumentation application and design’, III rd Edition,
Wiley publication.

REFERENCE BOOKS :
1. Goddes L.A and Baker L.E, “Principles of Applied Biomedical Instrumentation’
Wiley-Inter science, III rd edition.
2. R.S. Khandpur, “Handbook of Biomedical Instrumentation”, Tata McGraw Hill,
II nd edition
3. John G. Webster,” Bio instrumentation” Wiley India Edition
4. Leslie Cromwell, Fred J. Weibell, Erich A. Pfeiffer, “Biomedical Instrumentation
and Measurements”, Prentice-Hall India, II nd edition.
5. S.K. Venkata Ram, “Biomedical Electronics and Instrumentation’,Galgotia
Publication Pvt. Ltd. New Delhi.
6. Nandini K.Jog,” Electronics in Medicine and Biomedical Instrumentation” PHI
Edition.

TERM WORK : (Minimum 8 tutorials)
Minimum 8 tutorials based on above syllabus covering all units.


                                               Shivaji University, Kolhapur.
Revised Syllabus w.e.f. Academic Year 2010-11
B.E. (Electronics Engineering)
Semester –VIII
CMOS VLSI DESIGN
( Elective –II )
Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme
Lectures :3 hours/week Theory :100 marks
Tutorial :1 hour/week Term work : 25 marks
_____________________________________________________________________

SECTION- I

UNIT I : INTRODUCTION (5 Hrs.)
MOS Transistors, MOS Transistor Switches, CMOS Logic, Circuit and System
Representations, MOS Transistor Theory - Introduction MOS Device Design
Equations, The Complementary CMOS Inverter-DC Characteristics, Static Load MOS
Inverters, The Differential Inverter, The Transmission Gate, The Tri State Inverter,
Bipolar Devices.

UNIT II : CIRCUIT CHARACTERISATION AND PERFORMANCE
ESTIMATION ( 8 Hrs.)
Introduction, Resistance Estimation Capacitance Estimation, Inductance, Switching
Characteristics, CMOS-Gate Transistor Sizing, Power Dissipation, Sizing Routing
Conductors, Charge Sharing, Design Margining, Reliability.

UNIT III : CMOS CIRCUIT AND LOGIC DESIGN (5 Hrs.)
CMOS Logic Gate Design, Basic Physical Design of Simple Gate, CMOS Logic
Structures, Clocking Strategies, I/O Structures, Low Power Design.

SECTION- II

UNIT IV : SYSTEM DESIGN AND DESIGN METHOD (8 Hrs.)
Design Strategies CMOS Chip Design Options, Design Methods, Design Capture
Tools, Design Verification Tools, Design Economics, Data Sheets, CMOS Testing -
Manufacturing Test Principles, Design Strategies for

UNIT V : TESTING (4 Hrs.)
Test, Chip Level Test Techniques, System Level Test Techniques, Layout Design for
Improved Testability.

UNIT VI: CMOS SUB SYSTEM DESIGN (6 Hrs.)
Data Path Operations-Addition/Subtraction, Parity Generators, Comparators, Zero/One
Detectors, Binary Counters, ALUs, Multiplication, Shifters, Memory Elements,
Control-FSM, Control Logic Implementation.

TEXT BOOK:
1. Nell H. E. Weste and Kamran Eshraghian, " Principles of CMOS VLSI Design ",
Addision Wesley, II nd edition .

REFERENCE BOOKS:
1. John P . Uyemura “ Introduction to VLSI Circuits and Systems”, Wiley India
Edition
2. Jacob Backer, Harry W. Li and David E. Boyce, " CMOS Circuit Design, Layout
And Simulation ", Prentice Hall of India, 1998.

TERM WORK :
Total eight assignment based on above syllabus covering all units ( Assignments using
Magic tool on linux OS may be performed )

Shivaji University, Kolhapur.
Revised Syllabus w.e.f. Academic Year 2010-11
B.E. (Electronics Engineering)
Semester –VIII
ADVANCE DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSORS
( Elective-II )
Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme
Lectures :3 hours/week Theory :100 marks
Tutorial :1 hour/week Term work : 25 marks
_____________________________________________________________________

SECTION-I

UNIT I : INTRODUCTION TO DSP PROCESSORS (5 Hrs.)
Advantages of DSP Processors, Characteristics of DSP Processors, Applications of
DSP Processors, Types of Architectures: von Neumann Architecture, Harvard
Architecture, Super Harvard Architecture, VLIW Architecture.

UNIT II : ARCHITECTURE FOR PROGRAMMABLE DSP DEVICES (8 Hrs.)
Basic Architectural features, DSP computational Building Blocks, Bus Architecture and
Memory, Data Addressing Capabilities, Address Generation Unit, Programmability and
Program Execution, Speed issues Features for External interfacing.

UNIT III : EXECUTION CONTROL AND PIPELINING (5 Hrs.)
Hardware looping, Interrupts, Stacks, Relative Branch Support, Pipelining and
performance, Pipeline Depth, Interlocking, Branching effects, Interrupt effects, pipeline
Programming models.

SECTION-II

UNIT IV : PROGRAMMABLE DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSORS (9 Hrs.)
Commercial Digital signal-processing Devices, Architecture of TMS320C67XX
Processors, Data Addressing modes of TMS320C67XX Processors, Memory space of
TMS320C67XX Processors, Program Control, TMS320C67XX instructions and
Programming, On-Chip peripherals, Interrupts of TMS320C67XX processors, Pipeline
Operation of TMS320C67XX Processors.

UNIT V: ANALOG DSP PROCESSOR FAMILY (5 Hrs.)
Analog 21061 series SHARC Processor block diagram, Interrupt Hardware, Memory
quantization, Central arithmetic logic unit, system control etc.

UNIT VI : IMPLEMENTATION OF BASIC DSP ALGORITHMS (4 Hrs.)
FIR Filters, IIR Filters, interpolation Filters, Decimation filters, Adaptive Filters, 2-D
Signal Processing.

TEXT / REFERENCE BOOKS :
1. Analog Devices & Texas Instruments Users Manuel of TMS320C67XX and
ADSP 21061.
2. P. Pirsch,“Architectures for Digital Signal Processing” John Wiley
publication.
3. Kuo and Gan,Digital Signal Processors” Pearson Education
4. Phil Lapsley, “DSP Processor Fundamentals: architectures and Features”,
Wiley publication
5. DSP Applications using C and the TMS320C6x DSP

TERM WORK : (Minimum 8 tutorials)
Minimum 8 tutorials / assignments based on above syllabus covering all units.

Shivaji University, Kolhapur.
Revised Syllabus w.e.f. Academic Year 2010-11
B.E. (Electronics Engineering)
Semester –VIII
SYSTEM ON CHIP
( Elective-II )
Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme
Lectures :3 hours/week Theory :100 marks
Tutorial :1 hour/week Term work : 25 marks
_______________________________________________________________

SECTION -I

UNIT I : SYSTEM DESIGN (6 Hrs.)
Concept of system, importance of system architectures, introduction to SIMD, SISD,
MIMD and MISD architectures, concept of pipelining and parallelism.

UNIT II : INTRODUCTION TO SOC (6 Hrs.)
Typical SOC architecture, SOC design flow, Differences between Embedded systems
and SOCs, Designing microprocessor /Microcontroller based system and embedded
system. System design issues in SOCs

UNIT III : SOC PROCESSORS (6 Hrs.)
Introduction to CISC , RISC, Von Neuman and Harward Architecture,Concept of Soft
processors , Study of IBMs power PC,Spartan-III FPGA , Picoblaze processor,
Microblaze processor

SECTION –II

UNIT IV : SYSTEM BUSES (6 Hrs.)
Introduction to busses used in SOCs. Introduction to AMBA bus.
Detailed study of IBMs core connect bus, concept of PLB-processor local bus and
OPB-on chip peripheral bus.

UNIT V : SOC IMPLEMENTATION (6 Hrs.)
Study of features like embedded RAMs, multipliers, Digital clock management etc.
Introduction to tools used for SOC design, Xilinx embedded development kit.

UNIT VI : SOC DEVELOPMENT TOOLS (6 Hrs.)
Developing simple systems by interfacing simple peripherals to Spartan III .
Tools : Xilinx ISE and Xilinx EDK Latest versions SOC system design tutorialdesigning
an image processing system with interface to host using either
UART/PCI/USB bus.


REFERENCE BOOKS:
1. Wyne wolf ,”FPGA based system design” by Prentice Hall of india.
2. Giovanni De Micheli, Rolf Ernst and Wayne Wolf “Readings in
hardware/software co-design”. Morgan Kaufman publishers
3. Computers as components : principles of embedded computing system
Design” Morgan Kaufman publishers
4. Ahmed jerrya, wayne wolf ,”Multiprocessors systems-on-chips” Morgan
Kaufman Publishers
5. Core connect architecture at http://www.chips.ibm.com/products/coreconnect
6. EDK power PC tutorial at http://www.xilinx.com/EDK
7. Spartan III handbook from xilinx
8. Power PC info http://www.chips.ibm.com/productspowerPC/cores/405sde_pb.html
9. White papers form xilinx.com and http://www.chips .ibm.com
10. Arm processor details at WWW.arm.com
11. Amba bus architecture at
http://www.arm.com/products/solutions/Ambahomepage.html
http://www.princeton.edu/~wolf

TERM WORK : (Minimum 8 Tutorials)
Minimum 8 tutorials / assignment based on above syllabus covering all units


Shivaji University, Kolhapur.
Revised Syllabus w.e.f. Academic Year 2010-11
B.E. (Electronics Engineering)
Semester –VIII
MECHATRONICS
(Elective-II)
Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme
Lectures :3 hours/week Theory :100 marks
Tutorial :1 hour/week Term work : 25 marks
_____________________________________________________________________

SECTION-I

UNIT I : INTRODUCTION (6 Hrs.)
Definition, Trends, Control Systems, Microprocessor/Micro controller based
controllers, PC based controllers, proportional/Integral/Differential controllers, PID
Controllers, Digital Controllers, Adaptive Controller.

UNIT II : ELECTROMECHANICAL DRIVES (4 Hrs.)
DC Servo motors, 4-quadrant servo drives, braking methods, Bipolar drives, MOSFET
Drivers, SCR Drives, variable frequency drives.

UNIT III : PLC CONTRILLERS (8 Hrs.)
Ladder diagram, FSD structured programming, Interfacing of Sensors and Actuators to
PLC.
Programmable Motion Controllers: Interpolation: point-to-point, Linear Circular, B-S
plane, Home, Record position.

SECTION II

UNIT IV : PRECISION MECHANICAL ACTUATION (6 Hrs.)
Pneumatic Actuators, Electro-pneumatic Actuators, hydraulic Actuators,
Electrohydraulic Actuators, Types of motions, Kinematics, Inverse Kinematics, Timing
Belts, Ball Screw and Nut, Linear motion Guides, Linear Bearings, Harmonic
Transmission, motor/Drive selection.

UNIT V : MEMS (7 Hrs.)
Overview of MEMS & Microsystems, Typical MEMS & Micro system,
products and applications.
Micro sensors and micro actuators : Phototransistors, pressure sensors, thermal
sensors, micro grippers, micro motors, micro valves, Micro pumps.
Micro Manufacturing : Bulk Manufacturing, Surface Manufacturing, LIGA Process.

UNIT VI : DESIGN OF MECHATRONIC SYSTEMS (6 Hrs.)
The design process, traditional and Mechatronic designs. A few case studies like
piece counting system pick and place manipulator, simple assembly involving a
few parts, part loading. Unloading system, automatic tool and pallet changers etc.

TEXT BOOKS / REFERENCE BOOKS :
1. W.Bolton “Mechatronics “,Addison Wesley , IInd Edition
2. N.P. Mahalik,“ Mechatronics Principles, Concepts and Applications” ,
Tata Mc-Graw Hill, New Delhi.
3. Dan Necsulescu, “ Mechatronics”, Pearson Eduction.
4. Yoram Koren , “Computer Control of Manufacturing systems”,Mc-Graw Hill
,New Delhi
5. Tai Ran Hsu,“ MEMS and Microsystems Design and Manufacture” Tata Mc-
Graw Hill, New Delhi.
6. Grover, Weiss, Nagel, and Ordey, “ Industrial Robotics : Technology,
Programming and Applications”, Mc-Graw Hill publication
7. Fu, Gonzalez and Lee, “Robotics : Controls,Sensing,Vision and Intelligence”,
Mc-Graw Hill publication
8. S.R.Deb, “Robotics Technology and Flexible Automation”,Tata Mc-Graw
Hill, Publication.

TERM WORK : (Minimum 8 tutorials)
Minimum 8 tutorials/ assignments based on above syllabus covering all units

Shivaji University, Kolhapur.
Revised Syllabus w.e.f. Academic Year 2010-11
B.E. (Electronics Engineering)
Semester –VIII
PROCESS INSTRUMENTATION
( Elective-II )
Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme

Lectures :3 hours/week Theory :100 marks
Tutorial :1 hour/week Term work : 25 marks
_____________________________________________________________________

SECTION-I

UNIT I : (4 Hrs.)
Overview of process Control System loop components, Block diagram, Process
Variables & degree of freedom, dynamics & Characteristics of physical systems like
electrical, liquid, thermal, gas & Mechanical processes & their influence oncontrol
system quality.

UNIT II : (7 Hrs.)
Controller principles - Control system parameters, steady state and unsteady
state analysis control system for change in load variable & change in set point
variable practical example, mathematical characterization of the components,deviation
calculation. Response of process under controller actions (on/off,Proportional, integral
derivative & combinational mode controllers).

UNIT III : (7 Hrs.)
Digital Controllers: Elementary of digital control method, simple alarms &
multivariable alarm, interactive multivariable control digital control strategies,sampling
& signal processing, selection of sample frequency, differenceequations. Three term /
PID control controllers stability of digital control.
Case Study : Design of Digital temperature control using digital ICs design of
PC,motor control, design of light intensity control. (System specifications,
Blockdiagram, system design, Schematic diagram).

SECTION-II

UNIT IV : (6 Hrs.)
Computer control of Industrial processes Classes of control Hierarchy concepts,
Necessity and functions of computer, level of automation, economy of computer
control, functional models of computer process control system, special feature and
selection of computer for data logging & controlling, direct digital control
&supervisory computer control block schematic concepts, I/O systems, Sampling,
multiplexing & quantization of A/D & D/A converters, ADC & DAC Interfacing,
Interfacing with different types of transducers, analog/digital, electrical-electrical,DAS
& Control features.

UNIT V : (6 Hrs.)
Direct Digital Control system DDC structure computer control theory, DDC
Software classes of control, programmed I/O operations, interrupt systems, I/O
software. Selection of control criterion- Introduction to optimization techniques &
adaptive techniques, Introduction to statistical analysis, Analytical design of discrete
systems, Process control programming languages, data processing &reduction
techniques, programming techniques on-line & real time digital control systems.

UNIT VI : (6 Hrs.)
Control algorithm position algorithm, velocity algorithm, PID algorithm using
Ztransform deadbeat Kalmars & Dalwins approach, Use of standard algorithm,
standard algorithm for controller tuning, computer tuning, Selection of sampler time.
Intelligent controller : model based controller, model reference adaptive & Self tuning
adaptive controller, optimal controllers using Kalman filter, Predictive controller,
Expert system ( IKBS) and expert controller.

TEXT BOOKS/REFERENCE BOOKS :.

1. C.D. Johnson, “Process control Instrumentation”
2. B.G. Liptah,”Process control”
3. Krishant, “Computer based Industrial control”
4. Thomes E. narlin, “Process control designing processes and control system for
dynamic processes”
5. Ramakant Gaikwad , ”Analog and Digital control”
6. George Bereny, “ Intelligent Instrumentation”
7. Dawles WDT, ”control Algorithm for DDC design “
8. Bristal ,”Design & programming control algorithm for DDC “
9. Coff K.W., “A systematic approach to DDC design”
10. C.D. Johnson, ” Microprocessor based process control ”
11. Thomas W. Webes ,”An Introduction to process Dynamic & control”
TERM WORK : (Minimum 8 tutorials)
Minimum 8 tutorials based on above syllabus covering all units

Shivaji University, Kolhapur.
Revised Syllabus w.e.f. Academic Year 2010-11
B.E. (Electronics Engineering)
Semester –VIII
NEURAL NETWORK & APPLICATION
(Elective-II)
Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme

Lectures :3 hours/week Theory :100 marks
Tutorial :1 hour/week Term work : 25 marks

SECTION-I

UNIT I : BIOLOGICAL NEURON, ARTIFICIAL NEURON AND NEURON
MODELS (5 Hrs.)
Features of Biological Neural Network, Biological Neuron, Artificial Neural Network,
performance comparison of Artificial Neural Network and Biological Neural Network,
historical developments, advantages and application examples of Artificial Neural
Network.

UNIT II : ARTIFICIAL NEURON MODEL AND BASIC LEARNING LAWS
(6 Hrs.)
Artificial Neuron model and its components, synoptic interconnections, activation
functions, weights, bias, threshold, Mc culloch-pitts Neuron, feedforward network:
single layer, multi layer perceptron, linear seperability, Hebb model, feedback network,
ADLINE and MADLINE models, learning and training: supervised, unsupervised,
reinforcement. Hebbian, Perceptron, Delta, Winner-Take-All Learning rules, Electronic
Implementation of Artificial Neuron, Simple problems.

UNIT III : SUPERVISED LEARNING NETWORK (7 Hrs.)
Perceptron networks, perceptron leaning rule, training and testing algorithms for single
and multiple output classes, Adaptive Linear Neuron (ADALINE), Delta rule for single
output unit: architecture, training and testing algorithms, multiple adaptive linear
Neuron, back propagation network: architecture, training and testing algorithms, Tree
Neural Network, problems on implementation of NOT, AND, OR functions.

SECTION-II

UNIT IV : ASSOCIATIVE MEMORY NETWORKS (6 Hrs.)
Content Addressable memory (CAM), training algorithm for pattern association: Hebb
rule, outer products rule, Auto-associative Memory Network: architecture, training and
testing algorithms, Hetero-associative Memory Network, Bidirectional Associative
Memory (BAM), Hopfield Network: architecture, training and testing algorithms,
Continuous Hopfield Network, hardware model.

UNIT V : UNSUPERVISED LEARNING NETWORKS (6 Hrs.)
Fixed weight competitive network: Maxnet, Mexican Hat net, Hamming network,
Kohonen self-organizing feature mapping network, architecture, training algorithm,
Kohonen self-organizing motor map, Adaptive Resonance Theory (ART) Network,
ART, ART-1, ART-2: Fundamental architecture, operating principles and training
algorithm.

UNIT VI : NEURAL NETWORK APPLICATION (6 Hrs.)
Simple tasks from following domains and their neural network based solution-Pattern
Classification: Symbol and Character Recognition
Associative Memory: Image Pattern Recall and Information Retrieval
Process Control and optimization: Temperature and Motor Speed Control
Image Processing: Texture Classification and Image Segmentation

TEXT / REFERENCE BOOKS :
1. J. M. Zurada Introduction to Artificial Neural systems”, Jaico Publishing
House, Delhi, VI Edition, 2003.
2. B. Yegnanarayana Artificial Neural Networks, PHI, New Delhi, VI Edition,
2001
3. S. N. Sivanandam, S. N. Deepa, Principles of Soft Computing,Wiley, India
(P) Ltd. New Delhi, (Ist Indian Edition, 2008)
4. Simon Haykn Neural Networks: A comprehensive Foundation, Pearson
Education, New Delhi 2009.
5. S. Rajsekaran, G. A. Vijayalaxmi Pai Neural Networks, Fuzzy Logic and
Genetic Algorithms: Synthesis and applications, PHI, New Delhi
6. Satish Kumar Neural Networks: A class room Approach, Tata Mc- Graw
Hill, New Delhi 2008
7. B. Kosko Neural Networks and Fuzzy Systems: A Dynamical System
Approach to Machine Intelligence, PHI, New Delhi 2001.
8. S. V. Kartalopoulos Understanding Neural Networks and Fuzzy Logic:
Basic Concepts and Applications, PHI, New Delhi 2000.
9. A. Carling Introducing Neural Networks, Galgotia Publications, (2001),
New Delhi

TERM WORK : (Minimum 8 tutorials)
Minimum 8 tutorials/ assignments based on above syllabus covering all units.

Shivaji University, Kolhapur.
Revised Syllabus w.e.f. Academic Year 2010-11
B.E. (Electronics Engineering)
Semester –VIII
PROJECT-II
Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme

Practical : 8 Hours/week Term work : 100 marks
POE : 100 marks
_____________________________________________________________________
The Project group in semester-I will continue. the project work in Semester- II and
complete project in all respect (assembly, testing, fabrication, tabulation, test result etc.)
The project work along with project report should be submitted as part of term work in
Semester- II on or before the last day of the semester -II.
The Term work marks of the project-II will be based on mid-term evaluation by team
of faculties along with the concerned Guide.

EQUIVALENCE FOR B.E.(Electronics Engg.)
Sr.No B.E. Part-I (Pre- Revised) B.E. Part-I (Revised)
1 Embedded Systems Embedded system Design
2 Digital Communication Information Theory and coding
3 Digital Signal Processing Digital Signal Processing ( Revised
syllabus at T.E. Part-II)
4 Power Electronics Power Electronics and Drives

Elective –I
5 Advanced Control Engineering Advanced Control Engineering
6 Bio-medical Instrumentation Bio-medical Instrumentation
7. Real Time Systems Real Time Systems
8. Fuzzy Logic Fuzzy Logic and Application
9. Remote Sensing and GIS Remote Sensing & GIS of B.E. (E&TC)

Part-I Sem.-VII

Part –II (Semester-VIII)
Sr.No B.E. Part-II (Pre- Revised) B.E. Part-II (Revised)
1 Audio and Video
Engineering
Video Engineering
2 Microwave Engineering Microwave Engineering
3 Computer Network Computer network

Elective –II
4 Neural Network Neural Network and Application
5 Image Processing Digital Image Processing
6 Mechatronics Mechatronics
7. Information Technology Information Tech.( Replace subject only
for repeater / class improvement
candidates)
8. Broadband Communication Broadband Communication
9 System On Chip System On chip

Part –II (Semester-VIII)
Sr.No B.E. Part-II (Pre- Revised) B.E. Part-II (Revised)
1 Audio and Video
Engineering
Video Engineering
2 Microwave Engineering Microwave Engineering
3 Computer Network Computer network

Elective –II
4 Neural Network Neural Network and Application
5 Image Processing Digital Image Processing
6 Mechatronics Mechatronics
7. Information Technology Information Tech.( Replace subject only
for repeater / class improvement
candidates)
8. Broadband Communication Broadband Communication
9 System On Chip System On chip

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