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UNIVERSITY OF MUMBAI

SCHEME OF EXAMINATION AND TEACHING


at T.E. (Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering) (R-2001) (Revised
Scheme Considering 60 Minutes Period Instead of 45 Minutes' Period as per AICTE
Guidelines)

SEMESTER -V No. of Periods per


Sr. Subjects Duration Marks
Week
No. (60 minutes each) of Theory Theory Term
Practical Oral Total
Paper Paper Work

Lectures Practicals Tutorials (Hrs)


1. # Applied 4 - - 3 100 - - - 100
Mathematics - V
Computer
2.
Architecture
3 1 - 3 100 25 - - 125

And Organization
12
3. Filter Theory 3 3 - 3 100 25 - -
5
4
.
Elements of 2 1 - 3 100 25 - - 125
Microelectronics
5. Communication 3 3 - 3 100 25 - - 125
Circuits
6. Elements of 3 3 - 3 100 25 - - 25
Microprocessors
7. * Presentation and 2 - - - ---- 25 - 25 50
Communication
Techniques
Total 20 11 0 - 600 150 --- 25 775
# Subject common with Biomedical, Instrumentation, Electrical and Electronics &
Telecommunication engineering branches.
* Subject common with Biomedical Engineering branch.

Applied Mathematics -V
Class: T.E. (Electronics & Telecommunication)
Semester -V
Periods per week; Evaluation System;
Lectures : 4 Theory Paper (3 Hours) 100
Practicals - Term Work -
Tutorials - Practical -
Oral : -
Total 100

Detailed Syllabus
1
Random Variables
.

. Discrete and continuous variables. Probability mass function and density


function probability distribution for random variables. Expected value,
variance, moments and moments generating functions, relation between raw
moments and central moments.
2. Probability Distributions
. Binomial, Poisson and normal distribution for detailed study. Introduction to

The distributions such as 't' and Chi-square. Central limit theorem and problems
based on this theorem.
3.1 Sampling Theory I

. and two-tailed tests. Internal estimation of population parameters. Large and small
Sampling distribution. Test of hypothesis level of significance critical region. One-tailed
samples
Test of significance for large samples

. Means.
Test for significance of the difference between sample mean and population

. Test of significance for small samples


Test of significance of the difference between the means of two samples.

. .
Test for significance of the difference between sample means and population
Paired "t" test.
means. Test of significance of the difference between the means of two samples. .
Application of X2 distribution

. 4.1 Fitting of Curves


Test of the goodness of fit and independence of attributes.

. frequency distribution.
Least squared Covariance
method. Fitting and correlation
of the straightcoefficient
line and and Spearman's
parabolic trend. Bivariate
rank correlation coefficient (non-repeated and repeated ranks) lines of regression.
5.1 Introduction to Discrete Structure

. relation. Injective, surjective and bijective functions, Pigeonhole principle and


Relations and functions, matrix of relation, partial order and equivalence
its application.

. distributive lattice.
Po sets and Hasse diagram. Lattice, bounded lattice, complemented lattice and

. homomorphism and isomorphisms of algebraic structures.


Algebraic structure: Groups, rings, integral domains, fields, Boolean algebra,
Books

. Sultan Chand and Co., New Delhi.


Fundamentals of Mathematical Statistics - S. C. Gupta and V.
. Probability Statistics and Random Processes - T. V. Veerajan, Tata McGraw Hill I
Publications. .

..
. Schaum's Outlines - Discrete
Discrete Mathematics
-
Probability and Statistics Schaum Series.
Mathematics,
- N. Biggs, Tata McGraw
second edition, HillUniversity
Oxford Publications.
Press.

. Rus, Prentice
Discrete Hall of India
Mathematical -
Private Limited.
Structures Bernhard Kolman, Robert C. Bushy, Sharon

. ,.I
K. Kapoo, Functions of Discrete Mathematics - K. D. Joshi.

Nandu's Comprehensive Engineering Texts Strictly According to Syllabus Applied


Mathematics - V (Electronics Group) by Mrs. S. A. Patkar,
Dr.(Mrs.) Nabar, Dr.(Mrs.) S. P. Barpande.
A Text Book of Applied Mathem~tics - V by D. B. Brah~ankar. II

Computer Architecture and Organization


Class: T.E. (Electronics & Telecommunication) Semester -V
Periods per week: Evaluation System:
Lectures : 3 Theory Paper (3 Hours) : 100
Practical : I Term Work : 25
Tutorials : - Practical : -
Oral : -
Total : 125

Detailed Syllabus
1 Introduction
.

. History and evolution of computer Architecture of a general purpose compute.


Stored program computer operation.
2. Data path Design

. Computer system design, gate level design, register level design and processor
level design, fixed point arithmetic, data paths of two's complement addition
subtraction, multiplication and division. Booths algorithm for multiplication,
Floating-point arithmetic and data path of floating point ALU.
3. Processor Design

. CPU organization and operation, accumulator based CPU, CPU with general

registers, instruction types, formats and addressing arithmetic - logic unit


design, sequential ALUs. Structure of a basic sequential ALU, register files,
co-processors and pipeline processors, RISC and CISC computers.
4. Control Design

. General structure of hardwired and micro-programmed control units, hardwired


control design, state tables, greatest common divisor processor, classical design
of the get processor control unit, design of a typical of CPU control unit, micro-
programmed control, control unit organization, micro-instruction addressing
and timing, micro-program sequencers, pipeline control, instruction pipeline,
structure multistage pipeline, organization of CPU with multistage instruction
pipeline, pipeline performance, measures.
5. Memory Organization

. Organization of multilevel memory system in a computer main memory;


random access memory organization, semiconductor RAMs, RAMs design
structure of D-RAM chip, secondary memory; several access memory, access
methods, memory organization magnetic disc and tape reluctant array of
inexpensive disks, memories optical memory, and read out devices.
6. High Speed Cache Memory System

. Cache and virtual memory, address translation with segmentation and paging
with caches, cache organization, operation address mapping associative
memory, cache types and performance.
7. System Bases and I/O, Communication
. Bases, bus interfacing timing bus arbitration, I/O and system control, I/O
control methods, programmed I/O, I/O processors: I/O instruction types,
measures, I/OP organization. CPU and lOP interaction.

8. Multiple Advanced Processor Organization

. Parallel processing shared and distributed memory computers processor


interconnection network structures and performance multiprocessor (MIMD).
Term Work

. Each student has to appear for at least one written test during the term. At least
eight assignments along with a graded answer paper shall be submitted as term
work. The distribution of term work will be as follows:
Assignments: 15 Marks
Written test : 10 Marks
Total: 25 Marks

Text Books

. Computer Architecture and Organization - John P. Hayes, McGraw Hill


International publication.
Reference Books

. Computer Organization and Architecture - William Stallings, Prentice Hall of


India publication.

. Computer Organization - V. Carl Hamacher and Zaky, Tata McGraw Hill


publication.

Filter Theory
Class: T.E. (Electronics & Telecommunication)

Periods per week: Evaluation System:


Lectures: 3 Theory Paper (3 Hours)
Practical : 3 Term Work
Tutorials: -Practical
Oral
Total

Semester -V
100
25

125

Detailed Syllabus
1
Network Analysis
.

. RLC passive circuits. RLC circuits with active elements, simplified analysis of
operational amplifier circuits.
2. Network Functions and Their Reliability

. Network functions, properties of all network functions, driving point functions


properties transfer functions, magnitude and phase plots, Biquadratic function.
Frequency and impedance demoralization.
3. Introductory Filter Concepts

. Categorization of filters (LP, HP, BP, BR) gain and delay equalizers passive,
active and other filters. .

4. Approximation

. Bode plot, Butter worth, Chebyshev elliptical, Beisel, frequency


transformation.
5. Sensitivity

. Wand R sensitivity, gain sensitivity, factors affecting sensitivity.

6. Passive Networks Synthesis

. Driving point synthesis, low sensitivity passive network, transfer function


synthesis.
7. Active Filters

. Single amplifier active RC filters, low pass, high pass and band pass active
filter realization, infinite gain single amplifier filters (LP, BP and HP) positive
and negative feedback infinite gain angle amplifier filters, higher order filters.
8. Multiple Amplifier RC Filters

. State variable filter, Tow Thomas, Akerberg Mossberg, Biquadraic multiple


amplifier, universal active filter.
9. Direct Realization Methods

. Active network elements for direct realization, inductance simulation frequency


dependent negative resistors, leapfrog realization techniques, primary resonator
block, switched capacitor filters.
1 Effect of Real Operational Amplifier on Active Filters
0

. Op-amp frequency compensation techniques, frequency characteristics on filter


performance.
List of Experiments

. Plot frequency response of RCIRLC circuits and find the type of filter.

. Effect of frequency and impedance demoralization on passive circuits.

. Frequency response of Chebyshev filter show minima, maxima locations, cut-off


frequencies.
. Synthesise butter worth filters (LP/HP).

. Frequency transformation low pass to high pass, low pass to band pass filters.

. Finite gain LP/signal amplifier.

. Infinite gain LP/signal amplifier.

. Finite gain HP signal amplifier filter.

. Multiple amplifier filter.

Term Work

. Each student has to appear for at least one written test during the term. Report
of eight experiments (including four using software simulation) from the list of
suggested experiments and assignments along with a graded answer paper shall
be submitted as term work. The distribution of term work will be as follows:

Report on experiments: 15 Marks


Written test : 10 Marks
Total: 25 Marks
Text Books

. Wiley publication.
Principles of Active Network Synthesis and Design - Govind Dariyanani, John
. McGraw Hill publication.
Active and Passive Analog Filter Design
Reference Books
- Lawrence P. Huelsman, Tata

. 1 and Passive Filters -


I Active Chen, John Wiley publication

Elements of Microelectronics
Class: T.E. (Electronics & Telecommunication) Semester -V
Periods per week: Evaluation System:
Lectures 2 Theory Paper (3 Hours) 100
Practical 1 Term Work 25
Tutorials : - Practical : -
Oral : -
Total 125
Detailed Syllabus
1. Basic of Devices

. Basic of BJT, MOSFETs and their technological structures as implement in


silicon crystal. Various types of integrated circuit resistor, pinched resistor, thin
film resistors etc. and their implementation (structure) in silicon crystal.
Different types of integrated circuit capacitors, their structures as implemented
in silicon crystal. Parasitic effects in MOSFETs, BJTs and their minimization
by scaling of device dimensions. Definitions of LSI, MSI, VLSI circuits. Merits
and demerits of MOS integrated circuits.
2. Basic Circuits (Gates)

. Simple bipolar NAND gate operation and its realization or implementation in


silicon structure (using p-n junction isolation technique). A depletion load n
MOS inverter and NAND gate operation, their technological structures as
implemented in silicon crystal. Drawing stick diagrams, colour-coded mask
layout using I-based (or micron based) design rules. The CMOS inverter (not
gate) structure, its stick diagrams and mask layout parasitic effects in CMOS
structure (inverter).
3. IC Fabrication

. Various important steps of MOS Bipolar IC fabrication such as wafer cleaning,


oxidation. Annealing, pattemisation using photolithography technique.
Diffusion, Metallisation, ion-implantation etc. Fabrication of simple circuits
using above fabrication steps. (Only qualitative treatment)
6

Term Work

. whole of syllabus, duly recorded and graded as well as at least four computer
Term work(Mask
simulations shall consist
Layoutof at leastusing
Design) threeEDA
laboratory
Toolsexperiments covering the
or Magic software.

Reference Books

. Addison Wealey.
Principle of CMOS VLSI design - Neil H. E. Weste; Kamran Eshraghian,
.. VLSI Technology - S. M. Sze.
-
. Microelectronics
. Basics
Fabrication
J Milliman and Grabal, Tata McGraw Hill Publisher.
Principles
VLSI Design, - S. K.
systems and circuits - Douglas A. Pucknel, K. Eshranhhian.
Gandhi.

Communication
Circuits

Class: T.E. (Electronics & Telecommunication) Semester -V


Periods per week: Evaluation System:
Lectures : 3 Theory Paper (3 Hours) : 100
Practical : 3 Term Work : 25
Tutorials : - Practical : -
Oral : -
I Total : 125
Detailed Syllabus
1. Noise and Inter-modulation Distortion

. Noise sources, noise measures, design of low noise networks,


inter-modulation distortions

2. Frequency Selective Networks and Transformers

. Series resonant circuits, parallel resonant circuits, parallel resonant circuits


with transformers, impedance matching and harmonic filtering using reactive
networks.
3. Hybrid and Transmission Line Transformers

. Three-winding transformers, transmission line transformers.


4. Audio Circuits

. General features of audio amplifiers, LM380 audio power amplifier,


phonoamplifier, circuits for tone control, audio mixers, graphic equalizers.
s. Wideband Amplifiers

. Review of high frequency analysis of BIT and FET amplifiers, input


compensation, neutralization and feedback techniques for wide banding cascade

amplifiers high frequency amplifiers using MOSFETS, study of ICs - (i) Video
amplifier IC RCA 3040, (ii) Wideband Op-amp HA-2539.

6.1 Phase Locked Loop Circuits

. nd
Basic
2filters, PLL
order, operation,
anglelock range transient response
and capture
modulation, range,
frequency ofphase
PLL,detectors,
Linearamplitude
demodulation, model
PLL of the PLL–-
applications 1st order,
tracking
demodulation, phase
shifters, signal synchronizers, frequency translators PLL IC 565, digital PLL.

7.1 Frequency Synthesizers

. synthesizer,
Direct frequency
effect synthesis, frequency
of reference synthesis
frequency by performance
on loop phase lock, 565 as frequency
variable modulus
dividers, down conversion, methods for reducing switching time, multiple loop
frequency synthesizer, fractional N loops, direct digital synthesis, synthesizer design.

8. I Mixers, Modulators and Demodulator Circuits

. and FET mixers,


Frequency mixers,review of balanced
switching modulator
type mixers, principle,
diode ring applications
mixers, square of balanced
law mixers,
modulator, modulator! demodulator IC MC 1596, MC 1956 as balanced modulators,
BIT

amplitude modulators, product detector, AM detector, mixer frequency doubler, AM


generation and synchronous AM
detection using XR-2208.

List of Experiments

.. Cascade amplifier

. PLL applications

. Frequency synthesizer using IC 565


Balanced Modulators
.. Impedance matching networks
Video amplifier (using IC)
Transformer coupled transistors amplifier .
.. Wide band operational amplifier

. Mixer circuits
Audio amplifier (using IC)

Term Work

. on eight experiments (including two using software simulation) from the list of suggested
Each student has to appear for at least one written test during the term. Report
experiments and assignments along with a graded answer paper shall be submitted as
term work. The distribution of term work will be as follows:
Report on experiments : 15 Marks
Written test : 10 Marks
Total : 25 Marks

Text Books

. Modem
Integrated - K. R. Botkar
Communication
circuits Circuits -
- Khannalack -
publication.
Smith McGraw Hill Publication.

Elements of Microprocessors

Class: T.E. (Electronics & Telecommunication) Semester -V


Periods per week: Evaluation System:
Lectures 3 Theory Paper (3 Hours) 100
Practical : 3 Term Work 25
Tutorials : - Practical : -
. Oral -
Total 125

Detailed Syllabus
1. 8085 Microprocessor

. Basic 8085 Microprocessor architecture and its functional blocks, 8085


microprocessor IC pin outs and signals, address data and control buses. Clock
signals, instruction cycles, machine cycles, and timing states, instruction timing
diagram.
2. Programming of 8085 Microprocessor

. Basic instruction set of 8085, addressing modes, writing assembly language


problems, looping, counting and indexing operations, stacks and subroutines,
conditional call and return instructions, debugging programs.
3. 8085 Interfacing and Interrupts

. Bus interfacing concepts, timing for the execution of input and output (I/O)
instructions, I/O address decoding, memory and I/O interfacing memory
mapped I/O interfacing of matrix input keyboard and output display. Serial I/O
lines of 8085 and the implementation asynchronous serial data communication
using SID and SOD lines, interrupt structure of 8085, RST (restart)
instructions, vectored interrupt, interrupt process and timing diagram of
interrupt instruction execution, 8259A interrupt controller, principles block I/O
data transfer (direct memory access) techniques
4. Programmable Interface and Peripheral Devices

. Programming and applications of 8455/8156 programmable I/O ports and timer,


8255A programmable peripheral interface, 8253/8254 programmable interval
timer, 8257 direct memory access controller, 8279 programmable keyboard /
Display interface.
5. 8086 and 8088 Microprocessor

. Architecture and organization of 8086/8088 microprocessor family, bus


interface unit, 8086/8088 hardware pin signals, timing diagram of 8086 family
microprocessors, simplified read/write bus cycles. 8086 minimum and
maximum modes of operation. 8086/8088 memory addressing, address
decoding. Memory system design of 8086 family, timing considerations for
memory interfacing, input/output addressing and decoding introduction to 8087
floating point microprocessor and its connection to host 8086.
6. 8086 Assembly Language Programming

. Addressing modes, 8086 instruction formats and instruction set. Data transfer,
arithmetic, bit manipulation, string, program execution transfer and processor

control instructions, machine codes for 8086 instruction, assembly


syntax. Assembler language debugging assembly language programs.
7. Advanced Assembly Level Programming

. Conditional jumps and IF- THEN-ELSE, WIllLE- DO REPEAT -UNTIL, delay


loop programs, implementing procedure calls, passing parameters using
poiliters and stack, re-entrant and recursive procedures, calling FAR
procedures, assembler MACRO instructions, software interrupts and interrupt
service routines, software interrupt application; such as in basic input output
system of IBM-PC computer. High level C-Language calls to assembly language
programs with an illustrative example.
Term Work

. Each student has to appear for at least one written test during the term. Report
on experiments (at least eight) and assignments along with a graded answer
paper shall be submitted as term work. The distribution of term work will be as
follows:
Report on experiments: 15 Marks
Written test : 10 Marks
Total : 25 Marks
Text Books
. Microprocessor Architecture, Programming and Applications with 8085 -
Gaonkar - John Wiley Eastern Ltd. Publication
Reference Books
. Microcomputer systems: The 8086/8088 Family - Yu-cheng Liu, Glen A.
Gibson-Prentice Hall of India Publication

. The 8.Q&6_MicI'oDroCessoLProlmlmmine: and


Ayala-Penram Publication.

. The 8086 family - John Uffenbeck - Prentice Hall of India Publication.

Presentation and Communication Techniques


Class: T.E. (Electronics & Telecommunication) Semester -V
Periods per week: Evaluation System:
Lectures 2 Theory Paper (3 Hours) -
Practicals - Term Work 25
Tutorials 2 Practical -
Oral 25
Total 50

Detailed Syllabus
1
Communication in a Business Organization
.

. Internal communication (Upward, downward, horizontal, grapevine, problems,


solution). External communication. Strategies for conducting successful

business meetings, documentation (notice, agenda, minutes) of meetings,


introduction to modem communication techniques (for e.g. e-mail, Internet,
video conferencing, etc.). Legal and ethical issues in communication
(Intellectual property rights, patents).
Advanced Technical Writing

. Report writing and presentation: Definition and importance of reports.


qualities of reports, language and style in reports, types of reports, formats
(letter, memo, project reports), methods of compiling data. A computer-aided
presentation of a project report based on technical, survey-based, reference
based or campus related - topic. Topics to be assigned to a group or 8-10
students. The written report should not exceed 20 printed pages.
Technical Paper - Writing
Writing Proposals
Interpersonal Skills

. Introduction to emotional intelligence. Motivation, Negotiation and conflict-


resolution. Assertiveness, Leadership, Term bulling, Decision-making, Time
manangement.
Interview Techiques

. Preparing for job interviews, verbal and non-verbal communication during


interviews. Observation sessions and role-play techniques to be used to
demonstrate interview strategies.
5 Group Discussion

. Dynamics of group behavior, techniques for effective participation.


Term Work
Assignments:

. 2 assignments on communication topics.

. 3 assignments on report writing.

. 3 assignments on interpersonal skills.

. I class test
Distribution of oral marks will be as follows
Report on experiments : 15 Marks
Written test : 10 Marks
Total: 25 Marks
Oral
Practical sessions on group-discussion! interview skills! project presentation!
power point presentation.
-Text Books

. Organizational Behavior - Fred Luthans, McGraw Hill International edition.


. Report Writings for Business - Lesikar and Petit, Tata McGraw Hill
International edition.

.
McGraw Hill International edition.
Technical Writing and Professional Communication - Huckin and Olsen,
I
.
Thomson Learning.
Personal Development for Life and Work (Work book) - Wallace and Masters,
.
Reference Books
-
Effective Business Communication Hearta Murphy, McGraw Hill.

. -
International edition.
Essential of Negotation Lewicki, Saunders, Minton, McGraw Hill

.. Presentation
Kyo -
Kaczmark,Success Hartman Lemay, Thomason Learning.
McGraw Hill.
-
Business Communication Building Critical Skills Kitty O. Locker, Stephen
. Comdex Computer Course Kit - Vikas Gupta, IDG Books Pvt. Ltd.
. The Essential Manager's -
Mannual Heller and Handle, Dorleen Kindersley.
. The Sunday Times 'Creating Success Series' - 1. Develop Your Assertiveness,
2. Make Every Minute Count, 3. Successful Presentation Skills, 4. How To Motivate People,
5. Team Building.
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