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  • COURSE HAND-OUT B.TECH. - SEMESTER III

    DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING

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    Department of EC, RSET 2

    RAJAGIRI SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY (RSET)

    VISION

    TO EVOLVE INTO A PREMIER TECHNOLOGICAL AND RESEARCH INSTITUTION,

    MOULDING EMINENT PROFESSIONALS WITH CREATIVE MINDS, INNOVATIVE

    IDEAS AND SOUND PRACTICAL SKILL, AND TO SHAPE A FUTURE WHERE

    TECHNOLOGY WORKS FOR THE ENRICHMENT OF MANKIND

    MISSION

    TO IMPART STATE-OF-THE-ART KNOWLEDGE TO INDIVIDUALS IN VARIOUS

    TECHNOLOGICAL DISCIPLINES AND TO INCULCATE IN THEM A HIGH DEGREE

    OF SOCIAL CONSCIOUSNESS AND HUMAN VALUES, THEREBY ENABLING

    THEM TO FACE THE CHALLENGES OF LIFE WITH COURAGE AND CONVICTION

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    DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING (EC), RSET

    VISION

    TO EVOLVE INTO A CENTRE OF EXCELLENCE IN ELECTRONICS AND

    COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING, MOULDING PROFESSIONALS HAVING

    INQUISITIVE, INNOVATIVE AND CREATIVE MINDS WITH SOUND PRACTICAL

    SKILLS WHO CAN STRIVE FOR THE BETTERMENT OF MANKIND

    MISSION

    TO IMPART STATE-OF-THE-ART KNOWLEDGE TO STUDENTS IN ELECTRONICS

    AND COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING AND TO INCULCATE IN THEM A HIGH

    DEGREE OF SOCIAL CONSCIOUSNESS AND A SENSE OF HUMAN VALUES,

    THEREBY ENABLING THEM TO FACE CHALLENGES WITH COURAGE AND

    CONVICTION

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    B.TECH PROGRAMME

    PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEOs)

    1. Graduates shall have sound knowledge of the fundamental and advanced concepts of

    electronics and communication engineering to analyze, design, develop and

    implement electronic systems or equipment.

    2. Graduates shall apply their knowledge and skills in industrial, academic or research

    career with creativity, commitment and social consciousness.

    3. Graduates shall work in a team as a member or leader and adapt to the changes taking

    place in their field through sustained learning.

    PROGRAMME OUTCOMES (POs)

    Graduates will be able to

    a. Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science engineering fundamentals and Electronics and Communication engineering for solving complex engineering problems.

    b. Design and conduct experiments, analyse and interpret data in the field of electronics, communication and allied engineering.

    c. Design electronics or communication systems, components or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as public health and safety, economic, environmental and societal considerations.

    d. Function effectively as an individual and as a member or leader of a multi-disciplinary, diverse team to accomplish a common goal.

    e. Demonstrate an ability to identify, formulate and solve engineering problems.

    f. Acquire and practice the knowledge of professional and ethical responsibilities.

    g. Communicate effectively with a range of audiences in the society.

    h. Acquire the broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions on individuals, organizations, and society.

    i. Engage in lifelong learning to keep abreast with changing technology and practices.

    j. Acquire knowledge of contemporary issues in Electronics and Communication Engineering.

    k. Use modern engineering tools, software and equipment to analyze and model complex engineering solutions.

    l. Demonstrate the knowledge of project and management skills to estimate the requirements and to manage projects in multidisciplinary environments.

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    INDEX

    1. Semester Plan 6 2. Assignment Schedule 7 3. Scheme 8 4. Engineering Mathematics II 9

    4.1. Course Information Sheet 10 4.2. Course Plan 14

    5. Economics and Communication Skills 16 5.1. Course Information Sheet 17 5.2. Course Plan 23

    6. Network Theory 25 6.1. Course Information Sheet 26 6.2. Course Plan 30

    7. Solid State Devices 33 7.1. Course Information Sheet 34 7.2. Course Plan 38

    8. Analog Circuits I 41 8.1. Course Information Sheet 42 8.2. Course Plan 46

    9. Computer Programming 49 9.1. Course Information Sheet 50 9.2. Course Plan 53

    10. Analog Circuits Lab 55 10.1. Course Information Sheet 56 10.2. Course Plan 59

    11. Programming Lab 60 11.1. Course Information Sheet 61 11.2. Course Plan 66

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    Semester II

    1. SEMESTER PLAN

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    6

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    2. ASSIGNMENT SCHEDULE

    Week Assignment 1 Assignment 2

    4 EC010 301A EC010 302

    5 EC010 303 EC010 304

    6 EC010 305 EC010 306

    7 EC010 301A EC010 302

    8 EC010 303 EC010 304

    9 EC010 305 EC010 306

    10 EC010 301A EC010 302

    11 EC010 303 EC010 304

    12 EC010 305 EC010 306

    13 EC010 301A EC010 302

    14 EC010 303 EC010 304

    15 EC010 305 EC010 306

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    3. SCHEME: B.TECH 3rd SEMESTER (Electronics & Communication Engineering)

    Mahatma Gandhi University Revised Scheme for B.Tech Syllabus Revision 2010

    Code Subject Hours/Week Marks End-Sem

    duration hours

    Credits L T P/D Inter-nal

    End-Sem

    EN010 301A Engineering Mathematics II

    2 2 - 50 100 3 4

    EN010 302

    Economics and Communication Skills

    2 2 - 50 100 3 4

    (3+1)

    EC010 303 Network Theory 2 2 - 50 100 3 4 EC010 304 Solid State Devices 3 1 - 50 100 3 4 EC010 305 Analog Circuits I 3 1 - 50 100 3 4 EC010 306 Computer Programming 3 1 - 50 100 3 4 EC010 307 Analog Circuits Lab - - 3 50 100 3 2 EC010 308 Programming Lab - - 3 50 100 3 2 Total 15 9 6 28

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    4. EC010 301A

    ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS II

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    4.1.COURSE INFORMATION SHEET

    PROGRAMME:ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING

    DEGREE: BTECH

    COURSE: ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS II

    SEMESTER: S3 CREDITS: 4

    COURSE CODE: EN010301A REGULATION: 2010

    COURSE TYPE: CORE /ELECTIVE / BREADTH/ S&H

    COURSE AREA/DOMAIN: MATHEMATICS

    CONTACT HOURS: 3+1 (TUTORIAL) HOURS/WEEK.

    CORRESPONDING LAB COURSE CODE (IF ANY): NIL

    LAB COURSE NAME: NIL

    SYLLABUS: UNIT DETAILS HOURS

    I MODULE 1 Vector differential calculus ( 12 hours) Scalar and vector fields gradient-physical meaning- directional derivative-divergence an curl - physical meaning-scalar potential conservative field- identities - simple problems

    12

    II MODULE 2 Vector integral calculus ( 12 hours) Line integral - work done by a force along a path-surface and volume integral-application of Greens theorem, Stokes theorem and Gauss divergence theorem

    12

    III MODULE 3 Finite differences ( 12 hours) Finite difference operators and - interpolation using Newtons forward and backward formula problems using Stirlings formula, Lagranges formula and Newtons divided difference formula

    12

    IV MODULE 4 Difference Calculus ( 12 hours) Numerical differentiation using Newtons forward and backward formula Numerical integration Newtons cotes formula Trapezoidal rule Simpsons 1/3rd and 3/8th rule Difference equations solution of difference equation

    12

    V MODULE 5 Z transforms ( 12 hours) Definition of Z transforms transform of polynomial function and trignometric functions shifting property , convolution property - inverse transformation solution of 1st and 2nd order difference equations with constant coifficients using Z transforms.

    12

    TOTAL HOURS 60

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    TEXT/REFERENCE BOOKS: T/R BOOK TITLE/AUTHORS/PUBLICATION

    Reference 1. Erwin Kreyszing Advance Engg. Mathematics Wiley Eastern Ltd. 2. B.S. Grewal Higher Engg. Mathematics - Khanna Publishers 3. B.V. Ramana - Higher Engg. Mathematics McGraw Hill 4. K Venkataraman- Numerical methods in science and Engg -National publishing co 5. S.S Sastry - Introductory methods of Numerical Analysis -PHI 6. T.Veerarajan and T.Ramachandran- Numerical Methods- McGraw Hill 7. Babu Ram Engg. Mathematics -Pearson. 8. H.C.Taneja Advanced Engg. Mathematics Vol I I.K.International

    COURSE PRE-REQUISITES: C.CODE COURSE NAME DESCRIPTION SEM

    1 Higher Secondary Level Mathematics

    2 Engineering Mathematics I COURSE OBJECTIVES: To apply standard methods and basic numerical techniques for solving problems and to know the importance of learning theories in Mathematics.

    COURSE OUTCOMES: SNO DESCRIPTION PO

    MAPPING

    1 Students will develop a thorough knowledge of Vector differential calculus and Vector integral calculus.

    a, b, e, h

    2 Students will be able to develop Difference calculus using Numerical methods.

    a, b, e, h

    3 Students will be able to use Z transforms to solve first and second order difference equations with constant coefficients.

    a, b, e, h

    4. Students will be able to understand engineering problems and modeling it using vect