Nagpur University Electronics and Telecom Eng Syllabus Part I
Nagpur University Electronics and Telecom Eng Syllabus Part I
Statistical analysis of measurement of errors, accuracy, Precision, types of errors, Fundamental and Derived units, conversion of units. Classification of standards: for mass, length, time, volume, frequency, temperature light intensity, electrical properties.
PMMC galvanometer, dc voltmeter, ammeter, multimeter, Watt-hour meter, three phase wattmeter, power factor meter instrument transformers. Measurement of low, medium & high resistance.
Bridges: Wheat stone, Kelvin, Max-well, Hay, Schering, Wienbridge. Potentiometers, Measurement of Inductance, Capacitance using AC Bridge.
Amplified dc meters, Ac voltmeter using rectifiers, True/RMS voltmeter, Electronics Multimeter, Digital Voltmeter, Component measuring instruments, Q-meter, RF power and voltage measurement.
Oscilloscopes: Block Diagram, CRT deflection system, delay line multiple trace, triggering, delayed sweep, digital storage oscilloscope.
Frequency, Time and Power measurement signal analysis.
(Practical based on above syllabus)
1. Electronics Instrumentation and Measurement Techniques by Copper and Helfrick, PHI Publications.
1. Electronics Instrumentation by Terman & Petil.
- Electronics Instrumentation by Kalsi (TMH Pub.)
- Electronics Measurement and Instrumentation by Oliver (TMH Pub.)
- Measurement Analysis by Earnest Frank.
- Electric Measurement and Measuring Instruments by Drydate and Jolley.
- Electric and Electronic Measurement and Measuring Instruments by Rama Bhadra (Khanna Pub.)
B.E. III Semester Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering Network Theory
Nodal and Mesh-Basis equilibrium equation, matrix approach for complicated Network containing voltage current-sources and reactances, source transformations, duality, Mesh basis equation for coupled circuits.
Network Theorems: Superposition, Reciprocity, Thevenin’s, Norton’s, Maximum Power transfer, compensation, Tellggen’s theorem as applied to A.C. circuits.
Trigonometric and exponential Fourier series, discrete spectra and symmetry of waveforms, steady state response of a Network to non-sinusoidal periodic inputs. Power factor, erective values, Fourier transforms and continuous spectra, three phase unbalance circuit and power calculations.
Laplace transforms and properties, partial fractions singularity functions, waveforms synthesis. Analysis of RC, RL and RLC networks with and without initial conditions with laplace transforms, Evaluation of initial conditions.
Transient behaviour, concept of complex frequency, driving points and transfers functions, poles and zeros of Immittance functions their properties, sinusoidal response from pole-zero locations, convolution theorem and integral solutions.
Two port Network parameters and inter-connections, Behaviour of series and parallel resonant circuits. Introductions to band pass, Low Pass, high pass and band reject filters.
1. Network Analysis: Van Velkenburg
- Linear Network Theory: Kelkar & Pandit
1. Network and System: D.P. Roychoudhary.
- Network Analysis: G.K. Mittal.
- Electrical Circuits: Del. Tore, Prantice Hall.
- Modern Network Analysis by Reza and Seely, McGraw Hill.
B.E. III Semester Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering C & Data Structure
Structure of C programs-Data Types storage classes, scope of variables, expressions and operators. UNIT-II:
Program Control Statements – for, if, while. Switch concept of function and recursion.
I/O through printf, scanf functions, files I/O Open., Close, read & write.
Arrays searching (Linear & Binary) Sorting (Bubble. Selection sort).
Pointers and Structures. Singly linked list Insertion, deletion, updation.
Study of following numerical methods with reference to algorithm development and error analysis.
– Newton Raphson Method
– Gauss Seidal Method
– Rung Kutta Method (Second Order)
(Practical Based on above syllabus.)
- ‘C’ programming language ANSI C- Kernighan and Rietohe.
- A textbook on Programming Languages C and C++ – Kakde and Deshpande.
- Introduction to numerical Methods – S.S. Shastri Prentice Hall India.
1. Venugopal: Pascal & C Programming (Tata McGraw Hill).
- Dale, Lilly: Pascal plus Data Structure (Tata McGraw Hill).
- Gottfried (Schaum series): Computer programming with ‘C’- McGraw Hill.
- Computer Algorithms: Rajaraman.
B.E. IV Semester Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering Applied Mathematics-IV
Numerical Methods: Error Analysis, Solution of algebraic and transcendental equations, method of false position, Newton-Raphson method and their convergence.System of Linear equations, Gauss elimination method, Gauss seidel method, Crouts method. Numerical solution of ordinary differential equation by Taylor’s series method, Rung Kutta methods, Euler modified method, Milne’s predictor corrector method.
The Z-Transform: Z-Transform, inverse Z-Transform, Relationship of the Fourier transform to Z-transform, Properties of Z- transform, Convolution of two sequences, Poles and Zeros, The inverse Z-transform by power series expansion, The inverse Z- transform form by partial fraction expansion, The one sided Z-transform: Definition and properties, Solution of Difference equations. UNIT-III:
Random Variable and Probability Distribution: Random variables: Discrete and continuous, probability density function, probability distribution function for discrete and continuous random variable joint distributions.
Mathematical Expectations: Definition of mathematical expectation, function of random variables, the variance and standard deviations, moment generating function other measures of central tendency and dispersion, Skewness and Kurtosis.
Probability Distributions: Bernoulli Distribution, Poisson distribution, Relation between Binomial and Poisson distribution. Normal distribution, Relation between Binomial and Normal distribution. The central limit theorem, Exponential distribution.
Special Functions and Series Solution: Series solution of differential equation by : Frobanius method, Bessel’s functions, Legendre’s polynomials, Recurrence relations, Rodrigu’s formula generating functions, orthogonal properties jn (x) and Pn (x).
1. Introductory methods of numerical analysis – S.S. Shastri.
- Higher Engineering mathematics- B.S. Grewal.
- Theory and Problems of Probability and statistics- R. Soiegal (McGraw Hill)
- Digital Signal Processing Principle, Algorithms and Applications- John Proakis, D.G. Manolakis, 2nd Edition.
Nagpur University Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering Syllabus