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One batch of practical consists of 10 students 5. Fundamentals of Semiconductor Devices Unit I: Optoelectronic Devices Photovoltaic effect, the p-n junction solar cell, I-V characteristics, photodetectors: Introduction to Semiconductor Materials and Devices: Physics of Semiconductor Devices: Sze, Wiley eastern Publ. Solid State Electronic Devices: Digital Design and Applications Unit I: Analysis and Design of Sequential circuits: State diagrams, characteristic equations of different flip-flops, conversion from one type to another type of flip flops, Mealy and Moore models, design of a sequence detector, minimization of states, design of counters with lockout prevention; Asynchronous sequential circuits; ripple counters, detection and removal of races and hazards Unit III: Implementation of Logic circuits Combinational: Design of circuits using multiplexers 3.
Design of circuits using a decoder and gates. Design of circuits using PLA 5. Design of binary comparator circuit 6. Design of Ripple counter using TFFs 8. Design of sequence detector circuits 9.
Design of pulse gulper circuit Digital Principles and Applications: Roth, Jaico Publishers, New Delhi 5. Bhaskar, Pearson Education, New Delhi 7. Advanced Microprocessors Unit I: Palan, Tech-Max Publication, Pune 3. Design, Programming and Interfacing: John Uffenbeck, Pearson Education 5. John Uffenbeck, Pearson Education 8. Programming in C Unit I: Data types Basics of programming algorithms, flow charts, pseudo codes; Structure of a C program, compilers, assembler, interpreters; C character set, constants, variables and keywords, types of constants and variables; type declaration and arithmetic instructions, Integer and float conversions; operators in C, hierarchy of operators, Input-Output statements in C Formatted and Unformattedtools for programming in C data types, data storage, data access, operators, associativity of operators, operator precedence Unit II: Control structure Decision control structures- if, if-else, nested if, nested if-else, else-if ladder, switch-case; Loop control structures while, do-while, for loop, Break statement, Continue statement Unit III: Arrays, functions, Structures and Unions Arrays and strings; One- dimensional, Two dimensional and multidimensional array, various string operations; Function definition and prototyping, types of functions, type of arguments, recursion, passing arrays to functions, passing structures to functions, storage class in C; Structure and union: Pointers and file handling Pointers: Minimum 20 practicals covering file handling for various data types, sorting and searching, printer port access for input-output, serial port access, interfacing of character display 5×7 Books: C Programming – C.
Embedded Systems and Applications Unit I: Microcontrollers Introduction to embedded systems, classifications, processor in the system, microcontroller, introduction: Interfacing of keyboard with microcontroller 2. Interfacing of LCD 16×2 3.
Interfacing of stepper motor 5. Interfacing of ADC 6. Interfacing of DAC 7. Designing of temperature data logger interfaced with PC through serial port 8. Interfacing of 2 microcontrollers using serial port 9.
Design of simple robotic system Books: Architecture, programming and Design: Reis, Prentice Hall Inc. Mike Predko, MGH 3. Gargivis, John Wiley and Sons 5.
An Introduction to Process Tools and Techniques: Berger, CMP Books 6. Tzafestas, Marcel Dekkar Inc. Control, Sensing, Vision and Intelligence: Biomedical Instrumentation Unit I: Basic Principles of Biomedical Electronics Bioelectrical signals, distribution of electrical potentials in different parts of the body, their magnitude and relationship to the physical status, processing of bio-electronic signals, different transducers datasheef data acquisition; man-instrument system, biometrics Unit II: Recording Systems General consideration of electronic recording: Oscilloscopes- long persistence, memory facility, multi-channel displays, flat panel displays, touch screens Unit III: Patient Safety and imaging techniques Electronic shock hazards in biomedical instrumentation, Leakage current; grounding techniques; patient monitoring systems: Design and study of op-amp based EEG signal amplifier.
Design and study of electronic stethoscope 3. Design and study of body temperature measuring system. Design and study of respiratory rate measuring system 5. Design and study of arm pressure measuring system 6. Design of digital heart rate measuring system Books: Dac089 of Biomedical Instrumentation R.
Computers in medicine R. Introduction to Biomedical Equipment Technology: Computer Organisation and Interfacing Unit I: Study of parallel port interfacing accessing 3. Interfacing of 5×7 display for character display 5.
Computer Organisation and Architecture: Virtual Instrumentation Unit I: Processing and Analysis tool kits Control design and simulation tools, PID control, digital filter design and modulation tool kits, simulation of ECG signal, motion control systems, prototyping with Motion Assistant Practicals: Data acquisition using virtual instrumentation from temperature transducer 2. Data acquisition using virtual instrumentation from pressure transducer 3.
Stepper motor control using virtual instrument. Creation of CRO using virtual instrument 5. Design of digital multi-meter using virtual instrument 6. Design of variable function generator using virtual instrument 7.
Creation of digital temperature controller using virtual instrument 8. Machine vision concepts using virtual instrument Books: Network Analysis and Synthesis Unit I: Network Analysis Mesh analysis, mesh equations, super-mesh analysis, nodal analysis, nodal equations, source transformation technique, state variable analysis Unit II: Laplace Transform and Properties Laplace transformation, properties of Laplace transforms, partial fraction expansion, Heaviside s expansion theorem: Network Functions and synthesis Techniques One-port and two-port networks, poles and zeors of network functions, time domain behavior from the pole zero plot; stability of active networks, Hurwitz polynomials, positive real functions, Ruth- Hurwitz array and R-H criteria, Foster and Cauer methods of synthesis of RC and LC networks Books: Fuzzy sets and Membership functions Fuzzy set operations, properties of fuzzy sets, fuzzy relations, features of the membership function, Lambda cuts, De-Fuzzification methods Unit – II: Extension principle, Approximate reasoning, Representing set of rules, fuzzy rule-based systems.
Associative memories and self organizing networks: Fuzzy Logic with Engineering Applications: Ross, McGraw Hill, Inc. Neural Networks, A comprehensive Foundation: Skapura, Pearson Education Asia 2. Introduction to Artificial Neural Systems: Digital signal Processing Unit I: Discrete-time Signals and Systems Discrete time signals, basic sequences and sequence operations, D-T systems, moving average, time-invariance, linearity, causality, stability criterion, properties of linear time-invariant systems; Linear convolution, linear constant-coefficient difference equations Unit II: The z-transform Definition, region of convergence RoCpole zero plot and region of convergence, properties of region of convergence, the inverse z-transform, power series expansion, z-transform properties Unit III: Study of some discrete- time signals 2.
Design and study of some FIR filters 3. Study of triangular and Blackman windows. Design of FIR filters using windowing technique 5. Design of filters based on pole-zero placements 6.