II 4th Semester DRAFT FOR CURRICULAR STRUCTURE AND

II 4th Semester DRAFT FOR CURRICULAR STRUCTURE AND
PART –– II
4th Semester
DRAFT FOR
CURRICULAR STRUCTURE
AND SYLLABI OF
FULL-TIME DIPLOMA COURSES IN
ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS
ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY
WEST BENGAL STATE COUNCIL OF TECHNICAL EDUCATION
(A Statutory Body under West Bengal Act XXI of 1995) “Kolkata Karigori Bhavan”, 2nd Floor, 110
S. N. Banerjee Road, Kolkata – 700013
Further suggestion may be submitted to the syllabus committee. List of the coordinators for the
branch of Diploma in Electrical & Electronics Engineering are:
 Sri Ashim Kumar Manna
Mobile:8902701784
 Sri Swarup Kar
Mobile:9433689007
 Sri Pinaki Ranjan Paul
Mobile:9433130215
 Sri Anup Sarkar
Mobile:9433521132
 Sri Swarup Kayal
Mobile:9433164470
WEST BENGAL STATE COUNCIL OF TECHNICAL EDUCATION
TEACHING AND EXAMINATION SCHEME FOR DIPLOMA IN ENGINEERING COURSES
COURSE NAME:
FULL TIME DIPLOMA IN ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING
DURATION OF COURSE: 6 SEMESTERS
SEMESTER: FOURTH
BRANCH: ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING
SR.
SUBJECT
CREDITS
NO.
PERIODS
L
1.
Electrical
2.
TU
EVALUATION SCHEME
INTERNAL
PR
SCHEME
TA
CT
Total
@TW
ESE
PR
Total
Marks
3
3
-
.-
10
20
30
70
-
-
100
Analog Electronics –II
3
3
-
-
10
20
30
70
-
-
100
3.
Consumer Electronics
3
3
-
-
10
20
30
70
-
-
100
4.
Digital Electronics
3
3
-
-
10
20
30
70
-
-
100
5.
Power Plant Engineering
3
3
10
20
30
70
100
3
3
10
20
30
70
100
1
-
-
2
-
-
-
-
50
1
-
-
2
-
-
-
-
50
1
-
-
2
-
-
-
-
50
1
-
-
2
-
-
-
-
50
6.
7.
Machines-II
Analog & Digital
Communication
Electrical
Machines-II
Laboratory
8.
Analog Electronics-II
Laboratory
9.
Consumer Electronics
Laboratory
10. Digital Electronics Lab
11. Analog & Digital
Communication Lab
12. Development of Life Skill-II
Laboratory
13. Professional Practice – II
Total
1
2
-
50
-
50
-
50
-
50
50
2
1
-
2
-
-
1
-
-
2
-
-
26
19
-
14
60
120
50
-
-
50
50
-
-
-
50
50
180
420
300
50
950
STUDENT CONTACT HOURS PER WEEK:33 hrs, (Teaching-15 weeks + Internal Exam-2 weeks )
THEORY AND PRACTICAL PERIODS OF 60 MINUTES EACH
ABBREVIATIONS: L- Lecture, TU- Tutorials, PR- Practical, TA- Teachers Assessment, CT- Class Test, ESE- End Semester
Exam
TA: Attendance & surprise quizzes = 6 marks, Assignment & group discussion = 4 marks.
Total Marks : 950
Minimum passing for Sessional marks is 40%, and for theory subject 40%.
Assessment of Practical, Oral & term work to be done as per the prevailing norms of curriculum implementation & assessment.
.
Name of the course: Electrical Machine – II
Course Code: EEE/EM/S4
Semester: Fourth
Duration: One Semester (Teaching - 15
Maximum Marks: 100 Marks
weeks + Internal Exam-2 weeks )
Teaching Scheme:
Examination Scheme
Theory: 3 contact hrs./ week
Class Test (Internal Examination): 20 Marks
Tutorial:
Teacher’s Assessment (Attendance, Assignment & interaction): 10
Marks
Practical:3 contact hours/ week
End Semester Examination: 70 Marks
Credit: 3 ( Theory )+ 1(Practical)
Practical: 50 Marks
Rationale:
Sl. No.
Students will be able to analyze the performance of 3-phase and single phase A.C motors and 3-phase
1.
Alternators both qualitatively and quantitatively.
These machines are used widely in various Industries and Power plants. So knowledge gained by the
2.
students will be helpful in their job in industry and power plants.
Objectives:
Student will be able to:
•
•
•
•
•
•
Interpret the constructional details & working principles of A.C motors & generators.
Test A.C motors & generators.
Evaluate the performance of A.C machines by conducting different tests.
Decide the suitability of AC machines for particular purpose.
Write specifications of A.C motor & generators as required.
Operate AC motor & generators as per requirement.
Pre-Requisite:
•
•
Three phase & single phase A.C fundamentals, Electromagnetism.
Basic electronics engineering.
Content (Name of topic)
Periods
Marks
13
24
Group-A
Unit 1
Three-Phase Induction Motor:
1.1 Construction of 3-phase induction motor.
1.2 Production of rotating magnetic field.
1.3 Working principle of 3-phase induction motor.
1.4 Concept of Synchronous Speed & Slip.
1.5 Equation of rotor induced emf, current, frequency, reactance &
impedance under standstill and running condition. (Numerical)
1.6 Vector diagram (at no-load & running condition).
1.7 Concept of Equivalent circuit (at no-load, at blocked rotor and at running
condition).(No Numerical)
1.8 Derivation of Torque equation, Starting torque, Running torque,
Maximum torque and condition for maximum torque. (Numerical)
1.9 Torque- Slip characteristics, Effect of change in rotor circuit resistance
and supply voltage on Torque-Slip characteristics.
1.10 Power stages in 3-phase induction motor and their relation, Losses,
Efficiency. (Numerical)
1.11 Starting methods of 3-phase induction motor by–
a) Rotor resistance starter.
b) Direct -On-Line starter.
c) Autotransformer starter.
d) Star-Delta starter (Manual & Automatic).(Numerical for all
starter)
1.12 Speed control of 3-phase induction motor by –
a) Changing supply frequency.
b) Pole changing method.
c) Changing Rotor circuit resistance & stator reactance.
d) Changing supply voltage.
1.13 Braking of 3-phase induction motor by –
a) Plugging.
b) Rheostatic method.
c) Regenerative method.
1.14 Cogging & Crawling (simple idea)
1.15 Concept of Double cage rotor & Deep-bar rotor.
1.16 Motor enclosures and specification as per I.S Code.
1.17 Industrial applications of 3-phase induction motor.
Unit 2
Alternator:
2.1 Construction of 3-phase alternator, Description of salient & non-salient
rotor.
2.2 Methods of excitation systems of 3-phase alternator by –
a) Static excitation.
b) Brushless excitation.
c) DC generator.
2.3 Advantages of Stationary armature and Rotating field system.
2.4 Armature winding – Single layer and multilayer, Concentrated and
Distributed (Concept only).
2.5 Derivation of E.M.F. equation of 3-phase alternator, Effect of Coil span
factor and Distribution factor on emf, Winding factor. (Numerical)
2.6 Factors affecting the terminal voltage of alternator –
a) Armature resistive drop
b) Leakage reactance drop.
c) Armature reaction at various p.f, concept of Synchronous
reactance.
2.7 Phasor diagrams of cylindrical rotor alternator at lagging, leading &
unity p.f. loads.
13
24
2.8 Voltage regulation of 3-phase alternator by – (Numerical)
a) Synchronous Impedance Method.
2.9 Open circuit characteristics, Short circuit characteristics of alternator
and determination of synchronous reactance.
2.10 Active & Reactive power equations in terms of load angle at steady
state for non-salient pole alternator.
2.11 Steady-state characteristics of Alternator –
a) Terminal voltage vs. Load current, at different p.f,
b) Field current vs. Load current at different p.f,
c) Active & Reactive Power vs. load angle (non-salient alternator).
2.12 Short circuit ratio (SCR) – concept & significance.
2.13 Method of control of Active & Reactive Power of an alternator.
2.14 Reasons & advantages of Parallel operation.
2.15 Synchronization of two or more alternators by a) Three lamps method.
b) Synchroscope.
2.16 Parallel operation of (i) an alternator & infinite bus and (ii) Between two
alternators & Load sharing between them.(Numerical)
Unit 3
Synchronous Motor:
08
08
5
8
6
6
45
70
3.1 Construction and working principle.
3.2 Methods of starting by –
a) An auxiliary motor.
b) Damper winding.
3.3 Effect of variation of Load – Speed vs. Torque characteristics.
3.4 Effect of variation of excitation at infinite bus (over and under excitation)
– V curves & inverted V-curves.
3.5 Hunting, George’s phenomenon.
3.6 Applications of synchronous motor, Synchronous condenser.
Unit 4
Single phase motors:
4.1 Double-revolving field theory.
4.2 Construction, Principle of operation and Applications of different types
of single-ph Induction motors –
a) Split phase (resistance) type.
b) Capacitor start type.
c) Capacitor run type.
d) Shaded pole motors.
Unit 5
Special Machines:
5.1 Linear induction motor.
5.2 Induction generator.
5.3 A.C series motor.
5.4 Reluctance Motor.
TOTAL
Practical:
Skills to be developed:
Intellectual skills:
1. Analytical skills.
2. Identification skills.
Motor skills:
1. Measurement (of parameters) skills.
2. Connection (of machine terminals) skills.
Sl.
List of Practical: (At least Five Experiments are to be performed)
No.
1.
a) To measure the slip of 3-phase induction motor by – (i) Stroboscopic method, (ii) Tachometer.
b) To reverse the direction of rotation of 3-phase induction motor.
2.
To perform No-load test and Blocked-rotor test on 3-phase induction motor & draw the equivalent
circuit from the two tests.
3.
To perform the load test on 3-phase induction motor and to study the performance characteristics
of the motor.
4.
To control the speed of 3-phase Induction motor by– (i) Frequency changing method, (ii)
Pole-changing method.
5.
To start a 3-phase Slip-ring induction motor by rotor resistance starter and determine the effect of
the rotor resistance on the torque-speed curves of an induction motor.
6.
To observe the effect of excitation and speed on induced e.m.f of a 3-phase alternator and plot
the O.C.C. of the alternator.
7.
To find the percentage regulation of 3-phase alternator by synchronous impedance method at
various power factor and load.
8.
To synchronise two 3-phase alternator for parallel operation by - a) Three lamp method, b)
Synchroscope & to study the sharing of load between the alternators.
9.
To list and explain various starting methods of 3-phase synchronous motor and applying any one
of them to start the synchronous motor. Plot V-curve & inverted V-curve of the same motor.
10.
To study the effect of capacitor on the starting and running condition of a single-phase Induction
motor, and to determine the method of reversing the direction of rotation.
EXAMINATION
GROUP
UNIT
S C H E M E (THEORITICAL)
ONE OR TWO SENTENCE ANSWER
SUBJECTIVE QUESTIONS
QUESTIONS
TO BE
SET
TO BE
MARKS
ANSWERE
PER
D
QUESTION
TOTAL
MARKS
TO BE
SET
TO BE
ANSWERED
A
1, 4,5
12
FIVE
FIVE, TAKING
MARKS PER
TOTAL
QUESTION
MARKS
B
2,3,6
11
TWENTY
ONE
1 X 20
FOU
AT LEAST
= 20
R
TWO FROM
TEN
10 X 5
= 50
EACH GROUP
Note: Paper-setter should take into account the marks which have
been allotted in each unit and set the paper accordingly so that all units
get the importance as allotted.
EXAMINATION
1.
S C H E M E (SESSIONAL)
Continuous Internal Assessment of 25 marks is to be carried out by the teachers
throughout the Fourth Semester. Distribution of marks: Performance of Job – 15,
Notebook (Drawing) – 10.
2.
External Assessment of 25 marks shall be held at the end of the Fourth Semester on
the entire syllabus. One Experiment per student from any one of the above is to be
performed. Experiment is to be set by lottery system. Distribution of marks: On spot
job – 20, Viva-voce – 5.
Name of the course: Analog Electronics-II
Course Code: EEE/AE1I/S4
Semester: Fourth
Duration: One Semester (Teaching - 15
Maximum Marks: 100 Marks
weeks + Internal Exam-2 weeks )
Teaching Scheme:
Examination Scheme
Theory: 3 contact hrs./ week
Class Test (Internal Examination): 20 Marks
Tutorial:
Teacher’s Assessment (Attendance, Assignment & interaction): 10
Marks
Practical: 2 contact hours/ week
End Semester Examination: 70 Marks
Credit: 3 ( Theory )+ 1(Practical)
Practical: 50 Marks
Rationale:
The physical world is inherently analog.
Objectives:
The student will be able to
1.
describe an operational amplifier,
2.
explain how its operation in a circuit depends on certain parameters,
3.
recognize various op-amp circuit and its applications,
4.
be familiar with microelectronic technology,
5.
observe, measure and record various types of waveforms through the use of applicable measuring instruments
and perform essential tests, diagnosis & repairs.
Content (Name of topic)
Periods
Marks
Group-A
Unit 1
Tuned Amplifier
1.1
Unit 2
Circuit operation of single tuned, double tuned and stagger tuned amplifiers
Feedback Amplifier
2.1
3
6
Basic idea of positive and negative feedback – Effect of negative feedback on
gain, gain stability, distortion, noise, bandwidth, phase shift, input and output
impedances
2.2
Voltage and current, series and shunt feedback
2.3
Performance of emitter follower circuit – Calculation of gain and input &
output impedances – Darlington pair
Unit 3
Operational Amplifier
3.1
Circuit operation of differential amplifier – single & double ended
3.2
INTRODUCTION TO OPERATIONAL AMPLIFIER: Inverting and non-inverting mode
12
and their gain calculation – Common mode rejection ratio – Bias current –
Offset voltage and current – Slew rate – Open loop and closed loop gain –
Input and output impedance – Frequency response and virtual ground
3.3
APPLICATIONS OF OPAMP: Adder – Subtractor – Voltage Follower – Integrator
– Differentiator – Comparator – Schmitt Trigger – Voltage Limiter – Log
Amplifier – Clipper – Clamper
3.4
Concept of Active Filter
Group B
Unit 4
Oscillator
4.1
Concept of oscillation – Barkhausen criteria
4.2
Operation of following oscillators: —
6
a) tuned collector, b) Hartley, c) Colpitt, d) Wein-bridge, e) Phase Shift, and, f)
Crystal.
Unit 5
Relaxation Oscillator
5.1
Operation of monostable, astable and bistable multivibrator with waveforms
5.2
Schmitt trigger circuits
5.3
IC-555, internal block diagram and pin function, construction of different
4
multivibrators with IC-555
Group-C
Unit 6
Sweep Circuits
6.1
4
Fundamentals of sweep circuit operation – Difference between voltage time
base generator and current time base generator
6.2
Unit 7
Operation of Miller and Bootstrap circuits – Applications of Sweep Circuits.
Microelectronics Technology
7.1
Advantages of ICs over discrete elements
7.2
TYPES OF ICS: Linear and Digital – Monolithic and Hybrid
7.3
PLANAR TECHNOLOGY: Crystal growth of wafer – Epitaxial growth –
Oxidation – Photolithography – Chemical etching – Diffusion – Ion
implantation and metallisation (ideas only)
7.4
Fabrication of BJT, diode, resistor and capacitor (salient features), Fabrication
10
of NMOS, PMOS & CMOS
45
TOTAL
Contents Practical
Skills to be developed: On satisfactory completion of the course, the students should be in a position to design few
fundamental networks.
Intellectual Skills:
1. Interpret the results
2. Verify the tables
List of Practical: Any EIGHT
Suggested List of Laboratory Experiments
Sl. No.
1.
To determine the frequency response characteristics of a tuned amplifier.
2.
To determine the frequency characteristics of a negative feedback amplifier and compare with that of an
amplifier without feedback.
3.
To study the waveforms and measure the frequency of : —
a) Wien bridge, b) Hartley, c) Colpitt, d) tuned collector, e) RC phase shift, and, f) crystal oscillator
circuit.
4.
To study the waveform of UJT as relaxation oscillator.
5.
To study the characteristics of IC555 timer connected as:
a) astable multivibrator, b) monostable multivibrator.
6.
To observe the waveform at the input and output of clipping circuits in different clipping configuration.
7.
To study the operation of positive and negative clamper circuit.
8.
To study the characteristic parameters of differential amplifier in single ended and double ended versions: —
a) input impedance, b) common mode voltage gain, c) differential mode voltage gain, d) CMRR.
9.
To determine the following characteristics of op-amp: —
a) input offset voltage, b) slew rate, c) non-inverting gain, d) inverting gain.
10. To study the following applications of op-amp using IC741: —
a) adder, b) subtractor, c) differentiator, d) integrator, and, e) voltage follower
Examination scheme (Theoretical):
A). Internal Examination: Marks- 20
C) Teacher’s Assessment: Marks- 10
B). End Semester Examination: Marks-70
(i) Marks on Attendance: Marks-05
(ii)Assignments & Interaction: Marks- 05
EXAMINATION
S C H E M E (SESSIONAL)
Name of Subject: Analog Electronics-II Laboratory
Full Marks-50
Subject Code: ETCE/ LAEII/ S4
1. Continuous Internal Assessment of 25 marks is to be carried out by the teachers
throughout the 4th
10.
Semester. Distribution of marks: Performance of Job – 15, Notebook –
2. External Assessment of 50 marks shall be held at the end of the 4th Semester on the entire
syllabus. One experiment per student from any one of the above is to be performed. Experiment
is to be set by lottery system. Distribution of marks: On spot job – 35, Viva-voce – 15.
Note 1 : Teacher’s assessment will be based on performance on given assignments & quizzes.
Note 2 : Assignments may be given on all the topics covered on the syllabus.
Sl. No.
Name of the Author
Title of the Book
1.
Boylestad & Nashalsky
2.
David A. Bell
3.
Anil K. Maini
4.
Chattopadhyay & Rakhshit
5.
Electronic Devices and Circuits
Electronic Devices and Circuits
Name of the Publisher
Pearsons Eduction
Oxford University Press
Electronics Devices and circuits
Ramesh Babu
Basic Electronic & Linear Circuits
Wiley
New Age International
Electronic Devices & Circuits
Scitech
6.
Shredhra Smith
Microelectronics
Oxford University Press
7.
Sanjay Sharma
Electronics Devices and circuits
S K Kataria and sons
8.
J B Gupta
Electronics Devices and circuits
S K Kataria and sons
9.
S. Salivanan
Electronic Devices and Circuits
Tata McGraw-Hill
10.
Malvino
Electronic Principles
Tata McGraw-Hill
11.
Milman & Halkias
Integrated Electronics
Tata McGraw-Hill
12.
Gayakwad
13.
Ganesh Babu
Linear Integrated Circuits
SCITECH
14.
Mottershed
Electronic Devices and Circuits
Prentice Hall of India, N. Delhi
15.
Bhargava
Basic Electronic & Linear Circuits
Tata McGraw-Hill
16.
Sahadeb
Electronic Principle
Dhanpat Rai & Sons
17.
Rashid
Microelectronics
Wiley
18.
M.L. Anand
Electronics Devices and Circuits
S.K. Kataria and sons
19.
Dr. T. Thygrajan
Basic Electronics
SCITECH
20.
Subhadeep Chowdhury
Fundamentals of Electronics
Paragon Publisher
21.
Premsingh Jakhar
Basic Electronics
Dhanpat Rai Publishing Co
22.
OP Amp and Linear Integrated Circuits
Maitreyi Ray Kanjilal
Analog Electronics Circuits
Prentice Hall of India, N. Delhi
JBBL
Name of the course: Consumer Electronics
Course Code: EEE/ CONSUMER/ S4
Semester: Fourth
Duration: One Semester (Teaching - 15 weeks +
Maximum Marks: 100 Marks
Internal Exam-2 weeks )
Teaching Scheme:
Examination Scheme
Theory: 3 contact hrs./ week
Class Test (Internal Examination): 20 Marks
Tutorial:
Teacher’s Assessment (Attendance, Assignment & interaction):
10 Marks
Practical: 2 contact hours/ week
End Semester Examination: 70 Marks
Credit: 3 ( Theory )+ 1(Practical)
Practical: 50 Marks
Rationale:
This course is designed to provide required knowledge and skills in the communication systems such as
microphone and loudspeakers. Revolution in electronics technology has brought radical changes in Audio & Video
system in the recent years and the state of art will enable the students to comprehend, the fact, concept, working
principle and its application. The knowledge so gathered by the students will help them to be familiar with designing
concepts and repairing of audio & video system.
The low cost video system VCR, cameras have brought about video revolution in the field of home
entertainment, education, training, advertising and electronic newsgathering. Dramatic developments in flat panel
display, reduction in the cost of image scanning system, LCD display and integrated subsystems is going to affect our
communication capabilities and life-style in a big way.
Objectives:
The student will be able to:
•
Understand the basic concept dealing with the operations of microphone, loudspeakers and Stereo phonic
system;
•
Understand the basic concepts dealing with the operation of B/W TV circuits, Colour TV circuits, CD player
mechanism & fault finding in CD player with advance technique MP3 player & DVD unit.
•
This will also touch the advance topic of the plasma LCD Television system & flat panel display.
•
Learn the comparison of
•
Understand the principle of DTH, and HDTV.
•
Discuss the principle of CCD & remote control.
NTSC, PAL, and SECAM system.
Content (Name of topic)
Periods
Group-A
Unit 1
5
Microphone
1.1 Discuss the characteristics of Microphones (Sensitivity, Frequency
Response, Output Impedance, Distortion, Directivity)
1.2 Discuss the Principle of operation, construction,
of
Advantages and
disadvantages of Carbon Microphone –– Capacitance Microphone ––
Moving Coil Microphone - Wireless Microphone.
Unit 2
Loud Speaker
6
2.1 Constructions and working principles of Moving Coil Loudspeaker –
Impedance and Power Level of loudspeaker
2.2 Frequency response of Practical Loudspeakers: Woofer, Tweeter, Squawker
– Loudspeaker Enclosure
Unit 3
5
Stereos
3.1 Explain the concept of monophonic & stereo phonic sound system.
3.2 DETAILS OF STEREO COMPONENTS: Tone control, Bass, Treble, Balance &
Control – Crossover Networks – Graphic Equalizer – Noise Reduction
Techniques
Unit 4
Advanced Sound Systems
6
Marks
4.1 Basic principles of Magnetic Recording, Playback.
4.2 Basic principles of digital recording & block diagram of MP3 player &
Explanation.
Group-B
Unit 5
10
Black and White TV System
5.1.State and explain the following terms.
5.1.1 Aspect ratio.
5.1.2 Flicker.
5.1.3 Resolution.
5.1.4 Video bandwidth.
5.1.5 Interlaced scanning.
5.1.6 Composite video signal, discuss horizontal & vertical sync.
5.2 Working principle with block diagram of TV transmitter and receiver
5.3 Brief description with circuit diagram: TV Tuner – Video IF stage – Sound
stage – Picture tube & its associated circuit – Synchronizing circuits –
Automatic Gain Control (AGC) – Horizontal & vertical deflection circuits
– EHT section – Remote control of a TV receiver
5.4 Television broadcast standards, Describe principle of operation of CCD
cameras.
Unit 6
12
Colour TV System
6.1 Fundamental concepts of RGB colour systems and RGB drivers of a colour
picture tube, Distinguish between additive and subtractive mixing of
colours.
6.2 Explain complementary colours, hue, saturation, and Colour circle.
6.3 Explain compatibility in TV system.
6.4 Different colour systems like NTSC, SECAM and PAL system and their
comparison
6.5 Working principle of Vid i c o n camera, Block schematic description of a
colour TV Transmitter and Receiver, explain working principle of PAL
encoder and decoder, discuss Colour picture tube & its associated
circuits.
6.6 Discuss the colour TV signals (Luminance Signal & Chrominance Signal,( I
& Q, U & V Signals), bandwidth of Chrominance Signal, colour
subcarrier frequency & colour brust.
6.7 Discuss the principle of operation of Shadow mask and Trinitron picture
tube.
6.8 Explain the De-gaussing circuit in Colour TV receiver
6.9 Basic concept on Flat panel Display, Plasma Display, LCD display,
LED
display
Group- C
Unit 7
CD Player
7.1 Working principle of CD recording and CD playing – Explain
7.2 Block diagram and working principle of VCD and DVD Player
3
Unit 8
7
Principle of Cable, Satellite and HDTV System
6.1 Modern cable TV system block diagram - Head end processor -
Trunk &
cable distribution system with block diagram – scrambling – descrambling
6.2 State the need for satellite for TV broadcasting over wide area.
6.3 Concepts of HDTV system, List HDTV standards.
6.4 Explain TV Remote control transmitter and Receiver with block
diagram.
6.5 Direct to Home System (DTH) Introduction & Block Diagram. Concept of
set top box
6.6 Block diagram of dB meter with working principle.
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TOTAL
Contents Practical
Skills to be developed: On satisfactory completion of the course, the students should be in a position to design few
fundamental networks.
Intellectual Skills:
1. Reading
2. Sourcing of Websites
Motor Skill:
1.
Testing
2.
Measurement
3.
Detection of faults and
remedial measures
List of Practical: Any EIGHT( including MINI PROJECT)
Suggested List of Laboratory Experiments
Sl. No.
1.
To study the internal layout of black and white TV receiver.
2.
To study the Internal adjustment, control and fault finding procedure of Black & White TV.
3.
To study the internal layout of colour television
4.
To study the internal adjustments control and simple troubleshooting techniques of Colour
TV.
5.
Fault finding in given Colour TV :
i) No color
ii) Red Colour only iii) Blue color only
v) Magenta color only
vi) Cyan only
iv) Green color only.
vii) Yellow only
viii)No raster, No
Sound.
6.
Fault finding in given Colour TV :
i)
In HSYNC section ii) In VSYNC section iii) In SYNC separator
7.
Installation of DTH System
8.
Estimate the cost, layout of Cable TV.
9.
Collect information about Set Top box used for Cable TV at home
Examination scheme (Theoretical):
A). Internal Examination: Marks- 20
C)
Teacher’s Assessment: Marks- 10
B). End Semester Examination: Marks-70
(i) Marks on Attendance: Marks-05
(ii) Assignments & Interaction: Marks- 05
Group
Objective questions
Unit
Total Marks
Note: 10 multiple choice and 5 short answer type questions
To be set Multiple Choice
To be answered
Marks per
( Twelve questions)
A
1,2,3,4
4
B
5,6
5
C
7,8
3
question
To be set short answer type
Any ten
1
To be answered
Marks per
( Ten questions)
A
1,2
3
B
3,4,5
4
C
6,7,8
3
Group
Unit
10 X 1 = 10
question
Any five
2
5x2=10
Subjective Questions
To be set
Total Marks
To be answered
Marks per
( Ten questions)
question
A
1,2
3
Any five ( Taking at least
B
3,4,5
4
one from each group)
C
6,7,8
3
10
10 X 5 = 50
Note 1 : Teacher’s assessment will be based on performance on given assignments & quizzes.
Note 2 : Assignments may be given on all the topics covered on the syllabus.
Sl. No.
1.
Name of the Author
Title of the Book
A.K. Maini
Name of the Publisher
Colour Television and Video
Wiley
Technology
2.
B.R.Gupta,
Consumer Electronics
Sk Kataria & Sons.
3.
Ajay Sharma
Audio and Video systems
Dhanpat Ray & Sons
4.
R.G. Gupta
Audio and Video Systems
Tata McGraw-Hill
5.
Gulati
Monochrome and colour TV
New Age International
6.
Newness
Book View
BPB
7.
Manohar Lotia
Modern CD Player Servicing Manual
BPB Publication
8.
Bartlett
Cable TV Technology and Operation
Tata MCGraw-Hill
9.
R.G. Gupta
Electronic Instruments and Systems
Tata MCGraw-Hill
10.
A.M.Dhake
Television & Video Engineering
Tata McGraw-Hill
11.
Chandrasekhar
Electronics Communication
OXFORD
12.
Bernard Grob
Basic Television and Video System
Tata McGraw-Hill
13.
S. Sharma
Basic Radio and Television
Tata McGraw-Hill
14.
R.R Gulati
Colour Television Principles and Pratice
New age International
EXAMINATION
S C H E M E (SESSIONAL)
Name of Subject: Consumer Electronics Laboratory
Subject Code: EEE/LCONMER/S4
Full Marks-50
1. Continuous Internal Assessment of 25 marks is to be carried out by the teachers throughout the 4th
Semester. Distribution of marks: Performance of Job – 15, Notebook – 10.
2.External Assessment of 50 marks shall be held at the end of the 4th
Semester on the entire syllabus.
One experiment per student from any one of the above is to be performed. Experiment is to be set by
lottery system. Distribution of marks: On spot job – 35, Viva-voce – 15.
Name of the course: Digital Electronics
Course Code: EEE/DE/S4
Semester: Forth
Duration: One Semester (Teaching-15 weeks +
Maximum Marks: 100
Internal Exam-2 weeks )
Teaching Scheme:
Examination Scheme
Theory: 3 contact hrs./ week
Class Test(Internal Examination): 20 Marks
Tutorial:
Teacher’s Assessment (Attendance, Assignment & interaction):
10 Marks
Practical: 2 contact hours/ week
End Semester Examination: 70 Marks
Credit: 3 ( Theory )+ 1(Practical)
Practical: 50 Marks
Rationale:
The advancements in microelectronics design, manufacturing, computer technology and information systems
have caused the rapid increase in the use of digital circuits. Hence this subject is intended to learn facts, concepts,
principles and applications of digital techniques. Thus, students can sharpen their skills of digital design by learning the
concept of number systems, logic gates, combinational and sequential logic circuits etc.
Objectives:
The student will be able to1.
Do conversion of number systems
2.
Understand the concept of logic gates and its operation
3.
Design simple logic circuits using logic gates
4.
Design of combinational circuit
5.
Design of sequential circuit
6.
Gain the comprehensive idea on various memory devices
7.
Understand Analog to Digital Conversion and Digital to Analog Conversion techniques
8.
Understand different logic families and their comparison
Content (Name of topic)
Periods
Group-A
Unit 1
Numbers System & Basic Logic Gates
5
1.1 Number System - Introduction to Binary, Octal, Decimal, Hexadecimal
number system, Conversion of number systems,
1.2 1’s complement and 2’s complement, Binary arithmetic (addition,
subtraction, division, multiplication).
1.3 Symbolic representation and truth table for logic gates: BUFFER – NOT –
OR – AND – NAND – NOR – XOR – X-NOR
Unit 2
Boolean Algebra
2.1 Boolean variables – Boolean function – Rules and laws of Boolean
algebra – De Morgan’s theorem
5
Marks
2.2 Max. term and min. term – Canonical form of equation – Simplification of
Boolean expression
2.3 Karnaugh map technique – Don’t care condition – Prime implicants –
Canonical forms – Quine-McClusky method
2.4 Realization of Boolean expression with logic gates
Unit 3
07
Combinational Logic Circuits
3.1 ARITHMETIC CIRCUITS: Half adder – Full adder – Half subtractor – Full
subtractor – Parallel and serial full adder (1’s complement, 2’s
complement and 9’s complement addition)
3.2 Design of circuits using universal gates
3.3 Code converter, encoder and decoder – Multiplexer & demultiplexer
3.4 Parity generator and checker – Comparator
Group-B
Unit 4
10
Sequential Logic Circuits
4.1 Difference between combinational and sequential logic circuits –
Triggering of sequential logic circuits
4.2 Difference between flip flop and latch – Construction of RS, D, JK, JK
master slave, T flip flops using basic gates, preset and clear signal
4.3 COUNTERS: Asynchronous and synchronous counter – Ripple counter –
Mod-N counter – Up-down counter – Ring counter – Johnson counter –
Programmable counter – Applications
4.4 REGISTERS: Shift registers – Serial In Serial Out – Serial In Parallel Out –
Parallel In Serial Out – Parallel In Parallel Out – Applications
Unit 5
5
Memory Devices
5.1 MEMORY ADDRESSING: Read, Write and Read Only operations
5.2 MEMORY CELLS: ROM, PROM, EEROM, EPROM, CDROM, Flash
Memory
5.3 Circuit diagram using CMOS transistors and working of static and
dynamic RAM
5.4 Digital Logic Arrays- PLA, PAL, GAL, FPLA, FPGA
Group C
Unit 6
5
Data Converters
6.1 DIGITAL TO ANALOG CONVERTERS: Binary weighted resistor type – R-2R
ladder type – Specifications and applications of DA converter
6.2 ANALOG TO DIGITAL CONVERTER: Comparator type – Successive
approximation type – Dual slope AD converter – Specifications and
applications of AD converter
Unit 7
8
Logic Families
7.1 Introduction to digital ICs,
7.2 TTL logic family - Introduction to TTL logic,
Realization of basic gates
using TTL logic, TTL NAND gate – Totem pole output, open collector
7.3 ECL logic family - Introduction to ECL logic, ECL OR, NOR gate.
7.4 MOS families - Introduction to PMOS, NMOS & CMOS logic,
Realization of PMOS inverter, NAND, NOR, Realization of NMOS
inverter, NAND, NOR,
Realization of CMOS inverter, NAND, NOR.
7.5 Comparative studies of different type of logic families like DTL, TTL,
CMOS, and ECL etc. with the following characteristics: (a) logic levels,
(b) power dissipation, (c) fan in and fan out, (d) propagation delay, and,
(e) noise immunity, Basic gates using CMOS.
7.6 Interfacing of ICs of different logic families – Logic hazards
7.7 Study of 7400 TTL series / CD 4000 series gate ICs.
TOTAL
45
Practical:
Skills to be developed:
Intellectual skills:
1.
Identification of digital IC’s of logic gates. Flip-flops, multiplexer and demultiplexers.
2.
Ability to test different digital ICs.
3.
Ability to design the combinational and Sequential logic circuits.
Motors skills:
1.
1.
Ability to build the circuit.
2.
To observe the result and handling the equipments.
To verify the truth table of NOT, OR, AND, NAND, NOR, XOR, X-NOR with TTL logic gates and CMOS
logic gates.
2.
To realize different Boolean expressions with logic gates.
3.
To realize half-adder, full-adder, subtractor, parallel and serial full-adder.
4.
To design 1’s complement, 2’s complement and 9’s complement adder-subtractor.
5.
To implement encoder, decoder, multiplexer and demultiplexer.
6.
To construct parity generator and checker & comparator.
7.
To verify the function of SR, D, JK and T Flip-flops.
8.
To construct binary synchronous and asynchronous counter.
9.
To design programmable up / down counter.
10.
To design controlled shift register and study their function.
11.
To study different memory ICs.
12.
To study DA and AD converters.
13.
To interface TTL and CMOS ICs.
Mini Projects:
1.
Design 1 digit BCD to 7 segment decoder using IC7447.
2.
Design 4 bit binary adder/subtractor using IC7483.
3.
Design 4 bit synchronous counter using IC7476.
4.
Design decade counter using IC7492/93.
EXAMINATION SCHEME (Theoretical)
A) Internal Examination: Marks- 20
C)
Teacher’s Assessment: Marks- 10
B) End Semester Examination: Marks-70
(i) Marks on Attendance: 05
(ii) Assignments & Interaction: 05
Group
Unit
Total Marks
Objective questions
Note: 10 multiple choice and 5 short answer type
questions
To be set Multiple
To be
Marks per
Choice
answered
question
( Twelve questions)
A
1,2,3
4
B
4,5
4
C
6,7
4
Any ten
1
To be set short
To be
Marks per
answer type
answered
question
Any five
2
10 X 1 = 10
( Ten questions)
A
1,2,3
4
B
4,5
4
C
6,7
2
Group
UNIT
5x2=10
Subjective Questions
To be set
To be answered
( Ten questions)
Total Marks
Marks per
question
A
1,2,3
4
Any five ( Taking at
B
4,5
3
least one from each
C
6,7
3
group)
10
10 X 5 = 50
Note 1 : Teacher’s assessment will be based on performance on given assignments & quizzes.
Note 2 : Assignments may be given on all the topics covered on the syllabus.
EXAMINATION
S C H E M E (SESSIONAL)
Name of Subject: Digital Electronics Laboratory
Full Marks - 50
Subject Code:EEE/LDE/S4
1.
Continuous Internal Assessment of 25 marks is to be carried out by the teachers throughout the Third
Semester. Distribution of marks: Performance of Job – 15, Notebook – 10.
2.
External Assessment of 50 marks shall be held at the end of the Third Semester on the entire syllabus. One
Experiment per student from any one of the above is to be performed. Experiment is to be set by lottery system.
Distribution of marks: On spot job – 20, Viva-voce –5.
Text Books:
Sl. No.
Name of the Author
Title of the book
Name of the Publisher
1
G K Kharate
Digital Electronics
OXFORD
2
Anil K. Maini
Digital Electronics
Wiley
3
P Raja
Digital Electronics
SCITECH
4
Malvino & Leach
Digital Principles and Applications
Tata McGraw-Hill
5
Anand Kumar
Fundamental Digital Circuits
Prentice Hall of India
6
Jain
Modern Digital Electronics
Tata McGraw-Hill
7
Anokh singh, AK Chhabra
Fundamentals of Digital Electronics
S.Chand
& Microprocessors
8
Taub & Schilling
Digital Electronics
Tata McGraw-Hill
9
V. K. Puri
Digital Electronics
Tata McGraw-Hill
10
S. Salivahnan & A. Arivazhgan
Digital Circuits and Design
Vikash Publishing House
11
Yarbrough
Digital Logic Applications and
Vikash Publishing House
Design
12
Morris Mano
Digital Logic and Computer Design
Pearson
13
V. Kumar
Digital Technology
New Age Publishers
14
Subhasis Maitra
Digital Electronics
JBBL
15
Sanjay Sharma
Digital Electronics (Digital Logic
Kataria & Sons
Design)
16
DK Chanda & S Banerjee
Digital
Fundamentals
and
Applications
University Science Press
17
Floyd
Digital Fundamentals, 10e
Pearson
18
Dr. SK Mandal
Digital Electronics
Tata McGraw-Hill
19
Tocci
Digital Systems: Principles and
Pearson
Applications, 10e
Name of the Course: Power Plant Engineering
Course Code: EEE /PPE/S4
Semester: Fourth
Duration: one Semester
Maximum Marks:
Teaching Scheme
Examination Scheme
Theory:3 Hrs/Week
Mid Semester Exam.:
20
Marks
Tutorial:
Assignment & Quiz:
10
Marks
Practical:
End Semester Exam.:
70
Marks
Credit: 03
Aim:
Sl.
No.
1.
This is a core technology subject. The knowledge of the principle of generation of electricity,
methods of generation of electricity & recent trends in generation of electricity is essential for
Diploma Engineer.
This subject will provide the basis for further studies in transmission, distribution and power
system operation. Also the subject will provide the knowledge about the recent trends in non
conventional energy sources & their working principles.
Objective:
2.
Sl.
No.
The student will be able to:
1.
Explain the working of different power plants
2.
Identify different components of various systems in generating stations
3.
Select suitable sites for different power stations
4.
Define the terms used in economics of power generation and explain their relation
5.
Select alternative energy sources for given conditions
6.
Explain the working of wind mills and solar systems
7.
Explain working of domestic & commercial D. G. Set
8.
Explain working of Gas Turbine
Pre-Requisite:
Sl.
No.
1.
Energy conversion
Contents
Unit: 1
Hrs./Unit
Marks
02
4
08
15
06
8
1.1 Basics of Power Generation
1.1 Importance of electrical power in day today life
1.2 Different forms of energy
1.3 Comparison of sources of energy
1.4 Power crisis in India and Future Trend
1.5 Overview of method of electrical power generation
Unit: 2
Unit: 3
Thermal Power Stations
2.1 List of thermal power stations in the state with their capacities
2.2 Selection of site for thermal power stations.
2.3 Layout and working of thermal power station with block diagram.
2.4 Operation of following components:
2.4.1 Boiler
2.4.2 Economizer.
2.4.3 Air pre heater
2.4.4 Super-heaters & re-heaters.
2.4.5 Steam prime movers.
2.4.6 Condensers.
2.4.7 Spray ponds & cooling towers.
2.5 Quality of fuel and its effect on quality of power generation.
2.6 Merits and demerits of Thermal Power Plants.
2.7 Simple Problems.
Nuclear Power Stations
3.1 Selection of site for Nuclear Power plants.
3.2 Nuclear fission process
3.3 Block diagram and working of Nuclear Power station.
3.4 Construction and working of nuclear reactor.
3. 5 Fuels used in Nuclear Power Station
3. 6 Merits and demerits of Nuclear Power Plants
3. 7 List of Nuclear power stations in state & county with their capacities.
Unit: 4
UNIT:
5
Hydro Power Stations
4.1 Selection of site and classification of Hydro-electric Power Plants
4.2 Layout and working of Hydro Power Station.
4.3 Types of Turbines & generators used
4.4 Pumped storage Power Plant
4.5 Merits and demerits of Hydro Power Station
4.6 List of Hydro Power stations with their capacities & number of units in
the state.
4.7 Simple Problem.
Non-Conventional Energy Sources
5.1 Types of non-conventional energy sources.
5.2 Solar Energy
5.2.1 Potential of solar energy.
5.2.2
Solar collector (Flat Plate Collector & Concentrating
Collector )
5.2.3 Comparison of performances of different collectors.
5.2.4 Photovoltaic cell : Principle of operation, Types, conversion
efficiency, V-I characteristics.
5.2.5 Solar Cell Materials.
5.2.6 Photovoltaic system of power generation – Solar PV arrays,
solar cell connecting arrangements, storage batteries, inverters,
advantages & disadvantages.
5.2.7 Limitation of using solar energy systems.
5.3 Wind Energy.
5.3.1 Selection of site for wind mills
5.3.2 Principle of electricity generation with the help of wind energy
5.3.3 Block diagram and working of Wind energy plant and its
applications
5.3.4 List of major wind farms in the state with their approximate
capacities
5.4
Unit: 8
Unit :
9
06
8
10
20
08
08
05
07
Brief idea and application of
5.4.1 Bio Mass and bio gas energy.
5.4.2 Geothermal Energy.
Economics Of Power Generation
8.1 Terms commonly used in system operation: connected load, firm power,
cold reserve, hot reserve, spinning reserve.
8.2 Terms used in system operation such as Load-curve, load duration
curve, integrated duration curve. (Simple numerical based on plotting above
curves.)
8.3 Factors affecting the cost of Generation: Average demand, Maximum
demand, plant capacity factor & plant use factor, Diversity factor& load
factor.
(Simple numericals based on above)
Interconnected Power Systems
9.1 Advantages of Interconnection.
9.2 Base load & peak loads, load allocation among various types of power
stations
9.3 Load sharing and transfer of load between power stations.
9.4 Inter connection of power stations at state and national level
45
70
Total
Text Books:
Name of Authors
Title of the Book
Dr. S. L. Uppal
Soni – Gupta Bhatnagar
Edition
Name of the Publisher
Electrical Power
A course in Electrical
Power
Non
conventional
Energy sources
Prof. G. D. Rai
Prof. Arrora and
Dr. V. M.
Domkundwar
Khanna Publishers.
Dhanpatrai & Sons
Khanna, New Delhi
A course in Power Plant
Dhanpatrai & Sons
Engineering
S P Sukhatme
Solar Energy
Tata
Mc
Grawhill
Publishing co. Ltd.
Godfrey Boyle
Renewable Energy
Oxford University Press
P.K.Nag
Power Plant Engineering
T.M.H.
EXAMINATION
GROUP
UNIT
S C H E M E (THEORITICAL)
ONE OR TWO SENTENCE ANSWER
SUBJECTIVE QUESTIONS
QUESTIONS
TO
TO BE
MARKS
TOTAL
TO
BE
ANSWER
PER
MARK
BE
SET
ED
QUESTIO
S
SET
1, 2,
B
7,8,9
FIVE
12
3,4,5,6
TWENTY
ONE
PER
MARKS
FIVE, TAKING
FOU
FROM EACH
R
GROUP
Name of the course: Analog & Digital Communication
Course Code: EEE/ADC/S4
Semester: Fourth
Duration: One Semester (Teaching - 15 weeks
Maximum Marks: 100 Marks
+ Internal Exam-2 weeks )
Teaching Scheme:
TOTAL
QUESTION
AT LEAST TWO
1 X 20
= 20
11
MARKS
ANSWERED
N
A
TO BE
Examination Scheme
TEN
10 X 5 =
50
Theory: 3 contact hrs./ week
Class Test (Internal Examination): 20 Marks
Tutorial:
Teacher’s Assessment (Attendance, Assignment & interaction): 10
Marks
Practical: 2 contact hours/ week
End Semester Examination: 70 Marks
Credit: 4 ( Five )
Practical: 50 Marks
Rationale:
Communication plays vital role in our lives. Development in communication technology have increased its
applications in allied fields of electronics including satellite, mobile, RADAR, telephony, telegraphy, industrial controls,
etc. This course concentrates on the field of analog communication and pulse modulation including delta modulation. It
also includes the advantages and disadvantages of digital and analog communications. After passing through the course
the students will also be acquainted with the
basic telephony and telecommunication switching.
Objectives:
The student will be able to:
•
Classify different types of communication system.
•
Explain electromagnetic spectrum.
•
Know the basic requirements of an analog communication system;
•
Understand analog modulation including PAM, PWM, PPM and Delta Modulation;
•
Know the functioning of transmitter and receiver;
•
Explain the difference between digital and analog communication;
•
Discuss the ideas dealing with the operation of the systems like telephony.
Content (Name of topic)
Periods
Group-A
Unit 1
5
Introduction To Electronic Communication
1.1
Importance of communication, Elements of a communication system
1.2
Types of electronic communication –Simplex, Half Duplex and Full Duplex ,
Electromagnetic
spectrum
(different bands and
their
frequencies ,
Bandwidth-concept of transmission bandwidth
1.3
Unit 2
Basic idea of Fourier series and Fourier transform.
Analog Modulation
2.1
Concept and necessity of modulation
2.2
Definition of amplitude, frequency and phase modulation
2.3
Derivation of sidebands in AM systems – Evaluation of power – Sideband
depth –Efficiency of modulation, Percentage of modulation, Representation
of AM signal in time and frequency domain.
2.4
METHODS OF AM: Principles of operation of plate modulated Class C
amplifier – Balanced modulator, Ring modulator
2.5
Expression of sidebands in FM and PM systems and its interpretation –
Modulation index and bandwidth requirement, Representation of FM signal
in time and frequency domain.
2.6
Principles of operation of frequency modulation using Varactor diode and
VCO.
2.7
Comparison of AM, FM and PM
9
Marks
2.8 Pulse modulation: Introduction, comparison with Continuous Wave Modulation,
advantages, Sampling theorem, Nyquist rate, aliasing, natural & flat top
sampling
2.9 Concept of Pulse Amplitude Modulation (PAM), Pulse Width Modulation
(PWM) and Pulse Position Modulation (PPM) – Principle of generation and
reception of PAM, PWM & PPM with block diagram and their applications
Group-B
Unit 3
Transmitting Systems
3.1
3
Block diagram and function of different stages of AM and FM broadcast
transmitter
3.2
WORKING PRINCIPLES OF SSB SYSTEMS WITH BLOCK DIAGRAM: Filter
Method – Phase Shift Method
Unit 4
Demodulation
4.1
Principle of detection with diode detector
4.2
AGC circuit delayed AGC
4.3
Foster-Seeley discriminator – Ratio Detector – Limiter – Standard AFC
4
Circuits (basic principles only, no derivation)
4.4
Unit 5
PLL (block diagram & operation) explanation.
Receiving System
6
5.1 Principle of heterodyne, Characteristics of AM radio receiver- Sensitivity,
Selectivity, and Fidelity
5.2 Block diagram and principle of operation of super heterodyne receiver – IF
amplifier and choice of IF – Mixer and converter – Alignment and tracking –
Tone and volume control – Band spreading – Receiver characteristics & Testing
– sensitivity, selectivity and fidelity
5.3 Block diagram and principle operation of FM receiver – Pre-emphasis and
de-emphasis – AFC and alignment of FM receiver
Group-C
Unit 6
Basic Telephony
10
6.1 Telephone transmitter – Receiver – Dial tone, side tone and antisidetone circuits
– Handset – Ringer – Switch hook – Hybrid – Local loop – Tone dialling –
DTMF
6.2 Electronic Exchange: Space division switching, time division switching, block
diagram of electronic exchange ,
6.3 Discuss the numbering plan of telephone networks (National Schemes &
International Numbering)
6.4 Describe the operation of EPABX.
Unit 7
Pulse Code Modulation
7.1 Idea of digital communication – Advantages of digital communication over
analog communication
7.2 BASIC STEPS IN PCM SYSTEM: Filtering – Sampling – Quantizing – Encoding –
4
Line coding (HDB3, AM1, CM1, NRZ, RZ)
7.3 Block schematic description of transmitter and receiver of PCM system
7.4 Principles of linear and non-linear quantization – Companding, Inter Symbol
Interference
Unit 8
3
DELTA MODULATION
8.1
Block schematic description of delta modulation technique
8.2
Limitations of delta modulation – Slope overload and granular
noise.
8.3 Concept of adaptive delta modulation technique
45
TOTAL
Contents Practical
Skills to be developed: On satisfactory completion of the course, the students should be in a position to design few
fundamental networks.
Intellectual Skills:
1.
Selection of appropriate sample
2.
Selection of Equipment
3.
Interpretation of waveforms
Motor Skill:
4.
Accurate observation
5.
Setting up of Equipment
6.
Measurement
List of Practical: Any EIGHT( including MINI PROJECT)
Suggested List of Laboratory Experiments
Sl. No.
1.
To study the amplitude modulation and demodulation technique.
2.
To study the frequency modulation and demodulation technique.
3.
To study the frequency spectrum of AM and FM with the help of spectrum analyzer.
4.
To study the analog signal sampling and reconstruction of the effect of: —
(a)
different sampling frequencies on reconstructed signals;
(b)
Varying duty cycle of sampling frequency on the amplitude of reconstructed signal.
5.
Observe waveforms of Pulse code modulation and demodulation.
6.
Observe waveforms of Delta modulation.
7.
Observe waveforms of Adaptive delta Modulation
8.
To study some radio receiver measurements: (a) sensitivity, (b) selectivity and (c) fidelity.
9.
Observe input & output waveforms of AM detector.
10.
To study EPABX:
(a)
to study the electrical behaviour of different tones – dial tone, ringing tone, ring back tone and
busy tone (both subscriber and exchange);
(b)
to study some extension features-redial, burgling, extension privacy, call forwarding, follow me
etc.
List of MINI PROJECTS
1.
AM/FM Radio Receiver/Transmitter using transistor
2.
AM modulator/detector/mixer using diode.
3.
FM detector.
Examination scheme (Theoretical):
A. Internal Examination: Marks- 20
B.
End Semester Examination: Marks-70
C. Teacher’s Assessment: Marks- 10
i) Marks on Attendance: Marks-05
ii)
Group
Unit
Assignments & Interaction: Marks- 05
Objective questions
Total Marks
Note: 10 multiple choice and 5 short answer type questions
To be set Multiple Choice
To be answered
Marks per
( Twelve questions)
A
1,2
4
B
3,4,5
4
C
6,7,8
4
question
To be set short answer type
Any ten
1
To be answered
Marks per
( Ten questions)
A
1,2
3
B
3,4,5
3
C
6,7,8
4
Group
Unit
10 X 1 = 10
question
Any five
2
Subjective Questions
To be set
To be answered
( Ten questions)
5x2=10
Total Marks
Marks per
question
A
1,2
3
Any five ( Taking at least
B
3,4,5
3
one from each group)
C
6,7,8
4
10
10 X 5 = 50
Note 1 : Teacher’s assessment will be based on performance on given assignments & quizzes.
Note 2 : Assignments may be given on all the topics covered on the syllabus.
Sl. No.
15.
16.
Name of the Author
Chandrasekhar
Ganesh Babu
Title of the Book
Name of the Publisher
Communication system
OXFORD
Communication Theory
SCITECH
17.
Wayne Tomasi
Electronic communication system
Pearsons Eduction
18.
Singh & Sapre
Communication Systems
Tata McGraw Hill
19.
B.P. Lathi
Analog and Digital communication
OXFORD
20.
Sanjay Sharma
Analog and digital Communication
S.K. Kataria
21.
Simon Heykin
Communication system
Wiley
22.
John C Bellamy
Digital telephony
Wiley India
23.
Anokh Singh and Chabaria
Principles of Communication Engg
24.
Couch
Digital
System
&
Analog
Communication
S Chand
Pearson
25.
Kennedy
Electronic Communication System
Tata MCGraw-Hill
26.
Taub & schilling
Analog and digital communication
Tata MCGraw-Hill
27.
Frenzel
Communication Electronics
Tata McGraw-Hill
28.
K.Rekha
Digital Communication
SCITECH
29.
K. Sam. & Shanmugar
Digital & Analog Communication
Wiley
E X A M I N A T I O N S C H E M E (SESSIONAL)
Name of Subject: Analog & Digital Communication Laboratory
Full Marks-50
Subject Code: EEE/LADC/S4
1. Continuous Internal Assessment of 25 marks is to be carried out by the teachers throughout the 4th
Semester. Distribution of marks: Performance of Job – 15, Notebook – 10.
2. External Assessment of 25 marks shall be held at the end of the 4th Semester on the entire syllabus. One
experiment per student from any one of the above is to be performed. Experiment is to be set by lottery system.
Distribution of marks: On spot job – 20, Viva-voce – 5.
Group
Unit
Objective questions
Total Marks
Note: 10 multiple choice and 5 short answer type questions
To be set Multiple Choice
To be answered
Marks per
( Twelve questions)
A
1,2,3
4
B
4,5
4
C
6,7
4
question
To be set short answer type
Any ten
1
To be answered
Marks per
( Ten questions)
A
1,2,3
3
B
4,5
3
C
6,7
4
Group
Unit
10 X 1 = 10
question
Any five
2
Subjective Questions
To be set
To be answered
( Ten questions)
5x2=10
Total Marks
Marks per
question
A
1,2,3
3
Any five ( Taking at least
B
4,5
3
one from each group)
C
6,7
4
10
10 X 5 = 50
Name of the Course: Development of Life Skills-II
Course Code: EEE /DLSII/S4
Semester: FOURTH
Duration: one Semester
Maximum Marks:
Teaching Scheme
Examination Scheme
Internal Sessional:
Theory:
Tutorial:
01
hrs /week
External Sessional :
50
25
25
Practical:
02 hrs / week
Credit:
Aim:
Sl. No.
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2.
3.
Objective:
Sl. No.
In today’s competitive world, the nature of organizations is changing at very rapid speed. In
this situation the responsibility of diploma holder is not unique. He will be a part of a team in
the organization. As such the individual skills are not sufficient to work at his best.
This subject will develop the student as an effective member of the team. It will develop the
abilities and skills to perform at highest degree of quality as an individual as well as a
member of core group or team.
Such skills will enhance his capabilities in the field of searching, assimilating
information , managing the given task, handling people effectively ,solving challenging
problems .
The students will be able to:
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Pre-Requisite:
Developing working in teams.
Apply problem solving skills for a given situation.
Use effective presentation techniques.
Apply techniques of effective time management.
Apply task management techniques for given projects.
Enhance leadership traits.
Resolve conflict by appropriate method.
Survive self in today’s competitive world.
Face interview without fear.
Follow moral and ethics.
Sl. No.
1.
2.
Team Work and Presentation Skills
Positive attitude and thirst of learning
Contents
Unit - 1
Unit - 2
Interpersonal Relation
Importance, Interpersonal conflicts, Resolution of conflicts, Developing
effective interpersonal skills - communication and conversational skills,
Human Relation Skills (People Skills)
Problem Solving
I) Steps in Problem Solving (Who? What? Where? When? Why?
How? How much?)
1. Identify, understand and clarify the problem
2. Information gathering related to problem
3. Evaluate the evidence
4. Consider feasible options and their implications
5. Choose and implement the best alternative
6. Review
II) Problem Solving Technique
Hrs./Unit
5
8
Marks
1. Trial and Error,
Box
Unit - 3
2.
Brain Storming
3.
Thinking outside the
Presentation Skills
Concept, Purpose of effective presentations,
Components of Effective Presentations :
understanding the topic,
selecting the right information,
organising the process interestingly,
Good attractive beginning,
Summarising and concluding,
adding impact to the ending,
Use of audio‐visual aids
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- OHP, LCD projector, White board,
Non-verbal communication :
Posture, Gestures, Eye-contact and facial expression,
Voice and Language - Volume, pitch, Inflection, Speed, Pause,
Pronunciation,
Articulation, Language
Handling questions - Respond, Answer, Check, Encourage, Return to
presentation
Evaluating the presentation
Unit - 4
Unit - 5
Unit - 6
Unit - 7
- Before the presentation, During the
presentation, After the presentation
Looking for a Job
Identifying different sources announcing Job vacancies,
Skim, scan and read advertisements in detail,
write efficacious CVs,
write covering letters to accompany CVs,
write Job Application Letters - in response to advertisements and
self‐applications
Job Interviews
Prepare for Interviews :
Intelligently anticipating possible questions and framing appropriate
answers,
Do's and don'ts of an interview (both verbal and non-verbal),
Group Discussion:
Use of Non‐verbal behaviour in Group Discussion,
Appropriate use of language in group interaction,
Do's and don'ts for a successful Group Discussion
Non-verbal - graphic communication
Non - verbal codes: A - Kinesics, B - Proxemics, C- Haptics, D - Vocalics,
E- Physical appearance, F- Chronemics, G - Artifacts
Aspects of Body Language
Formal Written Skills:
5
10
6
6
Memos, E-mails, Netiquettes.
Business correspondence - Letter of enquiry, Letter of Placing Orders,
Letter of Complaint
48
Total
Sessional Activities
Sl. No.
Unit -1
Interpersonal
Relation
Skills to be developed
Case Studies:
1. from books
2. from real life situations
3. from students' experiences
Group discussions on the above and step by step write of any one or more of these in the sessional
copies
Problem
Case Studies:
1. from books
2. from real life situations
3. from students' experiences
Group discussions on the above and step by step write of any one or more of these in the sessional
Solving
copies
Unit - III
Prepare a Presentation (with the help of a Powerpoint) on a Particular topic. The students may
refer to the Sessional activity (sl. No. 8) of the Computer Fundamental syllabus of Semester 1.
For engineering subject-oriented technical topics the co-operation of a subject teacher may be
Unit - II
Presentation
Skills
Unit- IV
Looking for
sought. Attach handout of PPT in the sessional copy
Write an effective CV and covering letter for it.
Write a Job Application letter in reponse to an advertisement and a Self Application Letter for a job.
a job
Unit - V
Job
Interviews
& Group
Write down the anticipated possible questions for personal interview (HR) along with their
appropriate responses
Face mock interviews. The co-operation of HR personnels of industries may be sought if possible
Videos of Mock Group Discussions and Interviews may be shown
Discussions
Unit - 7
Formal
Written
Skills
write a memo,
write an effective official e-mail,
write a letter of enquiry, letter of placing orders, letter of complaint
Text Books:
Name of Authors
Title of the Book
Edition
Name of the Publisher
K. R.Laksminarayanan
& T. Murugaval
Managing Soft Skills
Scitech Publications (India)
Pvt. Ltd.
Barun K. Mitra
Personality Development and Soft Skills
Oxford University Press
Name of the Subject : Professional Practices II
Course Code: EEE/ PFII /S4
Semester: Fourth
Duration: one Semester
Maximum Marks: 50
Teaching Scheme
Examination Scheme
Theory:
Mid Semester Exam.:
Tutorial:
Assignment & Quiz:
Practical:
End Semester Exam.:
2 hrs / week
Marks
Marks
Marks
Practical :
50
Marks
Credit: 1
Aim:
Sl. No.
Most of the diploma holders join industries. Due to globalization and competition in the i
ndustrial and service sectors the selection for the job is based on campus interviews or c
ompetitive tests.
While selecting candidates a normal practice adopted is to see general confidence, ability
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to communicate and attitude, in addition to basic technological concepts.
The purpose of introducing professional practices is to provide opportunity to students to
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undergo activities which will enable them to develop confidence. Industrial visits, expert
lectures, seminars on technical topics and group discussion are planned in a semester so
that there will be increased participation of students in learning process.
Objective:
1.
Sl. No.
1.
2.
3.
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5
The student will be able to
Acquire information from different sources
Prepare notes for given topic
Present given topic in a seminar
Interact with peers to share thoughts
Prepare a report on industrial visit, expert lecture
Pre-Requisite:
Sl. No.
1.
2.
3.
Desire to gain comparable knowledge and skills of various activities in various areas of import
ance.
Eagerness to cohesively participate in group work and to share thoughts with group members
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Knowledge of electrical engineering upto 4th semester.
Activities
Sr. No.
1.
Activities
Industrial / Field Visit :
Structured Field visits be arranged and report of the same should be
Hours
06
Marks
submitted by the individual student, to form part of the term work.
Visits to any ONE (not already visited in 3rd semester) from the list
below:
i) Electrical machine manufacturing industry
ii) Multistoried building for power distribution
iii) Load dispatch center
iv) Transformer repair workshop.
v) Foundry (to see furnaces and oven)
vi) Food Processing industry (overall technical and other activities)
vii) An industry automation in manufacturing
viii) District Industries Centre (to know administrative set up, activities
, various schemes etc)
ix) Any loco shed
x)Signaling system of a railway station
xi) Any captive power plant.
xii) Motor rewinding in a motor rewinding shop
2.
Guest Lecture by professional / industrial expert:
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Lectures by Professional / Industrial Expert to be organized from any
TWO of the following areas:
i) Modern concept of lighting / illumination
ii) Viability of electric traction in 21st Century
iii) Modern techniques in Power Generation
iv) Role of power factor improvement as a tool in reducing cost of g
eneration
v) Digital metering
vi) Hydro power generation
vii) Functioning of Electricity regulatory Commission.
viii)Introduction and application areas for MEMS (Micro Electromechani
cal System)
ix) Interview techniques
x)Free and open source software
xi) Cyber crime & Cyber laws
xii)Social networking – effects & utilities
xiii) Ethical Hacking.
xiv) Role of micro, small and mediun enterprise. In Indian economy.
Individual report of the above lecture should be submitted by the stu
dents.
3.
Seminar:
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Any one seminar on the topics suggested below:
Students (Group of 4 to 5 students) have to search / collect informat
ion about the topic through literature survey/ internet search / visit
and discussion with expert or concerned persons
1. Water Supply scheme / Problems of drinking water in rural area
2. Schemes of power generation in coming five years
3. Impact of load shedding on rural population
4. Parallel computing
5. Distributed processing
6. Embedded system
7. Computer security
8. Bio – technology
9. Multimedia techniques.
10. Magnetic levitation system
4.
Students’ Activities / mini project:(any one)
i) Collect information from market regarding technical specification, id
entification no, their meaning, manufacturers' names and cost of elec
tronic devices like diode, zener diode, transistors, JFET, MOSFET, ic 5
55, ic 741, digital ics (All items studied upto 4th semester). Submit
the report along with power point presentation. Students are encour
aged to use open software
ii) Collect information from market regarding specification and cost of
items (at least four each) used in electrical wiring for Domestic, co
mmercial and industrial use. They will submit individual report on th
e same. Students are encouraged to use open software.
iii) make a market survey of all transducers available (studied in fou
rth semester) their specifications, manufacturers' names, cost etc. Pre
pare a power point presentation. Students are encouraged to use op
en software for such purpose.
EXAMINATION SCHEME (SESSIONAL)
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Continuous internal assessment of 50 marks is to be carried out by the teachers throughout the
fourth semester. Distribution of marks: Student’s activities/mini Project = 20, seminar =
10, field visit = 10, guest lecture attendance and report = 10
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