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ADVANCED ELECTRONICS LAB Sub: Electronic Circuits

Experiments: 1. To measure the efficiency and ripple factor of half wave rectifier with and without Capacitor filter at full load. 2. To measure efficiency and ripple factor of full wave rectifier (centre-tapped and bridge) with and without Capacitor filter at full load. 3. To plot gain v/s frequency curve for common emitter transistor amplifier. 4. To plot gain v/s frequency curve for emitter follower circuit. 5. To construct a d-c load line for voltage divider bias circuit and observe the effect of variation of the operating point on the output voltage. 6. To study two stage CE transistor amplifier by measuring the voltage gain of first stage without second stage. 7. To measure the maximum input signal for undistorted output for single ended power amplifier with load. 8. To measure the maximum input signal for undistorted output for the push pull amplifier with load. 9. To measure the frequency of oscillation for Weinbridge oscillator & Hartley oscillator. 10. To plot the load regulation and line regulation curves for zener regulator and transistorised series regulator. 11. To study the performances of a tuned amplifier by measuring its Quality factor and plot the output characteristics. 12. To measure Vdc at different loads for half-wave and full-wave voltage doubler circuit.

Sub: Analog Integrated Circuits


Experiments: 1. To construct a typical transistorised differential amplifier and plot transfer characteristics. 2. To use Op-Amp (IC741) as inverting and non-inverting amplifier and as voltage follower and measure gain. 3. To use Op-Amp (IC741) as adder and subtractor and prepare addition and subtraction table. 4. To use Op-Amp (741) as a differentiator and integrator and find out suitable time constant. 5. To use Op-Amp (741) as filters (low pass, high pass, band pass) and plot frequency response. 6. To use Op-Amp (IC741) as differential comparator.

7. To use Op-Amp (IC741) as a Wein-Bridge oscillator and measure frequency of oscillation. 8. To use Op-Amp (IC741) as a phase shift oscillator and measure frequency of oscillation. 9. To use timer (IC555) as square wave and saw tooth wave generator and observe wave forms 10. To use timer (IC555) as mono-stable and astable multi-vibrator and measure timing behaviour. 11. To study regulator IC723 and design adjustable voltage regulator. 12. To study PLL IC565 and use it as a frequency multiplier.

TELECOMMUNICATION LAB Sub: Analog Communication Systems


Experiments: 1 To study the operation of the AM circuit using IC XR 2206 and observe the modulated waveform and calculate modulation index. 2. To study and observe the process of AM demodulation using envelopes detector and calculate efficiency of the detector. 3. To study the operation of balanced modulator and observe the DSB-SC waveform. 4 To study the operation of balanced demodulator and observe the waveform. 5. To study the operation of SSB-SC modulator and observe the waveform 6. To study the operation of SSB demodulator and observe the waveform. 7. To study the operation of FM modulator and observe the modulated waveform and also calculate the frequency deviation. 8. To study the operation of PLL 565 and observe the waveforms and also determine lock, capture range. 9. To plot the frequency response of RF tuned amp. and calculate the band width. 10. To plot the frequency response of IF amplifier. 11. To plot the frequency response of pre-emphasis and de-emphasis network and calculate the time constant. 12. To study the operation of AM transmitter and receiver observe the waveforms.

Sub: Fibre Optic Communication And Telemetry


Experiments: 1. Study of different light sources. LED(lambda=800 to 900 nm) (a) LD in any of the three windows (b) To plot the V-I characteristics of one LED source (c) To plot the V-I characteristics of one LD source (d) To plot the optical characteristics Voltage optical power o/p of LED & LD source To measure the numerical aperture of a fibre with and without visible light

2. source 3. To measure the attenuation of optical fibre 4. Design, build &test simple fibre optic link for transmission of analog signal 5. Design, build &test simple fibre optic link for transmission of digital signal 6. Transmission of multiplexed signal through fibre optic link 7. To establish a communication between two PCs using optical link 8. Frequency response of detector with different values of load resistor & to find optimum value of load resistor 9. Demonstration of Splicing technique & connectorisation technique & measurement of splicing loss

Sub: Digital Communication Experiments: 1. To study pulse amplitude modulation and demodulation and observe the waveform. 2. To study the sample & hold operation circuits and observes the waveform. 3. To study TDM PAM system. Transmitter and receiver and observe the waveforms. 4. To study pulse width modulation and demodulation and observe the waveforms. 5 To study pulse positions modulation and demodulation and observe the waveforms. 6. To study the operation of PCM (modulator demodulator) with (a) DC modulating signal, (b) AC modulating signal and observe the waveforms. 7. To study the operation of the delta modulation circuits and observes the waveforms.

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To study the operation of adaptive-delta modulation, demodulation circuits and observes the waveforms. To study the FSK modulation and demodulation and observe the waveforms. To study the PSK modulation and demodulation and observe the waveforms. To study the operation of TDM MUX DEMUX and observe the waveforms.

Sub: Communication Networks And Satellite Communication


Syllabus:

DIRECT LINK NETWORKS. Framing; Error detection; Reliable transmission; Multiple access protocols; Ethernet (IEEE 802.3); Token Rings (IEEE 802.5 & FDDI); wireless LAN (IEEE 802.11). PACKET SWITCHING. Switching & forwarding; Datagram Networks; Virtual Circuit networks; Bridges and LAN switches; ATM networks. INTERNETWORKING. IPv4- addressing, datagram forwarding, ARP; Routingdistance vector (RIP), Link state (OSPF), routing for mobile hosts; Global Internetsubnetting, CIDR, inter-domain routing (BGP), IPv6. END TO END PROTOCOLS. Simple demultiplexer (UDP); Reliable byte stream (TCP)segment format, connection management, sliding window, flow control, adaptive retransmission, congestion control, TCP extension, performance. OVERVIEW OF WIRELESS COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS. Access technologies, cellular communication, fundamentals, GSM, GMSK radio link features, speech coding in GSM, modulation and demodulation, Operation of cellular systems, Frequency band allocation, Concept of frequency reuse, Cochannel interference. The hand-off problem in cellular radio systems. Wireless LAN, mobile cellular, Code Division Multiple Access.

ELEMENTS OF SATELLITE COMMUNICATION. Satellite frequency bands, satellite system, modulation, multiple access. Communication Satellite. Orbital period, orbital

parameters, geostationary, geosynchronous orbit description. Earth Station. Earth station, high power amplifier, up converter, down converter, monitoring and control.

MULTIPLE ACCESS. FDMA, TDMA, DAMA, SCPC, SPADE.

SATELLITE PACKET TRANSMISSION. Slotted ALOHA, Packet reservation.

SATELLITE SPREAD SPECTRUM COMMUNICATION. DA - CDMA, frequency hopping, synchronisation and acquisition, introduction VSAT, mobile sat.

Experiments: 1. Study of network operating system 2. Virtual Circuit networks. Note: Suggest additional experiments based on syllabus.

DIGITAL ELECTRONICS LAB:

Sub: Digital Electronics


Experiments: 1. 2. 3. Verification of truth table of various type of logic gates using TTL ICs, verify DeMorgans theorem using logic gates. Verification of NAND, NOR gate as a universal gate. Implementation of given Boolean Expression using combinational logic and verification of truth table. Implementation of minimised version of equation and checking the truth table. Design and implementation of 4 bit binary to gray converter, 4 bit BCD to excess-3 converter. Design and implementation of half adder and half & subtractor. Design and implementation of full adder and full subtractor.

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4 bit binary parallel adder using MSI chip. Design and implementation R-S, clocked R-S, T and D flip-flop. Design and implementation J-K, J-K master slave flip-flop. Design and implement ripple binary counter, up/down counter.
Design and implement 4 bit serial shift, parallel shift register.

APPLIED ELECTRONICS LAB


Sub: Digital Signal Processing Experiments: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. Generation of Basic Signals i) Unit impulse ii) Unit step iii) Exponential iv) Ramp v) Sinusoidal Computation of Impulse response of the system Computation of Step response of the system Basic operation on signals i) Signal shifting ii) Signal folding iii) Signal addition Basic operation on signals i) Signal multiplication ii) Convolution iii) Corrlation Study of TMS320C54xx Architecture Writing ALP for the following operation a) Addition b) Subtraction c)Multiplication Writing ALP for Convolution Operation Writing ALP for Correlation Operation Writing ALP for FFT Computation FIR filter design using TMS320C5402 Kit

MICROPROCESSOR LAB:
Sub: Advanced Microprocessors And Applications Experiments: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Introduction to working of HIL 2961 and Micro-friend - III kits. BCD to HEX conversion. 32 Bit number addition. Sum of six eight bit numbers. Data transfer program.

6. HEX to ASCII conversion. 7. Largest number finding program. 8. 16 bit addition. 9. 8 bit multiplication. 10. Sorting of data 11. Rolling & flashing display of message. 12. Arbitrary waveform generation using microprocessor and displaying on CRO. 13. Demonstration of interrupts and process control. 14. Execution of programme to carry out multiplication and division, addition and subtraction. 15. Execution of programme to convert BCD to ASCII and vice versa. 16. Execution of programme to display counter zero on display using 8051 kit. 17. Timing and counting algorithms on micro controllers. 18. Study of interrupts in micro controllers. 19. Study of interfacing 8051/8039 with ADC. 20. Interfacing stepper motor and direction control. 21. Execution of assembly language programmes with external memory.

RADAR AND MICROWAVE LAB Sub: Microwaves And Radars Experiments: 1. To study the characteristics of the reflex klystron tube and to determine its electronic turning range. 2. To determine the frequency and wavelength in a rectangular wave guide working on TE10 mode. 3. To determine the standing wave ratio and reflection coefficient. 4. To plot VI characteristics of Gunn diode. 5. To measure the polar pattern of horn antenna. 6. Study of microwave components (circulator, isolator and directional coupler).