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BACHELOR OF SCIENCE

IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

Elective Course Outlines


BS (EE)-Batch 2012

NATIONAL UNIVERSITY
of Computer & Emerging Sciences
LAHORE CAMPUS

CONTENTS . . . . . . . .
Courses

Page

Elective Courses for Batch 2012


EE323 Analogue and Digital Communication ......................................................................1
EE302 Digital Signal Processing ...........................................................................................2
EE324 Electronic Circuit Design ...........................................................................................3
EE317 Data Communication & Networks .............................................................................4
EE 405 Telecommunication Systems ....................................................................................5
EE 407 Wave Propagation and Antenna Theory ...................................................................6
EE403 Wireless and Mobile Comm. .....................................................................................7
EE215 Computer Organization & Architecture .....................................................................8
EE419 Embedded Systems ....................................................................................................9
CS 210 Data Structures and Algorithms .....................................................................................10
CS213 Fundamentals of Databases ........................................................................................11
EE324 Power Electronics ......................................................................................................12
EE320 Digital Design ............................................................................................................13
EE426 Industrial Processes Control.......................................................................................14
EE xxx Integrated Electronics ...............................................................................................15
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Course Title
Pre-requisite(s)

Analog and Digital Communication (Common Core)


Signals and Systems
Probability & Random Processes

Text Book(s)

Title
Author
Publisher
Title
Author
Title
Author

Ref. Book(s)

Objective:

Course Code
Credit Hrs

EE323
3+1

Modern Digital and Analog Communication Systems, 3rd Edition


B P Lathi
Oxford University Press
Digital Communications, Fundamentals and Applications, 2nd Ed.
Bernard Sklar
Communication Systems, 3rd Edition
Simon Hykins

Theory: To introduce fundamental communication principles and explore the


application of these principles to contemporary analog and digital communication
systems.
Lab: To learn generation and processing of analog and digital communication
signals and to observe the impact of channel impairments such as noise on various
communication signals and methods.

Week Course Contents/Topics


01
Introduction to communication systems
02
Introduction to signals, Some useful signal operation, Review of Fourier series
Review of Fourier Transform, Transforms of some useful functions, Fourier
03
Transform Properties, Signal transmission through a linear system, Signal distortion
over a communication channel
Amplitude (Linear) Modulation: Baseband and carrier communication, Amplitude
04
Modulation DSB, Amplitude Modulation
05
Quadrature Amplitude Modulation QAM, Amplitude Modulation SSB
06
VSB, Superheterodyne AM receiver
07
Generalized concept of Angle Modulation, NBFM and WBFM
Phase modulation, Generation of FM waves (Indirect method of Armstrong, Direct
08
generation)
09
Demodulation of FM (Slope detector, Zero crossing detector, Phase locked loop)
Sampling theorem, signal reconstruction, Aliasing, Some applications of sampling
10
theorem
Pulse Code Modulation (PCM), Quantizing, Non-uniform quantization, Compandor,
11
Encoder, Transmission BW and output SNR
12
Differential PCM (DPCM) and Delta modulation
Digital communication system, line coding (polar signaling, on-off signaling bipolar
13
signaling)
14
Pulse shaping, Nyquist criteria for zero ISI, Scrambling, Regenerative repeater
15
Digital carrier systems, Digital multiplexing
Evaluation Criteria
Quizzes, Assignments
Midterm (I+II)
Final Exam

Chapter
1
2
3
4
4
4
5
5
5
6
6
6
7
7
7

20%
30%
50%

1|Page

Course Title
Pre-requisite(s)

Digital Signal Processing (Common Core)


Signals and Systems

Text Book(s)

Title

Ref. Book(s)

Objective:

Week
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16

Author
Publisher
Title
Author

Course Code
Credit Hrs

EE302
3+1

Digital Signal Processing Principles, Algorithms and Applications,4th


edition
John G. Proakis, Dimitris G. Manolakis
Prentice Hall
Discrete-Time Signal Processing
Allen V. Oppenheim and Ronald W. Schafer, Prentice Hall

Theory: This course introduces the fundamental techniques of digital signal


processing. Purpose of the course is to develop ideas about the various aspects of
digital signals and systems. The end goal of the course is to get the students capable of
designing basic DSP entities
Lab: All the theoretical aspects are supplemented in the lab. This lab introduces
students to DSP design and analysis techniques. Lab sessions emphasize on teaching
key DSP concepts on software using MATLAB and programming of signal
processing algorithms on TMS320C6713 DSP board

Course Contents/Topics
Introduction to course, (1.1 - 1.3) Sampling, ADC, DAC, quantization 1.4
(4.1), Fourier series and Fourier transform of discrete-time signals, power density
and energy density spectra 4.2
DTFT properties 4.3 - 4.4
Discrete Fourier transform DFT 7.1, Properties of DFT 7.2
Properties of DFT 7.2, DFT in linear filtering, overlap save and overlap add
methods 7.3, frequency analysis using DFT 7.4
Discrete cosine transform 7.5
Fast Fourier transform FFT 8.1
Use of FFT 8.2, quantization effects 8.4.2
(2.2), Discrete-time systems 2.3, Convolution sum Frequency response, difference
equations 2.3, 2.4
FIR & IIR system structures 2.5, correlation 2.6, z-transform 3.1
Properties of z-transform 3.2 - 3.3
Inverse z-transform 3.4, poles and zeroes, Analysis of LTI systems in z-domain
3.5, One-sided z-transform 3.6
Frequency selective filters 5.4
Inverse Systems, Deconvolution 5.5
Design of FIR filters 10.1, 10.2, Design of IIR filters 10.3
Filter Design 10.3, MultiMate Signal Processing 11.1 - 11.4

Chapter
1
4
4
7
7
7
8
8
2
2, 3
3
3
5
5
10
10, 11

Evaluation Criteria:
Quizzes, Assignments
Midterm (I+II)
Final Exam

20%
30%
50%

2|Page

Course Title
Pre-requisite(s)

Electronic Circuit Design (Breath Core)


EE 214

Text Book(s)

Title
Author
Publisher
Title
Author

Ref. Book(s)

Publisher
Objective:

Week
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15

Course Code EE 224


3 + 1
Credit Hrs

Microelectronic Circuits, Theory and Applications


Adel S. Sedra
Oxford University Press, 5th Edition
Design with Operational Amplifiers and Analog ICs
Sergio Franco
McGraw Hill, 3rd Edition

Theory:The objective of this course is to develop in students the ability to


analyze and design electronic circuits, both analog and digital. The
emphasis is placed on operational amplifiers and their application in linear
and non-linear circuits. The course also covers digital CMOS logic circuits
and their applications.
Lab: To acquire knowledge about operational amplifiers and their
applications in practical electronic circuits. To use the op-amps and design
circuits that performs arithmetic operations on analog signals. To
implement wave-form generators. To verify theoretical concepts.

Course Contents/Topics
Introduction, Amplifiers, Amplifiers Circuit Models, Frequency Response
Operational Amplifiers, The ideal OPAmp, Inverting and Non-inverting Amp
Difference Amplifier
Effect of Finite Open-Loop Gain, Large signal Operation of OpAmp
DC Imperfections, Integrators and Differentiators
Non-Linear Operations. OpAmp applications
Signal and Waveform Generators, Wien-Bridge Oscillator
Bistable Multi-vibrator, Astable Multi-vibrator
Monostable Multi-vibrator
IC Timers
Precision Rectifiers
Digital circuit Design, CMOS Circuits
CMOS Logic Gates, Performance analysis
Latches and flip-flops
Random Access Memories, Emitter Coupled Logic

Evaluation Criteria:
Quizzes, Assignments
Midterm (I+II)
Final Exam

Chapter
1
5
5
5
5
5
11
11
11
11
11
9
9
13
13

20%
30%
50%

3|Page

Course Title
Pre-requisite(s)

Data Communication & Networks (Breath Core)


-

Text Book(s)

Title
Author
Publisher
Title
Author
Tutorial
IP
TCP

Ref. Book(s)
Ref. RFCs

Objective

Course Code
Credit Hrs

EE 317
3+1

Computer Networks, Fifth Edition


Andrew S. Tanenbaum
Prentice Hall
Communication Networks
Leon Garcia, Widjaja
RFC 1180https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc1180
RFC 791https://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc791.txt
RFC 793http://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc793

Course: Introduction to theoretical foundation and the protocol and


architecture of modern computer communication networks.
Lab: Reinforcement of theoretical concepts through hands on experience in data
communications and network technology.

Week
01

Course Contents/Topics

Chapter*
Course overview; introduction to computer networks and reference 1 (1-2)

models/network architectures
Physical Layer; fundamental concepts and theoretical basis for data 2 (3-4)
transmission
03
3 (5)
Introduction to data link layer
04
3 (3)
Error detection and correction
05
3 (5)
ARQ Protocols
06
Medium access control
4 (6)
07
4 (6)
Multiple Access Protocols
08
4 (6)
Ethernet
09
4 (6)
Wireless LANs
10
5 (7)
Network Layer
11
5 (7)
Routing Algorithms
12
5(7)
Distance Vector Routing
13
6 (8)
Internetworking; network layer in the Internet (IP)
14
6 (8)
TCP
15
RFC1180
Tutorial RFC 1180
16
Application Layer (VoIP)/ QoS (Optional)
7
*Reference book chapters are given in brackets
02

Evaluation Criteria:
Quizzes, Assignments
Midterm (I+II)
Final Exam

20%
30%
50%

4|Page

Course Title
Pre-requisite(s)

Telecommunication Systems
EE 323 Analog and Digital Communication

Text Book(s)
Reference Book

Students will be provided industry white papers, case studies and some
concept papers to cover the course material.

Objective:

To learn the basic concepts, functions of network elements and structures


of telecom systems.

Week
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11-12
13-14
15
16

Course Code
Credit Hrs

EE405
3

Course Contents/Topics
Motivation. Voice centric to data centric networks. Basic requirements of a telecom
network.
Architecture of a telecom network. Functional requirement of access, core and
transport (transmission) layers.
Requirement on Access Layer: Bandwidth, telephony to broadband. Mobility. Access
technology: Taxonomy of access technologies.
Land line: from twisted copper pair to optical fiber to home DSL, Optical fiber access
networks; FTTC,FTTH
Wireless Access Network: Frequency reuse, FDMA. TDMA, CDMA, SDMA
Wireless Access Network: AMPS to GSM , 3G technologies
Wireless Access Network: LTE and 4G
Wireless Access Network: 5G technologies and convergence
Core Networks: from circuit switches to soft switches
Core Networks Auxiliaries: IN, VLR and HLR servers
Transport Layer: Coaxial to wireless to optical fiber. PDH and SDH.
Synchronization, PON, Ethernet on SDH and other technologies.
Signaling: CCS 7 to SIP
Basic traffic theory and dimensioning of networks and QOS
Network Management

Evaluation Criteria:
Quizzes, Assignments
Midterm (I+II)
Final Exam

20%
30%
50%

5|Page

Course Title
Pre-requisite(s)

Wave Propagation and Antenna Theory


EE305 Electromagnetic Theory

Text Book(s)

Title
Author
Publisher
Title
Author

Ref. Book(s)

Objective:

Week
01
02-03

04

05

06

07

Course Code
Credit Hrs

EE407
3+1

Fundamentals of Applied Electromagnetics


Fawwaz T. Ulaby
Pearson Education
Field and Wave Electromagnetics
David K. Cheng

To equip students to analyze and design simple transmission line circuits.


To provide an understanding of how electromagnetic waves propagate in
vacuum and how they radiate from a linear dipole antenna. To provide an
understanding of wave propagation in lossy media. To teach students how
modes are formed in a hollow single conductor waveguide.

Course Contents/Topics
Mathematics of Wave Motion
Three conditions of wave phenomenon
Wave Equation in 1, 2 and 3 dimensions
General solution of wave equation.
Concept of length of a circuit
Lumped circuit model of a transmission line
Telegraphers Equations
Wave equation for a transmission line
Solution of wave equation
Lossless transmission line
Characteristic impedance of a transmission line
Reflection coefficient, Standing Wave Ratio
Input impedance of a transmission line, Power Flow
Smith Chart, Stub Matching
Transients
Scalar and vector magnetic potentials
Retarded Potentials
Phasor expressions of V and A
Time harmonic fields
Uniform Plane Wave
Propagation in Lossless Media
Polarization

Evaluation Criteria:
Quizzes, Assignments
Midterm (I+II)
Final Exam

Chapter
1, Lecture
Notes
Lecture
Notes

20%
30%
50%

6|Page

Course Title
Pre-requisite(s)

Wireless & Mobile Communications


EE319

Text Book(s)

Title
Author
Publisher
Title
Author
Publisher
Title
Author
Publisher

Ref. Book(s)

Objective:

Week
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16

Course Code
Credit Hrs

EE403
3

Wireless Communications: Principles and Practice


Theodore S. Rappaport
Prentice Hall
Wireless Communications & Networks
William Stallings
Pearson
Wireless & Cellular Communications
William Lee
McGraw-Hill

To introduce the fundamental concepts and technologies concerning


wireless and mobile communication systems. To introduce theory of
mobile communications, frequency reuse, cellular concept, coverage and
capacity, large scale and small scale models. To explain the underlying
principles of 2G technology thus enabling students to comprehend the 3G,
4G and 5G evolution.

Course Contents/Topics
Course Introduction, Introduction to wireless and mobile systems
Cellular Systems, Evolution of cellular systems
Cellular concept
Cellular concept
Cellular design, trunking theory
Capacity improvement
Reflection Diffraction Scattering
Large scale models
Small scale fading
Doppler shift, Time dispersion parameters
Modulation, Diversity and equalization
GSM (Introduction and Architecture, Channels and bursts)
GSM (Mobility management and security)
GSM (Signal processing)
GPRS
UMTS

Chapter
1
2
3
3
3
3
4
4
5
5
6
11
11
11
11
11

Evaluation Criteria:
Quizzes, Assignments
Midterm (I+II)
Final Exam

20%
30%
50%

7|Page

Course Title
Pre-requisite(s)

Computer Organization & Architecture (Breath Core)


Digital Logic Design

Text Book(s)

Computer Organization and Architecture 7th Edition


Title
William Stallings
Author
Publisher Pearson Education, Inc., 2006

Reference
Book(s)

Title(s)

Objective:

Theory: This goal of this course is to develop a clear understanding of the basic

Course Code
Credit Hrs

EE215
3+1

Structured Computer Organization 5th Edition by Andrew S. Tanenbaum


2006 by Pearson Education, Inc.
Computer System Architecture, Mano, M. Morris 2005 PHI

organization of computing systems. It covers logical basis of computer structure,


machine representation of instructions and data, flow of control and basic machine
instructions. It also includes processor pipeline designs and memory hierarchy
systems.
Lab: Teach students basic principles about computer architecture and assembly language
programming.
Week Course Contents/Topics
01
Computer components and computer functions
Interconnection Structures, Bus Interconnection
02
Main Memory, Error Correction, DRAM Organization
03-04 Cache Memory Principles
Elements of Cache Design
04-05 Magnetic Disk, RAID
Optical Memory
06-07 ALU, Integer Representation and Arithmetic (Addition, Subtraction, and
Multiplication),Floating Point Representation and Arithmetic
08
Machine Instructions
Types of Operands and Operations
09
Addressing Modes, Instruction Formats

Chapter
3.1 3.4
5.1 5.3
4.1 4.3
4.5.1 (Ref 1)
6.1 6.3
2.3 (Ref 1)
9.1 9.5
(Ref 2)
10.1, 10.2, 10.4
5.5 (Ref 1)
11.1, 11.3
5.4 (Ref 1)
12.1 12.4

10-11

Processor Organization, Register Organization, Instruction Cycle,


Instruction Pipelining

12-13

RISC, Instruction Execution Characteristics, Register Files, Architecture


Pipelining, RISC vs. CISC

13.1 13.5

14-15

Control Unit, Micro-Operations, Control of the Processor


Hardwired Implementations

16.1 16.3

Evaluation Criteria:
Quizzes, Assignments
Midterm (I+II)
Final Exam

20%
30%
50%

8|Page

Course Title
Pre-requisite(s)

Embedded Systems
Microprocessor Programming and Interfacing (EE-303)

Text Book(s)
Ref. Book(s)

Title
Title
Author
Title
Author
Title
Author
Title
Author

Objective:

Course Code
Credit Hrs

EE-419
3+1

Not Applicable, Multiple Reference Books Will be Used


1* Embedded System Design , An Introduction to Processes and Tools and
Techniques
Arnold S. Berger
2* PIC Microcontroller and Embedded Systems, using Assembly and C for
PIC18
Muhammad Ali Mazidi et Al.
3* Real Time Concepts for Embedded Systems
Qing Li & Caroline Yao
4* Embedded System Design , Embedded Systems Foundations of CyberPhysical Systems 2nd Edition
Peter Marwedel

Course: The Objective of this course is to introduce students to the basics of integrated
hardware and software design for industrial embedded systems. The course will introduce state
of the art methodologies, tools, components and design flows used in industry for commercial
embedded system design.
Lab: The lab experiments will provide hands on experience for working with different microcontrollers and the use of Real Time Operating Systems (RTOS) for embedded system design.
Book
No/Chapter
2*/0.3,1,2

Week

Course Contents/Topics

01
02-03
04
05

Introduction to PIC Microcontroller Architecture and Programming Model


Introduction to PIC Microcontroller Architecture and Programming Model
2*/3,4,6
Introduction to PIC Microcontroller Architecture and Programming Model
2*/7,9,11
Introduction to embedded systems, motivational examples and qualitative metrics for 4*/1
measuring embedded system efficiency
Embedded System Design flow full picture
1*/1
Embedded processor selection process
1*/2
Embedded processor selection process, performance and benchmarks
1*/2
Hardware Software Partitioning techniques and case studies
1*/3
Introduction to Real Time Operating Systems : Objects and services
3*/4
Task and Multitasking
3*/5
Scheduling Algorithms
3*/5
Synchronization and Resource sharing techniques for multitasking
3*/6
Synchronization and Resource sharing techniques for multitasking
3*/7
Memory management in Embedded systems
3*/13
Case Studies of differentRTOSes
NA

06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16

Evaluation Criteria:
Quizzes, Assignments, Class participation 20%
30%
Midterm (I+II)
50%
Final Exam

9|Page

Course Title
Pre-requisite(s)

Data Structures and Algorithms


EE112 Programming for Engineers II

Text Book(s)

Title
Author
Publisher

Fundamentals of Data Structures in C++, 2nd edition


Horowitz, Sahni and Mehta

Title

Data Structures and Algorithms and Applications in C++

Author

Sartaj Sahni

Title

C++ Plus Data Structures, 3rd Edition, Jones and Bartlett, 2003

Author

N. Dale

Ref. Book(s)

Objective:

Week
01
02
02
03
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15

Course Code CS210


3
Credit Hrs

Universities Press

To understand the fundamental data structures and the various sorting and
searching algorithms available in computer science and their application to
different problems. It also introduces the theory of complexity and
develops the skills needed to analyze time (and space) requirements for a
data structure and associated algorithms.

Course Contents/Topics
Fundamentals of Performance Analysis
Introduction to Abstract Data Types
Arrays as ADTs, Multidimensional arrays and mapping functions
Linked List ADT
Stack ADT
Queue ADT
Trees, Binary Trees
Binary Tree Traversals
Sorting Algorithms (Quicksort)
Sorting Algorithms (Mergesort)
Priority Queues, Heap, Heapsort
Binary Search Trees. Insertion and Deletion
Height Balanced Trees: B-trees, 2-3 Tree
Hash Tables
Graphs

Evaluation Criteria:
Quizzes, Assignments
Midterm (I+II)
Final Exam

Chapter
1
2
2
4
3
3
5
5
7
7
7
5
10
8
6

20%
30%
50%

10 | P a g e

Course Title
Pre-requisite(s)

Fundamentals of Database Systems


-

Text Book(s)

Title
Author
Publisher
Title
Author
Title
Author

Ref. Book(s)

Objective:

Week
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15

Course Code
Credit Hrs

CS213
3+1

Fundamentals of Database Systems


Ramez Almasri
Addison Wesley
An Introduction to Database Systems
C. J. Date
Database Management Systems
Raghu Ramakrishnan

Theory: This course is an introduction to Relational Databases Management


Systems. The course will cover fundamental concepts of Databases with an
emphasis on modeling, designing and implementation of Database systems.
Lab:To give hands on experience to students, to create and manage an actual
database using a database management system. It also familiarizes the
students with basic front end technologies.

Course Contents/Topics
Introduction to Database, Database System Concepts and Architecture
ER Modeling
ER Modeling (Higher degree relationships and examples)
Enhanced ER Modeling
Enhanced ER Modeling (multiple inheritance, union types)
Relational Data Model and Relational Database Constraints
Relational Database Design by ER and EER to Relational Mapping
The Database Language SQL: Schema Definition, Constraints, DDL
The Database Language SQL: DML Queries
The Database Language SQL: Stored Procedures, Views, and Triggers
Functional Dependencies
Functional Dependencies (Equivalent and minimal sets)
Normalization of Relational Databases
Normalization of Relational Databases (Higher normal forms)
The Relational Algebra

Evaluation Criteria:
Quizzes, Assignments
Midterm (I+II)
Final Exam

Chapter
1&2
7
7
8
8
3
9
4&5
4&5
4&5
15&16
15&16
15
15
6

20%
30%
50%

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Course Title
Pre-requisite(s)

Power Electronics (Breath Core)


EE 224

Text Book(s)

Power Electronics, Principles & Applications


Title
J. Michael Jacob
Author
Publisher 2002 Thomson Delmar
Power Electronics
Title
Author
Ned Mohan

Ref. Book(s)

Objective:

Week
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15

Course Code
Credit Hrs

EE 324
3+1

Theory: This course guides students through the techniques required in


the design, analysis, and fabrication of power electronic circuits and
systems. It will also discuss power electronics applications in consumer,
commercial, and industrial world.
Lab: To provide practical experience of design, analysis and building of
power electronic circuits by utilizing theoretical concepts.

Course Contents/Topics

Chapter
Advanced Operational Amplifier Principles, Op Amp Characteristics
1
Universal Analysis Technique, Composite Amplifier, Suspended Supply Amp. 1
Power Parameter Calculations, Common Waveforms, Average, RMS
3
Average & Instantaneous Power Calculations
3
Linear Power Amplifier, OPA548, Low Power Audio Amplifier
3
High Power Audio Amplifier
4
The Enhancement Mode MOSFET, Class A Common Drain Amplifier
5
Class B Push-Pull Amplifier, Class B Amp with Op Amp Driver
5
Parallel MOSFET in a Linear Amp, Amplifier Protection
5
Power Switches, Switching Characteristics (Diodes, Transistors)
6
Parallel MOSFET Switches, Low Side SwitchesHigh Side Switches, MOSFET 6
Switch Drivers, H Bridge
Switching Power Supplies, Buck Regulators, Boost Regulators
Line Voltage Flyback Converter
Thyristor, Device Characteristics
Snubbing, Triggers, Proportional Power Circuits

Evaluation Criteria:
Quizzes, Assignments
Midterm (I+II)
Final Exam

7
7
8
8

20%
30%
50%

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Course Title
Pre-requisite(s)

Digital Design
Computer Logic Design

Text Book(s)

Title
Author
Publisher
Title
Author

Ref. Book(s)

Objective

Week
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15

Course Code
Credit Hrs

EE320
3+1

Circuit Design with VHDL


Volnei A. Pedroni
Prentice Hall
RTL Hardware Design using VHDL
Pong P. Chu

Theory:The basic objective of this course is to develop the skills to write VHDL
code that can be synthesized to efficient logic circuits. Students will get the basic
understanding of VHDL and programmable logic design process, synthesis,
placement, routing, and creation of test benches for design verification.
Lab: This lab focuses on using VHDL programming (simulation as well as
synthesis) to design systems based on FPGAs
Course Contents/Topics
Introduction, Fundamental Concepts of Digital System Modeling
Code Structure
Data Types
Operators and Attributes
Concurrent Code (concurrent vs sequential, concurrent code using operators,
when statement, with select when, For Generate)
Concurrent Code (simple and Guarded Blocks), Sequential Code (Introduction to
Process, signals vs variables, if statement)
Sequential Code (different implementation of shift registers, wait, case,
sequential circuit examples)
Sequential Code (Sequential Loops, case vs if, case vs when, Bad clocking,
sequential circuit to design combinational circuits )
Signals and Variables (constant, using signals, using variables, differences
between signals and variables, examples)
Signals and Variables (Registers, shift registers and counters) , Introduction to
state machines (Review of Computer Logic Design concepts)
State Machines in VHDL
Circuit Designs
Packages and Components
Functions and Procedures
Additional System Designs

Evaluation Criteria:
Quizzes, Assignments
Midterm (I+II)
Final Exam

Chapter
1
2
3
4
5
5, 6
6
6
7
7, 8
8
9
10
11
12

20%
30%
50%

13 | P a g e

Course Title
Pre-requisite(s)

Industrial Processes Control


Feedback Control Systems

Text Book(s)

Title
Author
Publisher
Title
Author

Ref. Book(s)
Ref.

Objective

Week
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16

Tutorial

Course Code
Credit Hrs

EE 426
3+1

Programmable Logic Controllers, Fifth edition


W.Bolton
Elseviers Science & Technology Rights Department in Oxford
Feedback Systems An Introduction for Scientists and Engineers
Karl Johan Astrom and Richard M. Murray
1.IIT Kharagpur online course for industrial Automation
2.Practical Control Guide: NIELVIS QNET

Course: Understanding Different Layers of Architecture of Industrial


Automation and to use Sensors and Actuators to control Processes
Course Contents/Topics
Course overview; introduction to industrial automation
Role of Automation in Industry
Types of Economies, Static and Dynamic Characteristics of sensors
Characterization and Types of Automation systems
Architecture of Industrial Automation systems [ Levels ]
Sensors as Input devices, Sensor Examples.
Automation & Control
Programmable Logic Controllers
Sequential Control using PLC
Concepts of Ladder Logic Sequence
Timers
Counters, Shift Registers
Programs
Basic concepts of PID control, Feed forward vs Feedback systems
Simple controllers for complex systems, Integrator wind up
Implementation of PID controllers

Chapter*
1 (RFC 1)
2 (RFC 1)
2 (RFC 1)
3 (RFC 1)
3

1
1
1
2,3
5
9
10,11
14
1 (RFC 2)
2 (RFC 2)
3 (RFC 2)

*Reference book chapters are given in brackets


Evaluation Criteria:
Quizzes, Assignments
Midterm (I+II)
Final Exam

20%
30%
50%

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Integrated Electronics
Prerequisites: Electronic Circuit Design
Objective: Teach the analysis and design of digital electronic circuits and operational amplifier,
and introduce the fabrication of electronic devices.

Course Outline:
Detailed design of pulse and switching circuits; mono-stable, a-stable and bi-stable circuits; Schmitt
trigger; logic families (DTL, TTL, ECL, I2L, CMOS); Introduction to the fabrication of digital
microelectronic pMOS, nMOS, CMOS, and BiCMOS circuits; epitaxy, ion implantation and
oxidation; differential amplifiers: DC and AC analysis of differential amplifier; design of simple
differential amplifier; level translator; current sources (simple current mirror, Widler and Wilson
current source): output stage design; use of op-amp as a circuit element, offset and offset
compensation, op-amp with negative feedback, frequency response of an op-amp, DC and AC
analysis of op-amp ICs; amplifier; linear and non-linear applications. analogue and digital circuit
interface with applications;

Lab Outline:
Comparator analysis, inverting and non-inverting amplifiers, analog-to digital and digital-to-analog
converters, dual regulator, switched capacitor voltage converter, op-amp DC characteristic
measurement, op-amp speed, single-supply op-amp, function generator, phase locked-loop,
frequency synthesizer.

Recommended Books:
1. Adel S. Sedra and Kenneth C. Smith, Microelectronic Circuits, Fifth Edition, 2003, Oxford
University Press, ISBN: 0195142519T.T
2. Thomas L. Floyd and David M. Buchla, Basic Operational Amplifiers and Linear Integrated
Circuits, Second Edition, 1999, Prentice Hall, ISBN: 0130829870.

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