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A student must undertake a research work analywis M. The student is required to prepare and submit the thesis within the time specified. The thesis will be graded and a student must get at least a C grade, which is the passing grade for this course.

A student must undertake a research project work on M. The student is required to prepare and submit the report within the time specified. The report will be graded and a student must get at least a C grade, which is the passing grade for this course. This is an optional non-credit course. The internship aims at providing on-the-job exposure to the students and an opportunity for translating theoretical concepts to real life situations.

Students are placed in business enterprises, NGOs and research institutions for internship. The duration of internship will be a maximum of 8 weeks. The report will be graded. Propagation in mobile radio channels: Diversity and combining techniques: Interference and management and mobility management in wireless communications, security in wireless communication systems.

Selected transactions and industry standards. David Tse, “Fundamentals of Wireless Communications”. Bahai and Burton R. John Bellamy, “Digital Telephony”, Wiley. Advances in WDM technologies: William Stallings, “High Speed Networks: Introduction to optical communications: Motivation for using optical methods in data transmission. Brief history of optical communications, Generic optical communication system.

Key components and their functions; Propagation of light in fibres: Principles of optical waveguiding.

Fibre modes and their properties. Single mode, multimode fibres. Recently developed fibre types; Signal ciruit Loss limited systems and dispersion limited system. Detectors of optical signals: Photodiodes, materials and structures: Optical amplifiers amplified systems: Design and principles of optical fibre amplifiers.

Noise accumulation in long-span systems. Implications for long distance trans-oceanic data transmission; Nonlinear effects: Effective length of nonlinear interaction.


Self-phase modulation; Raman scattering; Brillouin scattering; four-wave mixing. Optical solitons; Advanced optical systems: Wavelength multiplexing and time-division multiplexing of optical signals. Ultrahigh-capacity optical data transmission; review of terabit-per-second systems.

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Detrimental effects of nonlinearities and dispersion on system performance. Thyagarajan, “Introduction to Fiber Optics”, Cambridge, Senior, “Optical Fibre Communications: Principles and Practice”, Prentice Hall, 2nd ed, Representation of bandpass circkit and systems, modulation and demodulation for the additive white Gaussian noise channel, optimal demodulation for signals with random phase, noncoherent detection for binary and M-ary orthogonal signals, hard and soft decoding for linear codes, concatenated codes, performance of coded modulation systems, characterization of fading multi-path channels, diversity techniques, performance of coded systems on fading channels, direct performance of coded systems on fading channels, direct sequence and frequency hopped spread spectrum systems.

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Part I, Wiley, Jacobs, “Principles of Communication Analsis, Wiley, Capabilities and limitations; Mobile Network Layer, Mobile ad hoc intdoduction, routing protocols, quality of service and others, Capabilities and limitations; Transport Layers and Mobility Support; Transmission control protocols TCP for mobile systems.

File store for mobile systems. Web, WAP and other mark up. Sklar, “Digital Communication”, Prentice -Hall, Kurzweil, “Digital Communications”, Wiley, Commercial dimensions of networks: QoS, service surround, customer service, service centres; Pricing and product profitability: Introduction to role of network management, Configuration management, event management, testing, access and security, network planning, work management; network management standards, network management model, OSI and Internet management approaches, TMN; element management, and network control layer; service management, service management layer functions, service templates, generation of service definitions; future prospects for automation, role of AI, KBS, HCI, co-operating agents, Network Security: Mauro and Kevin J.

Analysid Stallings, “Cryptography and Network Security: Principles and Practice” EEE Purposes and procedures of network planning, Site survey and selection; Propagation analysis and coverage planning; Capacity planning; Radio frequency planning; Advanced planning aspects. O’Reilly, “Telecommunication principles”, Chapman and Hall, 2nd ed, Peter Whittle, “Probability”, Peguim Education. Types of networks – circuit-switched, packet-switched, connection-oriented, connectionless, single-rate, multi-rate, Framing, time slots, headers; Evolution of networks – the telephone network, the Internet, local area networks, the move to broadband networks; Asynchronous Transfer Mode ATM.

Intruders, Viruses and Worms; Hardware architectures required to implement algorithms; Firewalls. Why wavelets, subband coding and multiresolution analysis? Video compression and the 3-D wavelet transform. Beyond JPEG, non-linear approximation and compression. X based wired and wireless LANs. Multiple random variables, Transmission through linear systems.


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Geometrical representation of signals. Gaussian random noise, Optimum receiver, Non-white channel s. Measure of information, Source encoding, Error-free communication over a noisy channel, Channel capacity of a discrete memoriless system, Channel capacity of a continuous channel. Cyclic codes, Burst-error detecting and correcting codes, Convolutional codes, Comparison of coded and uncoded systems.

Review of basic semiconductor physics and III-V materials. Wileyy electron mobility transistor HEMT: Fundamentals of quantum mechanics.

Overview of important issues in high performance digital VLSI design: Interconnect as key limiting factor, wire modeling, clock distribution of high speed system, power distribution, crosstalk and power distribution noise.

Low power design issues. Structured design strategies, automated synthesis, placement and routing, circuit extraction, simulation, design rule check and testing.

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Combinational and sequential system design, state machine design, subsystem design, architectural design. Practical chip design examples.

Bosco Leung and Charles G. Two Dimensional Signal Processing: Classifications of static power converters and their application. Control circuits for static power converters. Pulse analysiw modulation; PWM control of static power converters. Hysteresis current of AC drives. Design of protection circuits for static power converters. Design of microcomputer controllers for static power converter switching. Overview of basic silicon processing steps, photolithography, isolation technique, threshold voltage adjustment, design rules and layout, technology for nanoscale fabrication.

Jd.irwin of Giga-Scale Integration. Reliability and yield, interconnects and delay, power dissipation and thermal issues, economics issues, active devices beyond CMOS, Si optoelectronic components. Geometrical optics and Ray-transfer matrix: Reflection, refraction, imaging, and lenses. Definition of ray-transfer matrix and applications. Electromagnetic theory of light: Optical wave functions, wave equations, Maxwell’s equations in various media, energy flow and absorption.

Fraunhofer diffraction, Fresnel diffraction, diffraction at aperture and straight edge, diffraction gratings.