Course of M.Phil (Electronics )
All courses are of 3 credits each. Students are required to register for four courses in the first and second semester. In the third and fourth semester, they are required to carry out a project of 26 credits.
Track : Devices |
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EL-611 Laser-1 |
Course Outline:Interaction of radiation with matter, stimulated emission and absorption, line broadening Mechanisms, optical and electrical pumping processed, rate equation approach, CW and transient laser behaviour, Q-switching and mode locking of laser, plane parallel and confocal optical resonators, types of lasers |
Suggested Books: 1. A.E. Siegman, Lasers (University Sciences Books1986). |
EL-711 Laser-II |
Course Outline:Modulation of laser beams, electro-optic, acousto-optic and magneto-optic effects and devices, nonlinear optical susceptibility, electromagnetic propagation in an isotropic media, second-harmonic generation, parametric processes, optical phase conjugation, optical bistability |
Suggested Books: 1. A. E. Seigman, Laser (University Sciences Books 1986). |
EL-651 Microelectronics-1 |
Course Outline:MOS transistor, space vs time, logic circuits, delays, timer and clock periods, cross coupled circuit, scaling, yield statistics, formal description of design rules, two phase clocks, levels of abstraction, programmable logic arrays, finite state machines, fabrication, symbolic layout languages, system simulation test generation and testing |
Suggested Books: 1. C. A. mead, L. A. Conway, Introduction to VLSI Systems (polo Alto 1978). |
EL-751 Microelectronics-II |
Course Outline:Design of a data processing engine: ALU, buses, barrel shifter, communication, functional specification, the stored program machine, microprogramming, minimization of interchip communication, system timing-synchronization and arbitration, interfacing independently timed modules, resolution of contention, analog interface and special purposes MOS circuits, distributed system architecture |
Suggested Books: 1. C. A. Mead and L. A. Conway, Introduction to VLSI Systems (Addison-Wesley, California 1978). |
Track : High Frequency |
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EL-612 Engineering Optics |
Course Outline:Theory of diffraction, fresnel zone plates, video disc systems, design of lenses, Fourier transforming and imaging properties of lenses, holography, optical imaging systems, spatial filtering, information processing, pattern recognition optical computing |
Suggested Books: 1. K. Lizuka, Engineering Optics (Spirnger-Verlag 1987). |
EL-621 Wave Propagation |
Course Outline:Maxwell’s equation, Greens functions, plane wave spectrum, multiple expansions, propagation in general homogeneous media, guided wave propagation; radiowave, propagation, scattering of electromagnetic waves |
Suggested Books: 1. C. H. Papas, Theory Electromagnetics Wave Propagation (Dover 1988). |
EL-712 Fiber Optics |
Course Outline:Introduction to optical fibers, wave and ray optics, TE and TM modes in dielectric slab waveguides, characterization of modes in step-index and graded-index fibers, power distribution and delay distortions, fabrication of optical fibers, fiber measurements, sources coupling splicing a connectors, examples of fiber communications systems |
Suggested Books: 1. A. H. Cherrin, Introduction to Optical Fibers (McGraw-Hill 1983). |
EL-721 Microwave Engineering |
Course Outline:Microwave network analysis, impendence matching, passive microwave devices, microwave filter design, active microwave circuits, microwave detectors and mixers |
Suggested Books: 1. D. M. Pozer, Microwave Engineering (Addison-Wesley 1990). |
EL-724 Antennas |
Course Outline:Basic antenna parameters, wire antennas, aperture antennas, analysis and synthesis of antenna arrays, receiving antennas, special antenna structure |
Suggested Books: 1. R. S. Elliott, Antenna Theory and Design (Prentice-Hall 1981). |
EL-761 Remote Sensing |
Course Outline:Radiative Transfer Theory: Black Body Radiation; Microwave Radiometry; Atmospheric Propagation and Emission; Radiometer Receivers; Surface and Volume Scattering and Emission; Applications to Meteorology, Oceanography, Hydrology. |
Suggested Books: 1. C. E. John, Introduction to the Physics and Techniques of Remote Sensing, (John Wiley 1987) |
EL-762 High Frequency Electromagnetics |
Course Outline:High Frequency asymptotic Techniques: Modal Solution (MS), Geometric Optics (GO), Physical Optics (PO), Geometric Theory of Diffraction (GTD), Physical Theory of Diffraction (PTD), Radar Cross Section (RCS), Radiation and Scattering from complex Structures. |
Suggested Books: 1. C. A. Balanis, Advance Engineering Electromagnetics, (John Wiley 1989) |
EL-763 Numerical Electromagnetics |
Course Outline:EM Theory, Integral Equation and Differential Equation Methods for Scattering from Infinite Cylinders, Algorithms for solution of Linear System of Equations, Discretization Process, Alternative Surface Integral Equation Formulations, 2D structures with 1D periodicity, 3D problems with Translational or Rotational Symmtery, Subsectional Basis Functions for Multidimensional and Vector Problems, Integral Equation Methods for 3D bodies, Frequency Domain Differential Equation formulation for open 3D problems, FDTD on orthogonal meshes. |
Suggested Books: 1. Andrew F. Peterson, Scott L. Ray and Raj Mittra, Computational Methods for Electromagnetics, (IEEE press 1998) 2. N. O. Sadiku, Numerical Techniques in Electromagnetics, Mathew 2nd Ed. (CRC Press 2000) |
Track : Circuits and Systems |
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EL-622 Digital Signal Processing |
Course Outline:Theory and design of FIR and IIR filters, digital ladder filtering, multirate filtering, adaptive filtering, finite word length and quantization effectrs in digital filters, fast fourier and number transforms and their applications, two dimensional signal processing, applications of digital signal processing, special purpose hardware for DSP, families of general purpose DSP chips |
Suggested Books: 1. L. Rabiner and B. Gold, Theory and Application of Digital signal Processing (Prentice-Hall 1975). |
EL-725 Advanced Digital Signal Processing |
Course Outline:Linear prediction, kalman filters, method of steepest descent, LMS algorithm, GAL algorithm, singular value decomposition, super-resolution algorithms using eigenvectors, standard recursive least square estimation, recursive feast-squares systolic arrays, fast transversal filters, recursive least-squares lattice filters, QR decomposition-based least squares lattice, blind deconvolution |
Suggested Books: 1. S. Haykin, Adaptive Filter Theory (Prentice-Hall 1991). |
EL-722 Digital Image Processing |
Course Outline:Image acquisition and digitization, low-level IP algorithms, filtering and edge detection, intermediate level algorithms, thinning, segmentation counter tracing, Hough transform parameterization, pattern recognition algorithms and technique, image processing, systems |
Suggested Books: 1. R. Gonzales and P. Wintz, Digital Image Processing (Addison-Wesley 1987). |
EL-641 Networks Synthesis |
Course Outline:Systems function and network response, scaling, properties of impedances, syntheses of one-ports, synthesis of ladder networks, pole-zero control by dependent sources, active synthesis with op-amps, approximation of magnitude, phase and delay response, frequency transformations |
Suggested Books: 1. A. Budak, Passive and Active Network Analysis and synthesis (Houghton Mifflin Compan, Boston 1974). |
EL-741 Computer Aided Circuit Design |
Course Outline:Device models, network topology, formulation of network equations, algorithms for linear nodal analysis, numerical techniques, algorithms for non-linear nodal analysis, computer formulation of state equations, numerical solutions for dynamic linear and non-linear networks, symbolic network function, sensitivity analysis |
Suggested Books: 1. L. O. Chua and P. M. Lin, Computer Aided Analysis of Electronics Circuits (Prentice-Hall 1975). |
EL-642 Chaos, Stability and Control |
Course Outline:Hamilton’s Equation, Phase Space, stability conditions, one dimensional electrical systems, mapping, transition to chaos, fractals, resonance analysis, quantum nonlinear dynamics and quantum chaos, quantum revivals, dynamical localization, applications |
Suggested Books: 1. T. Kapitaniak, Chaos For Engineers: Theory, Application and Control, (Springer Verlag 2000) |
EL-743 Statistical Signal Processing (Estimation Theory) |
Course Outline:Introduction to Estimation, Minimum Variance Unbiased Estimation, Kramer-Rao Lower Bound, Linear Estimators, General Minimum Variance Unbiased Estimation, Best Linear Unbiased Estimators, Maximum Likelihood Estimation, Least Square Approach, Bayesian Estimators |
Suggested Books: 1. H. L. Van Trees, Detection, Estimation and Modulation Theory (John Wiley 1968) |
Track : Computing |
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EL-631 Advanced Computing Systems |
Course Outline:Basic concepts and description of computing systems, computer networks and distributed computing, concurrent programming and parallel algorithms, memory management |
Suggested Books: 1. S. Tanebaum, Computer Networks (Prentice-Hall 1989). |
EL-731 Advanced Computer Architecture |
Course Outline:Review of serial computers, introduction to parallel processing, classifications of computer architectures, pipeline and vector processors, SIMD array processors, multiprocessor MIMD systems, performance evaluation of multiprocessor systems, case studies of multiprocessor systems |
Suggested Books: 1. K. Twang and F. Briggs, Computer Architecture and Parallel Processing (McGraw-Hill 1987). |
El-732 Quantum Computing |
Course Outline:Models for Computing, The analysis of computational problems, Quantum circuits, Quantum Fourier Transform and its applications, Quantum search algorithms, Conditions for quantum compotation, Harmonics oscillator quantum computer, Optical photon quantum computers, Optical cavity quantum Electrodynamics, Ion Traps and quantum computing, nuclear magnetic resonance and quantum computation. |
Suggested Books: 1. Micheal A. Nielsen and Isaac L. Chuang, Quantum Computation and Quantum Information (Cambridge 2002) |
EL-733 Operating Systems |
Course Outline:Operating systems design and Implementation: Multi-tasking, Concurrency and Synchronization, Inter Process Communication, Deadlock, Scheduling, Resource Allocation, Memory and Storage Management, Input-Output, File System, Protection and Security. |
Suggested Books: 1. Andrew S. Tanenbaum, Modern Operating Systems (Prentice Hall 2001) |
EL-734 Algorithms |
Course Outline:Fundamental Techniques for Designing Efficient Algorithms and Basic Mathematical methods for Analyzing their Performance. Paradigms for Algorithm Design: Divide and Conquer, Greedy Method, Graph Search Techniques, Dynamic Programming, Design Efficient Data Structures and Analysis of the Running time and Space requirements of Algorithms in the worst and average cases. |
Suggested Books: 1. T. H. Cormen, C. E. Leiserson, R. L. Rivese, C. Stein, Introduction to Algorithms, (MIT Press 2001) |
Track : Communications |
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EL-729 Information Theory |
Course Outline:The Concepts of Source, Channel, Rate of Transmission on Information, Entropy and Mutual Information, Noiseless Coding Theorem, Noisy Channels, Coding Theorem for Finite State Zero Memory Channels, Channel Capacity, Error Bounds, Parity Check Codes, Source Encoding, Source Coding Techniques; Quantization; Block Quantization; Differential Predictive Transform and Tree Coding, Introduction to Rate Distortion Theory, Applications; Speech and Image Coding. |
Suggested Books: 1. R. Togneri, C. J. S. Desilva, J. J. S. Sullum, Fundamentals of Information Theory and Coding Design (Discrete Mathematics and Its Applications) (Chapman & Hall 2003) |
EL-761 Digital Communications System |
Course Outline:Signals and Spectra, Formatting and Base Band Transmission, Band Pass Modulation and Demodulation, Communications Link Analysis, Multiplexing and Multiple Access, Spread Spectrum Techniques. |
Suggested Books: 1 J. M. Wozencraft and I. M. Jacobs, Principles of Communication Engineering (John Wiley 1965). |
EL-662 Error Correcting Codes |
Course Outline:Introduction to Algebra, Linear Block Codes, Arithmetic of Galois Fields, Cyclic Codes and their circuits, BCH codes, Codes based on Spectral Techniques, Algorithms Based on Spectral Techniques, Multidimensional Spectral Techniques, Fast Algorithms, Convolutional Codes, Codes and Algorithms for Decoding with Majority Logic, Composition and Performance of Error Correcting Codes, Efficient signaling for Noisy Channels. |
Suggested Books: 1. Richard E. Blahut, Theory And Practice of Error Control Codes, (Addison-Wesley 1983) |
EL-762 Queuing Theory |
Course Outline:Introduction to Queuing Systems, Important Random Processes, Birth-Death Queuing Systems in Equilibrium, Markovian Queues in Equilibrium, M/G/1 Queues, G/M/m Queues, Method of Collective marks, G/G/1 Queues. |
Suggested Books: 1 L. Klienrock, Queuing Systems, Vol 1, (John-Wieley 1975) |
El-763 Quantum Information |
Course Outline:Classical noise and Markov Processes, Quantum operations, Limitations of quantum operations formulism, distance measures for quantum information, quantum error correction, Shannon entropy, Von Nuemann entropy, Strong subadditivity, Holevo bound, Schumacher’s quantum noiseless channels, Quantum information over noisy quantum channels, Entanglement, Quantum Cryptography |
Suggested Books: 1Micheal A. Nielsen and Isaac L. Chuang, Quantum Computation and Quantum Information (Cambridge 2000) |
El-764 Cryptography |
Course Outline:Classical cryptography, cryptanalysis, entropy, Data Encryption Standard, Time-memory trade off, differential crypto analysis, RSA cryptosystem, probabilistic primality testing, factoring algorithms, signature scheme, Key distribution and key agreement, quantum key distribution, quantum error correction codes, quantum circuits, authentication code, secret sharing schemes |
Suggested Books: 1. Douglas R. Stinson, Cryptography Theory and Application, (CRC 1995) |
Track : Core |
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EL-625 Mathematical Methods |
Course Outline:Ordinary Differential Equations, Difference Equations, Approximate Solutions of Linear Differential Equations, Approximate Solutions of Non-Linear Differential Equations, Approximate Solutions of Difference Equations, Approximate Expansion of Integrals, Perturbation series, Summation Series, WKB theory. |
Suggested Books: 1. C. M. Bender and S. A. Orszag, Advance Mathematical Methods for Scientist and Engineers, (McGraw Hill 1987) |
EL-626 Applied Probability Theory |
Course Outline:Introduction to Probability, Random Variables, Bi-variate Probability Distributions, Multiple Random Variables, Heavy Tail Distributions and their Applications, Application to Digital Communication Systems, Quality Assurance. |
Suggested Books: 1. C. W. Helstrom, Probability and Stochastic Processes for Engineers, (Macmillan 1991) |
EL-623 Stochastic Processes |
Course Outline:Discrete Time Stochastic Processes: Expected Value, Covariance, Spectra, Markov Processes, Linear Discrete Time Systems Driven by White Noise, Measurement of Stationary Processes, Continuous Time Stochastic Processes; Expected Value; Auto-covariance Functions; Transformation of Stochastic Processes; Measurement of Stochastic Processes; Spectrum Density of a Stationary Process; Poisson, Affiliated and Guassian Stochastic Processes, Continuity and Differentiability of Stochastic Processes, Linear Differential Equations with Random Forcing Terms, Thermal Noise, Markov Processes in Continuous Time |
Suggested Books: 1. Carl W. Helstrom, Probability and Stochastic Processes for Engineers, (Macmillan 1991) |