The curriculum of this course incorporates the fundamentals of electronics along with applications of communications to make a student through with the knowledge and skills to make a electric circuit of a communications system. It makes the students analytical and opens the broad areas of employment from various industries.
The curriculum includes dissertation, projects, elective exams, assignments during M.Tech. in Electronics and Telecommunications Engineering course. It will enhance their skills, way of looking at problems and finally will give them a practical approach to real life scenarios.
Each semester consists of some core subjects and some electives but the general subjects that are prescribed by most of the universities are-
Name of the Subject
Mathematics for Communication Engineering
Vector spaces, linear dependence, matrix representation of linear transformation, Basic Limit theorem, Linear Predictions and filtering
This subject intends to provide the mathematical tools which students will require in the following course and to be well knowledge of linear algebra and its applications
System Designs using embedded processors
Microcontroller, PIC Peripherals and Interfacing, Introduction to embedded systems, Real Time operating systems
This subject will give them thorough knowledge of PIC controllers, basics of embedded systems and real time operating systems.
Signal Processing Systems Lab
Advanced Digital Communication
Random process, Central Limit theorem, cross correlation and auto correlation functions, communication over band limited channels.
This subject teaches us the fundamentals of digital communication and the recent developments in it.
Wireless channel modes, fading channel capacity, Cellular Communication, Spread Spectrum and CDMA
This subject provides description of wireless mobile communication, and students can know about different channels in a wireless network
Digital Systems Design
Introduction to VHDL, analysis of clocked sequential networks, programmable LSI techniques
This subject teaches them to design and implement their ideas to make sequential digital system and even test it
Zero memory sources, source coding, channel capacity, uniquely decodable codes, Entropy calculation
This subject will make the students able to be well aware of Information theory as it provides detailed concepts and fundamentals of Information Theory.
Internet Architecture, Broadband services and QoS issues, Introduction to queuing theory, statistical multiplexing in Communication
This subject provides in depth knowledge of Internet Architecture and other applications such as statistical multiplexing and internetworking applications
Fourier and sampling theory, splines, biorthogonality, time frequency analysis
This subject gives an introduction to wavelets theory and its applications.
Biomedical Signal Processing
Concurrent, coupled and correlated processes , cardio vascular applications, neurological applications
This subject focuses on introduction of biomedical signal fundamentals, tools , and neurological applications of signal processing.
Linear Systems Theory
Finite dimensional signal space, linear systems, invertibility, polynomial applied to operators, metric spaces
This subject teaches about vector space representation of signals, orthonormal bases and basics of linear systems.
Review of line commutated converters, inverters, voltage control, current source inverters, phase controllers
This subject provides an insight to power electronics in a detailed and profound way and also uses of its applications. It tells about how the inverters are made, different sources and modification of power circuits.
Spectral Analysis of Signals
Power spectral density, PSD estimation, Parametric method for rational spectra, folter bank methods, periodogram properties.
This subject deals with introduction to spectral analysis and different methods for spectral analysis.
rings and fields, basic encryption techniques, elliptic curves, concept of cryptanalytic, Euclidean domains
This subject provides basic knowledge of secure communications and building up of mathematics of secure communications.
Colleges evaluate the students in an effective manner by using two methods of Internal Assessment and External Assessment. Internal assessment includes the class tests, assignments, and projects, practical etc. And the external examinations include the main written test students have to take each semester to show their conceptual knowledge and applications. Internal assessment generally forms 25-35% of the total marks and the rest lays on external exams.