B.E. Electrical Engineering:Principles of Communication SystemsThapar University
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First Year: Semester I Mathematics I Engineering graphics Computer Programming Physics Solid Mechanics Communication Skills First Year: Semester-II Mathematics II Manufacturing Process Chemistry Electrical and Electronic Science Thermodynamics Organizational Behavior Second Year- Semester - I Semiconductor Devices Measurement Science and Techniques Digital Electronic Circuits Circuit Theory Electromechanical Energy conversion Electromagnetic Fields Human Values, Ethics and IPR Second Year- Semester – II Numerical and Statistical Methods Fluid Mechanics Power Generation and Economics Analog Electronic Circuits Electrical and Electronic Measurements Transmission and Distribution of Power Environmental Studies Third Year- Semester – I Power Electronics Asynchronous Machines Switch gear and Protection Microprocessors Optimization Techniques Engineering Economics Summer Training (6 Weeks after 2nd year during summer vacation) Third Year- Semester – II Total Quality Management Control Systems Synchronous Machines Power System Analysis Flexible AC Transmission Systems Fourth Year- Semester – I High Voltage Engineering Operation and Control of Power Systems Electric Drives Intelligent Algorithms in Power Systems Fourth Year- Semester – II Project Semester Project Industrial Training Principles of Communication Systems Introduction: Definition of communication systems, block diagram, modulation, Types of signals, basic transmission signals Fourier analysis of Signals: amplitude, phase and power spectrum, auto-correlation and cross correlation and their Fourier transform. Analog modulation systems: Amplitude, frequency and angle modulation and demodulation systems, spectral analysis, super heterodyne receivers, pulse code modulation, differential PCM, delta modulation Digital modulation schemes: Amplitude, phase and frequency shift keying schemes (ASK, PSK, FSK), Multiplexing time division, frequency division , additive gaussian noise, characterization using correlation, probability density functions, power spectral density, signal to noise ratio calculation for AM and FM. Elements of digital communication systems, source coding, channel coding, digital modulation and demodulation. Elements of information theory, channel capacity. Elements of satellite and mobile communication. Principles of television engineering, radar engineering and radio aids to navigation.