B.E. Electronics & Comm. Engg:Satellite Communication

Thapar University
In Patiala

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  • Bachelor
  • Patiala
  • Duration:
    4 Years

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Thapar University P.O Box 32, 147004, Punjab, India
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Course programme

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 Numerical and Statistical Methods Measurement Science and Techniques Electromagnetic Fields Semiconductor Devices Signals and Systems Digital Electronic Circuits Human Values, Ethics and IPR Second year: Semester II Optimization Techniques Analog Electronic Circuits Networks and Transmission Lines Electrical Engineering Materials Analog Communication Systems Data Structure and Information Technology Environmental Studies Third year: Semester I Digital Signal Processing for Communications Microprocessors VLSI Circuit Design Digital Communication Systems Microelectronics Technology Linear Integrated Circuits and Applications Summer Training(6 weeks) Third year: Semester II Project Semester Project Industrial Training(6 weeks) Fourth year: Semester I Antenna and Wave Propagation Modern Control Engineering Wireless and Mobile Communication Systems Microwave Engineering Engineering Economics Fourth year: Semester II Optical Communication Systems Advanced Communication Systems HDL Based Digital Design Total Quality Management Minor Project Satellite Communication Introduction: Space Communication for terrestrial needs Electronic & other factors, current trends. Satellite Launch Systems: Fundamentals of rocket propulsion, Multistage rockets, Orbit Circularisation. Elements of Communication Satellite Design: Space Environment, Spacecraft Configuration, Spacecraft Subsystem, Pay Load, Reliability Considerations, Spacecraft Integration, testing and facilities, Spacecraft operations. Orbital Aspects of Satellite Communication: Orbital period and velocity. Effects of orbital indication, Azrmclth and elevation (detailed derivation), coverage angle & slant range. Satellite eclipse, placement of a satellite in a geostationary orbit Satellite: Satellite subsystems: Amplitude and orbit control system (AOCS), Telemetry, tracking and command (TT& C), Power system, communication subsystems. Brief description of spacecraft antennas, frequency reuse. Satellite link design: Effective Isotropic Radiated Power (EIRP) system noise temperature and G/T (Antenna gas to system noise temperature) ratio, adjacent channel interference, intermodulation interference, carrier to noise ratio. Rain induced attenuation, overall satellite link design. Multiple Access: The concept of multiple access communications, frequency division multiple access (FDMA) calculation of the overall carrier to noise ration on FDM/FM/FDMA link.Time Division Multiple Access (TDMA): TDMA frame structure : Reference Burst, Traffic Burst, guard time. TDMA Burst Structure : Carrier and clock recovery sequence, unique word, signalling channel, traffic data. TDMA Frame efficiency. TDMA super frame structure, Frame acquisition and synchronisation. Burst time plan, control & co-ordination by the reference station. TDMA timing.

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