B.Tech in Electronics & Communication Engineering

Shri Mata Vaishno Devi University
In Jammu

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  • Bachelor
  • Jammu
  • Duration:
    4 Years
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Jammu
Katra, Distt. Jammu & Kashmir Pin-18230, 18230, Jammu and Kashmir, India
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Course programme

B.Tech in Electronics & Communication Engineering

The field of electronics is the fastest growing and the most rapidly changing area of technology in the current times. Electronics has become the all-pervasive technology, which finds application in all spheres of engineering including computers, communication, defense, mechatronics, instrumentation, automation, robotics, artificial intelligence, computer networks, satellites, education etc. The use of electronics has brought about a drastic change in the way human civilization exists today.

The field of communication has benefited significantly because of the growth of electronics technology. Currently it is possible to communicate using computers and mobile phones across cities, deserts, and oceans via satellites orbiting in space but there is more to come. Latest technologies in the communication field are entirely dependent on the field of electronics.

Similarly the field of measurements, which is a fundamental act among humans, has benefited immensely with the growth of electronics. Every industrial process in the world needs to be measured- so that it can be understood, its efficiency can be improved, errors can be reduced, reliability can be improved, safety can be improved, process can be automated, processing cost can be reduced etc. The instruments and technology that is used for measurement of various parameters is called Instrumentation and since all latest technologies are electronics based therefore a comprehensive knowledge of both Electronics & Instrumentation is critical.

Objectives
The school of Electronics & Communication engineering has been set up to impart training of the highest standards to the students, in the field of electronics, thus preparing them to meet the exacting demands of the highly competitive global industrial market.

The objectives of the B.Tech Programme are:

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The progressively impart training starting from the basic fundamentals of electronics and covering the entire spectrum of current technologies being used in the field of communication, digital design, chip design and industry in general.
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To instill in the students a sense of curiosity about the field of electronics and make them confident to explore and innovate.
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To ensure that the students develop strong work ethics, organizational skills, team work and understand the importance of being a thorough professional.

Training Methodology
The emphasis of the program is on practical, hands-on learning. Significant part of the curriculum is dedicated to ensuring that the students get to work with latest equipment and explore the implementation of the knowledge learnt through the class-work. Besides regular class-work, skills of the students are honed by their participation in group discussions, presentations, group assignments and project work which is mandatory 5th semester onwards. The students face continuous evaluation based on these activities. The students are also required to undergo summer training in an industrial environment to learn industrial standards of project management, teamwork, quality considerations and documentation.

Infrastructure
State-of-the-art laboratories, containing the latest equipment have been set up to ensure that the students get complete facilities to thoroughly understand and explore the concepts of electronics as learnt in the class-room. Specifically keeping in mind the fact that the University is located in a region where day-to-day industrial interaction is not feasible, the latest equipment is provided in the laboratories itself to ensure that the students are kept abreast of the newer technologies being used in the industry. The school has established laboratories in collaboration with Multi-national companies like Xilinx Inc., USA & Freescale Semiconductors Ltd., USA. The following laboratories have been established to provide the students with the best possible facilities for enhancing the value of the learning process:

1. Analog Electronics Lab

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Basic Electronics & electrical Lab
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Linear Integrated circuits Lab
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Electronics Circuits Lab
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Power Electronics Lab

2. SMVDU Xilinx Lab - Established with support from M/s Xilinx Inc., USA

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Digital Electronics Lab
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VHDL & FPGA Lab

3. SMVDU Freescale Systems Lab - Setup in collaboration with Freescale Semiconductors Inc.(Erstwhile Motorola Semiconductor)

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Microprocessor Lab
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Microcontrollers Lab
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Embedded Systems Lab

5. Communication Engineering Lab

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Analog Communication Lab
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Digital Communication Lab

6. Electrical Machines Lab

7. Advanced Communication Engineering Lab

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Microwave Engineering Lab
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Optical Fiber Communication Lab
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Switching Networks Lab

8. Instrumentation & Control Engineering Lab

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Electronic Measurement & Instrumentation Lab
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Control Systems Engineering Lab
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Process Control Lab (Under development)
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Virtual Instrumentation Lab (Under development)

9. PCB Fabrication & Project Lab

Course Structure
Semester I

First Year

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Code Subject
L-T-P

Credit
SPML 101B Solid State Physics 3-1-0
4
SPML 102B Calculus & Linear Algebra 3-1-0
4
EMEL 101B Engineering Graphics 1-0-3

2.5
PLNL 101B English in Practice 2-0-0

2
ECSL 101B Computer Fundamentals & Information Technology 3-0-0

3
EECL 101B Electrical Science and Engineering

3-1-0

4
SPMP 102B Solid State Physics Lab 0-0-3

1.5
ECSP 101B Basic Computer Lab 0-0-2

1
EECP 103B Basic Electrical Engineering Lab 0-0-2

1
Total Credits

15-3-7

23


Semester II

First Year

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Code Subject
L-T-P

Credit
SPML 101B Electromagnetic Waves & Fields 3-1-0
4
SPML 104B Differential Equations & Vector Calculus 3-1-0
4
ECSL 102B Introduction to Programming with �C� 3-0-0

3
EMEL 103B Elements of Mechanical Engineering 3-0-0

3
EECL 102B Basic Electronics 3-1-0

4
PLNL 101B Communication Skills 2-0-0

2
ECSP 102B Programming Lab 0-0-3
1
SPMP 101B Electromagnetic Waves & Fields Lab 0-0-3

1.5
EECP 102B Basic Electronics Lab 0-0-3

1
EMEP 101B Workshop Practice 0-0-3

1.5
Total Credits

17-3-10

25


Semester III

Second Year

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Code Subject
L-T-P

Credit
SPML 201B Integral Transforms & Complex Analysis 3-1-0
4
EECL 201B Electrical Machines 3-0-0
3
EECL 202B Electronic Circuits & Simulation 3-0-0

3
EECL 203B Antenna & Wave Propagation 3-0-0

3
EECL 206B Digital Electronics 3-1-0

4
EECL 210B Power Electronics & Appliances 3-0-0
3
EECP 204B Digital Electronics Lab 0-0-3

1.5
EECP 201B Circuits & Simulation Lab 0-0-2

1
EECP 202B Electrical Applications Lab 0-0-3

1.5
Total Credits

18-2-8

24


Semester IV

Second Year

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Code Subject
L-T-P

Credit
SPML 203B Probability Theory & Statistical Methods 3-0-0
3
EECL 205B Analog Communication Engineering 4-0-0
4
EECL 204B Linear Integrated Circuits & Applications 3-1-0

4
EECL 209B Microprocessor & Interfacing 3-1-0

4
SPML 204B Material Science 3-0-0

3
PPCL 201B Principles of Logic 3-0-0
3
EECP 205B Analog Communication Engineering Lab 0-0-2

1
EECP 209B Microprocessor & Interfacing Lab 0-0-3

1.5
EECP 203B Linear Integrated Circuits Lab 0-0-2

1
Total Credits 19-2-7 24.5


Semester V

Third Year

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Code Subject
L-T-P

Credit
EECL 301B Digital Communication Engineering 3-0-0 3
EECL 304B Advance Microprocessor & Microcontroller 3-0-0 3
MENL 351B Engineering Economics & Management 3-0-0 3
EECL 302B Signals & Systems 3-1-0 4
ECSL 309B Data Communication & Computer Networks 3-0-0 3
ECSL 208B Introduction to Data Structures with C 2-0-2 3
EECP 307B Advance Microprocessor & Microcontroller Lab 0-0-3 1.5
EECP 302B Digital Communication Engineering Lab 0-0-3 1.5
EECD 301B Mini Project-1 (ECE) 0-0-2 1
Total Credits

17-1-9

23


Semester VI

Third Year

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Code Subject
L-T-P

Credit
EECL305B Digital Signal Processing 3-1-0 4
EECL306B Electronic Instrumentation & Measurement 3-0-0 3
EECL307B Control Systems 3-0-0 3
EECL308B Optical Fibre Communication 3-0-0 3
MBUL 301B Digital System Design using VHDL 3-1-0 4
EECP 304B Project Management for Engineers 2-0-0 2
EECP 305B VHDL Lab 0-0-2 1
EECP 306B Optical Communication Lab 0-0-2 1
EECP 307B Instrumentation & Control Lab 0-0-3 1.5
EECP 306B Digital Signal Processing Lab 0-0-2 1
EECD 302B Mini Project-II (ECE) 0-0-2 1
Total Credits 17-2-11 24.5

Note: Practical Training to be performed in the summer vacation following the sixth semester
Semester VII

Fourth Year

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Code Subject
L-T-P

Credit
EECC 401B Colloquium 0-0-3 3
EECL 401B Digital Signal Processor & Applications 3-1-0 4
EECL 402B Microwave & Radar Engineering 3-1-0 4
EECL 403B VLSI - Design 3-1-0 4
EECL 42X Elective � I 3-0-0 3
EECL 42Y Elective � II 3-0-0 3
EECP 402B Microwave Lab 0-0-2 1
EECP 401B DSP Application Lab 0-0-2 1
EECP 402B VLSI Lab 0-0-2 1
EECD 401B Major Project Phase-I

0-0-6

3
Total Credits 15-4-12 25


Semester VIII

Fourth Year
Code Subject
L-T-P

Credit
EECL 404B Mobile Cellular Communication 2-0-0 2
EECL 43X Elective � III
3-0-0
3
EECL 43Y Elective � IV
3-0-0
3
EECD 402B Major Project Phase-II 0-0-16 8
Total Credits 8-0-16 16


Elective - I & II (VII Semester)

Elective - III& IV (VIII Semester)
Code Subject
Code

Subject
EECL 421 Telecommunication & Switching Networks EECL 432

Telemetry
EECL 422 Consumer Electronics EECL 433 Advanced VLSI System Design
EECL 423 Advance Fibre Optic Networks EECL 436 Advanced Antenna Design
ECSL421 Advanced DSP EECL 437 Microprocessor Based System Design
EECL 425 Object Oriented Programming EECL438 Wireless Application Protocol & Bluetooth
ECSL 424 Information Theory & Coding EECL4 39 Satellite Communication
EECL 427 Embedded Systems EECL 437 Microprocessor Based System Design
PLNL 423 Rhetoric & Public Speaking ECSL 440 Advance Computer Architecture
PLNL 424 Indian Writing in English MENL 441 Industrial Economics
PLNL 425

Phonetic and Phonology
MBUL 440 Marketing Management
PLNL 302 Riddles of Existence


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