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 Signal Theory (EEL711/3-0-0)
Representation of deterministic signals: Orthogonal representation of signals.
Dimensionality of signal spaces. Construction of orthogonal basis functions.
Time-bandwidth relationship: RMS duration and bandwidth, uncertainty relations.
Random Processes: Definition and classification, stochastic integrals, Fourier
transforms of random processes, stationary and non-stationary processes,
correlation functions. Ergodicity, power spectral density, transformations of
random processes by linear systems. Representation of random processes (via
sampling, K-L expansion and narrow band representations), special random
processes (white Gaussian noise, Wiener-Levy processes, shot-noise processes,
Markov processes). Optimum Filtering : Matched filters for deterministic signals
in white and coloured Gaussian noise. Wiener filters for random signals in white
and coloured Gaussian noise. Discrete and continuous time filters.

Digital Communications (EEL762/3-0-0)
Elements of information theory. Source coding theorem, Huffman coding,
channel coding theorem, channel capacity theorem. Sampling process :
Baseband and bandpass sampling theorems, reconstruction from samples.
Practical aspects of sampling and signal recovery. TDM. Waveform coding.
Techniques : PCM. Channel noise and error probability. DPCM and DM. Coding
speech at low bit rates. Prediction and adaptive filters. Baseband shaping for
data transmission. PAM signals and their power spectra. Nyquist criterion. ISI
and eye pattern. Equalization. Digital modulation techniques : Binary and Mary
modulation techniques. Coherent and non-coherent detection. Bit vs. symbol
error probability and bandwidth efficiency. Error control coding: Rationale for
coding. Linear block codes, cyclic codes and convolutional codes. Viterbi
decoding algorithm and trellis codes. Spread-spectrum modulation : Pseudonoise
sequences. Direct-sequence and frequency-Hop spread spectrum, Signal-space
dimensionality and processing gain. Data networks : Communication networks.
Circuit switching. Store-and-forward switching. Layered architecture. Packet
networks and multiple-access communication.

Telecommunication Systems (EEL767/3-0-0)
Fundamentals of singals, signal transmission and media, modulation techniques,
equalization, amplification, crosstalk, attenuation, switching principles, telephony,
signaling, transmission systems-DSL, optical radio.

Telecommunication Software Laboratory (EEP773/0-1-4)
CASE tools, object-oriented program development, use of Telecommunication
network simulator, implementation using C/C++/Java, network management
software design, V.5 test and simulation.
Wireless Communication Laboratory (EEP776/0-1-4)
Characterization of fading effects, Delay Spread Measurement, Fading
Countermeasures using Antenna diversity and Frequency diversity,
Demonstration of Handover, Transmission of Text over RS-232 Wireless
Communication Link, Antenna Half Power Beamwidth measurements, VSWR
and Impedance measurement of Antennas, Polarization of Antennas, Cross
Polar Discrimination and Polarization Diversity, Basic MIMO systems.

Telecommunications System Management (SML723/3-0-0)
Telecom Technology Systems Evolution: Recent Developments in Telecom
Industry, Regulation & Liberalization policy. Technomanagerial aspects of
telecommunication, role of the telecommunication managers in a dynamic
environment. The business of telecommunication; telecommunication as a
facilitating infrastructure for economic development of the country, technical
survey of the ways and means that voice, data and video traffic are moved long
distances, data network, the telephone system. Module II : Issues of the
monopolization and deregulation of telecom, national telecom policy, various
institutions/ organizations like telecom regulatory authority etc; conveyance.
Telecom service costing, economic evaluation of telecom projects, telecom
project financing.

Telecommunication Technologies (EEL818/3-0-0)
Data Networks, ISDN, SS7, Access- WILL/RILL, DECT, FITL, WAN-Frame
Relay, ATM, Telecommunication Management network (TMN), Teletraffic Theory
and Network analysis, Network planning and design.

Telecommunication Networks Laboratory – I (EEP775/0-1-4)
Use of laboratory and Telecommunication field test instruments such as :
oscilloscopes, oscillators, RMS meters, transmission impairment measuring
systems, return loss meters, etc. Enables students to study voice and data
switching functions and to measure transmission and traffic characteristics on
models of the major business communication systems and carrier transmission
facilities (controlled LAN environments, Ethernet, E1, T1/T3, Frame Relay lines).
Experimental procedures include the use of frequency and time division multiplex
systems and the modulation techniques employed by in such systems and the
observation of noise and distortion effects.

Computer Networks (EEL703/3-0-0)
Review of data communication techniques. Data transmission, line coding, error
control coding. Data switching, circuit switching, message and packet switching.
Network model ISO-OSI model, primitives and services. Elements of queuing.
Data link control Simplex, pipelined and sliding window protocols, simplex
performance analysis. X 25 data link layer. Random access techniques. Pure,
slotted and finite population ALOHAs. Stability in ALHOAs. Routing and
congestion control static, adaptive, centralized and distributed routing
procedures, congestion control. Local Area Networks LAN topologies and
protocols, IEEE 802.x protocols, implementation and performance issues. High
speed LANs. Transport layer. Quality of service transport classes. Design issues,
buffer management, synchronization. Session and presentation layer
synchronization issues, formatting, data compression, data security.

Multi Media Systems (EEL707/3-0-2)
Multimedia streams, multimedia signal conditioning, compression standards,
storage     mechanisms,      multimedia  databases,    multimedia    document
management-hypertext and hypermedia, distributed multimedia, data networks
for multimedia distribution, content and media stream synchronizations, virtual
reality and teleprescence, contemporary multimedia systems, case studies.

Telecommunication Switching and Transmission (EEL716/3-0-0)
Introduction: Basicline circuits in telephony and telegraphy; long-haul
communication circuits; principles of circuits switching, & signaling: schemes,
CCS7; Review of transmission systems - cable, radio, microwave optical,
satellite, troposcatter. Review: Strowger’s and crossbar switches; space-time-and
space time division switching; single stage and multi-stage switching network +
example, principles of large scale switch design. Properties of connecting
networks: mathematical models of network states, rearrangeability: wide-sense
and strict sense non-blocking criteria, slepian- Duguid Theorem, Paull’s
Theorem. Traffic Engineering and Teletraffic Theory: Markov processes
representing traffic, calculation of blocking probability, stationary probability
measures for ergodic Markov processes, combinatorial interpretation, and
calculation of blocking probability. Switching Network Control and management,
data networks and protocols, ISDN, Message Handling systems/intelligent
networks, multiservice bradband switching fabrics- ATM

Digital Signal Processing (EEL731/3-0-0)
Discrete time signals and systems Ztransforms. Structures for digital filters.
Designs procedures for FIR and IIR Filters. Frequency Transformations : Linear
phase design. Introduction to DFT. Errors in digital filtering. Hardware
implementation considerations.

Access Networks (EEL817/3-0-0)
The access loop, wired and wireless access, radio access, optical access
networks, PONs, access standards, V5.x standards, service provisioning and

Protocol Engineering (EEL845/3-0-2)
Principles, stages, specification formalisms (UML, SDL, ASN.1) of telecom
protocol design, protocol software development process, and computer aided
protocol engineering, verification, object and testing of protocols oriented
techniques in protocol development.
Internet Technologies (EEL855/3-0-2)
Introduction to the basics of networks, introduction to the Internet, comparison of
Internet architectures, network applications, encryption, e-commerce, Web
enabled systems, virtual reality, and multimedia applications over Internet.

Network Security (EEL857/3-0-2)
Practical topics in network security and cryptography, cryptographic protocols,
inter-networking security mechanisms, private and public key encryption, IPSEC-
Internet Protocol security architecture.

Mobile Computing (EEL858/3-0-0)
Overview of mobile computing, wireless and mobile computation – SS7 and
GSM, mobile IP, wireless mobile ATM, multicast routing protocols, location
management, mobile agents, mobility management.

Network Management (EEL859/3-0-2)
Network planning, network initialization and configuration management, fault
management, usage accounting, and security. Current network and management
products. development of network management systems and the role played by
network management protocols and products.

Wireless Communication (EEL860/3-0-2)
Cellular Concept. Mobile Radio Propagation. Co channel Interference.
Modulation Techniques. Diversity. Channel Coding. Multiple Access. Cellular
Coverage Planning. Wireless Networking. Wireless Systems and Standards.

Introduction to Telecommunication Systems (EEL882/3-0-0)
Basics of data communication, telephone systems, modulation and
demodulation, multiple channel communication, introduction to communication
channels, introduction to data networks and their applications.

Embedded Telecommunications system Laboratory (EEP757/0-1-4)
Real-time operation systems, object-oriented design for embedded systems-
UML, Petrinet based program development, real-time protocol stack design, real-
time programming, lightweight wireless protocols/Bluetooth.

Telecom Networks laboratory (EEP858/0-1-4)
Specification and implementation of the alternating-bit protocol in SDL ATM
Signaling Protocols Hand-over in GSM radio mobile network, Data transmission
with GSM in the non-transparent mode, Protocol analysis of data transmission
via Ethernet LAN, Development of voice based services for intelligent networks,
Planning and evaluation of DECT systems.
Network Software Laboratory (EEP881/0-1-4)
Network simulation tools, characterization of networks, test procedures for
network software, real-time operating systems, object-oriented design for
networks, optimization tools, visualization techniques.

Telecommunication System Analysis Planning and Design (SML726/3-0-0)
Module I : An introduction to the basic system analysis tools, the procedures for
conducting system analysis advanced software principles, techniques and
processes for designing and implementing complex telecommunication systems.
Module II : Planning and implementation of telecommunications systems from
strategic planning through requirements, the initial analysis, the general feasibility
study, structured analysis, detailed analysis, logical design, and implementation.
Module III : Current system documentation through use of classical and structural
tools and techniques for describing flows, data flows, data structures, file
designs, input and output designs, and program specifications. The student
would gain practical experience through a project as part of a term paper.

International Telecommunication Management (SML728/3-0-0)
Module I : Rote of select International Institutions. Historical development and
evolution of telecom, Patterns of Transaction in international telecom
management; managing the market growth. Structure of the Telecommunications
sector of developed and developing in select countries; trends in privatization;
liberalization and deregulation. Module II : Role of telecommunications in socio-
economic development; new technologies and services for international
telecommunications; business application of global networks. Regional
prospectus on development of Telecom. Module III : Current issues and
implications for the industry, Indian markets, policy issues, skill formation for ITM,
problems, challenges of growth.

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