ECE (Fall 2015) / (Spring 2016) / (Fall 2016)
Courses Curriculum offered to the undergraduate students of Dept of ECE:
Group I: Humanities | |||||
Existing Courses | Proposed Courses | ||||
Course Code | Course Title | CreditHours | Course Code | Course Title | CreditHours |
HUM – 101 | English I | 3.0 | HUM–101 | English I | 3.0 |
HUM – 102 | English II | 3.0 | HUM– 102 | English II | 3.0 |
HUM – 111 | Bangladesh Studies | 3.0 | HUM– 111 | Bangladesh Studies | 3.0 |
ECN – 101 | Principles of Economics | 3.0 | ECN – 101 | Principles of Economics | 3.0 |
ACN – 201 | Principles of Accounting | 2.0 | ACN – 201 | Principles of Accounting | 2.0 |
Sub Total | 14.0 | Sub Total | 14.0 | ||
Group II: Mathematics and General Science | |||||
MTH – 101 | Math I | 3.0 | MTH – 101 | Differential and Integral Calculus | 3.0 |
MTH – 103 | Math II | 3.0 | MTH – 103 | Geometry and Linear Algebra | 3.0 |
MTH – 201 | Math III | 3.0 | MTH – 201 | Vector Analysis and Complex Variable | 3.0 |
MTH – 203 | Math IV | 3.0 | MTH – 203 | Differential Equations, Laplace Transforms and Fourier Analysis | 3.0 |
MTH – 301 | Statistics and Probability | 2.0 | MTH – 301 | Statistics and Probability | 2.0 |
PHY – 101 | Physics I | 3.0 | PHY – 101 | Physics I | 3.0 |
PHY – 102 | Physics Lab | 1.5 | PHY – 102 | Physics Lab | 1.5 |
PHY – 103 | Physics II | 3.0 | PHY – 103 | Physics II | 3.0 |
CSE – 101 | Computer Fundamentals | 3.0 | |||
CSE – 102 | Computer Fundamentals Lab | 1.5 | |||
CHE – 101 | Chemistry | 3.0 | |||
CHE – 102 | Chemistry Lab | 0.0 | |||
Sub Total | 26.0 | Sub Total | 24.5 | ||
Group III: Core Courses | |||||
ECE – 101 | Basic Electrical Engineering | 3.0 | ECE – 103 | Electrical Circuits I | 3.0 |
ECE – 102 | Basic Electrical Engineering Lab | 1.5 | ECE – 104 | Electrical Circuits I Lab | 1.5 |
ECE – 105 | Electrical Circuits II | 3.0 | |||
ECE – 106 | Electrical Circuits II Lab | 1.5 | |||
CSE – 103 | Computer Programming in C | 3.0 | CSE – 103 | Computer Programming in C | 3.0 |
CSE – 104 | Computer Programming in C Lab | 1.5 | CSE – 104 | Computer Programming in C Lab | 1.5 |
CSE – 203 | Object Oriented Programming | 3.0 | CSE – 203 | Object Oriented Programming | 3.0 |
CSE – 204 | Object Oriented Programming Lab | 1.5 | CSE – 204 | Object Oriented Programming Lab | 1.5 |
CSE – 205 | Data Structures | 3.0 | |||
CSE – 206 | Data Structures Lab | 1.5 | |||
ECE – 205 | Electronic Circuits I | 3.0 | ECE – 205 | Electronic Circuits I | 3.0 |
ECE – 206 | Electronic Circuits I Lab | 1.5 | ECE – 206 | Electronic Circuits I Lab | 1.5 |
ECE – 207 | Electrical Machines | 3.0 | ECE – 207 | Electrical Machines | 3.0 |
ECE – 208 | Electrical Machines Lab | 1.5 | ECE – 208 | Electrical Machines Lab | 1.5 |
ECE – 379 | Solid State Devices | 3.0 | |||
IPE – 393 | Industrial Management | 3.0 | IPE – 393 | Industrial Management | 3.0 |
CSE – 209 | Numerical Methods | 3.0 | CSE – 209 | Numerical Methods | 3.0 |
ECE – 350 | Electronic Project | 1.5 | ECE – 370 | Electronic Shop Practice | 1.5 |
ECE – 210 | Electronic Simulation | 1.5 | ECE – 210 | Electronic Simulation | 1.5 |
ECE – 367 | Electronic Circuits II | 4.0 | ECE – 367 | Electronic Circuits II | 3.0 |
ECE – 368 | Electronic Circuits II Lab | 1.5 | ECE – 368 | Electronic Circuits II Lab | 1.5 |
CSE – 231 | Digital Logic Design | 3.0 | ECE – 211 | Digital Electronics | 3.0 |
CSE – 232 | Digital Logic Design Lab | 1.5 | ECE – 212 | Digital Electronics Lab | 1.5 |
ECE – 477 | Digital Electronics and Pulse Technique | 3.0 | |||
ECE – 478 | Digital Electronics and Pulse Technique Lab | 1.5 | |||
ECE – 357 | Measurement and Instrumentation | 4.0 | ECE – 357 | Measurement and Instrumentation | 3.0 |
ECE – 358 | Measurement and Instrumentation Lab | 1.5 | |||
ECE – 355 | Electromagnetic Fields and Waves | 3.0 | ECE – 355 | Electromagnetic Fields and Waves | 3.0 |
ECE – 359 | Communication Systems | 3.0 | ECE – 361 | Telecommunication Engineering | 3.0 |
ECE – 360 | Communication Systems Lab | 1.5 | ECE – 362 | Telecommunication Engineering Lab | 1.5 |
ECE – 377 | Industrial and Power Electronics | 3.0 | ECE – 375 | Power Electronics | 3.0 |
ECE – 378 | Industrial and Power Electronics Lab | 1.5 | ECE – 376 | Power Electronics Lab | 1.5 |
ECE – 353 | Linear Circuits and Systems | 4.0 | ECE – 335 | Signals and Communication Systems | 3.0 |
CSE – 333 | Microprocessors and Assembly Language | 3.0 | ECE – 325 | Microprocessors and Interfacing | 3.0 |
CSE – 334 | Microprocessors and Assembly Language | 1.5 | ECE – 326 | Microprocessors and Interfacing Lab | 1.5 |
Option I | 3.0 | ECE – 411 | Control System Engineering | 3.0 | |
Option I Lab | 1.5 | ECE – 412 | Control System Engineering Lab | 1.5 | |
ECE – 371 | Cellular Communication | 3.0 | ECE – 373 | Mobile Cellular Communication | 3.0 |
ECE – 372 | Cellular Communication Lab | 1.5 | ECE – 374 | Mobile Cellular Communication Lab | 1.5 |
ECE – 421 | Digital Communication | 3.0 | ECE – 421 | Digital Communication | 3.0 |
ECE – 422 | Digital Communication Lab | 1.5 | ECE – 422 | Digital Communication Lab | 1.5 |
ECE – 465 | Microwave Engineering | 3.0 | ECE – 465 | Microwave Engineering | 3.0 |
ECE – 466 | Microwave Engineering Lab | 1.5 | ECE – 466 | Microwave Engineering Lab | 1.5 |
ECE – 471 | Optical Fiber Communication | 3.0 | ECE – 471 | Optical Fiber Communication | 3.0 |
ECE – 472 | Optical Fiber Communication Lab | 1.5 | ECE – 472 | Optical Fiber Communication Lab | 1.5 |
ECE – 479 | VLSI Circuits | 3.0 | ECE – 479 | VLSI Circuits | 3.0 |
ECE – 480 | VLSI Circuits Lab | 1.5 | ECE – 480 | VLSI Circuits Lab | 1.5 |
ECE – 457 | Satellite Communication | 3.0 | |||
Option II | 3.0 | ECE – 461 | Digital Signal Processing | 3.0 | |
Option II Lab | 1.5 | ECE – 462 | Digital Signal Processing Lab | 1.5 | |
CSE – 327 | Computer Network | 3.0 | CSE – 327 | Computer Network | 3.0 |
CSE – 328 | Computer Network Lab | 1.5 | CSE – 328 | Computer Network Lab | 1.5 |
CVV – 100 | Comprehensive Viva Voce – I | 1.0 | |||
CVV – 200 | Comprehensive Viva Voce – II | 1.0 | |||
CVV – 300 | Comprehensive Viva Voce – III | 1.0 | |||
CVV – 400 | Comprehensive Viva Voce – IV | 1.0 | CVV – 400 | Comprehensive Viva Voce – IV | 1.0 |
ECE – 490 | Project/Thesis | 4.0 | ECE – 490 | Project/Thesis | 4.0 |
Sub Total | 123.0 | Sub Total | 113.0 | ||
Group IV: Elective Courses | |||||
Option I (Any One with Lab) | Option (Any 4 Courses) | ||||
ECE – 411 | Control System Engineering | 3.0 | ECE– 425 | Optoelectronics | 3.0 |
ECE – 412 | Control System Engineering Lab | 1.5 | ECE– 457 | Satellite Communication | 3.0 |
CSE – 427 | Computer Interfacing | 3.0 | ECE– 463 | Antenna and Propagation | 3.0 |
CSE – 428 | Computer Interfacing Lab | 1.5 | ECE– 481 | Biomedical Engineering | 3.0 |
CSE – 455 | Artificial Intelligence | 3.0 | ECE– 483 | Renewable Energy | 3.0 |
CSE – 456 | Artificial Intelligence Lab | 1.5 | ECE – 485 | Semiconductor Processing and Fabrication Technology | 3.0 |
CSE – 331 | Computer Architecture | 3.0 | |||
Option II (Any One with Lab) | |||||
ECE – 461 | Digital Signal Processing | 3.0 | |||
ECE – 462 | Digital Signal Processing Lab | 1.5 | |||
ECE– 463 | Antenna and Propagation | 3.0 | |||
ECE– 463 | Antenna and Propagation Lab | 1.5 | |||
ECE – 467 | Laser Technology | 3.0 | |||
ECE – 468 | Laser Technology Lab | 1.5 | |||
ECE – 473 | Microwave Theory and Technique | 3.0 | |||
ECE – 474 | Microwave Theory and Technique Lab | 1.5 | |||
Sub Total | 12.0 | ||||
Grand Total | 163.0 | Grand Total | 163.5 | ||
Course Offering (Day Program)
First Year First Semester
Course Code | Course Title | Credit Hours |
HUM –101D | Oral and Written Communication in English Language | 3.0 |
PHY – 101 | Mechanics, Waves, Optics, Heat and Thermodynamics | 3.0 |
MTH – 101D | Differential and Integral Calculus | 3.0 |
HUM – 111D | Bangladesh Studies: History and Society of Bangladesh | 3.0 |
ECE – 103 | Electrical Circuits I | 3.0 |
ECE – 104 | Electrical Circuits I Lab | 1.5 |
CHE – 101 | Chemistry | 3.0 |
CHE – 102 | Chemistry Lab | 0.0 |
Subtotal | 19.5 |
First Year Second Semester
Course Code | Course Title | Credit Hours |
HUM – 103 | Language Composition and Comprehension | 3.0 |
PHY – 103 | Electromagnetism and Modern Physics | 3.0 |
PHY – 104 | Physics Lab | 1.5 |
MTH –103D | Geometry and Linear Algebra | 3.0 |
CSE – 103 | Computer Programming in C | 3.0 |
CSE – 104 | Computer Programming in C Lab | 1.5 |
ECE – 105 | Electrical Circuits II | 3.0 |
ECE – 106 | Electrical Circuits II Lab | 1.5 |
Subtotal | 19.5 |
Second Year First Semester
Course Code | Course Title | Credit Hours |
MTH – 201D | Vector Analysis and Complex Variable | 3.0 |
ECE – 205 | Electronic Circuits – I | 3.0 |
ECE – 206 | Electronic Circuits – I Lab | 1.5 |
ACN – 201 | Principles of Accounting | 2.0 |
ECN – 101 | Principles of Economics | 3.0 |
CSE – 209 | Numerical Methods | 3.0 |
ECE – 210 | Electronic Simulation | 1.5 |
IPE – 393 | Industrial Management | 3.0 |
Subtotal | 20.0 |
Second Year Second Semester
Course Code | Course Title | Credit Hours |
MTH – 203D | Differential Equations, Laplace Transforms and Fourier Analysis | 3.0 |
ECE – 367 | Electronic Circuits II | 3.0 |
ECE – 368 | Electronic Circuits II Lab | 1.5 |
ECE – 211 | Digital Electronics | 3.0 |
ECE – 212 | Digital Electronics Lab | 1.5 |
MTH – 301 | Statistics and Probability | 2.0 |
ECE – 207 | Electrical Machine | 3.0 |
ECE – 208 | Electrical Machine Lab | 1.5 |
CSE – 203 | Object Oriented Programming | 3.0 |
CSE – 204 | Object Oriented Programming Lab | 1.5 |
Subtotal | 23.0 |
Third Year First Semester
Course Code | Course Title | Credit Hours |
ECE – 325 | Microprocessors and Interfacing | 3.0 |
ECE – 326 | Microprocessors and Interfacing Lab | 1.5 |
ECE – 361 | Telecommunication Engineering | 3.0 |
ECE – 362 | Telecommunication Engineering Lab | 1.5 |
ECE – 335 | Signals and Communication Systems | 3.0 |
ECE – 370 | Electronic Shop Practice | 1.5 |
ECE – 375 | Power Electronics | 3.0 |
ECE – 376 | Power Electronics Lab | 1.5 |
ECE – 379 | Solid State Devices | 3.0 |
Subtotal | 21.0 |
Third Year Second Semester
Course Code | Course Title | Credit Hours |
CSE – 327 | Computer Networks | 3.0 |
CSE – 328 | Computer Networks Lab | 1.5 |
ECE – 355 | Electromagnetic Fields and Waves | 3.0 |
ECE – 357 | Measurement and Instrumentations | 3.0 |
ECE – 358 | Measurement and Instrumentations Lab | 1.5 |
ECE – 421 | Digital Communication | 3.0 |
ECE – 422 | Digital Communication Lab | 1.5 |
(Option) | 3.0 | |
Subtotal | 19.5 |
Fourth Year First Semester
Course Code | Course Title | Credit Hours |
ECE – 373 | Mobile Cellular Communication | 3.0 |
ECE – 374 | Mobile Cellular Communication Lab | 1.5 |
ECE – 465 | Microwave Engineering | 3.0 |
ECE – 466 | Microwave Engineering Lab. | 1.5 |
ECE – 411 | Control System Engineering | 3.0 |
ECE – 412 | Control System Engineering Lab | 1.5 |
ECE – 461 | Digital Signal Processing | 3.0 |
ECE – 462 | Digital Signal Processing Lab | 1.5 |
ECE – 490 | Project/Thesis | — |
(Option) | 3.0 | |
(Option) | 3.0 | |
Subtotal | 24.0 |
Fourth Year Second Semester
Course Code | Course Title | Credit Hours |
ECE – 471 | Optical Fiber Communication | 3.0 |
ECE – 472 | Optical Fiber Communication Lab | 1.5 |
ECE – 479 | VLSI Circuits | 3.0 |
ECE – 480 | VLSI Circuits Lab | 1.5 |
CVV – 400 | Comprehensive Viva Voce | 1.0 |
ECE – 490 | Project/Thesis | 4.0 |
(Option) | 3.0 | |
Subtotal | 17.0 | |
Grand Total | 163.5 |
Course Offering (Evening Program)
First Year First Semester
Course Code | Course Title | Credit Hours |
APE – 101 | Academic and Professional English | 3.0 |
PHY – 101E | Physics for Engineering | 3.0 |
PHY – 102E | Physics Lab | 1.5 |
MTH – 101 | Geometry, Differential and Integral Calculus | 3.0 |
CSE – 103 | Computer Programming in C | 3.0 |
CSE – 104 | Computer Programming in C Lab | 1.5 |
ECE – 103 | Electrical Circuits I | 3.0 |
ECE – 104 | Electrical Circuits I Lab | 1.5 |
CHM – 101 | Chemistry | 3.0 |
CHM – 102 | Chemistry Lab | 0.0 |
Subtotal | 22.5 |
First Year Second Semester
Course Code | Course Title | Credit Hours |
MTH – 103 | Linear Algebra, Complex Variable and Vector Analysis | 3.0 |
ECE – 103 | Electrical Circuits II | 3.0 |
ECE – 104 | Electrical Circuits II Lab | 1.5 |
ECE – 211 | Digital Electronics | 3.0 |
ECE – 212 | Digital Electronics Lab | 1.5 |
ECE – 205 | Electronic Circuits – I | 3.0 |
ECE – 206 | Electronic Circuits – I Lab | 1.5 |
IPE – 393 | Industrial Management | 3.0 |
MTH – 301 | Statistics and Probability | 2.0 |
Subtotal | 21.5 |
Second Year First Semester
Course Code | Course Title | Credit Hours |
CSE – 209 | Numerical Methods | 3.0 |
ECE – 325 | Microprocessors and Interfacing | 3.0 |
ECE – 326 | Microprocessors and Interfacing Lab | 1.5 |
ECE – 367 | Electronic Circuits – II | 3.0 |
ECE – 368 | Electronic Circuits – II Lab | 1.5 |
ECE – 355 | Electromagnetic Fields and Waves | 3.0 |
ECE – 207 | Electrical Machines | 3.0 |
ECE – 208 | Electrical Machines Lab | 1.5 |
Subtotal | 19.5 |
Second Year Second Semester
Course Code | Course Title | Credit Hours |
MTH – 203 | Differential Equations, Laplace Transforms and Fourier Analysis | 3.0 |
ECE – 335 | Signals and Communication Systems | 3.0 |
ECE – 357 | Measurement and Instrumentation | 3.0 |
ECE – 358 | Measurement and Instrumentation Lab | 1.5 |
CSE – 203 | Object Oriented Programming | 3.0 |
CSE – 204 | Object Oriented Programming lab | 1.5 |
ECE – 362 | Telecommunication Engineering Lab | 1.5 |
ECE – 375 | Power Electronics | 3.0 |
ECE – 376 | Power Electronics Lab | 1.5 |
Subtotal | 24.0 |
Third Year First Semester
Course Code | Course Title | Credit Hours |
ECE – 421 | Digital Communication | 3.0 |
ECE – 422 | Digital Communication Lab | 1.5 |
ECE – 411 | Control System Engineering | 3.0 |
ECE – 412 | Control System Engineering Lab | 1.5 |
ECE – 465 | Microwave Engineering | 3.0 |
ECE – 466 | Microwave Engineering Lab | 1.5 |
CSE – 327 | Computer Networks | 3.0 |
CSE – 328 | Computer Networks Lab | 1.5 |
ECE – 483 | Renewable Energy | 3.0 |
ECE – 485 | Semiconductor Processing and Fabrication Technology | 3.0 |
Subtotal | 24.0 |
Third Year Second Semester
Course Code | Course Title | Credit Hours |
ECE – 373 | Mobile Cellular Communication | 3.0 |
ECE – 374 | Mobile Cellular Communication Lab | 1.5 |
ECE – 461 | Digital Signal Processing | 3.0 |
ECE – 462 | Digital Signal Processing Lab | 1.5 |
ECE – 481 | Biomedical Engineering | 3.0 |
ECE – 457 | Satellite Communication | 3.0 |
ECE – 471 | Optical Fiber Communication | 3.0 |
ECE – 472 | Optical Fiber Communication Lab | 1.5 |
ECE – 479 | VLSI Circuits | 3.0 |
ECE – 480 | VLSI Circuits Lab | 1.5 |
Subtotal | 24.0 | |
ECE – 490 | Thesis/Project | 4.0 |
CVV – 492 | Comprehensive Viva Voce | 3.0 |
Total Credits required for the degree | 142.5 |
Detailed Syllabus
HUM-101: English-1 (Oral and written Communication Skills)
3 Credits
Oral & written communication skills include communicative expressions for day to day activities, both for personal and professional requirement. Grammar items will mainly emphasize the use of articles, numbers, tense, modal verbs, pronouns, punctuation, etc. Sentence formation, question formation, transformation of sentence, simple passive voice construction, and conditionals will also be covered.
Books Recommended:
- Paragraph in English – Tibbits
- Exercise in Reading Comprehension – Tibbits
- Essential English Grammar – Ramon Murphy
- English Vocabulary in Use – Stuart
- English Vocabulary in Use – McCarthy
- Intermediate English Grammar – Ramon Murphy
APE-101: Academic and Professional English
3 Credits
Grammar: Use of articles, number, tense, modal verbs, pronouns, punctuation, sentence formation, question formation, transformation of sentence, simple-passive voice construction. Oral and written communication skills including communicative expressions for day to day activities. Comprehension. Paragraph, report and Curriculum Vitae writing.
Books Recommended:
- Paragraph in English – Tibbits
- Exercise in Reading Comprehension – Tibbits
- Essential English Grammar – Ramon Murphy
- English Vocabulary in Use – Stuart
- English Vocabulary in Use – McCarthy
- Intermediate English Grammar – Ramon Murphy
HUM-103: English II: Language Composition and Comprehension
3 credits
This course purports to make the student well up in composition and comprehension of English language used in formal write ups like articles, essays and treatises. Here text will be given for comprehension, exercises of writing essays, paragraphs and reports will be done and construction of proper sentences expressing formal ideas will be taught. Sufficient exercises of translation and re-translations will be included.
Books Recommended:
- Paragraph in English – Tibbits
- Exercise in Reading Comprehension – Tibbits
- Essential English Grammar – Ramon Murphy
- English Vocabulary in Use – Stuart
- English Vocabulary in Use – McCarthy
- Intermediate English Grammar – Ramon Murphy
HUM-111: Bangladesh Studies
3 Credits
Part I: Society and Culture
The Sociological Perspective, Primary Concepts, Factors of social life, Social Structure and Process, Social Institutions, Culture and Civilization, City and Country, Social Change, Problems of Society, Social Problems of Bangladesh, Urbanization Process and its impact on Bangladesh Society will be covered.
Part II: Bangladesh History
The land, the geographical factor, and the people of Bangladesh. Historical perspectives: Ancient Bengal, Early Medieval Bengal, Late Medieval Bengal, Beginning of British rule in Bengal, Nineteenth century Bengali Renaissance and area of social and religious reforms, Partition of Bengal and its annulment, Bengal politics in the 1930’s and 1940’s, Elections of 1936-37, Pakistan movement, Partition of Bengal (1947), Language Movement (1952), Movement for autonomy, 6-point and 11-point programmes, the 1970 election, Genocide in East Pakistan, The Liberation War, the emergence of Bangladesh as a sovereign independent state in 1971.
Books Recommended:
- Bangladesh Encyclopedia (English Version)
- History of Bengal (English Version) – K. Ali
- History of Bengal (English Version) – Majumder
- Economy of Bangladesh (Economic Journal)
MTH-101: Differential and Integral Calculus (Day / Evening)
3 Credits
Differential Calculus: Real number System. Relations and functions, Functions of single variable, their Domain, Range, Graphs, Limit, Continuity and Differentiability. Successive Differentiation, Leibnitz’s theorem, Rolle’s theorem, Mean value theorem, Taylor’s theorem, Maclaurin’s theorem, Langrange’s and Cauchy’s forms of Remainder. Expansion of Function in Taylor’s and Maclaurin’s Series. Maximum and Minimum Values of Function. Evaluation of Indeterminate forms of limit, L’ Hospital’s Rule. Tangent and Normal. Curvature, Radius of Curvature, Centre of Curvature. Functions of more than one variable, Limit, Continuity, Differentiability, Partial Derivatives, Euler’s Theorem. Jacobians.
Integral Calculus: Indefinite Integrals and its definition. Methods of Integration (Integration by substitution, Integration by parts, Integration by successive reduction). Fundamental theorem of Integral calculus. Definite Integral and its properties. Definite Integral as the limit of a sum. Improper Integrals, Beta and Gamma Function, Its application in evaluating Integrals. Evaluation of Arc length, Areas, Surfaces of Revolution, Volumes of solids of Revolution, Multiple Integrals.
Books Recommended:
- Calculus – Howard Anton; 10^{th} Edition; John Willy and Sons.
- Differential Calculus – B. C. Das & B. N. Mukharjee; 54^{th} Edition; U. N. Dhur & Sons PTL.
- Integral Calculus – B. C. Das & B. N. Mukharjee; 54^{th} Edition; U. N. Dhur & Sons PTL.
- A Text Book on Differential Calculus – Mohammad, Bhattacharjee & Latif, 4^{th} Edition, 2014; S. Chakravarty, Gonith Prokashan.
- A Text Book on Integral Calculus – Mohammad, Bhattacharjee & Latif; 4^{th} Edition, 2014; S. Chakravarty, Gonith Prokashan.
MTH-103: Geometry and Linear Algebra (Day)
3 Credits
Geometry:
Two dimensional Geometry: Transformation of Co-ordinates. Pair of straight lines, General Equation of Second Degree, Circle, Parabola, Ellipse and Hyperbola. Three Dimensional Geometry: Three Dimensional Co-ordinates, Direction Cosines and Direction Ratios. Plane and Straight line.
Linear Algebra: Determinant and properties of Determinants, Matrix, Types of matrices, Matrix operations, Laws of matrix Algebra, Invertible matrices, System of Linear equations (homogeneous and non-homogeneous) and their solution. Elementary row and Column operations and Row-reduced echelon matrices, Rank of matrices. Vectors in R^{n} and C^{n }, Inner product, Norm and Distance in R^{n} and C^{n }. Vector Spaces, Subspace, Linear combination of vectors, Linear dependence and independence of vectors. Basis and Dimension of vector spaces. Inner product spaces, Orthogonality and Orthonormal sets, Eigen values and Eigen vectors, diagonalization, Cayley-Hamilton theorem and its application.
Books recommended:
- Analytical Geometry of Conic Section – J. M. Kar.
- An Elementary Treatise on Co-ordinate Geometry of three dimensions – J. T. Bell; Macmillan India Ltd.
- A Text Book on Co-ordinate Geometry – Rahman & Bhattacharjee; 12^{th} Edition, 2014; S. Chakravarty, Gonith Prokashan.
- Schaum’s Outline Series of the Theory and Problems on Linear Algebra – Seymour Lipschutz; 3^{rd} Edition; McGraw Hill Book Company.
- Linear Algebra with Applications – R. Antone.
- Linear Algebra – Dewan Abdul Quddus; Latest Edition; Titash Publications.
- Linear Algebra – Saikia.
MTH-201: Vector Analysis and Complex Variable (Day)
3 Credits
Vector Analysis: Vector Algebra – Vectors in three dimensional space, Algebra of Vectors, Rectangular Components, Addition, Subtraction and Scalar multiplication, Scalar and Vector product of two vectors. Scalar and Vector triple product. Application in Geometry.
Vector Calculus – Limit, Continuity and Differentiability of Scalar and Vector point functions. Scalar and Vector field. Gradient, Divergence and Curl of point functions. Vector Integration, Line, Surface and Volume Integrals. Green’s theorem, Gauss’s theorem, Stoke’s theorem.
Complex Variable: Field of Complex numbers, D’Moivre’s theorem and its applications. Limit and Continuity of complex functions, Derivatives, Analytic function, Harmonic function, Cauchy-Rieman equation. Line Integral of Complex functions. Cauchy’s Integral theorem and Cauchy’s Integral formula. Lioville’s theorem, Taylors and Laurent’s theorem, Singularity Residue, Cauchy’s Residue theorem. Contour Integration. Bilinear transformation. Mapping of Elementary functions. Conformal mapping.
Book Recommended:
- Schaum’s Outline Series of the Theory and Problems on Vector Analysis – Murray R. Spiegel; SI (Metric Edition); McGraw Hill Book Company.
- Schaum’s Outline Series of the Theory and Problems on Complex Variable – Murray R. Spiegel; 2^{nd} Edition; McGraw Hill Book Company.
- Functions of a Complex Variable – Dewan Abdul Quddus; Latest Edition; Titash Publications.
MTH-203: Differential Equations, Laplace Transforms and Fourier Analysis (Day)
3 Credits
Differential Equation: Formation of Differential equation, Degree and Order of differential equation, Complete and Particular solution. Ordinary differential equation – Solution of ordinary differential equation of first order and first degree (special forms). Linear differential equation with constant coefficients. Homogeneous linear differential equation. Solution of differential equation by the method of Variation of parameters. Solution of linear differential equations in series by Frobenius method. Bessel’s function and Legendre’s Polynomials and their properties. Simultaneous equation of the form = = . Partial differential equation – Lagrange’s linear equation, Equation of linear and non-linear first order standard forms, Charpit’s method.
Laplace Transforms: Definition, Laplace transforms of some elementary functions, sufficient conditions for existence of Laplace transforms, Inverse Laplace transforms, Laplace transforms of derivatives, Unit step function, Periodic function, Some special theorems on Laplace transforms, Partial fraction, Solution of differential equations by Laplace transforms, Evaluation of Improper Integrals.
Fourier Analysis: Fourier series (Real and complex form). Finite transforms, Fourier Integrals, Fourier transforms and application in solving boundary value problems.
Books Recommended:
- Differential Equations – H. T. H. Piaggio; 1^{st} Indian Edition, 1985, S. K. Jain for CBS Publishers.
- A Text Book on Integral Calculus with Differential Equations – Mohammad, Bhattacharjee & Latif, 4^{th} Edition, 2010; S. Chakravarty, Gonith Prokashon.
- Schaum’s Outline Series of the Theory and Problems on Laplace Transforms – Murray R. Spiegel; Revised Edition, 2003; McGraw Hill Book Company.
- Differential Equation – Md. Abu Eusuf; Latest Edition; Abdullah Al Mashud Publisher.
MTH – 101: Geometry, Differential and Integral Calculus (Evening)
3.0 Credits
Geometry:
Two dimensional Geometry: Transformation of Coordinates, General Equation of Second Degree, pair of straight lines, Circle, Parabola, Ellipse and Hyperbola. Three Dimensional Geometry: Three Dimensional Co-ordinates, Direction Cosines and Direction Ratios. Plane and Straight line.
Differential Calculus: Real number System. Functions of single variable, its Graphs, Limit, Continuity and Differentiability. Successive Differentiation, Leibnitz’s theorem, Rolle’s theorem, Mean value theorem, Taylor’s theorem, Maclaurin’s theorem, Langrange’s and Cauchy’s forms of Remainder. Expansion of Function in Taylor’s and Maclaurin’s Series. Maximum and Minimum Values of Function. Evaluation of Indeterminate forms of limit, L’ Hospital’s Rule. Tangent and Normal. Functions of more than one variable, Limit, Continuity, Differentiability, Partial Derivatives, Euler’s Theorem. Jacobians.
Integral Calculus: Indefinite Integrals and its definition. Methods of Integration (Integration by substitution, Integration by parts, Integration by successive reduction). Fundamental theorem of Integral calculus. Definite Integral and its properties. Definite Integral as the limit of a sum. Improper Integrals, Beta and Gamma Function, Its application in evaluating Integrals. Evaluation of Arc length, Areas, Surfaces of Revolution, Volumes of solids of Revolution, Multiple Integrals.
Books Recommended:
- Analytical Geometry of Conic Section – J. M. Kar.
- A Text Book on Co-ordinate Geometry – Rahman & Bhattacharjee; Chakravarty, Gonith Prokashon.
- Calculus with Analytic Geometry – Thomas and Finne
- Calculus – Howard Anton; 10^{th} Edition; John Willy and Sons.
- Differential Calculus – B. C. Das & B. N. Mukharjee; 54^{th} Edition; U. N. Dhur & Sons PTL.
- Integral Calculus – B. C. Das & B. N. Mukharjee; 54^{th} Edition; U. N. Dhur & Sons PTL.
MTH-103: Linear Algebra, Vector Analysis and Complex Variable (Evening)
3 Credits
Linear Algebra: Matrix, Types of matrices, Matrix operations, Laws of matrix Algebra, Invertible matrices, System of Linear equations (homogeneous and non-homogeneous) and their solution. Elementary row and Column operations and Row-reduced echelon matrices, Different types of matrices, Rank of matrices. Eigen values and Eigen vectors.
Vector Analysis: Vector Algebra – Vectors in three dimensional space, Algebra of Vectors, Rectangular components, Addition and Scalor multiplication, Scalor and Vector product of two Vectors, Scalor and Vector triple product. Vector Calculus – Vector differentiation and Integration. Gradient, Divergence and Curl. Green’s theorem, Gauss’s theorem, Stoke’s theorem.
Complex Variable: Limit. Continuity and differentiability of complex functions. Analytic function, Harmonic function, Cauchy–Rieman equation. Complex Integration. Cauchy’s integral theorem and Cauchy’s Integral formula. Lioville’s theorem. Taylor’s and Laurent’s theorems. Singularities. Residue, Cauchy’s Residue theorem. Contour Integration.
Books Recommended:
- Schaum’s Outline Series of the Theory and Problems on Linear Algebra – Seymour Lipschutz; 3^{rd} Edition; McGraw Hill Book Company.
- Linear Algebra with Applications – R. Antone.
- Schaum’s Outline Series of the Theory and Problems on Vector Analysis – Murray R. Spiegel; SI (Metric Edition); McGraw Hill Book Company.
- Schaum’s Outline Series of the Theory and Problems on Complex Variable – Murray R. Spiegel; McGraw Hill Book Company.
- Functions of a Complex Variable – Dewan Abdul Quddus, Latest Edition, Titash Publications.
MTH-203: Differential Equations, Laplace Transforms and Fourier Analysis (Evening)
3 Credits
Differential Equation: Formation, Degree and Order of differential equation, Complete and Particular solution. Solution of ordinary differential equation of first order and first degree (special forms), Linear differential equation with constant co-efficients. Homogeneous linear differential equation. Solution of equation by the method of Variation of Parameters. Solution of Linear differential equation in series by Frobenius method. Solution of Simultaneous equations of the form = = .
Laplace Transforms: Definition, Laplace transforms of some elementary functions, Sufficient conditions for existence of Laplace Transforms, Inverse Laplace transforms, Laplace transforms of derivatives, Unit step function, Periodic function, some special theorems on Laplace transforms, Partial fraction. Solution of differential equations by Laplace transforms. Evaluation of Improper Integrals.
Fourier Analysis: Fourier series (Real and complex form), Finite transforms, Fourier Integrals, Fourier Transforms and application in solving boundary value problems.
Books Recommended:
- Differential Equation – H. T. H. Piaggio, 1^{st} Indian Edition, 1985, S. K. Jain for CBS Publishers
- A Text Book on Integral Calculus with Differential Equation – Mohammad, Bhattacharjee & Latif, 4^{th} Edition, Gonith Prokashon.
- Schaum’s Outline Series of the Theory and Problems on Laplace Transforms – Murray R. Spiegel , Revised Edition, 2003, McGraw Hill Book Company.
- Differential Equations – Md. Abu Eusuf, Latest Edition, Abdullah Al Mashud Publisher.
PHY-101: Physics-I: Mechanics, Properties of Matter, Waves, Optics, Heat and Thermodynamics
3 Credits
Mechanics: Measurements, Motion in One Dimension, Motion in a Plane, Particle Dynamics, Work & Energy, Circular Motion, Simple Harmonic Motion, Rotation of Rigid Bodies, Central Force, Structure of Matter, Mechanical Properties of Materials. Properties of Matter: Elasticity, Stresses & Strains, Young’s Modulus, Bulk Modulus, Rigidity Modulus, Elastic Limit, Poisson’s Ratio, Relation between Elastic Constants, Bending of Beams. Fluid Motion, Equation of Continuity, Bernoulli’s Theorem, Viscosity, Stokes’ Law. Surface Energy & Surface Tension, Capillarity, Determination of Surface Tension by Different Methods.
Waves: Wave Motion & Propagation, Simple Harmonic Motion, Vibration Modes, Forced Vibrations, Vibration in Strings & Columns, Sound Wave & Its Velocity, Doppler Effect, Elastic Waves, Ultrasonics, Practical Applications. Optics: Theories of Light, Huygen’s Principle, Electromagnetic Waves, Velocity of Light, Reflection, Refraction, Lenses, Interference, Diffraction, Polarization. Heat & Thermodynamics : Temperature and Zeroth Law of Thermodynamics, Calorimetry, Thermal Equilibrium & Thermal Expansion, First Law of Thermodynamics, Specific Heat, Heat Capacities, Equation of State, Change of Phase, Heat Transfer, Second Law of Thermodynamics, Carnot Cycle, Efficiency, Entropy, Kinetic Theory of Gases.
Books Recommended:
- Fundamentals of Physics (Part I) – Haliday, Resnic and Walker
- Modern Physics – Bernstein
- Concept of Modern Physics – Beiser
- Fundamentals of Optics – Brizlal
- Optics – Ghotok
- Heat and Thermodynamics – Brizlal
- University Physics with Modern Physics – Young
- Essential University Physics Vol. I – Wolfson
PHY-103: Electricity and Magnetism & Modern Physics
3 Credits
Electrostatics, Electric Charge, Coulomb’s Law, Electric Field & Electric Potential, Electric Flux Density, Gauss’s Law, Capacitors and Dielectrics, Steady Current, Ohm’s Law, Magnetostatics, Magnetic Field, Biot-Savart Law, Ampere’s Law, Electromagnetic Induction, Faraday’s Law, Lenz’s Law, Self Inductance & Mutual Inductance, Magnetic Properties of Matter, Permeability, Susceptibility, Diamagnetism, Paramagnetism & Ferromagnetism, Maxwell’s Equations of Electromagnetic Waves, Waves in Conducting & Non-Conducting Media, Total Internal Reflection, Transmission along Wave Guides.
Special Theory of Relativity, Length Contraction & Time Dilation, Mass-Energy Relation, Photo Electric Effect, Quantum Theory, X-rays and X-ray Diffraction, Compton Effect, Dual Nature of Matter & Radiation, Atomic Structure, Nuclear Dimensions, Electron Orbits, Atomic Spectra, Bohr Atom, Radioactive Decay, Half-Life, a, b and g Rays, Isotopes, Nuclear Binding Energy, Fundamentals of Solid State Physics, Lasers, Holography.
Books Recommended:
- Fundamentals of Physics (Part II) – Haliday, Resnic and Walker
- Modern Physics – Bernstein
- Concept of Modern Physics – Beiser
- Fundamentals of Optics – Brizlal
- Optics – Ghotok
- Heat and Thermodynamics – Brizlal
- University Physics with Modern Physics – Young
- Essential University Physics Vol. I – Wolfson
PHY–102: Physics Lab
1.5 Credits
Laboratory works based on PHY 101 and PHY 103
PHY-101E: Physics for Engineering (Evening)
3.0 Credits
Properties of matter: Elasticity, Stress and Strain, Young’s Modulus, Surface Tension.
Heat & Thermodynamics: Heat, Temperature, Zeroth Law of Thermodynamics, Thermal Equilibrium, Seebeck Effect, Reversible and Irreversible Processes, First and Second law of Thermodynamics, Heat Engine, Carnot Cycle.
Electromagnetism: Electric charge, Charge Density, Coulomb’s and Ohm’s law, Electric field and Electrical Potential, Electric dipole, Electric flux, Gauss’s law and its application, Capacitance, Magnetic field, Biot-Savert law, Ampere’s law and its application, Electromagnetic Induction, Faraday’s law, Lenz’s law, Self Inductance and Mutual Inductance.
Optics: Nature and Propagation of light, Reflection and Refraction of light, Total Internal Reflection, Interference, Diffraction, Dispersion, Polarization.
Modern Physics: Theory of Relativity, Length Contraction and Time Dilation, Mass-Energy Relation, Compton Effect, Photoelectric Effect, Quantum Theory, Atomic structure, X-ray Diffraction, Atomic Spectra, Electron Orbital Wavelength, Bohr radius, Radioactivity, de Broglie theory, Nuclear Fission and Fusion.
Books Recommended:
- Fundamentals of Physics (Part I) – Haliday, Resnic and Walker
- Modern Physics – Bernstein
- Concept of Modern Physics – Beiser
- Fundamentals of Optics – Brizlal
- Optics – Ghotok
- Heat and Thermodynamics – Brizlal
- University Physics with Modern Physics – Young
- Essential University Physics Vol. I – Wolfson
PHY–102E: Physics Lab
1.5 Credits
Laboratory works based on PHY-101E
CHE-101: Chemistry
3 Credits
Atomic and Molecular Structure: Atomic Orbital: Hydrogen atom and many electron atoms, The periodic table of elements, Atomic properties and the periodic table, Chemical properties of s-, p-, d-, f- block elements, The origin of bonding forces, covalent versus bonding, Detailed consideration of Covalent bonding, bonding in some representative molecules.
Acids and Bases: Acid-Base equilibrium and pH scale in terms of activities, Acid-Base titration, Acid-Base indicators, Buffers, Henderson-Hasselbach approximation useful in biology application.
Electrochemistry: Introductory topics, Oxidation-Reduction reactions, The electrochemical cell, The Nernst equation, The measurement of cell e.m.f.
The rates of chemical reactions: Experimental rate laws, Elementary reactions, Kinetics and mechanisms.
Processes and process variables: Mass and volume, Flow rate, Chemical composition, Pressure, Temperature.
Material Balances: Process classification, Balances, Material balance calculations, balances on multiple unit processes, Balances on reactive systems and processes. Phase rule, Phase diagram of mono component system.
Energy and energy balances: Energy balances on closed systems, Energy balances on open systems at steady state, Energy balance procedures, mechanical energy balances.
Books Recommended:
- Physical Chemistry – Peter Atkins and Julio de Paula
- Modern Chemistry – Raymond E. Davis
- Physical Chemistry – Robert J. Silbey, Robert A. Alberty and Moungi G. Bawendi
- Introductory Chemistry a Foundation – Steven S. Zumdahl
- Inorganic Chemistry – Catherine Housecroft and Alan G. Sharpe
CHE–102: Chemistry Lab
0.0 Credits
Laboratory works based on CHE – 101
ECE – 103 Electrical Circuits I
3 Credits
Fundamental electrical concepts, Kirchoff’s Laws, Equivalent resistance. Electrical circuits: Series circuits, parallel circuits, series-parallel networks. Network analysis: Source conversion, Star/Delta conversion, Branch-current method, Mesh analysis, Nodal analysis. Network theorems: Superposition theorem, Thevenin’s theorem, Norton’s theorem, Maximum Power Transfer theorem, Reciprocity theorem. Capacitors and inductors, series and parallel combination of inductors and capacitors. Responses of RL and RC circuit: Natural and step responses. Inductors
Magnetic quantities and variables: Flux, permeability and reluctance, magnetic field strength, magnetic potential, flux density, magnetization curve. Laws in magnetic circuits: Ohm’s law and Ampere’s circuital law. Magnetic circuits: Series, parallel and series-parallel circuits.
Books Recommended:
- Introductory Circuit Analysis – R . L . Boylestad
- Introduction to Electrical Engineering – R .P. Ward
- Electrical Technology (Volume 1) – B . L . Theraja A. K. Theraja
ECE – 104: Electrical Circuits I Lab
1.5 credits
Laboratory works based on ECE – 101
ECE-105: Electrical Circuits II
Credit: 3.0
Sinusoidal Alternating Waveforms: Definitions, phase relations, Instantaneous value, Average value, Effective (rms) value. Phasor algebra and complex quantities, Series, parallel and series-parallel ac networks. Power: Apparent power, Reactive power, Power triangle, Power factor correction. Pulse waveforms and the RC response.
Analysis of Single phase AC circuit: Series and parallel RL, RC and RLC circuit, nodal and mesh analysis, application of network theorems in AC circuits. Circuits with non-sinusoidal excitations, transients in AC circuits, passive filters. Resonance in AC Circuits: Series and parallel resonance. Q of a circuit, Admittance. Impedance matching and maximum power transfer. Poly-Phase Circuit: Three phase supply, balanced and unbalanced poly phase circuit, power calculation.
Books Recommended:
- Introductory circuit Analysis – R. L. Boylestad
- Alternating Current Circuit –R. M. Kerchner , G. F. Corcoran
- Electrical Circuit –James W. Nilson
- Electrical technology (Volume 1) –B. L. Theraja K. Theraja
ECE-106: Electrical Circuits II Lab
Credit: 1.5
Laboratory works based on ECE 103.
CSE-103: Computer Programming in C
3 Credits
Programming language: Basic concept; overview of programming languages, C-language: Preliminaries; Elements of C; program constructs; variables and data types in C; Input and output; character and formatted I/O; Arithmetic expressions and assignment statements; loops and nested loops; Decision making’ Arrays; Functions; Arguments and Local Variables; Calling functions and arrays; Recursion and recursive functions; structures within structure; Files; File functions for sequential and Random I/O. Pointers, Pointers and Structures; Pointers and functions; Pointer and arrays; Operations on pointers; Pointer and memory addresses; Operations on bits; Bit operation; Bit field; Advanced features; Standard and Library functions.
Books Recommended:
- The C Programming Language – Kernighan and Ritchie
- Teach Yourself C – H. Schield
CSE-104: Computer Programming in C Lab
1.5 Credits
Laboratory works based on CSE-103
ECE – 205: Electronic Circuit I
3.0 Credits
Semiconductor Diode: Introduction to semiconductor devices, p-type and n-type semiconductors, principle of p-n junction diode, forward and reverse biased conditions, I-V Characteristics of a Diode, Simplified DC and AC Diode Models, Dynamic Resistance and Capacitance, load line analysis, half wave and full wave rectifiers, filter, clipping and clamping circuits. Optical Diodes, Solar Cell, Zener diode and its applications and voltage regulator circuits.
Bipolar Junction Transistor (BJT): Principle of operation of BJT. Transistor circuit configurations (CE, CB and CC configurations) and their input, output and transfer characteristics. BJT biasing circuits and Thermal Stabilization, DC Load Line and Operating Point. Low frequency AC equivalent circuits, configurations, voltage, current and power gain, input and output impedance with resistive load. Transistor as an Amplifier, Transistor as a Switch. Low and high frequency response of CE amplifiers. BJTs at Low Frequencies: Hybrid h Model, H-Parameters, Analysis of a Transistor Amplifier Circuit using h-parameters, High Input Resistance Transistor Circuits; BJTs at High Frequencies: Hybrid pi-model. CE Short Circuit Current Gain, Current Gain with Resistive Load. Harmonic distortion in CE amplifiers.
Introduction of Field Effect Transistor (FET), Junction Field Effect Transistor (JFET), Metal Oxide Semiconductor Field Effect Transistors (MOSFET): physical construction, classification, basic equations and various types of I-V characteristics. Basic FET amplifiers. Use of FET as voltage controlled switch and resistors.
Books Recommended:
- Electronic Devices – Thomas L. Floyd
- Electronics Device and Circuit – R. L. Boylested
- Integrated Electronics –Jacob Millman and Christos C. Halkias.
- Electronics Principle – Malvino
- Micro Electronics – Jacob Millman, Arvin Garbel.
- Solid State Electronics Devices – Ben G. Streetman
- Electronics Technology – B. L. Theraja
ECE – 206: Electronic Circuits I Lab
1.5 Credits
Laboratory works based on ECE – 206.
ECE – 367: Electronic Circuits II
3.0 Credits
Feedback Amplifier: Classification, Feedback Concept, Effect of Feedback on Transfer Gain, Loops; Gain, Amplifier Characteristics, Types of Feedback. Negative Feedback Amplifiers and their Applications.
Sinusoidal Oscillators: Conditions of self Oscillation, Phase Shift Oscillation; Colpitt’s and Hartley, Wien Bridge and Crystal Oscillators.
Active Filters: Basic Filter Responses, Filter Response Characteristics, Active Low Pass, High Pass, Band Pass, and Band Stop Filters;
Power Amplifiers: Untuned Power Amplifiers; Class A, Push Pull Class B, Complementary Symmetry Class B, Class AB, Darlington Pair. Tuned Voltage and Power (Class B and Class C) Amplifiers, Wide Band Amplifier, Mixers.
Operational Amplifiers (OP Amps): Introduction to Op-Amps, Differential and Common mode gain. Common Mode Rejection Ratio (CMRR). Frequency response of Op-Amps and slew rate, Noise and Frequency Compensation. Inverting and Non-inverting Amplifier, Phase Inverter, Scale Changer, Integrating and Differentiating Circuits. Comparators, Comparators and Applications; Adder or Summing Amplifier, Voltage to Current and Current to Voltage Converter, Voltage Follower. Electronic Analog Computation, Capacitors, Differential, Instrumentation and Bridge Amplifiers. Phase Locked Loop (PLL) circuit and Voltage Controlled Oscillator, multi-vibrators, Schmitt Trigger circuit and wave shaping using op-amp, 555 timer and other linear ICs.
Books Recommended:
- Electronic Devices – Thomas L. Floyd
- Electronics Device and circuit – R. L. Boylested
- Integrated Electronics – Jacob Millman and Christos C. Halkias
- Electronics Principle – Malvino
- Micro Electronics – Jacob Millman, Arvin Garbel
- Electronics Devices : A Design Approach – Ali Aminian and Marian Kazimierczuk
- Solid State Electronics Devices – Ben G. Streetman
ECE – 368: Electronic Circuits II Lab
1.5 Credits
Laboratory works based on ECE – 367
ECE – 369: Solid State Devices
3.0 Credits
Introduction: Classification of solids, crystal lattice and structures, Miller Indices, Electronic model of semiconductor and solids. Valance and conduction bands Concept of holes. Introductory quantum mechanics, wave equation, uncertainty principle, postulates, Schrodinger time independent equation. Energy band diagrams of semiconductor.
Semiconductors in equilibrium: Energy bands, intrinsic and extrinsic Semiconductors, Fermi levels, electron and hole concentrations, temperature dependence of carrier concentrations and invariance of Fermi level. Carrier transport processes and excess carriers: Drift and diffusion, generation and recombination of excess, built-in-field, Einstein relations, continuity and diffusion equations for holes and electrons and quasi-fermi level. PN junction: Basic structure, equilibrium conditions, contact potential, equilibrium Fermi level, space charge, non-equilibrium condition, forward and reverse bias, carrier injection, minority carrier currents, transient and AC conditions, time variation of stored charge, reverse recovery transient and capacitance. Bipolar Junction Transistor: Basic principle of pnp and npn transistors, emitter efficiency, base transport factor and current gain, diffusion equation in the base terminal currents, coupled-diode model and charge control analysis, Ebers-Moll equations and circuit synthesis. Metal-semiconductor junction: Energy band diagram of metal semiconductor junctions, rectifying and ohmic contacts. MOS structure: MOS capacitor, energy band diagrams and flat band voltage, threshold voltage and control of threshold voltage, static C-V characteristics, qualitative theory of MOSFET operation, body effect and current-voltage relationship of a MOSFET. Junction Field-Effect-transistor: Introduction, qualitative theory of operation, pinch-off voltage and current-voltage relationship.
Books Recommended:
- Electrical Engineering Materials – A. J. Dekker
- Introduction to Solid State Physics – Charles Kittel
- Principles of Electronic Materials and Devices – S. O. Kasap
- Solid State Electronic Devices – Ben Streetman and Sanjay Banerjee
- Fundamentals of Solid State Electronics – Chih-Tang Sah
- Semiconductor Device: Physics and Technology – S. M. Sze
- Electrical Engineering Materials – T. K. Basak
ECE – 207: Electrical Machine
3 Credits
DC Generator: Principles. Construction, classification, armature winding, voltage build up, armature relations and commutation, performance and testing.
DC Motor: Operation, types, speed-torque characteristics, methods of speed control, Transformer: Principle, construction, cooling, vector diagrams and voltage regulation, equivalent circuits, performance and testing.
Induction Motor: Principle of operation. Constructional details, equivalent circuits, speed –torque relation, losses and efficiency, circle diagram.
Synchronous Generators: General constructional outline of synchronous generators, Air gap flux and voltage expressions, armature winding. Alternator regulation. Determination of machine parameters from tests. Vector diagrams, losses and efficiency.
Synchronous Motors: General constructional features., theory of operation, motor terminal characteristics, mathematical analysis, vector diagrams, V-curves, motor tests, losses, efficiency and starting.
Books Recommended:
- Direct and Alternating Current Machinery – Rosen Blut
- Electrical Machines – S. K. Bhattacharjee
- Electrical Machines – Nagarth and Kothari
- Functional and Sub Functional Horse Power Electric Motor – Joseph E. Martin
ECE – 208: Electrical Machine Lab
1.5 Credits
Laboratory works based on ECE – 207
IPE – 393: Industrial Management
3 Credits
Introduction, evolution, management functions. Organization and environment.
Organization: theory and structure, coordination, span of control, authority delegation, groups, committee and task force, manpower planning.
Personnel management: scope, importance, need hierarchy, motivation, job redesign, leadership, participative management, training, performance appraisal, wages & incentives, informal groups, organizational change and conflict.
Cost and Financial management: Elements of costs of products depreciation, breakeven analysis, Investment Analysis, Benefit cost analysis.
Management accounting: Cost planning and control; budget & budgetary control, Development planning process.
Marketing Management: Concepts, strategy, sales promotion, patent laws.
Technology Management; Management of innovation and changes, technology life cycle.
Books Recommended:
- Operation Management – Krajewski, Ritzman
- Operation Management for Competitiye (Edition 11) – Chase, Jaccob, Aquilano
ECE – 350: Electronic Shop Practice
1.5 Credits
CSE-209: Numerical Methods
3 Credits
Errors and Accuracy. Iterative process: Solution of f(x) = 0, existence and convergence of a root, convergence of the iterative method, geometrical representation, Aitken’s D^{2}– process of acceleration. System of Linear Equations. Solution of Non-Linear equations. Finite Differences and Interpolation. Finite Difference Interpolation. Numerical Differentiation. Numerical Integration. Differential Equations.
Books Recommended:
- Numerical methods for Engineers –Steven C. Chapra
- Numerical methods Analysis –James B. Scarborugh
- Introductory methods of Numerical Analysis – S. S. Sastry
ECE – 335: Signals and Communication Systems
3 Credits
Classification of signals and systems: Signals classification, basic operations on signals, elementary signals, representation of signals using impulse functions; system classification.
Spectral Analysis: Fourier series, the sampling function, response of a linear system, normalized power in Fourier expansion, power spectral density, the Fourier transform, convolution, Parvesal’s theorem, correlation between waveforms and autocorrelation.
Random Variables and Processes: Probability, cumulative distribution function, probability density function, Tchebycheff’s inequality, the Gaussian probability density, the error function, the Rayleigh probability density, correlation random variables, the central limit theorem, random processes, autocorrelation, power spectral density of a sequence of random pulses, power spectral density of digital data, effect of rudimentary filters of digital data, the complimentary error function.
Noise: Some sources of noise, characteristics of of various noises, and SNR, a frequency-domain representation of noise, spectral components of noise, response of narrow band filter to noise, effect of a filter on the power spectral density of noise, superposition of noises, mixing involving noise, linear filtering, noise bandwidth, quadrature components of noise, power spectral density of nct and nst, probability density of nct and nst and their time derivatives.
Communication System and Noise Calculations: Resistor noise, multiple resistor noise sources, network with reactive elements, an example, available power, noise temperature, two ports, noise bandwidth, effective input-noise
temperature, noise figure and equivalent noise temperature of a cascade, an example of a receiving system, antennas, system calculation.
Books Recommended:
- Communication Systems – Simon Haykin
- Signals and systems- Simon Haykin and Barry Van Veen
- Principles of Communication Systems – Herbert Taub and Donald L. Schilling
ECE – 355: Electromagnetic Fields and Waves
3 Credits
Review of vector Analysis. Electrostatics: Coulomb’s Law, force electric filed intensity, electrical flux density. Gauss theorem with application, electrostatic potential, boundary conditions, method of images, Laplace’s and Poisson’s equations, energy of an electrostatic system, conductor and dielectrics.
Magneto-statics; Concept of magnetic field, Ampere’s Law, Biot-Savart law, vector magnetic potential, energy of magneto static system, mechanical forces and torques in electric and magnetic fields, Curvilinear co-ordinates. Rectangular, cylindrical and spherical coordinates, solutions to static field problems.
Graphical field mapping with applications, solution to Laplace’s equations. Rectangular, cylindrical and spherical harmonics with applications.
Maxwell’s equations: Their derivations, continuity of charges, concepts of displacement current: Boundary conditions for time varying systems, Potentials used with varying charges and currents. Retarded potentials. Maxwell’s equations in different coordinate systems.
Relation between circuit theory and field theory: Circuit concepts and the derivation from the field equations. High frequency circuit concepts, circuit radiation resistance. Skin effect and circuit impedance. Concept of good and perfect conductors and dielectrics. Current distribution in various types of conductors, depth of penetration, internal impedance, power loops, calculation of inductance and capacitance.
Books Recommended:
- Field and Wave Electromagnetic – David K. Cheng
- Field & Wave in Communication Electronics – J. R. Whinnery
- Field & Wave in Communication Electronics – Simon Ramo
ECE – 357: Measurement and Instrumentations
3 Credits
Introduction: Applications, functional elements of a measurement system and classification of instruments. Ammeter, Voltmeter and extension of instrument ranges. Measurement of electrical quantities: Resistance, Capacitance and Inductance measurement, Current and Voltage measurement, Power and Energy measurement. Localization of cable fault, Magnetic measurement, ballistic galvanometer, high voltage measurement. Transducers: Mechanical, Electrical and Optical transducer. Measurement of non-electrical quantities: Radiation, Temperature, Pressure, Flow, Level, Strain, Force and Torque measurement. Electronic measuring instruments: Oscilloscope, Digital multi meters, DMM, statistical measurement, Spectrum analyzer. Computerized Instrumentation: Data acquisition, loggers and recorders.
Books Recommended:
- Electrical and Electronics Measurement and Instrumentation – A. K. Sawhney
- Introduction to measurement and Instrumentation – Hellfrick, Cooper
- Electrical Technology (Vol. 11) – B. L. Theraja
ECE – 358: Measurement and Instrumentations Lab
1.5 Credits
Laboratory works based on ECE – 358
ECE – 325: Microprocessors and Interfacing
3 Credits
Microprocessors: Introduction to microprocessors. Intel 8086 microprocessor, architecture, addressing modes, instruction set, assembly language programming, interrupts and stack.
Interfacing: memory, I/O, programmable peripheral interface (PPI), programmable timer, serial communication interface, programmable interrupt controller, direct memory access (DMA), keyboard and display interface, RS-232, USB, RS-422 and RS-485, IEEE-488.
Microcontrollers: Introduction to microcontrollers and embedded system, PIC microcontrollers, architecture, PIC programming in C, I/O programming, hardware connection and ROM loaders.
Book Recommended:
- Microprocessors and Interfacing- Douglas V. Hall
- Microprocessor and Microcomputer Based System Design –Mohammad Rafiquzzaman
- Microprocessors – Harunur Rashid
- Microcomputer Systems: 8086/8088 Family – Y. Liu and G. A. Gibson
- The Intel Microprocessors – Bary B. Brey
- PIC Microcontroller and Embedded Systems – Ali Mazidi, Rolin McKinlay, Danny Causey
- The 8088 and 8086 Microprocessors – Walter A. Triebel and Avtar Singh
ECE – 326: Microprocessors and Interfacing Lab
1.5 Credits
Laboratory works based on ECE – 325
ECE – 361: Telecommunication Engineering
3 Credits
Telephony: Elements of communication systems, introduction to telephone system, exchanges, numbering, switching principles; Subscriber’s apparatus, Dialing and signaling; Types of signaling – different tones. Basics of switching system: Strowger switching, crossbar switching, electronic space division switching, time division switching, FDM, TDM, STS and TST, combination switching, Digital signal hierarchies in telephone systems – DS0, DS1, DS3, E1, E2, E3 etc., Stored Program Control (SPC), Software architecture, enhanced services, two-stage network, three-stage network, n-stage network. Principles of common control, touch tone dial telephone, Crosspoint technology, No. 1 ESS, Japanese D-10, Metaconta. Subscriber loop systems, switching hierarchy and routing, transmission plan, transmission systems, numbering plan, charging plan; signaling techniques, in-channel signaling, common channel signaling, Overview of SS7 architecture.
Modulation: Necessity of Modulation, Types of Modulation, Amplitude Modulation (AM) and Demodulation, Frequency Modulation (FM) and Demodulation, PLL, Super heterodyne receiver, Phase Modulation (PM) and Demodulation. Introduction to radio wave propagation methods.
Introduction to Television (TV) Engineering: Scanning and Synchronizing, Composite Video Signal, Video Modulation, Sound Modulation, Reception Technique of Vestigial Sideband Signal, Basic Operation of a TV Camera, Television Transmitters and Receivers, Color TV principles, The Luminance and Color Difference Signals, NTSC, PAL and SECAM Encoders, The PAL Decoder Principles, The Picture Tubes and types of Drives used to Reproduce the Color. TV studio design. Digital Television and Video: Video Digitization formats – the 4:2:2 formats, 4:2:0 format, Source Intermediate Format (SIF), Common Intermediate Format (CIF), General compression principles – Run Length Coding, Discrete Cosine Transform (DCT) compression technique, MPEG-1, MPEG-2.
Books Recommended:
- Communication Systems – Simon Haykin
- Telecommunication Switching Systems and Networks – T. Viswanathan
- Communication Systems – John G. Proakis
- Basic Television and Video System – B. Grob
- Monochrome and Colour Television – Gulati
- Radio Engineering – G. K. Mithal
ECE – 362: Telecommunication Engineering Lab
1.5 Credits
Laboratory works based on ECE – 361
ECE – 373: Mobile Cellular Communication
3 Credits
Introduction to Cellular Communication; Modern cellular system (1G Analog cellular, 2G Digital Cellular, 2.5 G Cellular System; 3G Wireless System; 4G Wireless System; i) Radio Propagation Technique, Free space Propagation; Two Ray model, Multipath Fading & Doppler. ii) Modulated Carrier Transmission, GMSK, QPSK iii) Diversity Technique: Frequency & Space Diversity, iv) Coding Technique: Block Coding, Convolution Coding, v) Speech coding, Channel coding, Equalizer, Frequency Hopping, Interleaving; Wireless Network Operation: i) Cellular Concept, Cell Fundamentals, Traffic Engineering, ii) Capacity Expansion Technique: Frequency Reuse, Cell Splitting, Sectoring, Lee’s Micro cell Method, Overlaid Concept. ; GSM Technology: i) Introduction, GSM Phases, GSM System Architecture, GSM Components, ii) GSM Traffic Handling: Registration, Call Establishment, Traffic Cases, iii) GSM Network Interfaces: Air Interface, A-bis Interface, A Interface, iv) GPRS & EDGE; CDMA Technology: Spread Spectrum, IS-95 Forward Channel, IS-95 Reverse Channel, Power Control, Handoff, W-CDMA & CDMA 2000, OFDM.
Books Recommended:
- Mobile Cellular Telecommunication –William C. Y. Lee
- Mobile Communication –Jochen Schiller
- Wireless Communication : Principles and Practices –Theodore S. Rappaport
ECE – 374: Mobile Cellular Communication Lab
1.5 Credits
Laboratory works based on ECE – 373
ECE – 379: Power Electronics
3 Credits
Introduction to power electronic devices: Thyristor, SCR, BJT, MOSFET, IGBT, GTO, DIAC, TRIAC, SUS, UJT and PUJT.
Introduction to triggering: UJT relaxation oscillator, phase control circuit, PUT relaxation oscillator, pulse transformer.
DC-DC Converter: Choppers, step-down, step-up choppers, Zero Voltage Switching (ZVS), Zero Current Switching (ZCS).
Regulated Power Supplies: Buck, boost, buckboost and Cuk regulators, switch mode power supply.
Inverters: Single phase inverters, over current protection, output voltage control, PWM, SPWM, three phase inverters, resonant pulse inverters.
Motor Drives: DC motor drives, AC motor drives, speed control of AC motor, variable frequency converter, stepper motor drive circuit, brushless DC motor drive.
Industrial Heating: Resistive heating, High frequency heating, Induction heating, Dielectric heating and applications, Closed loop control system.
PLC: Introduction to PLC, Controllers, Hardware, Internal architecture, Programming, Testing, debugging, Commercial PLC.
Books Recommended:
- Power Electronics – H. Rashid
- Principle of power Electronics –Kassakian
- Industrial Electronics and Robotics – Schuller and McNamee
- Power and Industrial Electronics – G. K. Mithal
- Power Electronics System: Theory and Design – Agarwal
- Introduction to PLCs: A beginner’s guide to Programmable Logic Controllers – Elvin Pérez Adrover
ECE – 380: Power Electronics Lab
1.5 Credits
Laboratory works based on ECE – 379
ECE – 421: Digital Communication
3 Credits
Introduction to modulation techniques: Pulse modulation; pulse amplitude modulation, pulse width modulation and pulse position modulation. Pulse code modulation; quantization, Delta modulation. TDM, FDM, OOK, FSK, PSK, QPSK; Representation of noise; threshold effects in PCM and FM. Probability of error for pulse systems, concepts of channel coding and capacity. Asynchronous and synchronous communications. Hardware interfaces, multiplexers, concentrators and buffers. Spread spectrum signals and systems.
Books Recommended:
- Digital Communication – John G. Proakis
- Digital Communication – Bernard Sklar
- Introduction to Digital Communication – Roger L. Peterson
- Digital Communication – Prof. N. Sarker
- Communication System – Simon Haykin
ECE – 422: Digital Communication Lab
1.5 Credits
Laboratory works based on ECE – 421
ECE – 457: Satellite Communication
3 Credits
Elements of Satellite Communication, Satellite orbits-orbit fundamental, Orbital period and speed, Angle of inclination & elevation, Azimuth, Station keeping Attitude control, Satellite launching freq allocation. Satellite communication system, Earth station, Satellite link design, Modulation and muse technique for satellite link, Multiple Access. Error control for satellite link. Factors that have influence or satellite link design. Satellite spread spectrum communication, VSAT, Mobile Satellite Networks. Satellite Television; Network distribution and direct broadcasting.
Books Recommended:
- Satellite Communications – Dennis Roddy
- Electronics Communication – Dennis Roddy, John Coolen
- Satellite Communication Engineering – Michalle A. Kolawole
- Satellite Communication – Timothy Pratt, Charles Bostian and Jeremy Allnutt
ECE – 465: Microwave Engineering
3 Credits
Transmission lines: H.F. transmission lines, Smith chart, Impedance matching techniques and applications, E.M. propagation, reflection and refraction. Waveguide: Wave guides; Parallel plane, Rectangular, Coaxial wave guides, wave guide components, cavity resonators. Microwave tubes: Transit time effects, Velocity modulation, space charge wave, Klystron amplifier, Multicavity Klystron amplifier, Reflex Klystron oscillator. Magnetron. Traveling Wave Tube (TWT) amplifier. Backward Wave Oscillator (BWO). Antennas: Introduction to antennas, antennas and radiation, Hertzian dipole, Long straight antennas; analysis, radiation patterns, Rhombic and Slot antenna. Frequency independent and log periodic antennas, Antenna arrays, array design.
Books Recommended:
- Microwave Devices and Circuits –Samuel Y. Liao
- Microwave Engineering –David M. Pozer
ECE – 466: Microwave Engineering Lab.
1.5 credits
Laboratory works based on ECE – 465
ECE – 471: Optical Fiber Communication
3 Credits
Introduction to optical fiber communication; Optical fibers; structure, step-index and graded – index fibers, modes of propagation, modal theory for circular wave guide, d modal equations, wave guide equations, power flow in optical fibers. Signal degradation in optical fibers: fiber attenuation., distortion in optical wave guides, dispersions in fibers, mode coupling. Optical sources: light emitting diode (LED) and semiconductor laser diode (SLD) – structures, internal quantum efficiencies, modulation capability, transient response, power bandwidth product, modal noise, temperature effects and reliability considerations. Digital transmitter design with LASER diode. Photo detectors: p-I-n and avalanche photo detectors (APDs) principles of operations, structures, photo detector noise sources, detector response time, detector responsively and photodiode materials.
Optical modulation and detection schemes; direct detection, coherent detection. Direct detection receiver; configuration, receiver operation, receiver noises, receiver sensitivity calculation, performance curves and design of receiver pre amplifier. Effect of laser phase noise on receiver performance. Introduction to heterodyne optical receiver. Transmission link analysis; point – to – point links – system configuration, link power budget, rise time budget. Data buses; star and T-coupler data buses. Local area networks applied to single-mode fibre-optic communication. Line coding: NRZ, RZ, Manchester code (MC) and block codes. Introduction to wavelength division multiplexing (WDM) and optical Frequency division multiplexing (OFDM) transmission schemes.
Books Recommended:
- Optical Fiber Communications – John M. Senior
- Optical Fiber Communications – Keiser Gred
- Optical Fiber Communications – Palais Joseph
ECE – 472: Optical Fiber Communication Lab
1.5 Credits
Laboratory works based on ECE – 471
ECE – 211: Digital Electronics
3 Credits
Introduction: Digital and Analog systems. Number Systems and codes: Decimal, binary octal and hexadecimal number systems. 1’s complement and 2’s complement; addition and subtraction in different bases, subtraction using complements. Binary codes, Binary Coded Decimal (BCD), Excess-3, Gray, Alphanumeric codes. Error detection and correction code. Boolean Algebra and Logic Gates: Boolean algebra, logic gates, Boolean function, De Morgan’s theorems, standard and canonical forms. Simplification of Boolean functions: Karnaugh map, don’t care combination, minimization in SOP form using K-map, minimization in POS form using K-map. Combinational Logic Circuits: Design procedure, half adder, full adder, half subtractor, full subtractor. Combinational logic: Binary parallel adder, BCD adder; encoder and decoder; multiplexer and demultiplexer.
Flip-Flops: SR, JK, T and D type flip-flops, their truth tables; master slave flip-flop; edge triggered flip-flop; asynchronous inputs. Sequential circuits: Introduction to sequential circuits; analysis of clocked sequential circuits; state reduction and assignment; Flip-Flop excitation tables; Registers: Classification; register with parallel load; shift register, bidirectional shift register with parallel load and their applications. Counters: Classification; binary ripple counter; BCD ripple counter; binary up/down counter; binary counter with parallel load; timing sequence; ring counter and Johnson counter. Memory units: Classification and characteristics of memory; memory organization and operation; Introduction to PLA and FPGA. Introduction to Digital ICs and Logic Families: Diode Logic gates; Resistor transistor logic (RTL); Diode transistor logic (DTL); Transistor-Transistor Logic (TTL); Emitter Coupled Logic (ECL) MOS Logic and CMOS logic. Converters: Different types of Digital to Analog converter (DAC) and Analog to Digital converters (ADC) with their applications.
Books Recommended:
- Digital Logic and Computer Design – M. Morris Mano
- Digital Systems – R. J. Tocci
- Digital Fundamentals – T. Floyd
- Modern Digital Electronics – R. P. Jain
- Digital Electronic Circuits and Systems – V. K. Puri
ECE – 212: Digital Electronics Lab
1.5 Credits
Laboratory works based on ECE – 211
ECE – 479: VLSI Circuits
3 Credits
Overview of the design methodology; top-down design approach. Technology trends and design styles. Brief review of MOS transistor theory; nMOS and pMOS transistors, threshold voltage, body effect, design equations and V-I characteristics. Latch-up problem. MOS transistor as a switch; pass transistors and transmission gates. nMOS inverter characteristics. CMOS inverter characteristics; influence of n/p ratio on transfer characteristics and noise margin. CMOS processing technologies; design-fabrication interface, layers of abstraction, CMOS design rules. CMOS circuit characteristics and performance estimation; resistance and capacitance. Rise and fall times, delay gate transistor sizing, power consumption. CMOS logic design; logic structures, electrical and physical design of logic gates, clocking strategies, I/O structures.
Structured design methods; design styles, automated synthesis, circuit extraction, simulation and design rule checking (DRC). Design examples. CMOS subsystem design; adders and related functions, multipliers, memory systems, data paths, programmable logic arrays (PLAs). Field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs). VLSI testing; fault models, design for testability (DFT) – ad hoc testing, structured DFT, self-test and built-in test.
Books Recommended:
- Basic VLSI Design –Douglas A. Pucknell, Kamran Eshraghian
- VLSI Technology –S. M. Sze
- Introduction to VLSI Systems –C. A. Mead and L. A. Conway
ECE – 480: VLSI Circuits Lab
1.5 Credits
Laboratory works based on ECE – 479
ECE – 481: Biomedical Engineering
3 Credits
Biomedical Instrumentation: hazards and safety measures in biomedical applications, electrodes, electrocardiography (ECG), electroencephalography (EEG), X-Ray machine, computer aided tomography (CAT), Electrical Impedance Tomography (EIT), Focused Impedance Measurement (FIM), Ultrasonic Imaging System, LASER applications in biomedical field, Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI).
Blood flow meter, blood cell counters, pacemakers. Medical image processing: Degradation model, algebraic approach of image restoration, inverse filtering, detection of discontinuities, region-oriented segmentation, threshold, image compression.
Books Recommended:
- Handbook ofBiomedical Instrumentation – Khandpur
- Digital Image Processing – Rafael C. Gonzalez and Richard E. Woods, Pearson Education Asia.
ECE – 483: Renewable Energy
3 Credits
Introduction to Renewable Energy Sources: Statistics regarding solar radiation and wind speed isolation, geographical distribution. Introduction to solar thermal conversion and solar collectors.
Radiation characteristics of materials: Absorptance, Emittance, Reflectance and Selective Surfaces, Modes of heat transfer. Solar Collectors: Flat plate collectors, Concentrating collectors, Solar distillation, Solar energy systems for process heating, Power generation and refrigeration, Performance and optimum design, Solar thermal modeling. Solar Photovoltaic Energy Conversion: Solar cell fundamental, Basic principle, Types of solar cells, PN junction as photovoltaic cell, Heterojunction, Schottky barrier junction, Fabrication of solar cell, Effect of environment on solar cells, (effect of irradiance once, and effect of temperature), Effect of shading, Thin film solar cell, Multiple sun solar cells, Fabrication of photovoltaic modules and panels, Dimension of cells, Packing efficiency of cells in modules, Characterization of cells and modules. Other Non-conventional Energy Options: Wind, Geothermal, OTEC, Wave energy, Biomass, MHD, Chemical energy, Fuel cell and Nuclear fusion.
Power conditioning of Photovoltaic System: Batteries, inverters, maximum power trrackers, energy system without battery, energy storage in battery, PV – Grid interconnection with battery storage, energy system with diesel backup and battery storage. Design of a PV system: Calculation of array size, selection of modules of arrays, calculation of battery capacity. Wind Energy: Wind turbine, tubes, operational characteristics, cut-in and cut-out speed, control, grid interfacing, AC-DC-AC link.
Books Recommended:
- Renewable Energy: Power for a Sustainable Future – Godfrey Boyle
- Renewable Energy – Bent Sorensen
- Renewable Energy Sources and Methods – Anne Maczulak
- Fundamentals of Renewable Energy Processes – Aldo Da Rosa
ECE – 463: Antennas and Propagation
3 Credits
Definitions, antenna as an aperture; Arrays of point sources; Review of dipoles, loop and thin linear antennas. Helical antenna, biconical and spheroidal antennas. Internal-equation methods, current distribution; Self and mutual impedances; Arrays; design and synthesis; Reflector type antennas. Babiner’s principle and complementary antennas. Application of reaction concept and variation principles in antennas and propagation; Frequency independent antennas. Scattering and diffraction, selected topics in microwave antennas. Antenna measurements. Application of broadcasting, microwave links, satellite communications and radio astronomy.
Books Recommended:
- Electromagnetic Fields and Waves – D. K. Cheng,
- Antenna Theory: Analysis and Design – Constantine A. Balanis,
- Antenna and Wave Propagation – K. D. Prasad
ECE – 485: Stochastic Theory of Communication
3 Credits
Probability and random variables. Distribution and density functions and conditional probability. Expectation: moments and characteristic functions. Transformation of a random variable. Vector random variables. Joint distribution and density. Independence. Sums of random variables. Random Processes. Correlation functions. Process measurements. Gaussian and Poisson random processes. Noise models. Stationarity and Ergodicity. Spectral Estimation. Correlation and power spectrum. Cross spectral densities. Response of linear systems to random inputs. Introduction to discrete time processes, Mean-square error estimation, Detection and linear filtering. Discrete time Markov chain, Continuous time Markov chain, Birth-death process in queuing problems. Introduction to queuing theory, Network of queues, Queuing models: M/M/1, M/M/K, M/G/1, M/G/K, G/M/I and G/M/K queuing models, Application of queuing models in communication engineering.
Books Recommended:
- Introduction to Probability Models – Sheldon M. Ross
- Introduction to Queing Theory – Robert B Cooper
ECE – 485: Semiconductor Processing and Fabrication Technology
3.0 Credits
Physics of semiconductors: Electronic motion in periodic lattice, Energy bands, Brillouin zones, and reciprocal lattice, lattice mattering.
Semiconductor Materials: Intrinsic and extrinsic semiconductor and compounds, purification of Ge and Si,
preparation of single crystals and wafer, process chemicals, states of matter, phase diagram, crystalline materials, crystal orientation. Concept of clean room.
Crystal growth technology: Czochralski method, solution growth, solgel method, solar evaporation method, organic semiconductors, traveling heater method, zone melting, polysilicon and amorphous silicon deposition, group III-V and II-V semiconductors, SOS and SOI.
Epitaxial growth: Epitaxial silicon, vapor phase epitaxy, molecular beam epitaxy, MOCVD, LPCVD, PECVD.
Wafer Fabrication Technology: Introduction to MSI, VLSI, Manufacturing wafers, wafer scale integration, thin film deposition evaporation, sputtering, PCVD, laser ablation and ion beam deposition, insulator deposition, oxidation, kinetics, interface characterization, clean room technology and contamination control, impurities control, dielectric passivaion, oxidation and nitridation, basic patterning, photolithography and electron bean lithography, mask fabrication.
Etching: wet and dry etching, lift-off techniques.
Diffusion of impurities: Impurities control and junction of formation, drift transistors.
Other: Metalization, assembly and encapsulation, binding and ion implantation, sputtering section, packaging,
fabrication of IC PIC and OEIC, Design of linear IC, and semiconductor opto-electronic devices, process and device evaluation, economic aspects of fabrication industry, yield reliability and testing, scaling and limits to miniaturization, speed-power product.
Books Recommended:
- VLSI Technology – Simon Sze
- Fundamentals of Semiconductor FabricationPaperback – Gary S. May and Simon M. Sze
- Introduction to Semiconductor Manufacturing Technology – Hong Xiao
- Handbook of Semiconductor Manufacturing Technology – Yoshio Nishi andRobert Doering
ECE – 425: Optoelectronics
3 Credits
Optical properties in semiconductor: Direct and indirect band-gap materials, radiative and non-radiative recombination, optical absorption, photo-generated excess carriers, minority carrier life time, luminescence and quantum efficiency in radiation. Properties of light: Particle and wave nature of light, polarization, interference, diffraction and blackbody radiation. Light emitting diode (LED): Principles, materials for visible and infrared LED, internal and external efficiency, loss mechanism, structure and coupling to optical fibers. Stimulated emission and light amplification: Spontaneous and stimulated emission, Einstein relations, population inversion, absorption of radiation, optical feedback and threshold conditions. Semiconductor Lasers: Population inversion in degenerate semiconductors, laser cavity, operating wavelength, threshold current density, power output, hetero-junction lasers, optical and electrical confinement. Introduction to quantum well lasers. Photo-detectors: Photoconductors, junction photo-detectors, PIN detectors, avalanche photodiodes and phototransistors. Solar cells: Solar energy and spectrum, silicon and Schottkey solar cells. Modulation of light: Phase and amplitude modulation, electro-optic effect, acousto-optic effect and magneto-optic devices. Introduction to integrated optics.
Books Recommended:
- Electrochromism and Electrochromic Devices – Paul Monk, R. J. Mortimer and D. R. Rosseinsky
- Optical System Design – Robert Fischer, Paul R. Yoder, Biljana Tadic-Galeb
CSE- 331: Computer Architecture
3 Credits
Information representation and transfer; instruction and data access methods; the control unit: hardwired and microprogrammed control; memory organization, I/O systems, channels, interrupts, DMA. Von Neumann SISD organization. RISC and CISC machines. Micro programmed vs. hardwired control unit. Memory System Design: Cache memory; Basic cache structure and design; Fully associative, direct and set associative mapping; Analyzing cache effectiveness; Replacement policies; Writing to a cache; Multiple caches; Upgrading a cache; Main Memory; Virtual memory structure, and design; Paging; Replacement strategies. Pipelining: General consideration; Comparison of pipelined and nonpipelined computer; Instruction and arithmetic pipelines, Data and Branch hazards. Multiprocessor and Multi Computers: SISD, SIMD, and MIMD architectures; centralized and distributed shared memory-architectures; Multi-core Processor architectures. Input/Output Devices: Performance measure, Types of I/O device, Buses and interface to CPU, RAID. Pipelining, Pipeline Hazards. Parallel Processing.
Books Recommended:
- Computer Architecture and Parallel Processing – K Hang
- Computer Organization and Architecture – W. Stallings