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M.E. in Electronics & Communication Engineering Program Structure

Level 1

Foundation Courses

Digital Electronics
Candidate must have basic knowledge of digital electronics which includes:

  • Number System & Codes
  • Logic Gates & Boolean Algebra
  • Combinational Logic
  • Digital Arithmetic
  • Latches & Flip-Flops
  • Counters & Registers
  • Mathematics & Programming
Mathematics

  • Introduction to Integral Calculus
  • Matrix Algebra
  • Differential Calculus &Differential Equations
  • Complex Numbers
  • Vectors
Programming Languages

  • C/C++
  • Core java

Level 2

Core Courses
Research Methodology (Compulsory)
Embedded System Design & Computing
Computer Communication Networks & Protocols
Applied Computational engineering
Advanced Signal Processing
Neural Networks and Fuzzy Logic

Level 3

Concentration Courses
The concentration courses are a coherent group of advanced courses that is relevant to your career goals.

Wireless Networks & Standards

Rationale: This concentration provides a foundation for a career that involves study and implementation of wireless networks and systems.

The Courses are based on:

  • 3G/4G Wireless networks
  • Smart Antenna designs
  • Security issues in Wireless networks
  • Wireless protocols & Sensors
  • Wireless ERP/CRM
Mobile Communication & Technology

Rationale: This concentration provides latest developments and trends in mobile computing and technologies which involves mobile communication, mobile hardware, and mobile software. Moreover, it includes communication issues highlighting ad hoc and infrastructure networks as well as communication properties, protocols, data formats and concrete technologies.

The Courses are based on:

  • Mobile application development
  • Smart Mobile devices
  • Mobile device management
  • Mobile device Platforms & Applications
  • Mobile Services Protocols
  • Mobile based internet services
Antenna Design &Propagation

Rationale: This concentration covers all aspects of radio frequency engineering and design of antennas, that incorporate theory and practices to illustrate the concept of electromagnetic spectrum in cellular networks such as GSM, CDMA, UMTS.HSPA+, LTE, LTE-Advanced, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Zigbee, WiMAX, Satellite Communications, VSAT, two-way radio, and Public Safety Solutions.

The Courses are based on:

  • Computer Aided Microwave circuit design
  • Waveguides and Transmission lines
  • Electromagnetic Boundary problems
  • Guided wave optics
  • Radar and remote sensing
  • Micro-electromechanical antennas (MEMtennas) and nano-antennas.
  • RF MEMS
  • Smart (adaptive) antenna arrays
Low Power CMOS VLSI Design

Rationale: This concentration involves methods to design and analyze digital circuits, to understand transistor operations, circuit families, area-power-performance analysis, layout design techniques, signal integrity analysis, memory design and clocking issues.

These courses also cover various design methodologies such as custom, semi-custom, standard cell, arrayed logic, sea-of-gates.

The Courses are based on:

  • Introduction to VLSI; CMOS; design metrics
  • Combinational logic, layout, design rules
  • Manufacturing process;
  • Low Power design strategies
  • Circuit families; Static and Dynamic
  • Sequential Circuits
  • Clocking and Synchronization
  • Deep sub-micron designs
  • Memory design
  • Emerging topics; On-chip Sensors, Variability and Hardware Security
  • CMOS system design, Floor plan, Placement and routing, Project design
Advanced HDL for Programmable Logic

Rationale: A concentration in HDL provides an opportunity to study the role that how technology has changed the way to implement large and complex digital system with low power and energy efficient.

The Courses are based on:

  • HDL overview and latest developments
  • VHDL syntax
  • HDL test bench design
  • Combinational and sequential circuit design
  • Finite State Machine HDL design
Internet of Things

Rationale: This concentration aims to provide the innovative contributions concerning the issues in Internet of Things solutions that involve interconnected smart things which interoperate with the objective of solving problems and provide functionality or optimize multiple tasks.

The Courses are based on:

  • Basic principles and instrument characteristics.
  • Smart things network and communication: architectures, services and protocols.
  • Smart things: privacy, security and identification.
  • Internet of Things systems and applications.
  • User-centric solutions to define IoT collaborative process.
  • Innovative IoT Solutions for handicapped persons.
  • Smart things and RFID/NFC communications.
  • Intelligent systems based on connected vehicles.
  • Smart things networks for real world data management.
  • Practical experiences in Smart cities, largescale IoT systems.
Embedded Computation & Automation

Rationale: This concentration provides analytical and refined knowledge about processes and mechanism involved in latest embedded systems ideally suited for automotive, aerospace, defense, and consumer electronics, as well as
for practicing engineers in the embedded systems industry who want to gain knowledge in state-of-the-art tools, theories, & specifications of embedded systems.

The Courses are based on:

  • Analysis of embedded systems,
  • Interface to the real-time operating systems,
  • Hard and soft real-time operating systems, and fault tolerant systems.
  • Embedded Processor Design
  • Fuzzy System
  • Embedded Application Development
Nano-Electronics

Rationale: This concentration imparts detailed theories about methods and processes involved to fabricate Nano materials, optimizing Nano instruments which can be used in automobile, defense, medical industries and some others
areas.

The Courses are based on:

  • Nanotubes /Nano-materials
  • Nano-measurements
  • Nano Fabrication
  • Nano-Optics
  • Biomedical Instrumentation
  • Medical electronics
Advanced Signal & Image Processing

Rationale: This concentration provides knowledge about concept of digital communication, Digital Signal Processing which is the core technology of almost every modern electronic system. All Complex computational processes like seismic analysis and environmental modeling use DSP and other signal processing to interpret vast quantities of
data.

The Courses are based on:

  • Advanced Digital design
  • Adaptive signal processing
  • Mathematics for signal processing
  • Speech processing
  • Biomedical Signal processing
  • Information theory & error control coding
  • Signal processing for Communication
Control System

Rationale: This concentration provides information about methods, processes and technologies used in designing automatic control systems with integrated stability and driving capabilities.

The Courses are based on:

  • Linear and Non-Linear Control System
  • Robust Control Systems
  • State-space Control System
  • Modeling of Systems
  • Transforms and Stability Measures
Efficient Embedded systems design on FRDM KL25Z
  • ARM processor architectures
  • ARM-based microcontrollers as modern embedded computing platforms
  • Software design basics, software engineering principles
Basic SoC Design on CM0 DS & Nexys3 FPGA
  • ARM processor architectures and ARMbased SoCs
  • Capture the design of ARM-based SoCs in a standard hardware description language
  • Low-level software design for ARM-based SoCs and high-level application development
Level 4

Elective Courses
Designed to Support Concentration Courses

Wireless and Tele Communication IoT Appcessory Design on ST Nucleo401
Digital Wireless fundamentals Smart phone architecture and technologies
Smart Antenna design & Propagation ARM-based SoCs: architecture and development
Advanced Communication Security Appcessory programming and embedded programming
BLE technology
Sensor networks and applications
IoT fundamentals

VLSI Design Graphics and Gaming
Processor Architecture for VLSI ARM Mali GPU architecture
Semiconductor device modeling Core OpenGL ES rendering techniques
CAD/CAE Designs Game design methodology

Nano/Opto electronics Real Time operating systems design on FRDM KL25Z
Nano-materials Basic concepts of RTOS, task and threads
Nanofabrication characterization Task scheduling and memory allocation
Nano photonics File system and data management
Nano-Optics Parallel programing principles

Advanced Programming Concepts Digital Signal Processing on Fm4
Advanced Java Programming DSP basic concepts such as sampling, reconstruction and aliasing
Advanced Object Oriented Programming Fundamental filtering algorithms such as FIR, IIR, FFT
C/System C Language ARM-based microcontrollers as low-power DSP computing platforms
Software programming basics and principles

Digital Communication Rapid Embedded systems Design on FRDM KL25Z
Coding for discrete sources & Quantization ARM processor architectures
Random process & Noise ARM-based microcontrollers as modern embedded computing platforms
Channel modulation, demodulation and interference Software design basics, software engineering principles
Vector space & Signal space

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