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SUBJECTS

CODE

STAFF

PAGE NO

1.


GENERAL GUIDELINES

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02

2.


OPTICAL COMMUNICATION &
NETWORKING

06TE81

Ms. LC

3
-
4

3.


EMBEDDED SYSTEM DESIGN


06EC 82

Ms.MP

5
-
6

4.


HIGH PERFORMANCE
COMPUTER NETWORKS

06EC835

Ms. MVN

7
-
8

5.


REAL TIME OPERATING
SYSTEMS

06TE842

Ms.

YJP

9
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10

6.


CALENDAR OF EVENTS

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Class Co
-
ordinator: Ms. M.Pavithra


Note: Portions for
T
est /
Q
uiz will be announced one
week before the commencement of event.




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ENERAL GUIDELINES

1.

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7.

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.

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y.

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15.

Students have to score a minimum of 40% in
CIE (
Lab & theory
)
, failing which he/she will be denied
t
he SEE under the clause Non Satisfying Sessional Requirements (NSSR).

16.

The final attendance and the sessional marks will be displayed on the notice board at the end of the
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It is the responsibility of the students to verify the correctness and repo
rt
discrepancies, if any, to the concerned faculty / class incharge
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Mobile phones strictly prohibited on campus.





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OPTICAL COMMUNICATION & NETWORKING


LESSON PLAN



Subject Code: 06TE81




Faculty : Ms. LC


No. of Hours: 52

Class #

Chapter Title /
Reference Literature


Topics to be covered

% of portion covered

Reference
Chapter

Cumulative


1
-
6

(6 hrs)

UNIT
-
1

Introduction to Optical
Networks

Page # :3 to 14,32 to
35,76,83 to 90


Telecommunication networks, First generation
optical networks, Multiplexing techniques,
Second
-
generation optical networks, System
and network evolution.

Nonlinear effects SPM,
CPM, four wave mixing, Solutions.



12
%


12
%


7
-
13

(7 hrs)


UNIT
-
2

Components :

Page # :108 to 111,112 to
113,115 ,151

Couplers., isolators and Circulators, Multiplexes
and filters Optical amplifiers.


13
%


25
%


14
-

20

(7 hrs)


UNIT
-
3

Transmitters

Page # :165 to 190, 192
to 197,199, 216


Transmitters, detectors, Switches, Wavelength
converters

13
%

38
%


21
-

26

(6 hrs)


UNIT
-
4

Transmission system
engineering

Page # : 283 to 344


System model, Power penalty, Transmitter,
receiver,

optical amplifiers, Crosstalk,
Dispersion, Overall design Consideration.


12
%


50
%



27
-

32

(6 hrs)


UNIT
-
5

SONET/SDH

Page # : 364 to 398


First generation networks SONET/SDH,
Computer interconnects, Mans,Layered
architecture for SONET and second
generation
networks.


12
%

62
%


33
-

39

(7 hrs)

UNIT
-
6

Wavelength Routing
Networks

Page #:441 to 457


Optical layer, Node design, Network design and
operation, routing and wavelength assignment
architectural variations.


13
%

75
%



40
-

45

(6 hrs)


UNIT
-

7

VIRTUAL TOPOLOGY
DESIGN

Page # :495,507, 519 to
524


Virtual topology design problem, Combines
SONET/WDM network design, an ILP
formulation, Regular virtual topologies, Control
and management, Network management
configuration management, Performance
management, fault management.


12
%

87
%

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46
-

52

(7 hrs)


UNIT
-

8

ACCESS NETWORKS

Network architecture overview, present and
future access networks, HFC, FTTC, Optical
access networks Deployment considerations,
Photonic packet switching, OTDM,
Multiplexing
and demultiplexing, Synchronization.




13
%



100
%



TEXT BOOK:

1.
Optical networks: A practical perspective


Kumar Sivarajan and Rajiv Ramaswamy: Morgan Kauffman 1998.

REFERENCE BOOK:

1.
Optical communication networks


Biswajit Mukherjee
TMG, 1998.

2.
Optical networks


Ulysees Black, Pearson education 2007.



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EMBEDDED SYSTEM DESIGN

LESSON PLAN

Subject Code: 06
EC 82




Faculty:
Ms.MP




No. of Hours: 52

Class

Chapter Title /

Reference Literature

Topics to be covered

% of Portions covered

Reference
Chapter

Cumulative

1
-
4

(4hrs)


UNIT 1

Introduction



Overview of embedded systems,embedded
system design challenges,common design
metrics and optimizing them.

10%

10%


Survey of different embedded system design
technologies,trade
-
offs.custom single
purpose processors.design of custom single
purpose processors
.

5
-
10

(6hrs)


UNIT 2

Single purpose
processors

Hardware,combinational logic,sequential
logic, RT
level combinational and sequential
components

12%

22%

Optimizing single
-
purpose
processors.single
-
purpose processors:software,basic
architecture,operation,programmers’s
view,development environment,ASIPS

11
-
16

(6hrs)


UNIT 3

Standard single purpose
peripherals

Standard

single
-
purpose
peripherals,timers,counters,UART,PWM,LCD
controllers,Keypad controllers,Stepper Motor
Controller, A to D Converters,Examples

12%

32%

17
-
24

(8hrs)

UNIT 4

Memory

Introduction, common memory
types,compulsory memory.Memory
Heirarchy
and cache,advanced RAM.

15%

47%

Interfacing Communication
Basics,Microprocessors
interfacing,Arbitration,Advanced
Communication principles,protocols
-
serial,parallel and wireless.

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Class

Chapter Title /

Reference Literature

Topics to be covered

% of Portions covered

Reference
Chapter

Cumulative

25
-
32

(8hrs)

UNIT 5

Interrupts

Basics
-
shared data
problem
-
interrupt
latency.survey of software
Architecture,Round Robin,Round robin with
Interrupts
-
Function Queues
-
Sheduling
-
RTOS
architecture.

15%

62%

33
-
40

(8hrs)

UNIT 6

Introduction to RTOS

Tasks
-
states
-
data
-
semaphores and shared
data.More operating
systems services
-
massage queues
-
mail boxes
-
Timers
-
events
-
memory management..

15%

77%

41
-
48

(8hrs)

UNIT 7

Basic Design Using
RTOS

Basic Design Using RTOS,Principles
-
An
example,Encapsulating semaphores and
queues.Hard real time scheduling
considerations
-
Saving Memry space and
power.

15%

93%

49
-
52

(4hrs)

UNIT8

H/W
-
S/W Codesign

Hardware software co
-
design aspects in
embedded systems.

7%

100%


Literature:

Book Type

Code

Title & Author

Publisher

Year

Text Books

T1

Embedded system design A
unified
hardware/software introduction
-
Frank
vahid,Tony givargis

Thomson

2002

T2

An Embedded software primer
-
David E.Simon

Pearson
Education

1999

Ref Books

R1

Embedded systems:architecture
and programming
-
Rajkamal

TMH



R2

embedded system
architecture
-
Tammy Noerguard




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HIGH PERFORMANCE COMPUTER NETWORKS



LESSON PLAN


Subject Code: 06EC835




Faculty: Ms. MVN





No. of Hours: 52

Class

Chapter Title/

Reference
Literature

Portions to be Covered

% Portions Covered

Reference
Chapter

Cumulative


1
-
6

(6hrs)


UNIT 1

Chapter 1:
Overview

R 1.1
-
1.3.4

History of communication networks , networking
principles, future networks Internet, Pure ATM
network, cable network, and wireless.

12%

12%

7
-
13

(7hrs)


UNIT 2

Chapter 2: Network
Services and
Layered
architecture.

R 2.1
-
2.5,2.7
-
2.10

Applications, Traffic

characterization and quality of
service , Network services, High performance
networks, Network elements, Layered applications,
Open data network model, Network architectures,
Network bottlenecks.


13%

25%

14
-
20

(7hrs)

UNIT 3

Chapter 4: The
Internet and

TCP/IP
Network


Chapter5:Circuit
Switched Network

R4.3.2,4.3.4,4.4.1
-
4.4.3,5.1

Multicast IP, Mobile IP, TCP and UDP,
Applications, FTP, SMTP, Internet success and
limitations , Performance of TCP/IP Networks,

Performance of circuit switched network.

13%

38%

21
-
26

(6hrs)

UNIT 4

Chapter 5: Circuit
Switched Network


SONET, DWDM, FTH, DSL, Intelligent
networksCATV.




12%



50%




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Text Book:

High Performance Communication networks:

By Warland and Varaiya,2
nd

Edition 2000

R
eference

B
ooks

1.

High Speed Networks and Internet:Performance and Quality service
-
William Stallings.

2.
Building High Speed Networks
-
Tere Parnell.









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27
-
33

(7hrs)

UNIT 5

Chapter 6:ATM

R 6.1
-
6.4 & 6.7

Main features of ATM, Addressing, Signaling
and Routing, TM header structure, ATM
Adaptation layer, Internetworking with ATM

13%

63%

34
-
40

(7hrs)

UNIT 6

Chapter 7: Wireless
Networks

R 7.1,7.3
-

7 .7

Link level design Channel Access Network
design, Wireless networks today, Future
Networks, Ad Hoc
networks High speed
Digital cellular, HomeRF and Bluetooth

13%

76%

41
-
46

(6hrs)

UNIT 7

Chapter 8: Control Of
Networks

Chapter 10:Network
Economics

R 8.1
-
8.3, 10.1
-
10.2

Objectives and method of control , Circuit
switched Networks, Datagram networks

Derived

demand for network services,
Subscriber Demand Model, Empirical Model.

12%

88%

41
-
46

(6hrs)

UNIT 7

Chapter 8: Control Of
Networks

Chapter 10:Network
Economics

R 8.1
-
8.3, 10.1
-
10.2

Objectives and method of control , Circuit
switched Networks, Datagram
networks

Derived demand for network services,
Subscriber Demand Model, Empirical Model.

12%

88%

47
-
52

(6hrs)

UNIT 8

Chapter 11: Optical
Networks

R 8.1
-
8.3, 10.1
-
10.2


WDM systems, Optical cross connect
Optical LAN’S Optical paths and Networks

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Real Time Operating Systems


LESSON PLAN

Subject Code:

06TE842


Faculty:
Ms.

YJP



No. of Hours: 52

Class

Chapter Title &
Reference literature

Topics to be covered

% Portions
covered

Reference

Chapter

Cumulative

1
-
6

Chapter # 1
:

Definition and
classification of Real
Time Systems

T5:page 36
-

67

Concept of computer control,
sequence, loop and supervisor
control, centralized,
hierarchical and distributed
systems, Human
Computer
interface, hardware
requirement for real time
applications, specialized
processors, interfaces,
communications

08%

08%

7
-
12

Chapter # 2:

Special features of
languages for real
time application

T5: page 172
-
196

Review of data types,
concurrency,
exception
handling, co routines, low
-
level
facilities. Overview of Real time
languages, modula 2 and Ada
as a Real Time languages

10%

18%

13
-
22

Chapter # 3:

Real Time Operating
Systems

T5: page 219
-
276

Scheduling strategies,priority
structures, Task
management,
Real Time clock handler, code
sharing, Resource Control,
Inter task Communication and
Control, Example of Creating
and RTOS based on modula 2
kernel, Practical Real Time
Operating Systems

20%

38%

23
-
27

Chapter # 4:

Introduction to Design
of
Real Time Systems

T5 : page 278
-
319

Specification, Preliminary
Design, multitasking Approach,
monitors, Rendezvous

12%

50%



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28
-
31

Chapter # 5:

Development
Methodologies

T5 : page 320
-
352

Yourdon Methodology, Ward
and Mellor method, Hatley &
Pirbhai
method, Maskot,
Paisley System

6%

56%

32
-
41

Chapter#6:

Design Analysis

T5:page 376
-
398

Introduction, Petrinets, Analysis
of Petri Nets, Scheduling
problem Real Time Database,
Real Time Vs General Purpose
Databases, Tranaction
priorities and Aborts,
Concurrency Control, Disk
Scheduling Algorithms,
Maintaining Serialization
Consistency

20%

76%

42
-
47

Chapter#7:

Fault Tolerance
Techniques

T1:page 280
-
324

Introduction, Faults, Errors and
Failures, Fault types, Detection
and Containment,
Redundancy,
Integrated Failure
Handling

12%

88%

48
-
52

Chapter#8:

Reliability Evaluation

T1:page 327
-
355

Introduction, Parameters,
Reliability Models for
Hardware, Software error
models

12%

100%

.

Literature
:

Book Type

Code

Title/Author

Publisher

Text Book 1

T1

Real

Time Systems
-

C M Krishna, Kang
G Shin

Mc Graw Hill, India, 1997

Text Book 2

T2

Embedded systems
-

Raj Kamal

Tata Mc Graw Hill,
India,2005

Text Book 3

T3

Real Time systems design and analysis
-

Philip A Laplante

PHI 2005

Text Book 4

T4


Real time systems
-

Jane W S Liu

Pearson education,2005

Text Book 4

T5

Real time Computer Control

Pearson education,2005









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85.


C A L E N D A R O F E V E N T S



BE VIII, MCA II, IV, VI,
M.Tech II Semesters





Session: Jan


May 2011

Week
No

Month

Day

No. of
working
days

Activities

Mon

Tue

Wed

Thu

Fri

Sat

1.


Jan

24*

25

EWD

26

H

27

28

29

4

*
Commencement of classes for MCA
IV and VI SEM

26
th



Republic day

2.


Feb

31

1**

EWD

2

3

4

5

5

** Commencement of classes for BE
VIII, MCA II, M.Tech II and VI SEM

3.


Feb

7

8

EWD

9

10

11

12

5

12
th
, 13
th


Aatma Trisha

4.


Feb

14

15

EWD

16

H

17

18

CCM

19

4

16
th



Id
-
Milad

5.


Feb

21

22

23

24

25

26

5


6.


Feb/Mar

28

T1

1

T1

2

H

3

T1

4

T1

5

T1

5

T1
-

Test 1

2
nd

-

Mahashivaratri

7.


Mar

7

BBV

8

EWD

9

BBV

10

BBV

11

ASD

12

5


8.


Mar

14

15

EWD

16

17

18

19

5


9.


Mar

21

22

EWD

23

24

25

26

6


10.


Mar/Apr

28

29

30

31

1

2

5


11.


Apr

4

H

5

T2

6

T2

7

T2

8

T2

9

T2

5

4
th



Chandramana
Ugadi

T2
-

Test 2 week

12.


Apr

11

BBV

12

BBV

13

BBV

14

H

15

CH

16

H

4

14
th



Dr. Ambedkar Jayanthi

15
th



Compensatory Holiday

16
th



Mahaveer Jayanti

13.


Apr

18

19

20

21

22

H

23

5

22
nd



Good Friday

14.


Apr

25

26

27

28

29

30

4


15.


May

2

3

4

5

6

H

7


6
th



Basava

Jayanthi

16.


May

9

T3

10

T3

11

T3

12

T3

13

T3

14

T3


T3
-

Test 3


17.


May

16

BBV

17

BBV

18

BBV

19

20

21


Lab Test week
(during respective lab
sessions) for MCA only

18.


May

23

24

25

FASD

26

27

28

LWD


LWD
-

Last Working Day


H : Holiday BBV: Blue Book Verification (3.45 to 4.45PM)

EWD : Extended working day

ASD:

Attendance and sessional marks
display FASD: Final

Attendance and sessional marks display