MCA III SEMESTER

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MCA I
II

SEMESTER

FACULTY NAME
-



Mr
.
Vijay Singhal
,

Ass.
Professor

COURSE
CODE

MC
A
207

PAPER

NAME

Data
Communications & Networking


L T/P CREDIT


3

1

4

INTERNAL
MARKS


40

EXTERNAL MARKS


60

METHODS OF TEACHING
: PRIMARILY
LECTURES
,
DEMONSTRATION
AND
NETWORKING ISSUE

The course
centers on the theory/hands
-
on mix, as students progress from
fundamentals of data
communication to network protocols
.
The assignment and demonstration helps the stu
dents for
theoretical
understanding and hands
-
on technology in the coursework. In the framework laid out,
starting units
focus
more towards the theory aspect of the technologies and then as students gain more understanding and
confidence with applicable te
chnologies, more relevance is given to in
-
depth networking/system integration
and management tasks.

PRE
-
REQUISITE (S) FOR THE COURSE
:



Basic Networking



Operating System Concepts

COURSE OBJECTIVE
:
This course covers theory and practice of data communicat
ion between computing
devices.

Topics include network architecture and topology, Basics of networking and protocols, OSI

network
layered models and Application layer protocols.

LEARNING OUTCOME
:



Be familiar with the electrical interface and the basics of

digital data
communication
.



Appreciate the need for Data Communication standards



Acknowledge the importance of the ISO 7
-
layer reference model.



Have a broad knowledge of the protocols used in various types of computer networks.



Understand the principl
es of Open Systems and the Transport/Application protocols, which facilitate
them
and
concept of communication protocols and give an overview of Data Communication
Standards.



Examine and comprehend the following networking concepts
-
basic computer network
ing concepts
including Circuit
-
switching and Packet
-
switching, Protocol layer stack, Client
-
Server paradigm, and
Packet
-
switched network delay calculation
-
application
-
layer applications including Telnet, FTP, DNS,
HTTP, SMTP
-
Other state of arts topics in
cluding Wireless and
Bluetooth
, and Security in Computer
Network.

METHOD OF ASSESSMENT


(
As Per G. G. S. I. P. University , New Delhi
)

Sl. No

CRITERIA

Marks

1

Class
Te
st

-

I

15

2

Class Test


II

15

3

Individual Presentation/Viva
-
Voce/
Assignment

10



LECTURE PLAN

Lecture
No

Description

Pedagogy (Lecture,
Cases, Role Play, Labs)

Planned
Week No.

Remarks

1.


UNIT
-

I

Introductory Concepts:
Goals
and Applications of Netw
orks,
Network structure and
architecture, the OSI reference
model, services,

Lecture, PPT


1

A.S. Tanenbaum,
“Computer Networks”,
P䡉Ⱐ4Wh NTiWion





Physical Layer:
The Physical
Layer, networks topology

Lecture, PPT


1

A.S. Tanenbaum,
“Computer Networks”

P䡉Ⱐ4Wh NTiWion




Theoretical Basis for Data
Communication, Guided
Transmission Media

Lecture, PPT


1

Forouzan, “Data
CommunicaWion anT
Networking”, TMH,
4Wh NTiWion




Wireless Transmission,
Communication Satellites

Lecture, PPT


1

Forouzan, “Data
Comm
unicaWion anT
Networking”, TMH,
4Wh NTiWion




Digital Signal Encoding Formats


NRZ
-
LⰠNRZ䤬Ibipolar
-
AMI

L散Wur攬eNum敲ical


2

Forouzan, “Data
CommunicaWion anT
Networking”, TMH,
4Wh NTiWion




Digital Signal Encoding Formats
-
Manchester, Differential
Man
chester

Lecture, Numerical


2

Forouzan, “Data
CommunicaWion anT
Networking”, TMH,
4Wh NTiWion




Digital Modulation


ASKⰠFSK

L散Wur攬eNum敲ical


2

Forouzan, “Data
CommunicaWion anT
Networking”, TMH,
4Wh NTiWion




Digital Modulation

PSKⰠQAM

L散Wur攬eNu
m敲ical


2

Forouzan, “Data
CommunicaWion anT
Networking”, TMH,
4Wh NTiWion




Digital Modulation


ASKⰠFSKⰠ
PSKⰠQAM Nx敲cise

L散Wur攬eNum敲ical


3

Forouzan, “Data
CommunicaWion anT
Networking”, TMH,
4Wh NTiWion

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Digitization


Sampling
Th敯r敭ⰠPCMⰠMM

Lecture, Numerical


3

Forouzan, “Data
CommunicaWion anT
Networking”, TMH,
4th Edition

11.


Analog Modulation

Introducing AM, FM, PM,

Lecture, PPT


3

Forouzan, “Data
Communication and
Networking”, TMH,
4th Edition

12.


The Mobile Telephone System

Lecture, PPT


3

A.S. Tanenbaum,
“Computer Networks”,
PHI, 4th Edition

13.


UNIT
-

II

The Data Link Layer
: Data Link
Layer Design Issues

Lecture, PPT

4

A.S. Tanenbaum,
“Computer Networks”,
PHI, 4th Edition

14.


Error Detection and
Correlation, Flow

Control Protocols

Lecture,

PPT

Assg.


4

Forouzan, “Data
Communication and
Networking”, TMH,
4th Edition

15.


Stop
-
and
-
wait Flow Control, ,
Error Control, Stop
-
and
-
wait
ARQ

Lecture, PPT


4

Forouzan, “Data
Communication and
Networking”, TMH,
4th Edition

16.


Sliding


Window Flow Control
,
Go
-
back
-
N, Selective
-
repeat

Lecture, PPT,
Demonstration


4

A.S. Tanenbaum,
“Computer Networks”,
PHI, 4th Edition

17.


Example of Data Link
Protocols
-
HDLC

Case Studies


5

Forouzan, “Data
Communication and
Networking”, TMH,
4th Edition

18.


Medium access sub la
yer:
Channel allocations, ALOHA
Protocols

Lecture, PPT


5

A.S. Tanenbaum,
“Computer Networks”,
PHI, 4th Edition

19.


Carrier Sense Multiple Access
Protocols

Lecture, PPT


5

Forouzan, “Data
Communication and
Networking”, TMH,
4th Edition

20.


CSMA with Collision

Detection

Lecture, PPT


5

Forouzan, “Data
Communication and
Networking”, TMH,
4th Edition

21.


Collision free protocols

Lecture, PPT

6

Forouzan, “Data
Communication and
Networking”, TMH,
4th Edition

22.


Ethernet

Lecture, PPT,
Numerical

6

A.S. Tanenbaum,
“Com
puter Networks”,
PHI, 4th Edition

23.


Wireless LANs


Lecture, PPT

6

Forouzan, “Data
Communication and
Networking”, TMH,
4th Edition

24.


Blue Tooth, Data Link Layer
Switching.

Lecture, PPT

6

Forouzan, “Data
Communication and
Networking”, TMH,
4th Edition

25.


UN
IT
-

III

Network Layer:
Point
-
to
-
Point
network,

Lecture, PPT

7

Forouzan, “Data
Communication and
Networking”, TMH,
4th Edition

26.


Routing algorithms


Dijakastra
shortest path algorithm

Lecture, PPT

7

Forouzan, “Data
Communication and
Networking”, TMH,
4t
h Edition

27.


Routing algorithms


Flooding,
Distance Vector Routing
Algorithm

Lecture, PPT, Problems

7

Forouzan, “Data
Communication and
Networking”, TMH,
4th Edition

28.


Routing algorithms


Link State
Routing

Lecture, PPT


7

Forouzan, “Data
Communication
and
Networking”, TMH,
4th Edition

29.


Congestion control


Leaky
Bucket

Lecture, PPT

8

Forouzan, “Data
Communication and
Networking”, TMH,
4th Edition

30.


Congestion control


Token
Leaky Bucket

Lecture, PPT


8

Forouzan, “Data
Communication and
Networking”,

TMH,
4th Edition

31.


Congestion control


Choke
packets

Lecture, PPT

8

Forouzan, “Data
Communication and
Networking”, TMH,
4th Edition

32.


Quality Control &
Internetworking

Lecture, PPT

8

Forouzan, “Data
Communication and
Networking”, TMH,
4th Edition

33.


Th
e Network Layer in the
Internet

Lecture, PPT

9

Forouzan, “Data
Communication and
Networking”, TMH,
4th Edition

34.


IP Protocol & packet

Lecture, PPT,
9

Forouzan, “Data
Numerical

Communication and
Networking”, TMH,
4th Edition

35.


IP addresses, IPv6

Practical

Assignment

9

Forouzan, “Data
Communication and
Networking”, TMH,
4th Edition

36.


Subneting & Masking

Lecture, PPT,
Numerical

9

Forouzan, “Data
Communication and
Networking”, TMH,
4th Edition

37.


UNIT
-

IV

Transport Layer:
Design Issue

Lecture, PPT

10

Forouz
an, “Data
Communication and
Networking”, TMH,
4th Edition

38.


Connection management, TCP
window management

Lecture, PPT

10

Forouzan, “Data
Communication and
Networking”, TMH,
4th Edition

39.


Transmission Control Protocol

Lecture, PPT

10

Forouzan, “Data
Commu
nication and
Networking”, TMH,
4th Edition

40.


User Datagram Protocol
Performance Issues

Lecture, PPT

10

Forouzan, “Data
Communication and
Networking”, TMH,
4th Edition

41.


Application Layer:
DNS

Lecture, PPT

11

Forouzan, “Data
Communication and
Networking”,

TMH,
4th Edition

42.


Electronic Mail

Lecture, PPT

11

Forouzan, “Data
Communication and
Networking”, TMH,
4th Edition

43.


WWW, MUTIMEDIA.

Lecture, PPT

11

A.S. Tanenbaum,
“Computer Networks”,
PHI, 4th Edition

44.


Network Security
:
Compression Technique

Lecture,

PPT

11

A.S. Tanenbaum,
“Computer Networks”,
PHI, 4th Edition

45.


Network Security
:
Compression Techniques
.

Lecture, PPT

12

A.S. Tanenbaum,
“Computer Networks”,
PHI, 4th Edition

46.


Revision

Problem Discussion

12

Previous Year
Question Papers

47.


Revision

Proble
m Discussion

12

Previous Year
Question Papers

48.


Revision

Problem Discussion

12

Previous Year
Question Papers

49.


Revision

Problem Discussion

13

Previous Year
Question Papers

50.


Revision

Problem Discussion

13

Previous Year
Question Papers

BOOK BANK

i)

Forouzan,
“Data Communication and Networking”, TMH, 4
th
Edition

ii)

A.S. Tanenbaum, “Computer Networks”, PHI, 4
th
Edition

ESSENTIAL READINGS:

i)

Forouzan, “Data Communication and Networking”, TMH, 4
th
Edition

REFERENCE BOOKS:



W. Stallings, “Data and Computer Communicat
ion”, McMillan.




J. Martin, “Computer Network and Distributed Data Processing”, PHI.



W. Stallings, “Local Networks”, McMillan.



M.Schwertz, “Computer Communication Network Design and Analysis”, PHI.



S. Keshav, “An Engineering Approach to Computer Networking
, Pearson”, 2001.

JOURNALS / MAGAZINES: ADDITIONAL INPUTS



IEEE Internet Computing



IEEE Multimedia



IEEE Security & Privacy



IEEE Trans on Mobile Computing



Journal of Network & System Management



The ICFAI Journal of Cyber Law



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