عن قسم الهندسة الإلكترونية والاتصالات

النبذة التعريفية الهندسة الإلكترونية والاتصالات

أنشئ قسم الهندسة الإلكترونية والاتصالات مع بداية إنشاء جامعة حضرموت في العام الجامعي  1996م - 1997م و.تخرج من القسم منذ التأسيس حتى العام الجامعي 2016-2017م سبع عشر دفعة بمجموع 969 مهندسا. 

 ترأس القسم كل من :

 

1

د. سعد عثمان البشير

سوداني

1996 - 1997م

2

د. مظفر أنور النعمة

عراقي

1997 - 1999م

3

د. رعد حمدان ظاهر

عراقي

1999 -  2004م

4

د. وداد محمود فيصل

عراقية

2004 - 2005م

5

د. محمد حمزة السبع

مصري

2005 - 2006م

6

د. سالم نصر مرسال

يمني

2006 - 2008م

7

أ.د. فتحي مبروك أبو العينين

مصري

2008 - 2011م

8

د. مجدي سالم مرعي

يمني

2011 - 2012م

9

د. خاد سهل بن سحاق

يمني

2012 إلى الآن

 

الرؤية

الريادة والتميز محلياً وإقليمياً في مجال الهندسة الهندسة الالكترونية والاتصالات والبحث العلمي بما يسهم في خدمة المجتمع.

 

الرسالة

إعداد مهندسين متميزين محلياً وإقليمياً في مجال الهندسة الإلكترونية والاتصالات، وإجراء البحوث العلمية، ومواكبة التطور العلمي ومستجدات المهنة، وخدمة المجتمع، من خلال برامج تتسم بالجودة وتشجيع الإبداع والابتكار في مجال التخصص، وتعزيز الشراكة مع المؤسسات ذات الصلة

 

الأهداف

  1. تزويد الدارسين بالأسس والمفاهيم النظرية والتطبيقية للعلوم الأساسية وعلوم الهندسة الالكترونية والاتصالات
  2. إكساب الدارسين مهارات التعامل مع الأجهزة الالكترونية ونظم الاتصالات
  3. اكساب الدارسين مهارات إعداد التقارير البحثية والمهنية و حل المشكلات في مجال الهندسة الالكترونية ونظم الاتصالات بما يسهم في التنمية وخدمة المجتمع
  4. إرساء بيئة علمية ملائمة للعمل الأكاديمي في مجال الهندسة الالكترونية والاتصالات لمواكبة معطيات العصر ومواجهة تحدياته.
  5. إكساب الدارسين قيم وأخلاقيات المهنة ومهارات التقنية الحديثة ومهارات  التواصل والعمل الجماعي.
  6. السعي نحو الجودة ودعم وتشجيع البحث العلمي في مجالات الهندسة الالكترونية والاتصالات وتعزيز الشراكة مع المؤسسات الحكومية والشركات ذات العلاقة.

 

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    الخطة الدراسية :

    First Year Study Plan                                                        Semester (1)

    Max Marks

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    Total

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    100

    50

    50

    2

    0

    0

    2

    Islamic Culture (1)

    110

    HUM

     

    100

    50

    50

    2

    0

    0

    2

    Arabic Language (1)

    111

    HUM

     

    100

    50

    50

    2

    0

    0

    2

    English Language (1)

    112

    HUM

     

    150

    70

    80

    3

    0

    2

    2

    Mathematics (1)

    113

    HUM

     

    150

    70

    80

    3

    2

    0

    2

    Physics (1)

    114

    HUM

     

    150

    70

    80

    3

    2

    0

    2

    Introduction to Computer

    115

    CE

     

    100

    50

    50

    2

    3

    0

    1

    Engineering Drawing

    116

    AE

     

     

     

       

     

    17

    7

    2

    13

    Total Hours/Week

     

     

    First Year Study Plan                                                       Semester (2)

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    100

    50

    50

    2

    0

    0

    2

    Islamic Culture (2)

    120

    HUM

     

    100

    50

    50

    2

    0

    0

    2

    Arabic Language (2)

    121

    HUM

     

    100

    50

    50

    2

    0

    0

    2

    English Language (2)

    122

    HUM

     

    150

    70

    80

    3

    0

    2

    2

    Mathematics (2)

    123

    HUM

     

    150

    70

    80

    3

    2

    0

    2

    Physics (2)

    124

    HUM

     

    100

    50

    50

    2

    0

    1

    2

    Electronic Material

    126

    ECE

     

    200

    100

    100

    4

    2

    1

    3

    Circuit Theory (1)

    127

    ECE

     

     

     

     

     

    دددد

    18

    4

    4

    15

    Total Hours/Week

     

     

     

     

    Second Year Study Plan                                                Semester (3)

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    150

    70

    80

    3

    0

    2

    2

    Mathematics (3)

    210

    HUM

    150

    70

    80

    3

    2

    0

    2

    Comp. Prog. C-language.

    211

    CE

    200

    100

    100

    4

    2

    1

    3

    Logic Design

    212

    ECE

    150

    70

    80

    3

    2

    1

    2

    Electronic Devices

    213

    ECE

    200

    100

    100

    4

    2

    1

    3

    Circuit Theory (2)

    214

    ECE

     

     

     

    17

    8

    5

    12

    Total Hours/Week

     

     

     

     

     

    Second Year Study Plan                                                  Semester (4)

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    150

    70

    80

    3

    0

    2

    2

    Mathematics (4)

    220

    HUM

    100

    50

    50

    2

    0

    0

    2

    أسس البحث العلمي وعلم المكتبات

    221

    HUM

    150

    70

    80

    3

    2

    1

    2

    Data Structure & Algorithms

    222

    CE

    150

    70

    80

    3

    2

    1

    2

    Electronic Circuits

    223

    ECE

    150

    70

    80

    3

    2

    1

    2

    Electrical Machines

    224

    ECE

    150

    70

    80

    3

    0

    1

    3

    Signal & Systems

    225

    ECE

     

     

     

    17

    6

    6

    13

    Total Hours/Week

     

     

     

     

    Third Year Study Plan                                                       Semester (5)

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    150

    70

    80

    3

    0

    2

    2

    Numerical Computation

    310

    HUM

    150

    70

    80

    3

    2

    1

    2

    Digital Electronics

    311

    ECE

    150

    70

    80

    3

    2

    1

    2

    Integrated Electronics

    312

    ECE

    200

    100

    100

    4

    2

    1

    3

    Control Systems

    313

    ECE

    150

    70

    80

    3

    2

    1

    2

    Power Electronics

    314

    ECE

    150

    70

    80

    3

    0

    1

    3

    EMF Theory

    315

    ECE

     

     

     

    19

    8

    7

    14

    Total Hours/Week

     

     

     

     

    Third Year Study Plan                                                          Semester (6)

    Max Marks

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    CH

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    150

    70

    80

    3

    0

    2

    2

    Probability & Statistics

    320

    HUM

    150

    70

    80

    3

    0

    1

    3

    EM Waves

    321

    ECE

    150

    70

    80

    3

    2

    0

    2

    Electronic Instrumentation

    322

    ECE

    150

    70

    80

    3

    2

    1

    2

    Communications Sys. (1)

    323

    ECE

    150

    70

    80

    3

    2

    1

    2

    Digital System Design

    324

    ECE

    200

    100

    100

    4

    2

    1

    3

    Microprocessors

    325

    ECE

     

     

     

    19

    8

    6

    14

    Total Hours/Week

     

     

     
    Forth Year Study Plan                                                         Semester (7)

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    100

    50

    50

    2

    0

    0

    2

    Engineering Economics

    410

    HUM

    150

    70

    80

    3

    2

    1

    2

    Communications Sys. (2)

    411

    ECE

    150

    70

    80

    3

    0

    1

    3

    Digital Signal Processing

    412

    ECE

    150

    70

    80

    3

    0

    1

    3

    Opto – Electronics

    413

    ECE

    150

    70

    80

    3

    2

    0

    2

    Antennas

    414

    ECE

    150

    70

    80

    3

    2

    0

    2

    Computer Architecture

     

    ECE

    100

    50

    50

    1

    3

    0

    0

    Course Project (1)

    415

    ECE

     

     

     

    18

    9

    3

    14

    Total Hours/Week

     

     

     
    Forth Year Study Plan                                                     Semester (8)

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    CH

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    150

    70

    80

    3

    0

    1

    3

    Telecom. Trans & Switching

    420

    ECE

    200

    100

    100

    4

    2

    0

    3

    Digital Communication

    421

    ECE

    150

    70

    80

    3

    2

    1

    2

    Microwave Comm.

    422

    ECE

    150

    70

    80

    3

    2

    1

    2

    Optical Communications

    423

    ECE

    150

    70

    80

    3

    2

    1

    2

    Electronic Com Circuits

    424

    ECE

    100

    50

    50

    1

    3

    0

    0

    Course Project (2)

    425

    ECE

     

     

     

    17

    11

    4

    12

    Total Hours/Week

     

     

     
    Fifth Year Study Plan                                                          Semester (9)

    Max Marks

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    CH

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    100

    50

    50

    3

    0

    1

    3

    Computer Networks

    510

    ECE

    100

    50

    50

    3

    0

    1

    3

    Info Theory & Coding

    511

    ECE

    100

    50

    50

    3

    0

    1

    3

    Elective Course (1)

    512

    ECE

    100

    50

    50

    1

    3

    0

    0

    Project (1)

    513

    ECE

     

     

     

    10

    3

    3

    9

    Total Hours/Week

     

     

     
    Fifth Year Study Plan                                                         Semester (10)

    Max Marks

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    Code and

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    Exam

    Semester Works

    CH

    P

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    L

    100

    50

    50

    3

    0

    1

    3

    Satellite Comm.

    520

    ECE

    100

    50

    50

    1

    2

    0

    0

    Seminar

    521

    ECE

    100

    50

    50

    3

    0

    1

    3

    Elective Course (2)

    522

    ECE

    100

    50

    50

    3

    9

    0

    0

    Project (2)

    523

    ECE

     

     

     

    10

    8

    2

    6

     

     

     

     

     

    Total Credit Hours = 162 H/Week

     

    Elective Courses:

                                        (1) TV Systems,              (2) Cellular Communications

           

     

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    وصف المقررات :

    Description of Courses

     

     

    Mathematics - 1 (2-2-0-3):

    Determinants: Its properties, Cramer's rule; Matrices, solution of System of linear equations, infinite series, convergence and divergence of infinite series; Vector Algebra : Basic concepts, dot product, cross product, triple product, Complex numbers, De – Moivres theorem. Three dimensional geometric equations of planes and lines.                                                                   

                                                                                              

     Mathematics - 2 (2-2-0-3): 

    Differential Calculus: Higher derivatives & Leibniz theorem, Expansion of functions, Taylor s and Maclaurin,s series, indeterminate forms. Partial Derivatives, curvature and evolutes. Integral Calculus: Multiple integrals, double & triple integrals.Differential equation: Ordinary differential equations, various methods of Solving first order differential equations and its  applications                                                         

     Physics - 1 (2-0-2-3):

    Vectors: (4h) Scalar and vector quantities, Addition of vectors components of vectors, scalar product,, vector product Applications. Dynamics of Bodies : (4h) Displacement , velocity and acceleration ,  laws of  motion  ,  theacceleration of gravity  ,  free fall projectile ,  Newton's first law ,  mass and weight ,  force  , Newton's second law , Newton's third law linear momentum . Impulse , conservation of linear momentum collisions . Energy: (2h) Work, work done against gravity, power, energy, KE, PE. Conservation of energy. Circular and S. H. M.: (4h) Angular displacement, angular velocity, angular acceleration Centripetal force, centripetal accel. Angular momentum, Torque, rotational KE. , gravitation. Elastic PE. S .H. M. Velocity and  accel,  in S. H. M., simple pendulum. Fluids (4h) Pressure, atmospheric pressure, density surface tension, fluid flow, Bernoulli's Equation. Mechanical properties of matter: (2h) Elasticity, stress and strain, young's Modulus Shear and Bulk modulus. Geometrical Optics (4h) Reflection and refraction, mirrors and lenses. Temperatureand Heat:  (4h) temp. Thermometers, mechanical equivalent of heat, specific heat capacity change of state, Boyle's law, Charlie's  law, ideal gas law. K. Theory of gases, heat transfe

     

    Introduction to Computer (2-0-2-3):

    Nature of computers, types and evolution. Internal organization and functions, I/O units, storage devices and CPU. Data representation and of computer software functions, operating systems, application softwares. Programming languages, algorithms. Fundamental programming concepts with applications.

     

    Engineering Drawing (2-0-3-3)

    Introduction and general instruction regarding lettering instruments and line work. Free hand sketching. Plane geometric constructions. Projection systems-perspective orthographic, axonometric, isometric and oblique Projections. First angle, third angle projections.  Orthographic and pictorial view. Projections of various objects and auxiliary planes

     

     

     

     

    Electronic Engineering Material (2-1-0-2)

    Structure of matter. Atomic Bonding. Energy Levels and Bonds. Crystal structure; Conductor,

    Semiconductors and Insulator. Properties of Conducting, Semiconductors materials  and

    Insulator materials; Opto electrical properties. Magnetic materials; Para-and Ferro magnetism;

    Ferrites and Their applications. Dielectric materials; Dielectric Properties of Solids. Ionic  conductivity; Dielectric . Introduction to fiber optical materials.

     Physics 2 (2-0-2-3):

    waves :Wave motion , pulses in string , principle of super position periodic Waves , equation of wane , Beats , Doppler effect , sound intensity , frequency types of waves , standing waves , resonance sound ,response . Electromagnetic waves.  electricity: electric charge , coulombs law , electricity and matter , electrical conduction , electric field , lines of force , gauss's law , electric pot . Energy. Potential diff. , electron volts electric current , ohm's law . resistively , conductivity , electric power . Resistors. E. M. F. kirchhoffs rules . capacitances , magnetic forces . Electromagnetic induction , faraday's law , Ammp. And voltmeter, heat effect of an electric current. Atomic structure:bohr model of hydrogen atom , energy levels , atomic spectra , excitation and ionization energy . Conductors and free electrons solids and liquids, crystalline and non crystalline maternal, crystal bonds, energy bands, conduction, semiconductors and insulators, crystal defects. Physics of semiconductors: Electron emission, cathode ray tube, properties of C. R. electron motion in elec. And mag. Fields, photo-electric effect, semiconductors, intrinsic and extrinsic semiconductors. P-N junction diode, rectification  circuits, transistors.                                                            

    Circuit Theory 1 (3-0-2-4)

    Circuit elements; Independent and depended sources; Series Resistive Circuits; Applications of Kirchhoffs Voltage Law (KVL) & Voltage Divider Rule (VDR); Parallel Resistive Circuits;

    Applications of Kirchhoffs Current Law (KCL) & Current Divider Rule (CDR); Series-Parallel

    Circuits; Applications; Network Analysis by Direct Methods: Current Loop Analysis; Nodal Voltage Analysis; 

    Superposition theorem; Network Analysis by Equivalent Circuit Methods: Star delta conversions; Thevenin`s and Norton`s theorems; Maximum power transfer theorem; DC Capacitive Circuits; DC Inductive Circuits; Calculations for RC, RL, and RLC Circuits;  Transient and steady state response of networks for different excitations. Two port network parameters, h, y, and z. Introduction to AC basic circuits.

     

    Logic Design (3-0-2-4):Digital System and Binary Numbers (Number Base conversion, Octaland Hexadecimal, Complement, Signed Binary Numbers, Binary codes, gray code & ASCII code). Boolean Algebra and Logic Gates: ( Introduction, Definition of Boolean Algebra, Basic Theorems and properties of Boolean Algebra, Basic Gates (NOT, AND, OR),NAND,NOR, X-OR and XNOR, Boolean Functions, Digital Logic gates, Integrated Circuits).  Gate-Level Minimization:

    (Introduction, The Map Method ( Karnaugh Map), Sum of Product Simplification, Product of Sum Simplification, NAND and NOR Implementation). Combinational Logic: ( Introduction,

    Combinational Circuits, Analysis Procedure, Design Procedure, Half Adder, Full Adder, Binary Adder-Substractor, Incrementor-Decrementor, Binary Multiplier, Comparators IncrementorDecrementor, Binary Multiplier, Comparators, Decoder, Encoder, Multiplexer, De Multiplexer).  Synchronous Sequential Logic: (Introduction, Sequential Circuits, Storage Elements, Latches RS Flip-Flops, JK Flip-Flops, D Flip-Flops, T Flip-Flops, Analysis of Clocked Sequential Circuits).

    Registers and Counters: (Registers, Shift registers, ASynchronous (Ripple) Counters, Synchronous Counters, Other Counters)  

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    Mathematics – 3 (2-2-0-3):Laplace Transforms: Laplace transforms  of  standard functions, inverse Transforms, convolutes, solution of differential equations, laplace transform of periodic functions. Partial Differential Equations: formation, solution of linear equation of    first Order, homogeneous linear equations with constant coefficients, solution of Lablace equation. Probability: Basic concepts of probability theory, random variables, and Discrete and continuous distribution. Bays s theorem, moments and moments generating functions, joint probability distribution  and correlation. 

     

    Computer programming C- language (2-0-2-3):Introduction to C programming language,  Structure of program;  include section, define section, main function, print statement, scan statement, cout statement, cin statement, variables declaration, variable types, simple arithmetic

    Expressions, simple logic Expressions, if statement. More logical Expression and the operators &&, ||and!, Nested IF statement, Formatting numbers in program outputs. Repetition in programs: for loop, while do loop, do while loop, nested control structure. Arrays, Declaring

    and Referencing Arrays, Using character arrays as string. Sub programs in C: function

     Declaration, Function Implementation                                                                        

     

     Electronic Devices (2-1-2-3):

    Introduction to physics of semiconductors; Bipolar Devices: pn junction theory, p-n junction Introduction to physics of semiconductors. Bipolar Devices. PN junction theory. PN junction diode. Bipolar junction transistor. Unipolar Devices. Junction field effect transistor.(JFET). Metal insulator semiconductor.(MIS).Diode charge coupled devices(CDD). Metal oxide semiconductor FET(MOSFET). Photonic devices light emitting diode.(LED). Semiconductor  lasers and photo-detectors.                                                                

     Electronic Circuits (2-1-2-3):

    This course is designed to provide students with fundamental concepts of Electronic Circuits . It includes Diode circuits, transistor biasing and thermal stabilization , Transistor equivalent circuit and models , small signal bipolar (BJT) and Field Effect (FET) amplifiers,. Single-stage and multi-stage amplifiers. Feedback amplifiers. Frequency response of amplifiers. Power amplifiers. Oscillators. Tuned amplifiers. Application of simulation tools (PSPICE or  Multisim) to understand the circuit characteristics.

     

    Circuit Theory – 2 (3-1-2-4):Alternating Voltage and Current Circuits:  Waveforms: magnitude, cycle, period, frequency, and wavelength values; the importance of the sine wave; Sine wave values; Phases and Phasors: phasor diagram, polar and rectangular presentation, phasor arithmetic, impedance and admittance;  Single Phase R, L, and C AC circuits; Series RC, RL circuits; Parallel RC, RL circuits; RLC Series circuits;  RLC Parallel circuits; RLC Series Parallel circuits; RLC circuits conversion; Resonant Circuits: Series RLC resonant circuits, Parallel RLC resonant circuits, Applications of resonance; Filters (RC Low, High and Pass Band Filters); Fourier Series; Coupled Circuits: Two-port network parameters, with h, y, and z parameters;  Applications:The transformer ,transistor as a two-port network; characterization of multi-port networks, Synthesis of one/ two port network. 

     

    Mathematics - 4 (2-2-0-3):Complex variables: Functions of complex variables,

    Differentiation, Analytical functions, Harmonic functions, Complex integration, Cauchy Theorem, Cauchy s integral formula, Taylor s series, Laurent s theorem,  theorem, contour integration of real functions. Fourier series Fourier expansions  of  various functions in given intervals, Euler s formula,  odd  and  even  functions,  Half range series, typical Waveforms, and  harmonic analysis. Vector Calculus: vector differentiation, scalar and vector point functions, Del applied to point functions, gradient, divergence and curl, vector Integration, Green s theorem in a plan, Stokcs  s theorem and divergence Theorem, orthogonal curvilinear coordinates, spherical and cylindrical polar coordinates. Special  Functions: Gamma  and  Beta  functions,  solution  of  differential Equations in series, solution of Bessel s function, recurrence formula for Jn(x), solution of Legendary s equation. Statistics: Functions of  random  variables, calculus of  probability, regression Analyses. Random     sampling, random  numbers, estimation of parameters, confidence intervals. 

     

     

     

    Data Structures and Algorithms (2-1-2-3):Structured programming concept and methodology- modular programs, information hiding. Data abstraction; sets, stacks, queues.

    Pointers, linked list, tree Manipulation. Typed / untyped field manipulations. Sorting and  searching. Recursivity.

    Electrical Machines (2-1-2-3):This course covers three main topics (Transformers, Generators and Motors): The Transformers (Types, construction, operation, equivalent circuit, efficiency, voltage regulation and three phase transformers), DC machines(Construction, performance, equivalent circuit, Generators and  motors characteristics, starting, speed control), Induction machines(Construction, 3-phase motors, types, operation, equivalent circuit, starting, speed control), Synchronous machines(Construction, generator performance, motor characteristics,

     starting), Small machines (Single phase motors, control motors, tacho-generators).

     

    Signals and Systems (3-1-0-3) 

    The course presents and integrates the basic concepts for both continuous-time and discrete-time signals and systems. It is an introduction to analog and digital signal processing, control systems and communication systems and digital image processing. Some knowledge in fundamental calculus and use of complex numbers is a pre-requisite for this course. Signal and system representations are developed for both time and frequency domains. It covers linear time-invariant systems: system properties, impulse response, input-output difference and differential equations, convolution sum and the convolution integral representation. These representations are related through the Laplace Transform, Fourier series and Fourier transform with their properties. The course includes an introduction to MATLAB as a tool for signal analysis and system modeling.

    course includes 

    Digital Electronics (2-1-2-3):

    This course will introduce how the implementation, analysis, and design build of logic gates including DL, RTL, DTL, CMOS, TTL, ECL with MOSFETs and BJTs.

    This course will cover various IC. logic  families, including diode logic (DL), resistor-transistor logic (RTL),diode-transistor logic (DTL), diode transistor-transistor logic (TTL), emitter-coupled logic (ECL), NMOS, PMOS, and CMOS logic. In addition, various other circuits used in digital world will be covered. These include analog to digital and digital to analog converters, Schmitttriggers, Semiconductor memories and Sample and Hold circuit.

    Microprocessors (3-1-2-4):

    Introduction to Microprocessor and Computer. History of Intel Microprocessors. Internal architecture of 8088/86 Microprocessors. Addressing modes. Data movement instructions. Arithmetic & Logic instructions. Program control instructions. Programming microprocessor. Machine Encoding. 8088/86 hardware specifications and bus timing. Memory Interface. Basic input/output interface. Interfacing with display and printer. Interrupts. Bus interface.

     

    Control Systems (3-1-2-4):

    This course covers theclassification and basic Concepts of Control Systems, Laplacetransformation Mathematical models of systems, Transfer functions, Block diagrams and signal flow graph, Time domain responses analysis, steady state errors and error constants, Stability analysis (Routh-Hurwitz   criterion, Root Locus Technique), PID Controller, Frequency domain response analysis,Stability in Frequency Domain,Design of Control Systems,State variable techniques. Solution of control problems of control engineering using MATLAB.

     

    Electromagnetic Field (EMF)Theory (3-1-0-3):

    Review of vector analysis, electromagnetic fields: Coulombs law, electric field and flux density, Gauss's law, electric potential, conductors and semi conductors, dielectric and capacitance, polarization, magnetic field and flux density, BiotSavart law, Amperes law,

    magnetic potential. Maxwell's equations, and magnetization vectors                                                  Electromagnetic (EM) Waves (3-1-0-3):

    Electromagnetic Theory. Plan waves, Maxwell’s equations, boundary conditions, Pointing theorem,Waveequation, Plane waves. Transmission lines: Distributed circuit arameters, HF transmission lines transmission, parallel plates, reflections, standing waves. T.L.

    measurements. Wave guides: EM, TMand TE waveguides- TE and TM modes,. Cavity

    resonators. Impedance Transformation and Matching. Smith Chart                                         

                                                                                                     

     Electronic Instrumentations (2-1-2-3):

    Introduction ,review of electrical measurement units., Instrumentation system generalities . Instrumentation set up ,statistical analysis , and probability of errors. Electronic measuring instruments. Electronic voltmeters and multi meters. CRO. Construction and measurement (Time, Frequency, Phase, angle). Transducers ,classification selecting criteria application, construction and use of significant transducers. Digital instrument , Counters and timers .

     DVMS and DMMS. Instrumentation amplifiers.

    Communication Systems – 1  (2-1-2-3):Introduction on Communication Systems, Signal and linear system review and introduction to new topics including generalized, Hilbert Transform, Autocorrelation, Energy Spectral Density, Filters (LPF, HPF, and BPF) Fourier series and Fourier Transform, Basic modulation techniques: Amplitude Modulation (AM), Spectrum of AM, Envelope Detection, Power Efficiency, Modulation Index, Double sideband-Suppressed Carrier (DSB-SC), Modulation, Demodulation, Transceiver and Receivers, Balanced modulator, Single Sideband Modulation (SSB), Complex Pre-envelope/ Envelope,

    Demodulation of SSB, Vestigial Sideband Modulation (VSB), Modulators, demodulators,

    Super heterodyne receiver, concepts of mixing. Coherent and non-coherent detection, Analog Modulation, Frequency modulation (FM), Phase modulation (PM), Pulse position modulation (PPM), Spectral analysis, bandwidth, generation, detection, discriminators, phase-locked-loop (PLL), Spectrum of Sampled Signal, Aliasing, Nyquist Criterion, Signal Reconstruction from Sampled Signal, Introduction to Sampling, quantization, analog to digital conversion Pulse Amplitude Modulation (PAM), Pulse code modulation (PCM),  Noise representation, analog modulation schemes in the presence of noise.

     

    Computer Architecture (2-0-2-3): 

    Introduction, Computer types, Computer internal structure and organization, Combinational and Sequential Logic, Programmable Logic Devices: PAL, PLA, CPLD, FPGA. Memory Interfacing: EPROM/Flash interface, DRAM interfaces, PC memory organization, USB Flash memory. I/O Interfacing: input ports design, output ports design, Programmable 510/8255 PIO. Applications: ISA Bus Card design, PCI Bus Card design, USB Keyboard Interface.

     

     

     

    Integrated Electronics (2-1-2-3):

    Introduction. Linear Op. Amp. Analog Systems: ideal Op Amp, inverting Op Amp, noninverting Op Amp, differential,  integrator,   summer, subtract or, comparator Amp Applications: Summer, Subtractor, Comparator, Sine Wave Oscillators,  Active Fillers, Nonlinear Analog Systems. Timers, PLL, Voltage regulators. Digital System Design (2-1-2-3):

    Review of combinational and sequential logic, Introduction to Digital Systems Design,

    Combinational Circuit Design, Design of ADDER Circuits, Design of Subtractor Circuits,

    Design of Complex Combinational Circuits, Synchronous Sequential Circuit Design,  Design of sequential Modules Design of sequential Modules,  Design of Counters and Registers, Finite State Machine Design and Optimization,  Design of Programmable Logic: Introduction to Programmable Circuits Design of Read-Only Memory (ROM),

    Programmable Logic Arrays (PLA), Programmable Array Logic (PAL) and GAL,  Design of Arithmetic Circuits, Design of Memory Circuits, Algorithmic State Machines Chart,  Design of simple CPU

    Engineering Economic (2-0-0-2):Production & Operation Management: Decisions in P & O

    Management, Quantitative Method in P. O. M.;    Linear Programming Models: Graphical &

     Algebra Method, Simplex Method / M-Technique, Duality / Post optimality

    Analysis. Transportation & Assignment Problems: North-West Corner Method, Least-Cost

    Method, Stepping-Store Method, Vogel-Approximation, Assignment Model.; CPM & PERT

    Networks: CPM Networks Activity Times Table, Minimization Network by Cost-Time

    Relation, Minimization Network by Linear-Programming Model, The Project Probability (in  expected time).

    Communication Systems  - 2 (2-1-2-3):

    Radio spectrum; Radio rules and regulations; Detailed description of at least three out of the following systems: Radio broadcasting Systems. TV and Video Systems. Radar Systems. Microwave Links, Telephony, Telegraphy and Telex systems. SatelliteCommunicationSystems. Optical Communication Systems. Aircraft and Ship navigational systems. 

    Digital Signal Processing (3-1-0-3):

    This course provides an introduction to digital signal processing. The course content includes the concept and the classification of discrete-time signal, representations of signals in time, frequency, z- and discrete frequency domains, representations and analyses of systems, and filter designs.

     Opto-Electronics (2-0-2-3):

    Basic parameters of optical radiation. Luminescence of semiconductors, light Emitting diodes, parameters and characteristics. Photo detectors parameters and characteristics, photodiodes. Current amplifying photo detectors, photo resistors. Physical process in Lasers, Laser structure, semiconductor Laser types, Laser modulators, Holographic data systems. PN junction silicon solar cells, thin films solar cells. Introduction to optical fiber wave guides.     Telecommunication Transmission & Switching (3-1-0-3):

    Elements of teletraffic – M/M/I, M/M/S queues, Erlang’s formulas, generic switch and Engest formula; Space-division switching; Time-division network; Analog TDM switching, digital TDM switching, multistage switching networks; Hybrid time and space 

    switching networks; Examples of switch architecture; Telephone call processing; Telephone services-PABX; Common channel signaling; ISDN; Transmission in subscribers loop; Trunk transmission; Satellite switching and multiple access.     

    Mini project (1) (0-0-3-1):To train students in carrying out electronic circuit and systems  design and development exercises under the supervision of a faculty member in the department.

     

     

     

    Antennas (2-0-2-3):Radiation and Antenna Fundamentals. Linear Antennas, Current distribution, Short dipoles And Monopoles/2 dipoles, radiation resistance and gain, longer dipoles, folded dipoles. Antenna Arrays. Aperture Antennas. Special types of antennas. Traveling wave antennas, loop antennas. Frequency independent antennas, helical Antennas, corner reflector, lenses. Space Wave Propagation. Ground Wave Propagation. Tropospheric

     waves. Ionosphericwaves

    Digital Communication (2-0-2-3): This course provides a comprehensive coverage of a wide variety of digital modulation scheme and spread spectrum technique..It covers a review of probability and random processes; Sampling theorems; Quantization; compounding, line coding , digital modulation methods (ASK, FSK, PSK, BPSK, MPSK, GMSK, QPSK, M-array modulation schemes), noise analysis and errorprobability, digital matched filters, interference and jamming, effects of sampling errors, modern digital modulation methods, chirp

     modulation, and spread spectrum  Microwave Communication (2-0-2-3):

    Line-of sight microwave system; path loss calculations; Microwave transmitters and receivers; Repeater stations; Diversity reception; Microwave tubes: Klystron, Magnetron and traveling wave tubes. Introduction to microwave solid state devices. Wave guide circuits and techniques. Introduction to radar systems; Radar equation; CW; Monopulse radar.

     

     Optical Communications (2-1-2-3):

    Introduction to optical communication; Review of optical source, fibers and detectors; Optical signaling schemes – IM, PL, PCCM/PL digital PPM, PFM, PRM; Various receiver configurations; Noise source; Integrated and transimpedance amplifier; optical line coding; performance evaluation of optical receivers for various modulation and demodulation schemes.   

     Electronic Communication Circuits (2-1-2-3):

    Behavior of Transistorsat high frequencies. Analysis and design of electronic circuits employed in electronic and communication systems: Practical tuned circuits; Tuned Band Passamplifiers; large signal (power) amplifiers; Sinusoidal & Relaxation Oscillators; Up & Down Mixers; AM & FM Modulator and Demodulator circuits; Phase locked loop (PLL); FM Detector using PLL; Digital Frequency Synthesizer (DDS); Pulse Modulation Circuits;ASK, FSK, PSK Circuits: Superhetrodyne Receivers; Carrier recovery circuits; Matched filters; Cross-correlators, Audio power amplifiers.

     Mini project – 2  (0-0-3-1):

    To train students in carrying out design and development projects in the area of   communications under the supervision of a faculty member in the department.

     Computer Networks (3-1-0-3):

    This course gives an introduction to computer networks and protocols. The course provides fundamentals about network topologies, network hardware, network operating system, physical networks classification and the beginning of the internet. It explains packet switching concept and issues in computer networking. The course includes layered approach and protocol standards, OSI and TCP/IP reference models. It provides examples of physical layer and then the data link layer protocols such as flow and error control. It also covers network layer internet addressing and routing protocols. This course discusses the process-to-process transport layer protocols such as UDP and TCP. The course introduces the email, http and the WWW of the application layer in addition to network security. 

    Information Theory and Coding (3-1-0-3):

    This course is an elective course and it explores the fundamental limits of the representation and transmission of information. The course will include discrete information systems, entropy, optimum coding, channel coding theorem, channel capacity, error control coding techniques: linear block code, cyclic code and convolutional block code

     

     

    Project part – I (0-0-3-1):

    Project work starts in the 9th semester and may include theoretical investigation or systems design and development activity of hardware and/or software nature. Approximately a fourth of the total work involved is to be done. The work done will be examined and grade awarded at the end of the semester.

    Satellite Communication systems (3-1-0-3):

    This course provides an in-depth understanding of different concepts used in a satellite communication system. It will explain the tools necessary for the calculation of basic  parameters in a satellite communication system.

    This course covers the most relevant aspects of satellite communications, with emphasis on the most recent applications and developments. The course begins with a review on the background and basic concepts of satellite communications. Next it covers the orbital aspects, with emphasis on the geostationary orbit. Satellite subsystems and launching methods, space and earth segments, different access system towards a satellite and satellite link design. Different

     applications of satellite communication will be discussed at the end.

    Seminar (2-0-0-1):A student is required to carry out investigations specialized topics and deliver a talk at the end of the semester.

    Project part II (0-0-9-3);The project started in the 9th semester is to be completed and at the end of the 10th semester the student is required to submit a project report and the present the work to a committee constituted by the department.

     

    Elective Courses

     

    CONTENTS:

    1. VLSI Circuits,
    2. Industrial Electronics,
    3. Microwave Electronic Devices,
    4. CAD of Digital Systems,
    5. Neural Networks,
    6. Biomedical Instrumentations,
    7. PLC Applications,
    8. Selected Topics in Electronics.
    9. Mobile Communication,
    10. Digital Image Processing,
    11. Radar System, 
    12. TV Communication Systems,
    13. Selected Topics In Communications.

     

    VLSI Circuits (3-1-0-3): Evolution of VLSI, Designed system concepts, Evolution of integrated circuits design approaches, physical design tools, Review of solid state device concepts, device structure, Device modeling and circuit simulation, MOS circuit design, test methodologies for VLSI, VLSI process development. 

    Industrial Electronics (3-1-0-3):Power electronic components- Thyristors, Triacs, GTOs, MOSSFET and bipolar devices and their switching properties, Introduction to thyristorised phase controlled rectifiers and dual converter, A.C. controllers and timers, dimmers, heating, switched mode power supply and UPS systems, Introduction to A.C. controllers, inverters, choppers and cycloconverters.

     

     

     

    CAD of Digital Systems (3-1-0-3);

    Review of combinational and sequential logic. Structured digital circuits and systems:      PALs,      Logic Gate Arrays,      MOS clocking schemes,      Dynamic MOS storage circuits, Memory organization, ROMs, SRAM, DRAM, PLA based finite- state machines, Data and control path synthesis, systolic arrays.  VLSI Design automation and verification: HDL, Register-Transfer-Level simulation (RTL), logic and switch simulation, Placement and routing, CAD tools.

    Neural Networks(3-1-0-3):

    Biological consideration, perception and cognitive system. Artificial neurons and neural network fundamentals. Neural network models. Learning process. Implementation to signal

     processing, classification and optimization Cellular Communications (3-1-0-3): 

    The aim of the course is to provide the students with the basic concepts of cellular mobile communication technologies. It provides a brief history and evolution different generations of wireless cellular networks 1G, 2G, 3G and 4G mobile systems. It covers also cellular-systems concepts, GSM system architecture, concepts of frequency reuse and channel allocation algorithms and covers handover, interference and system capacity. The course considers multiple access techniques used in cellular communications and improving coverage. Finally the course provides a detailed understanding of wireless channel modeling emphasis on mobile radio wave propagation. Programmable Logic Controllers – PLCs (2-1-2-3):

    Introduction to Microprocessors & Microcontrollers, Microcontroller building blocks ( CPU,

    RAM, ROM, Timer/Counters, Ports,…..), Architecture of 8051   Microcontrollers, Memory organization of the 8051, the 8051 instruction set and addressing modes, the 8051 Assembly programming, MCS51 applications, LED Flashes, Clock, LCD drive, Light sensor,

    Temperature sensor, Step motor driver, 7-Segment display driver & Keypad driver

      PLC architecture, Seimens S7,   PLC operation and scan cycle,

       PLC memory organization,   PLC programming,

      LAD & STL languages,   Connecting PLC with PC,

      Step 7 Compiler,   Program editing,   Compiling and downloading,

     

    Applications:   PLC-Lab.

                         Temperature control with PLCs

                          Tank liquid level control with PLCs

                          Motor speed control with PLCs                       Others.

    Selected Topics in electronics (3-1-0-3):

    Under this course topics of current interest will be covered.

    TV Communication Systems (2-1-2-3):

    Introduction, Television fundamentals, Elements of colour, Composite colour signal, Colour TV systems, Colour picture tube, Colour TV receivers, Digitizing the TV picture, Video encoding, Audio encoding, Channel encoding, Satellite DTV.

    Radar Communication Systems (3-1-0-3):

    Introduction to Radar System, Radar performance factors, Basic Pulsed Radar System, Antennas and scanning, Display Methods, Pulsed Radar systems, Moving Target Indication, Radar Beacons, CW Doppler Radar, Frequency Modulated CW Radar, Phase Array Radars, Other Radar Systems.

    Selected Topics in Communications (3-1-0-3):

    Under this course topics of current interest will be covered.

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     Engineering Electromagnetic

     William H Hayt and Jr John A Buck

     2008

     Company Ltd, New Delhi.

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     Principles of Electromagnetic

     Sadiku MH

     2008

     Oxford University Press Inc, New Delhi.

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     Field and Wave Electromagnetic

     David K Cheng

     2004

     Pearson Education Inc, Delhi,

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     Electromagnetic with Applications

     John D Kraus and Daniel A Fleisch,

     2005

     Mc Graw Hill Book Co.

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     Fundamentals of Electromagnetic

     Karl E Longman and Sava V Savov,

     2006

     Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi.

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     Electromagnetism

     AshutoshPramanic

     

     2006

     Prentice Hall of India , New Delhi.

     

     

     

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     Electronic Devices and Circuits

     J.Millman, C.C.Halkias, and SatyabrathaJit

     2007-2nd Ed.

     Tata McGraw  Hill

     2

     Electronic Devices

     Thomas L.Floyd

     2012 ninth  Edition

     Prentice Hall.

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     Principles of Electronics

     Stanley G. Burns and Paul R. Bond

     2006

     Circuits , Galgotia

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     Electronic Devices and Applications

     Somanathan Nair B

     2006

     PHI.

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     Electron Devices and Circuits

     Jacob Millman, Christos C Halkias

     2010

     Tata McGraw Hill

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    Fundamentals of Electronic Devices  and Circuits

     David A Bell

     2009

     David A Bell

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    Principles of Electronic Devices and  Circuits

     Theraja.B.L, Sedha

     2004

     Chand. S

     

     

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     Electrical Measurements and Instrumentation

     A.k. Sawhney

     2005

     DhanpathRai & NewDelhi

     2

     Electronic Instrumentation and Measurements

     D. A. Bell

     2003

     Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi

     3

    A course in electrical and electronic  measurements and instrumentation

     A.K. Sawhney

     20047thed.

     Dhanpat RAI

     4

    Measurement Systems: Application and  Design.

     E. O. Doebelin

     1990

     McGraw-Hill, New York.

     

     5

    Electrical And Electronics Measuring  Instruments

     U.A.Bakshi, A.V.Bakshi

     2009

     Technical Publications

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    Modern Electronic Instrumentation andMeasurement Techniques

     

    A.D. Helfrick and W. D.  Cooper

     1992

     Pearson Education, Delhi

     7

    Modern Electronic Instrumentation and Measurement Techniques

     Copper. W.D and Hlefrick..

     20025rdEd.

     Prentice Hall of India

     

     

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    Principles of Electronic Materials and Devices

    S.O. Kasap

    2002

    New Delhi,

     2

    Electronic Properties of materials

    Rolf E. Hummel

    1994

    New Delhi.

     3 

    Materials Science & Engineering 

    Raghavan.V. 

    5 th edition

    Prentice Hall of India,

     

     4

    Material Science & Metallurgy

    Khanna. O. P.

    2006

    New Delhi

     5

    Electrical Engineering Materials

    Dekkar A.J.

    1992

    Prentice Hall of India

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    Electronic components and materials

    Joshi M.A.

    2003

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    Electric Machinery Fundamentals

    S.J. Chapman

    5th Edition. 2011

    McGraw-Hill

     2

    Electric Machinery

    A. E. Fitzgerald, Charless Kingsley

     

    McGraw Hill

     3

    An Introduction to Electrical Machines  and Transformers

    George McPherson & Robert D. Lueamore

    1990

    John Wiley & Sons

     4

    Electric Machinery and Transformers

    Bhag S. Guru and Huseyin R

    3rdedition.

    Oxford University Press

     5

    Electrical Machinery and Transformers

    B.S. Guru and H.R. Hiziroglu

    5rd edition 2006

    Oxford University Press

     

     

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    Modern Control Engineering

    K. Ogata

    2010

    Prentice Hall of India

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    Control System Engineering

    Norman S. Nise

    2010

    John Wiley & Sons

     3

    Modern Control Systems

    Richard C. Dorf

    12th Edition

    Prentice

     4

    Automatic Control System

    Syed HasanSaeed

    2000

     

     5

    Automatic Control systems

    U.A. Bakshi& M. V .Bakshi

     

     

     

     

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    Electronic Devices

    Thomas L. Floyd

    9thE , 2012.

    Prentice Hall

     2

    Digital Electronics: Principles, Devices and Applications

    Anil K. Maini

    2007

    John Wiley &Sons,Ltd

     3

    Microelectronic Circuit Design

    R.C. Yaeger

     

     1997

    McGraw-Hill, New York,

    NY

     4

    Digital Electronics Circuits

    G. M. Glasford

    1988

    Prentice-Hall International

     5

    Digital design

    M.M Mano and M. D Ciletti

    5th Edition

    Prentice Hall

     

     

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    Satellite Communications Systems Engineering

    Louis J. Ippolito, Jr

    2008

    John Wiley & Sons.

     

     2

    Satellite Communications

    Dennis Roddy

    4th Edition

    Graw-Hill Companies, Inc

     3

    Satellite Communication Engineering

    Michael O. Kolawole

     2002

    arcel Dekker, Inc

     4

    Handbook on Satellite Communications

    Robert W. Jones

    3rd Ed

    John Wiley.

     5

    The Satellite Communication Applications

    Bruce R. Elbert

    1997 

    Artech House Bostan London

     

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    Digital Fundamentals

    Thomas L. Floyd,

    Tenth Edition 2010

     

     2

    Fundamentals of  Digital Logic And Microcomputer Design

    M. Rafiquzzaman,

    5th Edition, 2005

    Wiley-Interscience 

     

     3

    Digital Design

    M. Morirs Mano 

    2005

    Prentice-Hall of India 

     4

    Principles & Applications

    Malvino

    1998

     

     

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    Fundamentals Of Digital Logic And Microcomputer Design

    M. Rafiquzzaman

    5th Edition, 2005

    Wiley-Interscience

     2

    Digital Fundamentals Tenth Edition

    Thomas L. Floyd

    Tenth Edition 2010

     

     3

    Digital Design

    M. Morirs Mano, 

    Fourth Edition

    Michael D. CilettiUniversity of Colorado

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    Modern Electronic Communication

    Gary M. Miller

    9th edition

     

     2

    Principles of Electronic Communication Systems 

    Louis Frenzel

    4th Edition

     

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    Electronic devices & circuit theory 

    Roblet L. Polyester& Louis Nashelsky  

    9th  edition 

     

     2

    Electronic Devices  

    Thomas L. Floyd 

    9th  edition

     

     3

    Fundamental of Electronic devices& circuits

    David A. Bell        

    9002

     

     4

    Electronic devices& circuits

    Jacb Millman, Charistos C. Hakkias,Satya Brata Jit

    2010

     

     

     

     

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    Digital Signal processing principles, Algorithms & applications

    Johon G.Proakis &Dimtris C. Manolakis

    4th edition 

     

     2

    Digital signal processing –A computer based approach

    Sanjit Mitra

    2011

     

     3

    Digital signal processing 

    Haves M, H.         

    9002

     

     4

     

     

     

     

     

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    Information theory, coding & cryptography

    Ranjan Bose 

    2th  2008

     

     2

    Digital communications 

    John G. Proakis &Masoud Saleln

    5th  EDITION

     

     3

    Information theory & Reliable communication 

    Robert G. Gallayer  

    9002

     

     4

    Principle of communication system 

    Taub &Schilling 

     

     

     

     

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    Digital comm.. fundamentals & applications

    Bernard Sklar 

    2th   EDITION

     

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    Digital communication 

    John Proakis

    5th   EDITION

     

     3

    Communication systems 

    Siman Haykin

    4th   EDITION

     

     4

    Principles of communication systems 

    Taub & Schilling 

    2th   EDITION

     

     

     

    SUPJECT: ANTENNAS

     

     NO

     TITLE

     AUTHOR

     EDITION

     PUBLISHER

     1

     

    Antennas and Propagations for wireless communication Systems        

    Simon R. Saunders, Alejandro AragonZavala

     

     

     2

     

    Antenna Theory analysis and

    design           

    Constantine A. Balanis  

    2ed Edition

    1982,1997

     

     3

     

    Antenna Theory analysis and

    design           

    Constantine A. Balanis  

     3 ed Edition  2005

     

     

    SUPJECT: OPTOELECTRONICS

     

     NO

     TITLE

     AUTHOR

     EDITION

     PUBLISHER

     1

     Optoelectronics an Introduction

     J. Wilson, J.F.B. Hawkes

     2nd Edition 1999

     

     1996

     2

    Elements of Optoelectronics &  Fiber Optics

     Chin-Lin Chen

     

     

     

     SUPJECT: EM-Waves

                                                                       

     NO

     TITLE

     AUTHOR

     EDITION

     PUBLISHER

     1

     Elements of Electromagnetics

     Matthew N. O. Sadiku

     2001.

    Oxford University Press, New  York

     2

     Field and Wave Electromagnetic

     David K. Cheng

     1989.

    Addison-Wesley Pub. Co.,  New York

     3

     Electromagnetics

     John D. Kraus

     4th Ed.

     McGraw- Hill, 1992.

     

     

     SUPJECT: MICROWAVES COMMUNICATION

     

     NO

     TITLE

     AUTHOR

     EDITION

     PUBLISHER

     1

     Microwave Engineering

     David M. Pozar

     third Ed

     John Wiley, 2005

     2

     Microwave and Radar Engineering

     R. Gowri

     2005.

     S.K. Kataria and sons

     3

     Microwave and RF Engineering

     R. Sorrentino, G. Bianchi

     

     John Wiley 2010.

     

     SUPJECT: CIRCUIT THEORY 1&2

     

     NO

     TITLE

     AUTHOR

     EDITION

     PUBLISHER

     1

     Principles of electric circuits

     Thamas L. floyd

    8th   EDITION

     

     Prentice Hall

     2

     Fundamentals of electric circuits 

    Charles K. Alextander & Matthew N.  O.Sadiku

     6th   EDITION

     Graw-Hill Companies, Inc

     

     

     SUPJECT: Communication system  II

     

     NO

     TITLE

     AUTHOR

     EDITION

     PUBLISHER

     1

     Data communications & networking

     Bahrouz A. Forouzan

    4th   EDITION

     

     Mc Graw Hill

     2

    Principles of Electronic  communication systems

     Lous E. Frenzel Jr.

     4th   EDITION

     Mc Graw Hill

     3

     communication systems

     Simon Haykin

     5th   EDITION

     Mc Graw Hill

     

     SUPJECT: optical fiber Communication

     

     

     NO

     TITLE

     AUTHOR

     EDITION

     PUBLISHER

     1

     Optical fiber communications

     Keiser

    4th   EDITION

     

     

     2

    Optical fiber communications  principles and practice

     John M. Senior

     3th   EDITION

     Prentice-Hall

     3

     fiber Optic communication systems

     Gontnd P.Ngrawal

     3th   EDITION 

    Wiley-Interscience

     

     

     SUPJECT: Integrated Circuits

     

     NO

     TITLE

     AUTHOR

     EDITION

     PUBLISHER

     1

     CMOS Electronics

     Jaume Segura

     

     Wiley-Interscience

     2

     CMOS  VLSI Design

     Neil H. E. Weste

     4th   EDITION

     Prentice Hall

     3

    Modern VLSI Design: System-on Chip Design

     Wayne Wolf

     Third Edition

     Prentice Hall

     

     SUPJECT: communication circuits

     

     NO

     TITLE

     AUTHOR

     EDITION

     PUBLISHER

     1

     Electronics principles & application

     Schuler

    4th   EDITION

     

     Prentice-Hall

     2

     RF Microelectronics

     Behzad Razavi

     4th   EDITION

     Prentice-Hall

     3

    Analysis and design of analog  ingrated circuits

     Baul R. Gray &  Baul H. hurst

     4th   EDITION

     John Wiley & Sons

     

     

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