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    ANNA UNIVERSITY :: CHENNAI 600 025

    DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF TECHNOLOGY

    (8 SEMESTER PROGRAMME)

    BRANCH: B.TECH. INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

    CURRICULUM

    I SEMESTER

    (Applicable for candidates to be admitted in 2003 2004)

    Theory

    Code No. Course Title L T P M CM125 Chemistry I 3 0 0 100 GE131 Engineering Mechanics 3 1 0 100 L1 Language Elective I 3 1 0 100 MA131 Mathematics I 3 1 0 100 PH125 Physics I 3 0 0 100

    Practical

    Code No. Course Title L T P M GE132 Computer Practice I 1 0 3 100 GE133 Workshop Practice 0 0 4 100 PH126 Physics Laboratory 0 0 2 100 CM126 Chemistry Laboratory 0 0 2 100

    II SEMESTER

    (Applicable for candidates to be admitted in 2003 2004)

    Theory

    Code No. Course Title L T P M MA039 Probability and Statistics 3 1 0 100 IF141 Electronic Devices and Circuits 3 1 0 100 IF142 Program Design and Development 3 0 0 100 IF143 Introduction to IT 3 0 0 100 IF144 Object Oriented Programming 3 0 0 100 L2 Language Elective II 3 1 0 100 PH136 Semiconductor Physics and Opto 3 0 0 100

    Electronics

    CM132 Chemistry II 3 0 0 100

    Practical

    Code No. Course Title L T P M IF145 C++ and Java Lab 0 0 3 100 IF146 Electronic Devices and Circuits Lab 0 0 3 100

1. The Revised Syllabi for MA131, MA132 should be followed.

     ndrdThe following curriculum is applicable to all candidates studying 2 and 3 year in the

    academic year 2003- 2004

    III SEMESTER

    Theory

    Code No. Course Title L T P M MA231 Mathematics III 3 1 0 100 IF242 Digital System Design 3 1 0 100 IF243 Display Systems Engineering 3 0 0 100 IF244 Principles Of Communication 3 1 0 100 IF245 Computer Architecture 3 0 0 100 IF246 Data Structures and Algorithms 3 0 2 100

    Practical

    Code No. Course Title L T P M IF247 System Programming Lab 2 0 2 100 IF248 Digital System Design Lab 0 0 3 100

    IV SEMESTER

    Theory

    Code No. Course Title L T P M IF250 Microprocessor and Micro controller 3 0 2 100

    Applications

    IF251 Telecommunication Switching Techniques 3 0 0 100 IF252 Telecommunication Systems 3 1 0 100 IF253 Operating Systems 3 0 0 100 IF254 Database Management System 3 0 2 100 IF255 Software Engineering 3 1 0 100

    Practical

    Code No. Course Title L T P M IF256 UNIX and RDBMS Lab 0 0 3 100 IF257 Telecommunication Engineering Lab 0 0 3 100

CM 125 CHEMISTRY I

    1. CHEMICAL THERMODYNAMICS 9 Definition of free energy and spontaneity Maxwell relations Gibbs Helmholtz equation

    Van‟t Hoff equations – Stoichiometry and energy balances in chemical reactions.

    2. DYNAMICS OF CHEMICAL PROCESSES 10 Basic concepts Composite reaction (opposing, parallel and consecutive reactions)

    Collision theory Thermodynamic formulations of reaction rates Unimolecular reactions

    Chain reactions (stationary and non-stationary) Enzyme kinetics Michaelis Menten

    equation.

3. ELECTRODICS 8

    Types of electrodes and cells Nernst equation Emf measurement and its applications

    Principles of chemical and electrochemical corrosion Corrosion control (sacrificial anode and impressed current methods)

4. WATER 8

    Water quality parameters Definition and expression Estimation of hardness (EDTA method) and alkalinity (titrimetry) Water softening (zeolite) Demineralisation (ion-exchangers) and desalination (RO) Domestic water treatment.

5. POLYMERS 10

    Monomer Functionality Degree of polymerisation Classification based on source and applications Addition, condensation and copolymerisation Mechanism of free-radical polymerisation Thermoplastics and thermosetting plastics and processing of plastics

    Injection moulding, blow moulding and extrusion processes.

    L = 45, TOTAL : 45

    TEXT BOOK

    1. Atkins P.W.,Physical Chemistry, ELBS, IV Ed., London, 1998.

    REFERENCES

    1. Balasubramanian M.R., Krishnamurthy S and Murugesan V., Engineering

    Chemistry, Allied Publisher Ltd., Chennai, 1993. 2. Karunanidhi M., Ayyaswamy N., Ramachandran T and Venkatraman H., Applied

    Chemistry, Anuradha Agencies, Kumbakonam, 1994. 3. Sadasivam V., Modern Engineering Chemistry A simplified approach, Kamakya

    Publications, Chennai, 1999.

    4. Kuriakose J.C. and Rajaram J., Chemistry in Engineering and Technology, Vol. I and

    II, Tata McGraw-Hill Pub. Co. Ltd., New Delhi, 1996. 5. Jain PC and Monica Jain, Engineering Chemistry, Dhanpat Rai Publications Co.,

    (Pvt.) Ltd., New Delhi, 1998.

CM 126 CHEMISTRY LABORATORY

    1. Preparation of standard solutions

    2. Estimation of hardness of water by EDTA method

    3. Estimation of different types and amounts of alkalinity in water indicator method

    4. Determination of dissolved oxygen - Winkler‟s method

    5. Estimation of iron in water - Spectrophotometric method

    6. Estimation of sodium in water - Flame Photometric method

    7. Determination of molecular weight of polymers - Viscometric method

    8. Determination of total dissolved solids in water

    9. Corrosion experiments:

    ; Corrosion rate measurement

    ; Inhibition efficiency

    10. Electrochemistry experiments:

    ; Determination of emf

    ; Single electrode potential

    ; Potentiometric and conductometric titrations

    P = 30, TOTAL : 30

PH125 PHYSICS I

1. PROPERTIES OF MATTER 9

    Elasticity - stress-strain diagram-factors affecting elasticity - Twisting couple on a wire - Shafts - Torsion pendulum - Depression of a cantilever - Young's modulus by cantilever-Uniform and Non Uniform bending - I shape girders-Production and measurement of high vacuum - Rotary pump - Diffusion pump - Pirani Gauge-Penning gauge - Viscosity - Oswald Viscometer - Comparision of viscosities.

2. ACOUSTICS 9

    Acoustics of buildings-Absorption coefficient-Intensity-Loudness-Reverberation time-Sabine's formula - Noise pollution - Noise control in a machine Ultrasonics production -

    Magnetostriction and Piezoelectric methods - Applications of ultrasonics in Engineering and Medicine.

3. HEAT AND THERMODYNAMICS 9

    Thermal conductivity - Forbe's and Lee's Disc methods - Radial flow of heat - Thermal conductivity of rubber and glass - Thermal insulation in buildings - Laws of thermodynamics - Carnot's cycle as heat engine and refrigerator - Carnot's theorem -Ideal Otto and Diesel engines - Concept of entropy - Entropy Temperature diagram of carnot's cycle.

4. OPTICS 9

    Photometry - Lummer Brodhum photometer - Flicker Photometer - Antireflection coating - Air wedge - Testing of flat surfaces - Michelson's Interferometer and its applications - Photoelasticity and its applications Sextant - Metallurgical microscope - Scanning electron microscope.

5. LASER AND FIBRE OPTICS 9

    Principle and lasers - laser characteristics Ruby - NdYAG, He-Ne, CO2 and semiconductor lasers - propagation of light through optical fibers - types of optical fibre - Applications of

    optical fibres as optical waveguides and sensors.

     TOTAL : 45

    TEXT BOOKS

    1. Arumugam.M., " Engineering Physics ", Anuradha Publications, 1998.

    REFERENCES

    1. Resnik R. and Halliday D., " Physics ", Wiley Eastern, 1986. 2. Nelkon M. and Parker.P., " Advanced Level Physics ", Arnald-Heinemann, 1986. 3. Vasudeva A.S., " Modern Engineering Physics ", S. Chand and Co., 1998. 4. Gaur, R.K., and Gupta, S.L., " Engineering Physics ", Dhanpat Rai and Sons, 1988. 5. Mathur, D.S, " Elements of properties of Matter ", S.Chand & Co., 1989.

PH126 Physics Lab

PRACTICALS:

    1. Young's modulus by non uniform bending.

    2. Rigidity modulus and moment of inertia using Torsion Pendulum.

    3. Viscosity of a liquid by Poiseuille's method.

    4. Wavelength determination using grating by Spectrometer.

    5. Particle size determination by Laser.

    6. Thermal conductivity by Lees' disc.

    7. Thickness of wire by Air wedge.

    8. Thermo emf measurement by potentiometer.

    TOTAL NO OF PERIODS : 30

IF141 ELECTRON DEVICES AND CIRCUITS

1. SEMI CONDUCTOR DEVICES 7

    Semiconductor-PN Junction diode BJT-FET-SCR-VI characteristics (qualitative Treatment only)

    2. AMPLIFIERS 12 Transistor biasing self biasing DC and AC analysis of CE, CB and CC amplifiers. Power

    amplifiers-Efficiency. Tuned Amplifiers-Frequency Response.

3. FEED BACK AMPLIFIERS AND OSCILLATORS: 10

    Negative feed back- Types feedback with examples for each type. Effect of feedback on ac characteristic of amplifiers. Positive Feedback oscillators-Analysis of RC Phase shift

    Oscillator and LXC oscillators Hardly and colpitt.

4. MULTIVIBRATORS AND TIMERS 7

    Bistable, Monostable and a stable multivibrators using Transistors-triggering delay and frequency Calculation.555 Timer-Internal Block-Application.

5. OPERATIONAL AMPLIFIER AND APPLICATION 9

    Operational amplifier- Characteristics-Block diagram only application of op-amp-Current to voltage, Voltage to current converters, Arithmetic circuits-Adder, Subtracter, multiplier, differentiator And Integrator. Active Filters - Butter worth and Chebyshev.

    TOTAL = 45

    TEXT BOOKS

    1. Electronic Device Foyal-Fifth Edition Addison Wesley Long man Pt. Ltd Branch

     2001.

    2. David A. Bell Electronic Devices and Circuits Prentice Hall of India.

    REFERENCES

    1. Milman and Halkiad, Integrated Electronic McGraw-Hill publishers 1985. 2. Boyle stad Nashelsky - Electronic devices and Circuit Theory-Prentice hall of India th Pvt. 6 edition.

IF142 PROGRAMMING DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT

1. INTRODUCTION 6

    Program development cycle, flowcharting, advantages and disadvantages of pseudo-code, calculation symbols, design structures in pseudo-code, storage and access of data.

2. MODULARITY 9

    Flags and switches, Priming heads and loop control, page control, headings, footers, parameter records, nested loops, requirements of structured design, goals of structured designs, history of structured design, interactive programs, loop control, editing the input.

3. ARRAYS 10

    Declaring arrays, loading arrays, writing arrays, accessing arrays, parallel arrays, searching arrays, sorting, sort utilities, language sorts, coded sorts, bubble sort, insertion sort, multi-dimensional arrays.

4. CONTROL BREAKS 10

    Logical operators, Nested IF efficiency, CASE structure, Types of edit checks, Error reports, two level breaks, three level breaks.

5. FILE PROCESSING 10

    Merging two files, matching two input files, matches with multiple transaction records, file updates, organising the update possibilities, multiple transaction records, sequential and non-sequential files, extract programs, types of non-sequential access, EOF testing.

    TOTAL : 45

    TEXT BOOK

    1. Elizabeth A. Dickson, “Computer Program Design”, McGraw-Hill, International

    edition, 1997.

    REFERENCES

    1. D.E.Knuth, “The art of computer programming”, Vol. I to III, Addison Wesley,

    Reading Massachusetts, USA, 1968.

    2. Robert L.Kruse, C.L.Tondo and Brence Leung, “Data Structures and Program Design ndin C”, Pearson Education, 2 edition, 2001.

    3. Edsger W. Dijkstra, “A Discipline of Programming”, PHI, 1979.

     IF143 INTRODUCTION TO IT

1. INTRODUCTION: 9

    Information Age; Responses Information system; Infrastructure and Architecture IT

    support for organizations; Types of information systems Managing IT Basic of computer

    hardware and software for IT infrastructure; Data bases; logic Data Models

2. IT FOR TELECOM NETWORKS: 9

    Telecommunication system: Networks: Software; Network processing strategic; Telecom applications; Internet and Intranet; operation and services provided; WWW; Intranets.

3. IT APPLICATIONS: 9

    Information system; GIS EDI and EFT; Extranets; Implementation; Data, Knowledge and decision support; Decision making- and support systems; Data visualization technologies; Knowledge Management- and Discovery and analysis.

4. INTELLIGENT SYSTEMS AND E-COMMERCE: 9

    AI and IS: Expert systems; Intelligent gents; Virtual reality; Ethical and global issues; E-commerce: Business applications: Market research and customer support Infrastructure, payments and other support.

5. INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND SYSTEMS: 9

    Planning and Management: Principles for IS planning: Role of IS and user departments; Resources; IT architecture; Centralized and no centralized; Client/server; End user computing

architecture; Managing IS; Organizational structure; IS vulnerability; protection; Security;

    Network Protection and Firewalls Risk management and cost-Benefit analysis

     TOTAL : 45

    REFERENCES

    1. Introduction to IF, E. Turban et al., John Wiley and sons, IC, 2000. nd2. IT for management: Making connection for strategic Advantage, 2 Edition, E.

    Turban et al., John Wiley and sons, Inc., 2001.

    3. IT, the breaking wave, Dennis, P., Curtin et al., Tata McGraw-Hill, 1999. 4. IS, A management perspective, Steven Alter, 1999.

IF144 OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING

1. OOP PARADIGM 9

    Data abstraction encapsulation class inheritance polymorphism reusability.

2. C++ INTRODUCTION 9

    Classes objects dynamic memory allocation constructor destructor friend functions

     operator overloading.

3. INHERITANCE AND POLYMORPHISM 9

    Derived class and base class derived class constructor modes of inheritance multiple

    inheritance virtual function polymorphism dynamic binding abstract class.

4. JAVA INTRODUCTION 9

    Class objects extending class Java features interfaces packages multithreading.

5. PROGRAMMING 9

    Tokens operators expressions control flow programming with types documentation

    comments I/O package applets creating applets some sample programs.

    TOTAL : 45

    TEXT BOOKS

    1. Bjarne Stroustrup, The C++ Programming Language, Addison Wesley, 2000. 2. Ken Arnold, James Gosling, The JAVA language, II edition, Addison Wesley, 1998. 3. E.Balaguruswamy, Object Oriented Programming with C++, II edition, TMH, 2001.

    REFERENCES

    1. Herbert Schildt, C++ The complete reference, TMH, 1997.

    2. Stanley B. Lippman. Jore Lajoie, C++ Primer, III edition, Addison Wesley, 2000. 3. Barkakati N, Object Oriented Programming in C++, PHI, 1995. 4. Kris Jamsa, Java programming A Complete reference, Galgotia Publication, 1994. 5. Patrick Naughton, Herbert Schildt, Java The complete reference, TMH, 1997.

IF145 C++ AND JAVA LAB

1. C++ PROGRAMS USING THE FOLLOWING CONCEPTS 20

i) Dynamic memory allocation

    ii) Constructor/Destructor

    iii) Friend function

    iv) Operator overloading

    v) Inheritance

    vi) Virtual function and Dynamic binding

    2. STAND ALONE JAVA PROGRAMS 10

    3. CREATING JAVA APPLETS 10

    4. CREATING HTML FILE 5

    TOTAL : 45

IF146 ELECTRONIC DEVICES AND CIRCUITS LAB

1. CE Transistor Characteristics.

    2. UJT Characteristics.

    3. FET Characteristics.

    4. SCR Characteristics.

    5. Power supplies.

    6. Frequency Response of CE, CB, and CC Amplifier with self-bias, fixed bias and

    Collector to Base feedback bias.

     7. Source Follower with gate resistance, Bootstrapped.

     TOTAL : 45

IF242 DIGITAL SYSTEM DESIGN

1. BASIC CONCEPTS AND BOOLEAN ALGEBRA 9

    Number system and conversions. Boolean algebra and Simplification. Minimum and maximum expansion. Sum of Products and product of sums. Minimization of Boolean functions. Karnaugh map Quine Mc Cluskey Method. Prime implications and Essential Prime Implicants.

2. LOGIC GATES AND GATE NETWORKS 9

    Logic gates of different families circuits characteristics and comparisons Tristate gates. Multilevel gates Networks. NAND and OR Implementation Use of alternate gate symbols. Mixed logic and Polarity indication. Multiple output Networks.

3. COMBINATIONAL LOGIC CIRCUITS 9

    Problem formation and design of combinational circuits. Adder / Subtracter, Encoder / Decoder, MUX/DEMUX, Code converters and comparators. Design using standard Ics. Programmable Logic Devices. Rom, PAL, PLA and PGAs. Design Using PLDs.

     4. SEQUENTIAL LOGIC CIRCUITS 9

    Flip-Flops, S-R, J-K, D and T. Triggering. Master Slave Flip flop Synchronous and Asynchronous. Analysis of clocked sequential circuits. State diagram, state table. Design of sequential circuits. Counters, shift registers and sequence generation and detection.

5. SYNCHRONOUS AND AN ASYNCHRONOUS STATE MACHINES 9

    State minimization. State assignment. Incompletely specified state Machines. Fundamental mode and pulse mode sequential circuits. Hazards, Essential Hazards, Design of hazard free Networks. VHDL.

     TOTAL = 45

    TEXT BOOK

    1. Charles H.Roth, Jr., Fundamentals of logic Design, Jaico publishing house, Mumbai

    fourth edition 1992.

     REFERENCES

    1. Morris Mano, Digital logic and computer design, Prentice Hall of India 1979 2. William I Fletcher AN Engineering Approach to Digital Design, Prentice Hall of India. 3. Alan B. Marcovitz, Introduction to Logic design McGraw-Hill 2001

    4. Ronald J.Tocci, Digital systems Principles and applications PHI 1995.

IF243 DISPLAY SYSTEMS ENGINEERING

1. INTRODUCTION TO DISPLAY SYSTEMS: 3

    Character of the display field, processing system, component system, Data organization and display technology, the structure of the information display technology. Display system development : High definition displays, Aural component of visual realism, display systems.

2. PRINCIPLE OF VISION AND APPLICATION OF VISUAL PROPERTIES 12

    Sources of Illumination, Luminance and Colour response of eye, Photometry quantities, Colour representation, Function of Camera, Television system, Video colorimetry, Video system characteristics, Working principle and display application of LED, LD, IR Emitters, Liquid crystal and plasma devices. Alpha numeric displays, Optical fibre displays.

3. MEASURING DISPLAY PARAMETERS: 5

    Visual acuity, contrast, flicker, Visual spectrum, Measurement of colour Displays, Application of Zone pattern signal.

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