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1 KL UNIVERISTY FIRST SEMESTER 2010-11 Course Handout Academic Division Dated: 07-07-2010 Course No. : EC C205 Course Title : Network and Transmission Lines Course Structure : 3-1-0 Course coordinator : Mr D S Ram Kiran Instructors : Ms.K. Nalini, YSV Raman, Ujwaldeep, 1. Course Description: The main objective of an engineering course in Electronics & Communication Engineering is to prove the technical viability of the new technology, together with, as appropriate, its possible economic advantages. Demonstration activities are expected to speed up the adoption of new communication techniques by reducing the techno-economic uncertainties and risks associated with innovation, and to enhance the attractiveness of new technology and its approaches in industries and services. To analyze the ethical, social and legal issues raised by specific applications of electronics and communications in view of their being taken into account in public policy deliberations. 3 rd generation (3G) UMTS (Universal Mobile Telephone Systems) of selected topics will be promoted, particularly as regards: channel capacity and quality improvement, signal processing algorithms developments, co-channel interference strategies etc. To provide application oriented teaching with live demonstrations. To motivate the students in developing instruments and gadgets of social importance and also to design the products for real life problems. To train the students right from 2 nd year to make him directly fit in the industrial and R&D environment. 2. Scope and Objective of the Course: The scope and objective of this course is to learn about Network functions for the one port and two port, and network functions in Unit 1. In unit 2, Properties of symmetrical networks, Filter performance, different types of filters, Filter circuit design is studied. In unit 3 different types of attenuators, different types of Equalizer and their characteristics are studied. In unit IV Network Synthesis, Positive real functions, Reactance functions, RC and RL functions, Two Port functions, Minimum Phase Network, FOSTER and CAUER methods of Synthesis are studied. In unit V Transmision lines, Types of transmission lines, Applications transmission lines, Smith chart and applications, stubs, Double stubs are studied. 3. Books: (i) Textbook: a. John D Ryder, “Networks, Lines And Fields”, 2 nd Edition, Pearson, 2003. b. M. E.Van Valkenburg, “Network Analysis”, 3 rd Edition Pearson Education, 2003
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