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Part – B (Any 5 Experiments) :


  1. Characterization of LED.

  2. Characterization of Laser Diode.

  3. Intensity modulation of Laser output through an optical fiber.

  4. Measurement of Data rate for Digital Optical link.

  5. Measurement of NA.

  6. Measurement of losses for Analog Optical link.

Equipment required for Laboratories:


  1. Regulated Klystron Power Supply, Klystron mount

  2. VSWR Meter

  3. Micro Ammeter

  4. Multi meter

  5. CRO

  6. GUNN Power Supply, Pin Modulator

  7. Crystal Diode detector

  8. Micro wave components (Attenuation)

  9. Frequency Meter

  10. Slotted line carriage

  11. Probe detector

  12. Wave guide shorts

  13. SS Tuner

  14. Directional Coupler

  15. E, H, Magic Tees

  16. Circulators, Isolator

  17. Matched Loads

  18. Pyramidal Horn and Parabolic Antennas

  19. Turntable for Antenna Measurements

  20. HFSS Software

  21. Fiber Optic Analog Trainer based LED

  22. Fiber Optic Analog Trainer based laser

  23. Fiber Optic Digital Trainer

  24. Fiber cables - (Plastic, Glass)






IV Year - I Semester


L T P C

0 0 3 2

DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING LABORATORY



List of the Experiments / programs
To Student has to perform at least FOUR Experiments in each part


PART-1( SIGNALS )





  1. Generation of discrete time signals for discrete signals

  2. To verify the Linear Convolution

    1. Using MATLAB

    2. Using Code Composer Studio(CCS)

  3. To verify the Circular Convolution for discrete signals

    1. Using MATLAB

    2. Using Code Composer Studio(CCS)

  4. To Find the addition of Sinusoidal Signals

  5. To verify Discrete Fourier Transform(DFT) and Inverse Discrete Fourier Transform(IDFT)

    1. Using MATLAB

    2. Using Code Composer Studio(CCS)

  6. Transfer Function Stability Analysis: using pole-zero plot, bode plot, Nyquist plot, z-plane plot.

PART-2 ( FILTERS )


  1. Frequency Response of IIR low pass Butterworth Filter

  2. Frequency Response of IIR high pass Butterworth Filter

  3. Frequency Response of IIR low pass Chebyshev Filter

  4. Frequency Response of IIR high pass Chebyshev Filter

  5. Frequency Response of FIR low pass Filter using Rectangle Window

  6. Frequency Response of FIR low pass Filter using Triangle Window

PART – 3( IMAGE PROCESSING )


  1. An image processing in a false contouring system

  2. To generate the histogram equalization to the image

  3. To verify the Normalized Cross Correlation to the addition of noise and removal of noise using filters to an image.

  4. Compute the edge of an image using spatial filters.

  5. Perform the image motion blur and calculate PSNR to the noise image and also noise free image.

  6. To verify the PSNR to the Second order Decomposition of Discrete Wavelet transforms and to the reconstructed image using inverse Discrete Wavelet transform






IV Year - II Semester


L T P C

4 0 0 3

CELLULAR AND MOBILE COMMUNICATIONS



OBJECTIVES

The student will be introduced to:

  1. Understand the basic cellular concepts like frequency reuse, cell splitting, cell sectoring etc., and various cellular systems.

  2. Understand the different types of interference s influencing cellular and mobile communications.

  3. Understand the frequency management, channel assignment and various propagation effects in cellular environment.

  4. Understand the different types antennas used at cell site and mobile.

  5. Understand the concepts of handoff and types of handoffs.

  6. Understand the architectures of GSM and 3G cellular systems.


UNIT I


CELLULAR MOBILE RADIO SYSTEMS: Introduction to Cellular Mobile System, uniqueness of mobile radio environment, operation of cellular systems, consideration of the components of Cellular system, Hexagonal shaped cells, Analog and Digital Cellular systems.

CELLULAR CONCEPTS: Evolution of Cellular systems, Concept of frequency reuse, frequency reuse ratio, Number of channels in a cellular system, Cellular traffic: trunking and blocking, Grade of Service; Cellular structures: macro, micro, pico and femto cells; Cell splitting, Cell sectoring.

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