Unit 4 : Interfacing I/O Ports to 8085
Interfacing input port and output port to 8085 – Programmable peripheral interface 8255 – flashing LEDs.
Unit 5 : Interrupts
Interrupts in 8085  hardware and software interrupts – RIM, SIM instructions – priorities – simple polled and interrupt controlled data transfer.
Books of Study
1. Microprocessor Architecture programming and application with 8085 / 8080A. by R.S.Gaonkar, Wiley Eastern Ltd.(1992).
2. Fundamental of microprocessor 8085 by V. Vijayendran, S.Viswanathan
Publishers, Chennai(2003).
Fundamentals of Microprocessors and microcomputers by B.Ram  Dhanpat RAI publication.
Reference
1. Introduction to microprocessor by Aditya Mathur  Tata Mc.Graw Hill Publishing Company Ltd.(1987).
2. Microprocessor and digital system by Dougles V. Hall  2nd Edition  McGraw Hill Company(1983).
Web Site
http://www.engj.ulst.ac.uk/sidk/eeellla/lectureseries//microprocessor.
Core Paper – 6
Practical  II
(Practical Examination at the end of Fourth semester)
1. Young's modulus  cantilever  depression  (Static method)(Scale and telescope)
2. Young's modulus  cantilever oscillations  (Dynamic method)
3. Rigidity modulus  Static torsion
4. Compound pendulum  g and k
5. Sonometer  A.C. Frequency  Steel and Brass wires
6. Melde's string  frequency, Relative Density of a solid and liquid
7. Thermal conductivity of a bad conductor  Lee's disc method
8. Spectrometer  μ of a glass prism  id Curve
9. Spectrometer  Grating N and λ  normal incidence method
10. Spectrometer  Grating N and λ  minimum deviation method
11. Air wedge  Thickness of a wire
12. m and B_{H}  deflection mangetometer Tan C position and vibration magnetometer
13. Carey Foster bridge  Temperature coefficient of resistance of a coil
14. Potentiometer  Calibration of low range voltmeter
15. Potentiometer  Ammeter calibration.
16. Figure of merit of galvanometer (Miror Galvanometer Or Table Galvanometer)
17. * C.R.O. Study of wave forms  Lissajou's figures  frequency determination
18. * Study of resistors, Choke, capacitors and transformer
19. * Construction of battery eliminator  various voltages  with filter circuit and IC voltage regulator.
20. * Two transistor Radio receiver
* Not for Examination
Core Paper  13
Practical  III
(Practical Examination at the end of Sixth Semester)
(Any Fifteen Experiments)
1. Young's modulus  Non uniform Bending  Koenig's method.
2. Kundt's Tube – Determination of velocity of sound in solid  Young's modulus.
3. Spectrometer  Small angled prism  Normal incidence and emergence refractive index of the material of prism.
4. Spectrometer  (i  i') curve  refractive index.
5. Spectrometer  Cauchy's constant.
6. Newton's rings  R_{1}, R_{2} and μ of convex lens.
7. Newton's rings  Refractive index of liquid.
8. Field along axis of a circular coil  Deflection magnetometer  B_{H} and M.
9. Field along axis of a circular coil  vibration magnetic needle  B_{H}.
10. Potentiometer  Calibration of high range voltmeter
11. Potentiometer  Temp coeff. of resistance of a thermistor
12. Potentiometer  Emf of a thermo couple.
13. Thermo emf  Mirror galvanometer (or) spot galvanometer
14. B.G  Figure of merit (quantity of charge)
15. B.G  Comparison of EMFs
16. B.G  Comparison of capacitances
17. B.G  Internal resistance of a cell
18. B.G  High Resistance by leakage
19. B.G  Absolute capacitance
20. B.G  Comparison of mutual inductances
21. B.G  Absolute mutual inductance
22. B.G  Self inductance  Anderson method.
Core Paper – 14
Practical  IV
(Practical Examination at the end of Sixth Semester)
(Any Fifteen Experiments)
1. A.C. Circuit – LCR – Series resonance
2. A.C. Circuit – LCR – Parallel resonance
3. Bridge rectifier  Zener regulated power supply  9V characteristics.
4. RC Coupled Single Stage Amplifier  Frequency Response
5. RC Coupled Amplifier with feedback.
6. Emitter follower
7. Transistor  Phase Shift Oscillator
8. Transistor  Wien’s Bridge Oscillator
9. FET characteristics
10. FET amplifier
11. UJT characteristics
12. UJT Relaxation oscillator
13. SCR characteristics
14. Transistor  Astable multivibrator
15. Transistor  Bistable multivibrator
16. NAND / NOR as universal gates.
17. Half Adder – Full adder – ExOR(7486)
18. Half Subtractor – Full subtractor – Ex  OR(7486)
19. 4 bit ripple counter using 7473/7476
20. 4 bit shift register using 7473/7476
21. Decode counter using 7490
Core Paper – 15
Practical  V
(Practical Examination at the end of Sixth Semester)
(Any Fifteen Experiments)
1. Microprocessor – 8085 – 8 bit Addition
2. Microprocessor – 8085 – 8 bit Subtraction
3. Microprocessor – 8085 – 8 bit Multiplication
4. Microprocessor – 8085 – 8 bit Division
5. Microprocessor – 8085 – Addition of N Number of single byte numbers
6. Microprocessor – 8085 – Sorting of given set of numbers in
ascending order
7. Microprocessor – 8085 – Sorting of given set of numbers in
descending order
8. Microprocessor – 8085 – Finding the largest no. in a given set of numbers.
9. Microprocessor– 8085–Finding the smallest no. in a given set of numbers.
10. Op amp 741  Inverting , Non  Inverting amplifier, unity follower.
11. Op amp 741  Summing and difference amplifier
12. Op amp 741 – Differentiator, integrator
13. OP amp 741 – Solving simultaneous equations
14. Op amp 741 – Wein’s Bridge oscillator
15. Op amp 741  Phase Shift oscillator
16. 555  Timer  Schmitt Trigger
17. 555  Timer  Astable operation
18. 555  Timer  Monostable
19. D/A Converter – 4 bit, binary weighted resistor method
Books for the Study & Reference :
1. Practical Physics by D. Chattopadhyay, P.C. Rakshit, New Central Book Agency (p) Ltd. Kolkata(2007).
2. Practical Physics and Electronics by C.C.Ouseph, U.J.Rao and Vijayendran, S.Viswanathan (Printers & Publishers) Pvt., Ltd (2007).
3. Practical Physics by C L Arora, S. Chand & Co., New Delhi (2008)
ALLIED PHYSICS PAPER – I
Unit 1 : Waves and Oscillations
Simple harmonic motion – composition of two simple harmonic motion at right angles (periods in the ratio 1:1) – Lissajou’s figures – uses – laws of transverse vibrations of strings – Melde’s string – transverse and longitudinal modes – determination of a.c frequency using sonometer (steel and brass wires) – ultrasonics – production – application and uses – reverberation – factors for good acoustics of hall and auditorium.
Unit 2 : Properties of matter
Elasticity : Elastic constants – bending of beam – Young’s modulus by non uniform bending – energy stored in a stretched wire – torsion in a wire – determination of rigidity modulus by torsional pendulum – static torsion.
Viscosity : Coefficient of viscosity – Poissuelle’s formula – comparison of viscosities  burette method – Stoke’s law – terminal velocity – viscosity of highly viscous liquid – lubrication.
Surface tension : Molecular theory of surface tension – excess of pressure inside a drop and bubble – variation of surface tension with temperature – Jaeger’s method.
Unit 3 : Thermal Physics
JouleKelvin effect – JouleThomson porous plug experiment – theory and application – liquefaction of gasses – Linde’s process – Helium I and II – adiabatic demagnetization. Thermodynamic equilibrium – laws of thermodynamics – entropy change of entropy in reversible and irreversible processes.
Unit 4 : Electricity and Magnetism
Capacitor – energy of a charged capacitor  loss of energy due to sharing of charges – magnetic field due to a current carrying conductor – Biot Savart’s Law – Field along the axis of the coil carrying current – peak, average and RMS values of ac current and voltage – power factor and current values in an ac circuit – circuit control and protective devices – switch and its types – fuses circuit breaker and relays.
Unit 5 : Geometrical optics
Refraction – Refractive index by microscopy – air cell – refraction at grazing incidence and grazing emergence in prisms – combination of two small angled prisms to produce dispersion without deviation and deviation without dispersion – direct vision prism – constant deviation prism – defects of images – coma – distortion – spherical and chromatic aberration in lenses.
Books for study
1. Allied Physics by R. Murugesan, S.Chand & Co, New Delhi(2008).
2. Waves and Oscillations by Brijlal and N. Subramanyam, Vikas Publishing house,
New Delhi(2001).

Properties of Matter by Brij Lal and N.Subramaniam, S. Chand & Co., New Delhi(1994).

Heat and Thermodynamics by J.B.Rajam and C.L.Arora, S.Chand & Co., 8^{th} edition, New Delhi(1976).

Optics and Spectroscopy by R. Murugesan, S.Chand & Co, New Delhi
(2005).
Books for Reference
1. Fundamentals of Physics by Resnick Halliday and Walker, John Willey and Sons, Asia Pvt.Ltd., 6^{th} edition, Singapore.
2. Text book of Sound by V.R.Khanna and R.S.Bedi, Kedharnaath Publish & Co, 1^{st} edition, Meerut (1998).
3. Electricity and Magnetism by N.S. Khare and S.S. Srivastava, Atma Ram & Sons, 10^{th} Edition, New Delhi (1983).
4. Optics by D.R. Khanna and H.R. Gulati, S. Chand & Co., New Delhi (1979).
ALLIED PHYSICS – PAPER II
Unit 1 : Physical Optics
Velocity of light – Michelson’s method. Interference : Colours of thin films –air wedge – determination of diameter of a thin wire by air wedge – test for optical flatness – Diffraction – Fresnel’s explanation of rectilinear propagation of light – theory of transmission grating – Normal incidence – polarization – double refraction  optical activity – polarimeter.
Unit 2 : Atomic Physics
Atom model – vector atom model – electron, spin, quantum numbers – Pauli’s exclusion principle – electronic configuration of elements and periodic classification of elements – various quantum numbers – magnetic dipole moment of electron due to orbital and spin motion – Bohr magneton – spatial quantisation – Stern and Gerlach experiment.
Unit 3 : Nuclear Physics
Nuclear model – liquid drop model – magic numbers  shell model – nuclear energy – mass defect – binding energy. Radiation detectors – ionization chambers – GM Counter – Fission Controlled and Uncontrolled chain reaction – nuclear reactor – thermonuclear reactions – stellar energy.
Unit 4 : Elements of relativity and quantum mechanics
Postulates of theory of relativity – Lorentz transformation equations – derivation – length contraction – time dilation – mass energy equivalence – uncertainty principle – postulates of wave mechanics – Schrodinger’s equation – application to a particle in a box.
Unit 5 : Electronics
Basic Electronics: Zener diode – voltage regulator – LED – Transistor RC coupled amplifier – feedback principle – condition for oscillation – phase shift oscillator – Wein’s bridge oscillator.
Digital Electronics : NAND and NOR gates – Universal building blocks – Boolean algebra – Demorgan’s theorem – verification – elementary ideas of ICs – SSI , MSI, LSI and VLSI – Half adder, Full adder, Half Subtractor and Full subtractor.
Books for study
1. Allied Physics by R. Murugesan, S.Chand & Co, New Delhi(2008).
2. Allied Physics by K. Thangaraj and D. Jayaraman, Popular Book Depot, Chennai(2004).
3. Text book of Optics by Brijlal and N. Subramanyam, S.Chand & Co, New Delhi(2002).
4. Modern Physics by R. Murugesan, S.Chand & Co, New Delhi (2005).
5. Applied Electronics by A. Subramaniyam, National Publishing Co., 2^{nd} Edition, Chennai(2001).
Books for Reference
1. Fundamentals of Physics by Resnick Halliday and Walker, John Willey and Sons, Asia Pvt.Ltd., 6^{th }Edition, Singapore.
2. Optics by D.R. Khanna and H.R. Gulati, S. Chand & Co., New
Delhi (1979).
3. Concepts of Modern Physics by A.Beiser, Tata McGraw Hill Publication, New Delhi(1997).
4. Digital Fundamentals by Thomas L.Floyd, Universal Book Stall – New Delhi (1998).
ALLLIED PHYSICS – PRACTICALS
(Practical Examination at the end of even semester)
1. Young’s Modulus by Nonuniform bending using Pin and Microscope
2. Young’s Modulus by Nonuniform bending using Optic lever – Scale and
telescope
3. Rigidity modulus by Static torsion method
4. Rigidity modulus by torsional oscillations without mass
5. Surface tension and interfacial tension – Drop Weight method
6. Comparison of viscosities of two liquids – Burette method
7. Specific heat Capacity of a liquid – Half time correction
8. Sonometer – Determination of a.c frequency
9. Newton’s rings  Radius of curvature
10. Air wedge – Thickness of a wire
11. Spectrometer – Grating – Wavelength of Mercury lines – Normal Incidence
12. Potentiometer – Voltmeter Calibration
13. P.O. Box – Specific resistance
14. B.G. – Figure of merit
15. Construction of AND, OR, NOT gates – using diodes and Transistor
16. Zener Diode – Characteristics
17. NAND gate as a universal gate
Note : Use of Digital Balance Permitted
