GTU Electronics & Communication engineering sem-4 syllabus

GTU Electronics and communication      engineering B.E sem 4 syllabus of all subjects


GTU Electronics and communication  engineering B.E sem 4 syllabus

(1) Analog circuit design (3141002):



This course aims to familiarize students with high frequency analysis of BJT circuits, various oscillators, differential amplifier, op-amp and its applications, and op-amp based filter circuits.


(2) Signal and system (3141005):



The course will provide strong foundation on signals and systems which will be useful for creating foundation of communication and signal processing. The students will learn basic continuous time
and discrete time signals and systems. Students will understand application of various transforms for analysis of signals and systems both continuous time and discrete time. Students will also explore effect of sampling on spectrum of signal.


(3) Professional ethics (3141007):



students will learn about professional as well as personal ethics


(4) Microprocessor and microcontroller (3141008):



The knowledge of microcontroller is very essential for a UG student of Electronics and Communication Engineering as the world is migrating towards automation rapidly in each and every fields. The students studying the subject are supposed to learn the architecture and programming of typical microcontroller.

Students will be taught the basic use of an assembly as well as embedded C programming environment to control peripheral devices. Students will also understand the interfacing of various peripheral elements with microcontroller to design an automated system. The course will cover introduction to basic 8085
microprocessor as well as AVR, 8-bit Microcontroller in detail with sufficient exposure to design an embedded system.


(5) Electromagnetic theory (3141009):



This course provides strong foundation for understanding the fundamental principles and laws of electromagnetism to understand transmission, radiation and propagation theory. 

Students can understand the physical interpretation and application of various laws and theorems of electric and magnetic fields. The students can also understand the principles of transmission lines.


(6)Electronic Measurement Laboratory  (3141010):



 At the end of this course students will demonstrate the ability to

 1. Design and validate DC and AC bridges 

2. Analyze the dynamic response and the calibration of few instruments 

3. Learn about various measurement devices, their characteristics, their operation and their limitations 

4. understand statistical data analysis 

5. Understand computerized data acquisition





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