Saturday, February 9, 2008

Course Information(Syllabus) for fourth,sixth and eight semester.

Course Information
Class Session Download
IV Semester
Course Information [429 KB]
VI Semester
Course Information [131 KB]
VIII Semester
Course Information [89 KB]

Syllabus,question paers,lecture notes, Lab Manuals,Lab Support for all semesters.

Syllabus notes and question papers for Telecom all semesters

Learning Resource
Subject Download
2nd Semester
Basic Electronics
3rd Semester
Analog Electronics
Electrical Conductivity Course Material [634 KB]
Electronic Instrumentation
Engineering Maths - 3 Test 1 Solution [73 KB]
Field Theory
Logic Design Download [10.5 MB]
Network Analysis
4th Semester
8085 Course Material [5.17 MB]
Computer Organisation Course Material [6.45 MB]
Field Theory
ICs & Applications Course Description [6 KB]
5th Semester
Advanced Microprocessor Test 2 [193 KB]
Analog Communication
Solid State Devices
Telecom Switching
Transmission Lines Wavegides
6th Semester
Antenna Propogation Course Material [1.38 MB]
Microcontroller Application Course Material [151 KB]
VHDL Course Material [23.1 MB]
Microwave Engg. Lab viva questions Lecture notes [29 KB]
7th Semester
Satellite Communication
Computer Communication Networks
Data Structure C++
8th Semester
Embedded Systems & Design Course Material [7.65MB]
High Performance Communication Networks Course Material [157KB]
Optical Fiber Communication

Monday, September 17, 2007

AVAYA: internship recruitment.

Attention 5th semester students. Avaya is coming for recruitments for its internship program for the 5th semester on 23rd September. So be prepared and all the best!

Tuesday, September 4, 2007

Syllabus for 3rd, 5th and 7th semester.

Course Information
Class Session Download
III Semester Aug 2007 - Dec 2007
  1. Lesson Plan [Download (46 KB)]
  2. Question Bank [Download (189 KB)]
V Semester Aug 2007 - Dec 2007
  1. Lesson Plan [Download (58 KB)]
  2. Question Bank [Download (88 KB)]
VII Semester Aug 2007 - Dec 2007
  1. Lesson Plan [Download (76 KB)]
  2. Question Bank [Download (73 KB)]

Monday, August 27, 2007

Syllabus of 5th Semester.

5th Semester Course Description

This Course on Analog communication gives introduction to concept of basic communication system, modulation. It provides detailed study of various continuous wave modulation schemes AM, DSB-SC, SSB, FM, and also a study of noise analysis, noise performance of AM, FM systems.

This subject deals with various analog modulations, demodulation circuits with mathematical analysis. FM modulation techniques direct method, indirect method, and FM demodulation techniques (Slope detector, PLL) are discussed. Concepts related TV picture scanning, TV transmission, reception covered

This subject deals with random process, various types of noise and noise performance of various CW modulation schemes.


This subject Digital signal processing basically involves processing of discrete samples of data, the tools like Discrete Fourier transform and its properties are introduced, Fast Fourier transform algorithm implementation is also explained.

Digital filters design concept with BUTTERWORH and CHE byshev approximations are discussed in detail. Also design of IIR filters, FIR filters and realization forms gives the complete idea for the student to familiarize the different operations performed by the DSP processor.

DSP for speech and voice .DSP for telecommunications, consumer applications Graphics , military/ defense, industrial application, automotive applications etc.


Mathematical analysis of the behavior of electrical transmission line grew out of the work of James clerk Maxwell, Lord Kelvin and Oliver Heaviside. In 1855 Lord Kelvin formulated a diffusion model of the current in a submarine cable. The model currently predicted the poor performance of the 1858 Trans – Atlantic submarine telegraph cable. In 1885 televised published the first paper that described the analysis of propagation in cables and the modern form of the telegrapher’s equation.

A Transmission Line is a material medium or structure that forms all or part of a path from one place to another for directing the transmission energy, such as electromagnetic waves or acoustic waves as well as electric power transmission.

Components of transmission lines include wires, coaxial cables, dielectric slab, optic fibers, electric power lines and wave guides. The RF signaling concepts are also used in the areas of satellite communication, cabling networks, and other RF Systems. General application of transmission line is transferring signals from one point to another, pulse generation, stub filters, acoustic transmission line.

Application of transmission line in Matrix method of antenna, modeling for studying the effectiveness of screened enclosures, pulse testing for the ESD analysis of integrated circuits, modeling and simulation of an induction motor drive etc

This course deals with the study of Transmission line theory, Line at radio frequency, Guided waves, Wave guides.

This course gives complete information of Intel 8086 microprocessor‘s architecture and instruction set, examples of programming 8086 microprocessor. This course also provides information of Intel 8087 co-processor’s architecture and instruction set. Gives knowledge of bus interfaces& Introduction to 386 to pro Pentium Processors.


The subject Telecommunication and switching mainly deals with different switching systems, Telecommunication Traffic analysis, different Switching Networks, TDM Technique, control of switching systems, Important of signaling, different Standards set for Networks systems.

So in brief I can say Telecommunication and switching sub gives basic knowledge and mathematical treatment for analyzing Traffic problems in different Telecom Network systems and what are recent advancements taken place in Telecommunication Engineering field.


This course will provide an introduction to the basic principles of solid state devices. The goal of the course is familiarize the student with the underlying principles of the field and prepare for more detailed study in the form of advanced courses and/or research. The physical properties of semiconductor materials and basic quantum theory concepts will be applied to understanding energy bands and the behavior of charge carriers (electrons and holes) in semiconductors. The course will then build on these concepts to understand the operation of simple devices such as p-n junctions. More complex devices such as Field Effect Transistors (FETs), Bipolar Junction Transistors (BJTs) will also be covered.

As a result of this course, it is expected that the student will be able to:

  • Describe the basic properties of semiconductor materials such as their crystalline structure, energy bands, etc.
  • Quantify the behavior of semiconductors and their charge carriers under various doping conditions.
  • Describe the operating principles of p-n junctions including current flow, electric fields and the origin of diode I-V characteristics.
  • Explain the operation of Metal-Oxide-Semiconductor structures and their use in transistors.
  • Describe the operation of bipolar transistors.
Topics covered:
  • Semiconductor Physics of PN Junction Diodes
  • Fabrication Technology
  • Bipolar Transistors : Characteristics and First Order model, Limitations, Switching and Models
  • Junction Field Effect Transistors
  • Metal Semiconductor Junctions and diodes
  • Metal Oxide Silicon systems
  • Metal Oxide Semiconductor Field Effect Transistor

Saturday, August 25, 2007

MS In Telecommunications

MS In Telecommunications at SUNY IT
Hi. I am Dr. Lefebvre, Assistant Professor and Department Chair at the SUNY Institute of Technology Telecommunication Department. I would like to invite you to
looked at the State University of New York Institute of Technology's Telecommunication Networking Department as a possible place to obtain your MS degree. We have a strong program in Wireless and Wired Networks, Information Assurance, Optical Networks, Telecommunication Management and Protocols. We have been very successful at placing our graduates in high paying positions at both large and small companies (over 90% placement rate). In addition, several of our graduates have moved onto other colleges/universitites to obtain their Ph.D. There are scholarships and assistantships available for the spring and fall semesters. We require around 213 for TOEFL and are flexible on the GRE. I would be glad to discuss our program with you further, just email me at Also, in 2002 our Telecommunication Department was ranked #1 by the Peterson's guide.

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Dr. Lefebvre
Assistant Professor
Department Chair
Telecommunication Department
SUNY Institute of Technology

Friday, July 20, 2007

Email on tcebatch05 on yahoo groups

Hey mates!!
Recently I got a mail on my inbox from the yahoo group of our batch name tcebatch05 and i found it funny enough to share with you people. Give it a reading and pour in your comments::

Dear Comrades,

Hope everyone has done well in your 4th semester exams, if
not,then lets
hope that all the lecturers' curses are not working...We have had
enough fun
in class, irritating each and every lecturer we have encountered in
engineering course(with a few exceptions like PMS, he deserved it!).Our
class has surely developed a huge reputation of being the WORST CLASS in
college... Even the best teachers in college could not handle our class...
Believe me, they were cursing us in front of the other department
after-effects of the curse is showing... Most of us would get
very low marks in
the externals, we would have the worst lecturers in
college to teach us, this
will make us get lower marks and that would bring
teachers who are even worse
and the cycle would keep repeating till we will
become losers.I might have
exaggerated a lot, but i am very sure that we
will end up as losers if we
continue what we are doing now.Hope the message
has been conveyed to everyone.
Lets become more serious in academics and get
our lost respects back!

I don know wha guilty consience is the author of this mail suffering from but he needs a little of our counselling i guess!!