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cIRctrITS
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Operational amplifier _ Di1
amp parameters _ inv.ertin
follower - instnrmentati
- Typical circuits _ applic
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high pass, bandpass, band reje*
and au pass filters _
rlpical
waveform generators sine wave
m,ltivibrators, tiangular wave gen€rators,
vcq timers - principle- of operationoscillators,
_p
applications
ry,lar IC versions.
voltage regulators Basic circuit
configuration and characteristics
linear voltage regulators
- basic blgcks of
,rr
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and swjiching
"o".pioitt"".
regulators & SMPS t5gical circuits _
ap,plications.
\roltage comparators tlpes
- characteristics
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-
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- tyiical
comparator circuits using op-amp
_ apptications.
*".tii; .irp*"i"n
N{'ltiplies' Analog multiplier, IVrodulators
and Demodulators
t,rD
typical circuits principli and
-
applications.
PLL
-
operation
uar.nceo moct
modulators.
- balanced
- lock range and capture range - nrzjor building
blocks
ofpll
_
PART B
les and
5.
Logrc Fam,ies different types
- ro^ld,:n - TrL - rypes - activ.e pull up _ v I
characteristics shottrcltTi,
ncr g;te - Transfe*t rr""t,
_ properties _
gatos - characteristics
Mos
{MoS gates-types - Interfacing BJT stics
and cMos.
Flip-Flops and related circuits_Flip Frop as a memory erernent _
flip flops types _
triggering - master
nops I opbrating ,r,rru.t"oi.ii.. _
;r1e_frin
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applications
shift Register - serial parallel'Dot"
ir-rr,*1g - Tlpical circuits applications _
ao*i", - different rlpes - counter
b;.ie* - ,equence
*"*A::fr##"*"_Tl
r-g'c f,nctions - Adders
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- multiplexer AD.c
- DAc--
qiPes - comparators
- decoders
derqurtiprexer - parity g"""rui*.
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ver:sions.
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Terl Books:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Op-Anrps anrl [.i;rear it]s
Integratecl C'ircuits
Svstem Desisn using ICs
- R. A. tiaekrvard I Prentice-Fla ll )
Botkar
- B.S. Sonde
- Thomas filovd
- i\,lahrino
Digital FunC;utcntris
Digital Principlcs
Referencc Books:
1.
?.
3.
4.
5.
Nficroelcch'ouir,s
Digitel lntcgtated ['.lcc tronic s
Integrated Elec, tronics
Elechonic l)ovices & Circuits
Op-amp Design &,\pplio ations
-).fillman & Crrabel
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V
ELECTROTI.{.GNETIC TIIEORY
&
CONtrN{LINICATION SYSTBT,TS
PART A
of
Physic
Fundamentals
analysis other co-ordinate
of c.ircuits & fields - Vector
nce and curl - Vector relations in
Electostatics and magnetostatics - Ftrndamental relations of electrostatic
field - Gauss,s
law - Special Gaussian surfaces - Divergence theorem Capacitance
& dielectrics
Poisson's and Laplace's e(uations trlethod of images Biot-savart law
- Force
between two current-carrf ing coils B.H.M Ampere's circuital theorern
-l,te..tz
force - Magnetic vector potential - Hysterisis.
-
Elechodynamics - Faraday's law ofinduction tv{odifiecl .Ampere's law
- Manwell,s
equations - wave equations - Solution of wave equation in free space
eornting
vector
,,,
- Electromagnetio
energJ-.
Principles of electromagnetic radiation Radiation of elechomagnetic
fields
Polarization - Isotropic radiator Gain Effective or€& Effectte length
- Dpole
Radiation resistance - linear arrays.
-
Elements of communication systems
-
PART B
Modulation
- Need for modulation - AN4 - Tlpes
Types - PI\{ and Fi\{ signals - Randwidth
- De-emphasis and pre-emphasis - Noise in
.TWes
-
Sampling
- Reconstnrction - Aliasing - PAIVI, PDIVI, PPM - Time dir,ision multiplexing
- Digital signals - PCM - Generation ancl reconstruction Q,antization noise - companclin-e law - ASK FSIi psr\ DpsK.
Digtal tansmission
Transmitters - AN{ transmitte.r Types Low ler,el and high level
- SSB kansmitter EM tansmitter - Tyres - FM stereo transmitter Receir,ers Sensitivity
Selectivity
ArV receiver - TRF receiv'er - Superheterod,ne receir,.el'- SSB receir,-er AGC
-receiver
- FIv{
- AFC - FM stereo receiver.
-
Propagation of waves in fiee space Ground wave propagation surface
wav.es
I_""qtpt eric propagation - Critical frequency and IritrF--stip distance - Radio honzon
space wave propagation - concept of duct and troposcatter propagation
.
-
Telephgrle and telegraphic systems Selectoi:dwitches and dials
system - Cross-bar and other auiomatic telephone
llP.Sr,ger
- l:vate ta"pno"" netwo.I;
l1*ry,9"-f"Bg_"":
of
-
principles of step-by-
Bf""rIJJ
"x"hang"s fi;i;errp;;;;i"L"ri"
prin.ipr"
-
Fascimile - Principle t>f pictur'c transmission an.I rcception
techniques.
-
Diittr..,nl tr.;rnsmissi.rr
Text Books
1.
2.
3.
Electroma_unetic \\'a-*cs & Radiatins svstelns
Communicatiorr Sl.stcrns
Principles of Com.munication svstems
& Bahnain (P.H.)
L'arson (frH)
- I'aub & Schilling (PH)
-.[ordan
-- Bruce
Reference
1.
2.
3.
Electromagnetics
Fundamentals of Elcctromagnetics
Engineering Electromrgnetics
- Edminister
- \liah
- llar.tt
1
t.r:Jn\_
{
h
Paper
!T
I\,rICRopRocESSoRS AN-D coNIpurER 0RG,L^{IZ-4.TION
P^-\RT A
-- N,Iicroprocessors _ Intrcrcluction to
registers -.]\,,Iemory organization
vices.
g0g5 _ g0g5
- mapping
ancl t)?es _
- Functionar block - pin diagram - Instruction.s and timings Instnrction classifications Data transfer op.r.iinn
Lo-qical operations _ Instruction
Simple Programs - Instnrction timings & op"rition
status - kutnrction set of
8085 - Data transfer instructions - Arithmetic-instructio*
- rog.al instructions anrl
Branching instructions.
8085 'architecture
!^ry'-
- N{emory related
rs and time delays
Introduction to programmable peripheral d,evices (g255d
Bus standards (seriar and paraflel)
- RS z3z andIEEE
g25L\ g253A,
-
g259Ar
4gg.
Introduction to 16-bit and 32-trit microprocessors _
Basic concepts of g0g6/gg,
E0r86/80188, 80286 & 80386 Applications of
microprocessors - Introduction to RISC
processors.
PART B
History generation
aucl tvpes
of computcrs
operational concepts.
-
Applications - Functional units
- Basic
Main memory : Basic conuepts semiconductor
Rfu\,t ancl RoIr,I - \{emory system
concept of cache memories concept orrt trut memories.
-considerations
Addressing methods : Ir'Iain memory operations
- Instruction ancl instruction sequenc.ing
- Concept ofrarious :rddressing *oa"r - cloncept of assembly language progr.ammine.
Processing units : Basic concgpj
instruction
-
-
sequerrce of operation to execute a complete
concept of hardwired ani
micrr ogrrrn*.i
storage devices
s
(' - . ..:r-!.'
-
.ontrol units.
- different types _ principle of
Concept of | / C) delices _ Different types
tlperating s1'slcms
crlr)e
.irt - Conccpl
6f multilisj.:in.a
_
\Iuhiust'r svstems
ancl
LAN.
Text Books:
1
"\,'[icroyrrocessor,-\rchi tecturc. Pro-rrrrn
rnin :: & . \trl:lj
with 8()85 S08t)i',
-
Computer ( )ruanization
c.r
rl.jns
R:rrncsh -\ L-iaonkar
\ .C. Fiornacher
(\IacGraw_I.Iill)
Reference Books:
()rgan
l.
Computer
?.
Computer.\rohit
Structured ('onrp
Introduction to i\fi cropl.oc.essors
Introduction lo l{icroproccssors
3.
4.
5.
s
- ('.\\'. Gcar (\,IcGran Fiiil)
- .Tohn P Ha1'es
- -.\.S.
-
fanenbaum lprentice Flall)
r\clih,a P \,Iathur (T\lFf)
- Lcr.'c:nthal (Prentice l{all)
-i
s
:
h
Paper
VII
N.IICR0\1'11-E TI]CIINIQUES &
P..\RT A
(No tletailetl anal1'sis recpirecl)
Frequency spectrum - i\'[icrolave bancls
-
Application of rnicrowaves in different fields.
'fE and TN,I waru'e.s Transv'erse
Wave guides : Introduction - Reotangular wave guides Strip
transmission
matching
Impedance
Transrnission
lines
rvares
electromagnetic
lines - Mcrowave rva,,'e guides - Propagation tlu'ough rvate guides - Cut-off ii'equency
- Wave and group velocities -- Calilv resonators.
Intoduction to microwa\€ components - War,'e guide colTters, hvists and hend Couptings - E-H tuner - \\,'ave gurde trees - Directional couplers - Isolators anrl
circulators - I\.{icrorvlic tubes - N{ulticaviry- Klystron - Velocitl,'nrodulation and tream
brmching -.Refler Klystron - N.{agetrons - Working of lr.'Iagnetrons - Trarelling warre
tubes - Other microwale tubes.
Mcrow-ave serniconductor clel'ices : Schottkv diodes, point contact diodes. varactor
diodes, etc. - applications - Concept of parametric amplifiers - Microwave transistors
and integrated circuits - Ii\'IPATT, TRAPATT and GLn$i devices - Applications.
PART B
Television : Elements of telerrision system - Scanning composite r,ideo signal - Camera
tubes, different Bpes - Operation principles - Picture tubes - Beam deflection - Signal
transmission and channel bandwidth - Vestigial side band - Concept of T!'potver
supplies - TY signal standards.
Basic TV broadcasting : TV transmitter - Sound and picture signal transmission - fi'
receivers : Dif,Ferent functional trlocks - Operation - Simple circuits - Concqrt of popular
ICs used in TV receivers - T\i signal propagation - TV transmission and receiver
antennae - Concept of boosters
Colour television : TV camera - Luminance signal - Colour picture tube - Basic
principle of colour signal transmission and recepticrn -- N-I'SC. PAL, SECAN'I s-vstcms -Comparison and stud-v.
TV, CCTV', Theatre tcler,'ision - Basic principle of operation
control
Cable
-
Concept ol'remote
Mcrowave communication : Basic principle of microlvave links - Ivlicrowave relay
system - Choice of fi'equency -_ Line of sight and o,,er the horizon systems - Ivlodulation
methods - Block schematics of terminal transmitters and receivers - Microwave
Mcrowave antermae.
,-
'
t-'
,'::+;*1 i-
|t-"
g,
j-l-
Paper
vr
r\IICRo!\'AvE TECrtr\reLiES & co\I\II-TNICATToN sysrErls
IJ
P.{RT A
(
Frequency spectrum
No <letailed analvsis rc.quilerl)
- \ [icrowav'u'
Lilncls
-
Application of microrvA\cs in different t-iclcls.
Wale guides : Introtluction Rectangular ivare guicles
-'rE
electomagnetic warcs Transmi.sriJn fines kipedance
-
-
lines - IVficrorvale w'ar,c guicles Propaqation thtugh
- W-ale and group ,,,elocilies -_ c-avirv- resonators.
ancl
TI,I
marchinu
rvarc gui.Ies
-
Transverse
Strip tran.smission
w-a,u-es
- Cur-off
frequencv
Introduction
ts _ lVare guide corncrs. hvist.s and benci _
couplings trces - Directionar couplc.rs I.solaiors ancr
circulators *
ical'in'Kl'v'stron - \-etocit-1. moclulafion and beam
bunching -.Reflcx Klystron N'Iagetrons Working
of \Iagnetrons - Tr.avelling rva,,.e
tubes - Other microwa,"e tubes.
Ivlicrowave serniconductor clevices : Schottk-v dio,Jes.
point contact cliocles. \;3ractor
diodes, etc. applications
- Concept of paraletric anrplifiers - \[icrow-l\:e trensisrors
and inteelatecl circuirs l\'IPArr, rn-+prTT
ancl GL.-\N.le,uices - Applications.
-
P.{RT B
Television : Elernents o1'telcvision s1'stem scanning
compositc r..idco signal - Camcra
t]'pes -- operation prini-.iples - Pil;;;;..
3l*,d'iffers'nt
- Beam def'lcction - signal
transmission and channel banclw-iclth \ estigial
sicre bancl - Concept of Ty power
supplies - TV signal standards.
d and picture signal rransmission _ -I-vtion - Simple cir.cuits - Concept of popular
ion - T\,' transmission ancl receir,el.
colour television : T\- camera Luminance si_enal
- Colour pic.ture tube - iiaric
grinciple of colour signal transmission and receprion .\TSC, p^{L. SECA-\i sr.stems
Ci:mparison and
cab.le
stuclr,-.
-
fY, CClv. Thcatre tcle'u'ision - Basic principle o[ operation - corrc..pr t:f rernotr,
contoL
f microrvare links _ Nlicrowave relay
d or,er the horizon systerns - iVlociulatiirn
repeatffs
-
I.,{lcrowale anter;tae.
tters and recei.",ers
-
l,ficror.vave
:C
-aorbit of communigation sateilites - .-\ngre of erevation _'
Propagatioa dela-r- orbitar sparing Transmisrion p"it patrr
ross - Noise
considerations - Satellit; lints Tiansponders
Earth station - Frequency allocatioru
multiple access merhods - Sp.LDE _ fbf.ff.
*ETl:_."iry.r,:T:
-
concept of c b:rnJ satr.'llite rcceiring svstenr
Specifications.
-
Basic fune tirln.s rrt
uruts
-
Text Books:
1.
2.
3.
.+.
Eleckonic Communication Svstems
FundamentalsofNlicrc,navei:nginecring
r\lonochromc & C-olour T.\'.
Telerision En_uinccrine
- Kenned_v (Prentice
- Collins (i\{.Fl)
Flall)
- R-R. Gulati (['ile.v East.'rrn)
- Grob B.
Reference Books:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Technologl' of Scrni contluctor Dcr.ices
Colour.,Television
Electronic & Radio Engineering
Electronic Communication Svs icms
Elec tronic Cornnrunication
-
S.N.L Sze
- R.R.
Gulati
(\\11e1. Easrern)
- TErman (\tFI)
- Kennedv (TNIH;
-
Rodd,v
& Coolen (prenrice I.Iall)
:q
s
c
,:i
PRAC:TIC.-\L
',
.*\-ALOG & DIGITAI, EITECTRONICS
P^.\RT
l'
op-Amp irrr"erting
ancl
.
A
non-inlerting configuration and characteri,.tics.
tor circuit characteristics
Amplifiers
tion,{mplifier
d their frequency response
ter and their frequency response.
& LTP
generation using 555
trrators
haracteristics
f
Demodutation using IC 566 pLL
ge Controller Oscillator
P.ART B
. 7104, 7409. 743-t,74S6)
(7483, 7485)
157, 71L51. 74138. 7 4156)
ent Display-s (7 442, 7 449.
19.
20.
21.
'))
23.
21.
Parity Generators & Checkers (Z4lg0)
3r:1r1 & Ftip Flop (.rK, S& 747s. t+te, 7474.74107)
lvlnltfudb,ra tors (7 4121, 7 4lZ3)
Counters (7 490, 7493. 7 4lg7i
Shift Registers (7495, 74t66. 74195)
TTL & CIvtOS characteristics
LT
542,
7
4t 54,
h.
\
Satellite communioation : (irbit of communication satellites - .Lngle of eleyation
Propagation delav - orbital sparing - Transmission parh -- path loss Noise
considerations - Satellite iinks - Transponders - tlarlh statioa - Frcquency allocation.
multiple access methods - SP.{DE - TDN,IA.
Concept of C banil satellite r".-eining systenr - Rilsic tirneticns ot-r.'urious units
Specifications.
-
Tert Books:
1.
2.
,1
J.
,1.
lectronic Communica tion Sl.'*stems
Fundamentals of Nfi crevya\,E lingineeriltg
E
Nlonochrome & Colour T.\,'.
Television Enginecri n g
-
I{ennsd1,' (Prentice Hall)
- Collins (\t.FI.i
- R.R. Gulati (\\,'ile,v Eastenr)
-
Grob B.
Reference Books:
1.
2.
3.
1-
5.
Technologl' of Semi conduc,tor Deviccs
Colour Television
Electronic & Radio Engineering
Electronic Communication Systems
Elec tronic Communication
- S.lt'I- Sze
- R.R.
-
Gulati (\\iley
fN'fi)
-ferman
Eastern)
-Kermedv (TN,IH)
- I{oddv & Coolen (Prentice I.Ialt)
'y's,
//
3
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.19_S!- f93+_s_sj o n. -o.n\da rc .s
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LAB DGRCISES IN C AI{D CH FORBSc ELECTRONICS
A
Currency notes in the denominations of Rs.500,100,5020,1 0,5,2 and
Rs.l are available. Given an amount of Rs. Requested to find the no.of
curency notes of each category to form the amount so that minimum
no.of each category is used.
of the base aqd the angle in degrees between the base and
hypotenuse of a right angled triangle ,r" gir*. Comptrte area and
2. The lengdr
perimeter.
3.
The distsnce between 2 stations (rn KMs) and the deparfi,re time (in
hrs,min-src) fiom first station and average speed of the tain are given
Requested to find the time of arrival at second station
.
4.
The x-y co-ordinates of a point are given. Check whether the point is at
frre origin, on x or y axis or first, second, ftrrd" or fourth quadrant with
appropnate messages.
5. Requested to find the gross and net pay of an employee from the
following data . Given basic pay, DA and grade of the onployee and
stafi$ ( T/P - terrporary or permanent). HRA : 2O o/o of basic pay
C.A: 400 (A) , 300 (B) , 200 (C) and I00 @) Deductions to be made are
P.F for permanent employees is I0 Y" of basic pay and income ta>( at
following rates. GP > : 2OOO Q0 yA, GP < 2000 and > : l5OO(25 y0
6. -Write a program to generate and print first n terms of Fibonaci series.
7.
Wnte a progrun to check whether a g1venyear is leap year or not?
8.
Write a program to find the reverse of znumber and hence check whether
it is a palindrome or not ?
9. Write a progrem to find the roots of qtradratic equation ?
I0.Writ€ a progzrm to print all no.s between I
and mexint having fte
property trat sum of cubes of its individtral digts equals the number and
find tre total corint of such no.s.
1
l.Write s
program
AIoo gort the crrroy.
to ral rnd reverse an integer aray.
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l2.Write a program to evaluate the sum :l*X2 -X3+X.
l3.Write a Program to generate a table
of
range 0 to Pi.
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SIN , COS and TAIrI firnctions
l4.Write e program to create a file that stores seat numbers ,nalne and marks
of three strbjects (maths, physics, chemistry)of tm students and read the
nalne and total mark of each s[rdent. Write function to append the file.
lS.write a program to find the sum of the
x-xz l2t+x3 tlt -f 4l +xs 6t _f 16 .
for values x:l to 5 in steps 0.2.
t
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series
.
l6.Write a program tp tabulate the following firnction for m:l to 5 and
to 10, &:l .2,ts1.5 , P(rrUk):
"''."'oa-UYlmttt;.
17. Write a program to translate birrr,{v numbers into decimal nurnbers
k:l
18. Write a program to translate decimal numbers into brnary numbers
19- Five test of ma>L 20 marks each are conducted for a subject. Prepare a
program that input the merks in every subject and prepare the totelscore
and grade. If total score is >=95 grade is excellan! if total score
and < 95 then gl:sde is very good. If totsl marks is
<90 then
is j0
-80end
gade is good. <80but >:70 then "fai.", .70bot >:50
then "poor,' and
I
'50
ftren fail.
2O.Wrte a Program to print the number of lines (nto. 9) a" shown. The
number to be entered from the terminal.
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2l.write e program to print lcm , lc4 grd of two gven integers.
zz-W^nt|-a prograrn to print all the $rthagorean t'iplets
of valucs say nl and,rfl
wift in a giveir range
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23.Given an arr&y named A wift the following elements
3 -5 t 37 0-I5
3 -7
-9
Write a prograrn to shift all -ve nos to the left and the *ve nos to flre
write so drat resultant array may look like
-5-15-7-8313703
24.Wite a program
to
convert hexadecimal numbers
equivalent. Use a function
to
to its
decimd
evaluate rt.
25.Write a program to multiply 2 matrices
26-Write a program to translafe numbers into words
27.Wr;rtr- a program=that will create and utilize a data"file (Telephone dioy )
containing nernes, eddress and telephone numbers. lnclude a provision
for each of the following features.
*Add a new record
+Delete a particular record
*Change in a particular record
*Find and display a particular record
*Arrange in the alphabetical order
rlist or print the entire file.
28.Write a prograrn to print the scoreboard of a cricket match in reel time.
The display should contein batsman's narne ,runs scord indication if
out mode by which out, bowlers score. As and whena ball is thrown tre
score should be updated. When the computer is idle it shoUld print the
following in a sequential manner.
Analysis of batsman and bowlers playing
Past [email protected] of bowlers and batsman playing
List of all players of both teams
Past perficnnance of both teams.
Selected world records
29. Write a prograrn to prepare the invoice from the followin g data
cusfomernumber ,custome,r nafite and address , date of sale ,
description , quantity, urrit pnce, discount percentage
sales tax perceirta,gq , freight
30. Writc
a C progizm for creating a linke-d list ard printing'ttre list.
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1. Declare a class to represent bank account of 10 customers and the
following data members . Name of Depositor , Account number , Type
of account (Savrngs / curent), bdance amount. The class also contains
the following member functions
(a) To initialize data members
(b) To deposit money
(") for with&awA of money after checking minimum balance (Rs. 1000/')
.
Write a C++ progftlm which'feads records of 'n' nurnber of students in
en array of objeCts and prints the list of students in the following tbrmaf.
LIST OF STUDENTS
2.
NAME
AVG MARKS
ROLINO
GRADE
AIso print the rank list
and write member firnctions for reading ,
addition , multiplication , computing Norm and for displaying the matrix
3. Create a cless called MATRIX
4.
A class clock
has the following membersData members : hour, minute : integer
Member Functions . readtime (int h , int m)
Showtime ( )
Addtim{timetl , time €)
5
Write a complete program in C++ to input two different objects FT (first
time), ST (seconiltime) . Print their sum (Assuming 24 Hours clock)
Create a class to represent a BOOK with follo*irg data members. Title
, Author , Accession number , Code , Datn of issue , Date received.The
member firnctions are rcad data ( ) *.i Compute time ( ) Assume rules
for the computation of fine for the [ate retum of a book . Modifr thc class
strucfire toinclude datz member stafirs and friend firnction called get
stafis. Write a progzrm drat marntain list of 'n' nurnber of boolcs and
on dernand ge,nerates the followine r"fl""H.se appropriate status codes.
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6. Write a program for generating the timetable of an educational
institution. Declarc two class, one reprcsc,nts the teacher details and
other rcpresents details of particular division. Rcad trc number of
Periods allotted for teachers rn different divisions and print tre time
table. Use friend firnctions and constnrctors.
7. Study thc conccpt of dcfault constnrctor and paramctcrizcd
wift simple programs like factorial and fibonocis series.
constrtrctor
8. Create a class addrcss ,frtlt a"t" meinbers house no., Srceg crty and
State. Write a parametcnzed constuctor and copy constuctor to
initialized data me,lrrbers of that class.
9. Consider that following class inheritance diagram. Write a program to
implemeirt these classes.
Professor
Basic Pay
HRA
PF
Total
Compute sal( )
Get data ( )
Display ( )
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l0
Illustrate the concept of hieltchical inhentance with the
following hierarchy diagram
Read data( )
Display( )
Player
Game narne
Score
No. of Matches PI
Get data ( )
Show drfs ( )
Employee
Basic Pay, HRA, Total
Sdarv PE Net Pay
Get dara ( )
Compute sal ( )
Display ( )
ll-Write a ql-+ Frogram tq read and display information about
crnployees
and managers. Employee is a class that maintains anployee no., narne,
address and department. Manager class contains *i Ae information
about the cmployee class anct a list of employees working under a
manager.
I2.Illusrafe the concept of inheritance and containership wift Ae iiilp of
two classes address and person.
Address
House No
Colony
District
Pincode
Rerd ( )
Pemon
Name, Age
Res. AddGet data ( )
Show ( )
Qsplay ( )
13. A banl( maintains 2 kinds of accounts for customers One cslled
savings account for customers and other as current account. Savings
account provides compound rnterest and withdrawal facilities, but no
cheque book facility. The current accotrnt provides cheque book
facility but no interest. curre,nt account holders should maintain a
minimum balance and if the balance falls below this lcvel, a service
charge is imposed. Create a class account that stores customer na,mc,
account numbo and type of account From this derive the classes
cureirt account and savings accounts to make thcrn morc spccific to
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in order to
their requirements. lnclude necessary member firnctions
achieve the following tasks.
Accept deposit from a customer and update the balance
Display the balance
Compute and dePosit interest
Permit withdrawal and update the bdance
check for minimum balance, im ose Penalty
if necessary and update
tre balance.
base of its
educstional institution'. wishes to maintain e data
employees. The data base is divided in
hieiarchical relationships are as shown'
information requirecl for each class'
to create the data b
define function
.:
mtormafion as and when required'
of the staff'
This data base does not include educational information
and officers (no
It has been declded to add this information to teachers
in decision making with
another class " &lucafion"
onal information, namelY highest
ar
ation
and highe"t
Prot-essional
'Teacher"
class
the
bY
e inherited
and
W
Code
Name
" Officers"
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Consider a class
ndrw*.
Thc class masladcrives information from
in furn derive
information from the class penwn. Define all thc fogr classcs
and
a
mc,lru
driven
program
to
create,
update and display the
ITtg
information contained in rrr lnobjects.
both aaounl and administotion classcs which
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Accor.rnt
pay
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/
Master
Name, Code
Experience, Pay
Station
I6.
Design a class 'polar' which describes a point in plane tsing polar
co-ordinates radius and angles.
A point in polar co-ordinates is shown above. use the overloaded +
operator to add two objects of polar_
Not flrat we cannot add polar values of two points direcfly. This
requires first the conversion of p:ints into rectangular *-oriirrrt".,
-:-qr<:.,.
ScosSHff
plot the signal r=9:'r.lsin-?tilflt+l:f 'Bsin54rlt+'
i.i.6"rerate
fl
= ,1.7cos68F'lt
frequenci es
2. SamPIe the above Eignal at
ii)
= Nyqr-rist rate
iii) )'NYqurist rate
(2) utsinq linear interpolation'
3. Recongtruct !h* signal in
in (") using ? bits'4 bits'
4. Quantize the samPles generated
the SNR in each case'
B bitsr12 bits and 16 bits and obtain
Corp"." it r'rith the therpdetical valute '
E<
AddAdditiveWhiteGautssianNoise(AWGN)ofSNRSdE'1h,dB'
=. 2tldB'S,ldB
io =iqtl'"r in (") and repeat e:rpt'(4)
""d";;;B
(2) r'lith
6. Convolve the signal generated in
i ) utnit imPutIse.
ii) utnit steP seqLtentre
iii ) urnit ra'nP:sequtence
i v ) >r (n ) =[1.3e>lP (-3t )
v) >l(n)=l:1 -61 og(3t)
and Plot the nesLtlting
seqLtence
in (") using FFT'
7. Obtain the potrrel- EPetrtrutm of signal
in (4) using FFI '
8. Obtain the power sPectnutm of the signal
in (5 ) using FFT'
9. Obtain the Potr,er spetrtnutm of the srgnal
generated in (1)
si9nal
the
of
the
auttocornelation
Obtain
Iit.
r.lith a delaYed signal'
in ( 1 )
of th: signal generated
1 1. Obtain the crosscorrel ation
(5)
AWGN in
urith the signar geneta.;;l by adding
(
by FFT method
1". Obtain the auttocorrelation in ltl)
(11) by FFT method
13. obtain the crosstrorrelation in
convoluttion in time
14. E>rperimentally verif iy that the
in fnequency domain
domain is equal to murlti;itcation
and impliment on yoLtr computer
15. Design an FIR filter
on youn computter
16. Design an IIR filten and i'mpliment
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thcn adding a corcsponding rectangular co-ordinates and fttally
and conv".tirrg the result back to polar co-ordinates. You need to use
tre following tri gonometic formula
x:r t cos (a)
y
=r
* sin (a)
s:a.tan @V)
r:sqrt (x'x + YT)
17. Crearc a class matrix of size m x
n.
Define all possible matrix
operati ons usin g overl oaded m ember fi.rnctions.
18. Define a class string. Define all possible operation using overloaded
*
fuirctions.
lg.Implement a class called queue uing dynamic memory allocation- Write
a menu driven prograrn with thc following options'
4' Exit
f . insertion 2.Deletion 3-Display
2g.Implement a class callecl -STACK" tusing dynamic memory allocation
and write a menu driven Program with the following options push, PoP,
display and exit
2l.Implernent Telephone directory
22.A marriage btreau keeps dre data base about ladies and
gents.
Data includes narne, age, height, weight, income and horoscope. Write a
program to find the perfect matches from the existing database
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range
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to Pi.
l4.Write a program to create a file that stores seat numbers ,nalne and marks
of three'subjects (maths, physics, chemrstry)of ten students and read the
narne and total mark of each student. Wnte function to append the file.
15.Wnte a. program to find the suln of the series
for values
x:l
to 5 in stePs 0.2.
l6.Write a program tp tabulate the following function tbr
to I0 , z:1.2,lr-:r.5 , P(m,k): e''-e'ba-bk/(mlkl)'
17. Write a program to translate burarv numbers
m:I
to 5 and
k:l
into decimal ntrmbers
binary numbers
18. Wnte a program to translate decimal numbers into
subject ' Prepare a
19. Five test of mor(- 20 marks each are conducted for a
score
prograrn that input the marks in every subject and prepare the totel
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urd"grad". If total score is >:9-5 gt"a: is excellent, if total score is
>:80and <90 then
and < 95 then Fl:ile is very gooJ. If totel merks is
>:50 then "poor" and
gruJe is good. .gOb.rt >::,0 l-ren "fair", '70b,rt
<50 then farl.
B Progr?4 to Print the number of lines
number to bJ eintered from the terminal'
Writ"
(.nr. 9) *
shown. The
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2l.Write s Program to print lcm , lcd, gcd of two gven integers'
program to print all the $rthagorean triplets
of valucs say nl andn2
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wift in a g|ven ralge
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A wift the following elements
3 -5 r 37 0-15 3 -1
-9
Write a program to shift all -ve nos to the left and the *ve nos to ftre
write so that resultant array may look like
-5-I5-1-8313703
24.Wite a prograrn
to
convert hexadecimal numbers
equivalent Use a function to evaluate it.
to its decimal
25.Write a program to multiply 2 matrices
26.Write a program to translate numbers into words
program*that will create and utilize a detz file (Telephone di"r'),)
containing narnes, address and telephone numbers. Include a provision
for each of the following features.
*Add a new record
*Delete a particuJar record
*Change in a particular record
*Find and display a particular record
*Arrange in the alphabetica-l order
*List or print the entire file.
27 .Wnte, a
28.Write e program to print the scoreboard of a cricket match in reel time.
The display should contain batsman's narne ,runs scored, Lndication if
out mode by which out, bowlers score. As and whena ball is thrown the
score should be updated. When the computer is idle it should print the
folJowrng in a sequential marmer.
,:i,[i.,,,"-. 1i Analysis of batsman and bcwlers playing
batsman playing
of both teams.
29. Write a program to prepare the invoice from the followin g deLa
custcmer number,custom.er nEune and aCCress , date of sale
description , quantity, unit rice, discount percentage
sales
30. Write
,
tar percentage, t-cight
a C program for c.reating a linkeci list and printing the list.
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