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Able to write, compile and debug programs in C language. To make awareness of the common punctuation marks and the importance of it in writing To build academic vocabulary of the learners To offer the learners opportunity to practice creative writing To make the learners apply the skills and strategies of a successful listener Course Outcomes: It provides a detailed structure on the pricing strategies and shows clear picture methods and sources of raising finance.

xyllabus Students will be able To learn the impacts of technology on language and personal life. To provide the knowledge on Instruction Level Parallelism Course outcomes: Properties of discrete and continuous random variables. Managerial Economics, Sulthan Chand, Able to design the stable analog circuits with a feedback.


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Understand and develop Multirate digital signal processing systems. Students will learn how to analyze the performance of analog communication systems like FM, AM.

Syllabue fundamental concepts of positive and negative feedback and their applications. Teach students basic principles about computer architecture, machine language, and low-level programming.

To develop interpersonal skills and be an effective goal oriented team player. To analyze various scheduling algorithms related to RTOS.

Microprocessor syllavus Microcontroller Lab Subject Code: Learn and understand the representation of Two Dimensional Linear shift invariant Systems using Matrices To understand the acquisition of digital images. To learn about multiplexing and de-multiplexing of data. Understand the conceptual basics of Detection and estimation of signals in white and non-white Gaussian noise.

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The concept of large signal amplifiers and radio frequency amplifiers. Understand the high frequency and noise analysis in the single-stage and multi-stage amplifiers.

Programming with Java – E. A program to illustrate the usage of Serialization.


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Students will be able to: The Basics of Communication: Radar Systems Subject Code: Definition of cumulative distribution function and its properties for discrete and continuous distributions. Network Layer Design issues, store and forward packet switching connection less and connection oriented networks-routing alhorithms-optimality principle, shortest path, flooding, Distance Vector Routing, Control to Infinity Problem, Hierarchical Routing, Congestion sylpabus algorithms, admission control.

Measurement of guide wavelength and determination of frequency. Write an assembly language programming for different applications in To prepare the students to understand the concept of frequency reuse and be able to apply it in the design of mobile cellular system To prepare the students to understand various modulation schemes and multiple access techniques that are used in wireless communications To train the students to understand the syllabs and operation of various wireless networks such as GSM, IS, GPRS and SMS Course Ssyllabus Carrier drift, Carrier diffusion, Einstein relation, hall effect.