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Re: Syllabus of ECIL
The Syllabus of ECIL GET Exam (ECE) covers topics from B.Tech/B.E degree course in Electronics and Communication. Following is the syllabus of it: Electronic Devices Energy bands in silicon (Intrinsic and extrinsic silicon) Resistance Generation and recombination of carriers Diodes PN Junction Diode Zener Diode Tunnel Diode LED Carrier transport in silicon Diffusion Current Drift Current Mobility Avalanche Photo Diode Transistor BJT JFET MOSFET Basics of Lasers MOS Capacitor Industrial Electronics Integrated circuits fabrication process Oxidation Diffusion Ion implantation Photolithography ntub process ptub process Twintub CMOS process. Analog Circuits Small Signal Analysis Diode Circuits Clipping Clamping Rectifier Biasing Amplifiers SingleAnd MultiStage Simple opamp circuits Differential and Operational Feedback Amplifier Power Amplifier Frequency response of amplifiers Sinusoidal oscillators Filters Function generators and waveshaping circuits 555 Timers Power supplies Digital circuits Boolean Algebra Digital IC Families (DTL TTL ECL MOS CMOS) Minimization of Boolean Functions Logic Gates Combinatorial circuits Code Converters Multiplexers Arithmetic Circuits Decoders PROM Sequential circuits Latches and FlipFlops Counters ShiftRegisters Semiconductor memories Microprocessor (8085) Architecture Programming Memory I/O Interfacing Signals and Systems Fourier series Fourier Transform DFT and FFT Ztransform Sampling theorem Linear TimeInvariant (LTI) Systems Signal transmission through LTI systems Control Systems Open loop and closed loop (feedback) systems Signal flow graphs Transient and steady state analysis of LTI control systems and frequency response Tools and techniques for LTI control system analysis Bode and Nyquist plots Root loci RouthHurwitz criterion Control system compensators Communications Random signals and noise Probability Random Variables Probability Density Function Autocorrelation Power Spectral Density Analog communication systems Elements of hardware SignalToNoise Ratio (SNR) Calculations for Amplitude Modulation (AM) Calculations for Frequency Modulation (FM) Information theory Channel capacity theorem Digital communication systems Pulse Code Modulation (PCM) Differential Pulse Code Modulation (DPCM) Digital Modulation Schemes Amplitude Shift Keying Phase Shift Keying Frequency Shift Keying Basics of TDMA FDMA, CDMA, and GSM Electromagnetics Elements of vector calculus Divergence, Curl Gauss and Stokes’ theorems Maxwell’s equations Differential, Integral Forms Wave equation Poynting vector Plane waves Propagation through Various Media Reflection Refraction Phase and Group Velocity Skin Depth Transmission Lines Characteristic Impedance Impedance Transformation Smith Chart Impedance Matching S Parameters Pulse Excitation Waveguides Modes in Rectangular Waveguides Boundary Conditions CutOff Frequencies Dispersion Relations Basics of Propagation in Dielectric Waveguide and Optical Fibers Basics of Antennas Dipole Antennas Radiation Pattern Antenna Gain
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Re: Syllabus of ECIL
As your are preparing for the ECIL exam and looking for the syllabus for that I will help you here to get the exam syllabus which help oyu easily to cover those topics which come under the exam easily. Here is the exam syllabus of ECIL. Electronic Devices Energy bands in silicon (Intrinsic and extrinsic silicon) Carrier transport in silicon Diffusion Current Drift Current Mobility Resistance Generation and recombination of carriers Diodes PN Junction Diode Zener Diode Tunnel Diode LED Avalanche Photo Diode Transistor BJT JFET MOSFET Basics of Lasers MOS Capacitor Industrial Electronics Integrated circuits fabrication process Oxidation Diffusion Ion implantation Photolithography ntub process ptub process Twintub CMOS process. Analog Circuits Small Signal Analysis Diode Circuits Clipping Clamping Rectifier Biasing Amplifiers SingleAnd MultiStage Simple opamp circuits Differential and Operational Feedback Amplifier Power Amplifier Frequency response of amplifiers Sinusoidal oscillators Filters Function generators and waveshaping circuits 555 Timers Power supplies Electromagnetics Elements of vector calculus Divergence, Curl Gauss and Stokes’ theorems Maxwell’s equations Differential, Integral Forms Wave equation Poynting vector Plane waves Propagation through Various Media Reflection Refraction Phase and Group Velocity Skin Depth Transmission Lines Characteristic Impedance Impedance Transformation Smith Chart Impedance Matching S Parameters Pulse Excitation Waveguides Modes in Rectangular Waveguides Boundary Conditions CutOff Frequencies Dispersion Relations Basics of Propagation in Dielectric Waveguide and Optical Fibers Basics of Antennas Dipole Antennas Radiation Pattern Antenna Gain Digital circuits Boolean Algebra Digital IC Families (DTL TTL ECL MOS CMOS) Minimization of Boolean Functions Logic Gates Combinatorial circuits Code Converters Multiplexers Arithmetic Circuits Decoders PROM Sequential circuits Latches and FlipFlops Counters ShiftRegisters Semiconductor memories Microprocessor (8085) Architecture Programming Memory I/O Interfacing Signals and Systems Fourier series Fourier Transform DFT and FFT Ztransform Sampling theorem Linear TimeInvariant (LTI) Systems Signal transmission through LTI systems Control Systems Open loop and closed loop (feedback) systems Signal flow graphs Transient and steady state analysis of LTI control systems and frequency response Tools and techniques for LTI control system analysis Bode and Nyquist plots Root loci RouthHurwitz criterion Control system compensators Communications Random signals and noise Probability Random Variables Probability Density Function Autocorrelation Power Spectral Density Analog communication systems Elements of hardware SignalToNoise Ratio (SNR) Calculations for Amplitude Modulation (AM) Calculations for Frequency Modulation (FM) Information theory Channel capacity theorem Digital communication systems Pulse Code Modulation (PCM) Differential Pulse Code Modulation (DPCM) Digital Modulation Schemes Amplitude Shift Keying Phase Shift Keying Frequency Shift Keying Basics of TDMA FDMA, CDMA, and GSM Networks Network graphs Fundamental circuit matrices Solution methods: nodal and mesh analysis Network theorems Thevenin and Norton’s maximum power transfer Superposition WyeDelta transformation Steady state sinusoidal analysis Linear constant coefficient differential equations RLC circuits Time domain analysis Frequency domain analysis Solution of network equations using Laplace transforms State equations for networks
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