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POST GRADUATE COMMON ENTRANCE TEST-2015 (SKUCET – 2015)
SKUCET-2015 :: SYLLABUS
TEST-10: ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATIONS
SECTION-A
Circuit Analysis and Electronic Devices
AC Fundamentalsand Passive networks: The Sine wave –Average and RMS values, Concept of voltage and current sources – KVL and KCL- Application to simple circuits (AC and DC) consisting of resistors and sources (one or two).
Network theorems (DC and AC): Superposition Theorem–Thevenin’s Theorem– Norton’s Theorem–Maximum power transfer Theorem–Millman Theorem- Reciprocity Theorem – Application to simple networks.
RC and RL Circuits: Transient response of RL and RC circuits with step input– time constants. Frequency response of RC and RL circuits – Types of
Filters: Low pass filter – High pass filter – frequency response – Passive differentiating and integrating circuits.
Resonance: Series resonance and parallel resonance RLC circuits – Resonant frequency – Q factor – Band width – Selectivity.
PN Junction: Depletion region – Junction capacitance – Diode equation (no derivation) – construction, working-I characteristics and simple applications of i) Junction diode ii) Zener diode iii) Tunnel diode and iv) Varactor diode.
Bipolar Junction Transistor (BJT): PNP and NPN transistors–current components in BJT – BJT static characteristics (Input and Output) – Early effect- CB, CC, CE configurations (cut off, active, and saturation regions) CE configuration as two port network – h-parameters – h-parameter equivalent circuit. Experimental arrangement to study input and output characteristics of
BJT in CE configuration.
Field Effect Transistor (FET): Structure and working of JFET and MOSFET
– output and transfer characteristics –Application of FET as voltage variable resistor and MOSFET as a switch – Advantages of FET over transistor.
Uni Junction Transistor (UJT): Structure and working of UJTCharacteristics. Application of UJT as a relaxation oscillator.
Silicon Controlled Rectifier (SCR): Structure and working of SCR. Two transistor representation, Application of SCR for power control.
Photo Electric Devices: Structure and operation of LDR, Photo voltaic cell, Photo diode, Photo transistors and LED.

SECTION-B
Analog Circuits and Communications
Power Supplies: Rectifiers– Half wave, full wave and bridge rectifiers- Efficiency- Ripple factor- Regulation – Harmonic components in rectified output – Types of filters- Choke input (inductor) filter- Shunt capacitor filter- L section and section filters – Block diagram of regulated power supply – Series and shunt regulated power supplies – Three terminal regulators (78XX and 79XX) – Principle and working of switch mode power supply (SMPS).
RC Coupled and feedback Amplifiers: Operational Amplifiers: Differential amplifier- Block diagram of Op-Amp- Ideal characteristics of Op-Amp- Op-Amp parameters- Input resistance- Output resistance- Common mode rejection ratio (CMMR)- Slew rate- Offset voltages – Input bias current- Basic Op-Amp circuits- Inverting Op-Amp- Virtual ground- Non-inverting Op-Amp- Frequency response of Op-Amp. Interpretation of Op-Amp data sheets and Linear Applications of Op-Amps.
Communications: Need for modulation-Types of modulation- Amplitude, Frequency and Phase modulation. Amplitude modulation-side bandsmodulation index- square law diode modulator- Demodulation- diode detector.
Frequency modulation working of simple frequency modulator- Ratio detection of FM waves- Advantages of frequency modulation.AM and FM radio receivers

SECTION-C
Digital Electronics – Microprocessor/Microcontrollers and Interfacing Introduction to number systems, Logic gates OR, AND, NOT, X-OR, NAND, NOR gates – Truth tables – Positive and negative logic – Logic families and their characteristics – RTL, DTL, ECL, TTL and CMOS.– Universal building blocks NAND and NOR gates. Laws of Boolean algebra De Morgan’s Theorems – Boolean identities – Simplification of Boolean expressions– Karnaugh Maps – Sum of products (SOP) and Product of sums (POS).
Combinational and Sequential circuits: Multiplexer and De-Multiplexer – Decoder, Half adder, Full adder and Parallel adder circuits. Flip flops – RS, D, JK and JK Master-Slave (working and truth tables) and Semiconductor memories.
Introduction to Microcomputer and Microprocessor: Intel 8085 Microprocessor – central processing unit CPU – arithmetic and logic unit ALU – timing and control unit – register organization – address, data and control buses- pin configuration of 8085 and its description. Timing diagrams- Instruction cycle, machine cycle, fetch and execute cycles. Instruction set of 8085, instruction and data formats- classification of instructions –addressing modes and interfacing peripherals and applications. Programmable peripheral interface of 8255, 8279, 8253 and 8251.
Introduction to microcontrollers and interfacing: Overview and block diagram of 8051. Architecture of 8051. Program counter and memory organization. Data types and directives, Flag bits and PSW Register, Register banks and Stack; Pin diagram, Port organisation, I/O Programming, Bit manipulation. Interrupts and timer and Addressing modes, instruction set and assembly language programming of 8051. Interfacing with 8051 Micro controller – Seven segments, DAC, ADC, Stepper Motor and LCD Display.

TEST – 12: ENGLISH
SECTION – A
I. A COURSE IN LISTENING AND SPEAKING I
II. POETRY
Title of the Poem
1. OdetoAutumn
2. Dover Beach
3. The Unknown Citizen
4. Insensibility
5. Song-36 from Gitanjali
6. From Home Coming
7. Telephone Conversation
III. PROSE
Title of the Prose Lesson
1. Spoken English and Broken English
2. The Conjuror’s Revenge
3. The Best Investment I Ever Made
4. Prospects of Democracy
5. I Have a Dream
Short Stories
1. How Far is the River
2. Little Girls are Wiser than Men
One-Act Plays
1. Sacrifice (The Last Act only)
2. Merchant of Venice (The Casket Scene only)
Name of the Poet
John Keats
Matthew Arnold
W. H. Auden
Wilfred Owen
Rabindranath Tagore
Parthasararhy
Wole Soyinka
Name of the Author
G. B. Shaw
Stephen Leacock
A. J. Cronin
Dr. B. R. Ambedkar
Martin Luther King
Ruskin Bond
Leo Tolstoy
Rabindranath Tagore William Shakespeare
V. GRAMMAR AND VOCABULARY
1. Verb Forms
2. Synonyms, Antonyms, Homonyms, and One-Word Substitutes
3. Idioms
4. Detection of Errors

SECTION – B
VI. A CO URSE IN LISTENING AND SPEAKING II
VII. POETRY
Title of the Poem Name of the Poet
1. The Sunne Rising John Donne
2. The Solitary Reaper William Wordsworth
3. The Road Not Taken Robert Frost
4. Refugee Mother and Child Chinua Achebe
5. Good Bye Party for Miss Pushpa T.s Nissim Ezekiel
6. I Will Embrace Only the Sun Tripuraneni Srinivas
VIII. PROSE
Title of the Prose Lesson Name of the Author
1. Mr. Know-All Somerset Maugham
2. Film-Making Satyajit Ray
3. Not Just Oranges Isai Tobolsky
4. A Talk on Advertising Herman Wouk
5. On Shaking Hands A. G. Gardiner
6. Decolonizing the Mind Ngugi wa Thiang’o
Short Stories
1. Gajar Halwa Gita Hariharan
2. My Brother, My Brother Norah Burke One-Act Plays
1. The Never-Never Nest Cedric Mount
2. Julius Caesar (Caesar’s Murder Scene only) William Shakespeare
X. GRAMMAR AND VOCABULARY

SECTION – C
XI. DRAMA
1. Othello William Shakespeare
2. Saint Joan George Bernard Shaw
3. Death of a Salesman Arthur Miller
XII. NOVEL
1. Pride and Prejudice Jane Austen
2. Mrs. Dalloway Virginia Woolf
3. That Long Silence Shashi Deshpande

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