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1 SRM UNIVERSITY FACULTY OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY SCHOOL OF ELECTRONICS AND ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT OF TCE COURSE PLAN Course Code : TE1018 Course Title : Microwave Radio And Optical Fiber Communications Semester : VI Semester Location : TP1306A Faculty Details SL. NO NAME OFFICE OFFICE HOURS ID 1 Ms.Priyalakshmi.B TP1306A Day2 AN Required Text Books: 1. Samuel Y.LIAO, Microwave Devices and Circuits, - Prentice Hall of India - 3rd ed Annapurna Das and Sisir K. Das, Microwave Engineering, - Tata McGraw- Hill, Gerd Keiser, "Optical Fiber Communication", McGraw -Hill International, Singapore, 4th ed., Objectives 1. Derive the S- Parameters for various microwave components Understand the working of Microwave semiconductor devices & their applications Gain knowledge about various Optical Fiber types, Optical Transmitters. Assessment details Cycle Test I : 15 Marks Surprise test-i : 5 Marks Cycle test- II : 25 Marks Attendance : 5 Marks Test Schedule SL.NO DATE TEST TOPICS DURATION 1 March Cycle test- I 1 to 18 3 HRS 2 April Cycle test- II 19 to 36 3 HRS Outcomes Students who have successfully completed this course will have able to do the following Course outcome Program outcome a. Students have complete exposure to 1. To bring to the students the information necessary to basics and Fundamentals of RF, understand both the RF, Microwave Microwave and optical Communication. 2. Students are introduced to the basics of different b. learn about microwave components, microwave components, microwave generators, amplifiers microwave generators, amplifiers and and micro strip lines micro strip lines also key photonic 3. Students are enabled to understand the fundamental devices that form the backbone of the concepts of optical transmitters and receivers along with optical communication systems transmission losses c. Students are able to design point-to- 4. Understands the fundamentals of light wave point, single or multi mode optical fibre communication systems. links. 5. Understands Optical Fiber Transmission Link also learns the various Losses in Optical Fibers.

2 DETAILED SESSION PLAN RF, MICROWAVE COMPONENTS: Radio Frequencies, Microwave Devices, Waveguide Tees - E-plane Tee, H-plane Tee, Magic Tee and their applications, Circulators and Isolators, Directional Couplers, Introduction to S parameters,properties of S parameters, S matrix of representation of multi-port network, S Matrix derivation for all components. Session Refer Teaching Testing Method Topics to be covered No ence Method 1. Radio Frequencies, Microwave Devices 2. Introduction to S parameters, Properties of S parameter 3. S matrix of representation of multi-port network 4. S Matrix derivation for all components Microwave Devices 5. Waveguide Tees - E-plane Tee 6. H-plane Tee, Magic Tee and their applications 7. Circulators and Isolators, 8. Directional Couplers 9. Directional Couplers MICROWAVE VACCUM TUBE DEVICES & MICROWAVE SOLID STATE DEVICES: Introduction, Two cavity Klystron, Multi cavity Klystron Amplifiers, Two cavity Klystron oscillator, Reflex Klystrons, Traveling Wave Tubes (TWTs)-Magnetron Oscillator. Solid state devices: Transferred Electron Devices and Avalanche Transit Time Devices 10. Introduction, Two cavity Klystron Multi cavity Klystron 11. Amplifiers, Two cavity Klystron oscillator 12. Two cavity Klystron oscillator contd 13. Reflex Klystrons 14. Traveling Wave Tubes (TWTs) 15. Magnetron Oscillator 16. Solid state devices: Transferred Electron Devices 17. Avalanche Transit Time Devices 18. Avalanche Transit Time Devices

3 INTRODUCTION TO MMIC & MICROWAVE COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS :Introduction to Micro strip Lines, & Integrated circuits, Materials, Integrated Circuit Growth, MMIC Fabrication Techniques, Microwave communication system - Friss Transmission Formula - Microwave Transmitters and Receivers - Noise Characterization of Microwave receiver. Introduction to Micro strip 19. Lines, & Monolithic Microwave Integrated circuits 20. Integrated circuits, Materials 21. Integrated Circuit Growth, 22. Integrated Circuit Growth, 23. MMIC Fabrication Techniques 24. Microwave communication system 25. Friss Transmission Formula 26. Microwave Transmitters and Receivers 27. Noise Characterization of Microwave receiver. INTRODUCTION TO OPTICAL FIBERS: Element of an Optical Fiber Transmission link- Optical fiber types-structure of Step index, Graded index and single mode fiber-ray Optics- Attenuation - Absorption losses, Scattering losses, Bending Losses, Core and Cladding losses. Signal Distortion in Optical Wave guides- Material Dispersion, Wave guide Dispersion. 28. Element of an Optical Fiber Transmission link Optical fiber types-structure 29. of Step index, Graded index and single mode fiber 30. Ray Optics- Attenuation - Absorption losses 31. Scattering losses 32. Bending Losses, Core and Cladding losses 33. Signal Distortion in Optical Wave guides 34. Material Dispersion 35. Wave guide Dispersion

4 36. Wave guide Dispersion OPTICAL TRANSMITER AND RECIEVER :LED sources and LASER diode sources- Quantum efficiency- PIN and APD diodes-receiver Configuration Fiber amplifiers - Erbium-doped Fiber Amplifiers (EDFA).Fibre -to- Fibre joints, Fibre splicing and connectors. Point-to-Point links System considerations -Link Power budget -Rise - time budget -Noise Effects on System Performance. 37. LED sources LASER diode sources 38. Quantum efficiency 39. PIN and APD diodes 40. Receiver Configuration Fiber amplifiers Erbium- 41. doped Fiber Amplifiers (EDFA) 42. Fibre -to- Fibre joints Fibre splicing and connectors 43. Point-to-Point links System considerations 44. Link Power budget - Rise time budget 45. Noise Effects on System Performance

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