K L UNIVERSITY M.TECH I SEMESTER 2010-11

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K L UNIVERSITY M.TECH I SEMESTER 2010-11 Date : 12-08-2010 Course No. Course Title

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CR5134 HIGH PERFORMANCE COMMUNICATION NETWORKS Ms G. Mary silvya

Instructor Theory

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Ms G. Mary silvya

Course Structure Course Structure

Course Description

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Antennas have become increasingly important to our society they are every where. At homes and work places, on cars and air craft, ships, satellites and space craft bristle with them. Although antennas may seem to have a bewildering, almost infinite variety they all operate according to the same basic principles of electromagnetic. Radiation mechanism, current distribution, impedance, apertures, horn antenna, Babinet’s principle, reflector antennas, synthesis technique, micro strip antenna feeding techniques, parameter measurements. 1. Scope and Objectives of the Course : The course is designed for M.Tech I year students to introduce how the radiation takes place, sources of radiation, current distribution, fundamentals of antenna system and parameters which are used in analysis, radiation mechanism of antenna, impedance concept which is very important parameter in reception and as well as in transmission. Unit-II is designed to know about radiation from different apertures and ground plane and also includes aperture fields of horn antenna because in practical experiments we prefer horn, different types of reflector antennas. It also covers design considerations, basic operation of slot antennas. In unit-III the fundamental principles of antenna theory and applications are discussed in detail. In unit IV the design and analysis of micro strip antennas are discussed. In unit V they study about what is EMI, how to control EMI and antenna measurement of parameters. After completion of the course the student has gain knowledge in  Usage of different antenna systems  Design considerations  Field excitations of antennas  Usage and design of antennas in distance communications  Calculation of system parameter in near & far field.

2.SYLLABUS : CR5134

HIGH PERFORMANCE COMMUNICATION NETWORKS

UNIT - I PRINCIPLES OF NETWORKS: Networking Principles, Network services, High performance networks, Network elements, Network Mechanisms, layered architecture UNIT - II PACKED SWITCHED NETWORKS: principles, OSI & TCP/IP models, transmission media, routing algorithms, Congestion control algorithms, Internetworking, Ethernet (IEEE 802.3), Token ring (IEEE 802.5), Token bus (IEEE 802.4), FDDI, Network security (cryptography, symmetric key algorithms, private key algorithms, digital signature, authentication protocols) UNIT - III THE INTERNET AND TCP/IP NETWORKS & CIRCUIT SWITCHED NETWORKS: Overview of Internet protocols, Internet control protocols, Elements of transport protocols, TCP & UDP, performance of TCP/IP networks, SONET, DWDM, Solitons.. UNIT-IV OPTICAL NETWORKS: Fiber principles (elements of optical fiber communication, acceptance angle, numerical aperture, modes, fiber types), optical links (point to point links, attenuation, optical budgeting, dispersion), splices, connectors. Optical lans, non semiconductors, optical amplifier, erbium doped fiber amplifier, coupler/splitter, optical switches. UNIT- V ATM NETWORKS: Main feature of ATM, Addressing, signaling, routing, ATM header structure. TEXT BOOKS: 1. Jean walrand and Pravin variya, “ High performance Communication networks” 2 nd Edition, Harcourt and Morgan Kauffman, London 2000. 2. Andrew S. Tanenbaum, “ Computer networks”, PHI private limited, new delhi.

REFERENCES : 1. Gerd Keiser, MC Graw Hill international edition, “optical fiber communication”, 3 rd edition.

2. John M senior, PHI limited, “optical fiber communication”, 3rd edition. 3. Leon Gracia, Widjaja, “Communication Networks”, Tata MC Graw – Hill, New Delhi, 2000. 4. Behroz a. Forouzan, “ Data commincation and Networking”, Tata MC Graw – Hill, New Delhi. 5. Sumit Kasera, pankaj sethi, “ ATM networks”, Tata MC Graw – Hill, New Delhi, 2000.

3. COURSE PLAN : The course plan is meant is a guideline. There may probably be changes. Lecture no 1

Learning Objective

Topics to be covered

PRICIPLES OF NETWORKS

Networking principles, Network services, layered architecture

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PRICIPLES OF NETWORKS

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PRICIPLES OF NETWORKS PRICIPLES OF NETWORKS PRICIPLES OF NETWORKS PRICIPLES OF NETWORKS PRICIPLES OF NETWORKS

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Reference

T1 pg 21-26, T1 pg 47-49, T1 pg 80-82 High performance T1 pg 49-50, networks, network T1 pg 51-53, Elements, Introduction T1 pg 56-79 to network mechanisms multiplexing

T1 pg 56-79

switching

T1 pg 56-79

Error control

T1 pg 56-79

Flow control

T1 pg 56-79

Congestion control, T1 pg 56-79 resource allocation PACKED SWITCHED Principles, OSI & T2 Pg 37-41, NETWORKS TCP/IP models, T2 pg 90-93 transmission media PACKED SWITCHED T2 Routing algorithms NETWORKS Pg 350-370 introduction and types PACKED SWITCHED T2 Routing algorithms NETWORKS Pg 350-370 introduction and types PACKED SWITCHED Linkk state algorithm T2 Pg 350NETWORKS 370

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PACKED SWITCHED Distance Vector NETWORKS algorithm

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PACKED SWITCHED Types of routing NETWORKS

T2 Pg 350370 T2 Pg 350370

PACKED SWITCHED

T2 pg 384-

algorithms

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Exclude Article(s)

NETWORKS

Congestion control algorithms

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PACKED SWITCHED Congestion control NETWORKS

T2 pg 384395

PACKED SWITCHED Different types of congestion control NETWORKS

T2 pg 384395

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PACKED SWITCHED Internetworking NETWORKS

T2 pg 418427

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PACKED SWITCHED NETWORKS Ethernet PACKED SWITCHED Token ring NETWORKS

T1 pg 47-438

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algorithms

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algorithms

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PACKED SWITCHED Token bus NETWORKS

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PACKED SWITCHED FDDI NETWORKS PACKED SWITCHED Network security and NETWORKS cryptography

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PACKED SWITCHED Symmetric key NETWORKS algorithms

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PACKED SWITCHED Private key algorithms NETWORKS PACKED SWITCHED Digital signature NETWORKS

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T1 pg 438443 T1 pg 438443 T1 pg 131 T2 pg 724735 T2 pg 737750

T2 pg 755763 PACKED SWITCHED Authentication protocol T2 pg 785NETWORKS 798 THE INTERNET TCP & UDP T1 pg 178AND TCP/IP 182 NETWORKS & CIRCUIT SWITCHED NETWORKS THE INTERNET AND TCP/IP NETWORKS & CIRCUIT SWITCHED NETWORKS THE INTERNET AND TCP/IP NETWORKS & CIRCUIT SWITCHED NETWORKS THE INTERNET AND TCP/IP NETWORKS & CIRCUIT SWITCHED NETWORKS THE INTERNET

Overview of Internet protocols

T1 pg 158

Internet control protocols

T1 pg 160176

Elements of transport protocol

T2 pg chapter 6

TCP & UDP

T1 pg 178-

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AND TCP/IP NETWORKS & CIRCUIT SWITCHED NETWORKS THE INTERNET AND TCP/IP NETWORKS & CIRCUIT SWITCHED NETWORKS THE INTERNET AND TCP/IP NETWORKS & CIRCUIT SWITCHED NETWORKS THE INTERNET AND TCP/IP NETWORKS & CIRCUIT SWITCHED NETWORKS THE INTERNET AND TCP/IP NETWORKS & CIRCUIT SWITCHED NETWORKS OPTICAL NETWORKS

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Performance of TCP/IP networks

T1 pg 186191

SONET

T1 pg 211215

DWDM,

T1 pg 223

solitons

T2 pg chapter 2

Fiber principles

R2 pg 14-16, R1 pg 35-41 T1 pg 540554 T1 pg 540554 R1 pg 228231 R1 pg 231247, R2 pg 349355 T1 pg 561563 R1 pg 423430 R1 pg 423430 R1 pg 423430 R1 pg 423430 R1 pg 423430 R1 pg 430437

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OPTICAL NETWORKS

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OPTICAL NETWORKS

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OPTICAL NETWORKS

splices

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OPTICAL NETWORKS

Connectors,

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OPTICAL NETWORKS

Non semiconductor

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OPTICAL NETWORKS

Optical lans

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OPTICAL NETWORKS

Optical amplifiers introduction types

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OPTICAL NETWORKS

Optical amplifier types

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OPTICAL NETWORKS

Optical amplifier types

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OPTICAL NETWORKS

Optical amplifier types

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OPTICAL NETWORKS

Optical amplifier types

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OPTICAL NETWORKS

Erbium doped fiber amplifier

OPTICAL NETWORKS OPTICAL NETWORKS

Coupler/splitter

R2 pg 249-62

Optical switches

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OPTICAL NETWORKS

Optical switches

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ATM NETWORKS

Main features of ATM

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ATM NETWORKS

Main features of ATM

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ATM NETWORKS

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ATM NETWORKS

Signaling

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ATM NETWORKS

PNNI routing

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ATM NETWORKS

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ATM NETWORKS

R2 542 R2 542 T1 267 T1 267 T1 272 T1 272 T1 272 T1 281 T1 281

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Discussion on previous question papers Discussion on previous question papers

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4. Evaluation Scheme : Component Duration (Minutes) Test – 1 50 Test – 2

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Surprise Quiz Quiz Comprehensive Examination

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Marks

pg 537pg 537pg 258pg 258pg 269pg 269pg 269pg 277pg 277-

Date & Time

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14.9.09 to 19.9.09

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10 TO 11.30A.M,. 26.10.09 to 31.10.09

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10 TO 11.30A.M,. 9 to 9.50 A.M,. 14.12.09 to 19.12.09

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9 to 9.50 A.M,. 31.12.09 9 to 12 A.M.

Attendance

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Chamber Consultation Hour: Thurs day: 3.00 to 4.00 pm

Tues day: 12.00 am to 1.00pm 6. Notices: All notices regarding course matters will be displayed in notice board. 7. Tutorials: The tutorials are intended to supplement the material taught in the lectures and practical solve problems and clear doubts. Class assignments, class tests, quiz will also be conducted during tutorials. Student must participate in the tutorial actively and prepared for it. 8. Self learning material: Unit 1: Layered architecture Unit 2: OSI&TCP/IP models, transmission media Unit 3: performance of TCP/IP networks Unit 4: Fiber principles(elements of optical fiber communication, acceptance angle, numerical aperture, modes, fiber types) Unit 5: signaling Course Coordinator

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