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Third Year Engineering (Semester V & VI) (Revised) Course for Academic Year 2009-10,
Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering,
TE, Semester VI
No. of Periods per
week (60 minutes each)
Sr.
No

Theoy
Termwork

2.
3.

4.
5.
6.

Subjects

Lect
ure

Practical

Microprocessors
&
MicrocontrollersII
Antenna & Wave
Propagation
Industrial
Economic &
Telecom
regulation
Digital
Communication
TV & Video
Elective

4

2

-

3

100

4

2

-

3

2

-

1*

4

2

4
4

Total….

1.

Tutorial

Marks
Duration
of
Theory
papers
(Hours)

Oral

Total

25

Prac
-tical
(3
Hrs.)
25

-

150

100

25

-

25

150

2

50

25

-

-

75

-

3

100

25

25

25

175

2
2

-

3
3

100
100

25
25

-

25
25

150
150

22

10

1

550

150

50

100

850

* In tutorial we should have case study/ Industrial Visit along with routine exercises.

SCHEME FOR OFFERING ELECTIVE TO STUDENTS (Any ONE): TE, VI Semester SEM VI:

SEM VI:

SEM VI:

SEM VI:

SEM VI:

1. ACOUSTICS 2.
MICRO 3.RADAR
4. DIGITAL 5. NEURAL
ENGINEERING ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING TELEPHONY NETWORKS
&
FUZZY
LOGIC

Wef 2009-10/T.E. EXTC MU/

1

University of Mumbai
CLASS: T.E. (Electronics & Telecommunication
Engineering)
SUBJECT: Microprocessors & Microcontrollers-II
Periods per week
Lecture
(each of 60 min.)
Practical
Tutorial
Evaluation System

Theory Examination
Practical examination
Oral Examination
Term Work
Total

Semester - VI

4
2
Hours
3
3
-

Marks
100
25
25
150

Module
Objective

Contents
The objective of this course is to introduce to the
students
16
bit
Microprocessors
&
Microcontrollers

Hours
-

Pre-requisite

concept of 8 bit Microprocessor and
Microcontroller
8086
and
8088
Microprocessors:
Architecture and organization of 8086/8088
microprocessors family, bus interface unit,
8086/8088 hardware pin signals, timing
diagram of 8086 family microprocessors,
simplified read/ write bus cycles, 8086
minimum and maximum modes of operation,
8086/8088 memory addressing, address
decoding, memory system design of 8086
family, timing considerations for memory
interfacing, input/output port addressing and
decoding, introduction to 8087 floating point
coprocessor and its connection to host 8086.
8086 assembly language programming:
Addressing modes, 8086 instruction formats
and instruction set, data transfer, arithmetic,
bit manipulation, string, program execution
transfer and program control instructions,
machine codes of 8086 instructions,
assemble language syntax, assembler
directives, initialization instructions, simple
sequential and looping programs in assemble
language, debugging assembly language
programs.

-

1

2

15

10

Wef 2009-10/T.E. EXTC MU/

2

3

Programmable Interface and peripheral
devices: Interfacing of 8155, 8255 and 8259
with 8086 and study and interfacing of 8257
DMA controller with 8086.

4

PIC Controllers: Introduction to Microchip PIC
family of Microcontrollers and development tools.
CPU architecture and instruction set, Harvard
Architecture and Pipelining. Program memory
considerations, Register file structure and
addressing modes, CPU Registers, Instruction
set.

8

15

8

5
Architecture PIC 16c6x of PIC microcontrollers,
features, interfacing of I/O devices with
PICcontrollers.,
16c7x.
PIC
memory
organization.

Theory Examination:
1. Question paper will comprise of total 7 questions, each of 20 marks. 2. All questions must be analytical and design oriented.
3. Only 5 questions need to be solved.
4. Question number 1 will be compulsory and will cover all modules. 5. Remaining questions will be mixed in nature. (e.g.- suppose Q.2 has part (a) from, module 3 then part (b) will be from any module other than module 3.)

6. In the question paper, weightage of...
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