ISRO Syllabus of Scientist/Engineer for Electronics Engineering

ISRO Syllabus of Scientist/Engineer for Electronics Engineering

Syllabus for ISRO EC Branch:



Physical Electronics, Electron Devices, and ICs
• Power Switching Devices such as SCRs 
• GTOs • Power MOSFETs 
• Basics of ICs-bipolar 
• MOS and CMOS Types: Basic and Optoelectronics. 
• Electrons and Holes in semiconductors 
• Carner Statistics 
• Mechanism of Current Flow in a Semiconductor 
• Hall effect
• Junction Theory 
• Different Types of Diodes and their Characteristics 
• Bipolar Junction Transistor 
• Field Effect Transistors
Signals and Systems
• Random Signals and Probability • Correlation Functions • Spectral Density • Response of Linear system to random inputs • Classification of Signals and systems • System Modeling in terms of differential and difference equations• State Variable Representation • Fourier Series • Fourier Transforms and their application to system analysis • Laplace Transforms and their application to system analysis • Convolution and superposition integrals and their applications • Z-Transforms and their applications to the analysis and characterization of discrete time systems

Network Theory
• Network Analysis Techniques • Network Theorems • Transient Response • Steady-State Sinusoidal Response • Network Graphs and their
Applications in network analysis • Tellegen's theorem • Two port networks; Z, Y, h and Transmission parameters • Combination of two ports, analysis of common Two ports • Network Functions: Parts of Network Functions, Obtaining a Network Function from a given part • Transmission Criteria: Delay and Rise Time • Elmore's and other Definitions effect of Cascading • Elements of Network Synthesis

Analog Electronic Circuits
• Transistor Biasing and Stabilization
• Small Signal Analysis • Power Amplifiers • Frequency Response • Wide Banding Techniques • Feedback Amplifiers • Tuned Amplifiers • Oscillators, Rectifiers, and Power Supplies • Op Amp, PLL, Other linear integrated circuits and Applications • Pulse Shaping Circuits and Waveform generators

Digital Electronic Circuits
• Transistor as a Switching element • Boolean Algebra • Simplification of Boolean Function: Karnaugh map and Applications • IC Logic Gates and their Characteristics • IC Logic Families: DTL, TTL, ECL, NMOS, PMOS and CMOS gates and their comparison • Combinational Logic Circuits: Half Adder, Full Adder, Digital comparator, Multiplexer, De-multiplexer, • ROM and Their Applications • Flip-Flops: R-S, J-K, D, and T fliptops • Different Types of Counters and Registers • Waveform Generators • A/D and D/A Converters • Semiconductor Memories

Electromagnetic Theory
• Analysis of Electrostatic and Magneto-static fields • Laplace's and Poisson's equations • Boundary Value Problems and their solutions • Maxwell's equations • Application to Wave propagation in bounded and unbounded media • Transmission Lines: Basic Theory, Standing waves, Matching
applications, Microstrip lines • Basics of Wave Guides and Resonators • Elements of Antenna Theory

Communication Systems
• Basic Information theory • Modulation and Detection in Analogue and Digital systems • Sampling and Data Reconstructions • Quantization and Coding • Time Division and Frequency Division Multiplexing • Equalization • Optical Communication: In Free space and Fiber optic • Propagation of signals at HF, VHF, UHF and microwave frequency• Satellite Communication

Control Systems
• Transient and Steady State Response of Control systems 
• Effect of Feedback on Stability and sensitivity 
• Root Locus Techniques 
• Frequency Response Analysis 
• Concepts of Gain and Phase Margins 
• Constant-M and Constant-N Nichol's Chart 
• Approximation of Transient response from Constant-N Nichol's Chart 
• Approximation of Transient Response from Closed loop Frequency response 
• Design of Control Systems 
• Compensators
• Industrial controllers

Microwave Engineering
• Microwave Tubes and solid state devices 
• Microwave generation and amplifiers 
• Waveguides and other Microwave Components and Circuits 
• Microstrip circuits  
• Microwave Antennas  
• Microwave Measurements 
• Masers, Lasers 
• Microwave propagation
• Microwave Communication Systems: Terrestrial and Satellite based 
• Number Systems

Computer Engineering
• Data representation • Programming • Elements of a High level programming language PASCAL/C • Use of Basic Data Structures • Fundamentals of Computer Architecture • Processor Design • Control Unit Design • Memory organization, I/o System Organization • Microprocessors: Architecture and instruction set of Microprocessor's 8085 and 8086 • Assembly language Programming • Microprocessor Based system Design: Typical examples • Personal Computers and Their Typical uses 

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