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Lab Manuals for Digital Communication Techniques - DCT By Nihar Ranjan Rout

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LABORATORY RECORD ON DIGITAL COMMUNICATION TECHNIQUE  Compiled by : Prof. Saumendra Behera ECE Dept.  Gramatically checked by : Prof. Susant Pradhan Dept. of English  Proof reading & Edited by : Prof.Sideswar Routray ECE Dept.  Chief Editor : Prof. (Dr.) Pravat Kumar Subudhi Dean ( Academics) 3rd yr. Course coordinator  Edition: Seventh Edition : 2016  Published by : Gandhi Institute For Technology (GIFT), Bhubaneswar  Copyright by : GANDHI INSTITUTE FOR TECHNOLOGY, BHUBANESWAR No part of this manual may be reproduced in any form or by any means without permission from Gandhi Institute For Technology, Bhubaneswar. 2

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GANDHI INSTITUTE FOR TECHNOLOGY BHUBANESWAR VISION To suffice for educational demand of the globe, by achieving excellence through a systematic edifice of performance and service revolving around intellectual, personal and professional growth by encouraging innovation and research built upon tradition of unparalleled quality. MISSION  To advance knowledge in major paradigms of technology and to create a distinctive culture of research and innovation among the budding engineers with collaboration of faculties, technocrats, funding agencies and experts from other premier institutes for generating a pool of professionals,  To generate a pool of eco-preneurs with the ability to address the industry and social issues of highest standard with inherent concern for environment,  To meet the expectations of our society by equipping our students to stride forth as resourceful citizens and conscious of the immense responsibilities to make the world a better place to live in,  To create at least one Center of Excellency within upcoming two academic years in one of the specialized engineering domain. 3

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DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING VISION To establish a conducive ambience for advancing and enriching the knowledge of electronics and communication engineering, through qualitative and holistic collaboration among students, faculty members, PG Scholars, Domain experts from premier institutions and Research laboratories. MISSION To advance knowledge and educate in major paradigms of electronics and communication engineering, circuit design and signal processing and to create a distinctive culture of research and innovation among faculty members and students, with an inherent focus on behavioral and communication aspects, so as to generate a pool of admirable quality of professionals and entrepreneurs with the ability to address the industry and social problems. 4

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Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs) 1. Graduates will gain the ability to identify, formulate, and solve challenging electronics and communication problems in order to advance in professional career. 2. Gra duates  will develop professional conduct , int erpers onal a nd  communication skill to communicate their ideas with peers. 3. Graduates will gain the ability to carry out research and adapt to current changes by inculcating habit of life long learning. 4. Graduates will able to analyze real life problems, design technically sound, economically and socially viable solutions. Program Outcomes PO 1: Graduate would be able to apply knowledge of mathematics, science and basic engineering for finding solutions of complex engineering problems. PO 2: Graduate would be able to identify & design solutions for complex electronics and communication systems through required mathematical principles,natural sciences and specialized knowledge in electronics and communication engineering. PO 3: Graduate would be able to conduct investigation by using research based knowledge, prepare appropriate experimental setups and able to analyze, interpret and synthesize the data generated for finding suitable solutions. PO 4 : Graduate would be able to simulate or model complex electronics and communication systems by selecting and using modern tools & techniques. PO 5: Graduate would be able to understand the impact of professional engineering solutions in societal, cultural, safety standards, legal issues, PO 6: Graduate would be able to exercise various management principles at individual as well as in a team level and should be able to effectively communicate their deliverables to engineering community. PO 7: Graduate would be able to recognize the need of progressive benefits of lifelong learning in order to adapt to the technical changes. 5

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