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Wiley Acing the GATE: Electronics and Communication Engineering, 2ed, 2021

Anil K. Maini, Varsha Agrawal, Nakul Maini

ISBN: 9788126571864

1580 pages

INR 999

Description

This book is aimed to present the subject of electronics and communication engineering in a systematic, integrated and precise manner, primarily to meet the requirements of the aspirants of GATE (EC) and to truly help them qualify the examination without unreasonable strain. The book is a self-explanatory and fully competent text which is equally useful for similar competitive examinations and undergraduate courses in electronics and communication engineering. This book aims to solve problems faced by aspirants in terms of extensive syllabus coverage, existing incongruity with syllabus, unavailability of a standard book, etc.

Preface

About the Authors

Acing the GATE

 

PART I: NETWORKS, SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS

1 Network Solution Methods: Nodal and Mesh Analysis

2 Network Theorems

3 Steady-State Sinusoidal Analysis Using Phasors

4 Time Domain and Frequency Domain Analysis of RLC Circuits

5 Solution of Network Equations Using Laplace Transform

6 Linear Two-Port Networks

7 State Equations for Networks

8 Network Graphs

9 Continuous-Time Signals

10 Discrete Time Signals

11 Linear Time-Invariant (LTI) Systems

 

PART II: ELECTRONIC DEVICES

12 Energy Bands in Intrinsic and Extrinsic Silicon

13 Carrier Transport, Generation and Recombination

14 P-N Junctions Diodes, BJTS, MOS Capacitor and FETs

15 Integrated Circuit Fabrication Process

 

PART III: ANALOG CIRCUITS

16 Small Signal Equivalent Circuits of Diodes, BJTs and MOSFETS

17 Simple Diode Circuits

18 Single-Stage BJT and Mosfet Amplifiers: Biasing and Bias Stability

19 Single-Stage BJT and MOSFET Amplifiers: Mid-Frequency Small

20 BJT and MOSFET Amplifiers: Multi-Stage, Differential, Feedback, Power and Operational

21 Simple Opamp Circuits

22 Active Filters

23 Sinusoidal Oscillators

24 Function Generators, Wave-Shaping Circuits and 555 timers

25 Voltage Reference Circuits and Power Supplies

 

PART IV: DIGITAL CIRCUITS

26 N umber Systems

27 Combinatorial Circuits: Boolean Algebra & Minimization of Functions Using Boolean Ierenesties and Minimization of functions Using and Karnaugh Map

28 Combinatorial Circuits: Logic Gates and their Implementation (TTL, ECL and CMOS)

29 Combinatorial Circuits: Arithmetic Circuits, Code Converters, Multiplexers, Demultiplexers, Decoders and PLDs (PROMs, PLAs and PALs)

30 Sequential Circuits

31 Data converters

32 8-Bit Microprocessor (8085)

33 Semiconductor Memories

 

PART V: CONTROL SYSTEMS

34 Control System Basics: Basic Control system Components, Feedback Principle, Transfer Function, Block Diagram Representations and Signal Flow Graph

35 Transient and Steady-State Analysis of LTI systems

36 Frequency Response (Nyquist Plots and Bode Plots) and Stability (Routh-Hurwitz) and Nyquist-Stability Criteria) of Control Systems

37 Root Locus Plots

38 Lag, Lead and Lag-Lead Compensation

39 State Variable Model and Solution of State Equation of LTI Systems

 

PART VI: COMMUNICATIONS

40 Random Processes

41 Analog Communications

42 Information Theory

43 Digital Communications

44 Fundamentals of Error Correction, Timing and Frequency Synchronization and Inter-Symbol Interference

45 Basics of TDMA, FDMA and CDMA

 

PART VII: ELECTROMAGNETICS

46 Electrostatics

47 Maxwell’s Equations

48 Plane Waves and properties

49 Transmission Lines

50 Waveguides and Light Propagation in Optical Fibres

51 Basics of Antennas

52 Basics of Radar

 

Solved GATE Papers 2018

Solved GATE Papers 2019

Solved GATE Papers 2020

Index