SN | Lec. No | Subject/Topics |
Computer Network by Ghosh, Sujoy , IIT, Khadagpur | ||
1 |
Lec.-01 | Emergence of Networks & Reference Models |
2 |
Lec.-02 | Network Topology |
3 |
Lec.-03 | Physical Medium-I |
4 |
Lec.-04 | Physical Medium-II |
5 |
Lec.-05 | Multiplexing (Sharing a Medium) |
6 |
Lec.-06 | Telecom Networks |
7 |
Lec.-07 | Switches-I |
8 |
Lec.-08 | Pocket Switches |
9 |
Lec.-09 | SONET/SDH |
10 |
Lec.-10 | Fiber Optic Components |
11 |
Lec.-11 | Routing and weblenght Assignment in WDM all-optical networks |
12 |
Lec.-12 | Protection and Restoration |
13 |
Lec.-13 | Multiple Access |
14 |
Lec.-14 | Token Based Mac |
15 |
Lec.-15 | Data Link Protocols |
16 |
Lec.-16 | Error Control |
17 |
Lec.-17 | Stop & Wait Protocol |
18 |
Lec.-18 | Satellite Communication |
19 |
Lec.-19 | Ethernet - CSMA/CD |
20 |
Lec.-20 | Modern Ethernet |
21 |
Lec.-21 | Local Internetworking |
22 |
Lec.-22 | Cellular Networks |
23 |
Lec.-23 | Wireless Network |
24 |
Lec.-24 | ATM : Asynchronous Transfer Mode |
25 |
Lec.-25 | ATM : Signaling, Routing and LAN Emulation |
26 |
Lec.-26 | Introduction to Routing |
27 |
Lec.-27 | RIP- Distance Vector Routing |
28 |
Lec.-28 | IP Version 4 |
29 |
Lec.-29 | IP Version 6 & Mobile IP |
30 |
Lec.-30 | UDP & Client Server |
31 |
Lec.-31 | TCP |
32 |
Lec.-33 | DHCP and ICMP |
33 |
Lec.-34 | DNS & Directory |
34 |
Lec.-35 | Congestion Control |
35 |
Lec.-36 | QOS & Multimedia |
36 |
Lec.-37 | Network Management |
37 |
Lec.-38 | Security |
38 |
Lec.-39 | FTP - SMTP |
39 |
Lec.-40 | HTTP |
Digital Communication by Dey, Bikash Kumar, IIT, Bombey | ||
40 |
Lec.-01 | Introduction to Digital Communication- |
41 |
Lec.-02 | Sampling- |
42 |
Lec.-03 | Quantization , PCM and Delta Modulation- |
43 |
Lec.-04 | Probability and Random Process-(2) |
44 |
Lec.-06 | Channels and their Models |
45 |
Lec.-07 | Channels and their Models (Part -2) |
46 |
Lec.-08 | Information Theory (Part - 1)-(2) |
47 |
Lec.-10 | Bandpass Signal Representation (Part 1)-(2) |
Industrial Instrumentation by Baura, Alok, IIT, Khadagpur | ||
48 | Lec.-01 | Introduction |
49 | Lec.-02 | Dynamic Characteristics |
50 | Lec.-03 | Dynamic Characteristics ( Contd.) |
51 | Lec.-04 | Strain Gauge |
52 | Lec.-05 | Load Cell |
53 | Lec.-06 | Torque Measurement |
54 | Lec.-07 | Thermistor |
55 | Lec.-08 | Thermocouples |
56 | Lec.-09 | Resistance Temperature Detector |
57 | Lec.-10 | LDVT |
58 | Lec.-11 | Capacitance Transducers |
59 | Lec.-12 | Flowmeter - I |
60 | Lec.-13 | Flowmeter - II |
61 | Lec.-14 | Flowmeter - III |
62 | Lec.-15 | Flowmeter - IV |
63 | Lec.-16 | Flowmeter - V |
64 | Lec.-17 | Problems on Temperature Sensors |
65 | Lec.-18 | Pressure Sensors |
66 | Lec.-19 | Low Pressure Measurement |
67 | Lec.-20 | pH and Viscosity Measurement |
68 | Lec.-21 | Problems and Solutions on Industrial Instrumentation |
69 | Lec.-22 | Signal Conditioning Circuits-I |
70 | Lec.-23 | Signal Conditioning Circuits-II |
71 | Lec.-24 | Piezoelectric Sensors |
72 | Lec.-25 | Ultrasonic Sensors |
73 | Lec.-30 | Synchro |
74 | Lec.-31 | Dissolved Oxygen Sensors-I |
75 | Lec.-32 | Dissolved Oxygen Sensors-II |
Power System Analysis by Sinha, A.K., IIT, Khadagpur | ||
76 | Lec.-01 | Introduction |
77 | Lec.-02 | Introduction to Single line Diagram, Symbols used for PS components, Introduction to per unit Representation, Selection of Base Quantites, Advantages of PU System |
78 | Lec.-03 | Transmission Line Parameters |
79 | Lec.-04 | Inductance Calculation ( Three Phase) |
80 | Lec.-05 | Transmission line Capacitance |
81 | Lec.-06 | Transmission line Capacitance ( Contd.) |
82 | Lec.-07 | Transmission line Modeling |
83 | Lec.-08 | Transmission line Modeling long line ( contd.) |
Transmission Lines by Shevgaonkar, R.K., IIT, Bombay | ||
84 | Lec.-01 | Electromagnetic Waves |
85 | Lec.-02 | Transmission lines & E.M. Waves |
86 | Lec.-03 | Transit Time Effect, Distributed elements, differential equations for voltage and current, voltage and current waves, propagation constant |
87 | Lec.-05 | Loss-Less Transmission Line |
88 | Lec.-06 | Impendance Transformation Relation |
89 | Lec.-07 | Graphical Approach |
90 | Lec.-09 | Identification of load from standing wave pattern |
91 | Lec.-10 | Measurement of unknown Impedance |
92 | Lec.-11 | Impendance Measurment, Circuit element, step-up Transformer, Impendance Matching |
93 | Lec.-13 | Lossy Transmission Line |
94 | Lec.-15 | Measurement of Impedance |
95 | Lec.-16 | Cartesiation Coordinates |
96 | Lec.-17 | Curl of Vector F |
97 | Lec.-20 | Boundary Conditions |
98 | Lec.-21 | Unbound, isotropic, Homogeneous |
99 | Lec.-23 | Wave Polarigation |
100 | Lec.-24 | State of polarigation |
101 | Lec.-25 | Medium with Finite Conductivity |
102 | Lec.-26 | Good Conductor |
103 | Lec.-27 | Power flow in an EM Wave |
104 | Lec.-28 | Surface current & Power Loss in a Conductor |
105 | Lec.-30 | Plane Wave at Media Interface |
106 | Lec.-31 | Reflection & Refraction at Dielectric Interface |
107 | Lec.-33 | Incident Wave |
108 | Lec.-34 | Reflection from Conducting Boundary |
109 | Lec.-35 | Parallel Plane Wave Guide |
110 | Lec.-37 | Analysis of Waveguide General Approach |
Wireless Communication by Bose, Ranjan, IIT, Delhi | ||
111 | Lec.-01 | Motivation and Introduction |
112 | Lec.-02 | Types of wireless Communication |
113 | Lec.-03 | The modern wireless Communication Systems |
114 | Lec.-04 | The cellular concept - System Design issues |
115 | Lec.-05 | Cell capacity and reuse |
116 | Lec.-06 | Interference and System capacity |
117 | Lec.-07 | Improving coverage and system capacity |
118 | Lec.-08 | Mobile Radio Propagation |
119 | Lec.-09 | Mobile Radio Propagation Contd |
120 | Lec.-10 | Mobile Radio Propagation Contd |
121 | Lec.-11 | Mobile Radio Propagation Contd |
122 | Lec.-12 | Mobile Radio Propagation Contd |
123 | Lec.-13 | Mobile Radio Propagation Contd |
124 | Lec.-14 | Mobile Radio Propagation II |
125 | Lec.-15 | Mobile Radio Propagation II |
126 | Lec.-16 | Mobile Radio Propagation II |
127 | Lec.-17 | Mobile Radio Propagation II |
128 | Lec.-18 | Mobile Radio Propagation II |
129 | Lec.-19 | Mobile Radio Propagation II |
130 | Lec.-20 | Mobile Radio Propagation II Contd-lec20 |
131 | Lec.-28 | Modulation Techniques for Mobile Communications |
132 | Lec.-29 | Equalization and Diversity Techniques |
133 | Lec.-30 | Equalization and Diversity Techniques |
134 | Lec.-31 | Equalization and Diversity Techniques |
135 | Lec.-32 | Equalization and Diversity Techniques |
136 | Lec.-33 | Coding Techniques for Mobile Communications |
137 | Lec.-34 | Coding Techniques for Mobile Communications |
138 | Lec.-35 | Coding Techniques for Mobile Communications |
139 | Principles of Modern CDMA MIMO OFDM Wireless Communications by Prof. Aditya K. Jagannatham, | |
140 | Lec.-01 | Evolution of Wireless Communication Technologies |
141 | Lec.-02 | Modeling Wireless Channel |
142 | Lec.-03 | Wireless Fading Channel Model |
143 | Lec.-04 | Fading Channel Distribution |
C Programming, NPTEL | ||
144 | Lec.-01 | Intro - Process of programming-mod01 |
145 | Lec.-02 | Intro - GCD-mod01 |
146 | Lec.-03 | Intro - Programming cycle-mod01 |
147 | Lec.-04 | Intro - Tracing a simple program-mod01 |
148 | Lec.-05 | Intro - Variables-mod01 |
149 | Lec.-06 | Intro - Operators-mod01 |
150 | Lec.-07 | Loops - While-mod01 |
151 | Lec.-08 | Loops - While example-mod01 |
152 | Lec.-09 | Loops - While GCD example-mod01 |
153 | Lec.-10 | Loops - Longest 1-mod01(2) |
154 | Lec.-11 | Loops - Longest 2-mod01 |
155 | Lec.-12 | Loops - Longest 3-mod01 |
156 | Lec.-13 | Loops - Do-while-mod01 |
157 | Lec.-14 | Loops - Matrix using nested loops-mod01 |
158 | Lec.-15 | Loops - For-mod01 |
159 | Lec.-16 | Loops - Matrix using nested for loops-mod01 |
160 | Lec.-17 | Loops - Break statement-mod01 |
161 | Lec.-18 | Loops - Continue statement-mod01 |
162 | Lec.-19 | Loops - Continue statement example-mod01 |
163 | Lec.-20 | Data types in C-mod01 |
164 | Lec.-21 | ASCII code-mod01 |
165 | Lec.-22 | Operators Expressions Associativity-mod01 |
166 | Lec.-23 | Precedence of operators-mod01 |
167 | Lec.-24 | Expression evaluation-mod01(2) |
168 | Lec.-25 | Functions - Introduction-mod01 |
169 | Lec.-26 | Functions - How functions are executed-mod01 |
170 | Lec.-27 | Functions - Examples - 1-mod01 |
171 | Lec.-28 | Functions - Examples - 2-mod01 |
172 | Lec.-29 | Arrays in C-mod01 |
173 | Lec.-30 | Initializing arrays-mod01(2) |
174 | Lec.-31 | Initializing character arrays-mod01 |
175 | Lec.-32 | Pointers in C-mod01 |
176 | Lec.-33 | Pointer arithmetic-mod01 |
Adaptive Filter, by Srivastava, Rahul , NPTEL | ||
177 | Lec.-16 | Introduction to Adaptive FIlters |
Cognitive Radio, NPTEL | ||
178 | PPT | Cooperative spectrum sensing in cognitive radio |
179 | PPT | Cooperative Spectrum Sensing with Cluster-Based Architecture in Cognitive Radio Networks.wmv |
180 | PPT | DalalKapil_EEE6509_Project_video |
181 | PPT | PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF COOPERATIVE SPECTRUM SENSING IN COGNITIVE RADIO NETWORK |
182 | PPT | Seminar Report on 5g Technology |
Probability and Random Process_Communication Engineering by Prof. Prasad Surendra, IIT, Delhi | ||
183 | Lec.-27 | Review of Probability Theory and Random Process |
184 | Lec.-28 | Review of Probability Theory and Random Variables |
185 | Lec.-29 | Random Processes |
186 | Lec.-30 | Random Processes |
187 | Lec.-31 | Random Processes |
188 | Lec.-32 | Gaussian Random Processes |
Small Science With a Big Future- Breakthroughs in Nanotechnology by Stanford University | ||
189 | Lec. | Small Science With a Big Future- Breakthroughs in Nanotechnology |
Engineering Mathamatics-I, by Srivastava, P D - IIT, Khadagpur | ||
190 | Lec.-01 | Rolles Theorem |
191 | Lec.-02 | Genaralized Mean Value Theorem and L' Hospital Rule |
192 | Lec.-03 | Interminate Forms |
193 | Lec.-04 | Taylor's and maclaurin formula |
194 | Lec.-05 | Asyamptote |
195 | Lec.-06 | convexity, concavity and point of inflection |
196 | Lec.-07 | curvature of a curve |
197 | Lec.-08 | Functions of several variables, concepts of limits |
198 | Lec.-09 | Concept of continuity |
199 | Lec.-10 | Partial Derivatives |
200 | Lec.-11 | Total derivative of composite function |
201 | Lec.-12 | Partial Derivative of higher order |
202 | Lec.-13 | Taylor formula for function of two variables |
203 | Lec.-14 | Maximum and minimum of a function of several variables |
204 | Lec.-15 | Lagrange's method of multipliers |
205 | Lec.-16 | Tutorial-I |
206 | Lec.-17 | Tutorial-II |
207 | Lec.-18 | Tutorial-III(Problem based on Euler's theorem) |
208 | Lec.-19 | Differencial equation of first order and first degree-introduction |
209 | Lec.-20 | Liner equations and Bernouli's form & Homogeneous Equations |
210 | Lec.-21 | Exat Differencial equations |
211 | Lec.-22 | Higher Order linear differencial equations |
212 | Lec.-23 | Higher Order linear differencial equations (contd..) |
213 | Lec.-24 | Higher Order linear differencial equations (contd..) |
214 | Lec.-25 | System of simultaneous linear equations with constant coefficients |
215 | Lec.-26 | System of simultaneous linear equations with constant coefficients (contd.) & Tutorial |
216 | Lec.-27 | Introduction to complex number system |
217 | Lec.-28 | Various concepts in the complex plane |
218 | Lec.-29 | Limit and continuity |
219 | Lec.-30 | Defferentiability and Analyticity |
220 | Lec.-31 | Continue (Analytic function), Harmonic Function |
221 | Lec.-32 | Integration of Complex Functions |
222 | Lec.-33 | Integration of Complex Functions ( Contd.) |
223 | Lec.-34 | Cauchi Integral Theorem |
224 | Lec.-35 | Cauchy Integral Formula |
225 | Lec.-36 | Power Series, Taylor's Formula |
226 | Lec.-37 | Taylor's Series and Laurent Series |
227 | Lec.-38 | Laurent Series ( Contd.) |
228 | Lec.-39 | Zeros, Singularrities and Residues |
Electrical Machine-I, by Bhattacharya, T K , IIT, Khadagpur | ||
229 | Lec.-01 | Review of Circuit Concepts (Review-1) |
230 | Lec.-02 | Concepts of active & reactive Power ( Review-2) |
231 | Lec.-03 | Magnetic circuit & Magnetizing current |
232 | Lec.-04 | Ideal Transformer- Its Properties |
233 | Lec.-05 | Phasor Diagram & Equivalent Circuit of I.T - Referred to both sides |
234 | Lec.-06 | Bringing Realities to Ideal Transformer : Finite Magnetising Current |
235 | Lec.-07 | Taking into account the Core Loss : Eddy Current Loss & Hysteresis Loss |
236 | Lec.-08 | Effecting of winding resistances & Leakage fluxes - Exact & Approx. Equivalent circuit |
237 | Lec.-09 | Determination of equivalent circuit parameters from O.C & S, C tests |
238 | Lec.-10 | Losses, Efficiency & All Day efficiency |
239 | Lec.-11 | Regulation - Its Importance & Expression |
240 | Lec.-12 | A Typical numerical Problem |
241 | Lec.-13 | Two winding transformer as Autotrans |
242 | Lec.-14 | Types of Three phase transformer & basic connections |
243 | Lec.-15 | Vector Groups - Various connections in detail |
244 | Lec.-16 | A Single unit 3- phase transformer Vs Bank of 3-phase transformer |
245 | Lec.-17 | Zig-Zag connections |
246 | Lec.-18 | Effect of Harmonic Magnetising Current |
247 | Lec.-19 | Phase Conversion - 3 - phase to 6-phase/1 2-phase and 2- phase |
248 | Lec.-20 | Per phase equivalent circuit of a 3-phase transformer - A typical problem |
249 | Lec.-21 | Parallel operation of transformers |
250 | Lec.-22 | Parallel operation continued and sumpner's test |
251 | Lec.-23 | Basic concepts of generator & motor operation |
252 | Lec.-24 | Electrical & Mechanical degrees and conditions for production of electromagnetic |
253 | Lec.-25 | MMF distribution in rotating machine & elementary 3-phase winding |
254 | Lec.-26 | Production of Rotating Magnetic Field-its speed & derection |
255 | Lec.-27 | Expression for induced voltage in a coil due to relative motion wrt a field |
256 | Lec.-28 | Expression for resultant voltage across a number of series connected distributed coils and winding factor |
257 | Lec.-29 | Basic principle of operation of 3-phase Induction Motor and concept of slip |
258 | Lec.-30 | Development of Equivalent circuit |
259 | Lec.-31 | Concept of Air-Gap Power, Power Flow Diagram, Torque Production and Stable & Unstable Zone of Operation |
260 | Lec.-32 | Torque-Slip Characteristic & Effect of various parameters on it |
261 | Lec.-33 | Understanding the operation of Cage induction motor |
262 | Lec.-34 | Slip Measurement. Introduction to Circle diagram |
263 | Lec.-35 | Torque Line & Output Line, construction of Circle Diagram From Test Data |
264 | Lec.-36 | Slip Line and usefulness of circle diagram - an Example |
265 | Lec.-37 | |
266 | Lec.-38 | Speed control of induction motor - Some Basic Principles |