UPSC ESE Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering Syllabus Paper 1 & paper 2 are being provided below. UPSC ESE Electronics Paper 1, 2 syllabus will help you to know what all questions can be part of exam. The applicants can make a schedule on who they should study and then practice for the exam. Paper 1 syllabus followed by Paper 2 will be the first step of your preparations. Work hard for the exam as there is high competition level for UPSC ESE Exam.
Materials and Components: Structure and properties of electrical engineering materials, conductors, ferroelectric, piezoelectric, ceramic, resistors, capacitors, quartz crystal, electromagnetic & electrochemical components
Network Theory: network analysis techniques, steady state, network theorems, tellegen’s theorem, parts of network functions, delay and rise time, elmore’s and other definitions effect of cascading, network synthesis
Electromagnetic Theory: Analysis of electrostatic and magnetostatic, laplace’s piossons’ equations, transmission lines, elements of antenna theory
Physical Electronics, Electron Devices, ICs: Electrons, holes, carrier statistics, hall effect, power switching devices, Basic of opto Electronics, Different types of diodes, mechanism of current flow, hall effect
Electronic measurements and instrumentation: Basic concepts, standards, error analysis, electronic measuring instruments, transducers, pressure, humidity
Signals and Systems: Classification of signals, system modeling, state variable representation, fourier series, laplace terms, random signals and probability, correlation function, response of linear system
Control Systems: Transient and steady state, ffedback on stability, constant M and constant N Nichol’s chart, design of control systems, compensators, industrial controllers
Digital Electronic Circuits: Transistor as switching element, Boolean algebra, IC Logic gates, DTL, TTL, ECL, NMOS, PMOS, CMOS, Demultiplexer, Counters, A/D & D/A converters, semiconductor memories
Communication System: Basic information theory, modulation and detection in analogue and digital systems, equalization, optical communication, UHF and microwave frequency, Satellite communication
Microwave Engineering: Microwave tubes, Microwave generators, solid state devices, components and circuits, microwave propagation, communication systems, terrestrial and satellite based, waveguides, lasers
Computer Engineering: Number systems, microprocessors, personal computers, high level programming PASCAL/ C, assembly language, personal computers, data representation, I/O system organization
Analog Electronic Circuits: Transistor biasing and stabilization, small signal analysis, power amplifying, frequency response, feedback amplifiers, pulse shaping circuits and waveform generators.
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