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Electronics and Communication Engineering

There are 9 well established advance laboratories in Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering.

  1. Digital Signal Processing Lab
  2. Analog and Digital Communication Labs
  3. Microwave and Wireless Lab
  4. Advance Optical Communication Lab
  5. Microprocessor Lab
  6. Instrumentation Lab
  7. Basic Electrical and Electronics Lab
  8. Digital Electronics Lab
  9. Analog Integrated circuit Lab
  10. (A) Digital Signal Processing Lab:

The student should be made familiar with:

  • The implement Linear and Circular Convolution
  • The implementation of Cross correlation and auto correlation
  • The implement FIR and IIR filters
  • The study the architecture of DSP processor.
  • The demonstrate Finite word length effect

At the end of the course, the student should be able to:

  • Carry out simulated of DSP system
  • Demonstrate their abilities towards DSP processor based implementation of DSP systems
  • Analyze Finite word length effect on DSP.
  • Demonstrate the application of FFT to DSP

(B) Analog and Digital Communication Labs:

  • To provide knowledge based services to satisfy the needs of society and the industry by providing hands on experience in various technologies in core Analog and Digital communication field, make the student to design ,experiment, analyze, interpret in the core field of communication engineering with the help of other multi-disciplinary concept wherever applicable.
  • To educate the student to disseminate research findings with good soft skill and become a successful entrepreneur.

(C) Microwave and Wireless Communication Labs:

This lab contains equipment’s and trainers to design and evaluate the different parameters of microwave by using klystron and Gunn diode in X-band. It contain tools for implementation and analysis of wireless system as GSM,CDMA, satellite as well as GPRS,RFID,XBEE & wireless sensor network systems are used for real time applications.

(D) Advance Optical Communication Lab:

  • Student should get hands in experience working with real time instruments
  • Should be exact replica of the OFC setup used by telecom operator
  • Individual instruments could be used for other research application
  • (E) Microprocessor Lab:

Microprocessor lab caters to the students to learn the skills of application of
microprocessor in different fields. Practices on 8085/8086 Kits and assembler on PC
using Assembly Language Programming & Interfacing with other devices is the key
feature of this lab.

  • (F) Instrumentation Lab:
  • Student should hand on experience  in working with real time instruments/ transducers such as
    • Temperature Transducers,
    • Optical Transducer,
    • LVDT,
    • Strain gauge,
    • liquid level,
    • load cell etc  
  • Also designing virtually different AC and DC bridges, DAC, ADC, waveform generators on NI Multisim Software on PC.
    • (G) Basic Electrical and Electronics Lab:

It is the basic lab for all the first year undergraduate engineering students, intended to give fundamental concepts of electrical and electronics through  study of various types of Electronic Devices and their application and other fundamental electrical network for understanding of the network theorem.

  • (H) Digital Electronics Lab:

This lab is designed for the students to study the realization of logic gates using Transistor, Diode, & Resistor and to study different TTL IC using digital trainer kits. (e.g., flip-flop, counters and registers) etc.

  • (I) Analog Integrated Circuit Lab:

This lab is primarily meant for the study of analog ICs and there application which help the students to have hand on experiences of analog trainer kits, CRO, multimeter and other analog instruments in real time which make them well versed with the analog circuit.