Electronics and Communication Engineering

  • Department
  • Electronics and Communication Engineering

Dr. Anilesh Dey - Being the Head of the Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering (ECE), of Narula Institute of Technology, I am delighted to express my thoughts about the departmental growth. It offers four years full time B-TECH program in ECE. The course is accredited by NBA. The average passing result is excellent in the department. Almost 10-15% students scored above 9 DGPA. Apart from this we are running P.G. Programs, M-TECH. in Electronics & Comm. Engg. Since 2009 and we also offer Diploma in ETCE since 2015. The department of ECE offers premier professional technical training that keeps in pace with the latest developments in the field of Electronics and Communication Engineering. We have excellent infrastructure, highly experienced faculties and professionals, associated with research work which collectively ensure dynamic and vibrant environment in the campus. Some of the Faculty members of this department went to attend International Conferences in abroad. The department organized so many International & National Educational Programs (i.e. IEEE sponsored Seminars, Workshops, Faculty Development Programs and one day educational Industrial tours). There are so many events like Paper presentation, Poster presentation, Technical Quiz contest, Technical Report writing Contest & Technical Workshop cum contest associated with IIT, Bombay are organized for the students by this department. There are more than 500 publications are done by the faculty & students in National & International Journals & Conferences. Furthermore five MODROB Projects sponsored by AICTE are completed, fourteen national patents are published by our faculty and staff members, two RPS, two UGC sponsored minor project and other two project sponsored by JIS GROUP are going on in this department. Many of our Alumni are settled in abroad and also many of the students are placed in so many reputed Govt. sectors and Private Sectors Company and Research Organizations. There is also separate Departmental Library apart from the Central Library in the ECE department. There are so many high valued simulation software are present in our department like Tanner SPICE, CADENCE, Matlab 2014b, Visual TCAD, HFSS, Qualnet, Active HDL, MPLS, Altera & Quartus II, TMS Kit with Code Coposer Studio etc. We have PCB design Laboratory with full set up sponsored by AICTE.

Dr. Anilesh Dey
HOD, Department of ECE, Narula Institute of Technology

Vision

Vision of the Department:

To develop self-motivated, creative & Ethical Skilled Engineers and Researchers to meet the Social Commitment.

Mission

Mission of the department:
  • M1: To impart State-of-Art Technical Education.
  • M2: To encourage the students for professional ethics & social responsibilities.
  • M3: To inculcate team work & leadership qualities to make the students industry ready & employable.
  • M4: To carry out research leading to the realisation of knowledge and intellectual property.
  • M5: To facilitate graduates to become an entrepreneur.

Objective

  • Extensive learning of the basics in addition to intensive focusing on the most trivial areas of Electronics & Communication Engineering to sharpen in design and fabrication of electronic systems as per the requirement of industrial world.
  • Applying the engineering solutions for technical problems and inspiring towards perceiving post graduate programs and encourage towards R&D of the advanced areas of Telecommunication Networks and Embedded System, Signal & Image Processing, VLSI Design etc.
  • Demonstrating the art of excellence in developing the effective communication skills in English and evolving the personality of the students suitable to the dynamic industrial needs.
  • Adopting the characteristics of technical excellence through the systematically organized pedagogical practices in equipping the students with knowledge and practice for competing in the global competitive environment.
  • Motivating students to develop professional, ethical attitude, team building skills and multi-disciplinary approach to demonstrate the ideal behavioural qualities while leading the team for deriving maximum productivity.
  • Developing consciousness in the issue of social concerns and enabling students to upgrade their personality and experience through community services to have a meaningful linkage between the Institution and Society.

PO, PEO, PSO

Programme Outcomes (PO):

B. Tech in Electronics & Communication Engineering

  1. PO1: Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
  2. PO2: Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
  3. PO3: Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
  4. PO4: Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
  5. PO5: Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
  6. PO6: The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
  7. PO7: Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
  8. PO8: Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
  9. PO9: Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
  10. PO10: Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
  11. PO11: Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
  12. PO12: Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

M. Tech in Electronics and Communication Engineering

  1. PO1: Ability to independently carry out research /investigation and development work to solve practical problems.
  2. PO2: Ability to write and present a substantial technical report/document.
  3. PO3: Ability to demonstrate a degree of mastery over in the area of Electronics & Communication Engineering.
  4. PO4: Ability to design and conduct experiments, analyse and interpret data, imbibe programming skills for development of simulation experiments.
  5. PO5: Ability to function as a member of a multidisciplinary team with sense of ethics, integrity and social responsibility.

Program Educational Objective (PEO)

B. Tech in Electronics & Communication Engineering

  1. PEO1: Knowledge of Basic Engineering Sciences: To exhibit knowledge in Mathematics, Engineering Fundamentals, Electronics & Communication Engineering and related fields for professional achievement in industry and organizations.  
  2. PEO2: Engineering Design Skills: To equip the students with the necessary problem-solving skills relevant to the general practice of Engineering design.
  3. PEO3: Problem Solving Ability: To produce engineering graduates who have the problem-solving ability to pursue advanced studies and research in all disciplines.
  4. PEO4: Technical Knowledge: To impart the knowledge of theory and practices of ECE and its applications in areas of modern research and current industry trends to the students.
  5. PEO5: Professional Skill: To inculcate professional and ethical attitude, effective communication skills, teamwork skills, leadership qualities, managerial skills & multidisciplinary approach in the students for successful career and entrepreneurship.

M. Tech in Electronics & Communication Engineering

  1. PEO-1: Technical Legerdemain: 
  2. Applying the engineering solutions for technical problems and inspiring towards R&D in the advanced areas of Communication Engineering, Wireless and Mobile networks, Signal & Image Processing etc. 
  3. PEO-2: Programming Skills: 
  4. Expertise in the computer programming skills to create a simulation environment and implement algorithms based on Communication Engineering. 
  5. PEO-3: Professional Competence: 
  6. Implementing pedagogical excellence through systematic teaching methods and furnishing the knowledge to compete in the global environment. 
  7. PEO-4: Social Cognizance: 

Developing consciousness in the issue of social concerns and enabling students to upgrade their personality and experience through community services to have a meaningful linkage between the Institution and Society.

Program Specific Out Comes (PSO):

B. Tech in Electronics & Communication Engineering

  1. PSO1: Ability to Identify, Formulate & Solve problems of basics of Electronics & Communication Engineering and to apply them to various areas like Analog & digital Circuits, Signal & systems, Communication, VLSI, Embedded System etc.
  2. PSO2: Ability to design the systems of Electronics & Communication Engineering using advanced hardware and software tools with analytical skills to achieve the Societal needs.
  3. PSO3: Knowledge of social & environmental awareness along with ethical responsibility to achieve a successful career addresses the real world applications using optimal resources as an entrepreneur.

M. Tech in Electronics & Communication Engineering

  1. PSO1: An ability to comprehend the technological advancements in Signal processing, Computational Intelligence, Embedded and Communication Systems using modern tools to analyse and design subsystems/processes to solve real world problems.
  2. PSO2. An ability to contribute in the interdisciplinary R & D activity, demonstrating the practice of professional ethics and the concerns for social and environmental impact.

B. Tech in Electronics and Communication Engineering : 150 seats

M. Tech in Electronics and Communication Engineering : 12 seats

Diploma in Electronics & Telecomminication Engineering (ETCE) : 30 Seats

Laboratory Descriptions:

Following laboratories are running by the department for different level of program

  • Under graduate

  • Post graduate


 UNDER GRADUATE

 Under graduate labs are planned and designed such that students will get very good academic ambience & adequate technical support. 

Following are the laboratories developed for under graduate course.

  • Basic Electronics Engineering Laboratory

  • Digital Electronics and Integrated Circuits Laboratory

  • Analog Electronics  Laboratory

  • Analog & Digital Communication Systems Laboratory

  • Microprocessor and Micro-controller  Laboratory

  • Digital Signal Processing  Laboratory

  • Digital Communication  Laboratory

  • RF and Microwave Engineering Laboratory

  • VLSI Circuits and Systems  Laboratory

  • PCB Design  Laboratory

  • Project  Laboratory

    Major Equipment:-

    • Digital Storage Oscilloscope (DSO), 50MHz, 2 Channels, 4 Trace, 250MSa/s Real-Time and 25GSa/s Equivalent-Time Sampling

    • Digital Storage Oscilloscope (DSO), 100MHz, 2 Channels, 4 Trace, Real-Time Sample Rate 1.0SG/s

    • Spectrum Analyser Frequency Range: 150 KHz to 1050MHz 4½ Digit Display: Centre & Marker Frequency, 0.1MHz Resolution Amplitude Range: -100dBm to +13dBm Filters: 20 KHz, 400 KHz & Video Filter AM /FM Demodulator Included Full Range Built-in Tracking Generator: 0.15MHz to 1050MHz.


    Digital Signal Processing Laboratory (EC-593)

    General information about the Laboratory: Digital Signal Processing laboratory is situated 2nd floor, room no. 316B.Geometric area of this lab is about 900 square feet. According to present curriculum B-Tech (ECE) 5th Semester Students perform experiments on Digital Signal Processing Laboratory. Digital Signal Processing (DSP) Laboratory can be described as the processing of signals using digital techniques or digital computers. A signal is a piece of information in binary or digital form. Digital Signal processing techniques improve signal quality or extract important information by removing unwanted part of the signal. Digital Signal Processing accounts for a substantial proportion of the world market for electronic devices. And therefore, the leading electronics manufacturers have invested heavily in DSP technology.

    Course outcomes

    CO1: Able to compute the system output using convolution method. 

    CO2: Able to verify the system characteristics.

    CO3: Able to analyze the signals in frequency domain using FFT. 

    CO4: Able to design the digital filters to synthesize speech signal.

    CO5: Able to Develop and Implement DSP algorithms in embedded system.

    Name of the experiments performed

    1. Study of Various discrete sequences.

    2. Study of various operations on discrete signals.

    3. Study convolution of two discrete signals.

    4. Convolution of two discrete sequences and to verify properties of convolution.

    5. Study z transforms.

    6. Study inverse Z transform.

    7. Study of Discrete Fourier Transform.

    8. Study of circular convolution.

    9. Study of fast (sectioned) convolution.

    10. Using Hamming Window design LPF, HPF, BPF, BSF.

    11. Basic concept of TMS 6713 DSP kit.

     

    Name of the innovative experiments

    1. Design of low pass and high pass filter to see the low and high frequency components of a song and its effect.

    2. Introduce noise to the signal and try to minimize that.

    3. Boost up the high or low frequency components.

    Facility available in the laboratory

    • In this laboratory 34 Desktop PCs are available equipped with Matlab software.

    • All the PCs are connected with LAN and internet connection.

    • Hands on experiment with real time signal can be processed using TMS Kit.

    • Laboratory manual exists for beginner.

    • Laboratory is open for B-Tech, M-Tech and R& D projects of related fields.

    • This lab also useful for Diploma ETCE student.

    • Beyond schedule laboratory session, this laboratory is open for practice session for beginner and researcher.

    • This lab is fully air conditioning.

     

    Major Equipment

    • Desktop PCs with LAN connection.

    • DSP Starter Kit TMS320C5416 (Texas Instruments)

    • DSP Starter Kit, TMS320C6713 (Texas Instruments)

    • MATLAB 7.0.1 (Math works)


    RF and Microwave Engineering Laboratory (EC-793A/EC 693)

    General information about the Laboratory: The laboratory located in the 2nd floor of the main building and housed in the room No. 306. The size of the laboratory is approximately 25x35 sq. ft. and can accommodate 32 student at a time in 12 groups and 12 setups. It belongs to the department of Electronics and Communication and dedicatedly used for the student of Electronics and Communication Engineers.

    Course Outcomes 

    CO1: Define, identify and list out special type transmission line, its characteristics in microwave frequencies and concept of load

    CO2: Student will Define, Identify, analyse and use the various sources of microwave energy and the characters of its operation.

    CO3: Student will Recognize, memorize, categorize, arrange and implement suitably the various microwave passive devices with the utilization of engineering mathematics.

    CO4:Student will Use, compute, solve, demonstrate and apply various hardware,  software tools and measuring instruments in the field of Radio Frequencies, for the betterment of communication engineering,  medical science and various domestic and commercial engineering.

     

     Name of the experiments performed 

    1. Determination of phase and group velocities in a wave guide carrying TE-10 wave from dispersion diagram [ω – β] plot.

    2. Measurement of unknown impedance using shift in minima technique using a wave guide test bench / Measurement of the susceptance of an inductive and or a capacitive window using shift in minima technique using a wave-guide test bench.

    3. Study of the characteristics of a Reflex Klystron oscillator.

    4. Study of Gunn – Oscillator characteristics using X- band wave guide test bench.

    5. Measurement of coupling factor, Directivity, Insertion loss and Isolation of a Directional coupler using X- band wave guide test bench set up.

    6. Scattering matrix of a magic tee/ E- plane tee/ H-plane tee using wave guide test bench at X-band.

    7. Experimental/Simulation study of filter (LPF, HPF, BPF) response.

    8. Measuring of dielectric constant of a material using wave guide test bench at X-band.

     

    Name of the innovative experiments

    1. Calibration of Gunn oscillator and determine the frequency of operation.

    2. Frequency response of RF Amplifier using spectrum analyzer with tracking generator.

      

    Facility available in the laboratory

    • Microwave Horn Antenna Test Bench, X Band.

    • Klystron based Microwave Wave guide test bench (Accessories:- Klystron Power supply, Klystron Mount, Klystron Tube, Circulator, Frequency Meter, Attenuator, Slotted Section with Probe, Detector mount, VSWR meter and BNC to BNC cable). X Band.

    • Gunn Based Microwave Wave guide test bench

    • (Accessories:- Gunn Power supply, Gunn Oscillator, PIN modulator, Circulator, Frequency Meter, Attenuator, Slotted Section with Probe, Detector mount, VSWR meter and BNC to BNC cable).X Band.

    • Klystron based Microwave Test Bench for Klystron Characteristic(Accessories:- Klystron Power supply, Klystron Mount, Klystron Tube, Circulator, Frequency Meter, Attenuator, Slotted Section with Probe, Detector mount, and VSWR meter BNC to BNC cable).X Band.

    • Microwave test Bench for Calibration of Attenuator(Accessories:- Klystron Power supply, Klystron Mount, Klystron Tube, Circulator, Frequency Meter, Attenuator, Slotted Section with Probe, Detector mount, VSWR meter and BNC to BNC cable).X Band.

    • Microwave test Bench for Calibration of X-tal Detector(Accessories:- Klystron Power supply, Klystron Mount, Klystron Tube, Circulator, Frequency Meter, Attenuator, Slotted Section with Probe, Detector mount, VSWR meter and BNC to BNC cable).X Band.

    • Microwave test Bench for Measurement of Coupling Co-efficient(Accessories:- Klystron Power supply, Klystron Mount, Klystron Tube, Circulator, Frequency Meter, Attenuator, Slotted Section with Probe, Detector mount, Multi-hole Directional Coupler, VSWR meter  and BNC to BNC cable).X Band.

    • Microwave test Bench for Measurement of Scattering Matrix(Accessories:- Klystron Power supply, Klystron Mount, Klystron Tube, Circulator, Frequency Meter, Attenuator, Slotted Section with Probe, Detector mount MAZIX TEE, VSWR meter and BNC to BNC cable).X Band.

    • Microwave test Bench for Measurement of Unknown Impedance(Accessories:- Klystron Power supply, Klystron Mount, Klystron Tube, Circulator, Frequency Meter, Attenuator, Slotted Section with Probe, Detector mount, Attenuator, Movable short, VSWR meter and BNC to BNC cable).X Band.

    • Microwave test Bench for Measurement of Phase Shift(Accessories:- Klystron Power supply, Klystron Mount, Klystron Tube, Circulator, Frequency Meter, Attenuator, Slotted Section with Probe, Detector mount, Phase Shifter, Movable Short, VSWR meter and BNC to BNC cable).X Band.

    • Spectrum Analyser with Tracking Generator. 150Khz-1000Mhz

    • Power Meter, X Band.

    • Power Sensor, X Band.

    • AMITEC Microwave power meter, X Band.

    • C-Band Source With power supply, 6.5GHz

    • AMITEC Transmission Line Analyser

    • AMITEC EMI/EMC Training System

    • RF Training Module

    • Compact Microwave Training Kit, X Band

    • Compact Microwave Training Kit, X Band

    • Compact Microwave Training Kit, X Band

    • Compact Microwave Training Kit, X Band

    • Compact Microwave Training Kit, X Band

    • Micro strip Antenna Trainer Kit, X Band

    • Antenna Training System, UHF

    • Antenna Trainer System, UHF

    • Antenna Training System, UHF

    • Transmission Line Analyser

    • CRO, Dual Channel, 30 MHz

     

     Major Equipment

    • Microwave Horn Antenna Test Bench, X Band.

    • Klystron based Microwave Wave guide test bench (Accessories:- Klystron Power supply, Klystron Mount, Klystron Tube, Circulator, Frequency Meter, Attenuator, Slotted Section with Probe, Detector mount, VSWR meter and BNC to BNC cable). X Band.

    • Gunn Based Microwave Wave guide test bench

    • (Accessories:- Gunn Power supply, Gunn Oscillator, PIN modulator, Circulator, Frequency Meter, Attenuator, Slotted Section with Probe, Detector mount, VSWR meter and BNC to BNC cable). X Band.

    • Klystron based Microwave Test Bench for Klystron Characteristic(Accessories:- Klystron Power supply, Klystron Mount, Klystron Tube, Circulator, Frequency Meter, Attenuator, Slotted Section with Probe, Detector mount, and VSWR meter BNC to BNC cable).X Band.

    • Microwave test Bench for Calibration of Attenuator(Accessories:- Klystron Power supply, Klystron Mount, Klystron Tube, Circulator, Frequency Meter, Attenuator, Slotted Section with Probe, Detector mount, VSWR meter and BNC to BNC cable).X Band.

    • Microwave test Bench for Calibration of X-Tal Detector (Accessories:- Klystron Power supply, Klystron Mount, Klystron Tube, Circulator, Frequency Meter, Attenuator, Slotted Section with Probe, Detector mount, VSWR meter and BNC to BNC cable). X Band.

    • Microwave test Bench for Measurement of Coupling Co-efficient(Accessories:- Klystron Power supply, Klystron Mount, Klystron Tube, Circulator, Frequency Meter, Attenuator, Slotted Section with Probe, Detector mount, Multi-hole Directional Coupler, VSWR meter  and BNC to BNC cable).X Band.

    • Microwave test Bench for Measurement of Scattering Matrix(Accessories:- Klystron Power supply, Klystron Mount, Klystron Tube, Circulator, Frequency Meter, Attenuator, Slotted Section with Probe, Detector mount MAZIX TEE, VSWR meter and BNC to BNC cable).X Band.

    • Microwave test Bench for Measurement of Unknown Impedance(Accessories:- Klystron Power supply, Klystron Mount, Klystron Tube, Circulator, Frequency Meter, Attenuator, Slotted Section with Probe, Detector mount, Attenuator, Movable short, VSWR meter and BNC to BNC cable).X Band.

    • Microwave test Bench for Measurement of Phase Shift(Accessories:- Klystron Power supply, Klystron Mount, Klystron Tube, Circulator, Frequency Meter, Attenuator, Slotted Section with Probe, Detector mount, Phase Shifter, Movable Short, VSWR meter and BNC to BNC cable). X Band.

    • Spectrum Analyser with Tracking Generator. 150Khz-1000Mhz

    • Power Meter, X Band.

    • Power Sensor, X Band.

    • AMITEC Microwave power meter, X Band.

    • C-Band Source With power supply, 6.5GHz

    • AMITEC Transmission Line Analyser

    • AMITEC EMI/EMC Training System

    • RF Training Module

    • Compact Microwave Training Kit, X Band

    • Compact Microwave Training Kit, X Band

    • Compact Microwave Training Kit, X Band

    • Compact Microwave Training Kit, X Band

    • Compact Microwave Training Kit, X Band

    • Micro strip Antenna Trainer Kit, X Band

    • Antenna Training System, UHF

    • Antenna Trainer System, UHF

    • Antenna Training System, UHF

    • Transmission Line Analyser

    • CRO, Dual Channel, 30 MHz






    VLSI Design Laboratory Profile (EC 792/EC 691)

    General information about the Laboratory: VLSI Design laboratory is situated 2nd floor; room no. 316B.Geometric area of this lab is about 900 square feet. According to present curriculum B-Tech (ECE) 7th Semester Students perform experiments on VLSI Design. This lab has been established to give idea to the students about the configuration and simulation of Very Large Scale Integrated Circuits & Systems. Basic objectives of this lab to explore various design style of simple and complex Integrated Circuits(IC) near to students. In this laboratory students are able to understand about models and model parameters of various devices like MOSFET, BJT, and DIODE etc. which are suited for IC Technology. Starting from schematic design, lay out design is carried out in this laboratory in micron, submicron and deep submicron level using Tanner Tools and Cadence. This is also useful for research and development in field of VLSI circuits.

    Course outcomes

    CO1: Student able to design CMOS Inverter, AND, NOR gates, CMOS XOR/XNOR gates

    CO2: Student able to develop combinational circuit and arithmetic circuit using C-MOS design rules.

    CO3: Student able to apply EDA tools for FPGA based system design.

    CO4: Student able to construct layout of CMOS inverter, NAND, NOR, EXOR, EXNOR gate.

    CO5: Student able to build sequential circuit like CMOS, flip-flop and 8 bit counter.

     

    Name of the experiments performed

    1. Familiarity with T-SPICE simulation tool

    2. SPICE simulation of Inverter, NAND, NOR gates.

    3. Familiarity with EDA tools for VLSI design/FPGA based system design.

    4. Layout tools and layout of transistor.

    5. Standard Cell Design.

    6. Design of CMOS XOR/XNOR gates.

    7. Design of CMOS Full Adder.

    8. Design of CMOS flips flops (RS, T, JK).

    9. Design of 8 bit synchronous counter.

    10. Design of 12-Bit Central Processing unit (CPU) with few instructions and implementation and validation on FPGA.

     

    Name of the innovative experiment

    1. Study of CMOS Amplifier.

    2. Design of CMOS differential amplifier.

    Facility available in the laboratory

    • This laboratory is mainly useful for design and simulation of VLSI circuits.

    • T-SPICE and Cadence software available for VLSI circuit simulation.

    • Schematic design , simulations and physical design of VLSI circuits are performed using

    • License Tanner tools, version 13.0, Cadence.

    • Laboratory manual exists for beginner.

    • Laboratory is open for B-Tech, M-Tech and R& D projects of related fields

    • Laboratory is equipped with 34 computers with LAN and internet facility.

    • This lab also useful for Diploma ETCE student.

    • Beyond schedule laboratory session , this laboratory is open for practice session for beginner and researcher

    • This lab is fully air conditioning.

    Major Equipment

    • License Tanner tools ,version 13.0

    • Cadence bundle 3

    • Desktop PC


    PCB Design Laboratory

    General information about the Laboratory: PCB Design laboratory is situated 2nd floor; room no. 313.Geometric area of this lab is about 900 square feet. This lab is used by B-Tech ECE, EIE, EE and M-Tech ECE, M-Tech EE Students for designing PCB for their projects.

    PCB lab can be used to design custom PCB of different electronic circuits. In this lab both single side and double sided PCB can be done. Both software and hardware design facilities are available. This lab is equipped with high configuration PC with S-Print software for designing PCB layout. 

     

    Name of the experiments performed

    Student can design both single sided and double sided PCB according to their requirement.

     

    Facility available in the laboratory

    • Darkroom is available for film developing i.e. transfer of design from printed transparent sheet to the copper board.

    • High-end PC is available to run PCB layout design software.

    • Water source is available for different chemical preparation and cleaning purpose.

    Major Equipment

    • Graphics & Photo cure – 02 PCB curving machine

    • Photo Di-pi-coating Machine

    • Proto-UV Double sided UV exposure with suction motor

    • Proto Dye-Developer

    • Proto Drilling 3000

    • Proto-ETCH PCB etching Machine

    • Micro plate 1012 (4 parts)

    • Artwork Light Table

    • Dry Film Laminator (LAM-1200)

    • Ammonical Etching Machine

    • PCB Searing Machine

    • RTM-10 Roller timing Machine

    • Pro-Developer Stripper


    Project Lab

    General information about the Laboratory: The general objective of the project lab is to apply the theoretical knowledge to solve the real life problems. It is also a pathway to enhance for employment and self-employment potential of graduates and enhance innovativeness. Students will achieve this by developing a co-creative and supportive environment. This lab will encourage and foster students’ entrepreneurial intent and at the same time support open innovation approach.


    Major equipment:

    • Function generator- (Scientech) 

    • Variable Power supply: fixed and variable variety with different current rating. Make – Elnova, Scientech etc. Some of the power supply is in use designed and fabricated by students and technical staff of the department.

    • Digital mustimeters ( Mastech-M3900)

    • Oscilloscope

    •   Cathode Ray Oscilloscope. (25MHz, 30 MHz, scientech)    

    •   Digital Storage Oscilloscope. (100MHz, scientech)

     

    Project carried out by the students:      

    • LPG Gas Detection System 

    • Cell phone Detector 

    • Fire Alarm Using Thermister 

    • RF Receiver & Transmitte 

    • Water level Controller using IC 555 Timer 

    • Multiple output Power Supply 

    • line Following Robot 

    • Water Level Indicator and Invisible Broken wire Detection 

    • Design of wireless temparature monitoring system 

    • Traffic Light controlled system using 8051 microcontroller 

    • Design a mobile phone detector using RF signal Diode IN3491 

    • Design of low cost Mobile Charger using induction principle 

    • Spark core based wireless remote door lock


    POST GRADUATE

    The Department offers one PG course - M-Tech in Electronics &   Communication Engineering

      Followings are the Labs for M-Tech Course

    Advanced communication Laboratory (MECE 192)

    General information about the Laboratory: The Advanced communication Lab is in the curriculum of the M-Tech ECE Communication 1st semester students. This lab takes place in room 311 of area 1250 sq. ft.  Experiment set up is two students per experiment. The lab is equipped with high end softwares, Computers with internet connectivity, Optical Fibre trainer Kits, Analog Communication based trainer kits:  Modulation and Demodulation Kit, Digital Communication based trainer kits:  Modulation and Demodulation Kit.

     

    Name of the experiments performed

    1. Study of receiver and transmitter parameters of a typical radio communication system – selectivity, sensitivity, fidelity, image rejection, modulation sensitivity, transmission bandwidth etc. 

    2. Data communication through fiber optic link and measurement of Numerical Aperture, losses, power budget, stability etc.

    3. Study of sampling, quantization and coding and determine the sampling rate, quantization error.

    4. Realization of different modulation schemes using I/Q modulator- QPSK, MPSK – signal bandwidth, effect of noise etc.

    5. Simulation of different Modulation and Demodulation techniques –PSK, FSK using MATLAB and observe the scatter plot, signal bandwidth etc.

    6. Study of Binary symmetric channel – noise & Pe etc. using MATLAB.

    7. Multiple channel DSSS – spreading, dispreading, decoding etc.

    8. Signal bandwidth and Pe vs. S/N in different modes of line coding. Using MATLAB.

    9. Signal bandwidth and Pe vs. S/N in different modes of modulation.  Using MATLAB.

    10. Simulation of PSK system with M=4 using MATLAB

    Name of the innovative experiments:

    • Setup an experiment to analyse whether a modulation technique is power efficient or bandwidth efficient for a particular SNR and channel Bandwidth.

     

    Facility available in the laboratory:  


    • Multipurpose Lab Station with: 

    • Agilent 33220A 20 MHz Function Generator

    • Agilent DSO6012A Oscilloscope, 100 MHz

    • ME1100 Digital RF Communications Training Kit

    • MPLS support Softwares:

      • Agilent U1035A IQ Signal Generator (IQG) software

      • Agilent 89600 VSA software

      • Agilent IO Libraries Suite software version 14.1

    • Optical Fibre Trainer : Elementary  of fiber Optics  trainer kit and Advance  fiber Optics  trainer kit

    • MATLAB

    • Analog  Modulation Trainer Kit

    • Digital  Modulation Trainer Kit


    Major Equipment:

    • Multipurpose Lab Station with :

           Agilent 33220A 20 MHz Function Generator

    Agilent DSO6012A Oscilloscope, 100 MHz

    ME1100 Digital RF Communications Training Kit

    MPLS support Software’s:

    • Agilent U1035A IQ Signal Generator (IQG) software

    • Agilent 89600 VSA software

    • Agilent IO Libraries Suite software version 14.1


    Digital signal processing lab (MECE 193)

    General information about the Laboratory: Digital signal processing lab is used by 1st semester M-Tech (ECE) students. This lab is conducted at 2nd floor room no 305. The approximate area of this lab is 168 square feet. This lab comprises of 20 computers with internet facility. The no of students in this lab are 16-18. Each student use a separate computer for experiment.

    Name of the experiments performed

    1. To generate basic signals using MATLAB. 

    2. To study convolution of two signals using MATLAB. 

    3. Design and simulate LPF and HPF model for different inputs. 

    4. To study the Pole-Zero plotting for Type 0, Type1, and Type 2 systems.

    5. To generate basic signals using TMS320C54XX. 

    6. Write an ALP using instruction of TMS processors to add two numbers. 

    7. To design FIR filter using MATLAB and find finite word length effect & cross verify using DSP processor. 

    8. To design IIR filter using MATLAB and find finite word length effect & cross verify using DSP Processor. 

    Name of the innovative experiments

    1. To implement Interpolation filter by Matlab.

    2. To implement Decimation filter by Matlab. 

    Facility available in the laboratory

    DSP lab have well equipped computers. QUALNET Software for designing different communication networks, HFSS software for antenna design are also exist. Matlab is installed in all computers in this lab.




    Advanced RF & Microwave Engineering Laboratory (MECE 194)

    General information about the Laboratory :Lab used in 1st semesters,  student of M-Tech in ECE departments are using this lab, approximate area of the lab is 25×35 sq ft ,  location (2nd Floor and Room No. 306), Average no of student per session is 18 , no of setup available is 12.


    Name of the experiments performed

    1. Important characteristics of different types of transmission lines.

    2. Impedance measurement of microwave window applying Smith chart on HFSS.

    3. Microwave phase shifter – calibration.

    4. Measurement of dielectric constants – solids & liquids.

    5. Characterization of micro strip antenna

    6. To plot the radiation pattern of Horn Antenna, Dish Antenna and micro strip antenna and calculate its Antenna Gain, radiation pattern and Beam width.

    7. Study of different types of Antenna (cassegain antenna /Parabolic Antenna)

    8. Study of important parameters and practical considerations in microwave circuits.

    9. Design and Simulation of simple monopole antenna.

    10. Design micro strip antenna with different feed and find out there characteristics on HFSS.

    11. Study of Co-planner structure using HFSS tools

    12. Study of parametric simulation with patch antennas.

    13. Design and Simulation of simple low pass filter using HFSS tools

    14. Study of different type of Horn antennas on HFSS.

     

    Name of the innovative experiments

    1. Verify results with any antennas related transactions papers using HFSS.

    2. Study of Magic Tee for X band.

    3. Study of Directional coupler in X- band.

     

    Facility available in the laboratory

     

    • Microwave Horn Antenna Test Bench, X Band.

    • Klystron based Microwave Wave guide test bench (Accessories:- Klystron Power supply, Klystron Mount, Klystron Tube, Circulator, Frequency Meter, Attenuator, Slotted Section with Probe, Detector mount, VSWR meter and BNC to BNC cable). X Band.

    • Gunn Based Microwave Wave guide test bench

    • (Accessories:- Gunn Power supply, Gunn Oscillator, PIN modulator, Circulator, Frequency Meter, Attenuator, Slotted Section with Probe, Detector mount, VSWR meter and BNC to BNC cable).X Band.

    • Klystron based Microwave Test Bench for Klystron Characteristic(Accessories:- Klystron Power supply, Klystron Mount, Klystron Tube, Circulator, Frequency Meter, Attenuator, Slotted Section with Probe, Detector mount, and VSWR meter BNC to BNC cable).X Band.

    • Microwave test Bench for Calibration of Attenuator(Accessories:- Klystron Power supply, Klystron Mount, Klystron Tube, Circulator, Frequency Meter, Attenuator, Slotted Section with Probe, Detector mount, VSWR meter and BNC to BNC cable).X Band.

    • Microwave test Bench for Calibration of X-Tal Detector(Accessories:- Klystron Power supply, Klystron Mount, Klystron Tube, Circulator, Frequency Meter, Attenuator, Slotted Section with Probe, Detector mount, VSWR meter and BNC to BNC cable).X Band.

    • Microwave test Bench for Measurement of Coupling Co-efficient(Accessories:- Klystron Power supply, Klystron Mount, Klystron Tube, Circulator, Frequency Meter, Attenuator, Slotted Section with Probe, Detector mount, Multi-hole Directional Coupler, VSWR meter  and BNC to BNC cable).X Band.

    • Microwave test Bench for Measurement of Scattering Matrix(Accessories:- Klystron Power supply, Klystron Mount, Klystron Tube, Circulator, Frequency Meter, Attenuator, Slotted Section with Probe, Detector mount MAZIX TEE, VSWR meter and BNC to BNC cable).X Band.

    • Microwave test Bench for Measurement of Unknown Impedance(Accessories:- Klystron Power supply, Klystron Mount, Klystron Tube, Circulator, Frequency Meter, Attenuator, Slotted Section with Probe, Detector mount, Attenuator, Movable short, VSWR meter and BNC to BNC cable).X Band.

    • Microwave test Bench for Measurement of Phase Shift(Accessories:- Klystron Power supply, Klystron Mount, Klystron Tube, Circulator, Frequency Meter, Attenuator, Slotted Section with Probe, Detector mount, Phase Shifter, Movable Short, VSWR meter and BNC to BNC cable).X Band.

    • Spectrum Analyser with Tracking Generator. 150Khz-1000Mhz

    • Power Meter, X Band.

    • Power Sensor, X Band.

    • AMITEC Microwave power meter, X Band.

    • C-Band Source With power supply, 6.5 GHz

    • AMITEC Transmission Line Analyser

    • AMITEC EMI/EMC Training System

    • RF Training Module

    • Compact Microwave Training Kit, X Band

    • Compact Microwave Training Kit, X Band

    • Compact Microwave Training Kit, X Band

    • Compact Microwave Training Kit, X Band

    • Compact Microwave Training Kit, X Band

    • Micro strip Antenna Trainer Kit, X Band

    • Antenna Training System, UHF

    • Antenna Trainer System, UHF

    • Antenna Training System, UHF

    • Transmission Line Analyser

    • CRO, Dual Channel, 30 MHz

     

     Major Equipment

    • Microwave Horn Antenna Test Bench, X Band.

    • Klystron based Microwave Wave guide test bench (Accessories:- Klystron Power supply, Klystron Mount, Klystron Tube, Circulator, Frequency Meter, Attenuator, Slotted Section with Probe, Detector mount, VSWR meter and BNC to BNC cable). X Band.

    • Gunn Based Microwave Wave guide test bench

    • (Accessories:- Gunn Power supply, Gunn Oscillator, PIN modulator, Circulator, Frequency Meter, Attenuator, Slotted Section with Probe, Detector mount, VSWR meter and BNC to BNC cable).X Band.

    • Klystron based Microwave Test Bench for Klystron Characteristic(Accessories:- Klystron Power supply, Klystron Mount, Klystron Tube, Circulator, Frequency Meter, Attenuator, Slotted Section with Probe, Detector mount, and VSWR meter BNC to BNC cable).X Band.

    • Microwave test Bench for Calibration of Attenuator(Accessories:- Klystron Power supply, Klystron Mount, Klystron Tube, Circulator, Frequency Meter, Attenuator, Slotted Section with Probe, Detector mount, VSWR meter and BNC to BNC cable).X Band.

    • Microwave test Bench for Calibration of X-Tal Detector(Accessories:- Klystron Power supply, Klystron Mount, Klystron Tube, Circulator, Frequency Meter, Attenuator, Slotted Section with Probe, Detector mount, VSWR meter and BNC to BNC cable).X Band.

    • Microwave test Bench for Measurement of Coupling Co-efficient(Accessories:- Klystron Power supply, Klystron Mount, Klystron Tube, Circulator, Frequency Meter, Attenuator, Slotted Section with Probe, Detector mount, Multi-hole Directional Coupler, VSWR meter  and BNC to BNC cable).X Band.

    • Microwave test Bench for Measurement of Scattering Matrix(Accessories:- Klystron Power supply, Klystron Mount, Klystron Tube, Circulator, Frequency Meter, Attenuator, Slotted Section with Probe, Detector mount MAZIX TEE, VSWR meter and BNC to BNC cable).X Band.

    • Microwave test Bench for Measurement of Unknown Impedance(Accessories:- Klystron Power supply, Klystron Mount, Klystron Tube, Circulator, Frequency Meter, Attenuator, Slotted Section with Probe, Detector mount, Attenuator, Movable short, VSWR meter and BNC to BNC cable).X Band.

    • Microwave test Bench for Measurement of Phase Shift(Accessories:- Klystron Power supply, Klystron Mount, Klystron Tube, Circulator, Frequency Meter, Attenuator, Slotted Section with Probe, Detector mount, Phase Shifter, Movable Short, VSWR meter and BNC to BNC cable).X Band.

    • Spectrum Analyser with Tracking Generator. 150Khz-1000Mhz

    • Power Meter, X Band.

    • Power Sensor, X Band.

    • AMITEC Microwave power meter, X Band.

    • C-Band Source With power supply, 6.5 GHz

    • AMITEC Transmission Line Analyser

    • AMITEC EMI/EMC Training System

    • RF Training Module

    • Compact Microwave Training Kit, X Band

    • Compact Microwave Training Kit, X Band

    • Compact Microwave Training Kit, X Band

    • Compact Microwave Training Kit, X Band

    • Compact Microwave Training Kit, X Band

    • Microstrip Antenna Trainer Kit, X Band

    • Antenna Training System, UHF

    • Antenna Trainer System, UHF

    • Antenna Training System, UHF

    • Transmission Line Analyser

    • CRO, Dual Channel, 30 MHz

    Coding and Cryptography (MECE 291)

    General information about the Laboratory :The Coding and Cryptography lab is in the Curriculum of the MTech ECE Communication 2nd Sem students. This lab takes place in room 305 of area 750sq.ft .  Experiments set up is one students per experiment. The lab is equipped with high end software’s, Computers with internet connectivity.

     

    Name of the experiments performed:

    Review of Algebraic Concepts: Group, Ring and Field Operations using Matlab.

    Galois Field Operations I: Verification of field operations in binary and non-binary Galois fields using MATLAB.

    Galois Field Operations II: Polynomial rings over Galois fields; Construction of extension fields using primitive polynomials for both even and odd characteristic using Matlab.

    Linear Block Codes I (Encoding): Given code parameters, to design the generator and parity check matrices of a systematic LBC; hence tabulate all the codewords of the code and the dual code.

    Linear Block Codes II (Decoding): To construct the standard array for an LBC and study error detection and correction using syndromes; demonstrate uncorrectable error patterns.

    Cyclic Codes I: To design a cyclic code with given parameters and construct the corresponding generator matrix (linear code description).

    Cyclic Codes II: To design and demonstrate the operation of a 2-error correcting BCH code.

    Convolutional Codes: To implement a convolutional encoder with given parameters.

    Study of the RSA algorithm.

    Study of the Performance of Convolutional Codes: To simulate the operation of feed-forward convolutional codes over a binary symmetric channel and study the BER achieved by varying the code parameters like constraint length and rate. 

    Study of DES: To implement DES

     

    Name of the innovative experiments

    Study of Combined Coding and Modulation Performance: To implement a rate-(1/2) convolutional code with a BPSK modulator and compute the BER of this particular system. To find the variation of the achievable BER if higher order modulation techniques are used.

    Study of MDS codes: To implement MDS codes

    Study of Rank Matrix code: To implement Rank Matric code.

     

    Facility available in the laboratory:

    • Computer

    • Internet Connectivity

    Major Equipment:

    • Computers with 4GB RAM and  Internet Connectivity

    • Qualnet Software

    • MATLAB

    Wireless Communication Laboratory (MECE 292)

    General information about the Laboratory: Wireless Communication laboratory is situated 2ndfloor, room no. 305.Geometric area of this lab is about 900 square feet. According to present curriculum M-Tech (ECE) 2ndSemester Students perform experiments on Wireless Communication Laboratory. Students are performing experiments individually on PC.

    Average no of student per session-Max-18 number of students

    Wireless Communication Laboratory investigates efficient ways to form a secure extended ad-hoc network of laptops, handhelds, and other wireless capable devices, and bridge it to the Internet. Lab encompasses scalable routing, security, and energy efficiency in pure peer-to-peer mobile ad-hoc networks, mobile multi-hop infrastructure access networks, and sensor networks. Wireless Communication is responsible for the growth of modern world market for electronic devices. And therefore, the leading electronics manufacturers have invested heavily in Wireless Communication Technology.

     

    Name of the experiments performed

    1. Study of Various discrete sequences.

    2. Study of various operations on discrete signals.

    3. Study convolution of two discrete signals.

    4. Convolution of two discrete sequences and to verify properties of convolution.

    5. Path Loss Model

    6. Determination of path loss using OKUMURA HATA MODEL for urban, suburban and open field or rural areas.

    7. Generate binary random sequence with length 10000 and plot the distribution.

    8. Generate a real Gaussian noise sequence with zero mean and variance 1. Verify the sequence has a Gaussian distribution. Plot and compare it with theoretical Gaussian function

    9. Assume BPSK modulation is used for SNR range of 0-15 dB with a step of 2 dB.Length=1000bits.Simulate:i)BER of systemii.)Plot BER vs SNR performance for simulated results

     

    Name of the innovative experiments

    1. Design of the path loss, up link of downlink, EIRP of satellite transponder using MATLAB.

    2. To study Carrier to noise ratio at earth receiver station using MATLAB.

    3. Study of Patch Antenna Using HFSS

    Facility available in the laboratory

    • In this laboratory 34 Desktop PCs are available equipped with Matlab software.

    • All the PCs are connected with LAN and internet connection.

    • Hands on experiment with real time signal can be processed using TMS Kit.

    • Laboratory manual exists for beginner.

    • Laboratory is open for B-Tech, M-Tech and R& D projects of related fields.

    • This lab also useful for Diploma ETCE student.

    • Beyond schedule laboratory session, this laboratory is open for practice session for beginner and researcher.

    • This lab is fully air conditioning.

    Major Equipment

    • Desktop PCs with LAN connection.

    • MATLAB 7.0.1 (Math works)

    • Qualnet 5

    Image processing & Pattern Recognition Laboratory (MECE 293A)

    General information about the Laboratory: The Lab is used by PG students in 2nd semester in ECE department. The lab is located at 2nd floor, room no. 305. Number of student per session is 18. Number of setup available is 18 and number of students per setup in one.

     

    Name of the experiments performed

    1. Introduction to Python / Matlab

    2. Point processing (Image Negatives, Log Transformations, Power-Law Transformations, Piecewise-Linear Transformation)

    3. Geometric transformations (rotation, scaling and translation)

    4. Histogram equalization

    5. Morphological operations (Erosion, Dilation, Opening, Closing)

    6. Two dimensional Fourier transform

    7. Linear filtering using convolution

    8. Non-linear filtering using convolutional mask

    9. Edge detection

    10. Feature representation (selection and extraction)

    11. Linear perceptron learning

    12. Bayesian classification

    13. Learning the classifier from the datasets

    14. Data clustering

    Name of the innovative experiments

    • Study and implementation of a research paper

    Facility available in the laboratory

    • Software: Python / Matlab with image processing toolbox

    • Desktop PC: High end computing facility available





    Computational Intelligence Laboratory (MECE 392)

    General information about the Laboratory: The Lab is used by PG students in 3rdsemester in ECE department. The lab is located at 2nd floor, room no. 305. Number of student per session is 18. Number of setup available is 18 and number of students per setup in one.

     

    Name of the experiments performed:

    1. Introduction to Python / Matlab

    2. Unsupervised learning

      1. Hard clustering(K-means)

      2. Soft Clustering (FCM)

    3. Supervised learning

      1. Nearest neighbour classifiers

      2. Naive Bayes Classifiers

      3. Artificial Neural Network

      4. Fuzzy classifiers

      5. Genetic algorithms

    4. Regression

      1. Artificial Neural Networks

      2. Fuzzy classifiers

    5. Dimensionality reduction

      1. Principal Component Analysis

      

    Name of the innovative experiments

    • Study and implementation of a research paper

    Facility available in the laboratory

    • Software: Python / Matlab with image processing toolbox

    • Desktop PC: High end computing facility available


    Research and Development Laboratory

    Major equipment list of R&D lab: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1Iae11vjGwkJ6sWmQUx_gw5HnV3jpRBmVqOsdfKeJiMM/edit?usp=sharing

    Facilities of R & D and Embedded Systems Laboratory: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1zk_CpaPpF3r0nFBTDrQvMjPtnhk3MEhHhUAvPTrmx_U/edit?usp=sharing

     

 

POST GRADUATE

The Department offers one PG course - M-Tech in   Electronics  &   Communication Engineering

  Followings are the Labs for M-Tech Course

  • Advance Communication  Laboratory

  • Digital Signal Processing  Laboratory

  • Advance RF &  Microwave Engg.  Laboratory

  • Coding & Cryptography Laboratory

  • Wireless Communication Laboratory

  • Image Processing & Pattern Recognition Laboratory

  • Computational Intelligence Lab

Research and Development Laboratory   

Major equipment list of R&D lab

Facilities of R & D and Embedded Systems Laboratory



Basic Electronics Engineering Laboratory (EC191/EC291)

General information about the Laboratory

This is a first level laboratory in which students are introduced with Electronics & Communication Engineering for the first time and are trained with preliminary of Electronics. This Lab is used in odd (1st) and even (2nd) both the semesters. Students of ECE, EE, AEIE and CSE, IT, ME, CE departments are using this lab in 2nd and 1st semesters respectively. Approximate area of the lab is 3000 Sq. ft. which is located in 2nd floor, room no.310A. Average no of student per session are 300.More than eight setup are available. No of students per setup are in general four.

Before starting of the laboratory the students are instructed with necessary safety and precautionary measures that has to be adopted in any electrical laboratory. 2. Well-designed laboratory manual / instruction sheets are provided to students at the beginning of the session for a particular lab. 3. Laboratory is maintained and conducted by well-trained technical supporting staff under the supervision of the faculty members. 4. Most of the technical staffs have undergone first aid and firefighting training.

 




Course Outcomes:

CO1: Identify passive and active electronic components such as Resistors, Capacitors, Diodes, Transistors etc.

CO2: Demonstrate measuring and testing equipment like DC power supply, Multi-meter, C.R.O, Signal generators etc

CO3: Illustrate characteristics of Diodes, BJTs, CB, CE and CC mode transistors, Field Effect Transistors, OPAMPs, Logic Gates and Boolean functions

CO4: Determine OPAMPs parameters, regulation & ripple factor of half & full-wave rectifiers.

CO5: Design OPAMP circuits Inverting and Non-inverting amplifiers, Adders, Integrators and Differentiators, Boolean functions using Logic Gates.

 

Name of the experiments performed

  1. Familiarization with passive and active electronic components such as Resistors, Inductors,

  2. Capacitors, Diodes, Transistors (BJT) and electronic equipment like DC power supplies, multi-meters etc.

  3. Familiarization with measuring and testing equipment like CRO, Signal generators etc.

  4. Study of I-V characteristics of P-N Junction diodes.

  5. Study of I-V characteristics of Zener diodes.

  6. Study of Half and Full wave rectifiers with Regulation and Ripple factors.

  7. Study of I-V characteristics of BJTs.

  8. Study of I-V characteristics of Field Effect Transistors.

  9. Determination of input-offset voltage, input bias current and Slew rate of OPAMPs.

  10. Determination of Common-mode Rejection ratio, Bandwidth and Off-set null of OPAMPs.

  11. Study of OPAMP circuits: Inverting and Non-inverting amplifiers, Adders, Integrators and Differentiators.

  12. Study of Logic Gates and realization of Boolean functions using Logic Gates.

  13. Study of Characteristic curves for CB, CE and CC mode transistors.

Innovative Experiment:

  1. Lissajous figure demonstration in X-Y mode on CRO.

Facility available in the laboratory

In this laboratory there are sufficient number of working benches (nearly 10), so that the students can work comfortably. Each of the benches are fully equipped with:

  • Signal sources

  • Power supply

  •  Measuring instruments like digital multi-meter, C.R.O etc.

Digital Electronics Circuit Laboratory (EC-493)

General information about the Laboratory: This lab is used for 2nd year of Electrical, EIE and IT Students in Odd semester   and in Even Semester is used for 2nd year ECE students. Approximate area of this Lab is 2000 Sq. ft. and its location at 2nd floor, Room no-312 A. Total no of students in each Lab are 30 (approx.) students and no of student performing for each setup are 4 where total setup are eight nos.

Course Outcome:

CO1: Construct circuit using digital IC to verify functionality of Basic Gates. 

CO2: Analyze of universal gate and different digital with the help of De-Morgan’s law and Boolean algebra method.

CO3: Understand combinational circuits- decoder, multiplexer, comparator and sequential circuit-Flip Flop, counter using logic gate and combination system.

CO4: Understand different digital circuits using different logic I.C., L.E.D., Resistor and seven segment display.

Name of the Experiment Performed:

  1. Realization of basic gates using Universal logic gates.

  2. Realization of logic gates using TTL.

  3. Design the circuit of Grey to Binary and vice versa.

  4. Design a circuit for BCD to 7-segment display.

  5. Four-bit parity generator and comparator circuits.

  6. Construction of simple Encoder & Decoder circuits using logic gates.

  7. Construction of simple Multiplexer & De Multiplexer circuits using logic gates.

  8. Design of Half Adder & Full Adder Circuit using Logic Gates.

  9. Design Half Substractor & Full Substractor Circuit using Logic Gates.

  10. Realization of RS, D, JK and T flip-flops using logic gates.

  11. Realization of Register using flip-flops and logic gates.

  12. Realization of Up/Down counters.

Innovative Experiments:

  1. One innovative experiment of digital circuit.

Facility Available in the Laboratory:

  • Function Generator. 1 MHZ.

  • Power Supply.( 0 ---30V, +12 –0 -- -12v. +5volt).

  • Multi-meter. (0 ---20M ohm, 0-1000 DC Volt, 0--700A.C volt, 20micro 10 Amp.)

  • IC Tester (Digital and Linear)

 


Analog Electronic Circuits Laboratory (EC-492)

General information about the Laboratory: Analog Electronic Circuits laboratory is situated 2nd floor, room no. 312B.Geometric area of this lab is about 1250 square feet. According to present curriculum B-Tech (ECE) 4th Semester Students perform experiments on Analog Electronic Circuits Laboratory.

Course Outcomes:

CO1: Able to construct half wave, full wave and bridge rectifier circuits and regulator.

CO2: Able to design Transistor based single stage R-C coupled voltage amplifier and different classes of power amplifier circuit with given specification.

CO3: Able to construct as-stable, bi-stable and mono-stable mode timer circuit using IC 555.

CO4: Able to design Inverting and Non-inverting amplifier, Integrator, differentiator, Wean Bridge and RC phase shift oscillator using Op-Amp.

Name of the experiments performed

  1. Study of voltage regulator circuit using Zener diode.

  2. Design of RC coupled amplifier & study of its gain & Bandwidth using BJT.

  3. Design of RC Phase shift oscillator using BJT.

  4. Study of class B power amplifiers.

  5. Design of differential amplifier circuit using BJT.

  6. Study of Integrator and Differentiator using OPAMP IC 741

  7. Design of low pass and high pass active filter using OPAMP and study of its frequency response.

  8. Study of timer circuit using NE555 & configuration for mono-stable & as-stable-multi-vibrator.

  9. Study of voltage controlled oscillator.

Name of the innovative experiments

  1. Design a simple function generator using IC.

  2. Design of Pulse wave generator circuit.

  3. Design of DC power supply.

 


Facility available in the laboratory

In this laboratory there are eight numbers of working benches, so that the students can work comfortably. Each of the benches are fully equipped with:

  •  Function generator(4MHz,30Vp-p),

  • Power supply 2- channel (0-30V), 3A with maximum current control facility, 1 channel fixed 5V/3A

  • Cathode Ray oscilloscope 2-Channel, 30MHz

  • Measuring instruments like advanced digital multi-meter, LCR meter etc.

  • Facilities of soldering and disordering, and other testing equipments like DSO, Power meter etc are there which are mainly used for project and some innovative experiments.

 Major Equipment

  • Digital Storage Oscilloscope (100 MHz)



Microprocessor and Micro controller Lab (EC592)

General information about the Laboratory: This  lab is used for ODD Semester EE 3rd Year and  ECE 3rd Year its Approximation Area is 1800 sq. ft . and  Location at  2nd floor  Room no – 311. Generally we  are Conducting the Lab, Average  of student per Session is 30 nos. and Experimental  Setup is 8 nos.  

 

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1: Apply the basic instruction sets (data transfer, arithmetic, logical) with small assignments based on that.

CO2: Analyze different arithmetic, logical and branching operations through programming (Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Square, Complement, Look up table, Copying a block of memory, Shifting ,Packing and unpacking of BCD numbers,  Binary to ASCII conversion,  Smaller no.,  Larger no., Ascending order, Descending Order) using trainer kit and simulator.

CO3: Interface 8255 with 8085 through peripheral mapped IO programming like LED display, stepper motor rotation.

CO4: Interpret 8051 micro controller basic programming.

 

Name of the experiments performed :

 

  1. Familiarization  with  8085  register  level  architecture,  the  basic  instruction  sets ( data transfer, arithmetic, logical, branching) and the trainer kit components including the memory map.      

  2. Familiarization with  the process of storing, executing and viewing the contents of memory as well as registers in the trainer kit 8085 and simulator through small assignments.

  3. Programming using kit and simulator for:                                                                                  

  • Addition, 

  • Subtraction,

  • Multiplication,

  • Square,

  • Complement,

  • Look up table,

  • Copying a block of memory,

  • Shifting ,

  • Packing and unpacking of BCD numbers,

  • Binary to ASCII conversion,

  • Smaller no.,  Larger no., Ascending order, Descending Order

       4. Program  using  subroutine  calls  and  IN/OUT  instructions using 8255 PPI  on  the  trainer  kit e.g.        

           Subroutine for delay, reading switch state and glowing LEDs accordingly.

       

       5. Program for serial communication between two trainer kits.

       6. Study of 8051 Micro controller kit and writing programs.

                                                                

 Name of the innovative experiments

  1. Program to show Fibonacci series as output.

  2. Program for Square wave generation on oscilloscope using 8255.

  3. Program for Stepper motor rotation using 8255.                                                                    

 

Facility available in the laboratory

 

  • 8085 Microprocessor Trainer Kit. Technology NMOS, Frequency, 3MHz. 

  • 8051 Microcontroller Kit, 12MHz, 32bit 

  • Seven Segment Display interface With Microprocessor. 

  • DC Motor Interface VMC 8501 

  • Stepper Motor Interface VMC 8501 

  • Hex Keyboard Interface Normal 

  • Switch LED Buzzer Interface. 

  • C.R.O 25MHz, and 50MHz 4 trace, 2-ch oscilloscope 

  • Function generator 1 MHz, Amplitude 100mv ~1v with -20db attenuation. 

  • Simulator using pc



ANALOG & Digital Communication Systems Laboratory (EC-591)

General information about the Laboratory: This Lab is used in 5th semesters, Student of ECE departments are using this lab, Approximate area of the lab is 1250sq ft, Location  of the lab is 2nd Floor and Room No-310B, Average no of student per session 30 to 35, No of setup available is 8, No of students per setup is 4.

Course Outcomes:

CO1:  Analyze the concept of analog and digital communication techniques and their applications.

CO2:  Demonstrate to the practical methods of the use of generating communication signals.

CO3:  Evaluate practical methods of the use of demodulation of communication signals.

CO4:  Distinguish the significance of signal constellation and spectral width.

CO5: Develop insight into the relations between the input and output signals in various stages of a transmitter and a receiver.


Name of the experiments performed

  1. Measurement of output power with varying modulation index an AM signal (for both DSB- & SSB). 

  2. Measurement of the demodulated output with varying modulation index of an AM signal (for both DSB-SC & SSB). 

  3. Measurement of power of different frequency components of a frequency modulated signal & the measurement of the bandwidth. 

  4. Design a PLL using VCO & to measure the lock frequency. 

  5. Study of pulse amplitude modulation (PAM) and demodulation. 

  6. Study of PCM and demodulation.

  7. Study of delta modulator and demodulator

  8. Study of ASK modulator and demodulator

  9. Study of BPSK modulator and demodulator

  10. Study of BFSK modulator and demodulator.

  11. Study of QPSK modulator and demodulator.

Name of the innovative experiments

  1. Breadboard realization of digital communication circuit for voice


Facility available in the laboratory

  • Signal Generator (Direct Digital Synthesis Signal Generator), 3MHz, 1 Channel, Output     Voltage ± 20Vpp in 50Ω Load.

  • 10MHz – Modulation Function-Pulse Generator, Output Voltage ± 20Vpp in 50Ω Load.

  • Cathode Ray Oscilloscope (CRO), 100MHz, 2 Channels, 4 Trace

  • Cathode Ray Oscilloscope (CRO), 50MHz, 2 Channels, 4 Trace

  • Digital Storage Oscilloscope (DSO), 50MHz, 2 Channels, 4 Trace, 250MSa/s Real-Time and 25GSa/s Equivalent-Time Sampling

  • Digital Storage Oscilloscope (DSO), 100MHz, 2 Channels, 4 Trace, Real-Time Sample Rate 1.0SG/s

  • Spectrum Analyser Frequency Range: 150KHz to 1050MHz 4½ Digit Display: Centre & Marker Frequency, 0.1MHz Resolution Amplitude Range : -100dBm to +13dBm Filters : 20KHz, 400KHz & Video Filter AM /FM Demodulator Included Full Range Built-in Tracking Generator : 0.15MHz to 1050MHz.

  • Multiple Power Supply, A : 0-30 V, 1 A continuously variable by means of coarse & fine controls, 5 V, 1 A Adjustable from 4 V - 6 V, 0 - ± 15 V, 1 A adjustable by means of coarse & fine controls.

  • Distortion Meter, Frequency Range: 20Hz to 20 KHz

  •  8 Bit Variable Data Generator:  Output : 8 bit (variable) Clock Frequency : Internal : 240       KHz, External : up to 1 MHz Rise Time : 80 ns approx. Power Supply : 220 V ±10 %, 50 Hz / 60 Hz on request Power consumption : 2 VA (approx.)

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