Program: B.Tech. in Electronics and Communication Engineering
Department Of Electronics And Communication Engineering
The mission of the ECE Department is to provide education for those students who are able to compete internationally, able to produce creative solutions to the society’s needs, conscious to the universal moral values, adherent to the professional ethical code, and to generate and disseminate knowledge and technologies essential to the local and global needs in the field of electronics and communication engineering.
The vision of the ECE Department is to become a nationally and internationally leading institution of higher learning, building upon the culture and the values of universal science and contemporary education, and a center of research and education generating the knowledge and the technologies which lay the groundwork in shaping the future in the fields of electronics and communication engineering.
LAB FACILITES: Electron Devices and Circuits Lab
The area of Electron devices and Circuits covers the Electronic circuits – I, Electronic Circuits-II and Electronic Devices. It houses a large number of state of the art equipments like Digital Storage Oscilloscopes, CRO, Function Generators, Power Supply units and Linear IC Trainer Kits. Using these students can perform experimentation on verification of Network theorems, applications of Diodes, transistors, Op-Amps and design of Multivibrators, Oscillators and Amplifiers.
The department has fully equipped laboratory in the area of Digital Electronics and Integrated Circuits. The lab houses Digital IC Trainer Kits. Using these students can perform experimentation on realization and verification of various Digital Circuits like Adders, Subtractor, Multiplexers, Demultiplexers, Encoders, Decoders, Flip-Flops, Registers and Counters. This lab also includes experiments on applications of Op-Amps, timers, Phase Locked Loops, Multipliers and Oscillators.
Analog and Digital Communication Lab
Analog Communication Laboratory provides an opportunity for experimental learning of the concepts of analog communication systems. This lab includes experiments on Analog and Digital Modulation techniques like AM, FM, PAM, FSK, PCM, Delta and Pre-emphasis and De-emphasis techniques. This lab is equipped with Oscilloscopes, Function Generators, Modules for Digital Modulation and Demodulation techniques and Power Supply units. Digital Communication Laboratory also includes experimentation on applications of Fiber Optic Communication.
This lab is primarily divided in to Simulation and Emulation. Using MATLAB the DSP operations such as Linear and Circular Convolution, Auto and Cross Correlation, Verification of Sampling Theorem, Computation of FFT and Designing of IIR and FIR Digital Filters are simulated. These experiments are also emulated using TMS DSK6713 Kits.
This lab uses MATLAB tools and TMS 320C5416 Kits. The Poles and Zeros, frequency response of IIR and FIR Digital Filters, Concepts of Time Domain Windowing, Hamming Windowing, Kaiser Windowing are simulated. The experiments on image sampling, computation of FFT, Fourier Transforms, Inverse Fourier Transforms, delayed auditory feedback signal are emulated using TMS 320C6713 DSP Processor.
Microprocessor and Microcontroller Lab
The Microprocessor 8085 and 8086 Laboratory includes both software and interfacing modules. The objective of the lab with respect to software module is to understand the types of data transfer, to perform arithmetic and logical operations, bit and string manipulation instructions, branch/loop instructions. This is executed by making use of High Level Assembler, Macro Assembler, MASM. Intel 8255 PPI cards are used with Intel 8085 and 8086 to execute interfacing programmes which include Matrix Keyboard interfacing, Seven Segment Display interfacing, Logical Control Interfacing, Stepper motor interfacing etc.
The Microcontrollers 8051 Laboratory also includes both software and interfacing modules. The objective of the lab with respect to software module is to understand the types of data transfer, to perform arithmetic and logical operations, branch and subroutines and Bit Addressability. This is executed by making use of Keil Micro Vision Simulator. Interfacing Modules such as Dual DAC, Hex Key pad, Elevator, Calculator, Temperature Controller and Speed Control of Stepper and DC motors are programmed making use of four I/O Ports which are integral part of 8051.