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Electronic and Communication Engineering.
          


M.Tech in Electronics & Communication Engineering (Seats = 24)  

If any branch of engineering can be said to have revolutionized the entire globe it is unquestionably Electronics.  Computers, Satellites, Cell phones, TVs, and sensors all use electronics as the heart & soul and mind with a result that gigantic globe is only as good as a miniature globe on your palm. The technology is all pervasive and its absence from any part of life is unimaginable. 

The ECE department has well qualified, experienced and dedicated faculty and staff to deliver the latest developments in the field to the students. The ECE department is fully air conditioned, equipped with state-of-the art laboratories which have been setup by the experts in the field. We keep on updating our laboratories to keep pace with latest breakthroughs in order to meet the challenges of modern era. A right blend of theory and practical is imparted to the students to enlighten and hone their skills and abilities and make them better professionals. We encourage active participation of student in seminars, symposia, industrial visit, technical paper presentation & discussion and extensive research by working on various projects through high speed internet and a rich library with standard books and latest journals .As a matter of conviction we practice interactive teaching in classes rather than usual lecture delivery.

       
   







The college provides students with state-of-the-art infrastructure. The computer labs have the latest configurations and are supported by equally high quality softwares.  
   
The ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION labs are:  
1. Analog Integrated Circuit Lab
2. Communication Lab
3. Microprocessor Lab 
4. Computer Aided Design Lab 
5. Digital Signal Processing Lab 
6. Digital Electronics Lab
7. Microwave & Optical communication Lab 
8. Electronic Workshop & PCB designing Lab
9. Project Lab 
10. Computer Organization Lab

 

 

 

 
   
1. Analog Integrated Circuit Lab:-  

Study of operational amplifier (741IC), which is used to perform a wide variety of linear functions and also some non-linear operations & perform mathematical operations such as summation, subtraction, differentiation and integration etc. and some wave/pulse generation function, frequency multiplier, phase locked loop, A/D and D/A converter and IC 555.

Lab objectives: The students  

    1. Learn in detail various practical uses of op-amp along with its parameters
          2. Learn to Design various filters and voltage regulators.
 

















   
2.Communication Lab: -  

In this lab the basic principles the modulation and demodulation techniques of analog & digital communication are taught through various analyses.

Lab objectives: The students

  1. Perform various types of modulation and demodulations techniques.
      2. Get the knowledge of Armstrong and foster seely discriminator method
 
   
3. Microprocessor Lab: -  

Students get wide exposure to 8085 & 8086 microprocessors & interfacing with several cards e.g. PC to microprocessor & microprocessor to PC. Microprocessor, peripheral & interfacing cuts & devices deal with assembly language programming of Intel 8086/8085 μp. It describes how to interface various peripheral devices with a microprocessor and gives electronic circuitry & programs.

Lab objectives: The students

    1. Deals with microprocessors 8085 & 8086 kits and performs the program on assembly language.    
          2.  Learn how to debug the assembly language program and interface between chip and peripherals with proper and complete guidance
 
   
4. Computer Aided Design Lab:-  

In this lab advanced CAD tools are available to generate and edit the electronic circuits on a computer. The schematic description of the digital system is captured. This process is supported by libraries of standard parts that are places to compare an implementation. Another way to describe a digital system is through P-SPICE. 

Lab objectives:

VLSI design facility with modern CAD tools to train students about sophistication in VLSI Design.
 
   
5. Digital Signal Processing Lab:-  

Digital processing of a signal facilitates the sharing of a signal processor among a no. of signals by time sharing. Digital implementation of a system allows easy adjustment of the processor characteristics during processing. Such type of adjustment are often needed in adaptive filters with digital filters, linear phase characteristics can be achieved.

Lab objectives:

  1. The students interact and work on TMS320C6713™ DSP software and 6713 DSK kit, used for digital signal processing.
       2.   The aim of this lab is to give a complete idea to the student, how to design and implement a digital IIR filter, FIR filter, convolution, differential equation, FFT, DFT and observe their frequency responses.
 
   
6. Digital Electronics Lab:-  

In present scenario, digital logic is widely used in communication and IT related sectors. This lab facilitates students to have deeper understanding of digital logic design. In this lab Boolean algebra & truth tables are used for the analysis and design of combinational circuit and state transition techniques for analysis and design of sequential circuits. A brief idea of different digital I.C. is provided.

Lab objectives: The students

 

  1. Learn use of encoder & decoders, multiplexers & demultiplexers, various flip-flops, parity generators & parity checkers and the magnitudes comparator.
  2. Design Adders, subtractors, counters & shift registers using various ICs.
      3. Assimilate the concepts of digital design.

 

 
   
7. Microwave & Optical communication Lab:-  

In this lab the concepts of transmission line are studied. The concepts of traveling waves, standing waves, propagation factor, characteristic impedance, dissipation loss are explained through microwave benches. In optical communication lab students perform experiments using OFC cable and verify the signal at the receiver output, study losses and transfer data between two PCs. 

Lab Objectives: The students

  1. Get the complete information about the functioning of the optical fiber cable and perform various experiments based on it.
      2. Calculate various parameters of OFC through which they get the idea of the nature and property of the OFC.
 
 
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