Laboratories

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Analog Electronics Lab :

Equipments Required : Analog CRO (30MHz), Function Generator(0-1MHz), Digital Voltmeter/Ammeters, Power Supply, Digital Multimeters, Computers.

Conducted Labs : 3rd Sem.

Description : 

  • This laboratory course enables students to get practical experience in design, assembly and evaluation/testing of analog circuits.
  • It enhances knowledge in learning of circuits like clipper, clamper, RC Coupled Amplifiers, Oscillators, Regulators etc. by using discrete components & by  Pspice simulation package.
  • Acquire knowledge of JFETs and MOSFETs and their applications.
  • Analyze the performance of JFETs and MOSFET circuits .

Outcome of this laboratory course:

The students will be able to design various analog circuits and measure various parameters using various electronic devices like Cathode ray Oscilloscope, Signal Generators, Multi meters.

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Analog Electronics Lab :

Equipments Required : Digital Trainer kits, Computers.

Utilization : 3rd Sem.

Description :

  • The Students will be in a position to understand the working of different digital electronic circuits. They will become familiar with the design and develop circuits using Integrated Circuit (IC’s) as well as use Pspice simulation package to design digital circuits.
  • This laboratory course enables students to get practical experience in design, assembly and evaluation/testing of
  • Computational logic circuits
  • Flip-Flops and their operations
  • Counters and Registers using Flip-Flops.
  • Synchronous and Asynchronous Sequential Circuits
  • A/D and D/A Converters.

Outcome of this laboratory course:

  • This laboratory course enables students to get practical experience in design, assembly and evaluation/testing of digital circuits.
  • The students will be able to use Digital Trainer Kit, Multi meters and components like Resistors and Integrated Circuits.
  • Design and demonstrate various computational logic circuits.
  • Design and demonstrate various types of counters and Registers using Flip-Flops.
  • Use simulation package to design circuits.

Understand the working and implementation of ALU.

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Digital Electronics Lab :

Description :Digital Trainer kits, Analog Trainer Kits

Conducted Labs :Digital Electronics Lab (3rd Sem).

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VLSI  & Micro-Controller Lab :

Description : 

Conducted Labs :VLSI Lab (7th Sem), Microcontroller Lab (4th  Sem)

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DSP & HDL Lab :

 

Facilities available : 

  • Software tools: Cadence Bundle, Microwind, Xilinx ISE Foundation Software.
  • 20 Linux Workstations and 15 Windows Workstations.
  • Logical Analyzer and Pattern Generator.
  • Hardware equipment – FPGA and CPLD development kits for Xilinx, Analog and Digital IO boards.
  • Networked computing environment with Linux platform.

Utilization : HDL Lab – 6th Sem; VLSI Lab – 7th Sem

Description :

This laboratory course enables students to :

  • Understand the various fields of VLSI design.
  • Design and Implement Synchronous and Asynchronous VLSI Design using Xilinx and Cadence Tool.
  • Design and Implementation of Digital Circuits using Xilinx and Cadence Tool.
  • Study the Architecture, Synthesis and Verification of VLSI Circuits using MOSFETS.
  • Design and Implementation of Analog Circuits and Stick Diagrams using Cadence Tool.

Outcome of this laboratory course:

This laboratory course enables students to:

  • Gain hands-on experience in the field of VLSI design which will be useful for the growing microelectronics industry.
  • Provide a better understanding of the problems faced and the tools used at different stages of VLSI design.
  • Understands to implement programs on Windows and Linux platform using Hardware Description Language.
  • Develop standard cell design, analog design, architectures and synthesis of VLSI circuits and verification of VLSI designs.

These experiments help the students select a project for their final year project work.

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Linear IC’s and Communication Lab:

Equipments Required : Analog CRO(30MHz), Function generator(0-1MHz), Digital voltmeter/Ammeters, Power supply, Digital Multimeters

Utilization : 4th EC

Description : This laboratory course enables students to

  • Design, demonstrate and analyze instrumentation amplifier, filters, DAC, adder, differentiator and integrator circuits, using op-amp.
  • Design, Demonstrate and Analyze multivibrators and oscillator circuits using op-amp.
  • Design, Demonstrate and Analyze analog systems for AM, FM and Mixer operations.
  • Design, Demonstrate and Analyze balance modulation and frequency synthesis.
  • Demonstrate and Analyze pulse sampling and flat top sampling.

Outcome of this laboratory course:

This laboratory course enables students to:

  • Gain hands-on experience in building analog systems for a given specification using the basic building blocks.
  • Gain hands-on experience in AM and FM techniques, frequency synthesis.
  • Gain hands-on experience in pulse and flat top sampling techniques.
  • Make the right choice of an IC and design the circuit for a given application.
  • Design and analyze the performance of instrumentation amplifier, LPF, HPF, DAC and oscillators using linear IC.

Understand the applications of Linear IC for addition, integration and 555timer operation to generate signals/pulses.)

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Microprocessor Lab :

Equipments Required : Computers, MASM Software

Utilization : 4th EC

Description : This course will enable students to:

  • Think logically.
  • Get familiarize with 8086 instructions and DOS 21H interrupts and function calls.
  • Develop and test assembly language programs to use instructions of 8086.
  • Get familiarize with interfacing of various peripheral devices with 8086 Microprocessor for simple applications.

Outcome of this laboratory course:

The students will be able to:

  • Program a microprocessor to perform arithmetic, logical and data transfer applications.
  • Understand assembler directives, DOS Interrupts, branch and loop operations.
  • Interface a microprocessor to various devices for simple applications.
  • Effectively utilize microprocessor peripherals.

Utilize procedures and macros for modular programming.

Microprocessor Lab :
Advanced Communication Lab

Equipments Required : Digital Storage Oscilloscope, Function generator(0-1MHz),Digital voltmeter/Ammeters, Power supply, Digital Multimeters, OFC Kits, TDM Trainer Kit, Digital Communication Trainer Kits: QPSK, DSPK, VSWR Meter, Microwave Signal Generators, Antenna Bench, Micro Strip Bench, Microwave Test Bench using Klystron, Gunn Diode.

Utilization : 7th Sem

Description : 

The Advanced Communication Laboratory deals with the design and verification of the concepts of digital communication systems that operates from MHz-GHz range

  • The lab includes experiments related to various Digital Modulation and Demodulation techniques like ASK, FSK, BPSK.
  • Design and analysis of basic antenna types and their radiation patterns
  • Introduction to the fundaments of microwave communication and challenges

Outcome of this laboratory course:

This laboratory course enables students to understand :

  • The microwave signal measurement using VSWR and frequency meter.
  • The design, application and practical implementation of various Digital Modulation techniques.
  • The characteristics of various antenna and its coverage area.

The characteristics and various losses associated with OFC channel

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Power Electronic Lab :

Description: Analog CRO(30MHz), Function generator(0-1MHz), Digital voltmeter/Ammeters, Power supply, Digital Multimeters

Conducted Labs :Power Electronic Lab(7th EC)

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Research Center Lab:

Description : 

Conducted Labs :Research Projects (Ph. D Students and Faculties) .

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E-Class Room

Description:

Conducted Labs :Seminars, Research Work Related Presentation (Ph. D Students) . Smart Board with overhead Hitachi Projector, Green Board,E-Podium