- EDC and ECA Laboratory
Electronic Devices and Circuits laboratory is well equipped with the latest signal generators, oscilloscopes, digital trainer kits, and measuring instruments. Students of various branches design and test their analog /digital/mixed signals, digital circuits as part of their curriculum. Guidance is provided to the students by a team of expert faculty and lab technicians. Electronic Devices and Circuits Laboratory equipped with a wide range of advanced components that cover practical oriented electronic circuits that are very essential for the students to solidify their theoretical concepts. This laboratory provides a communication bridge between the theory and practical world of electronic circuits.
- MPMC Laboratory
Microprocessor lab helps the students enhance their knowledge about various processors such as 8085, 8086, micro-controllers, Pentium processors, and also the interfacing of these processors with other equipments. Students from another branch of engineering and sciences also come to this lab and develop their skills in the field of microprocessors and their applications. The features and facilities available in this lab will help the students do their projects and enhance their knowledge about the latest trends and technologies.
- Simulation Laboratory
Digital Signal Processing and VLSI applications are becoming more prevalent in everyday use. The field of Signals & Systems, DSP/VLSI was developed due to the flexibility offered by the use of digital computers in implementing signal processing algorithms and systems. There is a constant need for designing systems with lower power, higher speed, and lower area. The DSP/VLSI lab is equipped with hordes of personal computers. The students enrich their knowledge by using the software tools like MATLAB, Modelsim, Xilinx, HDL Designer Pro Tanner, and Code Composer Studio to perform embedded-based experiments.
- ICA & ACS Laboratory
Digital and Linear Integrated Circuits Lab is very important for designing the characteristics of OP-AMP, 555 Timer IC and to simulate the applications of OP-AMP. It is also used for designing digital circuits. Students of various branches design and test their circuits as part of their curriculum. Guidance is provided to the students by a team of expert faculty and lab technicians. The labs are kept open after college hours to enable the students to engage themselves in designing /testing the circuits in their leisure hours.
Also, Students experience real-time behavior of different Analog modulation schemes and technically visualize spectra of different Analog modulation schemes like FM, AM. To analyze practical behavior of different elements available in an analog communication system such as filters, amplifiers, etc., and measure characteristics of radio receiver and antenna measurements.
- MW&OC and DCS Laboratory
In Microwave Lab, the students are exposed to microwave active devices like klystron, Gunn diode and passive devices isolator, circulator, slide screw tuner, magic tee, directional coupler, horn antenna, attenuator, terminations. The students perform all the experiments as prescribed by the university. The optical lab is equipped with fiber optic trainer kits and modules to enable the study of components of an optical communication system. The students perform experiments to study the characteristics of optical sources (LED & LD) and optical detectors (LD & APD) and optical fibers. Fault detection in a fiber link is studied using the OTDR module. An FSO module enables the study of the Transmission of optical signals in free space.
Also, Students experience real-time behavior of different digital modulation schemes and technically visualize spectra of different digital modulation schemes.
- Project Laboratory
In this laboratory, students will develop their hands-on experience of various hardware components learned in electronics and communication subjects. This laboratory facility is exclusively provided to the students to carry out their project works. Also, it is equipped with educational tools to create interest and a better understanding of electronics. Students are encouraged to do project work domain-wise with the support of the facilities provided in the laboratory. They work on connecting the components on a PCB and learn to dump coding in hardware components especially in different types of microcontrollers.