Oscilloscope -oSsioo, Function Generator Model: GFG 8210, Signal Generator, Analog/Digital Trainer Kit, Meter: LCR meter, Digital & Analog multi meter, Pencil & IC Tester RAW Materials: IC, Transistor, Transformer, Speaker, DC Motor, Diode, LED, J-FET, UJT, MOSFET, Diac, Triac, SCR, 7-Segment Display.
Digital Communication Trainer, BPSK, DPSK, QPSK, ADCL-123, ACAML Analog Communication System, AM Transmitter, Telecommunication Trainer, Mobile Communication Trainer Base Remote Unit (MAN&TEL), Optical Fiber Communication Training System, WiMAX and CDMA Training System,VPI Transmission Maker Simulation Software, Photon Design Software (FIMWAVE/FIMPROP).
This laboratory provides a practical knowledge of digital signal processing (DSP) including discrete-time linear systems, filtering, sampling, and discrete-time Fourier analysis. In this Lab., MATLAB is used for a computer-based DSP laboratory course. By the end of this course, students should be able to analyze discrete-time systems by examining their input and output signals, compute a system output in either time or frequency domain concept. This also helpful to introduce the students about the discrete-time signal, continuous-time signal, the conditions for perfect reconstruction, understand the difference between discrete-time signals and digital signals and the practical considerations, design good digital filters. Students can also visualize the Fourier transform, Fourier series, Discrete Fourier transform, Z-transform, fast way to compute the Discrete Fourier transform, analyze the spectrum of real and imaginary signals by using numerical simulation in MATLAB.
Digital Signal Processing Trainer, MATLAB Software, LAB View Simulation Software, Code Block, Turbo C.
In this laboratory, students get the opportunity to apply the theoretical knowledge they acquired in their microprocessor courses to real hardware and software. The students write code in assembly language to develop a strong understanding the fundamental operations of microprocessor and microcontroller. The students also able to understand the interfacing of microprocessors with various peripherals and internal architecture of different basic microprocessors, e.g., INTEL 8o85 and 8o86. Microprocessor lab is equipped with microprocessor kits, microcontrollers and interfacing devices.
Microcontrol Trainer 8085, Microcontrol Trainer 8o86, Industrial Electronics Trainer, PLC Trainer Model: WSB-6o, Advance Automation system Module Model: FATS-5000, Universal Lodar.
This lab familiarizes the students with design, measurement techniques and characterizations of microwave components and devices using spectrum analyzers, vector network analyzers and some computer software. After basic calibration procedures the students should be able to design microwave circuits including attenuators, filters and impedance matching circuits. The students also observe performances of different types of antennas. After acquiring enough knowledge each student has to design microstrip patch antenna using software and fabricates them. The measured results of those antennas are compared with simulation data.
Microwave Trainer ED 3000, Advanced Microlink ECAML — MM.() Series, Antenna Trainer ED 3200, Antenna Trainer Watts 2002 and Matts woo, Transmission Line, GPS Trainer, Satellite Communication System, Vector Network Analyzer Model: E5o71C-285, Spectrum analyzer SM5olo, Naval Radar, CST Microwave Studio.
This lab is equipped with smart devices which are used for advanced research on communication and networking. Characterization of different types of linear and nonlinear devices, two-port networks such as amplifiers and filters, measurement of S parameter, various antenna and RFID design can be done here.
Vector Network Analyzer, Anechoic Chamber, PLC Trainer, Advance Automation system module, Cellular Mobile Trainer, Antenna trainer, Optical Fiber and WiMAX Communication Trainer.
The Department of ECE has a well-equipped rental library. The library has a collection of application specific text books, reference books, journals and conference proceedings on various fields of electronics and communication engineering. It also has a huge collection of undergraduate and post-graduate thesis reports. The library is accessible for the students from 8 a.m to 5 p.m on all workdays.