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Communication Lab

  • This lab deals with the study of analog and digital communication systems. Experiments based on amplitude modulation, frequency modulation, double side band modulation, single side band modulation are performed.

    Various parameters of receiver like sensitivity, selectivity & fidelity are tested. Experiments of PAM, PWM, PPM, PCM, Delta modulation & adaptive delta modulation are performed. Advanced digital common training boards are available for performing experiments based on digital modulation techniques ASK, PSK & FSK and their demodulation using Parity Generator, Error Detection & Correction.

  • The following equipments are available in this lab

    1. Amplitude Modulation & Demodulation Trainer
    2. Frequency Modulation & Demodulation Trainer
    3. PAM, PVM PPM Trainer
    4. Sampling & Reconstruction Trainer
    5. PCM, Delta modulation & Adaptive Delta Modulation & De Modulation Trainer
    6. Data formatting & reformatting trainer
    7. Transmission line analysis
    8. Antenna training systems.
  • Digital Signal Processing Lab

    EExperiments based on the verification of basic and advanced DSP are done in this lab. Advanced DSP starter kits are available for performing the experiments, along with the simulation using MATLAB and its various toolboxes.
    The following tools are available in this lab:

    1. Signal processing toolbox
    2. Communications toolbox
    3. Filter design and analysis tool
    4. Window visualization tool
    5. Filter visualization tool
    6. DSP starter kits- TMS320C713
    7. Code Composer Studio 2.21
  • CAD Lab

    With the increasing growth in the field of Electronics & Communications there is a need for computer aided design and simulation of various circuits. In this lab, LTSPICE and QUCS software is available with regular features of the package.

  • PCB Lab

    The PCB lab has special machines like PCB coating machine, etching machine, and UV light producer, Baking Oven and drilling Facility to produce single side PCBs. Using these machines students can design PCBs for their projects.

  • Microprocessor Lab

    This lab deals with 8085 and 8086 experimental set-up to perform various experiments. The lab offers performing & interfacing facilities to control peripherals like stepper motor, traffic lights controller, and temperature controller. ADC and DAC and interfacing cards are provided such as 8251, 8253, 8255, 8257, 8279, 8155, and 61160. The kits and cards available in this lab are: 8085 microprocessor kits and advanced microprocessor kits with LCD display.

  • Micro Controller Lab

    Microcontroller is the single chip device containing CPU and other associated circuitry along with memory. The microcontroller lab consists of programming and debugging facility with licensed software along with the following tools:

    1. Integrated Programming Tool (IPT)
    2. Visual program builder (VPB)
    3. C-Cross Complier and Debugger
    4. Virtual Code Generator

    The facility of transferring the simulated program into 8051 micro controller chip is also available with Embedded Driver Routines along with bread board facility for testing of hardware circuits. Applications specific kits are also available for demonstration and learning purposes.

    The lab is equipped with ARM, PSoC, ATMega 16, 8051, PIC microcontroller kits for advance users as well as Keil & Proteus platforms.

  • Microwave Lab

    This lab deals with measurement on microwave benches of X-band and characteristics of Reflex Klystron Tube and Gunn diode. Experiments based on measurements of frequency and wavelength, VSWR, impedance, radiation pattern insertion loss, directivity, gain and bandwidth of various antennas are performed. In addition to this design experiments based on common hardware design like rectangular and circular waveguides, frequency meters, directional coupler, micro-strip couplers, phase shifters, E, H band attenuators, reflex Klystron tube, Gunn oscillators, isolator, VSWR meters, power supplies, CROs and multimeters are also performed.

  • Analog Electronics Lab

    This lab gives the concepts of basic electronics, solid state devices & circuits and linear IC (OPAMP, 741 & 555) applications. A variety of experiments relating to diode and transistor as an amplifier, Darlington amplifiers, push-pull amplifiers, negative feedback amplifiers and Wein-bridge oscillators are performed. In addition, experiments based on times IC 555, IC 741 such as active filters (low pass, high pass, land pass), instrumentation amplifiers, stable a mono-stable multi-vibrators are performed. The lab also has equipment like CROs, function generators, power supplies, multimeters, trainer boards of RC coupled amplifiers, Wein-bridge oscillator, Analog IC tester & LCR meter.

  • Antenna Design Lab

    The use of the Numerical Electro magnetics Code (NEC) /HFSS/FEKO software. This software can be used for the analysis and design of antennas and can predict antenna input impedance, patterns, currents, etc.

  • DRDO Project Lab

    A research team is working on 27.838 lakh project funded by DRDO, under the guidance of Prof. S. C. Gupta, the duration of the project is 2.5 years starting from Jan., 2015. The topic of research is “Metamaterial based leaky wave antennas which have some peculiar characteristics of electronic beam scanning and high gain”. Four papers have been published in different technical conferences so far.

  • Photonics Lab

    The Photonics Lab is established in the year 2014 for UG, PG and Research Scholars.

    The lab is enriched by sophisticated software OptiBPM of worth 4.72 Lakh. Our students have published the many papers in International SCI Journals and in International conferences of SPIE and OSA (Munich, Germany and San Jose, California, USA in 2015.)