Electronics and Communication Engineering

Department Labs

 
Laboratory Incharge : Mr. Vishal Gupta Technical Staff : Ms. Shafali Pal Objective: To familiarize students with various digital modulation and demodulation techniques and to make them aware of concept of sampling and line coding techniques. Equipment and Kits Available;
  • Digital Storage Oscilloscope (DSO)
  • Function Generator
  • Power Supply
  • Spectrum Analyzer
  • LCR meter
  • Amplitude Modulation/Demodulation Kit
  • PCM Kit
  • PAM, PWM, PPM Kit
  • ASK, FSK, PSK, QPSK Kit
  • Manchester, RZ, NRZ-M, NRZ-L Kit
  • Delta MOD/DEMOD and adaptive MOD/DEMOD
  • AM TX/RX
  • FM TX/RX
  • Antenna Trainer Kit
  • GSM, GPS and Mobile Trainer Kit
Types of Project (R& D/ Consultancy) that can be carried out in the laboratory: Students can develop projects having applications in area of wireless and wired communication like AM transmitter receiver, FM transmitter receiver, Walkie-talkie and many others. To produce a platform for the scholar to try and do multidisciplinary projects.
Laboratory Incharge : Ms. Shafali Jagga Technical Staff : Mr. Kunwar Pal
Objective: The main objective of CAD of electronics laboratory is to familiarize undergraduate ECE students with the design concepts of analog and digital circuits and also to analyze their operation using computer aided design tools. Students will carry out simulation and analysis of analog and digital building blocks and their application in the field of modern high speed electronics, communication, instrumentation, digital signal processing systems using Computer Aided Design "CAD" tools. Effort is to bridge the gap between knowledge of an undergraduate engineer and skill set desired by the industry. Orcad , PSPICE is used to simulate BJT, NMOS, and CMOS based circuits whereas Xilinks and VHDL is used for the synthesis and simulation of digital circuits. Major CAD Tools and Equipment
  • Xilinx ISE Design Suite 13.2
  • FPGA kit SPARTAN-3 (model: MXS3FK-IM)
  • Orcad 16.0
  • MAT LAB
Types of Project (R& D/ Consultancy) that can be carried out in the laboratory: Analog and mixed signal systems (using Op-amp, IC-555, BJTs, NMOS, PMOS etc.) their design, simulation and analysis. Digital systems (adders, multipliers, ALU etc),their design, synthesis, simulation and implementation over FPGA. Design of digital signal processing blocks for various applications using MATLAB.
Laboratory Incharge : Ms. Meenakshi Sharma, Ms. Pooja Mishra Technical Staff : Ms.Savita Joshi Objective: To Understand the various logic families, breadboard implementation of registers, counters, adders/subtractors and various digital systems. Implementation of different arithmetic & logic operations by using ALU and also introduction of microprocessor 8085. Equipment
  • Digital Trainer Kit
  • Digital IC tester
  • TTL/CMOS Characteristics Kit
  • Logic Gate Trainer
  • 8085 Trainer kit
  • ALU trainer NV 6563
Types of Project (R& D/ Consultancy) that can be carried out in the laboratory: The students can do their projects on Digital System Design (Combinational and Sequential) like alarm annunciator digitally controlled system, ALU Design, Fancy light and Design display board. To produce a platform for the scholar to try and do multidisciplinary projects.
Laboratory Incharge: Mr. Vishal Gupta Technical Staff: Mr. Sachin Goyal Objective:To Familiarize the students with Signal Processing operations using Matlab and their implementations on DSP and FPGA. Equipment
  • DSP Starter kit.
  • Function Generator
  • CRO 250 MHz
  • Vertex-6 FPGA(ML605)
  • Multimedia Speaker
  • MAT LAB Software
Types of Project (R& D/ Consultancy) that can be carried out in the laboratory: Speech Processing, Image Processing, Adaptive Signal Processing, Signal Compression, Digital Filter design, DSP-FPGA based projects.
Laboratory Incharge : Ms. Manpreet Kaur Technical Staff : Mr. S.P. Verma Objective: In integrated circuits lab, experimental verification of IC parameters is done. Design and implementation of various circuits such as function generator, analog filters, multi vibrators, voltage regulators, AGC amplifier and oscillators etc. using ICs such as op-amp, timer, multiplier and PLL as building blocks. Observation and calculation of various performance parameters of the circuits is also done. The main aim is to gain knowledge on performance of the circuit and its applications. The circuits are implemented using TL082, LM741, NE555, ASLK, MPY634KP, power supply, function generator and oscilloscope. These circuits are also simulated over Orcad Pspice and results are compared with those of practical set-up. This lab provides students with knowledge of how smaller circuit becomes an integrated part of a larger system. Equipment
  • Op-amp characteristics trainer kit-8
  • Instrumentation amplifier trainer kit-2
  • Op-amp voltage regulator kit-4
  • Monostable multivibrator trainer kit-4
  • Sample and hold kit-4
  • Analog lab trainer-4
  • Orcad PSPICE
  • CRO (25 and 30 MHz)-11
  • Function generator-12
  • Multiple power supply-12
  • PLL trainer kit-6
  • VCO trainer kit-4
  • A/D and D/A converter trainer kit
  • Active filter kit-2
Types of Project (R& D/ Consultancy) that can be carried out in the laboratory: Analog circuits for various applications can be designed and tested using practical set-up and their performance parameters can be obtained. These circuit parameters can be verified by comparing with those obtained by simulation using CAD tools.
Laboratory Incharge: Dr. Pramod Kumar Technical Staff: Ms. Shafali Paul Objective:The main objective of Antennas & Microwave Laboratory is to bring graduate students up by practical application studies in microwaves components, antennas, also to demonstrate the electromagnetic propagation using microwave sources and antennas at X band frequencies. To provide the state-of-art software for the design and development of various microwave circuits and antennas which is the basic need of our students to cover the qualified engineer requirements in this field. Equipment
  • Microwave benches (Reflex Klystron & Gun diode Based)
  • Microwave Components
  • VSWR meters
  • CRO 250 MHz
  • Antenna Trainer Kit
  • Student Version 3D EM Simulation Software (CST & HFSS)
Types of Project (R& D/ Consultancy) that can be carried out in the laboratory: RF, microwave antennas, Passive & active circuits for various applications at microwave frequency (Microwave Filters, Microwave Diplexer and Mixer). Solar integrated antenna.
Laboratory Incharge: Mr. Ravi Anand Technical Staff: Mr. S.P. Verma Objective: The main objective of Microprocessor Laboratory is to bring graduate students up a level of understanding the working of microprocessors and micro controllers. Also students are able to demonstrate the assembly language programming skills by designing various embedded system applications. Equipment
  • Microprocessor trainer kit-8085,
  • Microprocessor trainer kit8086
  • Microprocessor trainer kit8031/51
  • Interfacing Modules like
  • DMA Controller,
  • PPI(8255),8253,8251,8259,8257
  • Universal Programmer
  • CRO DMM etc.
Types of Project (R& D/ Consultancy) that can be carried out in the laboratory: The students can do their projects supported on assembly language programming. To produce a platform for the scholar to try and do multidisciplinary projects. Also to carry out high quality research in the field of embedded systems.
Laboratory Incharge: Ms. Sarita Chaurasia Technical Staff: Mr. S.P.Verma Objective: The main objective of Electronic Workshop & PCB Lab is to make the students familiar with components, measuring instruments and to create interest in Hardware Technology. It is geared towards teaching the students to use the PCB Design tool, allows the students to design, layout, assemble and test an electronic system implemented on a PCB. Equipment
  • Double sided UV photo unit m/c
  • Photo contact unit m/c
  • Photo curing m/c
  • PCB Drilling m/c
  • Roller tinning machine
  • Shearing m/c 300 mm
  • Proto curing m/c oven
  • Proto Developer Dye machine
  • Photo-Shot PCB Camera m/c
  • Transformer winding machine
  • Photo resist dip coating m/c
  • Coil winding m/c
Types of Project (R& D/ Consultancy) that can be carried out in the laboratory: PCB Designing and testing for all electronics and communication related projects based upon op-amp, timer, transistor, diode, transformer, regulators and other Analog &Digital ICs.
Laboratory Incharge : Dr. Swati Vaid Technical Staff : Mr. Kiranpal ObjectiveThe objective of the project Laboratory is to help the student s develop ability to apply the engineering and technological concepts, tools and techniques to study and attempt to solve any engineering or system problem. In this practical course students will carry out a design oriented project work using various analog/ digital building blocks which they have already studied in their analog electronic/digital electronic courses such as Electronic circuits, integrated circuits and filter design. Equipment
  • Various Test Equipment: CRO, IC Tester, Multi meter.
  • Signal Generation Equipment: DC Regulated Power Supply, Function Generator.
  • Temperature Controlled Soldering Iron
Types of Project (R& D/ Consultancy) that can be carried out in the laboratory: Various real time problems can be solved by implementing required analog , digital components , micro controllers etc. Various Security, Safety, Navigation, Tracking, Detection, Sensing , Automation, Ranging Control Systems can be realized for day to day problems .Biker's Safety System , Automatic Home security System, Navigation based Security system are few of them. Students are encouraged and provided support in solving these issues by providing them proper guidance.
Laboratory Incharge: Ms. Shalini Singh Technical Staff: Mr. Kunwar Pal ObjectiveTo expertise in lab equipment handling and understanding the basic devices, their properties, characteristics in detail, along with their practical usage in the circuit. The main objective of this curriculum/course is to make the students well versed with basic electronic components and circuits. The students are able to : Understand the nature and scope of modern electronics. Describe physical models of basic components. Design and construct simple electronic circuits to accomplish a specific function, e.g. designing amplifiers. Equipment
  • NB 207C 70MHz DSO
  • Analog to Digital convertor kit
  • FET Characteristics Trainer Kit
  • POWER Differential Amplifier Kit
  • SCR Characteristics Trainer Kit.
  • TRIAC Characteristics Trainer Kit.
  • Emitter Follower Trainer Kit.
Types of Project (R& D/ Consultancy) that can be carried out in the laboratory: This laboratory session provides learning opportunities that should enable the student to do the following upon completion of this course: Set up a bias point in a transistor. Verify the working of diodes, transistors and their applications. Build a common emitter/base/collector amplifier and measure their Voltage gain. Learn to design different types of filters ,oscillators , converters and their applications.
Laboratory Incharge: Mr. Akshay Singh Technical Staff: Mr. S. P. Verma ObjectiveThe goal of this lab is to learn to work with very powerful Embedded Linux Computer i.e. Raspberry Pi, understand the difference between a commercial IoT device and a consumer IoT device, explain the approaches that a business can take when preparing to implement an IoT solution, describe the device categories available in the marketplace and characteristics of commonly used devices, evaluate and align a use case scenario or problem statement with a real-world IoT implementation and architecture. Equipment
  • Raspberry Pi : 3B+ (Single Computer Board)
  • Beaglebone Black (Single Computer Board)
  • Arduino Uno Development Board
  • Arduino Mega Development Board
  • Node MCU Development Board
  • PIC Development Board
  • Bluetooth Module
  • Sensors and Actuators
  • Motors and Motor Drivers
  • GLCD, OLED etc.
  • RF Cards and Various other Connecting Cards
Types of Project (R& D/ Consultancy) that can be carried out in the laboratory: The Projects that target the real-world problem keeping in mind the sustained solution with minimal use of power. Automate the world with precise and accurate use of Technology, Machine learning and Artificial Intelligence embedded in IOT Technology. Projects already carried out in IoT Design Lab are Smart Farming, Waste management, Automated information collecting centre etc.
Laboratory Incharge: Ms. Shailly Khanna/Ms. Deeksha Sharma Technical Staff: Ms. Savita Joshi ObjectiveThe goal of this lab is to introduce virtual instrumentation through Laboratory Virtual Instrument Engineering Workbench (LabVIEW) software to the students. This skill development Lab is to enhance the skill of students beyond the curriculum to meet the requirement of challenging world in the field of electronics and to generate internship and recruitment opportunities based on LabVIEW Equipment
  • 25-user license for LabVIEW full development system
  • NI-MyRIO (FPGA based kits)
  • NI-MyDAQ ( for data acquisition)
  • NI Starter kits
  • NI embedded kits
  • NI Mechatronics kits
  • Sensors and actuators
  • Motors and Motor drivers
  • Different display devices
  • Bluetooth module
Types of Project (R& D/ Consultancy) that can be carried out in the laboratory: Students can develop projects having applications in areas like automotive, bio-medical, robotics, remote sensing, telecommunications, image processing and many other fields. Students can easily develop prototypes using Test, Measurement, and Control. Students are able to create applications using the state machine design pattern to acquire, process, display, and store real-world data.