Internet of Things Lab
In recent years there comes the requirement from industry and researchers that contain embedded technologies to sense, communicate, interact, and collaborate with other things in collaboration with educational institutes, thus creating a network of physical objects, especially educational objects. Internet of Things (IoT) is a wide and rapidly developing area with expected strong and growing implications in numerous researches as well as for the education industry. The IoT promotes a heightened level of awareness about our world, and a platform from which to monitor the reactions to the changing conditions that said awareness exposes us to. And, like the advent of the Internet itself, the IoT enables myriad applications ranging from the micro to the macro and from the trivial to the critical. The beauty of Internet of Things (IoT) is, it is everywhere and is not just related to one engineering field. IoT Lab Setup is an ideal setting to explore the opportunities. Internet of things is the future of connectivity. The devices in our home, offices and elsewhere will be connected to each other. The research in this lab will help us inch closer to the broader goal. Let the minds of creativity take wings of technology with our IoT Lab Setup.
Project lab is the gateway of electronics world. It offers the students, the opportunity to gain valuable hands on experience with the state of art environment where students become proficient in both the physical and creative skills needed. It has a key role in promoting practical learning experience, a place where they develop creative proposals, and execute their final projects. This facility is exclusively provided to the students to carry out their project works. Computing facility with sufficient number of personal computers with high speed Internet connectivity is available. Domain specific faculty members and technical staff are available beyond working hours to support students for doing project work. The laboratory is equipped with educational tools to create interest and better understanding of electronics. Students are encouraged to do project work in domain wise with the support of the facilities available in the laboratories. Journals, technical magazines and reference books are shared from college central library. Embedded system development software and tools with evaluation board and necessary hardware items are available in the laboratory to familiarize the students to work in embedded systems. Previous batches working models/ projects and projects reports are available in the laboratory.
- Work benches
- Digital storage oscilloscopes and cathode ray oscilloscopes
- Signal generators
- Power supplies
- Soldering iron kits
- Bread boards
- Arduino Kit
- Raspberry Pi Kit
Digital Signal Processing Lab
Digital Signal Processing practical lab is the basic lab for students to understand various types of signal & system using MATLAB. With the help of MATLAB software, students can understand how to plot various continuous and discrete time signals. The DSP lab has both software and a hardware component. In the software component, students carry out a number of computer experiments written in MATLAB, illustrating some of the fundamental concepts and applications of digital signal processing, such as quantization and sampling, block processing by convolution, signal enhancement and noise reduction filters, realizations of digital filters, spectral analysis by the DFT and FFT, the design of FIR and IIR digital filters. Students also learn the programming skills with MATLAB. This lab provides the practical knowledge of different aspects of signal and system subject. It enhances the programming capability of students with MATLB. They can visualize the graphical representation of different signals, systems and their properties.
Electronic Devices Lab
Electronic devices lab provides students engineering skills by way of breadboard circuit design with electronic devices and components. To design and analyze various Electronic circuits such as multivibrators, applications of operational amplifiers, RC coupled amplifiers, oscillators, digital circuits etc. so that students are able to understand the practical aspects of basic electronics theory. The objective of this laboratory is to understand the concepts, working and characteristics of half wave rectifier, Full wave rectifier, Diodes, BJT and FET Transistors, amplifiers and Zener diode as a transistor series and shunt voltage regulator. Besides this to shape the waveform, implementation of clipper circuits and also to shift waveform implementation of clamper circuits is the objective of EDC lab. It also enable the students to simulate and test the Analog, Digital and mixed Electronics circuits using OrCAD software.
Communication lab is back bone of communication in which students visualize base band and pass band modulation/demodulation waveform on CRO to carry out precise analysis. As we know modulation is the main parameter which is very crucial for transmitting the information from transmitter to receiver. Without modulation transfer of information would be impossible for long distance. In Communication lab students will experience analog modulation as well as digital modulation techniques for example amplitude modulation, frequency modulation, sampling and reconstruction of signal, PPM, PWM and ASK, FSK, PSK, QAM. Overall communication lab will boost up communication fundamental concept of students which is emerging field all over the globe. Students will be able to understand basic theories of digital communication system in practical and dexterous to hanlde various prime hardware like CRO, Function Generator, Different Trainer Kit.
Microprocessors and Microcontrollers Lab
Microcontrollers and microprocessors are different ways of organizing and optimizing a computing system based on a CPU. The microprocessor is the central unit of a computer system that performs arithmetic and logic operations. Microcontrollers are designed for embedded applications, in contrast to the microprocessors used in personal computers or other general purpose applications consisting of various discrete chips. The objective of this lab is to develop and execute variety of assembly language programs of Intel 8086 including arithmetic and logical, sorting, searching, and string manipulation operations and interfacing Intel 8086 with various peripheral devices and another objective is to develop and execute simple programs on 8051 micro controller. After going through M&M Lab student will learn the internal organization of popular 8086/8051 microprocessors/microcontrollers. The student will learn hardware and software interaction and integration. The student will learn hardware and software interaction and integration. To apply the concepts in the design of microprocessor/microcontroller based systems in real time applications.
Digital Image Processing Lab
This laboratory deals with the basics of processing, includes image enhancement in spatial and frequency domain, filtering, image restoration, compression, segmentation and edge detection algorithms. Thorough understanding of SCI Lab and Open CV software and image processing toolbox is mandatory for proceeding with the course wear. The usefulness of this lab is due to an increase in the pictorial information available for human interpretation, and for automatic and autonomous machine control. Digital pictures today are all around us, on the web, on DVDs, and on digital satellite systems, for example. In this course we will investigate the creation and manipulation of digital images by computer. The course will consist of computer laboratory exercises designed to introduce methods of real-world data manipulation. Its applications include radiology, astronomy, meteorology, remote sensing, recognition, seismology etc. The lab exercises will introduce various image processing topics, which will be examined in more detail. Topics will include representation of two-dimensional data, time and frequency domain representations, filtering and enhancement, the Fourier transform, convolution, interpolation, color images, and techniques for animation.
Microwave Engineering Lab
Microwave engineering lab is used for Microwave Measurements and design and for many research areas. This lab is also used for the Characterization of Microwave devices and circuits. Microwave design lab includes Antennas, Radio Frequency Identification (RFID), Computational Electromagnetic, Subsurface imaging, biomedical imaging. This lab is used for measuring the microwave frequency, dielectric constant, unknown impedance, attenuation, insertion loss and power etc. Microwave lab is also used to measure the coupling coefficient and directivity of a waveguide directional coupler. Moreover this lab is also used to measure the polar pattern and the gain of a waveguide horn antenna. This all can be done with the help of microwave test bench. A microwave test bench is an assembly of various microwave components, held together by Nuts & Bolts. It consists of a microwave source (Oscillator) at one end. The waves generated are led down by a wave guide through various components, so that the student can observe the propagation of waves, and their interaction and/or processing by various components.
The Microwave engineering lab course gives a practical exposure to students to learn the characteristics of Microwave components. Also gives the practical hands on experience by exposing the students to various microwave components.
Analog Circuits Lab
The area of Analog circuit design is one of the vast and complex areas in VLSI circuit designing. This lab is well equipped with Digital Signal Oscilloscopes (DSO’s), Multimeters, Analog Trainer kits, and discrete components (active & passive). Students learn to process semiconductors practically and learn to design and implement the analog circuit for given specifications in various areas. The students learn to simulate various amplifier, oscillators, Timer circuits and mathematical operational circuits on software and implement with the help of hardware.
Electronic Design Workshop Lab
The electronics design lab is the gateway to the electronics world. It offers the students the opportunity to gain valuable hands-on experience with the state-of-the-art environment where students become proficient in both the physical and creative skills needed. It has a key role in promoting practical learning experiences, developing creative proposals, and executing their mini-projects. Students design minor projects based on basic electronics components and implement basic circuits like multi vibrators, schmiit triggers, and amplifier circuits.
Microcontroller and Embedded System Design Lab
The purpose of this lab is to acquaint the student with different microcontrollers, digital devices, a measurement that the student can use in the course of his or her own experimental research projects. The lab is well equipped with computer systems, Microcontroller trainer kits for 8051, PIC, AVR, and various peripherals like graphical LCD, Stepper motor, DC motors, etc. Students learn to design and build circuits for controlling the different types of applications. The programming ability of students enhanced by the basic programming of microcontrollers like addition, subtraction, multiplication, input-output ports and pin programming, timer, and counter-programming, serial communication programming, interrupt programming, etc. They learn how to interface the different types of hardware units with microcontrollers and control these with the help of programming skills.
Verilog HDL lab
Verilog is industry standard Hardware Description Language (HDL) software used in the design entry step in Computer Aided Design for VLSI. The language is standardized as IEEE 1364. Commercial Electronic Design Automation (EDA) softwares provide support for Verilog 2001 version. The syntax of Verilog is similar to C programming language. It facilitates the integrated circuit designers and plays a vital role in IC design industry. Digital Design using Verilog lab facilitates designing at various abstraction levels including structural, RTL and switch level. It allows simulation, timing analysis, logical synthesis and testing analysis of digital circuits and systems. Designers can quickly write descriptions of large circuits in a relatively compact and concise form with Verilog language semantics.
Control System Engineering Lab
The purpose of this lab is to make the students capable to design solutions for Control System engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs of modern automated engineering industries. After the completion of this course students are able to solve the control system problems of first order and second order system by using the programs through MATLAB. Besides the basic understanding of MATLAB control system toolbox, students can graphically visualize the response of required system using time domain and frequency domain approach like root locus, polar plot, nyquist plot and Bode plot. For real time application aspect, students can learn the role of controller design and its implementation to meet the requirement. Moreover this lab also gives a basic idea of compensation technique to compensate the system losses.
Signal & System Lab
Signal & System practical lab is the basic lab for students to understand the basics of MATLAB. With the help of MATLAB software, students can understand how to plot various continuous and discrete time signals. Students also learn the programming skills with MATLAB. This lab provides the practical knowledge of different aspects of signal and system subject. It enhances the programming capability of students with MATLB. They can visualize the graphical representation of different signals, systems and their properties. In this lab, student can understand the basic concept and properties of the software in the field of signal processing. They can explore the various properties of signal and system with the help of various tools of MATLB software. Various type of analysis like Convolution, Correlation, Modulation, Fourier Transform, Sampling, and Aliasing effect etc on signals can be easily explored to students with the help of MATLAB. Students can also perform various type of operation on the signals. Various type of system properties can also be explored in this lab.
Electromagnetic Wave Lab
The aim of this laboratory is to introduce the students about electric field behaviour in conductors and dielectrics. In this lab, student can determine the reflection coefficient, VSWR and dielectric constant of transmission line and also learn to design the various type of transmission line and waveguide with the help of simulation software HFSS. With the help of this lab, Students have the opportunity to study basics of Electromagnetic simulation software HFSS. With the help of this lab, student gets the idea about the study and analysis of components used in microwave engineering. Students can design and characterize different type of waveguide like Rectangular and Circular waveguide. Student can also design and characterize the Microstrip Line and can determine reflection coefficient, VSWR and Dielectric Constant of transmission line with the help of simulation and design software HFSS. In this lab, students can also study the behavior of the electric field in between the parallel conductors and circular electrodes.
Wireless and Mobile Communication Lab
Wireless and Mobile Communication lab is one of the advance labs for students to understand diverse approach for executing a particular task. With the help of SCI lab software, students can understand how to design various analog and digital techniques. SCI lab enhances the programming capability of students. This lab provides the practical knowledge of different aspects of signal and system subject. They can visualize the graphical representation of different modulation schemes, BER, constellation diagram with their properties. This course provides practical hands-on exposure to mobile and wireless communication system building blocks. The objective of this lab is to teach students generation and detection of amplitude modulation, frequency modulation, ASK, FSK, PSK and QAM and many more techniques with Simulink design.
Digital Electronics lab
The purpose of this lab is to enable the students to learn basic concepts and techniques in digital electronic circuits and systems. The learning objective of this laboratory is to supplement the theory course of digital circuits and system with adequate introduction to both combinational and sequential logic circuits, such as, adders, subtractors, comparator, multiplexer/demultiplexer, encoders/decoders, 7-segment display and decoder/driver, flip-flop, register, counter, etc. and various combinations of these. The lab is well equipped with analog and digital electronic components, so students can fabricate their own circuit. The lab is fully equipped with required instruments such as digital lab trainer kits for IC’s, multiplexer/ demultiplexer, Flip flops, Function Generators, Multimeters and CRO’s. Students learn to design and build circuits for projects and to differentiate between combinational and sequential logic circuits.
Basic Electrical Engineering Lab
This lab is designed to expose students to the practical executions of the fundamental theories of electrical engineering. They can practically verify the basic concepts of DC circuits like Kirchhoff’s voltage law and Kirchhoff’s current law along with various theorems like Superposition theorem, Thevenin’s theorem and Norton’s theorem. In AC circuits, students will be able to verify the phenomenon of resonance in both series and parallel RLC circuits. They can perform the experiments based on single phase transformer like direct load test, open circuit and short circuit test. The students will be able to measure the 3-phase power by two wattmeter method and also will learn to control the speed of DC motor by various methods. In the last, the students will be provided the basic knowledge of various types of electrical fuses, MCB, MCCB and types of wires.