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Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering
Communication System Laboratory

The Communication System Laboratory is catering to the needs of faculties in communication field by training its students to make valuable contribution.

The Laboratory is equipped with Cathode Ray Oscilloscopes, Digital Storage Oscilloscopes, Signal Generators, etc. to conduct experiments with digital ICs for students.

Digital Signal Processing & VLSI Laboratory

In Digital Signal Processing the MATLAB software is used. MATLAB is a high-level language and interactive environment that enables the students to perform computationally with intensive tasks, faster than programming languages such as C, C++, etc. The application of MATLAB includes Signal and Image Processing, Communications, etc.

The VLSI Laboratory provides basic and advanced facilities for UG and PG courses with related experiments, project work and research facilities in the area of device modelling, simulation and various aspects of VLSI design flow. The objective of VLSI Laboratory is to prepare students with the idea of device modelling, simulation, synthesis, FPGA Implementation of module with VHDL and Pspice tools.

Electronic Devices and Circuits Laboratory

The department has a well equipped Electronic Devices and Circuits Laboratory with Oscilloscopes, Digital Storage Oscilloscopes, Power Supplies, Signal Generators and Training Kits for the students to facilitate with hands-on experience about the theoretical concepts they had studied.

National Instruments Laboratory

The National Instruments Laboratory uses LabVIEW which is a graphical programming environment used by millions of engineers to develop sophisticated measurement, test and control systems. LabVIEW programs are called virtual instruments, or VIs, because their appearance and operation imitate physical instruments, such as oscilloscopes and multimeters. LabVIEW contains a comprehensive set of tools for acquiring, analyzing, displaying, and storing data, as well as tools to help you troubleshoot code you write. In LabVIEW, you build a user interface, or front panel, with controls and indicators. Controls are knobs, push buttons, dials, and other input mechanisms. Indicators are graphs, LEDs, and other output displays. After you build the front panel, you add code using VIs and structures to control the front panel objects. The block diagram contains this code. You can use LabVIEW to communicate with hardware such as data acquisition, vision, and motion control devices, as well as GPIB, PXI, VXI, RS232, and RS485 instruments.