The department of ECE has established the following laboratories

S.No Programme Year Semester Lab Code Lab Name
1 B.TECH 2 1 EC306PC ELECTRONIC DEVICES   AND CIRCUITS LAB
2 B.TECH 2 1 EC307PC DIGITAL SYSTEM   DESIGN LAB
3 B.TECH 2 1 EC308ES BASIC SIMULATION LAB
4 B.TECH 2 2 EC408PC ELECTRONIC CIRCUIT   ANALYSIS LAB
5 B.TECH 2 2 EC407PC IC APPLICATIONS LAB
6 B.TECH 2 2 EC406PC ANALOG AND DIGITAL   COMMUNICATIONS LAB
7 B.TECH 3 1 EC505PC MICROPROCESSORS   & MICROCONTROLLERS LAB
8 B.TECH 3 1 EC506PC DATA COMMUNICATIONS   AND NETWORKS LAB
9 B.TECH 3 2 EC604PC DIGITAL SIGNAL   PROCESSING LAB
10 B.TECH 3 2 EC605PC E – CAD LAB
11 B.TECH 3 2 EC606PC SCRIPTING LANGUAGES   LAB
12 B.TECH 4 1 EC703PC VLSI AND E-CAD LAB
13 B.TECH 4 1 EC704PC MICROWAVE   ENGINEERING LAB

ELECTRONIC DEVICES AND CIRCUITS LAB

In this lab students design, construct and test the working of analog circuits such as transistor amplifiers, operational amplifiers and oscillators, function generator used to design, develop and to test the electronic equipments. Regulated power supply is necessary to provide DC voltage to all electronic circuits.

DIGITAL SYSTEM DESIGN LAB

Digital system design Labs have been designed to familiarize students with the Combinational Digital Logic Design and Sequential Digital Logic Design through the implementation of Digital Logic Circuits using ICs of basic logic gates and some simple digital logic circuits.

BASIC SIMULATION LAB

In this lab contains all the theoretical background information needed for the simulations as well as the required MATLAB code. Topics include an introduction to vectors and matrices, operations on signals and sequences, and the Fourier transform

ELECTRONIC CIRCUIT ANALYSIS LAB

The basic objective is to give hands-on experience in the design and implementation of analog and mixed-signal circuits and simulation to the circuit by using esim software.

IC APPLICATIONS LAB

To understand the basics of linear integrated circuits and available ICs. To understand characteristics of operational amplifier. To apply operational amplifiers in linear and nonlinear applications.

ANALOG AND DIGITAL COMMUNICATION LAB

The communications lab presently serves to give the ECE students a laboratory experience in analog communications and digital communications systems. The concepts of all types of modulation & demodulation can be studied. The recent communication techniques can be demonstrated with available equipment. Students conduct experiments in communication lab where they become acquainted with oscilloscopes, signal generators and spectrum analyzers.

MICROPROCESSOR AND MICROCONTROLLER LAB

The main objective of the Microprocessor and Microcontroller lab facility is to enable the students to gain practical knowledge about various types of microprocessors and microcontrollers and to develop their own programs and implement the same in microprocessors/microcontrollers for various applications in electronic and communication engineering. Various types of arithmetic and logical operations are taught to the students in   the laboratory so that it will enable them to understand the concepts about assembly language programming, CPU, memory and I/O design, interfacing of programmable chips and peripherals such as stepper motors, analog-to-digital and digital-to-analog converters, etc.

DATA COMMUNICATIONS AND NETWORKS LAB

This lab gives in depth view of how computer networks works in real time, simulation of various topologies are performed using ns3 tool. ns-3 has been developed to provide an open, extensible network simulation platform, for networking research and education. In brief, ns-3 provides models of how packet data networks work and performs, and provides a simulation engine for users to conduct simulation experiments. Some of the reasons to use ns-3 include to perform studies that are more difficult or not possible to perform with real systems, to study system behavior in a highly controlled, reproducible environment, and to learn about how networks work. Users will note that the available model set in ns-3 focuses on modeling how Internet protocols and networks work, but ns-3 is not limited to Internet systems; several users are usingns-3 to model non-Internet-based systems.

DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING LAB

The Digital Signal Processing Lab (DSPLAB) provides all the required equipment to implement real-time digital signal processing solutions supporting experimental research, applied research, and industrial projects conducted at the Communication Systems Division.

SCRIPTING LANGUAGES LAB

Time is a precious resource and it is always not enough to do the needful things. This necessity made the IT (Information technology) professionals to develop the Scripting Languages (SLs) to do their work in short time. As technology changes, computer processing speed is increased and supports variety of applications. This makes SLs more significant in development of future applications. SLs are mainly used for gluing applications and type less approach has made them as higher level programming languages.

VLSI & E-CAD LAB

This course gives the opportunity to the students to learn about the configuration and simulation of Very Large Scale Integrated Circuits & Systems. The main purpose of this lab course is to explore various design style of simple and complex Integrated Circuits(IC) near to students. In this laboratory students are able to understand about models and model parameters of MOSFET amplifier CMOS Inverter etc. The VLSI laboratory is well equipped with the most up to date industry standard E-Cad tools

MICROWAVE ENGINEERING LAB

The lab course will give a practical exposure to students to learn the characteristics of Microwave components. To gain the practical hands on experience by exposing the students to various microwave components