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Electronics Engineering

Facilities

Electronics and Electrical UG Laboratories and Equipment

  • Electronics Laboratory: This lab is primarily used by the UG students for the designing and implementation of various digital and analog circuits and systems. Altogether, this facility is created for carrying out innovative projects by the UG/PG students in addition to their regular course curriculum. The lab is equipped with the following facilities:
      1. 2-Channel, Digital Storage Oscilloscopes
      2. 2-Channel, Arbitrary Function Generators
      3. Bench Top, Digital Multimeter
      4. Bench Top, Variable Magnitude Three Output DC Power Supply
      5. Three-Phase Programmable AC Source
      6. Three-Phase Power Quality Analyzer
      7. 4 Isolated Channels Digital Storage Oscilloscopes
      8. Insulation Tester
      9. Earth Ground Tester
      10. Leakage Current Clamp Meter
      11. Digital Soldering Station
      12. Lab Server Monitoring Station
      13. Induction Motor Trainer Kit
      14. DC Machine
      15. AC/DC Load
      16. DC Power Supply
      17. Current clamp meter
  • Microprocessor Laboratory: The purpose of this laboratory is to train the students to be familiar with the software and hardware of microprocessors so that they can gain enough experiences to meet the demand of the microprocessor era. The facilities in the laboratory enable students to build a firm background in microprocessor hardware as well as software. Students learn 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. They acquire the practical skills sufficient to design and realize basic microprocessor based systems. The Laboratory is used to provide intensive practical exposure to the students in the field of microprocessor architecture and industrial control through them.
  • Microelectronics Laboratory: This lab will be used for the fabrication and characterization of microelectronic and nanoelectronics devices for electronic, gas sensing and optoelectronic applications. Modeling and Simulation of MOSFET, Nanowire, Organic Thin Film Transistors, FinFETs etc. will also be performed under this hood using various high-end industry oriented softwares. Circuit Design Lab is also coupled with this facility covers core course of Digital System Design, Analog Integrated Circuits, Electronic Circuits, Electronics Workshop (Hardware Implementation) and embedded System, SRAM, high-speed transceivers circuits, logic blocks and high-speed I/Os etc.
  • Communication Laboratory: This lab will be used by both UG and PG students for their regular practical parts of the related courses as well as for carrying out UG projects and Doctoral dissertation works. Under regular practical parts of analog and digital communication courses, students are asked to design and implement practical circuits for various modulation and demodulation circuits and systems using discrete electronic components. The stream aims at imparting technical education and equip the students with the latest technologies.

    The research interests of the faculty members include application based modern areas in diverse domains like Cognitive Radio (CR), Wireless Communications, Visible Light Communications (VLC), Smart Grid Applications in Communication, Machine Learning, and Deep Learning. Within Cognitive Radios, the department actively works on their security issues, throughput maximization, and overall system optimization. The ongoing works in the department include the application of Deep Learning for suppressing malicious attacks in CRs. Within VLC, the department is involved in throughput maximization, light energy harvesting, and power-bandwidth optimization. The department has a special focus on merging interdisciplinary areas like Smart Grid Applications in Communications. Several research works are ongoing and are under plans by the faculty along with active participation of the students.