Admission hotline : +91 9061063801 / 0485 2837801
college code MBI
Admission hotline : +91 9061063801 / 485 2837801
college code MBI

Electronics & Communication Engineering

lab facilities

This workshop gives the basic introduction of electronic hardware systems and provides hands-on training with familiarization, identification, testing, assembling, dismantling and fabrication. Students will be able to repair such systems by making use of the various tools and instruments available in the Electronics Workshop.

This workshop is well designed to provide adequate space and convenience to the students. It is equipped with a sufficient number of components and equipment well enough to accommodate 30 students at a time with 3 students per group for doing an experiment.

The students use this lab to learn about different analogue circuits. This includes study of  basic RC circuits, amplifiers,oscillators,voltage regulators etc. Latest equipment like high bandwidth Digital Storage Oscilloscopes, Dual Function Generators, Multiple Power Supplies etc. are also available in the lab for studying the various communication systems.. This laboratory provides the students an opportunity to work on basic analog circuits used in the communication area.

This laboratory provides a platform to the students to understand the basics of analog and digital communication systems, modulation techniques, data transmission, multiplexing, etc. This lab is equipped with microwave equipment like Reflex Klystron, Klystron Power Supply, Frequency Meter, Attenuator, Isolator, Directional Coupler etc. The students have the opportunity to practise advanced communication techniques in this lab.

This lab is equipped with CROs, DSOs, Function Generators, Dual DC Power Supplies, Digital IC Trainer Kits, Voltmeters, Ammeters, Analog and Digital Multimeters, Rheostat and components including transistors, diodes, resistors, capacitors etc. The laboratory introduces students to practical circuit design and contributes significantly to provide them with engineering skills. The experiments covered in this laboratory are synchronized with its theoretical part, so that students might be able to understand the practical aspects of it. This lab is also used to conduct the experiments related to digital circuits and logic design, which ranges from the study of various logic gates to the design of various sequential and combinational circuits. Students from various departments use this lab for performing various digital experiments.

This lab is equipped with 8051 trainer kit, PIC trainer kit and PCB fabrication kit. Students can do mini and main project works in this lab. The lab is equipped with all the software and hard wares to do the project work of students. Developing and etching facility along with shearing, drilling and soldering units are arranged for the purpose of building custom printed PCB’s.

A hardware and microprocessor lab is a facility where students or researchers can study and experiment with computer hardware and microprocessors.

Hardware labs typically provide equipment such as oscilloscopes, logic analyzers, multimeters, power supplies, and other tools for troubleshooting and testing computer components. Students may work on tasks such as circuit design, PCB layout, assembly, and testing. They may also learn about different types of computer hardware, such as processors, memory, and storage devices.

Microprocessor labs focus on the study and programming of microprocessors, which are the central processing units (CPUs) of computers. These labs may have specialized equipment such as microcontroller development boards, digital signal processors, and debugging tools. Students may work on tasks such as coding, debugging, and interfacing microprocessors with other devices.

In both types of labs, students may work on projects such as designing and building a computer from scratch, developing embedded systems, or optimizing the performance of a microprocessor-based system. The skills and knowledge gained in these labs are valuable for careers in fields such as computer engineering, electronics, and embedded systems development.

A Simulation lab, also known as a Simulation laboratory or Sim lab, is a controlled environment where various simulations are conducted to replicate real-world scenarios or situations. Electronic simulation refers to the process of using software tools to simulate and analyze the behavior of electronic circuits or systems. It allows engineers and designers to model and test their electronic designs virtually before building physical prototypes. One popular software tool used for electronic simulation is MATLAB/Octave.

LTspice is a widely used electronic simulation software developed by Linear Technology Corporation, now a part of Analog Devices. It is a high-performance SPICE (Simulation Program with Integrated Circuit Emphasis) simulator that allows engineers and designers to model and analyze electronic circuits.

ModelSim is a popular electronic design automation (EDA) tool that provides simulation and verification capabilities for digital designs. Verilog, a hardware description language (HDL), is often used in conjunction with ModelSim for modeling and simulating digital systems. ModelSim supports both Verilog and VHDL (another HDL) for design entry and simulation.

Proteus is a powerful electronic design automation (EDA) software suite primarily used for schematic capture, simulation, and printed circuit board (PCB) design. It is widely used by engineers, designers, and students for developing and testing electronic circuits and systems.

This lab is utilized for demonstrating M Tech mini and main project experiments and research works of students as well as faculty members.

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