Laboratories

Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering is having necessary infrastructure and equipment to conduct the following lab courses 

  1. Electronic Devices and Circuits Lab

Related Theory: Electronic Devices and Circuits

This lab is related to Basic Electronic Devices and Circuits. Student performs various experiments and analyzes the characteristics of various electronic devices like Diode, Transistor, SCR and operations of various circuits like rectifiers, clippers, clampers etc.

Course Outcomes

  • Analyze the characteristics of different practical diodes.
  • Construct electronic circuits for various applications using diodes.
  • Analyze the characteristics of different Transistor configurations.
  • Design amplifier circuits for a given specification.

Lab Incharge: Ms. S. Madhavi, Asst. Prof, ECE

  1. Basic Simulation Lab

Related Theory: Signals and Systems, Probability Theory and Stochastic Processes

In this lab, Student writes a program in MATLAB for various concepts studied in the subjects signal and Systems, Probability Theory and Stochastic Processes starting with basic programs like operations on signals to estimate of various parameters like auto correlation, power spectral density etc

Course Outcomes

  • Perform various operations on signals
  • Verify the properties of LTI system and its response for different inputs.
  • Analyze the signals using various transforms
  • Analyze the characteristics of signals in noisy environment.

Lab Incharge: Mr. R. Priyakanth, Assoc. Prof, ECE

  1. Digital System Design Lab

Related Theory: Switching Theory and Logic Design

In this lab, Student designs and implements various digital circuits like logic gates, flip-flops, multiplexers, comparators etc

Course Outcomes

  • Implement Boolean Expressions using universal logic gates
  • Design and verify Combinational logic circuits using IC’s
  • Design and verify Sequential logic circuits using IC’s
  • Implement Counters & Shift registers using FF’s

Lab Incharge: Mr. G. Siva Sankar Varma, Asst. Prof, ECE

  1. Analog and Digital Communications Lab

Related Theory: Analog and Digital Communications

Students will perform experiments on Various Analog, Pulse and Digital Modulation and Demodulation techniques and analyze the waveforms.

Course Outcomes

  • Analyze the spectrum of various analog modulation techniques
  • Design a multiplexing system using FDM
  • Examine various pulse modulation techniques
  • Analyze different digital modulation and demodulation schemes

Lab Incharge: Mr. K. Mahesh Babu, Assoc. Prof, ECE and Ms. Siva S Sinthura, Asst. Prof, ECE

  1. IC Applications Lab

Related Theory: Linear and Digital IC Applications

In this laboratory, student performs various experiments like Operations on signal, multivibrators, regulators, filters etc  using various Linear IC’s like Op-Amp 741, Timer 555, Regulator ICs – 723 etc

Course Outcomes

  • Design analog circuits for practical applications using Op Amp IC-741
  • Design waveform generators and PLL circuits using ICs
  • Design multi vibrators using IC555 and Schmitt trigger using IC741
  • Analyze the practical applications of Voltage Regulator using various ICs.

Lab Incharge: Ms. A. Radha, Assoc. Prof, ECE

  1. Electronic Circuit Analysis Lab

Related Theory: Electronic Circuit Analysis

This laboratory deals with performing experiments related to various electronic circuits like Oscillators, Amplifiers, multivibrators etc. Students initialize analyze the circuit using the software Multisim and then implement using components on the bread board

Course Outcomes

  • Design, simulate and verify basic amplifier circuits.
  • Design, simulate and verify feedback amplifiers and oscillators.
  • Design, simulate and verify power amplifier circuits.
  • Design, simulate and verify Multivibrators and Sweep Circuits

Lab Incharge: Ms. S. Madhavi, Asst. Prof, ECE

  1. Digital Signal Processing Lab

Related Theory: Digital Signal Processing

Students will write a program in MATLAB for various concepts studied in digital signal processing course like DFT  & FFT, IIR filter design, FIR filter design, Multirate signal processing etc. They also analyze the output by dumping the code in Digital signal processors using code composer studio

Course Outcomes

  • Generation of sinusoidal and noise waveform using different approaches.
  • Analyze Impulse and frequency response of various digital filters.
  • Implement different algorithms of DSP through simulation.
  • Implement various DSP algorithms in hardware.

Lab Incharge: Mr. R. Priyakanth, Assoc. Prof, ECE

  1. Microprocessors and Microcontrollers Lab

    Related Theory: Microprocessors and Microcontrollers

Students write a program using assembly language MASM for various concepts undergone in microprocessors and microcontrollers and execute the same using microprocessor kit 8086 and microcontroller kit 8251 etc.

Course Outcomes

  • Debug assembly language programs using 8086 assembler.
  • Analyze the interfacing between external peripherals and 8086 microprocessor using development kit.
  • Debug 8051 assembly language programs using Keil IDE.
  • Analyze the interfacing between external peripherals and 8051 microcontroller using development kit.

Lab Incharge: Ms. M. Praveena, Assoc. Prof, ECE

  1. VLSI and E-CAD Lab

Related Theory: Switching Theory and Logic Circuit, Digital System Design, VLSI Design

This lab deals with design and implementation of the CMOS digital/analog circuits using Mentor Graphics and shall include Gate-level design, Transistor-level design, Hierarchical design, Verilog HDL/VHDL design, Logic synthesis, Simulation and verification Down load the programs on FPGA/CPLD boards and performance testing may be done apart from verification by simulation with any of the front end tools.

 Course Outcomes

  • Design and Implement Combinational Logic Circuits on FPGAs
  • Design and Implement Sequential Logic Circuits on FPGAs.
  • Analyze static timing, IR drop and Cross talk in digital circuit Layouts
  • Analyze the AC Characteristics of Amplifiers using VLSI backend tools

Lab Incharge: Ms. M. Praveena, Assoc. Prof, ECE

  1. Microwave Engineering Lab

    Related Theory: Microwave Engineering

In this lab, students will analyze the characteristics of various microwave sources like Klystron, Gunn diode and also analyze the scattering parameters of various microwave components like H-Plane Tee, E-Plane Tee, Directional coupler etc.

Course Outcomes

  • Analyze the characteristics of microwave sources and devices.
  • Measure different parameters of various microwave devices.
  • Measure the Scattering Parameters of various Tee Junctions
  • Measure the Antenna Patterns

Lab Incharge: Mr. K. Mahesh Babu, Assoc. Prof, ECE and Ms. Siva S Sinthura, Asst. Prof, ECE