Department of Electronics & communication Engineering
Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering (ECE) was established in the year 2009. It conducts a B.Tech program in ECE and M.Tech program in VLSI and Embedded System Design. The Department has several well -equipped laboratories, namely, Microwave and Optical Communication, Digital Communications, Electronic Computer Aided Design and VLSI, Digital Signal Processing, Microprocessors and Microcomputers, IC Applications, Analog Communications, ,Analog Electronic Circuits, , Electronic Circuit Analysis, Electronic Devices and Circuits, Simulation using MATLAB. Faculty members are accomplished doctorates and postgraduates with diverse specializations. Faculty development programmes are conducted regularly to keep abreast with the technology. Interactions with Industry are done in the form of informal interactions and workshops. Students are encouraged to take up industry related projects in house. Various events are conducted to make the students excel in extra and curricular activities. Many of our students have excelled in national and multinational companies. Also large number of students who opted for higher studies abroad has emerged out with flying colors.
The Electronics and Communications Department strives to be recognized globally through quality education for well qualified engineers, who are innovative in research, ethically strong, entrepreneurial with good managerial skills and successful in advanced fields of their professional career.
- To create, knowledgeable and skilled persons with strong fundamentals, through rigorous curriculum that develops the ability to solve problems individually and in teams.
- To create professional leaders to society with research attitudes in the core areas of Electronics and Communications with collaborations to impact quality of academics, industry and social needs.
- To develop innovative and simple instructional material to drive the concepts into the minds of students and infuse scientific temper in the students and guide them towards research in communication engineering
- To create competent man power with deep awareness on ethics, skills and leadership qualities to our profession and society.
Programme Educational Objectives
PEO 1 -Graduates will shoulder responsibilities in their chosen careers including
supportive and leadership roles in multidisciplinary teams.
PEO 2 - Graduates will effectively understand, use and develop modern data storage, interpretation, analytical and simulation technologies and other engineering concepts and tools in the field of electronics and communications.
PEO 3 - Graduates will communicate effectively, recognize and incorporate societal needs and constraints in their professional endeavor, and practice their profession with high regard to legal and ethical responsibilities.
PEO 4 -Graduates will be able to engage in life-long learning and be abreast with the changing technologies in their profession and to be leaders in the society
Programme Specific Outcomes
PSO 1: -Ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering
PSO 2 - Ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data
Ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability
Ability to function on multi-disciplinary teams Ability to identify, formulate, and solves engineering problems
Understanding of professional and ethical responsibility Understanding the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and societal context
Ability to utilize experimental, statistical and computational methods and tools necessary for engineering practice
|Students Strength List for CSE Department||No.of Students|
|I ST Year||63|
|II ND Year||38|
|III RD Year||85|
|IV TH Year||70|
|Name of the Laboratory||Description|
|Analog Communications Laboratory||The Analog communication Systems Laboratory intends to cover the basic understanding of functionalities of various block-sets involved in communication system. It involves system design and simulation exercises using MATLAB and Simulink and experiments based on HW boards. Students are introduced to the functioning of modern communication systems, receivers, and how they perform in the presence of noise.|
|Analog Electronics Laboratory||The Analog Electronics Lab provides fundamentals and basic properties of OP-amps which enables students to design various circuits using Op-amps for several applications and also implement various feedback circuits using BJT, which can be used to design digital to analog convertors and different waveforms generators using analog discovery kit, which makes students can be able to get complete exposure on the hardware and software implementation..|
|Digital Communications Laboratory||Digital Communications laboratory gives students deep knowledge on digital communication systems at the practical level and focuses on the fundamental concepts of TDM, Pulse modulations, Digital modulation techniques, source coding and error control coding techniques. The generation of pseudo noise sequences for spread spectrum communication system is performed. All the experiments are simulated in MATLAB Environment. The hardware exposure of these communication techniques was provided using DC trainer kit and DSK6713 boards.|
|Digital Signal Processing Laboratory||The field of Digital Signal Processing was developed due to the flexibility offered by the use of digital computers in implementing signal processing algorithms and systems. The goal of DSP is usually to measure, filter and/or compress continuous real-world analog signals. But to deal with real life analog signals from our environment, it is necessary to convert them to digital form, and vice-versa. This lab boasts of plenty of powerful computers preinstalled with MATLAB and Code Composer Studio (CCStudio), and high-speed Digital Signal Processors of the TMS320C6713 Digital Starter Kit (DSK) family by Texas Instruments. Using these, students are able to perform real-time analysis of signals and get hands-on experience about the theory they have learned in the class.|
|Electronic Circuit Analysis Laboratory||Design and simulation of various types of amplifiers with the given specifications and plotting the magnitude response and design of different types of oscillations for desired frequency which can be used to design and simulate different types of tuned amplifiers, power amplifiers and simulate various oscillator circuits. Simulation can be done using MULTISIM 14.1 version. With this lab knowledge students can be able to design their own circuits and PCB design.|
|Embedded Systems Laboratory||Embedded systems Lab is based on TIVA TM4C123G launch pad. The TIVA-C Launch pad, is an inexpensive self-contained, single-board microcontroller which is about the size of a credit card. Software can be written for the Launch pad using Assembly language or GCC (GNU C programming language) with Energia, a free variant of the Arduino integrated development environment (IDE).|
|Microwave Engineering Laboratory||A key part of Microwave lab is to learn how to use Microwave test equipment to make measurement of power, frequency, S-parameters, SWR, return loss & insertion loss. We briefly describe the most important pieces of test equipment that will be used in the laboratory experiments, even the radiation pattern of microwaves is observed using antennas and it was analyzed. The microwave source used in the laboratory is Reflex Klystron & Gunn diode and their characteristics are studied.|
|Signals and Systems Laboratory||Signals and Systems laboratory gives the knowledge to students on generation and mathematical representation of signals at the practical level and focuses on various operations on periodic/A periodic signals. Verification of properties of a continuous, discrete system and computation of Fourier, Laplace and Z-transform. The time domain and frequency domain analysis of signals are performed. The generation of Gaussian noise and calculation of its statistical properties like Mean, Skew, Probability density function is carried out. The tool used for the simulation is MATLAB.|