Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering
The Electronics and Communication Engineering (ECE) Department has excelled with a rapid pace of research and teaching. The research interests of the faculty members of the department include the wide area of fundamental aspects of Electronics and Communication Engineering. Collaboration among other research groups of the department is also a common practice. The broad areas of the research program and academic activities in the department are:
- Communication Systems
- Embedded system and VLSI
- RF and Microwave Engineering
- In addition to the well-prepared curriculum related laboratories, the Department has many state of the art facilities for assisting different projects and development in the embedded system, VLSI, RF Engineering, and wireless technology.
Enhancing academics by including the latest technologies to make the students industry-ready. Providing a scholarly and professional environment in the field of engineering. Promote cutting-edge research and innovation for the development of the nation. To create academic-industry linkage for experiential learning and practical exposure.
To become a center of excellence in skill development and groom the Engineering professional to cope up with the changing global scenario through research and innovation.
Basic Electronics Lab: This lab is useful for students to design and analyze working of integrated circuits. Basic Laboratory Instruments: CROs signal generators, regulated power supplies, Millimeters and accessories. Breadboards, soldering facilities, other Measuring Instruments.
Digital Electronics Lab: This laboratory will enable the undergraduate students to learn the basic concepts and techniques in digital electronic circuits and systems.
Microprocessor Lab: This laboratory is used to provide intensive practical exposure to learn the assembly and embedded C programming systematically for the different issues of microprocessor and microcontroller
Microwave Lab: The lab is used for Microwave Measurement and Design & Characterization of Microwave devices and circuits research areas.
Optical Fiber Lab: As a teaching laboratory it is used extensively in the Fiber Optical Communications course, as well as for several labs in Engineering Electromagnetics. It has been used occasionally in support of Fundamentals of Electronic Instrumentation.
Project Lab: The Project Laboratory has a key role in promoting practical learning experience, where students develop creative proposals, and execute their final projects.