LABS AND COMPUTING
Some of the states of art equipment beside regular experimental setup as per laboratory are:
Telecommunication Switching System and Network management
The Telecommunication Switching System and Network Management laboratory at the department of Electronics and Communication engineering was established and commissioned in June 2011. It was planned for the study of fundamentals of network technology based on a layered protocol stack. Telephone network and Internet architecture. Student will be familiarized with upper layer protocols (http, smtp), transport protocols (UDP, TCP), and network protocols (IP). Analysis of link layer protocols and their performance. Overview of local area networks (CSMA/CD and CSMA/CA). As well students will explore techniques of planning, controlling, organizing and decision making for a telecommunications network; accounting, security, fault management, configuration, and maintenance. Protocols and architectures for network management.
Advance Digital Communcation
The Advance Communication Laboratory covers design and verification of the concepts of modern digital communication systems that operates from MHz-GHz range. The lab include experiments on applications of Digital coding and modulation techniques, Fiber Optic Communication, and Characteristics of microwave waveguide components. This lab is equipped with Oscilloscopes, Function Generators, Modules for Digital Modulation and Demodulation techniques and Power Supply units. To enhance precise measurement and observe waveform with better clarity Digital Storage Oscilloscopes are used. The Microwave test benches are used to conduct experiments in GHz frequency range. Various digital coding and modulation kits are used apart from discrete components to demonstrate the basic concepts involved in digital communication.
Advance Wireless Communication
Advance Wireless Communication laboratory provides the platform to the students to design, implement and analyze various wireless standards. Students have freedom to simulate their network in open/free simulators before implement the system.
Embedded Wireless Sensor Network
The laboratory for Embedded Wireless Sensor Network was established in 2011 and after that is has been upgraded continuously. In this laboratory students have facality to design and implement Wireless Sensor Network using wireless modules, which is real hardware platforms. Students are encouraged to use open source softwares used in Wireless Sensor Networks. In this laboratory students can analyze the Wireless Sensor Network in detail.
Speech and Image Processing
The speech and Image Processing lab conducts research in the area of Video Processing, Computer Vision and Speech Processing. The laboratory has user Licensed MATLAB software with various Tool boxes and Simulink. Students simulate here number of experiments in MATLAB. Students encouraged to use open source software tools for their research work.
Embedded System Design
The Embedded Systems lab supports teaching and research in embedded systems and re-configurable hardware technology. We are engaged in research on architecture, design, and tools for networked and embedded computing and communication systems.
Software Defined Radio
Software Defined Radio is an advance subject and students perform various experiments on open simulators or MATLAB license version. Students are motivated to do some research work and for that culture and all neede resources are provided in this laboratory.
Digital Signal Processing
Digital signal processing laboratory helps the students to learn, analyse and design the techniques that give core knowledge for DSP engineers to develop the laboratory aims at supporting the teaching and research activities in the area of DSP. The laboratory has both software tools and DSP processors- both fixed point and floating point. The laboratory has user Licensed MATLAB software with various Tool boxes and Simulink. Students simulate here number of experiments in MATLAB. Students also use TMS 320C5416 fixed-point DSP. Programming of the DSP chip is done in C(and some assembly) language using the Code Composer Studio integrated development environment.
The ASIC Design laboratory at the department of Electronics and Communication engineering was established and commissioned in June 2011. It was planned for the study of introduction to standard cell design of VLSI digital circuits using VHDL hardware description language. Emphasis on how to write VHDL that will map readily to hardware. Laboratory experiments covers VHDL based design, schematic based logic entry, logic and VHDL simulation, automatic placement and routing, timing analysis and testing.