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ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING


ECE | G. B. PANT GOVERNMENT ENGINEERING COLLEGE


Since its inception in 2007, the objective of the department has been to become the front-runner in its core area of specialization. With a vision to excel in education and research, the department has taken the lead in the establishment of well equipped, comprehensive and exemplary laboratories. Upgradation of laboratories is done from time to time to keep track with the rapid changes in technology.


FROM HOD'S DESK

DR. AJAY KUMAR SINGHOLI
Professor
Head of Department

Specialization:Advanced Manufacturing Systems


I extend my heartiest welcome to all the students joining us in the department of Electronics and communication Engineering of our college and wish them all success in the pursuit of their studies in Engineering. I would also like to advise them to pursue their engineering courses earnestly giving due importance to practical work; as the old Sanskrit saying goes “ ानम ् भारम ् या बना”;if theoretical knowledge is there, but skill is lacking to put the same into practice, it would only prove to be a mental burden.

The world of science is proceeding towards Artificial Intelligence, 3D printing, Robotics and many advance concepts; we need the development of the skill to make use of our theoretical knowledge guiding our practical work; only then the aim “तेजि व नावधीतम तु” (कठोप नषद-whatever we two, the teacher and the students studying, add to our aura) can be materialised.





ADVANCE MICROWAVE AND ANTENNA TESTING LAB/MICROWAVE ENGINEERING LAB

Over the last decade some of Laboratories of the Institution has acquired the state of art equipments and research facility. One such facility is testing of Antenna in Anechoic Chamber in microwave lab. Institution has been getting request from different institu-tions of not only Delhi but from institutions outside Delhi also for utilizing the Antenna testing facility available in the ECE Depart-ment. State of the art Test and Measurement facility for RF components and antenna sys-tems using anechoic chamber, Two port measurement (S-Parameters) of various RF Component using 20GHz vector network analyzer is the strength of this lab.

DSP/DIP LABORATORY

The Digital Signal Processing Lab / Digital Image Processing Lab is well equipped with a number of computers/workstations along with several hardware kits and software packages useful in signal and image process-ing. All the computers are interlinked through LAN. Lab is equipped with high speed internet facility available to all stu-dents and faculty. The lab is equipped with following high end equipments: -
DSK6713(Texas Instruments)
ADC TL5-6Kand DAC TLV5619-5639Boards(Texas Instruments)
Analog evaluation module with DSP fingerprint (Texas Instruments)
Prototyping kit with virtual instru-ments (NI-Elvis Board)
Sony camcorder with complete camera system (Benro)

VSLI LABORATORY

This lab has both Hardware and software facili-ties to train the students on VLSI circuit design-ing. VLSI lab allows the theoretical concepts studied as part of subjects such as, CMOS VLSI Design, Microelectronics Circuits and HDL, to gain practical experience with the help of OR-CAD tool framework. The lab introduces the complete custom IC design flow, ASIC design flow and AMS (Analog and Mixed Signal) flow for Analog circuits, Digital circuits as well as Analog and mixed signal circuits design. The analog design involves schematic (standard cell), test schematic capture and symbolic representa-tion of circuit topologies using schematic editor/ Composer. Simulation of the test circuit to per-form various analyses such as transient, DC and AC is facilitated by Multimode Simulator/ Spectre.

MICROPROCESSOR AND MICROCONTROLLER LABORATORY

This Lab is equipped with 8085 microprocessor kits, 8086 microprocessor kits, 8051 microcon-troller kits and various interfacing cards. The objective of this lab is to develop assembly language programming skills and to make students familiar with microprocessor & microcontroller based systems.
The lab provides practical hands on experience of programming the 8085, 8086 microprocessor and 8051 microcontroller. The students gain practical knowledge of interfacing various cards with 8085, 8086 and 8051. Since microproces-sor/microcontroller based systems are being used in various industrial and domestic applica-tions, the lab provides opportunity to design various real time applications/projects using 8085, 8086 & 8051 and make students ready for demanding industrial needs.

EMBEDDED SYSTEM LABORATORY

This lab facilitates the students to learn about design tools and hardware programmers. The students can simulate and implement hardware to understand the basic building blocks of a microcontroller like timers, counters, PWM generation, I/O techniques and requirements, A/D conversion, serial communication etc. The lab has experimental facili-ties to explore the system design process using hardware-software codesign process.
The lab is equipped with following high end equipments:
• 8051 microcontroller Development Boards.
• 8086 Microprocessor Development Boards.
• 8085 Microprocessor Development Boards.
• PIC-02 kits.
• Interfacing kits like LCD, Stepper motor, Seven Segment Display, ADC, DAC, DC motor Tone generator and Keypad matrix.
• ARM Development Board.

ANALOG ELECTRONICS LABORATORY

This lab is a state of art introductory electronics laboratory that explores the design, con-struction, and debugging of analog electronic circuits. In this lab students learn about the basic principles of analog circuit design and operation in a practical/simulation, real-world laboratory setting. They work both with discrete components such as resistors, capacitors, diodes, and transistors as well as with integrated components such as operational amplifiers. In addition, they become familiar with the operation of basic electronic test equipment (digital multimeters, oscilloscopes, function generators, curve tracers, etc.). This lab also has facility to check the performance characteristics of diodes, transistors, JFETs, and op-amps, including the construction of a small audio amplifier, oscillators and power amplifiers.



CONSUMER ELECTRONICS

The objective of this laboratory is to minimize the gap between theoretical design approach taught in class to our students and real world of competitive product design. It enables students to analyze, test and redesign subsystems within existing consumer electronics products such as CD players, Tape recorders, Mono-Chrome and Color televi-sions, Pattern generators etc,. Though, currently the lab is equipped with conventional consumer electronic products but it may include number of other products like smart phones, LED and UHD TV Sets and many more as per the demand of the syllabus.

CONTROL SYSTEM LABORATORY

The objective of this laboratory is to enable the students to strengthen their understanding of the design and analysis of control systems through practical exercises. Control Engineering is of significant interest in most areas of industry. This course also aims to familiarize with the modeling of dynamic systems and the characteristics of control components. The lab has trainer kits like AC & DC Servomotor study system, Linear System Simulator, study of Synchro devices, PID controller study system, and Compensator design. XPO-PID controller trainer kit with modular experiment panels such as Process Simulator, Thyristor Actuator panel, Stepper Motor control demonstration panel, Servo Interface panel, DC & AC Servo position control etc.

DIGITAL CIRCUITS AND SYSTEMS I & II LABORATORY

This laboratory will enable the undergradu-ate students to learn the basic concepts and techniques in digital electronic circuits and systems. The learning objective of this laboratory is to supplement the theory course of digital circuits and systems with adequate introduction to both combinatorial and sequential logic circuits, such as, adders, sub-tractors, comparator, multiplexer/ demultiplexer, encoders/decoders, 7-segment display and decoder/driver, flip-flop, register, counter, etc. and various combinations of these. This laboratory is equipped with FPGAs, CROs, Computers for software simulation, and Analog and Digital IC testers.

ELECTRONIC INSTRUMENTS AND MEASUREMENTS LABORATORY

This laboratory will enable the undergraduate students to learn the basic concepts and techniques in digital electronic circuits and systems. The learning objective of this laboratory is to supplement the theory course of digital circuits and systems with adequate introduction to both combinatorial and sequential logic circuits, such as, adders, subtractors, comparator, multiplexer/ demultiplexer, encoders/decoders, 7-segment display and decoder/driver, flip-flop, register, counter, etc. and various com-binations of these. This laboratory is equipped with FPGAs, CROs, Computers for software simulation, and Analog and Digital IC testers.

COMMUNICATIONS LABORATORY

This laboratory intends to cover the basic understanding of functionalities of various block-sets involved in communication sys-tems. It involves system design and simula-tion exercises using MATLAB and Simulink and experiments based on hardware boards. Students are introduced to the functioning of modern communication systems and how they perform in the presence of noise

OPTICAL COMMUNICATION LABORATORY

The current and projected demands for the high capacity optical fiber links and their antici-pated economic benefits have triggered a fluty of activities among researchers. This labora-tory enables the students to relate the theoretical concepts of optical fiber communication with the hands-on experiments that are performed in this laboratory. This laboratory estab-lishes good practices in experimentation including precise data collection, analysis of data, sources of error etc.
This lab is equipped with Advanced Optical Fiber kits, Fiber-Optic Digital Transreceiver kits and Optical Network Analysis System. The lab has also breadboard based optical benches.
After doing the experiments based on optical fiber components and systems, the students will be able to:
Couple light in and out of fiber and connect them
Measure dispersion and different losses in fibers
Measure the performance of analog and digital fiber links
Study the different modulation techniques using analog and digital signals
Measure Numerical Aperture and Optical Power
Study Optical Time Domain Reflectometer (OTDR) Equipment
Relate an integrated view of Engineering by studying the fundamental analogies between electrical and optical communication systems







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