Advance Communication Lab and Embedded Controller Laboratory

We live in an age where various forms of electronic communication are rapidly expanding and the need for new engineering graduates who are prepared to innovate, create, and work with these systems is evident. The communications lab presently serves to give the ECE students a laboratory experience in advanced communications systems.
Advanced communication laboratory will enable students to design & demonstrate the concepts of digital modulation techniques. Students conduct experiments in a communication lab where they become acquainted with oscilloscopes, signal generators, microwave test bench, microstrip dipole and Yagi antennas, directional couplers and optical fibers. The training and experience that ECE students gain in this laboratory enhance their understanding of the measurement of wave propagation in microstrip antennas, characteristics of microstrip devices and its parameters, modeling an optical communication system and study its characteristics. Students learn to simulate the digital communication concepts and compute and display various parameters along with plots/figures using suitable digital environments.
Embedded controller lab is prescribed for sixth semester students of Electronics and Communication engineering. In this lab the students will be able to understand the instruction set of ARM Cortex M3- a 32 bit Microcontroller, Programming the microcontroller in Assembly language and Embedded C language using various software tools.
In this lab "LPC1768" based evaluation boards are used for execution of programs and interfacing various external devices. Keil IDE tool is used for developing the programs and compiling. Flash Magic Tool is used for Programming the Microcontroller.

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Digital System Design Laboratory

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Digital System Design laboratory is specially designed and developed for the students to learn about the basic concepts related with the modeling of combinational and sequential logic circuits. The emphasis is also laid for the simulation of logic circuits using VHDL/Verilog language with suitable ISE. This laboratory course enables students to get practical experience in design, realization and verification of logic circuits using Digital IC Trainer Kit.

Hardware Description Language and Computer Communication Laboratory

The Verilog HDL Laboratory is well equipped with forward-thinking industry standard Tools. The Laboratory gives hands on experience in the field of Digital Cricuits. Verilog, standardized as IEEE 1364, is a hardware description language (HDL) used to model electronic systems. It is most commonly used in the design and verification of digital circuits at the register-transfer level of abstraction.
Programming can be done using any compiler by downloading the programs on a FPGA/CPLD boards such as Apex/Acex/Max/Spartan/Sinfi/Vertex or equivalent and performance testing is done using 32 channel pattern generator and logic analyzer apart from verification by simulation with tools such as Altera/Modelsim or equivalent.
Programming capabilities of the Students can be enhanced through this laboratory by gaining knowledge to design and simulate digital circuits.
Computer Networks Laboratory will enable students to choose suitable tools to model a network & understand the protocols at various OSI reference levels. Students learn to design a suitable network & simulate using a network simulator tool. This laboratory helps the students to simulate the networking concepts & protocols (data link & routing) using C/ C++ programming. And also students learn to model the networks for different configurations & analyze the results.

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Microcontroller, VLSI and Digital Signal Processing Laboratory

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The 8051 Micro controller Lab is specially designed keeping in mind how to write assembly language programs in 8051 for solving problems that manipulate input data using different instructions of 8051. This lab is based on the 8051 platform thus enabling the students to have a complete experience to work with 8051 micro controller target. This lab includes the study of interfacing different input and output devices to 8051 and controls them using Assembly language programs and also the study of interfacing serial devices to 8051 and to do the serial transfer using C Programming.
The lab features 8-bit micro controller platform based on 8051 micro controller to learn and explore the basics of a micro controller and its operations. The Lab offers micro controller target board with on board programming facility. The Educational Practice Board for 8051 featuring P89V51RD2 or equivalent with on-board programming feature and all the port lines available on two twenty pin connectors.
The VLSI Laboratory is well outfitted with forward-thinking industry standard Cadence Tools. The Laboratory gives hands on understanding in the field of CMOS VLSI Design, Microelectronics Circuits and HDL, to experience the practical knowledge. The lab presents the total custom and semi custom IC design, ASIC design and Analog & Mixed Signal design for Analog circuits and Digital circuits. Students gain knowledge to design, simulate and verify schematic and layout of combinational and sequential logic circuits. The outcome of the lab is that after practicing software and hardware designing of circuits, the students are confident to make projects in this area and show their expertise in the field of chip design.
Digital signal processing laboratory helps the students to learn, analyze 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. Students simulate here number of experiments related to signal processing. Students also use TMS 320C6713 floating-point processor. Programing of the DSP chip is done in C language using the Code Composer Studio integrated development environment.

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