The Department of Electronics & Communication

comprises of 12 fully equipped labs. The students have easy access to CRO, power supplies, function generator, trainer kits as well as relevant analog & digital IC in the following labs:

Analog Electronics
Digital Electronics, Microwave Engg.
Circuits & Systems
Electrical Science
Communication Systems
Telecommunication Systems

Emphasis is given for circuit designing on the bread board. The other labs. of the department are :

Microprocessor Lab:

Microprocessor Lab

It is devoted to programming of 8085 & 8086 microprocessor using Trainer kits with assembler as well as interfacing cards like 8251, 8253, 8255, 8257, 8259, 8279, ADC, DAC etc. Two sets of 8086 based In-circuit Emulators are there to develop projects on mp. The sophisticated mixed scale OSC of 60MHz with logic Analyser is available for checking different signals generated by microprocessor.

Consumer Electronics & Satellite and Mobile Communication Lab:

This is an advanced specialized lab. consisting of trainer kits in the area of Mobile Comm., GPS, Satellite Comm., CDMA Cassette tape Recorder.

Embedded Systems:

Embedded Systems

This emerging scientific enterprise called "Embedded Systems" is all set to open new horizons for the students of this field. A new lab has been set up in the college for this very purpose, thus taking a bold step in enlightening students in till now unventured areas in embedded technology.

Here, we have 2 platforms to develop embedded systems which are:

1) Intel 8051 based target board with cross-compiler and an IN-SYSTEM PROGRAMMER for storing the program from PC to the microcontroller. Along with that, there are certain interfacing resources available with the target board such as LCD, Keypad, 7 segment display, ADC, DAC, stepper motor, RTC etc.

2) The second target board contains microchips PIC 16X controller with IDE of MP LAB for writing the program and storing it on the microcontroller. There is also a universal programmer available to program the microcontroller and program memories. Addition systems include the microprocessor development system with in circuit emulator for 8085 and 8031 based PODS.