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The ECE Department has 11 Laboratories. These Includes Processor and VLSI Lab, Network simulation Lab, Microwave Communication Lab, Embedded Systems Lab, Electron Devices and Circuits Lab, Basic Enginneering Practices  Labs, Electronics And Instrumentation Lab, Digital Systems Lab, Communication  Lab, Basic Electronics Engineering and IoT Research and Innovation Lab. The Labs offer Opportunities for students to work on a wide range of advanced software packages that include:

  • Orcad –  A Proprietary Software Tool Suite Used For Electronic Design Automation(EDA).
  • Bench Mark Training In Networks-Lan Trainer V1.4
  • Routing Simulator V1.0 (Multi User License)  –Benchmark Lan Trainer
  • Wireless N 150 USB Adapter D-Link Dwa-123 V 1.0
  • MATLAB R2011a
  • Rasperry Pi
  • NVIDIA Jetson Nano.Developer Kit :- Tool Boxes Available : Communication Tool Box, Image Processing Tool Box, Signal Processing Tool Box, DSP System Tool Box, EDA Simulator Link, Filter Design HDL Coder, Fixed Point Tool Box, Matlab Coder, Real Time Windows Target, Simulink, Simulink Coder, Simulink Fixed Point, Simulink HDL Coder.
  • XILINX ISE DESIGN SUITE Version 13
  • CADENCE Tool (University Bundle Analog  & Digital FE & BE)
Lab Information
Description :-

Processor and VLSI lab has variants of Microprocessor, Microcontroller, interfacing modules and FPGA based Kits. The softwares include MATLAB, XILINX ISE Suite and Cadence Tool. The main aim of the laboratory is to train the students with the software and hardware associated with these kits so that they gain enough experiences to meet the demand of this digital era. This lab also provides basic facilities in the growing field of Very Large Scale Integration (VLSI) for UG project work.  In this laboratory interfacing of Microprocessor with various boards such as A/D convertors, stepper motors, DC motors and multidigit displays are done.

 

Lab Investment :- Rs. 23,61,036/-Faculty In-charge :- Dr. S. Karthik, Dr. V. P. KavithaProgrammer :- Mrs. M. Usha Rani

 

List of Equipments :-
  • 8085 Micro Processor Trainer Kit
  • 8086 Microprocessor Trainer Kit
  • Key Board & Display Interface Board (VBMB001)
  • Printer Interface Board (VBMB005)
  • Stepper Motor Controller with Motor (VBMB13A)
  • Traffic Light Control System
  • 8086 Micro Processor 2 Channel DAC Interface Board  [VBMB002]
  • 8086 Micro Processor 8 Channel ADC Interface Board  [VBMB003]
  • 8086 Micro Processor 8251 & 8253 Inter facing Board [VBMB004]
  • DSP Starter Kit (DSK )TMS320C6713
  • 8051 Based System Design
  • FPGA Multifunction Evaluation System(Spartan 3E)
  • Nuvoton Board ARM-Cortex NUC140

 

SOFTWARE AVAILABLE :-
  1. MATLAB R2011a :- Tool Boxes available: Communication Tool Box, Image Processing Tool box, Signal Processing Tool box, DSP System Tool box, EDA Simulator Link, Filter Design HDL Coder, Fixed Point Tool box, Matlab Coder, Real Time Windows Target, Simulink, Simulink Coder, Simulink Fixed Point, Simulink HDL Coder.
  2. XILINX ISE DESIGN SUITE Version 13
  3. CADENCE Tool (University Bundle Analog & Digital FE &BE)

The Network and Simulation  Laboratory in the Department is involved in research, education and scholarly activities in the broad area of communication networks and systems, with emphasis on theory, architecture, topology, performance analysis, mutli-access, mobility, routing and switching, link control and protocols. The current areas of research focus include routing and path computation and optimal resource allocation in  wired and  wireless networks, and high performance computer networks and applications.

Description :-

The Network  Simulation  Laboratory is engaged in research and education in the area of wireless communication and networking protocols and algorithms, as to provide ubiquitous access to wired and wireless resources for mobile and multimedia users. The emphasis in our research has been on the ad-hoc networking technology, self-reconfigurable systems, and power-limited communication protocols.

Lab Investment :- Rs. 10,28,160/-Faculty In-charge :- Dr. J. Anita Christaline, Mr. Sanjay KumarProgrammer :- Mrs. M. Usha Rani
Number of LAN Trainer Kit  :- 10Number of WLAN Kit :- 04 
Kit Specifications :-
  1. LAN TRAINER KIT :- BENCHMARK LAN –T with (3 NETWORK INTERFACE UNITS AND 1 NETWORK EMULATOR UNIT)
  2. WLAN KIT :- BENCHMARK WLAN-T WITH (1 CENTRAL UNIT, 4 WLAN ADAPTORS, 1 POWER SUPPLY FOR CENTRAL UNIT)
Software Installed :-
  1. BENCH MARK TRAINING IN NETWORKS-LAN TRAINER V1.4
  2. ROUTING SIMULATOR V1.0 (MULTI USER LICENSE) – BENCHMARK LAN TRAINER
  3. WIRELESS N 150 USB ADAPTER D-LINK DWA-123 V 1.0

The mission of this lab is to design, analyze the characterization of Microwave and optical communication devices. This lab is equipped to carry out basic microwave measurements, such as impedance, power, frequency, VSWR, etc., using waveguide technology as approximately 300 students per year undertake practical courses in this laboratory. In addition to supporting these courses, the lab also provides the necessary equipment for the students to perform their projects in both Microwave and optical communication domains.

Description :-

Microwave and optical communication Laboratory is meant for experiments at the instructional level for undergraduate students. The laboratory is adequately equipped with microwave benches at C-band and X-band, which includes Klystron tubes,  Klystron power supplies, modulators, directional couplers, various power energy and VSWR meters and microstrip antenna accessories. The experiments conducted include  radiation and terminal properties of horn, parabolic discs, reflector, strip and patch antennas, characteristics of active devices and passive components under optical communication lab,fiber optic trainer kits,LED,PD&LASER diode characteristics kits are used to measure various parameters of optical fiber communication system.Also the lab is equipped with optical communication devices to facilitate the students to understand the basics and characteristics of optical communication system.

Current Equipment :-
Lab Investment :- Rs. 13,60,825/- Faculty In-charge :- Dr. Priti Rishi, Mr. A. Dinesh Babu Programmer :- Mr. V. William Rajasingh
Total Number of Equipments :- 28
Equipments :-
  1. Fiber optic Trainer Kit
  2. LED Characteristics Kit
  3. LASER Diode Characteristics Kit
  4. Photo Diode Characteristics Kit
  5. Fiber optic Power meter
  6. Cooling fan for Microwave set up
  7. Micro strip Antenna and Accessories Set
  8. Microwave set up to study Directional Coupler, E&H Plane & Magic Tee
  9. Microwave set up for Radiation pattern of Horn &Paraboloids
  10. Microwave set up to study Reflex Klystron, VSWR, Impedance, Wavelength, & Freq. Measurement

The  Embedded System Laboratory   was design and developed  in the year 2012 for B.Tech. ECE and CSE students. This laboratory is being used by   both Full-Time as well as Part-Time  students.  Our aim is to provide research environment  and offer an intensive training in Embedded system technology.

 

Description :-

The syllabus contents study of various processors and controllers mostly used in embedded  products.  The Embedded System  Lab is equipped  with product development boards  such as  8051 Based Embedded Application Development System(EADS),  89C51 Micro-51 LC LCD TRAINER KIT,ARM NXPLPC2148 Embedded Application Development System(EADS)-LPC2148 MICON BOARD, ARM ATMEL  AT91SAM7S256 Embedded Application Development System(EADS)-LPC2148 MICON BOARD. The lab also consists of high end computers, software packages.

 

Lab Investment :- Rs. 2,500,00.00/-Faculty In-charge :- Dr. P. Nagarajan, Dr. P. KabilamaniProgrammer :- Mrs. M. Usha Rani
Kit Specifications:-
  • 8051 Based Embedded Application Development System(EADS)
  • ARM NXPLPC2148 Embedded Application Development System(EADS)-LPC2148 MICON BOARD
  • ARM ATMEL  AT91SAM7S256 Embedded Application Development System(EADS)-LPC2148 MICON BOARD
  • 89C51 Micro-51 LC LCD TRAINER KIT
Number of Kits :-
  • 8051 Based Embedded Application Development System(EADS) Kit – 3
  • ARM NXPLPC2148 Embedded Application Development System(EADS) Kit – 10
  • ARM ATMEL  AT91SAM7S256 Embedded Application Development System(EADS) – 10
  • 89C51 Micro-51 LC LCD TRAINER KIT – 5

This Lab familiarizes the students with the fundamentals of analog electronics. This Lab is equipped with a wide range of devices, which helps the students to undergo intensive training and provides a deep insight into the world of electronics. The lab provides a skeleton of applied electronics.

Description :-

This lab is intended to explore the properties of analog circuits,CROs, power supplies, measuring meters and linear ICs to study the operation principles of operational Amplifiers and other linear ICs. All analog and digital IC related experiments can be carried out. The testers for IC are available. To design and analyze various electronic circuits such as Multivibrator,application of operational amplifiers,oscillators.so that students are able to understand the practical aspects of basic electronic circuits.

Lab Investment :- Rs. 18,45,112/-Faculty In-charges :- Dr. T. S. Balaji, Mrs. V. BhuvaneswariProgrammer :- Mr. V. William Rajasingh
Equipment Specifications :-
S.NOEquipmentsRange
1.AMMETER(0 -5/10) mA
  (0 -30) mA
  (0 -100) micro A
  (0 -500) micro A
  (0 -500 )MA
  (0 -100)mA
  (0 -1 )mA
  (0 -250) micro A
  (0 – 10) mA
  (0 -5 )mA
2.VOLTMETER(0 -15/30)V
  (0-1) V
  (0 – 5 )V
  (0 –10 )V
  (0 – 30 )V
  (0 – 3 )V
3.DECADE RESISTANCE BOX(0-1) Mohm
4.DECADE CAPACITANCE BOX(0-1) Farad
5.DECADE INDUCTANCE BOX(0-1) MH
6.SINGLE POWER SUPPLY(0-30)V,2A
7.DUAL POWER SUPPLY(0-30)V,2A
8.DUAL POWER SUPPLY(0-30)V,5A
9.FIXED POWER SUPPLY(0+12,-12)V
10.CRO(0-30)MHz
11.FUNCTION GENERATOR(0-3)MHZ
12.FUNCTION GENERATOR(0-10)MHZ
13.LCR METER
14.MULTIMETER
Background :-

This lab introduces the students to the basic electrical measuring equipments and they will deal with some of the frequently used instruments and equipments, like the digital multimeter, tester etc. The students obtain the basic knowledge about different types of wiring circuits, behaviour of current, voltage, power, energy under different conditions and their determination. They can also gain knowledge about residential wiring, trouble shooting various electrical equipments like ceiling fan, mixer, air conditioner and other electrical gadgets. These experiments help to provide them the foundation they require practically.

 

Lab Investment :- Rs. 8,06,400/-Faculty In-charge :- Mrs. R. Sathiya, Mrs. V. AkilaProgrammer :- Ms. N. Anisha
Number of Experimental Boards :- 16
System Specifications :-
  1. COIL WINDING MACHINE SETUP – 1 NO.
  2. WIRING SETUP
    1. FLUORESCENT WIRING – 2 NOS
    2. GODOWN WIRING – 2 NOS
    3. RESIDENTIAL WIRING – 1 NO.
    4. STAIR CASE WIRING – 2 NOS
  3. PHOTO VOLTAIC CELL SETUP – 1 NO.
    1. LUX METER
  4. MEASUREMENT OF ELECTRICAL QUANTITIES – 2 NOS
    1. SINGLE PHASE AUTO TRANSFORMER
    2. SINGLE PHASE RESISTIVE LOAD
    3. SINGLE PHASE INDUCTIVE LOAD
    4. SINGLE PHASE CAPACITIVE LOAD
  5. MEASUREMENT OF ENERGY USING SINGLE PHASE ENERGY METER – 2 NOS
    1. SINGLE PHASE RESITI VE LOAD
    2. STOP WATCH
    3. SINGLE PHASE AUTO TRANSFORMER
  6. MEASUREMENT OF ENERGY USING THREE PHASE ENERGY METER – 2 NOS
    1. THREE PHASE LAMP LOAD
    2. THREE PHASE AUTO TRANSFORMER
    3. STOP WATCH
  7. STUDY OF EARTHING AND MEASUREMENT OF EARTH RESISTANCE – 1 NO
  8. EARTHING TOOL KIT
Motivation :-

Electronics and Instrumentation lab in Electronics and communication department is established to provide practical, elementary as well as comprehensive knowledge about instrumentation for Mechanical department students.

Description :-

The syllabus is framed in such way that to provide knowledge about basic functioning of various electronic components (like Diode, Transistors, Sensors and Transducers) and its applications. This Electronics and Instrumentation lab is equipped with

  • Thermistor module
  • Thermocouple module
  • RTD module
  • Load cell trainer module
  • Strain measurement trainer
Lab Investment :- Rs. 4,73,010.60/-Faculty In-charge :- Mr. P. Rathina Kumar, Dr. Anju M IProgrammer :- Mrs. P. Vedha Priya
Number of Experimental Boards :- 16
Background :-

A comprehensive undergraduate engineering program must provide opportunities for the application of theoretical concepts to the solution of realistic engineering problems. As digital systems and computer engineering concepts are integrated into the undergraduate engineering curriculum, we have included this lab which will enable them to work with digital networks and mini-computers.

Description :-

Laying a strong foundation for electronic engineers this lab makes the students understand the fundamentals of digital Electronics. The Digital Logic Lab is where our students gain practical experience in the use of basic hardware components. Through experiments, students become familiar with gates, multiplexers, decoders, flip-flops, counters, registers and displays.Explains Boolean logic functions, Describes TTL and CMOS logic, as well as IC logic devices. Describes proper method for detection and correction of common fault potentials.

Lab Investment :- Rs. 2,06,468/-Faculty In-charges :- Mrs. A. Vasuki, Dr. R. BhairaviProgrammer :- Ms. N. Anisha
Number of Experimental Boards :- 16
System Specification :-
  1. SYSTEMS – DIGITAL LOGIC IC TRAINER KIT – 30 NOS
    • +5v,+15v,-15V, 16  IO SWITCHES WITH TWO 7 SEGMENT DISPLAY,
    • 555 TIMER AND WITH 74121 MICRO SWITCH
  2. MINIMAX ELECTRONICS  – DIGITAL IC TESTER – 1 NO.
    • FUNCTIONAL LINEAR IC TESTER WITH 20 PIN ZIP SOCKET
    • FOR 6,8,10,14,16,18 & 20 PIN IC IN DIP PACKAGE
Background :-

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 basic electronic communications systems.

Description :-

The concepts of all type of modulation & demodulation can be studied. The recent communication techniques can be demonstrated with available equipments. Students conduct experiments in a communication lab where they become acquainted with oscilloscopes, signal generators and spectrum analyzers. Measurement of common signals such as sinusoids and periodic square waves are conducted in both the time and frequency domain. The training and experience that ECE students gain in this laboratory enhance their understanding of analog and digital communication systems. This lab has highly advanced digital storage oscilloscopes and spectrum analyzer.

The Curriculum objectives are :-

  • To understand basic theories of digital and analog communication.
  • To design and implement analog/ digital modulator and demodulator.
  • To understand the applications of balanced modulator circuit.
Lab Investment :- Rs. 10,21,420/-Faculty In-charge :- Dr. P. Glaret Subin, Mr. S. BalajiProgrammer :- Mrs. P. Vedha Priya
Number of System :- 31t
Equipment Specifications :-
S.NOEQUIPMENTS – Name of the ITEMRANGE
1Analog Pulse Mod/Demod
2Band pass modulation
3Band pass Demodulation KIT
4Delta Modulation
5Pulse code Modulation
6Pulse code Demodulation
7QPSK Demodulation KIT
8QPSK Modulation KIT
9Time Division Multiplexing & Demultiplexing
10PT/T10DSMO1060* “Scientific” Digital Storage Oscilloscope60 MHZ
11PT/T10DSMO1100* “Scientific” Digital Storage Oscilloscope100 MHZ
12PT/H1SAHMS1000E HAMEG HMS1000E 1 GHz SPECTRUM ANALZER1 GHz
13ANALOG CRO 30HZ DUAL30HZ
14FUNTION GENERATOR 1 MHZ1 MHZ
15AM MODULATOR AND DE MODULATOR 
16DSP –SC  -MODULATOR AND DE MODULATOR 
17FDM MULTIPLEXER AND DE -MULTIPLEXER 
18FM  MODULATOR AND DE MODULATOR 
19PAM  PPM PWM  MODULATOR AND DE MODULATOR 
20PRE EMPHASIS AND DE EMPHASIS 
21SSB MODULALOR AND  DE MODULATOR 
22TDM MULTIPLEXER AND DE -MULTIPLEXER 
23DATA -FOMATTING 
24DELTA MODULATION AND DE MODULATION 
25DIFFERENTIAL PULSE CODE MODULATION AND DE MODULATION 
26DPSK MODULATION AND DE MODULATION 
System Specifications :-
  • DELL OTPIPLEX 9020PC
  • INTEL CORE I5 3.2 GHZ PROCESSOR
  • 4 GB DDR3 RAM 500 GB HDD
  • 18.5” LED MONITOR
Software Installed :-
  • WINDOWS 7
  • MS OFFICE 2007
Background :-

This is our busiest set of laboratories, in terms of utilization. Its overall needs are versatility and generality, in view of the many basic course needs it serves. This is the main lab where basic experiments like device characteristics and basic analog circuits are held. This lab is general enough to hold a number of experiments suitable for giving students enough exposure to enable them to easily adopt experiments in more advanced laboratories in the department.

 

Description :-

All basic electronic devices and their characteristics, applications can be studied. Using these devices the small electronic circuits can be constructed and checked. In order to introduce the students with basic components of electronics this lab is furnished with advanced CROs, function generators and digital multimeters. Students can perform practical on P-N junction diode, Zener Diode, rectifiers and filters, transistor biasing and their characteristics in different modes, RC coupled amplifiers and FETs.

 

Lab Investment :- Rs. 8,43,573/-Faculty In-charge :-  Mrs. R. Sathiya, Mrs. V. AkilaProgrammer :- Ms. N. Anisha
Number of Experimental Boards :- 16
Kit Specification :-
  • Digital  IC Tester – 10 No’s
  • Analog  IC Tester  – 10 No’s
  • LCR  Meter – 10 No’s
Software Installed :-

EDA  SOFTWARE  OrCAD Licensed   –  OrCAD is a proprietary software tool suite used for Electronic Design Automation(EDA).

  • Windows XP[Version 3.1.2600] – 10 Users
Background :-

The IoT Research and Innovation Lab was established on 03rd April 2019. It is sponsored by the UK based professional body Organization Institution of Engineering and Technology’s Chennai Local Network (IET CLN) and it is technically supported by Nokia Solutions and Networks Ltd. This Innovation lab focusses on R & D activities in the areas of IoT, Smart Robotics, Artificial Intelligence etc. This lab collaborates with Nokia Solutions and Networks Ltd in developing State-of-the-art solutions related to environmental monitoring in industries, Augmented Reality, Data Visualization.

 

Description :-

The IoT Research and Innovation Lab has IoT SoC boards ranging from Raspberry Pi, NVIDIA Jetson Nano Developer Kit, various sensor and display modules. These components are used to develop IoT solutions for various IoT use-case scenarios related to Smart Industry which are implemented in the Oragadam factory of Nokia Solutions and Networks Ltd. As on September 2021 around 40 students have been provided an opportunity to do their Internship at Nokia and be part of this R & D Lab to design various solutions related to IoT, AR.

 

Lab Investment :- Rs. 1,10,000/-Faculty In-charge :- Mr. P. Rathina Kumar, Dr. Anju M IProgrammer :- Mrs. P. Vedha Priya
Components Description :-
  1. Raspberry Pi 4 Model-B with 4 GB RAM
  2. 2-inch e-Ink Paper Display Module with SPI Interface
  3. Raspberry Pi Camera V2
  4. Official Micro-HDMI (Male) to Standard HDMI (Male) Cable for Raspberry Pi
  5. Arducam IMX219 Wide Angle IR Sensitive (NoIR) Camera Module for Nvidia Jetson Nano
  6. HDMI to HDMI Cable 0.5 Meter Flat Pure Copper Black
  7. Official USB type-C 15.3W Power Supply for Raspberry Pi 4-Black
  8. 37 in 1 Sensors Kit compatible with Arduino
  9. ESP32 LoRa SX1278 0.96 Inch Blue OLED Display BT WiFi Module for Arduino
  10. SeeedStudio Grove 3 Axis Digital Accelerometer
  11. BMP180 Digital Barometric Sensor Module compatible with Arduino
  12. Raspberry Pi 4 Model B Touchscreen 7-inch Display Case -ABS, Red
  13. 96 Inch I2C/IIC 4pin OLED Display Module BLUE
  14. PIR Motion Sensor Detector Module HCSR501
  15. MAX30100 Pulse Oximeter Heart Rate Sensor Module
  16. Raspberry Pi Pico
  17. NVIDIA Jetson Nano Developer Kit
  18. SanDisk Micro SD/SDHC 32GB Class 10 Memory Card
  19. SeedStudio Grove GPS (Air530)
  20. 7″ Official Raspberry Pi Display with Capacitive Touchscreen
  21. Orange 5V 3A Power supply Adapter charger with Micro USB Plug
  22. MQ 2 Gas Sensor
  23. HC-SR501 (PIR Sensor)
  24. Node MCU
  25. IC Module IR Board
  26. PCB HCSR 04 (HE)
  27. DHT – 11 Sensor Module
  28. Relay Board
  29. Arduino Nano RP2040 Connect with Header
  30. CC2530F256 Zigbee UART Wireless Core Development Board with Serial Port
  31. M177 NRF24L01 2.4GHz Antenna Wireless Transceiver Module
  32. Adafruit SGP40 Air Quality Sensor Breakout – VOC Index – STEMMA QT/Qwiic
  33. MQ 135 Air Quality/Gas Detector Sensor Module For Arduino
  34. MQ-2 Smoke LPG Butane Hydrogen Gas Sensor Detector Module
  35. Waveshare MQ-7 Gas Sensor
  36. Waveshare MQ-5 Gas Sensor
  37. APDS9960 RGB Gesture Sensor Detection I2C Breakout Module for Arduino
  38. DFRobot Fermion BMX160 9-axis Sensor (Breakout)
  39. 5A range Current Sensor Module ACS712
  40. Voltage Detection Sensor Module 25V
  41. RFID Reader/Writer RC522 SPI S50 with RFID Card and Tag
  42. 56MHz RFID IC Key Tag
  43. Pressure Sensor,5kg+ HX711AD Module,+4P DuPont Wire + Shell, Weighing Electronic Weighing Sensor Kit
  44. HFS-DC06 5.8G DC5V Microwave Motion Sensor Module for LED Lighting Doppler Effect
  45. 5V 6 Channel Low Level Relay Module with Light Coupling
  46. I2C Bi-Directional logic Level Converter- 4 Channel
  47. LCD1602 Parallel LCD Display with IIC/I2C interface
  48. W5100 Ethernet Module Ethernet Network Module for Arduino
  49. IRF520 MOSFET Driver Module for Arduino ARM Raspberry pi
  50. 5-36v Switch Drive High-power MOSFET Trigger Module
  51. TowerPro MG995 Plastic Gear Servo Motor with CNC Aluminum Steering Servo Horn Arm
  52. 16-Channel 12-bit PWM/Servo Driver I2C interface PCA9685 for Arduino Raspberry Pi
  53. US-100 Ultrasonic Sensor Distance Measuring Module with Temperature Compensation
  54. Virtual Reality Kits