Electrical Engineering Lab Facilities

Digital Electronics and FPGA's Lab

This lab is designed to train the students in the field of digital logic design, computer architecture and microprocessor interfacing. It contains high-end oscilloscopes, digital trainers, DMM, function generators and support accessories. The lab provides an insight to microprocessor architecture and microprocessor based systems.

Analog Electronics Lab

The primary focus of this lab is to train the students in the field of electronic devices and its applications. It gives sufficient practical knowledge in the area like circuit analysis, electronics circuits and systems, solid state electronics and power electronic devices. The lab is equipped with good quality analog trainers, oscilloscopes, function generators, DMM and other necessary support equipment.

Communications Lab

This lab is designed to train the students in the field of telecommunication by providing them basic and advanced concepts covering both the analog and digital communication domains. Through this lab, students get the opportunity to learn the concepts of communications and its related concepts using different software tools. The equipments available in the laboratory include Oscillator, Modulator, Demodulator, Frequency Synthesizer, D/A Converter, FSK, PSK, QPSK and CVSD Techniques.

Digital Signal Processing Lab

The aim of the lab is to provide the students necessary training in the field of signal and image processing. This lab enables the student to implement signal processing algorithms on state of the art embedded systems to solve real world problems. For this purpose, the lab houses cutting edge digital signal processing platforms. These include eight TI DSK 6713 kits, three TI 320C30 kits, eighteen Xilinx Spartan 3e FPGA kits, one Vertex 2 and one Vertex 4 FPGA kit. There are 28 workstations having fast PCs to use the above-mentioned hardware and software tools available in this lab include: MATLAB; PSpice, Microwave Office and Lab View. Students are given ample opportunity to get hands on experience on these embedded systems to apply real-time filtering, spectral analysis and signal synthesis.

ASIC Design Lab

This laboratory is equipped with the latest design software such as MAX+PLUS II/Quartus II version 2.2 Design Software, VHDL/Verilog HDL Synthesis & Simulation Tools, SOPC version 2.7 Builder System Development Tools, FPGA programming SW/HW. The laboratory has also Xilinx Foundation 5.1 series Design SW, MentorGraphics Leonardo Spectrum version 2002e Synthesis tools and Model Technology’s ModelSim 5.6a installed on number of latest PCs. Moreover, it is equipped with number of Alter’s UP-2 Development boards with ByteBlasterMV download cables plus Sparten-IIe based and XCV-1000 based ASIC Development boards.

Electrical Machines Lab

This lab provides the student with ample knowledge about single phase, 3 phase Power Supplies, Transformers, Motors and Generators. The Electrical Machines Lab is equipped with five YL-195 Motor, Electric Traction and Electrical Control Trainers. The students do experiments to get firm grip on the concepts of active, reactive and apparent power encountered in electric machines like generators and motors.

Control Lab

This lab gives students a realistic and practical exposure of the application of sophisticated control algorithms to modern day engineering challenges. The equipment of the lab is geared to fulfill this purpose. The training hardware includes Inverted Pendulum, Ball and Beam Apparatus, DC Motor Control kits, Mitsubushi Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs), Model RC Aircraft, two Robotic Arms, Heating Chamber, Mindstorm Robotic kits. These control specialized hardware are used by the students for learning control concepts like controller design (like PID and Phase lead/lag controllers) and control analysis like bode plots and time/frequency domain specifications. Students also use these kits for their final year projects.

Undergraduate Project Lab

A dedicated lab has been established for the students working on their final projects. Computers are allocated to students who get software/hardware installed as per the requirements of their specific projects. The environment in this lab is very helpful for the students, since all of them are senior students and working on their final projects, they help each other on technological and other issues.