Lab Facilities

Sri Manakula Vinayagar Engineering College

The laboratories are well equipped with modern training facilities that cater to the requirements of the University syllabus as well as to architect the learning experience. The department plays a vital role in training the students of other branches of engineering as well.

The lists of various laboratories available are as follows

  1. Electronic Devices Lab
  2. Electronic Circuits Lab – I
  3. Electronic Circuits Lab – II
  4. Communication Lab – I
  5. Communication Lab – II
  6. Communication Lab - III
  7. Digital Circuit Design Lab
  8. System Design using IC`s Lab
  9. Microprocessor & Microcontroller Lab
  10. Advanced Communication Lab
  11. Networks and Transmission Lines Lab
  12. Computer Networks / Embedded Systems Lab
  13. Project Laboratory

Electronic Devices Lab

This lab deals with various electronic techniques and building blocks used in analog signal processing. Experiments and projects using discrete IC modules will be carried out in the laboratory.

The primary objective of the lab is to serve as a platform for understanding the operating principles of basic devices like diodes and transistors through experiments and also to study their characteristics.

List of Equipments

Sl. No. Name of the Equipment Make Quantity
1

Ammeter

Oxford 53
2

Voltmeter

Oxford 44
3

Single fixed power supply 5V/2A

Mighty 5
4

Single regulated power supply (0-32)V/2A

Aplab 14
5

Dual fixed power supply 12V and 15V/2A

Aplab 4
6

Regulated high voltage power supply(15-300)V

Aplab 1
7

Photo devices study kit

Mighty 1
8

transformer (6-0-6)V

Mighty 6
9

Multimeter

Mastech 3

 

List of Experiments

  1. V-I characteristics of semiconductor diodes
    1. Point contact diode
    2. Zener diode
    3. PN Junction diode
  2. Characteristics of BJT in CB configuration
    1. Determination of input and output characteristics
    2. Determination of voltage gain, current gain, input and output resistances from the characteristics
  3. Characteristics of BJT in CE configuration
    1. Determination of input and output characteristics
    2. Determination of voltage gain, current gain, input and output resistances from the characteristics
  4. Characteristics of JFET
    1. Determination of output and transfer characteristics
    2. Determination of pinch off voltage, rd, gm and µ from the characteristics
  5. Characteristics of MOSFET
    1. Determination of output and transfer characteristics
    2. Determination of rd, gm and µ from the characteristics
  6. Characteristics of SCR and TRIAC
  7. Characteristics of UJT
    1. Determination of intrinsic standoff ratio
  8. Characteristics of photonic devices
    1. Determination of V-I characteristics of LED
    2. Determination of V-I and intensity characteristics of phototransistor
  9. Clipper circuits using diodes
    1. Positive, negative, biased and combinational clippers
  10. Switching circuit
    1. AND and OR logic gates using diodes
    2. NOT gate using transistor

Electronics Circuits Lab-I

The students are offered hands-on experience in designing, constructing and testing the analog electronics circuits. The students design the circuits, solder them and then test the performance experimentally. This lab nurtures all the skills that are essential to design and test advanced electronics and communication circuits. The students also validate the experimental results using PSpice computer simulator.

List of Equipments

Sl. No Name of the Equipment Make Quantity
1

Capacitance box

Systems 2
2

Inductance box

Systems 1
3

Resistance box

Systems 12
4

Single fixed power supply 5V/2A

Mighty 5
5

Single regulated power supply (0-32)V/2A

Aplab 7
6

Dual fixed power supply 12V and 15V/2A

Aplab 2
7

Multimeter

Mastech 3
8

Dual trace oscilloscope

Aplab 7
9

Signal generator

Aplab 20
10

Digital Storage Oscilloscope

Aplab 1

 

List of Experiments

  1. Design and measurement of frequency response, signal handling capacity, input and output impedances of CE amplifier
  2. Design and measurement of frequency response, signal handling capacity, input and output impedances of Emitter follower
  3. Design and measurement of frequency response, signal handling capacity, input and output impedances of  common drain FET amplifier
  4. Design and measurement of frequency response, signal handling capacity, input and output impedances of cascade amplifier
  5. Design and measurement of frequency response, input and output impedances of Darlington pair
  6. Design and measurement of frequency response, input and output impedances of Cascode amplifier
  7. Differential amplifier
    1. Differential mode performance, Common mode performance and measurement of CMRR
  8. Bridge rectifier
    1. Determination of ripple factor for bridge rectifier with and without filters
  9. Voltage regulation characteristics of shunt, series and IC regulators

Electronics Circuits Lab-II

This laboratory course is an advanced extension of Electronics circuits lab-I. The students design advanced analog and pulse circuits. They construct the circuit and test them. This lab builds the confidence of the students to design the advanced electronic circuits. The students study the impact of various design parameters on the performance of the circuits using PSpice computer simulator.

List of Equipments

Sl. No Name of the Equipment Make Quantity
1

Capacitance box

Systems 2
2

Inductance box

Systems 1
3

Resistance box

Systems 6
4

Single regulated power supply (0-32)V/2A

Aplab 7
5

Multimeter

Mastech 3
6

Dual trace oscilloscope

Aplab 7
7

Signal generator

Aplab 15
8

Digital Storage Oscilloscope

Aplab 1

 

List of Experiments

  • Voltage series feedback amplifiers
  • Voltage shunt feedback amplifiers
  • Hartley oscillators
  • Colpitts oscillators
  • RC phase shift oscillators
  • Wein bridge oscillators
  • Clipper and clampers
  • UJT relaxation oscillator
  • Bistable multivibrator
  • Monostable and astable multivibrator
  • Bootstrap sweep generator
  • Schmitt trigger
  • Class A amplifier
  • Class B complementary symmetry power amplifier

Communication Lab - I

In Communication systems lab, there is a lot of scope for the students to study in detail about various types of Modulators and De-Modulators, Transceivers and Spectrum Analyzer along with the different types of Filters and their design and usage and also different types of Pulse Code Modulation (PCM) formats. Mathematical models are designed and simulated in MATLAB and perform the practical simulation using hardware kits in the lab.

The students construct and analyze circuits on basic analog communications like AM, FM, PAM, PWM, PPM. The students conduct experiments to understand the signals available at different stages of these communications and work them out by means of Multisim software.

List of Equipments

Sl. No. Name of the Equipment Make Quantity
1

Function Generator

Aplab 20
2

Decade Resistance Box

Uday Engg 5
3

Decade Inductance Box

Uday Engg 7
4

Decade Capacitance Box

Uday Engg 3
5

Dual channel oscilloscope

Aplab 15
6

Digital storage oscilloscope 60 MHz

Aplab 1
7

Digital storage oscilloscope 40 MHz

Aplab 3
8

LCR Q Meter

Aplab 1
9

Multimeter

Falcon 5
10

Dual Regulated Power supply

Aplab 25

 

List of Experiments

  1. AM modulator and demodulator
    1. To construct AM modulator and demodulator circuit and & to trace message, carrier, modulated and demodulated signal.
    2. To determine the modulation index of AM by classical method and trapezoidal method.
  2. FM modulator and demodulator
    1. To construct frequency modulator and demodulator circuit and to trace message, carrier, modulated and demodulated signal.
  3. Sample hold and PAM
    1. To construct sample and hold circuit and to trace the message and sample and hold signal.
    2. To construct PAM circuit and to trace the input and PAM signal.
  4. Pre-emphasis and De-emphasis
    1. To construct pre-emphasis and de-emphasis circuit and to determine frequency response.
  5. Tuned and wideband amplifiers
    1. To construct tuned and wideband amplifiers and to determine the frequency response.
  6. Frequency mixer and ring modulator
    1. To construct a frequency mixer and to test its operation.
    2. To construct a ring modulator and to trace the DSB-SC waveform.
  7. Simple and delayed AGC
    1. To construct simple and delayed with and without AGC circuit and to test its impact.
  8. PWM and PPM
    1. To construct PWM and PPM circuit and trace the output waveforms.
  9. TDM
    1. To construct TDM circuit and to trace the multiplexed and de-multiplexed waveform.
  10. Simulation of AM, FM, PAM, PWM and PPM
    1. To simulate AM modulator and demodulator using PSPICE/EWB and to trace the time domain and frequency domain signal.
    2. To simulate Direct and Indirect FM generation and detection using MATLAB and to trace the time domain and frequency domain waveform.
    3. To simulate PAM, PWM and PPM circuits using PSPICE/EWB and to trace the time domain signal.
    4. To simulate PAM, PWM and PPM using MATLAB and to trace the time domain and frequency domain waveform.
  11. Simulation of Pre-emphasis, De-emphasis, TDM and FDM
    1. To simulate TDM and FDM using PSPICE/EWB and to trace the multiplexed and de-multiplexed signal.
    2. To simulate Pre-emphasis and De-emphasis using PSPICE/EWB and to trace their characteristics.

Communication Laboratory - II

The objective is to familiarize the students with different methods available in digital communication like ASK, FSK, PSK, PCM, DM, CDMA techniques. Different digital modems are constructed and tested in the lab.

List of Equipments

Sl. No Name of the Equipment Make Quantity
1

ASK Modulator Kit

Lab Electronics 1
2

ASK Demodulator Kit

Lab Electronics 1
3

Analog signal sampling Kit

Lab Electronics 1
4

Dual Trace Oscilloscope

Aplab 13
5

Effect of noise other impairments on data transmission and compensation techniques

Labtech 1
6

Function Generator

Aplab 11
7

FSK Transmitter Kit

Lab Electronics 1
8

FSK Receiver Kit

Lab Electronics 1
9

Frequency modulation and demodulation Kit

Lab Electronics 1
10

Frequency division multiplexing and de multiplexing Kit

Lab Electronics 1
11

Delta modulation and demodulation  Kit

Lab Electronics 1
12

Digital coding system Kit

Lab Electronics 1
13

PSK Modulator and Demodulator Kit

Lab Electronics 1
14

Pulse Amplitude Modulation and Demodulation Kit

Lab Electronics 1
15

Pulse Code Modulation kit

Falcon 1
16

Pulse Code Demodulation kit

Falcon 1
17

Sample Hold Circuit Kit84

Mighty 1
18

TDM Pulse Amplitude Modulation and Demodulation kit

Mighty 1
19

TDM PCM Transmitter Kit

Lab Electronics 1
20

TDM PCM Receiver Kit

Lab Electronics 1
21

Pulse Position and Pulse Width Demodulation

Lab Electronics 1
22

Line coding and Decoding Trainer Kit

Lab Electronics 1
23

TDM Transmitter and Receiver Kit

Lab Electronics 1
24

PCM Transmitter and Receiver

Lab Electronics 2

 

List of Experiment

  1. Construct an Amplitude Shift Keying (ASK) modulator and demodulator circuit. Obtain the ASK modulated and demodulated waveforms.
  2. Construct a Frequency Shift Keying (FSK) modulator and demodulator circuit. Obtain the FSK modulated and demodulated waveforms.
  3. Construct a Binary Phase Shift Keying (BPSK) modulator and demodulator circuit. Obtain the BPSK modulated and demodulated waveforms.
  4. To study the different line coding techniques
    1. NRZ unipolar format
    2. NRZ polar format
    3. NRZ bipolar format and
    4. Manchester format.
  5. Construct a Pulse code modulator and demodulator circuit. Obtain the coded output for the given sine wave.
  6. Construct a Delta modulator and demodulator circuit. Obtain the coded output for the given sine wave.
  7. To design and construct DS-CDMA circuit and verify its operation. Obtain the DS-CDMA waveform.
  8. Construct a time division multiplexing circuit to combine two different data streams onto a single channel by assigning time slots to each. Obtain the TDM output.
  9. Construct a frequency synthesizer circuit using PLL for the given frequency. Obtain the synthesized waveform.
  10. Simulate BASK, BFSK and BPSK circuits using MATLAB. Obtain the time domain and frequency domain response of the above modulation schemes. Compare its bit error performance.
  11. Simulate M-ary ASK, FSK and PSK circuits for M = 2, 4,8,16 using MATLAB. Compare its bit error performance.
  12. Implementation of data encryption and decryption using MATLAB.

Communication Lab - III

The objective is to familiarize the students with microwave and optical communication Techniques/Technologies in microwave communication. The students study the operation and characteristics of microwave sources such as klystron and Gunn diodes, TEE junctions, load impedance and standing wave measurements, antenna gain and radiation pattern measurements. Optical communication deals with the study of the characteristics of the optical fibre and analog and digital fibre links using LED and LASER sources.

List of Equipments

Sl. No. Name of the Equipment Make Quantity
1

Microwave Benches

Sico 6
2

Compact Microwave Training system model:SX-9000,X-Band 8.2-12.4GHz

Sico 1
3

Compact Microwave Training system model:SX-9001,X-Band 8.2-12.4GHz

Sico 1
4

MHD Coupler 3dB XK-603

Sico 1
5

MHD Coupler 10dB XK-610

Sico 1
6

MHD Coupler 20dB XK-620

Sico 1
7

Magic Tee XE-350

Sico 1
8

E-Plane Tee XE-361

Sico 1
9

H-Plane Tee XE-365

Sico 1
10

T-Circulator XC-621

Sico 1
11

Y-Circulator XC-622

Sico 1
12

Phase Shifter XS-301

Sico 1
13

Multimeter

Mastech 3
14

Dual Fixed Power Supply ±15V/2A

Aplab 5
15

Singleower supply 0-32V/2A

Aplab 12
16

Digital Distortion Sine/Square Signal Generator

Aplab 2
17

Function Generator

Aplab 15
18

CRO Dual Trace 20MHz with CT

Aplab 12
19

100MHz 2 Channel CRO

Aplab 1
20

Fiber Optics Training Lab

Falcon 1
21

Fiber Optic analog link for plastic fiber

Falcon 2
22

Fiber Optic Digital Link for Plastic Fiber

Falcon 2
23

Fiber Optic Power Meter model

Falcon 1

  

List of Experiments

  1. Reflex Klystron characteristics
  2. Gunn diode characteristics
  3. Determination of VSWR and impedance of unknown load
  4. Radiation pattern measurement of antenna
  5. Dielectric constant measurements
  6. Characteristics of microwave components (Isolator, Circulator, E &H plane Tee)
  7. Characteristics of microwave components (Magic tee, Directional coupler)
  8. Study of optical fiber characteristics
    1. Frequency response
    2. Attenuation
    3. Coupling loss
    4. Numerical aperture
  9. Study of TDM using optical kit and establishment of a digital link
  10. Study of fiber fault characteristics using OTDR

Digital Circuits Design Lab

The Lab is associated with a compulsory disciplinary course and serves to consolidate fundamental concepts in the field of Digital Electronics. The objective is to impart knowledge of the basic tools for the design of digital circuits and to provide methods and procedures suitable for a variety of digital design applications.

The lab is intended for practicing the theoretical knowledge by designing and understanding basic logic gates, adder, subtractor, multiplexers, counters, encoder, decoder. A clear understanding between the combinational as well as sequential digital circuits is understood.

List of Equipments

Sl. No Equipment name Make Quantity
1

A-D converter kit

Mighty Electronics 1
2

Digital Lab Trainer-10BIT

Mighty Electronics 17
3

Digital Lab Trainer 20BIT

Mighty Electronics 2
4

D-A Converter Kit

Mighty Electronics 1
5

Digital IC Logic Trainer Kit

Mighty Electronics 4
6

Digital IC Power Supply (5V)

Aplab 2
7

Digital IC Function Tester

Aplab 1

List of Experiments

  1. Study of logic gates.
  2. Study and implementation of half-adder, full-adder, half-subtract or and full-subtract or
  3. Design and implementation of code converters
    1. BINARY to GRAY 
    2. GRAY to BINARY
  4. Design and implementation of code converters
    1. BINARY to EXCESS 3
    2. EXCESS 3 to BINARY
  5. Implementation of Boolean Functions using NAND / NOR Logic gates
  6. Study of Parity Generator
  7. Study Design of Encoder Multiplexers
  8. Study Design of Decoder DeMultiplexers
  9. Design and implementation of magnitude comparator
  10. Study of Flip Flops (RS, JK and D-types)
  11. Study of Shift Registers in various Mode of operation
  12. Design and implementation of Ring and Johnson Counters
  13. Construction and Verification of 4 bit Ripple Counter and Mod 10/Mod Ripple Counter
  14. Design and implementation of 3 bit Synchronous Up/Down Counter and BCD Counter
  15. Study of Memory Chips

System Design Using IC's Lab

The lab envisages to provide an insight into the design of simple digital and analog systems using standard IC`s like 741, 555 as building blocks to build adder, subtractor, integrator, differentiator, filters, multi vibrators. Students choose the appropriate IC’s and design the systems.

List of Equipments

Sl. No Equipment name Make Quantity
1

Dual Tracking Power Supply ±15V

Mighty Electronics 5
2

Dual Tracking Power Supply ±12V

Aplab 2
3

Dual Trace Oscilloscope (20MHz)

Scientific

7
4

Decade Capacitance Box

Systems 10
5

Decade Condenser Box

Systems 5
6

Decade Inductance Box

Systems 3
7

Decade Resistance Box

Systems 1
8

Decade Inductance Box

Systems 7
9

Regulated Single DC Power Supply (0-32V)

Aplab 12
10

Regulated DC Power Supply (0 -5 V)

Aplab 3
11

Preset DC Power Supply (0-12 V)

Aplab 2
12

Multimeter

Aplab 3
13

Function Generator

Aplab 9
14

LCRQ Meter

Scientific 1

 

List of Experiments

  1. Operational Amplifier Applications
    1. Inverting Amplifier, Non-Inverting Amplifier, Voltage Follower
  2. Operational Amplifier Applications
    1. Summer, Subtactor
  3. Differentiator Integrator
  4. Comparator Circuits
    1. Schmitt Trigger, Zero Crossing Detectors,Window Detector
  5. Monostable & Astable Multivibrator Using IC 741
  6. Active Filters
  7. Monostable & Astable Multivibrator Using  IC 555
  8. Digital to Analog Converter
    1. R-2RLadder DAC, Binary Weighted Resistor DAC
  9. Successive Approximation Type ADC
  10. Signal Converters
  11. Frequency Synthesizer
  12. Precision Rectifier
  13. Instrumentation Amplifier

Microprocessor & Microcontroller Laboratory

The lab helps to provide the depth knowledge about Microcontrollers and Micro processors architecture and it’s working. The 8085 and 8051 are taught to understand their use by means of performing basic arithmetic operations, analog to digital conversion, and digital to analog conversion using respective kits. It also provide about the interface with the peripheral devices to understand serial communication, LCD keypad interface and to control stepper motors using microcontrollers.

List of Equipments

Sl.No. Name of Equipment Make Quantity
1

8085 Microprocessor Trainer

ViMicro Systems 37
2

Microcontroller Trainer

ViMicro Systems 22
3

8086 Microprocessor Trainer

ViMicro Systems 05
4

Keyboard & Display Interface Board

ViMicro Systems 01
5

2 Channel DAC Interface

ViMicro Systems 01
6

DAC Interface Board

ViMicro Systems 05
7 8 Channel ADC Interface ViMicro Systems 05
8

ADC Interface Board

ViMicro Systems 05
9

8251 & 8253 Interface Board

ViMicro Systems 05
10

Stepper Motor Interface with Motor(2 Kg)

ViMicro Systems 05

11

Programmable Interrupt Controller Interface ViMicro Systems 05
12

Interfacing of switches and display Devices

ViMicro Systems 05
13

DMA Controller Interface

ViMicro Systems 03
14

20 MHz Analog Dual Trace CRO

ViMicro Systems 02
15

Multimeter

ViMicro Systems 02
16

Traffic light Controller

ViMicro Systems 03
17

Device programmer for ATMEL 89CXX Microcontroller Topview

ViMicro Systems 1
18

‘C’Compiler for 8051 including assembler, linker, IDE simulator

ViMicro Systems 1
9

PIC MC kit model: EASY PIC 3
Graphic LCD 128×64 dots

ViMicro Systems 1
20

Microcontroller kit with application

SMVEC 26

 

List of Experiments

Experiments based on 8085 Microprocessor

  1. 8 bit and 16 bit Arithmetic Operations
  2. Array operations
  3. Bit Manipulation operations
  4. Code conversions
  5. Subroutines
  6. Digital Clock simulation
  7. Block operations

Experiments based on 8051/PIC microcontroller

  1. LCD interface
  2. ADC /DAC interface
  3. Stepper motor interface
  4. Serial communication (kit-to-kit and/or pc-to-kit)
  5. Watch dog timer
  6. Real-time clock
  7. Printer interfacing
  8. Water level indicator
  9. Traffic light controller
  10. Elevator simulation
  11. Pulse width modulation
  12. Interfacing of relay switches

Advanced Communication Lab

The lab is an advancement of the communication where the students perform experiments using advanced equipments such as the network analyzer, spectrum analyzer GPS Trainer and RCA (Radio Communication Analyzer).

List of Equipments

Sl. No. Name of the Equipment Make Quantity
1

DSP starter Kit based on TMS 320C5402

Texas Instruments 2
2

DSP starter kit based on TMS 320C6711

Texas Instruments 3
3

DSP trainer kit based on TMS 320C50

Texas Instruments 2
4

Spectrum analyzer

Hameg 1
5

Computer

Mastermind 4
6

Digital Storage Oscilloscope

Tektronix 1
7

RF Receiver Building Module

Vimicro Systems 1
8

Antenna Trainer Kit

Vimicro Systems 1
9

RF Signal source (VRFT-03B)

ViMicro Systems 1
10

Network Analyser

Agilent 1
11

Function Generator 20 MHz

Agilent 6
12

Advance Fiber Optic Communication Trainer Kit

Falcon 2
13

GSM Mobile Communication Training Kit

Falcon 1
14

SAT COMM-03 Satellite Communication Training System

Falcon 1
15

GPS Technology

Falcon 1
16

Digital Storage Oscilloscope 60MHz

Textronix 1
17

B Link ISDN Training System

Falcon 1
18

ADSP 2181 Kit

SANDS Make 2
19

ADSP TMS 320C6713 DSP Kit

SANDS Make 2
20

Digital Storage Oscilloscope

Tektronix 7
21

Transmission Line Analyzer

Falcon 1

 

List of Experiments

  1. Study of Microwave Communication Systems.
  2. Spectral Analysis of Several Modulation Using Spectrum Analyzer.
  3. Measurement of S/N and C/N Using Satellite Link Design
  4. PC to PC Communication Link
  5. Study of GPS Trainer Module
  6. Radiation Pattern of Antennas
  7. Transmission Line I and II
  8. Design of Folded Dipole Using Spectrum Analyzer
  9. Testing of Filters Using Network Analyzer
  10. Measurement of Eye Pattern and BER
  11. Study of Optical Fiber Events Using Optical Time Domain Reflectometer
  12. Satellite Link, Optical Link design Using MATLAB

Networks and Transmission Lines Lab

Different types of network elements like filters, attenuators and equalizers are constructed and tested to understand their working principles in time and frequency domains. Prototype transmission lines are analyzed to understand their time and frequency behavior.

List of Equipments

Sl. No Name of the Equipment Make Quantity
1

Spectrum Analyzer GSP810

Gwinstek 1
2

Function Generator

Gwinstek 12
3

30 MHz Oscilloscope GOS-630FC

Gwinstek 5
4

Decade Inductance Box (100mH-10H)

Prosol 10
5

Decade Capacitance Box (10pf-10MFD)

Prosol 10
6

Decade Resistance Box (10-10M)

Prosol 10
7

Dual Regulated Power Supply (0-32, 2A)

Prosol 10
8

Digital L.C.R.Q.Bridge

Scientific 2
9

40 MHz Digital Storage Oscilloscope

Scientific 7
10

Transmission Line Analyzer

Labteck 1

 

List of Experiments

  1. Design of k type Low pass and high pass filters
    1. Frequency and phase response of the Low pass filter using Lumped elements.
    2. Frequency and phase response of the High pass filter using Lumped elements.
  2. Design of k type Band pass and Band stop filters
    1. Frequency and phase response of the Band pass filter using Lumped elements.
    2. Frequency and phase response of the Band stop and notch filter using Lumped elements.
  3. Design of m derived filters
    1. Frequency and phase response of the m derived low pass filter.
    2. Frequency and phase response of the m derived high pass filter.
  4. Simulation of filters
    1. Design of LPF/HPF/BPF/BEF, T/π, constant - k/m derived /composite for the given cutoff frequency using MATLAB - phase and frequency response.
  5. Design of switched Twin T network.
  6. Frequency and phase response of a Twin T network.
  7. Characteristics of Attenuators and Equalizers
    1. Measurement of attenuation of a transmission line for various lengths (like 25, 50, 75, 100 meters) - frequency response of the line at a fixed length.
    2. Study of frequency response of an equalizer that can boost or attenuate frequencies 50Hz, 1 KHz and 10 kHz.
  8. Simulation of equalizer
    1. Design of an attenuator/phase equalizer and obtain the relevant responses.
  9. Impedance (Z) and ABCD Parameters of a transmission line
  10. Measurement of Z parameters of a transmission line constructed using Lumped elements.
  11. Measurement of ABCD parameters of a transmission line constructed using Lumped elements.
  12. Design of LC resonant circuit
    1. Frequency response – measurement of quality factor of a LC resonant circuit.
  13. Characteristics of a low-loss transmission line
    1. Measurement of characteristic impedance of the twin pair transmission line.
    2. Measurement of capacitance and inductance per unit length of a coaxial cable.
    3. Measurement of voltage reflection coefficient and voltage standing wave ratio of a twin pair using VSWR meter.
  14. Impedance matching on transmission line
    1. Maximizing the power across a given load connected to a twin pair transmission line using a single stub and smith chart analysis.
    2. Maximizing the power across a given load connected to a twin pair transmission line using a double stub and smith char.

Computer Networks Laboratory

The lab provides the knowledge about networking components and communication protocols.

List of Equipments

Sl. No Name of the Equipment Make Quantity
1

Intel core 2 duo 2.80GHz, 2 GB RAM, 160gb HDD, keyboard, Mouse, LCD

HP 60
2

24 Port 10/100 Switch

Procurve 1
3

Wipro HQ 1070+ DX


1
4

Data Communication Trainer

Falcon 1
5

VLSI Trainer / Evaluation Kit

Silicon Micro Systems 1

FPGA – CPLD device modules compatible with SIMS UVLSI

6

General Purpose Integrated Interface Module

5
6

VLSI Design Software

Xilinx 5

Network Simulator software

Silicon Micro Systems 1

Local Area Network Trainer Kit

Prosol 2
7

Multisim V10 (25 Users)

National Instruments 1

 

List of Experiments

  1. Simulation of ON-OFF and voice traffic model
      a. To simulate the ON-off traffic model and plot the following waveform
    1. User numbers Vs ON period.
    2. Time slot Vs number of users.
    3. Time slot Vs bandwidth allotted.
    b. To simulate voice traffic model and obtain
    1. Time slot Vs bandwidth plot.
    2. Time slot Vs error plot.
    3. Average error rate.
    4. The optimum buffer size for which error rate will be less than stipulated value.
  2. Simulation of data traffic and video traffic model
      a. To simulate the data traffic and multiple rate video traffic for multiple users and to obtain
    1. Time slot Vs bandwidth plot.
    2. Time slot Vs BER plot.
    3. The optimum buffer size for which error rate will be less than stipulated value.
  3. Simulation of ISDN traffic model
      a. To simulate the ISDN traffic model for multiple users and to obtain
    1. Time slot VS bandwidth plot.
    2. Time slot Vs BER plot.
    3. Time slot Vs un-served video user.
    4. Time slot Vs un-served data user.
  4. PN sequence generation and testing
      a. To generate maximal and non maximal length PN sequence and test its randomness properties.
  5. M/M/I queuing model
      a. To simulate M/M/I queuing model and obtain
    1. Time slot Vs packet loss plot.
    2. Maximum and average packet loss without buffer.
    3. Buffer size for the given loss.
    4. Maximum and average packet loss with buffer.
      b. M/G/I and G/G/I queuing model.
    1. To simulate a M/G/I and G/G/I queuing model and obtain
    2. Time slot Vs packet loss plot.
    3. Maximum average packet loss without buffer.
    4. Buffer size for the given loss.
    5. Maximum and average packet loss with buffer.
  6. Encryption and decryption
      a. To simulate and test the following encryption and decryption algorithm.
    1. Mono alphabetic cipher- caeser cipher.
    2. Poly alphabetic cipher- Trithemius key, Vigenere key, Vigenere plain and cipher key.
    3. RSA with and without digital signature.
  7. Flow control
      a. To simulate and test
    1. Stop and wait protocol
    2. Go back N protocol
    3. Selective repeat protocol
  8. Error control protocol
      a. To simulate and test
    1. Cyclic redundancy check
    2. Hamming code
    1. To simulate and test
    2. Shortest path routing algorithm
    3. Hierarchical routing algorithm
  9. Generation of PDF
      a. To study, generate and trace the following PDF
    1. Gaussian distribution v. Binomial distribution
    2. Uniform distribution vi. Negative binomial distribution
    3. Exponential distribution vii. Gamma distribution
    4. Rayleigh distribution viii. Poisson distribution
  10. Wireless LAN
      a. To establish wireless LAN test bed (or) wireless LAN environment and perform
    1. Uni-cast
    2. Multicast
    3. File transfer protocol

Embedded Systems Laboratory

The lab provides the wide knowledge in embedded processors such as 8051, PIC and ARM. Students will work in real time applications like water level indicator, PC Communication, etc...

List of Equipments

Sl. No Name of the kit Make Quantity
1

8051 Trainer Kit

ViMicro Systems 5
2

Hot chamber controller

ViMicro Systems 2
3

Lamp controller

ViMicro Systems 2
4

Obstacle detector through ultra sonic

ViMicro Systems 2
5

PC Communication and Remote control through FM link

ViMicro Systems 2
6

Sprinkler Controller

ViMicro Systems 1
7

Temperature sensor

ViMicro Systems 2
8

Water pump controller level control & measurement module

ViMicro Systems 1
9

Water pump controller level control & measurement module

ViMicro Systems 1

 

List of Experiments

  1. Water Level Controller
  2. PC Communication
  3. RF Communication
  4. Digital Clock
  5. Voltage Measurement
  6. Temperature Measurement
  7. Sprinkler Controller
  8. Lamp Controller
  9. Hot Chamber Controller
  10. Obstacle Detector Using Ultrasonic

Project Laboratory

The project laboratories cater to the needs of the students and faculty who are interested to do research work, PG, UG projects and mini projects. The project lab having the following facilities are given below. The department has well equipped and spacious laboratories. The equipments and experiments performed are in trend with the industrial needs.

  • The equipments and components used in the laboratories assist the students (UG and PG) to do their innovative ideas as mini and major projects.
  • The PC’s in the laboratories are equipped with recent and high end licensed software tools that enables the students generate simulation test results with which the hardware projects are implemented.
  • The department has both Hardware and Simulation Laboratories exclusively.

The available software is

Sl.No Name of the Facilities Utilization
1. Matlab licensed version software and DSP kits in DSP lab – 25 user UG/PG students, Research Scholars and Faculty members utilize for their mini projects, major projects, and research activities.
2. Keil micro vision 3 free version software tool and Microcontroller 8051, MSP 430 kit in Microcontroller Lab UG/PG students, Research Scholars and Faculty members utilize for their mini projects, projects, and research activities
3. Xilinx free version software for designing and verifying codes of digital logic. UG/PG students, Research Scholars and Faculty members utilize for their mini projects, projects, and research activities
4. P-Spice software for implementation of power circuits. UG/PG students, Research Scholars and Faculty members utilize for their mini projects, projects, and research activities
5. Lab view license software for 50 users UG/PG students, Research Scholars and Faculty members utilize for their mini projects, projects, and research activities
6. LCD Projector, PC system, software, wireless audio systems. UG/PG students, Research Scholars and Faculty members utilize for their mini projects, projects, and research activities presentation.

 

The available hardware details are

Sl.No
Equipments with specification Quantity
1. Spectrum analyzer 1 GHz with TG HM 5014 1
2. Link –B Advance Fiber Optic Communication Trainer Kit 1
3. Network analyzer 1.5GHz 1
4. SAT COMM-03 Satellite Communication Training System 1
5. Raspberry pi(A,B,1.0,2.0) 3
6. Arduino (Nano,Uno) 6
7. GPS and GSM(900 A) 4,4
8. Zibee 3
9. Wi-Fi(ESP8266) 5
10. Electronic Sensors (Temperature Sensor, IR Sensor, Ultrasonic Sensor, Touch Sensor, Proximity Sensors, Pressure Sensor, Level Sensors, Smoke and Gas Sensors.) Each 3