Electronics and Communication Engineering – Labs


Power Electronics / Micro Controller Lab

The Power  Electronics  Lab
 has 24 bench top setups and can accommodate 30 students at a time.It   contains setup for
AC regulator using TRIAC and DIAC combination, Contains setup for induction motor and IGBT bridge
inverter,It  also contains triggering kits, controller kits (single phase) inverter kits
and motor kits.Talented faculties and Instructors with
good experience are present to guide the students.


The HDL Lab is equipped with
30 systems loaded with the Xilinx 9.1i version software required for execution of programs..
The Lab  comprises 12 Hardware kits equipped with Spartan 3 family FPGA Daughter boards and on-board
LCD, Seven segment and keyboard matrix. The Lab also comprises of  various interfacing boards such
experiments as prescribed by the Visevesvaraya Technological University. Apart from the Lab
experiments there are kits also available for  the students
to perform their  Academic projects in Field
programmable Gate Array(FPGA).

Microprocessor/DSP /VLSI Lab

The study of Digital signal processing
is a rapidly growing area as everything we use in day to day life turns  to digital.
The DSP Lab provides the facility for the implementation of signal processing operations such as
Discrete Fourier Transform(DFT), Inverse Discrete Fourier Transform (IDFT), Sampling Theorem,
Convolution Theorm, Correlation, Infinite Impulse Response Filters(IIR) and
Finite Impulse Response filters(FIR).The Lab is equipped with 30 systems, MATLAB software, TMS320c6713 DSP kits
for hardware implementation.  The VLSI lab is well-equipped with 30 systems along with high-end
software tools and packages for VLSI design
and synthesis namely Menta Graphics,Xilinx ISE
Foundation Software and XUP Spartan – 3E Starter Kits.

 Microprocessor Lab
 Analog Electronics Circuits /Logic Design Lab

The main objective of the course is to provide the necessary basic knowledge and abilities that are
required for the application and the design of (basic) analog electronic circuits. The emphasis is on the analysis
of primary functional blocks. The student can understand the working principle of the most common analog basic
components and building blocks, with a view to the practical
use and to the integration of these basic components and building blocks into
a larger circuit or network, This Lab provides practical application about  given analog electronic circuit,
able to identify, explain the qualities and limitations of analog basic components and building blocks (saturation, nonlinear
behavior, finite bandwidth, response time, stability.),to access  the input/output and the frequency
behavior of analog electronic circuits through a qualitative as well as a quantitative analysis
The major equipment’s utilized are cathode ray oscilloscope (CRO),function generators,
regulated power supply,ammeters,voltmeters,digital multimeters.