The antenna laboratory includes several RF sources, spectrum analyzers, network analyzers, and other measuring devices.. The lab also provides licensed software’s such as NI AWR Microwave Office, ANSYS HFSS, Matlab for design and simulation of RF Circuits, antenna design and System Model Simulation for Communication Systems. This lab extends its facility to research scholars, interns and also course lab for projects. Main research areas include RF antennas, Radar Communication and Cognitive radio.
Thrust Areas of Research : RF Antennas, RADAR Communication, Cognitive Radio
Under Graduate Projects
- Design and Simulation of for Equal and Unequal Wilkinson Power divider topologies - April 2017
- Yagi- Uda Patch antenna for mmWave beamforming using NI AWR DE - April 2017
- Anti-jamming Performance of Monopulse Radar Receiver using NI AWR DE - April 2017
Post Graduate Projects
- Design and Simulation of Dual band Dual antenna for LTE Tablet Computer Application - April 2018
Lab in-charge : S Merlin Gilbert Raj, Asst. Prof
Lab Assistant : D Jeyachandran, Senior Grade II
Area of Lab: 172.43 Sq. Metre
No of Desktop Computers: 16
Details of Desktop Computers Available
- HP Compaq DX2480: Intel processor core2 DUO: 4GB RAM: 32 bit OS
- Lenovo Think Centre M72E: Intel processor core i5:4GB RAM: 32 BIT OS
- Dell 3046: Intel Core i3 6th Gen: 4 GB RAM; 64 bit OS, Intel core i7; 4GB RAM; 64 bit OS
- Microsoft windows 7 professional
- Microsoft windows 10
Engineering Application Software Details
- MPLAB (16F877A PIC MICROCONTROLLER)
- KEIL µVision 5 (ARM & 89V51 DEVELOPMENT BOARD)
- Internet connection available to: 27 systems
- Audio visual facility: LCD projector
Microprocessor Laboratory is equipped with ARM based NXP Microcontroller, 8051 based NXP Microcontroller, various interfacing devices, Embedded developments boards, Keil software [supports ARM microprocessors and microcontrollers, 8051 microcontrollers] and Proteus software [simulates 8051 microcontrollers based system]
The Lab has been established to provide training to students, Academic professionals and practicing engineers and offer customized solutions in the area of embedded systems. The students do many experiments and projects related to the subjects – Microprocessors, Microcontrollers and embedded systems.
Lab in-charge : Mr. J. John Paul M.E., (Ph.D)./p>
Supporting Staff : Mr. Arul Raj Kumar DECE.
INTEGRATED CIRCUITS LAB
A comprehensive undergraduate engineering program must provide opportunities for the application of theoretical concepts to the solution of realistic engineering problems. The Linear Integrated Cicuits Lab introduces the concept and application of operational amplifiers. Laboratory assignments clarify textbook formulas and examples, as well as help to close the gap between theory and real-life problems.
The Digital Logic Lab is where the 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.
Digital Integrated Circuits Trainers, Cathode Ray Oscilloscopes, Function Generators, Integrated Circuits Testers, Multi-meters, Regulated Power Supplies etc.
Faculty in Charge: Dr.J.Anitha
Staff in Charge: Mr.Jeyaseelan
Overview of Laboratory Experiments:
The experiments are designed to compliment and reinforce the lecture material throughout the semester.
LINEAR INTEGRATED CIRCUITS LAB
- To design basic circuits using IC741.
- To design different multi vibrators and oscillators using IC741 and IC555
- The students design basic circuits using IC741.
- The students design different multi vibrators and oscillators using IC741 and IC555
List of Experiments
- Design of Inverting and Non Inverting Amplifier
- Basic Applications of IC741: Adder,Subtractor,Adder-Subtractor
- Design of Integrator and Differentiator
- Astable Multivibrator using Op-Amp
- Monostable Multivibrator using Op-Amp
- Design of Active filters(LPF,HPF) using Op-Amp
- Design of RC Phase Shift Oscillator using Op-Amp
- Design of Wein's Bridge Oscillator using Op-Amp
- Design of Astable Multivibrator using IC 555 Timer
- Design of Schmitt Trigger using IC 555 Timer
- Simulation of Active lowpass, Highpass and Bandpass filters using PSpice
- Simulation of Astable Multivibrator using PSpice
DIGITAL ELECTRONICS EXPERIMENTS:
- To learn the basic characteristics of all logic gates.
- To design combinational circuits.
- To design sequential circuits.
- The student understands the basic characteristics of all logic gates.
- The student is able to design combinational circuits.
- The student is able to design sequential circuits.
List of Experiments
- Verification of Logic gates
- Realization of Logic gates using Universal gates
- Multiplexer and Demultiplexer
- Encoder and Decoder
- Parity generator and checker
- Code converters
- Magnitude comparator
- Shift registers
This is our busiest set of laboratories, in terms of utilization. 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.
All basic electronic devices and their characteristics, applications can be studied. Using these devices, the small electronic circuits and mini projects 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 multi meters. 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.