Departmental Laboratories

Digital System Design Lab:
The motive of this lab is to make students learn how to analyze and design digital circuits. A coordinated laboratory forms an integral part of this course to provide verification of the theoretical design and analysis of the digital circuits. Students are also made aware of the capabilities and limitations of simulation through the use of the PSpice simulator, Orcad and Proteus VSM 6.0.

Communication Systems Lab:
Communication lab is the leading and emerging subject to provide practical quality and reliable education to students which includes practical’s related to digital communication, analog communication, fiber optics, telecommunications etc.


Microprocessor & Microcontroller Lab:
These two form the heart of any processing device as computer, mobile phones, PDA etc. The lab is intended to make the students learn the architecture, programming and interfacing of these devices. The lab lays down a strong foundation on which the students develop the projects. We have a XELTEK universal programmer to program the ICs.

VLSI lab allows the theoretical concepts studied as part of subjects CMOS VLSI Design, Microelectronics Circuits and HDL, to experience in practical with the help of Cadence tool framework.

Power Electronics Lab:
Power electronics is interdisciplinary in nature & is used in a variety of industries. To make students familiar with the various devices used in the industry, this lab is of great help. The lab provides opportunity to explore the characteristics of various devices and learn their use in sophisticated devices.

The Electrical Lab:
The Electrical Lab is well equipped and cater the needs of students according to the syllabus. Electrical Technology focuses on the understanding and the application of electrical and electronic principles and the technological processes, inherent in the production of products, services and systems in order to improve the quality of life. The Electrical & Electronics engineering is a very broad field, ranging from all aspects of information processing, power production and power distribution.