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1. Analog Communication Lab
Objectives

  Analog communication lab is a part of curriculum for III year B.Tech students.

  Enrich the students in latest advancements in Analog communications.

  Conduct the experiments as specified by JNTUH.

Outcomes

  Students get hands on experience while working on bread board and making a prototype of Analog Communication Circuits.

  Students are also facilitated for Research and development activities in this lab through different concepts like Frequency Modulation and Demodulation, Phase Locked Loop , Single Side Band, RF Generator.

Equipment Details

   1. Amplitude modulator

   2.Balance modulator

   3. Frequency Modulator

   4. Phase Locked Loop

   5. Single Side Band

   6. RF Generator

2. Digital Communication Lab
Objectives

  Digital communication lab is a part of curriculum for III year B.Tech students.

  Enrich the students in latest advancements in Digital communications.

  Conduct the experiments as specified by JNTUH.

Outcomes

   Students get hands on experience while working on bread board and making a prototype of Analog communication Circuits.

   Students are also facilitated for Research and development activities in this lab through different concepts like Analog signal sampling and reconstruction, etc..

Equipments

   Differential pulse code modulation.

   Differential phase shift keying

   Delta modulation

   Frequency shift keying

   Pulse amplitude modulation and demodulation

   QAM

   QPSK

   TDM

   FDM

   OFDM

3. Microwave and Digital Communication Lab
Objectives

  Microwave and digital communication lab is a part of curriculum for IV year B.Tech students.

  Enrich the students in latest advancements in Microwave Engineering and Digital communications.

  Conduct the experiments as specified by JNTUH.

Outcomes

   Students get hands on experience of working on Microwave components and digital communication circuits.

   Students are also facilitated for Research and Development activities with various Microwave components.

Equipments

   Gunn oscillator.

   Cooling fans

   Detector mount

   Directional coupler

   E-Plane tee

   E-H tuner with micrometer

   E-Sectorial horn

   Frequency Meter

   Gunn oscillator micrometer Type

   Gunn power supply (for Gunn and pin)

   H-plane tee

   H-sectorial horn

   Isolator

   Klystron power supply

   Klystron 2k25 tube

   Klystron mount

4. IC & PDC Lab
Objectives

  EDC/Linear IC lab is a part of curriculum for B.Tech students.

  Enrich the students in latest advancements in Electronics and Circuit Devices with analysis of their characteristics .

  Conduct the experiments as specified by JNTUH.

Outcomes

  Students get hands on experience while working on bread board and making a schematic layout for new application Oriented Circuits.

   The labs dealing in the areas of Electronic devices and circuits and Linear IC applications are fully equipped with high quality test equipment’s. The basic knowledge of electronic circuitry is imparted with special care to ensure that student get the fundamental knowledge.

Equipments

   Amplifiers

   SCR

   CRO

   RPS

5. DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING Lab
Objectives:

  To Calculate and Plot DFT/IDFT of given signal.

  To Plot Magnitude and Phase of FIR and IIR Filters for a given sequence.

  To Implement Decimation and Interpolation Process of any given sequence.

  To Plot Frequency Response of a given LTI System.

Outcomes

  Understand the different discrete time systems and signals.

  To analyze observe and Simulate different type of digital systems .

  Design and implementation of various digital and analog filters for real time applications .

  Apply the digital processing unit in military and defense application.

Equipment Details

   DSP STARTER KITS

   Dell Opti plex 3060 Mini Tower, 3.9 Giga Hertz processor, 4 GB RAM, with 1 Tera Byte Hard Disk

   Matlab software latest version 2018

   Ubuntu 16.04 L.T.S Operating System

 
6. MICROPROCESSORS & MICROCONTROLLERS Lab
Objectives:

  Develop of assembly and/or C level programs and providing the basics of the microprocessor and microcontroller.

  Interfacing the external devices to the microprocessor and microcontroller according to the user requirements to create novel products and solutions for the real - time problems.

  Assist the students with an academic environment aware of excellence guidelines and foster lifelong learning needed for a successful professional carrier.

Outcomes

  Create a template program, compile it, and then build the executable file.

  Examine the effects of executing many of the 8086 and 8051 instructions by tracing the execution of a program in MASM and Keil for microprocessor and microcontroller respectively.

  Write their own program in assembly language for 8085 and 8051 .

  Apply their programming knowledge (assembly and C) for real time applications.

Equipment Details

   MicroController Trainer Kit-8051

   MicroProcessor Trainer Kit-8086

   Micro processor simulation Software

   Microprocessor simulation Software(MASM)

   Computers (P-IV or better)

   7 Segments interfacing kit

   Stepper Motor Interface

   Traffic Light controller interfacing to 8086

   Elevator Interface

   Tone Generator interfacing to 8086

   Inter Facing ADC and DAC to 8086

   SARM and DRAM interfacing to 8086

   Digital Key- interfacing to 8086

 
7. DIGITAL IC APPLICATIONS Lab
Outcomes

  Design encoder, Comparator and Multiplexer .

  Plot the transform characteristics of 74H,LS, HS series IC.

  Designing shift registers, and counters using shift registers.

Equipment Details

   16 x 4 priority encoder using two 8 x 3 priority encoder

   16 bit comparator using 4 bit Comparators

   Mod 53 counter using two decade counters

   450 KHz clock using NAND / NOR gates

   4 bit pseudo random sequence generator using 4 –bit ring counter.

   16 x 1 multiplexer using 8 x 1 multiplexer

   16 bit Adder / Subtractor using 4 –bit Adder / Subtractor IC’s

   4 –bit Gray to Binary and Binary to Gray Converter

   8 bit parallel load and serial out shift register using two 4 bit shift register

   8 bit Serial in and serial out shift register using two 4 bit shift register

   8 bit parallel load and serial out shift register using two 4 bit shift register

   4 digit hex counter using synchronous one digit hex counters

   4 digit hex counter using Asynchronous one digit hex counters

   4 Bit bidirectional universal shift register

   4 Bit magnitude comparator

   Decade counter and binary counter trainer kit

   3 to 8 decoder using 74138

 
8. BASIC SIMULATION / ECA - LAB
Objectives:

   To Observe the Complete Response of R-C and R-L-C Transient Circuits.

   To Observe Clippers, Clampers, Switching Characteristics of Transistors And Sampling Gates.

   To Construct Various Multi vibrators Using Transistors, Design Of Sweep Circuits And Sampling Gates

   To Discuss And Realize Logic Gates Using Diodes And Transistors.

Outcomes

   Understand the applications of diode as integrator, differentiator, clippers, clamper circuits.

   Learn various switching devices such as diode, transistor, SCR. Difference between logic gates and sampling gates.

   Design multi vibrators for various applications, synchronization techniques and sweep circuits.

   Realizing logic gates using diodes and transistors.

Equipment Details

   Dell Opti plex 3060 Mini Tower, 3.9 Giga Hertz processor, 4 GB RAM, with 1 Tera Byte Hard Disk

   Matlab Software

  ORCAD/OPEN SOURCE

 
9. LINEAR IC APPLICATION LAB
Outcomes

  1.Acquire a basic knowledge of ICs.

  2. Develop the ability to analyze and design various linear Ic applications.

Equipment Details

  CRO

  RPS

   Function Generator

  Bread Board

  IC 741C,IC 555,IC 565,IC723

  Schmitt Trigger

   Voltage Controlled Oscillator

   Operational Amplifier

  LPF & HPF

 
10. Analog Electronics Lab
Outcomes

  1Acquire a basic knowledge in solid state electronics including diodes, MOSFET, BJT, and operational amplifier.

  2.Develop the ability to analyze and design analog electronic circuits using discrete components.

  3. Observe the amplitude and frequency responses of common amplification circuits..

  4. Design, construct, and take measurement of various analog circuits to compare experimental Results in the laboratory with theoretical analysis.

Equipment Details

  CRO

  Function generator

  Tuned Voltage Amplifier Trainer Kit

  Tuned RF Amplifier Trainer Kit

  Trainer Kit Power Amplifier(CLASS-A)

  Schmitt Trigger

  Trainer Kit Power Amplifier(CLASS-B)

  Trainer Kit Power Amplifier(CLASS-C)

 
11. ELECTRONICS DEVICES AND CIRCUITS /ECA
Outcomes

  1.Acquire a basic knowledge in solid state electronics including diodes, MOSFET, BJT, and operational amplifier.

  2.Develop the ability to analyze and design analog electronic circuits using discrete components.

  3Observe the amplitude and frequency responses of common amplification circuits.

  4. Design, construct, and take measurement of various analog circuits to compare experimental results in the laboratory with theoretical analysis

Equipment Details

  CRO

  Function generator

  RPS

  Decade resistance box

  Digital multimeter

  Bread Board

  Voltmeter

  Ammeter

  Class _A Amplifier

  Tune Amplifier

  Hartley Colpitts

  SweepCircuit

 
12. Basic Electrical and Electronics Engineering Lab
Objectives:

   To introduce the concepts of electrical circuits and its components.

   To understand magnetic circuits, DC circuits and AC single phase & three phase circuits.

   To study and understand the different types of DC/AC machines and Transformers

   To import the knowledge of various electrical installations.

   To introduce the concept of power, power factor and its improvement.

   To introduce the concepts of diodes & transistors.

   To impart the knowledge of various configurations, characteristics and applications.

Outcomes

   To analyze and solve electrical circuits using network laws and theorems.

   To understand and analyze basic Electric and Magnetic circuits.

   To study the working principles of Electrical Machines.

   To introduce components of Low Voltage Electrical Installations.

   To identify and characterize diodes and various types of transistors.

Equipment Details

   CRO

   Multi-Meters

   Function Generator

   Regulated Power

   FET, CE, CB Amplifier

 
13. Analog and Digital Electronics Lab
Objectives:

   To introduce components such as diodes, BJTs and FETs.

   To know the applications of components.

   To give understanding of various types of amplifier circuits.

   To learn basic techniques for the design of digital circuits and fundamental concepts used in the design of digital systems.

   To understand the concepts of combinational logic circuits and sequential circuits.

Outcomes

Upon completion of the Course, the students will be able to:

   Know the characteristics of various components.

   Understand the utilization of components.

   Design and analyze small signal amplifier circuits.

   Postulates of Boolean algebra and to minimize combinational functions.

   Design and Analyze combinational and sequential circuits 6. Known about the logic families and realization of logic gates.

Equipment Details

   CRO

   Function Generator

   PNP, NPN Transistors

   BJT, FET

   Bread Board

 
14. Digital System Design Lab
Objectives:

   To understand common forms of number representation in logic circuits.

   To learn basic techniques for the design of digital circuits and fundamental concepts used in the design of digital systems.

   To understand the concepts of combinational logic circuits and sequential circuits.

   To understand the Realization of Logic Gates Using Diodes & Transistors.

Outcomes

Upon completion of the Course, the students will be able to:

   Understand the numerical information in different forms and Boolean Algebra theorems, Postulates of Boolean algebra and to minimize combinational functions.

   Design and analyze combinational and sequential circuit.

   Know about the logic families and realization of logic gates.

Equipment Details

   4 – bit gray to Binary and Binary to Gray Converter.

   4- bit pseudo random sequence generator using logic gates.

   8 bit parallel load and serial out shift register using flip-flop.

   IC'S for Logic Gates

   2-bit comparator

   8x1 using 2x1 MUX

   8-bit parallel load and serial out shift register using flip-flop

   4-bit pseudo random sequence generator using logic gates

   NAND / NOR gates KIT

 
15. M.Tech: VLSI & ECAD LAB
Outcomes

  To learn the HDL Programming Language.

  To learn the simulation of the basic gates using the HDL Progamming language

  To learn the simulation of combinational circuits using programming language

  To learn the simulation of sequential circuits using programming language

  To learn the synthesis and lay out of analog and digital COMS circuits

  To develop an ability to simulate the synthesize various digital circuits

Equipment Details

  Hardware Components: 30 Number of Dell Opti plex 3060 Mini Tower, 3.9 Giga Hertz processor, 4 GB RAM, with 1 Tera Byte Hard Disk

  Mentor graphics frontend & backend

  FPGA Board FPGA

 
16. M.Tech: Embedded System Lab
Objectives

  To study the concepts of Architecture and Assembly language programming of ARMProcessor..

  To study the concepts of Architectural Support for High level language and memory hierarchy.

  To study the concepts of Architectural support for system Development and Operating system

Outcomes

  Analyze various types of coprocessors and design suitable co-processor interface to ARM processor.

  Analyze floating point processor architecture and its architectural support for higher level language..

  Identify the architectural support of ARM for operating system and analyze the function of memory Management unit of ARM

Equipment Details

  Number of Dell Opti plex 3060 Mini Tower, 3.9 Giga Hertz processor, 4 GB RAM, with 1 Tera Byte Hard Disk

  8051 Micro controller development board

  ARM Development Board

 
17. M.Tech: Wireless Communications and Networks Lab
Objectives:

   To design and simulate various network Mechanisms.

   To analyze the different network Protocols.

Outcomes

Upon completion of the Course, the students will be able to:

   Design and simulate various network Topologies.

   Study various Network Protocols.

Equipment Details

   Intel based desktop PC with minimum of 166 MHZ or faster processor with at least 2GB RAM and 500 GB free disk space.

   NS-2/3 and related network simulators.

   OFDM