B. Tech courses in Electronics and Communication EngineeringMarian Engineering College Kazhakuttom
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B. Tech courses in Electronics and Communication Engineering
The department of Electronics and Communication Engineering was established in the year 2001 with an intake of 60 students in view of the competence of the infrastructure of the department. The syllabus is updated to meet the requirements of the modern industries, keeping in mind the recommendations of industrial experts. Problem solving has been given a prominent place. Laboratory equipments are regularly updated. It is our commitment to continuously strive for imparting high quality education and training to our students, so that they are molded into competent professionals. In order to bridge the gap between knowledge and its true application, students are required to undertake seminars, mini-project and main project that put them through an industry-like situation.
The department offers B. Tech courses in Electronics and Communication Engineering
* Digital Electronics
* Control Systems
* VLSI Engineering
* Digital Signal Processing
* Signals and Systems
* Radiation and Propagation
* Microwave Engineering
* Radar and Television Engineering
* Optical Communication
* Class Project
* Mini Project
* Final Project
* Digital Electronics Lab
* Electronics Devices and Circuits Lab
* Microprocessors and Simulation Lab
* Communication Engineering Lab
* Measurements and Industrial Electronics Lab
* Electronic Workshop
* Programming Lab
* Integrated Circuits Lab
* Digital Signal Processing Lab
* Microwave and Optical Communication Lab
Involves the identification of components and devices, testing of components and devices, design and construction of small transformers, use of measuring instruments, preliminary idea of PCB fabrication, soldering practice.
Electronic Devices Laboratory
Characteristics of Diodes, Zener diodes, Transistors, FETs & UJTs, SCRs & Triac, Frequency response of RC low pass and high pass filters, Zener Regulator with & without emitter follower, RC Coupled amplifiers, FET Amplifiers, Clipping and Clamping Circuits, Rectifier Circuits.
Electronic Circuits Laboratory
Feed back amplifiers, Power amplifiers, and Differentials Amplifiers, Cascade and Cascode amplifier. Their Frequency Response, Phase shift, Wein bridge,Hartely, Colpitts, UJT Oscillators, Astable and Monostable Multivibrators, Schmitt trigger circuits, Tuned amplifiers,Sreies voltage regulator, Bootstrap sweep circuits.
Programming and Simulation Laboratory
Introduction to SPICE and MATLAB.
Digital Electronics Laboratory
Characteristics of TTL and CMOS gates and their realization, Arithmetic Circuits, Astable and Monostable miltivibrators, Realization of RS,JK,T,D and Master Slave Flipflops using gates. Shift Registers, Counters, Multiplexers.
Integrated Circuits Laboratory
Experiments using Op-amps.
Study of 8086 kits, Assembly language programs, Interfacing, Simulation of programs.
Communication Engg. Laboratory
Amplitude modulation and demodulation, Frequency modulation and demodulation using PLL, Frequency multiplier and frequency synthesizer using PLL, Pseudo random binary sequence generator, Pre-emphasis and De-emphasis, Mixer circuits, AGC, Delta, PWM, PPM, PAM modulation and demodulation, TDM, Binary PSK modulator and demodulator.
Microwave and Optical Communication Laboratory
Measurement of Antenna parameters, Low and high VSWR measurements, Gunn Oscillator characteristics, Reflex Klystron Repeller mode characteristics, measurement of dielectric constant, DC characteristics of LED and PIN Photodiode , To measure the numerical aperture of the fiber after preparing the fiber ends, To measure the attenuation per unit length of a fiber using cut back method
Digital Signal Processing Laboratory
DSP kits-Assembly or C language programming, MAT LAB.
1. Adaptive signal processing
2. Embedded systems
3. Micro-Controller based system design
4. Communication protocols
5. Bio-medical Engineering.
Some of the electives for the lower semesters are
1. Java and internet programming
2. Electronic product design
3. Designing with VHDL
4. Fuzzy Systems
5. Quantum Computing
6. Image processing
7. Discrete event system stimulation
8. CDMA systems