Electronics & Communication Engineering Degree

DAYANANDA SAGAR EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS
In Bangalore

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  • Bachelor
  • Bangalore
  • Duration:
    4 Years
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Bangalore
DAYANANDA SAGAR EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS, Shivage Malleshwara Hills, Kumaraswamy Layout, Bangalore 5, 560078, Karnataka, India
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With DIGITAL REVOLUTION that has taken the world by storm, M.Tech graduates in the Digital Electronics & Communication stream have ample and challenging job opportunities in the country and outside. Bangalore city has been rediscovered for its technical prowess and has been chosen to be the hub for the silicon based Ultra Large-Scale Integrated Circuit Chip Manufacture. The M.Tech course at VLSI Technology & Embedded system is offered to produce specialists in the hardware (chip) domain, which is JUST IN TIME. Job opportunities for postgraduates are going to be very exciting and rewarding. ECE department has identified thin film technology as one of the fields of research areas, which has wide applications in the field of displays, solar cells, sensors, and non-luminescent devices. The development of organic thin film transistors (OTFTs) for EL display continues for attaining flexibility and lightness unavailable in Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) designs. Basically organic TFTs are classified as optical, non-luminescent and chemical sensing devices. Optical devices are organic light emitting diodes (OLEDs) and light sensing devices. Applications include displays, flexible electronics and optical switches. Potential applications for non-luminescent devices include price tags and smart cards where their low cost and/or high flexibility make them an alternative to the existing solid-state semiconductors. Chemical sensors take advantage from interaction between odorant molecules and pi-conjugated molecules of organic semiconductors. Organic transistors on flexible substrates with operating frequencies of several Hertz can be used as electronic paper.

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