Telecommunication EngineeringDayananda Sagar Institutions
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· The main focus area of study is Telecommunication.
Other focus areas are fundamentals of electronics,
Microprocessor, Micro controller,
Digital Signal Processing,
Satellite Communication, and related Software.
A new field, yet has established itself as very critical specialisation of study,
producing the most number of employment opportunities
in the shortest time frame across the globe and India:
· Telecommunications is an exciting branch of engineering, which unravels the marvels of modern communication technology, growing rapidly using the advancements in Microelectronics and Computers. With the study of main focus areas as above, students will become specialised in Telecommunication and Electronics and will be suitable for employment in this field as Design, Development, Production, Quality Assurance, Sales, Servicing and Software Engineers. Also they will be adequately equipped for pursuing postgraduate and doctoral studies.
· The telecom sector is among the fastest growing sectors in our country today. Currently there are well over 45million mobile users in India. And this number is growing very rapidly. Moreover, the broad-band/ digital cable is also now all set to take the country by storm. And over 47 million new lines are to be added in the coming years. A telecommunication engineer could be employed with mobile phone service providers, cable, and satellite networks, the Ministry of Communication, radio, television, and information and broadcasting sectors and for railways or police wireless organisations. Telecommunication engineers are also employed by the paramilitary forces like the BSF, CRPF, and defence-related organisations and by private companies manufacturing electronic, digital and radio equipment.
· About 1,50,000 Telecommunication professionals will be required in India, in the next 3 years, reference.
· Mobile Communication, Microwave Communication, Digital System Design using VHDL, Digital Signal Processing Lab, and Microwave Lab are new areas of study.
· For conserving bandwidth for data communication, 8 level phase shift keyed modulation system can be used. In India, the development of this system will be useful for space communication and other wireless communications. Hence this project has been taken up jointly by Telecommunication Department and Electronics & Communication Department. The department is planning to add more faculties with experience in industry, to face new challenges.
· Faculty members specialised in the field of Telecommunication and Electronics. Professors in this department have several years of experience in industry. The department has student professional bodies such as ' Institution of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineers' Student chapter to encourage students to participate in co-curricular activities.
· A majority of students get employed while they are in their pre-final or final year of study. Others are placed soon after completion of their course.
· Infrastructure of the department includes well-equipped laboratories, well-furnished classrooms, staff rooms, departmental library etc.
The following laboratories meet all the requirements for practicals, prescribed by VTU:
a) Analog Electronics Lab
b) Digital Electronics Lab
c) Microprocessors Lab
d) Power Electronics Lab
e) 8086 Microprocessor Lab
f) Microwave Lab
g) Computers Communication & Network Lab
h) DSP Lab
· In addition to the above, a Project Lab has been set-up so that 8th semester students can do projects in the department.