Embedded Systems and IoT (ESI) Laboratory part of the Electronics and Communication Engineering at KLEF and focuses on the definition of system-level multi-objective design methods, optimization methodologies, and tools for high-performance embedded systems and the Internet of Things (IoT) Era. ESI laboratory is included in the course to enable students and faculties of the institute to witness and be part of the vision in which the internet prolongs into the real world-embracing everyday objects. ESI Laboratory is a unique collaborative workspace where IoT enthusiasts can meet to discuss ideas, share expertise, work together on projects, get access to a library of equipment & components, build products, launch start-ups, and generally have fun bringing IoT to life.
ESI laboratory provides extensive hands-on to designing various embedded systems and exposes the tools (Keil, Linux, LabVIEW, Python OS,Arduino IDE, MPLAB IDE) required to turn them into IoTs.The laboratory is equipped with Computers,STM-32, PIC microcontroller kits, ARM 7 development boards, Arduino boards, Raspberry Pi boards, MSP 430 boards, and ARM Cortex Boards.we used many communication technologies, from low-level bus systems (e.g., CAN, RS232, SPI) to high-level wireless communication technologies (e.g., Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, ZigBee, LoRa). ESI Lab has profound experience with measuring and analysing sensor dataand smart sensors with integrated signal processing. The sensor networks, wireless sensor networks, and the seamless transfer of sensor information from the sensor to the cloud.The ESI laboratoryis formulated considering the vision of long-term sustainable development of IoT-enabled applications and services.
Embedded Systems and IoT Laboratory
The Microwaves and Antennas Lab is a specialized laboratory focused on the study and experimentation of electromagnetic waves in the microwave frequency range and the design and characterization of antennas. The lab is equipped with advanced equipment and instruments such as vector network analyzers, spectrum analyzers, antenna measurement setups, and microwave sources. Students and researchers in the lab perform hands-on experiments to understand the principles of microwave propagation, antenna theory, and radiation patterns. They gain practical skills in designing and optimizing antennas for various applications, including wireless communication systems, radar systems, and satellite communications. The lab provides a comprehensive learning environment for students to explore the fascinating world of microwaves and antenna technologies. Through hands-on projects and research activities, students gain insights into real-world applications of microwaves and antennas. They may work on designing antennas for wireless communication systems, optimizing the performance of radar systems, or developing innovative microwave devices. Overall, the Microwaves and Antennas Lab serves as a platform for students to deepen their understanding of microwave engineering principles and antenna design techniques. It fosters creativity, critical thinking, and practical skills necessary for tackling real-world challenges in the field of microwaves and antennas.
Antennas & Microwave Engineering Laboratory
The VLSI Design Laboratory is a specialized facility dedicated to the study and development of Very Large Scale Integration (VLSI) technology. It serves as a crucial hub for students, researchers, and professionals interested in the field of electronic design automation and integrated circuit design. Equipped with state-of-the-art tools and equipment, the VLSI Design Laboratory provides an immersive environment for hands-on exploration and experimentation. The lab houses cutting-edge software and hardware resources, including advanced computer-aided design tools, Cadence, simulation platforms, XILINX Vivado design Suite and advanced FPGA (Field Programmable Gate Array) development boards. In this laboratory, students and researchers can engage in various activities related to VLSI design. They can design and simulate complex integrated circuits using industry-standard software tools, gaining a deeper understanding of the fundamental principles and methodologies involved in the creation of highly integrated electronic systems. The laboratory also serves as a platform for informal learning activities through the student technical club called "Always@VLSI." which aims to motivate and equip students with technical knowledge in the field of VLSI Technologies.
The VLSI Design Laboratory offers a collaborative workspace where students can work in teams on projects, encouraging teamwork and knowledge sharing. It also provides access to a vast library of design examples and reference materials, enabling students to explore and implement innovative circuit designs. The laboratory plays a crucial role in bridging the gap between theory and practice. It allows students to apply theoretical knowledge gained in lectures to practical applications, fostering a comprehensive understanding of VLSI design concepts. Additionally, the lab offers opportunities for research and development, encouraging students and faculty to undertake cutting-edge projects and contribute to advancements in the field.
VLSI Design Laboratory
Modern society is entirely dependent on electronics. Electronics education is an endlessly enjoyable experience. Electronics is constantly evolving and growing. Electronics is not a subject, and it is a craft. Though, beginners must get along some basic skills in electronics to volunteer this craftsmanship.
The basic skills-set that any budding electronics engineer must include the following:
Electronic devices and circuits laboratory
The Measurements and Instrumentation Lab is a facility where students and researchers conduct experiments and learn about various measurement techniques and instruments used in engineering and scientific applications. This lab provides hands-on experience in acquiring, analysing, and interpreting data to make accurate measurements. The lab is equipped with a wide range of instruments and devices, such as multimeters, oscilloscopes, signal generators, power supplies, data acquisition systems, sensors, and transducers. These instruments are used to measure physical quantities like voltage, current, resistance, temperature, pressure, flow rate, and more. In the Measurements and Instrumentation Lab, students learn about the principles of measurement and calibration, as well as the characteristics and limitations of different instruments. They gain practical skills in using these instruments to perform experiments and collect data accurately.
Experiments conducted in this lab often involve circuit analysis, sensor calibration, signal conditioning, data acquisition, and measurement system design. Students may work on projects related to electronics, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, physics, and other fields where precise measurements are crucial. The lab environment is designed to provide a safe and controlled setting for students to carry out experiments under the guidance of experienced instructors. It encourages students to develop critical thinking skills, problem-solving abilities, and attention to detail, as they must carefully set up the instruments, perform measurements, and analyse the obtained data. By working in the Measurements and Instrumentation Lab, students gain a deeper understanding of measurement principles, instrument operation, and the challenges involved in accurate data acquisition. These skills are valuable in various industries, including research and development, quality control, testing and inspection, and scientific experimentation.
Welcome to the Signal Processing Lab, a hub of innovation and research in the field of signal processing! Our state-of-the-art facility is equipped with 30 high-performance i7 desktops and 36 i3 desktops, providing ample computing power for a diverse range of projects. Additionally, we have 25 cutting-edge NI ELVIS III boards that enable real-time signal analysis and manipulation. To further enhance your experience, we offer the latest software tools, including NI LabVIEW 2019 and NI multiSIM 14.2, allowing you to design and simulate complex circuits and implement advanced signal processing algorithms. Join us in the Signal Processing Lab to unravel the secrets of signals and unlock their full potential!
Signal Processing Lab
Keeping in view the growing importance of computer learning, department has established a well-equipped computer lab to keep the students abreast with the latest computer knowledge. It can accommodate 117 students at a time. The computers having Internet services through wireless connectivity, and LCD projection systems, hardware and software. Students, faculty and staff have access to the computer lab, which provide the tools and technologies. These computers are upgraded as per the need of university syllabus and the software version change. The computer and related electronic equipment are tested and maintained with a scheduled frequency to keep the facility up and running.
This lab is dedicated for students to work on practical experiments, projects and research work related to courses such as Computer Networks, Wireless Networks, Mobile Communications, Internet of Things, Future Networks (5G) and Cloud Computing. All Desktops in the Computer Network lab are interconnected through Wi-Fi. This lab introduces students to Networks. It covers networking architecture, structure, and functions. It also introduces the principles and structure of IP addressing and the fundamentals of Ethernet concepts, media, and operations to provide a foundation for the curriculum.
The Analog and Digital Communications Laboratory provides an immersive learning environment for students to gain practical experience in the design, analysis, and evaluation of communication systems. It enables them to understand the intricacies of analog and digital transmission techniques, preparing them for careers in the telecommunications industry or further academic pursuits in the field of communication engineering. This Laboratory is a specialized facility designed to provide students and researchers with hands-on experience in the field of communication systems. It serves as a crucial hub for understanding and experimenting with both analog and digital transmission techniques, fostering a comprehensive understanding of communication principles and technologies.
Equipped with cutting-edge equipment and software tools, the laboratory offers a practical learning environment for studying and analyzing communication systems. It houses a range of instruments including signal generators, oscilloscopes, spectrum analyzers, and software-defined radios, allowing students to manipulate and analyze signals in both analog and digital domains. In this laboratory, students have the opportunity to design, implement, and evaluate various communication systems. They can explore the characteristics of analog modulation techniques such as amplitude modulation (AM), frequency modulation (FM), and phase modulation (PM), studying their performance under different channel conditions and noise sources. Additionally, students can delve into digital modulation schemes like phase shift keying (PSK), frequency shift keying (FSK), and quadrature amplitude modulation (QAM), understanding their advantages and limitations. The laboratory also facilitates hands-on experimentation with communication protocols and systems. Students can design and implement digital communication systems using techniques such as error detection and correction, source coding, and channel coding. They can explore the performance of these systems in the presence of noise, interference, and channel impairments.
Analog and Digital communication Lab
The 5G & Beyond: Open Innovation Lab focuses on wireless and data networks; it provides in-sight into current and future wireless data network technologies. The growing demand for bandwidth and faster communications has led to the deployment of new technologies faster than it used to be, with evaluation of Digital Signal Processing (DSP) implementation of new technologies on Software Defined Radio’s (SDR’s) hardware’s has become feasible. This enabled faster development, testing and deployment of new technologies on a re-configurable hardware via updates. The new technologies are built and developed around digital communication including cellular communication, wireless local area networking, personal area networking, and high-definition television.
To support and implement hand-on approach, we would like to enhance the existing wireless communication lab and translate from simulation studies to hands-on experiments using hardware modules. This will enable KLEF students to participate in capstone projects in wireless domain. The theory in the classroom is translated directly into practice with the help of 5-Nines Radio, Wi-Guy, USRP software defined radio platform and using the NI-LabView, GNU Radio and MATLAB. The emphasis will be on the concepts and implementation of 5G & Beyond wireless technologies.
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