Basic Electronics Lab

LIST OF MAJOR EQUIPMENTS IN THE LAB

Sl No Name of The Equipment Quantity Make Model Specification
1 Cathode Ray Oscilloscope 12

 

Scientific SM410 30 MHZ
2 Function Generator 12

 

Scientific SM5071 3 MHz function Generator counter
3 Universal Trainer Board 12

 

AQUILA AET-205A DC(0-30v)

(+15v &-15v)

AC (5V/10V/20V)

Function Generator &  7 Segment Display

4 Digital Multimeter 01 Mastch MAS830L
5 Digital Multimeter 01 Excel DT9505A
6 Digital Multimeter 01 UNI-T DT9205A

List of Experiments

SL.NO. AIM OF THE EXPERIMENT
1 Familiarization with electronic components (Active & amp;Passive)& amp;electron equipments(Multi-meters,CROs and function generators)
2 Study of V-I characteristics of P-N junction diode & amp;Calculate DC & amp;AC resistance
3 Construction of half-wave rectifier and full wave rectifier circuits(with & amp;without Filter)
4.(a) Construction of positive ,negative and biased clipper circuits & amp;study of their output waveforms by CRO
4.(b) Construction of positive ,negative clamper circuits & amp;study of their output waveforms by CRO
5. Design of inverting and non-inverting amplifiers using Op-Amp for a given gain with the help of breadboard and distinct components
6. Study and realization of logic gates(Truth table verification)
Beyond Syllabus
1. V I Characteristics of NPN transistor

Analog Electronics Circuits Lab

LIST OF MAJOR EQUIPMENTS IN THE LAB

Sl No Name of The Equipment Quantity Make Model Specification
1 Cathode Ray Oscilloscope 14

 

Scientific SM430 30 MHZ
2 Cathode Ray Oscilloscope 1

 

Scientech CADDO-920 30MHZ
3 Function Generator 10

 

Scientific SM5071 3 MHz function Generator counter
4 Function Generator 2

 

Scientific SM5074 3 MHz function Generator counter
5 Function Generator 2

 

Scientific HM-5030-4 3 MHz function Generator  Digital
6 Universal Trainer Board 14

 

AQUILA AET-205A DC(0-30v)

(+15v &-15v)

AC (5V/10V/20V)

Function Generator &  7 Segment Display

7 Digital Multimeter 08

 

Mastch MAS830L

List of Experiments

Sl. No. Topic
1. Design and simulate BJT bias circuit and the results Compare.
2. Design and simulate JFET bias circuit and compare the results.
3. Design and simulate BJT common emitter circuit and compare DC and AC performance.
4. Determining the frequency response of a common emitter amplifier:low frequency, high frequency and mid frequency response and compare with simulated result.
5. Differential Amplifier circuit:DC bias and AC operation without and with current source.
6. Study of Darlington connection and current mirror circuits.
7. OP-Amp Frequency response and compensation.
8. Application of OP-Amp as differentiator, integrator and square wave generator.
9 Obtain the band width of BJT using square wave testing of an amplifier.
10 Design and simulate Wien –Bridge Oscillator circuit using         OP-Amp.
 

BEYOND SYLLABUS EXPERIMENTS

 

11 Design, assemble and test of narrow band pass filter and its frequency response.
12 Design, assemble and test of active Notch filter.

Signal System Lab

LIST OF MAJOR EQUIPMENTS IN THE LAB

Sl No Name of The Equipment Quantity Make Model Specification
1 Computer System (PC) 27

 

DELL OPTIPLEX 330 Intel® Core™ 2 Duo CPU E4500 @2.20GHz, 775 LGA socket,L2 Catch 2048KB,Chipset Intel G31, DDR2 1GB RAM 333MHz Frequency, Dell Monitor
2 Computer System (PC) 06

 

LENOVO Think Center Intel®  Pentium® Dual CPU E2160 @1.80GHz, 775 LGA socket,L2 Catch 1024KB,Chipset Intel G31, DDR2 1GB RAM 333MHz Frequency, 3 Dell Monitor and 3 Lenovo Monitor
3 MATLAB

 

Standalone MATHWORKS 2007a Matlab  main module with link to CCS, embedded TI c6000 simulink tool

List of Experiments

SL. NO AIM OF THE EXPERIMENT
1 Write a program to generate the discrete sequences (i) unit step (ii) unit impulse (iii) ramp (iv) periodic sinusoidal sequences. Plot all the sequences.
2 Find the Fourier transform of a square pulse .Plot its amplitude and phase spectrum.
3 Write a program to convolve two discrete time sequences. Plot all the sequences. Verify the result by analytical calculation.
4 Write a program to find the trigonometric Fourier series coefficients of a rectangular periodic signal. Reconstruct the signal by combining the Fourier series coefficients with appropriate weightings.
5 Write a program to find the trigonometric and exponential Fourier series coefficients of a periodic rectangular signal. Plot the discrete spectrum of the signal.
6 Generate a discrete time sequence by sampling a continuous time signal. Show that with sampling rates less than Nyquist rate, aliasing occurs while reconstructing the signal.
7 The signal x (t) is defined as below. The signal is sampled at a sampling rate of 1000 samples per second. Find the power content and power spectral density for this signal.

X(t)=cos(2*pi*47)+cos(2*pi*219) , 0<t<10

8 Write a program to find the magnitude and phase response of first order low pass and high pass filter. Plot the responses in logarithmic scale.
9 Write a program to find the response of a low pass filter and high pass filter, when a speech signal is passed through these filters.
10 Write a program to find the autocorrelation and cross correlation of sequences.
Beyond Syllabus
11 Generate a uniformly distributed length 1000 random sequence in the range (0,1). Plot the histogram and the probability function for the sequence. Compute the mean and variance of the random signal.
12 Generate a Gaussian distributed length 1000 random sequence. Compute the mean and variance of the random signal by a suitable method.

DSDLab

LIST OF MAJOR EQUIPMENTS IN THE LAB

Sl No Name of The Equipment Quantity Make Model Specification
1 Universal Trainer Board 14

 

AQUILA AET-205A DC(0-30v)

(+15v &-15v)

AC (5V/10V/20V)

Function Generator &  7 Segment Display

2 Cathode Ray Oscilloscope 14

 

Scientific SM430 30 MHZ
3 Function Generator 2

 

Scientific SM5074 3 MHz function Generator counter
4 Digital Multimeter 08

 

Mastch MAS830L

List of Experiments

Sl. No. Aim of The Experiment
1. Digital Logic Gates: Investigate logic behavior of AND, OR, NAND, NOR, EX-OR, EX-NOR, Invert and Buffer gates, use of Universal NAND Gate.
2. Gate-level minimization: Two level and multi level implementation of Boolean functions.
3. Combinational Circuits: design, assemble and test: adders and subtractors, code converters, gray code to binary and 7 segment display.
4. Design, implement and test a given design example with (i) NAND Gates only (ii) NOR Gates only and (iii) using minimum number of Gates.
5. Design with multiplexers and de-multiplexers
6. Flip-Flop: assemble, test and investigate operation of SR, D & J-K flip-flops.
7. Shift Registers: Design and investigate the operation of all types of shift registers with parallel load
8. Counters: Design, assemble and test various ripple and synchronous counters – decimal counter, Binary counter with parallel load.
9. Binary Multiplier:Design and implement a circuit that multiplies 4-bit unsigned numbers to produce a 8 bit product.
10. Counters: Design, assemble and test various ripple and synchronous counters – decimal counter, Binary counter with parallel load.
 

BEYOND SYLLABUS EXPERIMENTS

 

11. Design of Running light using 555 Timer.
12. Design, assemble and testing of Ring Counter.

Electronics Device Lab

LIST OF MAJOR EQUIPMENTS IN THE LAB

Sl No Name of The Equipment Quantity Make Model Specification
1 Computer System (PC) 27

 

DELL OPTIPLEX 330 Intel® Core™ 2 Duo CPU E4500 @2.20GHz, 775 LGA socket,L2 Catch 2048KB,Chipset Intel G31, DDR2 1GB RAM 333MHz Frequency, Dell Monitor
2 Computer System (PC) 06

 

LENOVO Think Center Intel®  Pentium® Dual CPU E2160 @1.80GHz, 775 LGA socket,L2 Catch 1024KB,Chipset Intel G31, DDR2 1GB RAM 333MHz Frequency, 3 Dell Monitor and 3 Lenovo Monitor
3 MATLAB

 

Standalone MATHWORKS 2007a Matlab  main module with link to CCS, embedded TI c6000 simulink tool
4 HFSS 14 Standalone ANSYS 14 Standalone License

List of Experiments

SL.No. AIM OF THE EXPERIMENT
1  Wave-propagation in conductors and dielectrics using HFSS/CST/MATLAB.
2 Current and charge flow of electromagnetic wave in a rectangular waveguide using HFSS/CST/MATLAB.
3 Uniform Plane Wave Propagation in an Arbitrary Direction
4 Transverse Electric Waves in a Parallel-Plate Waveguide
5 To calculate Dispersion and Group Velocity
6 To design Rectangular Waveguide
7 To design cavity Resonator
8  To show the modes of a rectangular waveguide using HFSS.
9 To show azimuth and elevation patterns
10  To show the input and output impedance
11 SWR measurements of rectangular waveguide
12 Reflection of plane waves

Analog and Digital Communication Lab

LIST OF MAJOR EQUIPMENTS IN THE ANALOG COMMUNICATION LAB

Sl No Name of The Equipment Quantity Make Model Specification
1 Active  Filter     (High Pass And Low ) 01

 

SCIENTECH AB-51
2 Band Pass  Filter 01 SCIENTECH  AB-52
3 Amplitude Modulation  And  De-Modulation 01

 

VI -Micro System VCT-03 Modulating signal Freq -300Hz to 3KHz, Freq Amp -5vpp.Carrier Freq-10KHz to 50KHz ,Amplitude -10vpp
4 Cathode Ray

Oscilloscope

05 SCIENTECH CADDO-920 25MHz
5 Cathode Ray

Oscilloscope

07 SCIENTIFIC SM410 30 MHz
6 DSB/SSB Transmitter  Kit 01

 

SCIENTIFIC ST-2201 Audio Soc (300HZ-3.4khZ),Carrier Freq-1MHz  Crystal controlled, power supply -220v+/10%,50Hz
7 DSB/SSB-AM Receiver Kit 01

 

SCIENTIFIC ST-2202
8 DSBSC-Mod-De- Modulation 01

 

VI -Micro System

 

VCT-47 MODULATING SIGNAL:-A:-50KHz to 100KHz,  B:-Amplitude Range =5V.CARRIER  SIGNAL(A):-1MHz frequency( B ):-  Amplitude range:-2V SUPPLY RANGE:-+12V,-12V,GND.
9 Function Generation 03 SCIENTIFIC SM-5071 3MHz
10 FM Communication Kit 02

 

VI-MICRO

SYSTEM

  VCT-11  Sine wave FREQ-200Hz to 1.2 KHz   Direct FM, Low  freq -20KHz, high freq-358KHz,Amp-5v
11 FM Generation Kit 01

 

VI-MICRO

SYSTEM

VCT-44 Carrier Signal (Balanced  Modulator)  :-Frequency:-10KHz to200KHz. .Amplitude:-3V POWER SUPPLY:- GND ,+5V,+12V,-12V.
12 Pre-Emphasis Kit 01 VI-MICRO

SYSTEM

TBET-83
13 De-Emphasis Kit 01 VI-MICRO

SYSTEM

TBET-83
14 Passive Filter Kit 01

 

TECH LAB ELECTRONICS TPFT-46
15 Pulse Code  Mod/De-Mod Kit 01 VI-MICRO

SYSTEM

VCT-07 Sine wave generator:-200Hz, Variable DC Source , Sampling  Frequency :-32KHz
16 Sampling Trainer  Kit 02

 

SCIENTECH AND             VI-MICRO SYSTEM ST-2101

VTC-23

17 SSB-SC Trainer  Kit 01 VI-MICRO SYSTEM VCT-42  MODULATING SIGNAL   :-Frequency range -10KHz to 200KHz.Amplitude  -0V to 4V.CARRIER SIGNAL:-Frequency  Range :-350KHZ to 800KHz.
18 Spectrum  Analyzer 04

 

INTO-X

APLAB

IN-SA10

SA3011

Frequency Rang -0.15MHz to1050MHz, 4 Digit  Display, -100 to 13dBm Amplitude range,. Tracking    Generators   Freq range :0.15 MHz to1050 MHz  .Out  put  voltage ;+1 dBm to 50dBm
19 VSB Mod &De-Mod Kit 02

 

 

VI-MICRO SYSTEM VCT-45 Modulating Signal:-700KHz to200KHz.Amplitude Range :-5v.Carrier input:-700KHz to 1.2MHz.Amplitude range -2.4v.AC 220v&50HZ . DC-12,GHN
21 Pulse-Amp -Mod Kit 02

 

VI-MICRO SYSTEM VCT-01 Power Amplifier   1wMono ,Sine wave frequency -500Hz,1KHz(fixed)

List of Experiments

Sl. No.  

Topic

1. Analyze and plot the spectrum of following signals with aid of spectrum analyzer: Sine wave, square wave, triangle wave, saw-tooth wave of frequencies 1KHz, 10Khz, 50Khz, 100KKz and 1 MHz.
2. Analyze the process of frequency division multiplexing and frequency division de-multiplexing.
3. Study and design of AM modulator and demodulator. (Full AM, SSB, DSBSC, SSBSC)
4. Study of FM modulation and Demodulation Techniques.
5. Observer the process of PAM, quantization and determination of quantization noise.
6. Multiplex 2-4 PAM/ PPM and PWM signals.
7. Using MATLAB/ SCILAB generate a carrier and a modulating signal. Modulate the carrier using AM. Show the waveform in time domain and analyze its frequency spectrum. Repeat the simulation for modulating signal being square, triangular and other forms waveform.
8 Using MATLAB/ SCILAB generate a carrier and a modulating signal. Modulate the carrier using FM. Show the waveform in time domain and analyze its frequency spectrum. Repeat the simulation for modulating signal being square, triangular and other forms waveform.
9 Using Lab-View software simulate AM modulation and demodulation system.
10 Using Lab-View software simulate FM modulation and demodulation system.
 

BEYOND SYLLABUS EXPERIMENTS

 

14 Generation of VSB

LIST OF MAJOR EQUIPMENTS IN THE DIGITAL COMMUNICATION LAB

Sl No Name of The Equipment Quantity Make Model Specification
1 LAN Trainer 01

 

VI MICROSYSTEMS VILAN-03 Topology:3types

Hard Ware Networking:ARM 7

And Fpga Combinati

On

Cable:

Parallel Cable-JTAG

Serial Cable-ARM7-RS232

RJ 45 Cable

Cross Cable

Length Cable

Category-

1.Built In Ethernet Based

2.OSI  LAN Trainer

No.of NIC-03

Software:

XILINX&VIRTISIM

2 ISDN Trainer 01

 

VI MICROSYSTEMS VCT -ISDN Master And Slave Arrangement Type

Cable-JTAG

Data Transfer-Voice, Graphics and Data

3 ASK Modulation And Demodulation 02

 

VI MICROSYSTEMS VCT-17 Carrier Signal Frequency-

17KHZ

Amplitude-3Vpp

Max Data Frequency-2000hz

Min Data Frequency-830 HZ

Amplitude-3V

4 Delta/Sigma Modulation And De Modulation 02

 

 

VI MICROSYSTEMS VCT-50 Internal Frequency

Signal

-500Mhz & 1000hz

Sampling

Internal Clock-8KHZ,16KHZ,32KHZ,400KHZ,& 800KHZ

Filter-Butterworth Low Pass

 

5 DPSK Modulation And Demodulation 02

 

VI MICROSYSTEMS VCT-59 Clock Data:

Freq-2.5khz

Amp-5v

Carrier Signal:

Freq-10khz

Amp-5v

Modulator-Balanced Modulation

6 FSK Modulation And Demodulation 02

 

VI MICROSYSTEMS VCT-18 Modulating Signal:

Freq-22hz

Amp-5v

Carrier :

Freq-1070hz & 1270hz

Amp-5v

7 MSK Modulation And Demodulation 02

 

VI MICROSYSTEMS VCT-46 Data-Binary Data

Modulator-VCO

De Modulator-PLL

LPF & Comparator

 

8 Noise Signal Generator 02

 

 

VI MICROSYSTEMS VCT-58 Digital Type-

PNS Generator

Analog Type-

White Noise Generator

Semiconductor Noise Generator

9 PSK  Modulation And Demodulation 02

 

VI MICROSYSTEMS VCT-21 Modulating Signal:

Binary Data

Freq-50khz

Amp-5vpp

Carrier Signal:

Freq-200khz

Amp-2vpp

Modulator-Balanced Modulator

10 Pulse Code Modulation 02

 

 

 

VI MICROSYSTEMS VCT-07 Crystal Frequency-6.14Mhz

Sampling Frequency-32Mhz

Filter-Butterworth

11

 

QPSK Modulation And De Modulation 02

 

VI MICROSYSTEMS VCT-29 Signal:

Sine Wave, Cosine Wave

Freq-10khz

Amp-5vpp

Clock Freq:

Channel-1  -5khz

Channel-2  -2.5khz

Amp-5vpp

12 QAM  Modulation And De Modulation 02

 

 

VI MICROSYSTEMS VCT-49 Data:

Freq-780hz

Amp-+5v

Carrier:

Freq-5Khz

Amp-+2v

13 Time Division Multiplexing 02

 

VI MICROSYSTEMS VCT-02 Crystal Frequency-

6.4Mhz

No. Of Channel-4

Filter Type-Butterworth, Low Pass

14 CRO 12

 

SCIENTIFIC SM-410 30Mhz

Dual Channel

 

15

Function Generator 03

 

 

SCIENTIFIC SM-5071 3Mhz
16 Spectrum  Analyzer 04

 

InTRX

Aplab

INSA 10 0.15-1050Mhz
17 ADC 8 Channel 02

 

VI MICROSYSTEMS VSTM-03 8 Bit Resolution

8 Channel Multiplexer

Method-Successive Approximation

18 DAC 8 Channel 02

 

VI MICROSYSTEMS VSTM-02A 8 Bit Resolution

8 Channel Multiplexer

Method-Successive Approximation

19 Level Converter 02

 

VI MICROSYSTEMS VCT-40 Clock Frequency Range-

120hz To 2khz

TTL Output

Symbol 1-15v

Symbol 0-0v

List of Experiments

Sl. No. Topic
1.  Study the functioning  of  PCM and Delta modulator,demonstrate the process of PCM modulation and Delta modulation.

 

2. Modulation generation and detection signal generator CRO.
3. To study Time Division Multeplexing.
4. To study the different channel coding and decoding techniques

 

5. Generation and reception of different types of signals like ASK, PSK, FSK.

 

6. To transmit and received three separate signals audio, video and tone simultaneously through satellite link .

 

7 To transmit PC data through satellite link using a satellite communication demonstration unit.

 

8 To compare different forms of BPSK, QPSK, OQPSK (experimentally) and analyze their spectrum analyzer.

 

9 Spreading  and de-spreading using additive white Gaussian noise

 

10 To transmit different types of signals using ISDN system

 

11 To analyze the process of data communication in LAN using LAN trainer and compare the performance of different media Access techniques

 

 

BEYOND SYLLABUS EXPERIMENTS

 

12 To study DPSK Modulator

 

 

13 To study MSK Modulator

Digital Signal Processing Lab

LIST OF MAJOR EQUIPMENTS IN THE LAB

Sl No Name of The Equipment Quantity Make Model Specification
Computer System (PC) 33

 

LENOVO Think Center Intel®  Pentium® Dual CPU E2160 @1.80GHz, 775 LGA socket,L2 Catch 1024KB,Chipset Intel G31, DDR2 1GB RAM 333MHz Frequency, 3 Dell Monitor and 3 Lenovo Monitor
DSP Trainer Kit 05

 

VI Micro System VSK-6713 TMS320C6713, Clock Cycle 225MHz, AIC23 Codec, 12 Bit Dual ADC, 12 Bit four DAC Channel, 16 MB SDRAM, 512KB Nonvolatile flash memory, RS232 interface, 4 user accessible LEDs and DIP switches
Cathode Ray Oscilloscope 01 Scientific SM430 30 MHZ
Function Generator 01

 

Scientific SM5071 3 MHz function Generator counter
MATLAB

 

Standalone MATHWORKS 2007a Matlab  main module with link to CCS, embedded TI c6000 simulink tool
VI Debugger For 6713 Standalone VI Microsystems Debugger with c code and ASM interface

List of Experiments

Sl. No. AIM OF THE EXPERIMENT
1. (i) Introduction to MATLAB software and study of its important commands.

(ii) Familiarization with the architecture of a standard DSP kit (Preferably TMS 320C6XXX DSP kit of Texas Instruments)

2. (a) Introduction to MATLAB software and study of its important commands.

(b)Generation of various types of waveforms (sine, cosine, square, triangular etc.) using MATLAB and DSP kit

3. Linear convolution of sequences (without using the inbuilt conv. function in MATLAB) and verification of linear convolution using DSP kit.
4. Circular convolution of two sequences and comparison of the result with the result obtained from linear convolution using MATLAB and DSP kit.
5. (a) Computation of autocorrelation of a sequence, cross correlation of two sequences using MATLAB.

(b) Computation of the power spectral density of a sequence using MATLAB also implementing the same in a DSP kit.

6. Finding the convolution of a periodic sequence using DFT and IDFT in MATLAB.
7. (i) Implementation of FFT algorithm by decimation in time and decimation in frequency using MATLAB.

(ii) Finding the FFT of a given 1-D signal using DSP kit and plotting the same.

8. Design and implementation of FIR (low pass and high pass) Filters using windowing techniques (rectangular window, triangular window and Kaiser window) in MATLAB and DSP kit
9. Design and implementation of IIR (low pass and high pass) Filters (Butterworth and Chebyshev) in MATLAB and DSP kit.
10. (i) Convolution of long duration sequences using overlap add, overlap save using MATLAB.

(ii) Implementation of noise cancellation using adaptive filters on a DSP Kit.

BEYOND SYLLABUS
11. Envelop detector using MATLAB
12. Signal Reconstruction using MATLAB

Microprocessor and Microcontrollor Lab

LIST OF MAJOR EQUIPMENTS IN THE LAB

Sl No Name of The Equipment Quantity Make Model Specification
1 8085 Microprocessor 13

 

Vi Microsystems M-85 EB(LED & LCD) 8-BIT
2 8086 Microprocessor 14

 

Vi Microsystems M-86 EB 16-BIT
3 8051 Microcontroller 08

 

Vi Microsystems M-51 EB 8-BIT
4 CRO 04

 

SCIENTIFIC SM-410 30MHZ
5 Digital To Analog Converter 05

 

Vi Microsystems VBMB-002 8/16 BIT
6 Elevator Simulator 08

 

Vi Microsystems VBMB-022 8/16 BIT
7 8279 Interface Board 05

 

Vi Microsystems VBMB-001 16 BIT
8 8255 Interface Board 07

 

Vi Microsystems VBMB-008 8/16 BIT
9 Stepper Motor Kit 12

 

Vi Microsystems VBMB-13A 8/16 BIT
11 Traffic Light Controller 08

 

Vi Microsystems 8/16 BIT

List of Experiments

Sl. No. AIM OF THE EXPERIMENT
1. Introduction to 8086 microprocessor and its register structures.
2. Programs for 16 bit arithmetic operations using 8086

(Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division and 2’s complement of a given number.)

 

3. Programs for Searching (Using 8086).

A.    Find out the largest number of a given number.

B.     Find out the smallest number of a given number.

 

4. Programs for Sorting (Using 8086).

A.    Arrange the ascending order.

BArrange the descending order.

 

5. Programs for String manipulation operations (Using 8086).

(Transfer a block of data from one memory location to another memory location.)

 

6. Interfacing and Programming of Stepper Motor.

 

7. Interfacing and Programming of Traffic light control system
8. Programming using Arithmetic,Logical and Bit Manipulation instructions of 8051 microcontroller.
9. Interfacing ADC and DAC.
10. A design problem using 8051
Beyond  Syllabus
1. Generate a square wave and rectangular wave of given frequency at the output pin of 8255 chip.
2. Study of Elevator Simulator

MWE Lab

LIST OF MAJOR EQUIPMENTS IN THE LAB

Sl No Name of The Equipment Quantity Make Model
1 Klystron Power supply 02

 

Microwave Technology INC MTI KP-503

MTI-1001,1005

2 Klystron MOUNT 02

 

Microwave Technology INC MTI-1001,1005
3 Klystron Tube 02

 

Microwave Technology INC MTI-1001,1005
4 Isolator 03

 

Microwave Technology INC MTI-1001,1005,1002
5 Frequency meter 03

 

Microwave Technology INC MTI-1001,1005,1002
6 Variable attenuator 03

 

Microwave Technology INC MTI-1001,1005,1002
7 Slotted section 03

 

Microwave Technology INC MTI-1001,1005,1002

List of Experiments

Sl. No. Aim of the Experiments
Reflex Klystron Characteristics.
2. Gunn diode characteristics
3. Directional Coupler Characteristics
4. Measurement of Voltage Standing wave ratio
5. Radiation Pattern Measurement of a Horn Antenna
6. Impedance,Wavwlength and Frequency Measurement
7. Determinationn of Polarization of Horn Antenna
8. Measurement of Scattering Parameters
9. Coupling Measurement of H-Plane,E-Plane and Magic Tee junction
10. Measurement of Dielectric Constant
11. Mesurement of Phase Shift
12. Scattering Parameters of Circulator/Isolators
BEYOND SYLLABUS EXPERIMENTS

 

1. To study the cavity resonator

 

2. Measurement of Dielectric constant of a low loss solid dielectric

Future Ready Contributor Programme Lab

AIM OF THE EXPERIMENT IN THE LAB

SL. No. AIM OF THE EXPERIMENT
1.       Who Is A Contributor?
Enable students to build a new vision of who they can become as “future-ready contributors”
2.       Developing A Growth Identity
Enable students to develop a growth identity & build their self-esteem.
3.       Become A Creator Of Your Destiny
Help students learn to deal positively with challenging life situations.
4.       Achieving Sustainable Success
Developing a steady success in an uncertain world
5.       Career Development Pathways
Open up career possibilities and build a contributive career
6.       Unleashing Our Power To Contribute
Be contributors ‘NOW’ and start contributing at any point through any role

List of Projects

PROJECTS  
1 Project 1: Building A Contributor Profile For A Real-Life Contributor
Student Project Session
Think Solutions
From seeing problems or roadblocks to finding solutions – learn the way of thinking which is at the heart of innovation
Value Thinking
Unleash ability to contribute and create value wherever you go
Engage Deeply
Accelerate your personal development and career growth by engaging deeply in various aspects of life.
2 Project 2: Building A Solution To A Citizen Challenge
Student Project Session
Think In Enlightened Self-Interest
Working more effectively in teams, collaboratives, communities
Human-Centric Thinking & Empathy
Recognizing and valuing people at a human level and then acting to make a difference in their lives
Trust Conduct
Explore what is the importance of practicing trust conduct in different areas
3 Project 3: Building A Vision & Plan For Running A Contributor Company
Student Project Session

Communication Engineering Lab

LIST OF MAJOR EQUIPMENTS IN THE LAB

Sl No Name of The Equipment Quantity Make Model Specification
01

 

System 02

 

DELL OPTIFLEX

330

Core2 Duo Processor,1GB Ram,160GB HDD, Monitor, Keyboard, Mouse
02 CRO 05

 

SCIENTIFIC

 

SM410 30MHZ
03 Antenna Trainer Kit 01

 

SCIENTECH ST2261 On Board RF & Tone generators
04 Satellite Communication Trainer 01

 

SCIENTECH ST2271 1100-1300MHZ

PPL MICROWAVE

OPERATION

05 Fiber Optics 01

 

SCIENTECH ST2502 Two channel with

Transmitter & Receiver

06 Colour TV 02

 

BESTA VISION

/SUMSUNG

Passion Both manual & Remote
07 DVD 01

 

BESTA VISION Bv 6800 Both manual & Remote

List of Experiments

Sl. No. Topic
1. Radiation pattern of Dipole, Yagi, Helical and Slot Antenna.
2. Study of different blocks of colour TV receiver such as RF amplifier, IF amplifier, sync separator, vertical oscillator, colour picture tube etc and measurement of various voltage signal waveform.
3. Polarization Detection of Dipole, Yagi, Helical and Slot Antenna.
4. Measurement of Refractive Index profile, Numerical Aperture.
5. Attenuation and bending loss/dispersion in a multimode optical fiber.
6. Measurement of Gain of a fiber communication link using (a) optical fiber, (b) free space.
7. Establishing and testing an optical Fiber analog and digital Link.
8. Simulation of a pn sequence generator using MATLAB.
9 Simulation of direct sequence spread spectrum technique using MATLAB.
10 Simulation of TDM and WDM using Matlab.
 

BEYOND SYLLABUS EXPERIMENTS

 

11 To establish a direct communication link between uplink transmitter and downlink receiver using tone signal.
12 To set up an active satellite link and demonstrate link fail operation.

Project Lab

LIST OF MAJOR EQUIPMENTS IN THE LAB

SL No NAME OF THE EQUIPMENT MAKE MODEL SPECIFICATION QUANTITY
1.        1 SYSTEM (PC) DELL/ LENOVO OPTIPLEX 330/ Think Center Intel® Core™ 2 Duo CPU E4500 @2.20GHz, 775 LGA socket,L2 Catch 2048KB,Chipset Intel G31, DDR2 1GB RAM 333MHz Frequency, Dell Monitor/

Intel®  Pentium® Dual CPU E2160 @1.80GHz, 775 LGA socket,L2 Catch 1024KB,Chipset Intel G31, DDR2 1GB RAM 333MHz Frequency, 3 Dell Monitor and 3 Lenovo Monitor

23
2.        2 UPS Input:230Vac, 50/60 Hz,2.4A

Output: 600VA/360W/2.4A, single phase

APC/ Back-UPS RS 600 UPS 23
3.        5 DSO APLAB/ SCIENTIFIC D36060C/ SMO1060 60mhz two channel

line voltage range

ac 100-240v

fuse rating

ac 250v t2a slow

power max 50w, 65va Freq. 45-65hz

Two channel 60Mhz

USB ,RS 232c connected

Rating: 50va max 99v ac to 242 v, 47hz 440vhz

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4.        6 UNIVERSAL PROGRAMMER TOP WIN TOP2008 USB connected

For OS window7/XP/2000/

2003

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5.        7 DAQ NI USB6000 12 bit

10 KS/S

Multifunction I/O

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6.        8 Raspberry Pi2 Raspberry Ethernet connected 03
7.        9 Arduino Arduino USB Connected 03
8. LabVIEW NI 2013 License Version 13

MEMS Design Lab

A National MEMS Design Centre (NMDC) has been established at our Institution, Trident Academy of Technology, Bhubaneswar in collaboration with IISc, Bangalore under the NPMASS Program in the year 2012. Thus our Institution is one of the proud institutions in eastern region of India to have a National MEMS Design Centre to carry out research work on MEMS and Nanotechnology.

LIST OF MAJOR EQUIPMENTS IN THE LAB

SL No NAME OF THE EQUIPMENT MAKE MODEL SPECIFICATION QUANTITY
1.        1 SYSTEM (PC) DELL/ LENOVO OPTIPLEX 330/ Think Center Intel® Core™ 2 Duo CPU E4500 @2.20GHz, 775 LGA socket,L2 Catch 2048KB,Chipset Intel G31, DDR2 1GB RAM 333MHz Frequency, Dell Monitor/

Intel®  Pentium® Dual CPU E2160 @1.80GHz, 775 LGA socket,L2 Catch 1024KB,Chipset Intel G31, DDR2 1GB RAM 333MHz Frequency, 3 Dell Monitor and 3 Lenovo Monitor

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2.        2 UPS Input:230Vac, 50/60 Hz,2.4A

Output: 600VA/360W/2.4A, single phase

APC/ Back-UPS RS 600 UPS 07
3. COMSOL comsol 4.2a license
4. INTELLISUITE Sridutt Technology Pvt Ltd 8.7 license
5. COVENTORWARE Coventor 20012 license
  • Perpetual licensed softwares such as COMSOL, Coventorware, Intellisuite provided by IISC, Bangalore.
  • Full licensed version of MATLAB.