Electronics and Communications

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Electronics and Communications 2020-06-08T14:41:04+05:30
Dr.Chandrappa D.N
Dr.Chandrappa D.NProfessor and Head(incharge)

About ECE

The Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering became functional with the establishment of the Institution in the year 2007. Being the core branch in Engineering, it has a lot of potential in various sectors such as IoT, Telecommunication, Low power VLSI Design, Antenna Design, Electronics product Manufacturing, Hardware & Testing, and Information Technology sectors.

The Department is headed by Dr. Chandrappa D.N. supported by highly qualified and dedicated staff. The teaching and non teaching staff members who are experts in their own disciplines, aims at educating and training students with sound knowledge and awareness in the latest trends & technology of Electronics and Communication Engineering.

Being in-line with fast updating technology, the department has a well-designed curriculum and infrastructure to meet the needs. Being affiliated to VTU Belagavi, its constantly reviewed syllabus is presented to incorporate all the advancements in existing and emerging technologies. The state-of-the-art laboratories and sophisticated classrooms complement the high standards set by the competitive syllabus and nurture the inclination of the students towards research and development, motivating students to explore practical problems & provide an effective technical solution, boosting skills and knowledge by practical exposure and more.

The Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering has seen a significant growth over the last 06 years. The current student intake offered is 120. The Department has close interaction with stake holders and is continuously using their inputs for improvement of the curriculum and research facilities.

Vision,Mission and Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs)

Vision

To be a leading center of excellence in the field of electronics and communication engineering for learning and research with professional ethics.

Mission

  • To provide quality technical education for students to develop into globally competent professionals.
  • To develop a framework for collaboration and multidisciplinary activities to ensure ethical and value based education to address social needs.

Quality Policy

Our Quality Policy is to develop highly skilled human resources with the ability to adapt to an intellectually and technologically changing environment with the participative efforts of the management, staff, students and parents.

PESITM is committed to comply with ISO 9001 :2015 requirements and continually improve the quality of services and quality Management System.

Program Educational Objectives (PEO)
Electronics & Communication Engineering is a branch of engineering that incorporates skills and expertise needed in the industries. Bachelor’s program in Electronics & Communication Engineering is aimed at preparing graduates who will.

  • PEO 1: To develop the ability among students to understand the concept of core subjects.
  • PEO2: To give exposures to emerging technologies, adequate training and opportunities to work as team on multidisciplinary projects with effective communication skills.
  • PEO3: To cultivate ethical practices in Professional, Societal & Environmental needs by engaging in life-long learning.

Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs)
ECE graduates will be able to:

  • PSO1. Analyze and design analog & digital circuits or systems for a given specification and function.
  • PSO2. Implement functional blocks of hardware-software co-designs for signal processing and communication applications.

Program Outcomes (POs)

  1. Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization for the solution of complex engineering problems.
  2. Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
  3. Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for public health and safety and cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
  4. Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
  5. Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools, including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities, with an understanding of the limitations.
  6. The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal, and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
  7. Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
  8. Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
  9. Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
  10. Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with the society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
  11. Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
  12. Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

Teaching Faculty

Dr.Chaithanya Kumar M.V.
Dr.Chaithanya Kumar M.V.Professor
Dr.Gurava Reddy Avala
Dr.Gurava Reddy AvalaProfessor
Dr. M Manoj Kumar
Dr. M Manoj KumarProfessor
Dr.Madhavi
Dr.MadhaviAssociate Professor
Amith Kumar K.
Amith Kumar K.Assistant Professor
Nithin H. V.
Nithin H. V.Assistant Professor
Hanumanthappa Magalada
Hanumanthappa MagaladaAssistant Professor
Shyamala S. C.
Shyamala S. C.Assistant Professor
Mahendra S. Naik
Mahendra S. NaikAssistant Professor
Prashanth S. B.
Prashanth S. B.Assistant Professor
Chethan B. R.
Chethan B. R.Assistant Professor
Shashank Bhagwat
Shashank BhagwatAssistant Professor
Rashmi T. S.
Rashmi T. S.Assistant Professor
Shivayogappa H. J.
Shivayogappa H. J.Assistant Professor
Shivaprasad B. K.
Shivaprasad B. K.Assistant Professor
Vishwanath Muddi
Vishwanath MuddiAssistant Professor
Jagadish M.
Jagadish M.Assistant Professor
Kunjan D. Shinde
Kunjan D. ShindeAssistant Professor
Yogeesha G.
Yogeesha G.Assistant Professor
Pramod Rampur
Pramod RampurAssistant Professor
Vishnu V.M.
Vishnu V.M.Assistant Professor

Non – Teaching Faculty

Lingaraja R. S.
Lingaraja R. S.Instructor
Halaswamy K. E.
Halaswamy K. E.Instructor
Priyanka C.N.
Priyanka C.N.Instructor
The Department has the following well developed laboratories:

➢ Analog Electronic Circuits Laboratory
➢ Analog and Digital Communications Laboratory
➢ VLSI-CAD Laboratory
➢ Microprocessor Laboratory
➢ Microcontroller Laboratory
➢ HDL Laboratory
➢ Power Electronics Laboratory

Our laboratories have latest software like IE3D, Cadence, Matlab, Xilinx and Edwin XP which enables the students to analyze and design electronic circuits in a creative manner. More than 100 computers are available in the Department which are supported by two 60 KVA generators and UPS backup.

Laboratory Details:

Room No: 1F20-A                                ECE-LABORATORY  1
Laboratory  Conducted DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING LABORATORY /COMPUTER NETWORK LABORATORY
Faculty In-charge Mr. Vishwanath Muddi,  Assistant Professor
Laboratory  In-charge Mrs. Nagashree B,  Instructor
Laboratory  Area 75.50 Sq. Mt.
Computers Specification Number of Computers:23

RAM: 2GB

HDD:  160GB, 320GB

Processor: Dual Core.

Operating System and Development Tools Fedora 64 bit, Windows  XP 64 bit

CC Studio, NCTUNs, MATLAB R2017b (9.3.0).

Room No: 1F20-C                                ECE-LABORATORY  2
Laboratory  Conducted VLSI  LABORATORY /EMBEDDED CONTROLLER LABORATORY
Faculty In-charge Mr. Shivaprasad B K, Assistant Professor
Laboratory  In-charge Ms. Sneha B M,Instructor
Laboratory  Area 75 Sq. Mt.
Computers Specification Number of Computers:24

RAM: 2GB, 4GB.

HDD:  160 GB, 320GB.

Processor: Core i3.

Operating System and Development Tools WINDOWS XP 64 bit, RED HAT6.

Keil µvision 4, Flash Magic, CADENCE Design suit 6.1.6.

Room No: 1F26-A                             ECE-LABORATORY  3
Laboratory  Conducted ANALOG  CIRCUIT LABORATORY / ELECTRONIC DEVICE AND INSTRUMENTATION LABORATORY
Faculty In-charge Mr. Chethan B R, Assistant Professor
Laboratory  In-charge Mr. Halaswamy K E, Foreman
Laboratory  Area 75 Sq. Mt.
Computers Specification Number of Computers:5

RAM: 1GB

HDD:  160GB.

Processor: Dual Core

Name and  Specifications of  Equipment/Computers Dual channel CRO: Good Will Instek GOS-630 FC,30 MHz

2 channel colour  LCD Display,

Dual Power Supply:0-30V-1.5A,0-40V-2A ,Voltmeter (0-200V),(0-20V),(0-2V),Ammeter (0 -2 mA),(0-20mA), (0-200mA),

Function Generator: 3 MHz with Voltage Display

,DC Power Supply : 2 Channel 180W.

Operating System and Development Tools WINDOWS XP 64 Bit,

eSim

Room No: 1F26-C                         ECE-LABORATORY  4
Laboratory  Conducted ADVANCED COMMUNICATION LABORATORY
Faculty In-charge Mr. Mahendra S Naik, Assistant Professor
Laboratory  In-charge Mr. Halaswamy K E,Foreman
Laboratory  Area 75 Sq. Mt.
Computers Specification Number of Computers:5

RAM: 1GB.

HDD:  160GB.

Processor: Dual Core

Name and  Specifications of

Equipment/

Computers

Digital Storage Oscilloscope: 25 MHz:Falcon,TechniLab ,MicroLab

Microwave Test bench frequency 8.22 to 12.4 GHz. Microstrip Antenna Trainer Kit, X band Microstrip Components, Microwave Signal Source frequency 4.00 to 6.00 GHz.

PCM Generation & Detection Using CODEC Chip Kit, ASK, FSK, PSK, DPSK, QPSK, TDM Modulation & Demodulation Kits, Fiber optics trainer kit, TDM MODULES.

Operating System and Development Tools WINDOWS XP 64 Bit,

MATLAB R2017b(9.3.0) Version

Room No: 1F31-A                         ECE-LABORATORY  5
Laboratory  Conducted DIGITAL SYSTEM DESIGN LABORATORY
Faculty In-charge Dr. Madhavi M, Associate Professor
Laboratory  In-charge Mr.Lingaraj R S, Instructor
Laboratory  Area 75 Sq. Mt.
Computers Specification Number of Computers:03

RAM: 1GB.

HDD:  160GB.

Processor: Dual Core.

Name and

Specifications of

Equipment/Computers

Digital Trainer Kit

Digital IC Tester

Linear IC Tester

Operating System and Development Tools Windows  XP 64 bit

CEDAR Logic.

Room No: 1F31-C                         ECE-LABORATORY  6
Laboratory  Conducted HDL LABORATORY /MICROCONTROLLER LABORATORY
Faculty In-charge Mr. Kunjan D Shinde, Assistant Professor
Laboratory  In-charge Ms. Priya K, Instructor
Laboratory  Area 75 Sq. Mt.
Computers Specification Number of Computers:22

RAM: 1GB.

HDD:  160GB.

Processor: Dual Core.

Name and

Specifications of

Equipment/

Computers

Universal Multi-Vendor Development Kit, Xilinx FPGA Kits -400K Gate Density, 10KVA UPS, D-Link 24 port 10/100 switches, 4 unit rack, D-Link Category 6 Cable Box.

AT89C51 Microcontroller kit,MSP 430 kit,Stepper motor, DC Motor, Matrix key board, LCD, LED Display,10KVA UPS,D-Link 24 port 10/100 switches, 4 unit rack, D-Link Category 6 Cable Box.

Operating System and Development Tools Windows XP 64 bit.

Xlinx ISE 9.2i, RIDE.

Room No: 1F26-C                         ECE-LABORATORY  4
Laboratory  Conducted Project Laboratory
Faculty In-charge Dr. Madhavi M.Associate Professor
Laboratory  In-charge Mr. Lingaraj R S. Instructor
Laboratory  Area 75 Sq. Mt.
Computers Specification Number of Computers:03

RAM: 1GB.

HDD:  320GB.

Processor: Dual Core.

Name and

Specifications of

Equipment/

Computers

Digital Trainer Kit

Digital IC Tester

Linear IC Tester

Operating System and Development Tools Windows  XP 64 bit

CEDAR Logic. MATLAB R2017b (9.3.0), Xilinx, Cadence.

Room No: 1F35                            ECE-Research & Development Center
Laboratory  Conducted R&D Center
Faculty In-charge Dr. Madhavi M.Associate Professor
Laboratory  In-charge Mr. Lingaraj R S. Instructor
Laboratory  Area 75 Sq. Mt.
Computers Specification Number of Computers:02

RAM: 4GB.

HDD:  1TB.

Processor: Core i5.

Name and

Specifications of

Equipment/

Computers

Digital Trainer Kit

Digital IC Tester

Linear IC Tester

Operating System and Development Tools Windows  XP 64 bit

CEDAR Logic, MATLAB R2017b (9.3.0), Xilinx, Cadence design suit 6.1.6.

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