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About

Division of Electronics & Communication Engineering

Department Website
From outside NSIT : http://ece.nsit.ac.in
Inside NSIT : http://ece.nsit.ac.in

 

General Information

The ECE curriculum provides a wide perspective of the field of electronics and allows the student to decide his future directions. As can be expected, student often diverge into related fields such as computer engineering. The ECE branch provides the perfect ground and flexibility for student who wish to go into other streams.

From the very beginning, the ECE division has taken the lead in establishing well- equipped and modern Lab facilities as well as initiating Ph.D programs and Research and Development in the Institute. The ECE division has produced several Ph.D's in the areas of its activities. Regular Masters's program in the specified areas of Signal Processing, Digital Systems and VLSI Design and Communication Systems are planned out of which the first one has already started since August 1999.

Students from the ECE branch often decide to pursue post-graduate studies, showing their ability to continue research in diverse areas. This illustrates the success of the institute in providing a solid base for serious research and development work. Our students are often accepted into the best institute in India such as IIT's and IISc. Bangalore. A number of students also continue post graduate study at the masters and Ph.D levels in reputed universities in the US.

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Curriculum

Ever since its inception, the ECE division has followed a curriculum that provides many advantages to the student. The course material is diverse and provides the engineer-to-be with a truly holistic view of life in general and technology in particular. The curriculum for the first year of the course is same for all the branches. The diversity of the curriculum becomes evident after the first year. The course consists of sufficient papers on all major fields of engineering - Electrical Engineering, Computer Science and Control engineering. The final two years however, are devoted, almost entirely, to advanced topics in Electronics and Communication Engg., such as Digital Signal Processing, Microwave engineering and Bipolar and MOS Analog IC design. The faculty has diverse interests and this encourages the students to follow any areas of their choice.

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Laboratories

The NSIT is known for having very good and advanced laboratory facilities which are totally accessible to all students and the ECE Department has some of the best lab facilities. Students get easy access to the labs and are free to work on any projects they like in conjunction with the faculty. Some of the most important labs are :

Electronics Lab I/II

This lab is used in basic Electronics courses for the students of all the four streams. The laboratory has a large number of basic equipments.

Digital Integrated CircuitsLab I/II

The lab is used for practical works related to Digital Circuits & Systems, Computer Systems and architecture and Microprocessor applications. Students learn about various integrated circuits families (TTL, CMOS) as well as ROM, EROMS and RAM. A number of 8085/8086 Trainer kits are available for teaching Microprocessor applications.

Micro Processor Lab I/II

The Microprocessor lab is used by undergraduate students of the institute to perform experiments based on 8085 microprocessor kits and peripheral boards. The lab is equipped with 8085 kits, 8051 kits, AVR RISC microcontroller kits and TI DSP kits. The laboratory also offers the use of a few P-IV computers for 8085 assembler, AVR assembler and debugger and C cross compiler.

This laboratory is being developed mainly for use by the M. Tech (Signal Processing) students and for research and development in embedded systems. Currently, the students use AVR evaluation kits. Use of 32-bit ARM evaluation and development kits is being planned.

Analog Integrated Circuits Lab I/II

This lab contains facilities to conduct experimental work related to Bipolar and MOS Analog Integrated Circuits, Linear integrated Circuits.

Communication Engineering (CE) Lab

The (CE) lab has been started to offer facilities to the students and faculty members engaged in research, development and consultancy in the areas of communication, signal processing and related fields. The existing facilities includes :

  • Analog and Digital storage Oscilloscopes
  • Programmable function generators
  • Spectrum analyser/ Logic Analyser
  • Programmable RLC tester
  • Programmable Curve Tracer
  • White Noise test set
  • Digital Transmission analyser
  • Frequency and time interval analyser
  • Computer simulation of experiments

Microwave Lab

Experiments setup in the microwave lab strengthen the concept of generation, transmission and reception of microwave signals as well as functions of various components used in microwave systems. An Integrated test systems based on network analyser HP 8510B is available for precision measurement, consultancy and R&D activities.

Digital Signal Processing Lab

 

The lab is used for practical works related to Digital Signal Processing, Image Processing and their applications. Students learn about various DSP algorithms and Digital Signal Processors.

 

 

 

This lab is equipped with excellent facilities for DSP. These include :

  • TMS 320 C6713 Digital Signal Processors
  • ADSP-2100 based systems
  • Arbitrary wave Generator
  • MATLAB
  • Digital oscilloscope upto 1 GHz
  • In Circuit Emulators (ICE) for ADSP chips
  • Multimedia workstations for image processing

The DSP Lab is witnessing active research in the following areas which has resulted publication of more than 50 papers in the international journals of repute:

  • Digital Signal Processing
  • Adaptive Signal Processing
  • Image Processing
  • Stochastic Nonlinear Filtering
  • Modeling Using Stochastic Differential Equations
  • MATLAB Simulation

 

Circuit Simulation Lab

This lab contains a number of HP & Compaq workstations and mainly deals with activities related to SPICE simulation of Electronic Circuits. This lab is also used as Post Graduate lab dealing with the courses in Digital System Design, Digital Image Processing and Analog MOS Integrated Circuits. The laboratory has all basic software tools such as MATLAB and SIMULINK (along with signal processing tools), VIEW LOGIC and MicroSim's Design Center (PSPICE).

 

 

Analog Signal Processing Research Lab

Analog Signal Processing Research Lab has the infrastructure for carrying out advanced research work in the area of Analog Integrated Circuits and Signal Processing. The facilities include:

  • HP Network Analyser
  • IEEE-488 programmable equipments from Keithly (Programmable Current/Voltage sourse, CV-Analyser and SMU's etc)
  • Four-Channel Digital Oscilloscopes
  • Semiconductor Wafer Prober
  • HP 4145B Semiconductor parameter analyser
  • HP3562A Dynamic Signal Analyser
  • Programmable curve tester
  • A number of IBM and Compaq PCs and workstations for PSPICE, MATLAB, MICROCAP III simulation.

The Lab is witnessing active research in the following areas which has resulted publication of more than 100 papers (from 1988 to till date) in the international journals of repute:

  • Bipolar and MOS Analog Integrated Circuits and Signal Processing
  • Filter Synthesis and Design
  • Current Mode Circuits and Techniques
  • Electronic Instrumentation
  • Chaotic Nonlinear Dynamical Circuits
  • SPICE Simulation and Modeling
  • Translinear/Log Domain Circuits

Advanced Communication Lab

The Advanced Communication Laboratory caters to the requirements of the Post Graduate students in the area of Communication and Signal Processing and Research Development activities in area of Communication Engineering.

 

PCB Design and Project Lab

PCB Design Lab is used for practical training on PCB fabrication as well as hardware related project work of final year students.

Telemetry and Computer Communication Lab

The Telemetry and Computer Communication Lab has been setup to cater to the requirement of laboratory work related to various theory courses on Data Communication and Computer Networking. The lab is equipped with 24 port switch, Two Dual processor Server, 24 Terminals, One Network printer, One laser jet printer, and a few Dot matrix printers. This lab also provides Internet facility to the students of ECE department. It is also being used as a departmental computational centre for faculty and students of Division of ECE which provides facilities for internet access, general computing and printing facilities.

 

Advance Circuit Design Lab

This lab contains a number of HP & Compaq workstations and mainly deals with activities related to SPICE simulation of Electronic Circuits. This lab is also used as Post Graduate lab dealing with the courses in Analog System Design and Analog MOS Integrated Circuits. The laboratory has all basic software tools such as MATLAB and SIMULINK (along with signal processing tools), VIEW LOGIC and MicroSim's Design Center (PSPICE).



Speech Processing Lab

 

The Speech processing Lab was originated in the year 2002.The idea behind the development of this lab was to facilitate the B.Tech and M.Tech students various tools and equipments which are required in the analysis of speech. The lab consists of equipments and software tools to facilitate research activities in the direction of present hot research area of speech processing such as Audio and video watermarking, data hiding, speech coding, speaker verification and identification and etc.

This lab is equipped with excellent facilities for DSP. These include :

  • Audio Visual WorkBench
  • MATLAB 7.0
  • Arbitrary wave Generator
  • Adobe Audition (Software tool for Audio Processing)
  • Digital oscilloscope upto 1 GHz
  • GIMP (tool for imag eprocessing)

Advanced Electronics Lab

 

This lab contains facilities to conduct experimental work related to Bipolar and MOS Analog Integrated Circuits. This lab contains a number of HP workstations and deals with activities related to SPICE simulation of Electronic Circuits. This lab is also used as Post Graduate lab dealing with the courses in Advanced Network Analysis, Filter Design and Analog MOS Integrated Circuits.

 

Advanced Computation Lab

 

Advanced Computation Laboratory is a general facility for the PG students of ECE Division.

 

Digital and Optical Communication Lab

 

The lab has been set up to cater to the experiments related to Optical Communication. The Lab. Is equipped with three sets of optical fiber trainer kits. This Lab has been developed under the MODROB scheme of AICTE.

Optical communication Research Lab

Optical networks are rapidly emerging due to the enormous bandwidth provided by the optical medium. Keeping in pace with the rapid development in technology, courses like Optical fiber and Computer Communication are being taught in the final year at the U.G. Level and Optical data processing at the P. G. level. This lab is being built to provide research facilities to the P.G. students. This Lab has been developed under the RPS scheme of AICTE.

 

CASP Research lab

The CASP Research lab. is a research laboratory which caters to advanced studies in signal processing for communications.  Wireless communication is one of the current areas of research. . This Lab has been developed under the MODROB scheme of AICTE.

 

 

Statistical Signal Processing Lab

The Statistical Signal Processing Laboratory caters to the requirements of the Post Graduate students in the area of Statistical Signal Processing and Research Development activities in area of Advance Signal Processing.

 

It may be mentioned that the lab facilities are not restricted to those mentioned above. Students may use all facilities of the institute regardless of their branch. Owing to the generality involved in the curriculum , students often use several other labs such as :

  • Advanced Information Systems & Networking lab
  • Computer Graphics/ Multimedia Laboratory
  • CAD Laboratory
  • Software Engineering Laboratory
  • Control Systems Laboratory

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Faculty

The ECE Division has a very cohesive, like-minded team whose members have strong commitment towards teaching and research. The current research areas of the department are Circuits and Systems, Bipolar and CMOS Analog Integrated circuits, Current Mode Signal Processing, Chaotic Nonlinear Dynamical Circuits, Simulation and Modeling, Digital Signal Processing, Analog and Digital Communication, Computer Communication and Electronic Switching.

The Faculty members of the division of the ECE have been quite active in research and have published over 200 research papers in the journals of the IEEE (USA), IEE (UK) and other reputed international journals during 1998-2010. Some faculty members of ECE division have also been awarded patents. Several faculty members of the division of ECE have served as Honorary editor and/or editorial reviewer, for a number of national and international journals in the areas of their specializations.

The list of the faculty is as follows :

  1. Dr. Raj Senani, Professor & Head
  2. Dr. Harish Parthasarathy, Professor
  3. Dr. (Ms.) Maneesha Gupta, Professor
  4. Ms. Sujata Sengar, Asstt. Professor & Associate Head:E-mail : sujata@nsit.ac.in
  5. Sh. Dhananjay Vasudeo Gadre, Asstt. Professor:E-mail : dvgadre@nsit.ac.in
  6. Dr. Shree Prakash Singh, Asstt. Professor
  7. Dr. (Ms.) Parul Garg, Asstt. Professor
  8. Sh. D.K. Upadhyay, Sr. Lecturer
  9. Ms. Jyotsna Singh, Sr. Lecturer
  10. Dr. Tarun Kr. Rawat, Lecturer :E-mail : tarun@nsit.ac.in

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Students

Bachelor of Engineering

The current intake of students B.E. Electronics and Communication Engineering is 120 .

Master of Technology

The current intake of students for M.Tech. (Full Time) Signal Processing is 18 and M.Tech. (Part Time) Signal Processing is 5.

Ph.D.

The list of Teaching cum Research Fellow (TRF) is given below:

 

S. No.

Name of TRF

Supervisor

Major Area

1.       

Akash Rathi

Prof. Harish Parthasarthy

Wave Propogation

2.       

Sridhar Iyer

Dr. S. P. Singh

Optical Communication

3.       

Kunwar Singh

Dr. Maneesha Gupta

Low Power and high performance flip-flops and their applications

4.       

Satish Chand Tiwari

Dr. Maneesha Gupta

Design of low power and high density flip-flops.

5.       

Richa Yadav

Dr. Maneesha Gupta

Design of fractional order differentiators and integrators.

STAFF

Apart from the facullty and students the deptt consists of a committed non-teaching staff including lab assistants, technitians, clerks etc. Their detailed listing is available here

SSA/SLA/Mechanics

  1. Sh. Vireshwar Sharma, SLA
  2. Sh. Manoj Kumar, Mech 'A'
  3. Sh. Satish Kumar, Mech 'A'
  4. Sh. Bhagat Singh, Mech 'A'
  5. Sh. Sanjeev Mehndiratta, Mech 'A'
  6. Sh. Sukhbir Singh, Mech 'C'

Office Staff

  1. Ms. Shashi Rawat, Jr. Steno
  2. Sh. Rajender Singh

Other Supporting Staff

  1. Sh. Suresh Kumar-II
  2. Sh. Vinod Kumar
  3. Sh. Ramdas Verma

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