Division of Electronics and Communications Engineering

Labs


Location: 220, Block IV (Division of Electronics and Communication Engineering)

General information about the lab
Analog Signal Processing Research Lab has the infrastructure for carrying out advanced research work in the broad areas of Analog Integrated Circuits and Signal Processing. The Lab has been a center of active research activities in the areas of Bipolar and CMOS Analog Integrated Circuits and Signal Processing, Current Mode Circuits and Techniques, Chaotic Nonlinear Dynamical Circuits and Translinear/Log-domain Circuits.

Facilities available (software, hardware)
The facilities include: HP8751A Network Analyzer, A number of IEEE-488 programmable equipments from Keithley which include Programmable Current/Voltage sources, CV-Analyzers and SMUs etc., Four-Channel Digital Oscilloscopes, HP4145B Semiconductor parameter analyzer, HP3562A Dynamic Signal Analyzer, 370A Sony-Tektronix Programmable Curve tester and a number of other standard testing equipments. Besides this, the lab also has a number of PCs connected to the Lab network as well as Institute network for working with MATLAB, Tanner Tools, Cadence Orcad SPICE version 16.3, Cadence Design suite and a number of other circuit analysis software packages (Courtesy: University of Arizona, USA).

Location: Room No.: 101 , Block-IV

General information about the lab
The focus of the Microwave Engineering Laboratory at Division of Electronics and Communication Engineering, NSIT Delhi has been the development and use for scientific studies of microwave frequencies. Our major areas of research involve the designing of microwave filters and antennas for different signal processing applications. This lab is regularly used for UG and PG students.
Facilities available

  1. Simulators:
    • IE3D
    • MICIAN
  2. Instruments:
    • Network Analyzer (HP 8510B)
    • Sweep Oscillator (HP 8350B)
    • Signal Generators
    • Microwave Frequency Meters
    • Microwave Power Meters
    • VSWR Meters
    • Field Strength Measurement Systems
    • Standard Gain Antennas
    • Microwave Benches

Location: Room No.: 102 & 103 Block IV

General information about the lab
The lab caters to the undergraduate students for the practicals based on digital circuits and systems.

Facilities available: Digital trainer kits, Desktops, printers etc.

Location: Room No.: 25, Block-IV

General information about the lab
The lab helps students both UG & PG for carrying out their project works.

Facilities available: PCB fabrication tools, desktops, printers

Location: Room No.: 25(A), Block-IV

General information about the lab
The research fellows working in the area of wireless communication carry their research in the lab. The output of the lab is in terms of numerous research papers published in reputed journals.

General information about the lab
The lab was set up to cater to the experiments needed in the subject entitled "Optical Fibers" (EC-413) an elective taught in VIIth semester ECE students and Optical data processing (SP-515) an elective taught to M.Tech students. At present the lab is equipped with three Fiber optic trainer kits, three numbers of function generator, Digital storage oscilloscope and ten user academic license network version OptSim simulator.

General information about the lab
The Telemetry and Computer communication (TCC) Lab has been established to provide Internet access and general computing facility to the students of the department and also to provide lab support for the theory course entitled "Computer communication and Electronic Switching" taught to final year BE (ECE) students in VIII semester. At present the lab is equipped with 24 PCs, a server, Five sets of LAN trainer kits, 50 users network version MATLAB software.

General information about the 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. The lab is being built to provide research facilities to the P.G. students. The lab is equipped with OptSim simulator, Optiwave simulator and PCs.

Location: Room No. 130, Block IV

General information about the lab
Digital Signal Processing Lab has the infrastructure for carrying out UG and PG experiments in the areas of Signal Processing and Image Processing. Lab also has been a center of active research activities in the areas of Digital Signal Processing, Image Processing and Optimization techniques. So far, more than 50 research papers have been published in reputed international journals.

Facilities available (software, hardware)
The facilities include: TMS 320 C6713 Digital Signal Processors, ADSP-2100 based systems, Spectrum Analyzer, Arbitrary waveform generator, MATLAB software, Digital oscilloscope upto 1 GHz, In Circuit Emulators (ICE) for ADSP chips, Multimedia workstations for image processing. Besides this, the lab also has a number of PCs connected to the Lab network as well as Institute network for working with MATLAB.

Location: Room No. 216, Block IV

General information about the lab
Circuit Simulation Lab deals with activities related to SPICE simulation of Electronic Circuits. It has the infrastructure for carrying out UG and PG experiments in the areas of Analog Integrated Circuits and Signal Processing.

Facilities available (software, hardware)
This lab has a number of PCs connected to the Lab network as well as Institute network for working with MATLAB, Tanner Tools, Cadence Orcad SPICE version 16.3, Cadence Design suite and a number of other circuit analysis software packages.

Location: Room No. 218, Block IV

General information about the lab
AIC Lab contains facilities to conduct experimental work related to Bipolar and MOS Analog Integrated Circuits. It has the infrastructure for carrying out UG and PG experiments in the areas of Linear Integrated Circuits and BiMOS AICs.

Facilities available
The facilities include: Digital Oscilloscopes, Digital Storage Oscilloscopes, Dual Trace Oscilloscope, Frequency Counter, Digital Multimeters, Function Generators, Arbitrary Programmable Function Generators, Linear IC Trainer, Triple Output DC Power Supply and a number of other standard testing equipments.

Location: Room No. 12A & 12B, Block-IV

General information about the lab
Electronics Laboratory (I, II) engages undergraduate students of 3rd and 4th semester of all divisions of NSIT. Students are encouraged to perform basic experiments related to diodes, transistors and op-amps which aids in understanding of the circuit behavior at component level. The experiments range from realization of clippers, clampers, voltage regulators as applications of diodes to implementation of amplifiers, filters and oscillators of various types using BJTs, MOSFETs and op-amps.

Facilities available
The lab is equipped with all the modern electronic testing, measuring and other equipments like TDS series Digital real time Oscilloscope (DSO), AFG 3000 series Digital Arbitrary Function Generators, Dual DC power supply, Digital Multimeters, UPS (10 KVA), Digital & Analog IC Tester and Bread Board etc.

Location: Room No. 16 & 18, Block-IV

General information about the lab
Advanced Electronics Laboratory & Electronics Research Laboratory have been setup specifically for UG/PG students and research scholars for conducting research in the domain of low power, low voltage and high performance design of integrated circuits and systems.

Facilities available
In Advanced Electronics Laboratory & Electronics Research Laboratory, various simulation software are available such as ORCAD Circuit Simulator, Software (RHEL, ESV4), EDA software Mentor Graphics (25 User), EDA software Tanner Tools PRO (5 User), HP Desktop PCs and laser Jet Printer, UPS (5 KVA) etc.

Location: Room No. 15, Block-IV

General information about the lab
VLSI Design Laboratory has been setup in order to facilitate PG students and research scholars (TRFs) to conduct cutting edge research in the field of analog and mixed-signal integrated circuit design, SoC design and emerging technologies in the VLSI domain. It is also intended to validate the simulation results of the proposed circuits and optimization techniques by establishing appropriate collaborations with the foundries very soon.

  1. High performance Analog CMOS integrated circuit design
  2. Digital CMOS integrated circuit design and CAD for VLSI design
  3. Integrated circuit design using memristors

Facilities available
The equipments and software available in the Advanced Electronics Laboratory & Electronics Research Laboratory are used on a sharing basis. It is intended to execute renewal of Cadence EDA tools, and purchase of Synopsys EDA software package along with device simulation software, Silvaco TCAD 3D, for rapid expansion of the laboratory in the immediate future.

Location: Room No. 214, Block-IV

General information about the lab

The Communication/Advanced Communication Labs cater to the laboratory courses related to the communication courses of all the divisions of NSIT. The Lab curriculum has been designed so that students are able to gain hands-on experience using modern testing equipment, technology and MATLAB software.

The objective of these lab. courses is to learn how to generate and process analog and digital communication signals using signal processing algorithms in Matlab and the trainers boards, which use a unique block diagram approach for building experiments.. Observe and interpret the impact of channel impairments such as noise, power limitation and finite bandwidth on different communication methods and signals.


Facilities available
  • 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
  • Elecomm. Trainer and modeling systems
  • Digital Transmission analyzer
  • MATLAB S/W

Location:Room No. 125, Block IV

General information about the lab
This Lab was setup using a grant obtained from AICTE under the MOSROBS scheme. The Communication and Signal Processing Research Lab undertakes research in the are of wireless communication and signal processing techniques for communication.

Location:Room No. 125, Block IV

General information about the lab
This Lab was setup with the aim to create a general computing facility mainly for PG/Research students and faculty. The laboratory is open to all PG/Research students and faculty throughout the day. PG/Research students are encouraged to use the lab to perfect their computing skills whenever they have time to spare.