ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGG.

Program Details

Electronics & Communication Engineering (Under Graduate)

VISION

  • Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering is committed to produce the competent engineers, capable of facing and exulting professional challenges by cultivating them with logical and practical acquaintance.

MISSION

  • To provide outstanding teaching learning environment.
  • To produce competent engineers by augmenting professional skills.
  • To nurture engineers with self-confidence and self-reliance for controlling the challenges and demands of industry in ethical manner.
  • To create favorable professionally and socially outstanding research environment.

PEO

  • Impart analytic and  thinking skills to develop initiatives and innovative ideas for Research, Industry and societal requirements.
  • Provide encouragement to become prosperous entrepreneurs in Engineering sector.
  • Be able to conquest various competitive examinations to pursue higher studies.

PSO

  • Practical knowledge and theoretical competence to solve real-world problems related to electronic devices and circuits, communication systems, digital systems, image and signal processing.
  • Adaptability to moving work environment, worthy interpersonal skills as a leader in a team to appreciate professional ethics and societal responsibilities.

Labs


1 To Study & Verify The Functionality Of Basic And Advance Logic Gates.
2 To Study And Perform  2 Input Basic Logic Gates Using  NAND Gate.
3 To Study And Perform 2 Input Basic Logic Gates Using NOR Gate.
4 To Develop Half Adder And  Full Adder Circuit  And Verify Its Operation.
5 To Develop And Verify 8  Bit Parallel Bit Adder Circuit And Verify Its Operation.
6 To Study And Verify The Truth Tables Of 8:1 Multiplexer .
7 To Verify The Operation Of 4 Bit Comparator Circuit.
8 To Study Truth Tables Of S-R And  J-K Flip-Flops.
9 To Study 4 Bit SISO, SIPO , PISO ,& PIPO shift   Register.
10 To Study The Operation Of  Counter.
1) Introduction and identification of microwave component.
2) Study of the characteristics of Reflex Klystron tube and to determine its electronic tuning range.
3) To Study  characteristics of Gunn Diode
4) To determine the standing wave ratio and reflection coefficient.
5) Measurement of unknown load impedance
6) Study of E plane Tee and H plane Tee
7) To measure SWR of ports, isolation and coupling coefficients of Magic Tee.
8) To measure Input VSWR, Insertion loss and isolation of circulator
9) Study of function of multi hole directional coupler 
10)To measure  the gain of a waveguide horn antenna.

Satellite Communication :
     1) Basic concepts of Satellite communication
2)Establishing a Direct Communication Link between Uplink,Transmitter and Downlink Receiver using Tone Signal
3)Setting up an Active Satellite Link and demonstrate Link Fail Operations
4)Establishing an Audio-Video Satellite Link between Transmitter and Receiver
5)Communicating ‘Voice’ Signal through Satellite Link
6)Changing different combinations of Uplink and Downlink Frequencies and to check the Communication Link
7)Transmitting & receiving three separate Signals (Audio, Video,Tone) simultaneously through satellite link
8)Transmitting & receiving Function Generator Waveforms through Satellite Link
9)Study the delay between Uplink transmitter and Downlink receiver during data transmission
10)To calculate the carrier to noise ratio for a satellite link
11)To calculate signal to noise ratio for a satellite link


Nirajkumar Chaudhari

Mr. Nirajkumar Chaudhari

Assistant Professor
RAKESH SONI

Mr. RAKESH SONI

Assistant Professor
SHANKAR PARMAR

Mr. SHANKAR PARMAR

Assistant Professor
ALKESHKUMAR  VAGHELA

Mr. ALKESHKUMAR VAGHELA

Assistant Professor

KISHOR BAMNIYA

Mr. KISHOR BAMNIYA

Assistant Professor
NILESH PATEL

Mr. NILESH PATEL

Assistant Professor
Alpesh Dhokia

Mr. Alpesh Dhokia

Assistant Professor