Electronics Lab is equipped with most modern equipments.
- Basic of Electronics Lab
The basic electronics lab is one of the first electronics lab courses students will take. In this lab, students become familiar with making basic electrical measurements using laboratory instruments such as digital multimeters (DMMs), power supplies, function generators, and oscilloscopes. Once they’ve developed some competence in the use of these tools, students begin learning how basic components such as resistors, diodes, transistors, and operational amplifiers function. By the end of their lab coursework, students should be able to design, assemble, and use basic electronic circuits and have the skills necessary to measure and characterize their designs.
- Microprocessor Lab
Microprocessor laboratory is equipped with 8085 microprocessor kits, interfacing devices, Macro Assembler and IBM PC’s. The students gain programming skills in 8085 Assembly Language and Interfacing with various devices such as Stepper Motor, Analog-to-Digital converter, Seven Segment display. The students have in depth knowledge in writing and executing 8086 Assembly Language programs with 8086 Macro Assembler. Students also do C programs using IBM PC’s.
- Digital Signal Processing Lab
The DSP lab has both a software and a hardware component. In the software part, students carry out a number of computer experiments written in C or MATLAB, illustrating some of the fundamental concepts and applications of digital signal processing.
- Digital Electronics Lab
This course provides a lab that allows students the opportunity to enhance their understanding of digital electronics. Emphasis is placed on number systems, Boolean algebra, logic families, medium scale integration (MSI) and large scale integration (LSI) circuits, analog to digital (AD) and digital to analog (DA) conversion, and other related topics. Upon completion students should be able to demonstrate a general understanding of digital fundamentals.