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School of Engineering and Applied Science (SEAS) has more than 300 terminals to be used by the students in different Labs along with licenses for a number of software applications.
Major Areas for laboratory purpose (Subject wise): Introduction of computer programming, Object oriented programing, Software engineering, Database Management system, Digital Design, Engineering Graphics.
Software Detail of SEAS: Matlab 2015b, Cadence, National Instrument 2015 (full version with Hardware kits), Auto CAD(Student Versions), Oracle, Xilinx ISE 14.7, Code Composure Studio V6.0.
Communication is an essential to modern society as electricity, providing both connectivity (cell phone, WiFi, Internet) and storage (hard drive, flash memory). The field of communications spans signals processing and error control coding for transceiver design, information theory to identify fundamental performance benchmarks for different systems, the design and analysis of different networking protocols. Signal processing, which refers to hardware and software to produce, transform and analyze signals (e.g., radio waves, sound, image, video, EEG, MRI), is a fundamental tool in every discipline in engineering and the sciences. Sophisticated digital signal processing algorithms, the cost of implementing which has been driven down leveraging Moore's law, are at the core of an ever increasing number of devices, including communications devices (cell phones, WiFi), digital music/video players, televisions, GPS receivers, radar and sonar systems, and medical imaging and monitoring.
Communication LAB at IET is developed for Communication and Signal Processing (CSP) domain related Laboratory work activities for different subjects and also for R & D activities. The students will get exposure to sophisticated software tools such as LABView, Xilinx ISE, Code Composure Studio, MATLAB, Scilab etc. and development kits such as NI Developments boards, DSP Processors, Xilinx FPGA kits. Using these resources students can develop different applications, algorithms, prototypes and Models for different areas of communication and signal processing.
Major Thrust Areas for laboratory purpose (Subject wise): Signals and System, Analog and Digital Communication, Wireless communication, Digital Signal Processing, Elective courses like Mobile communication, Image Processing, Machine learning and VLSI Signal Processing etc.
Major Thrust Areas for Research and Development: For project across the courses in B.Tech, B.Tech Final year Project, For project based on specialized elective subject, Ph.D Work for based on CSP research area, for Sponsored R & D project Activities.
Software tools available: National Instruments Software Bundle 2015 (Includes Labview 2015 and other utility software/drivers), MATLAB R2015b, Xilinx ISE 14.7, Code Composure Studio V6.0, GNU Radio, Scilab.
Hardware Resources: NI myRIO Board with Mechatronics and Embedded Kit/ Accessories (Qty-4), NI cRIO 9063 with chassis and related accessories (Qty-1), NI USRP RIO- 2953R (Qty-1), NI Virtual Bench with accessories (Qty-10), Ettus research N210 USRP (Qty-4), Ettus research X310 USRP (Qty-1); Wide range of daughter boards, various antenna sets, GPS octo-clock etc. from Ettus research for USRP;
TI DSP processor TMS320C6748 + OMAP L318 (Qty-2).
Academic programs on 'Data Analytics' are newly developed interdisciplinary programs that combine applied mathematics, statistics, computer science and various business domains or verticals like finance, marketing, supply chain, agriculture, e-commerce etc. In today's increasingly competitive marketplace, organizations need individuals with the requisite skills to transform the growing amount of industry, product, and customers' behavioral data into actionable information to support strategic and tactical decision making. The focus is on how "big data" can be used to help decision makers improve organizational competitiveness.
Major Areas for laboratory purpose (Subject wise): Data Mining, Data Analytics, Big Data Analytics, Data Visualization, High-Performance Computing.
Electronics is widely used in information processing, communication system, and signal processing. The ability of electronic devices to act as switches makes digital information processing possible.
Electronics is the science of how to control electric energy, energy in which the electrons have a fundamental role. Electronics deals with electrical circuits that involve active electrical components such as vacuum tubes, transistors, diodes and integrated circuits, and associated passive electrical components and interconnection technologies. Commonly, electronic devices contain circuitry consisting primarily or exclusively of active semiconductors supplemented with passive elements; such a circuit is described as an electronic circuit.
Today, most electronic devices use semiconductor components to perform electron control. The study of semiconductor devices and related technology is considered a branch of solid-state physics, whereas the design and construction of electronic circuits to solve practical problems come under electronics engineering. Interconnection technologies such as circuit boards, electronics packaging technology, and other varied forms of communication infrastructure complete circuit functionality and transform the mixed components into a regular working system.
Electronics LAB at IET is developed for Laboratory work activities for different subjects and also for R & D activities like basic electronics, embedded system design, mechatronics etc. The students will get exposure to basic hardware utilities like function generator, oscilloscopes and different power supplies while development kits such as Microprocessors, Microcontrollers, digital logic design boards and Xilinx FPGA kits. Using these resources students can develop different applications, hardware prototypes and Models for different areas of Analog and digital electronics.
Major Thrust Areas for laboratory purpose (Subject wise): Basic Electronics, Digital Electronics, Embedded System Design, Computer Organization (Microprocessor laboratory), Mechatronics.
Major Thrust Areas for Research and Development: For project across the courses in B.Tech, B.Tech Final year Project and for Sponsored R & D project activities.
Software tools available: AVR Studio and Programmer, Logisim, Xilinx ISE.
Hardware Resources and Facilties: Atmega-16 Microcontrollers, Atmega-32 Microcontrollers, Dynalog Microprocessor 8085 kits, Dynalog Digital Logic design kits, Oscilloscopes, Function Generator, Power supply and Multi-meters; all Basic utilities related to electronics components, soldering Bench.
The VLSI and Embedded Systems Lab (jointly with the Electronics Lab) provides all the hardware and software resources useful for laboratory experiments and project activities related to various core and elective courses, such as: Digital Design, Computer Organization, Embedded System Design, VLSI Design, VLSI Sub-system Design, BTech Projects, etc. Some of the available resources are listed below: