Faculty in charge : Nisha Varghese

Lab in charge : Vipin Roy

Electronics Engineering Workshop provides a basic introduction of electronic hardware systems and provides hands-on training with familiarization, identification, testing, assembling, dismantling, fabrication and repairing such systems by making use of the various tools and elab2instruments available in the Electronics Workshop. Experiments-for the Familiarization and testing of electronic components (Active, Passive, Electrical, Electronic, Electro-mechanical, Wires, Cables, Connectors, Fuses, Switches, Relays, etc. ), instruments (Multimeter, Function Generator, Power supply, CRO); Familiarization, design and fabrication of a single sided PCB; Inter-connection methods and soldering practice; Assembling of electronic circuit/system on general purpose PCB, test and show the functioning- are the experiments conducted in this lab.

List of  Experiments

1.Familiarization/identification of electronic components with specifications like connectors, fuses, elabswitches, relays, displays etc.

  1. Familiarization of electronic systems like TV, DTH, CCTV, CRO, FG, CATV ETC.

3.Testing of electronic components : resistor, capacitor, diode, transistors, UJT & JFET using multimeter.

  1. Interconnection methods and soldering practice.
  2. LED blinking circuit using astable multi-vibrator with transistor BC 107
  3. RC coupled amplifier with transistor BC 107.

Faculty in charge : Sonu Kunjannamma Varghese

Lab in charge : Jincy Rose

The Electronic Design and Automation Laboratory works under the Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering. The Lab caters to the requirement of the students with respect to various lab sessions. Electronics lab is well equipped with the latest signal generators, oscilloscopes, measuring instruments etc. The lab has all the required equipment and consumables to carry out the experiments as per the syllabus as well as beyond the syllabus. Guidance is provided to the students by a team of expert faculty and lab technicians.


List of Experiments

  1. Characteristics of diodes,transistors
  2. Frequency responses of RC LPF and HPF
  3. Rextifiers – half wave , full wave , bridge with and without filter- ripple factor and regulation
  4. Clipping and clamping circuits
  5. Differential amplifiers using BJT and MOSFET- measurement of CMRR
  6. Cascade amplifiers- frequency response
  7. Measurement of Op-amp, parameters
  8. Astable , monostable and Schmitt trigger circuit using Op-amps
  9. Wein bridge oscillator using Op-amp with amplitude stabilization and amplitude control, RC phase shift oscillator
  10. Study of 555 and astable , monostable multivibrator using 555

Faculty-in-charge: Ms. Anju S. George

Lab-in-charge: Ms. Anila Sebastian


The objective of this lab is to perform various experiments to consolidate basic knowledge in digital electronics. Digital IC technology advances year by year at a rate which is unimaginable for other areas of technology. But the basic knowledge remains the same. Every digital system, no matter how complex it is, is built from logic gates and flip-flops. Digital Electronics Lab provides a platform for the students to have hands on experience with digital ICs. The students will be able to have a better understanding about the concepts learned and they will gain experience in designing, testing and realizing digital circuits. The lab is equipped with digital training kits which were developed in-house.


List of experiments done in Digital Electronics Lab

  1. Study of Logic Gates: Truth-table verification of OR, AND, NOT, XOR, NAND and NOR gates.
  2. Implementation of the given Boolean function using logic gates in both SOP and POS forms.
  3. Design and Realization of half, full adder or subtractor using basic gates and universal gates.
  4. Flip Flops: Truth-table verification of JK Master Slave FF, T and D FF.
  5. Asynchronous Counter: Realization of 4-bit up counter and Mod-N counters.
  6. Synchronous Counter: Realization of 4-bit up/down counter and Mod-N counter.
  7. Shift Register: Study of shift right, SIPO, SISO, PIPO, PISO and shift left operations
  8. Ring counter and Johnson Counter.
  9. Design examples using Multiplexer and De multiplexer.
  10. LED Display: Use of BCD to 7 Segment decoder / driver chip to drive LED display
  11. Static and Dynamic Characteristic of NAND gate (both TTL and MOS)

Faculty in Charge : Ms. Anu Antony, Assistant Professor

Lab in Charge : Mr. Vineesh K, Lab Instructor

Focus on the fundamentals in the field of Communication Engineering is very important as it enables the students in coping up with the ever ec4evolving technology. A Chinese proverb states that “I Hear and I Forget, I See and I Remember, I Do and I Understand”.The Communication Laboratory facilitates the students to understand the basic concepts by providing hands on exercises with Analog Communication circuits. The fundamental concepts such as amplitude and frequency modulation, pulse modulation techniques, filters, oscillators, super heterodyne receiver, time division multiplexing, phase locked loop, signalling techniques like ASK, FSK, PSK are implemented in the lab to reinforce the basic principles introduced during theory lessons.The Laboratory is equipped with Cathode Ray Oscilloscopes, Storage Oscilloscopes, Function Generators, Power Supplies and a demo kit to demonstrate Amplitude Modulation & Demodulation. It has a well stocked store of discrete components and Analog and Digital Integrated circuits to cater to the experiments executed in the lab.

List of Experiments

  1. Amplitude modulator – measurement of modulation index
  2. Amplitude demodulator
  3. Study of PLL and VCO ICs
  4. Frequency modulator using VCO
  5. Frequency & DSB-SC demodulator
  6. Tuned amplifier
  7. Mixer
  8. AGC
  9. Study of 8083
  10. Spectral analysis of AM and FM

Faculty in Charge : Naibin George

Lab in Charge : Anila Sebastin

This lab provides experience on programming and testing of few electronic circuits using 8086 and 8051 simulator. Also there are some interface experiments between trainer kit and personal computers, which will  makes the students to learn the basic interfacing concepts such as ADC/DAC interface, stepper motor interface, display interface, relay interface etc.

List of  Experiments

  1. Programming experiments using 8086 (MASM) like sum of N numbers, sorting, factorial of a number, concatenation of  2 strings, square, square root & Fibonacci series.
  2. Programming experiments using 8051 simulator (KEIL) such as addition & subtraction , multiplication & division, matrix addition, multiplication by shift and add method.
  3. Interface experiments using trainer kit/ direct down loading the programs from personal computer like ADC/DAC interface, stepper motor interface, frequency measurement, wave form generation, relay interface.

Faculty in charge : Nithya Francis

Lab in charge : Vineesh KAC

Advanced Communication Lab provides support for training the students in the area of communication engineering. The circuits performing the analog and pulse modulation schemes are experimented on bread boards. Microwave test bench (Klystron tube) and the dipole antenna setup are the highlights of this lab. Modulation and demodulation in both analog and pulse domain, studying the characteristics of klystron tube and VSWR measurement, plotting the radiation pattern of dipole antenna are some of the important experiments conducted in this lab.

List of Experiments

  1. Delta modulation & demodulation
  2. Sigma delta modulation
  3. PCM using op-amp and DAC
  4. BASK, BPSK,BFSK modulator & demodulator (using analog switch)
  5. Error checking and correcting codes
  6. Microwave experiments
  7. Matlab experiments like MSE estimation of signals, Huffman coding & decoding, implementation of LMS algorithm.

Faculty In-charge : Dr. Arun Joy

Lab in charge : Vipin Royec5

The system lab in AISAT is a fully air-conditioned laboratory designed to perform computer simulations of key aspects of Signal processing and communication engineering. It comprise of 33 PCs for students on which simulation softwares like MATLAB, MASM, Keil and LTspice are installed. The laboratory also has a research room equipped with 4 PCs for faculty members

pursuing research. This lab is designed such that it can also function as a smart classroom and seminar room. Every year, basic introductory classes on simulation tools for Electronics and telecommunications are conducted for students using the facilities provided in the lab.

List of Experiments

  1. Generation of waveforms (continuous and discrete)
  2. Verification of sampling theorem
  3. Time and frequency response of LTI systems
  4. Implement linear convolution and circular convolution of two sequences
  5. To find the DFT, IDFT, DCT, IDCT,FFT,IFFT for the given input sequence
  6. FIR, IIR filter design

Faculty-in-charge: Ms. Suchitra S. Rao

Lab in charge : Vipin Roy

The objective of this lab is to perform different experiments to get a thorough knowledge of the various gates and circuits used in VLSI Design. They get to design the digital circuits in different modeling styles. To add on, they are also exposed to the embedded world using PIC where-in one can program PIC for several functions or can interface it with outside world.

The students will be able to have a better understanding about the concepts learned and they will gain experience in designing, testing and implementing digital circuits. The lab is equipped with Simulation software’s like Xilinx ISE/Vivado and FPGA/PIC Boards.

List of  Experiments

  1. Verilog implementation of multiplexer, demultiplexer, full adder & full subtractor, decoder
  2. Using structural modeling implement 4:1 multiplexer using 2:1 multiplexer, four bit full adder using one bit full adder, 4 bit counters
  3. Using behavioural modelling implement D flip flop, J K flip flop
  4. Using switch level modellimg implement one bit full adder, multiplexer, CMOS AND gate , CMOS OR gate

Faculty-in-charge: Michael George

Staff-in-charge: Vineesh Kec10ec8

Prototype development lab is a unique laboratory that facilitates the research and development of electronic products. This lab helps the faculty and students to realize innovative concepts into working reality.The digital trainer kit that is used by the students in the Digital Electronics Lab to experiment on digital circuits was developed in the prototype development lab. Additional products developed in the lab include among others FM transmitter for college radio, a quiz buzzer and sun tracking solar panel system.

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