Electronics Laboratory



Electronics circuits laboratory is a space where ICE UG students can learn and experiment with electronic circuits. This lab is equipped with various tools and equipment necessary for designing, testing, and analysing electronic circuits, such as oscilloscopes, function generators, power supplies, multimeters, and circuit simulators. The lab allows students to apply the theories learned in the classroom and gain hands-on experience with real circuits based on circuit laws and network theorems. The students analyze the time response and frequency response of RL, RC and RLC circuits and verify the designed sequential and combinational logic circuits. This experience is vital for students pursuing degrees in instrumentation & control engineering, electronics, or related fields. By conducting experiments in the lab, students can learn to troubleshoot circuits, design new circuits, and analyze circuits to determine their characteristics. The electronics circuits laboratory is an essential resource for anyone who wants to learn about electronics, from hobbyists to professionals in the industry. The facilities are also utilized by PG and PhD students of the department to carry out project work /research work. The department has well trained technical manpower to assist the requirement of the students.

List of facilities:

  1. Multi output power supply
  2. Function generator
  3. Digital Multimeters
  4. Analog Multimeters
  5. IC Tester
  6. Personal Computers
  7. Analog meters (Voltmeters and Ammeters)

List of Experiments:

  1. Verification of Electrical Circuit laws and network theorems.
  2. Time Response of RL, RC and RLC circuits.
  3. Frequency Response of RL, RC and RLC circuits, resonance.
  4. A.C. circuits and Network realization.
  5. Design and verification of combinational logic circuits.
  6. Design and verification of sequential logic circuits.
  7. Design of amplifiers using various modes and its implementation issues
  8. Filter design using various methodologies for different set of specifications
  9. Sensor linearization and bridge linearization using op-amps
  10. Design of waveform generators using op-amp
  11. PLL design
  12. Regulator design
  13. Analog to digital conversion & digital to analog conversion
  14. Regenerative feedback circuit design - Schmitt trigger and Multivibrator
  15. Transmitter design