Dept. of Electronics and Communication Engineering

About the Department

Vission and Mission

HOD Profile

Faculty List

Program Outcomes

Program Educational Objectives

Program Specific Outcomes

Laboratory

MoU's signed

Infrastructures

About the Department

Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering (ECE) was started in the year 2008 with the vision of developing the department as a center of excellence. ECE Department strives to make the students to become exemplenary professionals by providing qualitative and quantitative academic teaching in order to meet the global challenges on par with the industry standards.

The department by virtue of its efforts has set technical standards produced university rank holders starting from the successful graduation of the first batch of students. So far the department has produced 53 university ranks.

The department takes initiatives for overall development of students and give them practical orientation to inculcate employability skills which will help them to face this competitive world. The department activities conducted are focused on imparting technical knowledge along its application in the practical world. Simultaneously personality development of students is also given priority.

Vission and Mission

VISION

Imparting quality education to compete with global standards and evolve as a centre of excellence in Electronics and Communication Engineering with social commitment.

MISSION

  • To adopt effective teaching methods in order to maximize knowledge dissemination for students.
  • To have adequate mechanisms to enhance the understanding and implementation of theoretical concepts in practical scenarios.
  • To provide state-of-the-art infrastructure and facilities to the students and faculty members by creating a conducive ambiance for excellence in engineering education.
  • To produce Electronics and Communication Engineering graduates with good ethical skills and managerial skills to blossom as successful professionals and entrepreneurs.
  • To promote Industry Institute interaction in Electronics and Communication Engineering department for the students to involve in research activities.

HOD Profile

Dr. Chitramuthappa Perumal M.E., Ph.D.,

Professor and Head of the Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering

Dr. Chitramuthappa Perumal Professor and Head of the Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering has 26 years of teaching and 10 years of research experience. Her research interests are Wireless networks, Signal processing, Wireless communication, Cognitive radio network. She has graduated from Government college of Technology Bharathiar University, in Instrumentation & Control Engineering[1989]. She has obtained her master degree in Applied Electronics from Sathyabama University[2004] and Ph.D degree from Sathyabama University, Chennai[2012]. She started her educational career as an Associate lecturer.

She has published several papers in International (15) and National (2) Journals, presented papers in National and International conferences (25) and published six books. Under her guidance 4 research scholars going to complete their Doctorate degree from Sathyabama University. She is the Reviewer of Consumer Electronics Times (CET) Journal and Reviewer of Optics and Photonics Journal. She is the Reviewer of IEEE R10 Madras Section Student Project Funding.

She has received fund from AICTE worth ~ Rs. 11, 00,000/-(Eleven Lakhs) She has Received Anna University National Award for an Outstanding Academic instituted by Anna University by ISTE at 47th ISTE National Annual Convention. She is a member of Life member in ISTE, Life member in IETE, Membership in IEEE, and Membership in IEEE Women’s Engineering Society.

Faculty List

S. No. Name of the Faculty Designation Qualification
1 Dr.T.Jayanthy Principal & Professor M.E., Ph.D.
2 Dr.M.P.Chitra Professor & Head M.E., Ph.D.
3 Dr.S.Sathiya Priya Professor M.E., Ph.D.
4 Dr.S.Ganesh Professor M.E., Ph.D.
5 Dr.M.Premkumar Professor M.E., Ph.D.
6 Dr.R.Suganthi Associate  Professor M.E, Ph.D.
7 Dr.I.Poonguzhali Associate  Professor M.E, Ph.D.
8 Mrs.A.Selvarani Associate  Professor M.E,( Ph.D)
9 Mrs.R.Prathipa Associate  Professor M.E,( Ph.D)
10 Mrs.V.Jeya Ramya Associate  Professor M.E,( Ph.D)
11 Mr.L. Ashok Kumar Associate  Professor M.Tech,(Ph.D)
12 Mr.D.Arul Kumar Associate  Professor M.E,(Ph.D)
13 Mr.J.Navarajan Associate  Professor M.E,(Ph.D)
14 Mrs.D.Kalaiarasi Assistant Professor M.Tech,(Ph.D)
15 Ms.S.Saranya Assistant Professor M.E,(Ph.D)
16 Mrs.M.Jayashree Assistant Professor M.E.
17 Mrs.R.Krishnaveni Assistant Professor M.E.
18 Mrs.K.Banumathi Assistant Professor M.Tech.
19 Mr.M.Arun Assistant Professor M.E,(Ph.D)
20 Mr.D.Badri Narayanan Assistant Professor M.E.
21 Mrs.T.Swetha Assistant Professor M.E.
22 Mrs.R.Mary Victoria Assistant Professor M.E.
23 Mr.N.Jeyakannan Assistant Professor M.Tech.
24 Mr.D.Gurupandi Assistant Professor M.E.
25 Mrs.M.Jansi Rani Assistant Professor M.E.
26 Mrs.R.Ranjana Assistant Professor M.E.
27 Mrs.R.Indira Assistant Professor M.E.
28 Mrs.N.Revathi Assistant Professor M.E.
29 Mr.N.Rajesh Assistant Professor M.E.
30 Mrs.D.Rajeswari Assistant Professor M.E.
31 Mrs.P.Suresha Barani Assistant Professor M.E.
32 Mrs.P.Gayathri Devi Assistant Professor M.E.
33 Mr.K.M.Gopinath Assistant Professor M.E.
34 Mrs.P.Priyanka Assistant Professor M.E.
35 Mrs.C.Uthra Ramya Assistant Professor M.E.
36 Mrs.Shirley Helen Judith Assistant Professor M.E.

Program Outcomes

  • Engineering knowledge:
    Apply knowledge of mathematics, science and Electronics and Communication Engineering fundamentals on the solutions of complex engineering problems
  • Problem analysis:
    Identify, formulate and analyse complex Electronics and Communication Engineering problems.
  • Design/development of solutions:
    Design solutions for complex problems and design systems or processes for a specific need with real time constraints.
  • Conduct investigations of complex problems:
    Conduct experiments as well as design, analysis and acquire results for complex Electronics and Communication problems.
  • Modern tool usage:
    Select and apply proper techniques and modern engineering tools which are relevant to Electronics and Communication Engineering applications.
  • The engineer and society:
    Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
  • Environment and sustainability:
    Examine the impact of engineering solutions in social and environmental context and apply knowledge for continuous development.
  • Ethics:
    Develop consciousness of professional and ethical responsibilities in the field of Electronics and Communication Engineering.
  • Individual and team work:
    Apply skill to function as an individual and as a member or a leader in a multidisciplinary team.
  • Communication:
    Communicate effectively on complex Electronics and Communication Engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations.
  • Project management and finance:
    Manage Projects and finance in multidisciplinary environment as a member or leader in a team using engineering and management principles.
  • Life-long learning:
    Recognize the need to engage in lifelong learning.

Program Educational Objectives

  • PEO-I
    To analyze and design appropriate Electronics and Communication systems to provide solutions that are technically advanced, economically feasible and socially acceptable.
  • PEO-II
    To produce Electronics and Communication Engineering graduates with sufficient breadth in Electronics and its related fields enabling to work in multidisciplinary environments.
  • PEO-III
    To excel in professional career and higher education by acquiring knowledge in the area of Electronics and Communication Engineering.
  • PEO-IV
    To produce graduates with a professional outlook who can communicate effectively and interact responsibly in their profession.
  • PEO-V
    To pursue lifelong learning by adapting present and future trends to render service to the society

Program Specific Outcomes

  • Hardware designing skill :
    An ability to apply creativity in design and development of electronic circuits, equipment, components and systems.
  • Skill on Software and Hardware Interfacing :
    An ability to apply contextual knowledge of microprocessor, micro controller, DSP processor and software tools in embedded systems.
  • Knowledge on Communication Systems :
    An ability to comprehend the knowledge of wired, wireless communication networks in telecommunication industries.

Laboratory

Electronics and Communication Engineering department has a total of 1,714 square meter land area for laboratories. Research and Development (R&D) center in the institution provides a platform to the students of ECE to apply the learnt concepts in class to extend to do research in addition to laboratory experiments listed in the academic curriculum. There are separate labs for each of the Semester that includes

There Are Separate Labs For Each Of The Semester That Includes :

  • Microprocessor and Microcontroller lab-I :
  • Optical and Microwave Lab
  • Communication and VLSI Lab
  • Digital Signal Processing & Networks Lab
  • Microprocessor and Microcontroller Lab-II & Embedded Lab
  • Digital Lab
  • Linear Integrated Circuits Lab
  • Electron devices and circuits Lab
  • Project Lab
S.no Name of the Floor Name of the Lab Area (Sq.M.)
1. Ground Floor Microprocessor And Microcontroller Lab-I 279.00
2. First Floor Optical And Microwave Lab 190.00
3. Communication And VLSI Lab 207.00
4. Signal Processing & Networks Lab 243.00
5. Microprocessor And Microcontroller Lab-II & Embedded Lab 200.00
6. Second Floor Digital Lab 140.00
7. Linear Integrated Circuits Lab 135.00
8. Electron Devices And Circuits Lab 160.00
9. Electronics System Design Lab 160.00
Grand Total 1714.00Sq.M

1. MICROPROCESSOR AND MICRO-CONTROLLER LAB – I

S.no Description of the Equipment
1. 8085 MICROPROCESSOR LED VERSION
2. 8086 MICROPROCESSOR LCD VERSION
3. 8086 MICROPROCESSOR LED VERSION
4. 8051 MICROCONTROLLER LCD VERSION
5. FDD CONTROLLER
6. HDD CONTROLLER
7. KEYBOARD CONTROLLER
8. TRAFFIC CONTROLLER
9. STEPPER MOTOR CONTROLLER
10. DC MOTOR CONTROLLER
11. ADC/DAC
12. CRO
13. 8251 & 8253 INTERFACE BOARD
14. 8259 INTERFACE BOARD
15. ADC MODULE (VBMB-003)
16. 8255 INTERFACE BOARD
17. DIGITAL CLOCK INTERFACE BOARD
18. PRINTER INTERFACE BOARD
19. COMPUTER (QUAD CORE)
CONFIGURATION: INTEL CORE 2 QUAD 2.33 GHZ PROCESSOR, INTEL 43 NB MOTHERBOARD,2*1GB DDR2 RAM,160GB HDD,LG 15.4″ TFT MONITOR
20. SERVER
INTEL QUAD XEON PROCESSOR 2.4 GHZ,S300AH MOTHERBOARD,2*2GB DDR2 RAM,160GB HDD,LG 19″ TFT MONITOR
21. PRINTER EPSON LX300 80 COLUMN
22. BATTERIES
23. TRANS LINE 5KVA/72V UPS SYSTEMS
24. LAN ACCESSORIES

2. MICROPROCESSOR AND MICRO-CONTROLLER LAB-II & EMBEDDED LAB

S.no Description of the Equipment
1. 8085 TRAINER KIT (XPO-85)
2. 8086 TRAINER KIT (XPO-86/88)
3. 8051 TRAINER KIT (XPO-51/31)
4. 8251 INTERFACING KIT
5. 8253/54 INTERFACING KIT
6. 8255 INTERFACING KIT
7. 8279 INTERFACING KIT
8. TRAFFIC CONTROLLER
9. STEPPER MOTOR/ DC MOTOR CONTROLLER
10. ADC/DAC
11. 8259 INTERFACING CARD
12. AC MOTOR INTERFACING CARD WITH MOTOR
13. CRO
14. CONVERTER CARD WITH 50 PIN FRC
15. USB CABLE
16. SYSTEM – CLIENT
17. SYSTEM – SERVER
18. HP LASER JET PRINTER
19. BATTERIES
20. UPS
21. LAN ACCESSORIES
22. Embedded Trainer Kit With ARM Processor
23. Zigbee Interface Module
24. FPGA Interface Module With USB Downloader
25. Advanced Embedded Trainer Kit. Model:ADT-02(STK-ARM-ADV)Advanced Model

3. MICROWAVE AND OPTICAL LAB

S.no Description of the Equipment
1 KLYSTRON POWER SUPPLY
2 REFLEX KLYSTRON OSCILLATOR
3 GUNN POWER SUPPLY
4 GUNN OSCILLATOR
5 PIN MODULATOR
6 ISOLATOR
7 VARIABLE ATTENUATOR
8 FREQUENCY METER(DIRECT READING TYPE)
9 SLOTTED WAVEGUIDE SECTION WITH PROBE AND CARRIAGE
10 DETECTOR MOUNT WITH DETECTOR
11 MATCHED TERMINATION
12 HORN ANTENNA
13 FIXED ATTENUATOR(3DB,6DB,10DB)
14 MAGIC TEE,E-PLANE TEE,H-PLANE TEE
15 DIRECTIONAL COUPLER(3DB,10DB)
16 VSWR METER
17 RADIATION TURN TABLE
18 MICROWAVE POWER METER
19 SLIDE SCREW TUNER
20 850 NM LED MODULE AND PIN PHOTODIODE MODULE
21 OPTICAL POWER SOURCE(1310 NM & 1550 NM)
OPTICAL POWER SOURCE(DUAL LASER SOURCE)
22 FIBER OPTIC TRAINER KIT MULTIPLEXER / DEMULTIPLEXER KIT LINK-A, FIBER OPTIC COMMUNICATION TRAINER KIT
23 SET UP FOR MODE CHARACTERISTICS OF FIBER
24 LASER TRAINER KIT ,LASER DIODE AND GLASS FIBER BASED FIBER OPTIC TRAINER, LINK-E
25 OPTICAL POWER METER(UNIVERSAL)
26 NUMERICAL APERTURE KIT
27 CONNECTORISATION AND SPLICING TOOL KIT
28 CRO/DSO(0-100MHZ)
29 SIGNAL GENERATOR(2&3 MHZ)
30 CRO(20MHZ)
31 NETWORK ANALYSER AND MICROSTRIP TRAINING SYSTEM
32 MOVABLE SHORT
33 SYSTEM

4. COMMUNICATION AND VLSI LAB

S.no Description of the Equipment
1 CRO, DUAL TRACE , 20 MHZ,
2 DIGITAL STORAGE OSCILLOSCOPE
3 FUNCTION GENERATOR (1 MHZ)
4 FUNCTION GENERATOR (3 MHZ)
5 DUAL VARIABLE REGULATED POWER SUPPLY (0-30V), 2A
6 SINGLE VARIABLE REGULATED POWER SUPPLY (0-30V), 2A
7 AM TRANSMITTER KIT
8 AM RECEIVER KIT
9 FM TRANSMITTER KIT
10 FM RECEIVER KIT
11 PAM, PPM, PWM TRAINER KIT
12 PCM TRAINER KIT (TDM PULSE CODE MODULATION KIT)
13 PCM TRAINER KIT (TDM PULSE CODE DEMODULATION KIT)
14 DELTA MODULATION KIT
15 DIFFERENTIAL PULSE CODE MODULATION KIT
16 LINE CODING & ASK, PSK, FSK MODULATION KIT
17 LINE DECODING & ASK, PSK, FSK DEMODULATION KIT
18 QPSK MODULATION KIT
19 QPSK DEMODULATION KIT
20 SAMPLING TRAINER KITS
21 BFSK TRANSMITTER AND RECEIVER
22 FDM TRAINNER KIT
23 TDM TRAINER KIT
24 PLL AND FREQUENCY SYNTHESIZER
25 USB BASED JTAG PROGRAMMING CABLE
26 FPGA KITS WITH I/O AND ADD ON CARDS
27 STABLIZER
28 COMPUTERS – INTEL CORE I5 750 PROCESSOR 2.66 GHZ, INTEL DP55WB MOTHERBOARD,2*1GB DDR3 RAM,250GB HDD, SAMSUNG 19″ TFT MONITOR
29 PRINTERS- HP LASERJET P2055D
30 UPS
31 LOGIC ANALYSER
32 SERVER-IBM 3200 M3 XEON QUAD 2.4GHZ 4GB RAM,2*250GB HDD ROM,KEYBOARD&MOUSE (S/N:99C9295) MONOTOR-LENOVO 18.5″TFT S/N:V1T8107 SWITCH-D LINK 24 PORT10/100/1000 UNMANAGEBLE
33 SOFTWARE DEFINED RADIO KIT

5. ELECTRON DEVICES AND CIRCUITS LAB

S.no Description of the Equipment
1 ELECTRONIC TRAINER SYSTEM
2 MODULAR EXPERIMENTAL PANELS
3 POWER SUPPLY
4 CRO
5 FG(3MHZ)
6 DIGITAL IC TRAINER KIT
7 MULTIMETER
8 ANALOG MULTIMETER
9 VOLTMETER
10 AMMETER
11 RHEOSTAT
12 DECADE RESISTANCE BOX
13 DECADE INDUCTANCE BOX
14 DECADE CAPACITANCE BOX
15 OUT POWER METER
16 DIGITAL LCR METER
17 COMPUTER INTEL CORE 2 QUAD 2.33 GHZ PROCESSOR, INTEL DG33EC MOTHERBOARD,2*1GB DDR2 RAM,160GB HDD,LG 15.4″ TFT MONITOR

6. ELECTRONIC SYSTEM DESIGN LAB

S.no Description of the Equipment
1 CRO(30MHZ)
2. DSO
2 FG(3MHZ)
3 RPS(0-30)V
4 DUAL RPS(0-30)V
5 RPS(0-5)V
6 RPS(0-15)V
7 LINEAR IC SUPPLY(+/- 12V)
8 LINEAR IC SUPPLY(+/- 15V)
9 MULTIMETER
10 UNIVERSAL PROGRAMMER
11 TMS320VC416 DSP KIT
12 COMPUTERS

7. DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING AND NETWORKS LAB

S.no Description of the Equipment
1 DSP(FIXED POINT DSP STARTER KIT TMS320C5416 WITH CCS)
2 DSP(FLOATING POINT DSP STARTER KIT TMS320C6713 WITH CCS)
3 FUNCTION GERNERATOR (1MHZ)
4 CRO(20 MHZ)
5 DSO-025C2,WITH USB INTERFACE AND SOFTWARE
6 SERVER INTEL XEON E3″0 @ 3.00 GHZ PROCESSOR, 4 GB RAM, 2*250 GB HDD, LENOVO 19″ TFT MONITOR
7 COMPUTERS INTEL CORE I5 750 PROCESSOR 2.66 GHZ, INTEL DP55WB MOTHERBOARD,2*1GB DDR3 RAM,250GB HDD, SAMSUNG 19″ TFT MONITOR
8 PRINTERS EPSON LQ-1150II & HP LASER JET P2055D
10 LAN SYSTEM TRAINER I
11 LAN SYSTEM TRAINER I1(WIRELESS ROUTER- 2 NO)
13 UPS 10KVA TRANS LINE
14 PRESTOLITE BATTERIES

8. DIGITAL LAB

S.no Description of the Equipment
1 DIGITAL IC TRAINER KIT
2 DIGITAL MULTIMETER
3 DIGITAL IC TESTER
5 COMPUTER INTEL CORE 2 QUAD 2.33 GHZ PROCESSOR, INTEL DG33EC MOTHERBOARD,2*1GB DDR2 RAM,160GB HDD,LG 15.4″ TFT MONITOR
6 PRINTER(WEP800DX)

9. LINEAR INTEGRATED CIRCUITS LAB

S.no Description of the Equipment
1. ANALOG IC TESTER
DIGITAL IC TESTER
2. CRO
3. DUAL POWER SUPPLY (0-30)V
4. FUNCTION GENERATOR (3MHZ)
5. DIGITAL MULTIMETER
6. COMPUTER INTEL CORE 2 QUAD 2.33 GHZ PROCESSOR, INTEL DG33EC MOTHERBOARD,2*1GB DDR2 RAM,160GB HDD,LG 15.4″ TFT MONITOR
7. DVD R/W
8. PRINTER WIPRO LX540 80 COLUMN
9. UPS
10. 2-CHANNEL DAC INTERFACE BOARD
11. DMA INTERFACE BOARD
12. ADC&DAC/MEASUREMENT & CONTROL MODULE
13. AD 590 TRANSDUCER
14. WATER BATH WITH RELAY PROVISION FOR ON/OFF TEMP CONTROLLER

SOFTWARE DETAILS:

S.no Physical Name of the Laboratory Name of the Softwares
1. ELECTRON DEVICES AND CIRCUITS LAB SPICE CIRCUIT SIMULATION SOFTWARE
EDWIN-XP
2. DIGITAL LAB XILINX ISE PROJECT NAVIGATOR WITH ISE SIMULATOR, VERSION 9.1I
3. LINEAR INTEGRATED CIRCUITS LAB SPICE CIRCUIT SIMULATION SOFTWARE
4. COMMUNICATION AND VLSI LAB MATLAB WITH SIMULINK AND SIGNAL PROCESSING TOOL BOX
XILINX ISE PROJECT NAVIGATOR WITH ISE SIMULATOR, VERSION 9.1I
HIGH FREQUENCY STRUCTURE SIMULATOR
MICRO WIND SOFTWARE
5. SIGNAL PROCESSING AND NETWORKS LAB MATLAB WITH SIMULINK AND SIGNAL PROCESSING TOOL BOX
NETWORK SIMULATOR SOFTWARE (L-SIM)
NETWORK SIMULATOR SOFTWARE (N-SIM)

MoU's Signed

Infrastructure

ROOM DESCRIPTION AREA (SQ.MT)
CLASS ROOM NO.1 496
CLASS ROOM NO.2 496
CLASS ROOM NO.3 496
CLASS ROOM NO.4 496
CLASS ROOM NO.5 496
CLASS ROOM NO.6 496
CLASS ROOM NO.7 496
CLASS ROOM NO.8 496
TUTORIAL HALL 1 114
AV HALL SEMINAR ROOM 134
DEPARTMENT LIBRARY 82
HOD ROOM 41
FACULTY ROOM 83
BOYS REST ROOM 41

Funded Details

Graduation Ratio

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