This is where the undergraduates get to know the devices (from resistors to operational amplifiers); basic instruments (from multimeter to spectrum analyzers) and techniques (from circuit design & simulation to synthesis) in analog electronics.
This is one of the first laboratories the freshers to ENTC have sessions in. Hence, the laboratory plays a pivotal role in letting the students appreciate what 'electronic engineering' is.
CAD lab is equipped with servers and workstations needed for computer aided designs & simulations. The scope of work carried out ranges from: basic analog & digital curcuits to FPGA & micro-controller programming.
The laboratory, being used around the clock for graduate level R&D work has informally become a center of expertise on system design & fabrication.
Computer laboratory provides the ENTC students with 24x7 access to computers; the Internet and the Department intranet. Moreover, Department's web, mail & file servers that provide mail accounts and web/file space to staff/students is housed here.
All routine, management tasks are smoothly carried out by a voluntary, team of student administrators. Hence, the laboratory is a good example for delegating responsibility to the students.
This lab provides the students with 'hands-on' experience in digital electronics.
Equipped from logic probes to advanced test instruments; microprocessor trainers; various sensors & transducers; etc. the laboratory makes a major contribution to project work. Many of the instruments have PC interfaces and support for prominent software tools.
The laboratory serves the students by providing 'hands-on' experience on microwave systems/ concepts: from generation to reception.
Calibration of industrial microwave instruments is yet another service rendered by the laboratory. It also provides resources for design and implementation of microwave communication systems for the Industry.
Optoelectronics laboratory is well-equipped (from LED to laser sources; from optical power meters to optical spectrum analyzers; etc.) to cater both undergraduate & postgraduate students. Its facilities are also used for IET and KDA practical classes.
Other contribution by the laboratory is: instrument testing, calibrating and consultancy services provided to the Industry.
Postgraduate laboratory caters for mainly the needs of graduate students. Each full-time research student is allocated a workspace (with 24x7 access) in it.
Being equipped with modern industrial devices and
equipment including Logic Analyzers, Network Analyzers, Spectrum Analyzers
and Programmable LCR meter etc, the laboratory plays a major role in calibration & measurement; and consultancy services, the department provides to the industry.
The laboratory is equipped with modern-facilities to provide the students an insght to modern communication systems and test equipment.
It possess a range of trainer panels that allow students to inspect signal characteristics at various points in communication systems. The practical sessions are typically supplemented by MATLAB simulations.