Digital Communication Engineering focuses on providing a sound theoretical background as well as good practical exposure to students in the communication and networking areas. It is intended to provide a modern, industry-oriented education in communication applications. It aims at producing trained professionals who can successfully meet the demands of the fast-growing Telecommunication industry. Telecommunication Engineers manage different types of technologies that allow us to communicate. The research, design and develop satellite and cable systems, mobile phones, radio waves, the Internet and e-mail.

On the other hand, Digital Communications is a broad-based field with its technical foundation in Electronics, Mathematics and Communications. Students receive in-depth training in Digital Communication, Wireless Mobile Networks, Antennas Design, Multimedia Communication, Mobile Technologies, Electronics and more.

The technical course curriculum, trendy industry-ready and certification courses enable our students to pursue various career opportunities in the industry such as Network Engineer, Installation Engineer, Planning Engineer, etc in any field related telecommunication technology.

Telecommunication Engineers manage different types of technologies that allow us to communicate.


About Electronics &Communication Lab 



We have a well-equipped analogue electronics lab for 4th semester ECE students. Some experiments need display devices, so we have DSOs instead of CROs as DSO have good quality and high accuracy. Experiments such as PN junction diode characteristics, DIAC, TRIAC, rectifier, clipper and clamper circuits are performed here. This lab is always open for those who are eager to learn more and do various projects work.

(Microprocessor Lab)

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.


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 instruments 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 (Millimeter, 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.

(Communication Lab)

Focus on the fundamentals in the field of Communication Engineering is very important as it enables the students in coping up with the ever-evolving 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, the superheterodyne receiver, time division multiplexing, phase locked loop, signaling 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.

(Microvawe Lab)

This Lab provides support for training the students in the area of communication engineering. The circuits performing the analogue and pulse modulation schemes experiment on breadboards. 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.