Electronics and Communication Engineering Department was established in the year 1979 with an intake of 40 students for Bachelor of Engineering (BE) programme and affiliated to Bangalore University. Subsequently the department of Electronics and Communication Engineering of Bangalore Institute of Technology was affiliated to Visvesvaraya Technological University during the year 1998. Currently the department is offering Bachelor of Engineering with an intake of 180 students in Under Graduate (UG) programme and Master of Technology (M.Tech) in VLSI Design and Embedded systems with an intake of 18 students as well as M.Tech in Digital Electronics and Communication with an intake of 24 students under Post Graduate (PG) programme.
The department has well qualified and experienced staff of 38 faculties which includes 4 Professors 11 Associate Professors and 23 Assistant Professors with an average experience of faculty is more than 15 years. There are about 6 Doctoral qualified faculty. The department has laboratory facilities to meet the curriculum of Visvesvaraya Technological University and beyond and is also supported by a well trained technical staff.
As of now department students have achieved 15 ranks under Visvesvaraya Technological University and 10 ranks under Bangalore University. The students of the department are well placed in various companies for jobs by the end of the course. In addition to UG and PG programs, the department also offers research (M.Sc Engineering/ Ph.D) programme
Professor & Head
- Mr Ashok D R 2012-2016 of batch is admitted to IISC, Bangalore.
- Mr Anantha Narayanan R of 2012-2016 batch is admitted to IISC, Bangalore.
- Mr. Srinivas Gowda R of 2008-2012 batch has secured 105th rank of UPSC examination (IAS) - 2015.
- SHEETAL A S has secured "Jain University Gold Medal" and VTU 3rd rank;
- Balachandra S has secured VTU 5th rank.
- Shruthi P has secured VTU 9th rank.
- Chandana K N has secured "Gold medal" VTU 1st rank in PG- VLSI
- Bhargavi D K has secured VTU 2nd rank PG-DEC.
Award Won By Students
|SL. NO.||NAME OF THE STUDENT||EVENT PLACE/YEAR||EVENT||AWARD|
|1||Sharath M K, Utkarsh Siddu, Sudarshan S, Yathish M||IIT Bombay/ 2013||Grid master||Іst place|
|2||Sharath M K, Shiva Sri Krishna Donthi, Utkarsh Siddu, Sudarshan S, Yathish M||IIT kharagpur/2013||ACROSS, ROBOTIX||II Place|
|3||Harsha S,Harsha K||Cadence Bangalore/2012-13||VlSI design||6 th Place|
|4||Kiran kanchi R||IISc Bangalore / 2015-16 RC||car racing||Іst place|
|5||Royston||B M C Bangalore/2015||Cobalt skies||Іst place|
|6||Prakriti appia,Nikita.S, Nidhishree B.H||B I T / Bangalore||8 th KSTA Annual conference On Science & technology for GenNext URBAN SPACE||ІInd place|
|7||Ashish G, Adithya T G||B M S Engg college Bangalore/2015-16||Home automation workshop||Participation|
|8||Rakesh V dhotre, Pratik Jaiswal||B I T IEEE students branch Bangalore/2014-15||Workshop on technical writing & publishing||Participation|
|9||Aditya Bijoor||B I T Bangalore/2015-16||Rig IT to win IT||II Place|
|10||Rakesh V dhotre||B I T IEEE students branch Bangalore/2015-16||Workshop on Python||Participation|
PLACEMENTIn Electronics and communication Engineering department nearly 100% placement in each year.
Electronics And Communication Students Association Objectives
- To instill in the students a passion towards the subjects studied in E&C engineering and drive them towards the practical implementation of the theoretical concepts.
- To become an idea hub and come up with move futuristic project ideas.
- To encourage and nurture students to think beyond.
- To become a good techno cultural club having a combination approach towards involving all the interdisciplinary streams of engineering and conducting workshops that help the students to become a complete engineer.
- To recognize and encourage the excellence of students and help them in enhancing their technical knowledge on the subject.
- To build a harmony and educative relation between the students and teachers there by providing a platform exchange of new ideas by students and share the valuable experience of teachers.
- To act as a venue for the students to explore their individual sense of self and help them to learn, develop and grow as an competent engineer both with social responsibility.
- To enhance the industry institute interaction by bridging the gap pertaining to advance in the filed of electronics.
- To make students assertive and equip with leadership qualities.
- To cultivate the culture to organize and manage conferences/ talks for the overall development of each student.
Electronics and Communication Students Association was started on 09.03.2004 under the flagmanship of our former head of the department Prof. M.J.Shanthiprasad along with Prof.K.C.Chandrashekarappa and Prof. Bhagirathi.N.M The activities conducted by the founder staff and student co-ordinators such as Aurindam Jana, Sunny Kaul were, ECSA website, Two newsletters ‘EC-SAP’ per semester, Aptitude Test, inter collegiate Technical Fest and Guest Lecture from Industry professionals. Subsequently this association was developed from infancy to an adult by Prof. K.Nirmala Kumari, Prof Karunavathi, Dr.A.M.Vijaya Prakash with lot of interaction with students ECSA became a full fledged student organization when a board of direction was elected. ECSA has stretched its arms in diverse fields such as conducting workshops in robotics annually in par with technology, training students for placement in coordination with Alumni, arranging various Technical talks by experts from Industries & IISC. ECSA also encouraged students to participate in workshops at IITs all over India. ECSA was also involved in NGO activities. Currently Dr. A.B.Kalpana, Prof. S.L. Mukthi as well as Dr. A.R.Hemanth Kumar and Prof H.S.Veena are the coordinators of ECSA.
ECSA Events during the year 2015 - 2016
ECSA conducted line follower robot action packed event during Manthan 2015. With a total of 11 teams participating, this event was a huge success. Participants carried home huge cash prizes, worth of Rs. 7000 for winner and Rs. 4000 for runners respectively. The 1st Round required the participants to build an autonomous line follower robot. In the round 2 the robot of 1st round had to be modified to an obstacle avoiding line follower robot. The final round, needs the robot had to be modified into a remote controlled robot which need to navigate through an arena.Seminar / Workshop PRISM (29th August 2015)
As the title suggests, PRISM brought together a mélange of events. The platform of ECSA was extended to its new members, awell intended, cheerful atmosphere was forged and the carefully organized events were met with sheer enthusiasm. Prism saw vivacious participation and succeeded in capturing the attention of the audience.
Line Follower workshop using ARDUINO (12th -13th September 2015)
Technology brings with it the potential to unarm new possibilities and realize new ideas. As a first step to tap this potential ECSA organized a workshop to build and code for a line follower robot using Arduino. The workshop enhanced the technical knowledge and skills of the ardent students. Starting from the fundamentals, the software and hardware aspects of the bot were dealt with tactful.
|Dr.K.V PRASAD||Professor & Head of Department||9900954220||Digital Signal Processing and Communication Systemsfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Dr. SREE RANGA RAJU M N||Associate Professor||9845999389||MANETS, co-operative Networks and Sensor Networksemail@example.com|
|Dr. HEMANTHA KUMAR A.R||professor||9901966111||MANETS, Routing Algorithms, Clustered Networks, Planning and sensor firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Dr. VIJAYA PRAKASH A.M||Professor||9844658446||VLSI Design, DSP, Image Processing ,Video Processing Finfetsemail@example.com|
|MURALIDHAR K.V||Associate Professor||9880022176||Digital design & Power Electronicsfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|GOPINATH .C.Y||Associate Professor||9886331254||Wireless Communications, Computer architecture, Embedded Systems, Error Control Codingemail@example.com|
|NIRMALA KUMARI .K||Associate Professor||9844302686||Embedded Systemsfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|SUJATHA .S||Associate Professoremail@example.com|
|RADHA B.L||Associate Professor||9482535094||VLSI, Nano Electronicsfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|SUDHA .H||Associate Professoremail@example.com|
|VEENA H.S||Assistant Professor||9740689616||Signal Processingfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Dr. BYRA REDDY. C.R||Assistant Professor||9343792605||Antennas, Wireless communication, sensor networks, R F Communication Engg.||email@example.com|
|Prem Chandra R.L||Professor||9845581008||VLSI Systemsfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|NARAYANA SWAMY J.C||Associate Professoremail@example.com|
|KRISHNA. R||professor||9901398846||Area of interest: Short channel effect analysis in MOSFETsfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|BHAGIRATHI. N.M||Professor||9449542509||MobileCommunication, Digitalswitching, Computer Networkingemail@example.com|
|Dr. KALPANA. A.B||Associate Professor||9480037827||VLSIfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|DHANALAKSHMI. L||Associate Professor||9980335265||Digital & Computer Communication, Image Processingemail@example.com|
|NARENDRA. C.P||Associate Professor||9880806230||Signal Processingfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|MUKTHI. S.L||Associate Professor||9845752125||VLSI and Embedded Systemsemail@example.com|
|VIJAYA LAKSHMI. D||Associate Professorfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|RADHA B.L||Associate Professor||9482535094||VLSI, Nano Electronicsemail@example.com|
|SHYLAJA. V||Professor||9901607567||VLSI and Embedded Systemsfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|SRINIVASA MURTHY. R||Associate Professoremail@example.com|
|JALAJA. S||Assistant Professor||9845100604||VLSI architectures, ASIC implementation, Digital signal firstname.lastname@example.org|
|NIRANJAN. E||Assistant Professor||9483836743||Digital Image Processingemail@example.com|
|K P LEELA||Assistant Professor||9844241787||Digital Image Processingfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|THEJASWINI B M||Assistant Professoremail@example.com|
|M.V.RANJEETHA||Assistant Professor||9901993852||VLSI design , Embedded Systems, Digital Electronicsfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Yashaswini M||Assistant Professor||8884886236||image processing, speech processing, digital signal email@example.com|
|NAVANEETH NATARAJ||Assistant Professor||7795862270||VLSI Design, Embedded System Design, Internet of Things, HDL, Logic Designfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|HITHAISHI DEVARAJ||Assistant Professor||9731671840||VLSI design||Hithaishi@gmail.com|
|SHILPA.B||Assistant Professor||9901253926||: Networking, Wireless Sensor Networksemail@example.com|
|SACHIN.B.M||Assistant Professor||9686510025||Image Processing, Communicationfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|R.JANARDHAN||Assistant Professor||9611566707||Signal Processing, Image Processingemail@example.com|
|VANISRI.K||Assistant Professor||9739581396||VLSI and Embedded Systemfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|ANIL KUMAR.G.N||Assistant Professor||9483836743||VLSI Design, Embedded Systems, Digital Electronics, Power Electronics.||email@example.com|
|KESHAVA.A||Assistant Professor||9538537826||VLSI Design, Embedded Systemsfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|GAHAN.A.V||Assistant Professor||8105232716||Wireless Communication, Networking, Image Processing, Network Security.||email@example.com|
|HITHAISHI.P||Assistant Professor||9900333669||Wireless communication, Logic firstname.lastname@example.org|
|SANTHOSH B||Assistant Professor||9164144256||GSM, Wireless Communication, Digital Communication, Networking.||email@example.com|
|VIDYASHREE.G.P||Assistant Professor||8105461146||Communication and Networking.||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|MANASA P||Assistant Professor||9964239425||Wireless Sensor Networks.||email@example.com|
Analog Electronics Lab Equipments
|Oscilloscope – 15 MHz (Philips PM 3206)||CRO single trace – 15 MHz (3030 APLAB)||Dual power supply – 30 V (7642 APLAB)|
|Component storage system||High voltage power supply – 300 V / 1 A ( APLAB 7334) SL.no.0 489/1/, 0489/2||CRO – 15 MHz (3131 APLAB)|
|Multimeter - Motwane||DC power supply – 0-60V / 5A – CC/CV (M.S. Systems)||LCR Meter (4910 APLAB)|
|RPS - ( 7111 APLAB)||Oscilloscope 25 MHz (SCIENTIFIC)||SCR power supply – 15 – 300 V / 3 A APLAB-7321 (Slno. 994/338)|
|Power supply – ( 7212 APLAB)||Mainframe (nf) (SCIENTIFIC) 4 IN 8 Sine wave generator Function generator Pulse generator LC meter||Dual RPS – 0-30V/ 2A (UNITRON)|
Logic Design Lab Equipments:
|IC tester - RC 4024D||10 MHz Pulse generator - APLAB||Digital IC Trainer Kit - Digitrack -DIT03|
|Scientific Oscilloscope HM203 M 30 MHz With delay sweep||Function generator 2 MHz - APLAB||Digital multimeter - Kamal Electronics - RISH|
|Scientific Oscilloscope HM203 G 30 MHz Without delay sweep||Regulated Power supply(0-32V/2A) L3202 - APLAB||Digital multimeter - Kamal Electronics - RISH|
|Auto digital IC Tester - SYSTRONICS||Digital IC Trainer Kit - MICRO LOGICS - ML5557||Function generator 2 MHz - APLAB|
HDL Lab Equipments:
|Xilinx 14.1 version. FPGA & CPLD Evaluation board||32 Channel Pattern Generator cum Logic Analyzer – LG-320||Stepper Motor Interface (Card & one Motor) Power supply for motor Dual DAC Interface D C Motor Controller Interface Temperature Control Interface|
|Eprom Eraser, UV light source for erasing EPROMs - ESA UVE||Xilinx ISE foundation university licensed edition with Modelsim||Two Channel Digital Storage Oscilloscope (60Mhz) – TDS1002 – Tektronix|
|Power supply 5V, 1A – TK-PS||Two Channel Digital Storage Oscilloscope (40Mhz) – TDS1001B - Tektronix|
Microcontroller Lab Equipments:
|Microcontroller Trainer ESA 51E||8051/251 Single Board Computer/Evaluation board with power adpter||KEIL software - c51 professional developes kit|
|Power Adopter power backup for Ram||PIC 16F84 microcontroller development & Trainer board with on board programmer +Interface Module||Single chip microcontroller kit|
|KITCOMP PC Keyboard||PIC 16F877 microcontroller development & Trainer board with on board programmer + Interface Module||Power Supply|
|Intelligent Universal Programer||General purpose interface Module||4 Digit 7 Segment|
|LCD Interface||DC Motor Interface||Power Supply +/- 12v|
|Calculator IFK board||Stepper Motor Interface||6 Digit 7 Segment|
|Dual DAC||Elevator Interface||4 X 4 matrix Hex Keypad|
|16 Channel 8 bit ADC||Single Chip MCU Trainer||TXDR Interface using PT100|
|Dual DAC & Elevator Interface||Stepper Motor Interface||DC Motor Interface|
Analog / Digital Communication Lab Equipments:
|Multimeters MOTWANE MK III||Microwave bench & components SICO||CASTER AUTOMATION Power supply – 0-15V / 0-1A|
|Low distortion Signal generator 2014||Milli ammeter MR 100 m A||Digital Linear IC Trainer kit 5001|
|Scientific Oscilloscope – HM203M 30MHz With delay||APLAB Power supply 7112||Digital Linear IC Trainer kit LDT 2001|
|Auto digtial IC Tester 902||PHILIPS Oscilloscope – 60Mhz||Scientific Oscilloscope – HM203G 30MHz Without delay|
|Microwave Bench with accessories Klystron set up||PHILIPS Oscilloscope – 150 Mhz||Fibre Optic Trainer Kit – Falcon make a. Fibre link – B fibre optic trainer kit b. RS-232 Interface c. 20 Mts. Plastic Fibre|
|Gun diode setup||PHILIPS Oscilloscope – 20 Mhz||Analog communication Radio Rx kit a. ACL – 01 AM TX Kit b. ACL – 02 AM DeMOD RX Kit c. ACL – 03 FM TX Kit d. ACL – 04 FM DeMOD RX Kit|
|TDS 1002 2 Channel Digital storage Oscilloscope||HP 54501A Digitising Oscilloscope – 100Mhz||Digital communication trainers DPSK & Power supply QPSK & Power supply|
|DCL – 08 PAM/PWM/PPM Mod & Demod Kit (Falcon Make) with power supply||DCL – 02 TDM PAM De modulation Kit with power supply (Falcon Make)||DCL – 01 Analog Signal sampling and reconstruction Kit (Falcon Make) with power supply|
DSP Lab Equipments:
|PCs with Fixed/Floating point DSP Processors (Kit/Add-on Cards)||MATLAB with Simulink and Signal Processing Tool Box,||Function Generators & CRO|
Microprocessor Lab Equipments:
|8086/8088 Microprocessor Trainer with onboard Keypad and LED Display - ESA 86/88-2||Stepper Motor Interface with Stepper Motor & power adapter model – 1F – STEP with FRC cable||Calculator type Keyboard interface, Model :IF – KBD with FRC cable|
|In-Circuit Emulator for 8086/88 - ESA ICE-2 with SMPS Power Supply - ESA PS M2||PC ADD-ON CARD: 48-lines I/O card with 3, 16 bit programmable timers Model– ESA PCI-DIOT with Logic controller Interface||4 – Digit, 7 segment LED Display Interface Model – IF DIS with Printer interface cable with FRC cable|
VLSI Lab Software:CAD tools from Cadence for top-down and bottom-up design methodologies: (180nm & 45nm Standard-cell library)
|VHDL/Verilog (Design capture)||NC-VHDL/NC-Verilog (Simulation)||BuildGates (Logic Synthesis)|
|Design Planner and PKS (Floor planning)||Silicon Ensemble (Placement and Routing)||Design for testability.|
|Design for signal integrity.||Pearl (Timing closure)||Envisia (Clock tree generation)|
|HyperExtract (Parasitic extraction)||Dracula (DRC)|
Power Electronics Lab Equipments:
|Second Order System||Rheostats||Control Half Wave Rectifier And F.W.R|
|IGBT & MOSFET Characteristics Unit [Ig & Mfet Char]||Inductive Load||SCR Turn Off Circuit|
|Ramp And Pedestal Firing Ckt [R&P FIR Ckt]||D.C Motor Control Unit||Generation Of Firing Signal For Thyristor A)Digital Firing Ckt B)Using Micro Control C)Using M.P|
|Parallel Inverter [Invt.P]||A.C Motor Control Unit||Ujt Firing Ckt|
|Series Inverter [Invt.S]||Speed Control Of Stepper Motor||Digital Firing Ckt|
|PID Controller||Chopper Voltage Impulse||Singal Phase Isolation Transformer|
|D.C Position Control System||Full Wave Fully Control Rectifier||Universal Motor Control (.5hp)|