About the Department
This course also offers strong knowledge in the embedded systems. Students also have an access to industry collaborative laboratories set up by Texas Instruments. M.E. VLSI Design laboratory is equipped with VHDL software, FPGA Spartran3 Vertex 5 kits with Xilinx 13.2 version software, ARM processor kits with software and DSP Kits with Code Composer Studio software.M.E Communication Systems Engineering encompasses a mixture of telecommunication, data communication, networking, wireless communications, optical communications and RF MEMS. The program aims to train engineers who can engage in planning, designing and manufacturing of communication circuits and equipments required for R&D activities.
The latest emerging areas like embedded systems and embedded technology are covered in the curriculum to keep students aware of the recent trends. Students are motivated to take up projects in the reputed organizations like ISRO and DRDO. Students are also encouraged to present papers in conferences and publish papers in journals. Guest lectures, seminars, workshops, hands on training, laboratory classes conducted regularly contribute a large part of the department activities. The department imparts quality education to its students in modern lecture rooms equipped with enhanced teaching aids.The Communication Systems Laboratory is equipped with Antenna trainer kits, Fiber optic kit with video link, GPS Trainer kit, COMSOL, Intellisuite software, MALAB Software version 13.2 for simulation experiments.
VLSI Design Laboratory
- FPGA Spartran3 Vertex 5 kits with Xilinx 13.2 version software,
- ARM processor kits with software,
- DSP Kits with Code Composer Studio software and VHDL Software.
Communication Systems Laboratory
- Antenna trainer kits,
- Fiber optic kit with video link,
- GPS Trainer kit,
- Intellisuite software,
- MALAB Software version 13.2 for simulation experiments.
Dr. P. Karthigaikumar
Professor & Head
15 years of teaching experience with 32 national and international publications to his credit