Vision of the Department

To bring forth prosperity through modern Electronics and Communication Technology by imparting valuebased education,innovation and become a world-class technical department.

Mission of the Department

M1Technical Education and research: To impart technical education to face the challenges of the modern technology and research.

M2Leadership quality: To provide research exposure through industry institute interactions.

M3-Entrepreneurship: To inculcate the spirit of innovation and creativity among students to become entrepreneurs.

1.2 State the Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)

PEO1: EMPLOYABILITY: To innovate the students to take more than just imagination and to give superior technical education for tomorrow’s competitive world.

PEO2: HIGHER STUDIES:To prepare the students with high stand ard education to associate with global industry needed.

PEO3: ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND LEADERSHIP: To train the student with perfection and state-of -the art technology keeping in the changing and demand ing trends.

PEO4: PROFESSIONAL ETHICS:To create innovative thinkers in Electronics and Communication for new projects to meet the needs of the society.

PROGRAMME OUTCOMES (POs)

Engineering Graduates will be able to:

PO1: Engineering knowledge: Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and Electronics and communication engineering to the solution of  Engineering problems.

PO2: Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review literature and analyze Electronics and communication engineering problems to design, conduct experiments, analyze data and interpret data.

PO3: Design /development of solutions:Design solution for Electronics and communication engineering problems and design system component of processes that meet the desired needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal and the environmental considerations.

PO4: Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions in Electronics and communication engineering.

PO5: Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to Electronics and communication engineering activities with an understand ingof the limitations.

PO6: The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to Electronics and communication engineering practice.

PO7: Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the Electronics and communication engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge and need for sustainable development.

PO8: Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to prof essional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the Electronics and communication engineering practice.

PO9: Individual and team work: Function affectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings in Electronics and communication engineering.

PO10: Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering committee and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write affective reports and design documentation; make effective presentations in Electronics and communication engineering.

PO11: Project Management and finance:Demonstrate knowledge & understand ingof the electronics and communication engineering principles and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments in Electronics and communication engineering.

PO12: Life – long learning: Recognize the need for, and the preparation and ability to engage in independent research and lifelong learning in the broadest contest of technological changes in Electronics and communication engineering.

Program Specific Outcome (PSOs)

PSOs DESCRIPTION
PSO1 BASIC KNOWLEDGE IN ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING:

The graduates of the program would have a successful professionalcareer in Electronics and Communication Engineering and related fields like VLSI Design, Microprocessor and Microcontroller, Embedded System, Wireless Networks, Communication System, etc….

PSO2 APPROACHES TOWARDS CONTINUING EDUCATION:
The graduates would have capability to learn and adapt to design and develop the needs of real time technologies and also pursue higher studies, researches and as entrepreneurs.
PSO3 APPROACHES TOWARDSSOCIETY:

The graduates would inherit right attitude to contribute as a technical
professional individually and interact with their peers in other disciplines in industry and society to meet social awareness and responsibility for the economic growth of the country.

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It’s Technological advancement that has shrunk the world and it is no wonder that at the click of the mouse, one could get the glimpse of their near and dear ones miles away in their drawing rooms. Electronics and Communication Engineering has undergone a host of admirable changes. Interactive sessions, conduct of seminars, workshops etc. are the added academic exercises dwelt upon by the Department, in the making of an engineer beyond compare.

On behalf of my colleagues, I am delighted to welcome you to the Departmental website of Electronics and Communication Engineering. This website is intended to serve several different constituencies of the Department which include our current students, faculty and Course contents.

The objectives for the establishment of the Department are in line with the vision of MEC to become an exemplary institute of nationally acknowledged stature and excellence in teaching, research and scholarship. Furthermore, our academic program and learning environment have been designed to contribute to the quality and intellectual development of the students. We are actively engaged in an exciting and forward looking program of teaching and research.

The Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering was first started in 1998 with aims to provide our state and our nation, quality graduates whom will contribute to the development of the country in meeting the Vision of MEC. To achieve the vision and goals of the department, it is necessary that all concerned would need to work together and invest in mental and physical energies to uphold the name of the department. The intake of students and number of faculty members in the Department has been steadily increasing. The faculty members are not only providing high quality education to the students, but also are immersed in cutting-edge research which covers almost all disciplinary areas of Electronics and Communication Engineering.,/p>

I hope that the information on these pages reflect this vision and will motivate you to learn more about us with a view to participating in our programs – either as a student, a member of staff, or industry collaborator or sponsor. If you have an opportunity to visit us in person, you are assured of a warm welcome. If you have any comments or suggestions, please email us to hodece@mec.ac.in. We appreciate your interest and your input.

S.No. Faculty Name Designation Joining date Qualification Regular/
Contractual/adjunct
1. Dr.S.Ganesan Prof & Head  4.6.2012 B.E, M.Tech, Ph.D., Regular
2. Dr.K.Jeyakumar Professor 10.6.2016 B.E, M.E, Ph.D., Regular
3. Dr.V.Gajendra kumar Professor 30.6.2016 B.E, M.E, Ph.D., Regular
4. Dr.K.Baskaran Professor 22.5.2017 B.Tech, M.E, Ph.D., Regular
5. Dr.A.RajaGopal Professor 20.7.2018 B.E, M.Tech, Ph.D., Regular
6. Mrs. J. Suganya Asso. Prof. 1.6.2005 B.E,M.E., Regular
7. Mrs. S. Maheswari Asso. Prof. 13.6.2005 B.E,M.E., Regular
8. Mrs. K.  Kavitha Asso. Prof. 7.6.2007 B.E,M.E., Regular
9. Mr. C. V. Venkatasamy Asso. Prof. 26.2.2008 B.E, M.Tech., Regular
10. Ms. C. Jenitha Asso. Prof. 3.4.2008 B.E,M.E., Regular
11. Mr. S. Ramesh Asso. Prof. 3.6.2009 B.Tech, M.Tech., Regular
12. Mrs.C.Mohanadevi Asso. Prof. 8.2.2010 B.E,M.E., Regular
13. Mrs.S.Subhashini Asso. Prof. 10.5.2010 B.E,M.E., Regular
14. Mrs. B. Ramathilagam Asso. Prof. 26.7.2010 B.E,M.E., Regular
15. Ms.C.Vanitha sri Asso. Prof. 22.7.2013 B.E,M.E., Regular
16. Mrs.J.Jothi Asst. Prof. 3.6.2010 B.E, M.Tech., Regular
17. Mr.M.Rajaparthiban Asst. Prof. 1.10.2011 B.E, M.Tech., Regular
18. Mr.G.Sathish Kumar Asst. Prof. 1.10.2011 B.E,M.E., Regular
19. Ms. N. Nishavithri Asst. Prof. 16.7.2012 B.E,M.E., Regular
20. Ms. R.Nithya Asst. Prof. 16.7.2012 B.E,M.E., Regular
21. Mr. K. Dhanasekaran Asst. Prof. 16.7.2012 B.E,M.E., Regular
22. Mr.L.Prakash Asst. Prof. 16.7.2012 B.E, M.Tech., Regular
23. Mrs.P.Srividdhya Asst. Prof. 1.6.2013 B.Tech, M.Tech., Regular
24. Mrs.P.Meena Asst. Prof. 2.6.2013 B.E,M.E., Regular
25. Mr.R.Prasanna Asst. Prof. 6.6.2013 B.E,M.E., Regular
26. Mr.K.Balaji Asst. Prof. 1.7.2013 B.E,M.E., Regular
27. Ms.P.Kaviselvi Asst. Prof. 22.7.2013 B.E,M.E., Regular
28. Ms.V.Karthika Asst. Prof. 22.7.2013 B.E,M.E., Regular
29. Mrs. B.Dheepa Asst. Prof. 2.6.2014 B.E, M.Tech., Regular
30. Ms. K. Anparasi Asst. Prof. 2.6.2014 B.E,M.E., Regular
31. Mr.K.Vinoth Asst. Prof. 1.6.2016 B.Tech, M.Tech Regular
32. Mr.B.Jayakumar Asst. Prof. 4.7.2016 B.E,M.E., Regular
33. Ms.J.Kailvezhi Asst. Prof. 4.7.2016 B.E,M.E., Regular
34. Ms.I.Jayapriya Asst. Prof. 4.7.2016 B.E,M.E., Regular
35. Ms.R.Varalakshmi Asst. Prof. 4.7.2016 B.E,M.E., Regular
36. Mrs.R.Madhumathi Asst. Prof. 4.7.2016 B.E, M.Tech., Regular
37. Ms.J.Ezhilmani Asst. Prof. 4.7.2016 B.E,M.E., Regular
38. Mr.S.Suganraj Asst. Prof. 3.7.2017 B.E,M.E., Regular
39. Ms.B.Valarmathi Asst. Prof. 3.7.2017 B.E,M.E., Regular
40. Ms.N.Dhivya Asst. Prof. 3.7.2017 B.E,M.E., Regular
41. Ms.P.Rama Asst. Prof. 3.7.2017 B.E,M.E., Regular
42. Mr.C.V.Murugadass Asst. Prof. 6.6.2018 B.E,M.E., Regular
43. Mr.C.Ashok Kumar
 
Software Engineer 22.6.2016 B.E., Adjunct
44. Mr.M.Soubbaya
 
System Engineer 2.1.2017 M.Tech., Adjunct
45. Mrs.K.Victoria Project Manager 2.1.2017 M.com, MBA., Adjunct
Sl.No Batch Total number of Students in the Final Year Total number of students placed Percentage of students placed
1 2012-2016 195 146 74.87%
2 2013-2017 194 153 78.86%
3 2014-2018 140 117 83.57%
Batch Name of the Student Name of the Program/Course University Rank Number Total
2008-2012 R.JAYASAKTHI UG:B.E. Electronics and Communication Engineering 46 01
2011-2013 S.LAKSHMI PG:M.E : Communication Systems 17 04
K.ANPARASI 27
G.BEN SERAPHIN 29
K.MAHENDRAN 31
2012-2014 R.ADHIRAI PG:M.E : Communication Systems 13 07
S.DIVYA 15
K.ARCHANA 15
K.GOWTHAMI (21.01.1988) 16
R.VIJAYALAKSHMY 21
R.NANCYDEVAKUMARI 26
K.GOWTHAMI (30.05.1991) 39
2011-2015 P.NANDHINI UG:B.E. Electronics and Communication Engineering 41 01
2013-2015 K.BHAVANI PG:M.E : Communication Systems 10 06
S.DIVYA 25
S.FATHIMABEE 31
G.GAJALAKSHMI 40
A.SATHYA 42
S.DEVISARANYA 44
2014-2016 M.GUNAMOZHI PG:M.E : Communication Systems 2 06
P.PRIYADHARSHINI 8
K.SOWMIYA 15
R.VARALAKSHMI 21
J.EZHIL MANI 32
R.NIVEDHA 33
2015-2017 K.BHUVANESWARI PG:M.E : Communication Systems 15 05
K.PRABAVATHI 15
N.SANJEEVINI 21
G.ASWINI 27
2016-2018 S.SURIYA JOTHI PG:M.E : Communication Systems 1 GOLD MEDAL 05
P.KANAGALAKSHMI 2
R.SANTHIYA 8
C.ASHOK KUMAR 13
S.SANDHIYA 16

Undergraduate

B.E. – Electronics & Communication Engineering

Postgraduate

M.E. – Communication Systems

Scope of the Programmes

UG (Bachelor of Electronics & Communication Engineering)

The Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering takes a great Smugness in turning out successful areas who can tender their best service with boundless competence and utilizing energy. In order to equip our students with the most current in this ephemeral technological field we have set up a state-of-the-art laboratory, which is upgraded periodically. The mission of the Department is to provide Futuristic Technical Education to all our students and instill in them a sense of leadership, entrepreneurship and research to dedicate their lives and services for the betterment of their families and the nation.

The faculty members and students are regularly engaged in presenting and publishing papers in National and International Journals and Conferences. Research works are being carried out in Wireless technology in Network Simulator. The Department regularly applies and receives fund from AICTE, CSIR for projects and seminars. During the year 2012, AICTE Sponsored for various seminar topics like Wireless technology, DIP, VLSI. Guest lectures and industrial visits are arranged regularly to students for up-gradation of knowledge on latest technologies available in the market on the thrust areas like VLSI Design, Wireless Mobile Communication, Digital Image Processing, etc. The students are encouraged for all round excellence in all extracurricular activities.

PG (M.E – Communication System)

The PG Program was started in the year 2009 with team of highly qualified, dedicated and Enthusiastic faculty members as well as with well equipped laboratories. This Programme is having technology and business in a state of flux, speed of thought and competitiveness are the criteria, which separates the best from the rest. In order to equip our students with the most current trends and techniques in this ephemeral technological field we have set up a state-of-the-art laboratory, which is upgraded periodically. We have also added latest topics like Digital Image Processing and Embedded Technology to keep students aware of the recent changes.

Academic Year (2016-2017)

S.No Date Topics Resource person with designation Workshop’s/
Technical talk
Audience Venue
1 28.9.2016 Morphological Processing in 3D/4D in image processing Dr.A.Rajesh, Professor, VIT University, Vellore Technical Talk IV year Conference Hall
2 10.3.2017 Time Domain System of feedback in Control systems Dr.V.KrishnaKumarSt.Joseph College of Engineering, Chennai. Technical Talk II year Auditorium
3 31.3.2017 Design methodology for optimal power and speed in ASIC.VLSI Design Dr. G. Mohan Kumar,Professor cum Principal,
SKPInstitute of Technology, Thiruvanamalai.
Technical Talk III year Auditorium

Academic year (2017-2018)

S.No Date Topics Resource person with designation Workshop’s/
Technical talk
Audience Venue
1 19.8.2017 Design process of DFT/FFT Algorithm
Signal Processing
Dr.V. Swaminathan, Professor / ECE
Pondicherry Engineering College, Puducherry.
Technical Talk III year Conference Hall
 2 27.9.2017 Design and implementation of sequential circuits in Digital Electronics Dr.P.RajaHoD,
SMVEC, Puducherry
Technical Talk II year Auditorium
3 24.3.2018 Wideband Antennas in Antenna & Wave Propogation Dr.V.Nagarajan, Vice Principal,
APEC, Melmaruvathur.
Technical Talk III year Conference Hall

Academic year (2018-2019)

S.No Date Topics Resource person with designation Workshop’s/Technical talk Audience Venue
1 08.9.2018 Technical challenges of DWDM in Optical Networks Dr.Vasudevan,
Asso. Prof.
St.Joseph College of Engineering, Chennai.
Technical Talk III year Conference Hall
Guest lecture conducted by the department during the Academic Year 2018-19
S.No Date Title Name of the Invited Speaker Target Audience Venue
1 08.9.2018 Technical challenges of Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing (DWDM) in Optical Networks Dr.Vasudevan,
Asso.Prof
St.Joseph College of Engineering,
Chennnai
III A,B &C Conference Hall
Guest lecture conducted by the department during the Academic Year 2017-18
S.No Date Title Name of the Invited Speaker Target Audience Venue  
1 19.8.2017 Design process of DFT/FFT Algorithm Signal Processing Dr.V.Saminadan,
Professor,
Puducherry. Engineering College,
Puducherry
III A,B & C Conference Hall  
2 27.9.2017 Design and implementation of sequential circuits in Digital Electronics Dr.P.Raja
HoD/ECE,
Sri ManakulaVinayagarEngineering College.
II A,B & C Auditorium  
3 24.3.2018 Wideband Antennas in Antenna & Wave Propagation Dr.V.Nagrajan,
Vice-Principal,
Adhi Parasakthi Engineering College,
MelMaruvathur
III A,B & C Conference Hall  
Guest lecture conducted by the department during the Academic Year 2016-17
S.No Date Title Name of the Invited Speaker Target Audience Venue
1 28.9.2016 Morphological Processing in 3D/4D in
image processing
Dr.A.Rajesh, Asso.Professor, Velllor Institute of Technology, Vellore IV A,B& C Conference Hall
2 10.3.2017 Time Domain System of feedback in Control systems Dr.V. KrishnaKumar, Asso.Prof.
St.Joseph College of Engineering,
chennai
II A,B& C Auditorium
3 31.3.2017 Design methodology for optimal power and speed in ASIC.VLSI Design Dr. G. Mohan Kumar,Professor cum Principal, SKP
Institute of Technology
III A,B& C Auditorium
S.No Hands on Training Resource Person Duration Year of students
1 Value Added Course on “Ardunio 1.6”
software- Embedded systems
Mr.M.RajaParthiban,
Asst.Prof/ECE
23/8/1/8-28/8/18 IV Year
2 Value Added Course on “Multisim& Proteus Software” Mr.M.RajaParthiban,
Asst.Prof/ECE
17/8/17-22/8/17 II Year
3 Value Added Course on “Basic MATLAB programs”. Mr.C.V.Venkatasamy,
Asso.Prof/ECE
16/7/16-
21/7/16
III Year
STUDENTS PLACED IN TCS CAMPUS DRIVE
19 STUDENTS PLACED IN TCS CAMPUS DRIVE -2015-2019 BATCH
AI-MANIA - TCS ARTIFICAL INTELLIGENCE CONTEST INTERNSHIP WINNERS
AI-MANIA – TCS ARTIFICAL INTELLIGENCE CONTEST INTERNSHIP WINNERS

Sponsored Research

Academic Year: 2018-2019

Project Title Duration Funding Agency Amount
Smart Accident Avoidance System 12 Months DST,Puducherry Rs.2,17,000/-
(Applied)

Academic Year: 2017-2018

Project Title Duration Funding Agency Amount
Smart Weight Lifting System for Poverty People 12 Months ICT Academy, Rs. 15,000/-
Voice whoop admonition to dodge contretemps in power dissemination 12 Months ICT Academy, Rs. 5,000/-
Smart Weight Lifting System for poverty people 12 Months Tamilnadu Science and Technology, Chennai. Rs. 10,000/-
Smart Weight Lifting System for Poverty People 12 Months MSME-TBI Rs.7.18 Lakhs
(Applied)
Voice Whoop Admonition to Dodge Contretemps in Power Dissemination 12 Months MSME-TBI Rs.6.25 Lakhs
(Applied)
Garbage Aquacurepractise Oversee adopting GSM 12 Months MSME-TBI Rs.6 Lakhs
(Applied)
Smart Plantation Robo 12 Months MSME-TBI Rs.6.25 Lakhs
(Applied)
Remote Control Based Solar PloughingMachine 12 Months MSME-TBI Rs.6.25 Lakhs
(Applied)
Smart Exercise System for
Paralysis
12 Months MSME-TBI Rs.3 Lakhs
(Applied)
Theft Avoidance System 12 Months MSME-TBI Rs.3 Lakhs
(Applied)
Smart Baby Health Monitoring
System
12 Months MSME-TBI Rs.3 Lakhs
(Applied)
Versatile Fuel Tank Tracking Mechanism 12 Months MSME-TBI Rs.2 Lakhs
(Applied)
Scintillating System for Amaurotic People 12 Months MSME-TBI Rs.6.25 Lakhs
(Applied)

Academic Year: 2016-2017

Project Title Duration Funding Agency Amount
Bore Well Rescue System 12 Months Tamilnadu Science and Technology, Chennai. Rs. 10,000/-
Smart Weight Lifting System for poverty people 12 Months ICT Academy Rs. 25,000/-

Academic Year: 2015-2016

Project Title Duration Funding Agency Amount
EB and Solar Power billing system.  12 Months Chief Minister Relief Fund,
Puducherry.
Rs. 40,000/-
Remote Control Solar based Ploughing Machine 12 Months Science and Technology.
Puducherry.
Rs. 1,00,000/-

Application submitted for Entrepreneur /Incubator through MEC-MSME business Incubator:

Sl.No Title of the product Student Members / Year/Branch Project Photo
1 Smart Weight Lifting System for Poverty People K.Vijayashankar S.Boopathy IV Year-ECE
2 Voice Whoop Admonition to Dodge Contretemps in Power Dissemination M.Sasirekha S.Srivalli T.Yeaminidevi IV Year-ECE
3 Garbage AquacurePractise Oversee Adopting GSM R.Pandidurai  IV Year-ECE
4 Smart Plantation Robo S.Mohammed Mubarak D.Ragupathy Manibharathi IV Year-ECE
5 Remote Control Based Solar PloughingMachine K.Arthy S.Nivetha IV Year-ECE
6 Smart Exercise System for Paralysis S.Sivaprakash IV Year-ECE
7 Theft Avoidance System R. Prabavathi IV Year-ECE
8 Smart Baby Health Monitoring System V. Srimathi IV Year-ECE
9 Versatile Fuel Tank Tracking Mechanism K. Diliphan IV Year-ECE
10 Scintillating System for Amaurotic People M. Harini IV Year-ECE

Journals with ISSN and Conference Publications (2015-2016)

S.NO Author Title/Topic Name of the Journal& ISSN Number International / National Journal Year of  Publication
1 Dr.S.Ganesan Multi-Focus image fusion based on spatial frequency & LDP analysis under SWT analysis International Journal of Advanced Research trends in engineering and Technology(IJARTET)ISSN 2394- 3785 International 2015-2016
2 Energy Efficient SC-FDMA Transmission over MIMO Channels with MMSE Power Allocation and of DMA Transmission International Journal of Advanced Research trends in engineering and Technology(IJARTET) ISSN 2394- 3785 International 2015-2016
3 Multi-Focus image fusion based on spatial frequency &DWT analysis under SWT analysis International Conference on Recent Trends in Electronics, Communication and Computation Technologies(ICRTECCT) International 2015-2016
4 Energy Efficient SC-FDMA Transmission over MIMO Channels with MMSE Power Allocation and OF DMA Transmission International Conference on Recent Trends in Electronics, Communication and Computation Technologies(ICRTECCT) International 2015-2016
5 Multi-Focus image fusion based on spatial frequency & LDP analysis under SWT analysis National Conference on Emerging Trends in Electronics, Communication and Networking National 2015-2016
6 Energy Efficient SC-FDMA Transmission over MIMO Channels with MMSE Power Allocation and OF DMA Transmission National Conference on Sustainable Modern Advances in Research and Technology National 2015-2016
1 Dr.B.Partibane Efficient Modular Exponentiation Architectures for RSA Algorithm International Journal of Engineering Research in Electronic and Communication Engineering (IJERECE) International 2015-2016
1 Mrs.J.Suganya Carrier Frequency Of fset Estimation for Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing International Journal of Advanced Research Trends in Engineering and Technology.IJARTET ISSN 2394 – 3785 International 2015-2016
2 An effective recognition of partial speech using non-audible murmur for speech impaired children IJCTA International 2016 – 2017
3 Carrier Frequency Of fset Estimation for Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing International Conference on Recent trends in Electronics, Communication and Computation Technologies International 2015-2016
4 Performance Analysis of OFDM system with rand om residual CFO National conference on Emerging Trends in Electronics, Communication and Networking National 2015-2016
1 Mrs.C.Mohanadevi Energy Efficient SC-FDMA Transmission over MIMO Channels with MMSE Power Allocation and OF DMA Transmission International Journal of Advanced Research Trends in Engineering and Technology.IJARTET ISSN 2394 – 3785 International 2015-2016
1 Mr.C.V.Venkatasamy Satellite Remote Sensing Image Based Aircraft Recognition and Detect Fuzzy Clustering International Journal of Advanced Research Trends in Engineering and Technology. IJARTET ISSN 2394 – 3785 International 2015-2016
2 Satellite remote sensing image-based aircraft recognition & detect Fuzzy Clustering International Conference on Recent trends in Electronics, Communication and Computation Technologies International 2015-2016
3 Satellite remote sensing image-based aircraft recognition & detect Fuzzy Clustering National conference on Emerging Trends in Electronics, Communication and Networking National 2015-2016
1 Mrs.S.Maheswari Outage Probability of Energy Harvesting using Decode and Forward Technique International Conference on Recent trends in Electronics, Communication and Computation Technologies International 2015-2016
1 Mrs.J.Jothi Multi User and Multi Channel Using Beam Forming Based Power and Channel Allocation on MISO System International Journal of Advanced Research Trends in Engineering and Technology. IJARTET ISSN 2394 – 3785 International 2015-2016
1 Mrs.B.Ramathilagam Evaluation Of MIMO-OF DM In Channel Diversity on Ship Below Deck Using QAM International Journal of Advanced Research Trends in Engineering and Technology. IJARTET ISSN 2394 – 3785 International 2015-2016
2 Evaluation of MIMO – OF DM in channel diversity on ship below deck using QAM International Conference on Recent trends in Electronics, Communication and Computation Technologies International 2015-2016
3 Evaluation of MIMO – OF DM in channel diversity on ship below deck using QAM National Conference on Emerging Trends in Electronic, Communication & Networking. National 2015-2016
1 Mrs.S.Ramesh Resource Sharing Protection using RTP Data transfer Protocol and Burst Multiplexing in Optical Burst Switched Network International Conference in magna on Emerging Engineering trends International 2015 – 2016
1 Mr.M.Rajaparthiban Human powered and remote control based hydro solar ploughing trends in machine International journal of Emerging Science and Technology International 2015 – 2016
2 Automatic fluid mechanism to avoid accident in train International Open journal of Educational Research International 2015 – 2016
3 Android based Organic Agriculture International journal of Advanced Research Trends in Engineering and Technology ISSN 2394-3785 International 2015 – 2016
1 Ms.C.Jenitha Implementation of Cognitive in underwater communication ICIEEE International 2015– 2016
1 Ms.C.Vanithasri Implementation of Cognitive in underwater communication ICIEEE International 2015 – 2016
1 Mrs.N.Nishavithiri Comparison of warping filter banks using MATLAB based Feature Extraction techniques in ASR International Journal of Innovative Research in Computer and Communication Engineering ISSN 2320-9798 International 2015 – 2016
1 Ms.R.Nithya Performance analysis of wireless local area network International conference on networks and communication International 2015– 2016
1 Mrs.P.Meena Performance analysis of wireless local area network International conference on networks and communication International 2015– 2016
1 Mrs.B.Dheepa Performance analysis of wireless local area network International conference on networks and communication International 2015-2016
1 Ms.P.Kaviselvi Performance analysis of wireless local area network International conference on networks and communication International 2015– 2016

Journals with ISSN and Conference Publications (2016-2017)

S.NO Author Title/Topic Name of the Journal& ISSN Number International / National Journal Year of Publication
1 Dr.S.Ganesan Effective Detection of Image Forgeries on Different Resolution Images using Illuminant Map National Conference on Emerging technologies National 2016-2017
2 Aging Face Recognition Using SIFT Features and Age Estimation using Edge Detection National Conference on Emerging technologies National 2016-2017
3 Stenographyand Crypto biometric System Model using DBE Scheme National Conference on Emerging technologies National 2016-2017
4 High Performance FIR filter Design using Ancient Indian Vedic Mathematics International Journal of Advanced research in Basic Engineering Sciences and Technology
ISSN 2395-965X
International 2016-2017
5 High Performance Design of Elgamal Cryptographic Algorithm using Vedic Mathematics Indian Journal of Science and Technology
ISSN 0974- 5645
International 2016-2017
1 Dr.K.Jeyakumar Automated Fair Collection System for Passengers in Vehicles using Barcode ticket and RFID reader International Conference on Emerging innovation in Engineering and Technology
ISSN 2456-1983
International 2016 – 2017
2 Multi service Hand of Mechanism with QOS Support in Mobile Cloud Computing Environment International Conference on Emerging Innovation in Engineering and Technology
ISSN 2456-1983
International 2016 – 2017
1 Dr.V.Gajendra Kumar Face Recognition System by Image Processing International Conference on Recent trends in Electronics, Communication and Computation Technologies International 2016 – 2017
2 Evaluations of programming complexity in APP Inventor International Conference on Recent trends in Electronics, Communication and Computation Technologies International 2016-2017
1 Mrs.J.Suganya Enhancing the efficiency of voice-controlled wheel chairs using NAM for recognizing partial speech in Tamil Circuits and systems
ISSN 2884 – 2892
International 2016-2017
1 Mr.C.V.Venkatasamy Automated Fair collection system for passengers in Vehicles using Barcode ticket and RFID reader International Conference on Emerging innovation in Engineering and Technology
ISSN 2456-1983
International 2016 – 2017
2 Multi service Hand of Mechanism with QOS Support in Mobile Cloud Computing Environment International Conference on Emerging Innovation in Engineering and Technology
ISSN 2456-1983
International 2016– 2017
3 Sharing of Tactical Information between UGV’s using VANET in Military Battle field. International Conference on Emerging Innovation in Engineering and Technology
ISSN 2456-1983
International 2016-2017
4 Guarantee Energy Saving and Interference Minimization in MIMO WSN’S using Opportunistic and E-span Algorithm International Conference on Instrumentation, Electrical and Electronics Engineering International 2016 – 2017
1 Mrs.C.Mohanadevi An Efficient Method for Snow Monitoring and Peak Identification International conference on Futuristic Trends in Electronics Engineering International 2016-2017
2 A Robust and Efficient Color Image Water Marking using Quantum Particle Swarm Optimization Algorithm International conference on Futuristic Trends in Electronics Engineering International 2016– 2017
1 Mrs.B.Ramathilagam Faster Encryption and Decryption Scheme for Visual Cryptography using Error Diffusion and Segmentation  International Conference on Emerging Innovation in Engineering and Technology
ISSN 2456-1983
International 2016 – 2017
2 Rethinking Mobile Data of flooding to Combine Wi-Fi and Small Cell in Unlicensed Spectrum International Conference on Emerging Innovation in Engineering and Technology
ISSN 2456-1983
International 2016– 2017
1 Mrs.K.Kavitha Optimal Performance of Key PredistributionProtocol in Wireless Sensor Network International Conference on Emerging innovation in Engineering & Technology International 2016 – 2017
1 Ms.C.Jenitha Implementation of Magnetic Induction in underground Communication ICIEEE International 2016 – 2017
1 Ms.C.Vanithasri Implementation of Magnetic Induction in Underground Communication ICIEEE International 2016 – 2017
1 Mr.S.Ramesh A Context Aware hand of f scheme and All IP Mobile Multicast Service for WIMAX Networks National Conference on Computing and communication Technologies National 2016 – 2017
1 Mrs.S.Subhashini A Robust and Efficient Color Image Water Marking using Quantum Particle Swarm Optimization Algorithm International Conference on Futuristic Trends in Electronics Engineering International 2016 – 2017
1 Mr.M.Rajaparthiban LIFI based Guarded Phonic Conveyance in terms of Dossier International journal of Multi Disciplinary Research International 2016 – 2017
2 Garbage Aqua cure Practice Oversee Adopting GSM International journal of Scientific Engineering and Applied Science
ISSN 2395-3470
International 2016 – 2017
1 Mrs.N.Nishavithri Modern vehicle for the Physically Challenged People using Blue Eye Technology International Journal of Mechanical Engineering and Technology
ISSN 0976-6359
International 2016 – 2017
2 Integrated 0.4 KV bus monitoring and Drives Control of Fuel Oil Pump House MCC in Thermal Power Station in NLC Middle- East Journal of Scientific Research
ISSN 1990-9233
International 2016 – 2017
3 Automated Bus Monitoring and Drive Control System in Thermal Power Station II International Conference on Science Technology Engineering and Management International 2016- 2017
4 IoT based Waste Collection System using Infrared Sensors National conference on smart and digital electronic systems National 2016– 2017
5 Optimal Precision allocation through PA algorithm in Wireless Sensor Network applications International Journal of Engineering Research
ISSN 2321-7758
International 2016 – 2017
1 Mr.K.Balaji Wireless underwater sensor networks state of the art and future directions International conference on WISPNET International 2016 – 2017
1 Mr.K.Dhanasekaran Wireless underwater sensor networks state of the art and future directions International conference on WISPNET International 2016 – 2017
1 Mr.R.Prasanna Wireless underwater sensor networks state of the art and future directions International conference on WISPNET International 2016 – 2017
1 Mr.K.Vinoth Design of low power LFSR with and without clock gating in different BIST modes International conference on Intelligent Systems and Control International 2016 – 2017
1 Mrs.K.Anparasi Design of low power LFSR with and without clock gating in different BIST modes International conference on Intelligent Systems and Control International 2016 – 2017

Journals with ISSN and Conference Publications (2017-2018)

S.No. Author Title/Topic Name of the Journal& ISSN Number International / National Journal Year of Publication
1 Dr.S.Ganesan A lossless data hiding Algorithm with contrast Enhancement for high dynamic range images International Conference on Futuristic Trends in Electronics Engineering ICFTEE International 2017– 2018
2 Highly secure image encryption using MSB with Canny edge detection International Conference on Futuristic Trends in Electronics Engineering ICFTEE International 2017– 2018
1 Dr.K.Baskaran Analysis and segmentation of the bone cancer MRI image based on neural networks approach model IOSRJVSP International 2017– 2018
2 Feature fusion for FDG –PET and MRI for automated extra skeletal bone sarcoma classification Material study International 2017– 2018
1 Mrs. J. Suganya A Hybrid Machine learning approach for disease detection in agriculture plant leaf International Conference on Futuristic Trends in Electronics Engineering ICFTEE International 2017– 2018
1 Mr.C.V.Venkatasamy  Underwater Depth Estimation and Image Restoration Based on Single Images International Conference on Futuristic Trends in Electronics Engineering ICFTEE International 2017– 2018
1 Mrs.B.Ramathilagam Hybrid Intelligent Water Drop and Ant Colony Optimization for Solving Multipath Data Transmission in WSN International Conference on Futuristic Trends in Electronics Engineering ICFTEE International 2017– 2018
1 Mrs.K.Kavitha Restoring Super Resolution Images using Dictionary Learning and Non-local Means Algorithm International Conference on Futuristic Trends in Electronics Engineering ICFTEE International 2017– 2018
1 Mr.S.Ramesh Multi- hop Information Based on Abnormal Nodes Detection in WSN International Conference on Futuristic Trends in Electronics Engineering ICFTEE International 2017– 2018
1 Mrs.S.Subhashini Cluster formation using grey wolf optimization in wireless sensor network International Conference on Futuristic Trends in Electronics Engineering ICFTEE International 2017– 2018
1 Mrs.N.Nishavithri Authenticated Automatic Ration Shop using RFID and GSM International Journal for Research in Applied Science & Engineering Technology
ISSN 2321- 9653
International 2017– 2018
1 Mr.K.Dhanasekaran A Computational Approach of Highly Secure Hash Algorithm for Color Image Steganography using Edge Detection and Honey Encryption Algorithm International Journal of Engineering& Technology International 2017– 2018
1 Mr.K.Balaji Multi Smart Toll Vehicle System International Conference on Innovative Mechanisms for Industry Applications International 2017 – 2018
1 Mr.K.Dhanasekaran Multi Smart Toll Vehicle System International Conference on Innovative Mechanisms for Industry Applications International 2017 – 2018
1 Mr.R.Prasanna Multi Smart Toll Vehicle System International Conference on Innovative Mechanisms for Industry Applications International 2017 – 2018
1 Ms.R.Nithya Ground simulation method for arbitrary distance optical transmission of a free space laser communication system International Conference on Communication and Technology International 2017 – 2018
1 Mrs.P.Meena Ground simulation method for arbitrary distance optical transmission of a free space laser communication system International Conference on Communication and Technology International 2017 – 2018
1 Ms.P.Kaviselvi Ground simulation method for arbitrary distance optical transmission of a free space laser communication system International Conference on Communication and Technology International 2017 – 2018
1 Ms.B.Dheepa Ground simulation method for arbitrary distance optical transmission of a free space laser communication system International Conference on Communication and Technology International 2017 – 2018

Faculty Pursuing Ph.D.:

Faculty Name Research Topic University and Year of Registration Details of supervisor
Mrs.C.Mohana Devi Channel aware route fragility Adhoc on demand multipath distance vector routing in MANETS with route hand of f Anna university, Jan2015 Dr.J.Baskaran,
Prof & Head, Adhiparasakthi Engineering college, Melmaruvathur,
Kanchipuram dist.
Mr.K. Balaji IOT in under water communication Anna university,
Feb 2016
Dr.S.SakthivelMurugan,
Asso.Prof/ECE,
SSN college of Engg,Kalavakkam, Chennai
Mr.R.Prasanna Reconfigurable and switchableultra wideband array Antenna using Balunand MEMS. Anna university,
June 2016
Dr.Annaram,
Professor/ ECE,
Jerusalem collegeof Engg,
Chennai.
Mr.K.Dhanasekaran A computational approach of FPGA performance in highly secure hash algorithm for image,audioand video steganography using distributed canny edge detection method. Anna university
June 2016
Dr.P.Anandhan,
Prof /EEE,
VelTechMultitech,Avadi,
Chennai

Hands On Projects

S.No Student Name Year/
Dept
Title of the Project Mobile No Mail -ID
1 N.Sabarinathan III/ECE Li-Fi Communication 7092643873 sabauma1998@gmail.com
2 M.Sivaprakash
K.Nirmal Kumar
P.Parthasarathi
B.Dinesh Kumar
III/ECE Smart Harvesting Robot for saltpan workers 8760850813 sivaprakash22222@gmail.com
3 A.Yuvasanthi
R.Gayathri
III/ECE Smart Cyber Swan Based Robot 9943418732 ayuvasanthi@gmail.com
4 S.Gokul
A.Karmegam
A.Arunachala Kumar
E.Dinesh
III/ECE Smart Fire Accident Avoidance
Robots
8760850813 gokul1998@gmail.com
5 R.Manikandan III/ECE Smart Voting System 9843231375 mani_rajan98@gmail.com

Real World Projects

Project Explained by the Students

 “Hand s on Projects” Project Explained by the Students with the Head of Institution/Dept

Students Activities:

List of best projects for the Academic Year (2017-2018):

S.No Project Title Name of the Student Guide Name Type Domain Achievements
1 Versatile fuel tank tracking mechanism K.Diliphan
K.Arumugam
I.Ajith Kumar
N.Arunkumar
Ms.C.Jenitha Application,Societal Measurmentsand Instrumentation Won I
Prize in Selvam College of Technology
2 Smart Weight Lifting system for Poverty People Vijayasankar.k
Boopathy.S
Mugilan.N
Raja.M
Mr. M. Rajaparthiban Application, Societal Embedded Systems Won I Prize
Sri VenkateshwaraCollegeof Engineering
3 Module to find Artificial food products M.Zeenath Fathima
T.Vijayasanthi
T.Ranjitha
S.Thamaraiselvi
Mrs.J.Suganya Application, Societal Embedded Systems Won II Prize Sri Manakular
Vinayagar Institute of Technology
4 Smart Identification of Pest and Complex in Crops M.Harini
B.Jayasri
R.Jayashree
A.Pramila
Mrs.P.Srividhya Application,Societal Embedded Systems Won I Prize from
Panimalar
Institueof Technology
5 Smart Plantation Robo S.Mohamed Mubarak
D.Ragupathi
D.Manibharathi
Mrs. N.Nishavithri Application, Societal Embedded Systems Won II Prize from RMK Institute of Technology

List of best projects for the Academic Year (2016-2017):

S. No Project Title Name of the Student Guide Name Type Domain Achievements
1 A Smart Robot Module for Rescue System of Contamination and for Health Care Support M.Abinaya
D.Chandraleka
P.Dharani
V.Kalaivani
Mr.R.Prasanna Application, Societal Microcontroller Won II Prize from Paavai Engineering College
2 Flood Alert System and Water Level Monitoring K.Kalaiselvi
A.Kalaiyarasi
G.Abinaya
P.Divyabharathi
Dr.S.Ganesan Application, Societal Microcontroller
&Control System
Won II Prize MIT College of Technology
3 Wireless Armed Unmanned Robotic System for Defene& Military Application R.Deepikashini
S.Aswini
V.Dhanaselvi
Ms.C.Jenitha Application, Societal Microcontroller Won III Prize College of Technology Panimalar
Institueof Technology
4 Vehicle Blackbox System accident Analysis S.Kuppusamy
K.Pradeep
S.P.Rooban Raj
S.Kiran
Mrs.N.Nishavithri Application, Societal Microcontroller Won II Prize RMK College of Engg.& Technology
5 ARM Processor Controlled advanced fire Rescue System using GSM S.Sowndharyak.Sowndarya
R.Sivaranjini
K.Tamizhselvi
Mrs.S.Subashini Application, Societal Embedded Systems

NALAIA KALAM AWARD 2017

NALAIA KALAM AWARD 2017

ICT Academy Best Project award for the project

ICT Academy Best Project award for the project“Smart Weight Lifting system for Poverty People” by K.Vijayashankar& S.Boopathy.

Smart Weight Lifting system for Poverty People

Best Project – “Versatile fuel tank tracking mechanism”

S. No Student Name Project Category Title of the project
Academic Year (2017-2018)
1 K.Diliphan
K.Arumugam
I.Ajith Kumar
N.Arunkumar
Academic Project Versatile fuel tank tracking mechanism
2 Vijayasankar.k
Boopathy.S
Mugilan.N
Raja.M
Academic Project Smart Weight Lifting System for Poverty People
3 M.Zeenath Fathima
T.Vijayasanthi
T.Ranjitha
S.Thamaraiselvi
Academic Project Module to Find Artificial Food Products
4 M.Harini
B.Jayasri
R.Jayashree
A.Pramila
Academic Project Smart Identification of Pest and Complex in Crops
5 S.Mohamed Mubarak
D.Ragupathi
D.Manibharathi
Academic Project Smart Plantation Robot
Academic Year (2016-2017)
1 M.Abinaya
D.Chandraleka
P.Dharani
V.Kalaivani
Academic Project A Smart Robot Module for Rescue System of Contamination and for Health Care Support
2 K.Kalaiselvi
A.Kalaiyarasi
G.Abinaya
P.Divyabharathi
Academic Project Flood Alert System and Water Level Monitoring
3 R.Deepikashini
S.Aswini
V.Dhanaselvi
Academic Project Wireless Armed Unmanned Robotic System for Defene& Military Application
4 S.Kuppusamy
K.Pradeep
S.P.Rooban Raj
S.Kiran
Academic Project Vehicle Blackbox System accident Analysis
5 S.SowndharyaK.Sowndarya
R.Sivaranjini
K.Tamizhselvi
Academic Project ARM Processor Controlled advanced fire Rescue System using GSM

Industrial Visit

For the Academic Year (2018 – 2019)

S.No. Date of Visit Organization Visited
1 22.09.2018 Hindustan Heavy Electricals, Coimbatore.
2 02.08.2018 All India Radio, Trichy
3 02.08.2018 All India Radio, Trichy
4 04.08.2018 BSNL,Trichy
5 04.08.2018 BSNL,Trichy

For the Academic Year (2017 – 2018)

S.No. Date of Visit Organization Visited
1 23.08.2017 IANT Services,Velachery, Chennai
2 11.1.2018 Doordharshan,Chennai.
3 03.08.2017 IANT Services,Velachery, Chennai
4 11.1.2018 SansboundNetworking,Chennai
5 26.08.2017 Iris Solutions, Trichy
6. 26.08.2017 Iris Solutions, Trichy

For the Academic Year (2016 – 2017)

S.No. Date of Visit Organization Visited
1 20.10.16 Doordharshan,Chennai
2 30.8.2016 Doordharshan,Chennai
3 09-8-2016 BSNL,Trichy

For the Academic Year (2015 – 2016)

S.No. Date of Visit Organization Visited
1 04.09.2015 HCL,Chennai
2 14.08.2015 Optimus Technocrates,Salem

Internship:

For the Academic Year (2018 – 2019)

S.No. Name of the Student Event Place Date(s)
1. Vanathi.S Internship Training Broadband Communication
at BSNL, Puducherry
21.5.18-25.5.18
2. S.ShanmugaPriya Internship Training Broadband Communication
at BSNL,Puducherry
21.5.18-25.5.18
3. Mohamed Irfan Internship Training Broadband Communication
at BSNL, Puducherry
21.5.18-25.5.18
4. M.Nagaraj Internship Training TCS(GeeKAI-Mania) 31.10.2018
5. K.MullaiValavan Internship Training TCS(GeeK AI-Mania) 31.10.2018

For the Academic Year (2017 – 2018)

S.No. Name of the Student Event Place Date(s)
1. A.Anand Internship Training Manufacturing Operations    (LenovaInd.Pvt Ltd) 14.5.18-19.5.18
2. P.Boopathy Internship Training Manufacturing Operations    (LenovaInd.Pvt Ltd) 14.5.18-19.5.18
3. C.Mubarak Internship Training Manufacturing Operations    (LenovaInd.Pvt Ltd) 14.5.18-19.5.18
4. J.Manjula Internship
Training
TeslarZone, Automation Solutions 8.5.17-12.5.17
5. Mohammed Irfan Internship Training TeslarZone, Automation Solutions 8.5.17-12.5.17
6. Nandhini.E Internship Training TeslarZone, Automation Solutions 8.5.17-12.5.17
7. M.Velmurugan Internship Training TeslarZone, Automation Solutions 8.5.17-15.5.17
8. S.Silambarasan Internship Training TeslarZone, Automation Solutions 8.5.17-12.5.17
9. S.Sabarinathan Internship Training Manufacturing Operations   
 (LenovaInd.Pvt Ltd)
14.5.18-19.5.18
10. C.Suruthi Internship Training Manufacturing Operations  
  (LenovaInd.Pvt Ltd)
14.5.18-19.5.18

For the Academic Year (2016 – 2017)

S.No. Name of the Student Event Place Date(s)
1. S.Sneha Internship Training TeslarZone, Automation Solutions 22.5.17-26.5.17
2. K.Suruthi Internship Training TeslarZone, Automation Solutions 22.5.17-26.5.17
3. M.Vijayakumar Internship Training TeslarZone, Automation Solutions 22.5.17-26.5.17
4. M.Velkumaran Internship
Training
Manufacturing Operations    (LenovaInd.Pvt Ltd) 15.5.17-20.5.17
5. ZenathFathima Internship Training Manufacturing Operations     (LenovaInd.Pvt Ltd) 15.5.17-20.5.17
6. Shakeeladevi Internship Training Manufacturing Operations     (LenovaInd.Pvt Ltd) 15.5.17-20.5.17
7. P.Sethuraman Internship Training Manufacturing Operations     (LenovaInd.Pvt Ltd) 15.5.17-20.5.17
8. D.Manikandan Internship Training TeslarZone, Automation Solutions 22.5.17-26.5.17
9. L.Revathi Internship Training TeslarZone, Automation Solutions 22.5.17-26.5.17

In-Plant Training:

For the Academic Year (2018 – 2019)

S.No. Name of the Student Event Place Date(s)
1. K.Vijayalakshmi Inplant Training in Telecommunication Management BSNL, Puducherry 25.6.18-29.6.18
2. S.SuriyaPriya Inplant Training in Telecommunication Management BSNL,Puducherry 25.6.18-29.6.18
3. N.Anandhi Inplant Training in Telecommunication Management BSNL, Puducherry 25.6.18-29.6.18
4. A.Madan Inplant Training in Telecommunication Management BSNL, Puducherry 25.6.18-29.6.18
5. D.Tamizhselvan Inplant Training in Telecommunication Management BSNL, Puducherry 25.6.18-29.6.18

For the Academic Year (2017 – 2018)

S.No. Name of the Student Event Place Date(s)
1. S.SuriyaPriya Inplant Training in Telecommunication Management BSNL, Puducherry 30.6.17
2. Suhasini.K Inplant Training in Telecommunication Management BSNL, Puducherry 30.6.17
3. Sujatha.S Inplant Training in Telecommunication Management BSNL, Puducherry 30.6.17
4. K.LakshmiBai Inplant Training in BroadcastingEquipments All India Radio,Trichy 27.11.17-1.12.17
5. Jenisha.M Inplant Training in BroadcastingEquipments All India Radio,Trichy 27.11.17-1.12.17
6. Nishanth.S Inplant Training in BrodcastingEquipments All India Radio,Trichy 27.11.17-1.12.17
7. K.Diliphan Inplant Training in Telecommunication Management BSNL, Puducherry 30.6.17
8. N.Nivetha Inplant Training in Telecommunication Management BSNL, Puducherry 30.6.17
9. S.Santheya Inplant Training in Embedded Networking CGates, Puducherry 01.06.17-15.6.17
10. Soundarya.M Inplant Training in Embedded Networking CGates, Puducherry 01.06.17-15.6.17
11. C.Ranjitha Inplant Training in Telecommunication Management BSNL, Puducherry 30.6.17
12. S.Shakeela Devi Inplant Training in Telecommunication Management BSNL, Puducherry 30.6.17
13. G.Madan Inplant Training in BroadcastingEquipments All India Radio,Trichy 27.11.17-1.12.17
14 D.Kowsalya Inplant Training in BroadcastingEquipments All India Radio,Trichy 27.11.17-1.12.17

For the Academic Year (2016 – 2017)

S.No. Name of the Student Event Place Date(s)
1. E.Karthik Inplant Training in Embedded Networking CGates, Puducherry 06.6.16-11.6.16
2. Veeraguru Inplant Training in Embedded Networking CGates, Puducherry 06.6.16-11.6.16
3. Sasirekha Inplant Training in Embedded Networking CGates, Puducherry 06.6.16-11.6.16
4. N.Sathyabama Inplant Training Unique Technologies
Pvt.(Ltd)
5.12.2016-10.12.2016
5. N.ZenathFathima Inplant Training Unique Technologies
Pvt.(Ltd)
5.12.2016-10.12.2016
6. K.Vijayashankar Inplant Training Unique Technologies
Pvt.(Ltd)
5.12.2016-10.12.2016
7. S.ShanmugaPriya Inplant Training Unique Technologies Pvt.(Ltd) 5.12.2016-10.12.2016
8. C.Manjula Inplant Training Unique Technologies
Pvt.(Ltd)
5.12.2016-10.12.2016
9. Nirmala.E Inplant Training in Telecommunication Management BSNL, Puducherry 19.6.17 –
24.6.17
10. Nivetha.G Inplant Training in Telecommunication Management BSNL, Puducherry 19.6.17 –
24.6.17
11. Sivashankari.S Inplant Training in Telecommunication Management BSNL, Puducherry 19.6.17 –

24.6.17

VLSI and DSP Laboratory

    Name of the Laboratory: Digital Signal Processing Laboratory (Odd Semester)

    List of Experiments

    USING TMS320C5X/TMS320C 67XX/ADSP 218X/219X/BS531/532/561

    1. Study of various addressing modes of DSP using simple programming examples
    2. Implementation of Linear and Circular Convolution
    3. Sampling of input signal and display
    4. Waveform generation
    5. Implementation of FIR filter

VLSI and DSP Laboratory

Name of the Laboratory: Digital Signal Processing Laboratory (Odd Semester)

List of Experiments

USING TMS320C5X/TMS320C 67XX/ADSP 218X/219X/BS531/532/561

  1. Study of various addressing modes of DSP using simple programming examples
  2. Implementation of Linear and Circular Convolution
  3. Sampling of input signal and display
  4. Waveform generation
  5. Implementation of FIR filter

USING MATLAB

  1. Generation of Signals
  2. Linear and circular convolution of two sequences
  3. Sampling and effect of aliasing
  4. Design of FIR filters
  5. Design of IIR filters
  6. Calculation of FFT of a signal
  7. Decimation by polyphase decomposition.

DSP LAB: MAJOR EQUIPMENTS

  1. MATLAB with Simulink and Signal Processing Tool Box or Equivalent Software in desktop systems
  2. Signal Generator and CRO

Name of the Laboratory: VLSI Design Laboratory (Even Semester)

List of Experiments

  1. Design Entry and simulation of combinational logic circuits (8 bit adders, 4 bit multipliers, address decoders, multiplexers), Test bench creation, functional verification, and concepts of concurrent and sequential execution to be highlighted.
  2. Design Entry and simulation of sequential logic circuits (counters, PRBS Generators, accumulators). Test bench creation, functional verification, and concepts of concurrent and sequential execution to be highlighted.
  3. Synthesis, P & R and Post P & R simulation for all the blocks/codes developed in Expt. No. 1 and No. 2 given above. Concepts of FPGA floor plan, critical path, design gate count, I/O configuration and pin assignment to be taught in this experiment.
  4. Generation of configuration/fuse files for all the blocks/codes developed as part of Expt.1. and Expt. 2. FPGA devices must be configured and hardware tested for the blocks/codes developed as part of Expt. 1. and Expt. 2. The correctness of the inputs and outputs for each of the blocks must be demonstrated atleast on oscilloscopes (logic analyzer preferred).
  5. Schematic Entry and SPICE simulation of MOS differential amplifier. Determination of gain, bandwidth, output impedance and CMRR.
  6. Layout of a simple CMOS inverter, parasitic extraction and simulation.
  7. Design of a 10 bit number controlled oscillator using standard cell approach, simulation followed by study of synthesis reports.
  8. Automatic layout generation followed by post layout extraction and simulation of the circuit studied in Expt. No.7

Name of the Laboratory: Computer Networks Laboratory (Even Semester)

List of Experiments

  1. PC to PC Communication. Parallel Communication using 8 bit parallel cable Serial communication using RS 232C
  2. Ethernet LAN protocol. To create scenario and study the performance of CSMA/CD protocol through simulation
  3. Token bus and token ring protocols. To create scenario and study the performance of token bus and token ring protocols through simulation
  4. Wireless LAN protocols. To create scenario and study the performance of network with CSMA / CA protocol and compare with CSMA/CD protocols.
  5. Implementation and study of stop and wait protocol
  6. Implementation and study of Goback-N and selective repeat protocols
  7. Implementation of distance vector routing algorithm
  8. Implementation of Link state routing algorithm
  9. Implementation of Data encryption and decryption
  10. Transfer of files from PC to PC using Windows / Unix socket processing​

COMPUTER NETWORKS LAB: MAJOR EQUIPMENTS

  1. Network simulator like NS2/ NS3 / Glomosim /OPNET/ Equivalent​
  2. C / C++ / Java / Equivalent Compiler

Name of the Laboratory: Communication Systems Laboratory I (Odd Semester)

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List of Experiments

  1. Channel equalizer design using MATLAB (LMS, RLS)
  2. Transform based compression techniques.
  3. Antenna Radiation Pattern measurement.
  4. Transmission line parameters & Measurement using Network Analyser
  5. Performance Evaluation of digital modulation schemes
  6. Implementation of Linear and Cyclic Codes.
  7. OFDM transceiver design using MATLAB​

NAME OF THE LABORATORY: OPTICAL AND MICROWAVE LAB: (ODD SEMESTER)

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  1. DC Characteristics of LED and PIN Photo diode
  2. Mode Characteristics of Fibers
  3. Measurement of connector and bending losses
  4. Fiber optic Analog and Digital Link- frequency response(analog) and eye diagram (digital 5. Numerical Aperture determination for Fibers
  5. Attenuation Measurement in Fibers

MICROWAVE EXPERIMENTS

  1. Reflex klystron or Gunn diode characteristics and basic microwave parameter measurement such as VSWR, frequency, wavelength.
  2. Directional Coupler Characteristics.
  3. Radiation Pattern of Horn Antenna.
  4. S-parameter Measurement of the following microwave components (Isolator, Circulator, E plane Tee, H Plane Tee, Magic Tee)
  5. Attenuation and Power Measurement

OPTICAL AND MICROWAVE LAB: MAJOR EQUIPMENTS

  1. Trainer kit for carrying out LED and PIN diode characteristics, Digital multi meter, optical power meter
  2. Trainer kit for analyzing Analog and Digital link performance, 2 Mbps PRBS Data source, 10 MHz signal generator, 20 MHz Digital storage Oscilloscope
  3. Trainer kit for determining the mode characteristics, losses in optical fiber
  4. Microwave test Bench at X band to determine Directional coupler characteristics
  5. Microwave test Bench at X band and Antenna turn table to measure Radiation pattern of Horn antenna, 2 Horn antennas
  6. Microwave test Bench at X band to determine VSWR for Isolator and Circulator, VSWR meter, Isolator, Circulator, E Plane Tee, H plane Tee
  7. Microwave test Bench at X band, Variable attenuator, Detector and 20 MHz Digital / Analog Oscilloscope

NAME OF THE LABORATORY: EMBEDDED LAB: (ODD SEMESTER)LIST OF EXPERIMENTS:

  1. Study of ARM evaluation system
  2. Interfacing ADC and DAC.
  3. Interfacing LED and PWM.
  4. Interfacing real time clock and serial port.
  5. Interfacing keyboard and LCD.
  6. Interfacing EPROM and interrupt.
  7. Mailbox.
  8. Interrupt performance characteristics of ARM and FPGA.
  9. Flashing of LEDS.
  10. Interfacing stepper motor and temperature sensor.
  11. Implementing zigbee protocol with ARM.

EMBEDDED LAB: MAJOR EQUIPMENTS

  1. Embedded trainer kits with ARM board
  2. Embedded trainer kits suitable for wireless communication
  3. Adequate quantities of Hardware, software and consumables

NAME OF THE LABORATORY: MICROPROCESSOR AND MICROCONTROLLER LAB: (ODD SEMESTER)

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