Lab Facilities

Laboratory Facilities

Departmental Laboratories

» Description: This lab covers experiments related to analog and digital communication theory. This lab is featured with numerous experimental kits that allow the undergraduates to perform experiments on analog/digital modulation, multiplexing, analyses etc.» Major components:
• Experimental kits
• Digital Storage Oscilloscope

» Software used:
• Simulink/Matlab

Control System Lab consists of a number of computers together with simulation tools that allows students to simulate system responses, analyze stability, transient and steady-state behaviors of system and design cascade and feedback controllers to improve the system responses.
The lab has a number of motor control trainers that allow the user to perform numerous control experiments using either an analog or a digital controller.  Drive of the motor system can be achieved by either using voltage input directly into the analog drive amplifier or by outputting a pulse width modulated waveform from a computer interface to the PWM demodulation circuitry.   The lab has four sets of trainers in each of which the following components are being used.
  1. DC motor control trainer
  2. Command Potentiometer
  3. PID Controller Module
  4. Power Supply
  5. Virtual Control Laboratory

System feedback is available in both analog and digital form. Analog feedback is provided by a tacho generator and a continuous rotation potentiometer. Digital feedback is generated by a Gray coded disc and a slotted disc. A digital tachometer display provides a constant read out of shaft speed, using data from the Gray coded disc. An eddy current braking system is fitted to the primary drive shaft, providing the user with three selectable loadings – off, half load, and full load. The final drive shaft from the DC motor is geared down at 9:1. A protractor disc is fitted on the final drive shaft, giving a visible indication of its position.

pic3 » Description: This lab aims to implement and verify the concepts learnt from electronics courses. Students would be able to perform simulations of different electrical and electronic circuits and analyze transient, DC/AC sweep behavior. They would also be able to implement circuits with diodes, MOSFETs, OP-AMPs.

» Major components:
• Trainer board

» Software used:
• Orcad PSpice
• Silos

pic10 » Description: This lab covers the laboratory experiments related to EEE 311 and includes system analysis and filter design using Matlab and J-DSP. This lab also has advanced DSP boards from world renowned Texas Instruments that will enable the students to design filters and run them in real-time.» Major components:
The lab uses simulation platforms extensively. Additionally it has five advanced TMS320C6713 DSK boards from Texas Instruments for real-time implementation of DSP systems.

» Software used:
• Matlab

pic9 » Description: Under revision

pic9 » Description: Under revision

» Description: Energy conversion lab introduces the students with electric machines (both AC and DC), namely the motors, generators, offers hands-on experiments to understand those machine operations.

» Major components:
• Synchronous machines
• DC machines
• Induction motors

pic5 » Description: In this lab students can implement their microprocessor and microcontroller based projects using various processors, microcomputers and i/o devices.

» Major components:
• 8085 MPU trainer Kit
• 8051 MCU trainer Kit
• 8086 MPU trainer kit
• Universal programmer
• I/O interfacing board

» Software used:
• EMU-8086
• 8085 Simulator
• MIDE 8051
• Proteus

This lab aims to conduct various experiments on basic microwave principles and properties. Experiments related to impedance matching, study of microwave source and wave parameters are subject of this lab.

Major components:
• FR4-Board
• Binomial multi-section matching transformer

Software used:
• Ansoft HFFSS & Ansoft Designer
• Matlab

This lab covers experiments related to power electronic devices used in our industries. This lab is featured with numerous experimental setups that allow the undergraduates to perform experiments on controlled AC-DC conversion, DC-DC conversion, and DC-AC conversion, systems used in our industries.

Major components:

  • 1 phase and 3 phase inverter
  • DC-DC converter
  • AC-DC converter

Objectives of Power system Laboratory:

Power system Laboratory comprises of software simulation and hardware demonstration based experiments. The laboratory work provides the student with experience of power system model computation and analysis through application of different software (Multisim, MATLAB, Simulink, ETAP) and exposure to modeling and analysis of different power system components and the measurement of its different parameters.

This course is a continuation of EEE-3205 (Power system), which provides students with a working knowledge of power system problems and computer techniques used to solve some of these problems. Topics include: determining line parameters, load flow analysis, fault study, designing PLC based simple protective relaying system etc.

Major experiments:


1: Study of Electrical Grid Network/ Power system of Bangladesh- recent scenario.
2.  Measurement of Negative and Zero sequence impedance of an unloaded synchronous generator.
3. Determination of BUS admittance matrix and finding BUS voltages using Gauss-Seidal Power flow solution method.
4. Determination of transmission line parameters.
5. Designing simple protective relaying system using Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) and IDMT overcurrent relay.
6. Study of symmetrical and unsymmetrical faults in a power network using Simulink and ETAP.

Major components:
• PLC/Frequency Drive
• Synchronous Machine
• Relay
• Three-phase Transformer

» Software used:
• Electronic Workbench
• PSpice
• Matlab/Simulink

pic7 » Description: The objective of this course is to provide knowledge and understanding of power system protection and electrical safety. It gives knowledge about the devices of power system protection such as current transformer, voltage transformer, different types of relay, fuse, circuit breaker and reclosure. Relay types such as IDMT relay, overcurrent relay, impedance relay, differential relay and various test to know about their performance are the focus of some experiments. The lab also have a few simulation-based experiments on static relay circuit , and their supporting components, Circuit-breaker operation and chracteristics etc.

» Major components:
• Current Transformer/ Potential Transformer
• Thermal relay
• IDMT relay
• Fuse
• Data Acquisition Card

» Software used:
• MATLAB/Simulink
• PSpice
• LabView

Introduces students to the fascinating world of IC (integrated circuit) design methodology and techniques. The VLSI Design Lab is well equipped with state-of-the-art industry standard EDA (Electronic Design Automation) tools from Cadence Inc.  The lab is designed to expose students to a set of tools for CMOS circuit design, starting from schematic capture to SPECTRE simulation, leading to physical layout, DRC/LVS cleanup, RC extraction etc.  Students gain knowledge of writing RTL for moderately complex design, simulate to verify the design, synthesize the RTL and take the design through physical implementation (P&R) to a fab-ready IC.

» Major components:

  • PCs with high-resolution 24 inch monitor
  • High-End Linux Server

» Software used:

  • EDA Suit (30 licenses) from Cadence Inc.
·  Virtuoso·  ADE (Analog Design Environment)

·  IES (Incisive Enterprise Simulator)

·  Genus

·  Innovus

·  PVS

·  Conformal

·  Tempus

·  Voltus

·  Modus

·  AMS (Analog Mixed Signal)

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