• Phone : 044 – 2710 7696, 2710 7697
  • Mobile : 94444 05813, 94450 68891
  • E-MAIL : sjcemmi@gmail.com

TNEA CODE - 1325

Electronics and Communication Engineering

WELCOME TO ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING

The Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering was established in the year 2008 with an intake of 60, it increased to 120 in the year academic year 2011. The program is duly approved by AICTE and affiliated to Anna University. Electronics and Communication Engineering department is most attractive and preferred department to the student’s community. The young and dynamic department aspires to achieve global standards and competence with the untiring commitment of budding Engineering

The laboratory practical classes are conducted in systematic manner. The laboratories are well equipped with modern training facilities that cater to the requirements of the University syllabus as well as to architect the learning experience. Problems are solved during the tutorial hours with better clarity. Students are taken for Industrial visits twice per semester. The students are encouraged to deliver seminars, publish papers in both National / International Conferences in latest topics, thus promoting technical and communication skills.

Vision

  • To be recognized as a Department with candid Professional entity that produces Knowledge based contemporary professional graduates with Social Responsibility and Moral sense enhanced with knowledge and wisdom.

Mission 

  • M1: To create  dedicated team of faculties and facilities support system for better learning of conepts required for  good  practice.
  • M2: To impart contemporary technical education to address the needs of day-to-day changing technological advancement globally.
  • M3:To strive to educate stakeholders to follow ethical practices and  endorse moral values with social responsibilities.

Quality Objective

  • Conformity to the guidelines of appropriate norms.
  • To continuously evolve a team of dedicated faculty members and facilities support system for better learning of concepts required for good process and practice.
  • To measure customer satisfaction through evaluation and contemporary technical education to address the needs of day-to-day changing technological advancement globally.
  • To strive to educate stakeholders to follow ethical practices and endorse moral values with social responsibilities.

Program Educational Objectives

PEO 1 ( Pursuit of knowledge):

  • To achieve the graduates acquire  comprehensive knowledge in areas such as science, mathematics, engineering and management to analyze and build systems for generating  optimum solutions.

PEO 2 (Contemporary Teaching & Learning process)

  • To equip graduates with innovative ideas and skills to build engineering models across discipline by employing  contemporary teaching and learning practises.

PEO 3 (Practising ethical values ) :

  • To develop the graduates as a challenging leaders with effective communication skills along with ethical values and social responsibilities.

 

Contacts

Dr.P.Chinniah
Professor & Head,
Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering,
St. Joseph College Engineering,
Sriperumbudur- 602 117,
Kancheepuram District,
Tamil Nadu, India.

Mobile : +91 – 9841301609
Tel : 044 – 27107696/97
Email :ecehod@stjoseph.ac.in

Lab In-Charge: Mr. Michel Mahesh

Objectives:

  • Study the characteristic of CE,CB and CC Amplifier
  • Learn the frequency response of CS Amplifiers
  • Study the transfer characteristic of Differential Amplifier
  • Perform experiment to obtain the bandwidth of single Stage and Multistage Amplifiers
  • Perform SPICE simulation of electronic circuits

List of Equipments

SL.NO.DESCRIPTION OF EQUIPMENTTOTAL
1CRO (30MHZ)15
2SIGNAL GENERATOR /FUNCTION GENERATORS (3 MHZ)15
3DUAL REGULATED POWER SUPPLIES ( 0 – 30V)15
4STANDALONE DESKTOP PCS WITH SPICE SOFTWARE15
5TRANSISTOR/FET (BJT-NPN-PNP AND NMOS/PMOS)50
6DUAL POWER SUPPLY/ SINGLE MODE POWER SUPPLY
7IC TRAINER KIT15
8BREAD BOARDS15
9COMPUTER WITH HDL SOFTWARE15
10SEVEN SEGMENT DISPLAY15
11MULTIMETER15
12DIGITAL TRAINER KITS30
Details of Lab Handling

S.NOLAB CODELAB NAME
1EC6311ANALOG AND DIGITAL CIRCUITS LABORATORY
2EC6411CIRCUITS AND SIMULATION INTEGRATED LABORATORY
3CS6311DIGITAL LABORATORY
4IT6211DIGITAL LABORATORY

Lab In-Charge: Ms. Mariya Princy

Computer Networks Laboratory

Objectives:

  • Learn to communicate between two desktop computers.
  • Learn to implement the different protocols
  • Be familiar with socket programming.
  • Be familiar with the various routing algorithms
  • Be familiar with simulation tools.

Digital Signal Processing Laboratory
Objectives:

  • To implement linear and circular convolution
  • To implement FIR and IIR filters
  • To study the architecture of DSP processor
  • To demonstrate finite word length effect

List of Equipments

SL.NO.DESCRIPTION OF EQUIPMENTTOTAL
1.       C / C++ / JAVA / EQUIVALENT COMPILER30
2.       NETWORK SIMULATOR LIKE NS2/ NS3 / GLOMOSIM /OPNET/ EQUIVALENT30
3.       STANDALONE DESKTOPS30
4.       PCS WITH FIXED / FLOATING POINT DSP PROCESSORS (KIT / ADD-ON CARDS)15
5.       MATLAB WITH SIMULINK AND SIGNAL PROCESSING TOOL BOX OR EQUIVALENT SOFTWARE IN DESKTOP SYSTEMS15
6.       SIGNAL GENERATORS (1MHZ)15
7.       CRO (20MHZ)15
8.       PRINTER LASER1
9.       DOT MATRIX1
10.   SERVER (PENTIUM IV, 80GB, 1GBRAM) (HIGH SPEED PROCESSOR)1
11.   POWER SYSTEM SIMULATION SOFTWARE5 LICENSE

Details of Lab Handling

SNO.LAB CODELAB NAME
1EC6511DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING LABORATORY
2EC6611COMPUTER NETWORKS LABORATORY

Circuits and Devices Laboratory

Objectives:

  • Be Exposed To The Characteristics Of Basic Electronic Devices
  • Be Exposed To RL And RC Circuits
  • Be Familiar With THEVININ & Norton Theorem KVL & KCL, And Super Position Theorems

Communication Systems Laboratory

Objectives:

  • To Visualize the Effects of Sampling and TDM
  • To Implement AM & FM Modulation and Demodulation
  • To Implement PCM & DM
  • To Implement FSK, PSK and DPSK Schemes
  • To Implement Equalization Algorithms
  • To Implement Error Control Coding Schemes

List of Equipments

SL.NO.DESCRIPTION OF EQUIPMENTTOTAL
1.       BC 107, BC 148,2N2646,BFW1025
2.       1N4007, ZENER DIODES25
3.       RESISTORS, CAPACITORS, INDUCTORS50
4.       BREAD BOARDS15
5.       CRO (30MHZ).15
6.       FUNCTION GENERATORS (3MHZ)10
7.       DUAL REGULATED POWER SUPPLIES ( 0 – 30V)10
8.       KITS FOR SIGNAL SAMPLING, TDM, AM, FM, PCM, DM AND LINE CODING SCHEMES10
9.       MATLAB / SCILAB OR EQUIVALENT SOFTWARE PACKAGE FOR SIMULATION EXPERIMENTS10
10.   PC10
11.   KITS FOR SIGNAL SAMPLING, TDM, AM, FM, PCM, DM AND LINE CODING SCHEMES10
12.   SOFTWARE DEFINED RADIO PLATFORM FOR LINK SIMULATION STUDIES

Details of Lab Handling

S.NOLAB CODELAB NAME
1EC8261CIRCUITS AND DEVICES LABORATORY
2EC6512COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS LABORATORY
3IT6313DIGITAL COMMUNICATION LABORATORY
4GE8261ENGINEERING PRACTICES LABORATORY
5EC6361ELECTRONICS LABORATORY

Lab In-charge: Mr.S. SANTHOSH

Linear Integrated Circuits Laboratory

Objectives:

  • To expose the students to linear and integrated circuits
  • To understand the basics of linear integrated circuits and available ICs
  • To understand characteristics of operational amplifier.
  • To apply operational amplifiers in linear and nonlinear applications.
  • To acquire the basic knowledge of special function IC.
  • To use PICE software for circuit design

Embedded Laboratory

Objectives:

  • Learn the working of ARM processor
  • Understand the Building Blocks of Embedded Systems
  • Learn the concept of memory map and memory interface
  • Know the characteristics of Real Time Systems
  • Write programs to interface memory, I/Os with processor
  • Study the interrupt performance

List Of Equipments

S.NO.DESCRIPTION OF EQUIPMENTTOTAL
1CRO (MIN 30MHZ)15
2SIGNAL GENERATOR /FUNCTION GENERATORS (2 MHZ)15
3DUAL REGULATED POWER SUPPLIES ( 0 – 30V)15
4DIGITAL MULTIMETER15
5IC TESTER5
6STANDALONE DESKTOPS PC15
7SPICE CIRCUIT SIMULATION SOFTWARE TRANSISTORS, RESISTORS, CAPACITORS, DIODES, ZENER DIODES, BREAD BOARDS,15
8TRANSFORMERS, WIRES, POWER TRANSISTORS, POTENTIOMETER, A/D AND D/A CONVERTORS, LEDS50
9EMBEDDED TRAINER KITS WITH ARM BOARD10
10EMBEDDED TRAINER KITS SUITABLE FOR WIRELESS COMMUNICATION10
Details Of Lab Handling

S.NOLAB CODELAB NAME
1EC6412LINEAR INTEGRATED CIRCUITS LABORATORY
2EE6311LINEAR AND DIGITAL INTEGRATED CIRCUITS LABORATORY
3EC6711EMBEDDED LABORATORY

Lab In-Charge: Mr. S. Santhosh

Objectives

  • Introduce ALP concepts and features
  • Write ALP for arithmetic and logical operations in 8086 and 8051
  • Differentiate Serial and Parallel Interface
  • Interface different I/OS with microprocessors
  • Be familiar with MASM
SL.NO.DESCRIPTION OF EQUIPMENTTOTAL
18086 MICROPROCESSOR TRAINER KIT WITH POWER SUPPLY15
28051 MICROCONTROLLER TRAINER KIT WITH POWER SUPPLY15
3TRAFFIC LIGHT CONTROL INTERFACING CARD COMPATIBLE WITH 8086 & 8051 TRAINERS5
4STEPPER MOTOR CONTROL INTERFACING COMPATIBLE WITH 8086 & 8051 KITS5
5DIGITAL CLOCK INTERFACING BOARD COMPATIBLE WITH 8086 & 8051 KITS5
6KEYBOARD & DISPLAY INTERFACE BOARD COMPATIBLE WITH 8086 & 8051 KITS5
7PRINTER INTERFACING CARD COMPATIBLE WITH 8086 & 8051 KITS5
8A/D AND D/A INTERFACING CARD COMPATIBLE WITH 8086 & 8051 KITS5
9SERIAL AND PARALLEL INTERFACING CARD COMPATIBLE WITH 8086 & 8051 KITS5
10AC & DC MOTOR WITH CONTROLLER5

Details Of Lab Handling

SNO.LAB CODELAB NAME
1EE6612MICROPROCESSORS AND MICROCONTROLLERS LABORATORY
2EC6513MICROPROCESSORS AND MICROCONTROLLERS LABORATORY
3CS6412MICROPROCESSORS AND MICROCONTROLLERS LABORATORY
4IT6411MICROPROCESSORS AND MICROCONTROLLERS LABORATORY

Lab In-Charge: Ms. Yogalakshmi

Objectives:

  • Understand the working principle of optical sources, detector, fibers and microwave components
  • Develop understanding of simple optical communication link.
  • Learn about the characteristics and measurements in optical fiber
  • Know about the behaviour of microwave components.
  • Practice microwave measurement procedures
Sl.No.Description of EquipmentTOTAL 
1Trainer kit for carrying out LED and PIN diode characteristics, Digital multi meter, optical power meter2
2Trainer kit for determining the mode characteristics, losses in optical fiber Trainer kit for analyzing Analog and2
3Digital link performance, 2 Mbps PRBS Data source, 10 MHz signal generator, 20 MHz Digital storage Oscilloscope2
4Kit for measuring Numerical aperture and Attenuation of fiber2
5MM/SM Glass and plastic fiber patch chords with ST/SC/E2000 connectors2 Set
6LEDs with ST / SC / E2000 receptacles – 650 / 850 nm2 Set
7PiN PDs with ST / SC / E2000 receptacles – 650 / 850 nm2 Set
8Microwave test Bench at X band to determine Directional coupler characteristics Microwave test Bench at X band and2
9Antenna turn table to measure Radiation pattern of Horn antenna, 2 Horn antennas Microwave test Bench at X band to2
10determine VSWR for Isolator and Circulator, VSWR meter, Isolator, Circulator, E Plane Tee, H plane Tee2
11Microwave test Bench at X band, Variable attenuator, Detector and 20 MHz Digital / Analog Oscilloscope2

Details Of Lab Handling

S.NOLAB CODELAB NAME
1EC6712OPTICAL AND MICROWAVE LABORATORY

Lab In-Charge: Ms. Mariya Princy

Objectives:

  • • To learn hardware descriptive language( VERILOG /VHDL)
  • • To learn the fundamental principles of VLSI circuit design in digital and Analog domain
  • • To familiarise fusing of logical modules on FPGAS
  • • To provide hands on design experience with professional design (EDA) platforms.

List of Equipment’s:

SL.NO.DESCRIPTION OF EQUIPMENTQUANTITY REQUIRED(R)
1XILINX OR ALTERA FPGA10
2CADENCE/MAGMA/TANNER OR EQUIVALENT SOFTWARE PACKAGE10 USER LICENSE
3PCS30
4C++ COMPILER30

Details of Lab Handling:

S.NOLAB CODELAB NAME
1.       EC6312OOPS AND DATA STRUCTURES LABORATORY
2.       CS 6461OOPS LABORATORY
3.       EC6612VLSI DESIGN LABORATORY
4.       EE6711POWER SYSTEM SIMULATION LABORATORY

  • II YEAR
  • III YEAR
  • IV YEAR

Important Questions and Answers ODD Semester

Year / SEMSubjectDownload
II / IIIDIGITAL ELECTRONICSClick here to Download
II / IIIEC 8352-SIGNALS AND SYSTEMSClick here to Download
II / IIIEC 8391-CONTROL SYSTEMS ENGINEERINGClick here to Download
II / IIIEC8351- ELECTRONICS CIRCUITS IClick here to Download
II / IIIEC8393-FUNDAMENTALS OF DATASTRUCTURE IN CClick here to Download
II / IIIMA8352 LINEAR ALGEBRA AND PARTIALClick here to Download
III / VEC6501-DIGITAL COMMUNICATIONClick here to Download
III / VEC6502 PRINCIPLES OF DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSINGClick here to Download
III / VEC6503 TRANSMISSION LINES AND WAVEGUIDESClick here to Download
III / VEC6504 -MICROPROCESSOR AND MICROCONTROLLERClick here to Download
III / VGE6351 ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND ENGINEERINGClick here to Download
IV / VIIEC 6702 OPTICAL COMMUNICATION AND NETWORKINGClick here to Download
IV / VIIEC 6703 ERTSClick here to Download
IV / VIIEC6011 EMICClick here to Download
IV / VIIEC6012 Optoelectronic DevicesClick here to Download
IV / VIIEC6701 RF AND MICROWAVE ENGINEERINGClick here to Download
IV / VIIIT6005 DIGITAL IMAGE PROCESSINGClick here to Download

 

 

YEAR / SEMESTER

SUBJECT

DOWNLOAD

II / IV Probability and Random Processes DOWNLOAD
II / IV Electronic Circuits II DOWNLOAD
II / IV Communication Theory DOWNLOAD
II / IV Electromagnetic Fields DOWNLOAD
II / IV Linear Integrated Circuits DOWNLOAD
II / IV Control System Engineering DOWNLOAD
III / VI Principles of Management DOWNLOAD
III / VI Computer Architecture DOWNLOAD
III / VI Computer Networks DOWNLOAD
III / VI VLSI Design DOWNLOAD
III / VI Antenna and Wave propagation DOWNLOAD
III / VI Medical Electronics DOWNLOAD
IV / VIII Wireless Communication DOWNLOAD
IV / VIII Wireless Networks DOWNLOAD
IV / VIII Professional Ethics in Engineering DOWNLOAD
IV / VIII Total Quality Management DOWNLOAD

 

S.NoType of Program OrganisedDateName and designation of the Chief Guest and place from where the guest visitedName of the program
1Power seminar7.7.17Mr. G. Subramanian HR and OD Consultant, L & D Initiatives for HEALTHCARE & MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY and Mr. KRITHIVASAN Associate manager from VIRTUSA POLARIS CORPORATION .Effective methods of developing skills
2Guest lecture9.8.17Mrs. Vineetha Mathai, teaching fellow, dept of ECE, Madras Institute of TechnologyRadio frequency & microwave engineering
3Guest lecture17.8.17Mrs. Ewins pon pushpa from Anna University MIT, Chennai.Transmissionlines &waveguides
4Guest lecture21.9.17Mrs. Sarala from Sri Venkateshwara College of Engineering, Chennai.Electronics circuits–i
5Industrial Visit for IV year22.8.17Bio gas plant (Waste management system), Mahabalipuram.
6Industrial Visit for III year23.8.17Bio gas plant (Waste management system), Mahabalipuram
7Faculty development training program22.11.17Dr. Mala John, Professor from Madras Institute of Technology, Anna university, Chrompet.EC-6403 Communication Theory
8Ayudha pooja function28.9.17
9Industrial Visit for II year27.2.17Bio gas plant (Waste management system), Mahabalipuram
10Industrial Visit for III year15.3.18Ashok Leyland
11Industrial Visit for IV year14.3.18Ashok Leyland

Inception of Workshop
The Seminar was organized on 7th July 2017, in the title “Power seminar on effective methods of developing skills”. We invitedMr.G.Subramanian HR and OD Consultant, L & D Initiatives for HEALTHCARE & MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY and Mr. kirithivasan Associate manager from VIRTUSA POLARIS CORPORATION. The Seminar was scheduled from 9 am to 12.00 pm.

Inauguration

Prayer during Inauguration

Felicitation of our chief guest by Dr. D.C. DIANA HOD/ECE

Program Session

Guest lecture was arranged for II year students for EC–I subject and presented by Mrs. Sarala from Sri Venkateshwara College of Engineering, Chennai.

  • Lecture initiated with the topic FET & MOSFET.
  • Detail perceptible was delivered about CMOS.
  • MOSFET CONSTRUCTIONS was seemingly taught to the students.
  • X PARAMETER model, CMRR, DIFFERENTIAL AMPLIFIER was delivered in detail.

Basics of electronic circuits elucidated to the students by Mrs. Sarala

Students sharpening themselves on the topic “THE ENHANCEMENT OF MOSFET CONSTRUCTIONS”

Celebration of AYUDHA POOJA FUNCTION – “WORSHIP OF IMPLEMENTS” in our department on 28.09.2017
On the auspicious day of Saraswati Puja, the students and faculty of our department came together to seek the blessings of the goddess of knowledge, music, art and culture.


“Saraswathi art by final year girls”


“United we stand, divided we fall”

Faculty Development Training Program

  • Our ECE department organized FACULTY DEVELOPMENT TRAINING PROGRAM in SJCE seminar hall on EC-6403 Communication Theory.Other college’s faculty from DMI- 2 staffs, LOYOLA INSTITUE OF TECHNOLOGY- 2 staffs, SRI KRISHNA ENGINEERING COLLEGE- 4 staffs attended the FDTP program.
  • The session started with a prayer song by ECE staffs Ms.Harini, Mrs. Delphin Esther and Mrs.Manchu.
  • Welcome address was given by Dr.Diana, ECE HOD.
  • The guest lecture was given by Dr.Mala John, Professor from Madras Institute of Technology, Anna university , Chrompet.
  • Session 1 was carried by Dr.Mala John on Communication systems. Gained basic knowledge on communication systems, modulation and demodulation.
  • Session 2 was taught about SUPERHETERODYNE RECEIVER and its functions, properties and applications.


Lecture on SUPERHETERODYNE RECEIVER

  • The guest lecture was given by Dr.Mala John, Professor from Madras Institute of Technology, Anna university , Chrompet.
  • Session 1 was carried by Dr.Mala John on Communication systems. Gained basic knowledge on communication systems, modulation and demodulation.
  • Session 2 was taught about SUPERHETERODYNE RECEIVER and its functions, properties and applications.

Industrial Visit on 27.2.18 Biogas Plant II Year:

Industrial Visit on 14.3.18 Ashok Leyland IV Year:

Industrial Visit on 15.3.18 Ashok Leyland III Year: