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Electronics and Communication Engineering



Course Study

Vision

To evolve as a center of excellence in Electronics and Communication engineering education by training students in contemporary technologies,enabling them to meet the needs of global industry ,develop them as skillful engineers imbued with human values and professional ethics

Mission

To adopt best pedagogical practices for fundamentals through active learning.
To encourage students take up core and multidisciplinary projects leading towards product development
To create competent teachers and researchers.
To develop laboratories in collaboration with leading industries and research organisation.
To provide opportunities for students to hone their interpersonal skills and imbibe ethical values

History

The department of Electronics and Communication Engineering in MAM started with 40 seats in 1998-1999. Intake increased to 60 in 2000-2001 and intake increased to 180 in 2012-2013. The Post Graduate programme in Electronics and Communication(ME-ECE) was started in the year 2012. The department was accredited by NBA-AICTE in 2008-2009 for 3 years(2008-2011) and was reaccredited from June 2014 to June 2016 under the Washington Accord by NBA.

Time Table

 
  • Infrastructure
    ECE INFRASTRUCTURE FACILITIES
    S.NO Laboratory No.of Computers
    1 DSP/VLSI 35
    2 Embedded/Networks Lab 35
    3 Electronics & Devices Lab 05
    4 Microprocessor Lab 05
    5 Digital Lab 05
    6  Embedded/networks/Robotics lab 35

    Availability of laboratories with technical support within and beyond working hours

    • - Final year students are allowed to do their project work after the college working hours.
    • - Students those who want to complete their lab class are permitted after the college working hours.
    • - Students, who are participating in the extracurricular activities (such as circuit debugging, Technical paper presentation etc.,) are also supported to do lab after the college working hours.

    Equipment to run experiments and their maintenance, number of students per experimental setup, size of the laboratories, overall ambience, etc.

    ECE INFRASTRUCTURE FACILITIES
    S.NO Lab Name Total Sq.ft Major Equipments Students / Expt
    1 Communication 1000 Sq.ft Spectrum Analyzer, Digital Modulation and Demodulation kit, DSO, CRO, AFO, Power Supplies 3
    2 Fiber optics & Microwave 810 Sq.ft Single Mode Fiber Characteristics study set-up, Splicing kit,Fiber optic Trainer kits, Optical Power Meter, J band setup, X-band setup, Microwave power meter with sensor, LD source, LED source, optical fiber and digital communication trainer kits. 3
    3 Electronic Devices and Circuits 700 Sq.ft CRO, Function Generator, AFO, Power supply Multimeter [digital],High Voltage dc regulated power supply ,DC voltmeter and System - Pentium IV 3
    4 Electronic System Design 700 Sq.ft PLC kit with power supply, VDUsetup, PCT Kit, AM transmitter &receiver kit, FM transmitter &receiver kit, Thermistor Module Instrumentation Amplifier kit, visual display unit set up, Dual variable regulated power supply, Microcontroller based security system setup, DC power supply using fly back converter, Buck-Boost Converter. 3
    5 Digital Electronics 700 Sq.ft Linear & Digital IC tester, Digital IC trainer kit, Analog IC trainer kit, AEC transistor trainer kit, Linear IC trainer , CRO 2
    6 Digital Electronics 700 Sq.ft Linear IC trainer , CRO, Linear & Digital IC tester, AFO, Function Generator & System - Pentium IV 2
    7 Microprocessor & Microcontroller 810 Sq.ft Computers, Microcontroller(8051) kit,Microprocessor-8085,8086 / 8088 μP kit (LCD Version), μP based DC motor controller, Interface modules ,Frequency measurement & Phase angle measurement module, Servo stabilizer 1
    8 Embedded Systems Networks 1150 Sq.ft System - core 2 DUO, System - Pentium IV, ARM+FPGA Evaluation system, ARM based wireless sensor trainer, ARM2148 based wireless sensor network trainer kit. LANT - Trainer kit & Power supply. 3
    9 Digital Signal Processing 805 Sq.ft System - core 2 DUO, TMS320C50 starter kit, CRO, Power Supply. 1
    10 VLSI 805 Sq.ft XILINX FPGA Trainer kits 1
    11 Advanced RF Lab 700 Sq.ft System - core 2 DUO, IE3D EM software, VNA Rhode And Schwartz 3.6 GHz
    12 Mission 10x Technology Learning Center 700 Sq.ft System - core 2 DUO, Unified Learning kits
    13 Embedded System/Robotics lab 1150 sq.ft Major equipment -fire bird - version-V-8 robots and spark-version-V-10 robots and xbox kinect sensor-1

    To give importance to the Research & Development our department has Advanced RF Lab is utilized by the P h.D Research Scholars and UG students. They are having higher Configuration systems and sophisticated software's and hardware's.

    In collaboration with Wipro Mission 10X- A Technology Learning centre established for the befit of students and research scholars which equipped with unified learning kits and important computing facilities.

    Advanced RF Laboratory

    Many new experiments like Modeling and simulation of different types of Antennas, filters analysis, antenna radiation in the proximity of other structures, etc can be conducted using this laboratory. It can greatly help in increasing the scope of old experiments conducted like Analysis of circular planar arrays, impedance matching with smith chart etc. This Lab has Method of Moment based electromagnetic simulation software IE3D is used to analyze the structure and 3 GHz Rhodes and Schwartz VNA is used for testing and measurements. This Lab also has Advanced Antenna training system which helps to understand the characteristics of the Antenna. The students can get awareness about latest development in RF technology for electromagnetic simulation of electrically large structures, modeling of trees, foliage and complex scenarios, comparison of simulated and measured results of antennas, filters, amplifiers, power dividers and combiners etc, .

    S.NO SPECIAL SOFTWARE & EQUPIMENTS Quantity
    1 IE3D Software 3 User
    2 Advanced Antenna Training system 1
    3 500 MHz spectrum analyzer with tracking generator 1
    4 3 GHz Hand Held Vector Network Analyser-Rhodes & Shwartz 1
    5 Lenovo Quad core sysytems+ Core 2 duo 3
    6 special software & equipment - AVR studio 4 and AVR studio 6  

    WIPRO's Mission10X Technology Learning Center at MAM ECE Department

    A Technology Learning Centre for Circuit Branch students was established at MAM College of Engineering with the association from WIPRO. This is one among the first 3 centres established in India from WIPRO. This centre provides unique opportunity for students to implement the concepts they learn to design and prototype into various products with the help of ULTP.

    Unified Learning Technology Platform(ULTP) is a unique Technology Learning Platform designed and developed by WIPRO's Mission10X - a not for profit faculty empowerment initiative from WIPRO.

    ULTP enables students to learn and do engineering experiments in 18 domains of Circuit branches using the same kit with Open source software's. It has OMAP5350 processor with ARM and TMS IP cores and also a Spartan 6 FPGA embedded in it. This enables the student to switch to different domains like DSP, VLSI and Embedded easily and also the use of Open source software's gives an exposure to work at ease with a single kit catering to interdisciplinary approach easily. The availability of 10+ variety interfacing ports makes it usable for wide applications. Hence it acts as a perfect platform to implement all innovative ideas of the students by providing the required hardware and software support. The Initiative was felt as a basic need for developing the learning of circuit branch students because

    1. The nonavailability of single working model for various kinds of technological platforms.
    2. Every semester students are required to switch to different platforms according to the existing curriculum in electronics which doesn't provide ample time to work on a single platform to master it.
    3. Softwares used in education for learning technology are since provided at a subsidized rates, students are not exposed to opensource softwares which industry use to maximize profit.
    4. Having a single platform having multiple technologies helps students to implement their ideas by exploring the advantages of different technologies and appreciate the same.
    5. Students lack strong exposure on multidisciplinary approach which is very vital in industries.
    6. ULTP provides good opportunity to implement their ideas with focus on product development, rather than altering the ideas developed towards a particular technology platform.

    e-yantra lab

    EYANTRA is a project sponsored by MHRD through the national mission on education through ICT and won in Trichy region level and Rs.16,000 cash prize on the same day afternoon ROBOTICS lab has been inaugurated virtually by IIT Bombay EYANTRA team at Anna University, Trichy.

     

  • Awards & Achievements

    AWARDS

    S.no Conducted by TITLE DATE
    1 ICTACT VMWARE IT ACADEMY 3 MONTH COURSE
    2 IIT MADRAS NPTEL ONLINE COURSE SEMESTER
    3 IIT MUMBAI SPOKEN TUTORIAL WORKSHOP 2 HOURS
    4 WIPRO MISSION10X WORKSHOP 3 DAYS
    5 IIT MUMBAI E-YANTRA ROBOTICS LAB SINCE APRIL 2015
    6 WIPRO MISSION10X TECHNOLOGY LEARNING CENTRE SINCE AUGUST 2013

    Professional Bodies

    S.No. Name of the professional societies / Chapter No of students Enrolled
    1. Institution of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineers (IETE) 108
  • Students Corner
    S.No Date Name of the student Event Name Conducted at Award
    1 12/02/16 S.Janani,A.Avila Teena, & S.Anitha (III A) Paper Presentation. Sri Krishna College of Engg and Technology Participated
    2 12/02/16 A.Sajitha,Z.Raihana Anjum(III B), &G.Jaison Ebenezer,V.Anto Rex Sebastin, & S.Allen Fianosan(III A) Paper Presentation Kumara Kuru College of Engineering Participated
    3 13/02/16 Arociadass.S, Z.Saeed Ahamed,& A.Shiek Abdul Ansari II ECE Paper Presentation And Adzap Kongunadu College of Engg And Technology Second
    4 16/02/16 Sajitha&Co,Priya &Co, & Jaison&Co,Dharshini,Vidharshini&Co M.A.M College of Engineering Selected For Third Level
    5 19/02/16 M.Vinitha, S.Rajalakshmi, & L.Shahina (III B) Paper Presentation Sengunthanar Egineering College Participated
    6 23/02/16 S.Janani,A.Avila Teena, S.Anitha (III A) Paper Presentation. Care College of Engineering Participated
    7 26/02/16 S.Balamurugan, Agnes Gladia,Dhinesh Kannan,Kiruthika,Dhivya,& Barani Priya,(Final Year), Ashaa,Azra Begum(III A) Many Events. NIT Trichy Participated
    8 03/03/16 S.Harshini,A.Ameerunisha, W.Kanimozhi,(II),& Azra Begam,Ashaa(III A) Attended On Workshop Spybotics SASTRA University Participated
    9 17/08/16 R.Priya (VII Sem B Sec) Youth Talk ICTACT-16 (National Level Competition) Regional Pre-Finals Participation
    10 19/08/16 M.Azra Begum (VII Sem A Sec) & Youth Talk ICTACT-16 (National Level Competition) Second Prize
    11 23/08/16 Nilopher Nisha, Shenbaga Priya & (VII Sem B Sec) Paper Presentation PRIST University Second Prize
    12 23/08/16 Nilopher Nisha, Shenbaga Priya (VII Sem B Sec) & Technical Quiz PRIST University Second Prize
    13 24/08/16 Raihana Anjum,& Z Sajitha A (VII Sem B Sec) Paper Presentation Ganamani College of Engineering Third Prize
    14 08/09/16 R.Priya, E.Priyamalli,V.Radhika,& R.Sowmiya (VII Sem B Sec) Paper Presentation University College of Engineering Ariyalur Participation
    15 08/09/16 R.Priya (VII Sem B Sec) & Technical Quiz University College of Engineering Ariyalur Second Prize
    16 08/09/16 V.Radhika (VII Sem B Sec) & Spot Event University College of Engineering Ariyalur Third Prize
    17 10/09/16 Aruna Devi.M & Puzzle Annai Madhamal Sheela Engineering College First Prize
    18 10/09/16 A.Javeed & S. Prasanna-IV year Paper Presentation Annai Madhamal Sheela Engineering College Participation
    19 17/09/16 Priyamalli E,& Radhika Marketing Kings College of Engineering First Prize
    20 17/09/16 Priyamalli E,& Radhika Slogan&Logo Contest Kings College of Engineering Second Prize
    21 17/09/16 Priyamalli.E, &Rathika Treasure Hunt Kings College of Engineering First Prize
    22 17/09/16 Priyamalli E, & Radhika Paper Presentation Kings College of Engineering Participation
    23 20/09/16 Vijaya Lakshmi
  • Contact Us

    Mrs.M. Shanmugapriya

    E-mail : hod_ece@mamce.org

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