Circuit Lab-1 is mainly designed for the students of freshmen year. In this lab, students perform different laboratory experiments based on basic DC and AC circuit theorems. Students are also introduced with common equipments and measuring techniques which are extensively used in electrical and electronic labs in recent years.
Introduction and familiarization of different electrical equipment and measuring devices. Uses of different types of switches. Verification of Ohm’s Law. To investigate the characteristics of a series DC circuit and to verify Kirchhoff's Voltage Law (KVL). To investigate the characteristics of a Parallel DC circuit and to verify Kirchhoff's Current Law (KCL).
Use of Galvanometer as Ammeter and Voltmeter. Use of Galvanometer as Ammeter and Voltmeter. Verification of Superposition Theorem. Methods of Measuring Resistance Looking through any Two Terminals of a Network. Verification of Thevenin’s Theorem and Maximum Power Transfer Theorem. Introduction to Oscilloscope Operation.
Digital and Microprocessor lab is mostly used with EEE 3104: Digital Electronics and EEE 3210: Microprocessor, Interfacing & System Design Lab. Different types of experiments related to combination and sequential circuits design like adder, subtractor, encoder-decoder, multiplexer-demultiplexer, Latch Flip-flop, counter, register are normally performed in EEE 3104 lab. In EEE 3210, different types Arduino and Atmega based experiments are performed. This lab is well equipped for any kind of research activities in the domain of embedded system design. There are 8085, 8051, 8086 trainer which can be used for training and research as well. Six FPGA boards with necessary software are also available which can be helpful for any enthusiastic learner in digital logic design.
Digital signal processing laboratory helps the students to learn, analyze and design the techniques that give core knowledge for DSP engineers to develop the laboratory aims at supporting the teaching and research activities in the area of DSP. The laboratory has software tools, such as MATLAB software with various Toolboxes and Simulink. Students simulate several experiments using MATLAB.
This lab is ornamented based on basic semiconductor devices, their characterization, application, frequency response as well as performance analysis of various amplifiers and analog circuits. In this lab, students would be able to have in-depth basic concepts and have knowledge of the principles of operation, construction and characteristics of various semiconductor devices, and their utilization in basic electronics building blocks (or modules) and their performances practically. The techniques of circuit analysis and design of basic building blocks (electronics) of modern technology using devices would be emphasized.
In this lab student will implement circuit related to analog
and digital electronics with different active and passive
Students will use Oscilloscope, Signal Generator, Dual DC Power Supply, Trainer board to explore the circuits in dynamic condition and get the insight of theory through measuring vivid parameters.
Performance parameters tests of different types of generators/motors/transformers under different operating conditions.
This lab has been built with a view to demonstrating different basic and advanced experiments of communication engineering, namely on analog communication, digital communication, microwave communication, optical communication etc. Specialized trainer kits of renowned vendors are used here, to implement different types of wireless and wired communication systems by deploying different encoding, encryption, modulation and multiplexing techniques. This laboratory provides the opportunity to work with top notch communication devices of modern era in form of Vector Network analyzer (VNA), extremely high frequency real time spectrum analyzer, high frequency signal generator, digital storage oscilloscopes etc. This invaluable working experience is supposed to help students in their future endeavor in communication industry in home and abroad. The sessional courses of Communication Theory, Microwave Communication and Digital Communication are held in this lab and it also facilitates undergraduate and graduate research activities of this university.
Power Electronics lab is designed such that the 2nd and 4th-year courses titled ‘Measurement and instrumentation lab’ and ‘Power Electronics Lab’ can be performed in the lab. Both the sessional courses are designed such that the experiments complement the corresponding theory courses. Also, all the lab sub-groups have to submit a hardware based project as part of the lab work. So the lab experiments are selected to achieve the overall Course Outcome (CO).
As the students work in subgroups, the workbench for each sub-group is equipped with a digital oscilloscope, multiple power supplies, signal generator, trainer board, Multimeter and all the necessary electrical components, wires and connectors.
For doing research the lab is equipped with a four-channel Digital Oscilloscope with advanced power measurement option from Keysight, Transducer and Instrument trainer from LJ Create and programmable Electronic DC load from BK Precession. Two power electronics trainer boards are also available for doing final year experiments and research which are sourced from K&H and Woo-sun.
Power System & its protection are deeply related to electrical power generation, transmission, and distribution system. Therefore, it plays an important role to utilize the electrical energy efficiently. Our laboratory researches power system applications in power supply systems for high stability, high quality and high efficiency. The followings are examples of our research subjects:
The Project Laboratory has a key role in promoting practical and hands-on education throughout the undergraduate careers of Electrical and Electronic Engineering students at this University. In this laboratory, students can execute their final year projects as well as various project-related works assigned to them in different semesters. They can also practice in this lab to develop a practical understanding of complex theory when other laboratories are occupied.
Moreover, during the participation in interuniversity project competitions, students can use this laboratory for developing creative proposals and performing their project based works. In a nutshell, our goal is to provide a state-of-the-art environment where students of our university become proficient at both the physical and creative skills needed in the workforce.
The Simulation Lab is one of the Computer based Lab in department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering. This lab is well equipped with high configuration PCs and course related simulation and design software. The focus of this lab is to introduce the students with simulation and design related softwares to verify the theoretical concepts of fundamental electrical engineering courses. Students will be familiar with the simulation environment to verify the core concepts and theorems of DC and AC circuits in the course EEE 1201 (Electrical circuit Simulation Lab). In EEE 2210, (Electronic Circuit Simulation Lab) students will learn to simulate the characteristics of Diode, BJT, MOSFET, and OPAMP. In addition, they can design and simulate the application oriented semiconductor devices. This lab also emphasizes to develop the basic programing concepts in EEE 2110 (Programing Language Lab). Moreover, EEE 3110 (Numerical Technique Lab) aims to teach applications of numerical techniques in engineering, Mathematical modeling, properties of signals and systems. The lab is designed in such way that, students can enhance their skill and competence in simulation, design, programing and modeling.
There are numerous opportunities for sustainable growth of the semiconductor design industries in Bangladesh, with the large global fragmentation of electronic devices across consumers, which could generate a large construction industry for designers and engineers in this region. With the help of Cadence tool suite specialized VLSI design courses are performed in the VLSI Lab. It has more than 20 dual core workstations. Different VLSI related findings such as design and simulation Layout design, with DRC and LVS check. Different parasitic and post-layout simulations are also done for physical layout of digital circuits in this lab. With Virtuoso AMS Designer Environment Virtuoso Analog Design Environment -XL various lab experiments of VLSI I lab is done which are worth for the future skilled workforce for VLSI design industries. This lab also helps to study fundamental techniques for Physical Design Automation and Testing. Circuit Partitioning, Floor-planning, Detailed Placement, Global and Detailed Routing, timing Analysis. Fault models, Fault Simulation, Test generation for Combinational / Sequential circuits in advance VLSI courses. Different VLSI and/or analog IC design-based topics which are offered in undergraduate thesis/project (EEE 4100/4200) can also facilitate there works in this lab.