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This lab defines a structural system having built-in or intrinsic sensors, actuators and control mechanism whereby it is capable of sensing a stimulus, responding to it in a predetermined manner and extent, in a short time
*Engineering Electromagnetic Lab
Objectives of the lab:Software based Electromagnetics laboratory for Undergraduate Students, Server configuration for data flow and web hosting, Creating a client side Graphical User Interface (GUI).
The sole objective of this virtual lab is to develop a software tool which helps the students to understand and visualize the concepts of queues and equip them with the necessary insight so as to apply queuing systems to real world problems.
To learn the basic concepts related to wireless communications and to conduct experiments to characterize a wireless channel.
The main objective of Antennas and Microwave Laboratory is to bring undergraduate and graduate students up by practical application studies in microwaves, antennas and propagation.
This lab includes experiments in Bioreactor- Basics || Control Characteristics of pH Controller || Estimation of growth kinetic parameters in batch fermentation || Simultaneous measurement of specific growth / death rate of micro organisms || Determination of Volumeteric Mass Transfer Co-efficient (Dynamic method)
This lab provides experiments in Full Wave Rectifier, Full Wave Rectifier With Source Inductance, Phase Rectifier With Source Inductance and Buck Converter etc.
Virtual Lab related to Textile Engineering
FPGA & Digital Design Lab
Virtual MEMS Lab