The Institute boasts of the state-of-the-art Laboratories, which offer the students the opportunity to exploit the full potential within. Few institutes offer Laboratories at par with IIIT Allahabad. Also the students are granted 24 * 7 access to the Labs, in order to promote self paced learning. Each lab has experienced managers to assist the students in their overall growth and development.

Videos of different UG Labs


Principels of Communication Engineering Lab (For IT Students Only)
Experiment-1 (Familarization of MATLAB)
Experiment-2 (Analysis of Time and Frequency Domain) (Manual)
Experiment-3 (Fourier Series of Square Pulse Train - Gibbs Phenomenon) (Manual)
Experiment-4 (Convolution Theorem Property of Fourier Transform) (Manual)
Experiment-5 (Amplitude and Phase Distortions using MATLAB) (Manual)
Experiment-6 (Amplitude modulation and its modulation index) (Manual)
Experiment-7 (Frequency Modulation and its modulation Index) (Manual)
Experiment-8 (Study of PAM, PWM & PPM) (Manual)
Experiment-9 (Delta Modulator and Demodulator) (Manual)
Experiment-10 (Study and Analysis of ASK, BPSK and FSK Modulation Schemes) (Manual)
Experiment-11 (Study and Analysis of QPSK and OQPSK Modulation Schemes) (Manual)


Antenna and Wave Propagation Lab
Experiment-1 (Radiation pattern of a Dipole antenna at 600Mhz) (Manual)
Experiment-2 (Radiation pattern of a Yagi-Uda antenna at 600Mhz) (Manual)
Experiment-3 (Radiation pattern of a Yagi-Uda antenna at 800Mhz) (Manual)
Experiment-4 (Radiation pattern of a Log-Periodic antenna at 600Mhz) (Manual)
Introduction to HFSS (High Frequency Structure Simulator) (Manual-1)(Manual-2)
Experiment-5 (Dipole antenna at 1GHz using HFSS) (Manual)
Experiment-6 (Yagi-Uda antenna at 600MHz using HFSS)
Experiment-7 (Yagi-Uda antenna at 800MHz using HFSS)
Experiment-8 (Log-Periodic antenna at 600MHz using HFSS)

Control System Engineering Lab
Experiment-1 (Familiarization with MATLAB control system tool box) (Manual)
Experiment-3 (STUDY THE EFFECT OF ADDITION OF POLES and zeros) (Manual)
Experiment-4 (Determination of Root Locus PLOT) (Manual)
Experiment-5 (Determination of Nyquist PLOT) (Manual)
Experiment-6 (Bode Plot) (Manual)


Optical Communication Lab
Experiment-1 (Introduction to the Lab) (Manual)
Experiment-2 (Analog Link) (Manual)
Experiment-3 (Digital link) (Manual)
Experiment-4 (Optical Power Measurement using OPM) (Manual)
Experiment-5 (Bending Loss) (Manual)
Experiment-6 (Propagation Loss) (Manual)
Experiment-7 (Numerical Aperture) (Manual)
Experiment-8 (Voice Link) (Manual)
Experiment-9 (Light Runner Kit)
Experiment-10 (Optical Splicing)

Principle of Wireless Communication Lab
Matlab related Experiments
Session-1: Introduction to Matlab and to evaluate the Outage Performance (PPT) (Manual) (Video)
Session-2: To simulate the basic cooperative wireless communication network scenario with DF relay and to evaluate its outage performance (PPT) (Manual) (Video)
Session-3: To simulate a basic cooperative wireless communication network scenario with AF relay in Matlab and to evaluate its outage performance (PPT) (Manual) (Video)
Session-4: To simulate a basic cooperative wireless communication network scenario with DF relaywith direct link in MATLAB and to evaluate its outage performance (PPT) (Manual) (Video)
NetSim related Experiments
Introduction to NetSim (NetSim)
Experiment-1 (To learn creating a scenario, configuring traffic and application, and analyzing the results (Consider all section of packet animation).) (Manual)
Experiment-2 & 3 (To Study Star and Bus topology and compare their throughputs.) (To study the Interior gateway routing protocol Routing Information Protocol (RIP) and Open Shortest Path First (OSPF)) (Manual-2) (Manual-3)
Experiment-4 & 5 (To study the contention based MAC layer protocol Slotted Aloha and analyze the impact of the node density) (To Study CSMACA (Carrier Sense Multiple Access with Collision Avoidance) MAC layer protocol) (Manual-4) (Manual-5)
Experiment-6 & 7 (To Study Call Blocking Probability Vs Load on a GSM network) (To study the effect of voice activity factor on the number of channels and call blocking probability in a CDMA network) (Manual-6) (Manual-7)
Experiment-8, 9 & 10 (To study how the throughput of LTE network varies as the distance between the ENB and UE is increased) (To study how the throughput of LTE network varies as the channel bandwidth changes in the ENB) (To analze the comparison between GSM and LTE Network) (Manual-8) (Manual-9) (Manual-10)

VLSI Design and Fabrication Lab

Welcome, we are the Microelectronics & VLSI group, part of the Department of Communication and Electrical Engineering at IITT-ALLAHABAD. The main thrust of this group is on affordability, low power and portability. Our goal is to push the limits of silicon in achieving the above as well as being on the frontier of new viable technologies. The research areas we are focused on here are 3-D ICs, Analog/RF IC design, Micro scale Energy Harvesting, Pervasive Computing, Data acquisition systems, Biosensors development.

Basic Electronics Labs

This lab familiarizes you with the basics of instrumentation. The lab introduces you to resistors, capacitors, diodes and light emitting diodes (LEDs). You will have an opportunity to build and test electronic circuits and in the process get acquainted with the different laboratory equipments such as breadboard, oscilloscope, multimeter, and other systems you plan to use in your career as an electrical/biomedical engineer. We will study half-wave rectification using diode. Rectifiers are circuits that convert an ac voltage into a dc voltage. We will determine the voltage required to light the LED and the current and voltage to start a dc motor. Electric current can stimulate the nerve and muscles and cause a tingling sensation or a shock. The amount of current required to cause a shock increases with frequency. We will estimate the threshold for perception of current by passing current through the arm at different frequencies.


Goal of Lab is to teach the theory and tools of Computer Aided Design (CAD) and Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM) with an emphasis on the central role of the geometric model in their seamless integration and a focus on the integration of these tools and the automation of the product development cycle. To introduce geometric modeling techniques and solid modeling data structure design and algorithms for its manipulation. To cover machining theory, automated CNC machining, and process control. To introduce the student to the development of (new) CAD/CAM applications (using programming languages and an open architecture solid modeling kernel), and the application and assessment of state-of-the-art CAD/CAM technology in advanced engineering problems.

Communication System Lab

Progress in telecommunications over the past two decades has been nothing short of revolutionary, with communications taken for granted in modern society to the same extent as electricity. There is therefore a persistent need for engineers who are well-versed in the principles of communication systems. These principles apply to communication between points in space, as well as communication between points in time. Digital systems are fast replacing analog systems in both domains.This Lab is dedicated to learn student about modulation techniques,and their implementation and simulation in real time.

Control System Lab

This lab is describe a general process for designing a control system. A control system consisting of interconnected components is designed to achieve a desired purpose. To understand the purpose of a control system, it is useful to examine examples of control systems through the course of history. These early systems incorporated many of the same ideas of feedback that are in use today. Modern control engineering practice includes the use of control design strategies for improving manufacturing processes, the efficiency of energy use, and advanced automobile control (including rapid transit, among others). We will examine these very interesting applications of control engineering and introduce the subject area of mechatronics.

Digital Electronics Lab

This Lab covers digital design topics such as digital logic, sequential building blocks, finite-state machines, FPGAs, timing and synchronization.This lab is focus on design of different type of circuits that increase understanding of course. The students design and implement a final digital project of their choice, in areas such as games, music, digital filters, wireless communications, video, and graphics. The course relies on extensive use of Verilog for describing and implementing digital logic designs on state-of-the-art FPGA.

Digital Signal Processing Lab

This laboratory will enable the students to conduct various analysis and synthesis based experiments on digital signal processing (DSP) and develop a deeper understanding of the design and implementation issues at both hardware and software (algorithm) level including real-time issues. The learning objective here is to supplement DSP theory course with implementation level understanding of basic discrete-time signal operations and system properties, implementation of DFT and FFT, aliasing in frequency and time domain, design of FIR and IIR filter, finite register length effect, efficient filter structures, multirate systems, filter bank and wavelet based analysis, etc. The courseware would also make the students familiar with some interesting experiments on Texas Instruments DSP kits as well as FPGA (Field Programmable Gate Array).

Electronics Workshop

Electronics has influenced and changed our lives especially from the invention of microprocessor in 1971. Inventions have taken place at very high rate which has made life easy for all people. Electronic devices like cell phones, televisions, refrigerators, washing machines and many more are being used by everyone. These items have come to our rescue in hectic lives. This invention of microprocessor which leads people to own a personal computer has improved the working style. They are able to work more efficiently with the new technologies being developed every day. Due to the development in this field, humans rely upon these devices for their daily chores too. Whether these are for communication, entertainment, or business, electronics, have become a huge part of our daily life for many people, and will continue doing so in the future. These inventions will continue, only if more number of students, teachers, and working professionals are trained properly.

Embedded Systems Lab

The Embedded Systems lab supports teaching and research in embedded systems and re-configurable hardware technology.We are engaged in research on architecture, design, and tools for networked and embedded computing and communication systems.Our current interests include wireless sensor and camera trap.

Mobile Communication Lab

The Mobile Communication Laboratory aims to advance the state-of-the-art in wireless, mobile, and communications technologies. WMC provides the most advanced technologies in conducting research and training in communications. It provides the necessary equipment to conduct research on wired / wireless signals and systems that operate at a frequency up to 10 Gigahertz. Also, it provides the necessary modules to conduct research and training on Wireless Sensor Networks.

Microprocessor Lab

To understand the internal organization of INTEL 8085, 8086 and 8051 Microprocessors and Assembly Language Programs using the instruction sets of processors and to study the interfacing of the processor with various peripheral devices. Microprocessor laboratory is equipped with microprocessor kits and interfacing devices. The students achieve encoding skills in Assembly Language and Interfacing with various devices. The students have in depth knowledge in writing and executing 8086 8085 and 8051 Assembly Language programs.

Fiber Optics Research Lab

our research group focuses on a wide range of topics in optical fiber communications. Our research interests include combating fiber-induced signal impairments arising from nonlinearities, chromatic dispersion and polarization mode dispersion. We also pursue research in the areas of all-optical networking functions, novel applications of RF subcarrier & OFDM transmissions, advanced modulation formats, optical signal processing, slow light and micoring resonators. The group presents papers each year at the Optical Fiber Communications conference (OFC), European Conference on Optical Communi-cations (ECOC), and Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics (CLEO). In addition, we publish articles in journals, such as IEEE Photonics Technology Letters (PTL), IEEE/OSA Journal of Lightwave Technology (JLT), Optics Letters, Optics Express and so forth.

Instrumentation Lab

An instrument is a device that measures a physical quantity such as flow, temperature, level, distance, angle, or pressure. Instruments may be as simple as direct reading thermometers or may be complex multi-variable process analyzers. Instruments are often part of a control system in refineries, factories, and vehicles. Instrumentation lab is focuse on the principle and operation of measuring instruments that are used in design and configuration of automated systems in electrical, pneumatic domains etc. They typically work for industries with automated processes, such as chemical or manufacturing plants, with the goal of improving system productivity, reliability, safety, optimization, and stability. To control the parameters in a process or in a particular system, devices such as microprocessors, microcontrollers or PLCs are used, but their ultimate aim is to control the parameters of a system.

Optical Communication Labs

The Optical Communications Lab in IIIT-Allahabad was established in 1998. Upon the formation of the Rince Institute in 1999, the Optical Communications Lab and the Radio Lab merged to form the Radio and Optical Communications Group. This group now forms one of the main research laboratories within the Rince Institute. The main goal of the Radio and Optical Communications Group is to focus on the design, simulation and demonstration of new technolgies for future broadband photonic communication systems.

Printed Circuit Lab

We manufacture a full range of printed circuit boards in house. Our PCB's are used in many sectors including Satellites, Radar systems, F1 and Motorsport, Communications, Aerospace and Medical sectors. Any areas of electronics that are developing and moving forward and can ensure Sustainability. Space, Medical and Military. Flexibility enables us to offer a personal bespoke service, by listening to our customers voicing their needs we then aim to provide solutions, often unique.Unmatched quality, incomparable service is What makes PCL different. Printech Circuit Labs pride itself to be a PCB manufacturer provider of superb quality, fast turnaround, technology and customer satisfaction to a worldwide customer base.PCL continues to broaden its technology portfolio in the demanding and ever changing environment of today's electronic market place. We offer our customers the ability and resources to support the advanced technology needs of the Aerospace, Defence, Telecommunications, I

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