Radar and Satellite Communication Labs

The production process of Satellite Communication Lab is led by the assiduous professionals. Our professionals conceptualize and develop these products while taking into consideration defined parameters of the industry and clients' preference. Keeping in mind divergent demands of the clients, they have made the offered products in different specifications. o study the communication satellite link design: process of transmitting a signal to a satellite (uplinking), reception of same signal via satellite (down linking) and functioning of transponder To measure baseband analog signal parameters To measure the signal parameters like FM deviation in an analog FM/FDMTV Satellite link on spectrum analyzer

RF and Microwave lab

Wireless technologies have revolutionized the way we live over the past two decades. Wireless is today everywhere and with almost everything, and this revolution shows no sign of abating. The explosion in data traffic caused by the use of smart phones, tablets, etc., is placing huge demands on the cellular networks. In the longer-term we are likely to see an extraordinary revolution much bigger than anything witnessed to date, when literally 100s of billions of everyday objects, from watches and keys to cars and buildings, are connected to the Internet (the "Internet-of-Things"). As data rates increase, the scientific challenges in wireless system design mount rapidly. New research breakthroughs will be essential to make this exciting vision a reality.

Wireless Sensors Lab

This lab creates integrated circuit technology that enables new applications of wireless sensors. We design chips that enable new levels of system integration, functionality, and robustness. Future wireless smartphone interfaces, body area networks, industrial and home monitoring, and implantable devices demand wireless technology well beyond the state-of-the-art. These applications place increasingly severe demands on circuit and system designers. Miniaturization and power concerns, already important considerations in portable radio design, are amplified in these emerging wireless sensor applications. Additionally, there are several needs on the horizon that will demand completely thin-film integration of RF transceivers, prohibiting surface-mount components of any kind.

Nanoscale Electro-Thermal Laboratory(NET Lab)

The backbone of any semiconductor foundry is driven by the much celebrated silicon based field effect transistors (FETs), that shrinks with each technology node generation. This downscaling however has a lower limit beyond which the active material-Si, rapidly changes its electronic (for example increased band gap, increased transport effective masses, etc.) as well as thermal properties (for example a decreased thermal conductivity, etc.). The Nanoscale ELectro-thermal laboratory or the NET lab was focuses strongly on electrical and thermal management of emerging materials and devices, both in bulk as well as in the submicron or nanoscale order. At present we are mainly engaged to conduct theoretical research to explain electronic and phononic transport properties like electrical and thermal conductivity, Seebeck coefficient, interface physics, noise and RF modelling in 2D graphene/dichalcogenides based heterostructure transistors, Joule-heating effect in interconnects.

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