Microprocessor & Microcontroller Lab

Microprocessor Lab(Room No.W209)(EI-491:EIE 4th Sem; EC-592:5th Sem ECE, CSE, IT; EI-681:6th Sem EE)



1.a)Add two 8 – bit binary numbers and store the result in D-E register pair.
1.b)Subtract two 8- bit binary numbers using ‘SUB’ & ‘ADD’ instruction and store the result in the Memory location.
1.c)Add two 8-bit numbers & store the result in memory
2.a)Transfer a block of data stored in memory from one place to another. Count total No. + ve & -ve numbers stored in memory. Store the +ve & -ve no. in two separate blocks of memory having the count in the first location.
2.b)Find out the largest and smallest no.from a list of data byte stored in memory. Save the result in Register B & C.
3.a) Add two 16 – bit number and store the result in memory. Subtract two 16- bit numbers and store the result in memory.
3.b)Arrange an array of numbers in ascending or descending order
4.a)Multiplication of two 8-bit number
4.b)Division of two 8-bit number to obtain the quotient and remainder. 4.c)Study of the Look-up table
5.a)Conversion of hexadecimal No. to a BCD No.
5.b)Conversion of BCD to hexadecimal No.
5.c)Conversion of hexadecimal to ASCII number
5.d)Conversion of ASCII to hexadecimal number.
6.a)Display the content of a 6-byte display buffer starting from 9000H in the seven-segment display.
6.b)Write a Delay routine of 1Sec.
7.a)Configure 8255 in board PA as input, PB as output, PCL as output PCU as input. Read an 8 bit data through PA & verify by writing data by PB
7.b)Realize a 3 input NAND gate through 8255 & verify the result.
7.c)Realize a clock R-S Flip- Flop through 8255.
7.d) Generate a square wave having duty cycle 50%
8.a)Display interfacing (use interface circuit. Module) display a hexadecimal no.(0,1,2 ……F)for Some duration.
8.b)Display ABCD on the display board using interface circuit module with multiplexing technique
8.c)Keyboard interfacing display.
9.a)Analog to digital conversion (ADC) interfacing with I/O module.
9.b)DAC interfacing with I/O module
9.c)Input/output port using 74373 latch.

Major Equipment:

i) 20MHz CRO, ii)Frequency Counter, iii) 8086 kit, iv)8086 kit with power supply, v)Serial Programmer, vi) 8051micro controller with power supply, vii) 8085 kit with power supply, viii) Pulse generator, ix) DC motor controller, x) Stepper motor with power supply, xi) Personal computer, xii) SPRATAN-ii Trainer kit, xiii) Xilinx cool Runner CPLD VLSI Trainer kit, xiv) Xilinx SPRATN –II Trainer kit, xv) Mixed Signal Micro controller unit, xvi) 8086 trainer kit & Power supply xvii) Personal Computer, xviii) LaserJet Printer, xix) 8085 Simulator Software, xx) XILINX VLSI Design Software,xxi) Process Calibrator

Process Control Lab

Process Control lab(Room No. 119) ( EIE-791;For EIE 7th sem)



1) Study of a typical Temperature Control Loop
2)Study of a typical Flow Control Loop
3)Study of a typical Pressure Control Loop.
4)Study of a typical Level Control Loop.
5)PLC Programming through PC.
6) Study of a PC based Simulation Software

Major Equipments:

i) Pressure Measurement and Control set-up, ii) Temperature Measurement and Control set-up, iii) Flow Measurement and Control set-up iv) Level Measurement and Control set-up v) Vibration Measurement and Control set-up, vi) Air Flow Measurement and Control set-up, v) Data loggers, vii) HART Communicator, viii) PLC (Micro logic 1200), ix) Boiler Simulation Software x) PC.

Industrial Instrumentation Lab

Industrial Instrumentation Lab(Room No. 119) (EI-591) (For EIE 5th Sem


1)Calibration of pressure gauge by Dead Weight Tester.
2)Measurement of temperature by using Thermocouple.
3)Study of RTD characteristics & use in temperature sensitive bridge.
4)Measurement of velocity of flow of water by head type flow meter.
5)Measurement of velocity of flow of water by variable area type flow meter.
6)Measurement of liquid level using capacitive type sensor.
7)Measurement of moisture using moisture balance.
8)Measurement of viscosity.

i) PH Meter, ii) Conductivity Meter, ii) LVDT, iv) I-P & P-I Converter) Level measurement by ultrasonic transducer module, vi) Moister balance, vii) Red wood visco meter, viii) Dead weight tester, ix) Level measurement by capacitive transducer, x) Flow measurement by venturi , orifice, rotameter, DP transmitter xi) Bourdon tube pressure transducer

Telemetry & Remote control Lab

Remote Control & Telemetry Lab(Room No. A102)(EI-791: EIE 7th Sem)


1)Study of voltage telemetry using practical transmitter.
2)Study of 4-20mA current telemetry system (2 wires, 3 wires 4 wires)
3)Study of frequency telemetry system using VCO and phase sensitive detector.
4)Study of frequency division multiplexing and demultiplexing , 2 to 4 wires using as transmission channel.
5)Study of pulse code modulation system.
6)Study of phase locked loop as a detector.
7)Study of a software based data acquisition system


Major Equipment:

I) Voltage Telemetry: Level measuring system, transmitter, receiver, ii) Current telemetry, iii) Freq. Telemetry iv) DAS, v) TDM Kit, vi) FDM Kit, vii) PCM Kit, viii) VCO PLL Kit, ix) Personal Computer, x) CRO, xi) Function Generator.

Transducer & Sensor Lab

Transducer & Sensor Lab (EI-492: For EIE 4th Sem)



1)Study of load cell
2.a) Study of two-channel voltage to current transmitter
2.b) Study of two-channel current to voltage receiver (converter).
3) Temperature measurement using AD590 semiconductor temperature sensor.
4) Measurement of speed using Magnetic Pick-up Proximity Sensor.
5)Displacement measurement by Magnetic Bi-polar Digital Position Sensor (using Hall Effect)
6)Measurement of angular speed by Stroboscope.
7)Relative Humidity measurement using Capacitive Transducer
8)Temperature measurement by Radiation Pyrometer
9)To study the performance characteristics of a linear variable differential transformer
10)To study the V-I characteristics of photo diode
11)To study the V-I characteristics of LDR trainer

Major Equipment:

i) V-I Transmitter, ii) I-V Transmitter, iii) Analog Simulator (8-ch), iv) Piezo-electric transducer, v) Load cell, vi) Strain Guage , vii) Capacitive transducer, viii) Stroboscope, ix) RH Sensor, x) MBDP Sensor, xi) Radiation Pyrometer, xii) LVDT, xiii) AD-590 based temp. measurement module.

Electronic Measurement Lab

Electronic Instrumentation & Measurement Lab (Room No. 301)(EI-691: For EIE 6th Sem)



1)Study of Static Characteristics of a Measuring Instrument
2)Study of Dynamic Characteristics of a Measuring Instrument
3)Acquaintance with basic structure of DMM and measurement of different electrical parameters
4)Realization of Data Acquisition system
5)Wave and spectrum analysis using Q meter
6)Realization of a V-to-I & I-to-V converter.
7)Statistical analysis of errors in measurement.
8)Study of VCO (Voltage controlled oscillator) & PLL (Phase Locked Loop)

Major Equipment:

Auto compute LCR - Q Meter, DMM Traine5r, ADC/DAC Trainer, DAS Trainer, Personal Computer, Printer (Dot Matrix) MSP345 classic, Printer (Laser) ML 1510 Samsung, Digital Multimeter(3&1/2digit), Digital Multimeter(4&1/2digit), Oscilloscope(20MHz)

Digital Electronics Laboratory


1)Realization of basic gates using Universal logic gates.
2)Code conversion circuits- BCD to Excess-3 & vice-versa.
3)4-bit parity generator & comparator circuits.
4)Construction of simple Decoder & Multiplexer circuits using logic gates.
5)Construction of simple arithmetic circuits-Adder, Subtractor.
6)Realization of RS-JK & D flip-flops using Universal logic gates.
7)Realization of Universal Register using JK flip-flops & logic gates.
8)Realization of Universal Register using multiplexer & flip-flops.
9)Construction of Adder circuit using Shift Register & full Adder.
10)Realization of Asynchronous Up/Down counter.
11)Realization of Synchronous Up/Down counter.
12)Design of Sequential Counter with irregular sequences.
13)Realization of Ring counter & Johnson’s counter.

(EC382; Room No: A102)Digital Electronics & Logic Design (For CSE & IT)



1) Realization of NOT, OR, AND, XOR, XNOR gates using universal gates
2.a)Gray to Binary conversion & vice-versa.
2.b)Code conversion between BCD and EXCESS-3
3.a) ODD and even parity generation and checking.
3.b)4-bit comparator circuit
4) Design of combinational circuit to drive seven-segment display
5) Design of combinational circuits using multiplexer
6.a) Adder/Subtractor circuits using Full-Adder using IC and/ or logic gates.
6.b)BCD Adder circuit using IC and/ or logic gates
7) Realization of RS , JK, and D flip flops using Universal logic gates
8) Realization of Asynchronous up/down counter
9) Realization of Synchronous Mod-N counter

(EC492;Room No: A102)Digital Electronics (For EC & EE)



1)Realization of basic logic functions using Universal logic gates.
2)Code conversion circuits-BCD to Excess-3 & Vice Versa.
3) Construction of simple decoder & multiplexer circuits using logic gates.
4)4-bit parity generator & compare circuits.
5)Construction of simple arithmetic circuits –adder,subtractor using logic gates.
6)Construction of simple arithmetic circuits –adder,subtractor using multiplexer.
7) Construction of simple arithmetic circuits –adder,subtractor using decoders.
8)Realization of RS-JK & D flip flops using universal logic gates.
9)Realization of universal register using logic gates,JK flip-flops & multiplexer.
10)Realization of Asynchronous Up/Down counter.
11)Realization of Synchronous Up/Down counters.
12)Design of sequential counter with irregular sequences.
13) Realization of ring counter & Johnson’s counter.


Major Equipment:

i) 20 MHz CRO
ii) Personal Computer & Printer
iii) Digital Trainer Kit
iv) 20 MHz Logic Scope
v) Digital IC tester.


The major functions of this Cell are organizing specialized training both in domain as well as soft skill area for corporate grooming of the students and to provide assistance for suitable placement in different corporates / industries.