The prime focus areas of EmSys Lab are as follows.
Electronic/Embedded system design, prototyping and evaluation, starting from sensor/transducer interfacing to full system development and network of sensor nodes.
Post-silicon validation of Analog/Digital/Mixed-Signal/RF test chips (ASICs) designed by doctoral and graduate students as part of their research thesis or dissertation.
Signal processing, analysis and implementation for various sensing-based applications.
AI for ASIC design, sensor nodes and networks.
Deep learning for Signal and Data Analysis.
More than 20 test ASICs designed by graduate students and Ph.D. scholars have been tested and various performance parameters of the ASICs have been measured in our lab. Several prototypes have been designed and developed using the in-house designed ASICs and sensors/transducers or commercial integrated circuits and sensors/transducers.
Resources and Facilities
IMAGE Hardware Accelerated Verification System and 22 desktop machines from Powai Labs
R&S 3.2 GHz RF Source Generator
Tektronix 1GHz Mixed domain DSO
Keysight, Tektronix and APLab Function Generators (25 MHz to 80 MHz)
Keysight 16802A Logic Analyzer
Keithley Source Meters
Keysight Spectrum Analyzer (Handheld) and SRS Spectrum Analyzer
Agilent precision LCR meter
SRS Digital Lock-in Amplifier
Multi-core computation cluster
Weller Soldering Station
Telsonic Ultrasonic cleaner
Generic Function Generators and DSOs
CADtools for Analog/Digital/Mixed-Signal/RF ASIC Design
CADtools for device level simulations and modelling