Embedded Systems (EmSys) Lab is located in 5th floor, of the Girish Gaitonde building of the Department of Electrical Engineering.
The prime focus areas of EmSys Lab are as follows.
System design, prototyping and evaluation, starting from sensor/transducer interfacing to full system development and network of sensor nodes
Detailed test and measurement of Analog/Digital/Mixed-Signal/RF test chips (ASICs) designed by Ph.D. and post-graduate students as part of their research thesis or dissertation.
Signal processing system design, 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 chips (ASICs), designed by PG students and Ph.D. scholars has been tested and various performance parameters of the test chips have been measured in Emsys Lab. Eight system prototypes have been designed and developed using the in-house designed ASICs and sensors/transducers or commercial integrated circuits and sensors/transducers.
EmSys Lab is equipped with the following measurement and computation facilities.
22 Desktop Machines (donated by Powai Labs Pvt. Ltd.).
IMAGE Hardware Accelerated Verification System from Powai Labs.
R&S 3.2 GHz RF Source Generator
Tektronix 1GHz DSO
Keysight, Tektronix and APLab Function Generators ranging from 25 MHz to 80 MHz
Keysight 16802A Logic Analyzer
Keithley Source Meters
SRS Spectrum Analyzer (extremely low frequency till 100 KHz)
SRS Digital Lock-in Amplifier
Multi-core computation cluster
Weller Soldering Station
Generic Function Generators and DSOs
If you have any queries, feel free to contact the lab RAs.
1. Harsh Patel (email@example.com)
2. Adarsh G Menon (firstname.lastname@example.org)