Electronics and Communication Engineering (ECE)

Electronics and Communication Engineering department is aimed to set a path of success to “Budding Engineers”. The department further endeavors to impart high quality education and produce graduates with a sound knowledge on advanced research in ECE. It includes a team of well qualified, experienced and dedicated faculty members with industrial and research background.

It offers undergraduate, postgraduate programmes in various disciplines of Electronics and Communication Engineering. B.Tech ECE Programme was accredited by NBA first time under tier – II in 2016 and further extension of accreditation in granted up to June 2023.

The department started UG Program with initial intake of 60 students in the year 2007 and the intake is enhanced to 120 in the year 2011, 180 in the year 2014. The department introduced a PG Program in Digital Systems and Computer Electronics (DSCE) with an intake of 18 students. Also new PG program namely Digital Electronics and Communication Systems (DECS) started in the year 2012 with intake of 24 students. Department has sanctioned R&D Cell in the year 2017. Department also offer Ph.D programme under R&D cell since 2017. The Department offers PhD program full time in various specializations under R&D Cell.

Department has obtained permanent affiliation to JNTUA for all the programmes UG, PG and R&D Cell. The Department has developed its Vision, Mission, Programme Outcomes, and Programme Educational Objectives and mapped. Course Outcomes for all the courses are enlisted and CO attainment metrics are also available. Department is accredited NBA and institute is accredited by NAAC and recognized under sections 2(f) and 12(B) by UGC. Teaching-Learning system has accommodated the various OBE (Outcome Based Education) methods and strategies like organizing QC activities. Most of the faculty have adopted ICT mode of teaching via audio visual mode using LCD projector as an effective teaching aid.

The department has IETE Association through which students are allowed to enrich their technical knowledge by attending / participating national level workshops, seminars and working model exhibitions. A department technical association was formed in the year 2008 with an objective of motivating the students to actively participate and organize technical and non technical events by name TRISHNA every year. The activities under these associations has given a scope for both student and teaching community to get acquainted in different areas like 1D & 2D Signal Processing, Embedded Systems, RADARS, Telecommunication, Mobile & Satellite Communications and many more. As a part of curriculum, industrial visits are arranged to students so that they are inspired to do their project works in R&D organizations like NARL, SHAR, NAL, BSNL,HAL, etc. The students have been placed in various reputed organizations through ON/ OFF campus placements. Some of the students are motivated to pursue higher education in reputed Universities / Institutes in India and abroad.

The department of Electronics and Communication Engineering is established in the year 2007. After consulting with the administrative board, departmental boards and industrial experts and professionals, the department of ECE defines the vision and mission as follows:

Vision

To achieve excellence in the field of Electronics and Communication Engineering with professional competency.

Mission

  • Strict adherence to the curriculum requirements for the overall development of learners.
  • Continuous up-gradation of Physical Infrastructure for reaching Excellence.
  • Utilize Industry-Institute linkages to acquire professional competency in the learners.
  • Stimulate the Graduates with innovative ideas in research and for higher studies.

The department of ECE has developed and adopted Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs) for guiding UG programme towards the mission and vision which reflects three aspects of student learning: Cognitive, Affective and Behavioral. PEOs are expected to attain by the students few years after their graduation

Programme Educational Objectives

PEO No. Programme Educational Objectives
PEO1 The Graduate becomes proficient in analyzing complex Electronics and Communication Engineering problems and offer efficient solutions to real world problems.
PEO2 The Graduate grows in technical knowledge and ethical values to interact effectively with the society.
PEO3 The Graduate becomes lifelong learner for professional development.

Mapping Program Educational Objectives with Mission

PEO No. Mission 1 Mission 2 Mission 3 Mission 4
PEO1 1 1 2 3
PEO2 1 1 3
PEO3 1 2 3
Correlation Levels: 1 – Slight (Low) 2 – Moderate (Medium) 3 – Substantial (High)

Programme Specific Outcomes (PSOs)

Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs) are what the graduates of a specific UG programme should be able to do at the time of graduation. Department has defined few specific outcomes which make graduate realize the fact that the knowledge and techniques learnt in this programme has direct implication especially in the field of Electronic and Communication Engineering.

Programme Specific Outcomes (PSOs) of UG are :

PSO No. Programme Specific Outcomes
PSO1 Able to design, apply and demonstrate the principles of electronics, digital systems in the field of consumer electronics, communications and in different applications.
PSO2 Able to solve complex problems using latest hardware and software tools along with analytical skills to arrive cost at effective and appropriate solutions in different areas like Electronics & Communications.

Programme Outcomes (POs)

The department of ECE has developed and adopted Programme Outcomes (POs) for guiding UG programme. POs describe that, what students are expected to know or be able to do by the time of graduation from the programme.

The Programme Outcomes (POs) of UG in Electronics and Communication Engineering (ECE) are :

PO No. Programme Outcomes
PO1 Engineering Knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
PO2 Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
PO3 Design/Development of Solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
PO4 Conduct Investigations of Complex Problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
PO5 Modern Tool Usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
PO6 The Engineer and Society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
PO7 Environment and Sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
PO8 Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
PO9 Individual and Team Work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
PO10 Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
PO11 Project Management and Finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments .
PO12 Life-long Learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change .

The department of ECE has developed and adopted Programme Outcomes (POs) for guiding PG programme. POs describe that, what students are expected to know or be able to do by the time of graduation from the programme.

The Programme Outcomes (POs) of PG in Digital Electronics and Communication Systems (DECS) are :

PO No. Programme Outcomes
PO1 Gain in-depth knowledge in the specialized domain of Digital Electronics, Digital Systems, Signal Processing and Communication Systems.
PO2 Analyze complex engineering problems critically in the domains of Communication Engineering and Digital Systems for conducting research.
PO3 Solve engineering problems to arrive at optimal solutions in the fields of Digital Electronics and Communication Systems complying with societal needs .
PO4 Apply appropriate research methodologies and techniques for the development of scientific and technological knowledge in Digital Electronics, Communication Systems and allied areas.
PO5 Apply appropriate resources and modern tools to complex engineering activities in the field of Digital Electronics and Communication Systems.
PO6 Contribute to collaborative-multidisciplinary scientific work, demonstrate capacity for self-management, teamwork and decision making.
PO7 Ability to Manage projects with understanding of engineering and management principles with consideration to economic and financial factors.
PO8 Able to Communicate effectively in professional and personal domains through verbal and written forms.
PO9 Able to Engage in life-long learning for improve knowledge and competence of rapid technological changes.
PO10 Understand of responsibility for sustainable development of society and follow ethics in professional activities.
PO11 Adaptability and self-learning for continuous improvement.

The Programme Outcomes (POs) of PG in Digital Systems and Computer Electronics (DSCE) are :

PO No. Programme Outcomes
PO1 Gain in-depth knowledge in the Digital Systems and Computer electronics.
PO2 Analyze complex engineering problems critically in the domains of Computer electronics and Digital Systems for conducting research.
PO3 Solve engineering problems to arrive at optimal solutions in the fields of Digital systems and electronics in computer complying with societal needs.
PO4 Apply appropriate research methodologies and techniques for the development of scientific and technological knowledge in Digital systems, Computer electronics and allied areas.
PO5 Apply appropriate resources and modern tools to complex engineering activities in the field of Digital systems and Computer electronics.
PO6 Contribute to collaborative-multidisciplinary scientific work, demonstrate capacity for self-management, teamwork and decision making.
PO7 Ability to Manage projects with understanding of engineering and management principles with consideration to economic and financial factors.
PO8 Able to Communicate effectively in professional and personal domains through verbal and written forms.
PO9 Able to Engage in life-long learning for improve knowledge and competence of rapid technological changes.
PO10 Understand of responsibility for sustainable development of society and follow ethics in professional activities.
PO11 Adaptability and self-learning for continuous improvement.

Courses Outcomes (COs)

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Dr. IRALA SUNEETHA, Professor & Head, B.Tech, M.Tech, Ph.D

Dr. Irala Suneetha received the Bachelors of Technology degree in Electronics and Communication Engineering from S.V. University, Tirupati, India in 2000, and the Master of Technology degree in Electronic Instrumentation and Communication Systems from S.V. University, Tirupati, India in 2003. She received Ph.D. degree from S.V. University, Tirupati in the year 2017. She is Professor and Head of Electronics & Communication Engineering department, Annamacharya Institute of Technology and Sciences, Tirupati. Her current research areas of interest are in Signal and Image processing, Communications etc.,

She has more than 15 years of teaching experience. She has authored 33 research publications in National and International Journals. She presented papers in 19 National and 9 International conferences. Few papers were published in UGC Approved Journals, Scopus Indexed Journal, Thomson Reuter Journals and Free Journals. Two conference papers got Best Paper Award and one paper was published in IEEE X’Plore with DOI: 10.1109/ICACT.2013.6710525.

Dr.Irala Suneetha is an active member of Professional bodies like IETE, ISTE, ISRD, IAETSD, and IRED. She is a highly energetic, dynamic and self-motivated person. Apart from Academics, she has been contributing lots in Placements and Admissions. She was Chief Warden of Girls Hostel. She is Convener of Women Empowerment Cell of AITS, Tirupati. She has been a member in various committees all Technical as well as Cultural Fests and functions in the AITS, Tirupati.

She has been associated in preparatory work for Accreditations by IE (India), NBA, NAAC, JNTUA R&D Cell in the department of ECE and Women’s Day Celebrations in the college. She has been effectively involved in planning and organizing an International Conference (ICIOTAS-2017) in association with IFERP in the college in April 2016.

Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering

S.No. Name Designation Qualification
1 Dr.I.Suneetha Professor & Head Ph.D
2 Dr.N.C.Eswar Reddy Professor Ph.D
3 Dr.P.Satya Narayana Professor Ph.D
4 Dr.N.Pushpalatha Assoc.Professor Ph.D
5 Ms.A.Rajani Asst.Professor M.Tech
6 Mr.P.Rajesh Asst.Professor M.Tech
7 Mr.Y.Penchalaiah Asst.Professor M.Tech
8 Ms.M.Anitha Asst.Professor M.Tech
9 Mr.B.Sreenivasan Asst.Professor M.Tech
10 Mr.P.Sreekanth Asst.Professor M.Tech
11 Ms.G.Vasantha Asst.Professor M.Tech
12 Mr.G.Sreenivasulu Asst.Professor M.Tech
13 Ms.K.Jansi Lakshmi Asst.Professor M.Tech
14 Mr.Ritesh Asst.Professor M.Tech
15 Mr.N.Dilip Kumar Asst.Professor M.Tech
16 Mr.K.R.Surendra Asst.Professor M.Tech
17 Mr.P.Harish Asst.Professor M.Tech
18 Mr.S.Thanoj Kumar Asst.Professor M.Tech
19 Mr.C.Sreekanth Asst.Professor M.Tech
20 Ms.T.Jyothi Asst.Professor M.Tech
21 Ms.S.Rohini Asst.Professor M.Tech
22 Mr.M.Nagaraj Asst.Professor M.Tech
23 Ms.R.Revathi Asst.Professor M.Tech
24 Ms.A.Revathi Asst.Professor M.Tech
25 Mr.K.Venkateswara Rao Asst.Professor M.Tech
26 Ms.V.G.Roja Asst.Professor M.Tech
27 Ms.N.Latha Asst.Professor M.Tech
28 S.V.Rajanaik Asst.Professor M.Tech
29 Ms.G.Chandini Asst.Professor M.Tech
30 Ms.A.Mounika Asst.Professor M.Tech
31 Ms.T.Saranya Asst.Professor M.Tech
32 Ms.K.Vijaya Lakshmi Asst.Professor M.Tech
33 Mr.P. Mahesh Kumar Asst.Professor M.Tech
34 Ms. Shaik Asiya Asst.Professor M.Tech
35 Mr.G.Kishore Asst.Professor M.Tech
36 Ms.V.Vijaya Lakshmi Asst.Professor M.Tech
37 Ms.B.Neelima Asst.Professor M.Tech
38 Mr.M.Lakshmi narayana Reddy Asst.Professor M.Tech
39 Ms.K.Kalyani Asst.Professor M.Tech
40 Mr.C.Giri Prasad Asst.Professor M.Tech

VLSI & Embedded Systems Lab

VLSI & Embedded Systems Lab is used by B.Tech final year students to get expertise in designing sequential and combinational circuit. To have good basic foundation skills on advanced processors TM4C123GH6PM and their interfacing examples.

Digital Signal Processing (DSP) Lab

The lab is used for practical works related to Digital Signal Processing, and their applications.
Students learn about various DSP algorithms and Digital Signal Processors using most advanced version of MATLAB consisting of all toolboxes like signal processing, control design, image processing.

Microprocessors and Micro controllers Lab

Microprocessors Lab is used by the undergraduate students of the institute to perform experiments based on 8086 microprocessor kits and peripheral boards. The lab is equipped with various advanced microcontroller Launchpads like MSP430 and their interfacing.

Microwave & Optical Lab

Microwave and Fiber optics Lab is used by B.Tech third year students to enhance their skills in Microwave Engineering field. This Lab is equipped with various microwave benches having Klystron and Gunn diode as microwave sources. By using these benches students study various characteristics of microwave devices like couplers, tees, circulators, isolators etc. Lab also includes experiments of optical fiber communication with various modern Trainers kits.

Analog Communications & Digital Communications Lab

Laboratory experiments which deal with the design and measurement of analog and digital communication systems. Concepts include SNR, Modulation Index, PCM, and spread spectrum. measure signal-to-noise ratio with various equipment; design and measure AM, FM, QPSK, and spread spectrum communication systems; routinely use communications test equipment; and identify and measure factors which hamper communication systems.

Electronic Devices and Circuits Lab

This laboratory is established with an aim to develop the fundamentals related to building blocks of analog electronic circuits. Experiments carried out include study of active devices like BJT, FET, UJT and switching devices like SCR, the design of basic circuits like rectifiers, amplifiers, oscillators and their applications etc. The laboratory is equipped with Cathode Ray Oscilloscopes, Regulated Power Supplies, Function Generators and many other electronic components. Students connect all experiments using bread board. This laboratory enables the II year students to gain practical experience in connecting and testing circuits with discrete components.

IC Applications Lab

The laboratory aims at imparting the knowledge required to design and verify different analog and digital circuits based on operational amplifiers IC 741, 555 timers etc. Also enables them to get familiarity with various linear ICs such as OP Amp (µA741) and Timers (SE/NE 555), Design of multi vibrators & sweep circuits, ADC and DAC.

Year Name of the Subject Subject File Names (PPT) Subject File Names (PDF)
II – II Analog Communication Systems Basic Information Theory
Basics of Analog
Communication Systems
Effects of Noise on ACS
Frequency and Phase Modulation
Pulse Modulation
Control System Engineering Basics of Control Systems
Block Diagram and Signal
Flow Graphs
Bode Plot
Frequency Response
Mathematical Models
On State Space Analysis
Root Locus
Data Structures Basics of Control Systems
Block Diagram and Signal
Flow Graphs
Bode Plot
Frequency Response
Mathematical Models
On State Space Analysis
Root Locus
Queue as Data Structure
Data Structures
Queue
Searching
Sorting
Stacks
Trees
Electronic Circuit Analysis Amplifiers
Feedback Amplifiers
Multistage Amplifiers
Small Signal High Frequency
Transistor Amplifier Models
Feedback Amplifiers
Multistage Amplifiers
Multi Vibrators
Power Amplifiers
Sinusoidal Oscillators
Electromagnetic Waves &
Transmission Lines
Electrostatics
Magnetostatics
Maxwell’s Equations
EM Wave Characteristics
Transmission Lines
Electrostatics
Magnetostatics
Maxwell’s Equations (Time varying Fields)
Polarization
Mathematics – IV Special Functions
III – II Digital Signal Processing Digital Signal Processing
Fast Fourier Transform Algorithms
Ideal Filters
Multi – Rate Digital Signal Processing
Structures for Discrete-Time Systems
Discrete Time Signals & Systems
Fast Fourier Transform
IIR & FIR Filters
Multi-rate Digital Signal Processing
Structures of FIR & IIR Systems
Electronic Measurement &
Instrumentation
Instrumentation
Oscilloscopes
Harmonic Distortion Analyzer
Transducer
Bridge Circuits
Instrumentation
Oscilloscopes – 1
Oscilloscopes – 2
Signal Generators
Bridge Circuits
Microprocessors & Micro-controllers 8085 Microprocessor
8086 Microprocessors
Instruction Set of 8086
Interfacing Devices
8051 Micro-controllers
Microprocessors
8086 Processors
Addressing Modes & Instruction of 8086
Microprocessor Interfacing Devices
Microcontrollers
Microwave Engineering Cross Field Tubes
Linear Beam Tubes
Microwave Measurements
Resonators & Wave Guides
Wave Guide Components
Beam Tubes
Crossed Filed Tubes
Microwave Measurements
Wave Guide Components
Wave Guides & Resonators
Television Engineering AVC
Digital Television
Flat Panel Displays
Flat Panel Receivers
Television & video Engineering
Color Signal Generation, Encoding
Television & Video Engineering
Managerial Economics &
Financial Accounting
Managerial Economics
Markets & Pricing Strategies
Capital Budgeting
Introduction to Managerial Economics
Market & Pricing Strategies
Theory of Production & Cost Analysis
IV – II Advanced 3G 4G
Wireless Communications
OFDM-CDMA
MIMO Systems
Cellular Systems
Cellular & Mobile Wireless Networks
3G and 4G Wireless Standards
Broadband Wireless Channel Modelling
Broadband wireless channel Modelling
CDMA
OFDM
Principles of Modern Wireless Communications
Wireless Communication Standards
Pattern Recognition & Applications Pattern Recognition
Statistical Pattern Recognition
Introduction to Pattern Recognition
Statistical Pattern Recognition
Bayesian Decision Theory
Minimum Error Classifier
Radio Frequency Integrated Circuits The DSmith Chart
Power Amplifiers
Phase Locked Loops
Frequency Synthesizer
Low Noise Amplifiers
Mixers
Noise
Oscillators
Noise
Oscillators
Power Amplifiers
Radio Frequencies