Facilities

  • The Department of Medical Electronics is well equipped with modern facilities in class rooms and laboratories
  • Apart from regular laboratories, department of Medical Electronics is also well equipped with additional laboratories such as:
    1. Medical Imaging Research Center
    2. Advanced Biomedical Digital Signal Processing Laboratory
    3. Reverse Engineering Laboratory
  • Industry support laboratory – Advanced GE Healthcare Laboratory, provides better learning opportunities for the students which caters to enhance the on – jobskills of the students for performing optimally in their careers
  • An exclusive department library facility is available equipped with latest text books, reference books, e-journals etc.
  • Students have access to technical papers of reputed journals through the digital library
  • A student chapter of Instrument Society of India (ISOI) has been started in the department under which all the events are conducted

Laboratory Details:

S.No Name of the Laboratory No. of students per setup Name of the important equipment Weekly utilization status
1. Analog Electronics Lab 12 no. (3 students x 4 batches) · Function generator 20 MHz 3003
· Cathode ray oscilloscope
· Power supply DC regulated multi output +15V and 0 to 30V with CC CV and shorthead protection
· Micro digital multi meter model 801
· DC regulated modulator
· Servo stabilizer
9 hours/week
2. Logic Design Lab 12 no. (3 students x 4 batches) · Digital Trainer kit
· Stabilizer
· IC tester
9 hours / week
3. Microcontrollers Lab 14 students (1 computer per student) · ALS-SDA89C61x2 flash programming board
· DAC board
· Stepper motor board
· Elevator board
· ADC board
· 7 Segment display board
· Keyboard LCD
· Power supply (5V/1A)
9 hours / week
4. HDL Lab 14 students (1 computer per student) · Universal CPLD FPGA with Xilinx programming dangle
· Xilinx foundation series software
· Daughter board-1 FPGA X C3S50
· Daughter board-2 CPLD (9572)
· Stepper motor interface
· DC motor interface
· 8 bit ADC interface
· Dual DAC interface
9 hours / week
5. Analog Integrated Circuits Lab 12 no. (3 students x 4 batches) · DSO 50MHz-500M
· Function generator
· Digital multi meter Meco 801 auto 4 digits display
· Dc regulated dual power supply(0-32V/2A)
· DC regulated power supply(0-5V/2A)
9 hours/week
6. Digital Signal Processing Lab 14 students (1 computer per student) Computers: HCL, i4 processor, 2 GB RAM, 300 GB HDD,, 32 bit Operating System, 19’’ LCD monitor 9 hours / week
7. Medical Electronics Lab 12 no. (3 students x 4 batches) · Audiometer
· ECG amplifier
· Colorimeter
· Temperature transducer module,
· Photo Electric transducer kit
· pH meter
· Strain gauge measuring kit
· Sphygmomanometer
· Digital BP meter, stethoscope
· Polarized electrodes kit
· Non polarized kit
· Multipoint electrodes
9 hours / week
8. C++ & data structures Lab 14 students (1 computer per student) Computers: HP i5 processor, 4 GB RAM, 500 GB HDD,, 32 bit Operating System, 17’’ LCD monitor 9 hours / week
9. Digital Image Processing Lab 14 students (1 computer per student) Computers: HP i5 processor, 4 GB RAM, 500 GB HDD,, 32 bit Operating System, 17’’ LCD monitor 9 hours / week
10. Biomedical Digital Signal Processing Lab 14 students (1 computer per student) Computers: HCL, i4 processor, 2 GB RAM, 300 GB HDD,, 32 bit Operating System, 19’’ LCD monitor 9 hours / week

Additional facilities created:

Sl. No. Facility Name Details Reason(s) for creating facility Utilization Areas in which students are expected to have enhanced learning
1. Medical Imaging Research Centre 1. 3D Printer
2. Network Analyser
3. RF Analyser
4. DC Supply
5. Peristaltic pump
6. Terranove earth field MRI Teaching system
7. Digital storage oscilloscope
8. Software defined radio hardware bundle
To create environment for students for translating theoretical knowledge in core biomedical domain into practical experiences related to medical imaging 9 hours per week Biomedical instruments, Medical Imaging techniques
2. Advance Biomedical Digital Signal Processing Lab 1. Acquisition of Electro – cardiogram & determining the cardiac vector
2. Study of Blood pressure meter &phonocardia graph
3. PCG System with PCG Stimulator
4. PPG with USB
To create environment for students for translating theoretical knowledge in core biomedical domain into practical experiences related to Biomedical signal processing 9 hours per week Biomedical instruments, signal processing techniques
  Reverse Engineering Laboratory 1. Ventilators
2. Dialysis
3. CRO
4. Function generator
5. Multimeter
6. Power supply
Is set up to help students to understand the working principle of instruments and to have hands – on exposure to few Biomedical equipments such as Ventilators, Dialysis machine etc. 9 hours per week Biomedical instruments
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