This is a 3 years Diploma in Electronics and Communication Engineering.
Electronic systems are now an integral part of our daily life. Just look around and you will get electronic appliances everywhere it may be your homes, offices or industrial plants they are almost everywhere. Now electronics has developed so much that we con’t think of an appliance without electronics . In order to compete with rival companies or just remain a step ahead of them, the designers of technical systems & innovative products must be fully aware of both the usage & the limitations of electronic components & systems.
Extensive development in electronics, audio and video communication systems have made an electronic engineer a catalyst for the change of the modern society, The quality of life has been improved by electronic communication system. With the changing events throughout the world, it has become essential to have more efficient communication network with the latest electronics devices and circuits.
The Diploma in ECE aims to provide students a sound knowledge of basic electronics and communication engineering, along with the application like audio video techniques , telephonic system lanline as well as mobile, VSAT etc..Diploma is equivalent to bachelor of science i.e. B.Sc in computer science or in Electronics and they become eligible for admission in second year of B.Tech course. The course provides a sound foundation for people wishing to pursue a career in electronics & communication engineering through a diverse range of theoretical skills and practical experience, presented in the context of real applications and design experience. In the diploma the students are trained more in practical knowledge than in any other course so they are always in demand in industry.
The Department has excellent infrastructure for theory as well as in practical classes, and exposure to the modern industries. Students have good opportunity to understand the state of the art technology in Electronics & Communication Engineering to enable them to be socially consistence and technologically skilled so as to contribute towards socially relevant technical problems. The department offers Diploma Programme in Electronics & Communication Engineering and thus provides excellent opportunity for the students.
The definition of Electronics and Communication Engineering as per entire world is that it is an area of electrical engineering that deals with the design and creation of chips and circuits that are used in electronics devices, gadgets, tools and equipment. It is the driving force behind the development of the world’s information technology and it leads to a profession that is rapidly advancing with new innovations and developments in telecommunications, medical science, defence, robotics, computing hardware and power and electrical equipment.
As per MVN University, this definition also includes shaping minds of students, opting for this branch of engineering as their professional education, into a World Changer as we believe firmly that every individual can contribute his best abilities provided they get fully aware of them and know how to implement them on practical basis.
PCB can be said as heart of any electrical and electronics system eg. T.V, Laptops, Washing Machine etc. and with increasing involvement of electronics and electrical in Automobile and other mechanical equipments demand for PCB grows exponentially. Growth of any industry will leads to the growth of PCB manufacturing and so the demand.
Consumers are driving industry growth with a desire for good products. Great technology is no longer enough to differentiate a product. It must be squeezed into a smaller package in order to sell. This has an effect on everything inside the box including the PCB, the chips and what's packaged on the chips. As new electronic products are developed, such as smaller video cameras that can help patients avoid more invasive procedures, PCBs must evolve right along with them.
The entire system is being affected by the need to accommodate consumer demand, which is driving product innovation and PCB innovation and in turn growing the market. Many global PCB fabrication facilities are now able to accommodate the trickiest design techniques, enabling further innovation.
Keeping in view the above aspects, MVN University has started the certificate program in PCB Designing with the help of software like AVR studio, Target, and OrCAD, Oscad.
On the successful completion of the course the individual will be proficient in all basic skills related to single sided, double layered and multilayered PCB Designing and related software’s.
Image processing covers the fundamental technology behind applications such as digital television, medical imaging and tele-radiology, video streaming and conferencing overwireless and wireless networks, multimedia database and digital library. All applications use digital image enhancement, filtering, analysis and compression techniques. This certificate is for working professionals who seek an in-depth understanding of image processing and communication technology. The program consists of three required courses and one elective course.
This certificate course provides hands-on experience by performing image analysis. Examples and exercises demonstrate the use of appropriate MATLAB and Image Processing Toolbox functionality throughout the analysis process.
• Importing and exporting images
• Analyzing images interactively
• Removing noise
• Aligning images and creating a panoramic scene
• Detecting lines and circles in an image
• Segmenting object edges
• Segmenting objects based on their color and texture
• Performing batch analysis over sets of images
• Segmenting objects based on their shape using morphological operations
• Measuring shape properties
On the successful completion of the course the individual will be proficient in all basic skills related to MATLAB and image processing like
- Importing and exporting images form anywhere and in any form
- Analyzing images interactively
- Removing noise to improve quality of image
- Aligning images and creating a panoramic scene
- Detecting lines and circles in an image which can be used for various purposes.
Embedded system architecture and programming. I/O, analog and digital interfacing, and peripherals. Weekly laboratory sessions and term project on design of a microprocessor-based embedded system including at least one custom peripheral. Knowledge of C programming and digital logic required. Lab required.
The goal of this class is to introduce you to issues in hardware/software interfacing, practical microprocessor-based system design issues such as bus protocols and device drivers, and practical digital hardware design using modern logic synthesis tools. You will put all of this to use in the lab where you will be given the opportunity to implement, using a combination of C and the SystemVerilog hardware description langauge, a small embedded system.
This is a lab course done in two parts. During the first part of the class, each student will implement the same "canned" designs designed by the instructor and be given substantial guidance. These are meant as an opportunity for you to learn the development tools and basic concepts. In the second part of the class, you will divide up into teams and each will design and implement a comparable project of their own with guidance from the instructor and TAs.
This course is a capstone in which students will integrate their knowledge of digital logic, programming, and system design to produce a real system. It is intended to complement ELEN 4340, Computer Hardware Design. 4840 focuses more on system-design issues and include a large section on hardware/software integration. Students in 4840 will use gates, processors, peripherals, software, and operating systems as building blocks.
Upon completion of the course, students should possess the following skills:
• Be able to design the hardware and software required to implement an embedded
• Be able to take a problem statement and implement a solution using a combination of
hardware and software while using a microprocessor/microcontroller.
• Be able to use the standard ports and interface devices on a typical microcontroller.
• Be able to write simple assembly language programs which utilize microcontroller