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The Lateral Entry in Electronics and Communication program enables candidates with a 3 years diploma in Electronics and Communication Engineering or an equivalent degree to get admitted directly to 2nd Year (3rd semester) in Chitkara University.
Electronic Engineering drives our world of new technologies. Devices designed by Electronic Engineers feature in all aspects of modern life, including computers, mobile phones, robotics, the internet, digital television, satellites, aerospace, medical scanners, security systems, and sustainable energy. Engineering degrees are a fascinating and challenging choice, with well-qualified graduates in high demand in global industries.
All courses begin by providing students with an understanding of the basic principles of electronic engineering, whilst developing their skills in maths and computing. Modules then combine these fundamental elements into systems that meet the needs of particular applications.
Running through all courses is a significant portion of project work. In the early years, group design/project work is incorporated into many of the modules. In later years, a team software engineering project enables students to simulate operating as a commercial business. Final year students have substantial individual projects, sometimes out in the industry. The Department fully recognizes the vital nature of this kind of supervised study to prepare students for the world of work. In turn, we have a widely recognized reputation for producing high-quality graduates with skills relevant to a range of career paths.
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|Provides students with a thorough introduction to Electronics, covering the key areas of circuits and operational amplifiers. Covers basic circuit analysis skills, operational amplifiers from a theoretical and practical basis, and the associated mathematical concepts and tools||Introduces students to the propagation of high-speed signals around circuits and systems and the principles of noise within them. Considers the concepts of Signal Integrity and Electromagnetic Compatibility, the effects of not achieving EMC on system operation, and some of the fundamental concepts that lead to these problems and their mitigation.||Engineers are often involved in the entire life cycle of a product, from concept through design and computer modeling, to a hardware device. Students experience many of these real-world practices by working in teams – taking a technical problem, capturing the requirements, creating a specification for a solution, and simulating it using industry-standard software tools, before final implementation in hardware|
The department is well established with state-of-the-art technology to impart knowledge for future industrial and educational needs. It is furnished with DSP, microprocessor, communication, optical, VLSI, and embedded systems. The labs offer students to work on a wide range of advanced software packages.
We boast of fully equipped laboratories with modern equipment supported by special purpose software packages like ETAP, MATLAB, CAPSA, LABVIEW, ORCAD, MULTI SIM, KEIL, PSIM, and MAGNET.
Marquee companies such as Nvidia, ARM, cadence, NXP Semiconductors, and Texas Instruments have recently supported us in terms of supplying state-of-the-art types of equipment for the best hands-on training for our students.