• Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering

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About Department

The Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering was established in the year 1994 offering Undergraduate programme in Electronics and Communication Engineering and two postgraduate programmes - VLSI Design and Embedded system Technologies. The UG programme is  ccredited and re-accredited by National Board of Accreditation, New Delhi, since 2007. The department enables the students to attain excellence in domain technologies of Electronics and Communication with curricula focusing on the requirements specified by the industries. The department has 36 faculty members with 14 members holding doctoral degree, with competent expertise in the fields of VLSI Design, Embedded Systems, Image and Signal Processing, Communication and Networks, RF and MEMS. The department is recognized as the research centre with all computing facilities, State-of-Art laboratories with 29 research scholars working towards potential solutions for the real-time problems. The department has received grants form AICTE, New Delhi, under various schemes specifically RPS, MODROBs, FDPs and Seminar Grants to the tune of Rs.1 Crore. The department has also received grants from DRDO, ISRO, BRNS ICMR, ISTE and IEEE for seminars and workshops. The interaction of the department with industries has laid path in delivering consultancy projects.

HOD Desk

Dr. M. JAGADEESWARI

HOD

It is my pleasure and honour to welcome you to the Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering of Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College.

Electronics and Communication Engineering (ECE) is a rapidly advancing field, with new ideas promising every other second. From mobile phones to fibre optics and remote sensing, there are exhilarating avenues to explore and create.

B.E. Degree in Electronics & Communication Engineering program aims at producing engineers with sound knowledge in communication engineering and a strong background in electronics. The major driving force for the present day Information Technology revolution is the development in Electronics Engineering. The advancements in microelectronics, satellite and optical fibre technology, analog and digital communication techniques have resulted in developing complex electronics devices, circuits and equipments capable of implementing fast and efficient telecommunication systems. Real time transfer of audio and video signals is now possible with recent trends in broad band technologies. Penetration of electronics has now revolutionized other areas like health care, instrumentation, automation, remote sensing, signal processing etc.

 

 

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