Circuits and Electronics Lab
Circuits and Electronics laboratory at DSU is state of the art with all the latest electronic equipments available, including Digital Oscilloscopes, Function Generators, Spectrum Analyzers and Digital Multimeters. This lab’s purpose is to allow electrical engineering students to develop and test electronic circuits and inculcate circuit design skills in them. Recently Elvis boards procured from National Instruments (NI) have also been added, which can be interfaced with the educational software Labview.
DSU’s Computing laboratory is equipped with state-of-the-art thin client computers. The lab is designed to allow the students experiment with the computing technology to solve engineering problems. The lab is purpose built with an environment which stimulates student’s creativity. The lab is connected with the DSU data center which provides the direct access to Linux and windows environments. A wide variety of engineering related applications are available in this lab, such as Matlab, Labview, C++ compilers & CAD Tools, to facilitate the students.
Digital Systems Lab
Digital Systems laboratory at DSU offers basic and advanced logic design experiments ranging from logic gates to sequential logic design. The Students are provided with both software and hardware resources to design and test digital logic circuits. The Modelsim software is available, which is an industry standard to design digital logic circuits. Furthermore, logic analyzers to test the logic circuits, traditional combinational and sequential logic circuits, reconfigurable logic resources in the shape of FPGAs are also available in this lab..
DSU’s Programming lab is designed to allow the students to experiment with the latest programming tools and technologies and it provides students with an environment which allows them to develop software. This lab is also connected with the DSU data center which provides the direct access to Linux and windows environments. In this lab modernized programming tools and programming related applications such as Java, C++, Python, and Eclipse are installed.
Communication Systems Lab
DSU has state-of-the-art Communication Systems and Digital Signal Processing laboratory. Communication systems part of the lab has a powerful combination of hardware "UNIVERSAL SOFTWARE RADIO PERIPHERAL" (USRP) and open-source software GNU Radio where Digital signal processing experiments can be run. This hardware-software combination is very powerful and flexible, therefore can be used in teaching communication systems courses such as implementing real-time communication systems, recording real RF signals for off-line processing, and converting signals that were generated by a computer to RF.
Control Systems and Electrical Machines Lab
Electric Machines & Control laboratory at DSU comprises of latest electrical machine trainers who give students, hands on experience on AC as well as DC motors & generators. The lab also contains educational hardware acquired from National Instruments (NI), for the use of designing, development and testing of various feedback control systems. The main purpose of this laboratory is to inculcate necessary system design skills in the students and to prepare them for a successful career as a ‘Control & Automation engineer' in the industry.
Embedded Systems Lab
Embedded Systems laboratory in DSU is yet another state-of-the-art laboratory. The equipment such as Raspberry Pi, AVR microcontroller kits, embedded linux platforms, industrial controllers and Xilinx FPGAs are available in this lab. Further, experimental embedded systems are built in this lab which cater to advanced research.
Applied Physics Lab
Applied Physics laboratory at DSU is well-equipped with tools and equipments imported from Germany which cater the needs of the experimental work to be done by students. Currently, experimental equipments for Electromagnetics, Acoustics, Mechanics, and Optics are available in Physics lab.
Applied Chemistry Lab
Applied Chemistry laboratory has been designed to cater the needs of undergraduate Electrical and Mechanical engineering programs, with a vision to further upgrade it to the level of postgraduate research. The environment, health and safety of DSU students and staff is of paramount importance therefore the laboratory is equipped with UV-Visible Spectrophotometer, Conductivity meter, PH meter, Drying Oven, Analytical balance, Laboratory balance, Magnetic Stirrer, and Standard Calibrated Glassware.
Electrical Power Systems Lab
The Electrical Power Systems (EPS) laboratory at DSU is equipped with state of the art “Smart Grid” trainers from the Italian company DE LORENZO. These educational trainers are used to teach students fundamental power engineering concepts pertaining to power generation, power transmission as well as power distribution & utilization. The EPS lab also houses “PE-5000 Power Electronics” trainers from a Taiwan based company, K&H Products. The EPS laboratory at DSU is one of a kind and has been built with the aim of giving students hands on experience of operating high voltage electrical power equipment.
Process Control Lab
The Process Control Laboratory at DSU consists of state-of-the-art software and hardware. This laboratory offers both the undergraduate and graduate level teaching, research and development facility to its users. Departments of Electrical and Mechanical Engineering utilize this laboratory according to their requirements. The equipment that is available in the laboratory consists of Programmable Logic Controllers, Double-Tank, Magnetic Levitation, DC Motors and Inverted Pendulum. Top notch international vendors such as National Instruments of USA and Hampden Engineering Corporation of UK have provided these pieces of equipment.
Final Year Project (FYP) Lab
FYP lab is a dedicated lab for final year students working on their FYPs. There are 16 dedicated work stations for students working on Final Year Projects. 8 workstations have 3 phase power lines available for projects involving 3 phase power. Each workstation comprises of a dual DC power supply, Oscilloscope, function generator and bench top DMM. Every workstation has storage space for students to keep their project related stuff. Workstations with 3 phase power lines have been fitted with Earth leakage circuit breaker (ELCB) and Power Analyzer Meter to monitor power line parameters e.g. Volts, current, Watts, VAR, Power factor, Total Harmonic Distortion (THD), distortion factor..