ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION
DEPARTMENT HIGHLIGHTS

Recognized Research center for Visvesvasaraya Technological University and University of Mysore.Faculty with 6 PhDs and 10 others pursuing PhD. Faculty have Teaching, Industrial and Research experience..

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VISION, MISSION, OBJECTIVE & OUTCOMES

To achieve academic excellence in Electronics and Communication Engineering, thus enabling students to have enhanced opportunities in the evolving global industrial scenario. To institutionalize academic, engineering and ethical culture,...

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PROJECT HIGHLIGHTS

Project details of various projects such as Investigation of Neural Network Architecture for Image Compressions, Student Satellite project (Student Sat-II) and many others are listed here...


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feature Project

The department has hardware and software laboratories that are well equipped with tools such as:

 

COMPACT HIGH POWER VARIABLE DC POWER SUPPLY

My name is Sai Abhiskeh. I am interested in research. I am very happy to say that I have done exciting work on a compact power supply with my guide Dr Sreenivasappa (Associate Prof of the ECE dept).

A linear regulator uses many high wattage resistors in parallel for protection. These resistors are bulky and they increase the cost of the circuit. In addition, these resistors may cause damage to the regulator and to the load capacitor. Multi terminal transformer or multi terminal voltage divider method is used to vary the output voltage. This results in higher power loss and non-optimum use space.

In our project

the required output voltage is obtained by varying the firing angle of the silicon controlled rectifier (SCR). This improves the efficiency and performance of the system. Our team has developed compact high power and variable DC power supply that converts AC power to DC power. The output voltage ranging from 0 - 200 volts at current of 10A is tested.

Applications for our compact high power supply source are:

  • Variable DC power supply for laboratory applications
  • Control the speed of DC motor drives in automation industry applications
 
 
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