R & D Initiatives

HFSS Software Lab

  • HFSS has been installed on 7. 11.16 to promote R & D works. This software tool is used in the field of designing at Microwave ranges for the following
    • Antennas
    • Microwave transitions
    • Waveguide components
    • RF filters
    • Three-dimensional discontinuities
    • Passive circuit elements

TEXAS INSTRUMENTS IoT INNOVATION LAB

Texas Instruments Innovation Lab has been established in GNITS ECE Department on 11/01/2018 to create an ecosystem of innovation where students across all disciplines can meet to be creative and hone their technical and leadership skills. The lab is well established with MSP microcontrollers (MCUs) from Texas Instruments (TI).The microcontrollers are 16-bit and 32-bit RISC-based, mixed signal processors designed for ultra-low power applications. These microcontrollers from TI provide designers with enhanced performance and more peripherals on chip while using less power. MSP ultra-low-power microcontrollers are ideal for applications where the majority of the microcontroller life is spent in standby. Typical applications of these processors include low-cost sensor systems that capture analog signals, convert them to digital values and then process the data for display or for transmission to a host system.

  • Accessories in Signal And Image Processing
    • Input devices to acquire audio, video, images and finger print are available, projects related to speech and video processing are developed using the following equipment
      • Zoom H4N Handy Portable Digital Recorder
      • Logitech Web camera
      • Finger print sensor R305 BMES devices
      • IoT Arduino board with 10 sensors

Proposals Submitted to AICTE to obtain funding during Dec-17

  • AICTE-ISTE  Refresher course on Channel Coding Techniques

  • Short Term Training Program - Embedded System in IoT
  • MODROBS

a) Vector Network Analyzer:  Freq.range: 9KHz -13.6 GHz. o/p Power: > 0 dBm, + 10 dBm, dynamic range: > 115dB, typical: 123 dB, measurement time: < 75 msec.

b)MIMO: With MIMO, wireless system performance can be increased without increasing power consumption by the use of multiple antennas. The transmitted signal progresses through different wireless channels from the transmitter antennas to the receiver antennas and creates a capacity gain by exploiting channel diversity.

ECE Student Hackathon Achievements:

1. During the Academic year 16-17, one team was selected to participate at National level Finals Smart India Hackothon’17 conducted at Nodal center KL University on 1st and 2nd April 2017. Title of the project “Safety for women in India” with participants being Bejgam, Sahithi, S.Sree Venni, G.Shithi, Siddenki, Sushmitha, R.Kavya Sree, G.Madhuri.

2. GNITS girls team Athmakuri Sai Naga Rekha (15251A0462), Cherukupalli Harika (15251A0464), Gopu Vedika (15251A04A1), Kota Akshitha (15251A04A8), Illuru Sahithya (15251A04B8) won First Prize (prize amount Rs.17 Lakhs) in Aegon International 24-hour Health and Wealth 24-hr Hackathon for the prototype “Silent Heart Attack Detector” on 19th Sept. 2018 at Bombay.

3. Cherukupalli Harika, Sai Naga Rekha Athmakuri, Gopu Vedika, Kota Akshitha & Illuru Sahitya, have participated in TELANGANA STATE  SMART CITY HACKATHON March 2018, Award Won “Public Choice Award” with the event having 16,660 participants.. Title of the project is “Smart water meter”.

4. Anveshana’ 2018 Projects Shortlisted: Two PROJECTS

A) Project Title: Automatic Engine Locking for drunk drivers

     Students: B.Monica (17251A0402) & Sai Sreeja.Y (17251A0430)

B) Project Title: Solar Power Battery Charger

     Students: G. Bhuvana Sri (16251A0480) & Giovani (16251A0479)

5. DST and Texas Instruments Inc. India Innovation Challenge Design Contest 2018 (IIDC) anchored by NSRCEL, Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore (IIMB) and supported by myGOV have conducted a Hackathon. Out of 10146 teams participated, 346 teams were shortlisted   for Quarterfinals Round. One of our Project Titled ‘Railway Track Fault Detector’ with submission ID 401945 and Students D. Swathi (16241A04D3), Y.Srinidhi (16251A0589), G.Aneela (16251A0581), have been selected for Quarterfinals Round.

6. Two Students R. Nikhilaa Tejashwini & A. Aakanksha participated and have won first Prize in South Zone Final TATA Crucible Hackathon 2018 for their project tilted “Sense of Tumor”.

NPTEL

List of 4 NPTEL Online Courses of ECE faculty members obtained certificate from June 2013 to May 2017: 

No. of Faculty

04

No. of Students

00

Grand Total

04

 

List of 40 ECE faculty members and 27 ECE students obtained NPTEL Online Course certificate during July-Oct 2017 and Jan-April 2018 (Academic Year:2017-18):

No. of Faculty

40

No. of Students

27

Grand Total

67

List of 26 ECE faculty members and 25 ECE students obtained NPTEL Online Course certificate during July-Oct 2018(Academic Year:2018-19):

No. of Faculty

26

No. of Students

25

Grand Total

51