Electrical Engineering currently offers one laboratory course to all undergraduate students and five additional laboratory courses to only Electrical Engineering undergraduate students. Experiments include basic studies of characteristics of semiconductor devices, active filters & Schmitt trigger, digital circuits, building counters & shift registers, timer circuits and analog-to-digital converters, microprocessor and microcontroller based experiments, characteristics of electrical motors and generators, speed control of motors, synchronization of alternator with infinite bus or another alternator, performance of various power electronic converters.
The laboratory facility includes Xilinx FPGA kits and ISE software that is being used for several undergraduate laboratories and project work. The laboratory is equipped with ARM, PIC controller, AVR and microcontroller boards, digital storage oscilloscopes, digital multi-meters and IC testers, universal IC Programmer, ScopeCorder, Precision Magnetics Analyzer and all other electrical engineering laboratory utilities. In addition, the Power Systems Simulation Laboratory has PSCAD software licensed for 25 nodes.