M.Tech – Digital Electronics and Communication Systems

M.Tech – Digital Electronics and Communication Systems

The Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering is offering M.Tech in Digital Electronics & Communication Systems (from 2014 on wards). The course is approved by AICTE, Government of Karnataka and is affiliated to Visveswaraya Technological University, Karnataka. It is course providing in-depth knowledge to students of Electronics and communication background in various subject of current interest like Advanced Digital Communication, Modern DSP, Advanced Embedded System, Antenna Theory and Design, Digital Electronics, Error control and coding, Advanced Computer Architecture, along with a course on Linear Algebra and elective courses like CMOS VLSI Design, Wireless & Mobile Network, Advances in VSLI design, Real Time Operating System which the student have option to select various other subjects of their interest.

This DE&CS course also includes a mathematical subject of Linear Algebra which deals with the theory of linear equations, matrices, vector spaces, determinants, and linear transformations. In Linear Algebra and its Applications gives the new information or new insights to matrix theory and finite dimensional linear spaces.

Apart from the core courses the elective subjects like the ones listed above can be chosen as per the specialization desired.

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Candidates who have acquired Bachelor’s Degree in Electronics & Communication/ Instrumentation Technology/ Electronics & Telecommunication /Telecommunication, by securing not less than 50% marks in aggregate are eligible. However in case of candidates belonging to SC/ST/Group, the aggregate percent of marks in qualifying examination should not be less than 45%. The admissions are through central counseling on the basis of merit in PGCET or GATE. A few seats are also available under sponsored and Management quota and equivalent degree; AMIE in appropriate branch. GATE: EC, IN


Apart from theoretical inputs students are required to work in the laboratory to get hands on experience in various design and simulation tools. Laboratories for the course are:
1) Microwave laboratory
2) Networking Laboratory
3) DSP Laboratory