Hardware & Embedded Systems Laboratory

This lab was established in 2006. The objective of this laboratory is to provide the infrastructure for conducting the regular labs (Hardware Lab) and project works for the BTech and MCA Programs. The laboratory is equipped with 28 desktops, 45 trainer kits, 5 ARM processors, 3 ic testers and 10 no of  regulated dc power supply.



DELL Optiplex 7010 core i5 Desktop- 1 is in the  27 Numbers are  in the h/w lab.     

DELL Optiplex 7010 MT Desktop intel core i7-  1  is in the cabin.                                                 

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The ARM® Cortex®-M4 processor is ARM’s high performance embedded processor developed to address digital signal control markets that demand an efficient, easy-to-use blend of control and signal processing capabilities.

The combination of high-efficiency signal processing functionality with the low-power, low cost and ease-of-use benefits of the Cortex-M family of processors is designed to satisfy the emerging category of flexible solutions specifically targeting the motor control, automotive, power management, embedded audio and industrial automation market.                                                                         


SAM4S Evaluation Kit

The SAM4S Evaluation kit (SAM4S-EK2) enables evaluation capabilities and code development of applicatipns running on a SAM4SD32 device.

Deliverables:  The Atmel SAM4S-EK2 toolkit contains the following items:


          ->  a SAM4S-EK2 board

           ->  a universal input AC/DC power supply with US, Europe and UK plug adapters                                                                        


         -> one USB cable

         -> one serial RS232 cable

Board Overview

The SAM4S-EK board is based on the integration of an ARM Cortex-M3 processor with on-board NAND Flash and a set of popular peripherals. It is designed to provide a high performance processor evaluation solution with high flexibility for various kinds of applications.

Feature List

 Here is the list of the main board components and interfaces

  • Atmel SAM4SD32C chip in LQFP100 package with optional socket footprint

  • 12 MHz crystal

  • 32.768 KHz crystal

  • Optional SMB connector for external system clock input

  • NAND Flash

  • 2.8 inch TFT color LCD display with touch panel and backlight

  • UART port with level shifter circuit

  • USART port with level shifter circuit multiplexed with RS485 port with level shifter circuit

  • Microphone input and mono/stereo headphone jack output

  • SD/MMC interface

  • Reset button: NRST

  • User buttons: Left and Right

  • Atmel QTouch® buttons: Up, Down, Left, Right, Valid and Slider

  • Full-speed USB device port

  • JTAG/ICE port

  • On-board power regulation

  • BNC connector for ADC input

  • BNC connector for DAC output

  • User potentiometer connected to the ADC input

  • ZigBee® connector


Open Atmal studio 6.2 setup -> Click Run to install atmel studio 6.2 software package -> Click install to proceed installation -> Click next -> Accept license agreement and click next -> Ensure you are having minimum 1.5GB space in your harddisk to install this software before install -> Then click Finish to complete visual studio installation -> Install USB driver in your cd then Click AtmelUSBInstaller icon to install USB driver -> Accept license agreement and click install -> Now your installation finished.


Run the Sam-ba set up icon -> Click Run to start installation -> Click Next to continue -> Then click -> I Agree icon to accept license agreement -> Click next to continue -> Browse and choose your destination folder to installation -> Click install to proceed installation.


         An Integrated Circuit tester (IC tester) is used to test Integrated Circuits (ICs). IC Testers can test logic gates, Flip Flops and Shift Registers to enable you to take a wise decision as if it is a good IC or something has gone wrong.


         MME-ADIT 40 is the latest MICROPROCESSOR based IC Tester from MINMAX ELECTRONICS. It functionally tests a wide variety of digital ICs up to 40 pins and Linear/Analog ICs up to 20 pins.


Display: 16x2 Backlit Alphanumeric LCD

Keyboard: 24 keys Membrane Keyboard

Package: Digital ICs 14, 16, 20, 24, 28 & 40 Pin DIP and Analog/Linear ICs 6, 8, 14, 16 & 20 Pin DIP

Method : Output test with simulated inputs and at nominal load Truth table comparison



  •  can test more than 1500+ ICs

  • Tests wide range of Digital IC's such as 74 Series, 40/45 Series

  • 24 pin DIP ZIF sockets.

  • Auto Search facility for listed IC's.

  • 16 keys and 16 x 1 line LCD display.



  • Can test more than 600+ ICs

  • Tests a wide range of Analog IC's such as Op-amps, Timers, Transistor Arrays, Analog  switches, Opto-couplers, ADC, DAC, Voltage Regulator, etc

  • 40 pin DIP ZIF socket.

  • 50 cherry keys Key pad and 16 X 2 LCD Display.


 A regulated power supply is an embedded circuit; it converts unregulated AC into a constant DC. With the help of a rectifier it converts AC supply into DC. Its function is to supply a stable voltage (or less often current), to a circuit or device that must be operated within certain power supply limits. The output from the regulated power supply may be alternating or unidirectional, but is nearly always DC.

Overview And Features:

  • Laboratory bench unit.

  • Fully protected against overload and short circuit.

  • Three independent outputs electrically isolated from each other.

  • 5V/5A with over voltage crowbar protection for digital ICs.

  • Electrically floating outputs.

  • Compact modular construction.

  • Precise regulation, low ripple and noise for both constant

  • voltage and constant current operation.

  • Quality components and conservating ratings for high reliability and long life.

  • Optional features with extra cost.


 A function generator is usually a piece of electronic test equipment or software used to generate different types of electrical waveforms over a wide range of frequencies. Some of the most common waveforms produced by the function generator are the sine, square, triangular and sawtooth shapes.


  • 0.003Hz to 3MHz frequency range.

  • Very high waveform quality at all frequency & levels.

  • 2mV to 20V pk-pk from 50 ohm or 600 ohm .

  •  Auxillary TTL/CMOS output.

  • Variable symmetric with constant frequency.

  •  variable DC offset with zero detent.

  • 1000:1 frequency change by vernier or sweep voltage.

6. LAN-T  TRAINER  ( 1 Nos.)

 The LAN-T Benchmark trainer is useful for study and development of reliable data transfer protocols, networking layers and applications. The Trainer exposes users to networking concepts at the physical, MAC network and transport layers, through a series of designed experiments. The experiments reinforce the theory covered in lectures, while the ‘hands-on’ programming exercises train students to industry level. The trainer can also be used for project work involving many layers of the network hierarchy.


  • Comprehensive set of experiments to observe and measure the behaviour of several LAN protocols: MAC layer, Data link layers and connection management.

  • User configurable data rates - 8kbps, 16, 32, 64, 128, 256, 512 and 1Mbps.

  • Generation of bit errors and Frame errors between nodes -up to 10-6.

  • Variable Network size - up to six nodes with each NEU. NEUs can be cascaded to increase the network size.

  • Emulation of two nodes by each PC. Halves the numberof PCs required.


 A laser printer is a popular type of personal computer printer that uses a non-impact (keys don't strike the paper), photocopier technology. When a document is sent to the printer, a laser beam "draws" the document on a selenium-coated drum using electrical charges. After the drum is charged, it is rolled in toner, a dry powder type of ink. The toner adheres to the charged image on the drum. The toner is transferred onto a piece of paper and fused to the paper with heat and pressure. After the document is printed, the electrical charge is removed from the drum and the excess toner is collected. Most laser printers print only in monochrome. A color laser printer is up to 10 times more expensive than a monochrome laser printer.

8. OSCILLOSCOPE ( 10 Nos.)

 An oscilloscope is a laboratory instrument commonly used to display and analyze the waveform of electronic signals. In effect, the device draws a graph of the instantaneous signal voltage as a function of time.

A typical oscilloscope can display alternating current (AC) or pulsating direct current (DC) waveforms having a frequency as low as approximately 1 hertz (HZ) or as high as several megahertz (MHZ). High-end oscilloscopes can display signals having frequencies up to several hundred gigahertz (GHZ). The display is broken up into so-called horizontal divisions (hor div) and vertical divisions (vert div). Time is displayed from left to right on the horizontal scale. Instantaneous voltage appears on the vertical scale, with positive values going upward and negative values going downward.



  • Completely self-contained stand alone unit.

  • Built in IC based DC regulated power supply.

  • Test points provided on panel at various stages in the circuit.

  • Set of required number of Patch cords

  • Strongly supported by a comprehensive instruction manual complete with theory and operating details.


  • To Study the Operation of Digital Logic ICs TTL and CMOS.

  • To Study the AND,OR, NOT, NAND , NOR, XOR Gates, Flip-Flops, Counters etc.

  • To Study the Flip-Flops.

  • To Study the Counters.

  • To Study the Shift Register.

  • To Study the Multiplexer and De-Multiplexer.

  • To Study the Encoder and Decoder.

  • To Study the ALU.


  • 7 segment LED display (2 nos.)

  • Logic input switches (10 nos.)

  • Logic status indicators (10 nos.)

  • Bounce less Pulsar 1 Hz to 100 KHz TTL clocks.

  • Bread Board - 2 Nos.

  • Power LED Indication.

  • Built in Regulated Power Supply: 5V/1A ,12V/1A DC

  • AC Input : 230V AC, 50 Hz, ± 10%.Mounted on a Sophisticated Cabinet.


ITL 301, IT Laboratory Complex