Electronics and Communication Engineering
This department deals with the teaching of Electronic engineering such as Analog circuits, Digital Circuits, VLSI, Solid state conductors etc. and Communication Engineering, Networking, Digital Signal Processing etc.
- Dean of Research and Development: Dr.Sakuntala.S.Pillai
- Head of the Department: Prof. S. Viswanatha Rao
- Year in which the department began: 2002
- Student Body: Electronic Association (EA), IEEE
- Weblink : http://www.mbcet.ac.in/department/electronics-communication-engineering
Student project gets funding from Startup Village and Kerala Chapter of IEEE Communication Society.
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