A Technical Talk on Building Electronics Circuits for Real life Applications
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A Technical Talk on Building Electronics Circuits for Real life Applications


Held On : 18-03-2017


Organised By : School of Electronics and Communication Engineering


A Technical Talk on Building Electronics Circuits for Real life Applications

Held On :

Organised By :

REVA University

The School of ECE had organized a technical talk on "Building Electronics Circuits for Real life Applications"on Saturday, March 18, 2017 between 10.50AM to 01.10PM at ECE School seminar hall (Room No. 213), Mr. SomsingRathod, Scientist ‘E’LRDE, Defense Research & Development Organization (DRDO), Bengaluru was resource person.He started the session with an introduction to analog and digital electronics. He briefed about identification of active and passive components, how to identify them and where these should be used. He discussed about static and dynamic power dissipation with respect to frequency with real life examples. He stressed upon the fundamentals concepts and its importance in designing digital circuits. He made students to design a simple regulated power supply and to modify the design according to the requirement.


Mr. Rathod continued the session with “how to read the data sheets” and its importance in designing any of the circuit or application. He gave an opportunity to our students, to touch and feel a silicon wafer which was designed by him.The students felt the session very informative and interesting.


The following Program Educational objectives are met from the above talk :

>>Demonstrate as a successful Electronics Engineering Professional with innovative skills and ethical values.

>>Engage in life-long Learning through Research and Professional development.

>>Serve as a leader in the profession through consultancy, extension activities and Entrepreneurship.


The following Program outcomes were achieved from the above talk.

>>An ability to apply knowledge of engineering. (A)

>>An ability to design and conduct experiment, as well as to analyze and interpretdata. (B)

>>An ability to design a system to meet desired needs withinrealistic constraints such as economic, environmental, ethical and safety. (C)

>>A recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning. (I)


Speaker’s Biography :=

Somsing Rathod, Scientist ‘E’

LRDE, Defence Research & Development Organization (DRDO), Bangalore, Email- somsing.rathod@lrde.drdo.in


Somsing Rathod, received his B.E degree in Electronics & Communication Engineering from Karnataka University Dharwad in the year of 1999. There after completed his M.Tech from IIT Delhi. He started his professional career as a Scientist-’B’ in the Electronics and Radar Development Establishment (LRDE), Defence Research & Development Organization (DRDO), Bangalore. Currently he is holding a post of Scientist ‘E’ and currently pursuing Ph.D from Defence Institute of Advanced Technology, Pune.

He has been working in the field of Realization of Digital and RF Subsystems for Active Phased Array Radar. His core research lies in Design & Implementation of FPGA based Logic design and processors including its inherent firmware. Whose hard work resulted in the successful realization of various Indigenous Radars. He also has a special interest in MEMS Design and IC Fabrication Technology.

He is a recipient of DRDO Technology Group Award, fellow of IETE and Member of Society of Engineers India. During his 14-years of experience, Mr.Rathod has received a Patent for his research work and Published Various Research Papers at National/International Symposium, Conferences and Journals.


Abstract of the Talk:

This talk is intended to provide the fundamentals of Advanced Electronics Hardware Design and understanding, Introduction to Programmable Logic Devices, schematics and interfacing Circuitry. This lecture will be layer between the university and industry with sufficient technical and soft skills coverage to enable awareness in to Electronic hardware realization.


Topics covered:

>>Choosing of electronic components.

>>IC Characteristics and understanding of datasheets.

>>IC Package Information and selection criteria.

>>Regulator Circuit design with examples.

>>Introduction to Programmable Logic Devices.


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