The Electronic Circuits and Systems research group at Department of Electrical Engineering, Military College of Signals (NUST) engages in a broad variety circuit and system design projects. Its primary focus is the computationally efficient analysis, design, fabrication, and testing of analog and high speed digital electronic circuits. The areas of interest include Applied Physics and Semiconductor Devices, Electronic and Electrical Circuit Design, Digital Logic Design, Microcontroller based Designing, Electrical Machines, Optimized System design, Control Systems etc. Over the years, expertises in these areas have been developed through teaching relevant courses, conducting undergraduate projects and postgraduate research theses.
Dr. Abdul Rauf
Dr. Abdul Ghafoor
Engr. Muhammad Khan Minhas
Engr. Imtiaz Ahmed Khokhar
Engr. Intisar Rizwan i Haque
Engr. Juwairiyah Naeem
Digital Logic Design Laboratory
Electrical Machines Laboratory
These laboratories are equipped with following facilities:
Analog and Digital Training Systems
Various Electronic devices and components
A prototype for Eye ball controlled wheelchair
Optimum Powering of bits through Solar Tracking (With Data Logging)
Automated System for classification of commercial products
Solar energy systems with load balancing
Concealed Weapon Detection
Electrical energy harvesting using solar radiation
Self Balancing Human Transporter (Inverted Pendulum)
Electronic Circuits and Systems research group is has its credit, a large number of undergraduate projects and postgraduate research thesis. The group is also working on the development of laboratory trainer.
1. "Towards a Brain Computer Interface using Wavelet Transform with Averaged and Time Segmented Adapted Wavelets", M. Bilal Khalid; Naveed Iqbal Rao; Intisar Rizwan-i-Haque; Sarmad Munir; Farhan Tahir; 2nd IEEE International Conference on Computer, Control and Communication, IEEE IC4 2009 Pakistan.
2. Safwat Irteza Butt and A. A. Khan “An Improved ZF- ML Decoder for Space-Time Block codes over Time Selective Channels” submitted in 2009 IEEE Symposium on Industrial Electronics and Applications – Computer Networks and Communications. 04~ 06 Oct 2009 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
3. A.A Khan and Safwat Irteza Butt “Performance Analysis of Detection Schmes in MIMO Spatially Correlated Channels” submitted in 2009 IEEE Symposium on Industrial Electronics and Applications - Computer Networks and Communication. 04~ 06 Oct 2009 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
4. Adnan Rashdi, Noor M. Sheikh and Asrar-ul-Haq Sheikh, “A Centralized Multiuser Power Control and Crosstalk Cancellation Algorithm for Digital Subscriber Line Systems”, accepted for publication in AEU - International Journal of Electronics and Communications, Elsevier, Germany.
5. Muhammad Haroon Siddiqui “A Novel Approach for Tracking of a Mobile Node Based on Modified Particle Filter Algorithm and Trilateration” in VIII 2012 International Conference on Electrical, Computer, Electronics and Communication Engineering (ICECECE 2012) in Paris, France from 25-26 Apr 2012.
Assistant Professor Syed Javed Hussain