College Projects

BTech Project | Modeling & Simulations | Electronics | MATLAB

BTech Project | Simulation of Indoor OWC System

MAY 2012

Dr. Parul Garg, Asst. Prof, ECE, NSIT

Simulation of Fully Customizable Duplex, High Data Rate Indoor Optical Wireless Communication System.

  • It includes Multiple Input Multiple Output (MIMO) and Wavelength Division Multiplexing (WDM) techniques to enhance the system's Data Rate
  • Intention is to demonstrate the possibility of using LEDs for lighting and communication purpose, simultaneously and the viability of the system
  • TOOLS: MATLAB (Including Communication Toolbox, Symbolic Toolbox, etc.), Simulink

Intelligent Traffic Light Controller

MAY 2011

Asst. Prof D V Gadre, ECE, NSIT

An 8085 Microprocessor Based Project. Designed and built up the PCB. Programming was done in Assembly Language

  • Control the Traffic Lights according to changes in traffic situations at different time of the day
  • It is a low cost alternative to the image processing solution, and hence can be deployed economically

Simulation of Hill’s Problem


Dr. Harish Parthasarathy, Professor, ECE, NSIT

Investigated orbits for Sun Earth Moon system, as circular-restricted three-body problem (CRTBP). The trajectory was simulated in MATLAB (using symbolic toolbox), through study of nonlinear second order differential equations

Dual Power Supply


Asst. Prof D V Gadre, ECE, NSIT

Assembled 3.3V/5V Dual voltage power supply with maximum current of 1A with foldback limiting current of 0.5A, using LM723 Voltage Regulator from a source of 220V, 50Hz. Current limiting and foldback limiting are used to limit transistor operating temperatures and prevent circuit damage

Conway’s Game Of Life

APRIL 2010

Implemented ‘John Conway’s Game of Life’ on NOKIA 3310 LCD screen, interfaced with ATmega8 micro controller

The Game of Life, also known simply as Life, is a cellular automaton devised by the British mathematician John Horton Conway in 1970. The "game" is a zero-player game, meaning that its evolution is determined by its initial state, requiring no further input. One interacts with the Game of Life by creating an initial configuration and observing how it evolves.


DECEMBER 2010 - MAY 2012

  • Simulation of a model of DC Motor driven by constant input signal that approximates a Pulse-Width Modulated (PWM) signal and look at the current and rotational motion at the motor output using Simulink
  • Simulation of a model of Triangle Wave Generator using SimElectronics
  • Generation of Solid Shapes, using Random Number Generator in MATLAB
  • Simulation of Brownian Motion of N particles for T time in MATLAB
  • Simulation of Hamming Code Model
  • Simulation of Lambertian Emission of LEDs in Indoor Environment
  • Merging Pictures: A beginners's work in Image Processing Toolbox