Electronic Laboratory : It is our electronic laboratory where students learn basic electronics, component knowledge and measurement, current, voltage and frequency measurement as applied. There are 30 experiment sets consisting of one analog and one digital multimeter, two power supplies, one signal generator and one oscilloscope, where each student can work independently.
Communication Laboratory : It is our communication laboratory where our students take the basic lessons of wired, wireless and optical communication technologies, digital communication lessons are also given along with basic receiver techniques, basic transmitter techniques, modulation and demodulation techniques. There are 30 experimental sets consisting of one digital multimeter, two power supplies, two signal generators and one oscilloscope that each student can work independently.
Digital Electronics Laboratory : It is our digital electronics laboratory where digital circuits, which are the beginning of microprocessor and computer technology, are given as basic training. We set up and apply all digital circuit experiments with our students. There are 28 “all in one digital” experiment sets that they can examine.
Optical Communication Laboratory : It is our optical communication laboratory where one set of fiber-optic experiment set, three sets of fiber-optic transmitter-receiver laser module and one set of optical spectrum analyzer, our students carry out experiments with fiber-optic and laser technologies and communication techniques.
Microwave and Antenna Laboratory : It is our microwave and antenna laboratory equipped with a microwave and broad-spectrum antenna experiment set, an RF spectrum analyzer, a sweep signal generator, an arbitrary signal generator, two oscilloscopes and a power supply, where our students also learn how to use advanced wireless communication technologies. In this laboratory, students conduct studies that include the principles of transceiver, modulation and demodulation techniques and digital communication experiments that they have learned. In addition, applications related to antennas and antenna circuits are made.