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TI-DSP Centre of Excellence

Overview:

The Texas Instruments (TI) Digital Signal Processing (DSP) Lab is a pioneering facility focused on advancing DSP research and innovation. It serves as a hub for developing cutting-edge algorithms, processors, and systems in telecommunications, audio, Video, and image processing. Equipped with state-of-the-art tools, the Lab fosters collaborations with academia and industry, helps Students to drive breakthroughs in signal processing theory and practice.

Vision:

“Transforming academia through pioneering research, collaboration, and education in digital signal processing”

Mission:

  • Advance DSP research through interdisciplinary collaboration.
  • Empower students with DSP expertise for industry.
  • Innovate DSP solutions for societal challenges.

Objectives:

  • Advance DSP algorithms: Develop novel algorithms to enhance signal processing efficiency and performance across various applications.
  • Collaborative research: Foster partnerships with academia and industry to address emerging challenges and push the boundaries of DSP technology.
  • Educational outreach: Offer workshops, seminars, and resources to educate students, professionals, and the broader community about DSP theory and applications.
Team

E. R. Praveen Kumar
Assistant Professor
Emani3815@svcw.edu.in
9700963994
Signal Processing, IOT

Dr. K. Padmavasavi
Professor & HoD
hodece@svecw.edu.in
9441414651
Signal Processing, ML & DL

Dr. M. Prema Kumar
Professor
mpremkumar@svecw.edu.in
9494226462
Signal Processing, ML & DL

Dr. M. V. Subba Rao
Associate Professor
mvsubbarao@svecw.edu.in
9160444150
Signal Processing, ML, DL & Computer Vision

  • Student Workshop on Speech Processing and Machine learning for Speech Processing using MATLAB

The TI Lab is now equipped with a campus license of MATLAB, offering unlimited access to users. This resource enriches student projects, with most undergraduate major projects leveraging its capabilities for enhanced outcomes. The students are carrying out some projects in TI DSP lab at our institution. The Post graduate students are also doing projects in this lab along with the under graduate students. The lab is equipped with TI DSP Starter Kits which include heterogeneous and medical imaging platforms, RFID Evaluation Kits, Bluetooth Transceivers, MSP430F microcontroller boards and also Launch Pads. So, there is a large scope of areas for the students to take up their projects.

The projects that are taken up in the lab are listed below:

  • Artificial Hand Gripper using Bluetooth Technology
  • RFID Based Door Opening and Closing System
  • Voice Activated Dental Chair
  • Speech Compression and Water Marking of speech using Heterogeneous Platforms
  • Implementation of Super Resolution Algorithms for Medical Imaging

Among the five projects listed above, the first three projects are the UG projects and are submitted for TI India Analog Design Contest 2011 and the remaining two projects are the projects taken up by the Post Graduate students.

As a part of the contest the students made maximum utilization of TI support, documentation material and the forums to solve their issues. This exposure really made the students to learn more than what they learn from their text books.

The two PG projects were completed and the students are learning to work with medical imaging and heterogeneous platforms.

The listed UG projects are submitted for TI India Analog Design Contest 2013

  • Intelligent home security system
  • Pattern identification & calculation training system for students with autism(PICTS)
  • System for monitoring drowsiness using eye movement

As a part of the contest the students were received approximately $200 cost of equipment. The students made maximum utilization of TI support, documentation material and the forums to solve their issues. This exposure really made the students to learn more than what they are learning from their text books.

The first two batches were selected for a consolation prize of Rs. 10,000/- and they presented a paper in TIIEC -2013. The third batch was selected for a poster presentation in TIIEC – 2013.

Total Number of students participated in the Analog Design Contest 2014 is 200.Total number of batches is 50 i.e. each batch consists of four students. This program was conducted during 08-07-2013 to 29-07-2013 at TI DSP lab.

In The 1st stage of TI Innovators Challenge India Analog Design Contest 2014(College Level) a two day training program on TINA Software was provided for III B.Tech ECE students and IV B.Tech ECE students.

In the 2nd stage two days theory classes were provided on the basics of Op Amp for both III B.Tech ECE students and IV B.Tech ECE students.

Finally Five batches were short listed in that 3 Batches stood 3rd and the remaining batches stood 2nd and 1st finally four students got selected as winners.

  1. Ms. A Ramya (11B01A0411)
  2. Ms. A Vasavi Knayaka Parameswari (11B01A0409)
  3. Ms. B.Renuka (11B01A0413)
  4. Ms. A. Manju Lavanya (11B01A0404)

Details of TI Innovation Challenge: TI India Analog Maker Competition 2014 (College Level)

Total Number of students participated in the TI India Analog Maker Competition 2014 is 233. Total number of batches is 60 i.e. each batch consists of four students. This program was conducted during 28-07-2014 to 16-08-2014 at TI DSP lab.

TEXAS INSTRUMENTS INDIA ANALOG MAKER COMPETITION (TIIAMC 2014)

WINNERS

S.No Batch No Branch Year/Sem Regd.No Name o f the student Result
1 6 ECE IV/I 11B01A0485 M.Dharani Winners
2 IV/I 11B01A0413 B.Renuka
3 IV/I 11B01A0449 G.Swethapriyanka
4 IV/I 12B05A0416 K.Durgaprasanna
5 18 ECE IV/I 11B01A04B3 P.Samatha 1st Runner up
6 IV/I 11B01A04C8 P.Jyothi
7 IV/I 11B01A0489 Mohamad.Ashrafunnisa
8 IV/I 11B01A04D5 S.Reshma
9 61 ECE IV/I 11B01A04C4 P.RAMA 2nd Runner up
10 IV/I 118A1A0417 K.VYSHNAVI
11 IV/I 11B01A0466 K.REKHA
12 IV/I 11B01A04A4 N.ANUSHA
 

Details of Texas Instruments Innovation Challenge India Design Contest

In Texas Instruments Innovation Challenge India Design Contest 2015 around 27 batches (batch consists of around 4 members) were applied in that 12 batches got selected for phase I.

S. No. Project Name Domain Mentor
1. Robotic Meal Feeder for Elderly Medical/Assistive Technology Dr. K. Padma Vasavi
2. Interactive Snoezelen Bubble Tube Mr. Ch. Samba Siva Rao Mr. M. Pradeep
3. Versatile Wheel Chair Mrs. S. M. Padmaja Mr. S. Hanumantha Rao
4. Sound Alert System for Hearing Challenged Mr. V. S. R. Pavan Kumar
5. Third Eye for Visually Challenged Dr. K. Padma Vasavi
6. Succor for Elderly People Mr. K. Ramu Mr. E. R. Praveen Kumar
7. Block-D: A Game for Visually Challenged Mr. D. Narasimha Raju
8. Fall Detector for Elderly People Mr. V. S. R. Pavan Kumar
9. Medicine Identifier Dr. K. PAdma Vasavi
10. PC Based Data Logging System for Exhaust Gas Temperature Monitoring of an IC Engine Mr. P. Devi Kiran Mr. Sekhar
11. Interactive alphabet learning system for mentally challenged children Dr. K. Pushpa
12. System for behavioral therapy to children with attention deficit hyper active disorder Dr. K. Pushpa

Details of finalists of Finalists. Texas Instruments Innovation Challenge India Design Contest.

S.No Name of Student Contest
1 Alapati Modaka Priya DST & Texas Instruments India Innovation Challenge Design Contest 2018 DST & Texas Instruments India Innovation Challenge Design Contest 2018
2 Ravuri Rupa Devi Sri
3 Balla Ganga Harika
4 Appari Lalitha Neeharika
5 Potti Sirisha

Details of Paricipants in Texas Instruments Innovation Challenge India Design Contest.

IICDC 2020 Project Batches

SHRI VISHNU ENGINEERING COLLEGE FOR WOMEN (A):: BHIMAVARAM
DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING
IICDC 2019 REGISTRED PROJECT BATCHES
Batch No. Regd.No Name of the Student TITLE OF THE PROJECT
1 17B01A04G4 SUNKARA GRISHMA SRI SATYA SAI TEJASWI accident detector in foggy areas
17B01A04E3 PUTCHAKAYALA NANDINI
17B01A0431 BOMMU BHAVYA
17B01A04A1 MIRTHIPATI V V V N M SS S NAVYA
2 17B01A0432 CHEBROLU PAVYA SREE stress Relief by controlling Vestibular stimulation in students
17B01A04G1 SHAIK SHAHANA
17B01A0417 CHALAMALASETTI USHASRI
18B05A0401 ARNEPALLI CHANDRALEKHA
3 17B01A0457 GUNNAM JNANA PRASUNA wireless power shoe
17B01A0405 ANDE PUJITHA
17B01A04H8 PUDI SAI LAVANYA
17B01A0466 KALIDINDI RAMYA
4 17B01A0420 CHERUKURU SAILAKSHMI  SMART AQUA PROTECTION SYSTEM
17B01A04A0 MENTE PHANI SATYA HARSHITHA
17B01A0468 KANTIPUDI SRAVANTHI
17B01A0474 KODAVATI R S DURGA
5 17B01A0406 ARAVEETI VYSHNAVI Automatic humidity and temperature control of cold storages
17B01A04E6 VALLURI DURGA NAGA SAI SIREESHA
17B01A0430 BATHULA VIJAYA
17B01A0492 LAKSHMI TULASI KALYANAM
6 17B01A0465 KADIYAMSETTI ESWARI Automatic seed placer
17B01A04E9 PUNATI VENKATA SWETHA
17B01A0440 DUVVAPU SAI SRILEKHA
18B05A0411 KOLLI CHANDANA
7 17B01A0443 GAMINI GNANASRI pollution free india
17B01A0433 DASARI TEJASWI
17B01A0452 GORIPARTHI SUMASRI
17B01A04C4 PALACHARLA ALEKHYA
8 17B01A0418 Ch.Dhana Lakshmi Data Loger of Oxygen level in Aqua culture ponds
18B05A0420 SHAIK SHAFIYA
17B01A04C1 PADALA VIJAYA BHARGAVI
17B01A04E7 B.SANDHYA DEVI
9 17B01A0419 CHAMARTHY SRIDURGA SATYA KEERTHANA Object Spotter
17B01A0485 TATAPUDI AMRUTHA
17B01A04E0 PRAGADA SAHITHI
17B01A04F4 SANISETTY RISHITHA
10 17B01A0490 KUSU BABY PRIYANKA CROP PROTECTION AND ESTABLISHMENT OF E- FARMERS MARKET
17B01A0479 KONAKALLA CHANDRA SAI
17B01A0446 GANTI UMA SURYA REKHA
18B05A0426 VEGESNA KAVYA
11 17B01A04C2 PADAVALA RAVALI detection and display of methane in paddy crop
17B01A04E4 RALLAPALLI GNANA SAI SREE
17B01A04D2 PAVULURI SRAVANI
17B01A0451 GOLTHI DEEPIKA
12 17B01A0498 MANDA MEGHANA automatic mobile control robot for spraying pesticides
17B01A0415 BORRA JALADURGA
18B05A0403 CHANDA PRASANTHI
17B01A04H2 VYTLA AISHWARYA
13 17B01A04C6 PAMIDI BHAVANA automatic tracking of location and protection for women safety
17B01A0480 KONATHAM DIVYA SRI
17B01A0407 ARIMILLI HINDU RAJA SREE
18B05A0422 SUNKARA.CHINNARI
14 17B01A0460 CHINIMILLI PRAVALLIKA automatic rotation of paddle wheel areator with the help of surveillance of dissolved oxygen
17B01A04B7 TUTTAGUNTA NARASA LAKSHMI SREYA
17B01A04D7 POLISETTY SATYA SRI
17B01A0403 ALLADA SATYA SAI LAKSHMI
15 17B01A0408 ARJA CHANDINI LPG DETECTION AND SHILDING FROM OXIDATION
17B01A0404 ANANTA HEMA LATHA
17B01A0482 KOTHEM HIMAJA
16P31A0409 C VEERA VENKATA SRI ANUSHA
16 17B01A0424 CHODE PAVITHRA air purifier for farmer
17B01A0494 LINGAM VEDA SAI SRI PRATYUSHA
17B01A0477 KOKKIRIGADDA SAI NAGA SRI
17B01A0449 GOGULA SAI TUSHARA
17 17B01A0471 KETHA SAHITYA use smart bus save time : it is used for finding location of the bus and identify the no of seats availability
17B01A0463 JALLEPALLI SNEHA SANDHYA
17B01A04H7 POSIMSETTI DEVIKA SRI
17B01A0409 BALE WINCY
18 17B01A04A5 MUPARTHY JANAKI ALEKHYA Kavach-the nextgeneration smart helmet
17B01A0401 AISHWARYA S
18B05A0423 TANNEEDI V D PAVANA SUBRAHMANYA SANTHI
17B01A0475 KODAVATI VENKATA DEEPTHI
19 17B01A04E5 R.S.S.D.A.SUSHMA Driver Debility Protection System
17B01A04D5 PERLA.HEMAPAVANI
17B01A04G2 SHEIK.JAHIRMUNNISHA
17B01A04F9 SHAIK.GOUSIYA
20 17B01A04C5 P.RAMYA Detection of cracks in pipelines using robot
17B01A04C0 P.SAIDURGABHAVANI
17B01A04A8 N.KEERTHISWAR
   
21 18B01A0474 N.VYSHNAVI SOIL FERTILITY ANALYZER
18B01A0498 SK.HASHMA
19B05A0410 K.ANUSHA
18B01A0470 L.MONI HARSHA SRI

The TI- DSP lab initially consisted of Five TMS320C6713 DSK kits along with accessories and then it received six Analog Starter Kits from Texas Instruments, India as donation. The Lab had thirty six Personal Computers a Cathode Ray Oscilloscope and Function generator other than the boards. Later, the Lab received a funding of Rs10 Lakhs in MODROBS from AICTE, New Delhi for modernizing the laboratory. Then, the following boards are purchased from Texas Instruments, India to enhance the lab facilities along with improving the research and development status of the lab.

The DST-sponsored lab, with a 53 lakh budget, researching Telephony Speech Enhancement for Hearing Impaired individuals, promises significant social impact. By improving communication accessibility, it empowers the hearing impaired, fostering inclusion and enhancing their quality of life. This innovative initiative bridges gaps in technology and societal needs.

  • M.Venkata Subbarao, Chinimilli Pravallika, D.Ramesh Varma and M.Prema Kumar “Power Quality Event Classification using Wavelets, Decision Trees and SVM Classifiers”, 9th International Conference on Innovations in Electronics and Communication Engineering, Organized by Guru Nanak Institutions Technical Campus, Hyderabad during August 13-14, 2021.
  • D.Girish Kumar, G. Challa Ram and M.Venkata Subbarao “Real-Time Image Enhancement using DCT Techniques for Video Surveillance” in 6th International Conference on Micro-Electronics, Electromagnetics and Telecommunications(ICMEET – 2021) Organized by Bhubaneswar Engineering College, Bhubaneswar, Odisha, India during 27-28 August, 2021.
  • M. Prema Kumar, V. Veer Raju, M.Venkata Subbarao and P. Rajesh Kumar “Weighted Averaging PSO Based SWT Method of Image Fusion for X-ray Mammograms” in 6th International Conference on Micro-Electronics, Electromagnetics and Telecommunications(ICMEET – 2021) Organized by Bhubaneswar Engineering College, Bhubaneswar, Odisha, India during 27-28 August, 2021.
  • et.al, N. P. (2021). Adaptive Data Hiding Based Telephony Speech Enhancement. Turkish Journal of Computer and Mathematics Education (TURCOMAT), 12(3), 3913–3923. Retrieved from https://turcomat.org/index.php/turkbilmat/article/view/1680.
  • N. Prasad., E. Praveen Kumar., P. Sitaramanjaneyulu. and G. R. L. V. N. Srinivasa Raju., “Telephony Speech Enhancement for Hearing-Impaired People,” 2020 5th International Conference on Computing, Communication and Security (ICCCS), Patna, India, 2020,
  • R. P. K. Emani, P. Telagathoti and P. N, “Telephony Speech Enhancement for Elderly People,” 2020 4th International Conference on Computer, Communication and Signal Processing (ICCCSP), Chennai, India, 2020, pp. 1-4, doi: 10.1109/ICCCSP49186.2020.9315269.
  • R. P. Kumar Emani, P. Telagathoti and N. Prasad, “Performance Assessment of Simulink Based Speech Radio Band Extension Technique on Elderly People,” 2022 International Conference on Inventive Computation Technologies (ICICT), Nepal, 2022, pp. 800-804, doi: 10.1109/ICICT54344.2022.9850946.
  • R. P. K. Emani, P. Telagathoti and N. Prasad, “Performance Evaluation of Speech Radio band Extension Technique using Simulink,” 2022 2nd International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Signal Processing (AISP), Vijayawada, India, 2022, pp. 1-5, doi: 10.1109/AISP53593.2022.9760573.
  • Kotipalli, P., Praveen Kumar, E.R., Mohan Raju, M.A.S., Murali Krishna, D. (2019). Supportive Communication System for the Elderly Disabled People. In: Satapathy, S., Bhateja, V., Das, S. (eds) Smart Intelligent Computing and Applications . Smart Innovation, Systems and Technologies, vol 104. Springer, Singapore. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-13-1921-1_45
  • A One Day Training Program on DSP Processors and their Applications
  • A Two Day workshop on Analog Electronics Application Tools.
  • A Two day student-workshop-on-speech-processing
  • A Two day workshop on speech recognition hands on experience.