13040305 | Analog Electronics Circuit | L | T | P | C |
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Pre-requisites//Exposure | Semiconductor Devices and Circuits | ||||
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Course Objectives
- To learn different biasing techniques and behavior of BJT, FET at low and high frequencies.
- To understand the principle of operation of different amplifier circuits like feedback amplifiers, power amplifiers.
- To understand the principle of operation of different oscillators circuits.
Course Outcomes
On completion of this course, the students will be able to
- Explain the methods of biasing transistors & design of simple amplifier circuits and todevelop the ability to analyze and design analog electronic circuits using discrete components..
- Observe the amplitude and frequency responses of common amplification circuits and utilize the data for designing .
- Design, construct, and take measurement of various analog circuits to compare
experimental results in the laboratory with theoretical analysis
Catalog Description
Analog Electronics is the base of Electronics & Communication stream. In this course the working of various amplifiers is explained. Students learn how BJT work at low and high frequencies, what happens in FET amplifiers, Power amplifiers and feedback amplifiers, different types of oscillators and their working, studying of various types of tuned amplifiers.
Text Books
- Jacob. Millman, Christos C.Halkias, ‘Electronic Devices and Circuits’, Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Limited, New Delhi, 2008, ISBN 0070634556, 9780070634558.
- Jacob Millman and C. Halkias, ‘Integrated Electronics – Analog and Digital Circuits and Systems’, Tata Mc Graw Hill, 2001, ISBN 0074622455, 9780074622452.
Reference Books
- Jacob Millman and Arvin Grabel, ‘Microelectronics’, McGraw Hill, 2001, ISBN 0074637363, 9780074637364.
- Electronic Devices & Circuits – David. A. Bell, 3^{rd} Edition, Prentice – Hall, 1986 ISBN 083591559X, 9780835915595.
- Electronic Devices & Circuits – Allen Mottershead –Gale Group, 1992, ISBN 0023839902, 9780023839900.
- Electronic Devices & Circuits Theory – Robert Boylestad and Louis Nashelsky, 10^{th} EditionPrentice Hall, 2009,
ISBN 0135026490, 9780135026496
Course Content
Unit I: BJT at low and high frequencies
12 lecture hours
Millers theorem and its dual – cascading transistor amplifier – Hybrid models of CE, CB, CC, configurations – Study of the effect of emitter by- pass condenser at low frequencies – Hybrid – π common emitter transistor model – hybrid π conductance and capacitance – CE short circuit current gain – current gain with resistive load – gain bandwidth product – Study of the effect of un bypassed emitter resister on amplifier performance, cascode amplifier. HF & LF compensation of RC coupled amplifier.
Unit II: FET amplifiers and Power Amplifiers
8 lecture hours
FET Amplifiers: Common source, Common gate and Common drain Amplifiers – problems. VMOS & CMOS Concepts.
Power Amplifiers: Classification of amplifiers – class A large signal amplifiers – second harmonic distortion – higher order harmonic generations – computation of Harmonic distortion – Transformer coupled audio power amplifier – efficiency – push – pull amplifier – class B amplifier – class AB operation – Push-Pull circuit with Transistors of Complimentary Symmetry.
Unit III: Feedback Amplifiers
6 lecture hours
The feedback concept – Transfer gain with feedback – general characteristics and advantages of negative feedback– analysis of voltage series, Voltage shunt, current series and current shunt feedback amplifiers – Study of the effect of Negative feedback on Gain, Bandwidth, Noise, Distortion, Input and Output impedances with the help of Block Schematic and Mathematical Expressions.
Unit IV: Oscillators
8 lecture hours
Sinusoidal oscillators –phase shift oscillator – Wien bridge oscillator – Hartley oscillator – Colpits oscillator – frequency stability, inclusive of design, Crystal oscillators. FET Amplifiers: Common source, Common gate and Common drain Amplifiers – problems. VMOS & CMOS Concepts.
Unit V: Tuned Amplifiers
6 lecture hours
Characteristics of Tuned amplifiers – Analysis of Single tuned, Doubled tuned and stagger tuned amplifiers, Gain – bandwidth product – High frequency effect – neutralization.
Mode of Evaluation: The theory and lab performance of students are evaluated separately.
Theory | Laboratory | Theory and laboratory | |||
Components | Internal | SEE | Internal | SEE | |
Marks | 50 | 50 | 50 | 50 | |
Total Marks | 100 | 100 | |||
Scaled Marks | 75 | 25 | 100 |
Relationship between the Course Outcomes (COs) and Program Outcomes (POs)
Mapping between Cos and Pos | ||
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1 | Explain the methods of biasing transistors & design of simple amplifier circuits and todevelop the ability to analyze and design analog electronic circuits using discrete components.. | 2 |
2 | Observe the amplitude and frequency responses of common amplification circuits and utilize the data for designing . | 4 |
3 | Design, construct, and take measurement of various analog circuits to compare experimental results in the laboratory with theoretical analysis | 9 |
Engineering Knowledge | Problem analysis | Design/development of solutions | Conduct investigations of complex problems | Modern tool usage | The engineer and society | Environment and sustainability | Ethics | Individual or team work | Communication | Project management and finance | Life-long Learning | |||
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TEC211 |
Analog Electronics Circuits |
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1=addressed to small extent
2= addressed significantly
3=major part of course
Theory | The theory of this course is used to evaluate the program outcome PO(4) |
Lab | The laboratory of this course is used to evaluate the program outcome PO(10) |