CHARUSAT Analog Electronic Circuits Syllabus

CHARUSAT Analog Electronic Circuits Syllabus

CHAROTAR UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
FACULTY OF TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING
V. T. PATEL DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING
B. TECH. (ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION)
2ND YEAR SEMESTER: IV
EC 208: ANALOG ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS

Credit Hours:
Teaching Scheme
Theory
Practical
Total
Credit
Hours/week
4
2
6
5
Marks
100
50
150
a. Objective of The Course:
The Purposes or Goals or Objectives of The Course are To Introduce the Students about Different Electronic Devices like Amplifiers, Oscillators, Switching Circuits & Time Base Generators So They Can Get the Ideas for the Complex Electronic Projects.
b. Out Line of The Course:
Sr No.
Title of The Unit
Minimum Number of Hours
1.
Power Amplifier
2
2.
Power Supply
2
3.
Differential Amplifier
6
4.
Feedback Amplifier
6
5.
Oscillators
8
6.
Clipping and Comparator Circuits
6
7.
Clamping and Switching Circuits
6
8.
Voltage Time Base Generators
6
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9.
Current Time Base Generator
6
10.
Negative Resistance Devices
8
11.
Analog To Digital and Digital To Analog Converters:
4
Total Hours (Theory): 60
Total Hours (Lab): 30
Total: 90
c. Detailed Syllabus:
1.
Power Amplifier 2 Hrs
3 %
1.1
Class A, Second Harmonics Distortion, Higher Order Harmonics Generation
1 Hr
1.2
Transformer-Coupled Audio Power Amplifiers, Efficiency, Push-Pull Amplifier, Class B, Class Ab
1 Hr
2.
Power Supply 2 Hrs
3%
2.1
Regulated Power Supply – Series Voltage Regulator Design, Short Circuit and Overload Protections, Voltage Regulator Ics.
2 Hrs
3
Differential Amplifier 6 Hrs
10 %
3.1
Principle, Circuit Analysis of Bjt Differential Amplifier, Cmrr, Use of Current Source Circuit For Increasing Cmrr.
6 Hrs
4.
Feedback Amplifiers 6 Hrs
10 %
4.1
Feedback Concept, Transfer Gain With Feedback, General Characteristics of Negative-Feedback Amplifiers, Input Resistance, Output Resistances, Method of Analysis of A Feedback Amplifier.
3 Hrs
4.2
Current-Shunt Feedback, Voltage-Shunt Feedback, Current-Series Feedback, Voltage-Series Feedback.
3 Hrs
5.
Oscillators 8 Hrs
13 %
5.1
Sinusoidal Oscillator, Phase Shift Oscillators, Resonant-Circuit, Hartley Oscillators, Colpitts Oscillators.
4 Hrs
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5.2
Wien Bridge Oscillators, Crystals Oscillator
4 Hrs
6.
Clipping and Comparator Circuits 6 Hrs
10 %
6.1
Clipping (Limiting) Circuits, Diode Clipper, Transistor Clipper,
3 Hrs
6.2
Clipping At Two Independent Levels, Emitter Coupled Clipper.
3 Hrs
7.
Clamping and Switching Circuits 6 Hrs
10 %
7.1
Clamping Operation, Clamping Circuit Taking Source and Diode Resistance Into Account, Clamping Theorem, Practical Clamping,
3 Hrs
7.2
Effect of Diode Characteristics On Clamping Voltage, Transistor As A Switch, Switch With Inductive and Capacitive Load
3 Hrs
8
Voltage Time Base Generators 6 Hrs
10 %
8.1
General Features of A Time-Base Signal, Method of Generating A Time Base Waveform, Exponential Sweep Circuit, Negative Resistance Switches,
3 Hrs
8.2
Transistor Constants Current Sweep, Miller and Bootstrap Transistor Miller, Transistor Bootstrap
3 Hrs
9
Current Time Base Generator 6 Hrs
10 %
9.1
Simple Current Sweep, Linearity Correction, Transistor Current Time-Base Generator,
3 Hrs
9.2
Methods of Linearity Improvement, Illustrative Current Sweep Circuits
3 Hrs
10
Negative Resistance Devices 8 Hrs
13 %
10.1
Tunnel Diode, Ujt, Negative Resistance Characteristic, Basic Ckt Principles, Mono-Stable, Bi-Stable and A-Stable Operations,
2 Hrs
10.2
Voltage Controlled Switching Ckts, Tunnel-Diode, Mono-Stable Ckt, Tunnel Diode A-Stable Ckt, Tunnel-Diode Comparator
3 Hrs
10.3
Tunnel-Diode Mono-Stable Ckt. Tunnel Diode Transistor Hybrid Ckt, Applications of Ujt
3 Hrs
11
Data Converters 4 Hrs
8 %
11.1
Digital To Analog Conversion, R-2r Ladder Type Dac, Weighted Resistor Type Dac, Switched Current Source Type Dac, Switched Capacitor Type
2 Hrs
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Dac
11.2
Analog To Digital Conversion, Counter Type A/D Converter, Tracking Type A/D Converter, Flash-Type A/D Converter, Dual Slope Type A/D Converter, Successive Approximation Type Adc.
2 Hrs
D. Instructional Method and Pedagogy:
 Chapter Wise Assignments
 OHP
 Chalk – Board
 Power Point Presentation
 White Board
 Online Demo
 Charts
E. Student Learning Outcomes :
Upon Completion of This Course, Students Will Understand The Operation, Function and Interaction Between Various Components and Sub-Systems Used In Power Amplifier, Power Regulator, Clipper and Clamping, Feedback Amplifier, Oscillators, Voltage Time Base Generator, Current Time Generator, Negative Resistance Devices.
F. Recommended Study Material:
Reference Books:
1) Integrated Electronics By Jacob Millman and Christos C. Halkias, Tata Mcgraw-Hill
Edition
2) Pulse, Digital and Switching Waveforms By Jacob Millman and Herbert Taub, Tata Mcgraw-
Hill Edition.
3) Electronics Devices and Circuits Theory ( Sixth Edition) By Boylestead & Nashelsky Phi

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