CHHATTISGARH SWAMI VIVEKANAND TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY BHILAI (C.G.)
Semester : B.E. IV Sem. Branch: Information Technology
Subject: Analog Electronic Circuits
UNIT-I (No. of periods 8+2)
LOW FREQUENCY TRANSISTOR AMPLIFIER:
Graphical Analysis of CE amplifier; h-parameter Models for
CB, CE, CC configurations and their Interrelationship; Analysis and Comparison of the three Configurations; Linear
analysis of Transistor Circuits: Miller’s Theorem: Cascading: Simplified Models and Calculation of CE and CC
Amplifiers; Effect of emitter Resistance in CE amplifiers: Cascode amplifiers: Darlington Pair, analysis of Single
stage FET amplifier-CS and CD Configuration, FET as VVR.
UNIT-II (No. of periods 8+2)
HIGH FREQUENCY TRANSISTOR AMPLIFIERS:
model: Validity and parameter Variation:
Current Gain with Resistive load: frequency response of a single stage CE Amplifier: Gain-Bandwidth product: CC
stage High frequencies: Multistage Amplifiers: sources of Noise in Transistor Circuits; Noise Figure.
UNIT-III (No. of periods 8+2)
Classification: Distortion in Ampli1iers: Frequency Response: Bode plots: Step
Response: pass band of Cascaded Stages: Response of a Two-stage RC Coupled Amplifier at Low and high
frequencies: Multistage amplifiers: Sources of Noise in Transistor Circuits: Noise Figure.
UNIT-IV (No. of periods 8+2)
: Classification: Feedback concept; Ideal Feedback amplifier: Properties of Negative
Feedback Amplifier Topologies: Method of Analysis of Feedback amplifiers: Voltage series Feedback: Voltage series
Feedback pair: Current series, Current shunt and Voltage shunt feedback; Effect of feedback on amplifier Bandwidth
UNIT-V (No. of periods 8+2)
Sinusoidal oscillator: phase shift oscillators, Wien Bridge oscillator: Resonant circuit oscillators: LC
Collpit & LC Hartley, Amplitude Frequency and phase stability analysis of all Oscillators, General form of Oscillator
Configuration; Crystal oscillator.
Name of Text Books:
1. Integrated Electronics – Millman & Halkias, TMH.
2. Microelectronics – Millman and Grabel, TMH.
Name of Reference Books:
1. Electronic Devices & Circuits – David A. Bell, PHI