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Seminar Topics - Scholarships - Admission/Entrance Exam NotificationsUSA-UK-Australia-Germany-France-NewZealand Universities ListEngineering-MBA-MCA-Medical-Pharmacy-B.Ed-Law Colleges Information
Code No: R05010204
Set No. 1
I B.Tech Regular Examinations, Apr/May 2007ELECTRONIC DEVICES AND CIRCUITS( Common to Electrical & Electronic Engineering, Electronics &Communication Engineering, Computer Science & Engineering, Electronics& Instrumentation Engineering, Bio-Medical Engineering, InformationTechnology, Electronics & Control Engineering, Computer Science &Systems Engineering, Electronics & Telematics, Electronics & ComputerEngineering and Instrumentation & Control Engineering)Time: 3 hours Max Marks: 80Answer any FIVE QuestionsAll Questions carry equal marks
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1. (a) An electron is moving perpendicular to magnetic ﬁeld ‘B’. Derive the expres-sion for radius ‘R’ of the trajectory and period of rotation T(b) Derive the expression for the electro magnetic deﬂection sensitivity in the caseof the CRT. [8+8]2. (a) What is Hall eect? Derive an expression for Hall coecient? [8](b) Calculate the conductivity of copper having density 8.9
gm/cm
3
and mobility34
.
8
cm
2
/v-sec. Atomic weight of copper is 63.57 while it has 1 valance electronper atom. Assume the value of M=1.66
×
10
27
kg. [8]3. (a) Explain about the regulation characteristics of Zener diode with a circuit andwaveforms. [8](b) A full wave rectiﬁer circuit uses two silicon diodes with a forward resistanceof 20Ω each. A d.c. voltmeter connected across the load of 1kΩ reads 55.4volts. Calculatei.
RMS
ii. Average voltage across each diodeiii. ripple factoriv. Transformer secondary voltage rating. [8]4. (a) Describe a set up to obtain the output characteristics of a transistor in CEconﬁguration. Indicate the various regions of operation on the output charac-teristics. [8](b) Explain the principle of MOSFET in depletion mode. With neat sketches ando/p characteristics. [8]5. (a) What are the biasing schemes available to achieve the required bias in a junc-tionﬁeld eﬀect transistor. Explain any one of the biasing schemes.(b) For the circuit shown ﬁgure 5b, Find the values of V
DS
and V
GS
. GivenI
D
=5mA,1 of 3

Seminar Topics - Scholarships - Admission/Entrance Exam NotificationsUSA-UK-Australia-Germany-France-NewZealand Universities ListEngineering-MBA-MCA-Medical-Pharmacy-B.Ed-Law Colleges Information
Code No: R05010204
Set No. 1
V
DD
=10V, R
D
=1KΩ, R
=500Ω.Figure 5b6. (a) Draw the circuit diagram of RC coupled ampliﬁer and obtain its frequencyand phase response. 3+3+2](b) A common source FET ampliﬁer circuit shown in ﬁgure 6 with unbypassed
R
has the following circuit parameters:
R
d
= 15k,
R
s
= 0.5k,
R
g
= 1M,
r
d
= 5k,
g
m
= 5 m mho and
DD
= 20 V. Calculate
A
and
R
O
. [4+4]Figure 67. (a) State three fundamental assumptions which are made in order that the ex-pression
A
=A/(1+
Aβ
) be satised exactly. [8](b) An Ampliﬁer has a value of
R
in
=4.2K,
A
=220 and
β
=0.01. Determine thevalue of input resistance of the feedback amplier. [4](c) The ampliﬁer in part (a) had cut-oﬀ frequencies
1
=1.5KHz and
2
=501.5KHzbefore the feedback path was added. What are the new cut-oﬀ frequencies forthe circuit? [4]8. (a) Draw the circuit diagram of a RC phases shift oscillator using BJT. Derivethe expression for frequency of oscillators.(b) Classify diﬀerent type of oscillators based on frequency range.2 of 3

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Code No: R05010204
Set No. 1
(c) Why RC oscillators are not suitable for high frequency applications. [8+4+4]
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