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Electronic Circuits - I : Lab Manual

Electronic Circuits - I : Lab Manual

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Lab Manual for Second Year ECE Students of B.E. / B.Tech Students based on Anna University Syllabus
Lab Manual for Second Year ECE Students of B.E. / B.Tech Students based on Anna University Syllabus

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 Electronic Circuits I Lab - Record Note Department of 
ECE / VVCET |
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LAB EXPERIMENTS
 
 
 
 Electronic Circuits I Lab - Record Note Department of 
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Circuit Diagram:Model Graph:
 
 
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Expt. No : 01 FIXED BIAS AMPLIFIER CIRCUIT USING BJTDate : Aim:
To design and construct a common emitter amplifier with fixed bias, measurement of gainand gain-bandwidth product by plotting its frequency response.
Equipments / Components required:
S.No Name of the Component / Apparatus Specification / Range Quantity1 NPN Transistor2 Resistor3 Capacitor4 Signal Generator5 CRO6 RPS7 Breadboard8 Connecting wires
Theory:
In order to operate the transistor in the desired region, we have to apply an externaldc voltage of correct polarity and magnitude to the two junctions of the transistor. This iscalled biasing of the transistor.When we bias a transistor, we establish a certain current and voltage conditions forthe transistor. These conditions are called operating conditions or dc operating point orquiescent point. This point must be stable for proper operation of transistor. An importantand common type of biasing is called Fixed Biasing. The circuit is very simple and uses onlyfew components. But the circuit does not check the collector current which increases withthe rise in temperature.

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