# Revised Syllabus PHYUT501 CLASSICAL MECHANICS 1 Constrained Motion

Constraints, Classification of Constraints, Principal of Virtual Work, D’Alembert’s principal and its applications (Problems only), (One or Two Problems should be discussed with D’Alembert’s, Lagrangian, Hamiltons from same set of problems). (2L+2P) .

2

Lagrangian formulation

Generalized coordinates, Langrange’s equations of motion, properties of kinetic energy function, theorem on total energy, generalized momenta, cyclic-coordinates, integrals of motion, Jacobi integrals and energy conservation, Concept of symmetry, invariance under Galilean transformation, velocity dependent potential. (6L+5P)

3

Hamilton’s formulation

Hamilton’s function and Hamilton’s equation of motion, configuration space, phase space and state space, Lagrangian and Hamiltonian of relativistic particles and light rays. (3L+4P)

4

Variational Principle

Variational principle, Euler’s equation, applications of variational principle, shortest distance problem, brachistrochrone, Geodesics of a Sphere. (3L+2P)

5

Canonical Transformations

Generating function, Conditions for canonical transformation and problem. (3L+2P)

6

Poisson Brackets

Definition, Identities, Poisson theorem, Jacobi-Poisson theorem, Jacobi identity, (statement only), invariance of PB under canonical transformation. (2L+3P)

7

Rotational Motion

Rotating frames of reference, inertial forces in rotating frames, Larmour precision, electromagnetic analogy of inertial forces, effects of Coriolis force, Focoult’s pendulum. (3L+3P)

8

Central Force

Two body central force problem, stability of orbits, condition for closure, integrable power laws, Kepler’s problems, orbits of artificial satellites, Virial theorem. (3L+2P)

Classical Mechanics by N. New Delhi.Panat.Joag. New Delhi. New Delhi.Reference Books :
1.Takawale and P.C. Third Edition. Classical Mechanics by H. Classical Dynamics of Particles and Systems by Marion and Thomtron. Classical Mechanics by P. Tata Mc-Graw Hill Publishing Company Limited.Goldstein. Tata Mc-Graw Hill Publishing Company Limited. 6. 2.Rana and P. 4. Introduction to Classical Mechanics by R. Narosa Publishing Home. New Delhi.C.S..V..Puranik. Horoloma Book Jovanovich College Publisher.G. Himalaya Publishing House.Upadhyaya. 5. Narosa Publishing Home.
. Classical Mechanics by J.S. 3.

offset input voltage. Binary. 4.1 Concept of current limit. Successive Approximation and Counter type. d) Half wave and full wave precision rectifiers. sawtooth .IC 74121.1 Concept of input/output impedance. Sequential Logic :
4. 3. HPF. 6. Band Width in different types of OP-AMPs such as BJT.
(6L)
6. Decade) b) Instrumentation Amplifier c) Function Generator – Square wave. 1.3 Shift registers : SISO. (10L)
2. SIPO.1 Monostable multivibrator . R-2R and Binary type.2 Three terminal adjustable regulator. PISO.Combinational Logic :
3. Simultaneous type. BPF. octave.1 DAC : Characteristics. using IC 7495.1 Voltage Controlled Oscillator – IC 566. MOS FET. sine wave.
(8L)
5. Input bias current.2 Counters – BCD. 2.Study of Operational Amplifiers :
1. frequency response.2 Applications of Operational Amplifiers : a) Active filters : LPF.3 Switching regulator using TL 494 (Texas Instruments) 2. 2.2 Minimization and Karnaugh map ( upto 4 variables) 3.2 Function Generator – IC 8038. Power Supply :
2.Special Function IC’s :
5. CMMR. 5.3 Phase Locked Loop PLL – IC 565. 2. e) Sample and hold circuits. 74123.4 Programmable logic devices : PLA (TIF PLA 840)
(3L)
4. 555 4. PIPO. JFET.3 Combinational functions available as ICs.4 Concept of DC to DC converter. Data Converter :
6. triangular. slew rate.2 ADC : Characteristics. and Notch filter 1st and 2nd order with designing ( Concept of Roll off. Dual type.1 Logic Identities 3. (10L)
3. constant voltage constant current (CVCC) using IC-723. up-down counter.5 Introduction to UPS and Inverters.
. Gain. 5. fold back current limiting.Revised Syllabus PHYUT502 ELECTRONICS 1.

Integrated circuits – Botkar 11. Demodulation.
.Roy Choudhury. Shail Jain 7. Electronic Principles – Malvino (TMH Publication) 4. Data Converters – B.S. UHF. SW. Op-amps and Linear Integrated circuits – Gayakwad (Prentice Hall) 6. Operational Amplifiers – Subrahmanyam 5. SMPS Inverters Converters : Gottlib 10.2 Communication : Modulation. LHF.B. Introduction to terms used in Frontiers of Electronics :
7. satellite communication – uplink & downlink.Sen 9.C. Sonde. FM. VHF. Power Supplies – B.Sonde 8.
Reference Books :
1. Student should refer manuals for data specifications. Internet. Operational Amplifiers Applications – G. Radar. Operational Amplifiers – G.3 Multiplexer and Demultiplexer. 7. Microwave. 2.
(8L)
7. cellular phone. Modem. (3L)
Note :
1. Linear Integrated circuits – D.6.S.B.Clayton (5th edition ) Newnes 2. Designing problems are expected to be worked out for respective topics.1 Frequency Spectrum : MW. Optical Fiber Communication(OFC). Digital Principles and Applications : Leach and Malvino 12. Wi-Fi. Power Electronics – P.Clayton 3.

Associated Legendre function. Power Series. Fourier Series and Integral transforms :
Fourier Series : Definition. Fourier transform & Laplace transform of Dirac Delta function. Ch2. Inverses. Self adjoint and Unitary transformations. Cauchy’s theorem. Parseral’s identity. Special Function :
Legendre Hermite. linear operators. Ref. Eigenvalues and eigenvectors. (12L + 2T)
3. Ref. Ref. Calculus of residues. Introduction only to Gramm-Schmidt orthogonalization procedure. Basis and Dimensions. Orthogonality. Complex Analysis :
Analytical functions. ( 10L + 2T)
4. Ref. Convergence. Laurent’s theorem. Spherical Bessel function. 2 (6L + 4 T)
2. Cauchy-Riemann conditions. ( 8L + 4T)
. Inner product. 3 & 4) . Convolution theorem. 3 ( Ch. Matrix representation. Ref 4. Line integrals. Laguerre function – Generating function. Similarity transformations. 1 . 4. Applications to the solution of differential equations. to 7 . Ref. Applications to the solution of differential equations. Taylor’s theorem. Linear spaces and operators :
Vector spaces and subspaces. Derivatives of analytical functions. Fourier Integral and Fourier transform. Laplace transform and its properties. 7.. revaluation of real definite integrals. Ref 5. Eigenvalues & eigenvectors of termitian & Unitary transformations.Revised Syllabus PHYUT503 MATHEMATICAL METHODS IN PHYSICS
1. Linear dependence and independence. Recurrence relations and their differential equations Orthogonality properties. Ref. Diagonalization. Cauchy integral formula. Dirichlet’s condition. Spherical harmonics. Bessels’s function of first kind . 6.

V.K. Schaum Outlines Series 9.Churchill – (7th Edition)Mc-Graw Hill – Ch. 2. New Age International
.Seymour Lipschutz. 3rd Edition. 2 to 7.Seymour Lipschutz. W. Mathematical Methods in Classical and Quantum Physics – Tulsi Das.Reference Books :
1.SharmaUniversity Press India. Schaum Outlines Series. Schaum Outlines Series 10. Mathematics for Physical Sciences – Mary Boas. Matrices and Tensors in Physics. 12. E. John Wiley & Sons 7. Mathematical methods for Physicists – Arfken & Weber – 6th Edition-Academic Press. Fuller Dover (1992) 4. Mathematical Methods of Physics – Mathews & Walker – 2nd Edition. Mathematical Methods in Physics – Butkov Addiddion Wesley Publishers.W. New Age International 13. 7th Edition.Y. 5.Brown. Kreyszig. Laplace Transform . Advanced Engineering Mathematics.N. Joshi. Complex Variables – Seymour Lipschutz 3. Complex Variables and Applications – J. Mathematics of Classical and Quantum Physics – Byron. R. Fourier Series . S. Linear Algebra – Seymour Lipschutz. 11.Mc-Graw Hill edition 6.Pearson Edition 8. A.

1. Angular Momentum :
Eigen values and eigen functions of L2 and Lz operators. projection operators. self-adjoint operators.1. eigen functions and expansion co-efficients. 8. Eigen values and eigen functions of simple harmonic oscillator by operator method. ladder operators L+ and L-.14) Chapter 9 (article 9. change of basis.1 to 7.1 to 8.10) b) Chapter 7 (article 7. eigen values and eigen functions of momentum operator.18)
(4L +1P)
.. degeneracy. Hilbert space.5. angular momentum as a generator of infinitesimal rotations. Completeness and closure property. J2=1/2) Central forces with an example of hydrogen atom. Schrodinger wave equation and probability interpretation. Dirac delta function. 8. Heisenberg’s matrix mechanics for harmonic oscillator . eigen functions and eigen values. Chapter 3 (article 3. Ref. unitary operator.4)
3. matrix representation of J in ljm> basis. (13L +4P) Ref. Ref. Physical interpretation of eigen values. Evolution of system with time :
Constants of motion.6) (11L+4P)
4. Dirac’s bra and ket notation. Schrodinger and Heisenberg picture. Computation of Clebsch-Gordon co-efficients in simple cases ( J1=1/2.Revised Syllabus PHYUT 504 QUANTUM MECHANICS – I 1. Simple one dimensional problems – wells. unitary transformation.3. a) Chapter 3 (article 3.1 to 3.16 to 9. Pauli theory of spins( Pauli’s matrices). 1. barriers and harmonic oscillator ( One and three dimensional). dynamical variables and linear operators. matrix representation of an operator.7) c) Chapter 4 ( article 4. observables. Revision of the following topics with emphasis on problem solving :
Inadequacy of classical Physics. Addition of angular momenta. wave packets and uncertainity relations. unit operator. General formalism of Quantum Mechanics :Postulates of quantum mechanics : Representation of states and dynamical variables. (6L + 5P)
2. Chapter 8 ( article 8.

Schiff Modern Quantum mechanics by J.Reference books :1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) A Text-book of Quantum Mechanics by P. 4th Edition. Pearson Education Ltd.Venkatesan.
. Eisberg and R.I.M. Li boff. Springer Publication.Griffiths Introductory Quantum mechanics by Granier.Resnick Introduction to Quantum Mechanics by by David J.J.Lokanathan Quantum Mechanics by L.Ghatak and S.Sakurai Quantum Physics by R.Mathews and K. Introductory Quantum Mechanics. Quantum mechanics by A.

Linear quadrapole potential and field. Electromagnetic waves in conducting medium.4.8
5.Ref.8. 1. Differential and Integral forms of Maxwell’s equations. Wave equations in terms of electromagnetic potentials.4.Revised Syllabus PHYUT601 ELECTRODYNAMICS 1. Energy stored in electric and magnetic fields.2. Reflection and refraction of electromagnetic waves at plane boundaries (Oblique incidence). Ref. Ref. Boundary conditions. (6L) Ref.1.3. Skin effect and skin depth.
. Ref. Multipole expansions and material media :
Multipole expansions for a localised charge distribution in free space. Ref. Ref. Ref.4
3. Ref. Inhomogeneous wave equations :
Inhomogeneous wave equations. Ref. Ref.5. Energy. D’Alembertian operator. Maxwell’s equations for moving medium. Ref.
(4L)
2.5. (8L) Ref.2. Ref. Ref. Poynting’s theorem. Radiation energy and Radiation resistance. Magnetic interaction between two current loops. 1. Conservation laws.Maxwell’s displacement current.1. (8L) Ref. Solutions of inhomogeneous wave equations by Fourier analysis. Electromagnetic wave equations :
Electromagnetic wave equations.2. static electric and magnetic fields in material media.2.6. Force and Momentum relations in electromagnetic fields :
Energy relations in quasi-stationary current systems.5. Ref. Hertz potential and its use in computation of radition fields. Ref. Gauge transformations. Time varying fields :
Time dependents field. Lorentz’s and Coulomb’s gauges. Ref. (6L) Ref. Dipole radiation. 6. Faraday’s law for stationary and moving media.Electromagnetic plane waves in stationary medium . Ref. General expression for electromagnetic energy.1.4. Ref.8
4.

Electromagnetic field tensor.1. Covariant formulation of electrodynamics:
Four vector potential. (4L)
Text Book :
1. 3rd Edition. Joshi.1. Publication :Prentice-Hall of India.Capri and P.Energy relation (E=mc2). Willey Eastern. Introduction to Electrodynamics.Classical electricity & Magnetism. Ref.3. by Satya Prakash.Ref.Covariance and Relativistic Mechanics :
Minkowski’s space-time diagram.Foundations of Electromagnetic theory.Z.
8. New Age International
. Minkowski’s force. (6L) Ref.Laud. by A.Electromagnetic theory and Electrodynamics. New Delhi
Reference Books :
2. Ref. (6L) Ref.Classical Electrodynamics.6.2.Jackson. light cone.Griffith. A.3. 7.D. Lorentz force on a charged particle. Mass. 5. 3rd Edition John Wiley. Relativistic velocity addition. 9.3. by Reitz & Milford. 6.
7. World student series Edition. (3rd Edition) by David J. Introduction to Electrodynamics. by Robert Resnick. Electromagnetics by B. by panofsky and Phillips. Addison Wesley 4. Ref. Lorentz transformation of Four vectors. Kedar Nath and co.V.6.1.Relativistic Kinematics:
Experimental basis for special theory of relativity (Michelson – Morley experiment). Some tensor relations useful in special relativity. Ref.2. W. Special theory of Relativity.Panat Narosa Publishing House 3. 8. Ref. Four vectors. Ref. Ref.7.2. Lorentz transformations .6.Meerut. by J. Matrices and Tensors in Physics. Ref. Ref.B.

Lattice vibrations and specific heat of solids:
Brillouin zone. calculations for bcc. Ref. Dissociation energy & dissociation products. Electronic spectra of diatomic Molecule. Atomic scattering factor.6: ch. Simple ESR Spectrometer. 6: ch. vacancies. Nuclear spin.3 (3L)
3. Ref. chemical shift.11.2 and Ref.2. Interaction of nuclear magnet with external magnetic field. NMR spectrometer. ESR spectrum. Applications.2 – 7. Ref. Atoms
Terms for equivalent & non-equivalent electron atom. Edge & screw dislocations (qualitative ideas). fcc & diamond structure. Einstein & Debye model of lattice heat capacity. (5L +2P)
2. MOLECULES AND SOLIDS 1.5 and Ref.1: – Ch-2. Rotational fine structure of electronic vibration transitions. Ref. Paschen – Back effect.4 :ch. Experimental methods to observe defects. Molecules
Rotational & Vibrational spectra for diatomic molecules.3. Ref. Ref.3: Ch-7. Normal & Umklappy processes.11 (9L+2P)
NMR Spectroscopy: Nuclear spin magnetic moment. Acoustic & optical modes of vibration.2: Ch. 6: ch-2 Imperfections in crystals: Lattice defects & configurational entropy. Schottky & Frankel pairs. Applications. Phonon.1 – 11. Ref.6.4: ch.3: Ch. (2L +3P) Ref.2 (10L+2P)
.1 (3L)
ESR Spectroscopy: Electron spin interaction with external magnetic field. Geometrical structure factor. lattice heat capacity. Electronic angular momentum in diatomic molecule. 4. Normal & anamolous Zeeman effect. Hyperfine structure. Vibrational analysis of band system. Vibrational modes of monoatomic linear lattice & diatomic lattice.2: Ch 9. Vibrational coarse structure.1-9.4 (5L+2P)
4. Soilds
Laue theory of X-ray diffraction.Revised Syllabus PHYUT602 ATOMS. Frank-Condon principle. Width of spectral line.

Reference books :
1.J. Second edition. Solid State Physics.Raghavan. A. Solid State Physics. Robert Eisberg. Tata McGraw –Hill publishing company limited. molecules. New Delhi (2001)
.Aruldhas.Dekker. John Willey & sons 7. (2005) 5. Atomic spectra & atomic structure. Prentice –Hall of India. Prentice – Hall of India. Fundamentals of molecular spectroscopy. Macmillan India Ltd. Quantum Physics of atoms.McCash. V. solids nuclei & particles. Colin N. John Wiely & sons(Asia) Ltd. New Delhi(2001) 3.(1985) 6. Fourth edition(2002). Molecular structure & spectroscopy. Material Science & Engineering.Banwell & Elaine M. New york Recent edition. Gerhard Hertzberg : Dover publication. 2. Robert Resnick. Charles Kittel . 4. G.

Heat reservoir. (4L+1P)
2. Thermodynamic functions in terms of the Grand partition function. Macroscopic and Microscopic states. Statistical ensemble. The quantum mechanical paramagnetic susceptibility. Equilibrium between interacting systems. System with specified mean energy. Molecule in an ideal gas. (5L+1P)
6. (6L +1P)
5. Mean values and fluctuations in grand canonical ensemble. Canonical ensemble. Equipartition theorem and its Simple applications. Quantum distribution functions. Temperature. Approach to thermal equilibrium. System in contact with heat reservoir. Behaviour of density of states. Grand-canonical ensemble.Applications of Statistical Mechanics:
Classical partition functions and their properties. Gibbs paradox. Classical Statistical Mechanics :
Micro-canonical ensemble. Sharpness of the probability distribution. Applications of canonical ensembles ( Paramagnetism. Calculation of mean values and fluctuations in a canonical ensemble. Probability calculations. Liouville’s theorem(Classical). Ideal Bose System :
. Partition function for diatomic molecules.Revised Syllabus PHYUT603 STATISTICAL MECHANICS 1. Boltzmann limit of Boson and Fermion gases. Maxwell velocity distribution . (5L+1P)
3. Quantum Statistics of Ideal Gases :
Symmetry of wave functions. Evaluation of the partition function. Phase space. Ideal monoatomic gas. Related distributions and mean values. i) Mean kinetic energy of a molecule in a gas ii) Brownian motion iii) Harmonic Oscillator iv) Specific heat of solid. Equation of state for an ideal gas. Dependence of the density of states on the external parameters. Quasi-static processes.Statistical Description of System of Particles :
Specification of the state of the system. Postulate of equal a priori probability. Chemical potential in the equilibrium state. Law of atmosphere). Calculations of thermodynamic quantities. Physical interpretation of α. Connection with thermodynamics. (6L+2P)
4. Statistical Thermodynamics :
Equilibrium conditions and constraints. Distribution of energy between systems in equilibrium.

Fundamentals of Statistical Mechanics.Pathria.K. Compressibility of Fermi gas. B. Statistical Mechanics.Reif. A relativistic degenerate electron gas. Bose-Einstein Condensation. John Willey & Sons (2nd Edition) 5. Fermi energy as a function of temperature . .Laud. Mean energy of fermions at absolute zero. Statistical Mechanics. Ideal Fermi System :
Fermi energy. Statistical Mechanics. R. Pouli’s paramagnetism. Specific heat.F.Satya Prakash.Photon gas – i) Radiation pressure ii) Radiation density iii) Emissivity iv) Equilibrium number of photons in the cavity. New Age International Publication (2003) 3.K. (7L+1P)
7. Einstein derivation of planck’s law. Electronic specific heat. Bufferworgh Heinemann(2nd Edition) 4.B.
.Huang. International Edition (1985) 2. McGraw – Hill. Fundamentals of Statistical and Thermal Physics. Statistical Mechanics by Loknathan and Gambhir. (7L +1P)
Reference Books :
1. Kedar Nath Ram Nath Publication (2008) 6. White – Dwarfs. Photon gas – Einstein and Debye’s model of solids.

17.Ghatak and S.Quantum Mechanics by L. 3. dipole approx.15)(6.Mathews and K. Macmillan India Ltd. mutual scattering of two particles. Interaction of atom with em radiation. symmetric and antisymmetric wave functions.8 to 6.) iv) WKB approximation : Qualitative development and condition for validity of this approx.Introduction to quantum mechanics by D.I.Approximation Methods :
i) Time-independent Perturbation theory: Non degenerate and degenerate cases (upto second order).Venkatesan. Ref. Chapter 6(6. scattering amplitudes using Green’s function scattering by symmetric potential.1 : chapters 5.Quantum Physics by R.1: Chapter 6 (6. ii) Dynamics – a) Born approximation. P. Identical particles. phase shift.J. field emission. applications to tunnelling such as α-particle. SHO. Fermi’s golden rule. scattering by square well potential and perfectly rigid sphere. Stark effect. iii)Variational method: Basic principles and applications to particle in box. Laboratory frame.Eisberg and R. Validity of Born Approx. Slater determinant. spin functions for system with more than one electron. Applications: Zeeman effect. helium atom.13)
Reference Books :
1. ii) Time-dependent Perturbation theory: Transition amplitude 1st and 2nd order.18) (10L +6P)
3. scattering amplitudes in terms of phase shift.1 Chapter 9.I. anharmonic oscillator. Ref. b) Partial wave analysis. constant perturbation(1st order).Griffiths (Pearson Education)(IInd Edition)
.6.9 M &W (16L+8P)
2.. Symmetry in Quantum Mechanics :
Symmetry Parity.Sakurai 5. optical theorem.11)(6. Application to square well potential and Yukawa potential.. Theory of Scattering :
i) Kinematics: Differential and total cross sections.Schiff. collison of identical particles.M.A Text book of Quantum Mechanics. McGraw Hill 4. Harmonic perturbation. hydrogen atom.Lokanathan. Chapter 7 (7.Modern Quantum Mechanics by J. Bohr’s quantization condition.14 to 6. Einstein coefficient for spontaneous emission.Revised Syllabus PHYUT 604 QUANTUM MECHANICS – II 1. Tata McGraw Hill 2.1 to6. Centre of Mass frame. selection rules.Quantum Mechanics by A.Resnick(Wiley and Sons) 6.19). (5L+3P) Ref.5)(6.(qualitative approach.

S. 300-301. Study of electromagnetic damping ( Pg. ‘e’ by Millikan oil drop method. Khandelwal et al. 5. New Delhi.Aruldas Prentice-hall of India Pvt. University of Pune. G. Solid State Laboratory Manual in Physics.M. New age International Publisher. Clausius – Mossotti equation using sugar solution ( Determination of Polarisation. Michelson Interferometer. Zeeman Effect. A world view of Physics by Prof.M.G. Counting statistics. G. (1977) 2. New Delhi. Seman. 4.M.( Pg.S. 3. 2. Resistivity of Ge at various temperature by Four Probe method and determination of band gap. Electron Diffraction. Singru. 4. Fabry-Parot Etalon.PHY UP 505 Basic Physics Laboratory – I (Any 10 Experiment)
1. 7. Skin depth in Al using electromagnetic radiation. Khandelwal et al. Stefan’s constant – Black body radiation. Wiley Eastern private Ltd.Gokhale. T. (ESR) 10. 11. 3. Ionic Conductivity of NaCl. D. 5. New Delhi. 12. Electron Spin Resonance. 9.R. 8. Ltd. Practical Physics. 14. Franck – Hertz Experiment. 19. End point energy and Absorption coefficient using G. 13. Pillai (3rd Edition). D. Pune-7. 15. 1999) 20.) 18. Solid State Physics. Gauy method. 6. Molecular structure and Spectroscopy.Kale ( Kitab Mahal Publication) 6. tube. V.tube.P. Conductivity of Plasma at various pressure for AC/DC source. South Asian Publishers pvt. Introduction to experimental Nuclear Physics. A world view of Physics by Prof. 320.P. Wersnop and Flint. Comparison of resolving limit of optical instruments with human eye. Department of Physics. 1999)
Reference Books :
1. D. To study absorption spectra of Iodine molecule and to determine its dissociation energy using spectrometer.P. Ltd. 17. Dr. R. Experimental Physics. Thermionic Emission.
. 16.New Delhi. Behekar. Susceptibility. Ltd. South Asian Publishers pvt.P.M.

S. 2. B. Miliman & Taub. 118. Power supplied. 8. Subramaniam. Crystal oscillator. Tata Mc-Graw Hill Pub. 19. Voltage to Frequency / Frequency to voltage converter using OP-AMP. McMillan India Limited. Mcmillan India Limited. University Press.V. Digital Principles and applications. 2. Fold back power supply. Delhi.(Pg. Franklin. S. Tata McGraw Hill Publication Co. 10. 1995. G.S. Cambridge. Digital and Switching Circuits.(Pg. 5. 7. 20.Inductive simulation using OP-AMP. 1982) 23. Band pass. 17.Study of noise performance of an amplifier. To determine the transition capacitance of a varactor diode and use it as a variable capacitor. Constant current source using OP-AMP.)
Reference Books :
1. Pulse. 1982) 22. Diode pump using UJT.Clayton. Study of errors in electrical measurement and results due to loading. Function generator using OP-AMP/IC –8038. Class-B push pull amplifier using Dual power supply and OP-AMP. Leach and Malvino. 7. Tata Mc-Graw Hill Pub.2002). DAC (R-2R and Binary type for 4-bit). N.Low pass.Millar type and Digital clock. Electronic Integrated Circuits and Systems. Art of Electronics. Pulse train generator.Co. 21. C. Experiments in Electronics. CVCC power supply. OP-AMPS and Linear integrated circuits. built and test oscillator – Wien Bridge oscillator / phase shift oscillator using OP-AMP. Ltd. 6. Ltd. Digital Principles. 16. Measurement of efficiency of a power amplifier. Low Price Edition. tudy of multiplexer and Demultiplexer.
. Ltd. 9. Experiments in Electronics. Subramaniam.) 3.Data Converters.PHY UP 605 Electronics Laboratory (Any 10 Experiment)
1. Horowitz and Hill.S. 18. Sonde. Fitchen( Van No strand Reinhold Company).(Pg. Frequency multiplier using PLL-565(for 2 & 3 operation using counter. 12. (1974). Operational Amplifier . SMPS power supply. 1982) 24. Design. Study of voltage controlled oscillator using IC-566. 4.V.) 4. Experiments in Electronics. 9. Co. S. Fourier analysis (Pg. Mcmillan India Limited. 15. 6. High pass. Ramakant Gaikwad. Active filter. B.V. 11.B. 3. 18. Malvino ( 6th Edition.Delhi(5th Edition. 8. 449. 28.Signetic manual. 5. and Notch Filter using OP-AMP. 14. 13. Study of optocoupler.(IC 810)and study of its frequency response. Precision rectifier. MCT2E and their application.Sonde. Subramaniam.