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# Problem 1: 1. Design a circuit which superimposed AC signal with 10 KHz, 2V (peak) to 3V DC voltage. Draw a circuit diagram.

. Show your output on oscilloscope. Show transfer characteristics for the same.

Note: 1. Before you start assembling circuit on breadboard get your circuit diagramed checked by instructor. 2. If it is asked that what output you expect? than before proceeding to assemble the circuit show the expected output on answer sheet (explain the reason), show it to instructor and then verified experimentally later.

## Problem 2: Design a circuit diagram to obtain following transfer characteristic.

Vout 2.7

-V +V Vin

-2.7

Note: 3. Before you start assembling circuit on breadboard get your circuit diagramed checked by instructor. 4. If it is asked that what output you expect? than before proceeding to assemble the circuit show the expected output on answer sheet (explain the reason), show it to instructor and then verified experimentally later.

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Problem 3: 1. Design a circuit to which gives output DC voltage equal to twice the peak voltage of input AC signal. Show output on oscilloscope. Show the transfer characteristic for the same. 2. If input signal is supplied to channel X and output is supplied to channel Y of oscilloscope, with oscilloscope in x-y mode what type of transfer characteristic you expect. Draw the expected transfer characteristic get it checked by instructor and verify your answer experimentally and show it to instructor.

Note: 1. Before you start assembling circuit on breadboard get your circuit diagramed checked by instructor. 2. If it is asked that what output you expect? than before proceeding to assemble the circuit show the expected output on answer sheet (explain the reason), show it to instructor and then verified experimentally later.

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Problem 4: 1. Design a circuit which generates output signal three times in amplitude than input signal and out of phase with input signal. If AC signal with 6 V (peak) is supplied as input what output you expect from the circuit you have designed. Before you start performance show your expected output to instructor and then verify experimentally. Show your final experimental output to instructor.

Note: 1. Before you start assembling circuit on breadboard get your circuit diagramed checked by instructor. 2. If it is asked that what output you expect? than before proceeding to assemble the circuit show the expected output on answer sheet (explain the reason), show it to instructor and then verified experimentally later.

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Problem 5: Design a circuit which adds two input signal (I1, and I2) and subtract input signal (I3) from the addition (I1+I2). Verify the circuit experimentally.

Note: 1. Before you start assembling circuit on breadboard get your circuit diagramed checked by instructor. 2. If it is asked that what output you expect? than before proceeding to assemble the circuit show the expected output on answer sheet (explain the reason), show it to instructor and then verified experimentally later.

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Problem 6: 1. Design a circuit which generates output signal five times in amplitude as input signal and inphase with input signal. If input AC signal with peak 4V is supplied what output you expect from designed circuit. Show expected output to instructor before starting experimentation. Verify your circuit and answer experimentally. Show the experimental output to instructor.

Note: 1. Before you start assembling circuit on breadboard get your circuit diagramed checked by instructor. 2. If it is asked that what output you expect? than before proceeding to assemble the circuit show the expected output on answer sheet (explain the reason), show it to instructor and then verified experimentally later.

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Problem 7: 1. Design a circuit which implements the following Boolean function. ] ) [( Write a truth table and show it to instructor. Verify your truth table experimentally. Note: 1. Before you start assembling circuit on breadboard get your circuit diagramed checked by instructor. 2. If it is asked that what output you expect? than before proceeding to assemble the circuit show the expected output on answer sheet (explain the reason), show it to instructor and then verified experimentally later.

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Problem 8: 1. Design a circuit to add three bit data. Use half adder circuit in your design. Show truth table for circuit to instructor before starting experiment. Verify your circuit experimentally and show your experimental result to instructor. Note: 1. Before you start assembling circuit on breadboard get your circuit diagramed checked by instructor. 2. If it is asked that what output you expect? than before proceeding to assemble the circuit show the expected output on answer sheet (explain the reason), show it to instructor and then verified experimentally later.

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Problem 9: 1. Design a circuit which converts AC signal into DC output. The DC power through load resistor must flow during full AC cycle. 2. What will be the DC output voltage if 6 0 6 transformer is used? Show your expected output to instructor before starting experiment. Also verify it experimentally and show the result to instructor. Note: 1. Before you start assembling circuit on breadboard get your circuit diagramed checked by instructor. 2. If it is asked that what output you expect? than before proceeding to assemble the circuit show the expected output on answer sheet (explain the reason), show it to instructor and then verified experimentally later.

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Problem 10: 1. Design a 3 bit ripple counter. If clock input is 16 KHz what outputs you expect? Verify your circuit experimentally. Show your expected output to instructor before starting experiment. Verify is experimentally and show the experimental result to instructor. 2. If the reset input of the second stage is connected to GND what will be the expected output at all the three stages? Show your expected output to instructor before starting experiment. Verify is experimentally and show the experimental result to instructor. Note: 1. Before you start assembling circuit on breadboard get your circuit diagramed checked by instructor. 2. If it is asked that what output you expect? than before proceeding to assemble the circuit show the expected output on answer sheet (explain the reason), show it to instructor and then verified experimentally later.