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Code: 11-EE202


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Rectifiers: Diode as a Rectifier, Half wave, Full wave and Bridge Rectifiers without filter and with inductor filter, Capacitor filter, L section and π – section filters-percentage of regulation, variation of output voltage with load current for all combinations Transistor Biasing Techniques and frequency analysis: Types of transistors - BJT , FET , MOSFET, Biasing techniques-Frequency response: Mid frequency-Low frequency and High Frequency responses. low frequency transistor amplifier circuits: Hybrid parameter model of transistor, Low frequency hybrid equivalent circuit of CE ,CB, CE configurations, small signal analysis of transistor with AI, AV, AIS, ZI, Zo, CE amplifier with Emitter resistor, Miller’s Theorem , High input resistance transistor circuits, Darlington pair amplifiers, cascade amplifier. Feedback Amplifiers: Block Diagram, Loop gain, gain with feedback, Desensitivity of gain, Distortion and cut off frequencies with feedback, Four basic feedback topologies and the type of gain stabilizes by each type of feedback. Input and Output resistances with feedback. Method of identifying topology, Analysis of feedback amplifiers, Nyquist criterion for stability of feedback amplifiers. Oscillators: Barkhausen criterion, RC Phase shift oscillator, Wein bridge oscillator, Analysis of LC Oscillators, Colpitts, Hartley, crystal oscillator circuits. Special Devices: Break down Mechanism, Zener Diode, tunnel diode and energy diagram, Varactor diode, LED and their characteristics, schotkey diode, Photo diodes, PNPN diodes, SCR and their characteristics. Thyristors and their applications –Phase controlled, Power BJT, Power MOSFET, IGBT operation and switching characteristics and driver circuits. Text Books: 1) "Electronic Devices And Circuits" by Millman .J. & Halkias.C , Tata McGraw Hill, 2nd Edition-9th reprint, 2009 2) “Electronic Devices and Circuits Theory”, by Robort Boylestred and Nashelsky, PHI, 10th Edition ,2009 Reference Books: 1) “Electronic Devices and Circuits Theory”, by David A Bell,4 th Edition,PHI, 2004. 2) “Electronic Devices and Circuits-An introduction”, by Allen Mottershead” Pearson Education India 2009. 3) “Power Electronics” by M.D.Singh and K.B.Kanchandani ,TMH nd publications,2 Edition 2008.

PART B 1. V-I Characteristics of Traic (Phase Control). effect of Changing L and C Ratio) 9. Full Wave & Half wave rectifier without and with capacitor filter. Input and Output Impedances) 5. Wein bridge Oscillator( Stabilization of Oscillations) 8. Input & Output Characteristics of Transistor in common Emitter configuration. Input & output Characteristics of Transistor in common Base configuration. Input & Output Characteristics of Transistor in common Collector configuration (Emitter Follower). Tuned Amplifier (Effect of R. Q and Bandwidth) 6. RC Phase shift oscillator(Effect of 4 stages of RC & Swapping of CR) 7. 4. 3. RE and Current source) Note: a) The points mentioned in brackets are to be understood by the students after completion of the experiments. 5. Collpits & Hartley Oscillators ( Shunt fed and Series Fed . V-I Characteristics of Zener junction Diode. 6. Transistor Biasing circuit (CE configuration) 7. .List of Experiments: PART A 1. 2. Differential amplifier(Importance of CMRR. b) Five Experiments must be chosen from each Part. Introduction to Analog Electronics Lab (oral presentation) 2. Voltage series & Current Series Feedback amplifiers (Determination of Gain. RC Coupled Amplifier (BJT & FET Cascading. Characteristics of junction Field Effect Transistor 8. Complementary push pull Power amplifier (Importance of Emitter Follower) 4. Effect of Time Constants on Frequency response) 3.