Course No: PH-218 3-1-0-8

Course Instructor:
Dr. A.P. Vajpeyi
E-mail: Room No: #305

Department of Physics, Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati, India

Prerequisite (Nil) .

P-N Junctions: Diode theory. Varactor. half wave & full wave rectification. Field-Effect Transistors (FET): JFET. DC operating point.current-voltage characteristics. voltage multipliers. fixed bias.Zener diode. clippers. reverse-bias breakdown. 2. high-frequency and high-speed issues. diode applications . BJT characteristics & parameters. variation of operating point and its stability. light emitting diodes. Special purpose diodes . Laser diodes. analysis of above circuits and their design. Bipolar Junction Transistors (BJT): Transistor fundamentals. forward and reverse-biased junctions. . transistor configurations. effects in real devices. load line analysis. emitter bias with and without emitter resistance.Syllabus for Analog Electronics 1. 3.Limiters. clampers.

Transistors Amplifier: Small Signal BJT amplifiers: AC equivalent circuit. Power amplifiers: Class A. IC output stages. Analysis of practical feedback amplifiers. hybrid. C and D stages. Inverting & Non Inverting Amplifier.Syllabus for Analog Electronics (Contd. The 555 timer. basic feedback topologies & their properties. practical Op-Amp circuits. frequency response of basic & compound configuration.Multistage amplifiers. Op-Amp applications. . 6. Feedback & Oscillator Circuits : Effect of positive and negative feedbacks. AB. Operational Amplifiers: Op-Amp Basics. differential and Common mode operation. Multivibrators. Sinusodial Oscillators (RC. LC and Crystal).) 4. re model and their use in amplifier design. B. 5. differential and cascade amplifier.

binary weighted codes. truth tables. Analysis & design of Combinational Logic: Introduction to combinational circuits. associative and distributive properties. code conversions. octal. Quine-McCluskey minimization technique. two. Binary comparator. Number Systems: Decimal. Boolean Algebra: Binary logic functions . signed numbers. decoder. canonical logic forms.Syllabus for Digital Electronics 7. sum of product & product of sums. multiple output functions. three and four variable Karnaugh maps. priority encoder. realization of switching functions using logic gates 9. Karnaugh maps. arithmetic logic units . hexadecimal number system and conversion . mixed logic combinational circuits. multiplexers as function generators. substractor. 1s and 2s complement codes. Combinational Logic: Switching equations. encoder. Binary arithmetic 8. binary adder. BCD adder. binary. DeMorgans theorems. Boolean laws. simplification of expressions. 10.

Programmable Logic: Programmable logic devices. Digital integrated circuits: Logic levels. programmable read only memory. open collector and tristate gates and buffers. LSTTL CMOS and ECL integrated circuits and their performance comparison. Analysis of simple synchronous sequential circuits. Sequential Circuits: State diagrams and tables. 14. 13. timing considerations. Examples using flip-flops. transition table. counter design with state equations. power dissipation fan-out and fan-in. Design using PLA. asynchronous and synchronous counters. excitation table and equations. propagation delay time.) 11. Sequential Logic: Sequential circuits. noise margin. flip-flops. serial in serial out shift registers. construction of state diagram. tristate registor. timing specifications. . programmable logic arrays and programmable array logic. counter design. field programmable gate a arrays. logic families and their characteristics TTL. 12.Syllabus for Digital Electronics (Contd. Registers . clocked and edge triggered flipflops.

Electronic Principles.. 1997. Streetman. Oxford University Press (1997) 2. References: 1. William Kleitz. 5th Ed. R. Jacob Millman. Microelectronics Circuits. John Wiley & Sons Inc. Howe and C. Sedra & K.S. A. Tyagi.Smith. M. Ben G. 2. .C.C. G. Robert L. Introduction to Electronic Devices. John Wiley & Sons Inc. Malvino. S.Texts: 1. 4. Microelectronics: An Integrated Approach. A.P. 2000. Solid State Electronic Devices. Michael Shur. Introduction to Semiconductor Materials and Devices. Electronic Devices & Circuit Theory 4. Prentice Hall International Inc. 5. PrenticeHall Inc. T. 3. Digital Electronics. “Electronic devices and circuits”. TMH Publications. Tata Mcgraw Hill Publications 3. PHI. Boylestad & Louis Nashelsky. Halkias. and C. Sodini. 2001.

Lecture Schedule Room No: 4212 Lectures: Monday: 10:00 -10:55 Hrs Tuesday: 11:00 -11:55 Hrs Friday: 09:00 -09:55 Hrs Tutorial : Thursday:8.00 -8.55 Hrs .

2 (10 marks each) Mid semester examination (30 marks) End semester examination (40 marks) Minimum 75% attendance compulsory (institutional requirement: your attendance is your responsibility!) .Evaluation Strategy Grading will be based on the following: Random Quiz's .5 (10 marks) Best of three will be counted Informed Quiz .

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