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TOPIC Number systems and Digital Circuits
Test I

Combination Circuits
Test II

Sequential Logics
Test III

Operational amplifies
Test IV


PERIODS 21 1 21 1 22 1 22 1 90

Rationale This subject is intended to teach the students about various aspects of digital circuits and operational Amplifier. Students also get the basic concept of digital circuits and its applications in various systems This will also enable them to learn the idea of computer hardware and the elements of industrial automation in future.

OBJECTIVES MODULE I 1.1.0. Understand the Number systems & Digital Circuits 1.1.1. Know binary and hexadecimal, numbers systems 1.1.2. Convert decimal, hexadecimal to binary and vice versa 1.1.3. Study binary addition, subtraction, multiplications and divisions and study BCD code 1.1.4. Know 1’s and 2’s complement and subtraction using complement 1.1.5. Know about logic gates 1.1.6. Study truth table of AND, OR, NOT, NAND, NOR, and EX-OR gates 1.1.7. Know about TTL, ECL and CMOS - windows and profiles of different families 1.1.8. Study sourcing and sinking current of different logic family. 1.1.9. Compare different logic families MODULE II 2.1.0. Combinational logic circuits 2.1.1. Study the Boolean algebra, 2.1.2. Study the universal gates using NAND and NOR gates 2.1.3. Study the De Morgan’s Theorem 2.1.4. Study the use of K map for solving Boolean expressions having 4 variables. 2.1.5. Study half adder & full adder circuit 2.1.6. Study Encoder-decoder

Study of SR. J K. master slave SR.1. Study operation of basic flip flop circuit and clocked flip flop 2. Know multiplexing and de multiplexing JK Master Slave and D flip-flop . clocked SR.8.1.1.

SIPO. input offset current. input bias current.4. Study the op-amp circuits –inverting –non inverting.1.MODULE III 3. comparator.inverting amplifier. De Morgan’s theorem – K map for solving Boolean expressions having 4 variables. voltage follower. Half-wave and full wave precision Rectifier using Op-Amps .5. State the working principle of half wave and full wave precision rectifiers COURSE CONTENT MODULE I Digital Circuits Digital circuits – Number system . Integrator& differentiator 4.1. difference amplifier. level detector.2. ECL. Know the different types of shift registers 3.3. Give a typical shift register using flip-flops(JK.1. Mode 8) MODULE IV 4.1.1. master slave SR.Binary – Hexadecimal conversions – BCD – Binary additionsubtraction – multiplication and division . difference. CMOS.basic gates – symbol –truth table – AND. Operational amplifies 4.D) 3.1. CMRR.1. JK Master slave and D flip-flop MODULE III Sequential logics Types of shift registers-Classification(SISO. Understand the working of operational Amplifier 4.1.asynchronous counter and synchronous counter. OR. J K. . summing amplifier.1. positive and negative voltage level detector – Schmitt trigger. Schmitt trigger 4. summing amplifiers.1’s and 2’s compliment – usage for subtraction Logic gates: .1. Study Synchronous binary counter and BCD decade counter and its wave forms 3.Half adder and full adder circuits – half and full subtractorEncoder-decoder -Multiplexing and Demultiplexing. Study the characteristics of op-amp 4. clocked SR.0.5. Application of op-amp-Zero crossing crossing detector.binary counter and BCD decade counter and its wave forms. output offset voltage.1.SR.PISO&PIPO)-shift register using flip-flops.1. differentiators.1. Study the asynchronous counter and synchronous counter 3.Study different modes of counter MODULE IV Introduction to Operational amplifies concept of virtual ground–Input offset voltage. non-inverting amplifier(derivation is needed).3.1. NOT – EXOR gate universal gate – NAND & NOR Logic families – TTL. Sequential logics 3.0. integrators .2. Study different modes of asynchronous counter (Mode 6. slew rate etc –Characteristics of ideal and actual op-amp –Op-amp circuits.1.Up counter and down counter.4. Applications of op-amp .advantages & disadvantages – comparison MODULE II Combinational circuits Boolean algebra – universal gates using NAND & NOR. Understand the operation of an Up counter and Down counter 3.

Gaykward .Anandkumar 2. Fundamentals of Digital Electronics .REFERENCE 1. Introduction to Op-Amp .