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# RAVINDRA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING FOR WOMEN:KURNOOL

LECTURE PLAN
NAME OF THE SUBJECT: PULSE AND DIGITAL CIRCUITS (13A04401)
NAME OF THE FACULTY: G.SIVAIAH
CLASS: II B.TECH, ECE A & B
Course Objective:
1. To study various wave shaping circuits and their applications.
2. To study different circuits that produce non-sinusoidal waveforms(multivibrators) and
their applications
3. To study various voltage time base generators and their applications.
4. To study different logic families and their comparison.
Course Outcomes:
Upon completion of the course, students should be able to:
CO1

CO2

CO3

## Analyze the characteristics of transistors & Design of multivibrators

CO4

Analyze & Design of time base generator circuits, the synchronizations and
frequency division in relaxation circuits

CO5

Analyze the sampling and logic gates using diodes and transistors

LECTURE PLAN
S.NO

UNIT
UNIT I
LINEAR WAVE
SHAPING

TOPICS TO BE COVERED

EXPECTED
NO .OF
CLASSES
RC
4

## 1. High pass,low pass

circuits,their response for
sinusoidal step,pulse,square
and ramp inputs
2. High pass RC network as
Differentiator
3. Low pass RC network as
integrator
4. Attenuators
and
its
applications as a CRO probe
5. RL circuits and its response
for step input
6. Illustrative Problem.

TOTAL

1
1
1
12
1
2
2

UNIT II
NON-LINEAR
WAVE
SHAPING

UNIT III
MULTIVIBRAT
ORS

UNIT IV
TIME BASE
GENERATORS

Synchronization
and Frequency
Division

## 1. Diode Clippers, Transistor

clippers
2. Clipping at two independent
levels, Comparators
3. Applications of voltage
comparators,
Clamping
operation
4. Clamping circuits taking
source and diode resistances
into account
5. Clamping circuit theorem,
Practical clamping circuits
6. Effect
of
diode
characteristics on clamping
voltage
7. Synchronized clamping

1. Transistor as a switch
2. Breakdown voltages,
3. Trasistor-switching times.

1
1

2
2
10
2
1
1

## 5. Analysis and Design of

Bistable Multivibrator

2
1
2
1

6. Monostable

7. Astable Multivibrators

BJT

## 1. General features of a time

base signal
2. Methods of generating time
base waveform
3. Miller and Bootstrap time
base
generators-basic
principles
4. Transistor Miller-time base
generator
5. Transistor Bootstrap time
base generator

## 6. Transistor current time base

generators
7. Methods
of
linearity
improvements

4. Triggering circuits

1. Pulse synchronization of
relaxation devices
2. Frequency division in sweep
circuit
3. Stability
of
relaxation
devices

12

1
2
1
16

2
1

## 4. Astable relaxation circuits

5. Monostable
relaxation
circuits
6. Synchronization of a sweep
circuit with symmetrical
signals

1
1
1
2

UNIT V
SAMPLING
GATES

## 1. Basic operating principles of

sampling gates
2. Unidirectional
and
Bidirectional sampling gates
3. Four diode sampling gate
4. Reduction of pedestal in gate
circuits
5. Six diode gate

2
1

## 1. AND,OR & NOT gates

using diodes and transistors

2. DCTL,RTL,DTL,TTL and
CMOS logic families and

of

3. Comparison between
logic families

2
1

sampling

6. Application
gates

Diode Logic
Circuits:

13

the

TOTAL CLASSES = 70
TEXT BOOKS:

1.Jacob Millman, Herbert Taub and Mothiki S. Prakash Rao, Millmans Pulse, Digital
and
Switching Waveforms, Tata McGraw-Hill,3rd Edition, 2008.
2.David A. Bell, Solid state pulse circuits, PHI, 4TH Edition, 2002.
REFERENCES:

## 1. Jacob millman,Christos c.halkias,integrated electronics- Tata mcgraw hill publication

2. A.Anand Kumar, Pulse and Digital Circuits, 2005, PHI.
3.

Ronald J. Tocci, Fundamentals of Pulse and Digital Circuits, 3rd edition, 2008.