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# LAB MANUAL

PREPARED BY
Pawan Singh

Engineering
SYLLABUS

## EEC 752 Electronic Circuit Design

In this practical course students will carry out a design oriented project work using
various analog/ digital building blocks which they have already studied in their analog
electronic/ digital electronic courses such as Electronic circuits, integrated circuits and
filter design. The project may include but not restricted to any of the following:

## 1. Universal op-amp based biquad

3. Amplitude control or stabilization applied to any sinusoidal oscillators
4. Op-amp/ OTA based function generator
5. Any application of log/antilog circuits
6. Any applications of analog multiplier/ divider
7. Any digital system design and its hardware implementation using TTL/ CMOS ICs
8. Any circuit idea (not studied in the course) using 555 Timer in conjunction with any
other ICs

include

## 1. Design the circuit.

2. Make hardware and measure various parameters.
3. Simulation in Spice of the designed circuit.
4. Comparison of measured and simulated results.
5. A report is to be made for evaluation.
JRE GROUP OF INSTITUTIONS,GREATER NOIDA

Experiment No. 1

## OBJECT: To study of Universal op-amp based biquad

THEORY:

OTA may also be described as being a voltage to current converter or voltage controlled
current source (VCIS). A conventional Op-APM can be used as a transmission conductance
amplifier for this purpose monolithic IC is specially designed. Such devices are called OTAs

CIRCUIT DIAGRAM:

PROCEDURE:

1. Connect the circuit as shown in fig and set power supply to + 15 volts
2. Set the signal generator at sine wave to 1KHz
3. Connect oscilloscope to the output of op-amp
4. Measure and record the peak to peak output signal voltage Vo and input signal Vin to
amplifier and record the phase of input with the phase of output.

RESULT:

The OTA was studied in inverting configuration and it different parameters were
observed on oscilloscope.

PRICAUTIONS:
JRE GROUP OF INSTITUTIONS,GREATER NOIDA

Experiment No. 2

## OBJECT: To study of a Universal OTA biquad.

APPARATUS:

i) OTA kit
ii) LM 3080
iii) Resistors(47k,100k) 0hm
iv) Capacitors(10uF)
v) Function generator
vi) Oscilloscope

CIRCUIT DIAGRAM:

## The proposed circuit of voltage mode universal biquadratic filter.

FORMULA:

OBSERVATION:

CALCULATION:

RESULT:

PRICAUTIONS:
JRE GROUP OF INSTITUTIONS,GREATER NOIDA

## ELECTRONIC CIRCUIT DESIGN LAB (EEC- 752)

Experiment No. 3
OBJECT: To study an Amplitude control or stabilization applied to any sinusoidal oscillators

APPARATUS:

i) OTA kit
ii) LM 3080
iii) Resistors(47k,100k) 0hm
iv) Capacitors(10uF)
v) Function generator
vi) Oscilloscope

CIRCUIT DIAGRAM:

## Wein-Bridge Circuit Schematic

FORMULA:
OBSERVATION:
Sketch the frequency domain representation for o/p signal and determine the modulating
index.

CALCULATION:

RESULT:

PRICAUTIONS:

## JRE GROUP OF INSTITUTIONS,GREATER NOIDA

Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering

Experiment No. 4

APPARATUS:

## i) Frequency oscillator (1.8 KHz)

ii) Ramp Amplitude ( 3 volts)
iii) Op Amp (741)
iv) VSAT (7 volts)

CIRCUIT DIAGRAM:

FORMULA:

## Practical design techniques for Oscillator circuit

1.) Ramp Amplitude V =V R /R
TH SAT 2 3

2.) f = 1 / T

T = 2R C ln[(V + V ) / (V - V )]
1 1 SAT TH SAT TH

3.) R C = T / 2 / ln[(V +V ) / (V - V )]
1 1 SAT TH SAT TH

## 4.) R = Vo(+max) / 800A

4

5.) C = i / (2V f )
2 I SAT L

6.) R = 10 / (2fC )
5 2
7.) R = 1 / [(1/R ) + (1/R )]
6 4 5
Practical design techniques for Differentiator circuit

8.) R = 25Vo(+max) / I
8 SC

9.) C = Vo(+max)t / (R V )
3 8 I

R8
10). R7
C 3 f UG

11.) C = 10C
5 3
C3
C4
12) 8R8 f UG

OBSERVATION:
R and R establish the amplitude of the ramp voltage for the oscillator
2 3
R and C determine the frequency of oscillation
1 1
R establishes the basic range of operation for the integrator circuit
4
C is used in integration of the triangle wave
2
R acts as an active filter
5
R is the parallel combination of R and R
6 4 5
R and C act as an active filter
7 4
R establishes the basic range of operation for the differentiator circuit
8
R maintains equal DC resistances in both of the op amp input terminals
9
C reduces the gain at high-noise frequencies and yet minimize the effect
4
on normal circuit frequencies

C ensures that R will be effectively bypassed for all usable circuit frequencies
5 9
C is used in differentiation of the triangle wave
3

CALCULATION:

RESULT:

PRICAUTIONS:

## JRE GROUP OF INSTITUTIONS,GREATER NOIDA

Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering

## ELECTRONIC CIRCUIT DESIGN LAB (EEC- 752)

Experiment No. 5
OBJECT: To study any application of log/antilog circuits

APPARATUS:

i) OTA kit
ii) LM 3080
iii) Resistors(47k,100k) 0hm
iv) Capacitors(10uF)
v) Function generator
vi) Oscilloscope

CIRCUIT DIAGRAM:

Fast Log
Generator
Anti-Log
Generator

FORMULA:

OBSERVATION:

CALCULATION:

RESULT:

PRICAUTIONS:
JRE GROUP OF INSTITUTIONS,GREATER NOIDA

## ELECTRONIC CIRCUIT DESIGN LAB (EEC- 752)

Experiment No. 6
OBJECT: Any applications of analog multiplier/ divider

APPARATUS:

i) OTA kit
ii) LM 3080
iii) Resistors(47k,100k) 0hm
iv) Capacitors(10uF)
v) Function generator
vi) Oscilloscope

CIRCUIT DIAGRAM:

Multiplier/Divider

FORMULA:

OBSERVATION:
CALCULATION:

RESULT:

PRICAUTIONS:

## JRE GROUP OF INSTITUTIONS,GREATER NOIDA

Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering

## ELECTRONIC CIRCUIT DESIGN LAB (EEC- 752)

Experiment No. 7
OBJECT: Any digital system design and its hardware implementation using TTL/ CMOS
ICs

APPARATUS:

i) OTA kit
ii) LM 3080
iii) Resistors(47k,100k) 0hm
iv) Capacitors(10uF)
v) Function generator
vi) Oscilloscope

CIRCUIT DIAGRAM:

FORMULA:

OBSERVATION:

CALCULATION:

RESULT:

PRICAUTIONS:

## JRE GROUP OF INSTITUTIONS,GREATER NOIDA

Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering

## ELECTRONIC CIRCUIT DESIGN LAB (EEC- 752)

Experiment No. 8
OBJECT: Any circuit idea (not studied in the course) using 555 Timer in conjunction with
any other ICs

APPARATUS:

i) OTA kit
ii) LM 3080
iii) Resistors(47k,100k) 0hm
iv) Capacitors(10uF)
v) Function generator
vi) Oscilloscope

CIRCUIT DIAGRAM:

FORMULA:

OBSERVATION:

CALCULATION:

RESULT:

PRICAUTIONS: