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Nature of Course :G (Theory analytical)

Pre requisites :17EC201 - Electric Circuits

Course Objectives:
1 To enable the students to learn the basic building blocks of Linear
Integrated Circuits
2 To acquaint the students about linear and non-linear applications of
operational amplifiers.
3 To enable the students to understand theory and applications of analog
multipliers and PLL.
4 To teach the theory and applications of ADC and DAC.
5 To impart knowledge on integrated circuits of special functions.
Course Outcomes:
Upon completion of the course, students shall have ability to
C402.1 Acquire knowledge in basic building blocks of operational
amplifier by designing and applying various circuits that
[U]
contribute to the improvement of CMRR, and analyze
characteristics of op-amp.
C402.2 Design and Investigate the linear and non-linear applications of
[AP]
operational amplifiers by applying the principles of op-amp.
C402.3 Analyze the performance of analog multipliers, PLL and its
[U]
applications
C402.4 Apply the characteristic properties of operational amplifier in
[AP]
C402.5 Apply systematic design approach for various applications using
[AP]
special function ICs

Course Contents:
Basic information of Op-Amp, Differential amplifier: differential amplifier with
constant current source-current mirror-characteristics of Op-Amp, OP-AMP design OP-
AMP applications: inverting and non-inverting amplifiers, instrumentation amplifier,
integrator and differentiator, current-to-voltage converter, voltage-to-current
converter, Schmitt trigger, Active filters. Analog Multiplier: Four quadrant multiplier,
VCO, PLL and its applications. Digital-to-analog converters (DAC): Weighted resistor,
counter type, Single slope, dual slope, successive approximation - Astable and
Monostable Multivibrators using 555 Timer, Voltage regulators: 723 General Purpose
regulators, switching regulator - Audio Power Amplifier - Video amplifiers – Opto
couplers - Isolation Amplifiers - Fiber optic ICs- ac and dc analysis using circuit
simulation software.
Total Hours: 45

Text Books:
circuits”, McGraw-Hill, 4thedition, 2016. (Reprint)
2 D.RoyChoudhry, Shail Jain, “Linear Integrated Circuits”, New Age
International Pvt. Ltd.,2010 (Reprint)
Reference Books:
1 S.Salivahanan, V S KanchanaBhaaskaran, “Linear Integrated Circuits”,
McGraw-Hill, 2ndedition,2015
2 WilliamD.Stanely, “Operational Amplifiers with Linear Integrated Circuits”.
Pearson Education, 2004
Web References:
1.1 http://www.electronics-tutorials.ws

Online Resources:
electronics/analog

Assessment Methods & Levels (based on Bloom’sTaxonomy)

Formative assessment based on Capstone Model (Max. Marks:20)
Course
Bloom’s Level Tentative Assessment Component Marks
Outcome
C402.1 Understand Quiz 5
C402.2 Apply Class Presentation 5
C402.3 Understand Group Assignment 5
C402.4 Apply Simulation Exercise 5
C402.5 Apply

Summative assessment based on Continuous and End Semester Examination

Tentative Continuous Assessment
End Semester
Term End
Bloom’s Level CIA-I CIA-II Examination
Examination
[6 marks] [6 marks] [60 marks]
[8 marks]
Remember - - - -
Understand 60 20 20 20
Apply 40 40 40 40
Analyse - 40 40 40
Evaluate - - - -
Create - - - -