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# L T P C

## 15EC204J Linear Integrated Circuits

3 0 2 4
Co-requisite: 15EC202
Prerequisite: 15EC201J
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Codes/Standards
Course Category P Professional Core Electronics
Course designed by Department of ECE
Approval 30th Academic Council Meeting, 24th March, 2016

This is a course on the design and applications of operational amplifiers and analog
integrated circuits. This course introduces basic op-amp principles and show how the op-
amp can be used to solve a variety of application problems. Much attention is given to
Purpose
basic op-amp configurations, linear and non-linear applications of op-amp and active filter
synthesis, including switched capacitor configurations. It also deals with oscillators,
waveform generators and data converters.
Correlates to
Instructional Objectives Student
The goals of the course is to ensure that the learners become familiar to: Outcomes
H M L
Learn the basics of op-amp, its characteristics, circuit model, its frequency
1. b k e
response and compensation, and its internal schematic.
Analyze the operation and discuss the performance of several
2. fundamentally important op-amp circuits that have certain features or b, c k e
characteristics oriented to special applications.
Describe the basic operating principles of oscillator and discuss how
3. different types of oscillators produce various types of outputs including sine b k e
waves, square waves, triangular waves, and sawtooth waves.
Use popular integrated circuits, such as 555 timer and 565 PLL in a wide
4. b, c k e
variety of oscillator and communication applications.
Describe the filter types, filter response characteristics and filter
5. parameters, and analyse the four basic categories of active filters, which are b k e
low-pass, high-pass, band-pass, and band-stop.
Discuss the principles of voltage regulation, linear regulator, switching
6. b k e
regulator and IC voltage regulators.
Introduce data converter terminology and its performance parameters, and
7. b, c k e
discuss several circuit arrangements for A/D and D/A conversions.
H: High correlation, M: Medium correlation, L: Low correlation

Contact C-D-
Session Description of Topic IOs Reference
hours I-O
Unit-I: Operational Amplifier Characteristics 9
1 Op-amp symbol, terminals, packages and specifications 1 C 1 1
Block diagram Representation of op-amp- Ideal op-
2 amp & practical op-amp - Open loop & closed loop 1 C 1 1
configurations
3 DC & AC performance characteristics of op-amp 2 C 1 1
4 Frequency response and compensation 2 C 1 1, 2

## Department of ECE 22 Syllabus - Regulations 2015

Contact C-D-
Session Description of Topic IOs Reference
hours I-O
5 Basic op-amp internal schematic 2 C 1 1, 2
6 Review of data sheet of an op-amp. 1 C 1 1, 2
Unit-II: Op–Amp Applications 9
Basic op-amp circuits: Inverting & Non-inverting
7 voltage amplifiers, Voltage follower, Summing, scaling 2 D, I 2 1, 2
& averaging amplifiers, AC amplifiers
Linear Applications: Instrumentation Amplifiers, V-
8 to-I and I-to-V converters, Differentiators and 3 D, I 2 1, 2
Integrators
Non-linear Applications: Precision Rectifiers, Wave
Shaping Circuits (Clipper and Clampers), Log and
Antilog Amplifiers, Analog voltage multiplier circuit
9 4 D, I 2 1, 2
and its applications, Operational Trans-Conductance
Amplifier (OTA), Comparators and its applications,
Sample and Hold circuit.
Unit-III: Waveform Generators and PLL 9
Waveform Generators: Sine-wave Generators,
10 3 D, I 3 1-5
Square / Triangle / Saw-tooth Wave generators.
IC 555 Timer: Monostable operation and its
11 3 D, I 4 1-5
applications, Astable operation and its applications
PLL: Operation of the Basic PLL, Closed loop
12 analysis of PLL, Voltage Controlled Oscillator, PLL 3 C,D,I 4 1-5
applications
Unit-IV: Active Filters & Voltage Regulator 9
Filters: Comparison between Passive and Active
Networks, Active Network Design , Filter
13 3 C,D,I 4 1-5
Approximations, Design of LPF, HPF, BPF and Band
Reject Filters
State Variable Filters – All Pass Filters, Switched
14 3 C,D,I 4 1-5
Capacitor Filters.
Voltage Regulators: Basics of Voltage Regulator,
Linear Voltage Regulators using Op-amp, IC
15 3 C 5 1-5
Regulators (78xx, 79xx, LM 317, LM 337, 723),
Switching Regulators
Unit-V: Data Conversion Devices 9
Digital to Analog Conversion: DAC Specifications,
16 2 C,D,I 6,7 1-5
Weighted Resistor DAC
17 Monolithic DAC
2 C,D,I 6,7 1-5
Analog to Digital conversion: ADC specifications,
3 C,D,I 6,7 1-5

Total contact hours (Exclusive of Assessment hours) 45

S. Contact C-D-
Description of Experiments IOs Reference
No. hours I-O
1 Basic op-amp circuits 2 D,I,O 1,2,4 6-10

## Department of ECE 23 Syllabus - Regulations 2015

S. Contact C-D-
Description of Experiments IOs Reference
No. hours I-O
2 Integrators and Differentiators 2 D,I,O 1,2,4 6-10
3 Rectifiers 2 D,I,O 1,2,4 6-10
4 Comparators 2 D,I,O 1,2,4 6-10
5 Wave shaping circuits 2 D,I,O 1,2,4 6-10
6 Waveform generators: using op-amp&555 Timer 6 D,I,O 1,2,4 6-10
7 Design of LPF, HPF, BPF and Band Reject Filters 4 D,I,O 1,2,4 6-10
8 IC Voltage regulators 2 D,I,O 1,2,4 6-10
9 R-2R ladder DAC 2 D,I,O 1,2,4 6-10
10 Flash Type ADC 2 D,I,O 1,2,4 6-10
11 Simulation experiments using EDA tools 4 D,I,O 1,2,4 6-10
Total contact hours 30

Learning Resources
RamakantA.Gayakwad, “Op-Amps and Linear Integrated Circuits”, 4th Edition, Prentice Hall,
1.
2000.
2. David A. Bell, “Operational Amplifiers and Linear ICs”, 3rd edition, OUP, 2013.
Roy Choudhury and Shail Jain, “Linear Integrated Circuits”, 4th Edition, New Age International
3.
Publishers, 2014.
Robert F. Coughlin, Frederick F. Driscoll, “Operational-Amplifiers and Linear Integrated
4.
Circuits”, 6th Edition, Prentice Hall, 2001.
5. Hill, 1997
6. LABORATORY MANUAL, Department of ECE, SRM University
David A Bell, “Laboratory Manual for Operational Amplifiers & Linear ICs”, 2nd edition, D.A.
7. Bell, 2001.
David LaLond, “Experiments in Principles of Electronic Devices and Circuits”, Delmar
8. Publishers, 1993.
Muhammed H Rashid, “Introduction to PSpice using OrCAD for circuits and electronics”, 3rd
9. edition, Pearson/Prentice Hall, 2004.
L. K. Maheshwari, M. M. S. Anand, “Laboratory Experiments and PSPICE Simulations in
10. Analog Electronics”, PHI, 2006.

## Course nature Theory + Practical

Assessment Method for Theory Component (Weightage 50%)
Assessment Cycle Cycle
In- Cycle Test-I Surprise Test Quiz Total
tool Test-II Test-III
semester
Weightage 10% 15% 15% 5% 5% 50%
End semester examination Weightage : 50%
Assessment Method for Practical Component (Weightage 50%)
Assessment Quiz/Viva Model
In- Experiments Record Total
tool Voce examination
semester
Weightage 40% 5% 5% 10% 60%
End semester examination Weightage : 40%