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Note for Basic Electronics - BE by Amaravathi Gopagani

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ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICA1ON ENGINEERING 2013'14 83 Colpitts Oscillators, Wien-Bridge & Crystal Oscillators, Stability of - Oscillators. UNlT-{V: Large Signal Amplifiers : Classification, Class A Large Signal Amplifiers, Transformer Coupled Class A Audio Power Amplifier, Efficiency of Class A Amplifier, Class B Amplifier, Efiiciency of Class B Amplifier, Class-B PushPull Amplifier, Complementary Symmetry Class B Push-Pull Amplifier, Distortion in Power Amplifiers, Thermal Stability and Heat Sinks. or ld .in UNIT.V: Tuned Amplifiers: lntroduction, Q-Factor, Small Signal Tuned Amplifiers, EfIect of Cascading Single Tuned Amplifiers on Bandwidth, Effect of Cascading Double Tuned Amplifiers on Bandwidth, Stagger Tuned Amplifiers' Stability of Tuned AmPlifiers. TEXT BOOKS: lntegrated Electronics - Jacob Millman 1. 1991 Ed., 2008, TMH. 3. Christos C Halkias' Electronic Devices and Circuits, B. P. Singh, Rekha Singh' Pearson, 2013. Design of Analog CMOS lntegrated Circuits - Behzad Razavi' 2008, TMH. uW 2. and REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. 2. - Rashid, Cengage Leaming, 2013 Electronic Devices and Circuit Theory - Bobeil L.Boylestad, Louis ElectronicCircuit Analysis Nashelsky, I Ed.,2008 PE. 3. Microelectric Circuits University Press. 4. 5. Electronic Circuit Analysis Sedra and Smith - nt - - 5 Ed., 2009, Oxford K. Lal Kishore, 2004, BSP. Electronic Devices and Circuits - S, Salivahanan, N.Suresh Kumar, A Vallavaraj, 2 Ed., 2009, TMH. Aj Course Outcomes: Upon completion of the subject, students will be able to: Design and analyse the DC bias circuitry of BJT and FET. . o Analyse the different types of amplifiers, operation and its characteristics . Design circuits like amplifiers, oscillators using the transistors diodes

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www.alljntuworld.in JNTU World Index 1. Linear Wave Shaping 2(a). Non Linear Wave Shaping-Clippers 3. Astable Multivibrator using Transistors 4. Monostable Multivibrator using Transistors or 5(a). Schmitt Trigger using Transistors ld 2(b). Non Linear Wave Shaping-Clampers 5(b). Schmitt Trigger Circuits- using IC 741 6. Measurement of op-Amp parameters W 7. Applications of Op-Amp 8. Instrumentation Amplifier using op-Amp 9. Waveform generation using op-amp (square & triangular) 10. Design Of Active Filters – Lpf, Hpf (First Order) TU 11. Applications of ic 555 timer ( Monostable &Astable multivibrators) 12. PLL Using 1C 565 13. IC723 Voltage Regulator 14. Design of VCO using IC 566 JN 15. 4 bit DAC using OP AMP 2 Downloaded From JNTU World (http://www.alljntuworld.in)

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www.alljntuworld.in JNTU World 1. Linear Wave Shaping Aim: i) To design a low pass RC circuit for the given cutoff frequency and obtain its frequency response. ii) To observe the response of the designed low pass RC circuit for the given square waveform for T<<RC,T=RC and T>>RC. To design a high pass RC circuit for the given cutoff frequency and obtain its frequency response. iv) ld iii) To observe the response of the designed high pass RC circuit for the given square Apparatus Required: Name of the Component/Equipment Capacitors CRO Specifications Quantity 1KΩ 1 2.2KΩ,16 KΩ 1 W Resistors or waveform for T<<RC, T=RC and T>>RC. Function generator 1 20MHz 1 1MHz 1 TU Theory: 0.01µF The process whereby the form of a non sinusoidal signal is altered by transmission through a linear network is called “linear wave shaping”. An ideal low pass circuit is one that allows all the input frequencies below a frequency called cutoff frequency fc and attenuates all those above this frequency. For practical low pass circuit (Fig.1) cutoff is set to occur at a frequency where the gain of the circuit falls by 3 dB from its maximum at very JN high frequencies the capacitive reactance is very small, so the output is almost equal to the input and hence the gain is equal to 1. Since circuit attenuates low frequency signals and allows high frequency signals with little or no attenuation, it is called a high pass circuit. Circuit Diagram: 3 Downloaded From JNTU World (http://www.alljntuworld.in)

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