University of Mumbai

Class: S.E. Branch:Instrumentation Semester: III
Subject: Analog Electronics  (Abbreviated as AE)
Periods per Week(60 min. each)

Lecture

04
Practical 02
Tutorial
Hours Marks
Evaluation System

Theory

03 100
Practical/Oral 02

50

Oral

Term Work

25

Total

05 175

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Module

Contents

Hours
1 DiodeClipper & Clamper Circuits using Diode 03
2 Bipolar Junction TransistorTransistor biasing, different types of biasing circuit and theiranalysis, bias stability,  stability factor, comparison of biasing circuits, thermister compensation, thermal runway. 08
3 Transistor amplifier analysis and circuitsRC  coupled  amplifier,  H-  parameters,  necessity  of  hybridmodel and h – parameters, determination of h-parameter from transistor characteristics. Approximate conversion formulae for h- parameter for CE, CB, CC configurations, A.C. equivalent circuits of transistor amplifier using h-parameter. CE, CB, CC transistor amplifier circuits, DC and AC analysis. 08
4 Feedback amplifierGeneral  theory  of  feedback,  types  of  feedback,  effect  ofnegative   feedback   on    stability,    bandwidth,   noise,    input resistance,  output  resistance.  Detailed  analysis  of  voltage series, voltage series amplifier, current series amplifier, emitter follower 07
5 OscillatorsOscillator and its classification 06
6 Field Effect TransistorJunction  field  effect  transistor,  V-I  characteristics,  differentconfiguration of JFET, different parameter of JFET, common source   configuration    as    an   amplifier,    MOSFET    &   its classification. 08
7 Low & high frequency response of common source amplifierLow & high frequency FET model. 08

 

Theory Examination:

1.         Question paper will comprise total 7 questions of 20 marks each.

2.         Only 5 questions need to be attempted.

3.         Q.1 will be compulsory covering the entire syllabus.

4.         Remaining questions will be of mixed nature.

5.         Question paper weightage of each module will be proportional to the number of respective lecture hours as mentioned in the syllabus.

 

Practical/Oral Examination:

Practical examination will be based on a given experiment performed from the list of

experiments given in the syllabus and the oral will be based on entire subject syllabus.

Term work:

Term work consists of minimum eight experiments and a written test. The distribution of

the term work shall be as follows,

Laboratory work (Experiments and Journal)                          :10 marks Test (at least one)  :10 marks Attendance (Practical and Theory)                              :05 marks

The final certification and acceptance of term-work ensures the satisfactory performance of laboratory work and minimum passing in the term-work.

 

 

List of Laboratory Experiments:

1.  Study of input / output characteristics of BJT- CB, CE, and CC Configuration.

2.  Study of input & transfer characteristics of FET.

3.  Study of input & transfer characteristics of FET.

4.  Frequency response of common emitter amplifier with & without feedback using a bypass capacitor for Re.

5.  RC coupled amplifier.

6.  Determination of ‘h ‘parameter of a BJT.

7.  Frequency response of FET amplifier with & without feedback using a bypass capacitor for Rs.

8.  Wein bridge oscillator using transistors.

9.  RC phase shift oscillator.

10. Design of fixed Voltage regulator using 78xx & 79xx ICs.

11. Design of adjustable Voltage regulator using IC723.

12. Any one of the following

i)          Darlington Amplifier ii)     Cascade Amplifier

 

Note: The hardware results of minimum 5 experiments from the above list must be verified using simulation software like P-SPICE/Multi-Sim or equivalent.

 

Books Recommended:

1.  Neamen Donald A., Electronics Ckt. Analyzer & Design, 2nd    ed.,Tata McGraw

Hill.

2.  Boylestad Robert L., Nashelsky Louis, Electronics Devices & Circuits, Pearson

Education.

3.  Semiconductor Data Manual, BPB Publications.

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