ANALOG ELECTRONICS (3331102)  

Syllabus

Sr. Topics Teaching Hours Module Weightage
1
Negative Feedback Amplifiers
1.1. Concept of feedback: negative and positive
1.2. Merits and demerits of negative feedback
1.3. Negative feedback in amplifiers
1.4. Derivation of equation for overall gain of negative feedback amplifier
1.5. Gain, input impedance, output impedance, stability, bandwidth, frequency response, sensitivity, distortion, and noise
1.6. Voltage series amplifier, voltage shunt amplifier, current series amplifier, current shunt amplifier.
2
Oscillators
2.1. Positive feedback in oscillators
2.2. Barkhausen’s criteria for oscillation
2.3. Overall gain of positive feedback amplifier.
2.4. Tank circuit
2.5. RC phase shift oscillator circuit
2.6. Hartley oscillator circuit
2.7. Colpitts oscillator circuit
2.8. Wien Bridge oscillator circuit
2.9. Crystal oscillator
2.10. Construction of UJT
2.11. Working and V – I characteristics of UJT
2.12. UJT as a relaxation oscillator
3
Power Amplifier
3.1. Voltage and power amplifier
3.2. Classification of power amplifier
3.3. Working of different types of power amplifier – Class A, B, AB, C and D
3.4. Efficiency of class A and class B amplifier
3.5. Efficiency of transformer coupled power amplifier
3.6 Operation of class B push-pull power amplifier
3.7 Efficiency of class B push pull amplifier
3.8 Complimentary symmetry push-pull amplifier
4
Field Effect Transistor
4.1 JFET: Parameters of JFET – rd, gm, µ
4.2 n-channel and p-channel JFET
4.3 JFET configurations: common source, drain and gate
4.4 BJT and JFET
4.5 Types of MOSFET: enhancement type MOSFET
4.6 JFET and MOSFET as amplifiers
5
Linear Integrated Circuits
5.1 Operational amplifier
5.2 Differential amplifier
5.3 IC-741 and its pin configuration
5.4 Op-Amp: open loop and closed loop amplifier
5.5 Op-Amp parameters: Input and output offset voltage, Input offset current, Input bias current, CMRR, slew rate, frequency response
5.6 Inverting and non-inverting amplifier with derivation of voltage gain
5.7 Summing and differential amplifier, integrator, differentiator, comparator, V-I converter, D-A converter, current booster
5.8 IC 555: basic operation and pin description
5.9 Applications of IC 555: astable, monostable and bistable multivibrator