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Syllabus of EC1X05Analog Electronics

Module by: Bijay_Kumar Sharma. E-mail the author

Summary: This contains the syllabus of Analog Electronics Course offered in third year of B.Tech course at National Institute of Technology,Patna.

Analog Electronics[3-0-3]EC1X05

Four Ideal Amplifiers- Ideal Voltage Amplifiers, Ideal current Amplifiers, Ideal Transresistance Amplifiers and Ideal Transconductance Amplifiers and Distortions(Amplitude or Harmonic Distortions, Frequency Distortion and Phase Distortion); [4 Lectures]

Midfrequency Analysis of CB,CE & CC amplifiers using Hybrid Model

Low and High Frequency analysis of CB, CE & CC

Rise time method for determination of fh using the formula of trfh = 0.35 and 10% sag method for the determination of flower using sag method; [15 Lectures]

Bootstrapping in Emitter Follower, Darlington Pair Amplifier, Cascode Amplifier, CC-CB Cascade; [4 Lectures]

Multistage Amplifiers & Band Width Shrinkage in multistage amplifiers [3 Lectures]


Incremental Model of FET and incremental analysis of Common Source at Low & High Frequencies [3 Lectures]

Noise & Noise Figure in Amplifiers- Thermal Noise, Shot Noise, Flicker Noise, Friss Formula; [4 Lectures]

Class A, Class B and Class AB power amplifiers with reference to Complementary Symmetry Amplifiers; [5 Lectures]

Barkhausen Criteria and Oscillators- Wien Bridge, RC-phase shift, Quadrature, Hartley, Colpitts Oscillator; [6 Lectures]

Tuned Amplifier- Single Tuned Amplifier, [4 Lectures]

[Total 48 Lectures]

Text Book: (1) Micro-Electronics by Millman & Grabel, McGraw Hill;

(2) Integrated Electronics by Millman & Halkias, McGraw Hill;

References: (1)Micro Electronic Circuits by Sedra & Smith, Oxford University;

(2) Micro Electyronic Circuits- Analysis & Design, by Rashid, PWS Publishing House;

(3) Semiconductor Circuit Applications- an Introduction to Transistors and IC’s by Malvino, TMH;

(4)"Micro Electronics Circuit Design",- Richard C. Jaeger, McGraw Hill 1997.

(5) Electronic Priciples, Albert Malvino & Davis J.Bates, 7th Ed. TMH.

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