[blockquote]Course Content At a Glance::::[/blockquote]
[highlight]Course credits : 3[/highlight]
[highlight]Hours per week : 3 (90 minutes Lecture in one week.)[/highlight]
[highlight]>>[/highlight]This course introduces students to universe of electronic devices and circuits, presenting the techniques of construction principle of operation and problem analysis. Upon successfully completing the course, students will be able to:
1. gather knowledge about various electronic components and their uses.
2. gather knowledge about various electronic circuits and their uses.
3. gather knowledge about the fastest growing electronic world and their application in computer.
[highlight]As Electronic Circuit:-1 (EEE-201)[/highlight]
Ideal diode, p-n junction diode: operating principle, current-voltage characteristics, DC and AC models. Diode circuits: Half and full wave rectifiers, rectifier with capacitor filter, clipping and clamping circuits. Zener diode and zener shunt regulator. Bipolar junction transistor (BJT): structure and physical operation, BJT characteristics, BJT as an amplifier, biasing BJT amplifiers, small signal equivalent circuit models, BJT as a switch. Single-stage mid-band frequency BJT amplifiers with different configurations: voltage and current gain, input and output resistances. Metal-oxide-semiconductor field-effect-transistor (MOSFET): structure and physical operation of enhancement type MOSFETs, current-voltage characteristics, threshold voltage and body effect, biasing MOSFET amplifiers, small signal operation and models, single-stage mid-band frequency MOSFET amplifiers with different configurations.
[highlight]As Electronic Circuit (ICT-205)[/highlight]
Diode Circuits: The diode as a circuit element; Load line; Piece wise linear model; Half wave, full wave & bridge rectifiers; Voltage regulators and voltage doublers. Wave shaping Circuit: Clipping, Clamping and switching circuits. Junction Transistor: Construction, operation and characteristics; Operating point and load lines; Three basic configurations of transistor biasing; biasing stability and thermal runway. Transistor Equivalent Circuits: Hybrid model; h and P parameters; Low and high frequency models; Pass band and mid range response, high frequency response, the Miller effect & GBW products of an amplifier. Field Effect Transistors: Construction, operation & characteristics, common-source, common-drain and common-gate configuration. Amplifiers: Class A, Class B & Class C amplifiers, R-C coupled, Direct coupled and Transformer coupled amplifier, push-pull, complementary symmetry amplifier, simple tuned, inductively tuned and double tuned amplifier, power amplifier, wide band amplifier. Operational amplifiers and applications: Linear application of op-amp,Feedback, gain, input and output impedances, Properties of an ideal Op-Amp, non-inverting and inverting amplifiers, integrator, differentiator, weighted summer and other applications of Op-Amp circuits, frequency response and bandwidth.Active Filters: Butterworth filters, Band-pass filters, Band Reject Filters, All pass Filters.
[blockquote] LECTURE MATERIALS [/blockquote]
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