Course Details

Subject {L-T-P / C} : EC2700 : Basic Electronics Laboratory {0-0-2 / 1}
Subject Nature : Practical
Coordinator : Prof. Ayas Kanta Swain

Syllabus

1. Familiarization with basic electronic instruments and identification of different passive (resistor, inductor, capacitor and potentiometer) and active (diodes, BJTs and FETs) components.
2. Study of Electronic Equipment (Power Supply, Multimeter, Function Generator and DSO)
(i) Measurement of AC and DC voltages and currents and resistances by Digital Multimeter.
(ii) Study of Digital Storage Oscilloscope (DSO) and Function Generator: Connection, Display and Measurement of various types of periodic signals (sine, square, triangular).
3. Study of static V-I characteristic of Semiconductor diode and Zener diode
4. Study of different types of Rectifiers using junction diode and filter circuit.
5. Study of input and output characteristics of BJT and determination of the Q- point and load line, input resistance (Ri), Output Resistance (Rout).
6. Study of an RC coupled CE transistor amplifier and determination of its gain, bandwidth and signal handling capacity.
7. Verification of the frequency response of Passive and Active high pass and low pass filters.
8. Study of Input and output characteristics of FET and determining the Pinch-off Voltage (Vp) and Idss.
9. Study of different DC and AC bridges.
10. Study and characterization of resistive/inductive/ capacitive/ peizo-electric sensors.
11. Study of logic gates and implementation of simple combinational circuits.
12. Mini project: To design and test a small circuit (amplifier, oscillator, filter: any one)

Course Objectives

  1. To study about diodes, zener diodes, BJTs and FETs.
  2. To plot the VI characteristics of the given diode and transistors.
  3. To learn amplifiers,oscillators and filters.

Course Outcomes

It helps students in understanding the fundamental knowledge of electronic devices, circuits and systems.

Essential Reading

  1. S. Sedra and K. C. Smith, Microelectronic Circuits, Oxford University Press Sixth edition
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