Course Details

Subject {L-T-P / C} : EE2403 : Analog Electronics {3-0-0 / 3}
Subject Nature : Theory
Coordinator : Prof. Prasanna Kumar Sahu


Scope and applications of analog electronic circuits, Amplifier models: Voltage amplifier, Current amplifier, transconductance amplifier and transresistance amplifier. Biasing schemes for BJT and FET amplifiers, bias stability, various configurations(such as CE/CS, CB/CG, CC/CD) and their features, small signal analysis, low frequency transistor models, estimation of voltage gain, input resistance, output resistance etc., design procedure for particular specifications, low frequency analysis of multistage amplifiers. High frequency transistor models, frequency response of single stage and multistage amplifiers, various classes of operation (Class A, B, AB, C etc.), their power efficiency and linearity issues. Oscillators: Review of the basic concept, Barkhausen criterion,RC oscillators (phase shift, Wien bridge etc.), LC oscillators (Hartley, Collpit, Clapp etc.) . Differential amplifier: Basic structure and principle of operation, calculation of differential gain, common mode gain, CMRR and PSRR. OP-AMP design: design of differential amplifier for a given specification, design of gain stages and output stages, compensation. OPAMP applications: review of inverting and non-inverting amplifiers, integrator and differentiator, summing amplifier, precision rectifier, non-sinusoidal oscillators, Schmitt trigger and its applications. Active filters: Low pass, high pass, bandpass and bandstop, design guidelines. Digital-to-analog converters (DAC): Weighted resistor, R-2R ladder, resistor string etc. Analog-to-digital converters (ADC): Single slope, dual slope, successive approximation, etc.

Course Objectives

  1. To impart knowledge in electronic devices and circuits to the undergraduate students.
  2. Student should be able to read circuit diagrams of intermediate complexity and Deduce function from the combination of building blocks.
  3. Student should consolidate the previous knowledge and skills in physics and
    mathematics, and the newly acquired ones in electronics, at each phase, to reach to a
    higher competence level in electronic circuits.
  4. Student should understand that very good knowledge and skills in applied
    mathematics is fundamental in electronics engineering.

Course Outcomes

1.Gain in Engineering Knowledge
2. Problem Analysis in academic platform
3. Scope for Design and Development of electronic systems
4.Lifelong learning, Project management and Finance
5. Conduct investigations on complex problems
6. Product developments for engineers and Society

Essential Reading

  1. Sedra and Smith, Microelectronic Circuits, Oxford University Press , 7th. edition,2018
  2. A Donald Neaman, Electronic Circuits: Analysis and Design, McGraw Hill Education , 3rd Edition,2018(Reprint)

Supplementary Reading

  1. David Bell, Electronic Devices and Circuits, Oxford University Press , 5th. Edition, 2018
  2. Behzad Razavi, Fundamentals of microelectronics, John Wiley , 2nd. Edition, 2006