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Electronic Devices and Circuits II

By Rajiv Tiwari

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Book Details

  • 978-81-88870-27-1
  • English
  • 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
  • Paper Back
  • 560


  • 1. High Frequency Amplifiers
    Objectives, Introduction, Hybrid- Model of CE Transistor, Hybrid- Conductances, Transconductance gm, Hybrid  Capacitances, Relationship among Hybrid- Parameters and h-Parameters at Low Frequency, Variation of Hybrid- Parameters, Transconductance, gm, Input Resistance, rbe, Base Spreading Resistance, rbb, Diffusion Capacitance Ce, Collector Junction Capacitance Cc, High Frequency Analysis of CE Amplifier, CE Short Circuit Current Gain, Cut-Off Frequency, f, Gain-Bandwidth Product, (Unity Gain Frequency fT), Current Gain with Resistive Load, High Frequency Analysis of CE Including Source Resistance RS, Emitter Follower at High Frequency, Alternative form of Hybrid- Model, Frequency Response and Rise Time, Review Questions.
    2. Feedback Amplifiers
    Objectives, Introduction, Classification of Amplifiers, Voltage Amplifier, Current Amplifier, Transconductance Amplifier, Transresistance Amplifier, Feedback Concept, Transfer Gain with Feedback, Feedback Topology, Voltage-Series Feedback, Current-Series Feedback, Voltage-Shunt Feedback, Current-Shunt Feedback, General Characteristics of Negative Feedback Amplifier, Merits of Negative Feedback, Demerits of Negative Feedback, Input and Output Resistances, Method of Analysis, Analysis of Voltage-Series Feedback, Common-Collector (Emitter Follower) Circuit, Common Drain (Source Follower) Circuit, Analysis of Current-Series Feedback, Common Emitter Amplifier with Unbypassed RE, Common-Source FET with Unbypassed RS, Analysis of Voltage-Shunt Feedback, Analysis of Current-Shunt Feedback, Stability Criterion, Gain-Bandwidth Product, Compensation Techniques (Frequency Compensation), Miller’s Compensations, Review Questions.
    3. Sinusoidal Oscillators
    Objectives, Introduction, Classification, Concept of Feedback, Principle of Operation, Barkhausen Criterion for Sustained Oscillation, Condition for Commencement of Oscillation (Practical Oscillator), Elements of Transistor Oscillator, Tuned Collector Oscillator, Hartley Oscillator, Colpitts Oscillator, R–C Phase Shift Oscillator using OP-AMP, R-C Phase Shift Oscillator using BJT, R-C Phase Shift Oscillator using FET, R-C Phase Shift Oscillator using OP-AMP, Wien Bridge Oscillator, Crystal Oscillator, Review Questions.
    4. Non Sinusoidal Oscillators
    Objectives, Introduction, Multivibrator, Monostable Multivibrator, Monostable Multivibrator using 555 Timer, Astable Multivibrator, Bi–Stable Multivibrator, Schmitt Trigger, Schmitt Trigger using Transistors, Schmitt Trigger using OP-AMP, Blocking Oscillator, Bleeder Resistor, Review Questions.
    5. Power Amplifiers
    Objectives, Introduction, Performance Criteria for Power Amplifiers, Classification of Power Amplifiers, Class-A Amplifier, Class-B Amplifier, Class-AB Amplifier, Class-C Amplifier, Class-D Amplifier, Analysis of Class-A Amplifier, Series Fed Class-A Amplifier (Direct Coupled Class-A Amplifier), Transformer Coupled Class-A Amplifier, Harmonic Distortion, Second Harmonic Distortion, Higher Order Harmonic Generation, Power of Signal having Distortion, Push-Pull Amplifier, Class A Push-Pull Configuration, Class-B Push-Pull Amplifier, Transformer Less Push-Pull Amplifier, Push-Pull Configuration without Output Transformer, Push-Pull Configuration without Input and Output Transformer (Complementary Symmetry Circuit), Quasi-Complementary Symmetry Push-Pull Circuit, Cross Over Distortion, Class-AB Push-Pull Amplifier, Class-C Tuned Amplifier, Class-D Amplifier, Comparison of Voltage Amplifier and Power Amplifier, Power Transistors (BJT), Operation of Transistor in cut-off and Saturation Region, Power MOSFET, V-MOSFET, Review Questions.
    6. Operational Amplifier
    Objectives, Introduction, Block Diagram Representation of an OP-AMP, Schematic Symbol of an OP-AMP, Equivalent Circuit of OP-AMP, Electrical Parameters of OP-AMP, Input Offset Voltage (Vio), Input Offset Current (Iio), Output Offset Voltage VOO, Input Offset Current Drift, Input Offset Voltage Drift, Input Bias Current (IB), Common Mode Rejection Ratio (CMRR), Supply Voltage Rejection Ratio (SVRR) or Power Supply Rejection Ratio (PSRR), Slew Rate (SR), Gain Bandwidth Product (GB), Characteristics of Ideal OP-AMP, Voltage Transfer Curve, Open Loop Configurations of OP-AMP, Differential Amplifier, Non-Inverting Amplifier, Inverting Amplifier, OP-AMP with Feedback, Types of Feedback, Virtual Ground, Basic OP-AMP Applications, Scale Changer or Weighted Amplifier, Summing Amplifier (Adder), Averaging Amplifier, Differential DC Amplifier and Subtractor, Phase Shifting Amplifier, Integrator, Differentiator, Current to Voltage Converter, Voltage to Current Converter, Logarithmic Amplifier (Log Amplifier), Antilogarithmic Amplifier (Antilog Amplifier), Stable AC Coupled Amplifier, Analog Computation, Comparator (Voltage Level Detector), Sample and Hold Circuits, Precision AC/DC Converters (Precision Rectifiers), Peak Detector, Review Questions.
    7. Tuned Amplifier
    Objectives, Introduction, Band Pass Amplifier, Parallel Resonant Circuit (Antiresonant or Tank Circuit), Bandwidth of Parallel Resonant Circuit, Classification of Tuned Amplifiers, Analysis of Single Tuned Amplifiers, Capacitance Coupled Single Tuned Amplifiers, Transformer Coupled or Inductively Coupled Single Tuned Amplifier, Pulse Response of Single Tuned Amplifier, Double Tuned Transformer Coupled Amplifier, Pulse Response of Double Tuned Amplifier (Freuency Response Curve), Stagger Tuned Amplifiers (Shunt Peaked Circuits for Increased Bandwidth), Pulse Response of Amplifier, Review Questions.
    8. Intergrated Circuits
    Objectives, Introduction, Characteristics and Power Requirement of IC, Biasing Consideration in IC, Power Requirement for IC, Precision AC/DC Converters (Precision Rectifiers), Peak Detector, Analog-to-Digital (A to D) Converters, Ramp Type A to D Converter, Dual Slope A to D Converter, Successive-Approximation Type A to D Converter, IC 555 Timer and its Applications, Astable Multivibrator using 555 Timer, Monostable Multivibrator using 555 Timer, Regulated Power Supplies for IC, Series Voltage Regulator, Shunt Voltage Regulator, Zener Diode Working as Shunt Regulator, Monolithic Regulator, Digital to Analog (D to A) Converters, Binary Weighted Resistance Type DAC, Binary Ladder DAC (R-2R Ladder Type DAC), Review Questions.
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