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SHRI VISHNU ENGINEERING COLLEGE FOR WOMEN:: BHIMAVARAM

LESSON PLAN
COURSE: II YEAR B.Tech
BRANCH: E.C.E -A

CLASS
: II B.Tech II SEM
ACADEMIC YEAR: 2014-15

SUBJECT: ELECTRONIC CIRCUIT ANALYSIS


Pre-requisite Courses and Assumed Knowledge and Capabilities
You should have completed a course in Electronic Circuits Analysis at 2nd year university level,
You should be familiar with electronic device characteristics, be able to use small signal equivalent
circuits and analyse basic electronic circuits using DC and AC circuit analysis techniques.
Course Description
This course presents the actual concepts of several electronic devices and circuits and the
design details, in order to meet a given system specification. System, signal, circuit and
component considerations are incorporated.
The material for this course is presented in 6 modules:
1-High frequency transistor amplifier model
2-Multistage Amplifier circuits
3- Feedback Amplifier Circuits
4- Oscillator Circuits
5- Tuned Amplifier
6- Power Amplifiers
Objectives/Learning Outcomes/Capability Development
On successful completion of this course, you will be

Able to perform the analysis of small signal and high frequency hybrid model
circuits.
Able to understand the concept of multistage amplifiers, analysis of multistage
amplifier and its frequency response.
Able to study and analyze the performance of negative as well as positive
feedback circuits.
Able to design RC and LC oscillators and determine the frequency stability for
tuned amplifiers.
Able to understand the operation of large signal amplifiers

You will gain or improve capabilities in:


Theoretical knowledge and software package application skills: you will become familiar with the
concept of several useful electronic circuits and professional usage of circuit simulation software.
Technical ability: with its emphasis on problem solving and laboratory work, this course prepares
you to be able to analyse and design circuits in a systematic manner, with an ability to design and
implement electronic circuits.
Critical analysis and problem solving: you will develop capabilities in the analysis and interpretation
of different circuits.
Communication and working in teams: your capabilities will be improved through the presentation
of written laboratory reports, and assignments.
Overview of Learning Activities
Attend Lectures/tutorials.
Work with others in a team.
Solve problems.
Participate in laboratories: analyse, design, implement, test and write reports.
Collect, analyse information.

Use simulation packages to help circuit analysis/design.


Prepare for short tests and final exam.

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No. of
hrs

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5

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1

10

11

12

13

14

15

16
17
18

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1
1

19

20

21

22

2
1

23
24

25

26

27

Reference
(Books with Page Date
Numbers)
Unit I Small Signal High Frequency Transistor Amplifier models
Transistor at High frequencies
T1 of Page no 348
21-1-15
to 349
22-1-15
Hybrid CE Model, Hybrid Conductances
T1 of page no 350
23-1-15
to 353
27-1-15
Hybrid Capacitances
T1 of page no 353
28-1-15
to 355
29-1-15
Validity of Hybrid Model
T1 of page no 355
30-1-15
CE Short circuit current gain
T1 of page no 356
02-2-15
to 359
Current gain with Resistive Load
T1 of page no 359
03-2-15
to 361
Single stage CE Amplifier Response
T1 of page no 361
04-2-15
to 365
Cut-off frequencies, frequency response, Gain T1 of page no 3615 05-2-15
Bandwidth Product
to 370
Determination of high-frequency parameters in T1 of page no 367
06-2-15
terms of low-frequency parameters
to 370
Common source Amplifier at High frequency
T2 of page no 412
09-2-15
to 415
Common Drain Amplifier at High frequency
T2 of page no 415
10-2-15
to 416
Unit II Multistage Amplifier
Classification of Amplifiers, Methods of
T1 of page no 256
11-2-15
coupling
Cascading transistor amplifier
T1 of page no 258
13-2-15
to 263
Analysis of RC coupling amplifier
T2 of page no 364
16-2-15
to 376
High input resistance transistor circuitsT1 of page no 274
18-2-15
Darlington pair
to 279
Cascode amplifier
T2 of page no 300
19-2-15
Boot strap emitter follower
T2 of page no 303
20-2-15
Direct coupling and transformer coupling
T2 of page no 377
23-2-15
to 384&384 to 387
Differential amplifier using BJT
T2 of page no 323
24-2-15
to 336
Two stage RC coupled amplifier Using FET
T1 of page no 388
25-2-15
UNIT-III Feedback Amplifiers
Classification of amplifiers
T1 of page no 408
26-2-15
to 410
feedback concept, Transfer gain with feedback T1 of page no 410
27-2-15
to 416
General characteristics of negative feedback
T1 of page no 416
02-3-15
amplifiers
to 419
Effect of feedback on input and output
T1 of page no 419
02-3-15
resistances
to 425
Method of analysis of feedback amplifiers
T1 of page no 425
03-3-15
to 426
Voltage series feedback amplifier analysis
T1 of page no 426
03-3-15
to 432
Voltage shunt feedback amplifier analysis
T1 of page no
04-3-15
Topics planned

Remarks

441to 445
28

Current series feedback amplifier analysis

29

Current shunt feedback amplifier

30
31

1
1

06-3-15
06-3-15

32

33

34

Comparison of feedback amplifiers


Problems
UNIT-IV Oscillators
Condition for oscillations, RC phase shift
T1 of page no 483
oscillator with BJT
to 485&487 TO
488
RC phase shift oscillator with FET
T1 of page no 485
to 487
Hartley and Colpitts Oscillator
T1 of page no 508
to 517
Wien bridge oscillator and crystal oscillator
T1 of page no 528
to 529&531 TO
534
Frequency and amplitude stability of
T1 of page no 536
oscillators
to 537
Unit V Power Amplifiers
Class A large signal amplifier
T1 of page no 677
to 679
Second harmonic distortions
T1 of page no 679
to 681
Higher order Harmonic Distortion
T1 of page no 681
to 684
Transformer coupled audio power amplifier
T1 of page no 684
&Efficiency
to 690
Push pull amplifiers
T1 of page no 690
to 691
Class B amplifiers, Class AB amplifier
T1 of page no 692
to 696
Complementary symmetry push pull amplifier T2 of page no 442
to 443
Class C amplifier, Advanced power amplifiers T2 of page no 443
to 445
Thermal stability
T2 of page no 445
to 446
Heat sinks, Distortion in amplifiers
T2 of page no 446
to 449
Unit VI Tuned Amplifiers
Introduction
T2 of page no 451
Q-factor, Small signal Tuned amplifier
T2 of page no 452
to 455 &455 to
463
Capacitance single tuned amplifier
T2 of page no 455
to 463
Double Tuned amplifiers
T2 of page no 463
to 473
Effect of cascading single tuned amplifiers on
bandwidth
Effect of cascading double tuned amplifiers on
bandwidth
Staggers tuned amplifiers

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20-4-15
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22-4-15
23-4-15
24-4-15

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36

37

38

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46

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48

1
2

49

50

51

52

53

T1 of page no 432
to 437
T1 of page no 437
to 441
T1 of page no 426

T2 of page no 473
to 475
T2 of page no 475
T2 of page no 475
to 476

04-3-15
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54

Stability of tuned amplifiers, Wideband


amplifiers

T2 of page no 479
to 482

27-4-15
28-4-15

Text Books :
1. Integrated Electronics J. Millman and C.C. Halkias, Mc Graw-Hill, 1972.
2. Electronic Devices and Circuits - Salivahanan, N.Suressh Kumar, A. Vallavaraj,
TATA McGraw Hill, Second Edition
3. Electronic Circuit Analysis-B.V.Rao, K.R.Rajeswari, P.C.R.Pantulu,K.B.R.Murthy,
Pearson Publications

References :
1. Electronic Devices and Circuits Theory Robert L. Boylestad and Louis
Nashelsky, Pearson/Prentice Hall, 9th Edition, 2006.
2. Micro Electronic Circuits Sedra A.S. and K.C. Smith, Oxford University Press,5th
ed.
3.
Electronic Circuit Analysis and Design Donald A. Neaman, Mc Graw Hill.

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