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Total No. of Questions : 09
B.Tech (Electronics Engg.) (Sem.–3)
ANALOG DEVICES & CIRCUITS
Subject Code : BTEC-301
Paper ID : [A1130]
Time : 3 Hrs. Max. Marks : 60

INST RUCT IONS T O CANDIDAT ES :


1. SECTION-A is COMPULSORY cons is ting of TEN questions carrying TWO marks
each.
2. SECTION-B c ontains FIVE questions c arrying FIVE marks eac h and s tudents
have to atte mpt any FOUR ques tions.
3. SECTION-C contains THREE questions carrying TEN marks e ach and s tudents
have to atte mpt any TWO questions.

SECTION-A

1. Write briefly :

a. What is velocity saturation?

b. Explain potential barrier in a p-n junction diode.

c. What is Miller effect?

d. What do you mean transistor biasing?

e. Enlist various feed-back mechanisms used in the amplifiers.

f. What is peak-inverse voltage of a diode rectifier?

g. Explain thermal runaway in the BJT.

h. Write down the working principle of LED.

i. Compare the Zener and Avalanche breakdown.

j. A uniform piece of n-type of silicon that is 1m long senses a voltage of 1V.
Determine the velocity of the electrons.

SECTION-B

2. Draw the circuit diagram of full waver bride rectifier and compute Idc, Irms, Ripple factor,
Efficiency of rectification, and PIV of a diode.

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3. Determine the output voltage in Fig. 2 if Is = 5 × 10-16 A.

RL 1 k
IC 3V

Vout
750 mV Q1

Fig. 1 Circuit diagram


4. Discuss various classes of power amplifiers. Discuss biasing criteria for each class.
5. Explain the depletion and enhancement MOSFETs using their characteristic plots.
6. Explain CB and CE junction capacitances and junction capacitance at high frequencies.

SECTION-C
7. Design the circuit of Fig. 2 so as to provide a transconductance of (1/52) for Q1. Assume
Vcc = 2.5 V,  = 100, and Is = 5 × l0 -17 A. What is the maximum tolerable value of Rc?
VCC
R1 RC Small Enough to
Avoid Saturation
Y
I1 IC
X Q1
I1 >> IB
IB
R2
RE +
VRE > > Variation in VX and VBE

Fig. 2 Circuit diagram
8. Derive the expression of voltage gain, current gain, input impedance, and output
impedance in a common collector amplifier using h-parameters.
9. Calculate the bias current of M1 in Fig. 3. Assume nCox = 100 A/V2 and VTH = 0.4 V.
If the gate voltage increases by 10 mV, what is the change in the drain voltage?
VDD = 1.8 V

RD 5 k

ID

X
M1 W 2
=
L 0.18
1V

Fig. 3 Circuit diagram

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