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Laboratory-I (Electronics): Course Outline (PH-309)

Introductory laboratory in analog electronics. Topics to be covered are DC circuits, AC circuits, complex impedance analysis, diodes, transistors, and amplifiers

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Course Outline

  • Showing relation of two physical quantities by means of Graphs.
  • Study of CRO and Frequency generator.
  • Characteristics of semiconductor diode .
  • Characteristics of Zener diode .
  • Single phase Half wave rectifiers with inductive and capacitive filters.
  • Single phase Full wave rectifiers with inductive and capacitive filters.
  • Use of diode as Logic gates.
  • Characteristics of transistor under CE
  • Characteristics of transistor under CB
  • Characteristics of transistor under CC
  • To construct an RC coupled Single stage amplifier) Using transistor as an amplifier.
  • Using transistor as Multi vibrator.(A stable, Bi stable and Mono Stable Multi vibrator)
  • To construct RC oscillator using Transistor.
  • Characterization of op-amp.

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