Physics Practical Iii
This course is designed to provide students with fundamental concepts of
Electronic Circuits for lab experience. Transient analysis and frequency
response of Single and Multistage BJT and FET Amplifier. Study of operation of
Oscillators and Waveform generators like Multivibrators and Schmitt trigger.
Study of frequency response of Tuned and Feedback Amplifier. Application of
simulation tools to understand the circuit characteristics.
This course aims
at obtaining characteristics of power electronic devices. To understand the
commutation techniques used in power electronics circuits and to test different
power electronics converters.
By the end of this
course, the student should be able to:
§ impart hands on
experience in verification of circuit laws and theorems.
§ experimentally describe
the characteristics of diodes, BJT’s and FET’s.
§ analyze circuit
characteristics and simulation of time response and to
§ explore the
concepts involved in oscillators.
§ Describe the basic
working of oscillators.
§ develop the
digital concepts in mod counters.
§ apply digital
concepts in sequential logic systems.
§ develop the basic
programming of 8085 using arithmetic operations
completing the course is expected to demonstrate knowledge and understanding of
§ characteristics of
diodes, BJT’s and FET’s
§ operation of
bipolar, field effect transistors, and op-amps
§ basic working of
oscillators of the key concepts
communications and their application in communication systems
§ digital concepts
in sequential logic systems.
§ concepts of
transfer functions, block diagrams, poles and zeros and simple feedback systems