Electronic Circuits Laboratory - I

The Electronic Circuits Laboratory - I is accessible to undergraduate students of all the departments. The lab is well equipped with Cathode Ray Oscilloscopes, function generators, digital multimeters, general purpose ICs, etc. used in design and implementation of basic electronic circuits.

Experiments performed in the lab range from hardware design and implementation of rectifiers, analysis of transistor characteristics, comparators, synchronous and asynchronous counters, latches, frequency-meter, opamp applications etc.

- 30MHz Oscilloscopes
- Function Generators
- Digital Desktop Multimeters
- Multi Output DC Power Supply

- Familiarization with the laboratory equipment and basic components
- Verification of superposition theorem, Thevenin’s theorem and maximum power transfer theorem
- To find the step response of RC and RL circuits and RLC series circuit resonance
- Design and analysis of half wave rectifier and clipping circuits 5) Design and analysis of full-wave rectifier and Zener regulator
- Realization of amplifier circuits with Op-Amp (Operational Amplifier)
- To determine the voltage gain, the “maximum undistorted peak-to-peak output voltage swing” (MUOVS) and the maximum input voltage for undistorted output for common-emitter amplifier and study the effect of emitter bypass capacitor on voltage gain
- Designing a voltage to frequency converter

**EE204: Analog Circuits Laboratory:**

- Beta meter for BJT
- Two-stage CE amplifier
- CE-CB cascode amplifier
- Programmable gain amplifier using analog switch
- Phase-locked loop and frequency multiplier
- Isolation amplifier using opto-coupler
- Active filters using op amp
- Current mirror using transistor array

**Faculty Incharge**:Prof. Rohit Sinha

**Associate Faculty Incharge**: Dr. R. K. Sonkar

**Staff Incharge:**Pranab Jyoti Goswami