Syllabus For The Subject Electric Circuit Theory (Network)

ELECTRIC CIRCUIT THEORY (NETWORK)

Contents

Preface

Chapter-1 Semiconductor diodes

Introduction

Semiconductor materials: Ge, Si,and GaAs

Covalent bonding and intrinsic materials

Energy levels

Extrinsic materials: n-type and p-type

Semiconductor diode

Ideal versus practical

Resistance levels

Diode equivalent circuits

Transition and diffusion capacitance

Reverse recovery time

Diode specification sheets

Semiconductor diode notation

Diode testing

Zener diodes

Light-emitting diodes

Summary

Computer analysis

 

Chapter-2 Diode applications

Introduction

Load-line analysis

Series diode configurations

Parallel and series-parallel configurations

AND/OR gates

Sinusoidal inputs: half wave rectification

Full –wave rectification

Clippers

Clampers

Zener diodes

Voltage-multiplier circuits

Practical applications

Summary

Computer analysis

 

Chapter -3 bipolar junction transistors

Introduction

 Transistor construction

Transistor operation

Common –emitter configuration

Common –collector configuration

Limits of operation

Transistor specification sheet

Transistor testing

Transistor testing

Transistor testing

Transistor casting and terminal identification

Summary

Computer analysis

 

Chapter-4 DC biasing-BJTS

Introduction

Operating point

Fixed-bias configuration

Emitter-bias configuration

Voltage-divider bias configuration

Collector feedback configuration

Emitter-follower configuration

Common-base configuration

Miscellaneous bias configurations

Summary table

Design operations

Current mirror circuits

Current source circuits

Pnp transistors

Transistors switching networks

Troubleshooting techniques

Bias stabilization

Practical applications

Summary

Computer analysis

Chapter-5 BJT AC analysis

Introduction

Application in the AC domain

BJT transistor modeling

The re transistor model

Common-emitter fixed-bias configuration

Voltage –divider bias

CE emitter-bias configuration

Emitter-follower configuration

Common-base configuration

Collector feedback configuration

Determining the current gain

Effect of Rl and Rs

Summary tables

Two-port systems approach

Cascaded systems

Darlington connection

Feedback pair

The hybrid equivalent model

Approximate hybrid equivalent circuit

Complete hybrid equivalent model

Hybrid model

Variations of transistor parameters

Troubleshooting

Practical applications

Summary

Computer analysis

 

Chapter- 6 Field-effect transistors

Introduction

Construction and characteristics of JEETs

Transfer characteristics

Specification sheets

Instrumentation

Important relationships

Depletion-type MOSFET

Enhancement-type MOSFET

MOSFET handling

VMOS

CMOS

MESFETs

Summary table

Summary

Computer analysis

 

 

Chapter-7 FET biasing

Introduction

Fixed-bias configuration

Self-bias configuration

Voltage-divider biasing

Common-gate configuration

Special case Vgsq=ov

Depletion-type mosfets

Enhancement-type MOSFETs

Summary table

Combination networks

Design

Troubleshooting

p-Chanel FETs

Universal JEET bias curve

Practical applications

Summary

Computer analysis

 

Chapter-8 FET Amplifiers

Introduction

JEET small-signal model

Fixed-bias configuration

Self-bias configuration

Voltage-divider configuration

Common-gate configuration

Source-follower (common-drain) configuration

Depletion-type MOSFETs

Enhancement-type MOSFETs

E-MOSFET drain-feedback configuration

E-MOSFET drain-feedback configuration

Designing FET amplifier networks

Summary table

Effect of Rl and Rsig

Cascade configuration

Troubleshooting

Practical applications

Summary

Computer analysis

 

 

Chapter-9 BJT and JEFT frequency response

Introduction

Logarithms

Decibels

General frequency considerations

Normalization process

Low-frequency analysis-bode plot

Low-frequency response-BJT amplifier

Miller effect capacitance

High-frequency  response-BJT amplifier

High-frequency response-FET amplifier

Multistage frequency effects

Square-wave testing

Summary

Computer analysis

 

 

Chapter-10 Operational amplifiers

Introduction

Differential amplifier circuit

BiFET,BIMOS ,and CMOS differential amplifier circuits

Op-amp basics

Practical op-Amp circuits

Op-amp specifications-DC offset parameters

Op-amp specifications-frequency parameters

Differential and common-mode operation

Summary

Computer analysis

 

 

Chapter-11 Op-amp applications

Constant-gain multiplier

Voltage summing

Voltage buffer

Controlled sources

Instrumentation circuits

Active filters

Summary

  Computer analysis

 

 

Chapter-12 : Power amplifiers

Introduction-definitions and amplifiers types

Series-fed class A amplifier

Transformer-coupled class a amplifier

Class B amplifier circuits

Amplifier distortion

Power transistor heat sinking

Class C and Class D amplifiers

Summary

Computer analysis

 

 

Chapter-13 linear-digital ICs

Introduction

Comparator unit operation

Digital-analog converters

Timer IC unit operation

Voltage-controlled oscillator

Phase-locked loop

Interfacing circuitry

Summary

Computer analysis

 

 

Chapter-14 Feedback and oscillator circuits

Feedback concepts

Feedback connection types

Practical feedback circuits

Feedback amplifier-phase and frequency considerations

Oscillator operation

Phase-shift oscillator

Wien bridge oscillator

Tuned oscillator

Tuned oscillator circuit

Crystal oscillator

Unijunction oscillator

Summary

Computer analysis

 

 

Chapter-15 Power supplies (voltage regulators)

Introduction

General filter considerations

Capacitor filter

RC filter

Discrete transistor voltage regulation

IC voltage regulators

Practical applications

Summary

Computer analysis

 

Chapter-16 other two-terminal devices

Introduction

Schottky  barrier (hot-carrier) diodes

Varactor (varicap) diodes

Power diodes

Tunnel diodes

Photodiodes

Photoconductive cells

IR emitters

Liquid-crystal displays

Solar cells

Thermistors

Summary

 

Chapter -17 pnpn and other devices

Introduction

Silicon-controlled rectifier

Basic silicon-controlled rectifier operation

SCR characteristics and ratings

SCR construction and terminal identification

SCR applications

Silicon-controlled switch

Gate turn-off switch

Light –activated SCR

 Shockley diode

Diac

Triac

Unijunction transistor

Phototransistors

Opto-isolators

Programmable unijunction transistor

Summary

  

 

   

 

 

 

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