ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING KTU B-TECH Modified S3 SYLLABUS 2016,Linear Algebra,Design Automation Lab,circuits lab

ELECTRONICS  AND COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING KTU B-TECH Modified S3 SYLLABUS 2016,Linear Algebra,Design Automation Lab,circuits lab



7. MA201 Linear Algebra & Complex Analysis



    Syllabus:-

    Analyticity of complex functions-Complex differentiation-Conformal mappings-Complex integration-System of linear equations-Eigen value problem.

    ELECTRONICS  AND COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING KTU B-TECH Modified S3 SYLLABUS 2016


    Text Book:-

     Erwin Kreyszig: Advanced Engineering Mathematics, 10th ed. Wiley


    8. EC233 Electronic Design Automation Lab


      List of Exercises / Experiments 


      1 . Introduction to SPICE [Institution can use any one circuit simulation package with schematic entry like EDWinXP, PSpice, Multisim, Proteus or CircuitLab.] 

      Introduction to SPICE software. Recognize various schematic symbols /model parameters of resistor, capacitor, inductor, energy sources (VCVS, CCVS, Sinusoidal source, pulse, etc), transformer, DIODE, BJT, FET, MOSFET,  units & values etc.


      Use SPICE Schematic Editor to draw and analyse (DC, AC, Transient) simple analog and digital electronic circuits. List of Experiments using SPICE [Six experiments mandatory] Simulation of following circuits using SPICE [Schematic entry of circuits using standard package, Analysis –Transient, AC, DC] 

      1. Potential divider network 

      2. RC integrating and differentiating circuits 

      3. Diode, BJT and MOSFET characteristics 

      4. Diode Circuits (Clipping, Clamping, Rectifiers) 

      5. RC coupled amplifier (Single & two stages) 



      ELECTRONICS  AND COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING KTU B-TECH Modified S3 SYLLABUS 2016



      6. RC oscillator (RC phase shift / Wien Bridge) 

      7. Astable multivibrator 

      8. Truth table verification of basic and universal gates

      9. Half adder /full adder circuits using gates 

      10. 4 bit adder/BCD adder 

      11. Encoder/Multiplexers 

      12. Flipflops/Counters 



      Introduction to MATLAB [Institution can use any one numerical computational package like SciLab, Octave, Spyder, Python (scipy) or Freemat instead of MATLAB] Fundamentals, basic operations on array, matrix, complex numbers etc.,

      List of Experiments:- [Four experiments mandatory] Write program and obtain the solutions


      1. Solve /plot the mathematical equations containing complex numbers, array, matrix multiplication and quadratic equations etc 

      2. Obtain different types of plots (2D/3D, surface plot, polar plot) 

      3. Generate and plot various signals like sine square, pulse in same window. 

      4. Plot the diode/transistor characteristics. 

      5. Solve node, mesh and loop equations of simple electrical/network circuits. 

      6. Find the poles and zeros hence plot the transfer functions/polynomials 

      7. Sort numbers in ascending order and save to another text file using text read and sort function after reading n floating point numbers from a formatted text file stored in the system. 

      8. Plot a full wave rectified waveform using Fourier series 3 Introduction to HDL [Institution can choose VHDL or Verilog as language to describe the problem and any one simulation/synthesis tool like Xilinix ISE, Modelsim, QSim, verilog, VHDL, EDwinXP or ORCAD etc. for the simulation.]

      List of Experiments using HDL Write the HDL code to realise and simulate the following circuits:- (at least 4 of the following) 

      1. Basic gates/universal gates 

      2. Combinational Circuits (Half adder/Half subtractor) 

      3. Full adder in 3 modelling styles (Dataflow/structural/Behavioural) 

      4. Multiplexer/De-multiplexer 

      5. Decoder/Encoder 

      6. 4 bit adder/BCD adder 

      7. Flipflops (SR,JK,T,D) 

      8. Binary Counters 

      9. Finite state machines


      9. EC231 Electronic devices & circuits lab


        List of Experiments:-

        1. VI Characteristics of rectifier and zener diodes 

        2. RC integrating and differentiating circuits (Transient analysis with different inputs and frequency response) 

        3. Clipping and clamping circuits (Transients and transfer characteristics)

        4. Fullwave Rectifier -with and without filter- ripple factor and regulation 

        5. Simple Zener voltage regulator (load and line regulation) 




        ELECTRONICS  AND COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING KTU B-TECH Modified S3 SYLLABUS 2016




        6. Characteristics of BJT in CE configuration and evaluation of parameters 

        7. Characteristics of MOSFET in CS configuration and evaluation of parameters 

        8. RC coupled CE amplifier - frequency response characteristics 

        9. MOSFET amplifier (CS) - frequency response characteristics 

        10. Cascade amplifier – gain and frequency response 

        11. Cascode amplifier -frequency response 

        12. Feedback amplifiers (current series, voltage series) - gain and frequency response 

        13. Low frequency oscillators –RC phaseshift, Wien bridge, 

        14. High frequency oscillators –Colpitt’s and Hartley 

        15. Power amplifiers (transformer less) - Class B and Class AB 

        16. Transistor series voltage regulator (load and line regulation) 

        17. Tuned amplifier - frequency response 

        18. Bootstrap sweep circuit 19. Multivibrators -Astable, Monostable and Bistable 

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