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JM202 – ELECTRONIC SYSTEM

SYNOPSIS


ELECTRONIC SYSTEM
covers knowledge on basics of electronic concepts and digital systems. The course emphasizes on the electrical characteristics and properties of semiconductor materials, operation of linear DC power supplies, amplifier circuits and sinusoidal wave oscillator circuits. This course also discusses number systems, code systems, logic gates, Boolean operations and combinational logic circuits.


COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES (CLO)

Upon completion of this course, students should be able to :

1. Identify the characteristics and properties of semiconductor materials.(C1)

2. explain operation principles of semiconductor devices and dc power supply, amplifier and oscillator .(P2)

3. Identify number systems, binary codes and logic gates in logic circuit design.(A1)


SUMMARY (30 LECTURE: 30 PRACTICAL) RTA

1.0 SEMICONDUCTORS (04 : 00)


Properties and characteristics of semiconductors; N type and P type. P-N junction; depletion region, threshold voltage, forward biased voltage, reverse biased voltage, leakage current and breakdown voltage.


2.0 SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICES (06 : 00)

Physical structure, schematic symbols, diode characteristics, Zener diode, LED, transistors, silicon controlled rectifiers (SCR), diac, triac, field-effect transistors (FET), metal oxide semiconductor field effect transistors (MOSFET) (depletion and enhancing mode) and unijunction transistors (UJT). Differences between FETand BJT.


3.0 LINEAR DC POWER SUPPLY (04 : 08)

Block diagram and functions of a transformer, rectifier, filter, voltage regulator and divider. Types of rectifier, filter and regulatorcircuits


4.0AMPLIFIER AND SINUSOIDAL WAVE OSCILLATOR CIRCUITS (06 : 00)

Transistor configurations; common emitter I-V characteristic curve, βdc and βac; Q-point; saturation and cut-off points; DC load line; voltage gain; maximum output and input values, transistor biasing techniques; sinusoidal wave oscillator principles and requirements; Armstrong, Hartley, Colpitt’s, phase shift and crystal oscillators. Elaborate the operation of Armstrong oscillator



RTA – Recommended Time Allocation



REFERENCES



C.J Savant, Martin S. Roden & Gordon L. Carpenter. (1991). Electronic Design, circuits and systems. The Benjamin/Cummings.

Charles A. Schuler. Electronics Principles and Application. (2007) McGraw-Hill
College.

Earl D.Gates. (1991). Introductions to Electronics. Delmar.

Malvino & Albert Paul. Transistor Circuit Approximations. McGraw-Hill.

Neil Storey. (1992). Electronics A Systems Approach. Addison-Wesley.

Nigel P. Cook. (1998). Introductory Digital Electronics. Prentice Hall.

Paul R. Zbar. (1990). Basics Electronics. A Text Lab. Manual. Mc-Graw Hill.

Robert Boylested & Louis Nosbelsky. (1992). Electronic Devices and Circuit Theory. Prentice Hall.

Roger L Tokheim & Henry Sidley. (1990). Digital Electronics.

McGraw-Hill. Walter A. Triebel. (1995). Integrated Digital Electronics. Prentice Hall.

William Kleitz. (1997). Digital and Microprocessor Fundamentals Theory and Applications. Prentice Hall.

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