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Analog Electronics

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About This Course

Analog Electronics in a core course offered under the B.Tech Electrical Engineering program.

The basic objectives of the course are:

1. To introduce the limit state design of steel structural components subjected to bending, compression and tensile loads including the connections

2. To enable design of structural components using timber


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Fundamentals of Electronics and semiconductor devices

Course Staff

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Rabiya Rasheed

Assistant Professor,Electrical and Electronics Engineering

Course Outcomes

CO 1 Design biasing scheme for transistor circuits.

CO 2 Model BJT and FET amplifier circuits.

CO 3 Identify a power amplifier with appropriate specifications for electronic circuit applications.

CO 4 Describe the operation of oscillator circuits using BJT.

CO 5 Explain the basic concepts of Operational amplifier(OPAMP)

CO 6 Design and develop various OPAMP application circuits.

Text Books

1. Bell D. A., Electronic Devices and Circuits, Prentice Hall ofIndia, 2007.

2. Malvino A. and D. J. Bates, Electronic Principles7/e, Tata McGraw Hill, 2010.

3. Boylestad R. L. and L. Nashelsky,Electronic Devices and CircuitTheory, 10/e, PearsonEducation India, 2009.


1. Floyd T.L., Fundamentals of Analog Circuits,, Pearson Education, 2012.

2.Robert T. Paynter and John Clemons, Paynter's Introductory electronic devices & circuits, Prentice Hall Career & Technology, New Jersey.

3. Millman J. and C. C. Halkias,Integrated Electronics: Analog and Digital Circuits andSystems, Tata McGraw-Hill, 2010.

4. Streetman B. G. and S. Banerjee,Solid State Electronic Devices, Pearson Education Asia,2006.

5. Gayakward R. A., Op-Amps and LinearIntegrated Circuits, PHILearning Pvt.Ltd., 2012.

Who should join

Third Semester B.Tech Electrical Engineering Students - 2019 Admission year