Filters & Circuit Synthesis

Outline Syllabus:

  • Introduction to network functions and their realizability conditions
  • Amplitude characteristics approximations (such as Butterworth, Chebyshev, Inverse Chebyshev and Elliptical approximations)
  • Phase characteristics approximation and delay (such as Bessel approximation)
  • Synthesis of two pole networks consisting of two elements
  • Synthesis of lossless four pole networks terminated in one or two resistors
  • Synthesis of all pass networks
  • Frequency and circuit transforms
  • Introduction to active filters and their comparison with passive filters
  • Active synthesis of second order transfer functions
  • Synthesis of higher order transfer functions by cascading
  • Other synthesis procedures for higher order transfer functions

Credits: 3

Pre-requisites:

  • Electric Circuits II
  • Electronics III

Co-requisites:

  • None

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Electromagnetic Fields & Waves

Outline Syllabus:

  • Maxwell's equations in time varying fields
  • Boundary conditions
  • Plane wave propagation in unbounded media
  • Polarization
  • Poynting theorem
  • Reflection and transmission at boundaries between media
  • Wave equation in cylindrical waveguides and dielectric waveguides
  • Parallel, rectangular and cylindrical waveguides and dielectric waveguides
  • Transmission Lines
  • Steady State and transient response
  • Smith chart
  • Impedance matching
  • Stub tuning

Credits: 3

Pre-requisites:

  • Electromagnetics

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Microprocessors

Outline Syllabus:

  • Microprocessor and its components
  • Registers
  • Control units
  • Address and data buses
  • Memories (ROM, RAM, EPROM, ...)
  • Assembly language
  • Analysis of a processing unit
  • Methods of connection of interface units (I/O) to microcomputers (such as polling, interrupt)
  • Priority and its execution (interrupt, daisychain such as interrupt- nonmaskable vector)
  • Data transmission from processor to I/O and reverse direction in parallel and series schemes through interface IC's (such as PIO and STO in Z-80)
  • Direct link of I/O with memory such as 8-bit microprocessors such as 6800, 8080, 8085 and Z-80 and their comparison
  • Study of 16-bit microprocessors such as Z-8000, MC6800, 8086 and their comparison with 80bit microprocessors
  • Standard buses such as RS-232, RS-482 and IEEE-488

Credits: 3

Pre-requisites:

  • Computer Organization

Co-requisites:

  • None

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Pulse Technique Lab

Outline Syllabus:

  • RC high pass and low pass circuits
  • Diode and transistor time responses
  • Voltage sweep with transistors
  • Miller sweep
  • Miller sweep with OP-AMP
  • Digital sweep
  • Free running sweep
  • Bi-stable multivibrator
  • Mono-stable multivibrator
  • Astable multivibrator
  • Schmitt-trigger
  • IC 555

Credits: 1

Pre-requisites:

  • Pulse Techniques
  • Electronics Lab II

Co-requisites:

  • None

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Pulse Technique

Outline Syllabus:

  • Pulse shaping by active and passive circuits
  • Linear systems in pulse regimes
  • Attenuators
  • Diode and transistor reaction in pulse regimes
  • Comparators
  • Schmitt triggers
  • Single state and double state and oscillating multivibrators
  • Negative resistance and its uses
  • Pulse amplifiers
  • Circuits for linear voltage variation
  • Triggering
  • Operational amplifiers in pulse techniques

Credits: 3

Pre-requisites:

  • Logic Circuits
  • Electronics II

Co-requisites:

  • None

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Communication Circuits Lab

Outline Syllabus:

  • Amplitude modulation and detector circuits
  • DSB and SSB modulation and demodulation circuits
  • FM detection (Foster-Seely, Zero-Crossing and Weiss circuits)
  • PLL characteristics
  • Frequency synthesizers
  • A/D and D/A conversion circuits
  • Various types of oscillators
  • PPM, PDM and PCM circuits

Credits: 1

Pre-requisites:

  • Communication Circuits

Co-requisites:

  • None

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Communication Circuits

Outline Syllabus:

  • Introduction to the fundamental s of filters
  • High frequency circuit design
  • Signal sources
  • Power amplifiers of classes C, S and D
  • Heterodyning
  • Analog modulator circuits such as AM, DSB, SSB, FM, PM
  • Demodulator and detector circuits
  • Digital modulation circuits such as PAM, PDM, PCM
  • Delta modulation
  • Transmitters and receivers
  • Multiplexing systems such as TDM and FDM
  • Nonlinear modulation and demodulation
  • Super-heterodyne receiver
  • Duplexers
  • Squelch circuits
  • AFC
  • AGC

Credits: 3

Pre-requisites:

  • Communication systems I
  • Electronics III

Co-requisites:

  • None

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Electronics Lab III Project

Outline Syllabus:

  • Design of two stage amplifiers with feedback and their frequency response and step voltage response
  • Cascode amp.
  • Differential amp.
  • OP-AMP applications as inverting and non-inverting
  • OP-AMP applications with one power supply and with stabilized power supplies
  • OP-AMP applications for integration and differentiating
  • Comparators
  • RC oscillators
  • Wien-Bridge Osc.
  • Phase shift Osc.
  • LC Osc.
  • Colpitts Osc.
  • Narrowband amplifiers
  • Tuned amplifiers

Credits: 1

Pre-requisites:

  • Electronics III
  • Electronics Lab II

Co-requisites:

  • None

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Electronics III

Outline Syllabus:

  • Nonlinear application of operational amplifiers
  • Equivalent circuits of transistors and FET at high frequencies
  • Frequency response of amplifiers
  • Amplifier stability
  • Compensation circuits
  • Oscillators
  • Narrow-band amplifiers
  • Broadband amplifiers

Credits: 3

Pre-requisites:

  • Electronics II

Co-requisites:

  • None

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Electronics Lab II

Outline Syllabus:

  • Class A amplifiers with RC and transformer coupling
  • Constant current and constant voltage power supplies
  • Class A and class AB amplifiers
  • Push-pull amplifiers
  • Frequency response of amplifiers and its 3-dB points
  • UJT transistor characteristics and its applications
  • Types of feedback
  • Feedback in amplifiers
  • Stabilizing power supplies by feedback
  • Familiarization with JFET and its characteristics curves
  • Measurements of various parameters
  • Common drain and common source amplifiers and their frequency responses

Credits: 1

Pre-requisites:

  • Electronics II
  • Electronics Lab I

Co-requisites:

  • None

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