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B. & B. INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY-V.V.NAGAR ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGG. DEPARTMENT Sub: -Electronics Workshop (3321103) Performed List of Experiments (1) Identify terminals, operate and sketch symbolic representation of various test & measuring Instruments. (2) Identify terminals and operate various sources. (3) Testing of various passive electronic components using multimeter. (4) Testing of various active electronic components using multimeter (Part I). (5) Testing of various active electronic components using multimeter (Part II). (6) Identify terminals, operate and sketch symbolic representation of CRO. (7) Testing of various electronic components using CRO. (8) To measure DC and AC voltage and frequency by using CRO. (9) To study and use breadboard. (10) To study and use the various electronics hardware tools. (11) Sketch, mount wire, solder and test various electronic circuits on general purpose board. (12) Practice of De-soldering of given circuit from general purpose printed circuit board and precautions required for the same (13) Find Specifications and package of various electronic components from Datasheet. (14) Create PCB layout manually. (15) Mini Project
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ELECTRONICS WORKSHOP (3321103) PAGE NO : TITLE:MEASURING INSTRUMENTS EXPERIMENT NO : DATE : AIM: Identify terminals, operate and sketch symbolic representation of following test & measuring Instruments: (a) AC Voltmeter (b) AC Ammeter (c) DC Voltmeter (d)DC Ammeter (e) Watt meter (f) Digital Multimeter
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ELECTRONICS WORKSHOP (3321103) PAGE NO : ASSIGNMENT: (1) Identify the instruments given above. (2) Write application of all the instruments given above. (3) Why voltage is measured in parallel and current is measured in series? (4) Compare AC & DC voltage. (5) Enlist the electronic components that you check by using DMM (6) Write name & range of all above equipments in table given below SN Name of Instrument Range (With Unit) (7) Write your conclusion.
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ELECTRONICS WORKSHOP (3321103) PAGE NO : TITLE:SOURCES EXPERIMENT NO : DATE : AIM: Identify terminals and operate following sources: (a) Function Generator (b) DC power supply (Single, Dual) (c) VARIAC
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ELECTRONICS WORKSHOP (3321103) PAGE NO : ASSIGNMENT: (1) Identify the instruments given above. (2) Write application of all the instruments given above. (3) Measure 32V in DMM using dual DC power supply (4) Generate 500 Hz, 7 kHz, 60 kHz and 140 kHz frequency using function generator (5) Write name of instrument, name of company and model ,range ,resolution of all equipments given in laboratory in following table SN Name of Instrument Name of Company & Model Range (With Unit) (6) Write your conclusion.
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ELECTRONICS WORKSHOP (3321103) PAGE NO: TITLE: PASSIVE ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS EXPERIMENT NO : DATE : AIM: Identify, test and sketch symbolic representation of following passive electronic components: (a) Resistor (b) Potentiometer, Preset. (c) Thermister (d) Capacitor (e) Gang Capacitor (f) Inductor (g) Transformer APPARATUS : - Various electronics components & multimeter.
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