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1 KL UNIVERISTY FIRST SEMESTER 2010-11 Course Handout Academic Division Dated: 07-07-2010 Course No. : EC C202 / EEC 201 / EM C202 Course Title : Electronic Devices and Circuits Course Structure : 3-1-2 Course coordinator : Mr M Siva Ganga Prasad Instructors :Dr. Lakshmi Narayana, J. Chandrasekara Rao, B.Bhavani, Naseem Shaik, I. Manohar, L Ravichandra, N. Durga Indira, M.Shivaganga Prasad, T.Sreelakshmi, J. Bhavani, P.Purnapriya, KVL Bhavani, N Venkatram, G.Subryamanya Sharma, 1. Course Description: Electronic Devices & Circuits is defined as the various electronic devices are connected as an appropriate circuitry and verify their characteristics. All the basic devices like semi conductor junction diodes, BJTs and FETs are responsible to build various communication circuits. The basic understanding of EDC is a pre-requisite for any student trying to establish a research or academic career in the field of ECE. Most of the research in ECE hovers around Communications, Signal Processing, Image Processing and VLSI. Thus, it is essential to know the basic and fundamental characteristics of various electronic devices. This paper describes the applications PN junction diodes, fundamental requirements for BJT to acts as an amplifier and characteristic of various unipolar devices. 2. Scope and Objective of the Course: Based on the knowledge gained by the student at first year level about semi conductor diode characteristics and conduction capabilities, there is a scope to learn semi conductor diode applications like working of rectifiers with and without filters in unit1 , based on the knowledge of BJT characteristics, there is a scope to learn biasing techniques of BJT to operate it as an amplifier, small signal analysis of BJT in unit 2 , high frequency analysis of BJT in unit 3 ,Introduction of FET , its biasing techniques and its low frequency model in unit 4 and finally there is a scope to learn about UJT,SCR,DIAC and TRIAC characteristics.
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