Section J6: FET Amplifiers & Amplifier Analysis
Just as there were four basic
configurations for a single stage
BJT amplifier (CE, ER, CC, and
CB),
there
are
four
basic
configurations for a single stage
FET amplifier. With respect to the
figure to the rig
PRINCIPLES OF QUANTUM MECHANICS
Dual nature of radiation:
A wave is specified by its frequency, wavelength, phase, amplitude and intensity,
where as the particle is specified by its mass, velocity, momentum and energy.
The radiation has a dual nature i.e.
BAND THEORY OF SOLIDS
Bloch Theorem: Block's theorem was formulated by the Germanborn US physicist
Felix Bloch in 1928. According to this theorem, in a periodic structure, every Electronic
wave function can be represented by a Bloch function.
A crystalli
Power Plant Engineering
7.2 TERMS AND DEFINITIONS
Connected Load
The connected load on any system, or part of a system, is the combined continuous
rating of all the receiving apparatus on consumers premises, which is connected
to the system, or part of th
Electron Theory of Solids
The electron theory of solids explain the following concepts
Structural, electrical and thermal properties of materials.
Elasticity, cohesive force and binding in solids.
Behaviour of conductors, semi conductors, insulators etc.
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University of Rostock
Institute of Communications Engineering (NT)
Design of RLCBand Pass
Filters
Lecture script WS 2010/11 E.U.I.T.T.
Dr.Ing. Thomas Buch
The lecture treats the following topics:
Introduction, Filter design, Standard approximations
I
Lab 1: Study of Gates & Flipflops
Aim
To familiarize with circuit implementations using ICs and test the behavior of different logic gates
and Flipflops.
Hardware Requirement
a. Equipments
b. Discrete Components

Digital IC Trainer Kit

74LS00 Quad 2
EC324 (R12)
III/IV B.Tech. DEGREE EXAMINATION, APRIL2015
Sixth Semester
DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING
Time: Three hours
Maximum Marks: 60
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Answer One Question from each unit. (4 x 12 = 48)
1. Answer the follow
EE326(E) (R12)
III/IV B.Tech. DEGREE EXAMINATION, APRIL2015
Sixth Semester
DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING
Time: Three hours
Maximum Marks: 60
Answer Question No.1 compulsorily. (12 x 1 = 12)
Answer One Question from each unit. (4 x 12 = 48)
1. Answer the fol
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