# Electronic Circuit Analysis

Course Code:R162201

Author:uLektz

University:

Regulation:2016

Categories:Electronics & Communication

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Description :Electronic Circuit Analysis of R162201 covers the latest syllabus prescribed by JNTU Kakinada for regulation 2016. Author: uLektz, Published by uLektz Learning Solutions Private Limited.

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##### Topics
###### UNIT I SMALL SIGNAL HIGH FREQUENCY TRANSISTOR AMPLIFIER MODELS

1.1 BJT: Transistor at high frequencies

1.2 Hybrid- π common emitter transistor model - Hybrid π conductances and Hybrid π capacitances, Validity of hybrid π model - CE short circuit current gain

1.3 Determination of high-frequency parameters in terms of low-frequency parameters - Determination of cut-off frequency

1.4 Current gain with resistive load - Frequency response - Gain Bandwidth product

1.5 FET: Analysis of common Source and common drain Amplifier circuits at high frequencies

###### UNIT II MULTISTAGE AMPLIFIERS

2.1 Classification of amplifiers and Methods of coupling

2.2 Cascaded transistor amplifier and its analysis - Analysis of two stage RC coupled amplifier

2.3 High input resistance transistor amplifier circuits and their analysis - Darlington pair amplifier - Cascode amplifier - Boot-strap emitter follower

2.4 Analysis of multi-stage amplifiers using FET - Differential amplifier using BJT

###### UNIT III FEEDBACK AMPLIFIERS

3.1 Feedback principle and concept - Types of feedback

3.2 Classification of amplifiers,Feedback topologies - Series – Shunt Feedback -Series - Series Feedback - Shunt – Shunt Feedback - Shunt – Series Feedback

3.3 Characteristics of negative feedback amplifiers

3.4 Generalized analysis of feedback amplifiers - Performance comparison of feedback amplifiers

3.5 Method of analysis of feedback amplifiers

###### UNIT IV OSCILLATORS

4.1 Oscillator principle - Condition for oscillations - Types of oscillators

4.2 RC-phase shift and Wein bridge oscillators with BJT and FET and their analysis

4.3 Generalized analysis of LC Oscillators, Hartley and Colpitt’s oscillators with BJT and FET and their analysis

4.4 Frequency and amplitude stability of oscillators

###### UNIT V POWER AMPLIFIERS

5.1 Classification of amplifiers - Class A power Amplifiers and their analysis - Harmonic Distortions

5.2 Class B Push-pull amplifiers and their analysis, Complementary symmetry push pull amplifier

5.3 Class AB power amplifier

5.4 Class C power amplifier

5.5 Thermal stability and Heat sinks and Distortion in amplifiers

###### UNIT VI TUNED AMPLIFIERS

6.1 Introduction - Q-Factor

6.2 Small signal tuned amplifier - Capacitance single tuned amplifier

6.3 Double tuned amplifiers - Effect of cascading single tuned amplifiers on band width - Effect of cascading double tuned amplifiers on band width

6.4 Staggered tuned amplifiers - Stability of tuned amplifiers - Wideband amplifiers