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Tags: Experiments Based on Analog and Digital Electronics, 1/e, Engineering/Computer Science, Electronics\Communication and Instrumentation Engineering, Geeta Bhatt

- Author : Geeta Bhatt & Geeta Mongia

This book covers experiments performed in laboratory at under graduate level. It includes experiment on Semiconductor electronics Operational amplifiers Digital electronics 8085 microprocessor
Theoretical aspect of each experiment has also been covered for a better understanding of the subject. Special efforts have been made to keep the language simple and straight-forward. The book covers the curriculum of B.Sc. and B.Tech. courses.

Unit I:

Exp. 1.1. To study the 1-V characteristics of a p-n junction diode (Forward and Reverse Bias)

Exp. 1.2. To study the 1-V characteristics of a zener diode and its application as voltage regulator

Exp. 1.3. Diode clamper and limiter (clipper) circuits

Exp. 1.4. Designing of power supply using bridge rectifier, capacitor filter and zener diode

Exp. 1.5. BJT Transistor characteristics of common-base and common-emitter configuration

Exp. 1.6. To design a single-stage CE. BJT Transistor amplifier

Exp. 1.7. To Study the V-I characteristics of a FET

Exp. 1.8. To plot the characteristics of UJT and design a relaxation oscillator

Exp. 1.9. To plot the V-I characteristics of silicon controlled rectifier.

Unit II: EXPERIMENTS BASED ON DIGITAL ELECTRONICS

Exp. 2.1 Verification of truth table of various logic gates using Ics and Diode Transistor logic (DTL)

Exp. 2.2 Verify DE Morgan's theorem. Reduce the given expression using K-map and implement used

Exp. 2.3 To Verify the truth table of Half Adder, Full Adder and Parallels adder using basic gates and universal gates (NAND, NOR).

Exp. 2.4 To Verify the truth table of Half Subtractor and Full Subtractor using basic gates (XOR,OR,NOT,AND) and universal gates (NAND, NOR)

Exp. 2.5 To design a combinational circuit that works as BCD (Binary Coded Decimal) Adder

Exp. 2.6 To design a 2-bit magnitude comparator circuit

Exp. 2.7 To design a code convertor circuit that converts binary to BCD (Binary Coded Decimal), Gray to Binary

Exp. 2.8 To Design 2-bit parity Generator / Checker Circuit

Exp. 2.9 To design a astable and monostable multivibrator circuit using 555 Timer

Exp. 2.10 To verify the truth table of various flip-flop (S-R,D,JK and JK m/s) using universal gates

Exp. 2.11 To design a four bit shift register busing D-flip flop

Exp. 2.12 To design a Asynchronous Mod-6, decade counter using flip flop

Exp. 2.13 To design Mod-6 and Mod-10 (Decade) Sychronous counter.

Unit III: EXPERIMENTS BASED ON OPERATIONAL AMPLIFIER

Exp. 3.1 To study the DC and AC characteristics of op-amp

Exp. 3.2 To design Differentiator for a particular gain using Op-Amp 741c

Exp. 3.3 To study the operational amplifier as inverting and Non-inverting feedback amplifier with verifying gain. Also plot the frequency response of the feedback amplifier

Exp. 3.4 To study operational amplifier as adder and averaging amplifier

Exp. 3.5 To design an op-amp integrator circuit

Exp. 3.6 To design comparator (Schmitt trigger) using op-amp

Exp. 3.7 To design active filter (Low pass and high pass) using op-amp 741 IC.
Unit IV: 8085 MICROPROCESSOR

Exp. 4.1 Write a program in assembly language of 8085 microprocessor for addition of N 8-bit hexadecimal numbers without carry

Exp. 4.2 Addition of two 16-bit hexadecimal numbers.

Exp. 4.3 Write a program in assembly language of 8085 microprocessor for subtraction of N 8-bit hexadecimal numbers without borrow

Exp. 4.4 Write a program in assembly language of 8085 microprocessor for Subtraction of N8-bit/16-bit hexadecimal numbers with borrow

Exp. 4.5 Write a program to multiply two 8-bit numbers by repetitive addition 2 bit rotation

Exp. 4.6 Write a program to compare N 8-bit numbers and find out the largest/ smallest number and corresponding memory location

Exp. 4.7 Write a program to find the summation of n 8-bit natural numbers where result can be 16-b
n
Y=? N
N=0

Exp. 4.8 Write a program to calculate the average of N 8-bit numbers

Exp. 4.9 Write a program to calculate the factorial of an 8-bit number (n) and store a 16-bit result

Exp. 4.10 Write a program for summation of X? where X is a 16-bit number and is 8-bit hexadecimal

Exp. 4.11 Write a program to generate the terms of arithmetic progression series where a, d, n, are 8-bit hexadecimal numbers and result generate is 1bit

Exp. 4.12 Write a program to generate the geometric progression series where a and r are 8-bit hexadecimal nu

- Compilation of 41 experiments, the book is divided into four major units. Unit I experiments are based on semiconductor devices, unit II experiments are based on digital electronics, unit III experiments are based on operational amplifier, and unit IV experiments are on assembly language programing based on the 8085 microprocessor.
- Each experiment is preceded with an aim, material required, theoretical explanation per se, followed by results, and self-evaluation questions.
- Each experiment is profusely illustrated with line drawings.
- Every chapters have a self-evaluation exercise at the end.

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