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Subject Name: LINEAR & DIGITAL INTEGRATED CIRCUITS AND APPLICATIONS(16EC1610)

Total Number of Hours Required : 65


Faculty Hours Required : 50
Students Hours Required : 15
Total Number of Periods Required : 69 Hours (i.e., Faculty – 52 Hours + Students – 17 Hours)
Total Number of Students: 76 Class & Section: III B.Tech, VI Semester – A&B

Unit – I (18 Hours)


Integrated circuits: Differential amplifier-DC and AC analysis of Dual input balanced output configuration,
Properties of other differential amplifier configuration (dual input unbalanced output, single ended input-
balanced/unbalanced output) DC coupling and cascade differential amplifier stages, level Translator.
Characteristics of Op-amps, Integrated circuits-types, classification ,package types and temperature ranges,
power supplies, Op-amp and its features.FET input Op-amps, Op-amp parameters and measurement, input and
output offset voltages and currents, slew rate, CMRR, PSRR, drift, Frequency compensation technique.

Faculty Topics (15 Hours) Students Topics (3 Hours)


1.1 Introduction to Differential amplifier 1.1 Integrated circuits-types, Advantages
1.2 DC and AC analysis of Dual input balanced 1.2 package types and temperature ranges, power
output configuration supplies
1.3 Properties of other differential amplifier 1.3 FET input Op-amps
configuration
 dual input unbalanced output
 single ended input balanced/unbalanced
output
1.4 DC coupling and cascade differential amplifier
stages
1.5 Characteristics of Op-amps
1.6 Classification of Integrated circuits
1.7 Op-amp and its features
1.8 Op-amp parameters and measurement
1.9 input and output offset voltages and currents,
slew rate
1.10 CMRR,PSRR
1.11 drift, Frequency compensation technique
Students Batch detail:
Batch – I
S.No Roll Number Name of the Students Name of the Topic Date of Remarks
Lecture
1 Integrated
circuits-types,
2
Advantages &
3 Disadvantages
4
Batch – II
S.No Roll Number Name of the Students Name of the Topic Date of Remarks
Lecture
1 package types
and temperature
2
ranges, power
3 supplies
4
Batch – III
S.No Roll Number Name of the Students Name of the Topic Date of Remarks
Lecture
1 FET input Op-
2 amps
3
4

Unit – II (17 Hours)


Linear Applications of Op-amps: Inverting and non inverting amplifier, integrator, Differentiator
,difference amplifier, instrumentation amplifier, AC amplifier, V-I ,I-V converters, Buffers
Non Linear Applications of Op-amps: Non linear function generation, comparators, multivibrators,
triangular and square wave generators, Log and antilog amplifiers. Precision rectifiers.

Faculty Topics (13 Hours) Students Topics (4 Hours)


Linear Applications of Op-amps Thermal Power Plant
2. Inverting and non inverting amplifier 2.1 instrumentation amplifier
2.2 integrator 2.2 V-I ,I-V converters
2.3 Differentiator
2.4 difference amplifier
2.5 AC amplifier
2.6 Buffers
2.7 Numerical Problems Non Linear Applications of Op-amps
Non Linear Applications of Op-amps
2.4 Precision rectifiers
2.8 Non linear function generation
2.9 comparators
2.10 Multivibrators
2.11 triangular and square wave generators
2.12 Log and antilog amplifiers
2.13 Numerical Problems

Students Batch detail:


Batch – I
S.No Roll Number Name of the Students Name of the Topic Date of Remarks
Lecture
1 instrumentation
amplifier
2
3

4
Batch – II
S.No Roll Number Name of the Students Name of the Topic Date of Remarks
Lecture
1 V-I ,I-V
converters
2

3
4
Batch – III
S.No Roll Number Name of the Students Name of the Topic Date of Remarks
Lecture
1 Precision rectifiers
2
3
4
Batch – IV
S.No Roll Number Name of the Students Name of the Topic Date of Remarks
Lecture
1 Comparison
2 between Linear
3 applications of Op-
4 amp and Non linear
applications of Op-
Amp
Batch – V
S.No Roll Number Name of the Students Name of the Topic Date of Remarks
Lecture
1
2
3
4
Batch – VI
S.No Roll Number Name of the Students Name of the Topic Date of Remarks
Lecture
1
2
3
4
Unit – III (18 Hours)
Analog Filters: Introduction, Butterworth filters, first order LPF, Second order LPF,HPF filters, Band
pass, Band reject and all pass filters.
Timers and phase locked loops: Introduction to 555 Timer, functional diagram, Monostable and
Astable operations and applications -Schmitt trigger, PLL-Introduction, Block schematic, principles
and Description of individual blocks,565 PLL, applications of PLL- Frequency multiplication,
Frequency Translation, AM,FM and FSK demodulators.

Faculty Topics (14 Hours) Students Topics (4 Hours)


Analog Filters Timers and phase locked loops
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Butterworth filters 3.1 Schmitt trigger
3.3 first order LPF Butterworth filters 3.2 565 PLL
3.4 Second order LPF Butterworth filters 3.3 applications of PLL
3.5 Second order HPF Butterworth filters 3.4 AM,FM and FSK demodulators
Timers and phase locked loops
3.5 Introduction to 555 Timer
3.6 functional diagram
3.6 Monostable and Astable operations and
applications
3.7 PLL-Introduction
3.8 Block schematic, principles and Description
of individual blocks
3.9 Frequency multiplication
3.10 Frequency Translation

Students Batch detail:


Batch – I
S.No Roll Number Name of the Students Name of the Topic Date of Remarks
Lecture
1 Schmitt trigger
2
3
4
Batch – II
S.No Roll Number Name of the Students Name of the Topic Date of Remarks
Lecture
1 565 PLL
2
3
4
Batch – III
S.No Roll Number Name of the Students Name of the Topic Date of Remarks
Lecture
1 applications of
2 PLL
3
4

Batch – IV
S.No Roll Number Name of the Students Name of the Topic Date of Remarks
Lecture
1 AM demodulators
2
3
4
Batch – V
S.No Roll Number Name of the Students Name of the Topic Date of Remarks
Lecture
1 FM demodulators
2
3
4
Batch – VI
S.No Roll Number Name of the Students Name of the Topic Date of Remarks
Lecture
1 FSK demodulators
2
3
4
Unit – IV (16 Hours)
D/A and A/D Converters: Introduction ,Basic DAC techniques, weighted resistor DAC,R-2R Ladder
DAC, Inverted R-2r DAC and IC 1408 DAC, Different types of ADC’s, parallel comparator type
ADC, counter type ADC, Successive approximation ADC and Dual slope ADC.DAC and ADC
specifications, specifications AD 574( 12 bit ADC)
Analog multipliers and Modulators: 4 quadrant multiplier, Balanced modulator, IC
1496,applications of analog switches and multiplexers, sample and Hold amplifiers, Voltage
regulator( IC based)
Faculty Topics (10 Hours) Students Topics (6 Hours)
D/A and A/D Converters 4. IC 1408 DAC
4.1 Introduction ,Basic DAC techniques 4.2 4.2 Successive approximation ADC and Dual
Integrated Load Duration Curve slope ADC
4.3 weighted resistor DAC 4.3 DAC and ADC specifications
4.4 R-2R Ladder DAC, Inverted R-2r DAC
4.5 Different types of ADC’s
4.6 parallel comparator type ADC
4.7 counter type ADC
4.8 specifications AD 574( 12 bit ADC)

Analog multipliers and Modulators Analog multipliers and Modulators


4.9 4 quadrant multiplier 4.4 IC 1496
4.10 Balanced modulator 4.5 sample and Hold amplifiers
4.11 applications of analog switches and 4.6 Voltage regulator( IC based)
multiplexers
Students Batch detail:
Batch – I
S.No Roll Number Name of the Students Name of the Topic Date of Remarks
Lecture
1 IC 1408 DAC
2
3
4
Batch – II
S.No Roll Number Name of the Students Name of the Topic Date of Remarks
Lecture
1 Successive
2 approximation
ADC and Dual
3 slope ADC
4

Batch – I
S.No Roll Number Name of the Students Name of the Topic Date of Remarks
Lecture
1 DAC and ADC
2 specifications
3
4
Batch – II
S.No Roll Number Name of the Students Name of the Topic Date of Remarks
Lecture
1 IC 1496
2
3
4

Batch – II

S.No Roll Number Name of the Students Name of the Topic Date of Remarks
Lecture
1 sample and Hold
2 amplifiers
3
4

Batch – II

S.No Roll Number Name of the Students Name of the Topic Date of Remarks
Lecture
1 IC 1496
2
3
4
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