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The main aim of the course ‘Analog Circuits and Systems 1’ is to design analog circuits and systems that perform signal conditioning, signal processing functions, and signal generation using the devices including Op-Amps, amplifiers, and comparators. 

 
 

Sl. No.

Module Name

Lecture Name

1

Module 1: Electronic Systems

 

  1. Introduction to Sensors, Signals and Systems
  2. Role of Analog Signal Processing in Electronic Products – Part I
  3. Role of Analog Signal Processing in Electronic Products – Part II

 2

Module 2: Analog Signal Processing by One-port and Two-port Networks

  1. Analog Signal Processing using One Port Networks
  2. Analog Signal Processing using One Port Networks, Passive Two Ports and Ideal amplifiers
  3. Synthesis of Amplifiers using Nullators and Norators

 

 3

Module 3: Devices for Analog Signal Processing

  1. Passive Electronic Devices for Analog Signal Processing
  2. Active Devices for Analog Signal Processing Systems
  3. Electronic Devices for Analog Circuits– Part I
  4. Electronic Devices for Analog Circuits– Part II

 

 4

Module 4: Feedback in Systems

  1. Feedback in Systems
  2. Static Charecteristic of Feedback Systems
  3. Dynamic Behaviour of Feedback Systems– Part I
  4. Dynamic Behavior of Feedback Systems – Part II

 

 5

Module 5: Signal Processing using Op-Amps

  1. Design of Feedback Amplifiers – Part I
  2. Design of Feedback Amplifiers – Part II
  3. Design of Feedback Amplifiers and Instrumentation Amplifiers
  4. Instrumentation Amplifiers, Integrators and Differentiators
  5. Non-linear Analog Signal Processing
  6. DC Voltage Regulators

 

 6

Module 6: Analog Filters

  1. Filters – Approximations to ideal filter functions
  2. Passive Filters – Part I
  3. Passive Filters – Part II
  4. Active Filters – Part I
  5. Active Filters – Part II
  6. Active Filters: Q-enhancement
  7. State Space Filters
  8. Universal Active Filter – Effect of Active Device GB
  9. State-Space Filters (Tuning of Filters)
  10. Automatic Tuning of Filters (PLL) and Review of Filter Design

 

 7

Module 7: Waveform Generators

  1. Waveform Generation
  2. LC Oscillator – Effect of Non-idealities
  3. Transconductor based Oscillator
  4. Regenerative Comparators and Non-Sinusoidal Oscillators
  5. Non-Sinusoidal Oscillators and VCO (FM & FSK Generators)

 

 8

Module 8: PLL and FLL

  1. Phase and Frequency Followers
  2. Frequency Locked Loop (Popularly known as PLL)
  3. Design of PLL and FLL

 

 9

Module 9: Analog System Design

  1. Analog System Design

 

Network Theory, Differential Equations, Laplace Transforms and Matrices


  1. Design with Operational Amplifiers And Analog Integrated Circuits, 3rd Edition; Sergio Franco; Tata Mcgraw Hill Education Pvt. Ltd.; 2002
  2. Analog integrated circuit applications; J. Michael Jacob; Prentice Hall, 2000

  1. https://archive.org/details/ApplicationsOfOperationalAmplifiers-3rdGenerationTechniques (Applications of Operational Amplifiers: Third Generation Techniques (The BB electronics series); Jerald G. Graeme (Author); Mcgraw-Hill (Tx); First Edition 1973)
  2. http://ocw.mit.edu/resources/res-6-010-electronic-feedback-systems-spring-2013/textbook/ (Operational Amplifiers: Theory and Practice; James J Roberge; John Wiley & Sons; 1st Edition)
  3. http://www.nptel.ac.in/courses/117106088/1 (Electronics for Analog Signal Processing II)
  4. http://analogcorner.net/


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