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# JNTUA B.TECH R20 1-2 Syllabus For Electronic devices & circuits PDF 2022

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### Electronic devices & circuits Unit One

Review of Semiconductors: Intrinsic semiconductors, Doped Semiconductors, Current Flow in
Semiconductors, PN Junction with Open Circuit, PN Junction with Applied Voltage, Capacitive
Effects in PN Junction.
Diodes: Introduction, The Ideal Diode – current voltage characteristic, rectifier, diode logic gates,
Terminal Characteristics of Junction Diodes– forward bias,reversebias, and breakdown regions,
Modeling the Diode Forward Characteristics- exponential model, graphical analysis and Iterative
analysis using the exponential model, constant voltage drop model, the small signal model

### Electronic devices & circuits Unit Two

Zener Diodes– Zenerdiode Characteristics, Voltage shunt regulator, Temperature Effects, Rectifier
Circuits– half-wave, full-wave and bridge rectifier circuits, rectifier with a filter capacitor, C-L-C
filter, Clipping and Clamping Circuits– limiter circuit, the clamped capacitor, voltage doubler, Special
Diode Types– UJT, Schottkybarrier diode, Varactor diode, photo diode, light emitting diode(LED),
Problem Solving.
Bipolar Junction Transistors(BJTs):Physical Operation – simplified structure and modes of operation,
Operation of the npn, and pnp transistors: cutoff, active, andsaturation modes, V-ICharacteristics- of
different configurations – graphical representation of transistor characteristics, dependence of collector
current on collector voltage, the Early Effect.

### Electronic devices & circuits Unit Three

BJT circuits at DC,Applying the BJT in Amplifier Design- Voltage Amplifier,Voltage Transfer
Characteristic (VTC), Small-Signal Voltage Gain, determining the VTC by Graphical Analysis, Qpoint, Small-signal operation and models- the transconductance, input resistance at the base, input
resistance at the emitter, Voltage gain, separating the Signal and the DC Quantities, The Hybrid-π
Model, the T Model, Basic BJT Amplifier Configurations – Common-Emitter (CE) amplifier without
and with emitter resistance, Common-Base (CB) amplifier, Common-Collector (CC) amplifier or
Emitter Follower, Biasing in BJT Amplifier Circuits- Fixed bias, Self bias, voltage divider bias
circuits, biasing using a Constant-Current Source,CE amplifier – Small signal analysis and
design,Transistor breakdown and Temperature Effects, Problem solving.

### Electronic devices & circuits Unit Four

MOS Field-Effect Transistors (MOSFETs):Introduction, Device Structure and Physical Operation –
device structure, operation with zero gate voltage, creating a channel for current flow, operation for
different drain to source voltages, the P-channel MOSFET,CMOS, V-I characteristics–iD –
vDScharacteristics, iD – vGScharacteristics, finite output resistance in saturation, characteristics of the pChannel MOSFET, MOSFET Circuits at DC, Applying the MOSFET in Amplifier Design – voltage
transfer characteristics, biasing the MOSFET to obtain linear amplification, the small signal voltage
gain, graphical analysis, the Q-point. Problem solving

### Electronic devices & circuits Unit Five

MOSFET Small Signal Operation Models– the dc bias, separating the DC analysis and the signal
analysis, Small signal equivalent circuit models, the transconductance, the T equivalent circuit model,
Basic MOSFET Amplifier Configurations– three basic configurations, characterizing amplifiers,
common source(CS) amplifier without and with source resistance, common gate (CG) amplifier,
source follower, the amplifier frequency response,Biasing in MOSFET Amplifier Circuits– biasing by
fixing VGS with and without source resistance, biasing using drain to gate feedback resistor, biasing
using constant current source, Common Source Amplifier using MOSFETs – Small signal analysis
and design, Body Effect, Problem Solving.

### Electronic devices & circuits Course Objectives

To understand the basic principles of all semiconductor devices.
 To be able to solve problems related to diode circuits, and amplifier circuits.
 To analyze diode circuits, various biasing and small signal equivalent circuits of amplifiers.
 To be able to compare the performance of BJTs and MOSFETs
 To design rectifier circuits and various amplifier circuits using BJTs and MOSFETs.

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### Electronic devices & circuits Text Books

Adel S. Sedra and KennethC. Smith, “Microelectronic Circuits – Theory and Applications”, 6th
Edition, Oxford Press, 2013.
2. Donald A Neamen, “Electronic Circuits – analysis and design”, 3rd Edition, McGraw Hill
(India), 2019

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