Curriculum
Subject: Electronic – I
Paper code: 09020304
S.No.  Topic  Learning Objectives(At the end of the session, the student should be able to)  Teaching Guidelines  Methodology  Time 
1  Operational Amplifier:
1. Differential Amplifier, Inverting & noninverting Amplifiers. 2.Negative and Positive Feedback. 3. Band width. 4.Voltage follower. 5. CMRR, DC, AC, Summing, Scaling & Instrumentation Amplifier 6. Integrator & Differentiator 7.Comparator 8. Oscillator principal and Types 9. Frequency response and Frequency stability 10. Phase shift Oscillator. 
To learn basic concepts of operational amplifier & oscillator circuits.  To cover: Differential Amplifier, Inverting and non inverting inputs, analysis of inverting and non inverting amplifiers, Effect of negative feedback on input resistance and output resistance, Band width; closed loop gain and offset voltage, Voltage follower, input bias current, input offset current, total output offset voltage, CMRR, DC and AC amplifier, summing , scaling and instrumentation amplifier, Integrator and differentiator, log and antilog amplifier, Comparators, waveform generators and regenerative comparators (Schmitt Trigger) using 741 operational amp, Oscillator principle and oscillator types, Frequency stability, frequency response ,Phase shift oscillator.  1.White board teaching
2.Power point presentation 3.Video related to subject such as NPTEL Lectures for better understanding of concept 4.Numerical and conceptual problem based on the topic 5.Classroom discussion 6.Demonstration

10 hrs 
2  Modulation Communication:
1. PLL using IC, Active Filters. 2. Amplitude Modulation. 3. Demodulation of AM waves 4. Frequency Modulation 5. Transmitter (Block Diagram) and its characteristics feature 6. Super heterodyne receiver 7. Digital communication and Delta modulation. 8. Pulse Code Modulation 9. Pulse width modulation. 10 Block diagram od Radar & Radar range equation. 
To learn about communication systems, analog, digital and Radar  To cover: PLL using IC, Active filters (Butterworth 1^{st} and 2^{nd} order), Amplitude modulation and generation of AM waves, Demodulation of amplitude modulated waves, Frequency Modulation, Block diagram of transmitter and characteristics features, Super heterodyne receiver and its explanation, Digital communication, basic idea about delta modulation, Pulse Code Modulation, Pulse Width Modulation, Block diagram of Radar and Radar range equation.  1. White board teaching
2. Power point presentation 3. Video related to subject such as NPTEL Lectures for better understanding of concept 4.Problem solving 5. Classroom discussion.

10 hrs 
3  Digital Electronics:
1. Q.M. Method 2. Logic gates, Decoder and Demultiplexer. 3. Multiplexer & Encoder 4. Flip flops RS, JK, MSJK & D type. 5. Analog computation, time & amplitude scaling 6. ROM and RAM 7. D/A Convertor, weighted resister, R2R adder 8. A/D Convertors; Quantization and encoding, parallel comparator. 9. A/D convertor using, Voltage to frequency & voltage to time conversion 10. Sample and Hold circuit, solution of ordinary differential equation using analog computation.

To learn about various flip flops circuits and Electronics converters.  To cover;
Q.M. method for the simplification of Boolean functions (up to 4 variables), Exclusive OR gate, Decoder, demultiplexer, Multiplexer and encoder, Flip flops RS, JK, MSJK & D type flip flops, Analog computation, time scaling, amplitude scaling, ROM and its applications, Random access memory, D/A convertor: Weighted resister, R2R adder, specifications for D/A convertor, A/D Convertors: Quantization and encoding, parallel comparator. Successive approximation, A/D convertor using voltage to frequency conversion and voltage to time conversion, Sample and Hold circuit, Solution of linear differential equation with constant coefficient using analog computation. 
1.White board teaching
2. Power point presentation 3.Video related to subject such as NPTEL Lectures for better understanding of concept 4. Numerical and conceptual problem solving. 5. Visit to Electronics Lab.

10 hrs 
4  Microprocessor:
1. Microcomputer systems and Hardware. 2. Microprocessor architecture and Microprocessor system. 3. Instruction and timing diagram. 4. Introduction to 8085 basic instructions 5. Arithmetic operation, logic operation, branch operation 6 16 bit arithmetic instructions. 7. Arithmetic operation related to memory 8. Rotate and compare instructions. 9. Stack and subroutines, programming of 8085 using instructions 10. Introduction to Microcontroller

To learn about Microprocessor and various Instructions and Operation  To cover:
Microcomputer systems and Hardwar, Microprocessor architecture and Microprocessor system, Instruction and timing diagram, Introduction to 8085 basic instructions, Arithmetic operation, logic operation, branch operation, 16 bit arithmetic instructions, Arithmetic operation related to memory, Rotate and compare instructions, Stack and subroutines, programming of 8085 using instructions, Introduction to Microcontroller. 
1. White board teaching
2. Power point presentation 3. Video related to subject such as NPTEL Lectures for better understanding of concept 4. Demostration.

10 hrs 