Objective: To understand the principles of electrical/electronic circuits using appropriate analytical methods and use these principles in some of the numerous applications of eletronic circuits.

Introduction, Circuit elements.

Circuit Laws and analysis, Loop method Node analysis, Network theorems.

Signal waveforms, Periodic signals, Steady state response of RLC circuits, Natural response - first order and second order systems

Forced, Complete and transient response, Maximum power transfer, Reciprocity theorem.

General network analysis, One and two port inductive coupling, Transformer.

Diodes, characteristics Applications.

BJTs - Biasing, amplifiers, small signal model, MOSFETs, applications

RC coupled amplifier using BJTs, Frequency response

Op amps and circuit applications, Op amp characteristics, and Analog computer.

Boolean functions and minimization using Karnaugh map, logic gates and realisation, Flip-flops, Shift registers and counters.

Study of Cathode Ray Oscilloscope(CRO) - 1 turn

KVL,KCL and Network Theorems - 1 turn

Steady-state response of RC, RLC circuits - 1 turn

Step response of RC, RLC circuits - 1 turn

Diode circuits - 1 turn

BJT applifier design - 2 turns

Op Amp applications - 2 turns

Digital Circuits - 1 turn

Ralph J. Smith & R.C. Dorf, *"Circuits, Devices and Systems",* John Wiley & Sons, 5th Edition.

15 Marks - Minor test I

15 Marks - Minor test II

15 Marks - Tutorial Quizzes

30 Marks - Major test

25 Marks - Lab (5 Marks each for reports, test, Viva, Preparedness & quiz)