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Laboratory Manual for Linear Electronics

Laboratory Manual for Linear Electronics

Laboratory Manual for Linear Electronics

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Year:2013
Publisher:Dissidents
Pages:102 pages
Language:english
Since:20/02/2014
Size:736 KB
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This manual is intended for use in a linear semiconductor devices course and is appropriate for two and four year electrical engineering technology curriculums. The manual contains sufficient exercises for a typical 15 week course using a two to three hour practicum period. The topics cover basic diodes through DC biasing and AC analysis of small signal bipolar and FET amplifiers along with class A and B large signal analysis. For equipment, each lab station should include a dual adjustable DC power supply, a dual trace oscilloscope, a function generator and a quality DMM. Some exercises also make use of a distortion analyzer and a low distortion generator (generally, THD below 0.01%), although these portions may be bypassed. For components, a selection of standard value ¼ watt carbon film resistors ranging from a few ohms to a few megohms is required along with an array of typical capacitor values (film types recommended below 1 µF and aluminum electrolytics above). A decade resistance box and a 10 kΩ potentiometer may also be useful. Active devices include small signal diodes such as the 1N914 or 1N4148, the NZX5V1B or 1N751 zener, standard single LEDs, 2N3904 or 2N2222 NPN transistor, 2N3906 PNP transistor, and MPF102 N channel JFET.

Each exercise begins with an Objective and a Theory Overview. The Equipment List follows with space provided for serial numbers and measured values of components. Schematics are presented next along with the step-by-step procedure. Many exercises include sections on troubleshooting and design. Simulations with Multisim are often presented as well, although any quality simulation package such as PSpice can be used instead. All data tables are grouped together, typically with columns for the theoretical and experimental results, along with a column for the percent deviations between them. Finally, a group of appropriate questions are presented.

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