LABORATORY EXPERIMENTS AND PSPICE SIMULATIONS IN ANALOG ELECTRONICS

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PHI Learning Pvt. Ltd., Jan 1, 2006 - Technology & Engineering - 344 pages
This laboratory manual for students of Electronics, Electrical, Instrumentation, Communication, and Computer engineering disciplines has been prepared in the form of a standalone text, offering the necessary theory and circuit diagrams with each experiment. Procedures for setting up the circuits and measuring and evaluating their performance are designed to support the material of the authors' book Analog Electronics (also published by PHI Learning). There are twenty-five experiments. The experiments cover the basic transistor circuits, the linear op-amp circuits, the active filters, the non-linear op-amp circuits, the signal generators, the voltage regulators, the power amplifiers, the high frequency amplifiers, and the data converters. In addition to the hands-on experiments using traditional test equipment and components, this manual describes the simulation of circuits using PSPICE as well. For PSPICE simulation, any available standard SPICE software may be used including the latest version OrCAD V10 Demo software. This feature allows the instructor to adopt a single laboratory manual for both types of experiments.
 

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this book is very much unterstandable to both student and staff members.kindly send copy to various universities all around the world

Contents

Linear Opamp Amplifiers
24
Active Filters
58
Nonlinear Opamp Circuits
84
EXPERIMENTS
125
Voltage Regulators
166
Power Amplifiers
213
High Frequency Amplifiers
228
Data Converters
253
Appendices
286
PSPICE Macromodels 296310
296
Amplifier and Transistor Measurements 311313
311
BIBLIOGRAPHY 331332
331
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MAHESHWARI, L. K. L. K. MAHESHWARI, Ph.D., is Professor of Electronics and Instrumentation at Birla Institute of Technology & Science, Pilani. Presently, he also holds the position of Director of the Institute. Prof. Maheshwari has more than 35 years of teaching experience in electronics and instrumentation. He has published several research papers in the areas of semiconductor electronics, instrumentation, educational development and university-industry linkages, both in national and international journals. ANAND, M. M. S. Dr. M.M.S. ANAND, Ph.D., is Professor of Electronics and Instrumentation at Birla Institute of Technology & Science, Pilani. Presently, he also holds the position of Registrar of the Institute. Prof. Anand has more than 14 years of teaching experience in electronics and instrumentation and 16 years of industrial experience. In the industry, he mostly worked on data acquisition and control systems. His current areas of interest include design and simulation of analog and digital electronic circuits.

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