Basic electronic labs play a vital role in engineering and electronics education, offering students practical experience that complements theoretical knowledge gained in lectures. These labs are essential for teaching students the foundational principles of electronics and preparing them for more advanced coursework and engineering projects.
List of experiments:
- Measurement of the following using DSO:
a. Peak & RMS Value of AC Voltage
b. Period and Frequency of Periodic Signals (Sine wave, Square wave, Triangular wave).
2.Verification of Forward and Reverse bias characteristics of a PN junction diode.
3.Verification of Zener diode characteristics and calculation of its dynamic resistance
4.Measurement of ripple factor with and without filter for Half wave and Full wave rectifier circuits.
5.Observation of output waveforms of Diode Clipper and Clamper Circuits.
6.Obtaining the frequency response of CE transistor amplifier and measurement of its bandwidth.
7.Measurement of the h-parameters hf, and he of a CE transistor amplifier
8.Obtaining the frequency response and measurement of Bandwidth of an inverting OP- AMP. (Using IC 741)
9.Obtaining the frequency response and measurement of Bandwidth of a non-inverting OP-AMP. (Using IC 741).
10.Design of an Integrator circuit (Using OP- AMP – IC 741) and observation of its output waveform for various input waveforms(sine wave, square wave and triangular wave)
11.Design of an Differentiator circuit (Using OP- AMP – IC 741) and observation of its output waveform for various input waveforms(sine wave, square wave and triangular wave)