Control Systems Teaching notes Unit-2
Month: January 2016
Electro Magnetic Theory Teaching Notes – Electro Statics
This pdf consists of Notes related to coulombs law ,Gauss’s law and applications in Electro magnetic Theory (EMT) . if u are satisfied with this please like the blog.
EMT Teaching Notes – Electrostatics
Electronics Circuits Lab Viva questions
ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS LAB VIVA QUESTIONS
- What are the applications of clippers?
- Diode cut in voltage value for si and Ge diodes?
- Why the output of the clipper is taken in d.c mode?
- Other names of clippers are—— –.
- Voice frequency range is——– –.
- Positive peak clipper means
- Negative peak clipper means
- Positive base and negative base clippers means
- What is the difference between clipping and clamping operations?
- And the working procedures of each clipping circuit
- How clippers are applicable in noise reduction in audio applications?
- Draw the output waveforms of different clippers with different input and reference voltages—–
- Why clippers are called as diode clippers?
- What is the difference between slicing and clipping of a voltage waveform?
- Clippers comes under linear or non linear wave shaping?
- Explain linear and nonlinear wave shaping meanings?
- Names some linear and non linear wave shaping circuits?
- Define diode threshold and cutin voltages?
- An ideal diode acts as———– under forward
- An ideal diode acts as———— under reverse
- Practical diode equivalent circuit in forward bias——–
- Practical diode equivalent circuit in reverse bias——–
- Draw diode d.c characteristics.
- Define clamping operation? And how it is different from clippers?
- What are the other names of clampers?
- Difference between clipping and clamping circuits
- Why capacitors are used in clampers?
- What are different types of clampers?
- Working Operation of each clamper circuit
- Practical applications of clampers are
- What happens in the output waveform if the polarity of capacitor is changed in the clampers
- Capacitor acts as———- for D.C input
- Capacitor acts as————- for A.C
- Fully charged capacitor acts as——– –.
- What do u mean by transient and steady state response of a clamper?
- DC restorers are used in CRO’s yes or no
- DC inserter means————
- Voltage or amplitude slicers means———–
- Voltage or amplitude limiters means———– –.
- Explain the operation of positive peak clamper?
- What is the working principle of a capacitor/
- Output waveforms of clampers with different input and different reference voltages—
- The voltage across a capacitor remains———— once the capacitor is fully
SINGLE STAGE CE AMPLIFIER:
- What is the phase difference between input and output wave forms of a CE amplifier?
- What type of biasing is used in the given circuit?
- What is the effect of emitter bypass capacitor on frequency response of a CE amplifier?
- What is the effect or importance of coupling capacitor?
- Why source resistance Rs is used in the input side?
- What are the different regions of operation of a BJT?
- The phase difference of input and output in CB amplifier?
- CE amplifier is voltage or current amplifier?
- Draw the equivalent h-parameter model of a CE amplifier?
- Why NPN transistor is preferred over PNP transistor?
- What is the effect of bypass capacitor over stability of the CE amplifier?
- The CE amplifier is in voltage divider bias or in fixed bias configuration?
- The values of hfe,hie,hoe and hre in CE configuration are———– –.
- hfe,hie,hoe and hre are called as————— –.
- What do you mean by loading effect?
- What are the practical applications of single stage CE amplifier?
- How do you know the amplifier is single stage CE amplifier?
- Why this circuit is called RC coupled amplifier?
- What is the operating point in CE amplifier from the design specifications?
- Quiescent conditions means——–
- C conditions are for———
- What is the relationship between collector current and base current?
- Does β and hfe are one and the same?
- Why coupling capacitor Cb is connected in reverse (-,+) at the input side and Cc is connected in forward(+,-) at the output side?
- How do u know a transistor is working in cut off region?
- Write VBE(active),VBE(sat),VBE(cutoff) values of a Si and Ge transistors
- Transistor meaning is———
- Define frequency response of a CE amplifier?
- Define voltage gain of a CE amplifier?
- Units of gain as a ratio are———-
- Units of gain in logarithim is———
- Magnitude response and frequency response are one and the same say yes or no?
- Define bandwidth ?
- What are 3 dB frequencies?
- Define cutoff frequencies?
- BW is approximately equal to fH justify?
- Gain is constant in————-
- Semi logarithmic graph is linear or non linear graph?
- Stability factor is a function of—–
- In the circuit R1 and R2 are used for——–
- The feedback type that Re and Ce introduces in the circuit is———–(Ans: negativefeedback).
- Negative feedback increases stability yes or no(Ans:yes).
- CB amplifier provides more band width than CE amplifier justify?
TWO STAGE RC COUPLED CE AMPLIFIER:
- What is the need for cascading in amplifiers?
- Why do we need two stage CE amplifier?
- Why this circuit is called two stage CE amplifier?
- What is the relationship between gain and bandwidth?
- Cascading of number of stages in amplifiers increases——— –.
- Cascading of number of stages linear amplifiers decreases—– –.
- Why do we use a coupling capacitor between two stages?
- Why RC coupling is preferred in Audio frequency range?
- Explain various types of capacitors?
- What do you mean by loading effect? How to avoid it?
- Identify the stages of the amplifier?
- CE-CE combination is called as———-
- Cascade configuration means——
- What is the overall gain of two satge amplifier—–
- Is two stage amplifier is a multistage amplifier or not?
- Why this circuit is called RC coupled amplifier?
- Does CB-CB combination is possible?
- CE-CC combination is known as——-
- CB-CC combination is called as——–
- There exist an inverse proportionality between gain and BW yes or no?
VOLTAGE SERIES FEEDBACK AMPLIFIERS:
- What do u mean by feedback?
- What are the two types of feedback?
- What are the advantages of negative feedback over positive feedback?
- Voltage series feedback means?
- Input of a voltage series combination is———–
- Output of a voltage series combination is———–
- For voltage series amplifier Ri , Ro,gain and BW changes as——-
- How does u know the feedback is voltage series in the given circuit?
- What are different types of feedback topologies?
- Applications of voltage series amplifier?
- What is the difference between two stage and voltage series amplifier?
- Which is the best topology among four?
- How feedback amplifiers are different from ordinary amplifiers?
- Define feedback gain?
RC PHASE SHIFT OSCILLATOR:
- Mention the conditions for oscillations in RC phase shift oscillator?
- Give the formula for frequency of oscillations in RC phase shift oscillator?
- The phase produced by a single RC network is RC phase shift oscillator?
- RC phase shift oscillator uses positive feedback or negative feedback?
- The phase produced by basic amplifier circuit in RC phase shift oscillator is?
- What is the difference between damped oscillations un damped oscillations?
- What are the applications of RC phase shift oscillator?
- How many resistors and capacitors are used in RC phase shift feedback network?
- How the Barkhausen’s criterion is satisfied in RC phase shift oscillator
- Mention the basic reason for any oscillations?
- What is meant by Barkhausen’s criterion?
- Audio frequency range is————
- RC phase shift oscillator is ——–
- Oscillator is a circuit operates on internal input power supply yes or no?
- Define an oscillator?
- Oscillator did not take any external input yes or no?
- Type of feedback used in oscillators is——-
- Radio frequency range is———–
- Show that single RC section provides a phase shift of 60
- Positive feedback causes instability yes or no?
- In oscillators loop gain must be————–
- In oscillators And overall phase shift produced by the circuit is————
- Feedback gain 𝛽 must be less than———–
COLPITTS AND HARTLEY’S OSCILLATORS:
- What are the advantages of hartley’s and colpitts oscillators over RC phase shift oscillator?
- Applications of C and H oscillators are—–.
- C oscillator uses—- as feedback network.
- H oscillator uses—– as feedback
- Define mutual inductance—–
- These are used at———–
MEASUREMENT OF IMPEDANCES:
- Differentiate symmetrical and asymmetrical networks?
- Define image impedance?
- Define characteristic or nominal impedance?
- Theoretical Calculations of open circuit and short circuit impedances for all the
- What is the significance of image impedance?
- Is there any difference between image and inverse impedance?
- Why char impedance is called as nominal impedance?
- Does char impedance and image impedance are same yes or no?
CONSTANT –K-LOW PASS FILTER:
- Define a filter?
- What is the difference between ordinary LPF and constant –k-LPF?
- Why this filter is called as constant-k-low pass filter?
- What does u mean by a LPF?
- Draw the gain characteristics of ideal and practical Low pass filters?
- Define attenuation? units of attenuation are——
- Gain and attenuation are——-
- Define cut off frequency of a constant k low pass filter?
- Draw the attenuation characteristic and explain that graph?
- Draw the output voltage vs frequency curve and explain it?’
- What are the applications of constant-k low pass filter?
- Advantages and disadvantages of constant k low pass filter?
M-DERIVED HIGH PASS FILTER:
- Define high pass filter?
- Define the constant m?
- How m derived filter is different from ordinary HPF?
- Why we will go for m derived filters?
- Draw the model graphs of m derived HPF and explain?
- Applications of m derived HPF?
- Advantages and disadvantages of m derived HPF?
- Define infinity frequency and cut off frequency?
- Are these filters are passive filters or active filters?
NOTE: read applications and advantages and disadvantages for all the circuits.
Analog communication Angle Modulation notes
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Analog Communications Angle Modulation Teaching Notes