Course: Linear Circuit Analysis ( Lab) B section Self Support 2019-2023 

This Lab course is meant to reinforce a good understanding of the fundamentals of dc electric circuits through practical applications. Starting from Ohm’s law, and Kirchhoff’s laws, basic analysis techniques are taught. Important Theorems (Nodal, Mesh, Superposition, Thevenin's, and Norton)   of circuit analysis are explained using passive circuit elements.

Course Learning Outcomes

1. Illustrate knowledge of primary electronic lab instruments including DMM, Function Generator, Oscilloscope, and electronic trainer

2. Show knowledge of constructing electric circuits and simulating their results using Proteus

Prerequisite:  NIL

Catalog Data:  Course Code:                            ET-124

                         Course Title:                             Linear Circuit Analysis  (Lab)

                         Credit Hours:                            01

                         No of Sessions per week:         01 (Total 16 sessions)

                         Session Duration:                     180 min

                         Time of Class Meeting:             02:00 PM to 05:00 PM (Wednesday)


  1. Introduction and Familiarization with Laboratory Equipments Digital Multimeter, Oscilloscope, Function Generator, and Power Supplies
  2. To Study Resistor Color Code and Measurement of Resistance.
  3. Verification of Ohm’s Law
  4. Verification of Kirchhoff’s voltage and current law
  5. Implementation of Nodal & Mesh Analysis
  6. Application of Superposition theorem to resistive circuits
  7. Application of Thevenin Theorem to resistive circuits
  8. Analyze and implementation of  Norton’s Theorem
  9.  Analyze and implementation of Maximum Power Transfer Theorem
  10. Analyze and implementation of Reciprocity Theorem
  11. Calculation and Demonstration of RMS, Average and Peak Values of a Periodic Waveform using Signal Generator and Oscilloscope
  12. Study the Phase Displacement using Oscilloscope 
  13. Draw Phasors diagrams for RL, RC & RLC Circuits
  14.  Determine Power Factor for Inductive and Capacitive Load


Evaluation Criteria:   

1. Weekly Lab Report/Viva Voce                                 60%

2. Mid Term Evaluation /Viva Voce                              20%

3. Final Term Evaluation                                              20%


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