Course- Advanced Electronics
Credit Course: 3
The aim of this course is to introduce the students to the advanced concepts of electronics. The primary objective of this course is to understand and implement the advanced electronic circuits such as amplifiers etc with the help of theoretical and practical problem solving.
It is required from the students to understand the analog electronic circuit which in turn are used as the building blocks of the larger and more complex systems.
Number Systems and Operations (Number systems their introversion ) Codes (BCD,Excess-3, Gray) error detection and correction codes, Parity codes, Seven-segment Display Code Logic Gates and Related Devices, Logic Families- significance and types, Boolean Algebra and Simplification Techniques, Combitional Logic Design, Flip-Flops , Sequential Logic Circuits (Registers and application of shift register ), Ripple Counters, Synchronous Counter, Microprocessors Introduction to Microprocessors, Inside a Microprocessor, Arithmetic Logic Unit (ALU), Register File, Control Unit, Basic Microprocessor Instructions, Data Transfer Instructions, Arithmetic Instructions, Logic Instructions, Discussion on 8085/8088, 8086 processor family, Intel Microprocessor hierarchy, Microcontrollers, Introduction to the Microcontroller, Applications, Inside the Microcontroller, Central Processing Unit (CPU), Random Access Memory (RAM), Read Only Memory (ROM), Special-Function Registers, Peripheral Components, Microcontroller Architecture, Architecture to Access Memory, Eight-Bit Microcontrollers,-Bit Microcontrollers , 32-Bit Microcontrollers, Interfacing ( Peripheral Devices with a Microcontroller, LEDs, 29 Electromechanical Relay, Keyboards Seven-Segment Displays ), Modulation, Modulation; the power spectrum in AM, the diode modulator for AM, detection of AM signals, AVC, The SSB system of modulation, the frequency spectrum, bandwidth , generation of FM and AM. The superhetrodyne receiver, a radar system. Radio communication, Production of radio transmitter block diagram. Propagation of radio waves system Formation of ionosphere layers and their variations.
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