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Analog Electronics Checklist!

A)Semiconductor diode characteristics a) Applications in rectifiers b) Power supplies c) Transistor characteristics B) Biasing circuita) Bias stabilization and compensation techniques b) Small signal low frequency hparameter model c) Low frequency transistors C)Amplifiersa) FET biasing and low frequency amplifier circuits b) R-C coupled amplifiers D)OP-AMPS: a) Inverting and non- inverting mode of operation

3rd SEM PORTION 1) The Hybrid model a. Current gain b. Input impedance c. Voltage Gain d. Output admittance e. Overall Voltage Gain f. Overall Current Gain 2) Millers theorem 3) Frequency Response of BJT Amplifier a. Low Frequency response b. High Frequency response 4) Giacollecto model 5) Gain Bandwidth Product 6) Simplified Hybrid model

7) Simplified Hybrid model with RE 8) Simplified Emitter Follower (CC) 9) Linear transistor analysis 10) Cascading Amplifier 11) FET : small signal model a. Fixed Bias b. Self Bias c. Voltage Divider Bias d. Voltage Divider Bias without CS 12) FET : Configurations a. Common Drain b. Common Gate 13) MOSFET a. Depletion b. Enhancement 14) Effect of RS and RL on gain of the circuit 15) Frequency Response of FET Amplifier a. Low Frequency response b. High Frequency response 16) Multistage Amplifiers a. Lower Cut off Frequency b. Higher Cut off Frequency 17) Step Response of an Amplifier 18) BJT large signal analysis (Power Amplifier) a. Class A i. Series fed ii. Transformer coupled b. Class B (+ complimentary) c. Class C d. Class D 19) Amplifier Distortion 20) Negative feedback amplifiers 21) Sensitivity of a negative feedback amplifier

22) Block Diagram of a negative feedback amplifier 23) Topology & Sampling 24) Negative feedback amplifiers a. Voltage series i. JFET ii. Op Amp iii. BJT b. Current series c. Current shunt d. Voltage Shunt 25) Oscillator 26) Barkhausens criteria 27) RC phase Shift oscillator a. BJT b. Op Amp c. JFET 28) Types of Oscillators a. Hartley b. Colpitts c. Clapp d. Crystal 29) Quad Oscillator 30) Multivibrators (+ types) 31) Astable Multivibrator a. BJT b. Op Amp 32) Monostable Multivibrator (Op Amp) 33) Schmitt Trigger 34) Triangular Waveform generator 35) 2 stage amplifiers a. Cascade (CE - CE) b. Cascode (CE - CB) c. Darlington Pair (CC - CC) 36) Bootstrapping 37) Active Filters 38) Sallen Key (2nd order filter) a. Low pass filter

b. High pass filter 39) Classification due to a. Chebyshev b. Bessel c. Butterworth 40) Butterworth filter of various orders 41) Band filter (2nd order) 42) Wide Band pass filter 43) Band Reject filter a. Narrow b. Wide 44) 555 Timer a. Monostable Multivibrator b. Missing pulse detector c. Linear Ramp Generator d. Frequency Divider e. Pulse width modulation f. Astable Miltivibrator g. Schmitt trigger 45) Voltage control Oscillator (PLL 565) a. Block diagram b. Frequency translator