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Linear Integrated Circuits

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  • विषय Linear Integrated Circuits

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Contents
1. Operational Amplifier (Op-Amp)
1. Introduction
2. Differential Amplifier
3. Functions of all Stages
3.1 Input Stage
3.2 Intermediate Stage
3.3 Level Shifting Stage (Emitter Follower)
3.4 Output Stage (Complementary Push Pull Amplifier)
4. Equivalent Circuit, Circuit Symbols and Terminals
5. Op-Amp IC 741 Block Diagram and Pin Diagram
6. Parameters of Op-Amp
7. The Ideal Characteristics of Op-Amp
8. Ideal Voltage Transfer Curve
9. Op-Amp IC 741
9.1 Features of IC 741
9.2 Important Characteristics of IC 741 along with those of Ideal Op-amp
2. Op-Amp Configuration
1. Introduction
2. Op-amp Configurations
2.1 Virtual Short Concept
2.2 Virtual Ground Concept
2.3 Open Loop Configuration
2.4 Closed Loop Op-amp Configurations
3. Inverting and Non-inverting Configuration of Adders Circuit
3.1 Adders
3.2 Integrator Circuit
3.2 Differentiator
3.3 Basic Concepts of Frequency Compensation of Op-amps and Offset Nulling
3.4 Offset Nulling Technique
Solved Examples
3. Application of Op-Amp
1. Need for Signal Conditioning and Signal Processing
2. Instrumentation Amplifier
3. Voltage (V) to Current (I) Converter
3.1 Voltage to Current Converter with Floating Load
3.2 Voltage to Current Converter with Grounded Load
4. Current (I) to Voltage (V) Converter
5. Sample and Hold Circuit
6. Log and Antilog Amplifiers
6.1 Log Amplifiers
6.2 Antilog Amplifiers (Temperature Compensated Antilog Amplifiers)
7. Analog Multiplier and Divider
7.1 Multiplier
7.2 Divider (Analog Divider using Log/Antilog Amplifiers)
8. Comparators
8.1 Non-inverting Comparator
8.2 Inverting Comparator
8.3 Zero Crossing Detector
8.4 Regenerative Comparator (Schmitt Trigger)
8.5 Window Detector
8.6 Phase Detector
8.7 Active Peak Detector
8.8 Peak to Peak Detector
Solved Examples
4. Filters
1. Introduction
1.1 Necessity of Filter Circuit
1.2 Function of Filter Circuit
2. Classification of Filters
3. Concept of Passive and Active Filters
3.1 Passive Filters
3.2 Active Filters
3.3 Merits and Demerits of Active Filters over Passive Filters
3.4 Comparison between Active Filter and Passive Filter
4. Frequency Response Characteristics of Filters
4.1 Ideal and Real (Practical) Characteristics
5. Some Important Terms
6. First Order and Second Order Butter-Worth Filters
6.1 Low Pass Filter
6.2 High Pass Filter
6.3 Band Pass Filter
6.4 Band Reject Filter
6.5 All Pass Filter
Solved Problems
5. Timers
1. Introduction
2. IC 555 Timer
2.1 Salient Features of IC 555
3. Block Diagram of IC 555 Timer
3.1 Pin Diagram of IC 555 Timer
3.2 A Single IC Timers (IC555/555C)
3.3 Pin Function
4. Modes of Operation of IC 555
5. Phase Locked Loop (PLL)
5.1 Transfer Characteristics of PLL
5.2 Applications of PLL
6. Pin Diagram and Pin Functions of IC 565 (PLL)
6.1 Phase Locked Loop (LM565/LM565C)
Solved Examples
6. Oscillator
1. Introduction
2. Oscillators
2.1 Classification of Oscillator
2.2 Barkhausen Criterion
3. Multivibrators using Op-amp
3.1 Astable multivibrator using Op-amp IC 741
3.2 Monostable Multivibrator using Op-amp IC 741
3.3 Bistable Multivibrator using Op-amp IC 741
4. Multivibrator using Timer IC 555
4.1 Astable Multivibrator using timer IC 555
4.2 Monostable Multivibrator using Timer IC 555
4.3 Bistable Multivibrator using Timer IC 555
4.4 Voltage Controlled Oscillator or V to F Converter
4.5 Schmitt Trigger