• Department of Biomedical Engineering

Electronic Circuits and Systems Laboratory

Electronic Circuits and Systems Laboratory

COURSE OUTCOMES:
On successful completion of the course, students will be able to
CO1 : Determine the op-amp parameters.
CO2 : Design and conduct experiments using Op-Amp.
CO3 : Conduct experiments related to application of filters and amplifiers.
CO4 : Demonstrate A/D and D/A converters.

LIST OF EXPERIMENTS:
1. Measurement of op-amp parameters.
2. Design of op-amp circuit for the given output equation (e.g. Applications of summing, scaling and averaging
amplifiers, subtractor etc.)
3. Comparator applications (e.g. Battery voltage level monitoring circuit and Water level indicator)
4. Measurement of physical quantities using instrumentation amplifier (e.g. Temperature, Pressure, Force, Weight,
Torque etc.)
5. Measurement of temperature using thermocouple.
6. Generation of square, Triangular and Saw tooth wave using op-amps.
7. Relay driver circuit for ON/OFF operation using IC 555 Timer.
8. Design of voltage regulator with protection circuits and applications (e.g. Mobile battery charging circuit)
9. A/D and D/A converters and applications.
10. Phase-locked loop using IC 565 PLL and applications.

List of Major Equipments:
  • Multi-vibrator  using 555 IC Trainer kit
  • OP-AMP Application Trainer kit
  • Analog to Digital Converter Trainer kit
  • Digital to Analog Converter Trainer kit
  • Voltage to Frequency characteristics with VCO Trainer kit
  • Frequency Multiplier Trainer kit
  • Function generator
  • Digital Multi-meter