Electronic circuits, HR Management

ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS:

This unit has dealt with discrete electronic circuits (rectifiers and single-stage BJT amplifiers) and three popular analog integrated circuits namely the 555 IC Timer , IC-op-amp, and IC voltage regulator 723. In this unit, we study the basic circuit configurations employing the above devices and building blocks and also learnt how to analyze the several application circuits by using these.

 

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