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Department of EEE Analog System Design [ELE 210] First Assignment

Date of Assignment : 23-02-2012 Last Date for Submission :08-02-2012 1. For the circuit shown in fig. (1) , (a) evaluate the overall gain A, (b) specify suitable components to make overall gain A variable over the range -100 V/V A 0 by means of 100 k pot. Try minimising the numbers of resistors you use.

Vi

OA1

Vo R1 R2

2. Using two Op-amps, design a circuit such that output VO = 4VA -3VB + 2VC VD. Select feedback resistance Rf = 30 k. 3. Design a two input, two output circuit that yields the sum and the difference of inputs: VS = V1 + V2, and VD = V1 V2. 4. For a basic differentiator circuit with C = 10nF and R = 100 k, let VI be a periodic signal alternating between 0 V and 2 V with a frequency of 100 Hz. Sketch V I and VO versus time if VI is (a) a sine wave ; (b) a triangular wave. 5. Using just one op amp powered from 15 V supply voltages, design a circuit that accepts an ac input VI and yields VO = VI + 5V, under the constraint that the resistance seen by the ac source be 100 k. 6. From pole-zero concept obtain the 6th order Butterworth polynomial. Hence design 6th order High Pass Butterworth filter with half power frequency equal to 10 kHz. Assume C = 0.1 F and feedback resistance Rf = 10 k. 7. Design a narrowband bandpass filter with a resonant frequency 100Hz and Q =10 and midband gain 50 V/V. Assume C = 0.1 F. 8. Design a wideband band pass filter with half power frequencies 1 KHz and 10 KHz and stop band roll off equal to 40 dB/decade. Assume C = 0.1 F and Rf = 10 k. 9. Realize a circuit to implement a VTC as shown in fig 9(a) and 9(b).Vsat=12V and a sine wave is applied to the input terminal .Draw the output voltage along with the input waveform.

R4

R3

OA2

Fig. (1)

vout +9v

vout 10V

-2.5v

5v vin

2V

5V

vin

-7V

-4v fig 9a

Fig(9 b)

10. Derive an expression for the input resistance Ri in the circuit shown in fig Q10. Assume open loop gain of op-amp is A(very large)
R2 R1

R3

Ri

Fig Q10

11. Show that the floating load V-I converter in the circuit shown in fig Q11 yields i0= where K=1+R2/R3.
R2 R1
Load

vi R1 / K

Vi R3 Fig Q11

i0

12. Using comparators, Zener diodes(IR1mA Vz=5V), resistors, LEDs( ILED1mA, VLED1.8V) design a circuit that monitors a 12V car battery and causes the first LED to glow whenever the battery voltage rises above 13V, and causes the second LED to glow whenever it drops below 10V. Use Vcc = 12V as bias voltage.

13. From the fundamentals, derive an expression for the non inverting Schmitt trigger with VLTP<0 and VUTP>0 and = . 14. With a neat circuit diagram explain the following I. Peak detector II. Sample and Hold III. Full wave precision rectifier

15. Derive an expression for the output V0of the Op-amp based circuit shown in figure Q1. Hence plot
the output with respect to time. Simulate using Spice to verify your result.
1K 1K

1V 1K + V0

2sin(314t)

1K

Fig Q15.

16. Design and develop a circuit to solve differential equations. Assume initial conditions are zero.

a) b)

. .

17. Discuss the difference between Active and Passive filters. Note: Simulate the questions 2,4,6,7,8,9,12,15 using PSpice and verify your results.