Discussion on LICA(JNTU 3-1 subject)

India
July 19, 2010 2:11am CST
Hi friends, we have a subject in 3-1(Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University-hyderabad) name is Linear IC Applications, we simply called as LICA(not officially). It is totally depends upon the basics of Transistors. I am already studied in diploma(polytechnic) also. we have 8units in this subjects, given below: Unit-I:Integrated Circuits Unit-II:Characteristics of OPAMPs Unit-III:Linear Applications of OP-AMPs Unit-IV:Non Linear Applications of OP-AMPs Unit-V:Oscillators and waveform generators Unit-VI:Timers and Phase Locked Loops Unit-VII:Digital to Anolog & Anolog to Digital Converters Unit-VIII:Anolog Multipliers and Modulators Presently we are in First unit, in this we have to study about Differential Amplifiers....
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• India
19 Jul 10
I appreciate you my friend, well try. This discussion is helped to you to develope your subject. And at the same time, it will be used a best source to coming batches. I am participating in your discussion with very much interest. We have many books na on this...
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• India
19 Jul 10
Thank you, yes we have many text books and reference books on LICA subject; Text books are: 1.Linear Integrated Circuits -by D.Roy Chowdary, New age International pvt ltd., 2nd edition, 2003 2.OP-AMPS & Linear ICs -by Ramakanth A. Gayakwad, PHI, 1987 References are: 1.Design with Operational Amplifiers & Analog Integrated Circuits -by Sergio Franco, McGrawHill, 1988 2.Operational Amplifiers & Linear Integrated Circuits -by R.F. Coughlin & Fredrick Driscoll, PHI, 6th Editin, 3. Operation Amplifiers -by C.G. Clayton, Butterworth & Company Publ, ltd./Elsevier, 1971
• India
19 Jul 10
Ya, there are many standard text books are available, but we can easily understood by local authors books...
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• India
19 Jul 10
Yes you are right, the local authors can wrote in a lucid manner. But after understanding the concept we have to go for Standard books. In our local books, Linear IC Applications by U.A.Bakshi & A.P.Godse is in very simple manner and we can read ourselves.
@Hatley (164640)
• Garden Grove, California
19 Jul 10
hi rameshchow this all sounds like you are headed for a very lucrative career in electronics , am I not right. I know my own son took some of those courses but he did not pursue a degree.But at least He is again employed and in the field'he loves, computer programming. I imagine you will find a lot of fellow'students here taking much the same courses. good luck and God bless.
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• India
20 Jul 10
Yes, i have so much interest on my studies, and my friends also participated in discussion very actively, thanks to them. thank you..
@swapnam (63)
• India
19 Jul 10
I want to listen about CMRR..........
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