This is the first course of a series of courses on electronics engineering. It explains the basic concepts of semi-conductor diode and its current-voltage relationship. Various applications of junction diode are discussed and various types of diodes are also explained. Bipolar Junction Transistors (BJTs) and Field-Effect Transistors (FETs) are evolved as two PN-junction devices. Relations of various currents and voltages in these transistors are explained in detail. The effect of temperature on these semiconductor devices is highlighted. Similarly, the working principles of Op-Amps and MOSFETS are also taught. Their critical parameters impacting design of amplifiers are talked about in detail. A variety of applications of various types of transistors, Op-Amps and MOSFETS are dealt with. The course is directly supported with lab experiments embracing the design principles.


CLO-1: Express knowledge of primary electronic lab instruments including DMM, Function Generator, Oscilloscope and Electronic trainer to power up and evaluate Diode , BJTs and FETs based electronic circuits. (P1)
CLO-2: Investigate the use of transistor and different passive electronic components in development of certain electronic solutions with possible variations to fine tune the output. (C6)


  • Experiment # 1
    • V-I Characteristics of Diode
  • Experiment # 2
    • Full Wave Rectification
  • Experiment # 3
    • Zener Diode Voltage Regulator.
  • Experiment # 4
    • Clipping Circuits
  • Experiment # 5
    • Clamping Circuits
  • Experiment # 6
    • Design and Implementation of BJT Bias Circuit.
  • Experiment # 7
    • Common Emitter Transistor Amplifier.
  • Experiment # 8
    • JFET Biasing and Output Characteristics
  • Experiment # 9
    • Common Source Transistor Amplifier.
  • Experiment #10
    • N-Channel MOSFET Biasing and Input/ Output Characteristics.
  • Experiment # 11
    • Logic Gates using Diodes.
  • Experiment # 12
    • Static Transfer Characteristics of BJT Inverter.
  • Experiment # 13
    • Logic Gates using BJT Transistors