EI 1253 ELECTRONIC INSTRUMENTATION 3 0 0 100AIM
To equip the student with relevant knowledge about electronic instruments and
i. To provide adequate knowledge about the various principles involved in electronic measurements and operation of important electronic instruments.
ii. To provide the details of various analog electronic instruments which are used to measure voltage, current and power.
iii. An exposure is given to the student about signal generation and analysis.
iv. Indepth knowledge is given to the student about
cathode ray oscilloscope.
v. A clear idea has been given about digital electronic instruments which are used to measure voltage, frequency, period, total count etc.
vi. Emphasis is laid on display and recording devices.
1. ANALOG METERS 9
D.C, A.C voltmeters, ammeters, multimeter, power meter, Q-meter, true RMS meter,
vector impedance meter, vector voltmeter, component measuring instrument.
2. SIGNAL GENERATORS AND ANALYZERS 9
Sine wave generator – Frequency synthesized sine wave generator – Sweep frequency generator, pulse and square wave generator – Function generator – Wave analyzer – Applications – Harmonic distortion analyzer – Spectrum analyzer – Applications – Audio Frequency generator – Noise generator.
3. CATHODE RAY OSCILLOSCOPE 9
General purpose oscilloscope – Screens for CRT graticules – Vertical & horizontal deflection systems – Delay line – Multiple trace – Dual beam & dual trace – Probes – Oscilloscope techniques – Special oscilloscopes – Storage oscilloscopes – Sampling oscilloscope – Digital CRO.
4. DIGITAL INSTRUMENTS 9
Digital method for measuring frequency, period, phase difference, pulse width, time interval, total count – Digital voltmeter – Types – Automatic polarity indication, automatic ranging, auto zeroing – DMM – Microprocessor based DM0M – DPM – IEEE 488 bus.
5. DISPLAY AND RECORDING DEVICES 9
Bar graph display – Segmental and dot matrix display – X-Y recorders, magnetic tape
recorders – Digital recording – Data loggers. Interference and screening – Electrostatic
and electromagnetic interference & earth loops.
L = 45 Total = 45
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