M. Sc. (Physics):Liquid Crystals:Digital Electronics and MicroprocessorThapar University
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Physics Lab I
Fundamentals of Computer Science and C Programming
Condensed Matter Physics
Experimental Techniques in Physics
Atomic and Molecular Physics
Physics Lab II
Physics Lab III
Digital Electronics and Microprocessor
Logic Systems: Basic Concepts of dc positive and negative logic systems, Dynamic Logic Systems. Brief introduction to Boolean Agebra/Logic gates (OR, AND, NOR, NAND , EX-OR, etc.), K mapping.
Digital Systems: Standard gate assemblies. Binary Address, Parallel and Serial operations, Half Adder, Full Adder, J-K Flip-flop, Shift Register, Up and Down Counters, Synchronous and Asynchronous counters, Bipolar and MOS digital systems and their comparison, Decoder, Multiplexer Encoder, Encoder, Read Only Memory, Random Access Memory, Applications of ROM and RAM, Digital Display, Seven segment display, Sequence generator. Memory Storage cell (both Bipolar and MOS RAM ), Read, Write and Address operations (both Bipolar and MOS RAM), Digital to Analog Converters, Weighted resistor and 2R Ladder type, Analog to digital Converters.
Microprocessor: An Introduction to Microprocessor, Microcomputers and assembly language. Bus interfacing, Bus organised computers, SAP-1, SAP-2 and SAP-3, Machine language, ASCII code. 8085 Microprocessor architecture, Microprocessor initiated operations. Internal data operations, 8085,8086,8087 registers, Externally initiated operations, Memory mapping and memory classification. Simple microcomputer system, Logic devices for interfacing. Microprocessor communication and bus timings. 8085 machine cycles. Memory interfacing with 8085. Interfacing I/O devices, Introduction to 8085 assembly language programming. 8085 instruction., General purpose programmable Peripheral devices. Microprocessor Applications, Recent trends in Microprocessor Technology. Introduction to 8086 microprocessor and 8051 microcontroller.
Laboratory Assignments: To study Analog to Digital converter (ADC) and Digital to Analog converter (DAC). Multiplexer and Demultiplexer circuits. 4-bit Shift register. D, SR and JK Flip Flops. 4-bit comparator. Ripple up and down counter. Encoder and decoder. Perform arithmetic operations using 8085 microprocessor. Arithmetic operations using 8086 microprocessor. Study the 4-bit shift register and observing the output using CRO. Seven segment display (IC trainer). Use of an operational amplifier for various mathematical operations. To perform Boolean Algebra using AND, OR, NOT, XOR gates. Construct and verify the operation of a Half adder, Full Adder and Subtractor. Study of 8051 microcontroller.