# Network Theory Lab

Following is the list of experiments to be performed in Network Theory lab.

## Study the transient response of a series RL circuit

Aim Study the transient response of a series RL circuit and understand the time constant concept. Apparatus Breadboard, Resistor, Inductor, CRO, Function generator, CRO probes and Connecting wires. Theory In this experiment, you will apply a square waveform to the circuit to analyse the transient response of the circuit. The pulse width relative to the […]

## Study the transient response of a series RC circuit

Aim Study the transient response of a series RC circuit and understand the time constant concept. Apparatus Breadboard, Resistor, Capacitor, CRO, Function generator, CRO probes and Connecting wires. Theory In this experiment you will apply a pulse waveform to the RC circuit to analyse the transient response of the circuit. The pulse-width relative to a

## Verify Hybrid Parameters of Two-port Network

Aim To calculate and verify Hybrid parameters of two-port network. Apparatus Breadboard, Batteries or DC regulated power supply, Resistors, Digital multimeter, Connecting wires, Alligator clips. Theory h-Parameters of Two Port Network are also called hybrid parameters. These parameters are very useful in constructing models for transistors. These parameters are obtained by expressing voltage at input

## Verify Y-Parameters of Two-port Network

Aim To calculate and verify Y-parameters of two-port network. Apparatus Breadboard, Batteries or DC regulated power supply, Resistors, Digital multimeter, Connecting wires, Alligator clips. Theory Y parameters (also known as admittance parameters or short-circuit parameters) are properties used in electrical engineering to describe the electrical behaviour of linear electrical networks. For any two-port network,

## Verify Z-Parameters of Two-port Network

Aim To calculate and verify Z-parameters of two-port network. Apparatus Breadboard, Batteries or DC regulated power supply, Resistors, Digital multimeter, Connecting wires, Alligator clips. Theory Z parameters (also known as impedance parameters or open-circuit parameters) are properties used in electrical engineering to describe the electrical behaviour of linear networks. These Z-parameters are used in Z-matrixes

## Verification of Maximum Power Transfer Theorem

Aim Verification of Maximum Power Transfer Theorem Apparatus Breadboard, Batteries or DC regulated power supply, Resistors, Digital multimeter, Connecting wires, Alligator clips, Computer and Multisim software for simulation. Theory Statement The maximum power transfer theorem states that in a linear, bilateral DC network, maximum power is delivered to the load when the load resistance is equal

## Verification of Thevenins theorem

Aim Verification of Thevenin’s theorem Apparatus Breadboard, Batteries or DC regulated power supply, Resistors, Digital multimeter, Connecting wires, Alligator clips, Computer and Multisim software for simulation. Theory Thevenin’s theorem is used to convert a complex network into a simple network consists of a voltage source in series with a resistor and load resistor. Statement “Any

## Verification of Superposition Theorem

Aim Verification of Superposition Theorem Apparatus Breadboard, Batteries or DC regulated power supply, Resistors, Digital multimeter, Connecting wires, Alligator clips, Computer and Multisim software for simulation. Theory Statement: If a number of voltage or current source are acting simultaneously in a linear network, the resultant current in any branch is the algebraic sum of the

## Verification of Kirchhoffs Laws

Aim Verification of Kirchhoff’s laws Apparatus Breadboard, Batteries or DC regulated power supply, Resistors, Multimeter, Connecting wires, Alligator clips, PC with Multisim software for simulation. Theory Kirchhoff’s Current Law This law is also called Kirchhoff’s point rule, Kirchhoff’s junction law (or nodal law), and Kirchhoff’s first law. Statement: The algebraic sum of all the currents

## Verification of Nortons Theorem

Aim Verification of Norton’s theorem Apparatus Breadboard, Batteries or DC regulated power supply, Resistors, Digital multimeter, Connecting wires, Alligator clips, Computer and Multisim software for simulation. Theory Norton’s theorem is used to convert a complex linear network into a simple network consists of a current source in parallel with a resistor and load resistor. Statement