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NPTEL

Analog Electronic Circuits

NPTEL and Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur via YouTube

Overview

COURSE OUTLINE: This course on Analog Electronic Circuits has been designed primarily as a core course for undergraduate students and, as a refresher course for master-level students and circuit designers working in the industry. It starts with basic circuit components and circuit concepts and then, gradually moves to practical building blocks of analog electronic systems. In this course, a serious attempt has been made to make a balance between theory and practice so that the discussed circuits can be constructed in an undergraduate level laboratory class and their measured performance can be easily compared with the analytically predicted performance.

Syllabus

Analog Electronic Circuits.
Lecture 01 : Introduction to the course.
Lecture 02 : Introduction to the constituent topics of the course and the Layout.
Lecture 03 : Revisit to pre-requisite topics.
Lecture 04 : Revisit to Pre- requisite Topics (Contd.).
Lecture 05 : Analysis of Simple Non-Linear Circuit.
Lecture 06 : Analysis of Simple Non - linear Circuit (Contd.).
Lecture 07 : Revisiting BJT Characteristic.
Lecture 08: Revisiting BJT Characteristic (Contd.).
Lecture 09 : Revisiting BJT Characteristic (Contd.).
Lecture 10 : Revisiting MOSFET.
Lecture 11 : Revisiting MOSFET (Contd.).
Lecture 12 : Revisiting MOSFET (Contd.).
Lecture 13 : Revisiting MOSFET (Contd.).
Lecture 14 : Analysis of simple non - linear circuit containing a BJT.
Lecture 15 : Analysis of simple non - linear circuit containing a BJT (Contd.).
Lecture 16 : Analysis of simple non - linear circuit containing a MOSFET.
Lecture 17 : Analysis of simple non - linear circuit containing a MOSFET (Contd.).
Lecture 18 : Linearization of non - linear circuit containing BJT.
Lecture 19 : Linearization of non - linear circuit containing BJT (Contd.).
Lecture 20 : Linearization of non - linear circuit containing MOSFET.
Lecture 21 : Linearization of non-linear circuit containing MOSFET (Contd.).
Lecture 22 : Linear models of Amplifiers (Part A).
Lecture 23 : Linear models of Amplifiers (Part B).
Lecture 24 : Common Emitter Amplifier (Part A).
Lecture 25 : Common Emitter Amplifier (Part B).
Lecture 26 : Common Emitter Amplifier (contd.) (Part A).
Lecture 27 : Common Emitter Amplifier (contd.) (Part B).
Lecture 28 : Common Emitter Amplifier (contd.) - Numerical examples (Part A).
Lecture 29 : Common Emitter Amplifier (contd.) - Numerical examples (Part B).
Lecture 30 : Common Emitter Amplifier (contd.) - Design guidelines (Part A).
Lecture 31 : Common Emitter Amplifier (contd.) - Design guidelines (Part B).
Lecture 32 : Common Source Amplifier (Part A).
Lecture 33 : Common Source Amplifier (Part B).
Lecture 34 : Common Source Amplifier (contd.) Numerical examples and design guidelines (Part B).
Lecture 35 : Frequency Response of CE and CS Amplifiers (Part A).
Lecture 36 : Frequency Response of CE and CS Amplifiers (Part B).
Lecture 37 : Frequency Response of CE and CS Amplifiers (Part C).
Lecture 38 : Frequency Response of CE and CS Amplifiers (Contd.) (Part A).
Lecture 39 : Frequency Response of CE And CS Amplifiers (Contd.) (Part B).
Lecture 40 : Frequency Response of CE/CS Amplifiers Considering HF Models of BJT and MOSFET (Part A).
Lecture 41 : Frequency Response of CE/CS Amplifiers Considering HF Models of BJT and MOSFET (Part B).
Lecture 42 : Frequency Response of CE/CS Amplifiers Considering HF Models of BJT And MOSFET (Part C).
Lecture 43 : Limitation of CE and CS Amplifiers in Cascading.
Lecture 44 : Common Collector and Common Drain Amplifiers.
Lecture 45 : Common Collector and Common Drain Amplifiers (Contd.): Analysis (Part A).
Lecture 46 : Common Collector and Common Drain Amplifiers (Contd.): Analysis (Part B).
Lecture 47 : Common Collector and Common Drain Amplifiers (Contd.): Numerical Examples (Part A).
Lecture 48 : Common Collector and Common Drain Amplifiers (Contd.): Numerical Examples (Part B).
Lecture 49 : Common Base and Common Gate Amplifiers : Analysis (Part A).
Lecture 50 : Common Base and Common Gate Amplifiers : Analysis (Part B).
Lecture 51 : Common Base and Common Gate Amplifiers (Contd.) : Numerical Examples (Part A).
Lecture 52 : Common Base and Common Gate Amplifiers (Contd.) : Numerical Examples (Part B).
Lecture 53 : Common Base and Common Gate Amplifiers (Contd.) : Numerical Examples (Part C).
Lecture 54 : Common Base and Common Gate Amplifiers (Contd.) : Numerical Examples (Part D).
Lecture 55 : Multi-Transistor Amplifiers: Operation and Analysis (Part A).
Lecture 56 : Multi-Transistor Amplifiers: Operation and Analysis (Part B).
Lecture 57 : Multi-Transistor Amplifiers : Operation and Analysis (Part C).
Lecture 58 : Multi-Transistor Amplifiers (Contd.): Numerical Examples (Part A).
Lecture 59 : Multi-Transistor Amplifiers (Contd.): Numerical Examples (Part B).
Lecture 60 : Multi-Transistor Amplifiers (Contd.): Numerical Examples (Part C).
Lecture 61 : Multi-Transistor Amplifiers: Cascode Amplifier (Part A).
Lecture 62 : Multi-Transistor Amplifiers : Cascode Amplifier (Part B).
Lecture 63 : Multi-Transistor Amplifiers: Cascode Amplifier (Contd.) – Numerical Examples (Part A).
Lecture 64 : Multi-Transistor Amplifiers: Cascode Amplifier (Contd.) – Numerical Examples (Part B).
Lecture 65 : Multi-Transistor Amplifiers: Cascode Amplifier (Contd.) – Numerical Examples (Part C).
Lecture 66 : Multi-Transistor Amplifiers : Amplifier With Active Load (Part A).
Lecture 67 : Multi-Transistor Amplifiers : Amplifier With Active Load (Part B).
Lecture 68 : Multi-Transistor Amplifiers : Amplifier With Active Load (Contd.).
Lecture 69 :Multi-Transistor Amplifiers : Amplifier With Active Load (Contd.) –Numerical Examples(B).
Lecture 70 : Single - ended Vs. Differential Signaling and Basic Model of a Differential Amplifier.
Lecture 71 : Single - ended Vs. Differential Signaling and Basic Model of a Differential.
Lecture 72 : Single - ended Vs. Differential Signaling and Basic Model of a Differential.
Lecture 73 : Single - ended Vs. Differential Signaling and Basic Model of a Differential Amplifier.
Lecture 74 : Single - ended Vs. Differential Signaling and Basic Model of a Differential.
Lecture 75 : Differential Amplifier : Basic Structure and Principle of Operation.
Lecture 76 : Differential Amplifier : Basic Structure and Principle of Operation (Contd.).
Lecture 77 : Differential Amplifier : Analysis and Numerical Examples.
Lecture 78 : Differential Amplifier : Analysis and Numerical Examples (Contd.).
Lecture 79 : Differential Amplifier : Analysis and Numerical Examples (Contd.).
Lecture 80 : Differential Amplifier : Analysis and Numerical Examples (Contd.).
Lecture 81 : CURRENT MIRROR CIRCUITS (PART-A).
Lecture 82 : CURRENT MIRROR CIRCUITS (PART-B).
Lecture 83 : Usage of current mirror (Part-A).
Lecture 84 : Usage of current mirror (Part-B).
Lecture 85 : Usage of current mirror (Part-C).
Lecture 86 : Numerical examples on current mirror and its applications (Part-A).
Lecture 87 : Numerical examples on current mirror and its applications (Part-B).
Lecture 88 : Numerical examples on current mirror and its applications (Part-C).
Lecture 89 : Numerical examples on current mirror and its applications (Part-D).
Lecture 90: Feedback system (Part-A).
Lecture 91: Feedback system (Part-B).
Lecture 92: Feedback system (Part-C).
Lecture 93: Feedback system (Part-D).
Lecture 94:Feedback system (Part-E).
Lecture 95:Effect of feedback on frequency response (Part-A).
Lecture 96: Effect of feedback on frequency response (Part-B).
Lecture 97: Applications of feedback in amplifier circuits (Part-A).
Lecture 98: Applications of feedback in amplifier circuits (Part-B).
Lecture 99: Applications of feedback in amplifier circuits (Part-C).
Lecture 04.
Lecture 19.
Lecture 52.
Lecture 69.
Lecture 26.

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IIT Kharagpur July 2018

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