Electronics for Analog Signal Processing - I

By
Rao, K. R. (K. Radhakrishna)
(2008)

1 - Introduction (50:10) 2 - Diode (50:41) 3 - Diode characteristics (51:37) 4 - Rectifier (51:49) 5 - Voltage Multiplier (56:05) 6 - Full Wave Rectifier and Peak Detector (49:07) 7 - Diode as a GATE (53:02) 8 - Analog GATE (51:07) 9 - Small Signal Analysis of Diode Circuit (50:43) 10 - Zener Regulator and Voltage Regulator (50:12) 11 - Varactor Diode (51:05) 12 - Amplifiers (53:28) 13 - Cascading of Amplifiers (52:31) 14 - Cascading of Amplifiers (50:15) 15 - h and g Parameters (49:54) 16 - Two Port Analysis (52:15) 17 - Amplifier Applications (50:36) 18 - Frequency Limitations Of An Amplifier (51:59) 19 - Distortion In Amplifiers (55:51) 20 - Bipolar Junction Transistor (54:22) 21 - Transistor (BJT) Inverter (56:09) 22 - Transistor Biasing (54:35) 23 - Stable Way of Biasing (59:03) 24 - Common Emitter Amplifiers (54:57) 25 - Transistor Biasing Using Single Supply (55:51) 26 - Metal Oxide Semiconductor (56:41) 27 - Construction of a MOSFET (56:39) 28 - Varieties of MOSFETS and JFETS (52:33) 29 - Characteristics of MOSFET (52:08) 30 - Cascading Amplifiers (51:28) 31 - Cascading (Direct Coupling) (55:06) 32 - The Differential Amplifiers (58:18) 33 - BJT Differential Amplifiers (50:19) 34 - MOSFET Differential Amplifiers (51:16) 35 - Cascading Differential Amplifiers (51:56) 36 - Current Source and Current Sink (55:13) 37 - NMOS Inverters and CMOS Inverters (51:58) 38 - Active Components used in Electronics (45:43)

Published by:

National Programme on Technology Enhanced Learning (NPTEL)

DOER Persistent Identifier: http://doer.col.org/handle/123456789/562
Collections: