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Analog Electronic Circuits By Prof. 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 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.

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Analog Electronic Circuits By Prof. 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 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. It helps to build confidence on theory. The other important feature of this course is, it covers both BJT based circuits and MOSFET based circuits parallel so that similarities and performance differences between these two classes of circuits are understandable.

Moreover, the BJT based circuits discussed here can be easily constricted on bread board to verify their characteristic through measurement. The above mentioned two features make the proposed course unique with respect to the existing NPTEL courses on this topic.

Sc in Electrical and Electronics discipline. Learners enrolled: Week 2 : Revisiting BJT - operation and characteristic equations. Week 3 : Analysis of simple non-linear circuits containing one transistor and introducing the notion of signal amplification. Input-output transfer characteristic of a non-linear circuit. Linearization of input-output transfer characteristic of a non-linear circuit and introducing the notion of small signal equivalent circuit.

Small signal models of transistors. Week 4 : Amplifier models equivalent circuits : voltage amplifier, current amplifier, trans-conductance amplifier and trans-resistance amplifier. Cascading of multiple amplifiers. Common emitter CE amplifier — biasing, operation, analysis numerical examples and design guidelines. Common source CS amplifier — biasing, operation, analysis, Numerical examples and design guidelines. Week 8 : Single-ended signaling vs. Use of current mirror as signal mirror.

Week 10 : Feedback system: Basic feedback theory; Four different feedback configurations and their characteristics. Effects of feedback on frequency response of an amplifier. Application of feedback in practical circuits. Week 11 : Oscillation in feedback system and oscillation criterion, Stability analysis of a feedback system, Two-stage differential amplifier and its stability analysis in feedback configuration. Week 12 : Oscillator: Phase-shift and LC based sinusoidal oscillators.

Millman and C. Paul R. Gray and Robert G. Horowitz and W. Sedra and K. Smith, Microelectronic Circuits, 5. Fundamentals of Microelectronics by Behzad Razhavi, Wiley 6.

Millman and A. Grabel, Microelectronics, 2nd edition, McGraw Hill, He has more than seven years of hands-on design experience from three different IC design companies. Out of his teaching experience, he has developed the course material for the proposed course. But if you want a certificate, you have to register and write the proctored exam conducted by us in person at any of the designated exam centres. More details will be made available when the exam registration form is published.

If there are any changes, it will be mentioned then. It will be e-verifiable at nptel. Hard copies will not be dispatched. Helpline : 1 email : support swayam. Electrical, Electronics and Communications Engineering.

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Analog Electronic Circuits

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 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. It helps to build confidence on theory. The other important feature of this course is, it covers both BJT based circuits and MOSFET based circuits parallel so that similarities and performance differences between these two classes of circuits are understandable. Moreover, the BJT based circuits discussed here can be easily constricted on bread board to verify their characteristic through measurement. The above mentioned two features make the proposed course unique with respect to the existing NPTEL courses on this topic.

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