Mathematics – II video courses

Lecture Series on Electronics for Analog Signal Processing I by Prof. K. Radhakrishna Rao, Department of Electrical Engineering, IIT Madras.

1 – INTRODUCTION
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 Invertor[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]

These video lectures are delivered by IIT professors as a part of NPTEL project.