Communication Engineering video courses

Lecture Series on Communication Engineering by Prof.Surendra Prasad, Department of Electrical Engineering ,IIT Delhi.

1 – Introduction to Communication Engineering [56:25]
2 – Communication channel [57:54]
3 – Brief Review of Signal and Systems [52:29]
4 – The Hilbert Transform [48:29]
5 – Analytic Representation of band pass Signals [54:35]
6 – Fundamentals of Analog Signal Transmission [51:30]
7 – Analog Modulation of Carriers [51:25]
8 – Amplitude Modulation [54:42]
9 – Amplitude Modulation [49:58]
10 – Single Sideband Modulation [48:53]
11 – Suppressed Sideband Modulation [56:24]
12 – VSB Modulation – Superhet Receiver [52:07]
13 – Superhet Receiver etc [49:41]
14 – Practical Mixers-Effects of Tonal [57:29]
15 – Angle Modulation [49:38]
16 – Angle Modulation [53:42]
17 – Generation of FM Signals [52:02]
18 – FM Generation and Detection [53:28]
19 – Demodulation of Angle Modulated Signals [52:10]
20 – Demodulation of Angle Modulated Signals [53:56]
21 – Demodulation of Angle Modulated Signals [49:46]
22 – Feedback Demodulators – phase locked loop [53:01]
23 – The Phase Locked Loop [54:35]
24 – Frequency Compressive Feedback Demodulator [53:10]
25 – FM Receivers [54:52]
26 – TV Transmission [58:12]
27 – Review of Probability Theory and Random Process [54:47]
28 – Review of Probability Theory and Random Variables [51:36]
29 – Random Processes [55:19]
30 – Random Processes [54:58]
31 – Random Processes [50:55]
32 – Gaussian Random Processes [47:12]
33 – Behaviour of Communication System [54:43]
34 – Performance of AM Systems in Noise [57:33]
35 – Noise in AM and Angle Modulation Systems [54:47]
36 – Noise in Phase and Frequency Modulation systems [49:51]
37 – Noise in Angle Modulation [52:41]
38 – Pre emphasis – De emphasis [50:22]
39 – Pulse Modulation Schemes – PWM and PPM [53:48]
40 – Data Modulation [52:05]
41 – Pulse Code Modulation [58:18]

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

Mathematics I video cources

Lecture series on Mathematics-1 by Prof S.K.Ray, Department of Mathematics and Statistics IIT Kanpur

1 – Real Number [56:59]
2 – Sequences I [54:48]
3 – Sequences II [44:02]
4 – Sequences III [52:02]
5 – Continuous Function [55:09]
6 – Properties of Continuous Function [01:01:04]
7 – Uniform Continuity [59:46]
8 – Differntiable Functions [55:21]
9 – Mean Value Theorem [50:18]
10 – Maxima – Minima [54:44]
11 – Taylor’s Theorem [53:09]
12 – Curve Sketching [46:04]
13 – Infinite Series I [53:52]
14 – Infinite Series II [51:25]
15 – Tests of Convergence [55:48]
16 – Power Series [53:19]
17 – Riemann Integral [53:43]
18 – Riemann Integrable Functions [59:42]
19 – Applications of Riemann Integral [52:05]
20 – Length of a curve [57:52]
21 – Line Integrals [56:20]
22 – Functions of Several Variables [56:22]
23 – Differntiation [01:00:19]
24 – Derivatives [55:20]
25 – Mean Value Theorem [52:01]
26 – Maxima Minima [57:10]
27 – Method of Lagrange Multipliers [50:02]
28 – Multiple Inegrals [52:16]
29 – Surface Integrals [59:53]
30 – Green’s Theorem [52:34]
31 – Stokes Theorem [53:56]
32 – Guass Divergence Theorem [36:41]

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

Digital Signal Processing video courses

Lecture Series on Digital Signal Processing by Prof.S. C Dutta Roy, Department of Electrical Engineering, IIT Delhi.

1 – Digital Signal Processing Introduction[25:26]
2 – Digital Signal Processing Introduction Contd[55:26]
3 – Digital Systems[53:55]
4 – Characterization Description,Testing of Digital Syst[49:03]
5 – LTI Systems Step & Impulse Responses,Convolution[57:05]
6 – Inverse Systems,Stability,FIR & IIR[01:00:09]
7 – FIR & IIR; Recursive & Non Recursive[56:27]
8 – Discrete Time Fourier Transform[57:17]
9 – Discrete Fourier Transform (DFT)[01:01:19]
10 – DFT (Contd.)[49:53]
11 – DFT (Contd.) Introduction to Z Transform[01:01:06]
12 – Z Transform[56:33]
13 – Z Transform (Contd.)[58:25]
14 – Discrete Time Systems in the Frequency Domain[01:01:15]
15 – Simple Digital Filters[59:36]
16 – All Pass Filters,Com.Filters[58:28]
17 – Linear Phase filters,Complementary Transfer Fn[59:21]
18 – Compensatary Transfer Functions, (Contd.)[59:34]
19 – Test for Stability using All Pass Functions[01:00:21]
20 – Digital Processing of Continuous Time Signals[57:29]
21 – Problem Solving Session: FT, DFT,& Z Transforms[58:44]
22 – Problem Solving Session: FT,DFT, & Z Transforms[01:01:00]
23 – Analog Filter Design[56:49]
24 – Analog Chebyshev LPF Design[57:41]
25 – Analog Filter Design (Contd.): Transformations[01:00:08]
26 – Analog frequency Transformation[01:01:13]
27 – Problem Solving Session on Discrete Time System[54:03]
28 – Digital Filter Structures[53:55]
29 – IIR Realizations[46:04]
30 – All Pass Realizations[51:35]
31 – Lattice Synthesis (Contd.)[01:00:02]
32 – FIR Lattice Synthesis[01:01:12]
33 – FIR Lattice (Contd.) and Digital Filter Design[54:41]
34 – IIR Filter Design[50:57]
35 – IIR Design by Bilinear Transformation[51:54]
36 – IIR Design Examples[01:01:08]
37 – Digital to Digital Frequency Transformation[57:00]
38 – FIR Design[57:47]
39 – FIR Digital Filter Design by Windowing[01:00:32]
40 – FIR Design by Windowing & Frequency Sampling[55:57]
41 – Solving Problems on DSP Structures[54:04]
42 – FIR Design by Frequency Sampling[57:10]
43 – FIR Design by Frequency Sampling (Contd.)[45:30]

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

Analog Communication Engineering

Lecture Series on Communication Engineering by Prof.Surendra Prasad, Department of Electrical Engineering ,IIT Delhi.

1 – Introduction to Communication Engineering [56:25]
2 – Communication channel [57:54]
3 – Brief Review of Signal and Systems [52:29]
4 – The Hilbert Transform [48:29]
5 – Analytic Representation of band pass Signals [54:35]
6 – Fundamentals of Analog Signal Transmission [51:30]
7 – Analog Modulation of Carriers [51:25]
8 – Amplitude Modulation [54:42]
9 – Amplitude Modulation [49:58]
10 – Single Sideband Modulation [48:53]
11 – Suppressed Sideband Modulation [56:24]
12 – VSB Modulation – Superhet Receiver [52:07]
13 – Superhet Receiver etc [49:41]
14 – Practical Mixers-Effects of Tonal [57:29]
15 – Angle Modulation [49:38]
16 – Angle Modulation [53:42]
17 – Generation of FM Signals [52:02]
18 – FM Generation and Detection [53:28]
19 – Demodulation of Angle Modulated Signals [52:10]
20 – Demodulation of Angle Modulated Signals [53:56]
21 – Demodulation of Angle Modulated Signals [49:46]
22 – Feedback Demodulators – phase locked loop [53:01]
23 – The Phase Locked Loop [54:35]
24 – Frequency Compressive Feedback Demodulator [53:10]
25 – FM Receivers [54:52]
26 – TV Transmission [58:12]
27 – Review of Probability Theory and Random Process [54:47]
28 – Review of Probability Theory and Random Variables [51:36]
29 – Random Processes [55:19]
30 – Random Processes [54:58]
31 – Random Processes [50:55]
32 – Gaussian Random Processes [47:12]
33 – Behaviour of Communication System [54:43]
34 – Performance of AM Systems in Noise [57:33]
35 – Noise in AM and Angle Modulation Systems [54:47]
36 – Noise in Phase and Frequency Modulation systems [49:51]
37 – Noise in Angle Modulation [52:41]
38 – Pre emphasis – De emphasis [50:22]
39 – Pulse Modulation Schemes – PWM and PPM [53:48]
40 – Data Modulation [52:05]
41 – Pulse Code Modulation [58:18]
These video lectures are delivered by IIT professors as a part of NPTEL project.

Mathematics III

Lecture Series on Mathematics – III by Dr.P.N.Agrawal, Department of Mathematics, IIT Roorkee.

1 – Solution of ODE of First Order and First Degree [53:50]
2 – Linear Differential Equations of the First Order [50:03]
3 – Approximate Solution of An Initial Value [49:50]
4 – Series Solution of Homogeneous Linear [1:01:15]
5 – Series Solution of Homogeneous Linear [50:56]
6 – Bessel Functions and Their Properties [51:10]
7 – Bessel Functions And Their Properties(Contd..) [52:31]
8 – Laplace Transformation [53:26]
9 – Laplace Transformation(contd..) [55:58]
10 – Applications Of Laplace Transformation [59:53]
11 – Applications Of Laplace Transformation(Contd.) [59:23]
12 – One Dimensional Wave Equation [54:08]
13 – One Dimensional Heat Equation [55:28]
These video lectures are delivered by IIT professors as a part of NPTEL project.

Wireless Communication

Lecture Series on Wireless Communications by Dr.Ranjan Bose, Department of Electrical Engineering, IIT Delhi.

1 – Motivation and Introduction [48:39]
2 – Types of Wireless communication [55:41]
3 – The modern wireless Communication Systems [55:21]
4 – The cellular concept – System Design issues [58:49]
5 – Cell capacity and reuse [59:02]
6 – Interference and System capacity [53:12]
7 – Improving coverage and system capacity [54:06]
8 – Mobile Radio Propagation [58:30]
9 – Mobile Radio Propagation Contd [51:00]
10 – Mobile Radio Propagation Contd [56:29]
11 – Mobile Radio Propagation Contd [01:00:18]
12 – Mobile Radio Propagation Contd [58:58]
13 – Mobile Radio Propagation Contd [54:10]
14 – Mobile Radio Propagation II [44:40]
15 – Mobile Radio Propagation II Contd [43:50]
16 – Mobile Radio Propagation II Contd [47:59]
17 – Mobile Radio Propagation II Contd [53:05]
18 – Mobile Radio Propagation II Contd [52:57]
19 – Mobile Radio Propagation II Contd [53:08]
20 – Mobile Radio Propagation II Contd [56:01]
21 – Modulation Techniques for Mobile Communication [44:54]
22 – Modulation Techniques for Mobile Communication [44:50]
23 – Modulation Techniques (Contd.) [41:05]
24 – Modulation Techniques (Contd.) [49:37]
25 – Modulation Techniques (Contd.) [50:00]
26 – Modulation Techniques (Contd.) [49:34]
27 – Modulation Techniques (Contd.) [48:14]
28 – Modulation Techniques (Contd.) [44:54]
29 – Equalization and Diversity Techniques [51:08]
30 – Equalization and Diversity Techniques (Contd.) [56:07]
31 – Equalization and Diversity Techniques (Contd.) [53:47]
32 – Equalization and Diversity Techniques (Contd.) [48:50]
33 – Coding Techniques for Mobile Communications [01:05:29]
34 – Coding Techniques for Mobile Communications Contd [51:12]
35 – Coding Techniques for Mobile Communications Contd [50:01]
36 – Coding Techniques for Mobile Communications Contd [53:29]
37 – Wireless Networks [52:44]
38 – GSM and CDMA [51:07]
39 – GSM and CDMA Contd [55:04]

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

Digital Communication

Lecture Series on Digital Communication by Prof. Bikash. Kumar. Dey, Department of Electrical Engineering, IIT Bombay.

1 – Introduction to Digital Communication[54:30]
2 – Sampling[53:17]
3 – Quantization , PCM and Delta Modulation[51:43]
4 – Probability and Random Process[55:20]
5 – Probability and Random Processes (Part – 2)[59:25]
6 – Channels and their Models[54:38]
7 – Channels and their Models (Part -2)[53:14]
8 – Information Theory (Part – 1)[58:16]
9 – Information Theory (Part – 2)[54:34]
10 – Bandpass Signal Representation (Part 1)[54:02]
11 – Bandpass Signal Representation (Part – 2)[53:15]
12 – Digital Modulation Techniques (Part – 1)[53:34]
13 – Digital Modulation Techniques (Part – 2)[57:27]
14 – Digital Modulation Techniques (Part – 3)[53:32]
15 – Digital Modulation Techniques Part – 4[52:41]
16 – Digital Modulation Techniques Part – 5[54:22]
17 – Digital Modulation Techniques (Part – 6)[54:21]
18 – Digital Modulation Techniques (Part – 7)[49:24]
19 – Digital Modulation Techniques (part – 8)[54:08]
20 – Digital Modulation Techniques (Part – 9)[53:27]
21 – Digital Modulation Techniques (Part – 10)[55:29]
22 – Probability of Error Calculation[58:32]
23 – Calculation of Probability of Error[53:38]
24 – Calculation of Probability of Error[53:53]
25 – Equalizers[56:09]
26 – Source Coding (Part – 1)[54:05]
27 – Source Coding (Part – 2)[53:20]
28 – Source Coding Part – 3[56:15]
29 – Source Coding Part 4[54:55]
30 – Channel Coding[57:05]
31 – Fundamentals of OFDM[55:58]
32 – Conclusion[53:48]
These video lectures are delivered by IIT professors as a part of NPTEL project.

Digital Circuits and Systems

Lecture series on Digital Circuits and Systems by Prof. S. Srinivasan, Department of Electrical Engineering, IIT Madras

1 – Introduction To Digital Circuits [49:38]
2 – Introduction To Digital Circuits [54:27]
3 – Combinational Logic Basics [49:10]
4 – Combinational Circuits [53:23]
5 – Logic Simplification [54:17]
6 – Karnaugh Maps Amd Implicants [52:42]
7 – Logic Minimization Using Karnaugh Maps [52:19]
8 – Karnaugh Map Minimization Using Maxterms [52:46]
9 – Code Convertors [54:28]
10 – Parity Generators And Display Decoder [51:26]
11 – Arithmetic Circuits [52:57]
12 – Carry Look Ahead Adders [52:40]
13 – Subtractors [51:00]
14 – 2’S Complement Subtractor and BCD Adder [51:47]
15 – Array Multiplier [52:56]
16 – Introduction to Sequential Circuits [50:24]
17 – S-R, J-K and D Flip Flops [52:52]
18 – J-K and T Flip Flops [52:43]
19 – Triggering Mechanisms of Flip Flops and Counters [52:28]
20 – Up/ Down Counters [51:33]
21 – Shift Registers [54:35]
22 – Application of shift Registers [52:53]
23 – State Machines [50:15]
24 – Design of Synchronous Sequential Circuits [53:55]
25 – Design using J-K Flip Flop [50:55]
26 – Mealy and Moore Circuits [51:05]
27 – Pattern Detector [52:44]
28 – MSI and LSI Based Design [47:41]
29 – Multiplexer Based Design [49:54]
30 – Encoders and Decoders [49:45]
31 – Programmable Logic Devices [52:08]
32 – Design using Programmable Logic Devices [51:45]
33 – Design using Programmable Logic Devices (contd) [52:58]
34 – MSI and LSI based Implementation of Sequential Circuits [50:06]
35 – MSI and LSI based Implementation of Sequential Circuits (contd) [49:40]
36 – Design of circuits using MSI sequential blocks [51:25]
37 – System Design Example [50:57]
38 – System Design Example (contd) [53:22]
39 – System Design using the concept of controllers [49:45]
40 – System Design using the concept of controllers (contd) [50:39]

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

Electronics for Analog Signal Processing II

Lecture Series on Electronics For Analog Signal Processing part-II by Prof.K.Radhakrishna Rao, Department of Electrical Engineering,IIT Madras.

1 – Feedback Theory [50:01
2 – Negative Feedback [52:00
3 – Negative Feedback [53:41
4 – Y-Feedback [46:41
5 – h and g Negative Feedback [51:24
6 – g Feedback with Mosfet [52:42
7 – Operational Amplifier in Negative Feedback [53:42
8 – Operational Amplifier in Negative Feedback [51:18
9 – Positive Feedback (Regenerative) [49:54
10 – Experimental Demonstration [44:46]
11 – Instrumentation Amplifiers [51:30
12 – Active Filters [52:15
13 – Simulation of Harmonic Oscillators [52:57
14 – Oscillators [52:33
15 – Oscillators [57:27
16 – Frequency Compensation in Negative Feedback [52:20
17 – Frequency Compensation [50:54
18 – Wideband (video) Amplifiers [51:49
19 – Wideband Amplifiers [48:47
20 – ICs For Video And Tuned Amplifier Applications [54:03
21 – Power Amplifier [52:13
22 – Power Amplifier [51:07
23 – Class B and C Power Amplifiers [53:09
24 – Class-B Power Amplifier Load and Drive [51:05
25 – Control Circuits [51:28
26 – Voltage Regulators [49:13
27 – Voltage Regulators [51:17
28 – Voltage Regulators [54:09
29 – Convertors [54:10
30 – Analog Multipliers (Modems & Mixers) [49:24
31 – Log-Antilog Multipliers [52:52
32 – Multipliers [48:49
33 – Multipliers [49:31
34 – AGC/AVC [51:38
35 – AGC/AVC [50:40
36 – Experimental Demonstration [46:23
37 – PLL (Phase Locked Loop) [51:57
38 – PLL(Phase Locked Loop) [50:01
39 – Lock Range Capture Range and FSK and FM [45:41]

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

Electronics for Analog Signal Processing I

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

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 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.