Introduction To Electronic Circuits


Lecture 1 - Introduction to the Course and Basic Electrical Quantity


Lecture 2 - R.L.C. Components, Energy Considerations, Sources and Circuit Laws


Lecture 3 - KCL, KVL and Network Analysis


Lecture 4 - Networks Theorems ( Thevenin's Norton's )


Lecture 5 - Source Transformation; Super Position Theorem and Non-Linear One-Ports


Lecture 6 - Signal Wave Forms


Lecture 7 - Periodic Wave Forms and Elements of Amplifiers


Lecture 8 - Operational Amplifiers and Diodes


Lecture 9 - Rectifiers and Power Supplies


Lecture 10 - Wave Shaping Circuits


Lecture 11 - More on Wave Shaping Circuits and Introduction to Natural Response of Circuits


Lecture 12 - Natural Response (Continued...)


Lecture 13 - Natural Response of 2nd Order Circuit


Lecture 14 - Natural Response of 2nd Order Circuit (Continued...)


Lecture 15 - Impedance Functions, Poles, Zeros and their Applications


Lecture 16 - Natural Response and Poles and Zeros and Introduction to Forced Response


Lecture 17 - Phasors and their Applications in AC Ckts, analysis


Lecture 18 - More About Phasors and Introduction to Complete Response


Lecture 19 - Complete Response of Electrical Circuits


Lecture 20 - AC Circuit Analysis


Lecture 21 - Filter Circuits and Resonance


Lecture 22 - Resonance (Continued...)


Lecture 23 - General Network Analysis


Lecture 24 - Two-Port Networks


Lecture 25 - Semiconductor Physics


Lecture 26 - Semiconductor Physics (Continued...)


Lecture 27 - More About Diodes Including Zener Diodes


Lecture 28 - Bipolar Junction Transistors


Lecture 29 - Transistors Characteristics and Biasing


Lecture 30 - BJT Biasing and Introduction to Power Amplifiers


Lecture 31 - BJT Power Amplifiers


Lecture 32 - Power Amplifier


Lecture 33 - Power Amplifiers (Continued...) and an Introduction to Small Signal Modelling of BJT


Lecture 34 - Small Signal Model and Small Signal Amplifiers


Lecture 35 - Small Signal Amplifiers (Continued...)


Lecture 36 - Small Signal Amplifier (Continued...)


Lecture 37 - Small Signal Amplifiers (Continued...)


Lecture 38 - Negative Feedback


Lecture 39 - Digital Circuits


Lecture 40 - Digital Circuits (Continued...)