NOC:Analog Electronic Circuit


Lecture 1 - Introduction to Analog Circuits Introduction to the Diode


Lecture 2 - Diodes, Introduction to The Transistor


Lecture 3 - MOS Device, Characteristics


Lecture 4 - DC operating point


Lecture 5 - DC operating point, amplifier design


Lecture 6 - Common source amplifier, small signal analysis


Lecture 7 - Common gate, common drain


Lecture 8 - Common gate circuit


Lecture 9 - Source degenerated amplifier


Lecture 10 - Swing limits


Lecture 11 - Swing limits (Continued...), multi transistor amplifiers


Lecture 12 - Multi-transistor amplifiers


Lecture 13 - Introduction to current sources


Lecture 14 - Current sources/mirrors (Continued...)


Lecture 15 - Current sources, biasing


Lecture 16 - Differential circuits


Lecture 17 - Differential amplifiers-I


Lecture 18 - Differential amplifiers-II


Lecture 19 - Differential amplifiers-III


Lecture 20 - Self biased active load diff. amp


Lecture 21 - Diff. Cascode amplifier, two stage amplifiers


Lecture 22 - Two stage diff. amps, op-amps


Lecture 23 - Op-amps, OTAs


Lecture 24 - Circuits with op-amps


Lecture 25 - Capacitance in MOS devices


Lecture 26 - Common source, drain, gate-revisited


Lecture 27 - Common gate, common drain with capacitances


Lecture 28 - Cascode, cascade-revisit with capacitance


Lecture 29 - Cascade amplifier (with capacitance)


Lecture 30 - Diversion: 2-pole systems phase margin


Lecture 31 - Diversion Continued: Two Pole Systems


Lecture 32 - Compensation


Lecture 33 - Op-amp Design with Compensation


Lecture 34 - Unity Gain Bandwidth


Lecture 35 - Power Amplification


Lecture 36 - Power Amplifiers-2


Lecture 37 - Power Amplifiers- Class A,B,AB,C ClassD


Lecture 38 - Class D Amplifiers, Push-pull Amplifiers


Lecture 39 - Introduction to Voltage Regulators


Lecture 40 - Voltage Regulators- line, load; Conclusion Regulation