NOC:Integrated Circuits, MOSFETs, Op-Amps and their Applications


Lecture 1 - Introduction to Integrated Circuits (IC) Technology


Lecture 2 - Introduction to fabrication of IC: Substrates


Lecture 3 - Introduction to IC fabrication


Lecture 4 - Introduction to IC fabrication (Continued...)


Lecture 5 - Introduction to the fabrication of sensors


Lecture 6 - Introduction to fabrication technology


Lecture 7 - Introduction to fabrication technology (Continued...)


Lecture 8 - Introduction to fabrication technology (Continued...)


Lecture 9 - Introduction to fabrication technology (Continued...)


Lecture 10 - Introduction to fabrication technology (Continued...)


Lecture 11 - Process flow for Fabrication of MOSFETs


Lecture 12 - Operation of Enhancement type MOSFET


Lecture 13 - Operation of Depletion type MOSFET


Lecture 14 - MOSFETs Characteristics and Applications (Current Mirrors)


Lecture 15 - Introduction to Operational Amplifiers


Lecture 16 - Operational Amplifier Characteristics


Lecture 17 - Operational Amplifier Characteristics (Continued...)


Lecture 18 - Characteristics of an op-amp (Continued...)


Lecture 19 - Operational Amplifier Configarations


Lecture 20 - Operational Amplifier Configarations (Continued...)


Lecture 21 - Applications of Operational Amplifier: Differential Amplifier


Lecture 22 - Applications of Operational Amplifier: Integerator


Lecture 23 - Applications of Operational Amplifier: Differentiator


Lecture 24 - Introduction to Passive and Active Filters and op-amp as Low Pass Filter


Lecture 25 - Operational Amplifier as a High Pass Filter


Lecture 26 - Operational Amplifier as a Band Pass and Band Reject Filter


Lecture 27 - Introduction to Oscillator


Lecture 28 - RC Phase Shift Oscillator using Op-amp


Lecture 29 - Wein Bridge Oscillator using Op-amp


Lecture 30 - Hartley and Colpitts Oscillator using Op-amp


Lecture 31 - Working of Crystal Oscillators


Lecture 32 - Construction and Operation of UJT Relaxation Oscillators


Lecture 33 - Introduction to Noise and its Types


Lecture 34 - Analysis of Data Sheets of an Op-Amp


Lecture 35 - Analysis of Data Sheets of an Op-Amp (Continued...)


Lecture 36 - Analysis of Data Sheets of an Op-Amp (Continued...)


Lecture 37 - Experiment - Introduction to Laboratory Equipment


Lecture 38 - Experiment - Measurement of Active and Passive elements using Multimeter


Lecture 39 - Experiment - Working with Laboratory Equipment: Power Supply


Lecture 40 - Experiment - Working with Laboratory Equipment: Function Generator, Oscilloscope


Lecture 41 - Experiment - Op-Amp Characteristics: Input Bias Current


Lecture 42 - Experiment - Op-Amp Characteristics: Input Offset Current


Lecture 43 - Experiment - Op-Amp Characteristics: Input Offset Voltage


Lecture 44 - Experiment - Op-Amp as Inverting Amplifier


Lecture 45 - Experiment - Op-Amp as Non-Inverting Amplifier


Lecture 46 - Experiment - To study input and output voltage range of an Op-Amp


Lecture 47 - Experiment - Differential amplifier using op-amp


Lecture 48 - Experiment - To study the gain of instrumentation amplifier


Lecture 49 - Experiment - Summing amplifier using op-amp


Lecture 50 - Experiment - To study op-amp based comparator


Lecture 51 - Experiment - To study op-amp based integrator and differentiator


Lecture 52 - Experiment - Study of passive low pass filter


Lecture 53 - Experiment - Op-amp based active low pass filter


Lecture 54 - Experiment - Passive and active high pass filter


Lecture 55 - Experiment - Introduction to experimental set-up of band pass filter


Lecture 56 - Experiment - Passive and active band pass filter


Lecture 57 - Experiment - Introduction to experimental set-up for band reject filter


Lecture 58 - Experiment - Active band reject filter


Lecture 59 - Experiment - Peak detector circuit using Op-Amp