This note explains the
following topics: Diodes, Diode characteristics, Rectifier, Full Wave Rectifier
and Peak Detector, Diode as a GATE, Analog GATE, Small Signal Analysis of Diode
Circuit, Zener Regulator and Voltage Regulator.
After successfully completing
this note the student should be able to analyze, design, and construct
integrated circuit topology current sources and also able to analyze, design,
and construct a differential amplifier and a push-pull amplifier. Topics covered
includes: Discrete and integrated circuit topologies, Cascaded amplifiers, input
and output stages, frequency response, Linear and non-linear Op-Amp circuits,
Introduction to the non-ideal properties of Op-Amps, Integral laboratory.
explains the following topics: Resistors and simple network analysis, Full
network analysis, Complex impedance, Filters, Diodes, Operational amplifiers,
Useful circuits with Op-Amps, Computer Assisted Design, Feedback, Comparators,
Non ideality of OpAmps, Transistors and digital electronics.
This lecture note explains the following topics : basics
on electronics network theory, passive circuits, i.e RC circuits and resonant
circuits, operational amplifiers, diodes, and transistors, functional circuits
based on operational amplifiers diodes and transistors, use of a computer data
acquisitions and of a simulation program.
This note covers the following topics:
Voltage dividers, Thevenin theorem, linear devices, AC circuits and
calculations, complex impedance, Frequency domain calculations, transistor
circuits, Differential amplifiers, Op-amps, radio modulation and detection,
AM, phase, and FM, phase locked loops.
This note explains the Fundamentals of analog elecronics. This course
note is structured on a scenario of designing and constructing a HF radio
transceiver. It covers the following topics: Signals And Communications, Circuit
Theory Primer, Audio Circuits, Tuned Circuits, Filters, Diodes in
Telecommunications and Frequency Conversion.
This note covers the
following topics: Analog Voltage and Binary States, Introduction to Bit
Crunching, Basic Analog to Digital Conversion, Basic Digital to Analog
Conversion, Time Varying Signals, Recording Frequency Data, Digital to Analog
the Easy Way using PWM.
This note covers the following
topics: Models for Integrated-Circuit Active Devices, Bipolar, MOS, and BiCMOS IC
Technology, Single-Transistor and Multiple-Transistor Amplifiers, Transistor
Current Sources and Active Loads, Common source stage, Common emitter stage, Source follower, Emitter follower, Common source stage,
Push-Pull MOS, Push-Pull BJT, Compensation of Op Amps, Simple CMOS Op Amps, CMOS
analog IC circuit analysis, Op amps with cascoding in the first stage and Op
amps with cascoding in the second stage.