This book focuses to familiarize the student with the principal of
operation, analysis and design of junction diode , BJT and FET transistors and
amplifier circuits, diode as a rectifier. Also explains the basic principal of
filter of circuits and various types.
Author(s): Malla Reddy College Of Engineering and
book covers the following topics related to Electronic Circuits : Introduction,
Basic Concepts and Test Equipment, Dc Circuits, Ac Circuits, Discrete
Semiconductor Circuits, Analog Integrated Circuits, Digital Integrated Circuits,
555 Timer Circuits.
covers the following topics: Electronic Packaging, Specifications of Discrete
Components, Power Supply Circuits, Understanding Op Amp Specifications, Single
Supply Op Amp Circuits, Interfacing with Sensors, Interfacing with Actuators,
Comparators and Analog-to-Digital Converters, Microprocessors, Communicating
with a Computer, PCB Assembly and Testing.
This note covers the
following topics: Diode Models and Circuits, Important Circuit Theorems,
Rectifiers, Bipolar Transistors/Amplifiers, BJT Biasing Circuits, BJT Amplifier
Topologies, MOS Transistors, MOSFET Biasing, MOSFET Small Signal Model, CMOS
Amplifiers, Operational Amplifiers, Frequency Response and Opamps.
This book provides an excellent introduction to electronic circuit design.
The text is divided into two parts. Part I provides an introduction to basic
electronic theory and Part II is designed to be a practical manual for designing
and building working electronic circuits.
The course introduces the fundamentals of the lumped circuit
abstraction. It covers the following topics: Basic circuit analysis method,
Superposition, Thevenin and Norton, The digital abstraction, Inside the digital
gate, Nonlinear analysis, Incremental analysis, Dependent sources and
amplifiers, MOSFET amplifier large signal analysis, Small signal circuits,
Capacitors and first-order systems, Digital circuit speed, State and memory,
Second-order systems, Sinusoidal steady state, The impedance model, Filters, The
operational amplifier abstraction, Operational amplifier circuits, Op-amps
positive feedback, Energy and power, Energy, CMOS, Power conversion circuits and
diodes, Violating the abstraction barrier.