Analogue Electronics / 2022: Trimester I
- New Lecture is up: Circuit models for amplifiers [slides] [handouts]
- New Assignment released: [Homework1 #1]
- New Lecture is up: Signal amplification [slides] [handouts]
- New Lecture is up: Introduction to electrical signal? [slides] [handouts]
- New Lecture is up: Why study this course? [slides] [handout]
- New Lecture is up: What is this course? [slides] [handouts]
This course builds on the knowledge acquired in previous courses to provide the students with an understanding of the working principles of analog electronic devices and circuits. It covers diodes, rectifiers, and power supplies, transistors, special electronic devices and applications, single-stage and multistage amplifiers, differential and tuned Amplifiers, feedback amplifiers, and oscillators. The course is designed to teach theoretical foundations of analog circuit design through immersion in best practices in circuit design, analysis, and simulation. Each chapter will be accompanied by lecture sessions, laboratory experiments, and detailed worked examples that provides a step-by-step solution to a given problem. The goals of the laboratory experiments are to help the students develop practical skills and to reinforce topics covered in the lectures.