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Lecture 1
Basic Building Blocks In Analogue ICs

Lecture 2
Current Mirrors

Lecture 3
Translinear Networks

Lecture 4
Differential Amplifier

Lecture 5
Differential Amplifier Characteristics

Lecture 6
Video Amplifier and RF/IF Amplifiers

Lecture 7
Cascade Amplifier

Lecture 8
IC Negative Feedback Wide Band Amplifiers

Lecture 9
IC Negative Feedback Amplifiers

Lecture 10
Voltage Sources And References

Lecture 11
IC Voltage Regulator

Lecture 12
Characteristics and Parameters Of Voltage

Lecture 13
Protection Circuitry For Voltage Regulator

Lecture 14
Switched Mode Regulator And Operational

Lecture 15
IC Operational Voltage Amplifier

Lecture 16
General Purpose Operational Amplifier-747

Lecture 17
Transconductance Operational Amplifier

Lecture 18
Audio Power Amplifier and Norton's Amplifier

Lecture 19
Analogue Multipliers

Lecture 20
Analogue Multipliers

Lecture 21
Voltage Controlled Oscillator

Lecture 22
Voltage Controlled Oscillator

Lecture 23
Self Tuned Filter

Lecture 24
Phase Locked Loop

Lecture 25
Phase Locked Loop

Lecture 26
Phase Locked Loop

Lecture 27
Phase Locked Loop

Lecture 28
Current Mode ICs

Lecture 1
Basic Electrical Technology

Lecture 3
Passive Components

Lecture 4
Sources

Lecture 5
Kirchhoff's Law

Lecture 6
Modelling of Circuits Part 1

Lecture 7
Modeling of Circuit Part 2

Lecture 8
Analysis Using Matlab

Lecture 9
Sinusoidal steady state

Lecture 10
Transfer Function and Pole-Zero Domain 1

Lecture 11
Transfer Function and Pole-Zero Domain 2

Lecture 12
The Sinusoid

Lecture 1
Computational Methods

Lecture 2
Computational Methods

Lecture 3
Computational Methods

Lecture 4
Computational Methods

Lecture 5
Computational Methods

Lecture 6
Computational Methods

Lecture 7
Computational Methods

Lecture 8
Computational Methods

Lecture 9
Computational Methods

Lecture 10
Computational Methods

Lecture 11
Computational Methods

Lecture 12
Computational Methods

Lecture 13
Computational Methods

Lecture 14
Computational Methods

Lecture 15
Computational Methods

Lecture 16
Computational Methods

Lecture 17
Computational Methods

Lecture 18
Computational Methods

Lecture 19
Computational Methods

Lecture 20
Computational Methods

Lecture 21
Computational Methods

Lecture 22
Computational Methods

Lecture 23
Computational Methods

Lecture 24
Computational Methods

Lecture 25
Computational Methods

Lecture 26
Computational Methods

Lecture 27
Computational Methods

Lecture 28
Computational Methods

Lecture 29
Computational Methods

Lecture 30
Computational Methods

Lecture 31
Computational Methods

Lecture 32
Computational Methods

Lecture 33
Computational Methods

Module - 4 Lecture - 1
Introduction to Operational Amplifiers

Module - 4 Lecture - 3
Op-Amp Applications Part 1

Module - 1 Lecture - 5
Zener Diode and Applications

Module - 2 Lecture - 1
Transistor Operation Part 1

Module - 2 Lecture - 2
Transistor Operation Part 2

Module - 2 Lecture - 6
BJT Amplifier - Part 1

Module - 2 Lecture - 8
Frequency Response of BJT Analysis - Part 1

Module - 2 Lecture - 10
Transistor as a Switch

Module - 3 Lecture - 1
MOSFET - Part 1

Module - 3 Lecture - 2
MOSFET - Part 2

Module - 3 Lecture - 3
MOSFET under DC Operation

Module - 3 Lecture - 5
Small Signal Model of MOSFET - Part 1

Module - 3 Lecture - 6
Small Signal Model of MOSFET - Part 2

Module - 4 Lecture - 4
Op-Amp Applications Part 2

Module - 4 Lecture - 5
Op-Amp Applications Part 3

Module - 4 Lecture - 6
The Practical Op-Amp

Module - 4 Lecture - 7
Positive Feedback and Oscillation

Module - 4 Lecture - 8
Comparator

Module - 5 Lecture - 1
Large Signal Amplifiers

Module - 5 Lecture - 2
Transformer Coupled Power Amplifier

Module - 5 Lecture - 4
Power BJTs

Module - 5 Lecture - 5
Regulated Power Supply

Module - 5 Lecture - 6
Four-Layer Diode

Module - 5 Lecture - 7
Silicon-controlled Rectifier

Module - 5 Lecture - 8
SCR Applications

Lecture 1
Introduction to Digital Circuits

Lecture 2
Introduction to Digital Circuits

Lecture 3
Combinational Logic Basics

Lecture 4
Combinational Circuits

Lecture 5
Logic Simplification

Lecture 6
Karnaugh Maps and Implicants

Lecture 7
Logic Minimization Using Karnaugh Maps

Lecture 8
Karnaugh Map Minimization Using Maxterms

Lecture 9
Code Converters

Lecture 10
Parity Generators and Display Decoder

Lecture 11
Arithmetic Circuits

Lecture 12
Carry Look Ahead Adders

Lecture 13
Subtractors

Lecture 14
2's Complement Subtractor and BCD Adder

Lecture 4
Inductance Calculation (Three Phase)

Lecture 15
Array Multiplier

Lecture 16
Introduction to Sequential Circuits

Lecture 17
S-R, J-K and D Flip Flops

Lecture 18
J-K and T Flip Flops

Lecture 19
Triggering Mechanisms of Flip Flops and Counters

Lecture 20
Up/Down Counters

Lecture 21
Shift Registers

Lecture 22
Application of shift Registers

Lecture 23
State Machines

Lecture 24
Design of Synchronous Sequential Circuits

Lecture 25
Design using J-K Flip Flop

Lecture 26
Mealy and Moore Circuits

Lecture 27
Pattern Detector

Lecture 28
MSI and LSI Based Design

Lecture 29
Multiplexer Based Design

Lecture 30
Encoders and Decoders

Lecture 31
Programmable Logic Devices

Lecture 32
Design using Programmable Logic Devices

Lecture 33
Design using Programmable Logic Devices (Cont.)

Lecture 34
MSI and LSI based Implementation of Sequential Circuits

Lecture 35
MSI and LSI based Implementation of Sequential Circuits (Cont.)

Lecture 36
Design of circuits using MSI sequential blocks

Lecture 37
System Design Example

Lecture 38
System Design Example (Cont.)

Lecture 39
System Design Using the Concept of Controllers

Lecture 40
System Design Using the Concept of Controllers (Cont.)

Lecture 31
Designing Embedded Systems (Part 4)

Lecture 1
Introduction

Lecture 2
Verilog (Part 1)

Lecture 3
Verilog (Part 2)

Lecture 4
Verilog (Part 3)

Lecture 5
Verilog (Part 4)

Lecture 6
Verilog (Part 5)

Lecture 7
Verilog (Part 6)

Lecture 8
Synthesis (Part 1)

Lecture 9
Synthesis (Part 2)

Lecture 10
Synthesis (Part 3)

Lecture 11
Synthesis (Part 4)

Lecture 12
Synthesis (Part 5)

Lecture 13
Synthesis (Part 6)

Lecture 14
Synthesis (Part 7)

Lecture 15
Backend Design (Part 1)

Lecture 16
Backend Design (Part 2)

Lecture 17
Backend Design (Part 3)

Lecture 18
Backend Design (Part 4)

Lecture 19
Backend Design (Part 5)

Lecture 20
Backend Design (Part 6)

Lecture 21
Backend Design (Part 7)

Lecture 22
Backend Design (Part 8)

Lecture 23
Backend Design (Part 9)

Lecture 24
Backend Design (Part 10)

Lecture 25
Backend Design (Part 11)

Lecture 26
Backend Design (Part 12)

Lecture 27
Backend Design (Part 13)

Lecture 28
Backend Design (Part 14)

Lecture 29
Backend Design (Part 15)

Lecture 30
Testing (Part 1)

Lecture 31
Testing (Part 2)

Lecture 32
Testing (Part 3)

Lecture 33
Testing (Part 4)

Lecture 34
Testing (Part 5)

Lecture 35
Testing (Part 6)
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