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Electronics for Analog Signal Processing II

Electronics for Analog Signal Processing II. Instructor: Prof. K. Radhakrishna Rao, Department of Electrical Engineering, IIT Madras. This course covers topics in basic electronics for analog signal processing considering feedback. The course covers lessons in Feedback Theory, Negative Feedback, Operational Amplifier in Negative Feedback, Experimental Demonstration, Active Filters, Frequency Compensation, Wideband Amplifiers, Power Amplifier, Voltage Regulators, Log-Antilog Multipliers, PLL (Phase Locked Loop). (from nptel.ac.in)

Feedback Theory


Lecture 01 - Feedback Theory
Lecture 02 - Negative Feedback
Lecture 03 - Negative Feedback (cont.)
Lecture 04 - Y-Feedback
Lecture 05 - h and g Negative Feedback
Lecture 06 - g Feedback with MOSFET
Lecture 07 - Operational Amplifier in Negative Feedback Structures
Lecture 08 - Operational Amplifier in Negative Feedback Structures (cont.)
Lecture 09 - Positive Feedback (Regenerative)
Lecture 10 - Experimental Demonstration: Negative and Positive Feedback
Lecture 11 - Instrumentation Amplifiers
Lecture 12 - Active Filters
Lecture 13 - Simulation of Harmonic Oscillators
Lecture 14 - Oscillators: RC, Wien Bridge, Phase Shift, and LC Oscillators
Lecture 15 - Oscillators (cont.)
Lecture 16 - Frequency Compensation in Negative Feedback Amplifiers
Lecture 17 - Frequency Compensation
Lecture 18 - Wideband (Video) Amplifiers
Lecture 19 - Wideband Amplifiers (cont.)
Lecture 20 - ICs for Video and Tuned Amplifier Applications
Lecture 21 - Power Amplifier
Lecture 22 - Class A and Class B Power Amplifiers
Lecture 23 - Class B and C Power Amplifiers
Lecture 24 - Class-B Power Amplifier Load and Drive Requirements
Lecture 25 - Class D Power Amplifier, Control Circuits
Lecture 26 - Voltage Regulators
Lecture 27 - Voltage Regulators (cont.)
Lecture 28 - Voltage Regulators (cont.)
Lecture 29 - Convertors
Lecture 30 - Analog Multipliers (Modems and Mixers)
Lecture 31 - Log-Antilog Multipliers
Lecture 32 - Multipliers
Lecture 33 - Multipliers (cont.); Applications (Modulator/Demodulator)
Lecture 34 - AGC (Automatic Gain Control), AVC (Automatic Volume Control)
Lecture 35 - AGC/AVC: Amplitude Stabilization of Oscillators and Multiplier Applications
Lecture 36 - Experimental Demonstration
Lecture 37 - PLL (Phase Locked Loop)
Lecture 38 - PLL (Phase Locked Loop) (cont.)
Lecture 39 - Lock Range, Capture Range and FSK and FM Detection using PLL

References
Electronics for Analog Signal Processing II
Instructor: Prof. K. Radhakrishna Rao, Department of Electrical Engineering, IIT Madras. This course covers topics in basic electronics for analog signal processing considering feedback.