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## Introduction to Electronic Circuits

Introduction to Electronic Circuits. Instructor: Prof. S. C. Dutta Roy, Department of Electrical Engineering, IIT Delhi. This course provides an introduction to electronic circuits and devices. Topics covered in this course include basic electrical quantities, RLC components, Kirchhoff's laws, network analysis and theorems, signal waveforms, operational amplifiers, diodes, rectifiers, wave shaping circuits, natural response of circuits, AC circuit analysis, filter circuits, resonance, semiconductor physics, bipolar junction transistors, BJT power amplifiers, small signal modelling of the BJT, small signal amplifiers, and digital circuits. (from nptel.ac.in)

 Course Introduction

 Lecture 01 - Course Introduction and Basic Electrical Quantity Lecture 02 - RLC Components, Energy Considerations, Sources and Circuit Laws Lecture 03 - Kirchhoff's Current Law, Kirchhoff's Voltage Law and Network Analysis Lecture 04 - Network Theorems (Thevenin's and Norton's Theorems) Lecture 05 - Source Transformation, Superposition Theorem and Nonlinear One-Ports Lecture 06 - Signal Waveforms Lecture 07 - Periodic Waveforms and Elements of Amplifiers Lecture 08 - Operational Amplifiers and Diodes Lecture 09 - Rectifiers and Power Supplies Lecture 10 - Wave Shaping Circuits Lecture 11 - More of Wave Shaping Circuits and Introduction to Natural Response of Circuits Lecture 12 - Natural Response Lecture 13 - Natural Response of 2nd Order Circuits Lecture 14 - Natural Response of 2nd Order Circuits (cont.) Lecture 15 - Impedance Function, Poles, Zeros and their Applications Lecture 16 - Natural Response of Poles and Zeros and Introduction to Forced Response Lecture 17 - Phasors and their Applications in AC Circuits Analysis Lecture 18 - More about Phasors and Introduction to Complete Response Lecture 19 - Complete Response of Electrical Circuits Lecture 20 - AC Circuit Analysis Lecture 21 - Filter Circuits and Resonance Lecture 22 - Resonance (cont.) Lecture 23 - General Network Analysis Lecture 24 - Two-Port Networks Lecture 25 - Semiconductor Physics Lecture 26 - Semiconductor Physics (cont.) Lecture 27 - More about Diodes including Zener Diodes Lecture 28 - Bipolar Junction Transistors Lecture 29 - Transistor Characteristics and Biasing Lecture 30 - BJT Biasing and Introduction to Power Amplifiers Lecture 31 - BJT Power Amplifiers Lecture 32 - BJT Power Amplifiers (cont.) Lecture 33 - Power Amplifiers (cont.), An Introduction to Small signal Modelling of the BJT Lecture 34 - Small Signal Models and Small Signal Amplifiers Lecture 35 - Small Signal Amplifiers (cont.) Lecture 36 - Small Signal Amplifiers (cont.) Lecture 37 - Small Signal Amplifiers (cont.) Lecture 38 - Negative Feedback Lecture 39 - Digital Circuits Lecture 40 - Digital Circuits (cont.)

 References Introduction to Electronic Circuits Instructor: Prof. S. C. Dutta Roy, Department of Electrical Engineering, IIT Delhi. This course provides an introduction to electronic circuits and devices.