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Analog Circuits

Analog electronics is a branch of electronics that deals with a continuously variable signal. It is widely used in radio and audio equipment along with other applications where signals are derived from analog sensors before being converted into digital signals for subsequent storage and processing. This subject contains marks weightage of 9 to 10 in GATE Electronics & Communication and Instrumentation Engineering, marks weightage of 6 in GATE Electrical Engineering

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About Analog Circuits

Analog electronics is a branch of electronics that deals with a continuously variable signal. It is widely used in radio and audio equipment along with other applications where signals are derived from analog sensors before being converted into digital signals for subsequent storage and processing. This subject contains marks weightage of 9 to 10 in GATE Electronics & Communication and Instrumentation Engineering, marks weightage of 6 in GATE Electrical Engineering

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Chapter 1

Operational Amplifier

1.1 Introduction

1.2 Virtual Ground Concept

1.3 Transfer Characteristics

1.4 Integrator, Differentiator & Filter Circuits

1.5 Logarithmic Amplifier & Anti Logarithmic Amplifier

1.6 Comparator Circuit

1.7 Schmitt Trigger

1.8 Common Mode Rejection Ratio (CMRR) & Slew Rate

1.9 Operational Amplifier Parameters

8 videos

Analog : 1.2 Virtual Ground Concept

Analog : 1.3 Transfer Characteristics of Operational Amplifier

Analog : 1.4 Integartor, Differentiator & Filter Circuits

Analog : 1.5 Logarithmic Amplifier & Anti Logarithmic Amplifier

Analog : 1.6 Comparator Circuit

Analog : 1.7 Schmitt Trigger

Analog : 1.8 Common Mode Rejection Ratio (CMRR) & Slew Rate

Analog : 1.9 Operational Amplifier Parameters

Chapter 2

Diode Applications

2.1 Rectifier

2.2 Clipper

2.3 Clamper

2.4 Basics of Semiconductor

2.5 Basic of Diodes

2.6 Avlanche & Zener Diode Breakdown

2.7 Questions Based on Diode Circuits

7 videos

Analog : 2.1 Rectifier

Analog : 2.2 Clipper

Analog : 2.3 Clamper

Analog : 2.4 Basics of Semiconductor

Analog : 2.5 Basic of Diodes

Analog : 2.6 Avlanche & Zener Diode Breakdown

Analog : 2.7 Questions Based On Diode Circuits

Chapter 3

BJT Biasing

3.1 Basics of BJT

3.2 Configuration in BJT

3.3 Transistor Characteristic & DC Load Lines

3.4 Standard Equation of BJT

3.5 Block Diagram of an Amplifier

3.6 D.C. & A.C. analysis of BJT

6 videos

Analog : 3.1 Basics of BJT

Analog : 3.2 Configuration In BJT : 3.2 Configuration In BJT

Analog : 3.3 Transistor Characteristic & DC Load Lines

Analog : 3.4 Standard Equation Of BJT

Analog : 3.5 Block Diagram of an Amplifier

Analog : 3.6 D.C. & A.C. analysis of BJT

Chapter 4

Small Signal Analysis of BJT

4.1 Transistor at Low Frequency - H Parameter

4.2 A.C. Analysis of an Amplifier

4.3 RE Model - Generalized Model

4.4 High Frequency Analysis of an Amplifier

4 videos

Analog : 4.1 Transistor at Low Frequency - H Parameter

Analog : 4.2 RE Model - Generalized Model

Analog : 4.3 A.C. Analysis of Amplifier

Analog : 4.4 High Frequency Analysis of an Amplifier

Chapter 5

FET Analysis

Chapter 6

Multistage Amplifiers

6.1 Introduction

6.2 Current Mirror Circuit

6.3 Cascode Amplifier

6.4 Darlington Amplifier

6.5 Differential Amplifier

4 videos

6.2 Current Mirror Circuit

6.3 Cascode Amplifier

6.4 Darlington Amplifier

6.5 Differential Amplifier

Chapter 7

Feedback Amplifiers

7.1 Types of Amplifier

7.2 Types of Negative Amplifier

7.3 Oscillator

2 videos

Analog : 7.1 Types Of Amplifier

Analog : 7.2 Types Of Negative Amplifier

Chapter 8

555 Timer

1 videos

Analog : 8. 555 Timer

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