Basic Electronics

Course Description


In this course, Professor T.S.Natarajan, Department of Physics, IIT, Madras (NPTEL), gives 40 video lectures on the concepts of Basic Electronics.



The original name for this course is: Core - Basic Electronics - Prof T.S.Natarajan.

Basic Electronics


Lecture 32: Non-Linear Op Amp Circuits.

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Video Lectures & Study Materials

# Lecture Play Lecture
1 Introduction to Basic Electronics (56:22) Play Video
2 Electronic Devices I (55:08) Play Video
3 Electronic Devices (59:49) Play Video
4 Some Useful Laws in Basic Electronics (59:04) Play Video
5 Some Useful Theorems in Basic Electronics (59:52) Play Video
6 Semi Conductor Diodes (59:01) Play Video
7 Application of Diodes (55:13) Play Video
8 Wave Shaping using Diodes (58:38) Play Video
9 Zener Diode Characteristics (56:30) Play Video
10 Transistors (57:43) Play Video
11 Transistor Biasing (57:55) Play Video
12 Transistor Biasing (57:26) Play Video
13 Basic Characteristic of an Amplifer (56:51) Play Video
14 Hybrid Equivalent Circuit, H-Parameters (57:41) Play Video
15 Circuit Analysis using H-Parameters (56:01) Play Video
16 Frequency Response of Amplifiers (54:31) Play Video
17 Frequency Analysis (57:59) Play Video
18 Power Amplifiers (56:20) Play Video
19 Differential Amplifiers CKT (58:07) Play Video
20 Integrated Chip (58:28) Play Video
21 Typical Characteristic of Operation Amplifier (58:19) Play Video
22 Four Types of Feed Back (56:07) Play Video
23 Four Types of Feed Back (55:40) Play Video
24 Mathematical Operations (01:00:32) Play Video
25 Mathematical Operations (55:17) Play Video
26 Mathematical Operations (58:08) Play Video
27 Characteristics of Operation Amplifier (58:29) Play Video
28 Characteristics of Operation Amplifier (56:13) Play Video
29 Characteristics of Operation Amplifier (56:11) Play Video
30 Inverter/Non-In verter Circuits (57:51) Play Video
31 Applications of Op Amps (57:03) Play Video
32 Non-Linear Op Amp circuits (54:06) Play Video
33 Applications of Op Amps (53:17) Play Video
34 Active Diode Circuits (57:58) Play Video
35 Oscillatiors (57:19) Play Video
36 Logarthmic and Anti-Logarthmic Amplifer (57:13) Play Video
37 Filters (53:22) Play Video
38 Unit Junction Transistor (55:36) Play Video
39 Silicion Controlled Rectifier (57:06) Play Video
40 Field Effect Transistor (56:06) Play Video

Comments

Displaying 6 comments:

steven oche wrote 7 years ago.
Hybrid equivalent circuit explanation and equation needed

avishek kumar wrote 8 years ago.
these videos are very helpful n enough for better
understanding of electronics........learning by doing
.........is an unique experience


shakil wrote 9 years ago.
so nice

shakil wrote 9 years ago.
so nice

shakil wrote 9 years ago.
so nice

KUSHAL wrote 10 years ago.
Very good lectures to form foundations for further study in
electronics.


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