With the fundamental concepts of electronics being covered in Analog Electronics I, it’s time to step into the core concepts with Analog Electronics II.

You will be able to be at ease with BJT and MOS transistors with their characteristics, and use them for designing intriguing electronic circuits. You will also learn the basics of combining thousands of transistors into a single chip, with the fundamentals of VLSI.

Type of differential amplifiers will be covered, special emphasis will be given to op-amp because of its immense popularity and versatility in electronic circuits.

The practical sessions would be even more fun and interesting, where you can apply whatever you have learnt in the theory lectures, and see the electronic circuits come alive.


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What you'll learn?

Frequency response of Amplifiers

Learn why Frequency response is necessary to understand the behaviour of amplifiers with varying frequencies.
  • High frequency hybrid-pi equivalent Circuits of BJT and MOSFET
  • Low and high frequency response of BJT and MOSFET amplifiers
  • Low and high frequency response & mid-frequency analysis of multistage BJT (CB, CC) and MOSFET (CS, CG, CD) amplifiers
  • Darlington pair

Differential Amplifiers

This section will deal with one of the most important devices in electronic circuits, they amplify the difference between input voltages.
  • BJT differential amplifiers
  • MOSFET differential amplifiers

Integrated Circuits Biasing Techniques

 For Integrated Circuits, the biasing technique used is a bit different from that in discrete designs. It’s more focussed on using constant current source.
  • Two Transistor (BJT, MOSFET) current source
  • Three Transistor (BJT, MOSFET) current source
  • Cascode (BJT, MOSFET) current source
  • Wilson and Wildar current sources

Power Amplifiers

The most common application of Power amplifiers is the audio Speaker, which we all use to listen to music and in large gatherings. It’ll be interesting to learn about its working.
  • Power BJTs, power MOSFETs
  • Class A, Class B, Class AB and Class C operation  and performance parameters
  • Transformer and Transformerless amplifiers

Fundamentals of Operational Amplifiers

Opamp come in wide variety and ranges, we’ll study about its applications and the principles of its working in this section.
  • Characteristics of op-amp
  • High frequency effects on op-amp gain and phase
  • Slew rate limitation
  • Applications of Op-amps: Inverting and non-inverting amplifier, adder, subtractor, integrator, differentiator and active filters

DC Regulated Power Supply

You will learn in detail about how unregulated AC is converted to a constant DC, most commonly used in mobile phone adapters, in short, you will learn how our mobile phones get charged every time we plug in the charger.
  • Series and Shunt regulator
  • Regulator performance parameters
  • Zener Shunt regulator
  • Transistorized series
  • Shunt regulator