When most of us hear the word electronics, we think of televisions, laptop computers, cell phones, or iPods. Actually, these items are electronic systems composed of subsystems or electronic circuits, which include amplifiers, signal sources, power supplies, and digital logic circuits. Today, electronics generally involves transistors and transistor circuits.
This course involves an in depth study of analog electronics involving electronic devices such as Diodes, BJT, JFET, MOSFET and Oscillators in line with the course described by Mumbai University.


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What you'll learn?


  • Concept of Energy level
  • Concept of Energy Band
  • Intrinsic and Extrinsic Semiconductors
  • PN Junction Diode: Forward and Reverse biased

Bipolar Junction Transistor (BJT)

  • Construction
  • Two diode analogy of Transistor
  • BJT characteristics
  • DC load line and regions of operation
  • Transistor as a switch
  • DC analysis of common BJT circuits
  • Analysis and design of fixed bias, collector to base bias and voltage divider bias
  • Stability factor analysis

Small Signal Analysis Of BJT Amplifiers

  • Understanding of amplification concept with reference to input/output characteristics
  • AC load line analysis
  • Definition of amplifier parameters Zi, Zo, Av and Ai
  • Graphical analysis to evaluate parameters
  • Hybrid-pi model
  • Early effect
  • h-parameter model
  • Small signal analysis (mid-frequency) (Zi, Zo, Av and Ai) of CE, CB and CC configurations using hybrid-pi model
  • Comparison between CE, CB and CC configurations with reference to parameters

Junction Field Effect Transistor (JFET)

  • Construction
  • Working
  • Region of operation
  • Transfer (Vgs, Vs, Id) and output (Vds, Vs, Id) characteristics
  • Shockley equation

DC Analysis And Small Signal Analysis Of JFET

  • Analysis and design of self bias
  • Analysis and design of voltage divider bias
  • Small signal equivalent circuit and analysis (mid frequency) (Zi, Zo and Av)

Metal-Oxide Semiconductor Field Effect Transistor (MOSFET)

  • E-MOSFET MOS capacitor
  • E-MOSFET Energy band diagram of MOS capacitor in accumulation, depletion and inversion region
  • E-MOSFET concept of threshold voltage
  • E-MOSFET Operation of MOSFET
  • E-MOSFET Derivation of threshold voltage and drain current
  • E-MOSFET Body effect
  • E-MOSFET Channel length modulation
  • D-MOSFET construction and working

DC Analysis And Small Signal Analysis Of MOSFET

  • DC load line and region of operation
  • Common MOSFETs configuration
  • Analysis and design of biasing circuits
  • Graphical analysis of evaluate parameters
  • AC load line
  • Small signal model
  • Small signal (mid-frequency) analysis of CS, CD and CG amplifiers


  • Concept of negative and positive feedback
  • Conditions for oscillation
  • RC oscillators : Phase shift and Wein bridge
  • LC oscillators : Hartley, Colpitts and Clapps
  • Tuned oscillator: Twin- T oscillator and crystal oscillator