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Content : 
Introduction to electronics

Mobility
Mobility of electron
Temperature with standing capacity
  • 1. Leakage current
  • 2. Temperature with standing capacity
  • 3. Peak inverse voltage
Hole concept
Crystal lattice
Semiconductor
  • 1. Intrinsic semiconductor (pure)
  • 2. Extrinsic semiconductor (impure)
Penta valent impurity
Trivalent impurity
Doping
  • 1. Ordinary p-n diodes
  • 2. Zener diode
  • 3. Tunnel diode
Ordinary p-n diode and zener diode
Drift current
Current density
Diffusion current
Diode application
  • 1. Linear resistor
  • 2. Ideal diode
  • 3. Practical diode
  • 4. Piece-wise linear model
Problems
Clippers
  • 1. Shint clipper
  • 2. Series clipper
  • 3. Output following input design
  • 4. Two independent level clipping
  • 5. Alternators
  • 6. Single branch design
  • 7. Multi branch design
Positive clamper
Technique in clamper
Voltage multiplier
Problems
Alternator
Single branch design
Diode resistance
  • 1. Static resistance
  • 2. Dynamic resistance
Graphical representation
Mathematical analysis
Junction capacitance
  • 1. Transition capacitance
  • 2. Diffusion capacitance
Rectifiers
  • 1. Half wave rectifier
  • 2. Full wave rectifier with centre tap
  • 3. Bridge rectifier

BJT
  • Principle of BJT
  • 1. Emitter injection efficiency
  • 2. Base transport factor
  • 3. Large signal current gain
  • BJT configuration
  • Common base
  • Common emitter
  • Common collector
  • CE amplifier
  • AC analysis
  • AC load line
  • Stability factor
  • Biasing circuits
  • 1. Stabilization technique
  • a. Fixed bias
  • b. Collector to base
  • c. Voltage divider bias
  • 2. Compensation
  • a. Diode
  • b. Thermistor
  • c. sensistor
  • Compensation through sensistor
  • Position of Q point on DC load line
  • Conclusion
  • Thermal runaway
  • Thermal parameters
  • Power transistor
  • BJT application
  • CE amplifier
  • RC coupled BJT amplifier
  • Direct coupled BJT amplifier
  • Analysis of CE amplifier
  • Properties of CE amplifier
  • Miller theorem
  • CC amplifier
  • Early effect
  • Output resistance
  • Breakdown mechanism in BJT
  • 1. thermal runaway
  • 2. punch through
  • 3. avalanche breakdown
  • Small signal analysis of BJT
  • Types of basic amplifier
  • 1. voltage amplifier
  • 2. current amplifier
  • 3. transconductance amplifier
  • 4. transresistance amplifier
  • Linear 2 port network
  • Y parameters
  • H parameters
  • G parameters
  • Low frequency analysis of BJT
  • Typical value of h-parameters
  • Amplifier analysis at low frequencies
  • BJT characteristics analysis
  • 1. current gain
  • 2. input impedance
  • 3. voltage gain
  • 4. output impedence
  • Approximation method of CE
  • CE amplifier
  • High frequency analysis of BJT
  • Hybrid PIE parameters
  • Capacitance
  • 1. internal capacitance
  • a. cd-diffusion
  • b. ct-transition
  • External capacitance
  • a. cc-coupling
  • b. ce-bypass
  • Low frequency range
  • High frequency range
  • Mid band range
  • Practical amplifier design
  • 1. CE bypass amplifier
  • 2. CE un bypass amplifier
  • 3. CC amplifier
  • 4. CB amplifier
  • Feedback theory
  • Topology
  • 1. Block diagram analysis
  • 2. Practical circuit analysis
  • Procedure for feedback
  • Integrated theory
  • Multistage amplifier
  • Effect of cascading on BW
  • High cut-off frequency
  • 1. Cascade amplifier
  • 2. Darlington pair
  • Emitter follower
  • Coupling design
  • 1. RC coupling
  • 2. Direct coupling
  • Direct coupled amplifier
  • Testing of differential amplifier for various output
  • Common input
  • Large difference input
  • Small difference input
  • AC analysis
  • Dc analysis
  • Swamping resistor technique
  • Current mirror biasing
  • 1. Simple current mirror
  • 2. Modified current mirror
  • 3. Micro level current mirror
  • CMRR (common mode rejection ratio)
Operational amplifier
  • Application of op-amp
  • Linear application 
  • Non-linear application
  • 1. Inverting amplifier
  • 2. Non-inverting amplifier
  • 3. Phase shifter
  • 4. Voltage follower
  • 5. Differential amplifier
  • 6. Subtractor
  • 7. Inverter adder
  • 8. Non-inverting adder
  • 9. Current to voltage converter
  • 10. Voltage to current converters
  • 11. Voltage limiter
  • 12. Logarithmic amplifier
  • 13. Antilog amplifier
  • 14. Precision rectifier
  • 15. Instrumental amplifier
  • 16. Modulator
  • 17. Demodulator
  • 18. Integrator
  • 19. Differentiator
  • 20. Active filter
  • Frequency domain analysis
  • Band reject filter
  • All pass filter
  • Non-linear application
  • Communication system
  • Problems
  • Mono stable multi vibrator
FET-field effect transistor
  • Introduction
  • Types
  • 1. N-channel
  • 2. P-channel
  • Working principle
  • FET parameters
  • 1. AC drain resistance
  • 2. Transconductance
  • 3. Amplification
  • FET biasing
  • FET amplifier
MOSFET
  • N-channel enhancement mosfet (NMOS)
  • Power amplifier
  • Class A amplifier
  • Dc condition
  • Power dissipation
  • Class B power amplifier
  • Push pull class B power amplifier
  • Cross over distortion
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