- Introduction-Basic concepts
- Basic electricity and circuit elements -The closed circuit -Open circuit -Short circuit -Power – Passive sign conventions
- Resistance in Series and Parallel(KA)
- Inductance – Capacitance – Ohm’s Law – Power Dissipation in Resistance
- Current sources and Voltage sources -Direct&Alternating quantities -Voltage dividers and Current dividers
- Voltage divider Circuit Analysis(KA)
- Kirchhoff’s Laws- Kirchhoff’s Current Law (KCL)
- Application of Nodal Analysis
- Application of Nodal Analysis – Refrence node
- Applications of nodal analysis-Super Node
- Applications of Nodal Analysis – Super Node technique
- Kirchhoff’s Voltage Law (KVL) – Loop – Loop Analysis
- Applications of Loop Analysis-examples
- KVL equations and applications of Loop Method
- KVL equations and examples of Loop Method
- KVL equations and examples of Loop Method
- KVL equations and example of Loop Method
- KVL equations and applications of Loop Analysis-super mesh
- Applications of Loop Analysis – Super Mesh Technique-examples
- Applications of Loop Analysis – Super Mesh Technique – Coupling equation
- Examples of Loop Analysis by using dependent sources – Coupling equation
- Matrices and Determinants method, in solving circuit equations
- Superposition Theorem and its applications in circuit network
- Source Transformation and its applications in circuit network
- Thevenin’s Theorem and its applications in circuit network
- Thevenin’s Theorem and its applications in circuit networks
- Norton’s Theorem and its applications in circuit network
- Norton’s Theorem and its applications in circuit networks
- Basic Semiconductor concepts
- PN Junction Diode (continue…)
- Terminal characteristics of the Junction Diode – Forward bias region
- Reverse bias region – Break down region – Analysis of Diode circuits
- DC or Static Resistance – The constant voltage drop model – AC or Dynamic Resistance
- Small Signal Model and its applications
- Transformers – step up-step down-Applications
- Negative Half Wave Rectifiers – Load voltage and current – Average Load voltage and current
- Peak Inverse Voltage (PIV) – Full wave rectifier
- Negative full wave rectifier – Full wave bridge rectifier
- Filters – Clippers – Series Clippers
- Parallel Clippers – Clampers
- Diode logic gates (OR Gate) ( AND Gate) – Voltage Multipliers – Half wave voltage doubler – Zener diode – Zener diode shunt regulator
- Applications of Zener Diode shunt regulator – Light emitting diode(LED) – PIN Photodiodes – Tunnel Diode
- Bipolar Junction Transistors (BJT) -Types, Modes of operation
- DC biasing of Transistor -Characteristic of BJT-Load line analysis
- DC Biasing BJT