**Theory Notes:
Dr.Yatindra Nath Singh
Electrical Engineering Department
IIT Kanpur-208016
Lab material:
Dr.Joseph John
Electrical Engineering Department
IIT Kanpur-208016
Reviwed by:
Dr.S.P.Das
Electrical Engineering Department
IIT Kanpur-208016**

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2005, 2007 Joseph John

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Basic idea of the course will be to introduce the basic concepts required to understand the electronic circuits.

Prerequisites: There are no prerequisites as such for the course. The course has been built for first year undergraduate students and targeted as general course for all branches of engineering.

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Books and references

- Ralph J.Smith, R.C.Dorf,
*Circuits, devices and systems,*John Wiley, 1992 - R.L.Boylestad, L. Nashelsky,
*Electronic devices and circuit theory,*Prentice Hall, 2002 - A.S.Sedra, K.C.Smith,
*Microelectronic circuits,*Oxfort University Press, 1998 - R.A.Gayakwad,
*Op-amps and linear integrated circuits,*Prentice Hall of India - Millman, Grabel,
*Microelectronics,*McGraw-Hill. - DeCarlo, and Lin,
*Linear circuit analysis,*Oxford Univesity Press, 2001 (second edition). - Hayt, Kammerly and Durbin,
*Engineering Circuit Analysis,*Tata McGrawHill, sixth edition

- Contents

- System
- Passive elements
- Sources

- Lecture 3: DC Circuit Analysis
- Lecture 4: More on Dependent Sources
- Thevenin's Theorem
- Norton Theorem
- Example: Analysing circuits using Thevenin's and Norton's equivalents

- Transient response of RL circuit
- R-C Circuits
- Sinusoidal Steady State Response
- Power Supply

- Bipolar Junction Transistor

- Operational Amplifiers
- Digital Circuits

- Other ways of realizing logic functions

- Lab schedule
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