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Sl.No Chapter Name MP4 Download
1Introduction to the courseDownload
2Obtaining power gainDownload
3Obtaining power gain using a linear two port?Download
4One port(two terminal) nonlinear elementDownload
5Nonlinear circuit analysisDownload
6Small signal incremental analysis-graphical viewDownload
7Small signal incremental analysis Download
8Incremental equivalent circuitDownload
9Large signal characteristics of a diodeDownload
10Analysis of diode circuitsDownload
11Small signal model of a diodeDownload
12Two port nonlinearityDownload
13Small signal equivalent of a two port networkDownload
14Small signal equivalent circuit of a two port networkDownload
15Gain of a two port networkDownload
16Constraints on small signal parameters to maximize the gainDownload
17Constraints on large signal characteristics to maximize the gainDownload
18Implications of constraints in terms of the circuit equivalentDownload
19MOS transistor-descriptionDownload
20MOS transistor large signal characteristicsDownload
21MOS transistor large signal characteristics-graphical viewDownload
22MOS transistor small signal characteristicsDownload
23Linear (Triode) region of the MOS transistorDownload
24Small signal amplifier using the MOS transistorDownload
25Basic amplifier structureDownload
26Problems with the basic structureDownload
27Adding bias and signal-ac couplingDownload
28Common source amplifier with biasingDownload
29Common source amplifier: Small signal equivalent circuitDownload
30Common source amplifier analysis: Effect of biasing componentsDownload
31Constraint on the input coupling capacitorDownload
32Constraint on the output coupling capacitorDownload
33Dependence of ID on VDSDownload
34Small signal output conductance of a MOS transistorDownload
35Effect of gds on a common source amplifier; Inherent gain limit of a transistorDownload
36Variation gm with transistor parametersDownload
37Variation of gm with constant VGS and constant drain current biasDownload
38Negative feedback control for constant drain current biasDownload
39Types of feedback for constant drain current biasDownload
40Sense at the drain and feedback to the gate-Drain feedbackDownload
41Intuitive explanation of low sensitivity with drain feedbackDownload
42Common source amplifier with drain feedback biasDownload
43Constraint on the gate bias resistorDownload
44Constraint on the input coupling capacitor Download
45Constraint on the output coupling capacitor Download
46Input and output resistances of the common source amplifier with constant VGS biasDownload
47Current mirrorDownload
48Common souce amplifier with current mirror biasDownload
49Constraint on coupling capacitors and bias resistanceDownload
50Diode connected transistorDownload
51Source feedback biasingDownload
52Common source amplifier with source feedback biasDownload
53Constraints on capacitor valuesDownload
54Sensing at the drain and feeding back to the sourceDownload
55Sensing at the source and feeding back to the gateDownload
56Ensuring that transistor is in saturationDownload
57Using a resistor instead of current source for biasingDownload
58Controlled sources using a MOS transistor-IntroductionDownload
59Voltage controlled voltage sourceDownload
60VCVS using a MOS transistorDownload
61VCVS using a MOS transistor-Small signal pictureDownload
62VCVS using a MOS transistor-Complete circuitDownload
63Source follower: Effect of output conductance; Constraints on coupling capacitorsDownload
64VCCS using a MOS transistorDownload
65VCCS using a MOS transistor: Small signal pictureDownload
66VCCS using a MOS transistor: Complete circuitDownload
67VCCS using a MOS transistor: AC coupling the outputDownload
68Source degenrated CS amplifierDownload
69CCCS using a MOS transistorDownload
70CCCS using a MOS transistor: Small signal pictureDownload
71CCCS using a MOS transistor: Complete circuitDownload
72CCVS using a MOS transistorDownload
73CCVS using a MOS transistor: GainDownload
74CCVS using a MOS transistor: Input and output resistancesDownload
75CCVS using a MOS transistor: Complete circuitDownload
76VCVS using an opampDownload
77CCVS using an opampDownload
78Negative feedback and virtual short in an opampDownload
79Negative feedback and virtual short in a transistorDownload
80Constraints on controlled sources using opamps and transistorsDownload
81Quick tour of amplifying devicesDownload
82Signal swing limits in amplifiersDownload
83Swing limit due to transistor entering triode regionDownload
84Swing limit due to transistor entering cutoff regionDownload
85Swing limit calculation exampleDownload
86Swing limits-more calculationsDownload
87pMOS transistorDownload
88Small signal model of the pMOS transistorDownload
89Common source amplifier using the pMOS transistorDownload
90Swing limits of the pMOS common source amplifierDownload
91Biasing a pMOS transistor at a constant current; pMOS current mirrorDownload
92Converting nMOS transistor circuits to pMOSDownload
93Bias current generationDownload
94Examples of more than one transistor in feedbackDownload
95Gain limitation in a common source amplifier with resistive loadDownload
96nMOS active load for pMOS common source amplifierDownload
97CMOS inverterDownload
98Large signal characteristics of pMOS CS amplifier with nMOS active loadDownload
99Large signal characteristics of nMOS CS amplifier with pMOS active loadDownload
100Large signal characteristics of a CMOS inverterDownload
101Active load amplifiers as digital gatesDownload
102Sensitivity of output bias to input bias in a CMOS inverterDownload
103Self biasing a CMOS inverterDownload
104An application of self biased invertersDownload
105Current consumption of a self-biased inverter; Current biasingDownload
106Amplifying a difference signal; Differential pairDownload
107Differential pair-small signal basicsDownload
108Biasing a differential pairDownload
109Differential pair with differential excitationDownload
110Differential pair with a current mirror loadDownload
111Differential pair with a current mirror load-operating pointDownload
112Differential pair with a current mirror load-Norton equivalent currentDownload
113Differential pair with a current mirror load-Norton equivalent resistanceDownload
114Common mode gainDownload
115Single stage opampDownload
116Single stage opamp: Input common mode swing limitsDownload
117Single stage opamp: Output swing limitsDownload
118Which transistor type to use for the second stage?Download
119Small signal gainDownload
120DC negative feedback biasing of all stagesDownload
121DC negative feedback biasing of all stages, cont'dDownload
122Small signal model Download
123Swing limits Download
124Systematic offset; How to eliminate itDownload
125Bipolar junction transistor(BJT): Large signal modelDownload
126BJT model for calculating operating pointsDownload
127BJT small signal modelDownload
128Biasing a BJTDownload
129Biasing a BJT, cont'dDownload
130Amplifiers using BJTsDownload
131PNP transistorDownload

Sl.No Chapter Name English
1Introduction to the courseDownload
Verified
2Obtaining power gainDownload
Verified
3Obtaining power gain using a linear two port?Download
Verified
4One port(two terminal) nonlinear elementDownload
Verified
5Nonlinear circuit analysisDownload
Verified
6Small signal incremental analysis-graphical viewDownload
Verified
7Small signal incremental analysis Download
Verified
8Incremental equivalent circuitDownload
Verified
9Large signal characteristics of a diodeDownload
Verified
10Analysis of diode circuitsDownload
Verified
11Small signal model of a diodeDownload
Verified
12Two port nonlinearityDownload
Verified
13Small signal equivalent of a two port networkDownload
Verified
14Small signal equivalent circuit of a two port networkDownload
Verified
15Gain of a two port networkDownload
Verified
16Constraints on small signal parameters to maximize the gainDownload
Verified
17Constraints on large signal characteristics to maximize the gainDownload
Verified
18Implications of constraints in terms of the circuit equivalentDownload
Verified
19MOS transistor-descriptionDownload
Verified
20MOS transistor large signal characteristicsDownload
Verified
21MOS transistor large signal characteristics-graphical viewDownload
Verified
22MOS transistor small signal characteristicsDownload
Verified
23Linear (Triode) region of the MOS transistorDownload
Verified
24Small signal amplifier using the MOS transistorDownload
Verified
25Basic amplifier structureDownload
Verified
26Problems with the basic structureDownload
Verified
27Adding bias and signal-ac couplingDownload
Verified
28Common source amplifier with biasingDownload
Verified
29Common source amplifier: Small signal equivalent circuitDownload
Verified
30Common source amplifier analysis: Effect of biasing componentsDownload
Verified
31Constraint on the input coupling capacitorDownload
Verified
32Constraint on the output coupling capacitorDownload
Verified
33Dependence of ID on VDSDownload
Verified
34Small signal output conductance of a MOS transistorDownload
Verified
35Effect of gds on a common source amplifier; Inherent gain limit of a transistorDownload
Verified
36Variation gm with transistor parametersDownload
Verified
37Variation of gm with constant VGS and constant drain current biasDownload
Verified
38Negative feedback control for constant drain current biasDownload
Verified
39Types of feedback for constant drain current biasDownload
Verified
40Sense at the drain and feedback to the gate-Drain feedbackDownload
Verified
41Intuitive explanation of low sensitivity with drain feedbackDownload
Verified
42Common source amplifier with drain feedback biasDownload
Verified
43Constraint on the gate bias resistorDownload
Verified
44Constraint on the input coupling capacitor Download
Verified
45Constraint on the output coupling capacitor Download
Verified
46Input and output resistances of the common source amplifier with constant VGS biasDownload
Verified
47Current mirrorDownload
Verified
48Common souce amplifier with current mirror biasDownload
Verified
49Constraint on coupling capacitors and bias resistanceDownload
Verified
50Diode connected transistorDownload
Verified
51Source feedback biasingDownload
Verified
52Common source amplifier with source feedback biasDownload
Verified
53Constraints on capacitor valuesDownload
Verified
54Sensing at the drain and feeding back to the sourceDownload
Verified
55Sensing at the source and feeding back to the gateDownload
Verified
56Ensuring that transistor is in saturationDownload
Verified
57Using a resistor instead of current source for biasingDownload
Verified
58Controlled sources using a MOS transistor-IntroductionDownload
Verified
59Voltage controlled voltage sourceDownload
Verified
60VCVS using a MOS transistorDownload
Verified
61VCVS using a MOS transistor-Small signal pictureDownload
Verified
62VCVS using a MOS transistor-Complete circuitDownload
Verified
63Source follower: Effect of output conductance; Constraints on coupling capacitorsDownload
Verified
64VCCS using a MOS transistorDownload
Verified
65VCCS using a MOS transistor: Small signal pictureDownload
Verified
66VCCS using a MOS transistor: Complete circuitDownload
Verified
67VCCS using a MOS transistor: AC coupling the outputDownload
Verified
68Source degenrated CS amplifierDownload
Verified
69CCCS using a MOS transistorDownload
Verified
70CCCS using a MOS transistor: Small signal pictureDownload
Verified
71CCCS using a MOS transistor: Complete circuitDownload
Verified
72CCVS using a MOS transistorDownload
Verified
73CCVS using a MOS transistor: GainDownload
Verified
74CCVS using a MOS transistor: Input and output resistancesDownload
Verified
75CCVS using a MOS transistor: Complete circuitDownload
Verified
76VCVS using an opampDownload
Verified
77CCVS using an opampDownload
Verified
78Negative feedback and virtual short in an opampDownload
Verified
79Negative feedback and virtual short in a transistorDownload
Verified
80Constraints on controlled sources using opamps and transistorsDownload
Verified
81Quick tour of amplifying devicesDownload
Verified
82Signal swing limits in amplifiersDownload
Verified
83Swing limit due to transistor entering triode regionDownload
Verified
84Swing limit due to transistor entering cutoff regionDownload
Verified
85Swing limit calculation exampleDownload
Verified
86Swing limits-more calculationsDownload
Verified
87pMOS transistorDownload
Verified
88Small signal model of the pMOS transistorDownload
Verified
89Common source amplifier using the pMOS transistorDownload
Verified
90Swing limits of the pMOS common source amplifierDownload
Verified
91Biasing a pMOS transistor at a constant current; pMOS current mirrorDownload
Verified
92Converting nMOS transistor circuits to pMOSDownload
Verified
93Bias current generationDownload
Verified
94Examples of more than one transistor in feedbackDownload
Verified
95Gain limitation in a common source amplifier with resistive loadDownload
Verified
96nMOS active load for pMOS common source amplifierPDF unavailable
97CMOS inverterPDF unavailable
98Large signal characteristics of pMOS CS amplifier with nMOS active loadPDF unavailable
99Large signal characteristics of nMOS CS amplifier with pMOS active loadPDF unavailable
100Large signal characteristics of a CMOS inverterPDF unavailable
101Active load amplifiers as digital gatesPDF unavailable
102Sensitivity of output bias to input bias in a CMOS inverterPDF unavailable
103Self biasing a CMOS inverterPDF unavailable
104An application of self biased invertersPDF unavailable
105Current consumption of a self-biased inverter; Current biasingPDF unavailable
106Amplifying a difference signal; Differential pairPDF unavailable
107Differential pair-small signal basicsPDF unavailable
108Biasing a differential pairPDF unavailable
109Differential pair with differential excitationPDF unavailable
110Differential pair with a current mirror loadPDF unavailable
111Differential pair with a current mirror load-operating pointPDF unavailable
112Differential pair with a current mirror load-Norton equivalent currentPDF unavailable
113Differential pair with a current mirror load-Norton equivalent resistancePDF unavailable
114Common mode gainPDF unavailable
115Single stage opampPDF unavailable
116Single stage opamp: Input common mode swing limitsPDF unavailable
117Single stage opamp: Output swing limitsPDF unavailable
118Which transistor type to use for the second stage?PDF unavailable
119Small signal gainPDF unavailable
120DC negative feedback biasing of all stagesPDF unavailable
121DC negative feedback biasing of all stages, cont'dPDF unavailable
122Small signal model PDF unavailable
123Swing limits PDF unavailable
124Systematic offset; How to eliminate itPDF unavailable
125Bipolar junction transistor(BJT): Large signal modelPDF unavailable
126BJT model for calculating operating pointsPDF unavailable
127BJT small signal modelPDF unavailable
128Biasing a BJTPDF unavailable
129Biasing a BJT, cont'dPDF unavailable
130Amplifiers using BJTsPDF unavailable
131PNP transistorPDF unavailable
Sl.No Chapter Name Bengali
1Introduction to the courseDownload
2Obtaining power gainDownload
3Obtaining power gain using a linear two port?Download
4One port(two terminal) nonlinear elementDownload
5Nonlinear circuit analysisDownload
6Small signal incremental analysis-graphical viewDownload
7Small signal incremental analysis Download
8Incremental equivalent circuitDownload
9Large signal characteristics of a diodeDownload
10Analysis of diode circuitsDownload
11Small signal model of a diodeDownload
12Two port nonlinearityDownload
13Small signal equivalent of a two port networkDownload
14Small signal equivalent circuit of a two port networkDownload
15Gain of a two port networkDownload
16Constraints on small signal parameters to maximize the gainDownload
17Constraints on large signal characteristics to maximize the gainDownload
18Implications of constraints in terms of the circuit equivalentDownload
19MOS transistor-descriptionDownload
20MOS transistor large signal characteristicsDownload
21MOS transistor large signal characteristics-graphical viewDownload
22MOS transistor small signal characteristicsDownload
23Linear (Triode) region of the MOS transistorDownload
24Small signal amplifier using the MOS transistorDownload
25Basic amplifier structureDownload
26Problems with the basic structureDownload
27Adding bias and signal-ac couplingDownload
28Common source amplifier with biasingDownload
29Common source amplifier: Small signal equivalent circuitDownload
30Common source amplifier analysis: Effect of biasing componentsDownload
31Constraint on the input coupling capacitorDownload
32Constraint on the output coupling capacitorDownload
33Dependence of ID on VDSDownload
34Small signal output conductance of a MOS transistorDownload
35Effect of gds on a common source amplifier; Inherent gain limit of a transistorDownload
36Variation gm with transistor parametersDownload
37Variation of gm with constant VGS and constant drain current biasDownload
38Negative feedback control for constant drain current biasDownload
39Types of feedback for constant drain current biasDownload
40Sense at the drain and feedback to the gate-Drain feedbackDownload
41Intuitive explanation of low sensitivity with drain feedbackDownload
42Common source amplifier with drain feedback biasDownload
43Constraint on the gate bias resistorDownload
44Constraint on the input coupling capacitor Download
45Constraint on the output coupling capacitor Download
46Input and output resistances of the common source amplifier with constant VGS biasDownload
47Current mirrorDownload
48Common souce amplifier with current mirror biasDownload
49Constraint on coupling capacitors and bias resistanceDownload
50Diode connected transistorDownload
51Source feedback biasingDownload
52Common source amplifier with source feedback biasDownload
53Constraints on capacitor valuesDownload
54Sensing at the drain and feeding back to the sourceDownload
55Sensing at the source and feeding back to the gateDownload
56Ensuring that transistor is in saturationDownload
57Using a resistor instead of current source for biasingDownload
58Controlled sources using a MOS transistor-IntroductionDownload
59Voltage controlled voltage sourceDownload
60VCVS using a MOS transistorDownload
61VCVS using a MOS transistor-Small signal pictureDownload
62VCVS using a MOS transistor-Complete circuitDownload
63Source follower: Effect of output conductance; Constraints on coupling capacitorsDownload
64VCCS using a MOS transistorDownload
65VCCS using a MOS transistor: Small signal pictureDownload
66VCCS using a MOS transistor: Complete circuitDownload
67VCCS using a MOS transistor: AC coupling the outputDownload
68Source degenrated CS amplifierDownload
69CCCS using a MOS transistorDownload
70CCCS using a MOS transistor: Small signal pictureDownload
71CCCS using a MOS transistor: Complete circuitDownload
72CCVS using a MOS transistorDownload
73CCVS using a MOS transistor: GainDownload
74CCVS using a MOS transistor: Input and output resistancesDownload
75CCVS using a MOS transistor: Complete circuitDownload
76VCVS using an opampDownload
77CCVS using an opampDownload
78Negative feedback and virtual short in an opampDownload
79Negative feedback and virtual short in a transistorDownload
80Constraints on controlled sources using opamps and transistorsDownload
81Quick tour of amplifying devicesDownload
82Signal swing limits in amplifiersDownload
83Swing limit due to transistor entering triode regionDownload
84Swing limit due to transistor entering cutoff regionDownload
85Swing limit calculation exampleDownload
86Swing limits-more calculationsDownload
87pMOS transistorDownload
88Small signal model of the pMOS transistorDownload
89Common source amplifier using the pMOS transistorDownload
90Swing limits of the pMOS common source amplifierDownload
91Biasing a pMOS transistor at a constant current; pMOS current mirrorDownload
92Converting nMOS transistor circuits to pMOSDownload
93Bias current generationDownload
94Examples of more than one transistor in feedbackDownload
95Gain limitation in a common source amplifier with resistive loadNot Available
96nMOS active load for pMOS common source amplifierNot Available
97CMOS inverterNot Available
98Large signal characteristics of pMOS CS amplifier with nMOS active loadNot Available
99Large signal characteristics of nMOS CS amplifier with pMOS active loadNot Available
100Large signal characteristics of a CMOS inverterNot Available
101Active load amplifiers as digital gatesNot Available
102Sensitivity of output bias to input bias in a CMOS inverterNot Available
103Self biasing a CMOS inverterNot Available
104An application of self biased invertersNot Available
105Current consumption of a self-biased inverter; Current biasingNot Available
106Amplifying a difference signal; Differential pairNot Available
107Differential pair-small signal basicsNot Available
108Biasing a differential pairNot Available
109Differential pair with differential excitationNot Available
110Differential pair with a current mirror loadNot Available
111Differential pair with a current mirror load-operating pointNot Available
112Differential pair with a current mirror load-Norton equivalent currentNot Available
113Differential pair with a current mirror load-Norton equivalent resistanceNot Available
114Common mode gainNot Available
115Single stage opampNot Available
116Single stage opamp: Input common mode swing limitsNot Available
117Single stage opamp: Output swing limitsNot Available
118Which transistor type to use for the second stage?Not Available
119Small signal gainNot Available
120DC negative feedback biasing of all stagesNot Available
121DC negative feedback biasing of all stages, cont'dNot Available
122Small signal model Not Available
123Swing limits Not Available
124Systematic offset; How to eliminate itNot Available
125Bipolar junction transistor(BJT): Large signal modelNot Available
126BJT model for calculating operating pointsNot Available
127BJT small signal modelNot Available
128Biasing a BJTNot Available
129Biasing a BJT, cont'dNot Available
130Amplifiers using BJTsNot Available
131PNP transistorNot Available
Sl.No Chapter Name Kannada
1Introduction to the courseDownload
2Obtaining power gainDownload
3Obtaining power gain using a linear two port?Download
4One port(two terminal) nonlinear elementDownload
5Nonlinear circuit analysisDownload
6Small signal incremental analysis-graphical viewDownload
7Small signal incremental analysis Download
8Incremental equivalent circuitDownload
9Large signal characteristics of a diodeDownload
10Analysis of diode circuitsDownload
11Small signal model of a diodeDownload
12Two port nonlinearityDownload
13Small signal equivalent of a two port networkDownload
14Small signal equivalent circuit of a two port networkDownload
15Gain of a two port networkDownload
16Constraints on small signal parameters to maximize the gainDownload
17Constraints on large signal characteristics to maximize the gainDownload
18Implications of constraints in terms of the circuit equivalentDownload
19MOS transistor-descriptionDownload
20MOS transistor large signal characteristicsDownload
21MOS transistor large signal characteristics-graphical viewDownload
22MOS transistor small signal characteristicsDownload
23Linear (Triode) region of the MOS transistorDownload
24Small signal amplifier using the MOS transistorDownload
25Basic amplifier structureDownload
26Problems with the basic structureDownload
27Adding bias and signal-ac couplingDownload
28Common source amplifier with biasingDownload
29Common source amplifier: Small signal equivalent circuitDownload
30Common source amplifier analysis: Effect of biasing componentsDownload
31Constraint on the input coupling capacitorDownload
32Constraint on the output coupling capacitorDownload
33Dependence of ID on VDSDownload
34Small signal output conductance of a MOS transistorDownload
35Effect of gds on a common source amplifier; Inherent gain limit of a transistorDownload
36Variation gm with transistor parametersDownload
37Variation of gm with constant VGS and constant drain current biasDownload
38Negative feedback control for constant drain current biasDownload
39Types of feedback for constant drain current biasDownload
40Sense at the drain and feedback to the gate-Drain feedbackDownload
41Intuitive explanation of low sensitivity with drain feedbackDownload
42Common source amplifier with drain feedback biasDownload
43Constraint on the gate bias resistorDownload
44Constraint on the input coupling capacitor Download
45Constraint on the output coupling capacitor Download
46Input and output resistances of the common source amplifier with constant VGS biasDownload
47Current mirrorDownload
48Common souce amplifier with current mirror biasDownload
49Constraint on coupling capacitors and bias resistanceDownload
50Diode connected transistorDownload
51Source feedback biasingDownload
52Common source amplifier with source feedback biasDownload
53Constraints on capacitor valuesDownload
54Sensing at the drain and feeding back to the sourceDownload
55Sensing at the source and feeding back to the gateDownload
56Ensuring that transistor is in saturationDownload
57Using a resistor instead of current source for biasingDownload
58Controlled sources using a MOS transistor-IntroductionDownload
59Voltage controlled voltage sourceDownload
60VCVS using a MOS transistorDownload
61VCVS using a MOS transistor-Small signal pictureDownload
62VCVS using a MOS transistor-Complete circuitDownload
63Source follower: Effect of output conductance; Constraints on coupling capacitorsDownload
64VCCS using a MOS transistorDownload
65VCCS using a MOS transistor: Small signal pictureDownload
66VCCS using a MOS transistor: Complete circuitDownload
67VCCS using a MOS transistor: AC coupling the outputDownload
68Source degenrated CS amplifierDownload
69CCCS using a MOS transistorDownload
70CCCS using a MOS transistor: Small signal pictureDownload
71CCCS using a MOS transistor: Complete circuitDownload
72CCVS using a MOS transistorDownload
73CCVS using a MOS transistor: GainDownload
74CCVS using a MOS transistor: Input and output resistancesDownload
75CCVS using a MOS transistor: Complete circuitDownload
76VCVS using an opampDownload
77CCVS using an opampDownload
78Negative feedback and virtual short in an opampDownload
79Negative feedback and virtual short in a transistorDownload
80Constraints on controlled sources using opamps and transistorsDownload
81Quick tour of amplifying devicesDownload
82Signal swing limits in amplifiersDownload
83Swing limit due to transistor entering triode regionDownload
84Swing limit due to transistor entering cutoff regionDownload
85Swing limit calculation exampleDownload
86Swing limits-more calculationsDownload
87pMOS transistorDownload
88Small signal model of the pMOS transistorDownload
89Common source amplifier using the pMOS transistorDownload
90Swing limits of the pMOS common source amplifierDownload
91Biasing a pMOS transistor at a constant current; pMOS current mirrorDownload
92Converting nMOS transistor circuits to pMOSDownload
93Bias current generationDownload
94Examples of more than one transistor in feedbackDownload
95Gain limitation in a common source amplifier with resistive loadNot Available
96nMOS active load for pMOS common source amplifierNot Available
97CMOS inverterNot Available
98Large signal characteristics of pMOS CS amplifier with nMOS active loadNot Available
99Large signal characteristics of nMOS CS amplifier with pMOS active loadNot Available
100Large signal characteristics of a CMOS inverterNot Available
101Active load amplifiers as digital gatesNot Available
102Sensitivity of output bias to input bias in a CMOS inverterNot Available
103Self biasing a CMOS inverterNot Available
104An application of self biased invertersNot Available
105Current consumption of a self-biased inverter; Current biasingNot Available
106Amplifying a difference signal; Differential pairNot Available
107Differential pair-small signal basicsNot Available
108Biasing a differential pairNot Available
109Differential pair with differential excitationNot Available
110Differential pair with a current mirror loadNot Available
111Differential pair with a current mirror load-operating pointNot Available
112Differential pair with a current mirror load-Norton equivalent currentNot Available
113Differential pair with a current mirror load-Norton equivalent resistanceNot Available
114Common mode gainNot Available
115Single stage opampNot Available
116Single stage opamp: Input common mode swing limitsNot Available
117Single stage opamp: Output swing limitsNot Available
118Which transistor type to use for the second stage?Not Available
119Small signal gainNot Available
120DC negative feedback biasing of all stagesNot Available
121DC negative feedback biasing of all stages, cont'dNot Available
122Small signal model Not Available
123Swing limits Not Available
124Systematic offset; How to eliminate itNot Available
125Bipolar junction transistor(BJT): Large signal modelNot Available
126BJT model for calculating operating pointsNot Available
127BJT small signal modelNot Available
128Biasing a BJTNot Available
129Biasing a BJT, cont'dNot Available
130Amplifiers using BJTsNot Available
131PNP transistorNot Available
Sl.No Chapter Name Telugu
1Introduction to the courseDownload
2Obtaining power gainDownload
3Obtaining power gain using a linear two port?Download
4One port(two terminal) nonlinear elementDownload
5Nonlinear circuit analysisDownload
6Small signal incremental analysis-graphical viewDownload
7Small signal incremental analysis Download
8Incremental equivalent circuitDownload
9Large signal characteristics of a diodeDownload
10Analysis of diode circuitsDownload
11Small signal model of a diodeDownload
12Two port nonlinearityDownload
13Small signal equivalent of a two port networkDownload
14Small signal equivalent circuit of a two port networkDownload
15Gain of a two port networkDownload
16Constraints on small signal parameters to maximize the gainDownload
17Constraints on large signal characteristics to maximize the gainDownload
18Implications of constraints in terms of the circuit equivalentDownload
19MOS transistor-descriptionDownload
20MOS transistor large signal characteristicsDownload
21MOS transistor large signal characteristics-graphical viewDownload
22MOS transistor small signal characteristicsDownload
23Linear (Triode) region of the MOS transistorDownload
24Small signal amplifier using the MOS transistorDownload
25Basic amplifier structureDownload
26Problems with the basic structureDownload
27Adding bias and signal-ac couplingDownload
28Common source amplifier with biasingDownload
29Common source amplifier: Small signal equivalent circuitDownload
30Common source amplifier analysis: Effect of biasing componentsDownload
31Constraint on the input coupling capacitorDownload
32Constraint on the output coupling capacitorDownload
33Dependence of ID on VDSDownload
34Small signal output conductance of a MOS transistorDownload
35Effect of gds on a common source amplifier; Inherent gain limit of a transistorDownload
36Variation gm with transistor parametersDownload
37Variation of gm with constant VGS and constant drain current biasDownload
38Negative feedback control for constant drain current biasDownload
39Types of feedback for constant drain current biasDownload
40Sense at the drain and feedback to the gate-Drain feedbackDownload
41Intuitive explanation of low sensitivity with drain feedbackDownload
42Common source amplifier with drain feedback biasDownload
43Constraint on the gate bias resistorDownload
44Constraint on the input coupling capacitor Download
45Constraint on the output coupling capacitor Download
46Input and output resistances of the common source amplifier with constant VGS biasDownload
47Current mirrorDownload
48Common souce amplifier with current mirror biasDownload
49Constraint on coupling capacitors and bias resistanceDownload
50Diode connected transistorDownload
51Source feedback biasingDownload
52Common source amplifier with source feedback biasDownload
53Constraints on capacitor valuesDownload
54Sensing at the drain and feeding back to the sourceDownload
55Sensing at the source and feeding back to the gateDownload
56Ensuring that transistor is in saturationDownload
57Using a resistor instead of current source for biasingDownload
58Controlled sources using a MOS transistor-IntroductionDownload
59Voltage controlled voltage sourceDownload
60VCVS using a MOS transistorDownload
61VCVS using a MOS transistor-Small signal pictureDownload
62VCVS using a MOS transistor-Complete circuitDownload
63Source follower: Effect of output conductance; Constraints on coupling capacitorsDownload
64VCCS using a MOS transistorDownload
65VCCS using a MOS transistor: Small signal pictureDownload
66VCCS using a MOS transistor: Complete circuitDownload
67VCCS using a MOS transistor: AC coupling the outputDownload
68Source degenrated CS amplifierDownload
69CCCS using a MOS transistorDownload
70CCCS using a MOS transistor: Small signal pictureDownload
71CCCS using a MOS transistor: Complete circuitDownload
72CCVS using a MOS transistorDownload
73CCVS using a MOS transistor: GainDownload
74CCVS using a MOS transistor: Input and output resistancesDownload
75CCVS using a MOS transistor: Complete circuitDownload
76VCVS using an opampDownload
77CCVS using an opampDownload
78Negative feedback and virtual short in an opampDownload
79Negative feedback and virtual short in a transistorDownload
80Constraints on controlled sources using opamps and transistorsDownload
81Quick tour of amplifying devicesDownload
82Signal swing limits in amplifiersDownload
83Swing limit due to transistor entering triode regionDownload
84Swing limit due to transistor entering cutoff regionDownload
85Swing limit calculation exampleDownload
86Swing limits-more calculationsDownload
87pMOS transistorDownload
88Small signal model of the pMOS transistorDownload
89Common source amplifier using the pMOS transistorDownload
90Swing limits of the pMOS common source amplifierDownload
91Biasing a pMOS transistor at a constant current; pMOS current mirrorDownload
92Converting nMOS transistor circuits to pMOSDownload
93Bias current generationDownload
94Examples of more than one transistor in feedbackDownload
95Gain limitation in a common source amplifier with resistive loadNot Available
96nMOS active load for pMOS common source amplifierNot Available
97CMOS inverterNot Available
98Large signal characteristics of pMOS CS amplifier with nMOS active loadNot Available
99Large signal characteristics of nMOS CS amplifier with pMOS active loadNot Available
100Large signal characteristics of a CMOS inverterNot Available
101Active load amplifiers as digital gatesNot Available
102Sensitivity of output bias to input bias in a CMOS inverterNot Available
103Self biasing a CMOS inverterNot Available
104An application of self biased invertersNot Available
105Current consumption of a self-biased inverter; Current biasingNot Available
106Amplifying a difference signal; Differential pairNot Available
107Differential pair-small signal basicsNot Available
108Biasing a differential pairNot Available
109Differential pair with differential excitationNot Available
110Differential pair with a current mirror loadNot Available
111Differential pair with a current mirror load-operating pointNot Available
112Differential pair with a current mirror load-Norton equivalent currentNot Available
113Differential pair with a current mirror load-Norton equivalent resistanceNot Available
114Common mode gainNot Available
115Single stage opampNot Available
116Single stage opamp: Input common mode swing limitsNot Available
117Single stage opamp: Output swing limitsNot Available
118Which transistor type to use for the second stage?Not Available
119Small signal gainNot Available
120DC negative feedback biasing of all stagesNot Available
121DC negative feedback biasing of all stages, cont'dNot Available
122Small signal model Not Available
123Swing limits Not Available
124Systematic offset; How to eliminate itNot Available
125Bipolar junction transistor(BJT): Large signal modelNot Available
126BJT model for calculating operating pointsNot Available
127BJT small signal modelNot Available
128Biasing a BJTNot Available
129Biasing a BJT, cont'dNot Available
130Amplifiers using BJTsNot Available
131PNP transistorNot Available


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