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1Bipolar Junction Transistor : Physical structure and Modes of OperationDownloadPDF unavailable
2Bipolar Junction Transistor : Modes of operation-IDownloadPDF unavailable
3Bipolar Junction Transistor : Modes of operation - IIDownloadPDF unavailable
4BJT Operation in active mode Circuit symbol and conventions -IDownloadPDF unavailable
5BJT Operation in active mode Circuit symbol and conventions - IIDownloadPDF unavailable
6BJT as an amplifier ,small circuit model-IDownloadDownload
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7BJT as an amplifier small circuit model-IIDownloadDownload
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8BJT Small Signal Circuit Model-IDownloadDownload
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9BJT Small Signal Circuit Model - IIDownloadDownload
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10BJT as a switch and Ebers Moll ModelDownloadDownload
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11Simple BJT Inverter and second order effectsDownloadPDF unavailable
12BJT Second order effects - IDownloadPDF unavailable
13BJT Second order effects-IIDownloadPDF unavailable
14MOS Transistor basics-IDownloadPDF unavailable
15MOS Transistor basics-IIDownloadPDF unavailable
16MOS Transistor basics-IIIDownloadPDF unavailable
17MOS Parasitic and SPICE ModelDownloadPDF unavailable
18CMOS Inverter Basics -IDownloadPDF unavailable
19CMOS Inverter Basics-IIDownloadPDF unavailable
20CMOS Inverter Basics-IIIDownloadPDF unavailable
21Power Analysis -I DownloadPDF unavailable
22Logical Efforts-IDownloadPDF unavailable
23Fabrication-Process-IDownloadPDF unavailable
24Fabrication-Process-IIDownloadPDF unavailable
25Biasing of Amplifier and its behaviour as an Analog switch-IDownloadPDF unavailable
26Biasing of Amplifier and its behaviour as an Analog switch-II DownloadPDF unavailable
27Biasing of Amplifier and its behaviour as an Analog switch-IIIDownloadPDF unavailable
28CMOS CS/CG /CD Amplifier ConfigurationDownloadPDF unavailable
29CMOS CG/CD Amplifier ConfigurationDownloadPDF unavailable
30Internal CAP Models and high frequency Modelling-IDownloadPDF unavailable
31Internal CAP Models and high frequency Modelling-IIDownloadPDF unavailable
32JFET, Structure and Operation DownloadPDF unavailable
33Multistage and Differential Amplifier-IDownloadPDF unavailable
34Multistage and Differential Amplifier-II DownloadPDF unavailable
35MOS Differential Amplifier-IDownloadPDF unavailable
36MOS Differential Amplifier-IIDownloadPDF unavailable
37Small signal operation and Differential Amplifiers-IDownloadPDF unavailable
38Small signal operation and Differential Amplifiers-II DownloadPDF unavailable
39Multistage Amplifier with SPICE Simulation DownloadPDF unavailable
40S-Domain Analysis, Transfer Function ,Poles and Zeros-IDownloadPDF unavailable
41S-Domain Analysis, Transfer Function ,Poles and Zeros-II DownloadPDF unavailable
42High Frequency response of CS and CE Amplifier DownloadPDF unavailable
43High Frequency response of CC and SF Configuration DownloadPDF unavailable
44Frequency response of Differential AmplifierDownloadPDF unavailable
45General Feedback Structure and properties of negative FeedbackDownloadPDF unavailable
46Basic Feedback TopologiesDownloadPDF unavailable
47Design of feedback amplifier for all configurationDownloadPDF unavailable
48Stability and amplifier polesDownloadPDF unavailable
49Bode plots and Frequency PlotDownloadPDF unavailable
50Ideal Operational Amplifier and its terminal DownloadPDF unavailable
51Op-amp as a Integrator and DifferentiatorDownloadPDF unavailable
52Large Signal Operation of Op-amp and second order effectsDownloadPDF unavailable
53Combinational logic design -IDownloadPDF unavailable
54Combinational logic design -IIDownloadPDF unavailable
55Combinational logic design-IIIDownloadPDF unavailable
56Combinational logic design-IVDownloadPDF unavailable
57Sequential logic design-IDownloadPDF unavailable
58Clocking strategies For Sequential design -IDownloadPDF unavailable
59Clocking strategies For Sequential design -II DownloadPDF unavailable
60Memory DesignDownloadPDF unavailable