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1Introduction to the course English(PDF)|Bengali(PDF)
2Obtaining power gain English(PDF)|Bengali(PDF)
3Obtaining power gain using a linear two port? English(PDF)|Bengali(PDF)
4One port(two terminal) nonlinear element English(PDF)|Bengali(PDF)
5Nonlinear circuit analysis English(PDF)|Bengali(PDF)
6Small signal incremental analysis-graphical view English(PDF)|Bengali(PDF)
7Small signal incremental analysis English(PDF)|Bengali(PDF)
8Incremental equivalent circuit English(PDF)|Bengali(PDF)
9Large signal characteristics of a diode English(PDF)|Bengali(PDF)
10Analysis of diode circuits English(PDF)|Bengali(PDF)
11Small signal model of a diode English(PDF)|Bengali(PDF)
12Two port nonlinearity English(PDF)|Bengali(PDF)
13Small signal equivalent of a two port network English(PDF)|Bengali(PDF)
14Small signal equivalent circuit of a two port network English(PDF)|Bengali(PDF)
15Gain of a two port network English(PDF)|Bengali(PDF)
16Constraints on small signal parameters to maximize the gain English(PDF)|Bengali(PDF)
17Constraints on large signal characteristics to maximize the gain English(PDF)|Bengali(PDF)
18Implications of constraints in terms of the circuit equivalent English(PDF)|Bengali(PDF)
19MOS transistor-description English(PDF)|Bengali(PDF)
20MOS transistor large signal characteristics English(PDF)|Bengali(PDF)
21MOS transistor large signal characteristics-graphical view English(PDF)|Bengali(PDF)
22MOS transistor small signal characteristics English(PDF)|Bengali(PDF)
23Linear (Triode) region of the MOS transistor English(PDF)|Bengali(PDF)
24Small signal amplifier using the MOS transistor English(PDF)|Bengali(PDF)
25Basic amplifier structure English(PDF)|Bengali(PDF)
26Problems with the basic structure English(PDF)|Bengali(PDF)
27Adding bias and signal-ac coupling English(PDF)|Bengali(PDF)
28Common source amplifier with biasing English(PDF)|Bengali(PDF)
29Common source amplifier: Small signal equivalent circuit English(PDF)|Bengali(PDF)
30Common source amplifier analysis: Effect of biasing components English(PDF)|Bengali(PDF)
31Constraint on the input coupling capacitor English(PDF)|Bengali(PDF)
32Constraint on the output coupling capacitor English(PDF)|Bengali(PDF)
33Dependence of Id on Vds English(PDF)|Bengali(PDF)
34Small signal output conductance of a MOS TRANSISTOR English(PDF)|Bengali(PDF)
35Effect of gds on a common source amplifier, Inherent gain limit of a Transistor English(PDF)|Bengali(PDF)
36Variation of gm with transistors parameters English(PDF)|Bengali(PDF)
37Variation of gm with constant Vgs and constant drain current bias English(PDF)|Bengali(PDF)
38Negative feedback control for constant drain current bias English(PDF)|Bengali(PDF)
39Types of feedback for constant drain current bias English(PDF)|Bengali(PDF)
40Sense at the drain and feedback to the gate-Drain feedback English(PDF)|Bengali(PDF)
41Intuitive explanation of low sensitivity with drain feedback English(PDF)|Bengali(PDF)
42Common source amplifier with drain feedback bias English(PDF)|Bengali(PDF)
43Constraint on the gate bias resistor English(PDF)|Bengali(PDF)
44Constraint on the input coupling capacitor. English(PDF)|Bengali(PDF)
45Constraint on the output coupling capacitor. English(PDF)|Bengali(PDF)
46Input and output resistances of the common source amplifier with constant VGS bias English(PDF)|Bengali(PDF)
47Current mirror English(PDF)|Bengali(PDF)
48Common souce amplifier with current mirror bias English(PDF)|Bengali(PDF)
49Constraint on coupling capacitors and bias resistance English(PDF)|Bengali(PDF)
50Diode connected transistor English(PDF)|Bengali(PDF)
51Source feedback biasing English(PDF)|Bengali(PDF)
52Common source amplifier with source feedback bias English(PDF)|Bengali(PDF)
53Constraints on capacitor values English(PDF)|Bengali(PDF)
54Sensing at the drain and feeding back to the source English(PDF)|Bengali(PDF)
55Sensing at the source and feeding back to the gate English(PDF)|Bengali(PDF)
56Ensuring that transistor is in saturation English(PDF)|Bengali(PDF)
57Using a resistor instead of current source for biasing English(PDF)|Bengali(PDF)
58Quick tour of amplifying devices English(PDF)|Bengali(PDF)
59Controlled sources using a MOS transistor-Introduction English(PDF)|Bengali(PDF)
60Voltage controlled voltage source English(PDF)|Bengali(PDF)
61VCVS using a MOS transistor English(PDF)|Bengali(PDF)
62VCVS using a MOS transistor-Small signal picture English(PDF)|Bengali(PDF)
63VCVS using a MOS transistor-Complete circuit English(PDF)|Bengali(PDF)
64Source follower: Effect of output conductance; Constraints on coupling capacitors English(PDF)|Bengali(PDF)
65VCCS using a MOS transistor English(PDF)|Bengali(PDF)
66VCCS using a MOS transistor: Small signal picture English(PDF)|Bengali(PDF)
67VCCS using a MOS transistor: Complete circuit English(PDF)|Bengali(PDF)
68VCCS using a MOS transistor: AC coupling the output English(PDF)|Bengali(PDF)
69Source degenrated CS amplifier English(PDF)|Bengali(PDF)
70CCCS using a MOS transistor English(PDF)|Bengali(PDF)
71CCCS using a MOS transistor: Small signal picture English(PDF)|Bengali(PDF)
72CCCS using a MOS transistor: Complete circuit English(PDF)|Bengali(PDF)
73CCVS using a MOS transistor English(PDF)|Bengali(PDF)
74CCVS using a MOS transistor: Gain English(PDF)|Bengali(PDF)
75CCVS using a MOS transistor: Input and output resistances English(PDF)|Bengali(PDF)
76CCVS using a MOS transistor: Complete circuit English(PDF)|Bengali(PDF)
77VCVS using an opamp English(PDF)|Bengali(PDF)
78CCVS using an opamp English(PDF)|Bengali(PDF)
79Negative feedback and virtual short in an opamp English(PDF)|Bengali(PDF)
80Negative feedback and virtual short in a transistor English(PDF)|Bengali(PDF)
81Constraints on controlled sources using opamps and transistors English(PDF)|Bengali(PDF)
82Summary of basic amplifiers English(PDF)|Bengali(PDF)
83Signal swing limits in amplifiers English(PDF)|Bengali(PDF)
84Swing limit due to transistor entering triode region English(PDF)|Bengali(PDF)
85Swing limit due to transistor entering cutoff region English(PDF)|Bengali(PDF)
86Swing limit calculation example English(PDF)|Bengali(PDF)
87Swing limits - more calculations English(PDF)|Bengali(PDF)
88pMOS transistor English(PDF)|Bengali(PDF)
89Small signal model of the pMOS transistor English(PDF)|Bengali(PDF)
90Common source amplifier using the pMOS transistor English(PDF)|Bengali(PDF)
91Swing limits of the pMOS common source amplifier English(PDF)|Bengali(PDF)
92Biasing a pMOS transistor at a constant current; pMOS current mirror English(PDF)|Bengali(PDF)
93Converting nMOS transistor circuits to pMOS English(PDF)|Bengali(PDF)
94Bias current generation English(PDF)|Bengali(PDF)
95Examples of more than one transistor in feedback English(PDF)|Bengali(PDF)
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