NOC:Analog Circuits Video Lectures

NOC:Analog Circuits
'NOC:Analog Circuits' Video Lectures by Dr. Nagendra Krishnapura from IIT Madras
"NOC:Analog Circuits" - Video Lectures
1. Introduction to the course
2. Obtaining power gain
3. Obtaining power gain using a linear two port?
4. One port(two terminal) nonlinear element
5. Nonlinear circuit analysis
6. Small signal incremental analysis-graphical view
7. Small signal incremental analysis
8. Incremental equivalent circuit
9. Large signal characteristics of a diode
10. Analysis of diode circuits
11. Small signal model of a diode
12. Two port nonlinearity
13. Small signal equivalent of a two port network
14. Small signal equivalent circuit of a two port network
15. Gain of a two port network
16. Constraints on small signal parameters to maximize the gain
17. Constraints on large signal characteristics to maximize the gain
18. Implications of constraints in terms of the circuit equivalent
19. MOS transistor-description
20. MOS transistor large signal characteristics
21. MOS transistor large signal characteristics-graphical view
22. MOS transistor small signal characteristics
23. Linear (Triode) region of the MOS transistor
24. Small signal amplifier using the MOS transistor
25. Basic amplifier structure
26. Problems with the basic structure
27. Adding bias and signal-ac coupling
28. Common source amplifier with biasing
29. Common source amplifier: Small signal equivalent circuit
30. Common source amplifier analysis: Effect of biasing components
31. Constraint on the input coupling capacitor
32. Constraint on the output coupling capacitor
33. Dependence of Id on Vds
34. Small signal output conductance of a MOS TRANSISTOR
35. Effect of gds on a common source amplifier, Inherent gain limit of a Transistor
36. Variation of gm with transistors parameters
37. Variation of gm with constant Vgs and constant drain current bias
38. Negative feedback control for constant drain current bias
39. Types of feedback for constant drain current bias
40. Sense at the drain and feedback to the gate-Drain feedback
41. Intuitive explanation of low sensitivity with drain feedback
42. Common source amplifier with drain feedback bias
43. Constraint on the gate bias resistor
44. Constraint on the input coupling capacitor.
45. Constraint on the output coupling capacitor.
46. Input and output resistances of the common source amplifier with constant VGS bias
47. Current mirror
48. Common souce amplifier with current mirror bias
49. Constraint on coupling capacitors and bias resistance
50. Diode connected transistor
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