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The notes are divided into many different units.The particular units covers following topics:-
Introduction to Electronics Engineering
Semiconductor Diodes and Applications: P-N Junction Diode, Characteristics, and parameters of diodes, Diode approximations, DC load line analysis, Half wave rectifier, a Capacitor filter circuit, Zener Diode voltage regulators, Regulator circuit with no load, Loaded Regulator, etc.
Bipolar Junction Transistors: BJT Operations, BJT Voltage and currents, BJT amplifications, Common base, common emitter and common collector characteristics, etc.
BJT Biasing: DC Load Line and Bias Point, Voltage divider bias, etc.
Introduction to Operational Amplifiers: Ideal OP-AMP, Inverting and non-inverting OP-AMP circuits, OP-AMP Applications: Voltage Follower, Addition, subtraction, integration, differentiation, etc.
Digital Electronics: Switching and Logic levels, Digital Waveforms, Number Systems, Digital Circuits, etc.
Flip Flops: Introduction to Flip-flops, NAND gate latch/NOR gate latch, RS FLip flop, Gated flip-flops, Clocked RS flip-flops.
MicroControllers: Introduction to micro-controllers, 8051 microcontrollers, architecture and an example of microcontroller based Stepper motor control system.
Communication Systems: Introduction and elements of communication systems, Modulation: Amplitude Modulation, Spectrum power, AM Detection(Demodulation), Frequency and phase modulation, Amplitude and phase modulation : Comparision.
Transducers: Passive electrical transducers, Resistive transducers, Resistance Thermometric Thermistor, Linear variable differential Transformers(LVDT), Active Electrical transducers, Piezoelectric transducers, Photoelectric transducers.
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