Analog Electronics Design & Simulate BJT Circuits on PROTEUS

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Analog Electronics Design & Simulate BJT Circuits on PROTEUS Description

Before enrolling in the course I expect that you must be having a good idea about current electricity, semiconductors, diodes, capacitors, etc. If you don't have any idea about it then you can enroll in the Mastering Analog Circuit Design: Diode & Capacitor Fundamentals which deal with all these concepts in depth. 

Do you know that your smartphone has millions and billions of transistors but I'm damn sure you don't what is their significance or how they work?

To take ECG from the heart, along with an electrode you will require signal conditioning circuits which will enhance the overall signal,

In various low-end applications, you need to control the motor and this is generally done by transistors,

To amplify the signal amplifier is required,

In your smartphone, lots of logic gates are present that switch on and off very quickly to carry out certain tasks and all of these things are done by Transistor. Thus this course is highly recommended for Biomedical, Electrical, Electronics, Instrumentation, and Robotic engineering students.

@ Roadmap:-

1. Importance of Transistor

2. Definition of Transistor

3. Types of Transistors

4. Understanding the basics of BJT transistors.

5. Types of BJT transistors

6. Why NPN is preferred over PNP

7. Why area of the collector region is greater than the emitter region?

8. Characteristics of BJT

9. What is biasing and the need for biasing transistors?

10. Different biasing techniques of transistors

11. Stability factor

12. Numericals + Simulation of circuits on proteus software

13. BJT as a switch

14. BJT as an amplifier

15. 3-Mini projects


Course Content

course-lock Lec-1-Introduction course-lock Lec-2-Importance Or Application Of Transistors course-lock Lec-3-Definition Of Transistors course-lock Lec-4-Types Of Transistors course-lock Lec-5-Symbol And Construction Of Bjt Transistor course-lock Lec-6-Why The Area Of Collector Region Is Greater Than The Emitter Region course-lock Lec-7-Why Npn Transistor Is Preferred Over Pnp course-lock Lec-8-Recognizing Terminals Of Bjt course-lock Lec-9-Configurations Of Bjt course-lock Lec-10-Understanding The Definition Of Transistor In Depth course-lock Lec-11-Difference Between Ground And Negative Potential In Electronic Circuits course-lock Lec-12-Introduction To Proteus Software course-lock Lec-13-Introduction To Input Characteristic And Understanding Case-1 course-lock Lec-14-Simulating Case-1 On The Proteus Software Plotting The Results On The Graph course-lock Lec-15-Input Characteristic And Understanding Case-2 course-lock Lec-16-Simulating Case-2 On The Proteus Software Plotting The Results On The Graph course-lock Lec-17-Introduction To Output Characteristic And Understanding Case-1 course-lock Lec-18-Simulating Case-1 On The Proteus Software Plotting The Results On The Graph course-lock Lec-19-Understanding And Simulating Case-2 On The Proteus Software course-lock Lec-20-Understanding The Concept Of The Current Gain course-lock Lec-21-Understanding How Bjt Can Be Operated In Saturation, Cutoff And Active Region course-lock Lec-22-What Is Biasing course-lock Lec-23-Understand The Concept Of Load-Line And Q-Point course-lock Lec-24-Why Transistors Are Biased course-lock Lec-25-Fixed Biasing Technique course-lock Lec-26-Modified Fixed Bias course-lock Lec-27-Collector To Base Bias And Understanding Why It Is Known As A Self Bias Circuit course-lock Lec-28-Voltage Divider Bias Technique course-lock Lec-29-Why Voltage Divider Bias Is Known As Self Bias Circuit course-lock Lec-30-Why There Is 180 Degree Phase Shift Between Input And Output Signal Of Bjt course-lock Lec-31-Definition Of Stability Factor course-lock Lec-32-Derivation Of Stability Factor course-lock Lec-33-Stability Factor For Different Biasing Techniques course-lock Lec-34-Numerical-1 course-lock Lec-35-Numerical-2 course-lock Lec-36-Numerical-3 course-lock Lec-37-Types Of Sources course-lock Lec-38-Independent Ideal And Practical Voltage Source course-lock Lec-39-Independent Ideal And Practical Current Source course-lock Lec-40-Dependent Sources course-lock Lec-41-Numerical - 1 course-lock Lec-42-Numerical - 2 course-lock Lec-43-Numerical - 3 course-lock Lec-44-Major Parameters Required For Designing Any Amplifier course-lock Lec-45-Bjt As 2-Port Network. course-lock Lec-46-Z-Parameter Or Open Circuit Impedance course-lock Lec-47-Y-Parameter Or Short Circuit Admittance Parameter course-lock Lec-48-Abcd-Parameter Or Transmission Parameter course-lock Lec-49-H-Parameter Or Hybrid(Mixed)-Parameter course-lock Lec-50-What Is The Significance Of T-Model Over H-Model course-lock Lec-51-Introduction To R-Pi Model And Its Significance Over H T-Model course-lock Lec-52-Parameters Involved In R-Pi Model course-lock Lec-53-Why Capacitor Is Connected Parallel To Emitter Resistance course-lock Lec-54-Analyzing Ce Amplifier course-lock Lec-55-Dc Analysis course-lock Lec-56-Ac Analysis course-lock Lec-57-What Is Function Generator Oscilloscope course-lock Lec-58-Implementing Simulating Function Generator Oscilloscope On Proteus Software course-lock Lec-59-Understanding The Operation Of Four Voltage Channels Of Oscilloscope course-lock Lec-60-How To Calculate Voltage And Frequency Of Any Signal Using Oscilloscope course-lock Lec-61-Designing Of Ce Amplifier (Part-1) course-lock Lec-62-Designing Of Ce Amplifier (Part-2) course-lock Lec-63-Designing Of Ce Amplifier (Part-3) course-lock Lec-64-Designing Of Ce Amplifier (Part-4) course-lock Lec-65-Designing Of Ce Amplifier (Part-5)

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  • Good Internet Speed (Wifi/3G/4G)
  • Good Quality Earphones / Speakers
  • Basic Understanding of English
  • Dedication & Confidence to clear any exam

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