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Analog signal processing is any type of signal processing conducted on continuous analog signals by some analog means (as opposed to the discrete Digital Signal Processing where the signal processing is carried out by a digital process).

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Course Syllabus
  • Lecture - 1 Introduction
  • Lecture - 2 Diode
  • Lecture - 3 Diode Characteristics
  • Lecture - 4 Rectifier
  • Lecture - 6 Full Wave Rectifier and Peak Detector
  • Lecture - 7 Diode as a GATE
  • Lecture - 8 Analog GATE
  • Lecture - 9 Small Signal Analysis of Diode Circuit
  • Lecture - 10 Zener Regulator and Voltage Regulator
  • Lecture - 11 Varactor Diode
  • Lecture - 12 Amplifiers
  • Lecture - 13 Cascading of Amplifiers
  • Lecture - 14 Cascading of Amplifiers
  • Lecture - 15 h and g Parameters
  • Lecture - 16 Two Port Analysis
  • Lecture - 17 Amplifier Applications
  • Lecture - 18 Frequency Limitations Of An Amplifier
  • Lecture - 19 Distortion In Amplifiers
  • Lecture - 20 Bipolar Junction Transistor
  • Lecture - 21 Transistor (BJT) Inverter
  • Lecture - 22 Transistor Biasing
  • Lecture - 23 Stable Way of Biasing
  • Lecture - 24 Comman Emiter Amplifiers
  • Lecture - 25 Transistor Biasing Using Single Supply
  • Lecture - 26 Metal Oxide Semiconductor
  • Lecture - 27 Construction of a MOSFET
  • Lecture -28 Varieties of MOSFETS and JFETS
  • Lecture - 29 Characteristics of MOSFET
  • Lecture - 30 Cascading Amplifiers
  • Lecture - 31 Cascading (Direct Coupling)
  • Lecture - 32 The Differential Amplifiers
  • Lecture - 33 BJT Differential Amplifiers
  • Lecture - 34 MOSFET Differential Amplifiers
  • Lecture - 35 Cascading Differential Amplifiers
  • Lecture - 36 Current Source and Current Sink
  • Lecture - 37 NMOS Inverters and CMOS Inverters
  • Lecture - 38 Active Components used in Electronics
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