MP4 | Video: h264, 1280×720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch
Genre: eLearning | Language: English + srt | Duration: 39 lectures (4h 52m) | Size: 773.4 MB
New Dimension to look at Analog circuits( Single stage /Cascode / Cascade ). Tips and tricks to solve complex circuits
What you’ll learn:
Designing of Amplifiers in most intuitive way possible
Quick Mental calculation for Complex Circuits
Modelling of complex circuits into simpler part and analysis.
Quick way to find Input/Output Resistance of a circuit
Finding equivalent GM of a circuit
Significance and role of deign parameters : gm , rds , ids , VGS-VTH , etc
Single Stage /Cascade and Cascode Amplifiers and their significance : Common Source , Common Drain , Common Gate , Cascade : CS-CS , CG-CG. Cascode : CS-CG
Open mind to explore new learning in Analog circuits
Simple application of KVL and KCL
MOSFET : Analog design view point. ( Refer to our course : MOSFET : Foundation course for Analog Circuit Design)
MOSFET : Structure , Region of operation , VTH equations, IDS equations ( A short review will be done in the course )
Some understanding of Small signal modelling ( Review will be done in the course)
Analog Circuit Design is a course mostly designed for learners at all level.
Circuit design can be complex and the only way to simply it is to break it down( Divide and conquer ) .
The idea of the course is mostly to build intuition and create memory/mental models for circuits. We believe that , the intuition we create about circuits gives the power to design/analyze and solve circuits.
The focus in this course is purely on Amplifiers : Single Stage and Multistage( Cascode and Cascade)
Some practical aspects will also be discussed which will be beneficial for Students / Beginners in Analog circuit design.
Few quick analysis techniques will be discussed . For example : Quick GM calculations , Input / Output resistance calculation , Voltage budgeting for a given supply , high impedance nodes , gm reduction and increase techniques , etc
Case studies on some important circuit configuration will be discussed in detail. In each case study we will concentrate on deriving the Gain, GM and RO without using complex equation.
Please note that, this course is not designed for experts but for beginners/Students and early design engineers.
Experts or experienced engineers can review this course and refresh your design concepts.
I look forward to welcome you to this course and explore new dimension to look at circuits. Happy Learning .
Who this course is for
Beginners in Analog circuit Design
Students who want to make career in Analog circuit Design or Work on Projects
Working professionals who want to build good understanding on Amplifiers ( Not recommended for Experts )
If you are someone with good expertise ,this course can be a good review to refresh your understanding