Mathematical analysis and design of transistor circuits.
18 Mar 2015 to 18 Apr 2015
We will study the graph theoretical, algebraic and differential equation basis of circuit theory. From these, we will study how to analyse complex linear and non-linear circuits. The presentation will focus on electronic circuits involving bipolar transistors. But the mathematics presented applies to any very diverse situations including those in structural engineering, fluid flow, chemical engineering and so forth.
Lecturers: Udayan Kanade & Tanmay Bichu.
Venue: Noumenon Multiphysics.
List of Lectures:
|17 Mar 2015||Graph model of circuit, degrees of freedom|
|18 Mar 2015||Circuit reductions|
|19 Mar 2015||Diode; load line; perturbative (small signal) analysis|
|20 Mar 2015||Hybrid parameter model theorem|
|23 Mar 2015||Thevenin, Norton; Calculus of hybrid models|
|24 Mar 2015||Bipolar junction transistor — Ebers-Moll, hybrid (linearization)|
|25 Mar 2015||BJT common emitter amplifier|
|31 Mar 2015||Biasing; temperature stabilization|
|01 Apr 2015||Voltage divider biasing; common collector amplifier|
|06 Apr 2015||Common base amplifier; cascade|
|07 Apr 2015||Feedback circuits|
|13 Apr 2015||Differential amplifier|
|14 Apr 2015||Applications of op-amps|
|15 Apr 2015||Applications of op-amps|
|16 Apr 2015||Power amplifiers — class A|
|17 Apr 2015||class B, push-pull, class AB, Darlington pair|
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