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Electronics and Communication Engineering Preparation

About Course

This Refresher Course helps aspiring candidates to recapitulate and improve their fundamental knowledge on various subjects pertaining to Electronics and Communication Engineering.

It covers the relevant topics under the academic curriculum for Graduate and Diploma level Engineering, where video lectures from world class institutions e.g. IITs, IISc etc. have been facilitated for dissemination of knowledge.

What Will You Learn?

  • Circuits and Systems
  • Electronics Devices
  • Electromagnetics
  • Control and Communications

Course Content

Networks, Signals and Systems

  • Network Analysis
    20:39
  • Introduction: KVL, KCL and Power Balance
    29:43
  • Voltage and Current Sources
    37:15
  • Simple Networks with Voltage and Current Sources
    36:11
  • Mesh Analysis – I
    39:09
  • Mesh Analysis – II
    30:33
  • Nodal Analysis – I
    34:49
  • Nodal Analysis – II
    34:21
  • Nodal Analysis – III
    31:41
  • Inductor – I
    37:13
  • Initial Condition for Inductor
    33:23
  • Energy Stored in Inductor with Example
    32:14
  • R-L Series Circuit Analysis
    32:49
  • Retrieving Energy or Discharging of Inductor Energy
    39:41
  • Capacitor: Relationship of Voltage and Current and Initial Condition
    34:05
  • Charging of a Capacitor – Voltage, Current and Energy During Charging
    38:02
  • Discharge of a Charged Capacitor
    34:57
  • Linearity of R, L, C – Inductor with Initial Current and Capacitor with Initial Voltage
    34:39
  • General Method for Solving Linear Differential Equation – I
    39:39
  • General Method for Solving Linear Differential Equation – II
    33:59
  • General Method for Solving Linear Differential Equation – III
    37:50
  • Problem Solving: Application
    40:06
  • R – L Circuit with Sinusoidal Excitation
    42:40
  • R – C Circuit with Sinusoidal Exponential
    32:57
  • Solution Due to Exponential Forcing Function
    47:14
  • Mesh and Nodal Analysis with Time Varying Source
    32:06
  • Circuit Analysis with Phasor – I
    34:46
  • Circuit Analysis with Phasor – II
    29:57
  • Circuit Analysis with Phasor – III
    39:44
  • Concept of Active and Reactive Power in A.C Circuit – I
    32:52
  • Concept of Active and Reactive Power in A.C Circuit – II
    35:34
  • Expression for Complex Power in A.C Circuit
    34:27
  • Numerical Example
    38:38
  • Mesh and Nodal Analysis in A.C Circuit, Introduction to Impulse Function
    43:29
  • Odd and Even Functions, Relation between Unit Step and Impulse Function
    49:01
  • Solution of Differential Equation with Impulse Excitation
    35:24
  • Numerical Example when Excitation is Impulse
    36:16
  • Self and Mutual Inductances – I
    30:05
  • Dot Convention in Mutually Coupled Coils
    33:18
  • Mutually Coupled Coils in Series and Parallel
    34:58
  • Energy Stored in Mutually Coupled Coils
    34:40
  • Steady State Response with Sinusoidal Excitation when the Coils are Mutually Coupled
    42:00
  • Basics of Signals in Brief
    33:05
  • Laplace Transform – I
    43:25
  • Laplace Transform – II
    38:44
  • Laplace Transform Applied to Circuit Analysis – I
    35:27
  • Numerical Examples – I
    35:06
  • Numerical Examples – II
    37:54
  • General Second Order Circuit Analysis with L.T – I
    32:24
  • General Second Order Circuit Analysis with L.T – II
    39:37
  • Network Theorem – I
    32:53
  • Network Theorem – II
    35:47
  • Norton’s Theorem
    30:42
  • Thevenin Theorem
    32:13
  • Star-Delta and Delta-Star Transformation
    34:51
  • Telligen’s Theorem
    35:17
  • Reciprocity Theorem
    35:09
  • Maximum Power Transfer Theorem
    28:55
  • Graph Theory Applied to Network Analysis – I
    34:28
  • Graph Theory Applied to Network Analysis – II
    32:10
  • Graph Theory Applied to Network Analysis – III
    34:31
  • Graph Theory Applied to Network Analysis – IV
    36:32
  • Graph Theory Applied to Network Analysis – V
    38:27
  • Mesh Analysis with Graph Theory
    38:42
  • Nodal Analysis with Graph Theory
    26:49
  • Cut-Set Analysis with Graph Theory
    32:47
  • Numerical Examples of Network Analysis with Graph Theory
    34:43
  • Circuit Analysis with Dependent Sources – I
    30:31
  • Circuit Analysis with Dependent Sources – II
    38:34
  • Circuit Analysis with Dependent Sources – III
    39:56
  • Two Port Network – I
    34:04
  • Two Port Network – II
    36:08
  • Two Port Network – III
    36:48
  • Two Port Network – IV
    34:08
  • Two Port Network – V
    34:37
  • Two Port Network – VI
    39:46
  • Two Port Network – VII
    32:56
  • Gyrator
    35:10
  • Ideal Op – Amp
    40:37
  • Examples of Ideal Op-Amp Circuits – I
    33:20
  • Examples of Ideal Op-Amp Circuits – II
    36:09
  • General Impedance Transfer Circuit and Concluding Remarks
    41:44

Electronic Devices

Analog Circuits

Digital Circuits

Electromagnetics

Control Systems

Communications

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