Basics of diodes - a problem solving approach

Semiconductor pn junction diode solved problems
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3,635 students
Basics of diodes - a problem solving approach
Rating: 3.6 out of 5 (41 ratings)
3,635 students
How to solve problems on diode circuits
Characteristics of diode and applications

Requirements

  • You should know at least what is a semiconductor pn junction diode

Description

hi students,

We all study semiconductor diodes as a basic course in electronics .

Here in this lecture series we choose some basic problems from renowned textbooks and fully solved them to get an idea how a diode acts as a switch or clipper clamper or rectifier .

These problems are selected from the following text books

1.microelectronics by Sedra and smith

2.electronic devices and circuits by Robert l boylsted 

3.microelectronics by Donald a neamen etc


You can these videos are video solution manual on diode chapters of these books


We will release all chapters solutions in upcoming video series.


Thank you.

Who this course is for:

  • Electrical engineering,basic circuit analysis ,physics
  • Students who are using following books for their graduation
  • Microelectronics by Sedra and smith
  • Microelectronics by donald a neamen
  • Electronic circuit analysis by Robert l boylsted

Course content

2 sections • 25 lectures • 3h 6m total length
  • Introduction
    07:45

Instructor

an engineer with passion for teaching
bhavani chindham
  • 3.6 Instructor Rating
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hi friends and students ............

i have a 10 years of teaching experience  of various subjects in electronics and communication engineering.

i had earlier worked for chegg as a tutor and helped many students world wide .

here i am providing a variety of courses on various electrical engineering topics with a problem solving approach.

with my lucid style of teaching i hope a student can easily understand the problem related to topic and attempt for a solution on various topics that i teach.


thank you.