Foundation Course on Analog Electronics
What you'll learn
- Learn to analyse analog signals, and circuits
- Learn how to apply mathematical treatment to obtain the the DC and frequency response of the circuits
- Design circuits such as amplifiers, filters, and instrumentation ampifier
- Grow skills, knowledge and enhance carrier propspective
- This course provides a foundation to analyse and design advanced concepts and circuits in the analog world
- Genearl knowledge in electronics is desirable but not essential
- basic analytical skills
Analog devices, circuits, and sub-systems are the primary parts of discrete and integrated electronics. In many fields, such as optical, communication, audio engineering, or Microelectromechanical systems (MEMS), analog devices and circuits are primarily used as front-end signal conditioners such as pre-amplifier, filters, timers, etc.
Grow your skills by learning this in-demand course on analog electronics. I am releasing the first part of this course, for graduate students in engineering, science, and technology, with a major in electronic/electrical mechatronics/instrumentation/bioelectronics, and other relevant disciplines.
Learn through these video manuscripts how to analyze, simplify and design basic as well as advanced analog circuits.
This course has been divided into small length and distinct modules to learn at your own pace.
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This course describes the fundamentals of analog circuit analysis and design. The course starts with the basics of analog signals and elementary circuits. This is then followed by the advanced analysis of the circuits that involve, amplifiers, filters (active and passive), operational amplifiers, and instrumentation amplifiers. The advantages and drawbacks of each of the circuits in each of the chapters are given, followed by the methods of modifications in the circuits. Most importantly, a mathematical analysis at each step in analyzing the circuits is given to obtain, for instance, the transfer function (magnitude and phase response of the circuit as a function of frequency.
Wish you happy learning
Vinayak Pachkawade, PhD
Senior Member, IEEE
Member, IEEE Instrumentation and Measurement Society
Who this course is for:
- Undergraduate and Graduate students in engineering with major in Electronics/Electrical/Microelectronics/Mechatronics/Instrumentation/bio-electronics and other relevant disciplines
- Engineers and technicians from the electronic design industry
- professionals who wish to revise the concepts in analog design
Dr. Vinayak Pachkawade (Senior Member, IEEE, and Member of IEEE Instrumentation & Measurement Society) received the B.E. (Hons.) degree in electronics engineering from Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathwada University, Nanded, India, in 2002, the M.S. degree in Nanoengineering and Microsystems from National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan, in 2012, and the Ph.D. degree from the University of Liege, Belgium, in 2020. From 2002 to 2010, he worked as a Researcher, a Teaching Assistant, and/or a Lecturer of Electronic Engineering at different institutes in India, including the Visvesvaraya National Institute of Technology (VNIT). In 2015, he worked at VNIT as a Visiting Engineer, and also as a Technical Consultant with SM Wireless Private Limited, India, where he provided design and managerial services for RF integrated circuits (ICs) projects. From 2015 to 2020, he worked as a Researcher with the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, University of Liege, where he worked on the micro-resonator design and fabrication for ultra-precise sensing applications. He currently works as an Independent Researcher in sensing systems and microelectronics. His current research interests include numerical and system-level models of micro-transducers and sensors, their development using state-of-the-art microfabrication techniques, and integration into mainstream electronics. He has received the Best Paper Award (First Prize) at IEEE Sensors, Taipei, Taiwan, in 2012. He was also appointed as an Expert Proposal Reviewer, Ontario Research Grant, Canada, in 2014. He is an invited Reviewer of the IEEE Sensors Journal and Conference, International Journal of Mechanical Sciences, Elsevier. He has contributed to a book chapter on MEMS-Based Biosensors.