Electronics: AC & DC Analysis of DiodeS
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Electronic circuit Anlysis
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Created by Usman Ali
Last updated 6/2017
English
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Includes:
  • 1.5 hours on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Assignments
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Understand the fundamentals Diode
  • Understand the fundamentals of Diodes Operation Modes
  • Complete Analysis of HALF-WAVE RECTIFIERS
  • Complete Analysis of FULL-WAVE RECTIFIERS
  • Complete Analysis of DIODE LIMITERS AND CLAMPERS
  • TROUBLESHOOTING OF DIODES
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Requirements
  • Fundamental knowledge of Semiconductor
  • Basic knowledge of circuit solving technique(KVL or KCL)
Description

This course is to teach the principle, operation and characteristics of various electronic devices and their applications in electronic circuits. The objective of this course is to understand the concept, working and application of various electronic devices. The students should be able to use these devices for designing different circuits/products such as power supplies, amplifiers, oscillators and analysers.

     
Who is the target audience?
  • Any Fresher Who Wants to Learn AC & DC analysis of Diode
  • Students who are interested to pursue careers in engineering would find the course very beneficial for their future. If you are an electronics enthusiast looking to solidify your basics, just go for it.
  • This course is not for advanced learners of electronics. This is a foundation course.
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Curriculum For This Course
10 Lectures
01:30:09
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AC & DC Analysis of Diode
10 Lectures 01:13:09

When you take a block of silicon and dope part of it with a trivalent impurity and the other part with a pentavalent impurity, a boundary called the pn junction is formed between the   resulting p-type and n-type portions.

Preview 08:15

You will learn how to use a voltage to cause the diode to conduct current in one direction and block it in the other direction.This process is called biasing.

THE DIODE
04:10

As you have learned, forward bias produces current through a diode and reverse bias essentially prevents current, except for a negligible reverse current. Reverse bias prevents current as long as the reverse-bias voltage does not equal or exceed the breakdown voltage of the junction. In this section, we will examine the relationship between the voltage
and the current in a diode on a graphical basis.

VOLTAGE-CURRENT CHARACTERISTIC OF A DIODE
08:40

You have learned that a diode is a pn junction device. In this section, you will learn the
electrical symbol for a diode and how a diode can be modeled for circuit analysis
using any one of three levels of complexity

DIODE MODELS
07:36

Because of their ability to conduct current in one direction and block current in the other
direction, diodes are used in circuits called rectifiers that convert ac voltage into dc voltage.
Rectifiers are found in all dc power supplies that operate from an ac voltage source

HALF WAVE RECTIFIER
09:06

You will learn about two types of full-wave rectifiers: center-tapped and bridge.

FULL WAVE RECTIFIER
11:33

Diode circuits, called limiters or clippers, are sometimes used to clip off portions of signal
voltages above or below certain levels

DIODE LIMITERS
07:03

Another type of diode circuit, called a clamper, is used to add or restore a dc level to an electrical signal

Preview 05:59

In this section, you will see how the zener diode maintains a nearly constant dc voltage under the proper operating conditions.

ZENER DIODE
05:58

TESTING A DIODE
04:49

using diode biasing solve these question
Diode biasing
2 questions
About the Instructor
Usman Ali
4.5 Average rating
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550 Students
1 Course
Electrical Engineer at udemy

Mr. Usman Ali has done Electrical Engineering.

He has done Teacher Assistant in different subjects of Electrical Engineering  Electrical Circuit Analysis,Electrical  Circuit Design ,Electronic Circuit Design,Electronic Circuit Design and Digital logic Design and Gates. 

He has one year experience in robotics and embedded system .

Currently he is working as a industrial automation engineer.

His goal is for students to learn Electrical Engineering in the most straight forward, simple and easiest way.