Basic Electronics

Basic Electronics Engineering Bachelor of Engineering(BE) videos According to syllabus of Institute of Engineering(IoE), Tribhuvan University (TU)

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Curriculum for this course
233 Lessons 22:00 Minutes
1. Introduction to Course
1 Lessons 01 Minutes
  • Marking Schemes 01 Minutes Free
  • 1. Active and Passive components 07 Minutes Free
  • 2. Kirchhoff's Law 01 Minutes Free
  • 3. Signal Sources 02 Minutes
  • 4. Controlled Source 04 Minutes
  • 5. Superposition Theorem 09 Minutes
  • 6. Superposition Theorem Example 2 11 Minutes
  • 7. Superposition Example 3 06 Minutes
  • 8. Thevenin's theorem 08 Minutes
  • 9. Thevenin's example 2 05 Minutes
  • 10. Thevenin's Example 3 06 Minutes
  • 11. Norton's Theorem 07 Minutes
  • 12. Norton Example2 07 Minutes
  • 13. Filter 03 Minutes
  • 14. Low Pass Filter 05 Minutes
  • 15. RC High pass Filter 03 Minutes
  • 16. Gain Transconductance and Transimpedance 04 Minutes
  • 1. Diode 04 Minutes
  • 2. Diode biasing 05 Minutes
  • 3. IV characteristics of diode 04 Minutes
  • 3. IV characterstics of diode 04 Minutes
  • 4. load line concept 05 Minutes
  • 5. Small Signal Model 07 Minutes
  • 6. large Signal Model 02 Minutes
  • 7. Clamper Circuit 08 Minutes
  • 8. Clamper example 2 07 Minutes
  • 9. clippers example 1 07 Minutes
  • 10. clipper example 2 07 Minutes
  • 11. Clipper Example 3 04 Minutes
  • 12. Zener diode 03 Minutes
  • 13. zener diode numerical 1 11 Minutes
  • 14. zener diode example 2 06 Minutes
  • 15. Half Wave Rectifier 04 Minutes
  • 16. Full Wave Rectifier(Central Tapped) 03 Minutes
  • 17. Full-Wave Bridge Rectifier 05 Minutes
  • 18. LED and varactor diode 02 Minutes
  • 19. Photo diode and tunnel diode 04 Minutes
  • 20. Piecewise linear model 02 Minutes
  • 1. BJT 02 Minutes
  • 2. working of bjt 02 Minutes
  • 3. fixed bias configuration 04 Minutes
  • 4. Emitter bias configuration 05 Minutes
  • 5. Emitter bias numerical 1 07 Minutes
  • 6. Collector feedback biasing 05 Minutes
  • 7. Collector feedback numerical 05 Minutes
  • 8. voltage divider bias 10 Minutes
  • 9. voltage divider numerical 07 Minutes
  • 10. Common base configuration 10 Minutes
  • 11. Common emitter configuration 08 Minutes
  • 12. Common collector configuration 02 Minutes
  • 13. Loadline in BJT 09 Minutes
  • 14. Transistor Modeling 04 Minutes
  • 15. Small signal analysis( Hybrid pi model) 05 Minutes
  • 16. T-model 04 Minutes
  • 17. Differential amplifier 03 Minutes
  • 18. BJT as not gate 02 Minutes
  • 19. BJT as NAND 03 Minutes
  • 20. BNJT as NOR 03 Minutes
  • 21. Enhancement MOSFET 07 Minutes
  • 22. Depletion type MOSFET 05 Minutes
  • 23. NMOS and PMOS 11 Minutes
  • 24. CMOS 04 Minutes
  • 25. CMOS as NAND and NOR 09 Minutes
  • 26. operating point numerical 06 Minutes
  • 1. Introduction 02 Minutes
  • 2. Properties of ideal op amp 02 Minutes
  • 3. Virtual Ground 02 Minutes
  • 4. Inverting amplifier 04 Minutes
  • 5. Non inverting amplifier 05 Minutes
  • 6. Adder 04 Minutes
  • 7. Integrator 05 Minutes
  • 8. Differentiator 03 Minutes
  • 9. Numerical example 04 Minutes
  • 10. Positive and negative feedback 04 Minutes
  • 11. Barkhausen Criteria 07 Minutes
  • 12. Square wave generator(Part 1) 09 Minutes
  • 13.. Square wave generator (part 2) 04 Minutes
  • 14.Triangular wave generator 11 Minutes
  • 15. Wein Bridge Oscillator 13 Minutes
  • 16. Concept of stability 02 Minutes
  • 1. Introduction 03 Minutes
  • 2. Block diagram of communication System 03 Minutes
  • 3. Em wave and propagation 04 Minutes
  • 4. Antenna 05 Minutes
  • 5. Modulation 03 Minutes
  • 6. Broadcasting and communication 02 Minutes
  • 7. internet vs Intranet 02 Minutes
  • 8. Optical fibre 03 Minutes
  • 1. Number System 09 Minutes
  • 2. Binary to other number system 08 Minutes
  • 3. Octal to other number system 06 Minutes
  • 4. Hexadecimal to other number 06 Minutes
  • 5. Basic Gate 03 Minutes
  • 6. Universal Gates 02 Minutes
  • 7. Ex-OR and Ex-NOR gate 03 Minutes
  • 8. NAND as universal gate 04 Minutes
  • 9. NOR as universal gate 03 Minutes
  • 10. Multiplexer 10 Minutes
  • 11. Demultiplexer 09 Minutes
  • 12. Encoder 04 Minutes
  • 13. Decoder 07 Minutes
  • 14. Combinational circuit 05 Minutes
  • 15. Minterms and maxterms 07 Minutes
  • 16. K-MAP theory 09 Minutes
  • 17. K-MAP Example 1 11 Minutes
  • 18. K-MAP Example 2 19 Minutes
  • 19. K-MAP Example 3 08 Minutes
  • 20. SR flipflop 11 Minutes
  • 21. D flipflop 04 Minutes
  • 22. jk flipflop 07 Minutes
  • 23. master-slave jk 03 Minutes
  • 24. T Flipflop 04 Minutes
  • 25. Register 03 Minutes
  • 26. SISO register 08 Minutes
  • 27. SIPO register 07 Minutes
  • 28.PISO register 10 Minutes
  • 29. PIPO register 03 Minutes
  • 30. Counter 06 Minutes
  • 1. Instrumentation system 04 Minutes
  • 2.Transducer 02 Minutes
  • 3.1 Strain gauge 03 Minutes
  • 3.2. Data logger 03 Minutes
  • 3.3 DMM 02 Minutes
  • 4. Osilloscope 03 Minutes
  • 5. Regulated power supply 02 Minutes
  • 6. Remote Control 04 Minutes
  • 7. character display 04 Minutes
  • 8. Clock counter measurement 04 Minutes
  • 9. Audio video system 03 Minutes
  • 1. Flip flop_NOR latch 08 Minutes
  • 2. RS Flip Flop 14 Minutes
  • 3. JK flip flop 20 Minutes
  • 4. Toggle(T) flip flop 08 Minutes
  • 5. Data (D) Flip Flop 07 Minutes
  • 6. Emitter feedback biasing numerical 09 Minutes
  • 7. Collector feedback biasing numerical 08 Minutes
  • 8.1. Fixed_DC Biasing numerical _ Basic Electronics-(720p30) 09 Minutes
  • 8. Voltage divider biasing numerical 04 Minutes
  • 9. Why voltage divider biasing is called beta independent 05 Minutes
  • 10. De-Morgan's Theorem 07 Minutes
  • 11. Boolean laws and Theorem 04 Minutes
  • 12. Simplification of Boolean Expression (without using K Map) 13 Minutes
  • 13. Introduction to Logic Gates 15 Minutes
  • 14. Realization of NAND and NOR gates 33 Minutes
  • 15. K-Map _ Minterms-(1080p30) 01 Hours
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    Requirements
    • Students are required to have knowledge of Electronics, based on syllabus of IoE
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    Description

    The videos herein are strictly based on syllabus of Institute of Engineering Tribhuwan University, Nepal promoting "e-Learning in Nepal" and are made with intention to provide guidance to the "Bachelor in Engineering(BE) appearing students", for securing good results. The course tries to cover all the basics of Flip Flop (RS, JK, T, D), Fixed DC Biasing, Emitter Feedback Biasing & Collector Feedback Biasing and Voltage Divider Biasing. This course also comprises De-Morgan's Theorem, Boolean Laws & Theorem, Logic Gates and Realization and Karnaugh Map(K-Map) with most frequently asked questions in final exam of BE along with fundamental theories and numerical solutions. We strongly believe that, viewers will be benefited from these videos and the thirst of curiosity of viewers will be quenched! Feedbacks and suggestion to improve are always welcome and highly appreciated!

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