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Electronic devices and systems are so integrated into all aspects of daily life that they are often overlooked or are simply taken for granted.  The [course_title] is designed to provide some basic information about electronic circuits. It makes the assumption that you have no prior knowledge of electronics, electricity, or circuits, and start from the basics. You will gain an understanding of AC/DC basic circuits, digital circuits, and basic electronic devices. 

Assessment

This course does not involve any written exams. Students need to answer 5 assignment questions to complete the course, the answers will be in the form of written work in pdf or word. Students can write the answers in their own time. Each answer needs to be 200 words (1 Page). Once the answers are submitted, the tutor will check and assess the work.

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Course Credit: Open Culture 

Course Curriculum

Module: 01
Lecture – 1 Introduction to Basic Electronics 00:56:00
Lecture – 2 Electronic Devices 1 00:54:00
Lecture – 3 Electronics Devices 00:58:00
Lecture – 4 Some Useful Laws in Basic Electronics 00:57:00
Lecture – 5 Some Useful Theorems in Basic Electronics 00:59:00
Module: 02
Lecture – 6 Semi Conductor Diodes 00:57:00
Lecture – 7 Application of Diodes 00:54:00
Lecture – 8 Wave Shaping using Diodes 00:57:00
Lecture – 9 Zener Diode Characteristics 00:56:00
Lecture – 10 Transistors 00:57:00
Module: 03
Lecture – 11 Transistor Biasing 00:55:00
Lecture – 12 Transistor Biasing 00:56:00
Lecture – 13 Basic Characteristic of an Amplifer 00:55:00
Lecture – 14 Hybrid Equivalent Circuit, H-Parameters 00:56:00
Lecture – 15 Circuit Analysis using H-Parameters 00:55:00
Module: 04
Lecture – 16 Frequency Response of Amplifiers 00:55:00
Lecture – 17 Frequency Analysis 00:57:00
Lecture – 18 Power Amplifiers 00:57:00
Lecture – 19 Differential Amplifiers CKT 00:57:00
Lecture – 20 Integrated Chip 00:58:00
Module: 05
Lecture – 21 Typical Characteristic of Operation Amplifier 00:58:00
Lecture – 22 Four Types of Feed Back 00:55:00
Lecture – 23 Four Types of Feed Back 00:54:00
Lecture – 24 Mathematical Operations 00:59:00
Lecture – 25 Mathematical Operations 00:54:00
Module: 06
Lecture – 26 Mathematical Operations 00:57:00
Lecture – 27 Characteristics of Operation Amplifier 00:57:00
Lecture – 28 Characteristics of Operation Amplifier 00:55:00
Lecture – 29 Characteristics of Operation Amplifier 00:55:00
Lecture – 30 Inverter/Non-Inverter Circuits 00:56:00
Module: 07
Lecture – 31 Applications of Op Amps 00:57:00
Lecture – 32 Non-Linear Op Amp circuits 00:53:00
Lecture – 33 Applications of Op Amps 00:52:00
Lecture – 34 Active Diode Circuits 00:57:00
Lecture – 35 Oscillatiors 00:56:00
Module: 08
Lecture – 36 Logarthmic and Anti-Logarthmic Amplifer 00:56:00
Lecture – 37 Filters 00:52:00
Lecture – 38 Unit Junction Transistor 00:55:00
Lecture – 39 Silicion Controlled Rectifier 00:57:00
Lecture – 40 Field Effect Transistor 00:56:00
Assessment
Submit Your Assignment 00:00:00
Certification 00:00:00

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