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- Lecture#10(pdf): RC integrator and pulse width modulator using an opamp
- Lecture#11(pdf): Opamp with a single supply voltage, biasing of an opamp
- Lecture#12(pdf): DC operating point of an opamp, AC analysis for opamp with non-inverting gain
- Lecture#13(pdf): AC analysis for opamp with inverting and non-inverting gains
- Lecture#14(pdf): AC analysis for opamp with inverting and non-inverting gains (contd.), output swing limits for transient signals
- Lecture#15(pdf): Analyzing a negative feedback loop including opamp with finite dc gain and bandwidth and resistive feedback
- Lecture#16(pdf): Analyzing a negative feedback loop including opamp with finite dc gain and second/third order transfer function, and resistive feedback
- Lecture#17(pdf): Loop gain of an opamp in negative feedback for stability analysis
- Lecture#18(pdf): Stability analysis of an opamp with 2nd order transfer function with loop gain and phase margin
- Lecture#19(pdf): Dominant pole compensation for stabilizing opamp in negative feedback loop with 2nd order transfer function
- Lecture#20(pdf): Dominant pole compensation in unity gain amplifier with 2nd order transfer function, Opamp with 3rd order loop gain transfer function
- Lecture#21(pdf): Problems with dominant pole compensation, introduction to Miller compensation in opamp with 2nd order transfer function
- Lecture#22(pdf): Miller compensation in opamp with 2nd order transfer function
- Lecture#23(pdf): Miller compensation in opamp with 2nd order transfer function (contd.)
- Lecture#24(pdf): Miller compensation in opamp with 2nd order transfer function (contd.)
- Lecture#25(pdf): Compensating R.H.P zero during Miller compensation
- Lecture#26(pdf): Power supply requirements of a SoC
- Lecture#27(pdf): Linear low dropout regulators (LDOs)
- Lecture#28(pdf): LDOs, Switching power regulator
- Lecture#29(pdf): Transient waveforms in switching power regulators
- Lecture#30(pdf): Small-signal stability analysis of switching power regulators
- Lecture#31(pdf): Small-signal stability analysis of switching power regulators (contd.)
- Lecture#32(pdf): Implementation of different blocks in switching power regulator, Power efficiency of power regulator
- Lecture#33(pdf): Introduction to analog filters
- Lecture#34(pdf): Introduction to analog filters (contd.), anti-aliasing filter for ADCs, sampling in ADCs
- Lecture#35(pdf): 1st order passive low pass and high pass filters
- Lecture#36(pdf): Passive band pass filter, Active low pass filter
- Lecture#37(pdf): Active-RC band pass filter, Active-RC 2nd order low pass filter, Signal flow graph for 2nd order filters with integrators and gain blocks
- Lecture#38(pdf): Signal flow graph for 2nd order filters with integrators and gain blocks (contd.), Introduction to Gm block, Gm-C filters
- Lecture#39(pdf): Band reject filter, Sallen-Key filter, Rauch filter
- Lecture#40(pdf): Butterworth filter
- Lecture#41(pdf): Introduction to oscillator waveform and characteristics, LC-oscillator
- Lecture#42(pdf): Ring oscillator, relaxation oscillator, Wien Bridge oscillator
- Lecture#43(pdf): Introduction to Analog-to-Digital Converter (ADC)
- Lecture#44(pdf): Flash ADC, 2-step/3-step ADC, SAR ADC
- Lecture#45(pdf): Current DAC, R2R DAC, Capacitor DAC, Quantization error, SNR in ADC
- Lecture#46(pdf): Gain/offset errors in ADC, DNL/INL in ADC
- Lecture#47(pdf): Nyquist Stability Criterion
- Lecture#48(pdf): Nyquist Stability Criterion (contd.)