Integrated Circuits and Systems group, IIT Madras

EE2019: Analog Systems and Lab (Jan-May 2022)



  • Prof. Saurabh's Webex invite: All EVEN roll numbers
  • Prof. Aniruddhan's Webex invite: All ODD roll numbers


  • Lectures: E slot (Tu 11-11:50am; W 10-10:50am; Th 8-8:50am; Fr 5:00-5:50pm)
  • Extended tutorial: Saturday 9am-12pm
  • Tutorial hours will typically be scheduled on the Friday evening E slot (5:00-5:50pm)

Course page on moodle

Registered students can login and see the course page at Resources, tutorials, exam schedules, discussion forum etc. can be accessed from the moodle page.

Teaching Assistants

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  • Four quizzes: 40%
  • Tutorials: 10%
  • End semester exam (theory): 25%
  • Lab and associated exam: 25%

Quiz dates will be as follows (8am on Thursdays):

  • Quiz 1 - 3/2/22
  • Quiz 2 - 17/2/22 (as per institute Quiz 1 schedule)
  • Quiz 3 - 24/3/22 (as per institute Quiz 2 schedule)
  • Quiz 4 - 12/4/22 (Tuesday E slot)

Recorded lectures

The recorded video lectures from previous years' courses are available here.

2022 Lecture notes (Aniruddhan) are available below:

2022 Class lecture recordings (Aniruddhan) are available below:

2022 Lecture notes (Saurabh) are available below:

  1. Lecture #1 (pdf): Introduction to analog systems controlled by dependent voltage/current sources
  2. Lecture #2 (pdf): Limitations of dependent voltage/current sources
  3. Lecture #3 (pdf): Non-linearity of blocks delivering voltage/power gain, Modeling of non-linear blocks with linear dependent voltage/current sources
  4. Lecture #4 (pdf): Introducing a negative feedback system to realize a fixed relationship between input and output variables
  5. Lecture #5 (pdf): Time-domain analysis of a simple first-order negative feedback system, deriving an OPAMP model using VCCS, capacitor, and VCVS
  6. Lecture #6 (pdf): Frequency-domain analysis of OPAMP standalone and in resistive feedback, steady state error for step inputs
  7. Lecture #7 (pdf): Positive and negative feedback for OPAMP in closed loop, supply voltage limits in OPAMP, first-order OPAMP model with finite dc gain and a single pole
  8. Lecture #8 (pdf): Input-Output characteristics of OPAMP in positive and negative feedback, Schmitt trigger realization with OPAMP
  9. Lecture #9 (pdf): Analysis of OPAMPs with offset


Problem sets will be posted below. You are expected to solve them on your own. You can approach the teaching assistants for clarifications and help. You should work each problem completely on your own.

Laboratory Experiments

  • Lab is not offered during online semester. Students will be required to take lab once it is offered after the institute opens. In case of hybrid class, students residing in the hostel at IITM can attend Lab classes
  • Lab experiment description is available here: EE2020 Lab Document



The following recorded lectures have some content overlapping with the above two courses.


85% attendance is mandatory and will be strictly enforced. If you are more than 5 min. late, you will not be allowed into class.