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Link NPTEL Course Name NPTEL Lecture Title
Link Adv. Digital Signal Processing - Multirate and wavelets Lecture 1 - Introduction
Link Adv. Digital Signal Processing - Multirate and wavelets Lecture 2 - The Haar Wavelet
Link Adv. Digital Signal Processing - Multirate and wavelets Lecture 3 - The Haar Multiresolution Analysis
Link Adv. Digital Signal Processing - Multirate and wavelets Lecture 4 - Wavelets And Multirate Digital Signal Processing
Link Adv. Digital Signal Processing - Multirate and wavelets Lecture 5 - Equivalence - Functions And Sequences
Link Adv. Digital Signal Processing - Multirate and wavelets Lecture 6 - The Haar Filter Bank
Link Adv. Digital Signal Processing - Multirate and wavelets Lecture 7 - Haar Filter Bank Analysis And Synthesis
Link Adv. Digital Signal Processing - Multirate and wavelets Lecture 8 - Relating psi, phi and the Filters
Link Adv. Digital Signal Processing - Multirate and wavelets Lecture 9 - Iterating the filter bank from Psi, Phi
Link Adv. Digital Signal Processing - Multirate and wavelets Lecture 10 - Z-Domain Analysis Of Multirate Filter Bank
Link Adv. Digital Signal Processing - Multirate and wavelets Lecture 11 - Two Channel Filter Bank
Link Adv. Digital Signal Processing - Multirate and wavelets Lecture 12 - Perfect Reconstruction - Conjugate Quadrature
Link Adv. Digital Signal Processing - Multirate and wavelets Lecture 13 - Conjugate Quadrature Filters - Daubechies Family of MRA
Link Adv. Digital Signal Processing - Multirate and wavelets Lecture 14 - Daubechies' Filter Banks - Conjugate Quadrature Filters
Link Adv. Digital Signal Processing - Multirate and wavelets Lecture 15 - Time And Frequency Joint Perspective
Link Adv. Digital Signal Processing - Multirate and wavelets Lecture 16 - Ideal Time Frequency Behaviour
Link Adv. Digital Signal Processing - Multirate and wavelets Lecture 17 - The Uncertainty Principle
Link Adv. Digital Signal Processing - Multirate and wavelets Lecture 18 - Time Bandwidth Product Uncertainty
Link Adv. Digital Signal Processing - Multirate and wavelets Lecture 19 - Evaluating and Bounding squareroot t.squareroot omega
Link Adv. Digital Signal Processing - Multirate and wavelets Lecture 20 - The Time Frequency Plane & its Tilings
Link Adv. Digital Signal Processing - Multirate and wavelets Lecture 21 - Short time Fourier Transform & Wavelet Transform in General
Link Adv. Digital Signal Processing - Multirate and wavelets Lecture 22 - Reconstruction & Admissibility
Link Adv. Digital Signal Processing - Multirate and wavelets Lecture 23 - Admissibility in Detail Discretization of Scale
Link Adv. Digital Signal Processing - Multirate and wavelets Lecture 24 - Logarithmic Scale Discretization, Dyadic Discretization
Link Adv. Digital Signal Processing - Multirate and wavelets Lecture 25 - The Theorem of (DYADIC) Multiresolution Analysis
Link Adv. Digital Signal Processing - Multirate and wavelets Lecture 26 - Proof of the Theorem of (DYADIC) Multiresolution Analysis
Link Adv. Digital Signal Processing - Multirate and wavelets Lecture 27 - Introducing Variants of The Multiresolution Analysis Concept
Link Adv. Digital Signal Processing - Multirate and wavelets Lecture 28 - JPEG 2000 5/3 FilterBank & Spline MRA
Link Adv. Digital Signal Processing - Multirate and wavelets Lecture 29 - Orthogonal Multiresolution Analysis with Splines
Link Adv. Digital Signal Processing - Multirate and wavelets Lecture 30 - Building Piecewise Linear Scaling Function, Wavelet
Link Adv. Digital Signal Processing - Multirate and wavelets Lecture 31 - The Wave Packet Transform
Link Adv. Digital Signal Processing - Multirate and wavelets Lecture 32 - Nobel Identities & The Haar Wave Packet Transform
Link Adv. Digital Signal Processing - Multirate and wavelets Lecture 33 - The Lattice Structure for Orthogonal Filter Banks
Link Adv. Digital Signal Processing - Multirate and wavelets Lecture 34 - Constructing the Lattice & its Variants
Link Adv. Digital Signal Processing - Multirate and wavelets Lecture 35 - The Lifting Structure & Polyphase Matrices
Link Adv. Digital Signal Processing - Multirate and wavelets Lecture 36 - The Polyphase Approach - The Modulation Approach
Link Adv. Digital Signal Processing - Multirate and wavelets Lecture 37 - Modulation Analysis and The 3-Band Filter Bank, Applications
Link Adv. Digital Signal Processing - Multirate and wavelets Lecture 38 - The Applications *Data Mining, *Face Recognition
Link Adv. Digital Signal Processing - Multirate and wavelets Lecture 39 - Proof that a non-zero function can not be both time and band-limited
Link Adv. Digital Signal Processing - Multirate and wavelets Lecture 40 - M-Band Filter Banks and Looking Ahead
Link Adv. Digital Signal Processing - Multirate and wavelets Lecture 41 - Tutorial -Session 1
Link Adv. Digital Signal Processing - Multirate and wavelets Lecture 42 - Student's Presentation
Link Adv. Digital Signal Processing - Multirate and wavelets Lecture 43 - Tutorial on Uncertainty Product
Link Adv. Digital Signal Processing - Multirate and wavelets Lecture 44 - Tutorial on Two band Filter Bank
Link Adv. Digital Signal Processing - Multirate and wavelets Lecture 45 - Tutorial -Frequency Domain Analysis of Two band Filter Bank
Link Adv. Digital Signal Processing - Multirate and wavelets Lecture 46 - Zoom in and Zoom out using Wavelet Transform
Link Adv. Digital Signal Processing - Multirate and wavelets Lecture 47 - More Thoughts on Wavelets : Zooming In
Link Adv. Digital Signal Processing - Multirate and wavelets Lecture 48 - Towards selecting Wavelets through vanishing moments
Link Adv. Digital Signal Processing - Multirate and wavelets Lecture 49 - In Search of Scaling Coefficients
Link Adv. Digital Signal Processing - Multirate and wavelets Lecture 50 - Wavelet Applications
Link Advanced Optical Communication Lecture 1 - Introduction
Link Advanced Optical Communication Lecture 2 - Basics of Light
Link Advanced Optical Communication Lecture 3 - Ray Model - I
Link Advanced Optical Communication Lecture 4 - Ray Model - II
Link Advanced Optical Communication Lecture 5 - Wave Model - I
Link Advanced Optical Communication Lecture 6 - Wave Model - II
Link Advanced Optical Communication Lecture 7 - Wave Model - III
Link Advanced Optical Communication Lecture 8 - Signal Distortion - I
Link Advanced Optical Communication Lecture 9 - Signal Distortion - II
Link Advanced Optical Communication Lecture 10 - Signal Distortion - III
Link Advanced Optical Communication Lecture 11 - Practical issues in Implementation of Fiber link
Link Advanced Optical Communication Lecture 12 - Optical Sources
Link Advanced Optical Communication Lecture 13 - Light Emitting Diodes - I
Link Advanced Optical Communication Lecture 14 - Light Emitting Diodes - II
Link Advanced Optical Communication Lecture 15 - Laser - I
Link Advanced Optical Communication Lecture 16 - Laser - II
Link Advanced Optical Communication Lecture 17 - Laser - III
Link Advanced Optical Communication Lecture 18 - Laser - IV
Link Advanced Optical Communication Lecture 19 - Laser - V + Photon Detector
Link Advanced Optical Communication Lecture 20 - Photo Diodes and Detector Noise
Link Advanced Optical Communication Lecture 21 - Photo Detector
Link Advanced Optical Communication Lecture 22 - Optical Receivers - I
Link Advanced Optical Communication Lecture 23 - Optical Receivers - II
Link Advanced Optical Communication Lecture 24 - Receiver Sensitivity Degradation
Link Advanced Optical Communication Lecture 25 - Fiber Optic Link Design
Link Advanced Optical Communication Lecture 26 - Wavelength Division Multiplexed Systems
Link Advanced Optical Communication Lecture 27 - EDFA
Link Advanced Optical Communication Lecture 28 - Integrated Optics - I
Link Advanced Optical Communication Lecture 29 - Integrated Optics - II
Link Advanced Optical Communication Lecture 30 - Tutorials - I
Link Advanced Optical Communication Lecture 31 - Tutorials - II
Link Advanced Optical Communication Lecture 32 - Introduction to Non-Linear Fiber Optics
Link Advanced Optical Communication Lecture 33 - Non-linear Schrodinger Equation
Link Advanced Optical Communication Lecture 34 - Group Velocity Dispersion (GVD)
Link Advanced Optical Communication Lecture 35 - Self Phase Modulation (SPM)
Link Advanced Optical Communication Lecture 36 - Solitonic Communication
Link Advanced Optical Communication Lecture 37 - Raman Amplifier
Link Advanced Optical Communication Lecture 38 - Cross Phase Modulation and four wave mixing
Link Advanced Optical Communication Lecture 39 - Laboratory Experiments - I
Link Advanced Optical Communication Lecture 40 - Laboratory Experiments - II
Link Advanced Optical Communication Lecture 41 - Laboratory Experiments - III
Link Advanced VLSI Design Lecture 1 - Historical Perspective and Future Trends in CMOS VLSI Circuit and System Design - Part I
Link Advanced VLSI Design Lecture 2 - Historical Perspective and Future Trends in CMOS VLSI Circuit and System Design - Part II
Link Advanced VLSI Design Lecture 3 - Logical Effort - A way of Designing Fast CMOS Circuits - Part I
Link Advanced VLSI Design Lecture 4 - Logical Effort - A way of Designing Fast CMOS Circuits - Part II
Link Advanced VLSI Design Lecture 5 - Logical Effort - A way of Designing Fast CMOS Circuits - Part III
Link Advanced VLSI Design Lecture 6 - Power Estimation and Control in CMOS VLSI circuits - Part I
Link Advanced VLSI Design Lecture 7 - Power Estimation and Control in CMOS VLSI circuits - Part II
Link Advanced VLSI Design Lecture 8 - Low Power Design Techniques - Part I
Link Advanced VLSI Design Lecture 9 - Low Power Design Techniques - Part II
Link Advanced VLSI Design Lecture 10 - Arithmetic Implementation Strategies for VLSI - Part I
Link Advanced VLSI Design Lecture 11 - Arithmetic Implementation Strategies for VLSI - Part II
Link Advanced VLSI Design Lecture 12 - Arithmetic Implementation Strategies for VLSI - Part III
Link Advanced VLSI Design Lecture 13 - Arithmetic Implementation Strategies for VLSI - Part IV
Link Advanced VLSI Design Lecture 14 - Interconnect aware design: Impact of scaling, buffer insertion and inductive peaking
Link Advanced VLSI Design Lecture 15 - Interconnect aware design: Low swing and Current mode signaling
Link Advanced VLSI Design Lecture 16 - Interconnect aware design: capacitively coupled interconnects
Link Advanced VLSI Design Lecture 17 - Introduction to Hardware Description Languages
Link Advanced VLSI Design Lecture 18 - Managing concurrency and time in Hardware Description Languages
Link Advanced VLSI Design Lecture 19 - Introduction to VHDL
Link Advanced VLSI Design Lecture 20 - Basic Components in VHDL
Link Advanced VLSI Design Lecture 21 - Structural Description in VHDL
Link Advanced VLSI Design Lecture 22 - Behavioral Description in VHDL
Link Advanced VLSI Design Lecture 23 - Introduction to Verilog
Link Advanced VLSI Design Lecture 24 - FSM + datapath (GCD example)
Link Advanced VLSI Design Lecture 25 - FSM + datapath (Continued...)
Link Advanced VLSI Design Lecture 26 - Single Cycle MMIPS
Link Advanced VLSI Design Lecture 27 - Multicycle MMIPS
Link Advanced VLSI Design Lecture 28 - Multicycle MMIPS FSM
Link Advanced VLSI Design Lecture 29 - Brief Overview of Basic VLSI Design Automation Concepts
Link Advanced VLSI Design Lecture 30 - Netlist and System Partitioning
Link Advanced VLSI Design Lecture 31 - Timing Analysis in the context of Physical Design Automation
Link Advanced VLSI Design Lecture 32 - Placement algorithm
Link Advanced VLSI Design Lecture 33 - Introduction to VLSI Testing
Link Advanced VLSI Design Lecture 34 - VLSI Test Basics - I
Link Advanced VLSI Design Lecture 35 - VLSI Test Basics - II
Link Advanced VLSI Design Lecture 36 - VLSI Testing: Automatic Test Pattern Generation
Link Advanced VLSI Design Lecture 37 - VLSI Testing: Design for Test (DFT)
Link Advanced VLSI Design Lecture 38 - VLSI Testing: Built-In Self-Test (BIST)
Link Advanced VLSI Design Lecture 39 - VLSI Design Verification: An Introduction
Link Advanced VLSI Design Lecture 40 - VLSI Design Verification: An Introduction
Link Advanced VLSI Design Lecture 41 - VLSI Design Verification: Equivalence/Model Checking
Link Advanced VLSI Design Lecture 42 - VLSI Design Verification: Model Checking
Link Broadband Networks: Concepts and Technology Lecture 1 - Introduction to Broadband Networks
Link Broadband Networks: Concepts and Technology Lecture 2 - Qos in Packet Switching and ATM
Link Broadband Networks: Concepts and Technology Lecture 3 - ATM Networks
Link Broadband Networks: Concepts and Technology Lecture 4 - Effective Bandwidth - I
Link Broadband Networks: Concepts and Technology Lecture 5 - Effective Bandwidth - II
Link Broadband Networks: Concepts and Technology Lecture 6 - Traffic Descriptor in ATM
Link Broadband Networks: Concepts and Technology Lecture 7 - Calculus for QOS - I
Link Broadband Networks: Concepts and Technology Lecture 8 - Calculus For Qos - II
Link Broadband Networks: Concepts and Technology Lecture 9 - Packet Scheduling Algorithm Introduction
Link Broadband Networks: Concepts and Technology Lecture 10 - Fluid Fair Queueing and Weighted Fair Queueing
Link Broadband Networks: Concepts and Technology Lecture 11 - Virtual Time In Scheduling
Link Broadband Networks: Concepts and Technology Lecture 12 - Fairness of WFO and SCFO Scheduling Algorithms
Link Broadband Networks: Concepts and Technology Lecture 13 - Rate Proportional Servers
Link Broadband Networks: Concepts and Technology Lecture 14 - Latency Rate Servers - I
Link Broadband Networks: Concepts and Technology Lecture 15 - Latency Rate Servers - II And Delay Bounds
Link Broadband Networks: Concepts and Technology Lecture 16 - QOS In Best Effort Internet
Link Broadband Networks: Concepts and Technology Lecture 17 - TCP Congestion Control
Link Broadband Networks: Concepts and Technology Lecture 18 - Analysis of TCP
Link Broadband Networks: Concepts and Technology Lecture 19 - TCP Throughput
Link Broadband Networks: Concepts and Technology Lecture 20 - Buffer Management
Link Broadband Networks: Concepts and Technology Lecture 21 - IP Addressing Scheme
Link Broadband Networks: Concepts and Technology Lecture 22 - IP Addressing Lookup And Packet Classification
Link Broadband Networks: Concepts and Technology Lecture 23 - IP Over ATM
Link Broadband Networks: Concepts and Technology Lecture 24 - Multiple Label Switching (MPLS)
Link Broadband Networks: Concepts and Technology Lecture 25 - MPLS and Traffic Engineering
Link Broadband Networks: Concepts and Technology Lecture 26 - Optical Network and MPLS
Link Broadband Networks: Concepts and Technology Lecture 27 - Integrated Service Internet (IntServ) and RSVP
Link Broadband Networks: Concepts and Technology Lecture 28 - Differentiated Services Internet
Link Broadband Networks: Concepts and Technology Lecture 29 - Voice over IP
Link Broadband Networks: Concepts and Technology Lecture 30 - RTP
Link Broadband Networks: Concepts and Technology Lecture 31 - Metro Ethernet Access Networks
Link Broadband Networks: Concepts and Technology Lecture 32 - Metro Ethernet Access Networks
Link Digital Communication Lecture 1 - Introduction to Digital Communication
Link Digital Communication Lecture 2 - Sampling
Link Digital Communication Lecture 3 - Quantization, PCM and Delta Modulation
Link Digital Communication Lecture 4 - Probability and Random Processes (Part-1)
Link Digital Communication Lecture 5 - Probability and Random Processes (Part-2)
Link Digital Communication Lecture 6 - Channels and their Models (Part-1)
Link Digital Communication Lecture 7 - Channels and their Models (Part-2)
Link Digital Communication Lecture 8 - Information Theory (Part-1)
Link Digital Communication Lecture 9 - Information Theory (Part-2)
Link Digital Communication Lecture 10 - Bandpass Signal Representation (Part-1)
Link Digital Communication Lecture 11 - Bandpass Signal Representation (Part-2)
Link Digital Communication Lecture 12 - Digital Modulation Techniques (Part-1)
Link Digital Communication Lecture 13 - Digital Modulation Techniques (Part-2)
Link Digital Communication Lecture 14 - Digital Modulation Techniques (Part-3)
Link Digital Communication Lecture 15 - Digital Modulation Techniques (Part-4)
Link Digital Communication Lecture 16 - Digital Modulation Techniques (Part-5)
Link Digital Communication Lecture 17 - Digital Modulation Techniques (Part-6)
Link Digital Communication Lecture 18 - Digital Modulation Techniques (Part-7)
Link Digital Communication Lecture 19 - Digital Modulation Techniques (Part-8)
Link Digital Communication Lecture 20 - Digital Modulation Techniques (Part-9)
Link Digital Communication Lecture 21 - Digital Modulation Techniques (Part-10)
Link Digital Communication Lecture 22 - Probability of Error Calculation
Link Digital Communication Lecture 23 - Calculation of Probability of Error
Link Digital Communication Lecture 24 - Calculation of Probability of Error
Link Digital Communication Lecture 25 - Equalizers
Link Digital Communication Lecture 26 - Source Coding (Part-1)
Link Digital Communication Lecture 27 - Source Coding (Part-2)
Link Digital Communication Lecture 28 - Source Coding (Part-3)
Link Digital Communication Lecture 29 - Source Coding (Part-4)
Link Digital Communication Lecture 30 - Channel Coding
Link Digital Communication Lecture 31 - Fundamentals of OFDM
Link Digital Communication Lecture 32 - Conclusion
Link Information Theory and Coding Lecture 1 - Introduction to Information Theory and Coding
Link Information Theory and Coding Lecture 2 - Definition of Information Measure and Entropy
Link Information Theory and Coding Lecture 3 - Extention of An Information Source and Markov Source
Link Information Theory and Coding Lecture 4 - Adjoint of An Information Source, Joint and Conditional Information Measure
Link Information Theory and Coding Lecture 5 - Properties of Joint and Conditional Information Measures and A Morkov Source
Link Information Theory and Coding Lecture 6 - Asymptotic Properties of Entropy and Problem Solving in Entropy
Link Information Theory and Coding Lecture 7 - Block Code and its Properties
Link Information Theory and Coding Lecture 8 - Instantaneous Code and Its Properties
Link Information Theory and Coding Lecture 9 - Kraft-Mcmillan Equality and Compact Codes
Link Information Theory and Coding Lecture 10 - Shannon's First Theorem
Link Information Theory and Coding Lecture 11 - Coding Strategies and Introduction to Huffman Coding
Link Information Theory and Coding Lecture 12 - Huffman Coding and Proof of Its Optamality
Link Information Theory and Coding Lecture 13 - Competitive Optamality of The Shannon Code
Link Information Theory and Coding Lecture 14 - Non-Binary Huffman Code and Other Codes
Link Information Theory and Coding Lecture 15 - Adaptive Huffman Coding - Part-I
Link Information Theory and Coding Lecture 16 - Adaptive Huffman Coding - Part-II
Link Information Theory and Coding Lecture 17 - Shannon-Fano-Elias Coding and Introduction to Arithmetic Coding
Link Information Theory and Coding Lecture 18 - Arithmetic Coding - Part-I
Link Information Theory and Coding Lecture 19 - Arithmetic Coding - Part-II
Link Information Theory and Coding Lecture 20 - Introdution to Information Channels
Link Information Theory and Coding Lecture 21 - Equivocation and Mutual Information
Link Information Theory and Coding Lecture 22 - Properties of Different Information Channels
Link Information Theory and Coding Lecture 23 - Reduction of Information Channels
Link Information Theory and Coding Lecture 24 - Properties of Mutual Information and Introdution to Channel Capacity
Link Information Theory and Coding Lecture 25 - Calculation of Channel Capacity for Different Information Channels
Link Information Theory and Coding Lecture 26 - Shannon's Second Theorem
Link Information Theory and Coding Lecture 27 - Discussion On Error Free Communication Over Noisy Channel
Link Information Theory and Coding Lecture 28 - Error Free Communication Over A Binary Symmetric Channel and Introdution to Continous Sources and Channels
Link Information Theory and Coding Lecture 29 - Differential Entropy and Evaluation of Mutual Information for Continuous Sources and Channels
Link Information Theory and Coding Lecture 30 - Channel Capacity of A BandLimited Continuous Channel
Link Information Theory and Coding Lecture 31 - Introduction to Rate-Distortion Theory
Link Information Theory and Coding Lecture 32 - Definition and Properties of Rate-Distortion Functions
Link Information Theory and Coding Lecture 33 - Calculation of Rate-Distortion Functions
Link Information Theory and Coding Lecture 34 - Computational Approach for Calculation of Rate-Distortion Functions
Link Information Theory and Coding Lecture 35 - Introdution to Quantization
Link Information Theory and Coding Lecture 36 - Lloyd-Max Quantizer
Link Information Theory and Coding Lecture 37 - Companded Quantization
Link Information Theory and Coding Lecture 38 - Variable Length Coding and Problem Solving in Quantizer Design
Link Information Theory and Coding Lecture 39 - Vector Quantization
Link Information Theory and Coding Lecture 40 - Transform Coding - Part-I
Link Information Theory and Coding Lecture 41 - Transform Coding - Part-II
Link Transmission Lines and EM Waves Lecture 1 - Introduction to EM waves and various techniques of communication
Link Transmission Lines and EM Waves Lecture 2 - Equations of Voltage and Current on TX line
Link Transmission Lines and EM Waves Lecture 3 - Propagation constant, Characteristic impedance and reflection coefficient
Link Transmission Lines and EM Waves Lecture 4 - Impedance Transformation
Link Transmission Lines and EM Waves Lecture 5 - Loss-less and Low loss Transmission line and VSWR
Link Transmission Lines and EM Waves Lecture 6 - Power transfer on TX line
Link Transmission Lines and EM Waves Lecture 7 - Smith Chart
Link Transmission Lines and EM Waves Lecture 8 - Admittance Smith Chart
Link Transmission Lines and EM Waves Lecture 9 - Experimental setup for transmission line measurements
Link Transmission Lines and EM Waves Lecture 10 - Applications of transmission lines
Link Transmission Lines and EM Waves Lecture 11 - Applications of transmission lines-II
Link Transmission Lines and EM Waves Lecture 12 - Impedance Matching
Link Transmission Lines and EM Waves Lecture 13 - Lossy Transmission Line
Link Transmission Lines and EM Waves Lecture 14 - Problems on Transmission line
Link Transmission Lines and EM Waves Lecture 15 - Types of transmission line
Link Transmission Lines and EM Waves Lecture 16 - Basics of Vectors
Link Transmission Lines and EM Waves Lecture 17 - Vector calculus
Link Transmission Lines and EM Waves Lecture 18 - Basic laws of Electromagnetics
Link Transmission Lines and EM Waves Lecture 19 - Maxwell\\\'s Equations
Link Transmission Lines and EM Waves Lecture 20 - Boundary conditions at Media Interface
Link Transmission Lines and EM Waves Lecture 21 - Uniform plane wave
Link Transmission Lines and EM Waves Lecture 22 - Propagation of wave
Link Transmission Lines and EM Waves Lecture 23 - Wave polarization
Link Transmission Lines and EM Waves Lecture 24 - Pioncere\\\'s Sphere
Link Transmission Lines and EM Waves Lecture 25 - Wave propagation in conducting medium
Link Transmission Lines and EM Waves Lecture 26 - Wave propagation and phase velocity
Link Transmission Lines and EM Waves Lecture 27 - Power flow and Poynting vector
Link Transmission Lines and EM Waves Lecture 28 - Surface current and power loss in a conductor
Link Transmission Lines and EM Waves Lecture 29 - Plane wave in arbitary direction
Link Transmission Lines and EM Waves Lecture 30 - Plane wave at dielectric interface
Link Transmission Lines and EM Waves Lecture 31 - Reflection and refraction at media interface
Link Transmission Lines and EM Waves Lecture 32 - Total internal reflection
Link Transmission Lines and EM Waves Lecture 33 - Polarization at media interface
Link Transmission Lines and EM Waves Lecture 34 - Reflection from a conducting boundary
Link Transmission Lines and EM Waves Lecture 35 - Parallel plane waveguide
Link Transmission Lines and EM Waves Lecture 36 - Wave propagation in parallel plane waveguide
Link Transmission Lines and EM Waves Lecture 37 - Analysis of waveguide general approach
Link Transmission Lines and EM Waves Lecture 38 - Rectangular waveguide
Link Transmission Lines and EM Waves Lecture 39 - Modal propagation in rectangular waveguide
Link Transmission Lines and EM Waves Lecture 40 - Surface currents on the waveguide walls
Link Transmission Lines and EM Waves Lecture 41 - Field visualization and Attenuation in waveguide
Link Transmission Lines and EM Waves Lecture 42 - Attenuation in waveguide continued
Link Transmission Lines and EM Waves Lecture 43 - Radiation (Antenna)
Link Transmission Lines and EM Waves Lecture 44 - Solution for potential function
Link Transmission Lines and EM Waves Lecture 45 - Radiation form the Hertz dipole
Link Transmission Lines and EM Waves Lecture 46 - Power radiated by hertz dipole
Link Transmission Lines and EM Waves Lecture 47 - Thin linear antenna
Link Transmission Lines and EM Waves Lecture 48 - Radiation Parameters of antenna
Link Transmission Lines and EM Waves Lecture 49 - Receiving antenna
Link Transmission Lines and EM Waves Lecture 50 - Monopole and Dipole antenna
Link Transmission Lines and EM Waves Lecture 51 - Fourier transform relation between current and radiation pattern
Link Transmission Lines and EM Waves Lecture 52 - Antenna arrays
Link Transmission Lines and EM Waves Lecture 53 - Uniform Linear array
Link Transmission Lines and EM Waves Lecture 54 - Uniform Linear array continued
Link Transmission Lines and EM Waves Lecture 55 - Synthesis of array
Link Transmission Lines and EM Waves Lecture 56 - Binomial array and general array synthesis
Link Transmission Lines and EM Waves Lecture 57 - Problems on uniform plane wave
Link Transmission Lines and EM Waves Lecture 58 - Problems on uniform plane wave in a meduim
Link Transmission Lines and EM Waves Lecture 59 - Problems on waveguides
Link Transmission Lines and EM Waves Lecture 60 - Problems on Antennas and radiation
Link CMOS Analog VLSI Design Lecture 1 - Introduction to CMOS Analog VLSI Design
Link CMOS Analog VLSI Design Lecture 2 - Introduction to CMOS Analog VLSI Design (Continued...)
Link CMOS Analog VLSI Design Lecture 3 - MOS Fundamentals
Link CMOS Analog VLSI Design Lecture 4 - MOS Fundamentals (Continued...)
Link CMOS Analog VLSI Design Lecture 5 - Basic of MOS Amplifier (Part-1)
Link CMOS Analog VLSI Design Lecture 6 - Basic of MOS Amplifier (Part-2)
Link CMOS Analog VLSI Design Lecture 7 - Basic of MOS Amplifier (Part-3)
Link CMOS Analog VLSI Design Lecture 8 - Cascode Amplifier
Link CMOS Analog VLSI Design Lecture 9 - Types of MOSFET Amplifier
Link CMOS Analog VLSI Design Lecture 10 - Types of MOSFET Amplifier
Link CMOS Analog VLSI Design Lecture 11 - Differential Amplifier
Link CMOS Analog VLSI Design Lecture 12 - Differential Amplifier
Link CMOS Analog VLSI Design Lecture 13 - Current Sources
Link CMOS Analog VLSI Design Lecture 14 - Current Sources
Link CMOS Analog VLSI Design Lecture 15 - Current Sources
Link CMOS Analog VLSI Design Lecture 16 - Frequency Response of Amplifier
Link CMOS Analog VLSI Design Lecture 17 - Basic of CMOS OPAMP
Link CMOS Analog VLSI Design Lecture 18 - OPAMP Design Issues
Link CMOS Analog VLSI Design Lecture 19 - OPAMP Design
Link CMOS Analog VLSI Design Lecture 20 - OPMAP Design
Link CMOS Analog VLSI Design Lecture 21 - Operational Transconductance Amplifier
Link CMOS Analog VLSI Design Lecture 22 - OTA Operation Transconductance Amplifier and Application
Link CMOS Analog VLSI Design Lecture 23 - Fully Differential Amplifier and Noise
Link CMOS Analog VLSI Design Lecture 24 - Noise
Link CMOS Analog VLSI Design Lecture 25 - Noise (Continued...)
Link CMOS Analog VLSI Design Lecture 26 - Layout of Analog Circuit
Link CMOS Analog VLSI Design Lecture 27 - Oscillators
Link CMOS Analog VLSI Design Lecture 28 - Oscillators (Continued...)
Link CMOS Analog VLSI Design Lecture 29 - Oscillators (Continued...)
Link Analog Circuits Lecture 1 - Introduction to Analog Circuits - An Overview
Link Analog Circuits Lecture 2 - Two Parts of Review of Analog Filter Approximation
Link Analog Circuits Lecture 3 - BJT Small Signal Model
Link Analog Circuits Lecture 4 - BJT Small Signal Model [Continuation from Lecture 3]
Link Analog Circuits Lecture 5 - MOS Circuit Model
Link Analog Circuits Lecture 6 - Biasing of Circuits
Link Analog Circuits Lecture 7 - Amplifiers
Link Analog Circuits Lecture 8 - MOS Amplifiers
Link Analog Circuits Lecture 9 - Cascode Amplifier
Link Analog Circuits Lecture 10 - Frequency Response of Amplifier
Link Analog Circuits Lecture 11 - Frequency Response of Amplifier
Link Analog Circuits Lecture 12 - Frequency Response of Amplifier
Link Analog Circuits Lecture 13 - Frequency Response of Amplifier
Link Analog Circuits Lecture 14 - Differential Amplifier
Link Analog Circuits Lecture 15 - Differential Amplifier
Link Analog Circuits Lecture 16 - Differential Amplifier
Link Analog Circuits Lecture 17 - Feedback Theory
Link Analog Circuits Lecture 18 - Feedback Theory
Link Analog Circuits Lecture 19 - OPAMP Circuits
Link Analog Circuits Lecture 20 - OPAMP Circuits
Link Analog Circuits Lecture 21 - Active RC Filters
Link Analog Circuits Lecture 22 - Active Filters
Link Analog Circuits Lecture 23 - Oscillators
Link Analog Circuits Lecture 24 - Oscillators
Link Analog Circuits Lecture 25 - DAC/ADC
Link NOC:Microwave Integrated Circuits Lecture 1 - Introduction
Link NOC:Microwave Integrated Circuits Lecture 2 - Reflection Coefficient, VSWR, Smith Chart
Link NOC:Microwave Integrated Circuits Lecture 3 - Reflection Coefficient, VSWR
Link NOC:Microwave Integrated Circuits Lecture 4 - Smith Chart
Link NOC:Microwave Integrated Circuits Lecture 5 - Application of the Smith Chart
Link NOC:Microwave Integrated Circuits Lecture 6 - Microwave Components
Link NOC:Microwave Integrated Circuits Lecture 7 - Broadband Impedance Matching
Link NOC:Microwave Integrated Circuits Lecture 8 - Multi-section transformer
Link NOC:Microwave Integrated Circuits Lecture 9 - Maximally flat (binomial) transformer, Chebyshev transformer
Link NOC:Microwave Integrated Circuits Lecture 10 - Non-uniform transmission line (Tapers)
Link NOC:Microwave Integrated Circuits Lecture 11 - Scattering Parameters
Link NOC:Microwave Integrated Circuits Lecture 12 - Properties of Scattering Parameters
Link NOC:Microwave Integrated Circuits Lecture 13 - Properties of Scattering Parameters (Continued...)
Link NOC:Microwave Integrated Circuits Lecture 14 - Signal flow graph, ABCD parameters
Link NOC:Microwave Integrated Circuits Lecture 15 - 1 and 2 Port passive Components
Link NOC:Microwave Integrated Circuits Lecture 16 - 3 Port Microwave Components
Link NOC:Microwave Integrated Circuits Lecture 17 - Couplers
Link NOC:Microwave Integrated Circuits Lecture 18 - Coupled Line Couplers
Link NOC:Microwave Integrated Circuits Lecture 19 - Resonators and narrow band filters
Link NOC:Microwave Integrated Circuits Lecture 20 - Narrow-band filters
Link NOC:Microwave Integrated Circuits Lecture 21 - Filter design: Image parameter method, Insertion loss method
Link NOC:Microwave Integrated Circuits Lecture 22 - Filter synthesis, Kurodas Identity
Link NOC:Microwave Integrated Circuits Lecture 23 - Impedance Matching Circuits for Amplifiers
Link NOC:Microwave Integrated Circuits Lecture 24 - Microstrip Matching (Continued...), Masons Rule, Power Gain Equations
Link NOC:Microwave Integrated Circuits Lecture 25 - Amplifier Gain Stability
Link NOC:Microwave Integrated Circuits Lecture 26 - Amplifier Gain Stability (Continued...)
Link NOC:Microwave Integrated Circuits Lecture 27 - Gain Circles
Link NOC:Microwave Integrated Circuits Lecture 28 - Gain Circles (Continued...)
Link NOC:Microwave Integrated Circuits Lecture 29 - Noise
Link NOC:Microwave Integrated Circuits Lecture 30 - Noise Figure Circles (Continued...)
Link NOC:Microwave Integrated Circuits Lecture 31 - DC Bias
Link NOC:Microwave Integrated Circuits Lecture 32 - Amplifier Classes, Frequency Compensation
Link NOC:Microwave Integrated Circuits Lecture 33 - Linearity
Link NOC:Microwave Integrated Circuits Lecture 34 - Oscillator Design
Link NOC:Foundations of Wavelets and Multirate Digital Signal Processing Lecture 1 - Introduction
Link NOC:Foundations of Wavelets and Multirate Digital Signal Processing Lecture 2 - Origin of wavelets
Link NOC:Foundations of Wavelets and Multirate Digital Signal Processing Lecture 3 - Haar wavelet
Link NOC:Foundations of Wavelets and Multirate Digital Signal Processing Lecture 4 - Dyadic wavelet
Link NOC:Foundations of Wavelets and Multirate Digital Signal Processing Lecture 5 - Dilates and translates of Haar wavelet
Link NOC:Foundations of Wavelets and Multirate Digital Signal Processing Lecture 6 - L2 norm of a function
Link NOC:Foundations of Wavelets and Multirate Digital Signal Processing Lecture 7 - Piecewise constant representation of a function
Link NOC:Foundations of Wavelets and Multirate Digital Signal Processing Lecture 8 - Ladder of subspaces
Link NOC:Foundations of Wavelets and Multirate Digital Signal Processing Lecture 9 - Scaling function of Haar wavelet
Link NOC:Foundations of Wavelets and Multirate Digital Signal Processing Lecture 10 - Demonstration: Piecewise constant approximation of functions
Link NOC:Foundations of Wavelets and Multirate Digital Signal Processing Lecture 11 - Vector representation of sequences
Link NOC:Foundations of Wavelets and Multirate Digital Signal Processing Lecture 12 - Properties of norm
Link NOC:Foundations of Wavelets and Multirate Digital Signal Processing Lecture 13 - Parsevals theorem
Link NOC:Foundations of Wavelets and Multirate Digital Signal Processing Lecture 14 - Equivalence of functions and sequences
Link NOC:Foundations of Wavelets and Multirate Digital Signal Processing Lecture 15 - Angle between Functions and their Decomposition
Link NOC:Foundations of Wavelets and Multirate Digital Signal Processing Lecture 16 - Additional Information on Direct-Sum
Link NOC:Foundations of Wavelets and Multirate Digital Signal Processing Lecture 17 - Introduction to filter banks
Link NOC:Foundations of Wavelets and Multirate Digital Signal Processing Lecture 18 - Haar Analysis filter bank in Z-domain
Link NOC:Foundations of Wavelets and Multirate Digital Signal Processing Lecture 19 - Haar Synthesis filter bank in Z-domain
Link NOC:Foundations of Wavelets and Multirate Digital Signal Processing Lecture 20 - Moving from Z-domain to frequency domain
Link NOC:Foundations of Wavelets and Multirate Digital Signal Processing Lecture 21 - Frequency Response of Haar Analysis Low pass Filter bank
Link NOC:Foundations of Wavelets and Multirate Digital Signal Processing Lecture 22 - Frequency Response of Haar Analysis High pass Filter bank
Link NOC:Foundations of Wavelets and Multirate Digital Signal Processing Lecture 23 - Ideal Two-band Filter bank
Link NOC:Foundations of Wavelets and Multirate Digital Signal Processing Lecture 24 - Disqualification of Ideal Filter bank
Link NOC:Foundations of Wavelets and Multirate Digital Signal Processing Lecture 25 - Realizable Two-band Filter bank
Link NOC:Foundations of Wavelets and Multirate Digital Signal Processing Lecture 26 - Demonstration: DWT of images
Link NOC:Foundations of Wavelets and Multirate Digital Signal Processing Lecture 27 - Relating Fourier transform of scaling function to filter bank
Link NOC:Foundations of Wavelets and Multirate Digital Signal Processing Lecture 28 - Fourier transform of scaling function
Link NOC:Foundations of Wavelets and Multirate Digital Signal Processing Lecture 29 - Construction of scaling and wavelet functions from filter bank
Link NOC:Foundations of Wavelets and Multirate Digital Signal Processing Lecture 30 - Demonstration: Constructing scaling and wavelet functions.
Link NOC:Foundations of Wavelets and Multirate Digital Signal Processing Lecture 31 - Conclusive Remarks and Future Prospects
Link RF Integrated Circuits Lecture 1 - RF system basic architectures
Link RF Integrated Circuits Lecture 2 - Transmission media reflection
Link RF Integrated Circuits Lecture 3 - Maximum power transfer
Link RF Integrated Circuits Lecture 4 - Parallel RLC tank
Link RF Integrated Circuits Lecture 5 - Matching
Link RF Integrated Circuits Lecture 6 - Other matching networks
Link RF Integrated Circuits Lecture 7 - Resistors capacitors
Link RF Integrated Circuits Lecture 8 - Inductors
Link RF Integrated Circuits Lecture 9 - Inductors and wires
Link RF Integrated Circuits Lecture 10 - Wires
Link RF Integrated Circuits Lecture 11 - Transmission lines
Link RF Integrated Circuits Lecture 12 - Device review
Link RF Integrated Circuits Lecture 13 - MOS capacitances
Link RF Integrated Circuits Lecture 14 - Bandwidth estimation constants
Link RF Integrated Circuits Lecture 15 - Bandwidth estimation constants (Continued.)
Link RF Integrated Circuits Lecture 16 - Bandwidth estimation using short circuit
Link RF Integrated Circuits Lecture 17 - Bandwidth groupdelay and peaking
Link RF Integrated Circuits Lecture 18 - Shunt series amplifier
Link RF Integrated Circuits Lecture 19 - Shunt series amplifier (Continued.)
Link RF Integrated Circuits Lecture 20 - Various noise sources
Link RF Integrated Circuits Lecture 21 - Noise in a mosfet
Link RF Integrated Circuits Lecture 22 - Motivation first cut design
Link RF Integrated Circuits Lecture 23 - Motivation first cut design (Continued.)
Link RF Integrated Circuits Lecture 24 - Noise other possible topologies
Link RF Integrated Circuits Lecture 25 - Multiplier Fundamentals
Link RF Integrated Circuits Lecture 26 - Mixer non idealties
Link RF Integrated Circuits Lecture 27 - Mixer non idealties (Continued.)
Link RF Integrated Circuits Lecture 28 - A tank based oscillators
Link RF Integrated Circuits Lecture 29 - Phase noise in oscillators
Link RF Integrated Circuits Lecture 30 - Other oscillators topologies
Link RF Integrated Circuits Lecture 31 - Phase locked loop basics
Link RF Integrated Circuits Lecture 32 - Charge pump
Link RF Integrated Circuits Lecture 33 - Pll dynamics integer
Link RF Integrated Circuits Lecture 34 - Spurious frequencies fractional and synthesis
Link RF Integrated Circuits Lecture 35 - Fractional spurs
Link RF Integrated Circuits Lecture 36 - Delta and sigma modulation
Link RF Integrated Circuits Lecture 37 - Class abc power amplifiers
Link RF Integrated Circuits Lecture 38 - Class bcd power amplifiers
Link RF Integrated Circuits Lecture 39 - Class cd pwm amplifiers
Link RF Integrated Circuits Lecture 40 - Course summary and conclusion
Link Communication Engineering Lecture 1 - Introduction to Communication Engineering
Link Communication Engineering Lecture 2 - Communication channel
Link Communication Engineering Lecture 3 - Brief Review of Signal and Systems
Link Communication Engineering Lecture 4 - The Hilbert Transform
Link Communication Engineering Lecture 5 - Analytic Representation of band pass Signals
Link Communication Engineering Lecture 6 - Fundamentals of Analog Signal Transmission
Link Communication Engineering Lecture 7 - Analog Modulation of Carriers
Link Communication Engineering Lecture 8 - Amplitude Modulation
Link Communication Engineering Lecture 9 - Amplitude Modulation
Link Communication Engineering Lecture 10 - Single Sideband Modulation
Link Communication Engineering Lecture 11 - Suppressed Sideband Modulation
Link Communication Engineering Lecture 12 - VSB Modulation - Superhet Receiver
Link Communication Engineering Lecture 13 - Superhet Receiver etc
Link Communication Engineering Lecture 14 - Practical Mixers-Effects of Tonal
Link Communication Engineering Lecture 15 - Angle Modulation
Link Communication Engineering Lecture 16 - Angle Modulation
Link Communication Engineering Lecture 17 - Generation of FM Signals
Link Communication Engineering Lecture 18 - FM Generation and Detection
Link Communication Engineering Lecture 19 - Demodulation of Angle Modulated Signals
Link Communication Engineering Lecture 20 - Demodulation of Angle Modulated Signals
Link Communication Engineering Lecture 21 - Demodulation of Angle Modulated Signals
Link Communication Engineering Lecture 22 - Feedback Demodulators - phase locked loop
Link Communication Engineering Lecture 23 - The Phase Locked Loop
Link Communication Engineering Lecture 24 - Frequency Compressive Feedback Demodulator
Link Communication Engineering Lecture 25 - FM Receivers
Link Communication Engineering Lecture 26 - TV Transmission
Link Communication Engineering Lecture 27 - Review of Probability Theory and Random Process
Link Communication Engineering Lecture 28 - Review of Probability Theory and Random Variables
Link Communication Engineering Lecture 29 - Random Processes
Link Communication Engineering Lecture 30 - Random Processes
Link Communication Engineering Lecture 31 - Random Processes
Link Communication Engineering Lecture 32 - Gaussian Random Processes
Link Communication Engineering Lecture 33 - Behaviour of Communication System
Link Communication Engineering Lecture 34 - Performance of AM Systems in Noise
Link Communication Engineering Lecture 35 - Noise in AM and Angle Modulation Systems
Link Communication Engineering Lecture 36 - Noise in Phase and Frequency Modulation systems
Link Communication Engineering Lecture 37 - Noise in Angle Modulation
Link Communication Engineering Lecture 38 - Pre emphasis - De emphasis
Link Communication Engineering Lecture 39 - Pulse Modulation Schemes - PWM and PPM
Link Communication Engineering Lecture 40 - Data Modulation
Link Communication Engineering Lecture 41 - Pulse Code Modulation
Link Digital Signal Processing Lecture 1 - Digital Signal Processing Introduction
Link Digital Signal Processing Lecture 2 - Digital Signal Processing Introduction (Continued.)
Link Digital Signal Processing Lecture 3 - Digital Systems
Link Digital Signal Processing Lecture 4 - Characterization Description, Testing of Digital Systems
Link Digital Signal Processing Lecture 5 - LTI Systems Step & Impulse Responses, Convolution
Link Digital Signal Processing Lecture 6 - Inverse Systems, Stability, FIR & IIR
Link Digital Signal Processing Lecture 7 - FIR & IIR; Recursive & Non Recursive
Link Digital Signal Processing Lecture 8 - Discrete Time Fourier Transform
Link Digital Signal Processing Lecture 9 - Discrete Fourier Transform (DFT)
Link Digital Signal Processing Lecture 10 - DFT (Continued.)
Link Digital Signal Processing Lecture 11 - DFT (Continued.) Introduction to Z Transform
Link Digital Signal Processing Lecture 12 - Z Transform
Link Digital Signal Processing Lecture 13 - Z Transform (Continued.)
Link Digital Signal Processing Lecture 14 - Discrete Time Systems in the Frequency Domain
Link Digital Signal Processing Lecture 15 - Simple Digital Filters
Link Digital Signal Processing Lecture 16 - All Pass Filters, Com.Filters
Link Digital Signal Processing Lecture 17 - Linear Phase filters, Complementary Transfer Fn
Link Digital Signal Processing Lecture 18 - Compensatory Transfer Functions, (Continued.)
Link Digital Signal Processing Lecture 19 - Test for Stability using All Pass Functions
Link Digital Signal Processing Lecture 20 - Digital Processing of Continuous Time Signals
Link Digital Signal Processing Lecture 21 - Problem Solving Session: FT, DFT, & Z Transforms
Link Digital Signal Processing Lecture 22 - Problem Solving Session: FT, DFT, & Z Transforms
Link Digital Signal Processing Lecture 23 - Analog Filter Design
Link Digital Signal Processing Lecture 24 - Analog Chebyshev LPF Design
Link Digital Signal Processing Lecture 25 - Analog Filter Design (Continued.): Transformations
Link Digital Signal Processing Lecture 26 - Analog frequency Transformation
Link Digital Signal Processing Lecture 27 - Problem Solving Session on Discrete Time System
Link Digital Signal Processing Lecture 28 - Digital Filter Structures
Link Digital Signal Processing Lecture 29 - IIR Realizations
Link Digital Signal Processing Lecture 30 - All Pass Realizations
Link Digital Signal Processing Lecture 31 - Lattice Synthesis (Continued.)
Link Digital Signal Processing Lecture 32 - FIR Lattice Synthesis
Link Digital Signal Processing Lecture 33 - FIR Lattice (Continued.) and Digital Filter Design
Link Digital Signal Processing Lecture 34 - IIR Filter Design
Link Digital Signal Processing Lecture 35 - IIR Design by Bilinear Transformation
Link Digital Signal Processing Lecture 36 - IIR Design Examples
Link Digital Signal Processing Lecture 37 - Digital to Digital Frequency Transformation
Link Digital Signal Processing Lecture 38 - FIR Design
Link Digital Signal Processing Lecture 39 - FIR Digital Filter Design by Windowing
Link Digital Signal Processing Lecture 40 - FIR Design by Windowing & Frequency Sampling
Link Digital Signal Processing Lecture 41 - Solving Problems on DSP Structures
Link Digital Signal Processing Lecture 42 - FIR Design by Frequency Sampling
Link Digital Signal Processing Lecture 43 - FIR Design by Frequency Sampling (Continued.)
Link Wireless Communication Lecture 1 - Motivation and Introduction
Link Wireless Communication Lecture 2 - Types of Wireless communication
Link Wireless Communication Lecture 3 - The modern wireless Communication Systems
Link Wireless Communication Lecture 4 - The cellular concept - System Design issues
Link Wireless Communication Lecture 5 - Cell capacity and reuse
Link Wireless Communication Lecture 6 - Interference and System capacity
Link Wireless Communication Lecture 7 - Improving coverage and system capacity
Link Wireless Communication Lecture 8 - Mobile Radio Propagation
Link Wireless Communication Lecture 9 - Mobile Radio Propagation (Continued.)
Link Wireless Communication Lecture 10 - Mobile Radio Propagation (Continued.)
Link Wireless Communication Lecture 11 - Mobile Radio Propagation (Continued.)
Link Wireless Communication Lecture 12 - Mobile Radio Propagation (Continued.)
Link Wireless Communication Lecture 13 - Mobile Radio Propagation (Continued.)
Link Wireless Communication Lecture 14 - Mobile Radio Propagation II
Link Wireless Communication Lecture 15 - Mobile Radio Propagation II (Continued.)
Link Wireless Communication Lecture 16 - Mobile Radio Propagation II (Continued.)
Link Wireless Communication Lecture 17 - Mobile Radio Propagation II (Continued.)
Link Wireless Communication Lecture 18 - Mobile Radio Propagation II (Continued.)
Link Wireless Communication Lecture 19 - Mobile Radio Propagation II (Continued.)
Link Wireless Communication Lecture 20 - Mobile Radio Propagation II (Continued.)
Link Wireless Communication Lecture 21 - Modulation Techniques for Mobile Communication
Link Wireless Communication Lecture 22 - Modulation Techniques (Continued.)
Link Wireless Communication Lecture 23 - Modulation Techniques (Continued.)
Link Wireless Communication Lecture 24 - Modulation Techniques (Continued.)
Link Wireless Communication Lecture 25 - Modulation Techniques (Continued.)
Link Wireless Communication Lecture 26 - Modulation Techniques (Continued.)
Link Wireless Communication Lecture 27 - Modulation Techniques (Continued.)
Link Wireless Communication Lecture 28 - Equalization and Diversity Techniques
Link Wireless Communication Lecture 29 - Equalization and Diversity Techniques (Continued.)
Link Wireless Communication Lecture 30 - Equalization and Diversity Techniques (Continued.)
Link Wireless Communication Lecture 31 - Equalization and Diversity Techniques (Continued.)
Link Wireless Communication Lecture 32 - Coding Techniques for Mobile Communications
Link Wireless Communication Lecture 33 - Coding Techniques for Mobile Communications (Continued.)
Link Wireless Communication Lecture 34 - Coding Techniques for Mobile Communications (Continued.)
Link Wireless Communication Lecture 35 - Coding Techniques for Mobile Communications (Continued.)
Link Wireless Communication Lecture 36 - Wireless Networks
Link Wireless Communication Lecture 37 - GSM and CDMA
Link Wireless Communication Lecture 38 - GSM and CDMA (Continued.)
Link Basic Electronics Lecture 1 - Semiconductor materials
Link Basic Electronics Lecture 2 - PN Junction Diodes
Link Basic Electronics Lecture 3 - Diode Equivalent Circuits
Link Basic Electronics Lecture 4 - Diode Rectifier Circuits
Link Basic Electronics Lecture 5 - Zener Diode and Applications
Link Basic Electronics Lecture 6 - Clipping and Clamping Circuits
Link Basic Electronics Lecture 7 - Transistor Operation - Part-1
Link Basic Electronics Lecture 8 - Transistor Operation - Part-2
Link Basic Electronics Lecture 9 - Biasing the BJT - Part-1
Link Basic Electronics Lecture 10 - Biasing the BJT - Part-2
Link Basic Electronics Lecture 11 - BJT Small Signal Analysis
Link Basic Electronics Lecture 12 - BJT Amplifier - Part-1
Link Basic Electronics Lecture 13 - BJT Amplifier - Part-2
Link Basic Electronics Lecture 14 - Frequency Response of BJT Analysis - Part-1
Link Basic Electronics Lecture 15 - Bipolar Junction Transistors
Link Basic Electronics Lecture 16 - Transistor as a Switch
Link Basic Electronics Lecture 17 - MOSFET - Part-1
Link Basic Electronics Lecture 18 - MOSFET - Part-2
Link Basic Electronics Lecture 19 - MOSFET under dc operation
Link Basic Electronics Lecture 20 - Mosfet as an Amplifier
Link Basic Electronics Lecture 21 - Small signal model of MOSFET - Part-1
Link Basic Electronics Lecture 22 - Small signal model of MOSFET - Part-2
Link Basic Electronics Lecture 23 - High Frequency model of mosfet
Link Basic Electronics Lecture 24 - Junction Field Effect Transistor
Link Basic Electronics Lecture 25 - Operational Amplifier Introduction
Link Basic Electronics Lecture 26 - Ideal Op-Amp
Link Basic Electronics Lecture 27 - Op-Amp applications Part-1
Link Basic Electronics Lecture 28 - Op-Amp Applications Part-2
Link Basic Electronics Lecture 29 - Op-Amp Applications Part-3
Link Basic Electronics Lecture 30 - The practical Op-Amp
Link Basic Electronics Lecture 31 - Positive feedback and oscillation
Link Basic Electronics Lecture 32 - Comparator
Link Basic Electronics Lecture 33 - Large Signal Amplifiers
Link Basic Electronics Lecture 34 - Transformer Couple Power Amplifier
Link Basic Electronics Lecture 35 - Class AB Operations of Power Amplifier
Link Basic Electronics Lecture 36 - Power BJTs
Link Basic Electronics Lecture 37 - Regulated Power Supply
Link Basic Electronics Lecture 38 - Four Layered Diode
Link Basic Electronics Lecture 39 - Silicon Control Rectifier
Link Basic Electronics Lecture 40 - SCR Applications
Link NOC:VLSI Design Verification and Test Lecture 1 - Introduction - Part 1
Link NOC:VLSI Design Verification and Test Lecture 2 - Introduction - Part 2
Link NOC:VLSI Design Verification and Test Lecture 3 - Overview of VLSI Design Flow
Link NOC:VLSI Design Verification and Test Lecture 4 - High Level Synthesis Overview - Part 1
Link NOC:VLSI Design Verification and Test Lecture 5 - High Level Synthesis Overview - Part 2
Link NOC:VLSI Design Verification and Test Lecture 6 - Scheduling in HLS - Part 1
Link NOC:VLSI Design Verification and Test Lecture 7 - Scheduling in HLS - Part 2
Link NOC:VLSI Design Verification and Test Lecture 8 - Scheduling in HLS - Part 3
Link NOC:VLSI Design Verification and Test Lecture 9 - Scheduling in HLS - Part 4
Link NOC:VLSI Design Verification and Test Lecture 10 - Scheduling in HLS - Part 5
Link NOC:VLSI Design Verification and Test Lecture 11 - Scheduling in HLS - Part 6
Link NOC:VLSI Design Verification and Test Lecture 12 - Scheduling in HLS - Part 7
Link NOC:VLSI Design Verification and Test Lecture 13 - Resource Sharing and Binding in HLS - Part 1
Link NOC:VLSI Design Verification and Test Lecture 14 - Resource Sharing and Binding in HLS - Part 2
Link NOC:VLSI Design Verification and Test Lecture 15 - Resource Sharing and Binding in HLS - Part 3
Link NOC:VLSI Design Verification and Test Lecture 16 - Resource Sharing and Binding in HLS - Part 4
Link NOC:VLSI Design Verification and Test Lecture 17 - Resource Sharing and Binding in HLS - Part 5
Link NOC:VLSI Design Verification and Test Lecture 18 - Resource Sharing and Binding in HLS - Part 6
Link NOC:VLSI Design Verification and Test Lecture 19 - Resource Sharing and Binding in HLS - Part 7
Link NOC:VLSI Design Verification and Test Lecture 20 - Logic Synthesis - Part 1
Link NOC:VLSI Design Verification and Test Lecture 21 - Logic Synthesis - Part 2
Link NOC:VLSI Design Verification and Test Lecture 22 - Logic Synthesis - Part 3
Link NOC:VLSI Design Verification and Test Lecture 23 - Physical Design - Part 1
Link NOC:VLSI Design Verification and Test Lecture 24 - Physical Design - Part 2
Link NOC:VLSI Design Verification and Test Lecture 25 - Physical Design - Part 3
Link NOC:VLSI Design Verification and Test Lecture 26 - Introduction to formal methods for design verification
Link NOC:VLSI Design Verification and Test Lecture 27 - Temporal Logic: Introduction and Basic Operations on Temporal Logic
Link NOC:VLSI Design Verification and Test Lecture 28 - Syntax and Semantics of CLT
Link NOC:VLSI Design Verification and Test Lecture 29 - Syntax and semantics of CTL (Continued...)
Link NOC:VLSI Design Verification and Test Lecture 30 - Equivalences between CTL Formulas
Link NOC:VLSI Design Verification and Test Lecture 31 - Introduction to Model Checking
Link NOC:VLSI Design Verification and Test Lecture 32 - Model checking Algorithms
Link NOC:VLSI Design Verification and Test Lecture 33 - Model checking Algorithms (Continued...)
Link NOC:VLSI Design Verification and Test Lecture 34 - Model Checking with Fairness
Link NOC:VLSI Design Verification and Test Lecture 35 - Binary Decision Diagram: Introduction and Construction
Link NOC:VLSI Design Verification and Test Lecture 36 - Ordered Binary Decision Diagram (OBDD)
Link NOC:VLSI Design Verification and Test Lecture 37 - Operation On OBDD
Link NOC:VLSI Design Verification and Test Lecture 38 - OBDD for State Transition Systems E
Link NOC:VLSI Design Verification and Test Lecture 39 - Symbolic Model Checking
Link NOC:VLSI Design Verification and Test Lecture 40 - Introduction to Digital VLSI Testing
Link NOC:VLSI Design Verification and Test Lecture 41 - Functional and Structural Testing
Link NOC:VLSI Design Verification and Test Lecture 42 - Fault Equivalence
Link NOC:VLSI Design Verification and Test Lecture 43 - Fault Simulation - I
Link NOC:VLSI Design Verification and Test Lecture 44 - Fault Simulation - II
Link NOC:VLSI Design Verification and Test Lecture 45 - Fault Simulation - III
Link NOC:VLSI Design Verification and Test Lecture 46 - Testability Measures (SCOAP)
Link NOC:VLSI Design Verification and Test Lecture 47 - Introduction to Automatic Test Pattern Generation (ATPG) and ATPG Algebras
Link NOC:VLSI Design Verification and Test Lecture 48 - D-Algorithm - I
Link NOC:VLSI Design Verification and Test Lecture 49 - D-Algorithm - II
Link NOC:VLSI Design Verification and Test Lecture 50 - ATPG for Synchronous Sequential Circuits
Link NOC:VLSI Design Verification and Test Lecture 51 - Scan Chain based Sequential Circuit Testing - I
Link NOC:VLSI Design Verification and Test Lecture 52 - Scan Chain based Sequential Circuit Testing - II
Link NOC:VLSI Design Verification and Test Lecture 53 - BIST - I
Link NOC:VLSI Design Verification and Test Lecture 54 - BIST - II
Link Signals and Systems Lecture 1
Link Signals and Systems Lecture 2
Link Signals and Systems Lecture 3
Link Signals and Systems Lecture 4
Link Signals and Systems Lecture 5
Link Signals and Systems Lecture 6
Link Signals and Systems Lecture 7
Link Signals and Systems Lecture 8
Link Signals and Systems Lecture 9
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Link Signals and Systems Lecture 11
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Link Signals and Systems Lecture 13
Link Signals and Systems Lecture 14
Link Signals and Systems Lecture 15
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Link Signals and Systems Lecture 28
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Link Signals and Systems Lecture 32
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Link Signals and Systems Lecture 34
Link Signals and Systems Lecture 35
Link Signals and Systems Lecture 36
Link Signals and Systems Lecture 37
Link Signals and Systems Lecture 38
Link Signals and Systems Lecture 39
Link Signals and Systems Lecture 40
Link Signals and Systems Lecture 41
Link Signals and Systems Lecture 42
Link Signals and Systems Lecture 43
Link Signals and Systems Lecture 44
Link Signals and Systems Lecture 45
Link Advanced 3G and 4G Wireless Mobile Communications Lecture 1 - Introduction to 3G/4G Standards
Link Advanced 3G and 4G Wireless Mobile Communications Lecture 2 - Wireless Channel and Fading
Link Advanced 3G and 4G Wireless Mobile Communications Lecture 3 - Rayleigh Fading and BER of Wired Communication
Link Advanced 3G and 4G Wireless Mobile Communications Lecture 4 - BER for Wireless Communication
Link Advanced 3G and 4G Wireless Mobile Communications Lecture 5 - Introduction to Diversity
Link Advanced 3G and 4G Wireless Mobile Communications Lecture 6 - Multi-antenna Maximal Ratio Combiner
Link Advanced 3G and 4G Wireless Mobile Communications Lecture 7 - BER with Diversity
Link Advanced 3G and 4G Wireless Mobile Communications Lecture 8 - Spatial Diversity and Diversity Order
Link Advanced 3G and 4G Wireless Mobile Communications Lecture 9 - Wireless Channel and Delay Spread
Link Advanced 3G and 4G Wireless Mobile Communications Lecture 10 - Coherence Bandwidth of the Wireless Channel
Link Advanced 3G and 4G Wireless Mobile Communications Lecture 11 - ISI and Doppler in Wireless Communications
Link Advanced 3G and 4G Wireless Mobile Communications Lecture 12 - Doppler Spectrum and Jakes Model
Link Advanced 3G and 4G Wireless Mobile Communications Lecture 13 - Introduction to CDMA, Spread Spectrum and LFSR
Link Advanced 3G and 4G Wireless Mobile Communications Lecture 14 - Generation and Properties of PN Sequences
Link Advanced 3G and 4G Wireless Mobile Communications Lecture 15 - Correlation of PN Sequences and Jammer Margin
Link Advanced 3G and 4G Wireless Mobile Communications Lecture 16 - CDMA Advantages and RAKE Receiver
Link Advanced 3G and 4G Wireless Mobile Communications Lecture 17 - Multi-User CDMA Downlink Part I
Link Advanced 3G and 4G Wireless Mobile Communications Lecture 18 - Multi-User CDMA Downlink Part II
Link Advanced 3G and 4G Wireless Mobile Communications Lecture 19 - Multi-User CDMA Uplink and Asynchronous CDMA
Link Advanced 3G and 4G Wireless Mobile Communications Lecture 20 - CDMA Near-Far Problem and Introduction to MIMO
Link Advanced 3G and 4G Wireless Mobile Communications Lecture 21 - MIMO System Model and Zero-Forcing Receiver
Link Advanced 3G and 4G Wireless Mobile Communications Lecture 22 - MIMO MMSE Receiver and Introduction to SVD
Link Advanced 3G and 4G Wireless Mobile Communications Lecture 23 - SVD Based Optimal MIMO Transmission and Capacity
Link Advanced 3G and 4G Wireless Mobile Communications Lecture 24 - SVD Based Optimal MIMO Transmission and Capacity
Link Advanced 3G and 4G Wireless Mobile Communications Lecture 25 - OSTBCs and Introduction to V-BLAST Receiver
Link Advanced 3G and 4G Wireless Mobile Communications Lecture 26 - V-BLAST (Continued) and MIMO Beamforming
Link Advanced 3G and 4G Wireless Mobile Communications Lecture 27 - Introduction to OFDM and Multi-Carrier Modulation
Link Advanced 3G and 4G Wireless Mobile Communications Lecture 28 - IFFT Sampling for OFDM
Link Advanced 3G and 4G Wireless Mobile Communications Lecture 29 - OFDM Schematic and Cyclic Prefix
Link Advanced 3G and 4G Wireless Mobile Communications Lecture 30 - OFDM Based Parallelization and OFDM Example
Link Advanced 3G and 4G Wireless Mobile Communications Lecture 31 - OFDM Example (Continued) and Introduction to MIMO-OFDM
Link Advanced 3G and 4G Wireless Mobile Communications Lecture 32 - MIMO-OFDM (Continued)
Link Advanced 3G and 4G Wireless Mobile Communications Lecture 33 - Impact of Carrier Frequency Offset (CFO) in OFDM
Link Advanced 3G and 4G Wireless Mobile Communications Lecture 34 - PAPR in OFDM Systems and Introduction to SC-FDMA
Link Advanced 3G and 4G Wireless Mobile Communications Lecture 35 - SC-FDMA (Continued) and Introduction of Wireless Propagation Models
Link Advanced 3G and 4G Wireless Mobile Communications Lecture 36 - Ground Reflection and Okumura Models
Link Advanced 3G and 4G Wireless Mobile Communications Lecture 37 - Hata Model and Log Normal Shadowing
Link Advanced 3G and 4G Wireless Mobile Communications Lecture 38 - Link Budget Analysis
Link Advanced 3G and 4G Wireless Mobile Communications Lecture 39 - Introduction to Teletraffic Theory
Link Advanced 3G and 4G Wireless Mobile Communications Lecture 40 - Cellular Traffic Modeling and Blocking Probability
Link Digital Switching Lecture 1 - Digital Switching
Link Digital Switching Lecture 2 - Digital Switching
Link Digital Switching Lecture 3 - Digital Switching
Link Digital Switching Lecture 4 - Digital Switching
Link Digital Switching Lecture 5 - Digital Switching
Link Digital Switching Lecture 6 - Digital Switching
Link Digital Switching Lecture 7 - Digital Switching
Link Digital Switching Lecture 8 - Digital Switching
Link Digital Switching Lecture 9 - Digital Switching
Link Digital Switching Lecture 10 - Digital Switching
Link Digital Switching Lecture 11 - Digital Switching
Link Digital Switching Lecture 12 - Digital Switching
Link Digital Switching Lecture 13 - Digital Switching
Link Digital Switching Lecture 14 - Digital Switching
Link Digital Switching Lecture 15 - Digital Switching
Link Digital Switching Lecture 16 - Digital Switching
Link Digital Switching Lecture 17 - Digital Switching
Link Digital Switching Lecture 18 - Digital Switching
Link Digital Switching Lecture 19 - Digital Switching
Link Digital Switching Lecture 20 - Digital Switching
Link Digital Switching Lecture 21 - Digital Switching
Link Digital Switching Lecture 22 - Digital Switching
Link Digital Switching Lecture 23 - Digital Switching
Link Digital Switching Lecture 24 - Digital Switching
Link Digital Switching Lecture 25 - Digital Switching
Link Digital Switching Lecture 26 - Digital Switching
Link Digital Switching Lecture 27 - Digital Switching
Link Digital Switching Lecture 28 - Digital Switching
Link Digital Switching Lecture 29 - Digital Switching
Link Digital Switching Lecture 30 - Digital Switching
Link Digital Switching Lecture 31 - Digital Switching
Link Digital Switching Lecture 32 - Digital Switching
Link Digital Switching Lecture 33 - Digital Switching
Link Digital Switching Lecture 34 - Digital Switching
Link Digital Switching Lecture 35 - Digital Switching
Link Digital Switching Lecture 36 - Digital Switching
Link Digital Switching Lecture 37 - Digital Switching
Link NOC:Principles of Modern CDMA-MIMO-OFDM Wireless Communications Lecture 1 - Evolution of Wireless Communication Technologies
Link NOC:Principles of Modern CDMA-MIMO-OFDM Wireless Communications Lecture 2 - Modeling Wireless Channel
Link NOC:Principles of Modern CDMA-MIMO-OFDM Wireless Communications Lecture 3 - Wireless Fading Channel Model
Link NOC:Principles of Modern CDMA-MIMO-OFDM Wireless Communications Lecture 4 - Fading Channel Distribution
Link NOC:Principles of Modern CDMA-MIMO-OFDM Wireless Communications Lecture 5 - Rayleigh Fading Channel
Link NOC:Principles of Modern CDMA-MIMO-OFDM Wireless Communications Lecture 6 - Bit Error Rate (BER) Performance
Link NOC:Principles of Modern CDMA-MIMO-OFDM Wireless Communications Lecture 7 - Bit Error Rate (BER) of AWGN Channels
Link NOC:Principles of Modern CDMA-MIMO-OFDM Wireless Communications Lecture 8 - Bit Error Rate of Rayleigh Fading Wireless Channel
Link NOC:Principles of Modern CDMA-MIMO-OFDM Wireless Communications Lecture 9 - Exact BER Expression for Rayleigh Fading Wireless Channel
Link NOC:Principles of Modern CDMA-MIMO-OFDM Wireless Communications Lecture 10 - Deep Fade Analysis of Wireless Communication
Link NOC:Principles of Modern CDMA-MIMO-OFDM Wireless Communications Lecture 11 - Principle of Diversity
Link NOC:Principles of Modern CDMA-MIMO-OFDM Wireless Communications Lecture 12 - Multiple Antenna Diversity
Link NOC:Principles of Modern CDMA-MIMO-OFDM Wireless Communications Lecture 13 - Maximal-Ratio Combining
Link NOC:Principles of Modern CDMA-MIMO-OFDM Wireless Communications Lecture 14 - BER of Multiple Antenna Wireless Systems
Link NOC:Principles of Modern CDMA-MIMO-OFDM Wireless Communications Lecture 15 - Approximate BER for Multiple Antenna Wireless System
Link NOC:Principles of Modern CDMA-MIMO-OFDM Wireless Communications Lecture 16 - Examples for BER of Wireless Communication
Link NOC:Principles of Modern CDMA-MIMO-OFDM Wireless Communications Lecture 17 - Deep Fade in Multi Antenna Systems
Link NOC:Principles of Modern CDMA-MIMO-OFDM Wireless Communications Lecture 18 - Intuition for Deep Fade in Multi-Antenna System
Link NOC:Principles of Modern CDMA-MIMO-OFDM Wireless Communications Lecture 19 - Definition of Diversity Order
Link NOC:Principles of Modern CDMA-MIMO-OFDM Wireless Communications Lecture 20 - Max Delay Spread
Link NOC:Principles of Modern CDMA-MIMO-OFDM Wireless Communications Lecture 21 - RMS Delay Spread
Link NOC:Principles of Modern CDMA-MIMO-OFDM Wireless Communications Lecture 22 - Delay Spread and Inter Symbol Interference
Link NOC:Principles of Modern CDMA-MIMO-OFDM Wireless Communications Lecture 23 - Coherence Bandwidth of Wireless Channel
Link NOC:Principles of Modern CDMA-MIMO-OFDM Wireless Communications Lecture 24 - Mobility and Doppler Effect in Wireless Channels
Link NOC:Principles of Modern CDMA-MIMO-OFDM Wireless Communications Lecture 25 - Imapact of Doppler Effect on Wireless Channel
Link NOC:Principles of Modern CDMA-MIMO-OFDM Wireless Communications Lecture 26 - Introduction to Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA)
Link NOC:Principles of Modern CDMA-MIMO-OFDM Wireless Communications Lecture 27 - Chip Time and Bandwidth Expansion in CDMA
Link NOC:Principles of Modern CDMA-MIMO-OFDM Wireless Communications Lecture 28 - Code Generation for CDMA
Link NOC:Principles of Modern CDMA-MIMO-OFDM Wireless Communications Lecture 29 - CDMA Codes: Properties of PN Sequences
Link NOC:Principles of Modern CDMA-MIMO-OFDM Wireless Communications Lecture 30 - BER of CDMA Systems
Link NOC:Principles of Modern CDMA-MIMO-OFDM Wireless Communications Lecture 31 - Analysis of Multi-user CDMA
Link NOC:Principles of Modern CDMA-MIMO-OFDM Wireless Communications Lecture 32 - Multipath Diversity in CDMA Systems
Link NOC:Principles of Modern CDMA-MIMO-OFDM Wireless Communications Lecture 33 - Near-Far Problem in CDMA
Link NOC:Principles of Modern CDMA-MIMO-OFDM Wireless Communications Lecture 34 - Multiple Input Multiple Output (MIMO) Systems
Link NOC:Principles of Modern CDMA-MIMO-OFDM Wireless Communications Lecture 35 - Examples of MIMO Systems
Link NOC:Principles of Modern CDMA-MIMO-OFDM Wireless Communications Lecture 36 - MIMO Receivers
Link NOC:Principles of Modern CDMA-MIMO-OFDM Wireless Communications Lecture 37 - BER Performance of ZF Receiver
Link NOC:Principles of Modern CDMA-MIMO-OFDM Wireless Communications Lecture 38 - Transmit Beamforming in MISO Systems
Link NOC:Principles of Modern CDMA-MIMO-OFDM Wireless Communications Lecture 39 - Alamouti Code and Space-Time Block Codes
Link NOC:Principles of Modern CDMA-MIMO-OFDM Wireless Communications Lecture 40 - BER of Alamouti Coded System
Link NOC:Principles of Modern CDMA-MIMO-OFDM Wireless Communications Lecture 41 - Singular Value Decomposition (SVD)
Link NOC:Principles of Modern CDMA-MIMO-OFDM Wireless Communications Lecture 42 - SVD in MIMO
Link NOC:Principles of Modern CDMA-MIMO-OFDM Wireless Communications Lecture 43 - Capacity of MIMO Wireless Systems
Link NOC:Principles of Modern CDMA-MIMO-OFDM Wireless Communications Lecture 44 - SVD based MIMO Transmission
Link NOC:Principles of Modern CDMA-MIMO-OFDM Wireless Communications Lecture 45 - Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (OFDM)
Link NOC:Principles of Modern CDMA-MIMO-OFDM Wireless Communications Lecture 46 - Transmission in Multicarrier Systems
Link NOC:Principles of Modern CDMA-MIMO-OFDM Wireless Communications Lecture 47 - FFT/IFFT Processing in OFDM
Link NOC:Principles of Modern CDMA-MIMO-OFDM Wireless Communications Lecture 48 - Cyclic Prefix in OFDM Systems
Link NOC:Principles of Modern CDMA-MIMO-OFDM Wireless Communications Lecture 49 - Schematic Represntation of OFDM Transmitter and Receiver
Link NOC:Principles of Modern CDMA-MIMO-OFDM Wireless Communications Lecture 50 - BER Performance of OFDM Systems
Link NOC:Probability and Random Variables, Processes for Wireless Communications Lecture 1 - Basics - Sample Space and Events
Link NOC:Probability and Random Variables, Processes for Wireless Communications Lecture 2 - Axioms of Probability
Link NOC:Probability and Random Variables, Processes for Wireless Communications Lecture 3 - Conditional Probability - Mary-PAM Example
Link NOC:Probability and Random Variables, Processes for Wireless Communications Lecture 4 - Independent Events - Mary-PAM Example
Link NOC:Probability and Random Variables, Processes for Wireless Communications Lecture 5 - Independent Events - Block Transmission Example
Link NOC:Probability and Random Variables, Processes for Wireless Communications Lecture 6 - Independent Events - Multiantenna Fading Example
Link NOC:Probability and Random Variables, Processes for Wireless Communications Lecture 7 - Bayes Theorem and Aposteriori Probabilities
Link NOC:Probability and Random Variables, Processes for Wireless Communications Lecture 8 - Maximum Aposteriori Probability (MAP) Receiver
Link NOC:Probability and Random Variables, Processes for Wireless Communications Lecture 9 - Random Variables, Probability Density Function (PDF)
Link NOC:Probability and Random Variables, Processes for Wireless Communications Lecture 10 - Application: Power of Fading Wireless Channel
Link NOC:Probability and Random Variables, Processes for Wireless Communications Lecture 11 - Mean, Variance of Random Variables
Link NOC:Probability and Random Variables, Processes for Wireless Communications Lecture 12 - Application: Average Delay and RMS Delay Spread of Wireless Channel
Link NOC:Probability and Random Variables, Processes for Wireless Communications Lecture 13 - Transformation of Random Variables and Rayleigh Fading Wireless Channel
Link NOC:Probability and Random Variables, Processes for Wireless Communications Lecture 14 - Gaussian Random Variable and Linear Transformation
Link NOC:Probability and Random Variables, Processes for Wireless Communications Lecture 15 - Special Case: IID Gaussian Random Variables
Link NOC:Probability and Random Variables, Processes for Wireless Communications Lecture 16 - Application: Array Processing and Array Gain with Uniform Linear Arrays
Link NOC:Probability and Random Variables, Processes for Wireless Communications Lecture 17 - Random Processes and Wide Sense Stationarity (WSS)
Link NOC:Probability and Random Variables, Processes for Wireless Communications Lecture 18 - WSS Example Narrowband Wireless Signal with Random Phase
Link NOC:Probability and Random Variables, Processes for Wireless Communications Lecture 19 - Power Spectral Density (PSD) for WSS Random Process
Link NOC:Probability and Random Variables, Processes for Wireless Communications Lecture 20 - PSD Application in Wireless Bandwidth Required for Signal Transmission
Link NOC:Probability and Random Variables, Processes for Wireless Communications Lecture 21 - Transmission of WSS Random Process Through LTI System
Link NOC:Probability and Random Variables, Processes for Wireless Communications Lecture 22 - Special Random Processes Gaussian Process and White Noise AWGN Communication Channel
Link NOC:Probability and Random Variables, Processes for Wireless Communications Lecture 23 - Gaussian Process Through LTI System Example: WGN Through RC Low Pass Fillter Not Started
Link NOC:Estimation for Wireless Communications, MIMO, OFDM Cellular and Sensor Networks Lecture 1 - Basics - Sensor Network and Noisy Observation Model
Link NOC:Estimation for Wireless Communications, MIMO, OFDM Cellular and Sensor Networks Lecture 2 - Likelihood Function and Maximum Likelihood (ML) Estimate
Link NOC:Estimation for Wireless Communications, MIMO, OFDM Cellular and Sensor Networks Lecture 3 - Properties of Maximum Likelihood (ML) Estimate Mean and Unbiasedness
Link NOC:Estimation for Wireless Communications, MIMO, OFDM Cellular and Sensor Networks Lecture 4 - Properties of Maximum Likelihood (ML) Estimate Variance and Spread Around Mean
Link NOC:Estimation for Wireless Communications, MIMO, OFDM Cellular and Sensor Networks Lecture 5 - Reliability of the Maximum Likelihood (ML) Estimate Number of Samples Required
Link NOC:Estimation for Wireless Communications, MIMO, OFDM Cellular and Sensor Networks Lecture 6 - Estimation of Complex Parameters Symmetric Zero Mean Complex Gaussian Noise
Link NOC:Estimation for Wireless Communications, MIMO, OFDM Cellular and Sensor Networks Lecture 7 - Wireless Fading Channel Estimation Pilot Symbols and Likelihood Function
Link NOC:Estimation for Wireless Communications, MIMO, OFDM Cellular and Sensor Networks Lecture 8 - Wireless Fading Channel Estimation Pilot Training based Maximum Likelihood ML Estimate
Link NOC:Estimation for Wireless Communications, MIMO, OFDM Cellular and Sensor Networks Lecture 9 - Wireless Fading Channel Estimation Mean and Variance of Pilot Training Based Maximum Likelihood
Link NOC:Estimation for Wireless Communications, MIMO, OFDM Cellular and Sensor Networks Lecture 10 - Example Wireless Fading Channel Estimation for Downlink Mobile Communication
Link NOC:Estimation for Wireless Communications, MIMO, OFDM Cellular and Sensor Networks Lecture 11 - Cramer Rao Bound (CRB) for Parameter Estimation
Link NOC:Estimation for Wireless Communications, MIMO, OFDM Cellular and Sensor Networks Lecture 12 - Cramer Rao Bound CRB Example Wireless Sensor Network
Link NOC:Estimation for Wireless Communications, MIMO, OFDM Cellular and Sensor Networks Lecture 13 - Vector Parameter Estimation System Model for Multi Antenna Downlink Channel Estimation
Link NOC:Estimation for Wireless Communications, MIMO, OFDM Cellular and Sensor Networks Lecture 14 - Likelihood Function and Least Squares Cost Function for Vector Parameter Estimation
Link NOC:Estimation for Wireless Communications, MIMO, OFDM Cellular and Sensor Networks Lecture 15 - Least Squares Cost Function for Vector Parameter Estimation Vector Derivative Gradient
Link NOC:Estimation for Wireless Communications, MIMO, OFDM Cellular and Sensor Networks Lecture 16 - Least Squares Solution Maximum Likelihood ML Estimate Pseudo Inverse
Link NOC:Estimation for Wireless Communications, MIMO, OFDM Cellular and Sensor Networks Lecture 17 - Properties of Least Squares Estimate Mean Covariance and Distribution
Link NOC:Estimation for Wireless Communications, MIMO, OFDM Cellular and Sensor Networks Lecture 18 - Least Squares Multi Antenna Downlink Maximum Likelihood Channel Estimation
Link NOC:Estimation for Wireless Communications, MIMO, OFDM Cellular and Sensor Networks Lecture 19 - Multiple Input Multiple Output MIMO Channel Estimation Least Squares Maximum Likelihood ML
Link NOC:Estimation for Wireless Communications, MIMO, OFDM Cellular and Sensor Networks Lecture 20 - Example Least Squares Multiple Input Multiple Output MIMO Channel Estimation
Link NOC:Estimation for Wireless Communications, MIMO, OFDM Cellular and Sensor Networks Lecture 21 - Channel Equalization and Inter Symbol Interference ISI Model
Link NOC:Estimation for Wireless Communications, MIMO, OFDM Cellular and Sensor Networks Lecture 22 - Least Squares based Zero Forcing Channel Equalizer
Link NOC:Estimation for Wireless Communications, MIMO, OFDM Cellular and Sensor Networks Lecture 23 - Example of ISI Channel and Least Squares based Zero Forcing
Link NOC:Estimation for Wireless Communications, MIMO, OFDM Cellular and Sensor Networks Lecture 24 - Equalization and Approximation Error for Zero Forcing Channel Equalizer
Link NOC:Estimation for Wireless Communications, MIMO, OFDM Cellular and Sensor Networks Lecture 25 - Example Equalization and Approximation Error for Zero Forcing Channel Equalizer
Link NOC:Estimation for Wireless Communications, MIMO, OFDM Cellular and Sensor Networks Lecture 26 - Introduction to Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing OFDM Cyclic Prefix CP and Circular Convolution
Link NOC:Estimation for Wireless Communications, MIMO, OFDM Cellular and Sensor Networks Lecture 27 - Introduction to Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing OFDM FFT at Receiver and Flat Fading
Link NOC:Estimation for Wireless Communications, MIMO, OFDM Cellular and Sensor Networks Lecture 28 - Channel Estimation Across Each Subcarrier in Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing OFDM
Link NOC:Estimation for Wireless Communications, MIMO, OFDM Cellular and Sensor Networks Lecture 29 - Example Orthogonal Frequency Division Mulltiplexing OFDM Transmission of Samples with Cyclic Prefix
Link NOC:Estimation for Wireless Communications, MIMO, OFDM Cellular and Sensor Networks Lecture 30 - Example Orthogonal Frequency Division Mulltiplexing OFDM FFT at Receiver and Channel Estimation
Link NOC:Estimation for Wireless Communications, MIMO, OFDM Cellular and Sensor Networks Lecture 31 - Comb Type Pilot CTP Based Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing OFDM Channel Estimation
Link NOC:Estimation for Wireless Communications, MIMO, OFDM Cellular and Sensor Networks Lecture 32 - Comb Type Pilot CTP Based Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing OFDM Channel Estimation
Link NOC:Estimation for Wireless Communications, MIMO, OFDM Cellular and Sensor Networks Lecture 33 - Example Comb Type Pilot CTP Based Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing OFDM Channel
Link NOC:Estimation for Wireless Communications, MIMO, OFDM Cellular and Sensor Networks Lecture 34 - Frequency Domain Equalization FDE for Inter Symbol Interference ISI Removal in Wireless System
Link NOC:Estimation for Wireless Communications, MIMO, OFDM Cellular and Sensor Networks Lecture 35 - Example Frequency Domain Equalization FDE for Inter Symbol Interference ISI Removal in Wireless Channels
Link NOC:Estimation for Wireless Communications, MIMO, OFDM Cellular and Sensor Networks Lecture 36 - Example Frequency Domain Equalization FDE for Inter Symbol Interference ISI Removal in Wireless Channels
Link NOC:Estimation for Wireless Communications, MIMO, OFDM Cellular and Sensor Networks Lecture 37 - Introduction to Sequential Estimation Application in Wireless Channel Estimation
Link NOC:Estimation for Wireless Communications, MIMO, OFDM Cellular and Sensor Networks Lecture 38 - Sequential Estimation of Wireless Channel Coefficient Estimate and Variance Update Equation
Link NOC:Estimation for Wireless Communications, MIMO, OFDM Cellular and Sensor Networks Lecture 39 - Example Sequential Estimation of Wireless Channel Coefficient
Link NOC:Error Control Coding - An Introduction to Convolutional Codes Lecture 1 - Introduction to Error Coding - I
Link NOC:Error Control Coding - An Introduction to Convolutional Codes Lecture 2 - Introduction to Error Coding - II
Link NOC:Error Control Coding - An Introduction to Convolutional Codes Lecture 3 - Introduction to Error Control Coding - III
Link NOC:Error Control Coding - An Introduction to Convolutional Codes Lecture 4 - Introduction to Convolutional Codes - I: Encoding
Link NOC:Error Control Coding - An Introduction to Convolutional Codes Lecture 5 - Introduction to Convolutional Codes - II: State Diagram, Trellis Diagram
Link NOC:Error Control Coding - An Introduction to Convolutional Codes Lecture 6 - Convolutional Codes: Classification, Realization
Link NOC:Error Control Coding - An Introduction to Convolutional Codes Lecture 7 - Convolutional Codes:Distance Properties
Link NOC:Error Control Coding - An Introduction to Convolutional Codes Lecture 8 - Decoding of Convolutional Codes - I: Viterbi Algorithm
Link NOC:Error Control Coding - An Introduction to Convolutional Codes Lecture 9 - Decoding of Convolutional Codes - II: BCJR Algorithm
Link NOC:Error Control Coding - An Introduction to Convolutional Codes Lecture 10 - Problem Solving Session - I
Link NOC:Error Control Coding - An Introduction to Convolutional Codes Lecture 11 - Problem Solving Session - II
Link NOC:Error Control Coding - An Introduction to Convolutional Codes Lecture 12 - Performance Bounds for Convolutional Codes
Link NOC:Error Control Coding - An Introduction to Convolutional Codes Lecture 13 - Turbo Codes
Link NOC:Error Control Coding - An Introduction to Convolutional Codes Lecture 14 - Turbo Decoding
Link NOC:Error Control Coding - An Introduction to Convolutional Codes Lecture 15 - Convergence of Turbo Codes
Link NOC:Error Control Coding - An Introduction to Convolutional Codes Lecture 16 - Applications of Convolutional Codes
Link NOC:Error Control Coding - An Introduction to Convolutional Codes Lecture 17 - Problem Solving Sessions - III
Link NOC:Error Control Coding - An Introduction to Linear Block code Lecture 1 - Introduction to Error Control Coding - I
Link NOC:Error Control Coding - An Introduction to Linear Block code Lecture 2 - Introduction to Error Control Coding - II
Link NOC:Error Control Coding - An Introduction to Linear Block code Lecture 3 - Introduction to Error Control Coding - III
Link NOC:Error Control Coding - An Introduction to Linear Block code Lecture 4 - Introduction to Linear Block Codes, Generator Matrix and Parity Check Matrix
Link NOC:Error Control Coding - An Introduction to Linear Block code Lecture 5 - Syndrome, Error Correction and Error Detection
Link NOC:Error Control Coding - An Introduction to Linear Block code Lecture 6 - Problem Solving Session - I
Link NOC:Error Control Coding - An Introduction to Linear Block code Lecture 7 - Decoding of Linear Block Codes
Link NOC:Error Control Coding - An Introduction to Linear Block code Lecture 8 - Distance Properties of Linear Block Codes - I
Link NOC:Error Control Coding - An Introduction to Linear Block code Lecture 9 - Distance Properties of Linear Block Codes - II
Link NOC:Error Control Coding - An Introduction to Linear Block code Lecture 10 - Problem Solving Session - II
Link NOC:Error Control Coding - An Introduction to Linear Block code Lecture 11 - Some Simple Linear Block Codes - I
Link NOC:Error Control Coding - An Introduction to Linear Block code Lecture 12 - Some Simple Linear Block Codes - II: Reed Muller Codes
Link NOC:Error Control Coding - An Introduction to Linear Block code Lecture 13 - Bounds on the Size of a Code
Link NOC:Error Control Coding - An Introduction to Linear Block code Lecture 14 - Problem Solving Session - III
Link NOC:Error Control Coding - An Introduction to Linear Block code Lecture 15 - Low Density Parity Check Codes
Link NOC:Error Control Coding - An Introduction to Linear Block code Lecture 16 - Decoding of Low Density Parity Check Codes - I
Link NOC:Error Control Coding - An Introduction to Linear Block code Lecture 17 - Decoding of Low Density Parity Check Codes - II: Belief Propagation Algorithm
Link NOC:Error Control Coding - An Introduction to Linear Block code Lecture 18 - Applications of Linear Block Codes
Link NOC:Bayesian, MMSE Estimation for Wireless Communications MIMO, OFDM Cellular and Sensor Networks Lecture 1 - Basics Introduction to Bayesian Minimum Mean Squared Error
Link NOC:Bayesian, MMSE Estimation for Wireless Communications MIMO, OFDM Cellular and Sensor Networks Lecture 2 - Optimal Bayesian Minimum Mean Squared Error (MMSE) Estimate
Link NOC:Bayesian, MMSE Estimation for Wireless Communications MIMO, OFDM Cellular and Sensor Networks Lecture 3 - Derivation of Minimum Mean Squared Error MMSE Estimate for Gaussian Parameter Part I
Link NOC:Bayesian, MMSE Estimation for Wireless Communications MIMO, OFDM Cellular and Sensor Networks Lecture 4 - Derivation of Minimum Mean Squared Error MMSE Estimate for Gaussian Parameter Part II
Link NOC:Bayesian, MMSE Estimation for Wireless Communications MIMO, OFDM Cellular and Sensor Networks Lecture 5 - Derivation of Minimum Mean Squared Error (MMSE) Estimate for Gaussian Parameter Non-Zero Mean and Vector Parameter / Observation
Link NOC:Bayesian, MMSE Estimation for Wireless Communications MIMO, OFDM Cellular and Sensor Networks Lecture 6 - Minimum Mean Squared Error MMSE Estimation Application Wireless Sensor Network
Link NOC:Bayesian, MMSE Estimation for Wireless Communications MIMO, OFDM Cellular and Sensor Networks Lecture 7 - Simplification and Example of Minimum Mean Squared Error MMSE Estimate for Wireless Sensor Networks
Link NOC:Bayesian, MMSE Estimation for Wireless Communications MIMO, OFDM Cellular and Sensor Networks Lecture 8 - Minimum Mean Squared Error MMSE Estimation Application Wireless Fading Channel Estimation
Link NOC:Bayesian, MMSE Estimation for Wireless Communications MIMO, OFDM Cellular and Sensor Networks Lecture 9 - Simplification and Example of Minimum Mean Squared Error MMSE Estimate for Wireless Fading Channel
Link NOC:Bayesian, MMSE Estimation for Wireless Communications MIMO, OFDM Cellular and Sensor Networks Lecture 10 - Minimum Mean Squared Error MMSE for Wireless Sensor Network WSN Derivation and Example
Link NOC:Bayesian, MMSE Estimation for Wireless Communications MIMO, OFDM Cellular and Sensor Networks Lecture 11 - Reliability of Minimum Mean Squared Error MMSE Estimate Part I
Link NOC:Bayesian, MMSE Estimation for Wireless Communications MIMO, OFDM Cellular and Sensor Networks Lecture 12 - Reliability of Minimum Mean Squared Error MMSE Estimate Part II
Link NOC:Bayesian, MMSE Estimation for Wireless Communications MIMO, OFDM Cellular and Sensor Networks Lecture 13 - Minimum Mean Squared Error MMSE for Wireless Fading Channel Estimation Derivation
Link NOC:Bayesian, MMSE Estimation for Wireless Communications MIMO, OFDM Cellular and Sensor Networks Lecture 14 - Minimum Mean Squared Error (MMSE) for Wireless Fading Channel Estimation Example and Properties of Complex Channel Coefficient Estimate
Link NOC:Bayesian, MMSE Estimation for Wireless Communications MIMO, OFDM Cellular and Sensor Networks Lecture 15 - Linear Minimum Mean Squared Error LMMSE Estimate Derivation Part I
Link NOC:Bayesian, MMSE Estimation for Wireless Communications MIMO, OFDM Cellular and Sensor Networks Lecture 16 - Linear Minimum Mean Squared Error LMMSE Estimate Derivation Part II
Link NOC:Bayesian, MMSE Estimation for Wireless Communications MIMO, OFDM Cellular and Sensor Networks Lecture 17 - Vector Parameter Estimation System Model for Multi-Antenna Downlink Channel Estimation
Link NOC:Bayesian, MMSE Estimation for Wireless Communications MIMO, OFDM Cellular and Sensor Networks Lecture 18 - Linear Minimum Mean Squared Error LMMSE Estimate for Multi Antenna Downlink Wireless Channel - Part I
Link NOC:Bayesian, MMSE Estimation for Wireless Communications MIMO, OFDM Cellular and Sensor Networks Lecture 19 - Linear Minimum Mean Squared Error LMMSE Estimate for Multi Antenna Downlink Wireless Channel - Part II
Link NOC:Bayesian, MMSE Estimation for Wireless Communications MIMO, OFDM Cellular and Sensor Networks Lecture 20 - Example of Linear Minimum Mean Squared Error LMMSE Estimation for Multi Antenna Downlink Wireless Channel
Link NOC:Bayesian, MMSE Estimation for Wireless Communications MIMO, OFDM Cellular and Sensor Networks Lecture 21 - Derivation and Example of Error Covariance of Multi Antenna LMMSE Channel Estimation
Link NOC:Bayesian, MMSE Estimation for Wireless Communications MIMO, OFDM Cellular and Sensor Networks Lecture 22 - System Model for Multiple Input Multiple Output MIMO Downlink Wireless Channel Estimation
Link NOC:Bayesian, MMSE Estimation for Wireless Communications MIMO, OFDM Cellular and Sensor Networks Lecture 23 - Channel/ Noise Statistics for Multiple-Input Multiple-Output (MIMO) Downlink Wireless Channel Estimation
Link NOC:Bayesian, MMSE Estimation for Wireless Communications MIMO, OFDM Cellular and Sensor Networks Lecture 24 - LMMSE/ MMSE Estimation for Multiple-Input Multiple-Output(MIMO) Downlink Wireless Channel Estimation
Link NOC:Bayesian, MMSE Estimation for Wireless Communications MIMO, OFDM Cellular and Sensor Networks Lecture 25 - Example of LMMSE/ MMSE Estimation for Multiple-Input Multiple-Output (MIMO) Downlink Wireless Channel Estimation
Link NOC:Bayesian, MMSE Estimation for Wireless Communications MIMO, OFDM Cellular and Sensor Networks Lecture 26 - Introduction and system model for equalization
Link NOC:Bayesian, MMSE Estimation for Wireless Communications MIMO, OFDM Cellular and Sensor Networks Lecture 27 - Linear Minimum Mean Square Error (LMMSE) Channel Equalization
Link NOC:Bayesian, MMSE Estimation for Wireless Communications MIMO, OFDM Cellular and Sensor Networks Lecture 28 - Error for LMMSE Channel Equalizer and Example of LMMSE Channel Equalization
Link NOC:Bayesian, MMSE Estimation for Wireless Communications MIMO, OFDM Cellular and Sensor Networks Lecture 29 - Example of Linear Minimum Mean Square Error (LMMSE) Channel Equalization
Link NOC:Bayesian, MMSE Estimation for Wireless Communications MIMO, OFDM Cellular and Sensor Networks Lecture 30 - Introduction and system model for OFDM
Link NOC:Bayesian, MMSE Estimation for Wireless Communications MIMO, OFDM Cellular and Sensor Networks Lecture 31 - System model for OFDMl, IFFT/ FFT Operations
Link NOC:Bayesian, MMSE Estimation for Wireless Communications MIMO, OFDM Cellular and Sensor Networks Lecture 32 - LMMSE Estimation for OFDM
Link NOC:Bayesian, MMSE Estimation for Wireless Communications MIMO, OFDM Cellular and Sensor Networks Lecture 33 - Estimate and Error variance of LMMSE Estimate
Link NOC:Bayesian, MMSE Estimation for Wireless Communications MIMO, OFDM Cellular and Sensor Networks Lecture 34 - Example of OFDM
Link NOC:Bayesian, MMSE Estimation for Wireless Communications MIMO, OFDM Cellular and Sensor Networks Lecture 35 - Example of LMMSE estimate and Error variance for OFDM
Link NOC:Optical communications Lecture 1 - Overview of Fiber-optic communications
Link NOC:Optical communications Lecture 2 - Optical Transmitter - I
Link NOC:Optical communications Lecture 3 - Optical Transmitter - I (Continued...)
Link NOC:Optical communications Lecture 4 - Optical Transmitter - II
Link NOC:Optical communications Lecture 5 - Optical Transmitter - II (Continued...)
Link NOC:Optical communications Lecture 6 - Intensity modulation
Link NOC:Optical communications Lecture 7 - Review of Signals and Representations - I
Link NOC:Optical communications Lecture 8 - Review of Signals and Representations - II
Link NOC:Optical communications Lecture 9 - Digital Modulation - I
Link NOC:Optical communications Lecture 10 - Review of Signals and Representations - III
Link NOC:Optical communications Lecture 11 - Review of Signals and Representations - IV
Link NOC:Optical communications Lecture 12 - Digital Modulation - II
Link NOC:Optical communications Lecture 13 - Digital Modulation - II (Continued...)
Link NOC:Optical communications Lecture 14 - Digital Modulation - III
Link NOC:Optical communications Lecture 15 - Optical receivers - I
Link NOC:Optical communications Lecture 16 - Optical receivers - II
Link NOC:Optical communications Lecture 17 - Optical Modulator : Physical Structure
Link NOC:Optical communications Lecture 18 - Propagation of Electromagnetic wave
Link NOC:Optical communications Lecture 19 - Review of EM Theory
Link NOC:Optical communications Lecture 20 - Reflection of Waves
Link NOC:Optical communications Lecture 21 - Optical fiber - I
Link NOC:Optical communications Lecture 22 - Optical fiber - II
Link NOC:Optical communications Lecture 23 - Modes in Optical fiber - I
Link NOC:Optical communications Lecture 24 - Modes in Optical fiber - I (Continued...)
Link NOC:Optical communications Lecture 25 - Modes in Optical fiber - II
Link NOC:Optical communications Lecture 26 - Dispersion in Fibers
Link NOC:Optical communications Lecture 27 - Dispersion in Fibers (Continued...)
Link NOC:Optical communications Lecture 28 - Wrapping up fiber parameters
Link NOC:Optical communications Lecture 29 - System Design - I
Link NOC:Optical communications Lecture 30 - Passive WDM components - I
Link NOC:Optical communications Lecture 31 - Passive WDM components - II
Link NOC:Optical communications Lecture 32 - Detection of light
Link NOC:Optical communications Lecture 33 - Detection of light (Continued...)
Link NOC:Optical communications Lecture 34 - Response time and Noise in Detectors
Link NOC:Optical communications Lecture 35 - Noise in photodiodes - I Edit Lesson
Link NOC:Optical communications Lecture 36 - Noise in photodiodes - II
Link NOC:Optical communications Lecture 37 - Light sources - I
Link NOC:Optical communications Lecture 38 - Light sources - II Edit Lesson
Link NOC:Optical communications Lecture 39 - Semiconductor laser diodes
Link NOC:Optical communications Lecture 40 - Optical communication:Pulse shape and BW
Link NOC:Optical communications Lecture 41 - Power spectral density
Link NOC:Optical communications Lecture 42 - Power spectral density (Continued...)
Link NOC:Optical communications Lecture 43 - Advantage of coherent receiver
Link NOC:Optical communications Lecture 44 - Dispersion induced limitations
Link NOC:Optical communications Lecture 45 - Optical amplifiers - I
Link NOC:Optical communications Lecture 46 - Optical amplifiers - II
Link NOC:Optical communications Lecture 47 - Noise in optical amplifiers
Link NOC:Optical communications Lecture 48 - Noise in optical amplifiers (Continued...)
Link NOC:Optical communications Lecture 49 - ASE induced limitations
Link NOC:Optical communications Lecture 50 - Determining BER in OOK system
Link NOC:Optical communications Lecture 51 - BER determination
Link NOC:Optical communications Lecture 52 - Eye diagram and Higher modulation techniques Edit Lesson
Link NOC:Optical communications Lecture 53 - Higher modulation techniques (Continued...)
Link NOC:Optical communications Lecture 54 - Optical OFDM
Link NOC:Digital Switching-I Lecture 1 - Introduction to Telephony and Networks
Link NOC:Digital Switching-I Lecture 2 - Strowger Automatic Exchange
Link NOC:Digital Switching-I Lecture 3 - Crossbar Switching
Link NOC:Digital Switching-I Lecture 4 - Logic Circuit for Crosspoint Operation
Link NOC:Digital Switching-I Lecture 5 - Introduction to Multistage Interconnection Networks
Link NOC:Digital Switching-I Lecture 6 - Blocking probability of crossbar switches
Link NOC:Digital Switching-I Lecture 7 - Call congestion and time congestio
Link NOC:Digital Switching-I Lecture 8 - Clos network
Link NOC:Digital Switching-I Lecture 9 - Lee's approximation
Link NOC:Digital Switching-I Lecture 10 - Karnaugh's approximation
Link NOC:Digital Switching-I Lecture 11 - Time switch
Link NOC:Digital Switching-I Lecture 12 - Time switch and Clos network
Link NOC:Digital Switching-I Lecture 13 - TST switch, Strictly Non-blocking network, Rearrangeably non-blocking network
Link NOC:Digital Switching-I Lecture 14 - Paull's Matrix
Link NOC:Digital Switching-I Lecture 15 - f-way multicasting
Link NOC:Digital Switching-I Lecture 16 - Strictly sense non blocking multicasting switch
Link NOC:Digital Switching-I Lecture 17 - Rearrangeably non blocking networks
Link NOC:Digital Switching-I Lecture 18 - Slepian Duguid theorem, Paull's theorem
Link NOC:Digital Switching-I Lecture 19 - Paull's matrix for rearrangeabbly non blocking networks
Link NOC:Digital Switching-I Lecture 20 - Recursive construction; Crosspoint complexity for rearrangebly and strictly non-blocking networks
Link NOC:Digital Switching-I Lecture 21 - Cantor network
Link NOC:Digital Switching-I Lecture 22 - Wide-sense non blocking network
Link NOC:Digital Switching-I Lecture 23 - Example of wide -sense non-blocking switch
Link NOC:Digital Switching-I Lecture 24 - Packet Switching
Link NOC:Digital Switching-I Lecture 25 - Buffering strategies
Link NOC:Digital Switching-I Lecture 26 - Output Queued Switch
Link NOC:Digital Switching-I Lecture 27 - Input Queued Switch
Link NOC:Digital Switching-I Lecture 28 - Banyan Network, Delta Network
Link NOC:Digital Switching-I Lecture 29 - Shufflenet as Delta network
Link NOC:Digital Switching-I Lecture 30 - Performance analysis of crossbar and delta network
Link NOC:Digital Switching-I Lecture 31 - Properties of Delta Network
Link NOC:Digital Switching-I Lecture 32 - Buffered and Unbuffered Delta network
Link NOC:Digital Switching-I Lecture 33 - Analysis of Buffered Delta Network - 1 of 3
Link NOC:Digital Switching-I Lecture 34 - Analysis of Buffered Delta Network - 2 of 3
Link NOC:Digital Switching-I Lecture 35 - Analysis of Buffered Delta Network - 3 of 3
Link NOC:An Introduction to Information Theory Lecture 1 - Introduction
Link NOC:An Introduction to Information Theory Lecture 2 - Measure of Information
Link NOC:An Introduction to Information Theory Lecture 3 - Information Inequalities
Link NOC:An Introduction to Information Theory Lecture 4 - Problem solving session - I
Link NOC:An Introduction to Information Theory Lecture 5 - Block to Variable Length Coding - I : Prefix-free code
Link NOC:An Introduction to Information Theory Lecture 6 - Block to Variable Length Coding - II : Bounds on Optimal Code Length
Link NOC:An Introduction to Information Theory Lecture 7 - Block to Variable Length Coding - III : Huffman Coding
Link NOC:An Introduction to Information Theory Lecture 8 - Variable to block length coding
Link NOC:An Introduction to Information Theory Lecture 9 - The asymptotic equipartition property
Link NOC:An Introduction to Information Theory Lecture 10 - Block to block coding of DMS
Link NOC:An Introduction to Information Theory Lecture 11 - Problem solving session - II
Link NOC:An Introduction to Information Theory Lecture 12 - Universal Source Coding - I : Lempel-Ziv Algorithm-LZ77
Link NOC:An Introduction to Information Theory Lecture 13 - Universal source coding - II : Lempel-Ziv Welch Algorithm (LZW)
Link NOC:An Introduction to Information Theory Lecture 14 - Coding of sources with memory
Link NOC:An Introduction to Information Theory Lecture 15 - Channel Capacity
Link NOC:An Introduction to Information Theory Lecture 16 - Joint typical sequences
Link NOC:An Introduction to Information Theory Lecture 17 - Noisy channel coding theorem
Link NOC:An Introduction to Information Theory Lecture 18 - Differential entropy
Link NOC:An Introduction to Information Theory Lecture 19 - Gaussian channel
Link NOC:An Introduction to Information Theory Lecture 20 - Parallel Gaussian channel
Link NOC:An Introduction to Information Theory Lecture 21 - Problem solving session - III
Link NOC:An Introduction to Information Theory Lecture 22 - Rate distortion theory
Link NOC:An Introduction to Information Theory Lecture 23 - Blahut-Arimoto Algorithm
Link NOC:An Introduction to Information Theory Lecture 24 - Problem solving session - IV
Link Adaptive Signal Processing Lecture 1 - Introduction to Adaptive Filters
Link Adaptive Signal Processing Lecture 2 - Introduction to Stochastic Processes
Link Adaptive Signal Processing Lecture 3 - Stochastic Processes
Link Adaptive Signal Processing Lecture 4 - Correlation Structure
Link Adaptive Signal Processing Lecture 5 - FIR Wiener Filter (Real)
Link Adaptive Signal Processing Lecture 6 - Steepest Descent Technique
Link Adaptive Signal Processing Lecture 7 - LMS Algorithm
Link Adaptive Signal Processing Lecture 8 - Convergence Analysis
Link Adaptive Signal Processing Lecture 9 - Convergence Analysis (Mean Square)
Link Adaptive Signal Processing Lecture 10 - Convergence Analysis (Mean Square)
Link Adaptive Signal Processing Lecture 11 - Misadjustment and Excess MSE
Link Adaptive Signal Processing Lecture 12 - Misadjustment and Excess MSE
Link Adaptive Signal Processing Lecture 13 - Sign LMS Algorithm
Link Adaptive Signal Processing Lecture 14 - Block LMS Algorithm
Link Adaptive Signal Processing Lecture 15 - Fast Implementation of Block LMS Algorithm
Link Adaptive Signal Processing Lecture 16 - Fast Implementation of Block LMS Algorithm
Link Adaptive Signal Processing Lecture 17 - Vector Space Treatment to Random Variables
Link Adaptive Signal Processing Lecture 18 - Vector Space Treatment to Random Variables
Link Adaptive Signal Processing Lecture 19 - Orthogonalization and Orthogonal Projection
Link Adaptive Signal Processing Lecture 20 - Orthogonal Decomposition of Signal Subspaces
Link Adaptive Signal Processing Lecture 21 - Introduction to Linear Prediction
Link Adaptive Signal Processing Lecture 22 - Lattice Filter
Link Adaptive Signal Processing Lecture 23 - Lattice Recursions
Link Adaptive Signal Processing Lecture 24 - Lattice as Optimal Filter
Link Adaptive Signal Processing Lecture 25 - Linear Prediction and Autoregressive Modeling
Link Adaptive Signal Processing Lecture 26 - Gradient Adaptive Lattice
Link Adaptive Signal Processing Lecture 27 - Gradient Adaptive Lattice
Link Adaptive Signal Processing Lecture 28 - Introduction to Recursive Least Squares
Link Adaptive Signal Processing Lecture 29 - RLS Approach to Adaptive Filters
Link Adaptive Signal Processing Lecture 30 - RLS Adaptive Lattice
Link Adaptive Signal Processing Lecture 31 - RLS Lattice Recursions
Link Adaptive Signal Processing Lecture 32 - RLS Lattice Recursions
Link Adaptive Signal Processing Lecture 33 - RLS Lattice Algorithm
Link Adaptive Signal Processing Lecture 34 - RLS Using QR Decomposition
Link Adaptive Signal Processing Lecture 35 - Givens Rotation
Link Adaptive Signal Processing Lecture 36 - Givens Rotation and QR Decomposition
Link Adaptive Signal Processing Lecture 37 - Systolic Implementation
Link Adaptive Signal Processing Lecture 38 - Systolic Implementation
Link Adaptive Signal Processing Lecture 39 - Singular Value Decomposition
Link Adaptive Signal Processing Lecture 40 - Singular Value Decomposition
Link Adaptive Signal Processing Lecture 41 - Singular Value Decomposition
Link Digital Computer Organization Lecture 1 - Introduction to Digital Computer Organization
Link Digital Computer Organization Lecture 2 - CPU Design - I
Link Digital Computer Organization Lecture 3 - CPU Design - II
Link Digital Computer Organization Lecture 4 - CPU Design Tirning and Control
Link Digital Computer Organization Lecture 5 - Micro programmed Control - I
Link Digital Computer Organization Lecture 6 - Micro programmed Control - II
Link Digital Computer Organization Lecture 7 - Pipeline Concept - I
Link Digital Computer Organization Lecture 8 - Pipeline Concept - II
Link Digital Computer Organization Lecture 9 - Pipeline Concept - III
Link Digital Computer Organization Lecture 10 - Pipeline CPU - I
Link Digital Computer Organization Lecture 11 - Pipeline CPU - II
Link Digital Computer Organization Lecture 12 - Pipeline CPU - III
Link Digital Computer Organization Lecture 13 - Memory Organization - I
Link Digital Computer Organization Lecture 14 - Memory Organization - II
Link Digital Computer Organization Lecture 15 - Memory Organization - III
Link Digital Computer Organization Lecture 16 - Memory Organization - IV
Link Digital Computer Organization Lecture 17 - Memory Organization - V
Link Digital Computer Organization Lecture 18 - Cache Memory Architecture
Link Digital Computer Organization Lecture 19 - Cache Memory Architecture RAM Architecture
Link Digital Computer Organization Lecture 20 - RAM Architecture
Link Digital Computer Organization Lecture 21 - DAM Architecture-1
Link Digital Computer Organization Lecture 22 - DAM Architecture Buffer Cache
Link Digital Computer Organization Lecture 23 - Buffer Cache
Link Digital Computer Organization Lecture 24 - Secondary Storage Organization - I
Link Digital Computer Organization Lecture 25 - Secondary Storage Organization - II
Link Digital Computer Organization Lecture 26 - Secondary Storage Organization - III
Link Digital Computer Organization Lecture 27 - I/O Subsystem Organization
Link Digital Computer Organization Lecture 28 - Error Detection and Correction
Link Digital Image Processing Lecture 1 - Introduction
Link Digital Image Processing Lecture 2 - Image Digitization - I
Link Digital Image Processing Lecture 3 - Image Digitization - II
Link Digital Image Processing Lecture 4 - Pixels Relationships - I
Link Digital Image Processing Lecture 5 - Pixels Relationships - II
Link Digital Image Processing Lecture 6 - Basic Transformations
Link Digital Image Processing Lecture 7 - Camera Model and Imaging Geometry
Link Digital Image Processing Lecture 8 - Camera Calibration and Stereo Imaging
Link Digital Image Processing Lecture 9 - Interpolation and Resampling
Link Digital Image Processing Lecture 10 - Image Interpolation - II
Link Digital Image Processing Lecture 11 - Image Interpolation - I
Link Digital Image Processing Lecture 12 - Image Transformation - II
Link Digital Image Processing Lecture 13 - Fourier Transformation - I
Link Digital Image Processing Lecture 14 - Fourier Transformation - II
Link Digital Image Processing Lecture 15 - Discrete Cosine Transform
Link Digital Image Processing Lecture 16 - K-L Transform
Link Digital Image Processing Lecture 17 - Image Enhancement
Link Digital Image Processing Lecture 18 - Image Enhancement
Link Digital Image Processing Lecture 19 - Image Enhancement
Link Digital Image Processing Lecture 20 - Image Enhancement
Link Digital Image Processing Lecture 21 - Image Enhancement Frequency
Link Digital Image Processing Lecture 22 - Image Restoration - I
Link Digital Image Processing Lecture 23 - Image Restoration - II
Link Digital Image Processing Lecture 24 - Image Restoration - III
Link Digital Image Processing Lecture 25 - Image Registration
Link Digital Image Processing Lecture 26 - Colour Image Processing - I
Link Digital Image Processing Lecture 27 - Colour Image Processing - II
Link Digital Image Processing Lecture 28 - Colour Image Processing - III
Link Digital Image Processing Lecture 29 - Image Segmentation - I
Link Digital Image Processing Lecture 30 - Image Segmentation - II
Link Digital Image Processing Lecture 31 - Image Segmentation - III
Link Digital Image Processing Lecture 32 - Image Segmentation - IV
Link Digital Image Processing Lecture 33 - Mathematical Morphology - I
Link Digital Image Processing Lecture 34 - Mathematical Morphology - II
Link Digital Image Processing Lecture 35 - Mathematical Morphology - III
Link Digital Image Processing Lecture 36 - Mathematical Morphology - IV
Link Digital Image Processing Lecture 37 - Object Representation and Description - I
Link Digital Image Processing Lecture 38 - Object Representation and Description - II
Link Digital Image Processing Lecture 39 - Object Representation and Description - III
Link Digital Image Processing Lecture 40 - Object Recognition
Link Digital Systems Design Lecture 1 - Introduction to Digital Systems Design
Link Digital Systems Design Lecture 2 - Introduction
Link Digital Systems Design Lecture 3 - Digital Logic - I
Link Digital Systems Design Lecture 4 - Digital Logic - II
Link Digital Systems Design Lecture 5 - Digital Logic - III
Link Digital Systems Design Lecture 6 - Boolean Algebra
Link Digital Systems Design Lecture 7 - Boolean Algebra
Link Digital Systems Design Lecture 8 - Boolean Function Minimization
Link Digital Systems Design Lecture 9 - Boolean Function Minimization
Link Digital Systems Design Lecture 10 - Boolean Function Minimization
Link Digital Systems Design Lecture 11 - Hazzard Covers by K - Map
Link Digital Systems Design Lecture 12 - Combinational Circuit Design
Link Digital Systems Design Lecture 13 - Design of ADDER Circuits
Link Digital Systems Design Lecture 14 - Design of Subtractor Circuits
Link Digital Systems Design Lecture 15 - Digital of Common Digital Elements
Link Digital Systems Design Lecture 16 - Design of Complex Combinational Circuits
Link Digital Systems Design Lecture 17 - Design of Combinational Circuits
Link Digital Systems Design Lecture 18 - Combinational Logic Problem Design
Link Digital Systems Design Lecture 19 - Combinational Logic Design
Link Digital Systems Design Lecture 20 - Logic Design with PLA
Link Digital Systems Design Lecture 21 - Synchronous Sequential Circuit Design
Link Digital Systems Design Lecture 22 - Design of Sequential Modules
Link Digital Systems Design Lecture 23 - Design of Registers and Counter
Link Digital Systems Design Lecture 24 - Finite State Machine Design
Link Digital Systems Design Lecture 25 - Finite State Machine Design and Optimization
Link Digital Systems Design Lecture 26 - Programmable Logic Devices
Link Digital Systems Design Lecture 27 - Programmable Logic Devices
Link Digital Systems Design Lecture 28 - Programmable Logic Devices
Link Digital Systems Design Lecture 29 - Design of Arithmetic Circuits
Link Digital Systems Design Lecture 30 - Design of Arithmetic Circuits
Link Digital Systems Design Lecture 31 - Design of Memory Circuits
Link Digital Systems Design Lecture 32 - Algorithmic State Machines Chart
Link Digital Systems Design Lecture 33 - Design of Computer Instruction Set and the CPU
Link Digital Systems Design Lecture 34 - Design of Computer Instruction Set and the CPU
Link Digital Systems Design Lecture 35 - Design of Computer Instruction Set and the CPU
Link Digital Systems Design Lecture 36 - Design of Computer Instruction Set and the CPU
Link Digital Systems Design Lecture 37 - Design of Computer Instruction Set and the CPU
Link Digital Systems Design Lecture 38 - Design of Computer Instruction Set and the CPU
Link Digital Systems Design Lecture 39 - Design of a Micro Programmed CPU
Link Digital Systems Design Lecture 40 - Digital System Design Current State of the Art
Link Digital Voice and Picture Communication Lecture 1 - Introduction
Link Digital Voice and Picture Communication Lecture 2 - Speech Production Model
Link Digital Voice and Picture Communication Lecture 3 - Speech Coding : Objectives and Requirements
Link Digital Voice and Picture Communication Lecture 4 - Quantizers for Speech Signal
Link Digital Voice and Picture Communication Lecture 5 - mew - Law and Optimum Quantizer
Link Digital Voice and Picture Communication Lecture 6 - Adaptive Quantizer
Link Digital Voice and Picture Communication Lecture 7 - Differential Quantization
Link Digital Voice and Picture Communication Lecture 8 - LDM and ADM
Link Digital Voice and Picture Communication Lecture 9 - Differential PCM and Adaptive Prediction
Link Digital Voice and Picture Communication Lecture 10 - Linear Prediction of Speech
Link Digital Voice and Picture Communication Lecture 11 - Computational Aspects of LPC parameters
Link Digital Voice and Picture Communication Lecture 12 - Cholesky Decomposition
Link Digital Voice and Picture Communication Lecture 13 - Lattice Formulation of LPC Coefficient
Link Digital Voice and Picture Communication Lecture 14 - Linear Predictive Synthesizer
Link Digital Voice and Picture Communication Lecture 15 - LPC Vocoder
Link Digital Voice and Picture Communication Lecture 16 - Introduction to Image and Video Coding
Link Digital Voice and Picture Communication Lecture 17 - Lossy Image Compression : DCT
Link Digital Voice and Picture Communication Lecture 18 - DCT Quantization and Limitations
Link Digital Voice and Picture Communication Lecture 19 - Theory of Wavelets
Link Digital Voice and Picture Communication Lecture 20 - Discrete Wavelet Transforms
Link Digital Voice and Picture Communication Lecture 21 - DWT on the Images and its Encoding
Link Digital Voice and Picture Communication Lecture 22 - Embedded Zero Tree Wavelet Encoding
Link Digital Voice and Picture Communication Lecture 23 - Video Coding : Basic Building Blocks
Link Digital Voice and Picture Communication Lecture 24 - Motion Estimate Techniques
Link Digital Voice and Picture Communication Lecture 25 - Fast Motion Estimation Techniques
Link Digital Voice and Picture Communication Lecture 26 - Video Coding Standards
Link Digital Voice and Picture Communication Lecture 27 - Advanced Coding Aspects
Link Digital Voice and Picture Communication Lecture 28 - Audio Coding: Basic Concepts
Link Digital Voice and Picture Communication Lecture 29 - Audio Coding AC - 3
Link Digital Voice and Picture Communication Lecture 30 - AC -3 Decoder
Link Digital Voice and Picture Communication Lecture 31 - MPEG - 1 Audio Coding
Link Digital Voice and Picture Communication Lecture 32 - Introduction to VoIP
Link Digital Voice and Picture Communication Lecture 33 - VoIP Signaling : H.323 Protocol
Link Digital Voice and Picture Communication Lecture 34 - H.323 Call Controls and Enhancements
Link Digital Voice and Picture Communication Lecture 35 - Interworking with PSTN Limitations and Solution
Link Digital Voice and Picture Communication Lecture 36 - Multiplexing Schemes
Link Digital Voice and Picture Communication Lecture 37 - H.323:Multiplexing:Header Compression and BW
Link Digital Voice and Picture Communication Lecture 38 - ISDN Video Conferencing
Link Digital Voice and Picture Communication Lecture 39 - Video Conferencing : SIP Protocol
Link Digital Voice and Picture Communication Lecture 40 - 4G Multimedia Conferencing
Link MEMS and Microsystems Lecture 1 - Introduction to MEMS & Microsystems
Link MEMS and Microsystems Lecture 2 - Introduction to Microsensors
Link MEMS and Microsystems Lecture 3 - Evaluation of MEMS, Microsensors, Market Survey
Link MEMS and Microsystems Lecture 4 - Application of MEMS
Link MEMS and Microsystems Lecture 5 - MEMS Materials
Link MEMS and Microsystems Lecture 6 - MEMS Materials Properties
Link MEMS and Microsystems Lecture 7 - MEMS Materials Properties (Continued...)
Link MEMS and Microsystems Lecture 8 - Microelectronic Technology for MEMS - II
Link MEMS and Microsystems Lecture 9 - Microelectronic Technology for MEMS - III
Link MEMS and Microsystems Lecture 10 - Micromachining Technology for MEMS
Link MEMS and Microsystems Lecture 11 - Micromachining Process
Link MEMS and Microsystems Lecture 12 - Etch Stop Techniques and Microstructure
Link MEMS and Microsystems Lecture 13 - Surface and Quartz Micromachining
Link MEMS and Microsystems Lecture 14 - Fabrication of Micromachined Microstructure
Link MEMS and Microsystems Lecture 15 - Microstereolithography
Link MEMS and Microsystems Lecture 16 - MEMS Microsensors Thermal
Link MEMS and Microsystems Lecture 17 - Micromachined Microsensors Mechanical
Link MEMS and Microsystems Lecture 18 - MEMS Pressure and Flow Sensor
Link MEMS and Microsystems Lecture 19 - Micromachined Flow Sensors
Link MEMS and Microsystems Lecture 20 - MEMS Inertial Sensors
Link MEMS and Microsystems Lecture 21 - Micromachined Microaccelerometers for MEMS
Link MEMS and Microsystems Lecture 22 - MEMS Accelerometers for Avionics
Link MEMS and Microsystems Lecture 23 - Temperature Drift and Damping Analysis
Link MEMS and Microsystems Lecture 24 - Piezoresistive Accelerometer Technology
Link MEMS and Microsystems Lecture 25 - MEMS Capacitive Accelerometer
Link MEMS and Microsystems Lecture 26 - MEMS Capacitive Accelerometer Process
Link MEMS and Microsystems Lecture 27 - MEMS Gyro Sensor
Link MEMS and Microsystems Lecture 28 - MEMS for Space Application
Link MEMS and Microsystems Lecture 29 - Polymer MEMS & Carbon Nano Tubes CNT
Link MEMS and Microsystems Lecture 30 - Wafer Bonding & Packaging of MEMS
Link MEMS and Microsystems Lecture 31 - Interface Electronics for MEMS
Link MEMS and Microsystems Lecture 32 - MEMS for Biomedical Applications (Bio-MEMS)
Link Neural Networks and Applications Lecture 1 - Introduction to Artificial Neural Networks
Link Neural Networks and Applications Lecture 2 - Artificial Neuron Model and Linear Regression
Link Neural Networks and Applications Lecture 3 - Gradient Descent Algorithm
Link Neural Networks and Applications Lecture 4 - Nonlinear Activation Units and Learning Mechanisms
Link Neural Networks and Applications Lecture 5 - Learning Mechanisms-Hebbian, Competitive, Boltzmann
Link Neural Networks and Applications Lecture 6 - Associative memory
Link Neural Networks and Applications Lecture 7 - Associative Memory Model
Link Neural Networks and Applications Lecture 8 - Condition for Perfect Recall in Associative Memory
Link Neural Networks and Applications Lecture 9 - Statistical Aspects of Learning
Link Neural Networks and Applications Lecture 10 - V.C. Dimensions: Typical Examples
Link Neural Networks and Applications Lecture 11 - Importance of V.C. Dimensions Structural Risk Minimization
Link Neural Networks and Applications Lecture 12 - Single-Layer Perceptions
Link Neural Networks and Applications Lecture 13 - Unconstrained Optimization: Gauss-Newton's Method
Link Neural Networks and Applications Lecture 14 - Linear Least Squares Filters
Link Neural Networks and Applications Lecture 15 - Least Mean Squares Algorithm
Link Neural Networks and Applications Lecture 16 - Perceptron Convergence Theorem
Link Neural Networks and Applications Lecture 17 - Bayes Classifier & Perceptron: An Analogy
Link Neural Networks and Applications Lecture 18 - Bayes Classifier for Gaussian Distribution
Link Neural Networks and Applications Lecture 19 - Back Propagation Algorithm
Link Neural Networks and Applications Lecture 20 - Practical Consideration in Back Propagation Algorithm
Link Neural Networks and Applications Lecture 21 - Solution of Non-Linearly Separable Problems Using MLP
Link Neural Networks and Applications Lecture 22 - Heuristics For Back-Propagation
Link Neural Networks and Applications Lecture 23 - Multi-Class Classification Using Multi-layered Perceptrons
Link Neural Networks and Applications Lecture 24 - Radial Basis Function Networks: Cover's Theorem
Link Neural Networks and Applications Lecture 25 - Radial Basis Function Networks: Separability & Interpolation
Link Neural Networks and Applications Lecture 26 - Posed Surface Reconstruction
Link Neural Networks and Applications Lecture 27 - Solution of Regularization Equation: Greens Function
Link Neural Networks and Applications Lecture 28 - Use of Greens Function in Regularization Networks
Link Neural Networks and Applications Lecture 29 - Regularization Networks and Generalized RBF
Link Neural Networks and Applications Lecture 30 - Comparison Between MLP and RBF
Link Neural Networks and Applications Lecture 31 - Learning Mechanisms in RBF
Link Neural Networks and Applications Lecture 32 - Introduction to Principal Components and Analysis
Link Neural Networks and Applications Lecture 33 - Dimensionality reduction Using PCA
Link Neural Networks and Applications Lecture 34 - Hebbian-Based Principal Component Analysis
Link Neural Networks and Applications Lecture 35 - Introduction to Self Organizing Maps
Link Neural Networks and Applications Lecture 36 - Cooperative and Adaptive Processes in SOM
Link Neural Networks and Applications Lecture 37 - Vector-Quantization Using SOM
Link Probability and Random Processes Lecture 1 - Introduction to the Theory of Probability
Link Probability and Random Processes Lecture 2 - Axioms of Probability
Link Probability and Random Processes Lecture 3 - Axioms of Probability (Continued.)
Link Probability and Random Processes Lecture 4 - Introduction to Random Variables
Link Probability and Random Processes Lecture 5 - Probability Distributions and Density Functions
Link Probability and Random Processes Lecture 6 - Conditional Distribution and Density Functions
Link Probability and Random Processes Lecture 7 - Function of a Random Variable
Link Probability and Random Processes Lecture 8 - Function of a Random Variable (Continued.)
Link Probability and Random Processes Lecture 9 - Mean and Variance of a Random Variable
Link Probability and Random Processes Lecture 10 - Moments
Link Probability and Random Processes Lecture 11 - Characteristic Function
Link Probability and Random Processes Lecture 12 - Two Random Variables
Link Probability and Random Processes Lecture 13 - Function of Two Random Variables
Link Probability and Random Processes Lecture 14 - Function of Two Random Variables (Continued.)
Link Probability and Random Processes Lecture 15 - Correlation Covariance and Related Innver
Link Probability and Random Processes Lecture 16 - Vector Space of Random Variables
Link Probability and Random Processes Lecture 17 - Joint Moments
Link Probability and Random Processes Lecture 18 - Joint Characteristic Functions
Link Probability and Random Processes Lecture 19 - Joint Conditional Densities
Link Probability and Random Processes Lecture 20 - Joint Conditional Densities (Continued.)
Link Probability and Random Processes Lecture 21 - Sequences of Random Variables
Link Probability and Random Processes Lecture 22 - Sequences of Random Variables (Continued.)
Link Probability and Random Processes Lecture 23 - Correlation Matrices and their Properties
Link Probability and Random Processes Lecture 24 - Correlation Matrices and their Properties
Link Probability and Random Processes Lecture 25 - Conditional Densities of Random Vectors
Link Probability and Random Processes Lecture 26 - Characteristic Functions and Normality
Link Probability and Random Processes Lecture 27 - Tchebycheff Inequality and Estimation of an Unknown Parameter
Link Probability and Random Processes Lecture 28 - Central Limit Theorem
Link Probability and Random Processes Lecture 29 - Introduction to Stochastic Process
Link Probability and Random Processes Lecture 30 - Stationary Processes
Link Probability and Random Processes Lecture 31 - Cyclostationary Processes
Link Probability and Random Processes Lecture 32 - System with Random Process at Input
Link Probability and Random Processes Lecture 33 - Ergodic Processes
Link Probability and Random Processes Lecture 34 - Introduction to Spectral Analysis
Link Probability and Random Processes Lecture 35 - Spectral Analysis (Continued.)
Link Probability and Random Processes Lecture 36 - Spectrum Estimation - Non Parametric Methods
Link Probability and Random Processes Lecture 37 - Spectrum Estimation - Parametric Methods
Link Probability and Random Processes Lecture 38 - Autoregressive Modeling and Linear Prediction
Link Probability and Random Processes Lecture 39 - Linear Mean Square Estimation - Wiener (FIR)
Link Probability and Random Processes Lecture 40 - Adaptive Filtering - LMS Algorithm
Link Pattern Recognition and Application Lecture 1 - Introduction
Link Pattern Recognition and Application Lecture 2 - Feature Extraction - I
Link Pattern Recognition and Application Lecture 3 - Feature Extraction - II
Link Pattern Recognition and Application Lecture 4 - Feature Extraction - III
Link Pattern Recognition and Application Lecture 5 - Bayes Decision Theory
Link Pattern Recognition and Application Lecture 6 - Bayes Decision Theory (Continued.)
Link Pattern Recognition and Application Lecture 7 - Normal Density and Discriminant Function
Link Pattern Recognition and Application Lecture 8 - Normal Density and Discriminant Function (Continued.)
Link Pattern Recognition and Application Lecture 9 - Bayes Decision Theory - Binary Features
Link Pattern Recognition and Application Lecture 10 - Maximum Likelihood Estimation
Link Pattern Recognition and Application Lecture 11 - Probability Density Estimation
Link Pattern Recognition and Application Lecture 12 - Probability Density Estimation (Continued.)
Link Pattern Recognition and Application Lecture 13 - Probability Density Estimation (Continued.)
Link Pattern Recognition and Application Lecture 14 - Probability Density Estimation (Continued.)
Link Pattern Recognition and Application Lecture 15 - Probability Density Estimation (Continued.)
Link Pattern Recognition and Application Lecture 16 - Dimensionality Problem
Link Pattern Recognition and Application Lecture 17 - Multiple Discriminant Analysis
Link Pattern Recognition and Application Lecture 18 - Multiple Discriminant Analysis (Tutorial)
Link Pattern Recognition and Application Lecture 19 - Multiple Discriminant Analysis (Tutorial)
Link Pattern Recognition and Application Lecture 20 - Perceptron Criterion
Link Pattern Recognition and Application Lecture 21 - Perceptron Criterion (Continued.)
Link Pattern Recognition and Application Lecture 22 - MSE Criterion
Link Pattern Recognition and Application Lecture 23 - Linear Discriminator (Tutorial)
Link Pattern Recognition and Application Lecture 24 - Neural Networks for Pattern Recognition
Link Pattern Recognition and Application Lecture 25 - Neural Networks for Pattern Recognition (Continued.)
Link Pattern Recognition and Application Lecture 26 - Neural Networks for Pattern Recognition (Continued.)
Link Pattern Recognition and Application Lecture 27 - RBF Neural Network
Link Pattern Recognition and Application Lecture 28 - RBF Neural Network (Continued.)
Link Pattern Recognition and Application Lecture 29 - Support Vector Machine
Link Pattern Recognition and Application Lecture 30 - Hyperbox Classifier
Link Pattern Recognition and Application Lecture 31 - Hyperbox Classifier (Continued.)
Link Pattern Recognition and Application Lecture 32 - Fuzzy Min Max Neural Network for Pattern Recognition
Link Pattern Recognition and Application Lecture 33 - Reflex Fuzzy Min Max Neural Network
Link Pattern Recognition and Application Lecture 34 - Unsupervised Learning - Clustering
Link Pattern Recognition and Application Lecture 35 - Clustering (Continued.)
Link Pattern Recognition and Application Lecture 36 - Clustering using minimal spanning tree
Link Pattern Recognition and Application Lecture 37 - Temporal Pattern recognition
Link Pattern Recognition and Application Lecture 38 - Hidden Markov Model
Link Pattern Recognition and Application Lecture 39 - Hidden Markov Model (Continued.)
Link Pattern Recognition and Application Lecture 40 - Hidden Markov Model (Continued.)
Link NOC:Basic Tools of Microwave Engineering Lecture 1 - Challenges of Microwave Design
Link NOC:Basic Tools of Microwave Engineering Lecture 2 - Introduction to the 1st tool : Smith Chart
Link NOC:Basic Tools of Microwave Engineering Lecture 3 - Measurement of Unknown Impedance
Link NOC:Basic Tools of Microwave Engineering Lecture 4 - Application of Smith Chart for finding unknown impedance in laboratory
Link NOC:Basic Tools of Microwave Engineering Lecture 5 - Problem Solving using Smith Chart
Link NOC:Basic Tools of Microwave Engineering Lecture 6 - Need of Impedance Matching at Microwave Frequency
Link NOC:Basic Tools of Microwave Engineering Lecture 7 - Lumped Element Based Impedance Matching Network Design by Smith Chart
Link NOC:Basic Tools of Microwave Engineering Lecture 8 - Distributed Impedance Matching Design by Smith Chart
Link NOC:Basic Tools of Microwave Engineering Lecture 9 - Broadband Impedance Matching Network Design
Link NOC:Basic Tools of Microwave Engineering Lecture 10 - Tutorial 2: Impedance Matching Network Design by Smith Chart
Link NOC:Basic Tools of Microwave Engineering Lecture 11 - Voltage and Current at Microwave Frequency
Link NOC:Basic Tools of Microwave Engineering Lecture 12 - Scattering Parameter : the Second Tool
Link NOC:Basic Tools of Microwave Engineering Lecture 13 - Properties of Scattering Parameter
Link NOC:Basic Tools of Microwave Engineering Lecture 14 - Network Analyser
Link NOC:Basic Tools of Microwave Engineering Lecture 15 - Tutorial 3: Problem Solving on Equivalent Voltage and Current in Waveguide and on scattering parameters
Link NOC:Basic Tools of Microwave Engineering Lecture 16 - Radiation between S-Parameters and Transmission Parameters
Link NOC:Basic Tools of Microwave Engineering Lecture 17 - Scattering Parameters of Coupler and Magic Tee
Link NOC:Basic Tools of Microwave Engineering Lecture 18 - Signal Flow Graph
Link NOC:Basic Tools of Microwave Engineering Lecture 19 - Understanding Network Analyser Calibration with the help of Signal Flow Graph
Link NOC:Basic Tools of Microwave Engineering Lecture 20 - Tutorial 4: Problem Solving Related to S-Parameters and Signal Flow Graph
Link NOC:Basic Building Blocks of Microwave Engineering Lecture 1 - Concept of Mode
Link NOC:Basic Building Blocks of Microwave Engineering Lecture 2 - Mathematical Model of Modes
Link NOC:Basic Building Blocks of Microwave Engineering Lecture 3 - Mathematical Model of TEM Mode
Link NOC:Basic Building Blocks of Microwave Engineering Lecture 4 - Mathematical Model of TE and TM Mode and Impedance Concept
Link NOC:Basic Building Blocks of Microwave Engineering Lecture 5 - Losses Associated with Microwave Transmission
Link NOC:Basic Building Blocks of Microwave Engineering Lecture 6 - Coaxial Line
Link NOC:Basic Building Blocks of Microwave Engineering Lecture 7 - Rectangular Waveguide
Link NOC:Basic Building Blocks of Microwave Engineering Lecture 8 - Circular Waveguide
Link NOC:Basic Building Blocks of Microwave Engineering Lecture 9 - Planar Transmission Line
Link NOC:Basic Building Blocks of Microwave Engineering Lecture 10 - Coaxial Connectors
Link NOC:Basic Building Blocks of Microwave Engineering Lecture 11 - 3 Port Microwave Power Divider/Combiner - Part I
Link NOC:Basic Building Blocks of Microwave Engineering Lecture 12 - 3 Port Microwave Power Divider/Combiner - Part II
Link NOC:Basic Building Blocks of Microwave Engineering Lecture 13 - 4 Port Microwave Power Divider/Combiner
Link NOC:Basic Building Blocks of Microwave Engineering Lecture 14 - Microwave Resonator
Link NOC:Basic Building Blocks of Microwave Engineering Lecture 15 - Microwave Attenuuators
Link NOC:Basic Building Blocks of Microwave Engineering Lecture 16 - Microwave Detector and Switching Diodes
Link NOC:Basic Building Blocks of Microwave Engineering Lecture 17 - Microwave Tubes : Part I Edit Lesson
Link NOC:Basic Building Blocks of Microwave Engineering Lecture 18 - Microwave Tubes : Part II and Amplifiers
Link NOC:Basic Building Blocks of Microwave Engineering Lecture 19 - Microwave Solid State Diode Oscillator and Amplifier
Link NOC:Basic Building Blocks of Microwave Engineering Lecture 20 - Microwave Transistors
Link NOC:Satellite Communication Systems Lecture 1 - Introduction
Link NOC:Satellite Communication Systems Lecture 2 - Orbit - 1
Link NOC:Satellite Communication Systems Lecture 3 - Orbit - 2
Link NOC:Satellite Communication Systems Lecture 4 - Orbit - 3
Link NOC:Satellite Communication Systems Lecture 5 - Orbit - 4
Link NOC:Satellite Communication Systems Lecture 6 - Space Segment - 1
Link NOC:Satellite Communication Systems Lecture 7 - Space Segment - 2
Link NOC:Satellite Communication Systems Lecture 8 - Space Segment - 3
Link NOC:Satellite Communication Systems Lecture 9 - Space Segment - 4
Link NOC:Satellite Communication Systems Lecture 10 - Space Segment - 5
Link NOC:Satellite Communication Systems Lecture 11 - Link Budget - 1
Link NOC:Satellite Communication Systems Lecture 12 - Link Budget - 2
Link NOC:Satellite Communication Systems Lecture 13 - Link Budget - 3
Link NOC:Satellite Communication Systems Lecture 14 - Link Budget - 4
Link NOC:Satellite Communication Systems Lecture 15 - Link Budget - 5
Link NOC:Satellite Communication Systems Lecture 16 - Link Budget - 6
Link NOC:Satellite Communication Systems Lecture 17 - Link Budget - 7
Link NOC:Satellite Communication Systems Lecture 18 - Link Budget - 8
Link NOC:Satellite Communication Systems Lecture 19 - Propagation - 1
Link NOC:Satellite Communication Systems Lecture 20 - Propagation - 2
Link NOC:Satellite Communication Systems Lecture 21 - Propagation - 3
Link NOC:Satellite Communication Systems Lecture 22 - Ground Segment - 1
Link NOC:Satellite Communication Systems Lecture 23 - Ground Segment - 2
Link NOC:Satellite Communication Systems Lecture 24 - Ground Segment - 3
Link NOC:Satellite Communication Systems Lecture 25 - Ground Segment - 4
Link NOC:Satellite Communication Systems Lecture 26 - Multiple Access - 1
Link NOC:Satellite Communication Systems Lecture 27 - Multiple Access - 2
Link NOC:Satellite Communication Systems Lecture 28 - Multiple Access - 3
Link NOC:Satellite Communication Systems Lecture 29 - Multiple Access - 4
Link NOC:Satellite Communication Systems Lecture 30 - Multiple Access - 5
Link NOC:Satellite Communication Systems Lecture 31 - Nonlinearity - I
Link NOC:Satellite Communication Systems Lecture 32 - Nonlinearity - II
Link NOC:Satellite Communication Systems Lecture 33 - Nonlinearity - III
Link NOC:Satellite Communication Systems Lecture 34 - Synchronisation - I
Link NOC:Satellite Communication Systems Lecture 35 - Synchronisation - II
Link NOC:Satellite Communication Systems Lecture 36 - Effect on Higher Layer - I
Link NOC:Satellite Communication Systems Lecture 37 - Effect on Higher Layer - II
Link NOC:Satellite Communication Systems Lecture 38 - Effect on Higher Layer - III
Link NOC:Satellite Communication Systems Lecture 39 - Satellite Navigation - I
Link NOC:Satellite Communication Systems Lecture 40 - Satellite Navigation - II
Link NOC:Fundamentals of MIMO Wireless Communication Lecture 1 - Evolution of Wireless Communication Systems 1G - 5G
Link NOC:Fundamentals of MIMO Wireless Communication Lecture 2 - Elements of Wireless Communication System
Link NOC:Fundamentals of MIMO Wireless Communication Lecture 3 - Overview of MIMO Communication Systems
Link NOC:Fundamentals of MIMO Wireless Communication Lecture 4 - Layered View of Transmitter and Receiver : Introduction to the Channel
Link NOC:Fundamentals of MIMO Wireless Communication Lecture 5 - Wireless Channel Models - I
Link NOC:Fundamentals of MIMO Wireless Communication Lecture 6 - Large Scale Propagation Models Path Loss
Link NOC:Fundamentals of MIMO Wireless Communication Lecture 7 - Large Scale Propagation Models Path Loss and Shadowing
Link NOC:Fundamentals of MIMO Wireless Communication Lecture 8 - Small Scale Propagation Multipath Model
Link NOC:Fundamentals of MIMO Wireless Communication Lecture 9 - Small Scale Propagation Frequency Flat Fading
Link NOC:Fundamentals of MIMO Wireless Communication Lecture 10 - Small Scale Propagation Envelope Distribution
Link NOC:Fundamentals of MIMO Wireless Communication Lecture 11 - Small Scale Propagation Received Signal Correlation
Link NOC:Fundamentals of MIMO Wireless Communication Lecture 12 - Small Scale Propagation Received Signal Correlation (Continued...)
Link NOC:Fundamentals of MIMO Wireless Communication Lecture 13 - Coherence Time
Link NOC:Fundamentals of MIMO Wireless Communication Lecture 14 - Doppler Spectrum
Link NOC:Fundamentals of MIMO Wireless Communication Lecture 15 - Frequency Selective Fading
Link NOC:Fundamentals of MIMO Wireless Communication Lecture 16 - Frequency Selective Fading - II
Link NOC:Fundamentals of MIMO Wireless Communication Lecture 17 - FSF-Coherence Bandwidth, Delay Doppeler Characteristics
Link NOC:Fundamentals of MIMO Wireless Communication Lecture 18 - Spatial Channel Characteristics - I
Link NOC:Fundamentals of MIMO Wireless Communication Lecture 19 - Expression of MIMO Channel
Link NOC:Fundamentals of MIMO Wireless Communication Lecture 20 - MIMO Channel Characteristics
Link NOC:Fundamentals of MIMO Wireless Communication Lecture 21 - Statistical Properties of H
Link NOC:Fundamentals of MIMO Wireless Communication Lecture 22 - Important Results from Linear Algebra
Link NOC:Fundamentals of MIMO Wireless Communication Lecture 23 - Spatial Diversity
Link NOC:Fundamentals of MIMO Wireless Communication Lecture 24 - Selection Combining
Link NOC:Fundamentals of MIMO Wireless Communication Lecture 25 - Maximal Ratio Combining
Link NOC:Fundamentals of MIMO Wireless Communication Lecture 26 - Problem of Error in MRC
Link NOC:Fundamentals of MIMO Wireless Communication Lecture 27 - Diversity Gain and Transmit MRC
Link NOC:Fundamentals of MIMO Wireless Communication Lecture 28 - Transmit Diversity without Channel known at Tx
Link NOC:Fundamentals of MIMO Wireless Communication Lecture 29 - MIMO Transmit Diversity - 1
Link NOC:Fundamentals of MIMO Wireless Communication Lecture 30 - MIMO Diversity - 2
Link NOC:Fundamentals of MIMO Wireless Communication Lecture 31 - Fundamentals of Information Theory - I
Link NOC:Fundamentals of MIMO Wireless Communication Lecture 32 - Fundamentals of Information Theory - II
Link NOC:Fundamentals of MIMO Wireless Communication Lecture 33 - Fundamentals of Information Theory - III
Link NOC:Fundamentals of MIMO Wireless Communication Lecture 34 - Fundamentals of Information Theory - IV
Link NOC:Fundamentals of MIMO Wireless Communication Lecture 35 - Capacity of Deterministic MIMO Channels
Link NOC:Fundamentals of MIMO Wireless Communication Lecture 36 - Capacity of Channel Unknown at Transmitter
Link NOC:Fundamentals of MIMO Wireless Communication Lecture 37 - Capacity of Channel Known of Transmitter
Link NOC:Fundamentals of MIMO Wireless Communication Lecture 38 - More on MIMO Channel Capacity
Link NOC:Fundamentals of MIMO Wireless Communication Lecture 39 - Capacity of Random Channel
Link NOC:Fundamentals of MIMO Wireless Communication Lecture 40 - MIMO in Practice
Link NOC:Audio System Engineering Lecture 1 - Introduction
Link NOC:Audio System Engineering Lecture 2 - Fundamentals of Linear Vibrations Edit Lesson
Link NOC:Audio System Engineering Lecture 3 - Damped Oscillation and Forced Oscillation
Link NOC:Audio System Engineering Lecture 4 - Equivalent Electrical Circuits for Oscillation
Link NOC:Audio System Engineering Lecture 5 - Tutorial I
Link NOC:Audio System Engineering Lecture 6 - Acoustic Wave Equation
Link NOC:Audio System Engineering Lecture 7 - Acoustic Wave Equation (Continued...)
Link NOC:Audio System Engineering Lecture 8 - Acoustic Wave Equation (Continued...)
Link NOC:Audio System Engineering Lecture 9 - Spherical Waves Propagation
Link NOC:Audio System Engineering Lecture 10 - Perception at Sound
Link NOC:Audio System Engineering Lecture 11 - Sound Transmission
Link NOC:Audio System Engineering Lecture 12 - Sound Transmission (Continued...)
Link NOC:Audio System Engineering Lecture 13 - The Acoustic Environment
Link NOC:Audio System Engineering Lecture 14 - Room Acoustics - I
Link NOC:Audio System Engineering Lecture 15 - Room Acoustics - II
Link NOC:Audio System Engineering Lecture 16 - Large Room Acoustics and Small Room Acoustics
Link NOC:Audio System Engineering Lecture 17 - Large Room Acoustics and Small Room Acoustics (Continued...)
Link NOC:Audio System Engineering Lecture 18 - Auditorium Acoustics
Link NOC:Audio System Engineering Lecture 19 - Transduction - I
Link NOC:Audio System Engineering Lecture 20 - Transduction - II
Link NOC:Audio System Engineering Lecture 21 - Transduction - III
Link NOC:Audio System Engineering Lecture 22 - Microphone - I
Link NOC:Audio System Engineering Lecture 23 - Microphone Sensitivity
Link NOC:Audio System Engineering Lecture 24 - Loudspeaker
Link NOC:Discrete Time Signal Processing Lecture 1 - Introduction
Link NOC:Discrete Time Signal Processing Lecture 2 - Discrete Time Signals and Systems
Link NOC:Discrete Time Signal Processing Lecture 3 - Linear, Shift Invariant Systems
Link NOC:Discrete Time Signal Processing Lecture 4 - Properties of Discrete Convolution Causal and Stable Systems
Link NOC:Discrete Time Signal Processing Lecture 5 - Graphical Evaluation of Discrete Convolutions
Link NOC:Discrete Time Signal Processing Lecture 6 - Discrete Time Fourier Transform
Link NOC:Discrete Time Signal Processing Lecture 7 - Properties of DTFT
Link NOC:Discrete Time Signal Processing Lecture 8 - Dirac Comb and Sampling Analog Signals
Link NOC:Discrete Time Signal Processing Lecture 9 - Relation between DTFT and Analog Fourier Transform
Link NOC:Discrete Time Signal Processing Lecture 10 - Nyquist Interpolation Formula
Link NOC:Discrete Time Signal Processing Lecture 11 - Rational Systems
Link NOC:Discrete Time Signal Processing Lecture 12 - Properties of Rational Systems
Link NOC:Discrete Time Signal Processing Lecture 13 - Introduction to Z-transform
Link NOC:Discrete Time Signal Processing Lecture 14 - Properties of Z-transform
Link NOC:Discrete Time Signal Processing Lecture 15 - Properties of z-transform
Link NOC:Discrete Time Signal Processing Lecture 16 - Inverse z-transform
Link NOC:Discrete Time Signal Processing Lecture 17 - Introduction to DFT
Link NOC:Discrete Time Signal Processing Lecture 18 - Properties of DFT
Link NOC:Discrete Time Signal Processing Lecture 19 - Introduction to Interpretation of Circular Convolution
Link NOC:Discrete Time Signal Processing Lecture 20 - Graphically Interpretation of Circular Convolution
Link NOC:Discrete Time Signal Processing Lecture 21 - Zero Padding and Linear convolution Via DFT
Link NOC:Discrete Time Signal Processing Lecture 22 - Decimation and DFT of Decimated Sequences
Link NOC:Discrete Time Signal Processing Lecture 23 - Expension and Interpolation of Sequences
Link NOC:Discrete Time Signal Processing Lecture 24 - Factor-of-M Polyphase Decomposition of Sequences
Link NOC:Discrete Time Signal Processing Lecture 25 - Nobel Identifies
Link NOC:Discrete Time Signal Processing Lecture 26 - Efficient Decimator and Interpolator Structure
Link NOC:Discrete Time Signal Processing Lecture 27 - Linear Phase Filters
Link NOC:Discrete Time Signal Processing Lecture 28 - Properties of Linear Phase Filters
Link NOC:Discrete Time Signal Processing Lecture 29 - Structures for IIR Filters
Link NOC:Discrete Time Signal Processing Lecture 30 - Structures for FIR Filters
Link NOC:Discrete Time Signal Processing Lecture 31 - Analog LTI Systems, Fourier and Laplace Transforms
Link NOC:Discrete Time Signal Processing Lecture 32 - Pole, Zero and Stability of of Analog Filters
Link NOC:Discrete Time Signal Processing Lecture 33 - Analog Filter Design Example Butterworth Lowpass Filter
Link NOC:Discrete Time Signal Processing Lecture 34 - IIR Filter Design by Implus Invariance Method
Link NOC:Discrete Time Signal Processing Lecture 35 - Design Filter Design from Analog Proptotype Filters by s-z Transformations
Link NOC:Discrete Time Signal Processing Lecture 36 - Bilinear Transformation
Link NOC:Discrete Time Signal Processing Lecture 37 - FIR Filter Design by Window
Link NOC:Discrete Time Signal Processing Lecture 38 - FFT: Decimation in Time
Link NOC:Discrete Time Signal Processing Lecture 39 - Complexity Analysis of FFT
Link NOC:Discrete Time Signal Processing Lecture 40 - Bit Reversal and FFT
Link NOC:Digital Image Processing Lecture 1 - Introduction to Digital Image Processing
Link NOC:Digital Image Processing Lecture 2 - Application of Digital Image Processing
Link NOC:Digital Image Processing Lecture 3 - Image Digitalization, Sampling Quantization and Display
Link NOC:Digital Image Processing Lecture 4 - Signal Reconstruction from Samples: Convolution Concept
Link NOC:Digital Image Processing Lecture 5 - Signal Reconstruction from Image
Link NOC:Digital Image Processing Lecture 6 - Quantizer Design
Link NOC:Digital Image Processing Lecture 7 - Relationship between Pixels
Link NOC:Digital Image Processing Lecture 8 - Relationship of Adjacency and Connected Components Labeling
Link NOC:Digital Image Processing Lecture 9 - Application of Distance Measures
Link NOC:Digital Image Processing Lecture 10 - Basic Transform
Link NOC:Digital Image Processing Lecture 11 - Image Formation - I
Link NOC:Digital Image Processing Lecture 12 - Image Formation - II
Link NOC:Digital Image Processing Lecture 13 - Image Geometry - I
Link NOC:Digital Image Processing Lecture 14 - Image Geometry - II
Link NOC:Digital Image Processing Lecture 15 - Stereo Imaging Model - II
Link NOC:Digital Image Processing Lecture 16 - Interpolation and Resampling
Link NOC:Digital Image Processing Lecture 17 - Interpolation Techniques
Link NOC:Digital Image Processing Lecture 18 - Interpolation with examples - I
Link NOC:Digital Image Processing Lecture 19 - Interpolation with Examples - II
Link NOC:Digital Image Processing Lecture 20 - Image Transformation - I Edit Lesson
Link NOC:Digital Image Processing Lecture 21 - Image Transformation - 2
Link NOC:Digital Image Processing Lecture 22 - Separable Transformation
Link NOC:Digital Image Processing Lecture 23 - Basis Images
Link NOC:Digital Image Processing Lecture 24 - Fourier Transformation
Link NOC:Digital Image Processing Lecture 25 - Properties of FT
Link NOC:Digital Image Processing Lecture 26 - FT Result Display - 2
Link NOC:Digital Image Processing Lecture 27 - Rotation Invariance Property
Link NOC:Digital Image Processing Lecture 28 - DCT and Walsh Transform
Link NOC:Digital Image Processing Lecture 29 - Handmard Transformation
Link NOC:Digital Image Processing Lecture 30 - Histogram Equalization and Specifications - I
Link NOC:Digital Image Processing Lecture 31 - KL-transform-2
Link NOC:Digital Image Processing Lecture 32 - Image Enhancement: Point Processing Techniques
Link NOC:Digital Image Processing Lecture 33 - Contrast Stretching Operation
Link NOC:Digital Image Processing Lecture 34 - Histogram Equalization and Specification - I
Link NOC:Digital Image Processing Lecture 35 - Histogram Equalization and Specification - II
Link NOC:Digital Image Processing Lecture 36 - Histogram Implementation - I
Link NOC:Digital Image Processing Lecture 37 - Histogram Implementation - II
Link NOC:Digital Image Processing Lecture 38 - Image Enhancement : Mask Processing Techniques - I
Link NOC:Digital Image Processing Lecture 39 - Image Enhancement : Mask Processing Techniques - II
Link NOC:Digital Image Processing Lecture 40 - Image Enhancement : Mask Processing Techniques - III
Link NOC:Digital Image Processing Lecture 41 - Frequency Domain Processing Techniques
Link NOC:Digital Image Processing Lecture 42 - Image Restoration Techniques - I
Link NOC:Digital Image Processing Lecture 43 - Image Restoration Techniques - II
Link NOC:Digital Image Processing Lecture 44 - Estimation of Degradation Model and Restoration Techniques - I
Link NOC:Digital Image Processing Lecture 45 - Estimation of Degradation Model and Restoration Techniques - II
Link NOC:Digital Image Processing Lecture 46 - Other Restoration Techniques - I
Link NOC:Digital Image Processing Lecture 47 - Other Restoration Techniques - II
Link NOC:Digital Image Processing Lecture 48 - Image Registration - I
Link NOC:Digital Image Processing Lecture 49 - Image Registration - II
Link NOC:Digital Image Processing Lecture 50 - Colour Image Processing : Colour Fundamentals
Link NOC:Digital Image Processing Lecture 51 - Colour Model
Link NOC:Digital Image Processing Lecture 52 - Conversion of one color model to another - I
Link NOC:Digital Image Processing Lecture 53 - Conversion of one color model to another - II
Link NOC:Digital Image Processing Lecture 54 - Pseudo color image processing
Link NOC:Digital Image Processing Lecture 55 - Full color image processing
Link NOC:Digital Image Processing Lecture 56 - Different Approaches for Image Segmentation
Link NOC:Digital Image Processing Lecture 57 - Image Segmentation : Global Processing (Hough Transform)
Link NOC:Digital Image Processing Lecture 58 - Region based Segmentation Operation. Thresholding Techniques
Link NOC:Digital Image Processing Lecture 59 - Region Splitting and Merging Technique Edit Lesson
Link NOC:Spread Spectrum Communications and Jamming Lecture 1 - Introduction to Spread Spectrum Communication
Link NOC:Spread Spectrum Communications and Jamming Lecture 2 - Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum System
Link NOC:Spread Spectrum Communications and Jamming Lecture 3 - Performance Analysis of DSSS
Link NOC:Spread Spectrum Communications and Jamming Lecture 4 - Concept of Jamming Margin
Link NOC:Spread Spectrum Communications and Jamming Lecture 5 - Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum System
Link NOC:Spread Spectrum Communications and Jamming Lecture 6 - Tutorial-1
Link NOC:Spread Spectrum Communications and Jamming Lecture 7 - Slow and Fast Frequency Hopping
Link NOC:Spread Spectrum Communications and Jamming Lecture 8 - Hybrid Spread Spectrum System and Time Hopped SSS
Link NOC:Spread Spectrum Communications and Jamming Lecture 9 - Spread Sequences and Waveforms
Link NOC:Spread Spectrum Communications and Jamming Lecture 10 - Generation Mechanism of ML Sequence
Link NOC:Spread Spectrum Communications and Jamming Lecture 11 - Properties of Spread Spectrum Sequences
Link NOC:Spread Spectrum Communications and Jamming Lecture 12 - Tutorial-2
Link NOC:Spread Spectrum Communications and Jamming Lecture 13 - Power Spectral Density of ML Sequence
Link NOC:Spread Spectrum Communications and Jamming Lecture 14 - Walsh Hadamard Code and Properties
Link NOC:Spread Spectrum Communications and Jamming Lecture 15 - Generation Mechanism and Properties of OVSF and Barker Codes
Link NOC:Spread Spectrum Communications and Jamming Lecture 16 - Generation Mechanism and Properties of Gold and Kasami Codes
Link NOC:Spread Spectrum Communications and Jamming Lecture 17 - Performance Analysis of DSSS in Presence of Tone Jamming
Link NOC:Spread Spectrum Communications and Jamming Lecture 18 - Performance Analysis During Generation Tone Jamming
Link NOC:Spread Spectrum Communications and Jamming Lecture 19 - Performance Analysis in Presence of Gaussian Interference
Link NOC:Spread Spectrum Communications and Jamming Lecture 20 - Performance Analysis of a Quaternary System
Link NOC:Spread Spectrum Communications and Jamming Lecture 21 - Despreading with Matched Filter
Link NOC:Spread Spectrum Communications and Jamming Lecture 22 - Noncoherent Systems
Link NOC:Spread Spectrum Communications and Jamming Lecture 23 - Tutorial - III
Link NOC:Spread Spectrum Communications and Jamming Lecture 24 - Galois Field Mathematics
Link NOC:Spread Spectrum Communications and Jamming Lecture 25 - Galois Field Mathematics (Continued...)
Link NOC:Spread Spectrum Communications and Jamming Lecture 26 - Galois Field Mathematics (Continued...)
Link NOC:Spread Spectrum Communications and Jamming Lecture 27 - Polynomials over Binary Field
Link NOC:Spread Spectrum Communications and Jamming Lecture 28 - Long Nonlinear Sequence Generation
Link NOC:Spread Spectrum Communications and Jamming Lecture 29 - Rejection of Narrowband Interference
Link NOC:Spread Spectrum Communications and Jamming Lecture 30 - Narrow Band Interference Cancellation by Transform Domain Processing
Link NOC:Spread Spectrum Communications and Jamming Lecture 31 - PN Code Acquisition Fundamentals
Link NOC:Spread Spectrum Communications and Jamming Lecture 32 - Performance Analysis of PN Code Acquisition System - Part I
Link NOC:Spread Spectrum Communications and Jamming Lecture 33 - Performance Analysis of PN Code Acquisition System - Part II
Link NOC:Spread Spectrum Communications and Jamming Lecture 34 - Tutorial - IV
Link NOC:Spread Spectrum Communications and Jamming Lecture 35 - Rapid Acquisition Using Matched Filter - Part I
Link NOC:Spread Spectrum Communications and Jamming Lecture 36 - Rapid Acquisition Using Matched Filter - Part II
Link NOC:Spread Spectrum Communications and Jamming Lecture 37 - Active Search Acquisition for FFH/MFSK Signals
Link NOC:Spread Spectrum Communications and Jamming Lecture 38 - Active Search Code Acquisiton for FFH/MFSK Analysis
Link NOC:Spread Spectrum Communications and Jamming Lecture 39 - Detection Probability Analysis of Code Acquisition for FFH / MFSK
Link NOC:Spread Spectrum Communications and Jamming Lecture 40 - Tutorial - V
Link NOC:Spread Spectrum Communications and Jamming Lecture 41 - DSSS Tracking
Link NOC:Spread Spectrum Communications and Jamming Lecture 42 - FHSS Synchronization Method - I
Link NOC:Spread Spectrum Communications and Jamming Lecture 43 - FHSS Synchronization Method - II
Link NOC:Spread Spectrum Communications and Jamming Lecture 44 - FHSS Synchronization Method - III
Link NOC:Spread Spectrum Communications and Jamming Lecture 45 - FHSS Tracking
Link NOC:Spread Spectrum Communications and Jamming Lecture 46 - Tutorial - VI
Link NOC:Spread Spectrum Communications and Jamming Lecture 47 - Concept of Fading for Wireless Communications
Link NOC:Spread Spectrum Communications and Jamming Lecture 48 - Diversity for Fading Channels
Link NOC:Spread Spectrum Communications and Jamming Lecture 49 - Rake Receiver
Link NOC:Spread Spectrum Communications and Jamming Lecture 50 - Performance Analysis of Rake Receiver
Link NOC:Spread Spectrum Communications and Jamming Lecture 51 - Spread Spectrum Multiple Access
Link NOC:Spread Spectrum Communications and Jamming Lecture 52 - Tutorial - VII
Link NOC:Spread Spectrum Communications and Jamming Lecture 53 - Introduction to CDMA
Link NOC:Spread Spectrum Communications and Jamming Lecture 54 - Interference Handling Mechanism in CDMA Networks
Link NOC:Spread Spectrum Communications and Jamming Lecture 55 - Interference Handling by Soft Handover
Link NOC:Spread Spectrum Communications and Jamming Lecture 56 - Interference Handling by Smart Antenna
Link NOC:Spread Spectrum Communications and Jamming Lecture 57 - Multiuser Detection and Interference Cancellation
Link NOC:Spread Spectrum Communications and Jamming Lecture 58 - Tutorial - VIII
Link NOC:Spread Spectrum Communications and Jamming Lecture 59 - Multiuser Detection - Part I
Link NOC:Spread Spectrum Communications and Jamming Lecture 60 - Multiuser Detection - Part II
Link NOC:Spread Spectrum Communications and Jamming Lecture 61 - MUD - Probability of Error
Link NOC:Spread Spectrum Communications and Jamming Lecture 62 - IS95 and CDMA - Part I
Link NOC:Spread Spectrum Communications and Jamming Lecture 63 - IS95 and CDMA - Part II
Link NOC:Spread Spectrum Communications and Jamming Lecture 64 - Tutorial - IX
Link NOC:Spread Spectrum Communications and Jamming Lecture 65 - WCDMA and UMTS - Part I
Link NOC:Spread Spectrum Communications and Jamming Lecture 66 - WCDMA and UMTS - Part II
Link NOC:Spread Spectrum Communications and Jamming Lecture 67 - LPI Communications
Link NOC:Spread Spectrum Communications and Jamming Lecture 68 - Radiometer
Link NOC:Spread Spectrum Communications and Jamming Lecture 69 - Interceptor Detectors
Link NOC:Digital VLSI Testing Lecture 1 - Introduction
Link NOC:Digital VLSI Testing Lecture 2 - Introduction (Continued...)
Link NOC:Digital VLSI Testing Lecture 3 - Introduction (Continued...)
Link NOC:Digital VLSI Testing Lecture 4 - Introduction (Continued...)
Link NOC:Digital VLSI Testing Lecture 5 - DFT
Link NOC:Digital VLSI Testing Lecture 6 - DFT (Continued...)
Link NOC:Digital VLSI Testing Lecture 7 - DFT (Continued...)
Link NOC:Digital VLSI Testing Lecture 8 - DFT (Continued...)
Link NOC:Digital VLSI Testing Lecture 9 - DFT (Continued...)
Link NOC:Digital VLSI Testing Lecture 10 - DFT (Continued...)
Link NOC:Digital VLSI Testing Lecture 11 - Logic and Fault Simulation
Link NOC:Digital VLSI Testing Lecture 12 - Logic and Fault Simulation (Continued...)
Link NOC:Digital VLSI Testing Lecture 13 - Logic and Fault Simulation (Continued...)
Link NOC:Digital VLSI Testing Lecture 14 - Logic and Fault Simulation (Continued...)
Link NOC:Digital VLSI Testing Lecture 15 - Logic and Fault Simulation (Continued...)
Link NOC:Digital VLSI Testing Lecture 16 - Logic and Fault Simulation (Continued...)
Link NOC:Digital VLSI Testing Lecture 17 - Test Generation
Link NOC:Digital VLSI Testing Lecture 18 - Test Generation (Continued...)
Link NOC:Digital VLSI Testing Lecture 19 - Test Generation (Continued...)
Link NOC:Digital VLSI Testing Lecture 20 - Test Generation (Continued...)
Link NOC:Digital VLSI Testing Lecture 21 - Test Generation (Continued...)
Link NOC:Digital VLSI Testing Lecture 22 - Test Generation (Continued...)
Link NOC:Digital VLSI Testing Lecture 23 - Test Generation (Continued...)
Link NOC:Digital VLSI Testing Lecture 24 - Logic BIST
Link NOC:Digital VLSI Testing Lecture 25 - Logic BIST (Continued...)
Link NOC:Digital VLSI Testing Lecture 26 - Logic BIST (Continued...)
Link NOC:Digital VLSI Testing Lecture 27 - Logic BIST (Continued...)
Link NOC:Digital VLSI Testing Lecture 28 - Test Compression
Link NOC:Digital VLSI Testing Lecture 29 - Test Compression (Continued...)
Link NOC:Digital VLSI Testing Lecture 30 - Test Compression (Continued...)
Link NOC:Digital VLSI Testing Lecture 31 - Test Compression (Continued...)
Link NOC:Digital VLSI Testing Lecture 32 - Low Power Testing
Link NOC:Digital VLSI Testing Lecture 33 - Low Power Testing (Continued...)
Link NOC:Digital VLSI Testing Lecture 34 - Low Power Testing (Continued...)
Link NOC:Digital VLSI Testing Lecture 35 - Low Power Testing (Continued...)
Link NOC:Digital VLSI Testing Lecture 36 - Low Power Testing (Continued...)
Link NOC:Digital VLSI Testing Lecture 37 - Thermal Aware Testing
Link NOC:Digital VLSI Testing Lecture 38 - Thermal Aware Testing (Continued...)
Link NOC:Digital VLSI Testing Lecture 39 - Thermal Aware Testing (Continued...)
Link NOC:Digital VLSI Testing Lecture 40 - Boundary Scan
Link NOC:Digital VLSI Testing Lecture 41 - Boundary Scan (Continued...)
Link NOC:Digital VLSI Testing Lecture 42 - Boundary Scan (Continued...)
Link NOC:Digital VLSI Testing Lecture 43 - Boundary Scan (Continued...)
Link NOC:Digital VLSI Testing Lecture 44 - Boundary Scan (Continued...)
Link NOC:Digital VLSI Testing Lecture 45 - System/Network - On - Chip Test
Link NOC:Digital VLSI Testing Lecture 46 - System/Network - On - Chip Test (Continued...)
Link NOC:Digital VLSI Testing Lecture 47 - System/Network - On - Chip Test (Continued...)
Link NOC:Digital VLSI Testing Lecture 48 - System/Network - On - Chip Test (Continued...)
Link NOC:Digital VLSI Testing Lecture 49 - System/Network - On - Chip Test (Continued...)
Link NOC:Digital VLSI Testing Lecture 50 - System/Network - On - Chip Test (Continued...)
Link NOC:Digital VLSI Testing Lecture 51 - System/Network - On - Chip Test (Continued...)
Link NOC:Digital VLSI Testing Lecture 52 - System/Network - On - Chip Test (Continued...)
Link NOC:Digital VLSI Testing Lecture 53 - System/Network - On - Chip Test (Continued...)
Link NOC:Digital VLSI Testing Lecture 54 - System/Network - On - Chip Test (Continued...)
Link NOC:Digital VLSI Testing Lecture 55 - System/Network - On - Chip Test (Continued...)
Link NOC:Digital VLSI Testing Lecture 56 - System/Network - On - Chip Test (Continued...)
Link NOC:Digital VLSI Testing Lecture 57 - Memory Testing
Link NOC:Digital VLSI Testing Lecture 58 - Memory Testing (Continued...)
Link NOC:Digital VLSI Testing Lecture 59 - Memory Testing (Continued...)
Link NOC:Digital VLSI Testing Lecture 60 - Memory Testing (Continued...)
Link NOC:Design Principles of RF and Microwave Filters and Amplifiers Lecture 1 - Image Impedance based RF filter design
Link NOC:Design Principles of RF and Microwave Filters and Amplifiers Lecture 2 - Concept of Image impedance and Propagation Constant
Link NOC:Design Principles of RF and Microwave Filters and Amplifiers Lecture 3 - Symmetrical lossless network description for filter design
Link NOC:Design Principles of RF and Microwave Filters and Amplifiers Lecture 4 - Constant k prototype filter design
Link NOC:Design Principles of RF and Microwave Filters and Amplifiers Lecture 5 - m-derived prototype filter design
Link NOC:Design Principles of RF and Microwave Filters and Amplifiers Lecture 6 - Introduction to Insertion loss based Microwave Filter Design
Link NOC:Design Principles of RF and Microwave Filters and Amplifiers Lecture 7 - Prototype low pass filter design
Link NOC:Design Principles of RF and Microwave Filters and Amplifiers Lecture 8 - Filter transformation
Link NOC:Design Principles of RF and Microwave Filters and Amplifiers Lecture 9 - Microwave Filter implementation
Link NOC:Design Principles of RF and Microwave Filters and Amplifiers Lecture 10 - Tutorial an Insertion Loss based Microwave Filter design
Link NOC:Design Principles of RF and Microwave Filters and Amplifiers Lecture 11 - Gain Definitions of Microwave Amplifiers
Link NOC:Design Principles of RF and Microwave Filters and Amplifiers Lecture 12 - Stability Analysis of Microwave Amplifiers
Link NOC:Design Principles of RF and Microwave Filters and Amplifiers Lecture 13 - Conditional stability enforcement for Microwave Amplifier
Link NOC:Design Principles of RF and Microwave Filters and Amplifiers Lecture 14 - Amplifier design of maximising transducer gain
Link NOC:Design Principles of RF and Microwave Filters and Amplifiers Lecture 15 - Amplifier design for specified gain
Link NOC:Design Principles of RF and Microwave Filters and Amplifiers Lecture 16 - Amplifier design for specified noise performance
Link NOC:Design Principles of RF and Microwave Filters and Amplifiers Lecture 17 - Broadband Amplifier Design
Link NOC:Design Principles of RF and Microwave Filters and Amplifiers Lecture 18 - Quantitative Characterisation of Nonlinearity for Large Signal Amplifier
Link NOC:Design Principles of RF and Microwave Filters and Amplifiers Lecture 19 - Quantitative Characterisation of Nonlinearity for Large Signal Amplifier (Continued...)
Link NOC:Design Principles of RF and Microwave Filters and Amplifiers Lecture 20 - Measurement of Nonlinearity
Link NOC:Millimeter Wave Technology Lecture 1 - Introduction to Millimeter-Wave Technology
Link NOC:Millimeter Wave Technology Lecture 2 - Introduction to Millimeter-Wave Technology (Continued...)
Link NOC:Millimeter Wave Technology Lecture 3 - Introduction to Millimeter-Wave Technology (Continued...)
Link NOC:Millimeter Wave Technology Lecture 4 - Introduction to Millimeter-Wave Technology (Continued...)
Link NOC:Millimeter Wave Technology Lecture 5 - Introduction to Millimeter-Wave Technology (Continued...)
Link NOC:Millimeter Wave Technology Lecture 6 - Guiding Structures
Link NOC:Millimeter Wave Technology Lecture 7 - Guiding Structures (Continued...)
Link NOC:Millimeter Wave Technology Lecture 8 - Guiding Structures (Continued...)
Link NOC:Millimeter Wave Technology Lecture 9 - Guiding Structures (Continued...)
Link NOC:Millimeter Wave Technology Lecture 10 - Guiding Structures (Continued...)
Link NOC:Millimeter Wave Technology Lecture 11 - Guiding Structures (Continued...)
Link NOC:Millimeter Wave Technology Lecture 12 - Guiding Structures (Continued...)
Link NOC:Millimeter Wave Technology Lecture 13 - Guiding Structures (Continued...)
Link NOC:Millimeter Wave Technology Lecture 14 - Guiding Structures (Continued...)
Link NOC:Millimeter Wave Technology Lecture 15 - Guiding Structures (Continued...)
Link NOC:Millimeter Wave Technology Lecture 16 - Antennas at MM-Wave Frequencies
Link NOC:Millimeter Wave Technology Lecture 17 - Antennas at MM-Wave Frequencies (Continued...)
Link NOC:Millimeter Wave Technology Lecture 18 - Antennas at MM-Wave Frequencies (Continued...)
Link NOC:Millimeter Wave Technology Lecture 19 - Antennas at MM-Wave Frequencies (Continued...)
Link NOC:Millimeter Wave Technology Lecture 20 - Antennas at MM-WaveFrequencies (Continued...)
Link NOC:Millimeter Wave Technology Lecture 21 - Passive Components
Link NOC:Millimeter Wave Technology Lecture 22 - Passive Components (Continued...)
Link NOC:Millimeter Wave Technology Lecture 23 - Passive Components (Continued...)
Link NOC:Millimeter Wave Technology Lecture 24 - Passive Components (Continued...)
Link NOC:Millimeter Wave Technology Lecture 25 - Passive Components (Continued...)
Link NOC:Millimeter Wave Technology Lecture 26 - Active Devices
Link NOC:Millimeter Wave Technology Lecture 27 - Active Devices (Continued...)
Link NOC:Millimeter Wave Technology Lecture 28 - Active Devices (Continued...)
Link NOC:Millimeter Wave Technology Lecture 29 - Active Devices (Continued...)
Link NOC:Millimeter Wave Technology Lecture 30 - Active Devices (Continued...)
Link NOC:Millimeter Wave Technology Lecture 31 - Noise and Link Budget
Link NOC:Millimeter Wave Technology Lecture 32 - Noise and Link Budget (Continued...)
Link NOC:Millimeter Wave Technology Lecture 33 - Noise and Link Budget (Continued...)
Link NOC:Millimeter Wave Technology Lecture 34 - Noise and Link Budget (Continued...)
Link NOC:Millimeter Wave Technology Lecture 35 - Noise and Link Budget (Continued...)
Link NOC:Millimeter Wave Technology Lecture 36 - Millimeter-Wave Systems
Link NOC:Millimeter Wave Technology Lecture 37 - Millimeter-Wave Systems (Continued...)
Link NOC:Millimeter Wave Technology Lecture 38 - Millimeter-Wave Systems (Continued...)
Link NOC:Millimeter Wave Technology Lecture 39 - Millimeter-Wave Systems (Continued...)
Link NOC:Millimeter Wave Technology Lecture 40 - Millimeter-Wave Systems (Continued...)
Link NOC:Power System Analysis Lecture 1 - Structure of Power Systems and Few other Aspects - I
Link NOC:Power System Analysis Lecture 2 - Structure of Power Systems and Few other Aspects - II
Link NOC:Power System Analysis Lecture 3 - Structure of Power Systems and Few other Aspects - III
Link NOC:Power System Analysis Lecture 4 - Resistance and Inductance
Link NOC:Power System Analysis Lecture 5 - Resistance and Inductance (Continued...)
Link NOC:Power System Analysis Lecture 6 - Resistance and Inductance (Continued...)
Link NOC:Power System Analysis Lecture 7 - Resistance and Inductance (Continued...)
Link NOC:Power System Analysis Lecture 8 - Resistance and Inductance (Continued...)
Link NOC:Power System Analysis Lecture 9 - Resistance and Inductance (Continued...)
Link NOC:Power System Analysis Lecture 10 - Resistance and Inductance (Continued...)
Link NOC:Power System Analysis Lecture 11 - Capacitance of Transmisson Lines
Link NOC:Power System Analysis Lecture 12 - Capacitance of Transmisson Lines (Continued...)
Link NOC:Power System Analysis Lecture 13 - Capacitance of Transmisson Lines (Continued...)
Link NOC:Power System Analysis Lecture 14 - Capacitance of Transmisson Lines (Continued...)
Link NOC:Power System Analysis Lecture 15 - Power System Components and per-unit system
Link NOC:Power System Analysis Lecture 16 - Power System Components and per-unit system (Continued...)
Link NOC:Power System Analysis Lecture 17 - Power System Components and per-unit system (Continued...)
Link NOC:Power System Analysis Lecture 18 - Power System Components and per-unit system (Continued...)
Link NOC:Power System Analysis Lecture 19 - Power System Components and per-unit system (Continued...)
Link NOC:Power System Analysis Lecture 20 - Power System Components and per-unit system (Continued...)
Link NOC:Power System Analysis Lecture 21 - Characteristic and performance of transmission lines
Link NOC:Power System Analysis Lecture 22 - Characteristic and performance of transmission lines (Continued...)
Link NOC:Power System Analysis Lecture 23 - Characteristic and performance of transmission lines (Continued...)
Link NOC:Power System Analysis Lecture 24 - Characteristic and performance of transmission lines (Continued...)
Link NOC:Power System Analysis Lecture 25 - Characteristic and performance of transmission lines (Continued...)
Link NOC:Power System Analysis Lecture 26 - Load flow studies
Link NOC:Power System Analysis Lecture 27 - Load flow studies (Continued...)
Link NOC:Power System Analysis Lecture 28 - Load flow studies (Continued...)
Link NOC:Power System Analysis Lecture 29 - Load flow studies (Continued...)
Link NOC:Power System Analysis Lecture 30 - Load flow studies (Continued...)
Link NOC:Power System Analysis Lecture 31
Link NOC:Power System Analysis Lecture 32
Link NOC:Power System Analysis Lecture 33
Link NOC:Power System Analysis Lecture 34
Link NOC:Power System Analysis Lecture 35
Link NOC:Power System Analysis Lecture 36 - Load flow studies (Continued...)
Link NOC:Power System Analysis Lecture 37 - Optimal system operation
Link NOC:Power System Analysis Lecture 38 - Optimal system operation (Continued...)
Link NOC:Power System Analysis Lecture 39 - Optimal system operation (Continued...)
Link NOC:Power System Analysis Lecture 40 - Optimal system operation (Continued...)
Link NOC:Power System Analysis Lecture 41 - Optimal system operation (Continued...)
Link NOC:Power System Analysis Lecture 42 - Optimal system operation (Continued...)
Link NOC:Power System Analysis Lecture 43 - Optimal system operation (Continued...)
Link NOC:Power System Analysis Lecture 44 - Optimal system operation (Continued...)
Link NOC:Power System Analysis Lecture 45 - Three phase fault studies
Link NOC:Power System Analysis Lecture 46 - Three phase fault studies (Continued...)
Link NOC:Power System Analysis Lecture 47 - Three phase fault studies (Continued...)
Link NOC:Power System Analysis Lecture 48 - Three phase fault studies (Continued...)
Link NOC:Power System Analysis Lecture 49 - Symmetrical components
Link NOC:Power System Analysis Lecture 50 - Symmetrical components (Continued...)
Link NOC:Power System Analysis Lecture 51 - Symmetrical components (Continued...)
Link NOC:Power System Analysis Lecture 52 - Symmetrical components (Continued...)
Link NOC:Power System Analysis Lecture 53 - Symmetrical components (Continued...)
Link NOC:Power System Analysis Lecture 54 - Symmetrical components (Continued...)
Link NOC:Power System Analysis Lecture 55 - Power system stability>
Link NOC:Power System Analysis Lecture 56 - Power system stability (Continued...)
Link NOC:Power System Analysis Lecture 57 - Power system stability (Continued...)
Link NOC:Power System Analysis Lecture 58 - Power system stability (Continued...)
Link NOC:Power System Analysis Lecture 59 - Power system stability (Continued...)
Link NOC:Power System Analysis Lecture 60 - Power system stability (Continued...)
Link NOC:Analog Communication Lecture 1 - Fourier Series
Link NOC:Analog Communication Lecture 2 - Fourier Series (Continued...)
Link NOC:Analog Communication Lecture 3 - Fourier Series (Continued...)
Link NOC:Analog Communication Lecture 4 - Fourier Series (Continued...)
Link NOC:Analog Communication Lecture 5 - Fourier Series (Continued...)
Link NOC:Analog Communication Lecture 6 - Fourier Series (Continued...)
Link NOC:Analog Communication Lecture 7 - Fourier Series (Continued...)
Link NOC:Analog Communication Lecture 8 - Fourier Transform
Link NOC:Analog Communication Lecture 9 - Fourier Transform (Continued...)
Link NOC:Analog Communication Lecture 10 - Fourier Transform (Continued...)
Link NOC:Analog Communication Lecture 11 - Fourier Transform (Continued...)
Link NOC:Analog Communication Lecture 12 - Energy Spectral Density
Link NOC:Analog Communication Lecture 13 - Power Spectral Density
Link NOC:Analog Communication Lecture 14 - PSD of Random Signal
Link NOC:Analog Communication Lecture 15 - Amplitude Modulation
Link NOC:Analog Communication Lecture 16 - Amplitude Modulation (Continued...)
Link NOC:Analog Communication Lecture 17 - Amplitude Modulation (Continued...)
Link NOC:Analog Communication Lecture 18 - Amplitude Modulation (Continued...)
Link NOC:Analog Communication Lecture 19 - SSB - SC
Link NOC:Analog Communication Lecture 20 - SSB - SC (Continued...)
Link NOC:Analog Communication Lecture 21 - VSB-SC
Link NOC:Analog Communication Lecture 22 - VSB-SC (Continued...)
Link NOC:Analog Communication Lecture 23 - Effect of Carrier Synchronization
Link NOC:Analog Communication Lecture 24 - Comparison of Different Modulation Technique
Link NOC:Analog Communication Lecture 25 - PLL
Link NOC:Analog Communication Lecture 26 - PLL (Continued...)
Link NOC:Analog Communication Lecture 27 - PLL (Continued...)
Link NOC:Analog Communication Lecture 28 - PLL (Continued...) and LTI
Link NOC:Analog Communication Lecture 29 - Dispersion
Link NOC:Analog Communication Lecture 30 - Channel Nonlinearities and Multipath Effects
Link NOC:Analog Communication Lecture 31 - Probability Theory
Link NOC:Analog Communication Lecture 32 - Probability Theory (Continued...)
Link NOC:Analog Communication Lecture 33 - Probability Theory (Continued...)
Link NOC:Analog Communication Lecture 34 - Probability Theory (Continued...)
Link NOC:Analog Communication Lecture 35 - Probability Theory (Continued...)
Link NOC:Analog Communication Lecture 36 - Probability Theory (Continued...)
Link NOC:Analog Communication Lecture 37 - Probability Theory (Continued...)
Link NOC:Analog Communication Lecture 38 - Random Process
Link NOC:Analog Communication Lecture 39 - Random Process (Continued...)
Link NOC:Analog Communication Lecture 40 - Random Process (Continued...)
Link NOC:Analog Communication Lecture 41 - Random Process (Continued...)
Link NOC:Analog Communication Lecture 42 - Random Process (Continued...)
Link NOC:Analog Communication Lecture 43 - Random Process (Continued...)
Link NOC:Analog Communication Lecture 44 - Noise Analysis - DSB-SC
Link NOC:Analog Communication Lecture 45 - Noise Analysis - AM
Link NOC:Analog Communication Lecture 46 - Noise Analysis - SSB-SC
Link NOC:Analog Communication Lecture 47 - Frequency Modulation
Link NOC:Analog Communication Lecture 48 - Frequency Modulation (Continued...)
Link NOC:Analog Communication Lecture 49 - Frequency Modulation (Continued...)
Link NOC:Analog Communication Lecture 50 - Frequency Modulation (Continued...)
Link NOC:Analog Communication Lecture 51 - Frequency Modulation (Continued...)
Link NOC:Analog Communication Lecture 52 - Frequency Modulation (Continued...)
Link NOC:Analog Communication Lecture 53 - FM Noise Analysis
Link NOC:Analog Communication Lecture 54 - FM Noise Analysis (Continued...)
Link NOC:Analog Communication Lecture 55 - FM Noise Analysis (Continued...)>
Link NOC:Analog Communication Lecture 56 - Sampling Theorem
Link NOC:Analog Communication Lecture 57 - Sampling Theorem (Continued...)
Link NOC:Analog Communication Lecture 58 - FDM Vs TDM
Link NOC:Analog Communication Lecture 59 - Flat Top Vs Natural Sampling
Link NOC:Analog Communication Lecture 60 - Pulse Coded Modulation
Link NOC:Modern Digital Communication Techniques Lecture 1 - Introduction of Digital Communication System
Link NOC:Modern Digital Communication Techniques Lecture 2 - Introduction of Digital Communication System (Continued...)
Link NOC:Modern Digital Communication Techniques Lecture 3 - Introduction of Digital Communication System (Continued...)
Link NOC:Modern Digital Communication Techniques Lecture 4 - Introduction of Digital Communication System (Continued...)
Link NOC:Modern Digital Communication Techniques Lecture 5 - Introduction of Digital Communication System (Continued...)
Link NOC:Modern Digital Communication Techniques Lecture 6 - Source Coding
Link NOC:Modern Digital Communication Techniques Lecture 7 - Source Coding (Continued...)
Link NOC:Modern Digital Communication Techniques Lecture 8 - Source Coding (Continued...)
Link NOC:Modern Digital Communication Techniques Lecture 9 - Source Coding (Continued...)
Link NOC:Modern Digital Communication Techniques Lecture 10 - Source Coding (Continued...)
Link NOC:Modern Digital Communication Techniques Lecture 11 - Source Coding (Continued...)
Link NOC:Modern Digital Communication Techniques Lecture 12 - Source Coding (Continued...)
Link NOC:Modern Digital Communication Techniques Lecture 13 - Source Coding (Continued...)
Link NOC:Modern Digital Communication Techniques Lecture 14 - Source Coding (Continued...)
Link NOC:Modern Digital Communication Techniques Lecture 15 - Analog to Digital Conversion
Link NOC:Modern Digital Communication Techniques Lecture 16 - Analog to Digital Conversion (Continued...)
Link NOC:Modern Digital Communication Techniques Lecture 17 - Characterization of Signals and Systems
Link NOC:Modern Digital Communication Techniques Lecture 18 - Characterization of Signals and Systems (Continued...)
Link NOC:Modern Digital Communication Techniques Lecture 19 - Characterization of Signals and Systems (Continued...)
Link NOC:Modern Digital Communication Techniques Lecture 20 - Characterization of Signals and Systems (Continued...)
Link NOC:Modern Digital Communication Techniques Lecture 21 - Characterization of Signals and Systems (Continued...)
Link NOC:Modern Digital Communication Techniques Lecture 22 - Characterization of Signals and Systems (Continued...)
Link NOC:Modern Digital Communication Techniques Lecture 23 - Characterization of Signals and Systems (Continued...)
Link NOC:Modern Digital Communication Techniques Lecture 24 - Memoryless Modulation
Link NOC:Modern Digital Communication Techniques Lecture 25 - Memoryless Modulation (Continued...)
Link NOC:Modern Digital Communication Techniques Lecture 26 - Memoryless Modulation (Continued...)
Link NOC:Modern Digital Communication Techniques Lecture 27 - Memoryless Modulation (Continued...)
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Link Analog IC Design Lecture 1 - Course introduction; Negative feedback control
Link Analog IC Design Lecture 2 - Negative feedback amplifier
Link Analog IC Design Lecture 3 - Step response, sinusoidal steady state response
Link Analog IC Design Lecture 4 - Loop gain and unity loop gain frequency; Opamp
Link Analog IC Design Lecture 5 - Opamp realization using controlled sources; Delay in the loop
Link Analog IC Design Lecture 6 - Negative feedback amplifier with ideal delay-small delays
Link Analog IC Design Lecture 7 - Negative feedback amplifier with ideal delay-large delays
Link Analog IC Design Lecture 8 - Negative feedback amplifier with parasitic poles and zeros
Link Analog IC Design Lecture 9 - Negative feedback amplifier with parasitic poles and zeros; Nyquist criterion
Link Analog IC Design Lecture 10 - Nyquist criterion; Phase margin
Link Analog IC Design Lecture 11 - Phase margin
Link Analog IC Design Lecture 12 - Single stage opamp realization
Link Analog IC Design Lecture 13 - Two stage miller compensated opamp
Link Analog IC Design Lecture 14 - Two stage miller compensated opamp
Link Analog IC Design Lecture 15 - Two and three stage miller compensated opamps; Feedforward compensated opamp
Link Analog IC Design Lecture 16 - Feedforward compensated opamp
Link Analog IC Design Lecture 17 - Feedforward compensated opamp
Link Analog IC Design Lecture 18 - Feedforward compensated opamp; typical opamp data sheet
Link Analog IC Design Lecture 19 - Opamp offset and CMRR; Transimpedance amplifier using an opamp
Link Analog IC Design Lecture 20 - Components available in a CMOS process
Link Analog IC Design Lecture 21 - MOS transistors-basics
Link Analog IC Design Lecture 22 - MOS transistors-parasitics, mismatch
Link Analog IC Design Lecture 23 - MOS transistors-mismatch, speed
Link Analog IC Design Lecture 24 - Noise in resistors
Link Analog IC Design Lecture 25 - Noise in MOS transistors; Input and output referred noise
Link Analog IC Design Lecture 26 - Noise scaling; Basic amplifier stages-Common source, common gate
Link Analog IC Design Lecture 27 - Basic amplifier stages-Common drain; Frequency response of amplifiers
Link Analog IC Design Lecture 28 - Common source amplifier frequency response; Differential amplifier
Link Analog IC Design Lecture 29 - Differential and common mode half circuits; Differential pair with active load
Link Analog IC Design Lecture 30 - Differential pair with current mirror load
Link Analog IC Design Lecture 31 - Single stage opamp characteristics
Link Analog IC Design Lecture 32 - Opamp with single and dual supplies; Single stage opamp tradeoffs
Link Analog IC Design Lecture 33 - Telescopic cascode opamp
Link Analog IC Design Lecture 34 - Telescopic cascode opamp; Folded cascode opamp
Link Analog IC Design Lecture 35 - Folded cascode opamp
Link Analog IC Design Lecture 36 - Two stage opamp
Link Analog IC Design Lecture 37 - Two stage opamp; Three stage and triple cascode opamps
Link Analog IC Design Lecture 38 - Common mode rejection ratio; Example
Link Analog IC Design Lecture 39 - Fully differential circuits
Link Analog IC Design Lecture 40 - Fully differential single stage opamp
Link Analog IC Design Lecture 41 - Common mode feedback
Link Analog IC Design Lecture 42 - Fully differential single stage opamp
Link Analog IC Design Lecture 43 - Fully differential two stage opamp; Fully differential versus pseudo-differential
Link Analog IC Design Lecture 44 - Circuit simulators and analyses
Link Analog IC Design Lecture 45 - Phase locked loop as frequency multiplier
Link Analog IC Design Lecture 46 - Phase domain model
Link Analog IC Design Lecture 47 - Type I PLL transfer function and reference feedthrough
Link Analog IC Design Lecture 48 - Type II PLL
Link Analog IC Design Lecture 49 - Type II PLL transfer functions; Implementation
Link Analog IC Design Lecture 50 - Type II PLL-extra poles; Random noise in a PLL
Link Analog IC Design Lecture 51 - Oscillator phase noise
Link Analog IC Design Lecture 52 - PLL phase noise; LC and ring Oscillators
Link Analog IC Design Lecture 53 - Generating PTAT and constant MOS gm bias currents
Link Analog IC Design Lecture 54 - Reducing supply sensitivity; Bandgap voltage reference
Link Analog IC Design Lecture 55 - Fractional bandgap reference; Low dropout regulator
Link Analog IC Design Lecture 56 - Low dropout regulators; Continuous-time active filters
Link Analog IC Design Lecture 57 - Continuous-time active filters
Link Analog IC Design Lecture 58 - Continuous-time active filters
Link Analog IC Design Lecture 59 - Discrete-time active filters
Link Analog IC Design Lecture 60 - Transistor sizing in practice; Course summary
Link Coding Theory Lecture 1 - Introduction to Linear Block Codes
Link Coding Theory Lecture 2 - Properties of Linear Block Codes
Link Coding Theory Lecture 3 - Dual of Linear Block Codes
Link Coding Theory Lecture 4 - Minimum Distance of Codes
Link Coding Theory Lecture 5 - Operations on Codes
Link Coding Theory Lecture 6 - Bounds on Code Parameters
Link Coding Theory Lecture 7 - Optimal Decoders
Link Coding Theory Lecture 8 - Syndrome Decoder, Basics of Finite Fields
Link Coding Theory Lecture 9 - Constructions of Finite Fields
Link Coding Theory Lecture 10 - Computations in Finite Fields
Link Coding Theory Lecture 11 - Codes over Finite Fields, Minimal Polynomials
Link Coding Theory Lecture 12 - BCH Codes
Link Coding Theory Lecture 13 - BCH and RS Codes I
Link Coding Theory Lecture 14 - BCH and RS Codes II
Link Coding Theory Lecture 15 - Decoding BCH Codes
Link Coding Theory Lecture 16 - Decoding RS Codes
Link Coding Theory Lecture 17 - Coded Modulation and Soft Decision Decoding
Link Coding Theory Lecture 18 - Optimal Decoders for BPSK and AWGN
Link Coding Theory Lecture 19 - Bitwise Map Decoder for BPSK over AWGN
Link Coding Theory Lecture 20 - Bitwise Map Decoder from the Dual Code
Link Coding Theory Lecture 21 - Simulating Coded Modulation
Link Coding Theory Lecture 22 - Union Bound, Introduction to LDPC Codes
Link Coding Theory Lecture 23 - LDPC Codes
Link Coding Theory Lecture 24 - Message Passing, Density Evolution Analysis
Link Coding Theory Lecture 25 - Thresholds of LDPC Codes
Link Coding Theory Lecture 26 - Irregular LDPC Codes
Link Coding Theory Lecture 27 - Optimized Irregular LDPC Codes, Soft Message Passing Decoders
Link Coding Theory Lecture 28 - Density Evolution for Soft Message Passing Decoding of LDPC Codes
Link Coding Theory Lecture 29 - LDPC Codes in Practice
Link Coding Theory Lecture 30 - Introduction to Convolutional Codes
Link Coding Theory Lecture 31 - Viterbi Decoding of Convolutional Codes
Link Coding Theory Lecture 32 - Union Bound, Recursive Convolutional Encoders
Link Coding Theory Lecture 33 - Convolutional Codes in Practice
Link Coding Theory Lecture 34 - BCJR Decoder
Link Coding Theory Lecture 35 - BCJR & Max-Log-MAP Decoder, Introduction to Turbo Codes
Link Coding Theory Lecture 36 - Turbo Decoder
Link Coding Theory Lecture 37 - Turbo Codes in Practice
Link Coding Theory Lecture 38 - Modern Codes
Link Semiconductor Device Modeling Lecture 1
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Link VLSI Data Conversion Circuits Lecture 1 - Introduction to Data Conversion
Link VLSI Data Conversion Circuits Lecture 2 - Sampling-1
Link VLSI Data Conversion Circuits Lecture 3 - Sampling-2
Link VLSI Data Conversion Circuits Lecture 4 - Nonidealities in Samples
Link VLSI Data Conversion Circuits Lecture 5 - Noise due to Sampling
Link VLSI Data Conversion Circuits Lecture 6 - Distortion in a Sampling Switch
Link VLSI Data Conversion Circuits Lecture 7 - Gate Boosted Switches-1
Link VLSI Data Conversion Circuits Lecture 8 - Gate Boosted Switches-2
Link VLSI Data Conversion Circuits Lecture 9 - Charge Injection
Link VLSI Data Conversion Circuits Lecture 10 - S/H Characterization-1
Link VLSI Data Conversion Circuits Lecture 11 - S/H Characterization-2
Link VLSI Data Conversion Circuits Lecture 12 - FFTs and Leakage
Link VLSI Data Conversion Circuits Lecture 13 - Spectral Windows-1
Link VLSI Data Conversion Circuits Lecture 14 - Spectral Windows-2
Link VLSI Data Conversion Circuits Lecture 15 - ADC/DAC Definition
Link VLSI Data Conversion Circuits Lecture 16 - Quantization Noise-1
Link VLSI Data Conversion Circuits Lecture 17 - Quantization Noise-2
Link VLSI Data Conversion Circuits Lecture 18 - Over Sampling and Noise Shaping
Link VLSI Data Conversion Circuits Lecture 19 - Delta-Sigma Modulation-1
Link VLSI Data Conversion Circuits Lecture 20 - Delta-Sigma Modulation-2
Link VLSI Data Conversion Circuits Lecture 21 - Linearized Analysis
Link VLSI Data Conversion Circuits Lecture 22 - Stability of Delta Sigma Modulators
Link VLSI Data Conversion Circuits Lecture 23 - High Order DSMs
Link VLSI Data Conversion Circuits Lecture 24 - NTF Design and Tradeoffs
Link VLSI Data Conversion Circuits Lecture 25 - Single bit Modulators
Link VLSI Data Conversion Circuits Lecture 26 - Loop Filter Architectures
Link VLSI Data Conversion Circuits Lecture 27 - Continous-time Delta Sigma Modulation
Link VLSI Data Conversion Circuits Lecture 28 - Implicit Antialiasing
Link VLSI Data Conversion Circuits Lecture 29 - Modulators with NRZ and Impulsive DACs
Link VLSI Data Conversion Circuits Lecture 30 - High Order CTDSMs
Link VLSI Data Conversion Circuits Lecture 31 - CTDM Design
Link VLSI Data Conversion Circuits Lecture 32 - Excess Loop Delay (ELD)
Link VLSI Data Conversion Circuits Lecture 33 - ELD Compensation
Link VLSI Data Conversion Circuits Lecture 34 - Effect of Clock Jitter on CTDSMs-1
Link VLSI Data Conversion Circuits Lecture 35 - Effect of Clock Jitter on CTDSMs-2
Link VLSI Data Conversion Circuits Lecture 36 - Dynamic Range Scaling
Link VLSI Data Conversion Circuits Lecture 37 - Simulation of CTDSMs
Link VLSI Data Conversion Circuits Lecture 38 - Integrator Design-1
Link VLSI Data Conversion Circuits Lecture 39 - Integrator Design-2
Link VLSI Data Conversion Circuits Lecture 40 - Flash ADC Design
Link VLSI Data Conversion Circuits Lecture 41 - Latches and Metastability
Link VLSI Data Conversion Circuits Lecture 42 - Offset in a Latch-1
Link VLSI Data Conversion Circuits Lecture 43 - Offset in a Latch-2 Auto Zeroing
Link VLSI Data Conversion Circuits Lecture 44 - Auto Zeroing-2
Link VLSI Data Conversion Circuits Lecture 45 - Auto Zeroing-3
Link VLSI Data Conversion Circuits Lecture 46 - Auto Zeroing in flash ADCs
Link VLSI Data Conversion Circuits Lecture 47 - Flash ADCs Case Study
Link VLSI Data Conversion Circuits Lecture 48 - Flash ADC Case Study
Link VLSI Data Conversion Circuits Lecture 49 - Flash ADC in a Delta Sigma Loop
Link VLSI Data Conversion Circuits Lecture 50 - DAC Basics
Link VLSI Data Conversion Circuits Lecture 51 - Binary and Themometer DACs
Link VLSI Data Conversion Circuits Lecture 52 - Segmented DACs
Link VLSI Data Conversion Circuits Lecture 53 - Optimal DAC Segmentation
Link VLSI Data Conversion Circuits Lecture 54 - DAC Nonlinearities
Link VLSI Data Conversion Circuits Lecture 55 - Current Steering DACs-1
Link VLSI Data Conversion Circuits Lecture 56 - Current Steering DACs-2
Link VLSI Data Conversion Circuits Lecture 57 - DAC Mismatches in DSMs
Link VLSI Data Conversion Circuits Lecture 58 - Calibration and Randomization
Link VLSI Data Conversion Circuits Lecture 59 - Dynamic Element Matching-1
Link VLSI Data Conversion Circuits Lecture 60 - Dynamic Element Matching-2
Link Digital Circuits and Systems Lecture 1 - Introduction To Digital Circuits
Link Digital Circuits and Systems Lecture 2 - Introduction To Digital Circuits
Link Digital Circuits and Systems Lecture 3 - Combinational Logic Basics
Link Digital Circuits and Systems Lecture 4 - Combinational Circuits
Link Digital Circuits and Systems Lecture 5 - Logic Simplification
Link Digital Circuits and Systems Lecture 6 - Karnaugh Maps And Implicants
Link Digital Circuits and Systems Lecture 7 - Logic Minimization Using Karnaugh Maps
Link Digital Circuits and Systems Lecture 8 - Karnaugh Map Minimization Using Maxterms
Link Digital Circuits and Systems Lecture 9 - Code Converters
Link Digital Circuits and Systems Lecture 10 - Parity Generators And Display Decoder
Link Digital Circuits and Systems Lecture 11 - Arithmetic Circuits
Link Digital Circuits and Systems Lecture 12 - Carry Look Ahead Adders
Link Digital Circuits and Systems Lecture 13 - Subtractors
Link Digital Circuits and Systems Lecture 14 - 2?'S Complement Subtractor and BCD Adder
Link Digital Circuits and Systems Lecture 15 - Array Multiplier
Link Digital Circuits and Systems Lecture 16 - Introduction to Sequential Circuits
Link Digital Circuits and Systems Lecture 17 - S-R, J-K and D Flip Flops
Link Digital Circuits and Systems Lecture 18 - J-K and T Flip Flops
Link Digital Circuits and Systems Lecture 19 - Triggering Mechanisms of Flip Flops and Counters
Link Digital Circuits and Systems Lecture 20 - Up/Down Counters
Link Digital Circuits and Systems Lecture 21 - Shift Registers
Link Digital Circuits and Systems Lecture 22 - Application of shift Registers
Link Digital Circuits and Systems Lecture 23 - State Machines
Link Digital Circuits and Systems Lecture 24 - Design of Synchronous Sequential Circuits
Link Digital Circuits and Systems Lecture 25 - Design using J-K Flip Flop
Link Digital Circuits and Systems Lecture 26 - Mealy and Moore Circuits
Link Digital Circuits and Systems Lecture 27 - Pattern Detector
Link Digital Circuits and Systems Lecture 28 - MSI and LSI Based Design
Link Digital Circuits and Systems Lecture 29 - Multiplexer Based Design
Link Digital Circuits and Systems Lecture 30 - Encoders and Decoders
Link Digital Circuits and Systems Lecture 31 - Programmable Logic Devices
Link Digital Circuits and Systems Lecture 32 - Design using Programmable Logic Devices
Link Digital Circuits and Systems Lecture 33 - Design using Programmable Logic Devices (Continued)
Link Digital Circuits and Systems Lecture 34 - MSI and LSI based Implementation of Sequential Circuits
Link Digital Circuits and Systems Lecture 35 - MSI and LSI based Implementation of Sequential Circuits (Continued)
Link Digital Circuits and Systems Lecture 36 - Design of circuits using MSI sequential blocks
Link Digital Circuits and Systems Lecture 37 - System Design Example
Link Digital Circuits and Systems Lecture 38 - System Design Example (Continued)
Link Digital Circuits and Systems Lecture 39 - System Design using the concept of controllers
Link Digital Circuits and Systems Lecture 40 - System Design using the concept of controllers (Continued)
Link Electronics for Analog Signal Processing - I Lecture 1 - Introduction
Link Electronics for Analog Signal Processing - I Lecture 2 - Diode
Link Electronics for Analog Signal Processing - I Lecture 3 - Diode characteristics
Link Electronics for Analog Signal Processing - I Lecture 4 - Rectifier
Link Electronics for Analog Signal Processing - I Lecture 5 - Voltage Multiplier
Link Electronics for Analog Signal Processing - I Lecture 6 - Full Wave Rectifier and Peak Detector
Link Electronics for Analog Signal Processing - I Lecture 7 - Diode as a GATE
Link Electronics for Analog Signal Processing - I Lecture 8 - Analog GATE
Link Electronics for Analog Signal Processing - I Lecture 9 - Small Signal Analysis of Diode Circuit
Link Electronics for Analog Signal Processing - I Lecture 10 - Zener Regulator and Voltage Regulator
Link Electronics for Analog Signal Processing - I Lecture 11 - Varactor Diode
Link Electronics for Analog Signal Processing - I Lecture 12 - Amplifiers
Link Electronics for Analog Signal Processing - I Lecture 13 - Cascading of Amplifiers
Link Electronics for Analog Signal Processing - I Lecture 14 - Cascading of Amplifiers
Link Electronics for Analog Signal Processing - I Lecture 15 - h and g Parameters
Link Electronics for Analog Signal Processing - I Lecture 16 - Two Port Analysis
Link Electronics for Analog Signal Processing - I Lecture 17 - Amplifier Applications
Link Electronics for Analog Signal Processing - I Lecture 18 - Frequency Limitations Of An Amplifier
Link Electronics for Analog Signal Processing - I Lecture 19 - Distortion In Amplifiers
Link Electronics for Analog Signal Processing - I Lecture 20 - Bipolar Junction Transistor
Link Electronics for Analog Signal Processing - I Lecture 21 - Transistor (BJT) Inverter
Link Electronics for Analog Signal Processing - I Lecture 22 - Transistor Biasing
Link Electronics for Analog Signal Processing - I Lecture 23 - Stable Way of Biasing
Link Electronics for Analog Signal Processing - I Lecture 24 - Common Emitter Amplifiers
Link Electronics for Analog Signal Processing - I Lecture 25 - Transistor Biasing Using Single Supply
Link Electronics for Analog Signal Processing - I Lecture 26 - Metal Oxide Semiconductor
Link Electronics for Analog Signal Processing - I Lecture 27 - Construction of a MOSFET
Link Electronics for Analog Signal Processing - I Lecture 28 - Varieties of MOSFETS and JFETS
Link Electronics for Analog Signal Processing - I Lecture 29 - Characteristics of MOSFET
Link Electronics for Analog Signal Processing - I Lecture 30 - Cascading Amplifiers
Link Electronics for Analog Signal Processing - I Lecture 31 - Cascading (Direct Coupling)
Link Electronics for Analog Signal Processing - I Lecture 32 - The Differential Amplifiers
Link Electronics for Analog Signal Processing - I Lecture 33 - BJT Differential Amplifiers
Link Electronics for Analog Signal Processing - I Lecture 34 - MOSFET Differential Amplifiers
Link Electronics for Analog Signal Processing - I Lecture 35 - Cascading Differential Amplifiers
Link Electronics for Analog Signal Processing - I Lecture 36 - Current Source and Current Sink
Link Electronics for Analog Signal Processing - I Lecture 37 - NMOS Inverters and CMOS Inverters
Link Electronics for Analog Signal Processing - I Lecture 38 - Active Components used in Electronics
Link Electronics for Analog Signal Processing - II Lecture 1 - Feedback Theory
Link Electronics for Analog Signal Processing - II Lecture 2 - Negative Feedback
Link Electronics for Analog Signal Processing - II Lecture 3 - Negative Feedback
Link Electronics for Analog Signal Processing - II Lecture 4 - Y-Feedback
Link Electronics for Analog Signal Processing - II Lecture 5 - h and g Negative Feedback
Link Electronics for Analog Signal Processing - II Lecture 6 - g Feedback with Mosfet
Link Electronics for Analog Signal Processing - II Lecture 7 - Operational Amplifier in Negative Feedback
Link Electronics for Analog Signal Processing - II Lecture 8 - Operational Amplifier in Negative Feedback
Link Electronics for Analog Signal Processing - II Lecture 9 - Positive Feedback (Regenerative)
Link Electronics for Analog Signal Processing - II Lecture 10 - Experimental Demonstration
Link Electronics for Analog Signal Processing - II Lecture 11 - Instrumentation Amplifiers
Link Electronics for Analog Signal Processing - II Lecture 12 - Active Filters
Link Electronics for Analog Signal Processing - II Lecture 13 - Simulation of Harmonic Oscillators
Link Electronics for Analog Signal Processing - II Lecture 14 - Oscillators
Link Electronics for Analog Signal Processing - II Lecture 15 - Oscillators
Link Electronics for Analog Signal Processing - II Lecture 16 - Frequency Compensation in Negative Feedback
Link Electronics for Analog Signal Processing - II Lecture 17 - Frequency Compensation
Link Electronics for Analog Signal Processing - II Lecture 18 - Wideband (video) Amplifiers
Link Electronics for Analog Signal Processing - II Lecture 19 - Wideband Amplifiers
Link Electronics for Analog Signal Processing - II Lecture 20 - ICs For Video And Tuned Amplifier Applications
Link Electronics for Analog Signal Processing - II Lecture 21 - Power Amplifier
Link Electronics for Analog Signal Processing - II Lecture 22 - Power Amplifier
Link Electronics for Analog Signal Processing - II Lecture 23 - Class B and C Power Amplifiers
Link Electronics for Analog Signal Processing - II Lecture 24 - Class-B Power Amplifier Load and Drive
Link Electronics for Analog Signal Processing - II Lecture 25 - Control Circuits
Link Electronics for Analog Signal Processing - II Lecture 26 - Voltage Regulators
Link Electronics for Analog Signal Processing - II Lecture 27 - Voltage Regulators
Link Electronics for Analog Signal Processing - II Lecture 28 - Voltage Regulators
Link Electronics for Analog Signal Processing - II Lecture 29 - Convertors
Link Electronics for Analog Signal Processing - II Lecture 30 - Analog Multipliers (Modems & Mixers)
Link Electronics for Analog Signal Processing - II Lecture 31 - Log-Antilog Multipliers
Link Electronics for Analog Signal Processing - II Lecture 32 - Multipliers
Link Electronics for Analog Signal Processing - II Lecture 33 - Multipliers
Link Electronics for Analog Signal Processing - II Lecture 34 - AGC/AVC
Link Electronics for Analog Signal Processing - II Lecture 35 - AGC/AVC
Link Electronics for Analog Signal Processing - II Lecture 36 - Experimental Demonstration
Link Electronics for Analog Signal Processing - II Lecture 37 - PLL (Phase Locked Loop)
Link Electronics for Analog Signal Processing - II Lecture 38 - PLL (Phase Locked Loop)
Link Electronics for Analog Signal Processing - II Lecture 39 - Lock Range Capture Range and FSK and FM
Link High Speed Devices and Circuits Lecture 1 - Introduction to Basic concepts
Link High Speed Devices and Circuits Lecture 2 - Requirements for high speed circuits, devices and materials
Link High Speed Devices and Circuits Lecture 3 - Classification and properties of semiconductor devices
Link High Speed Devices and Circuits Lecture 4 - Ternary compound semiconductors and their applications
Link High Speed Devices and Circuits Lecture 5 - Ternary compound semiconductors and their applications (Continued.)
Link High Speed Devices and Circuits Lecture 6 - Crystal structures in GaAs
Link High Speed Devices and Circuits Lecture 7 - Dopants and impurities in GaAs and InP
Link High Speed Devices and Circuits Lecture 8 - Brief Overview of GaAs Technology for High Speed Devices
Link High Speed Devices and Circuits Lecture 9 - Epitaxial Techniques for GaAs and high speed devices
Link High Speed Devices and Circuits Lecture 10 - MBE and LPE for GaAs Epitoxy
Link High Speed Devices and Circuits Lecture 11 - GaAs and InP devices for Microelectronics
Link High Speed Devices and Circuits Lecture 12 - Metal Semiconductor contacts for MESFET
Link High Speed Devices and Circuits Lecture 13 - Metal Semiconductor contacts for MESFET (Continued.)
Link High Speed Devices and Circuits Lecture 14 - Metal Semiconductor contacts for MESFET (Continued.)
Link High Speed Devices and Circuits Lecture 15 - Ohmic contacts on semiconductors
Link High Speed Devices and Circuits Lecture 16 - Fermi level pinning, I V characteristics of Schottky Barrier Diodes
Link High Speed Devices and Circuits Lecture 17 - Schottky Barrier Diodes I V characteristics of Non idealities -1
Link High Speed Devices and Circuits Lecture 18 - Schottky Barrier Diodes I V characteristics of Non idealities -1
Link High Speed Devices and Circuits Lecture 19 - Causes of Non idealities in the Schottky Barrier Diodes (I V characteristics)
Link High Speed Devices and Circuits Lecture 20 - MESFET operations and I V characteristics
Link High Speed Devices and Circuits Lecture 21 - MESFET I V characteristics Shockley's Model
Link High Speed Devices and Circuits Lecture 22 - MESFET Shockley's Model and velocity saturation effect
Link High Speed Devices and Circuits Lecture 23 - MESFET velocity saturation effect on drain current saturation
Link High Speed Devices and Circuits Lecture 24 - MESFET : Drain current saturation Ids due to velocity saturation
Link High Speed Devices and Circuits Lecture 25 - MESFET : Effects of channel length and gate length on IDS and gm
Link High Speed Devices and Circuits Lecture 26 - MESFET : Effects of velocity saturation and velocity field characteristics
Link High Speed Devices and Circuits Lecture 27 - MESFET : Effects of velocity field characteristics - Overshoot effects
Link High Speed Devices and Circuits Lecture 28 - MESFET : Velocity overshoot effect and self aligned MESFET SAINT
Link High Speed Devices and Circuits Lecture 29 - Self Aligned MESFET SAINT Threshold Voltage and Sub Threshold current
Link High Speed Devices and Circuits Lecture 30 - Hetero junctions
Link High Speed Devices and Circuits Lecture 31 - Hetero junctions and high electron Mobility Transistor (HEMT)
Link High Speed Devices and Circuits Lecture 32 - Hetero junctions and high electron Mobility Transistor (HEMT) (Continued.)
Link High Speed Devices and Circuits Lecture 33 - High Electron Mobility Transistor
Link High Speed Devices and Circuits Lecture 34 - HEMT off voltage, I-V characteristics and trans conductance
Link High Speed Devices and Circuits Lecture 35 - I-V characteristics and trans conductance and optimization
Link High Speed Devices and Circuits Lecture 36 - Indium phosphide based HEMT
Link High Speed Devices and Circuits Lecture 37 - Pseudomorphic HEMT and Hetrojunction Bipolar Transistors
Link High Speed Devices and Circuits Lecture 38 - Hetero junction Bipolar Transistors (HBT)
Link High Speed Devices and Circuits Lecture 39 - Hetero junction Bipolar Transistors (HBT) (Continued.)
Link High Speed Devices and Circuits Lecture 40 - Hetero junction Bipolar Transistors (HBT) (Continued.)
Link High Speed Devices and Circuits Lecture 41 - Hetero junction Bipolar Transistors (HBT) (Continued.)
Link Solid State Devices Lecture 1 - Introduction on Solid State Devices
Link Solid State Devices Lecture 2 - Evolution and Uniqueness of Semiconductor
Link Solid State Devices Lecture 3 - Equilibrium Carrier Concentration
Link Solid State Devices Lecture 4 - Equilibrium Carrier Concentration
Link Solid State Devices Lecture 5 - Equilibrium Carrier Concentration
Link Solid State Devices Lecture 6 - Equilibrium Carrier Concentration
Link Solid State Devices Lecture 7 - Equilibrium Carrier Concentration
Link Solid State Devices Lecture 8 - Equilibrium Carrier Concentration
Link Solid State Devices Lecture 9 - Equilibrium Carrier Concentration
Link Solid State Devices Lecture 10 - Equilibrium Carrier Concentration
Link Solid State Devices Lecture 11 - Equilibrium Carrier Concentration
Link Solid State Devices Lecture 12 - Carrier Transport
Link Solid State Devices Lecture 13 - Carrier Transport (Continued.)
Link Solid State Devices Lecture 14 - Carrier Transport (Continued.)
Link Solid State Devices Lecture 15 - Excess Carriers
Link Solid State Devices Lecture 16 - Excess Carriers (Continued.)
Link Solid State Devices Lecture 17 - Procedure for Device Analysis
Link Solid State Devices Lecture 18 - Procedure for Device Analysis (Continued.)
Link Solid State Devices Lecture 19 - PN Junction
Link Solid State Devices Lecture 20 - PN Junction (Continued.)
Link Solid State Devices Lecture 21 - PN Junction (Continued.)
Link Solid State Devices Lecture 22 - PN Junction (Continued.)
Link Solid State Devices Lecture 23 - PN Junction (Continued.)
Link Solid State Devices Lecture 24 - PN Junction (Continued.)
Link Solid State Devices Lecture 25 - PN Junction (Continued.)
Link Solid State Devices Lecture 26 - Bipolar Junction Transistor
Link Solid State Devices Lecture 27 - Bipolar Junction Transistor (Continued.)
Link Solid State Devices Lecture 28 - Bipolar Junction Transistor (Continued.)
Link Solid State Devices Lecture 29 - Bipolar Junction Transistor (Continued.)
Link Solid State Devices Lecture 30 - Bipolar Junction Transistor (Continued.)
Link Solid State Devices Lecture 31 - Bipolar Junction Transistor (Continued.)
Link Solid State Devices Lecture 32 - Bipolar Junction Transistor (Continued.)
Link Solid State Devices Lecture 33 - Metal-Oxide-Semiconductor (MOS) Junction
Link Solid State Devices Lecture 34 - Metal-Oxide-Semiconductor (MOS) Junction (Continued.)
Link Solid State Devices Lecture 35 - Metal-Oxide-Semiconductor (MOS) Junction (Continued.)
Link Solid State Devices Lecture 36 - Metal-Oxide-Semiconductor (MOS) Junction (Continued.)
Link Solid State Devices Lecture 37 - Metal-Oxide-Semiconductor (MOS) Junction (Continued.)
Link Solid State Devices Lecture 38 - MOS Field Effect Transistor
Link Solid State Devices Lecture 39 - MOS Field Effect Transistor (Continued.)
Link Solid State Devices Lecture 40 - MOS Field Effect Transistor (Continued.)
Link Solid State Devices Lecture 41 - MOS Field Effect Transistor (Continued.)
Link Solid State Devices Lecture 42 - The Final Lecture - Conclusion
Link VLSI Circuits Lecture 1 - Introduction to VLSI Design
Link VLSI Circuits Lecture 2 - Combinational Circuit Design
Link VLSI Circuits Lecture 3 - Programmable Logic Devices
Link VLSI Circuits Lecture 4 - Programmable Array Logic
Link VLSI Circuits Lecture 5 - Review of Flip-Flops
Link VLSI Circuits Lecture 6 - Sequential Circuits
Link VLSI Circuits Lecture 7 - Sequential Circuit Design
Link VLSI Circuits Lecture 8 - MSI Implementation of Sequential Circuits
Link VLSI Circuits Lecture 9 - Design of Sequential Circuits using One Hot Controller
Link VLSI Circuits Lecture 10 - Verilog Modeling of Combinational Circuits
Link VLSI Circuits Lecture 11 - Modeling of Verilog Sequential Circuits - Core Statements
Link VLSI Circuits Lecture 12 - Modeling of Verilog Sequential Circuits - Core Statements(Continued.)
Link VLSI Circuits Lecture 13 - RTL Coding Guidelines
Link VLSI Circuits Lecture 14 - Coding Organization - Complete Realization
Link VLSI Circuits Lecture 15 - Coding Organization - Complete Realization (Continued.)
Link VLSI Circuits Lecture 16 - Writing a Test Bench
Link VLSI Circuits Lecture 17 - System Design using ASM Chart
Link VLSI Circuits Lecture 18 - Example of System Design using ASM Chart
Link VLSI Circuits Lecture 19 - Examples of System Design using Sequential Circuits
Link VLSI Circuits Lecture 20 - Examples of System Design using Sequential Circuits (Continued.)
Link VLSI Circuits Lecture 21 - Microprogrammed Design
Link VLSI Circuits Lecture 22 - Microprogrammed Design (Continued.)
Link VLSI Circuits Lecture 23 - Design Flow of VLSI Circuits
Link VLSI Circuits Lecture 24 - Simulation of Combinational Circuits
Link VLSI Circuits Lecture 25 - Simulation of Combinational and Sequential Circuits
Link VLSI Circuits Lecture 26 - Analysis of Waveforms using Modelsim
Link VLSI Circuits Lecture 27 - Analysis of Waveforms using Modelsim (Continued.)
Link VLSI Circuits Lecture 28 - ModelSim Simulation Tool
Link VLSI Circuits Lecture 29 - Synthesis Tool
Link VLSI Circuits Lecture 30 - Synthesis Tool (Continued.)
Link VLSI Circuits Lecture 31 - Synplify Tool - Schematic Circuit Diagram View
Link VLSI Circuits Lecture 32 - Technology View using Synplify Tool
Link VLSI Circuits Lecture 33 - Synopsys Full and Parallel Cases
Link VLSI Circuits Lecture 34 - Xilinx Place & Route Tool
Link VLSI Circuits Lecture 35 - Xilinx Place & Route Tool (Continued.)
Link VLSI Circuits Lecture 36 - PCI Arbiter Design using ASM Chart
Link VLSI Circuits Lecture 37 - Design of Memories - ROM
Link VLSI Circuits Lecture 38 - Design of Memories- RAM
Link VLSI Circuits Lecture 39 - Design of External RAM
Link VLSI Circuits Lecture 40 - Design of Arithmetic Circuits
Link VLSI Circuits Lecture 41 - Design of Arithmetic Circuits (Continued.)
Link VLSI Circuits Lecture 42 - Design of Arithmetic Circuits (Continued.)
Link VLSI Circuits Lecture 43 - System Design Examples
Link VLSI Circuits Lecture 44 - System Design Examples (Continued.)
Link VLSI Circuits Lecture 45 - System Design Examples (Continued.)
Link VLSI Circuits Lecture 46 - System Design Examples (Continued.)
Link VLSI Circuits Lecture 47 - System Design Examples (Continued.)
Link VLSI Circuits Lecture 48 - System Design Examples using FPGA Board
Link VLSI Circuits Lecture 49 - System Design Examples using FPGA Board (Continued.)
Link VLSI Circuits Lecture 50 - Advanced Features of Xilinx Project Navigator
Link VLSI Circuits Lecture 51 - System Design Examples using FPGA Board (Continued.)
Link VLSI Circuits Lecture 52 - System Design Examples using FPGA Board (Continued.)
Link VLSI Circuits Lecture 53 - System Design Examples using FPGA Board (Continued.)
Link VLSI Circuits Lecture 54 - System Design Examples using FPGA Board (Continued.)
Link VLSI Circuits Lecture 55 - Project Design Suggested for FPGA/ASIC Implementations
Link VLSI Technology Lecture 1 - Introduction on VLSI Design
Link VLSI Technology Lecture 2 - Bipolar Junction Transistor Fabrication
Link VLSI Technology Lecture 3 - MOSFET Fabrication for IC
Link VLSI Technology Lecture 4 - Crystal Structure of Si
Link VLSI Technology Lecture 5 - Crystal Structure (Continued.)
Link VLSI Technology Lecture 6 - Defects in Crystal + Crystal growth
Link VLSI Technology Lecture 7 - Crystal growth Contd + Epitaxy I
Link VLSI Technology Lecture 8 - Epitaxy II - Vapour phase Epitaxy
Link VLSI Technology Lecture 9 - Epitaxy III - Doping during Epitaxy
Link VLSI Technology Lecture 10 - Molecular beam Epitaxy
Link VLSI Technology Lecture 11 - Oxidation I - Kinetics of Oxidation
Link VLSI Technology Lecture 12 - Oxidation II - Oxidation rate constants
Link VLSI Technology Lecture 13 - Oxidation III - Dopant Redistribution
Link VLSI Technology Lecture 14 - Oxidation IV - Oxide Charges
Link VLSI Technology Lecture 15 - Diffusion I - Theory of Diffusion
Link VLSI Technology Lecture 16 - Diffusion II - Infinite Source
Link VLSI Technology Lecture 17 - Diffusion III - Actual Doping Profiles
Link VLSI Technology Lecture 18 - Diffusion IV - Diffusion Systems
Link VLSI Technology Lecture 19 - Ion - Implantation Process
Link VLSI Technology Lecture 20 - Ion - Implantation Process
Link VLSI Technology Lecture 21 - Annealing of Damages
Link VLSI Technology Lecture 22 - Masking during Implantation
Link VLSI Technology Lecture 23 - Lithography - I
Link VLSI Technology Lecture 24 - Lithography - II
Link VLSI Technology Lecture 25 - Wet Chemical Etching
Link VLSI Technology Lecture 26 - Dry Etching
Link VLSI Technology Lecture 27 - Plasma Etching Systems
Link VLSI Technology Lecture 28 - Etching of Si,Sio2,SiN and other materials
Link VLSI Technology Lecture 29 - Plasma Deposition Process
Link VLSI Technology Lecture 30 - Metallization - I
Link VLSI Technology Lecture 31 - Problems in Aluminium Metal contacts
Link VLSI Technology Lecture 32 - IC BJT - From junction isolation to LOCOS
Link VLSI Technology Lecture 33 - Problems in LOCOS + Trench isolation
Link VLSI Technology Lecture 34 - More about BJT Fabrication and Realization
Link VLSI Technology Lecture 35 - Circuits + Transistors in ECL Circuits
Link VLSI Technology Lecture 36 - MOSFET I - Metal gate vs. Self-aligned Poly-gate
Link VLSI Technology Lecture 37 - MOSFET II Tailoring of Device Parameters
Link VLSI Technology Lecture 38 - CMOS Technology
Link VLSI Technology Lecture 39 - Latch - up in CMOS
Link VLSI Technology Lecture 40 - BICMOS Technology
Link Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 1 - Introduction to the course;Current and Voltage;Kirchhoff's Current and Voltage laws
Link Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 2 - Electrical circuit elements: Voltage and current sources; R, C, L; Voltage sources in series; Example of superposition
Link Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 3 - Elements in series and parallel; Superposition in linear circuits
Link Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 4 - Controlled sources; Determining the characteristics of a two terminal element; Realizing a resistor using a VCCS or a CCVS
Link Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 5 - Nodal analysis of a network with conductances and current sources; Setting up the equations; Conductance matrix; Superposition
Link Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 6 - Circuit analysis; Number of KCL and KVL equations in a circuit; Nodal analysis of a network with conductances and current sources; Setting up the equations; Conductance matrix;
Link Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 7 - Nodal analysis with voltage sources and controlled sources; Brief introduction to modified nodal analysis; Use of supernode to solve circuits with voltage sources; Superposition theorem
Link Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 8 - Mesh analysis of a circuit with resistors and voltage sources; Comparison with nodal analysis; Mesh analysis of circuits with current sources-supermesh
Link Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 9 - Choice of nodal versus mesh analysis; Circuit theorems: Pushing a voltage source through a node, splitting a current source, substitution theorem, superposition
Link Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 10 - Thevenin and Norton (theorem and) equivalent circuits; Power conservation in a circuit
Link Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 11 - Tellegen's theorem; Reciprocity theorem
Link Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 12 - Compensation Theorem; Two ports
Link Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 13 - Two port parameters-y parameters
Link Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 14 - Two port parameters(z, h, and g); Reciprocal two ports
Link Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 15 - Opamp, ideal opamp circuits, non-inverting and inverting amplifiers; Ensuring that the opamp has negative feedback
Link Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 16 - RC circuit natural response; First order differential equation
Link Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 17 - RC (first-order) circuit, complete response with step inputs; Transient(natural) and steady state(forced) responses; Zero-state and zero-input responses
Link Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 18 - Step response of RC circuit with loops of voltage sources and capacitors; RL circuits; RLC circuits
Link Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 19 - Second order(RLC circuit) natural response; Series and prallel RLC circuits; Differential equation-characteristic equation and solutions; Forced response of a second order circuit
Link Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 20 - General formulation of second order(RLC circuit) natural response; Natural frequency and damping/quality factor; Series/parallel RLC circuits; R, L, C in sinusoidal steady state
Link Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 21 - Sinusoidal steady state response of RC and RLC circuits
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 1 - Preliminaries
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 2 - Current
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 3 - Voltage
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 4 - Electrical elements and circuits
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 5 - Kirchhoff's current law (KCL)
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 6 - Kirchhoff's Voltage law (KVL)
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 7 - Voltage Source
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 8 - Current Source
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 9 - Resistor
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 10 - Capacitor
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 11 - Inductor
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 12 - Mutual Inductor
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 13 - Linearity of Elements
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 14 - Solutions to the assignment on units 1 and 2
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 15 - Series connection-Voltage sources in series
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 16 - Series connection of R, L, C, current source
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 17 - Elements in parallel
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 18 - Current source in series with an element; Voltage source in parallel with an element
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 19 - Extreme cases: Open and short circuits
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 20 - Summary
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 21 - Voltage controlled voltage source (VCVS)
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 22 - Voltage controlled current source (VCCS)
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 23 - Current controlled voltage source (CCVS)
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 24 - Current controlled current source (CCCS)
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 25 - Realizing a resistance using a VCCS or CCCS
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 26 - Scaling an element's value using controlled sources
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 27 - Example calculation
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 28 - Solution to the assignment on units 3 and 4
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 29 - Power and energy absorbed by electrical elements
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 30 - Power and energy in a resistor
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 31 - Power and energy in a capacitor
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 32 - Power and energy in an inductor
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 33 - Power and energy in a voltage source
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 34 - Power and energy in a current source
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 35 - Goals of circuit analysis
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 36 - Number of independent KCL equations
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 37 - Number of independent KVL equations and branch relationships
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 38 - Analysis of circuits with a single independent source
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 39 - Analysis of circuits with multiple independent sources using superposition
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 40 - Superposition: Example
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 41 - Solution to the assignment on units 5 and 6
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 42 - What is nodal analysis
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 43 - Setting up nodal analysis equations
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 44 - Structure of the conductance matrix
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 45 - How elements appear in the nodal analysis formulation
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 46 - Completely solving the circuit starting from nodal analysis
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 47 - Nodal analysis example
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 48 - Matrix inversion basics
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 49 - Nodal analysis with independent voltage sources
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 50 - Supernode for nodal analysis with independent voltage sources
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 51 - Nodal analysis with VCCS
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 52 - Nodal analysis with VCVS
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 53 - Nodal analysis with CCVS
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 54 - Nodal analysis with CCCS
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 55 - Nodal analysis summary
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 56 - Solution to the assignment on units 7 and 8
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 57 - Planar circuits
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 58 - Mesh currents and their relationship to branch currents
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 59 - Mesh analysis
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 60 - Mesh analysis with independent current sources-Supermesh
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 61 - Mesh analysis with current controlled voltage sources
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 62 - Mesh analysis with current controlled current sources
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 63 - Mesh analysis using voltage controlled sources
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 64 - Nodal analysis versus Mesh analysis
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 65 - Superposition theorem
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 66 - Pushing a voltage source through a node
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 67 - Splitting a current source
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 68 - Substitution theorem: Current source
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 69 - Substitution theorem: Voltage source
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 70 - Substituting a voltage or current source with a resistor
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 71 - Solutions
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 72 - Extensions to Superposition and Substitution theorem
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 73 - Thevenin's theorem
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 74 - Worked out example: Thevenin's theorem
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 75 - Norton's theorem
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 76 - Worked out example: Norton's theorem
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 77 - Maximum power transfer theorem
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 78 - Preliminaries.
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 79 - Two port parameters
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 80 - y parameters
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 81 - y parameters: Examples
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 82 - Solutions.
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 83 - z parameters
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 84 - z parameters: Examples
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 85 - h parameters
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 86 - h parameters: Examples
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 87 - g parameters
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 88 - g parameters: Examples
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 89 - Calculations with a two-port element
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 90 - Calculations with a two-port element.
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 91 - Degenerate cases
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 92 - Relationships between different two-port parameters
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 93 - Equivalent circuit representation for two ports
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 94 - Reciprocity
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 95 - Proof of reciprocity of resistive two-ports
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 96 - Proof for 4-terminal two-ports
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 97 - Reciprocity in terms of different two-port parameters
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 98 - Reciprocity in circuits containing controlled sources
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 99 - Examples
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 100 - Solutions..
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 101 - Feedback amplifier using an opamp
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 102 - Ideal opamp
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 103 - Negative feedback around the opamp
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 104 - Finding opamp signs for negative feedback
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 105 - Example: Determining opamp sign for negative feedback
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 106 - Analysis of circuits with opamps
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 107 - Inverting amplifier
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 108 - Summing amplifier
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 109 - Instrumentation amplifier
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 110 - Negative resistance and Miller effect
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 111 - Finding opamp signs for negative feedback-circuits with multiple opamps
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 112 - Opamp supply voltages and saturation
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 113 - KCL with an opamp and supply currents
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 114 - Solutions...
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 115 - Circuits with storage elements (capacitors and inductors)
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 116 - First order circuit with zero input-natural response
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 117 - First order RC circuit with zero input-Example
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 118 - First order circuit with a constant input
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 119 - General form of the first order circuit response
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 120 - First order RC circuit with a constant input-Example
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 121 - First order circuit with piecewise constant input
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 122 - First order circuit with piecewise constant input-Example
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 123 - First order circuit-Response of arbitrary circuit variables
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 124 - Summary: Computing first order circuit response
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 125 - Does a capacitor block DC?
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 126 - Finding the order of a circuit
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 127 - First order RC circuits with discontinuous capacitor voltages
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 128 - Summary: Computing first order circuit response with discontinuities
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 129 - First order RL circuits
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 130 - First order RL circuit with discontinuous inductor current-Example
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 131 - First order RC circuit with an exponential input
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 132 - First order RC response to its own natural response
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 133 - First order RC response to a sinusoidal input
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 134 - First order RC response to a sinusoidal input-via the complex exponential
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 135 - Summary: Linear circuit response to sinusoidal input via the complex exponential
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 136 - Three methods of calculating the sinusoidal steady state response
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 137 - Calculating the total response including initial conditions
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 138 - Why are sinusoids used in measurement?
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 139 - Second order system natural response
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 140 - Second order system as a cascade of two first order systems
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 141 - Second order system natural response-critically damped and underdamped
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 142 - Generalized form of a second order system
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 143 - Numerical example
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 144 - Series and parallel RLC circuits
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 145 - Forced response of a second order system
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 146 - Steady state response calculation and Phasors
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 147 - Phasors (Continued...)
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 148 - Magnitude and Phase plots
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 149 - Magnitude and phase plotes of a second order system
Link NOC:Basic Electrical Circuits Lecture 150 - Maximum power transfer and Conjugate matching
Link Advanced Logic Synthesis Lecture 1 - MOS Transistor
Link Advanced Logic Synthesis Lecture 2 - MOS Transistor - Detailed Study
Link Advanced Logic Synthesis Lecture 3 - Combinational Circuits and layout
Link Advanced Logic Synthesis Lecture 4 - Delay
Link Advanced Logic Synthesis Lecture 5 - Sequential Circuits
Link Advanced Logic Synthesis Lecture 6 - Logical Effort
Link Advanced Logic Synthesis Lecture 7 - Circuit Families
Link Advanced Logic Synthesis Lecture 8 - Lab-01
Link Advanced Logic Synthesis Lecture 9 - Lab-02
Link Advanced Logic Synthesis Lecture 10 - Lab-03
Link Advanced Logic Synthesis Lecture 11 - Lab-04
Link Advanced Logic Synthesis Lecture 12 - Introduction to Synthesis
Link Advanced Logic Synthesis Lecture 13 - Libraries
Link Advanced Logic Synthesis Lecture 14 - RTL Coding for Synthesis
Link Advanced Logic Synthesis Lecture 15 - Reading Design in DC
Link Advanced Logic Synthesis Lecture 16 - Design Environment
Link Advanced Logic Synthesis Lecture 17 - Design Constraints
Link Advanced Logic Synthesis Lecture 18 - Compile Flow and stratergies
Link Advanced Logic Synthesis Lecture 19 - Analysis and Reporting
Link Advanced Logic Synthesis Lecture 20 - Lab-05
Link Advanced Logic Synthesis Lecture 21 - Advanced Synthesis Techniques
Link Advanced Logic Synthesis Lecture 22 - Datapath Extraction Guidelines
Link Advanced Logic Synthesis Lecture 23 - Power - Methodology and Analysis
Link Advanced Logic Synthesis Lecture 24 - Lab-06
Link Advanced Logic Synthesis Lecture 25 - Lab-07
Link Advanced Logic Synthesis Lecture 26 - Lab-08
Link Advanced Logic Synthesis Lecture 27 - Lab-09
Link Advanced Logic Synthesis Lecture 28 - Static Timing Analysis - Concepts and Flow
Link Advanced Logic Synthesis Lecture 29 - Interconnects and Delay calculation
Link Advanced Logic Synthesis Lecture 30 - Clock and Exceptions
Link Advanced Logic Synthesis Lecture 31 - On Chip Variation
Link Advanced Logic Synthesis Lecture 32 - Introduction to Crosstalk
Link Advanced Logic Synthesis Lecture 33 - Gaussian / Normal Distribution
Link Advanced Logic Synthesis Lecture 34 - Equivalence Checking / Formal Verification
Link ARM Based Development Lecture 1 - Types of computer Architectures, ISA's and ARM History
Link ARM Based Development Lecture 2 - Embedded System Software and Hardware, stack implementation in ARM, Endianness, condition codes
Link ARM Based Development Lecture 3 - Processor core VS CPU core, ARM7TDMI Interface signals, Memory Interface, Bus Cycle types, Register set, Operational Modes
Link ARM Based Development Lecture 4 - Instruction Format, ARM Core Data Flow Model, ARM 3 stage Pipeline, ARM family attribute comparision
Link ARM Based Development Lecture 5 - ARM 5 stage Pipeline, Pipeline Hazards, Data forwarding - a hardware solution
Link ARM Based Development Lecture 6 - ARM ISA and Processor Variants, Different Types of Instructions, ARM Instruction set, data processing instructions
Link ARM Based Development Lecture 7 - Shift Operations, shift Operations using RS lower byte, Immediate value encoding
Link ARM Based Development Lecture 8 - Dataprocessing Instructions
Link ARM Based Development Lecture 9 - Addressing Mode-1, Addressing Mode-2
Link ARM Based Development Lecture 10 - Addressing Mode-2, LDR/STR, Addressing mode-3 with examples
Link ARM Based Development Lecture 11 - Instruction Timing, Addressing Mode-4 with Examples
Link ARM Based Development Lecture 12 - Swap Instructions, Swap Register related Instructions, Loading Constants
Link ARM Based Development Lecture 13 - Program Control Flow, Control Flow Instructions, B & BL instructions, BX instruction
Link ARM Based Development Lecture 14 - Interrupts and Exceptions, Exception Handlers, Reset Handling
Link ARM Based Development Lecture 15 - Aborts, software Interrupt Instruction, undefined instruction exception
Link ARM Based Development Lecture 16 - Interrupt Latency, Multiply Instructions, Instruction set examples
Link ARM Based Development Lecture 17 - Thumb state, Thumb Programmers model, Thumb Implementation, Thumb Applications
Link ARM Based Development Lecture 18 - Thumb Instructions, Interrupt processing
Link ARM Based Development Lecture 19 - Interrupt Handelling schemes, Examples of Interrupt Handlers
Link ARM Based Development Lecture 20 - Coprocessors
Link ARM Based Development Lecture 21 - Coprocessor Instructions, data Processing Instruction, data transfers, register transfers
Link ARM Based Development Lecture 22 - Number representations, floating point representation
Link ARM Based Development Lecture 23 - Flynn's Taxonomy, SIMD and Vector Processors, Vector Floating Point Processor (VFP), VFP and ARM interactions, An example vector operation
Link ARM Based Development Lecture 24 - Memory Technologies, Need for memory Hierarchy, Hierarchical Memory Organization, Virtual Memory
Link ARM Based Development Lecture 25 - Cache Memory, Mapping Functions
Link ARM Based Development Lecture 26 - Cache Design, Unified or split cache, multiple level of caches, ARM cache features, coprocessor 15 for system control
Link ARM Based Development Lecture 27 - Processes, Memory Map, Protected Systems, ARM systems with MPU, memory Protection Unit (MPU)
Link ARM Based Development Lecture 28 - Physical Vs Virtual Memory, Paging, Segmentation
Link ARM Based Development Lecture 29 - MMU Advantage, virtual memory translation, Multitasking with MMU, MMU organization, Tightly coupled Memory (TCM)
Link ARM Based Development Lecture 30 - ARM Development Environment, Arm Procedure Call Standard (APCS),
Link ARM Based Development Lecture 31 - Example C program
Link ARM Based Development Lecture 32 - Embedded software Development, Image structure, linker inputs and outputs, memory map, application startup
Link ARM Based Development Lecture 33 - AMBA Overview, Typical AMAB Based Microcontroller, AHB bus features, AHB Bus transfers, APB bus transfers, APB bridge
Link ARM Based Development Lecture 34 - DMA, Peripherals, Programming Peripherals in ARM
Link ARM Based Development Lecture 35 - DMA:Direct Memory Access
Link ARM Based Development Lecture 36 - Protocols (I2c, SPI), UART, GPIO
Link ARM Based Development Lecture 37 - ARM ISAs, ARMv5, ARMv6, ARM v7, big.little technology, ARMv8
Link Embedded Software Testing Lecture 1 - Embedded Systems Basics Session 1
Link Embedded Software Testing Lecture 2 - Embedded Systems Basics Session 1 (Continued...)
Link Embedded Software Testing Lecture 3 - Prerequistics for Embedded Systems Testing
Link Embedded Software Testing Lecture 4 - Test Case Designa and procedures
Link Embedded Software Testing Lecture 5 - Test Standards
Link Embedded Software Testing Lecture 6 - Depicting Levels of Testing
Link Embedded Software Testing Lecture 7 - Depicting Levels of Testing (Continued...)
Link Embedded Software Testing Lecture 8 - Software Life Cycle
Link Embedded Software Testing Lecture 9 - Embedded V-Model Life Cycle
Link Embedded Software Testing Lecture 10 - Embedded V-Model Life Cycle (Continued...)
Link Embedded Software Testing Lecture 11 - Master Test Planning
Link Embedded Software Testing Lecture 12 - Dynamic Testing
Link Embedded Software Testing Lecture 13 - Black Box Testing
Link Embedded Software Testing Lecture 14 - Black Box Testing (Continued...)
Link Embedded Software Testing Lecture 15 - Black Box Testing (Continued...)
Link Embedded Software Testing Lecture 16 - Black Box Testing (Continued...)
Link Embedded Software Testing Lecture 17 - Model based Design Introduction
Link Embedded Software Testing Lecture 18 - Dynamic Testing
Link Embedded Software Testing Lecture 19 - Dynamic Testing (Continued...)
Link Embedded Software Testing Lecture 20 - White Box Testing
Link Embedded Software Testing Lecture 21 - White Box Testing (Continued...)
Link Embedded Software Testing Lecture 22 - Grey-box testing
Link Embedded Software Testing Lecture 23 - Static Testing
Link Embedded Software Testing Lecture 24 - Static Analysis
Link Embedded Software Testing Lecture 25 - Static Analysis (Continued...)
Link Embedded Software Testing Lecture 26 - Static Analysis (Continued...)
Link Embedded Software Testing Lecture 27 - Test Metrics
Link Embedded Software Testing Lecture 28 - Software Testing Metrics
Link Embedded Software Testing Lecture 29 - Integration Test Strategy
Link Embedded Software Testing Lecture 30 - Integration Tests Environment
Link Embedded Software Testing Lecture 31 - Use Case Diagram
Link Embedded Software Testing Lecture 32 - Depicting Levels of Testing (Continued...)
Link Embedded Software Testing Lecture 33 - Configure Management Elements
Link Embedded Software Testing Lecture 34 - SCM Activities
Link Embedded Software Testing Lecture 35 - Test Management Tool
Link Embedded Software Testing Lecture 36 - SCM Activities (Continued...)
Link Embedded Software Testing Lecture 37 - Overview Lecture 1
Link Embedded Software Testing Lecture 38 - Unit Testing
Link Embedded Software Testing Lecture 39 - Unit Testing (Continued...)
Link Embedded Software Testing Lecture 40 - Understading C++
Link Embedded Software Testing Lecture 41 - Unit Testing (Continued...)
Link Embedded Software Testing Lecture 42 - Level Testing
Link Embedded Software Testing Lecture 43 - Identify Test Cases
Link Embedded Software Testing Lecture 44 - Test Link Work Flow
Link Linux Programming and Scripting Lecture 1 - Linux Basics - I
Link Linux Programming and Scripting Lecture 2 - Linux Basics - II
Link Linux Programming and Scripting Lecture 3 - Linux Basics - III
Link Linux Programming and Scripting Lecture 4 - Linux Basics - IV
Link Linux Programming and Scripting Lecture 5 - Linux Networking - I
Link Linux Programming and Scripting Lecture 6 - Linux Networking - II
Link Linux Programming and Scripting Lecture 7 - File Transfer Protocol
Link Linux Programming and Scripting Lecture 8 - Domain Name System
Link Linux Programming and Scripting Lecture 9 - DNS (Continued...)
Link Linux Programming and Scripting Lecture 10 - DFS
Link Linux Programming and Scripting Lecture 11 - AFS and NIS
Link Linux Programming and Scripting Lecture 12 - PERL 1
Link Linux Programming and Scripting Lecture 13 - PERL 2
Link Linux Programming and Scripting Lecture 14 - PERL 3
Link Linux Programming and Scripting Lecture 15 - PERL 4
Link Linux Programming and Scripting Lecture 16 - PERL 5
Link Linux Programming and Scripting Lecture 17 - PERL 6
Link Linux Programming and Scripting Lecture 18 - PERL 7
Link Linux Programming and Scripting Lecture 19 - PERL 8
Link Linux Programming and Scripting Lecture 20 - PERL 9
Link Linux Programming and Scripting Lecture 21 - Using sort
Link Linux Programming and Scripting Lecture 22 - PERL 10
Link Linux Programming and Scripting Lecture 23 - Programming Using Tcl/Tk - I
Link Linux Programming and Scripting Lecture 24 - Programming Using Tcl/Tk - II
Link Linux Programming and Scripting Lecture 25 - Programming Using Tcl/Tk - III
Link Linux Programming and Scripting Lecture 26 - More about Procedures
Link Linux Programming and Scripting Lecture 27 - TCP, Ports and Sockets
Link Linux Programming and Scripting Lecture 28 - I/O and Processes
Link Linux Programming and Scripting Lecture 29 - Bindings
Link Linux Programming and Scripting Lecture 30 - Programming Using Tcl/Tk - IV
Link Linux Programming and Scripting Lecture 31 - Furniture Arranger
Link Linux Programming and Scripting Lecture 32 - Bindtags
Link Linux Programming and Scripting Lecture 33 - Tcl in Synopsys Tools
Link Linux Programming and Scripting Lecture 34 - Python Programming
Link Linux Programming and Scripting Lecture 35 - Scope
Link Linux Programming and Scripting Lecture 36 - Iteration
Link Linux Programming and Scripting Lecture 37 - More about Regexps
Link Linux Programming and Scripting Lecture 38 - Advanced Functions
Link Linux Programming and Scripting Lecture 39 - Exception Handling
Link Linux Programming and Scripting Lecture 40 - Examples of file Parsing
Link Linux Programming and Scripting Lecture 41 - Program on If Statement
Link Linux Programming and Scripting Lecture 42 - Program on Lists
Link Linux Programming and Scripting Lecture 43 - Makefiles
Link NOC:Digital Circuits and Systems Lecture 1 - Introduction
Link NOC:Digital Circuits and Systems Lecture 2 - Basic Boolean Logic
Link NOC:Digital Circuits and Systems Lecture 3 - Boolean Theorems
Link NOC:Digital Circuits and Systems Lecture 4 - Definitions, SoP and Pos
Link NOC:Digital Circuits and Systems Lecture 5 - Algebraic Minimization Examples
Link NOC:Digital Circuits and Systems Lecture 6 - Introduction to Verilog
Link NOC:Digital Circuits and Systems Lecture 7 - Universality, Rearranging Truth Tables
Link NOC:Digital Circuits and Systems Lecture 8 - Karnaugh Maps
Link NOC:Digital Circuits and Systems Lecture 9 - K-Map Minimization
Link NOC:Digital Circuits and Systems Lecture 10 - K-Map with Don't cares
Link NOC:Digital Circuits and Systems Lecture 11 - Multiple Output Functions
Link NOC:Digital Circuits and Systems Lecture 12 - Number Systems
Link NOC:Digital Circuits and Systems Lecture 13 - Encoders and Decoders
Link NOC:Digital Circuits and Systems Lecture 14 - Multiplexers
Link NOC:Digital Circuits and Systems Lecture 15 - Multiplexer based Circuit Design
Link NOC:Digital Circuits and Systems Lecture 16 - Verilog
Link NOC:Digital Circuits and Systems Lecture 17 - Compiling and Running Verilog - A Demonstration
Link NOC:Digital Circuits and Systems Lecture 18 - Sequential Elements
Link NOC:Digital Circuits and Systems Lecture 19 - Gated Latches
Link NOC:Digital Circuits and Systems Lecture 20 - Flipflops
Link NOC:Digital Circuits and Systems Lecture 21 - Verilog - Assign Statement and Instantiation
Link NOC:Digital Circuits and Systems Lecture 22 - Sequential Circuits
Link NOC:Digital Circuits and Systems Lecture 23 - CMOS+Electrical Properties
Link NOC:Digital Circuits and Systems Lecture 24 - Delays
Link NOC:Digital Circuits and Systems Lecture 25 - Sequential Element Delays
Link NOC:Digital Circuits and Systems Lecture 26 - More Sequential Circuits
Link NOC:Digital Circuits and Systems Lecture 27 - Introduction to State Machines
Link NOC:Digital Circuits and Systems Lecture 28 - Always Statement in Verilog
Link NOC:Digital Circuits and Systems Lecture 29 - Sequential Logic Synthesis
Link NOC:Digital Circuits and Systems Lecture 30 - FSM Design Problems
Link NOC:Digital Circuits and Systems Lecture 31 - State Minimization
Link NOC:Digital Circuits and Systems Lecture 32 - State Assignment
Link NOC:Digital Circuits and Systems Lecture 33 - Timing Sequential Circuits
Link NOC:Digital Circuits and Systems Lecture 34 - Verilog Styles + Sequential Elements
Link NOC:Digital Circuits and Systems Lecture 35 - GCD Algorithm
Link NOC:Digital Circuits and Systems Lecture 36 - GCD Machines Datapath
Link NOC:Digital Circuits and Systems Lecture 37 - GCD State Machine
Link NOC:Digital Circuits and Systems Lecture 38 - GCD Top Level Module
Link NOC:Digital Circuits and Systems Lecture 39 - Datapath in Verilog
Link NOC:Digital Circuits and Systems Lecture 40 - Datapath Elements in Verilog
Link NOC:Digital Circuits and Systems Lecture 41 - FSM in Verilog
Link NOC:Digital Circuits and Systems Lecture 42 - Putting it all together
Link NOC:Digital Circuits and Systems Lecture 43 - Pipelining
Link NOC:Digital Circuits and Systems Lecture 44 - K-stage Pipeline
Link NOC:Digital Circuits and Systems Lecture 45 - Interleaving and Parallelism
Link NOC:Digital Circuits and Systems Lecture 46 - Blocking and Non-blocking Statements
Link NOC:Digital Circuits and Systems Lecture 47 - Modeling Circuits with Pipelining
Link NOC:Digital Circuits and Systems Lecture 48 - Signed Number Representation
Link NOC:Digital Circuits and Systems Lecture 49 - Signed Number Addition
Link NOC:Digital Circuits and Systems Lecture 50 - Adder/Subtracter
Link NOC:Digital Circuits and Systems Lecture 51 - Fast Adders
Link NOC:Digital Circuits and Systems Lecture 52 - Multiplication
Link NOC:Digital Circuits and Systems Lecture 53 - Closing
Link NOC:Networks and Systems Lecture 1 - Functions in circuits - constant and sinusoidal functions
Link NOC:Networks and Systems Lecture 2 - Functions in circuits - Exponential function
Link NOC:Networks and Systems Lecture 3 - Complex numbers and other topics
Link NOC:Networks and Systems Lecture 4 - Systems, Signals, Networks
Link NOC:Networks and Systems Lecture 5 - Representation and Classification of Systems
Link NOC:Networks and Systems Lecture 6 - Linear systems
Link NOC:Networks and Systems Lecture 7 - Time-invariance and causality
Link NOC:Networks and Systems Lecture 8 - Signals, Elementary continuous signals
Link NOC:Networks and Systems Lecture 9 - Complex frequencies of signals
Link NOC:Networks and Systems Lecture 10 - Discontinuous signals - step, ramp
Link NOC:Networks and Systems Lecture 11 - Unit impulse or delta function
Link NOC:Networks and Systems Lecture 12 - Basic discrete-time signals
Link NOC:Networks and Systems Lecture 13 - Examples of Signals
Link NOC:Networks and Systems Lecture 14 - Introduction to Systems, Complementary Functions, Initial Conditions
Link NOC:Networks and Systems Lecture 15 - Special initial conditions
Link NOC:Networks and Systems Lecture 16 - Characterization of a linear system
Link NOC:Networks and Systems Lecture 17 - Impulse Response
Link NOC:Networks and Systems Lecture 18 - Evaluating the Convolution Integral
Link NOC:Networks and Systems Lecture 19 - Worked-out Problems
Link NOC:Networks and Systems Lecture 20 - Introduction and Motivation
Link NOC:Networks and Systems Lecture 21 - Evaluating Fourier series coefficients
Link NOC:Networks and Systems Lecture 22 - Symmetry conditions
Link NOC:Networks and Systems Lecture 23 - Symmetry Condition Examples
Link NOC:Networks and Systems Lecture 24 - Application to Network Analysis
Link NOC:Networks and Systems Lecture 25 - Exponential Fourier Series
Link NOC:Networks and Systems Lecture 26 - Frequency Spectrum
Link NOC:Networks and Systems Lecture 27 - Examples
Link NOC:Networks and Systems Lecture 28 - Signal Power and Related Ideas
Link NOC:Networks and Systems Lecture 29 - Convergence of Fourier Series
Link NOC:Networks and Systems Lecture 30 - Week 1 Solutions
Link NOC:Networks and Systems Lecture 31 - Hints for Assignment 2
Link NOC:Networks and Systems Lecture 32 - Hints for Assignment 3
Link NOC:Networks and Systems Lecture 33 - Additional Properties of Fourier Series
Link NOC:Networks and Systems Lecture 34 - Exercises on Fourier Series
Link NOC:Networks and Systems Lecture 35 - Lab Demo
Link NOC:Networks and Systems Lecture 36 - From Fourier Series to Fourier Transform
Link NOC:Networks and Systems Lecture 37 - Continuous Time Fourier Transform
Link NOC:Networks and Systems Lecture 38 - Fourier Transform Examples
Link NOC:Networks and Systems Lecture 39 - Examples and Some Properties of Fourier Transform
Link NOC:Networks and Systems Lecture 40 - Properties of Fourier Transform (contd.)
Link NOC:Networks and Systems Lecture 41 - More Fourier Transform Properties
Link NOC:Networks and Systems Lecture 42 - Energy Considerations
Link NOC:Networks and Systems Lecture 43 - Energy Considerations II
Link NOC:Networks and Systems Lecture 44 - Helpful Relationships for Inverse Fourier Transform
Link NOC:Networks and Systems Lecture 45 - Fourier transform of signals that are not absolutely integrable
Link NOC:Networks and Systems Lecture 46 - Fourier Transform of Periodic Signals, Unit Step and Signum Function
Link NOC:Networks and Systems Lecture 47 - Truncated Sine wave and Convolution properties
Link NOC:Networks and Systems Lecture 48 - Integration in Time domain
Link NOC:Networks and Systems Lecture 49 - Application of continuous-time Fourier transform to system analysis
Link NOC:Networks and Systems Lecture 50 - Comments about transient analysis
Link NOC:Networks and Systems Lecture 51 - Sampling Theorem and Exercises on Fourier Transforms
Link NOC:Networks and Systems Lecture 52 - Introduction to Laplace Transform
Link NOC:Networks and Systems Lecture 53 - Laplace transforms of important functions
Link NOC:Networks and Systems Lecture 54 - Recap, Poles / Zeros and Laplace Transform Notation
Link NOC:Networks and Systems Lecture 55 - Properties: Linearity, differentiation in the time domain
Link NOC:Networks and Systems Lecture 56 - Application and properties of Laplace transform
Link NOC:Networks and Systems Lecture 57 - More properties of Laplace transform: Shift in frequency domain
Link NOC:Networks and Systems Lecture 58 - More properties of Laplace transform
Link NOC:Networks and Systems Lecture 59 - Properties: Division by `t, Initial value theorem, Final value theorem
Link NOC:Networks and Systems Lecture 60 - Properties: Convolution in time domain
Link NOC:Networks and Systems Lecture 61 - Complex convolution and periodic functions
Link NOC:Networks and Systems Lecture 62 - Examples of Laplace transform
Link NOC:Networks and Systems Lecture 63 - Laplace transform examples
Link NOC:Networks and Systems Lecture 64 - Inverse Laplace transform
Link NOC:Networks and Systems Lecture 65 - Partial fractions: general case
Link NOC:Networks and Systems Lecture 66 - Inverse Laplace Transform and Contour Integration
Link NOC:Networks and Systems Lecture 67 - Relating Fourier and Laplace Transform
Link NOC:Networks and Systems Lecture 68 - Exercises
Link NOC:Networks and Systems Lecture 69 - Applications of Laplace transform to network transients
Link NOC:Networks and Systems Lecture 70 - Laplace transform for resistor and system analysis
Link NOC:Networks and Systems Lecture 71 - Laplace transform method for mutual inductance
Link NOC:Networks and Systems Lecture 72 - Mutual Inductance Continued
Link NOC:Networks and Systems Lecture 73 - Examples and Advantages of L-transform
Link NOC:Networks and Systems Lecture 74 - General LTI systems and more about H(s)
Link NOC:Networks and Systems Lecture 75 - Many facets of the system function (contd)
Link NOC:Networks and Systems Lecture 76 - Frequency response and stability
Link NOC:Networks and Systems Lecture 77 - Full circuit example
Link NOC:Networks and Systems Lecture 78 - Exercises
Link Circuits for Analog System Design Lecture 1 - Transistor Amplifier
Link Circuits for Analog System Design Lecture 2 - Transistor Op-amp and Transistor Based Voltage Regulator
Link Circuits for Analog System Design Lecture 3 - Some applications of transistor - I
Link Circuits for Analog System Design Lecture 4 - Some applications of transistor - II
Link Circuits for Analog System Design Lecture 5 - Transformer design & Heat sink design
Link Circuits for Analog System Design Lecture 6 - Op-amp Based Linear Voltage Regulator
Link Circuits for Analog System Design Lecture 7 - Short circuit protection for linear power supply
Link Circuits for Analog System Design Lecture 8 - Temperature indicator design using Op-amp
Link Circuits for Analog System Design Lecture 9 - On & off Temperature controller design
Link Circuits for Analog System Design Lecture 10 - Proportional Temperature Controller Design
Link Circuits for Analog System Design Lecture 11 - PID - Temperature Controller Design
Link Circuits for Analog System Design Lecture 12 - Heater Drive for Various Temperature Controllers
Link Circuits for Analog System Design Lecture 13 - Short Circuit Protection of Power MOSFET
Link Circuits for Analog System Design Lecture 14 - Error budgeting for temperature Indicator
Link Circuits for Analog System Design Lecture 15 - PID Temperature Controllers with Error Budgeting
Link Circuits for Analog System Design Lecture 16 - Error Budgeting for Constant Current Sources
Link Circuits for Analog System Design Lecture 17 - Error Budgeting for Thermo Couple Amplifier
Link Circuits for Analog System Design Lecture 18 - Error Budgeting for Op amp Circuits
Link Circuits for Analog System Design Lecture 19 - Gain Error Calculation in Op amp Circuits
Link Circuits for Analog System Design Lecture 20 - Input Resistance Calculations for Op amp
Link Circuits for Analog System Design Lecture 21 - Output Resistance Calculations for Op amp
Link Circuits for Analog System Design Lecture 22 - Error Budgeting for Different Circuits
Link Circuits for Analog System Design Lecture 23 - 4-20 mA current Transmitter design
Link Circuits for Analog System Design Lecture 24 - Error budgeting for 4-20mA Current Transmitters
Link Circuits for Analog System Design Lecture 25 - LVDT Based Current Transmitters
Link Circuits for Analog System Design Lecture 26 - Constant Current Source Design
Link Circuits for Analog System Design Lecture 27 - 4-20 MA Based Temperature Transmitter
Link Circuits for Analog System Design Lecture 28 - 3-Wire Current Transmitter
Link Circuits for Analog System Design Lecture 29 - Various Resistance Measurement Techniques
Link Circuits for Analog System Design Lecture 30 - Ratio Transformer Technique to Measure Resistance and capacitance
Link Circuits for Analog System Design Lecture 31 - Capacitive Sensor Circuit Design Examples
Link Circuits for Analog System Design Lecture 32 - Capacitive Sensor Circuit With High Impedance Amplifier
Link Circuits for Analog System Design Lecture 33 - AC- applications of the Op-Amp and Lock in Amplifier Design
Link Circuits for Analog System Design Lecture 34 - Design of lock in Amplifier Circuit with example
Link Circuits for Analog System Design Lecture 35 - Dual Slopes ADC – Design Examples
Link Circuits for Analog System Design Lecture 36 - Dual Slope ADC and Successor approximation ADC
Link Circuits for Analog System Design Lecture 37 - MC based ADC
Link Circuits for Analog System Design Lecture 38 - Digital to analog Converter design and working, Flash ADC
Link Circuits for Analog System Design Lecture 39 - Flash ADC and ADC Converter errors
Link Circuits for Analog System Design Lecture 40 - Sigma delta ADC working Principle
Link Digital System design with PLDs and FPGAs Lecture 1 - Course Contents, Objective
Link Digital System design with PLDs and FPGAs Lecture 2 - Revision of Prerequisite
Link Digital System design with PLDs and FPGAs Lecture 3 - Design of Synchronous Sequential Circuits
Link Digital System design with PLDs and FPGAs Lecture 4 - Analysis of Synchronous Sequential Circuits
Link Digital System design with PLDs and FPGAs Lecture 5 - Top-down Design
Link Digital System design with PLDs and FPGAs Lecture 6 - Controller Design
Link Digital System design with PLDs and FPGAs Lecture 7 - Control algorithm and State diagram
Link Digital System design with PLDs and FPGAs Lecture 8 - Case study 1
Link Digital System design with PLDs and FPGAs Lecture 9 - FSM issues 1
Link Digital System design with PLDs and FPGAs Lecture 10 - FSM Issues 2
Link Digital System design with PLDs and FPGAs Lecture 11 - FSM Issues 3
Link Digital System design with PLDs and FPGAs Lecture 12 - FSM Issues 4
Link Digital System design with PLDs and FPGAs Lecture 13 - FSM Issues 5
Link Digital System design with PLDs and FPGAs Lecture 14 - Synchronization 1
Link Digital System design with PLDs and FPGAs Lecture 15 - Synchronization 2
Link Digital System design with PLDs and FPGAs Lecture 16 - Case study 2
Link Digital System design with PLDs and FPGAs Lecture 17 - Case study on FPGA Board
Link Digital System design with PLDs and FPGAs Lecture 18 - Entity, Architecture and Operators
Link Digital System design with PLDs and FPGAs Lecture 19 - Concurrency, Data flow and Behavioural models
Link Digital System design with PLDs and FPGAs Lecture 20 - Structural Model, Simulation
Link Digital System design with PLDs and FPGAs Lecture 21 - Simulating Concurrency
Link Digital System design with PLDs and FPGAs Lecture 22 - Classes and Data types
Link Digital System design with PLDs and FPGAs Lecture 23 - Concurrent statements and Sequential statements
Link Digital System design with PLDs and FPGAs Lecture 24 - Sequential statements and Loops
Link Digital System design with PLDs and FPGAs Lecture 25 - Modelling flip-flops, Registers
Link Digital System design with PLDs and FPGAs Lecture 26 - Synthesis of Sequential circuits
Link Digital System design with PLDs and FPGAs Lecture 27 - Libraries and Packages
Link Digital System design with PLDs and FPGAs Lecture 28 - Operators, Delay modelling
Link Digital System design with PLDs and FPGAs Lecture 29 - Delay modelling
Link Digital System design with PLDs and FPGAs Lecture 30 - VHDL Examples
Link Digital System design with PLDs and FPGAs Lecture 31 - VHDL coding of FSM
Link Digital System design with PLDs and FPGAs Lecture 32 - VHDL Test bench
Link Digital System design with PLDs and FPGAs Lecture 33 - VHDL Examples, FSM Clock
Link Digital System design with PLDs and FPGAs Lecture 34 - Evolution of PLDs
Link Digital System design with PLDs and FPGAs Lecture 35 - Simple PLDs
Link Digital System design with PLDs and FPGAs Lecture 36 - Simple PLDs: Fitting
Link Digital System design with PLDs and FPGAs Lecture 37 - Complex PLDs
Link Digital System design with PLDs and FPGAs Lecture 38 - FPGA Introduction
Link Digital System design with PLDs and FPGAs Lecture 39 - FPGA Interconnection, Design Methodology
Link Digital System design with PLDs and FPGAs Lecture 40 - Xilinx Virtex FPGA’s CLB
Link Digital System design with PLDs and FPGAs Lecture 41 - Xilinx Virtex Resource Mapping, IO Block
Link Digital System design with PLDs and FPGAs Lecture 42 - Xilinx Virtex Clock Tree
Link Digital System design with PLDs and FPGAs Lecture 43 - FPGA Configuration
Link Digital System design with PLDs and FPGAs Lecture 44 - Altera and Actel FPGAs
Link Error Correcting Codes Lecture 1 - Course Overview & Basics
Link Error Correcting Codes Lecture 2 - Example Codes and their Parameters
Link Error Correcting Codes Lecture 3 - Mathematical Preliminaries: Groups
Link Error Correcting Codes Lecture 4 - Subgroups and Equivalence Relations
Link Error Correcting Codes Lecture 5 - Cosets, Rings & Fields
Link Error Correcting Codes Lecture 6 - Vector Spaces, Linear Independence and Basis
Link Error Correcting Codes Lecture 7 - Linear Codes, & Linear independence
Link Error Correcting Codes Lecture 8 - Spanning & Basis
Link Error Correcting Codes Lecture 9 - The Dual Code
Link Error Correcting Codes Lecture 10 - Systematic Generator Matrix
Link Error Correcting Codes Lecture 11 - Minimum Distance of a Linear Code
Link Error Correcting Codes Lecture 12 - Bounds on the size of a Code
Link Error Correcting Codes Lecture 13 - Asymptotic Bounds
Link Error Correcting Codes Lecture 14 - Standard Array Decoding
Link Error Correcting Codes Lecture 15 - Performance Analysis of the SAD
Link Error Correcting Codes Lecture 16 - State and Trellis
Link Error Correcting Codes Lecture 17 - The Viterbi Decoder
Link Error Correcting Codes Lecture 18 - Catastrophic Error Propagation
Link Error Correcting Codes Lecture 19 - Path Enumeration
Link Error Correcting Codes Lecture 20 - Viterbi Decoder over the AWGN Channel
Link Error Correcting Codes Lecture 21 - Generalized Distributive Law
Link Error Correcting Codes Lecture 22 - The MPF Problem
Link Error Correcting Codes Lecture 23 - Further Examples of the MPF Problem
Link Error Correcting Codes Lecture 24 - Junction Trees
Link Error Correcting Codes Lecture 25 - Example of Junction Tree Construction
Link Error Correcting Codes Lecture 26 - Message passing on the Junction tree
Link Error Correcting Codes Lecture 27 - GDL Approach to Decoding Convolutional Codes
Link Error Correcting Codes Lecture 28 - ML Code-Symbol Decoding of the Convolutional Code
Link Error Correcting Codes Lecture 29 - LDPC Codes
Link Error Correcting Codes Lecture 30 - LDPC Code Terminology
Link Error Correcting Codes Lecture 31 - Gallager Decoding Algorithm A
Link Error Correcting Codes Lecture 32 - BP Decoding of LDPC Codes
Link Error Correcting Codes Lecture 33 - BP Decoding (Continued)
Link Error Correcting Codes Lecture 34 - Density Evolution under BP decoding
Link Error Correcting Codes Lecture 35 - Convergence & Concentration Theorem - LDPC Codes
Link Error Correcting Codes Lecture 36 - A Construction for Finite Fields
Link Error Correcting Codes Lecture 37 - Finite Fields: A Deductive Approach
Link Error Correcting Codes Lecture 38 - Deductive Approach to Finite Fields
Link Error Correcting Codes Lecture 39 - Subfields of a Finite field
Link Error Correcting Codes Lecture 40 - Transform Approach to Cyclic Codes
Link Error Correcting Codes Lecture 41 - Estimating the Parameters of a Cyclic Code
Link Error Correcting Codes Lecture 42 - Decoding Cyclic Codes
Link Nanoelectronics: Devices and Materials Lecture 1 - Introduction to Nanoelectronics
Link Nanoelectronics: Devices and Materials Lecture 2 - CMOS Scaling Theory
Link Nanoelectronics: Devices and Materials Lecture 3 - Short Channel Effects
Link Nanoelectronics: Devices and Materials Lecture 4 - Subthreshold Conduction
Link Nanoelectronics: Devices and Materials Lecture 5 - Drain Induced Barrier Lowering
Link Nanoelectronics: Devices and Materials Lecture 6 - Channel and Source / Drain Engineering
Link Nanoelectronics: Devices and Materials Lecture 7 - CMOS Process Flow
Link Nanoelectronics: Devices and Materials Lecture 8 - Gate oxide scaling and reliability
Link Nanoelectronics: Devices and Materials Lecture 9 - High-k gate dielectrics
Link Nanoelectronics: Devices and Materials Lecture 10 - Metal gate transistor
Link Nanoelectronics: Devices and Materials Lecture 11 - Industrial CMOS Technology
Link Nanoelectronics: Devices and Materials Lecture 12 - Ideal MOS C-V Characteristics
Link Nanoelectronics: Devices and Materials Lecture 13 - Effect of non idealities on C-V
Link Nanoelectronics: Devices and Materials Lecture 14 - MOS Parameter Extraction from C-V Characteristics
Link Nanoelectronics: Devices and Materials Lecture 15 - MOS Parameter Extraction from I-V Characteristics
Link Nanoelectronics: Devices and Materials Lecture 16 - MOSFET Analysis, sub-threshold swing S
Link Nanoelectronics: Devices and Materials Lecture 17 - Interface state density effects on S. Short Channel Effects (SCE) and Drain Induced Barrier Lowering (DIBL)
Link Nanoelectronics: Devices and Materials Lecture 18 - Velocity Saturation, Ballistic transport, and Velocity Overshoot Effects and Injection Velocity
Link Nanoelectronics: Devices and Materials Lecture 19 - SOI Technology and comparisons with Bulk Silicon CMOS technology
Link Nanoelectronics: Devices and Materials Lecture 20 - SOI MOSFET structures, Partially Depleted (PD)and Fully Depleted (FD) SOIMOSFETs
Link Nanoelectronics: Devices and Materials Lecture 21 - FD SOI MOSFET: Operation Modes and Threshold Voltages and Electric Fields
Link Nanoelectronics: Devices and Materials Lecture 22 - Sub-threshold Slope & SCE suppression in FD SOI MOSFET, Volume Inversion and Ultra thin (UTFD) SOI MOSFET and quantization Effect, FINFET
Link Nanoelectronics: Devices and Materials Lecture 23 - Need for MS contact Source/Drain Junction in Nano scale MOSFETs
Link Nanoelectronics: Devices and Materials Lecture 24 - Rectifying and Ohmic contacts and challenges in MS unction source drain MOSFET Technology
Link Nanoelectronics: Devices and Materials Lecture 25 - Effect of Interface states and Fermi level pinning on MS contacts on Si and passivation techniques for MS S/D MOSFETS
Link Nanoelectronics: Devices and Materials Lecture 26 - Germanium as an alternate to silicon for high performance MOSFETs and the challenges in Germanium Technology
Link Nanoelectronics: Devices and Materials Lecture 27 - Germanium MOSFT technology and recent results on surface passivated Ge MOSFETS
Link Nanoelectronics: Devices and Materials Lecture 28 - Compound semiconductors and hetero junction FETsfor high performance
Link Nanoelectronics: Devices and Materials Lecture 29 - GaAs MESFETs: Enhancement and depletion types. Velocity Overshoot effcts in GaAs MESFETs
Link Nanoelectronics: Devices and Materials Lecture 30 - Hetero-junctions and High Electron Mobility Transistors (HEMT)
Link Nanoelectronics: Devices and Materials Lecture 31 - Introduction to Nanomaterials
Link Nanoelectronics: Devices and Materials Lecture 32 - Basic Principles of Quantum Mechanics
Link Nanoelectronics: Devices and Materials Lecture 33 - Basic Principles of Quantum Mechanics (Continued...)
Link Nanoelectronics: Devices and Materials Lecture 34 - Energy bands in crystalline solids
Link Nanoelectronics: Devices and Materials Lecture 35 - Quantum structures and devices
Link Nanoelectronics: Devices and Materials Lecture 36 - Crystal growth and nanocrystals
Link Nanoelectronics: Devices and Materials Lecture 37 - Nanocrystals and nanostructured thin films
Link Nanoelectronics: Devices and Materials Lecture 38 - Nanowires and other nanostructures
Link Nanoelectronics: Devices and Materials Lecture 39 - Carbon Nanostructures and CVD
Link Nanoelectronics: Devices and Materials Lecture 40 - Atomic layer deposition (ALD)
Link Nanoelectronics: Devices and Materials Lecture 41 - Characterisation of nanomaterials
Link Pattern Recognition Lecture 1 - Introduction to Statistical Pattern Recognition
Link Pattern Recognition Lecture 2 - Overview of Pattern Classifiers
Link Pattern Recognition Lecture 3 - The Bayes Classifier for minimizing Risk
Link Pattern Recognition Lecture 4 - Estimating Bayes Error; Minimax and Neymann-Pearson classifiers
Link Pattern Recognition Lecture 5 - Implementing Bayes Classifier; Estimation of Class Conditional Densities
Link Pattern Recognition Lecture 6 - Maximum Likelihood estimation of different densities
Link Pattern Recognition Lecture 7 - Bayesian estimation of parameters of density functions, MAP estimates
Link Pattern Recognition Lecture 8 - Bayesian Estimation examples; the exponential family of densities and ML estimates
Link Pattern Recognition Lecture 9 - Sufficient Statistics; Recursive formulation of ML and Bayesian estimates
Link Pattern Recognition Lecture 10 - Mixture Densities, ML estimation and EM algorithm
Link Pattern Recognition Lecture 11 - Convergence of EM algorithm; overview of Nonparametric density estimation
Link Pattern Recognition Lecture 12 - Convergence of EM algorithm, Overview of Nonparametric density estimation
Link Pattern Recognition Lecture 13 - Nonparametric estimation, Parzen Windows, nearest neighbour methods
Link Pattern Recognition Lecture 14 - Linear Discriminant Functions; Perceptron -- Learning Algorithm and convergence proof
Link Pattern Recognition Lecture 15 - Linear Least Squares Regression; LMS algorithm
Link Pattern Recognition Lecture 16 - AdaLinE and LMS algorithm; General nonliner least-squares regression
Link Pattern Recognition Lecture 17 - Logistic Regression; Statistics of least squares method; Regularized Least Squares
Link Pattern Recognition Lecture 18 - Fisher Linear Discriminant
Link Pattern Recognition Lecture 19 - Linear Discriminant functions for multi-class case; multi-class logistic regression
Link Pattern Recognition Lecture 20 - Learning and Generalization; PAC learning framework
Link Pattern Recognition Lecture 21 - Overview of Statistical Learning Theory; Empirical Risk Minimization
Link Pattern Recognition Lecture 22 - Consistency of Empirical Risk Minimization
Link Pattern Recognition Lecture 23 - Consistency of Empirical Risk Minimization; VC-Dimension
Link Pattern Recognition Lecture 24 - Complexity of Learning problems and VC-Dimension
Link Pattern Recognition Lecture 25 - VC-Dimension Examples; VC-Dimension of hyperplanes
Link Pattern Recognition Lecture 26 - Overview of Artificial Neural Networks
Link Pattern Recognition Lecture 27 - Multilayer Feedforward Neural networks with Sigmoidal activation functions;
Link Pattern Recognition Lecture 28 - Backpropagation Algorithm; Representational abilities of feedforward networks
Link Pattern Recognition Lecture 29 - Feedforward networks for Classification and Regression; Backpropagation in Practice
Link Pattern Recognition Lecture 30 - Radial Basis Function Networks; Gaussian RBF networks
Link Pattern Recognition Lecture 31 - Learning Weights in RBF networks; K-means clustering algorithm
Link Pattern Recognition Lecture 32 - Support Vector Machines -- Introduction, obtaining the optimal hyperplane
Link Pattern Recognition Lecture 33 - SVM formulation with slack variables; nonlinear SVM classifiers
Link Pattern Recognition Lecture 34 - Kernel Functions for nonlinear SVMs; Mercer and positive definite Kernels
Link Pattern Recognition Lecture 35 - Support Vector Regression and ?-insensitive Loss function, examples of SVM learning
Link Pattern Recognition Lecture 36 - Overview of SMO and other algorithms for SVM; ?-SVM and ?-SVR; SVM as a risk minimizer
Link Pattern Recognition Lecture 37 - Positive Definite Kernels; RKHS; Representer Theorem
Link Pattern Recognition Lecture 38 - Feature Selection and Dimensionality Reduction; Principal Component Analysis
Link Pattern Recognition Lecture 39 - No Free Lunch Theorem; Model selection and model estimation; Bias-variance trade-off
Link Pattern Recognition Lecture 40 - Assessing Learnt classifiers; Cross Validation;
Link Pattern Recognition Lecture 41 - Bootstrap, Bagging and Boosting; Classifier Ensembles; AdaBoost
Link Pattern Recognition Lecture 42 - Risk minimization view of AdaBoost
Link Analog Circuits and Systems 1 Lecture 1 - Introduction to Sensors, Signals and Systems
Link Analog Circuits and Systems 1 Lecture 2 - Role of Analog Signal Processing in Electronic Products - Part I
Link Analog Circuits and Systems 1 Lecture 3 - Role of Analog Signal Processing in Electronic Products - Part II
Link Analog Circuits and Systems 1 Lecture 4 - Analog Signal Processing using One Port Networks
Link Analog Circuits and Systems 1 Lecture 5 - Analog Signal Processing using One Port Networks, Passive Two Ports and Ideal amplifiers
Link Analog Circuits and Systems 1 Lecture 6 - Synthesis of Amplifiers using Nullators and Norators
Link Analog Circuits and Systems 1 Lecture 7 - Passive Electronic Devices for Analog Signal Processing
Link Analog Circuits and Systems 1 Lecture 8 - Active Devices for Analog Signal Processing Systems
Link Analog Circuits and Systems 1 Lecture 9 - Electronic Devices for Analog Circuits - Part I
Link Analog Circuits and Systems 1 Lecture 10 - Electronic Devices for Analog Circuits - Part II
Link Analog Circuits and Systems 1 Lecture 11 - Feedback in Systems
Link Analog Circuits and Systems 1 Lecture 12 - Static Charecteristic of Feedback Systems
Link Analog Circuits and Systems 1 Lecture 13 - Dynamic Behaviour of Feedback Systems - Part I
Link Analog Circuits and Systems 1 Lecture 14 - Dynamic Behavior of Feedback Systems - Part II
Link Analog Circuits and Systems 1 Lecture 15 - Design of Feedback Amplifiers - Part I
Link Analog Circuits and Systems 1 Lecture 16 - Design of Feedback Amplifiers - Part II
Link Analog Circuits and Systems 1 Lecture 17 - Design of Feedback Amplifiers and Instrumentation Amplifiers
Link Analog Circuits and Systems 1 Lecture 18 - Instrumentation Amplifiers, Integrators and Differentiators
Link Analog Circuits and Systems 1 Lecture 19 - Non-linear Analog Signal Processing
Link Analog Circuits and Systems 1 Lecture 20 - DC Voltage Regulators
Link Analog Circuits and Systems 1 Lecture 21 - Filters - Approximations to ideal filter functions
Link Analog Circuits and Systems 1 Lecture 22 - Passive Filters - Part I
Link Analog Circuits and Systems 1 Lecture 23 - Passive Filters - Part II
Link Analog Circuits and Systems 1 Lecture 24 - Active Filters - Part I
Link Analog Circuits and Systems 1 Lecture 25 - Active Filters - Part II
Link Analog Circuits and Systems 1 Lecture 26 - Active Filters: Q-enhancement
Link Analog Circuits and Systems 1 Lecture 27 - State Space Filters
Link Analog Circuits and Systems 1 Lecture 28 - Universal Active Filter - Effect of Active Device GB
Link Analog Circuits and Systems 1 Lecture 29 - State-Space Filters (Tuning of Filters)
Link Analog Circuits and Systems 1 Lecture 30 - Automatic Tuning of Filters (PLL) and Review of Filter Design
Link Analog Circuits and Systems 1 Lecture 31 - Waveform Generation
Link Analog Circuits and Systems 1 Lecture 32 - LC Oscillator - Effect of Non-idealities
Link Analog Circuits and Systems 1 Lecture 33 - Transconductor based Oscillator
Link Analog Circuits and Systems 1 Lecture 34 - Regenerative Comparators and Non-Sinusoidal Oscillators
Link Analog Circuits and Systems 1 Lecture 35 - Non-Sinusoidal Oscillators and VCO (FM & FSK Generators)
Link Analog Circuits and Systems 1 Lecture 36 - Phase and Frequency Followers
Link Analog Circuits and Systems 1 Lecture 37 - Frequency Locked Loop (Popularly known as PLL)
Link Analog Circuits and Systems 1 Lecture 38 - Design of PLL and FLL
Link Analog Circuits and Systems 1 Lecture 39 - Analog System Design
Link NOC:Design and Simulation of DC-DC converters using Open Source Tools Lecture 1 - System Overview
Link NOC:Design and Simulation of DC-DC converters using Open Source Tools Lecture 2 - Understanding Rectifier with C-filter
Link NOC:Design and Simulation of DC-DC converters using Open Source Tools Lecture 3 - Setting up gEDA, ngSpice and Octave
Link NOC:Design and Simulation of DC-DC converters using Open Source Tools Lecture 4 - Simulation walk-through : Rectifier C-filter example
Link NOC:Design and Simulation of DC-DC converters using Open Source Tools Lecture 5 - Designing the rectifier capacitor filter circuit
Link NOC:Design and Simulation of DC-DC converters using Open Source Tools Lecture 6 - Startup surge limiting
Link NOC:Design and Simulation of DC-DC converters using Open Source Tools Lecture 7 - DC-DC converter concepts
Link NOC:Design and Simulation of DC-DC converters using Open Source Tools Lecture 8 - Buck, Boost and Buck-Boost Converters
Link NOC:Design and Simulation of DC-DC converters using Open Source Tools Lecture 9 - Simulation Example of Buck Converter
Link NOC:Design and Simulation of DC-DC converters using Open Source Tools Lecture 10 - Understanding Buck Converter
Link NOC:Design and Simulation of DC-DC converters using Open Source Tools Lecture 11 - Understanding Boost and Buck-Boost
Link NOC:Design and Simulation of DC-DC converters using Open Source Tools Lecture 12 - Forward Converter Topology
Link NOC:Design and Simulation of DC-DC converters using Open Source Tools Lecture 13 - Waveforms and Design
Link NOC:Design and Simulation of DC-DC converters using Open Source Tools Lecture 14 - Simulation of Forward Converter
Link NOC:Design and Simulation of DC-DC converters using Open Source Tools Lecture 15 - Forward Converter with Lossless Core Reset
Link NOC:Design and Simulation of DC-DC converters using Open Source Tools Lecture 16 - Transformer Design
Link NOC:Design and Simulation of DC-DC converters using Open Source Tools Lecture 17 - Inductor Design
Link NOC:Design and Simulation of DC-DC converters using Open Source Tools Lecture 18 - Flyback Converter Topology
Link NOC:Design and Simulation of DC-DC converters using Open Source Tools Lecture 19 - Pushpull Converter
Link NOC:Design and Simulation of DC-DC converters using Open Source Tools Lecture 20 - Half and Full Bridge Converters
Link NOC:Design and Simulation of DC-DC converters using Open Source Tools Lecture 21 - Close Loop Operation of Converters
Link NOC:Design and Simulation of DC-DC converters using Open Source Tools Lecture 22 - Simulation examples
Link NOC:Design and Simulation of DC-DC converters using Open Source Tools Lecture 23 - Multi-Output Converters
Link NOC:Design and Simulation of DC-DC converters using Open Source Tools Lecture 24 - Concluding Remarks
Link NOC:Enclosure Design of Electronics Equipment Lecture 1 - Enclosure design for Electronics Equipment Introduction
Link NOC:Enclosure Design of Electronics Equipment Lecture 2 - Aspects and features that are non electrical and are essential to Electronic Product Realisation
Link NOC:Enclosure Design of Electronics Equipment Lecture 3 - Enclosure Design in electronic equipment
Link NOC:Enclosure Design of Electronics Equipment Lecture 4 - Design as applied to small electronics products and projects
Link NOC:Enclosure Design of Electronics Equipment Lecture 5 - Sketching in design for communication
Link NOC:Enclosure Design of Electronics Equipment Lecture 6 - Sketching as a tool with example and exercise
Link NOC:Enclosure Design of Electronics Equipment Lecture 7 - Sketching Part 2
Link NOC:Enclosure Design of Electronics Equipment Lecture 8 - Enclosures to Product design
Link NOC:Enclosure Design of Electronics Equipment Lecture 9 - Examples of product enclosures ID_PD
Link NOC:Enclosure Design of Electronics Equipment Lecture 10 - Enclosures with detailing: Examples
Link NOC:Enclosure Design of Electronics Equipment Lecture 11 - Alternate Designs in an everyday item
Link NOC:Enclosure Design of Electronics Equipment Lecture 12 - Sheet metal in small equipment (PSU)
Link NOC:Enclosure Design of Electronics Equipment Lecture 13 - Layouts and Materials of small equipment
Link NOC:Enclosure Design of Electronics Equipment Lecture 14 - Materials used for construction
Link NOC:Enclosure Design of Electronics Equipment Lecture 15 - Materials choice
Link NOC:Enclosure Design of Electronics Equipment Lecture 16 - Aluminium for common equipment
Link NOC:Enclosure Design of Electronics Equipment Lecture 17 - Use of Aluminium extrusions
Link NOC:Enclosure Design of Electronics Equipment Lecture 18 - Application of Sheet metal
Link NOC:Enclosure Design of Electronics Equipment Lecture 19 - Sheet Metal bending
Link NOC:Enclosure Design of Electronics Equipment Lecture 20 - Development of enclosures for bending
Link NOC:Enclosure Design of Electronics Equipment Lecture 21 - Video of Fabrication
Link NOC:Enclosure Design of Electronics Equipment Lecture 22 - What can be done in the lab Bending
Link NOC:Enclosure Design of Electronics Equipment Lecture 23 - Issues in bending and folding
Link NOC:Enclosure Design of Electronics Equipment Lecture 24 - Making a quick model
Link NOC:Enclosure Design of Electronics Equipment Lecture 25 - Detailing in plastic
Link NOC:Enclosure Design of Electronics Equipment Lecture 26 - Fabricating with flat plastic
Link NOC:Enclosure Design of Electronics Equipment Lecture 27 - Video in ID Lab
Link NOC:Enclosure Design of Electronics Equipment Lecture 28 - Off the shelf enclosures
Link NOC:Enclosure Design of Electronics Equipment Lecture 29 - Ready made enclosures
Link NOC:Enclosure Design of Electronics Equipment Lecture 30 - Application documentation and Selection
Link NOC:Enclosure Design of Electronics Equipment Lecture 31 - Index of protection, Safety
Link NOC:Enclosure Design of Electronics Equipment Lecture 32 - NEMA and related
Link NOC:Enclosure Design of Electronics Equipment Lecture 33 - Testing for IP class
Link NOC:Enclosure Design of Electronics Equipment Lecture 34 - Sealed Enclosures Video
Link NOC:Enclosure Design of Electronics Equipment Lecture 35 - Public utility boxes
Link NOC:Enclosure Design of Electronics Equipment Lecture 36 - EMI Sealing
Link NOC:Enclosure Design of Electronics Equipment Lecture 37 - Sealed Enclosures 2
Link NOC:Enclosure Design of Electronics Equipment Lecture 38 - Gasketing practice
Link NOC:Enclosure Design of Electronics Equipment Lecture 39 - Gasketing Basics
Link NOC:Enclosure Design of Electronics Equipment Lecture 40 - Off the shelf Aluminum enclosures
Link NOC:Enclosure Design of Electronics Equipment Lecture 41 - Understanding
Link NOC:Enclosure Design of Electronics Equipment Lecture 42 - Heat sink enclosures
Link NOC:Enclosure Design of Electronics Equipment Lecture 43 - Detailing of Built in Heat sink boxes
Link NOC:Enclosure Design of Electronics Equipment Lecture 44 - Connector basics
Link NOC:Enclosure Design of Electronics Equipment Lecture 45 - Connectors - Part 2
Link NOC:Enclosure Design of Electronics Equipment Lecture 46 - Common connectors
Link NOC:Enclosure Design of Electronics Equipment Lecture 47 - Connectors (multi way) and CoAx
Link NOC:Enclosure Design of Electronics Equipment Lecture 48 - MIL C connectors
Link NOC:Enclosure Design of Electronics Equipment Lecture 49 - CAD in Layout Drawing
Link NOC:Enclosure Design of Electronics Equipment Lecture 50 - Types of CAD
Link NOC:Enclosure Design of Electronics Equipment Lecture 51 - CAD for enclosure Design
Link NOC:Enclosure Design of Electronics Equipment Lecture 52 - Egpt layout with CAD
Link NOC:Enclosure Design of Electronics Equipment Lecture 53 - CAD sample Example
Link NOC:Enclosure Design of Electronics Equipment Lecture 54 - CAD Layout
Link NOC:Enclosure Design of Electronics Equipment Lecture 55 - Detailing with CAD
Link NOC:Enclosure Design of Electronics Equipment Lecture 56 - Integrating Products with CAD
Link NOC:Enclosure Design of Electronics Equipment Lecture 57 - Product Detailing
Link NOC:Enclosure Design of Electronics Equipment Lecture 58 - Components CAD Physical Models
Link NOC:Enclosure Design of Electronics Equipment Lecture 59 - Sheet Metal and Plastic common details
Link NOC:Enclosure Design of Electronics Equipment Lecture 60 - Sample of Simple Organic Shapes
Link NOC:Enclosure Design of Electronics Equipment Lecture 61 - Conclusion
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 1 - A historical perspective
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 2 - PV cell characteristics and equivalent circuit
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 3 - Model of PV cell
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 4 - Short Circuit, Open Circuit and peak power parameters
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 5 - Datasheet study
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 6 - Cell efficiency
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 7 - Effect of temperature
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 8 - Temperature effect calculation example
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 9 - Fill factor
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 10 - PV cell simulation
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 11 - Identical cells in series
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 12 - Load line
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 13 - Non-identical cells in series
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 14 - Protecting cells in series
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 15 - Interconnecting modules in series
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 16 - Simulation of cells in series
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 17 - Identical cells in parallel
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 18 - Non-identical cells in parallel
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 19 - Protecting cells in parallel
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 20 - Interconnecting modules
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 21 - Simulation of cells in parallel
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 22 - Practicals - Measuring i-v characteristics
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 23 - Practicals - PV source emulation
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 24 - Introduction
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 25 - Insolation and irradiance
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 26 - Insolation variation with time of day
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 27 - Earth centric viewpoint and declination
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 28 - Solar geometry
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 29 - Insolation on a horizontal flat plate
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 30 - Energy on a horizontal flat plate
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 31 - Sunrise and sunset hour angles
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 32 - Examples
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 33 - Energy on a tilted flat plate
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 34 - Energy plots in octave
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 35 - Atmospheric effects
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 36 - Airmass
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 37 - Energy with atmospheric effects
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 38 - Clearness index
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 39 - Clearness index and energy scripts in Octave
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 40 - Sizing PV for applications without batteries
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 41 - Sizing PV Examples
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 42 - Batteries - intro
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 43 - Batteries - Capacity
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 44 - Batteries - C-rate
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 45 - Batteries - Efficiency
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 46 - Batteries - Energy and power densities
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 47 - Batteries - Comparison
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 48 - Battery selection
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 49 - Other energy storage methods
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 50 - PV system design - Load profile
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 51 - PV system design - Days of autonomy and recharge
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 52 - PV system design - Battery size
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 53 - PV system design - PV array size
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 54 - Design toolbox in octave
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 55 - MPPT concept>
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 56 - Input impedance of DC-DC converters - Boost converter
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 57 - Input impedance of DC-DC converters - Buck converter
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 58 - Input impedance of DC-DC converters - Buck-Boost converter
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 59 - Input impedance of DC-DC converters - PV module in SPICE
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 60 - Input impedance of DC-DC converters -Simulation - PV and DC-DC interface
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 61 - Impedance control methods
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 62 - Impedance control methods- Reference cell - voltage scaling
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 63 - Impedance control methods- Reference cell - current scaling
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 64 - Impedance control methods- Reference cell - Sampling method
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 65 - Impedance control methods- Reference cell - Power slope method 1
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 66 - Impedance control methods- Reference cell - Power slope method 2
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 67 - Impedance control methods- Reference cell - Hill climbing method
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 68 - Practical points - Housekeeping power supply
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 69 - Practical points - Gate driver
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 70 - Practical points - MPPT for non-resistive loads
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 71 - Simulation - MPPT
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 72 - Direct PV-battery connection
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 73 - Charge controller
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 74 - Battery charger - Understanding current control
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 75 - Battery charger - slope compensation
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 76 - Battery charger - simulation of current control
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 77 - Batteries in series - charge equalisation
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 78 - Batteries in parallel
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 79 - Peltier device - principle
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 80 - Peltier element - datasheet
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 81 - Peltier cooling
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 82 - Thermal aspects
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 83 - Thermal aspects - Conduction
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 84 - Thermal aspects - Convection
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 85 - Thermal aspects - A peltier refrigeration example
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 86 - Thermal aspects - Radiation and mass transport
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 87 - Demo of Peltier cooling
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 88 - Water pumping principle
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 89 - Hydraulic energy and power
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 90 - Total dynamic head
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 91 - Numerical solution - Colebrook formula
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 92 - Octave script for head calculation
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 93 - PV and Water Pumping Examples
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 94 - Octave script for hydraulic power
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 95 - Centrifugal pump
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 96 - Reciprocating pump
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 97 - PV power
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 98 - Pumped hydro application
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 99 - Grid connection principle
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 100 - PV to grid topologies Part-I
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 101 - PV to grid topologies Part-II
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 102 - PV to grid topologies Part-III
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 103 - 3ph d-q controlled grid connection intro
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 104 - 3ph d-q controlled grid connection dq-axis theory
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 105 - 3ph d-q controlled grid connection AC to DC transformations
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 106 - 3ph d-q controlled grid connection DC to AC transformations
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 107 - 3ph d-q controlled grid connection Complete 3ph grid connection
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 108 - 1ph d-q controlled grid connection
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 109 - 3ph PV-Grid interface example
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 110 - SVPWM - discrete implementation
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 111 - SVPWM - analog implementation
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 112 - Application of integrated magnetics
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 113 - Life cycle Costing Growth models
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 114 - Life cycle Costing Growth model examples
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 115 - Life cycle Costing Annual payment and present worth factor
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 116 - Life cycle Costing LCC with example - 1
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 117 - Life cycle Costing LCC example - 2
Link NOC:Design of Photovoltaic Systems Lecture 118 - Life cycle Costing LCC example - 3
Link NOC:Photonic Integrated Circuits Lecture 1 - Introduction to Photonic Integrated Circuits
Link NOC:Photonic Integrated Circuits Lecture 2 - Optical Waveguide Theory - Symmetric Waveguides
Link NOC:Photonic Integrated Circuits Lecture 3 - Optical Waveguide Theory - Asymmetric Waveguides
Link NOC:Photonic Integrated Circuits Lecture 4 - Vector Modes
Link NOC:Photonic Integrated Circuits Lecture 5 - Channel Waveguide
Link NOC:Photonic Integrated Circuits Lecture 6 - Directional Coupler and Coupled Mode Theory
Link NOC:Photonic Integrated Circuits Lecture 7 - Passive Devices and Beam Propagation Method
Link NOC:Photonic Integrated Circuits Lecture 8 - Dynamic Devices
Link NOC:Photonic Integrated Circuits Lecture 9 - Integrated optical Systems and Applications
Link NOC:Photonic Integrated Circuits Lecture 10 - Fabrication and Characterisation
Link NOC:Photonic Integrated Circuits Lecture 11 - MOEMS
Link NOC:Photonic Integrated Circuits Lecture 12 - Ring Resonators
Link NOC:Photonic Integrated Circuits Lecture 13 - Photonic Band Gap Devices
Link NOC:Photonic Integrated Circuits Lecture 14 - Lecture Summary