Select your KTU B.Tech ANALOG INTEGRATED CIRCUITS Notes from the following list of modules.
Analog Integrated Circuits is a subject that is taught in the seventh semester of the Bachelor of Technology program at the Kerala Technological University (KTU). The subject deals with the design and analysis of analog circuits that are integrated onto a single chip. The course syllabus includes modules such as Module 1, Module 1.1, Module 2, Module 3, Module 4, Module 5, Module 6, Short Notes, and Full Notes. The subject is a part of the 2019 schema of the KTU curriculum.
In Module 1, students will learn about the basics of analog circuits, including the different types of circuits, their characteristics, and their applications. Module 1.1 focuses on the analysis of single-stage amplifiers, while Module 2 deals with the design of differential amplifiers. Module 3 covers the design and analysis of operational amplifiers, while Module 4 focuses on the design of active filters. Module 5 deals with the design of voltage regulators, and Module 6 covers the design of oscillators.
The subject also includes Short Notes and Full Notes, which provide students with a comprehensive understanding of the subject matter. The Short Notes cover the important topics in a concise manner, while the Full Notes provide a detailed explanation of the subject matter. The notes are designed to help students prepare for their exams and to provide them with a reference for future use
Are we missing something? Help!