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This course exposes the student the basic knowledge in analog electronic. The exposure encompasses DC and AC analysis, frequency analysis and simple design of small-signal amplifiers. This course offers the students an exposure to the theory and applications of op-amp and frequency response. The basic principles of oscillator are also discussed. Furthermore, the students will also learn in depth about active filters and voltage regulators.


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