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This course exposes the student the basic knowledge in analog electronic. The exposure encompasses amplifier design based on bipolar and field effect transistors, for single and multi stage, power amplifier, frequency response analysis of amplifiers. Emphasis is placed on basic design aspects and applications. The course has been designed to provide basic analog electronic skills covering theories and practices


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