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This course exposes the students to the basic knowledge in analogue circuits. The exposure encompasses amplifier design based on bipolar and field effect transistor, for single as well as multistage designs, power amplifiers, frequency response of amplifiers and also exposure to a few specialize device such as Shockley Diodes, SCS, Diac, Triac, SCR, Optotransistor, LASCR and Optocouplers. Emphasize is placed on basic designs aspects and applications. The course has been design to provide basic analogue electronics skills covering theories and practical.


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