Udemy - Electrical Circuit Crash Course for VLSI interview and GATE

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Posted on 2021-11-14, by voska89.

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MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch
Genre: eLearning | Language: English | Duration: 27 lectures (7h 37m) | Size: 1.8 GB
A Foundation Course on Electrical Circuit Analysis (Network Theory) for Electronics and Electrical Engineering Students


What you'll learn:
Active and Passive Elements
Kirchhoff's Current Law
Kirchhoff's Voltage Law
Superposition Theorem
Norton's Theorem
Thevenin's Theorem
Maximum Power Transfer Theorem
Passive Sign Convention
Voltage Division Rule
Current Division Rule
The Nodal Analysis
The Mesh Analysis
Properties of Resistors, Inductors and Capacitors
Electric Charge, Voltage, Current
Power, Energy
Independent & Dependent Sources
Reciprocity Theorem
Millman's Theorem
Tellegen's Theorem
Requirements
No prerequisite is required
Passion to work in Electronics / Electrical / VLSI domain
Description
This Course is MUST for Electrical, Electronics and Instrumentation engineers who aspire to start their career in VLSI industry or in Electrical public / private sector companies . It teaches fundamental concepts of Electrical circuits such as charge, voltage and current and basic network solving techniques and Network Theorems which are foundations of Electrical, Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering. This course will help you to prepare for Competitive Exams such as GATE / PSU as well as for College exams. All the video lectures are prepared by Electrical Industry experts so that students get exposure to industry perspective as well.
These concepts In this course will provide good understanding of Electrical circuit behavior. Hence understanding of these concepts are necessary for all Electrical, Electronics and Instrumentation Engineers. It's self-paced online Basic Electrical Circuit Analysis course where every concept has been explained with examples. This course will make you ready to plunge into other Subjects of Electrical, Electronics and Instrumentation domains.
This course will cover all important concepts of the Kirchhoff's Laws, behavior of R-L-C (Resistor, Inductor, Capacitor) elements, Classification of two terminal elements ( active / passive, unilateral / bilateral ), classification of sources, nodal analysis and mesh analysis, Superposition principle, Thevenin's & Norton's Theorem, Maximum power transfer and Reciprocity principles.
In this course, every problem solving example has been selected carefully so that you can solve similar problems in interviews and Competitive Exams such as GATE/PSU.
Who this course is for
Electronics Engineering
Electrical Engineering
VLSI professionals
VLSI students
Gate, PSU, Government Exam
EE Students
Hardware Engineers
Semiconductor professionals
Homepage
https://www.udemy.com/course/electrical-circuit-crash-course-for-vlsi-interview-and-gate/


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