Core2Learn Electrical Engineering
The Core2Learn program for Electrical Engineering comprises of 6 core subjects, namely
A Three-Step program conduct framework is proposed.
Prepare Step
Students will view at least 300 video hours across 383 Topics, excluding Outcome Review videos, in this step. Upon completion, each student will attain 950+ Active Learning Outcomes, and attempt 3800+ Knowledge Check Questions and 1900+ Summary Quiz questions to verify this attainment. In addition, they will submit 55 Session Reflection Activity comprising reflections, feedback and questions and doubts for resolution.
Practice Step
Most subjects are scheduled within 10 LiveClass sessions. Approx. 50 LiveClass sessions will be scheduled across these 6 subjects, The duration of each LiveClass session is dependent on the faculty and classroom response. During LiveClass the Faculty will apprise student preparation from the VPT report, and Completion and Gradebook reports. They will resolve student doubts highlighted in the SRA report, review student responses to KCQ and SQQs and then practice likely Interview questions using classroom discussion, debate, and Active Quiz questions.
Perform Step
Post completion of all LiveClass sessions the College should schedule several Mock Interview sessions where various types of interview-setting interactions should be emulated. These interactions should range from 'Tell-me-about-yourself' to probing application related queries.
Session Plan
The detailed session plan, along with the Learning Outcomes, VPT per Outcome and other details are progressively displayed under each subject. The suggested study time per day is also indicated should the student choose to be guided by it.

Session 1

Control Systems – Session 1
Session Topics : 2
Active Learning Outcomes : 8
Summary Quiz : 2
Video Play Time : ~2 Hours
Suggested Completion : 1 Topic Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Components and Classification of Control System 22 ALO 1.1.1-1: Define Control system and describe its components
19 ALO 1.1.1-2: Classify Control System
20 ALO 1.1.1-3: Differentiate between Open-Loop and closed-Loop Control Systems
14 ALO 1.1.1-4: Recall examples of Control System
Feedback Control System 9 ALO 1.1.2-1: Describe the Feedback Control System
8 ALO 1.1.2-2: Recall the Effects of Feedback on Parameter Variations on an Open-Loop and Closed-Loop Control System
17 ALO 1.1.2-3: Recall the Effects of Feedback of  Disturbance Signals on a Control System
10 ALO 1.1.2-4: Describe Regenerative Feedback

Session 2

Control Systems – Session 2
Session Topics : 9
Active Learning Outcomes : 16
Summary Quiz : 9
Video Play Time : ~7 Hours
Suggested Completion : 2 Topics Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Transfer Function of Linear Systems 24 ALO 1.2.1-1: Define the Transfer Function of a Linear System
8 ALO 1.2.1-2: Define and identify Poles and Zeros of a Transfer Function
24 ALO 1.2.1-3: Define the Characteristics Equation of a Linear System
3 ALO 1.2.1-4: Determine the transfer Function of a control System from a differential Equations
Modelling of Physical Systems 38 ALO 1.2.2-1: Recall the Mechanical System Elements
23 ALO 1.2.2-2: Recall the Electrical System Elements and compute its Transfer Function
Equations of Mechanical Systems and Analogous System 9 ALO 1.2.3-1: Derive Force-Voltage Analogy
10 ALO 1.2.3-2: Derive Force-Current Analogy
40 ALO 1.2.3-3: Derive the Transfer Function for various Mechanical Systems
Block Diagram Representation 25 ALO 1.2.4-1: Describe the Block Diagram of an Open-Loop Control System and a Closed-Loop Control System
41 ALO 1.2.4-2: Recall the rules of Block Diagram Algebra/Block Diagram Reduction
39 ALO 1.2.4-3: Compute the Transfer Function from the Block Diagram of a Control System
Signal Flow Graph 49 ALO 1.2.5-1: Recall a Signal Flow Graph
30 ALO 1.2.5-2: Construct a Signal Flow Graph
38 ALO 1.2.5-3: Recall the Mason’s Gain Formula
19 ALO 1.2.5-4: Compute the Transfer Function using Mason’s Gain Formula
Hydraulic System, Sensors and Encoders
Pneumatic & Thermal Systems and Level & Voltage Control
Motors, LVDT and Error Detectors
Servomotors, Tachogenerators and Amplifiers

Session 3

Control Systems – Session 3
Session Topics : 6
Active Learning Outcomes : 10
Summary Quiz : 6
Video Play Time : ~4 Hours
Suggested Completion : 1 Topic Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Time response of Continuous Data Control System 13 ALO 2.1.1-1: Describe the Time-Response of Continuous Data Control System
22 ALO 2.1.1-2: Recall the Transient-State Response and the Steady-State Response
Standard Test Signal 27 ALO 2.1.2-1: Recall the following Signals: Impulse Signal, Step Signal, Ramp signal, and Parabolic Signal
7 ALO 2.1.2-2: Compare Impulse, Step, Ramp, and Parabolic Signals
First Order Control System 16 ALO 2.2.1-1: Describe the First Order Control System
38 ALO 2.2.1-2: Determine: i. Unit-Impulse Response of First-Order Control System ii. Unit-Step Response of First-Order Control System iii. Unit-Ramp Response of First-Order Control System
Second Order Control System 16 ALO 2.2.2-1: Describe the Second Order Control System
70 ALO 2.2.2-2: Determine:
i. Unit Impulse Response of Second Order Control System
ii. Unit-Step Response of Second Order Control System
iii. Unit-Ramp Response of Second Order Control System
Steady-State Error Analysis-I 31 ALO 2.3.1-1: Describe the Steady-state Error Analysis ALO 2.3.1-2: Determine, for a Unit-Step Input Signal: i. Steady-state Error
ii. Error Constant
ALO 2.3.1-3: Find the Steady-state Error for different Types of Transfer Function with Unit-Step Input Signal
Steady-State Error Analysis-II 29 ALO 2.3.2-1: Determine the following for a Unit-Ramp Input Signal: i. Steady-state Error and Error Constant ii. Steady-state Errors for different Types of Transfer Function ALO 2.3.2-2: Determine the following for a Unit-Parabolic Input Signal: i. Steady-state Error and Error Constant ii. Steady-state Errors for different Types of Transfer Function

Session 4

Control Systems – Session 4
Session Topics : 4
Active Learning Outcomes : 12
Summary Quiz : 4
Video Play Time : ~5 Hours
Suggested Completion : 1 Topic Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Concept of Stability & Types of Stability 25 ALO 3.1.1-1: Recall the terms Stability and BIBO Stability
10 ALO 3.1.1-2: Recall Relative Stability and Absolute Stability
7 ALO 3.1.1-3: Differentiate between Relative Stability and Absolute Stability
Methods of Stability & Routh Hurwitz Criterion 5 ALO 3.1.2-1: Recall different methods of finding stability
32 ALO 3.1.2-2: Describe the Routh-Hurwitz Criteria
31 ALO 3.1.2-3: Find the Stability of a Control System using Routh-Hurwitz Criteria
Introduction to Root-Locus Method 12 ALO 3.2.1-1: Define Root-Locus
14 ALO 3.2.1-2: Define the terms related to Root-Locus Plot
22 ALO 3.2.1-3: Recall the procedure for plotting a Root-Locus
Design Aspects of Root-Locus 95 ALO 3.2.2-1: Construct a Root-Locus of a given Open-Loop System
5 ALO 3.2.2-2: Find the Gain of a System using Root- Locus
16 ALO 3.2.2-3: Show the effect of addition of Poles and Zeros to a Root-Locus

Session 5

Control Systems – Session 5
Session Topics : 3
Active Learning Outcomes : 10
Summary Quiz : 3
Video Play Time : ~6 Hours
Suggested Completion : 1 Topic Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Frequency domain and its specifications 21 ALO 4.1.1-1: Recall Frequency domain specifications
15 ALO 4.1.1-2: Find the co-relation between Time-Domain and Frequency-Domain Specifications
8 ALO 4.1.1-3: Recall Advantages of Frequency-Domain Method
Bode Plots & Frequency domain specifications from Bode Plots 94 ALO 4.1.2-1: Recall Bode Plot
62 ALO 4.1.2-2: Design Bode Plot
65 ALO 4.1.2-3: Recall the Frequency Domain Specifications obtained from Bode Plots
Stability with Bode Plot, Gain and Phase Margin 45 ALO 4.1.3-1: Find the stability of the System and Specify Gain and Phase margin from Bode Plots
8 ALO 4.1.3-2: Recall the Bode Plots of the Systems with pure Time Delays
18 ALO 4.1.3-1: Find the System Type and Error Constants from Bode-Magnitude Plot
20 ALO 4.1.3-4: Recall steps to find Transfer Functions from the Bode-Magnitude Plot

Session 6

Control Systems – Session 6
Session Topics : 5
Active Learning Outcomes : 12
Summary Quiz : 5
Video Play Time : ~4 Hours
Suggested Completion : 1 Topic Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Polar Plots 21 ALO 4.2.1-1: Recall Polar Plots
59 ALO 4.2.1-2: Design a Polar Plot with the given Transfer Function
10 ALO 4.2.1-3: Find the Stability of a System using Polar Plot
Gain and Phase Margin with Polar Plots 17 ALO 4.2.2-1: Recall the Gain Margin and Phase Margin using Polar Plot
12 ALO 4.2.2-2: Determine the Gain Margin and Phase Margin using Polar Plot
Nyquist Criterion 25 ALO 4.2.3-1: Recall Nyquist Stability Criteria
32 ALO 4.2.3-2: Determine the Stability of a System using Nyquist Criteria
3 ALO 4.2.3-3: Differentiate between Nyquist Criteria and Polar Plot
Nichols Chart 6 ALO 4.3.1-1: Recall Nichols Chart
15 ALO 4.3.1-2: Describe Constant Magnitude Locus(M-Circle)
8 ALO 4.3.1-3: Describe Constant Phase Angle Loci(N-Circle)
Minimum Phase, Non-minimum Phase and All Pass System 23 ALO 4.3.2-1: Recall the following Transfer Functions: Minimum Phase Transfer Function, Non-Minimum Phase Transfer Function, and All-Pass Transfer Function

Session 7

Control Systems – Session 7
Session Topics : 6
Active Learning Outcomes : 12
Summary Quiz : 6
Video Play Time : ~4 Hours
Suggested Completion : 1 Topic Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Concept of State, State Variables and State Model 37 ALO 5.1.1-1: Recall the following terms: State, State Variables, and State Vector
38 ALO 5.1.1-2: Describe State Model with the help of suitable example
42 ALO 5.1.1-3: Recall State Diagram and explain the methods for the derivation of State Model
Transfer Function Decomposition 42 ALO 5.1.2-1: Recall the following methods of Decomposition of Transfer Function: Direct Decomposition, Cascade Decomposition, Parallel Decomposition, and Jordan’s Canonical Form
Eigen-values, Diagonalization and Similarity Transform of a Matrix 6 ALO 5.1.3-1: Recall Diagonalization of a Matrix
11 ALO 5.1.3-2: Recall the Eigen-values and the Stability of a Transfer Function
5 ALO 5.1.3-3: Describe the Similarity Transformation of a Matrix
Solution of State Equations 18 ALO 5.1.4-1: Derive the Transfer Function from the State Model or State Equations
ALO 5.1.4-2: Find the Solution of Homogeneous and Non-Homogeneous State equations
ALO 5.1.4-3: Illustrate various methods of finding the State Transition Matrix
Controllability of a Control System 13 ALO 5.2.1-1: Recall the concept of Controllability
17 ALO 5.2.1-2: Verify the Controllbility of a Control System
Observability of a Control System 5 ALO 5.2.2-1: Recall the Concept of Observability
16 ALO 5.2.2-2: Verify the Observability of a Control System

Session 8

Control Systems – Session 8
Session Topics : 5
Active Learning Outcomes : 15
Summary Quiz : 5
Video Play Time : ~4 Hours
Suggested Completion : 1 Topic Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Compensation and Types of Compensation 19 ALO 6.1.1-1: Recall the term Compensation and the types of Compensators
23 ALO 6.1.1-2: Describe Lead Compensator
11 ALO 6.1.1-3: Describe Lag Compensator
8 ALO 6.1.1-4: Describe Lead-Lag Compensator
Op-Amp based design of Compensators 14 ALO 6.1.2-1: Recall Compensators using Op-Amp
27 ALO 6.1.2-2: Design Compensators using Bode-Plots
23 ALO 6.1.2-3: Design Compensators using Root-Locus method
10 ALO 6.1.2-4: Recall the advantages and disadvantages of Compensators
Proportional, Derivative and Integral Controllers 13 ALO 6.2.1-1: Recall Controllers
36 ALO 6.2.1-2: Describe the Proportional Controllers
9 ALO 6.2.1-3: Describe the Derivative Controllers
11 ALO 6.2.1-4: Describe the Integral Controllers
PD and PI Controllers 23 ALO 6.2.2-1: Describe the following Controllers:
i. Proportional + Derivative Controller
ii . Proportional + Integral Controller
PID controller and Tuning of Controllers 8 ALO 6.2.3-1: Describe the Proportional + Derivative + Integral (PID) Controller
14 ALO 6.2.3-2: Recall the Tuning of Controllers

Session 1

Electronic Devices and Circuits – Session 1
Session Topics : 4
Active Learning Outcomes : 13
Summary Quiz : 4
Video Play Time : ~4 Hours
Suggested Completion : 1 Topic Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Introduction and Semiconductor Basics 22 ALO 1.1.1-1: Recall Atomic Structure of a Semiconductor
31 ALO 1.1.1-2: Describe the Energy Level in Semiconductor
32 ALO 1.1.1-3: Differentiate between Conductors, Insulators and Semiconductors
Classification of Semiconductors 16 ALO 1.1.2-1: Classify Semiconductors
18 ALO 1.1.2-2: Describe the Intrinsic Semiconductors
10 ALO 1.1.2-3: Recall the Concept of Doping
22 ALO 1.1.2-4: Describe the Extrinsic Semiconductors
Conductivity of Semiconductors 26 ALO 1.1.3-1: Recall Conductivity of Semiconductor
7 ALO 1.1.3-2: Describe the Conductivity of Intrinsic and Extrinsic Semiconductors
9 ALO 1.1.3-3: Recall the effect of Temperature on the Conductivity of P and N Impurities
Hall-Effect 20 ALO 1.1.4-1: Recall Hall-Effect
18 ALO 1.1.4-2: Employ the Half-effect to calculate the parameters of Semi-coductor
3 ALO 1.1.4-3: Recall the applications of Hall-Effect

Session 2

Electronic Devices and Circuits – Session 2
Session Topics : 7
Active Learning Outcomes : 19
Summary Quiz : 7
Video Play Time : ~8 Hours
Suggested Completion : 2 Topics Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Fermi level and Fermi-Dirac Distribution  Function 14 ALO 1.2.1-1: Define Fermi Energy and Fermi Energy Level
19 ALO 1.2.1-2: Recall Fermi-Dirac Distribution Function
29 ALO 1.2.1-3: Describe the variation of Fermi-Dirac Function on Temperature
Carrier concentration in Semiconductor 47 ALO 1.2.2-1: Determine the Concentration of Electrons in Conduction Band
59 ALO 1.2.2-2: Determine the Concentration of Holes in Valence Band
Fermi Level in Semiconductors 29 ALO 1.2.3-1: Determine Fermi level Intrinsic in Semiconductor
30 ALO 1.2.3-2A: Determine Fermi Level in Extrinsic Semiconductors: Fermi Level in n-type Semiconductor
22 ALO 1.2.3-2B: Determine Fermi Level in Extrinsic Semiconductors: Fermi Level in p-type Semiconductor
Excess Carrier in Semiconductors 26 ALO 1.2.4-1: Recall Carrier Life Time
36 ALO 1.2.4-2: Recall the Methods of generating excess carriers in Semiconductors
9 ALO 1.2.4-3: Recall the Steady-State Carrier generation
12 ALO 1.2.4-4: Describe the Optical Absorption
Carrier Transport in Semiconductor 38 ALO 1.2.5-1: Recall the Drift Current
22 ALO 1.2.5-2: Describe the Diffusion Process and recall the Diffusion Current ALO 1.2.5-3: Recall the Einstein’s Equation and the Mass-Action
Continuity Equation 13 ALO 1.3.1-1: Recall Continuity Equation
26 ALO 1.3.1-2: Derive the Continuity Equation
14 ALO 1.3.1-3: Recall the applications of Continuity Equation
P-N Junction Under Equilibrium 37 ALO 1.3.2-1: Recall the working of P-N Junction under Equilibrium with no applied voltage
17 ALO 1.3.2-2: Derive an expression for Depletion Width

Session 3

Electronic Devices and Circuits – Session 3
Session Topics : 5
Active Learning Outcomes : 14
Summary Quiz : 5
Video Play Time : ~4 Hours
Suggested Completion : 1 Topic Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
P-N Junction Diode Biasing and its Characteristics 34 ALO 2.1.1-1: Recall P-N Junction Diode
16 ALO 2.1.1-2: Describe Biasing of P-N Junction Diode
30 ALO 2.1.1-3: Describe V-I characteristics of P-N Junction Diode
22 ALO 2.1.1-4: Recall the Diode Switching time and Rating
Current Flow Mechanism in P-N Junction Diode 30 ALO 2.1.2-1: Recall the Current Flow Mechanism in P-N Junction Diode
27 ALO 2.1.2-2: Derive the expression of Current in P-N Junction Diode
Effect of Temperature on P-N Junction Diode 27 ALO 2.1.3-1: Describe the effect of Temperature on Barrier Potential (V<sub>o</sub>)
12 ALO 2.1.3-2: Describe the effect of Temperature on Leakage Current
Diode C-V Characteristics, Static and Dynamic Resistances 17 ALO 2.1.4-1: Describe the Diode C-V Characteristics
10 ALO 2.1.4-2: Recall the Static and Dynamic Resistances of Diode
Diode Models 14 ALO 2.1.5-1: Recall the Piece-Wise Linear Model of a Diode
10 ALO 2.1.5-2: Recall the Diode Approximation Model
12 ALO 2.1.5-3: Describe the Small-signal Model of a Diode
6 ALO 2.1.5-4: Describe the Large-signal Model of a Diode

Session 4

Electronic Devices and Circuits – Session 4
Session Topics : 12
Active Learning Outcomes : 26
Summary Quiz : 12
Video Play Time : ~9 Hours
Suggested Completion : 2 Topics Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Half-Wave Rectifier 51 ALO 2.2.1-1: Describe the Half-Wave Rectifier
49 ALO 2.2.1-2: Derive the parameters of Half-Wave Rectifier i. Average and RMS values of Voltage and Current ii. Form Factor and Ripple Factor iii. Efficiency and Peak Inverse Voltage
Full-Wave Rectifiers 25 ALO 2.2.2-1: Describe the Full-Wave Centre-Tap Rectifier
34 ALO 2.2.2-2: Describe the Full-Wave Bridge Rectifier
34 ALO 2.2.2-3: Derive the parameters of Full-Wave Centre-Tap and Bridge Rectifiers
Capacitor Filter 19 ALO 2.2.3-1: Recall Filters
25 ALO 2.2.3-2: Describe the working of Capacitor Filter
15 ALO 2.2.3-3: Calculate the Ripple Factor of Capacitor Filter
Inductor Filter 10 ALO 2.2.4-1: Describe the working of Inductor Filter
16 ALO 2.2.4-2: Calculate the Ripple Factor of Inductor Filter
LC Filter and CLC or π-Filter 23 ALO 2.2.5-1: Describe the working of LC Filter
6 ALO 2.2.5-2: Describe the working of CLC or π-Filter
Series and Shunt Clipper Circuits 15 ALO 2.3.1-1:Describe the working of Series Clipper Circuit and draw the output waveform of the Circuit
12 ALO 2.3.1-2: Describe the working of Shunt Clipper Circuit and draw the output waveform of the Circuit
Biased Clipper Circuits 20 ALO 2.3.2-1: Describe the working of Shunt-Biased Clipper Circuit and draw the output waveform of the Circuit
13 ALO 2.3.2-2: Describe the working of Series-Biased Clipper Circuit and draw the output waveform of the Circuit
Combinational Clipper Circuit 35 ALO 2.3.3-1: Recall the Combinational Clipper Circuit ALO 2.3.3-2:  Draw the Output Waveform of the Circuit
Positive and Negative Clamper Circuits 10 ALO 2.3.4-1: Recall the Clamper Circuits and their Types
17 ALO 2.3.4-2: Describe the working of Positive Clamper Circuit and draw the output waveform of the Circuit
20 ALO 2.3.4-3: Describe the working of Negative Clamper Circuit and draw the output waveform of the Circuit
Biased Clamper Circuits 15 ALO 2.3.5-1: Recall the Biased Clamper Circuits
17 ALO 2.3.5-2: Draw the output waveform of Biased Clamper Circuits
Voltage Doubler Circuits 10 ALO 2.4.1-1: Recall the Voltage Doubler Circuits
27 ALO 2.4.1-2: Describe the working of Voltage Doubler Circuits
Voltage Tripler and Quadrupler Circuits 21 ALO 2.4.2-1: Describe the Voltage Tripler Circuit
14 ALO 2.4.2-2: Describe the working of Voltage Quadrupler Circuit

Session 5

Electronic Devices and Circuits – Session 5
Session Topics : 15
Active Learning Outcomes : 40
Summary Quiz : 15
Video Play Time : ~8 Hours
Suggested Completion : 3 Topics Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Breakdown Mechanism in P-N Junction Diode-I 18 ALO 3.1.1-1: Describe Avalanche Breakdown Mechanism
11 ALO 3.1.1-2: Describe Zener Breakdown Mechanism
Breakdown Mechanism in P-N Junction Diode-II 10 ALO 3.1.2-1: Compare Avalanche and Zener Breakdown Mechanism
15 ALO 3.1.2-2: Describe the V-I Characteristics Curve of Zener Diode
Applications of Zener Diode 26 ALO 3.1.3-1: Describe the working of a Zener Diode as a Clipper
10 ALO 3.1.3-2: Describe the working of a Zener Diode as a Voltage Regulator
Zener Diode as a Voltage Regulator-I 17 ALO 3.1.4-1: Describe the Zener diode as a Voltage Regulator under Fixed Input-Fixed Load
16 ALO 3.1.4-2: Describe the Zener diode as a Voltage Regulator under Fixed Input-Variable Load
Zener Diode as a Voltage Regulator-II 15 ALO 3.1.5-1: Describe the Zener diode as a Voltage Regulator under Variable Input-Fixed Load
12 ALO 3.1.5-2: Describe the Zener diode as a Voltage Regulator under Variable Input-Variable Load
Varactor Diode 19 ALO 3.2.1-1: Describe the working of Varactor Diode
10 ALO 3.2.1-2: Recall the advantages and disadvantages of Varactor Diode
6 ALO 3.2.1-3: Recall the applications of Varactor Diode
Tunnel Diode 38 ALO 3.2.2-1: Describe the working of Tunnel Diode
11 ALO 3.2.2-2: Recall the advantages and disadvantages of Tunnel Diode
3 ALO 3.2.2-3: Recall the applications of Tunnel Diode
Schottky Diode 23 ALO 3.2.3-1: Describe the working of Schottky Diode
15 ALO 3.2.3-2: Recall the advantages and disadvantages of Schottky Diode
2 ALO 3.2.3-3: Recall the applications of Schottky Diode
Gunn Diode 15 ALO 3.2.4-1: Describe the working of Gunn Diode
4 ALO 3.2.4-2: Recall the advantages and disadvantages of Gunn Diode
1 ALO 3.2.4-3: Recall the applications of Gunn Diode
PIN Diode 31 ALO 3.2.5-1: Describe the working of PIN Diode
4 ALO 3.2.5-2: Recall the advantages and disadvantages of PIN Diode
2 ALO 3.2.5-3: Recall the applications of PIN Diode
Light Emitting Diode(LED) 22 ALO 3.3.1-1: Describe the working of Light Emitting Diode (LED)
3 ALO 3.3.1-2: Recall the advantages and disadvantages of Light Emitting Diode (LED)
2 ALO 3.3.1-3: Recall the applications of Light Emitting Diode (LED)
Photo Diode 34 ALO 3.3.2-1: Describe the working of Photo Diode
3 ALO 3.3.2-2: Recall the advantages and disadvantages of Photo Diode
2 ALO 3.3.2-3: Recall the applications of Photo Diode
Solar Cell 24 ALO 3.3.3-1: Describe the working of Solar Cell
5 ALO 3.3.3-2: Recall the advantages and disadvantages of Solar Cell
2 ALO 3.3.3-3: Recall the applications of Solar Cell
Optocoupler 14 ALO 3.3.4-1: Describe the working of Optocoupler
2 ALO 3.3.4-2: Recall the advantages and disadvantages of Optocoupler
2 ALO 3.3.4-3: Recall the applications of Optocoupler
Uni-Junction Transistor(UJT) 21 ALO 3.3.5-1: Describe the working of Uni-Ju
3 ALO 3.3.5-2: Recall the advantages and disadvantages of Uni-Junction Transistor(UJT)
3 ALO 3.3.5-3: Recall the applications of Uni-Junction Transistor(UJT)

Session 6

Electronic Devices and Circuits – Session 6
Session Topics : 9
Active Learning Outcomes : 23
Summary Quiz : 9
Video Play Time : ~8 Hours
Suggested Completion : 2 Topics Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Concept of Bipolar Junction Transistors 24 ALO 4.1.1-1: Recall the Concept of Bipolar Junction Transistors(BJT)
25 ALO 4.1.1-2: Recall the Structure and Symbol of NPN and PNP Transistors
15 ALO 4.1.1-3: Describe the Mode of Operations of Bipolar Junction Transistors
Common-Base Transistor 24 ALO 4.1.2-1: Recall the Structure and Symbol of NPN and PNP Common-Base Transistors
32 ALO 4.1.2-2: Describe the Construction and Working of Common-Base Transistor
21 ALO 4.1.2-3: Describe the Input and Output Characteristics of Common-Base Transistors
32 ALO 4.1.2-4: Recall the Current components in Common-Base Transistors
Common-Emitter Transistor 26 ALO 4.1.3-1: Recall the Structure and Symbol of NPN and PNP Common-Emitter Transistors
19 ALO 4.1.3-2: Describe the Construction and Working of Common-Emitter Transistor
38 ALO 4.1.3-3: Describe the Input and Output Characteristics of Common-Emitter Transistor
16 ALO 4.1.3-4: Recall the DC Load Line and Quiescent Point
Common-Collector Transistor 37 ALO 4.1.4-1: Recall Thermal Run-away and Stability Factor
15 ALO 4.1.4-2: Recall the Structure and Symbol of NPN and PNP Common-Collector Transistors
20 ALO 4.1.4-3: Describe the Construction and Working of Common-Collector Transistor
23 ALO 4.1.4-4: Describe the Input and Output Characteristics of Common-Collector Transistor
DC Biasing of BJT 16 ALO 4.2.1-1: Recall the need of Biasing in BJT
7 ALO 4.2.1-2: Recall the types of DC Biasing of BJT
Fixed-Bias and Emitter-Bias Configuration 16 ALO 4.2.2-1: Describe the Fixed-Bias Circuit
14 ALO 4.2.2-2: Describe the Emitter-Bias Circuit
Voltage-Divider/Self-Bias Configuration 31 ALO 4.2.3-1: Recall the Voltage Divider or Self-Bias Configuration
Collector-to-Base Bias configuration 17 ALO 4.2.4-1: Recall the Collector-to-Base Bias Configuration
7 ALO 4.2.4-2: Recall the Collector-to-Base Bias Configuration with Emitter Resistance
Bias Compesation Techniques 18 ALO 4.2.5-1: Recall the following Bias Compensation Techniques used in the Transistor i. Bias Compensation using Diode ii. Bias Compensation using Thermistor iii. Bias Compensation using Sensistor

Session 7

Electronic Devices and Circuits – Session 7
Session Topics : 6
Active Learning Outcomes : 12
Summary Quiz : 6
Video Play Time : ~5 Hours
Suggested Completion : 1 Topic Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
AC Load Line in BJT 17 ALO 4.3.1-1: Describe AC Load Line in BJT ALO 4.3.1-2: Recall Q-Point in AC Load Line
8 ALO 4.3.1-3: Compare AC and DC Load Lines
BJT as an Amplifier 36 ALO 4.3.2-1: Describe the Graphical Analysis of BJT Amplifier
20 ALO 4.3.2-2: Recall the Ebers-Moll Model of BJT
Low Signals Models of BJT 24 ALO 4.3.3-1: Recall the h-parameter models for Low Frequency Signals
30 ALO 4.3.3-2: Compute the following parameters in CE Configuration of BJT: i. Input Impedance ii. Output Impedance iii. Voltage Gain, and Current Gain
Low Frequency Analysis using re-Models of BJT 32 ALO 4.4.1-1: Describe re and π-Model of BJT
21 ALO 4.4.1-2: Calculate the following parameters in Common Emitter Amplifier using re-Model: i. Input Impedance ii. Output Impedance iii. Voltage Gain
High Frequency Model of BJT 24 ALO 4.4.2-1: Describe the High Frequency Model of BJT
Frequency Response of BJT 38 ALO 4.4.3-1: Find out the Low Frequency Response of Common-Emitter BJT Amplifier
31 ALO 4.4.3-2: Find out the High Frequency Response of Common-Emitter BJT Amplifier
15 ALO 4.4.3-3: Show the Frequency Response  Curve of Common-Emitter BJT Amplifier

Session 8

Electronic Devices and Circuits – Session 8
Session Topics : 11
Active Learning Outcomes : 16
Summary Quiz : 11
Video Play Time : ~6 Hours
Suggested Completion : 2 Topics Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Concept of Field Effect Transistor (FET) 28 ALO 5.1.1-1: Recall Field Effect Transistor
15 ALO 5.1.1-2: Recall the advantages of Field Effect Transistor over Bipolar Junction Transistor
9 ALO 5.1.1-3: Classify Field Effect Transistor
Construction of Junction Field Effect Transistor (JFET) 13 ALO 5.1.2-1: Describe the construction of N-Channel Junction Field Effect Transistor
7 ALO 5.1.2-2: Describe the construction of P-Channel Junction Field Effect Transistor
Working of Junction Field Effect Transistor (JFET) 61 ALO 5.1.3-1: Describe the working of N-Channel/P-Channel JFET when i. VGS = 0V ii. VGS is negative
Characteristics of Junction Field Effect Transistor (JFET) 25 ALO 5.1.4-4: Describe the Characteristics of N-Channel/P-Channel JFET: i. Drain Characteristics ii. Transfer Characteristics
JFET Parameters 24 ALO 5.2.1-1: Recall the following parameters of JFET: i. Static &amp; Dynamic Drain Resistance  ii. Input Resistance iii. Transconductance (gm) iv. Amplification Factor (μ)
Fixed-Bias Configuration of JFET 29 ALO 5.2.2-1: Analyze the Fixed-Bias Configuration of JFET: i. Mathematical Analysis ii. Graphical Analysis
Self-Bias Configuration of JFET 20 ALO 5.2.3-1: Analyze the Self-Bias Configuration of JFET
12 ALO 5.2.3-2: Determine Operation Point in the Self-Bias Configuration of JFET
Voltage-Divider Bias Configuration of JFET 11 ALO 5.2.4-1: Analyze the Voltage-Divider Bias Configuration of JFET
10 ALO 5.2.4-2: Determine Operation Point in the Voltage-Divider Bias Configuration of JFET
JFET as an Amplifier 24 ALO 5.3.1-1: Analyze graphically the Common-Source JFET Amplifier
Small Signal Model of JFET 10 ALO 5.3.2-1: Describe the Low-Frequency Small Signal Model of JFET
AC Analysis of JFET Amplifiers 103 ALO 5.3.3-1: Analyze the following Amplifiers and find out the Input Impedance, Output Impedance and Voltage Gain: i. Common Source ii. Common Drain iii. Common Gate Amplifier

Session 9

Electronic Devices and Circuits – Session 9
Session Topics : 7
Active Learning Outcomes : 10
Summary Quiz : 7
Video Play Time : ~3 Hours
Suggested Completion : 2 Topics Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Concept of Metal Oxide Semiconductor Field Effect Transistor (MOSFET) 19 ALO 6.1.1-1: Recall Metal oxide Semiconductor Field effect Transistor
6 ALO 6.1.1-2: Classify Metal Oxide Semiconductor Field Effect Transistor
Construction of Depletion Type Metal Oxide Semiconductor Field Effect Transistor (MOSFET) 14 ALO 6.1.2-1: Describe the construction of N-Channel Depletion Type MOSFET
6 ALO 6.1.2-2: Describe the construction of P-Channel Depletion Type MOSFET
Working of Depletion Type Metal Oxide Semiconductor Field Effect Transistor (MOSFET) 36 ALO 6.1.3-1: Describe the working of N-Channel/P-Channel Depletion Type MOSFET when i. VGS = 0V ii. VGS is Negative
Characteristics of Depletion Type Metal Oxide Semiconductor Field Effect Transistor (MOSFET) 21 ALO 6.1.4-1: Describe the following Characteristics of N-Channel/P-Channel Depletion Type MOSFET: i. Drain Characteristics ii. Transfer Characteristics
Construction of Enhancement Type MOSFET 5 ALO 6.2.1-1: Describe the construction of N-Channel Enhancement Type MOSFET
4 ALO 6.2.1-2: Describe the construction of P-Channel Enhancement Type MOSFET
Working of Enhancement Type MOSFET 65 ALO 6.2.2-1: Describe the working of N-Channel/P-Channel Enhancement Type MOSFET when  i. VGS = 0V ii. VGS is Negative and Positive
Characteristics of Enhancement Type MOSFET 26 ALO 6.2.3-1: Describe the following Characteristics of N-Channel/P-Channel Depletion Type MOSFET: i. Drain Characteristics ii. Transfer Characteristics

Session 10

Electronic Devices and Circuits – Session 10
Session Topics : 7
Active Learning Outcomes : 17
Summary Quiz : 7
Video Play Time : ~6 Hours
Suggested Completion : 2 Topics Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
MOSFET as an Amplifier and a Switch 22 ALO 6.3.1-1: Describe the Graphical Analysis of Common Source Amplifier MOSFET
10 ALO 6.3.1-2: Recall the MOSFET as a Switch
Biasing of a MOSFET 35 ALO 6.3.2-1: Recall the Biasing of Depletion Type MOSFET: i. Self-Bias ii. Voltage-Divider Bias
25 ALO 6.3.2-2: Recall the Biasing of Enhancement Type MOSFET: i. Drain-Feedback Bias ii. Voltage-Divider Biasing
Small Signal Operation and Models of MOSFET 13 ALO 6.3.3-1: Describe the Small Signal Operation of MOSFET
7 ALO 6.3.3-2: Recall the Models of the MOSFET
25 ALO 6.3.3-3: Recall the Internal Capacitances of the MOSFET
High Frequency Model and High Frequency Response of MOSFET 8 ALO 6.3.4-1: Describe the High Frequency Model of the MOSFET
6 ALO 6.3.4-2: Recall the High Frequency Response of the MOSFET
Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor Field Effect Transistor (CMOS) 8 ALO 6.3.5-1: Recall CMOS and its Structure
10 ALO 6.3.5-2: Recall the Applications of the CMOS
Power Devices 33 ALO 6.4.1-1: Describe the Insulated Gate Bipolar Junction Transistor(IGBT)
41 ALO 6.4.1-2: Describe the Metal Semiconductor Field Effect Transistor(MESFET)
19 ALO 6.4.1-3: Recall the Power MOSFET
MOSFET Parameters 15 ALO 6.4.2-1: Describe the Non-ideal characteristics of MOSFET
73 ALO 6.4.2-2: Recall the following in the MOSFET: i. Finite Output Resistance ii. Body Effect iii. Sub Threshold Condition iv. Noise Performance, and FET Specifications
20 ALO 6.4.2-3: Describe the C-V Characteristics of MOSFET

Session 1

Network Analysis and Synthesis – Session 1
Session Topics : 10
Active Learning Outcomes : 24
Summary Quiz : 10
Video Play Time : ~5 Hours
Suggested Completion : 2 Topics Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Thevenin’s Theorem 20 ALO 2.1.1-1: Describe Thevenin’s Theorem
14 ALO 2.1.1-1: Apply Thevenin’s Theorem on different types of Networks
Norton’s Theorem 10 ALO 2.2.1-1: Describe Norton’s Theorem
21 ALO 2.2.1-2: Apply Norton’s Theorem on different types of Networks
4 ALO 2.2.1-3: List limitations of Norton’s Theorem
Superposition Theorem 23 ALO 2.3.1-1: Describe Superposition Theorem
6 ALO 2.3.1-2: Apply Superposition Theorem on different types of Networks
6 ALO 2.3.1-3: List limitations of Superposition Theorem
Maximum Power Transfer Theorem 22 ALO 2.4.1-1: Describe Maximum Power Transfer Theorem
13 ALO 2.4.1-2: Apply Maximum Power Transfer Theorem on different types of Networks
Reciprocity Theorem 8 ALO 2.5.1-1: Describe Reciprocity Theorem
8 ALO 2.5.1-2: Apply Reciprocity Theorem on different types of Networks
2 ALO 2.5.1-3: List limitations of Reciprocity Theorem
Millman’s Theorem 37 ALO 2.6.1-1: Describe Milliman’s Theorem
8 ALO 2.6.1-2: Apply Milliman’s Theorem on different types of Networks
Tellegen’s Theorem 5 ALO 2.7.1-1: Describe Tellegen’s Theorem
26 ALO 2.7.1.-2: Apply Tellegen’s Theorem on different types of Networks
Compensation Theorem 15 ALO 2.8.1-1: Describe Compensation Theorem
18 ALO 2.8.1-2: Apply Compensation Theorem on different types of Networks
2 ALO 2.8.1-3: List limitations of Compensation Theorem
Substitution Theorem 8 ALO 2.9.1-1: Recall Substitution Theorem
11 ALO 2.9.1-2: Apply Substitution Theorem on different types of Networks
Network theorems in AC circuits 19 ALO 2.10.1-1: Recall Network Theorems in AC circuits
11 ALO 2.10.1-2: Calculate the response in AC circuits using Network Theorems

Session 2

Network Analysis and Synthesis – Session 2
Session Topics : 7
Active Learning Outcomes : 21
Summary Quiz : 7
Video Play Time : ~7 Hours
Suggested Completion : 2 Topics Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Resonance in Series RLC Circuits 26 ALO 3.1.1-1: Describe Resonance in Series-RLC circuits and its properties ALO 3.1.1-2: Describe the condition of Resonance in Series-RLC circuits (Series-Resonance)
27 ALO 3.1.1-3: Describe variation of R, XL, and XC with frequency
12 ALO 3.1.1-3: Describe variation of R, XL, and XC with frequency
12 ALO 3.1.1-4: Describe the expression of Half Power frequencies in Series-RLC Resonating circuits
Bandwidth, Q-Factor and Selectivity of Series Resonating Circuits 9 ALO 3.1.2-1: Describe Quality Factor ‘Q’ and Bandwidth of Series-RLC Resonating circuit
12 ALO 3.1.2-2: Describe the relationship among Quality Factor ‘Q’, Bandwidth and Resonating frequency
13 ALO 3.1.2-3: Explain Selectivity of Series-RLC Resonating circuit
Parallel RLC Circuits 26 ALO 3.2.1-1: Describe the condition of Resonance in Parallel-RLC Circuits (Parallel-Resonance)
4 ALO 3.2.1-2: Explain properties of Resonance of Parallel-RLC circuits
42 ALO 3.2.1-3: Describe Variation of R, Z, Capacitive and Inductive Susceptance with frequency
Bandwidth, Q-Factor and Selectivity of Parallel Resonating Circuit 9 ALO 3.2.2-1: Define Quality Factor ‘Q’ of Parallel Resonating circuit
13 ALO 3.2.2-2: Describe Bandwidth of Parallel-RLC Circuits and its relation with Quality Factor ‘Q’
13 ALO 3.2.2-3: Explain Selectivity of Parallel-RLC Resonating circuit
Magnetically Coupled Circuits 18 ALO 3.3.1-1: Describe Self-Inductance and Mutual-Inductance
14 ALO 3.3.1-2: Define Coefficient of Coupling
9 ALO 3.3.1-3: Describe Modelling of Coupled Circuits and Series Connection of Coupled Coils
Dot Convention and Equivalent Circuits 13 ALO 3.3.2-1: Describe Dot Convention
64 ALO 3.3.2-2: Describe Transformer and Electrical Equivalent of Coupled circuits
Tuned Coupled Circuits 39 ALO 3.4.1-1: Describe Single-Tuned Coupled Circuits
25 ALO 3.4.1-2: Describe Double-Tuned Coupled Circuits
10 ALO 3.4.1-3: Explain Conductively Coupled Equivalent Circuits

Session 3

Network Analysis and Synthesis – Session 3
Session Topics : 9
Active Learning Outcomes : 26
Summary Quiz : 9
Video Play Time : ~5 Hours
Suggested Completion : 2 Topics Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Graph Theory Fundamentals and Graph of a Network 11 ALO 4.1.1-1: Define Network Graph
14 ALO 4.1.1-2: Describe types of Network Graph
9 ALO 4.1.1-3: Explain Linear Oriented Graph and Sub-graph
Elements of Graph Theory 10 ALO 4.1.2-1: Describe Branches and Nodes
ALO 4.1.2-2: Define Tree or Twigs and Co-tree or links (chords)
4 ALO 4.1.2-3: Describe properties of a Tree in graph
14 ALO 4.1.2-4: Define Path, Loop(Circuit) and Cut-Set
Incidence Matrix  and Reduced incidence Matrix 16 ALO 4.2.1-1: Explain Incidence Matrix and its Properties
11 ALO 4.2.1-2: Describe Reduced Incidence Matrix
Twig Matrix and Link matrix 18 ALO 4.2.2-1: Describe Incidence Matrix in terms of Twigs and Links
8 ALO 4.2.2-2: Explain the method to find the number of Trees in a Graph
Tie-Set Matrix and Cut-Set Matrix 19 ALO 4.3.1-1: Describe Basic Tie-set Matrix
22 ALO 4.3.1-2: Describe Fundamental Tie-set Matrix
19 ALO 4.3.1-3: Describe Cut-set Matrix
13 ALO 4.3.1-4: Describe Fundamental Cut-set Matrix
Interrelation among various Matrices 7 ALO 4.3.2-1: Describe relationship between Incidence Matrix and Loop Matrix
6 ALO 4.3.2-2: Describe relationship between Incidence Matrix and Cut-Set Matrix
5 ALO 4.3.2-3: Describe relationship between Cut-Set Matrix and Loop Matrix
Kirchhoff’s Voltage Law and Kirchhoff’s Current Law 14 ALO 4.4.1-1: Describe KVL in topological form
14 ALO 4.4.1-2: Describe KCL in topological form
14 ALO 4.4.1-3: Explain the relationship between Vb , Vt , Vn , Ib , It , Il , Bf , Qf , and A
Network Equilibrium Equations – KVL, KCL, Impedance and Admittance Matrix 15 ALO 4.4.2-1: Describe KVL network equilibrium equation
3 ALO 4.4.2-2: Explain Impedance Matrix
7 ALO 4.4.2-3: Describe KCL network equilibrium equation
16 ALO 4.4.2-4: Explain Node Admittance Matrix
Dual of Networks and Principal of Duality 17 ALO 4.5.1-1: Describe Principle of Duality
14 ALO 4.5.1-2: Explain construction of Dual Network

Session 4

Network Analysis and Synthesis – Session 4
Session Topics : 4
Active Learning Outcomes : 11
Summary Quiz : 4
Video Play Time : ~3 Hours
Suggested Completion : 1 Topic Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Introduction to Transient Analysis 14 ALO 5.1.1-1: Describe Transient Analysis and Source Free Response
7 ALO 5.1.1-2: Define and differentiate between Natural and Forced response
15 ALO 5.1.1-3: Describe Initial and Final conditions in circuit Elements (R, L and C)
14 ALO 5.1.1-4: Describe Particular Integral and Complimentary Function of a Differential Equation
DC & AC Transient in R-L Circuits 23 ALO 5.1.2-1: Describe Transient response of R-L circuit having DC Excitation
14 ALO 5.1.2-2: Describe Transient response of R-L circuit having AC Excitation ALO 5.1.3-3: Recall the concepts of Time constants and plot the Normalized curve.
DC & AC Transient in R-C Circuits 35 ALO 5.2.1-1: Determine Transient response of R-C circuit having DC Excitation
13 ALO 5.2.1-2: Determine Transient response of R-C circuit having AC Excitation
7 ALO 5.2.1-3: Recall the concepts of Time constants and plot the Normalized curve
DC & AC Transient in R-L-C Circuits 27 ALO 5.2.2-1: Recall Second Order Differential Equation ALO 5.2.2-2: Determine Transient response of R-L-C circuit having DC Excitation.
13 ALO 5.2.2-3: Determine Transient response of R-L-C circuit having AC Excitation

Session 5

Network Analysis and Synthesis – Session 5
Session Topics : 5
Active Learning Outcomes : 12
Summary Quiz : 5
Video Play Time : ~4 Hours
Suggested Completion : 1 Topic Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Laplace Transform Properties and Theorems 15 ALO 6.1.1-1: Define the term Laplace Transform and Complex frequency
15 ALO 6.1.1-2: List properties of Laplace Transform
7 ALO 6.1.1-3: Determine Final value and Initial value theorem
3 ALO 6.1.1-4: Recall Inverse Laplace Transform
Laplace Transform of Signals 26 ALO 6.1.2-1: Recall Convolution Integral and Graphical Convolution
41 ALO 6.1.2-2: Evaluate Laplace Transform of various Fundamental Signals: Step, Ramp, Impulse, and Parabolic signal
Partial Fraction Expansion Method and Heaviside Expansion Theorem 25 ALO 6.2.1-1: Explain Partial Fraction Expansion method to find the solution of Integrodifferential equations
8 ALO 6.2.1-2: Recall Heaviside’s Expansion Theorem
Application of Laplace Transformation Technique in Circuit Analysis 24 ALO 6.3.1-1: Calculate the Sinusoidal Steady State response using Laplace transform ALO 6.3.1-2: Find the solution of Differential equation using Laplace Transform
Transient Response of an Electrical Network using Impulse, Step and Ramp Signal 26 ALO 6.3.2-1: Calculate the Transient response for R-L circuit for Step signal by using Laplace transform
17 ALO 6.3.2-2: Calculate the Transient response for RC circuit for Impulse signal by using Laplace transform
13 ALO 6.3.2-3: Calculate the Transient response for RLC circuit for Step signal by using Laplace transform

Session 6

Network Analysis and Synthesis – Session 6
Session Topics : 7
Active Learning Outcomes : 22
Summary Quiz : 7
Video Play Time : ~8 Hours
Suggested Completion : 2 Topics Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Introduction to Two Port Network and Z  Parameters 9 ALO 7.1.1-1: Define Two-Port Network
23 ALO 7.1.1-2: Describe characterization of LTI Two-Port Network
19 ALO 7.1.1-3: Describe Z-parameters
10 ALO 7.1.1-4: Describe the condition of Reciprocity and Symmetry in Z-parameters
5 ALO 7.1.1-5: Calculate Z-parameters for the given circuit
Y Parameters 13 ALO 7.2.1-1: Explain Y-parameters
7 ALO 7.2.1-2: Describe the condition of Reciprocity and Symmetry in Y-parameters
7 ALO 7.2.1-3: Calculate Y-parameters for the given Circuit
Transmission (ABCD) and Inverse Transmission (A’B’C’D’) Parameters 27 ALO 7.3.1-1: Describe Transmission (ABCD) and Inverse Transmission (A’B’C’D’) parameters
30 ALO 7.3.1-2: Describe Reciprocity and Symmetry in ABCD parameters ALO 7.3.1-3: Calculate Transmission parameters for the given circuit ALO 7.3.1-4: Calculate Inverse Transmission
parameters for the given circuit
Hybrid (h) Parameters and Inverse Hybrid (g) Parameters 22 ALO 7.4.1-1: Describe Hybrid (h) and Inverse Hybrid (g) parameters
27 ALO 7.4.1-2: Describe Reciprocity and Symmetry condition in h parameters
6 ALO 7.4.1-3: Calculate Hybrid (h) and Inverse Hybrid (g) parameters for the given circuit
Inter-relationship of Two Port Networks 32 ALO 7.5.1-1: Describe the Inter-relationship of Z and Y-parameters into other Two-Port parameters
28 ALO 7.5.1-2: Describe the Inter-relationship of T and T’-parameters into other Two-Port parameters
28 ALO 7.5.1-3: Describe the Inter-relationship of h and g-parameters into other Two-Port parameters
Inter-connection of Two Port Networks 58 ALO 7.5.2-1: Write short note on Ladder networks
17 ALO 7.5.2-2: Explain equivalent T-Section and ∏-section representation in parameter form
6 ALO 7.5.2-3: Explain Ladder Networks
Input, Output and Image Impedances in terms of Two-Port Parameters 40 ALO 7.6.1-1: Describe the expression of Input and Output Impedances in terms of Two-Port parameters
20 ALO 7.6.1-2: Describe the relationship between Open-Short Circuit Impedances and the T Parameters
26 ALO 7.6.1-3: Explain Image Impedance in terms of Input-Output Impedances, Open-Short Circuit Impedances and T-parameters

Session 7

Network Analysis and Synthesis – Session 7
Session Topics : 5
Active Learning Outcomes : 10
Summary Quiz : 5
Video Play Time : ~4 Hours
Suggested Completion : 1 Topic Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Network Functions 11 ALO 8.1.1-1: Recall Terminal Pairs or Ports
22 ALO 8.1.1-2: Describe different Network Functions for One-Port and Two-Port Networks a) Transform Immittance Function b) Transfer Immittance Function c) Voltage Transfer Function d) Current Transfer Function
Concept of Poles and Zeros 35 ALO 8.1.2-1: Recall Poles and Zeros in a Network Function
13 ALO 8.1.2-2: List out restrictions on location of Poles and Zeros in Driving Point Functions
34 ALO 8.1.2-3: Recall the necessary conditions for Transfer Functions
Time-Domain behaviour from the pole-zero plot 39 ALO 8.1.3-1: Describe Time-Domain behaviour of a function from the Pole-Zero plot
Fourier Series Analysis 19 ALO 8.2.1-1: Describe Fourier Series and its different form
19 ALO 8.2.1-2: Explain evaluation of Fourier-Coefficients
Waveform Symmetries 25 ALO 8.2.2-1: Describe Symmetries related to Fourier Coefficients
4 ALO 8.2.2-2: Describe Dirichlet Conditions to write the Fourier Series for a Periodic Function

Session 8

Network Analysis and Synthesis – Session 8
Session Topics : 6
Active Learning Outcomes : 12
Summary Quiz : 6
Video Play Time : ~5 Hours
Suggested Completion : 1 Topic Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Routh-Hurwitz Stability Criterion 26 ALO 9.1.1-1: Describe relationship between Pole positions and Stability
29 ALO 9.1.1-2: Describe and apply Routh-Hurwitz stability criterion to determine stability of a polynomial
Frequency Response – Bode Plot 16 ALO 9.1.2-1: Define Frequency Response
56 ALO 9.1.2-2: Describe and construct Bode diagram
Network Synthesis and Hurwitz polynomial 9 ALO 9.1.3-1: Describe the fundamental concepts and procedure of Network Synthesis
11 ALO 9.1.3-2: Define Hurwitz Polynomial
13 ALO 9.1.3-3: Determine whether the given function is Hurwitz polynomial or not
Positive Real Functions 13 ALO 9.1.4-1: Define Positive Real Functions
18 ALO 9.1.4-2: Determine whether the given function is Positive Real Function or not
Synthesis of LC, RC, RL Networks in Foster’s I and II form 87 ALO 9.2.1-1: Synthesise LC, RC and RL networks in Foster’s I form ALO 9.2.1-2: Synthesise LC, RC and RL networks in Foster’s II form
Synthesis of LC, RC ,RL Networks in Cauer’s I and II form 9 ALO 9.2.2-1: Synthesise LC, RC and RL networks in Cauer’s I form
12 ALO 9.2.2-2: Synthesise LC, RC and RL networks in Foster’s II form

Session 9

Network Analysis and Synthesis – Session 9
Session Topics : 8
Active Learning Outcomes : 18
Summary Quiz : 8
Video Play Time : ~8 Hours
Suggested Completion : 2 Topics Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Introduction to Filters and its Classification 24 ALO 10.1.1-1: Recall Filter and its properties
10 ALO 10.1.1-2: Describe parameters of Filters
26 ALO 10.1.1-3: Classify Filters on the basis of Frequency
Characteristics of Filters 61 ALO 10.1.2-1: List the Characteristics of Filter for T and π-Networks: a) Characteristic Impedance b) Propagation Constant
Constant K-Prototype Filters 9 ALO 10.2.1-1: Recall Constant-K or Prototype Filter
59 ALO 10.2.1-2: Design:
a) Constant-K Low Pass Filter
b) Constant-K High Pass Filter
c) Constant-K Band Pass Filter
d) Constant-K Band Stop Filter
m-Derived Filters 21 ALO 10.2.2-1: Recall m-Derived Filters and their Advantages
16 ALO 10.2.2-2: Design m-Derived Low Pass and High pass Filters
9 ALO 10.2.2-3: Design m-Derived Band Pass and Band Stop Filters
Impedance Matching and Composite Filters 13 ALO 10.2.3-1: Recall Impedance Matching and its need
34 ALO 10.2.3-2: Design Composite Low-Pass and High-Pass Filters
Crystal or Piezo-electric Filter and Equalizers 13 ALO 10.3.1-1: Describe Crystal Filters
26 ALO 10.3.1-2: Recall special properties of Crystal Filters and its applications
39 ALO 10.3.1-3: Describe Equalizers and its Classification
Introduction to Active Filters and its Types 16 ALO 10.4.1-1: Describe Active Filter
4 ALO 10.4.1-2: Differentiate between Active Filter and Passive Filter
49 ALO 10.4.1-3: Recall types of Active Filters: i. Low Pass and High Pass Active Filters
ii. Band-Pass and Band-Stop Filters iii. All-Pass Filter
Butterworth, Chebychev and Cauer Filters 29 ALO 10.4.2-1: Recall:
i. Butterworth Filter
ii. Chebyshev Filter iii. Elliptic or Cauer Filter

Session 1

Analog Circuits – Session 1
Session Topics : 12
Active Learning Outcomes : 33
Summary Quiz : 12
Video Play Time : ~7 Hours
Suggested Completion : 2 Topics Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Feedback Amplifier and its Types 23 ALO 7.1.1-1: List the drawbacks of Basic Amplifier
4 ALO 7.1.1-2: Describe the Structure of a Feedback Amplifier
4 ALO 7.1.1-3: Classify the Feedback Amplifier
22 ALO 7.1.1-4: Find the Open Loop Gain and Closed Loop Gain of a Feedback Amplifier
Negative Feedback Amplifier 3 ALO 7.1.2-1: Recall the Loop Gain in a Negative Feedback Amplifier
15 ALO 7.1.2-2: Discuss the Stability of Gain in case of a Negative Feedback Amplifier
4 ALO 7.1.2-3: List the Merits and Demerits of a Negative Feedback Amplifier
Effect of Negative Feedback on the parameters of an amplifier 5 ALO 7.1.3-1: Recall the effect of Negative Feedback on the Cut-off Frequencies of an Amplifier
2 ALO 7.1.3-2: Recall the effect of Negative Feedback on Harmonic distortion on an Amplifier
5 ALO 7.1.3-3: Describe the effect of Negative Feedback on Input and Output Impedance of an Amplifier
Current and Voltage Amplifier 8 ALO 7.2.1-1: Recall Current Amplifier
5 ALO 7.2.1-2: Recall Voltage Amplifier
3 ALO 7.2.1-3: Compare the Current Amplifier and the Voltage Amplifier
Series-series Feedback Amplifier 11 ALO 7.2.2.-1: Recall the types of Feedback Topologies
5 ALO 7.2.2-2: Describe the Series-Series Feedback connection
23 ALO 7.2.2-3 : Find the values of various parameters used in the Series-series Feedback Network
Series-shunt Feedback Amplifier 11 ALO 7.2.3-1: Recall the Series-Shunt Feedback Connection
23 ALO 7.2.3-2: Find the following parameters in the Series-Shunt Feedback Network: i. Input Resistance ii. Output Resistance iii. Voltage Gain iv. Feedback Ratio
Shunt-series Feedback Amplifier 5 ALO 7.2.4-1: Recall the Shunt-Series Feedback Connection
20 ALO 7.2.4-2: Find the following parameters in the Shunt-Series Feedback Network: i. Input Resistance ii. Output Resistance iii. Voltage Gain iv. Feedback Ratio
Shunt-shunt Feedback Amplifier 6 ALO 7.2.5-1: Recall the Shunt-Shunt Feedback Connection
18 ALO 7.2.5-2: Determine the following parameters in the Shunt-Shunt Feedback Network: i. Input Resistance ii. Output Resistance iii. Voltage Gain iv. Feedback Ratio
4 ALO 7.2.5-3: Identify the Topology of a Feedback Circuit
Concept of Oscillator 9 ALO 7.3.1-1: Recall the basic concept of Oscillator
13 ALO 7.3.1-2: Recall the condition for the Oscillation
5 ALO 7.3.1-3: Classify the Oscillator
LC Oscillator 14 ALO 7.3.2-1: Describe the LC Oscillator and its types
41 ALO 7.3.2-2: Describe the working of following Oscillators: i. Hartley Oscillator ii. Crystal Oscillator iii. Colpitts Oscillator iv. Clapp Oscillator
RC Oscillators 4 ALO 7.3.3-1: Recall RC Oscillator
52 ALO 7.3.3-2: Describe the following RC Phase-shift Oscillators: i. RC Phase-shift Oscillator using Op-Amp and FET
11 ALO 7.3.3-2: Describe the following RC Phase-shift Oscillators: ii. RC Phase-shift Oscillator using BJT
13 ALO 7.3.3-3: Describe Wein-bridge Oscillator
Special Oscillators 8 ALO 7.3.4-1: Describe the following Oscillators: i. Relaxation Oscillator ii. Tuned-based Oscillator iii. Blocking Oscillator 8 min

Session 2

Analog Circuits – Session 2
Session Topics : 7
Active Learning Outcomes : 17
Summary Quiz : 7
Video Play Time : ~4 Hours
Suggested Completion : 2 Topics Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
BJT Amplifier 23 ALO 8.1.1-1: Recall the BJT Amplifier
14 ALO 8.1.1-2: List the Models used for the analysis of BJT Amplifier
Hybrid Model of BJT 17 ALO 8.1.2-1: Recall the Hybrid Model of BJT
57 ALO 8.1.2-2:  Determine the parameters of BJT Amplifier using Hybrid Model
RC coupled Common-emitter BJT Amplifier 8 ALO 8.1.3-1: Relate h-parameters for CB, CE and CC Configurations
11 ALO 8.1.3-2: Describe the RC Coupled Common-Emitter Amplifier
12 ALO 8.1.3-3: Recall the procedure to analyze RC Coupled Common-Emitter Amplifier
Common-Emitter Amplifier with Bypass Capacitor 10 ALO 8.2.1-1: Recall Approximate h-parameter model of BJT Amplifier
10 ALO 8.2.1-2: Describe the approximate h-parameter Analysis of Common-Emitter Amplifier with Bypass Capacitor
23 ALO 8.2.1-3: Find the parameters of Common-Emitter Amplifier with Bypass Capacitor
Common-Base Amplifier 7 ALO 8.2.2-1: Describe the approximate h-parameter Analysis of Common-Base Amplifier
20 ALO 8.2.2-2: Find the parameters of Common-Base Amplifier
Common-Collector Amplifier 6 ALO 8.2.3-1: Describe the approximate h-parameter Analysis of Common-Collector Amplifier
15 ALO 8.2.3-2: Find the parameters of Common-Collector Amplifier
Common-Emitter Amplifier without Bypass Capacitor 8 ALO 8.2.4-1: Describe the approximate h-parameter Analysis of Common-Emitter Amplifier without Bypass Capacitor
13 ALO 8.2.4-2: Find the parameters of Common-Emitter Amplifier without Bypass Capacitor
4 ALO 8.2.4-3: Compare the Common-Emitter, Common-Base, and Common-Collector Amplifiers

Session 3

Analog Circuits – Session 3
Session Topics : 4
Active Learning Outcomes : 14
Summary Quiz : 4
Video Play Time : ~3 Hours
Suggested Completion : 1 Topic Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Miller Theorem 6 ALO 8.3.1-1: Describe the Miller Theorem
10 ALO 8.3.1-2: List the applications of Miller Theorem
π and T-Model of BJT Amplifier 6 ALO 8.3.2-1: Describe the Ï€ – Model of BJT Amplifier
21 ALO 8.3.2-2: Find the parameters of Ï€ – Model of BJT Amplifier
21 ALO 8.3.2-3: Derive the parameters of Common Emitter Amplifier using Ï€ – Model
10 ALO 8.3.2-4: Describe the T – Model of BJT Amplifier
Low Frequency Analysis of BJT Amplifier 5 ALO 8.4.1-1: Describe the effect of Capacitors in Low Frequency analysis of BJT
29 ALO 8.4.1-2: Calculate the Voltage Gain for CE Amplifier
7 ALO 8.4.1-3: Calculate the Lower cut-off Frequency
High Frequency Analysis of BJT Amplifier 9 ALO 8.4.2-1: Describe the High Frequency Ï€ – Model of BJT Amplifier
25 ALO 8.4.2-2: Determine the Short Circuit Current Gain
33 ALO 8.4.2-3: Calculate the Voltage Gain for CE Amplifier
10 ALO 8.4.2-4: Calculate the Higher cut-off Frequency
16 ALO 8.4.2-5: Describe the High Frequency T – Model of BJT Amplifier

Session 4

Analog Circuits – Session 4
Session Topics : 12
Active Learning Outcomes : 29
Summary Quiz : 12
Video Play Time : ~6 Hours
Suggested Completion : 2 Topics Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Structure of Op-Amp 8 ALO 9.1.1-1: Define Operational Amplifier
10 ALO 9.1.1-2: Describe the Structure of Op-Amp
Ideal Op-Amp 6 ALO 9.1.2-1:  Describe the Ideal Op-Amp
18 ALO 9.1.2-2: List the properties of Ideal Op-Amp
Important terms related to Op-Amp 8 ALO 9.1.3-1: Define the following terms used in Op-Amp: i. Input Bias Current ii. Input Offset Current iii. Output Bias Voltage iv. Output Offset Voltage
5 ALO 9.1.3-2: List the properties of Practical Op-Amp
Frequency Response and Transfer Characteristics of Op-Amp 15 ALO 9.1.4-1: Describe the Frequency Response of Op-Amp
23 ALO 9.1.4-2: Recall the Transfer Characteristics of Op-Amp
Open-Loop Operational Amplifier 4 ALO 9.2.1-1: Recall the Open-loop Operational Amplifier
6 ALO 9.2.1-2: Describe the Comparator Circuit using Open loop Operational Amplifier
9 ALO 9.2.1-3:  Describe the circuit of Zero Crossing Detector using Operational Amplifier
Schmitt Trigger 26 ALO 9.2.2-1: Describe the Schmitt Trigger Circuit using Op-Amp
10 ALO 9.2.2-2: Recall the term Hysteresis in Schmitt Triggers
Astable Multivibrator 14 ALO 9.2.3-1: Describe the Astable Multi-vibrator using Op-Amp
8 ALO 9.2.3-2: Generate the Square Wave using Astable Multi-vibrator
9 ALO 9.2.3-3: Calculate the Time Period of generated Square Wave
Monostable Multi-vibrator Circuit 19 ALO 9.2.4-1: Describe the Monostable Multi-vibrator Circuit using Op-Amp
9 ALO 9.2.4-2: Calcualte the Time duration of Quasi-Stable State
Inverting and Non-Inverting Amplifiers 22 ALO 9.3.1-1: Describe the Inverting Amplifier
12 ALO 9.3.1-2: Describe the Non-Inverting Amplifier
6 ALO 9.3.1-3: Recall the Voltage Follower Circuit of Op-Amp
Difference and Summing Amplifiers 27 ALO 9.3.2-1: Describe the Difference Amplifier
12 ALO 9.3.2-2: Describe the Summing Amplifier
Differentiator and Integrator 29 ALO 9.3.3-1: Describe the Differentiator Circuit of Operational Amplifier
23 ALO 9.3.3-2: Describe the Integrator Circuit of Operational Amplifier
12 ALO 9.3.3-3:  Recall the Bandpass Filter Circuit of Operational Amplifier
Log and Anti-log Amplifiers 11 ALO 9.3.4-1: Describe Logarithmic Circuit of Operational Amplifier
5 ALO 9.3.4-2: Describe Anti-log Circuit of Operational Amplifier
4 ALO 9.3.4-3: Recall the Analog Multiplier

Session 5

Analog Circuits – Session 5
Session Topics : 11
Active Learning Outcomes : 26
Summary Quiz : 11
Video Play Time : ~5 Hours
Suggested Completion : 2 Topics Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Instrumentation Amplifier 12 ALO 9.4.1-1:  Describe the circuit of Instrumentation Amplifier using Op-Amp
Precision Diode 11 ALO 9.4.2-1: Recall the Precision Diode
13 ALO 9.4.2-2: Describe the Precision Half-Wave Rectifier using Op-Amp
19 ALO 9.4.2-3: Describe the Precision Full-Wave Rectifier using Op-Amp
Effect of Input-bias Current 7 ALO 9.4.3-1: Describe the Effect of Input-bias Current in the Op-Amp
8 ALO 9.4.3-2: Recall the method to remove the Effect of Input-bias Current
Non-ideal Non-inverting Op-Amp 4 ALO 9.4.4-1: Recall the Non-ideal Non-inverting Op-Amp
6 ALO 9.4.4-2: Calculate the Closed-Loop Gain of Non-ideal Non-inverting Op-Amp
2 ALO 9.4.4-3: Recall the Input and Output Resistances of Non-ideal Non-inverting Op-Amp with Feedback
Non-ideal Inverting Op-Amp 3 ALO 9.4.5-1: Recall the Non-ideal Inverting Op-Amp
6 ALO 9.4.5-2: Determine the Closed-Loop Gain of a Non-ideal Inverting Op-Amp
4 ALO 9.4.5-3: Determine the Input and Output Resistances of a Non-ideal Inverting Op-Amp with Feedback
Converters using Op-Amp 26 ALO 9.5.1-1: Describe Voltage to Current conversion
4 ALO 9.5.1-2: Describe Current to Voltage conversion
5 ALO 9.5.1-3: Describe Scale Changer
General Considerations of Differential Amplifiers 13 ALO 9.6.1-1: Describe Differential Amplifiers
59 ALO 9.6.1-2: Derive the following parameters of a Differential Amplifier:Differential Voltage Gain,Differential Input Resistance, andDifferential Output Resistance
10 ALO 9.6.1-3: Describe the DC Analysis of Differential Amplifier using BJT
Common-Mode Rejection 11 ALO 9.6.2.1: Describe the concept of Common-Mode Input in Differential Amplifier using BJT
5 ALO 9.6.2-2: Describe the Common-Mode Rejection Ratio
Current Mirror Circuit 12 ALO 9.6.3-1: Recall the Current Mirror Circuit
4 ALO 9.6.3-2: Recall the advantages of Current Mirror Circuit
14 ALO 9.6.3-3: Describe the Widlar Current Mirror Circuit
Controllers using Op-Amp 26 ALO 9.7.1-1: Design Proportional, Integral and Derivative Controllers using Op-Amp
10 ALO 9.7.1-2: Design PID Controller using Op-Amp
Sample and Hold Circuit 12 ALO 9.8.1-1: Describe Sample and Hold Circuit using Op-Amp

Session 6

Analog Circuits – Session 6
Session Topics : 5
Active Learning Outcomes : 13
Summary Quiz : 5
Video Play Time : ~3 Hours
Suggested Completion : 1 Topic Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Introduction to Power Amplifiers 7 ALO 10.1.1-1: Describe Power Amplifier and differentiate between Voltage and Power Amplifiers
3 ALO 10.1.1-2: Describe the importance of Impedance Matching in Power Amplifiers
8 ALO 10.1.1-3: Recall the Figure of Merit and Conversion Efficiency of Power Amplifiers
Class A Power Amplifiers 9 ALO 10.1.2-1: Describe Class A Power Amplifier
47 ALO 10.1.2-2:  Describe the Transformerless Class A Power Amplifier
41 ALO 10.1.2-3: Describe the Transformer Coupled Class A Power Amplifier
Class B Power Amplifiers 10 ALO 10.1.3-1: Describe Class B Power Amplifier
43 ALO 10.1.3-2: Describe Class B Power Amplifier
16 ALO 10.1.3-3: Describe the Class B Transformerless Push-pull Amplifier
Class AB and C Power Amplifiers 8 ALO 10.2.1-1: Describe Class AB Power Amplifier
3 ALO 10.2.1-2: Describe Class C Power Amplifier
Class D and E Power Amplifiers 10 ALO 10.2.2-1: Describe Class D Power Amplifier
2 ALO 10.2.2-2: Describe Class E Power Amplifier

Session 7

Analog Circuits – Session 7
Session Topics : 7
Active Learning Outcomes : 16
Summary Quiz : 7
Video Play Time : ~4 Hours
Suggested Completion : 2 Topics Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Introduction to 555 Timer IC 22 ALO 11.1.1-1: Describe the internal diagram of 555 Timer IC
2 ALO 11.1.1-2: Recall the applications of 555 Timer IC
Monostable Multivibrator using 555 Timer IC 30 ALO 11.1.2-1: Describe the Pin diagram of Monostable Multivibrator using 555 Timer IC
11 ALO 11.1.2-2: Calculate the Pulse Width in Monostable Multivibrator
Astable Multivibrator using 555 Timer IC 15 ALO 11.1.3-1: Describe the Pin Diagram of Astable Multivibrator using 555 Timer IC
2 ALO 11.1.3-2: Generate Square Wave using Astable Multivibrator
16 ALO 11.1.3-3:  Calculate the Time period and Duty Cycle of Generated Square Wave
4 ALO 11.1.3-4: Generate Triangular Wave using Astable Multivibrator
Square Wave response of LPF 15 ALO 12.1.1-1: Describe LPF and determine its Cut-Off frequency
34 ALO 12.1.1-2: Calculate the Square wave response of LPF
Square Wave response of HPF 31 ALO 12.1.2-2: Calculate the Square wave response of HPF
Multistage Amplifiers – I 7 ALO 12.2.1-1: Define Multistage Amplifiers
9 ALO 12.2.1-2: Describe the Loading effect in Multistage Amplifiers
9 ALO 12.2.1-3: Describe the effect of Cut-off frequencies in Multistage Amplifiers
Multistage Amplifiers – II 23 ALO 12.2.2-1: Describe Darlington Pair and determine its parameters
18 ALO 12.2.2-2: Describe Cascode Pair and determine its parameters

Session 8

Analog Circuits – Session 8
Session Topics : 4
Active Learning Outcomes : 10
Summary Quiz : 4
Video Play Time : ~1 Hours
Suggested Completion : 1 Topic Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Voltage Regulators and Its Types 20 ALO 14.1.1-1: Describe Voltage Regulation using Series and Shunt Regulators
3 ALO 14.1.1-2: Describe characteristics of Voltage Regulators
4 ALO 14.1.1-3: List and describe various types of Voltage Regulators
Voltage Regulators ICs 8 ALO 14.1.2-1: Describe Three terminal Voltage Regulator ICs
3 ALO 14.1.2-2: Describe Fixed and Adjustable Voltage Regulator ICs
2 ALO 14.1.2-3: Recall Dual Power Supply
Switch Mode Power supply (SMPS) 13 ALO 14.2.1-1: Describe the types and block diagram of SMPS
4 ALO 14.2.1-2: Differentiate between Linear Power Supply and SMPS
Phase Locked Loop (PLL) 13 ALO 14.3.1-1: Describe block diagram and working of PLL
5 ALO 14.3.1-2: Describe the PLL IC 565

Session 9

Analog Circuits – Session 8
Session Topics : 4
Active Learning Outcomes : 10
Summary Quiz : 4
Video Play Time : ~1 Hours
Suggested Completion : 1 Topic Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Voltage Regulators and Its Types 20 ALO 14.1.1-1: Describe Voltage Regulation using Series and Shunt Regulators
3 ALO 14.1.1-2: Describe characteristics of Voltage Regulators
4 ALO 14.1.1-3: List and describe various types of Voltage Regulators
Voltage Regulators ICs 8 ALO 14.1.2-1: Describe Three terminal Voltage Regulator ICs
3 ALO 14.1.2-2: Describe Fixed and Adjustable Voltage Regulator ICs
2 ALO 14.1.2-3: Recall Dual Power Supply
Switch Mode Power supply (SMPS) 13 ALO 14.2.1-1: Describe the types and block diagram of SMPS
4 ALO 14.2.1-2: Differentiate between Linear Power Supply and SMPS
Phase Locked Loop (PLL) 13 ALO 14.3.1-1: Describe block diagram and working of PLL
5 ALO 14.3.1-2: Describe the PLL IC 565

Session 1

Electrical Machines – Session 1
Session Topics : 6
Active Learning Outcomes : 23
Knowledge Check Questions : #
Summary Quiz : 6
Summary Quiz Questions : #
Video Play Time : ~5 Hours
Suggested Completion : 1 Topic Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Elementary terms of Magnetic Circuits 23 ALO 1.1.1-1: Recall the terms: Magnet, Magnetic Field, Magnetic Lines of Forces, Magnetic Flux, and Magnetic Flux Density
24 ALO 1.1.1-2: Recall the terms: MMF, Magnetic Field Strength, Permeability, Reluctance, and Permeance
Magnetic Circuits 13 ALO 1.1.2-1: Describe Magnetic Circuits and their types
5 ALO 1.1.2-2: Recall the following terms i. Flux Fringing ii. Leakage Flux iii. Leakage Co-efficient
Laws of Electromagnetism-I 27 ALO 1.1.3-1A: Recall the following Laws/Rules: Ampere’s Circuital Law
21 ALO 1.1.3-1B: Recall the following Laws/Rules: Right-Hand Thumb Rule
25 ALO 1.1.3-1C: Recall the following Laws/Rules: Fleming’s Left-Hand Rule
Laws of Electromagnetism-II 43 ALO 1.1.4-1A: Recall the following Laws/Rules: Faraday’s Law of Electromagnetic Induction and Lenz’s Law
22 ALO 1.1.4-1B: Recall the following Laws/Rules: Fleming’s Right-Hand Rule
Electromechanical Energy Conversion-I 37 ALO 1.2.1-1: Recall the principle of Electromechanical Energy Conversion
19 ALO 1.2.1-2: Recall the concept of Energy and Co-energy
Electromechanical Energy Conversion-II 12 ALO 1.2.2-1: Describe the Magnetic Energy stored in Singly Excited Systems
28 ALO 1.2.2-2: Describe the Torque developed in Doubly Excited Systems

Session 2

Electrical Machines – Session 2
Session Topics : 7
Active Learning Outcomes : 17
Summary Quiz : 7
Video Play Time : ~8 Hours
Suggested Completion : 2 Topics Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Introduction and Working Principle of DC Machines 12 ALO 2.1.1-1: Define DC Machines
32 ALO 2.1.1-2A: Describe the Working Principle of DC Machines
24 ALO 2.1.1-2B: Describe the Working Principle of DC Machines
Construction of DC Machines 32 ALO 2.1.2-1: Describe the construction of DC Machine
44 ALO 2.1.2-2: Recall the type of winding used for designing Armature winding for DC Machine
Types of DC Machines 20 ALO 2.1.3-1: List the Types of DC Machines
33 ALO 2.1.3-2: Describe Separately Excited and Self Excited DC Machines
59 ALO 2.1.3-3: Recall the types of Self Excited DC Machines: Series, Shunt, and Compound
EMF and Torque Equations of DC Machines 28 ALO 2.1.4-1: Derive the EMF Equation of DC Machines
13 ALO 2.1.4-2: Derive the Torque Equation of DC Machines
Armature Reaction in DC Machines 17 ALO 2.2.1-1: Recall the Concepts of Geometrical Neutral Axis and Magnetic Neutral Axis
40 ALO 2.2.1-2: Describe Armature Reaction in DC Machines
16 ALO 2.2.1-3: Recall the Methods to limit the Effects of Armature Reaction
Commutation in DC Machines 26 ALO 2.2.2-1: Describe Commutation in DC Machines
27 ALO 2.2.2-2: Recall the Methods of Improving Commutation in DC Machines
Losses and Efficiency in DC Machines 16 ALO 2.2.3-1: Describe Losses in DC Machines
39 ALO 2.2.3-2: Recall the Efficiency in DC Machines

Session 3

Electrical Machines – Session 3
Session Topics : 8
Active Learning Outcomes : 15
Summary Quiz : 8
Video Play Time : ~6 Hours
Suggested Completion : 2 Topics Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Voltage Build-Up in DC Generators 20 ALO 2.3.1-1: Recall Voltage Build-Up in DC Series Generator
7 ALO 2.3.1-2: Recall Voltage Build-Up in DC Shunt Generator
8 ALO 2.3.1-4: Recall the Applications of DC Machines
Characteristics of DC Generators 12 ALO 2.3.2-1: Describe Open-Circuit Characteristics of DC Generators
35 ALO 2.3.2-2: Describe Internal and External Characteristics of DC Generators
Characteristics of DC Motors 72 ALO 2.4.1-1: Describe the Characteristics of DC Motors: Separately-Excited DC Motor and DC Shunt Motor,DC Series Motor, and DC Compound Motor
Braking of DC Motors 47 ALO 2.4.2-1: Describe the Braking of DC Motors a) Regenerative Braking b) Plugging Braking c) Dynamic Braking
Speed Control of DC Motors 12 ALO 2.4.3-1: Classify Speed Control of DC Motors
20 ALO 2.4.3-2: Recall the Speed Control of DC Shunt Motor
17 ALO 2.4.3-3: Recall the Speed Control of DC Series Motor
11 ALO 2.4.3-4: Describe the Ward-Leonard Systems for Speed Control
Testing of DC Machines 39 ALO 2.5.1-1: Describe the Testing of DC Machines: i. Swinburne’s Test ii. Retardation Test iii. Hopkinson’s Test iv. and Field’s Test
Starters of DC Machines 33 ALO 2.5.2-1: Describe Three Point Starter
8 ALO 2.5.2-2: Describe Four Point Starter
Parallel Operation of DC Machines 37 ALO 2.5.3-1: Describe the parallel operation of DC Generators a) DC Shunt Generator b) DC Series Generator d) DC Compound Generator

Session 4

Electrical Machines – Session 4
Session Topics : 3
Active Learning Outcomes : 8
Summary Quiz : 3
Video Play Time : ~4 Hours
Suggested Completion : 1 Topic Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Operating Principle and EMF equation of a Single- Phase Transformer 24 ALO 3.1.1-1: Define Transformer and explain the working principle of Single-Phase Transformer
8 ALO 3.1.1-2: Describe Ideal Transformer
25 ALO 3.1.1-3: Derive the EMF equation of Single-Phase Transformer
Equivalent Circuits and Phasor Diagrams of Single- Phase Transformer 70 ALO 3.1.2-1: Describe Equivalent Circuits and Phasor Diagrams of Single-Phase Transformer
45 ALO 3.1.2-2: Explain Approximate Equivalent Circuits referred to Primary and Secondary side of Single-Phase Transformer
Construction of a Single-Phase Transformer 5 ALO 3.1.3-1: Describe Power Transformer and Distribution Transformer
31 ALO 3.1.3-2: Describe the Core Types and Shell Type Transformer
34 ALO 3.1.3-3: Recall Cooling and Insulation in Transformer

Session 5

Electrical Machines – Session 5
Session Topics : 5
Active Learning Outcomes : 13
Summary Quiz : 5
Video Play Time : ~7 Hours
Suggested Completion : 1 Topic Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Per Unit Calculation and Voltage Regulation 33 ALO 3.2.1-1: Describe Per Unit Calculation in Transformers
44 ALO 3.2.1-2: Recall Voltage Regulation of a Single-Phase Transformer
20 ALO 3.2.1-3: Calculate the Approximated Voltage Regulation
26 ALO 3.2.1-4: Recall the necessary conditions for Maximum, Minimum, and Zero Voltage Regulation
Losses and Efficiency 40 ALO 3.2.2-1: Recall the Losses that occur in the Transformer
21 ALO 3.2.2-2: Describe the Efficiency of a Single-Phase Transformer
42 ALO 3.2.2-3: Recall the condition for Maximum Efficiency of Transformer
19 ALO 3.2.2-4: Describe All-Day Efficiency of Transformer
Testing of Single-Phase Transformer 19 ALO 3.2.3-1: Recall Open-Circuit Test of Single-Phase Transformer
18 ALO 3.2.3-2: Recall Short-Circuit Test of Single-Phase Transformer
Introduction to Autotransformer 35 ALO 3.3.1-1: Recall Autotransformer
27 ALO 3.3.1-2: Determine Percentage Copper Saving in Autotransformer
Conversion of a Two Winding Transformer into an Autotransformer 80 ALO 3.3.2-1: Convert a Two Winding Transformer into an Autotransformer

Session 6

Electrical Machines – Session 6
Session Topics : 6
Active Learning Outcomes : 11
Summary Quiz : 6
Video Play Time : ~4 Hours
Suggested Completion : 1 Topic Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Introduction to Three-Phase Transformer 15 ALO 4.1.1-1: Recall Three-Phase Transformer
9 ALO 4.1.1-2: Compare Three-Phase Transformer Bank and Three-Phase Transformer Unit
41 ALO 4.1.1-3: Recall Phasor Group and Connection of Three-Phase Transformer
3 Phase to 2 Phase, 6 Phase or 12 Phase Connections and their Applications
Open-delta and Tap Changer of Three-Phase Transformers 19 ALO 4.1.3-1: Describe Open-Delta Connection
20 ALO 4.1.3-2: Describe Scott Connection
21 ALO 4.1.3-3: Recall Tap Changer in Three-Phase Transformer
Testing of Three-Phase Transformers 28 ALO 4.2.1-1: Recall the Choice of Connections in Three-Phase Transformer
5 ALO 4.2.1-2: Recall Polarity Test of Single and Three-Phase Transformers
19 ALO 4.2.1-3: Recall Sumpner’s Test of Single and Three-Phase Transformers
Parallel Operations of Single and Three-Phase Transformers 23 ALO 4.2.2-1: Describe Parallel Operation of Transformers
63 ALO 4.2.2-2: Describe Parallel Operation of Transformers
Excitation Phenomenon and Harmonics in Transformers

Session 7

Electrical Machines – Session 7
Session Topics : 9
Active Learning Outcomes : 21
Summary Quiz : 9
Video Play Time : ~8 Hours
Suggested Completion : 2 Topics Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Principle of Operations and Types of Synchronous Machines 19 ALO 5.1.1-1: Recall the Synchronous Machines and Types of Synchronous Machines
49 ALO 5.1.1-2: Describe the working of Synchronous Generator
18 ALO 5.1.1-3: Describe the working of Synchronous Motor
Construction Features of Synchronous Machines 19 ALO 5.1.2-1: Describe the Construction of Synchronous Machines
35 ALO 5.1.2-2: Describe the Rotor Construction of Synchronous Machines
11 ALO 5.1.2-3: Recall the concept of Excitation System and Prime Mover of Synchronous Machines
Armature Reaction in Synchronous Machines 40 ALO 5.1.3-1: Recall the concept of Armature Reaction in Synchronous Machines
Equivalent Circuit and Phasor Diagram of Cylindrical Rotor Generator 15 ALO 5.1.4-1: Describe the Equivalent Circuit of Cylindrical Rotor Generator
12 ALO 5.1.4-2: Draw the Phasor Diagram of Cylindrical Rotor Generator
Tests on Synchronous Generators 36 ALO 5.2.1-1: Describe the various Tests performed on Synchronous Generator i. DC Resistance Test ii. Open-Circuit Test iii. Short-Circuit Test iv. Concept of Short-Circuit Ratio
Voltage Regulation of Synchronous Generators-I 20 ALO 5.2.2-1: List the methods to determine Voltage Regulation and explain the concept of Voltage Regulation
12 ALO 5.2.2-2: Explain the Voltage Regulation by EMF Method
11 ALO 5.2.2-3: Explain the Voltage Regulation by MMF Method
Voltage Regulation of Synchronous Generators-II 25 ALO 5.2.3-1: Recall the Concept of Zero Power Factor Characteristics or Potier Triangle Characteristics
11 ALO 5.2.3-2: Determine the Voltage Regulation by Zero Power Factor or Potier Triangle
9 ALO 5.2.3-3: Determine the Voltage Regulation by ASA (American Standards Association) Method
Parallel Operation of Synchronous Generators-I 7 ALO 5.2.4-1:Recall the conditions to be satisfied for Parallel operation of Synchronous Generators
16 ALO 5.2.4-2: Recall Advantages of Parallel operation of Synchronous Generators
18 ALO 5.2.4-3: Describe the methods of Synchronizing the Generators for Parallel Operation
Parallel Operation of Synchronous Generators-II 45 ALO 5.2.5-1: Recall the Synchronizing Power of i. Two identical machines on No-Load, floating with respect to each other ii. Machines connected to Infinite Bus
38 ALO 5.2.5-2: Recall the concept of two machines in Parallel Operation

Session 8

Electrical Machines – Session 8
Session Topics : 10
Active Learning Outcomes : 21
Summary Quiz : 10
Video Play Time : ~7 Hours
Suggested Completion : 2 Topics Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Two-Reaction Theory 19 ALO 6.1.1-1: Recall the Two-Reaction Theory of Salient-Pole Synchronous Machine
Power Flow Equation of Synchronous Machines 36 ALO 6.1.2-1: Describe the Power Flow Equation of Cylindrical-Rotor Synchronous Machines
31 ALO 6.1.2-2: Describe the Power Flow Equation of Salient- Pole Synchronous Machines
Operating Characteristics of Synchronous Machines 23 ALO 6.1.3-1: Recall the Effect of change in Excitation at Constant Load
Curves of Synchronous Machines 12 ALO 6.2.1-1: Recall and draw the V-Curve of Synchronous Machines
5 ALO 6.2.1-2: Recall and draw the Inverted V-Curve of Synchronous Machines
7 ALO 6.2.1-3: Recall and draw Compounding Curve of Synchronous Machines
Hunting and Damping 13 ALO 6.2.2-1: Recall Hunting phenomena in Synchronous Machines
7 ALO 6.2.2-2: Describe Damper windings in Synchronous Machines
Synchronous Condenser 29 ALO 6.2.3-1: Describe the Synchronous Condenser
2 ALO 6.2.3-2: Describe the Dual Purpose Synchronous Motor
7 ALO 6.2.3-3: Recall the different Torques in Synchronous Motor
Introduction and Working Principle Three-Phase Induction Motor 44 ALO 7.1.1-1: Describe the working principle of the Three-Phase Induction Motor
22 ALO 7.1.1-2: Recall the concept of Slip
Construction of Three-Phase Induction Motor 11 ALO 7.1.2-1: Describe the construction of Three-Phase Induction Motor
15 ALO 7.1.2-2: Compare Slip Ring and Squirrel Cage Induction Motor
Equivalent circuit and Power Flow Diagram of Three-Phase Induction Motor 26 ALO 7.1.3-1: Describe the Equivalent Circuit of Three-Phase Induction Motor
28 ALO 7.1.3-2: Draw the Power Flow Diagram of Three-Phase Induction Motor
Performance of Three-Phase Induction Motor 21 ALO 7.1.4-1: Derive the equation for Torque developed in Three-Phase Induction Motor
14 ALO 7.1.4-2: Describe the Torque Speed/Torque Slip Characteristics of a Three-Phase Induction Motor
35 ALO 7.1.4-3: Derive the expression for the Maximum or the Breakdown Torque

Session 9

Electrical Machines – Session 9
Session Topics : 9
Active Learning Outcomes : 16
Summary Quiz : 9
Video Play Time : ~5 Hours
Suggested Completion : 2 Topics Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Starting of a 3-φ Induction Motor 45 ALO 7.2.1-1: Recall the Starting of a 3-φ Squirrel-Cage Induction Motor a) Direct-on-line start b) Reduced voltage start c) Star-Delta Start
7 ALO 7.2.1-2: Recall the Starting of a 3-φ Slip-ring Induction Motor
Braking of a 3-φ Induction Motor 19 ALO 7.2.2-1: Describe the types of Braking of 3φ Induction Motor a) Regenerative Braking b) Plugging Braking c) Dynamic Braking
Speed Control of a 3-φ Induction Motor 61 ALO 7.2.3-1: Recall the Speed Control methods of a 3φ Induction Motor i. Pole Changing Method ii. Stator Voltage Control iii. Rotor Resistance Control iv. Slip Frequency Rotor Voltage Injection v. Line Frequency Control
vi. Cascade Control vii. Slip Energy Recovery
Losses and Efficiency in a Three-Phase Induction Motor 16 ALO 7.3.1-1: Recall the Losses in a Three-Phase Induction Motor
15 ALO 7.3.1-2: Recall the Efficiency in a Three-Phase Induction Motor
Tests of a Three-Phase Induction Motor 10 ALO 7.3.2-1: Recall No-Load Test in a Three-Phase Induction Motor
12 ALO 7.3.2-2: Recall Blocked Rotor Test in a Three-Phase Induction Motor
Circle Diagram and Applications of a Three-Phase Induction Motor 27 ALO 7.3.3-1: Recall the Circle Diagram of a Three-Phase Induction Motor
28 ALO 7.3.3-2: Construct the Circle Diagram of a Three-Phase Induction Motor
Induction Generator and its Applications 11 ALO 7.3.4-1: Describe the working of an Induction Generator
4 ALO 7.3.4-2: Recall the applications of an Induction Generator
Rotors in Three-Phase Induction Motors 12 ALO 7.4.1-1: Recall the Deep Bar Rotor in a Three-Phase Induction Motor
7 ALO 7.4.1-2: Recall the Double Cage Rotor in a Three-Phase Induction Motor
Cogging and Crawling in Three-Phase Induction Motors 9 ALO 7.4.2-1: Recall Cogging in a Three-Phase Induction Motor
16 ALO 7.4.2-2: Recall Crawling in a Three Phase Induction Motor

Session 10

Electrical Machines – Session 10
Session Topics : 16
Active Learning Outcomes : 44
Summary Quiz : 16
Video Play Time : ~7 Hours
Suggested Completion : 3 Topics Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Theory of Operation 14 ALO 8.1.1-1: Describe the Construction and Working of Single-Phase Induction Motor
16 ALO 8.1.1-2: Recall the Double Revolving Field Theory of a Single-Phase Induction Motor
12 ALO 8.1.1-3: Draw the Torque-Slip Characteristic of a Single-Phase Induction Motor
Equivalent Circuit of a Single-Phase Induction Motor 12 ALO 8.1.2-1: Describe the Equivalent Circuit of a Single-Phase Induction Motor
Tests of a Single-Phase Induction Motor 23 ALO 8.1.3-1: Recall the Tests of a Single-Phase Induction Motor i. DC Test ii. No-Load Test iii. Blocked Rotor Test
Split-Phase Induction Motor 13 ALO 8.2.1-1: List the Starting Methods of Single-Phase Induction Motor
9 ALO 8.2.1-2: Recall the Construction and Working of Split-Phase Induction Motor
7 ALO 8.2.1-3: Draw the Characteristics of Split-Phase Induction Motor
1 ALO 8.2.1-4: Recall the applications of Split-Phase Induction Motor
Capacitor-Start Induction Motor 7 ALO 8.2.2-1: Recall the Construction and Working of Capacitor-Start Induction Motor
5 ALO 8.2.2-2: Draw the Characteristics of Capacitor-Start Induction
1 ALO 8.2.2-3: Recall the applications of Capacitor-Start Induction Motor
Permanent-Split Capacitor Motor 4 ALO 8.2.3-1: Recall the Construction and Working of Permanent-Split Capacitor Motor
4 ALO 8.2.3-2: Draw the Characteristics of Permanent-Split Capacitor Motor
5 ALO 8.2.3-3: Recall the applications of Permanent-Split Capacitor Motor
Capacitor-Start Capacitor-Run Motor 8 ALO 8.2.4-1: Recall the Construction and Working of Capacitor-Start, Capacitor-Run Motor
5 ALO 8.2.4-2: Draw the Characteristics of Capacitor-Start, Capacitor-Run Motor
2 ALO 8.2.4-3: Recall the applications of Capacitor-Start, Capacitor-Run Motor
Shaded Pole Motor 19 ALO 8.2.5-1: Recall the Construction and Working of Shaded Pole Motor
5 ALO 8.2.5-2: Draw the Characteristics of Shaded Pole Motor
2 ALO 8.2.5-3: Recall the applications of Shaded Pole Motor
11 ALO 8.2.5-4: Compare the various types of Single-Phase Induction Motors
Single-Phase Synchronous Motor 29 ALO 9.1.1-1: Describe the following Single-Phase Synchronous Motors: Hysteresis Motor
20 ALO 9.1.1-1: Describe the following Single-Phase Synchronous Motors: Reluctance Motor
Permanent Magnet DC Motor 10 ALO 9.1.2-1: Recall the Types of Permanent Magnet Materials
21 ALO 9.1.2-2: Describe the Permanent Magnet DC(PMDC) Motor
15 ALO 9.1.2-3: Describe the Brushless PMDC Motor
Stepper Motor 12 ALO 9.1.3-1: Recall Stepper Motor
45 ALO 9.1.3-2: Describe the following Stepper Motors i. Variable Reluctance Stepper Motor ii. Permanent Magnet Stepper Motor iii. Hybrid Stepper Motor
Repulsion Motor 16 ALO 9.2.1-1: Describe the working of Repulsion Motor
2 ALO 9.2.1-2: Describe the characteristics of Repulsion Motor
1 ALO 9.2.1-3: Recall the disadvantages of Repulsion Motor
Linear Induction Motor (LIM) 8 ALO 9.2.2-1: Describe the working of Linear Induction Motor
6 ALO 9.2.2-2: Describe the performance of Linear Induction Motor
2 ALO 9.2.2-3: Recall the applications of Linear Induction Motor
Servomotor 4 ALO 9.2.3-1: Recall Servomotors
4 ALO 9.2.3-2: Describe DC Servomotors
4 ALO 9.2.3-3: Describe AC Servomotors
AC Series/Universal Motor 11 ALO 9.2.4-1: Recall Principle of operation of the AC Series/Universal Motor
2 ALO 9.2.4-2: Describe Speed-Torque Characteristic of the AC Series/Universal Motor
1 ALO 9.2.4-3: Recall Applications of the AC Series/Universal Motor
PCB Motors 6 ALO 9.2.5-1: Describe the working of the PCB Motors
6 ALO 9.2.5-2: Recall advantages of the PCB Motors
2 ALO 9.2.5-3: Recall applications of the PCB Motors

Session 1

Electrical Measurements and Measuring Instruments – Session 1
Session Topics : 9
Active Learning Outcomes : 22
Summary Quiz : 9
Video Play Time : ~8 Hours
Suggested Completion : 2 Topics Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Electrical Measurements 15 ALO 1.1.1-1: Define the term Measurement
17 ALO 1.1.1-2: Recall the Significance of Measurement
11 ALO 1.1.1-3: Recall the Methods of Measurement
Measuring Instruments-I 37 ALO 1.1.2-1: Recall types and functions of the Instruments
7 ALO 1.1.2-2: Describe the Measurement System Performance
37 ALO 1.1.2-3: Define the following terms in Measuring Instruments: Accuracy, Precision, Calibration, Repeatability, Scale Range, Scale Span, Linearity and Hysteresis
Measuring Instruments-II 32 ALO 1.1.3-1: Define the following terms used in Measuring Instruments: Dead Time, Dead Zone, Resolution, Threshold, Sensitivity, and Loading Effect
Errors in Measurement 5 ALO 1.2.1-1: Recall the Errors
18 ALO 1.2.1-2: Define the following terms: True Value, Limiting Error, and Absolute Error
13 ALO 1.2.1-3: Recall the types of Errors
49 ALO 1.2.1-4: Recall the combination of quantities with Limiting Errors
Statistics in Measurement 23 ALO 1.2.2-1: Recall the following terms used in the Measurement: Arithmetic Mean, Deviation from the mean, Average Deviation, Standard Deviation, and Variance
Units, Dimensions, and Standards 13 ALO 1.2.3-1: Recall Units and Type of Units
28 ALO 1.2.3-2: Recall Dimensions and derive Dimensions of Electrical Quantities
27 ALO 1.2.3-3: Define and classify Unit Standards
Measuring Instruments 46 ALO 2.1.1-1: Recall the following types of Instruments: Measuring Instruments, Secondary Instruments, and Deflection Type Instruments
Basics of Deflection Type Instruments 35 ALO 2.1.2-1: Determine the Torques acting in a Deflection Type Instrument
34 ALO 2.1.2-2: Recall the Types of Damping in the Deflection Type Instruments
Constructional Details of Deflection type Instruments 9 ALO 2.1.3-1: Recall Moving Systems
14 ALO 2.1.3-2: Describe the Types of Supports
9 ALO 2.1.3-3: Describe the Balancing Systems and Torque/Weight Ratio
14 ALO 2.1.3-4: Recall Control Systems

Session 2

Electrical Measurements and Measuring Instruments – Session 2
Session Topics : 3
Active Learning Outcomes : 11
Summary Quiz : 3
Video Play Time : ~3 Hours
Suggested Completion : 1 Topic Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Permanent Magnet Moving Coil Instruments 23 ALO 2.2.1-1: Describe the construction and working principle of PMMC Instruments
19 ALO 2.2.1-2: Derive Torque Equation of PMMC Instruments
19 ALO 2.2.1-3: Recall the Advantages, Disadvantages and Applications of PMMC Instruments
13 ALO 2.2.1-4: Recall the Errors in PMMC Instruments
Basic DC Ammeters 31 ALO 2.2.2-1: Recall the Range extension of DC Ammeters
10 ALO 2.2.2-2: Recall the Effect of temperature change in Ammeter
8 ALO 2.2.2-3: Describe Multirange Ammeters
Basic DC Voltmeters 18 ALO 2.2.3-1: Recall the range extension of DC Voltmeters
9 ALO 2.2.3-2: Describe Multirange Voltmeters
20 ALO 2.2.3-3: Recall the sensitivity of Voltmeters
8 ALO 2.2.3-4: Recall the Loading Effect of Voltmeters

Session 3

Electrical Measurements and Measuring Instruments – Session 3
Session Topics : 6
Active Learning Outcomes : 17
Summary Quiz : 6
Video Play Time : ~3 Hours
Suggested Completion : 1 Topic Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Rectifier Type Instruments
Moving Iron Instruments 13 ALO 2.3.2-1: Recall the construction and working principle of Moving Iron Instruments
24 ALO 2.3.2-2: Derive Torque Equation of Moving Iron Instruments
32 ALO 2.3.2-3: Recall the Advantages, Disadvantages and Errors in Moving Iron Instruments
Electrodynamometer Type Instruments 8 ALO 2.3.3-1: Recall Electrodynamometer Type Instruments
7 ALO 2.3.3-2: Describe the working principle of Electrodynamometer Type Instruments
36 ALO 2.3.3-3: Derive Torque Equation of Electrodynamometer Type Instruments
6 ALO 2.3.3-4: Recall the Advantages and Disadvantages of Electrodynamometer Type Instruments
Electrothermic Instruments 8 ALO 2.4.1-1: Recall Electrothermic Instruments
7 ALO 2.4.1-2: Describe the Working Principle of Hot Wire Instruments
4 ALO 2.4.1-3: Recall the Advantages and Disadvantages of Hot Wire Instruments
11 ALO 2.4.1-4: Recall the Working Principle of Thermocouple Type Instruments
Electrostatic Instruments 6 ALO 2.4.2-1: Describe the Working Principle of Electrostatic Instruments
15 ALO 2.4.2-2: Derive the Torque Equation of Electrostatic Instruments
4 ALO 2.4.2-3: Recall the Advantages and Disadvantages of Electrostatic Instruments
Induction Instruments 12 ALO 2.4.3-1: Describe the Working Principle of Induction Instruments
13 ALO 2.4.3-2: Derive the Torque Equation of Induction Instruments
4 ALO 2.4.3-3: Recall the Advantages and Disadvantages of Induction Instruments

Session 4

Electrical Measurements and Measuring Instruments – Session 4
Session Topics : 6
Active Learning Outcomes : 15
Summary Quiz : 6
Video Play Time : ~5 Hours
Suggested Completion : 1 Topic Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Induction Type Energy Meter 17 ALO 3.1.1-1: Define the term Energy
13 ALO 3.1.1-2: Describe the construction of Induction Type Energy Meter
17 ALO 3.1.1-3: Recall the principle of operation of Induction Type Energy Meter
17 ALO 3.1.1-4: Draw the Phasor Diagram of Induction Type Energy Meter
Torque Produced in Induction Type Energy Meter 17 ALO 3.1.2-1: Recall the deflection Torque in the Induction Type Energy Meter
10 ALO 3.1.2-2: Recall the Breaking Torque in the Induction Type Energy Meter
Meter Constant, Creeping & Phantom Loading of Induction Type Energy Meter 38 ALO 3.1.3-1: Recall the following in Induction Type Energy Meter: Energy Meter Constant, Creeping, and Phantom Loading
EDM Type Wattmeter 26 ALO 3.2.1-1: Recall the need of Wattmeter
9 ALO 3.2.1-2: Recall Electrodynamometer Type Wattmeter
14 ALO 3.2.1-3: Derive the Torque Equation of EDM Type Wattmeter
49 ALO 3.2.1-4: Recall Errors in EDM Type Wattmeter
Methods used for the measurement of Power in 3-φ Circuits 5 ALO 3.2.2-1: Recall the methods used for Power Measurement in 3-φ Circuits
11 ALO 3.2.2-2: Recall the Single Wattmeter Method for Power Measurement in 3-φ Circuits
Three and Two Wattmeter Method for Power Measurement in 3-φ Circuits 7 ALO 3.2.3-1: Recall the Three Wattmeter Method for the Power Measurement in 3-φ Circuits
53 ALO 3.2.3-2: Recall the Two Wattmeter Methods for the Power Measurement in 3-φ Circuits: Star-Connected Method and Unbalanced Method

Session 5

Electrical Measurements and Measuring Instruments – Session 5
Session Topics : 4
Active Learning Outcomes : 8
Summary Quiz : 4
Video Play Time : ~4 Hours
Suggested Completion : 1 Topic Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Introduction to Resistances 13 ALO 3.3.1-1: Define and classify Resistance
26 ALO 3.3.1-2: Recall the factors affecting the value of Resistance
13 ALO 3.3.1-3 Recall the methods of measuring Resistances
Measurement of Medium Resistances 58 ALO 3.3.2-1A: Recall the following methods of measuring Medium Resistances: V-I Method
42 ALO 3.3.2-1B: Recall the following methods of measuring Medium Resistances: Substitution Method, Wheatstone’s Bridge Method, and Ohmmeter Method
4 ALO 3.3.2-2: Recall Multimeters
Measurement of Low Resistances 27 ALO 3.3.3-1: Recall the following methods to measure Low Resistances: Kelvin’s Double Bridge Method and Potentiometer Method
Measurement of High Resistance 62 ALO 3.3.4-1:  Recall the following methods to measure High Resistances: Loss of Charge Method, Megger, Direct Deflection Method, and Mega-Ohm Bridge Method

Session 6

Electrical Measurements and Measuring Instruments – Session 6
Session Topics : 5
Active Learning Outcomes : 16
Summary Quiz : 5
Video Play Time : ~2 Hours
Suggested Completion : 1 Topic Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Introduction to Instrument Transformers 11 ALO 4.1.1-1: Recall the Instrument Transformers
5 ALO 4.1.1-2: Classify the Instrument Transformers
4 ALO 4.1.1-3: List the Advantages of Instrument Transformers
Current Transformers-I 23 ALO 4.1.2-1: Describe the Construction and the Working Principle of Current Transformers
6 ALO 4.1.2-2: Recall the Core Construction of Current Transformers
7 ALO 4.1.2-3: Recall the Effects of Open Circuited Secondary of Current Transformers
Current Transformers-II 9 ALO 4.2.1-1: Recall the Equivalent Circuit of Current Transformers
7 ALO 4.2.1-2: Draw the Phasor Diagram of Current Transformers
15 ALO 4.2.1-3 Recall the Errors in Current Transformers
Potential Transformers-I 20 ALO 4.2.2-1: Describe the Construction and the Working Principle of Potential Transformers
9 ALO 4.2.2-2: Recall the Equivalent Circuit and draw the Phasor Diagram of Potential Transformers
3 ALO 4.2.2-3: Recall the Errors in Potential Transformers
Important Factors in Instrument Transformers 9 ALO 4.2.3-1: Recall the Ratios of Instrument Transformers
2 ALO 4.2.3-2: Recall the Ratio Correction Factor of Instrument Transformer
2 ALO 4.2.3-3: Describe the Burden of an Instrument Transformer
4 ALO 4.2.3-4: Recall the Wilson’s Compensation Method

Session 7

Electrical Measurements and Measuring Instruments – Session 7
Session Topics : 5
Active Learning Outcomes : 13
Summary Quiz : 5
Video Play Time : ~5 Hours
Suggested Completion : 1 Topic Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Introduction to AC Bridges 36 ALO 5.1.1-1: Recall AC Bridges and types of AC Bridges used for the Measurement of Parameters
4 ALO 5.1.1-2: Recall the types of Detectors used in AC Bridges
18 ALO 5.1.1-3: Derive the general equation for Bridge Balance
Measurement of Inductances 55 ALO 5.1.2-1A: Describe the following Bridges for the measurement of Inductances:Maxwell’s Bridge andHay’s Bridge
42 ALO 5.1.2-1B: Describe the following Bridges for the measurement of Inductances:Anderson’s Bridge andOwen’s Bridge
Measurement of Capacitances 17 ALO 5.2.1-1: Recall the Dissipation Factor in Capacitance
16 ALO 5.2.1-2: Describe De-Sauty Bridge
14 ALO 5.2.1-3: Describe Schering Bridge
Measurement of Frequency 15 ALO 5.2.2-1: Describe Wein’s Bridge
2 ALO 5.2.2-2: Recall the Applications of Wein’s Bridge
3 ALO 5.2.2-3: Recall the Limitations of Wein’s Bridge
Measurement of Mutual Inductances 55 ALO 5.2.3-1: Describe the following Bridges for the Measurement of Inductances:
i. Maxwell’s Bridge ii. Hay’s Bridge
42 ALO 5.2.3-2: Describe the following Bridges for the Measurement of Inductances: iii. Anderson’s Bridge iv. Owen’s Bridge

Session 8

Electrical Measurements and Measuring Instruments – Session 8
Session Topics : 11
Active Learning Outcomes : 16
Summary Quiz : 11
Video Play Time : ~6 Hours
Suggested Completion : 2 Topics Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Introduction to Transducers 15 ALO 6.1.1-1: Define Transducers
3 ALO 6.1.1-2: Recall the Advantages of Transducers
22 ALO 6.1.1-3: Classify Transducers
5 ALO 6.1.1-4: Recall Inverse Transducers
Measurement of Displacement 48 ALO 6.1.2-1: Describe the Construction and Working of following Transducers: Potentiometer, Linear Variable Differential Transformer(LVDT), and Hall-Effect Transducers
Strain Gauge, Piezo-Electric and Photo-Voltaic Transducers 16 ALO 6.1.3-1: Recall Strain Gauge and its Types
18 ALO 6.1.3-2:  Recall the important terms related to Strain Gauge
27 ALO 6.1.3-3: Describe the following:Load Cells,Piezo-Electric Transducers, andPhotovoltaic Transducers
Measurement of Temperature 47 ALO 6.1.4-1: Describe the following Temperature Measuring Transducers: Resistance Thermometer (RTD), Thermocouple,Thermistor,Pyrometer, and Bimetallic Strip
Measurement of Low Pressure 28 ALO 6.2.1-1: Describe the following Low Pressure Measuring Transducers: Pirani Gauge, Ionization Vacuum Gauge, Thermistor Gauge, Thermocouple Gauge, and Mc-Leod Gauge
Mechanical Devices for Measuring Pressure 13 ALO 6.2.2-1: Recall the following Mechanical Devices for Measuring Pressure: Bourdon Tubes,Bellows, and Diaphragms
Measurement of High Pressure 64 ALO 6.2.3-1: Recall the Following Methods of measuring High Resistances:
i. Loss of Charge Method
ii. Megger
iii. Direct Deflection Method
iv. Mega-Ohm Bridge Method
Measurement of Flow 19 ALO 6.2.4-1: Recall the following Transducer for the measurement of Flow: Turbine Flow Meter,Hotwire Anemometer, Thermistor Flow Meter,Electromagnetic Flow Meter, andUltrasonic Flow Meter
Measurement of Angular Speed 20 ALO 6.3.1-1: Describe the following Transducers for the Measurement of Angular Speed: Tacho-generator,Magnetic Pick-up,Photoelectric Tachometer, andStroboscope
Measurement of Angular Displacement 9 ALO 6.3.2-1: Recall Synchros
Measurement of Humidity 6 ALO 6.3.3-1: Recall Hygrometers

Session 9

Electrical Measurements and Measuring Instruments – Session 9
Session Topics : 7
Active Learning Outcomes : 14
Summary Quiz : 7
Video Play Time : ~5 Hours
Suggested Completion : 2 Topics Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Introduction to Cathode Ray Oscilloscope(CRO) 16 ALO 7.1.1-1: Recall Cathode Ray Oscilloscope(CRO) and the advantages of CRO
9 ALO 7.1.1-2: Define Graticule
20 ALO 7.1.1-3: Describe the principle of Operation and various parts of Cathode Ray Tube(CRT)
31 ALO 7.1.1-4: Derive the expression for Deflection Sensitivity of CRO
Lissajous Pattern 7 ALO 7.1.2-1: Recall Parallax Errors
3 ALO 7.1.2-2: Relate the Bandwidth and Rise-Time of a Response
7 ALO 7.1.2-3: Describe Lissajous Pattern
25 ALO 7.1.2-4: Recall Lissajous Pattern for different type of Inputs
38 ALO 7.1.2-5: Calculate the Frequency and Phase Angle from the Lissajous Pattern
Special CROs 18 ALO 7.1.3-1: Recall Special CROs: Multi-Input CROs and their types,Sampling CRO, and Storage CRO
Introduction to Signal & Function Generators
Sweep Frequency Generator 29 ALO 7.2.2-1: Describe the working and function of Sweep Frequency Generator
5 ALO 7.2.2-2: Recall the Sweep Errors
Pulse and Square Wave Generator 72 ALO 7.2.3-1: Describe the working and function of Pulse and Square Wave Generator
3 ALO 7.2.3-2: Recall the Application areas of Pulse and Square Wave Generator
Audio Frequency and Radio Frequency Signal Generator