Core2Learn Electronics and Communications Engineering
The Core2Learn program for Electronics and Communications 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 366 Topics, excluding Outcome Review videos, in this step. Upon completion, each student will attain 1000+ Active Learning Outcomes, and attempt 4000+ Knowledge Check Questions and 1800+ Summary Quiz questions to verify this attainment. In addition, they will submit 53 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

Analog and Digital Communication Systems – Session 1
Session Topics : 9
Active Learning Outcomes : 24
Summary Quiz : 9
Video Play Time : ~8 Hours
Suggested Completion : 2 Topics Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Communication System and Types of Electronic Communications 27 ALO 1.1.1-1: Describe Block Diagram of Communication System
8 ALO 1.1.1-2: Recall the Types of Electronic Communication System
Basics of Fourier Transform and Need for Modulation and Demodulation 36 ALO 1.1.2-1: Recall the Basics of Fourier Transform
27 ALO 1.1.2-2: Recall the Need for Modulation and Demodulation in the Communication System
Concept of Bandwidth and Communication Channels 28 ALO 1.1.3-1: Recall Electromagnetic Spectrum and the Concept of Bandwidth
9 ALO 1.1.3-2: List Communication Channels
4 ALO 1.1.3-3 : Differentiate between Baseband and Passband Signals
Types of Modulation 22 ALO 1.1.4-1: Recall Types of Modulation
Introduction to Amplitude Modulation 15 ALO 1.2.1-1: Recall Amplitude Modulation and its Wave Expression
15 ALO 1.2.1-2: Describe the Spectrum and Bandwidth of AM Wave
9 ALO 1.2.1-3: Calculate the Power Content in AM wave
Single-Tone Amplitude Modulation 10 ALO 1.2.2-1: Describe Single-Tone Amplitude Modulation ALO 1.2.2-2: Recall Modulation Index of a Single-Tone AM Signal
8 ALO 1.2.2-3: Describe the Bandwidth and Spectrum for Single-Tone Amplitude Modulation
15 ALO 1.2.2-4: Describe the Power and Transmission Efficiency of a Single-Tone AM Signal
40 ALO 1.2.2-5: Derive Current and Voltage expressions for Single-Tone Amplitude Modulation
Multi-Tone Modulation 5 ALO 1.2.3-1: Describe Multi-Tone Amplitude Modulation
7 ALO 1.2.3-2: Recall Modulation Index for Multi-Tone Amplitude Modulation
10 ALO 1.2.3-3: Describe the Bandwidth and Spectrum of Multi-Tone AM Signal
6 ALO 1.2.3-4: Describe the Power and Transmission Efficiency of Multi-Tone AM Signal
11 ALO 1.2.3-5: Derive Current and Voltage expressions for Multi-Tone Amplitude Modulation
Generation of AM-Wave 48 ALO 1.2.4-1: Describe the Method of AM Generation
Demodulation of AM-Waves 34 ALO 1.2.5-1: Recall Demodulation of Amplitude Modulated Signal ALO 1.2.5-2: Describe Square Law Detector
36 ALO 1.2.5-3: Describe Envelope and Diode Detector
29 ALO 1.2.5-4: Describe Synchronous Detector

Session 2

Analog and Digital Communication Systems – Session 2
Session Topics : 9
Active Learning Outcomes : 22
Summary Quiz : 9
Video Play Time : ~6 Hours
Suggested Completion : 2 Topics Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Double Sideband Supressed Carrier System 14 ALO 1.3.1-1: Recall Double Sideband-Suppressed Carrier (DSB-SC) System
ALO 1.3.1-2: Describe Transmission Bandwidth of a DSB-SC Signal and Power Content in DSB-SC Signal
Single-Tone and Multi-Tone DSB-SC Signal 5 ALO 1.3.2-1: Describe Single-Tone DSB-SC Signal
16 ALO 1.3.2-2: Determine Modulation Index, Bandwidth and Power of a Single-Tone DSB-SC Signal
4 ALO 1.3.2-3: Describe Multi-Tone DSB-SC Signal
10 ALO 1.3.2-4: Determine Modulation Index, Bandwidth and Power of Multi-Tone DSB-SC Signal
Generation and Demodulation of DSB-SC Signal 10 ALO 1.3.3-1: Describe DSB-SC Signal Generation using Balanced Modulator
21 ALO 1.3.3-2: Describe DSB-SC Signal Generation using Ring Modulator
13 ALO 1.3.3-3: Recall Coherent-Detector for demodulation of DSB-SC Signal
Application and Advantage of DSB-SC 20 ALO 1.3.4-1: Recall application of DSB-SC Signal (Quadrature Amplitude Modulation)
6 ALO 1.3.4-2: Recall Advantages and Disadvantages of DSB-SC Signal
Single Sideband Supressed Carrier System 18 ALO 1.4.1-1: Recall Single Sideband-Suppressed Carrier (SSB-SC) System
12 ALO 1.4.1-2: Determine Transmission Bandwidth of a SSBSC Signal and Power Content in SSB-SC Signal
Generation and Demodulation of SSB-SC Signal 13 ALO 1.4.2-1: Describe Frequency Discrimination Method for SSB-SC generation
19 ALO 1.4.2-2: Describe Phase Discrimination Method for SSB-SC generation
23 ALO 1.4.2-3: Recall Demodulation of SSB-SC Signals
Advantages, Limitations and Applications of SSB-SC Signal 8 ALO 1.4.3-1: Recall Advantages and Limitations of SSB-SC Signal
25 ALO 1.4.3-2: Recall the Applications of SSB-SC Signal
Vestigial Sideband Systems 25 ALO 1.4.4-1: Recall Vestigial Sideband Modulation (VSB) Systems
8 ALO 1.4.4-2: Describe Generation of VSB Signals
30 ALO 1.4.4-3: Describe Demodulation of VSB Signals
Frequency division multiplexing and Comparison of various AM systems 47 ALO 1.4.5-1: Describe Frequency Division Multiplexing
15 ALO 1.4.5-2: Compare various AM Systems

Session 3

Analog and Digital Communication Systems – Session 3
Session Topics : 11
Active Learning Outcomes : 27
Summary Quiz : 11
Video Play Time : ~7 Hours
Suggested Completion : 2 Topics Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Concept of Angle Modulation 7 ALO 2.1.1-1: Recall the Concept of Angle Modulation
7 ALO 2.1.1-2: Describe the Frequency Modulation and Phase Modulation
22 ALO 2.1.1-3: Determine the expression for Frequency Modulation
20 ALO 2.1.1-4: Recall Single-Tone Frequency Modulation
Narrowband Frequency Modulation 12 ALO 2.1.2-1: Recall the Narrowband Frequency Modulation
6 ALO 2.1.2-2: Describe the Transmission Bandwidth of Narrowband FM Signals
10 ALO 2.1.2-3: Describe the Power Content in Narrowband FM signals
Wideband Frequency Modulation 37 ALO 2.1.3-1: Recall the Wideband Frequency Modulation
26 ALO 2.1.3-2: Describe the Transmission Bandwidth of Wideband FM Signals
27 ALO 2.1.3-3: Describe the Power Content in Wideband FM Signals
Generation of FM Signals 14 ALO 2.2.1-1: Describe the generation of FM Signals using Direct Method
2 ALO 2.2.1-2: Recall the Drawbacks of Direct Method for FM Generation
9 ALO 2.2.1-3: Describe the Indirect Method or Armstrong Method of FM Generation
Demodulation of FM signals using Balanced slope detector 28 ALO 2.2.2-1: Describe the Demodulation of FM Signals using Balanced-Slope Detector
Demodulation of FM signals using Phase Locked Loop Detector 62 ALO 2.2.3-1: Describe Demodulation of FM Signals using Phase-Locked Loop (PLL) Detector
Demodulation of FM Signals by other methods 21 ALO 2.2.4-1: Describe Demodulation of FM Signals using Phase Difference Detectors: Foster-Seeley Detector and Ratio Detector
3 ALO 2.2.4-2: Recall Demodulation of FM Signals using Phase Shift Detector (Quadrature Detector)
3 ALO 2.2.4-3: Recall Demodulation of FM Signals using Zero Cross Detector
Phase Modulation 6 ALO 2.3.1-1: Recall Phase Modulation
11 ALO 2.3.1-2: Describe Modulation Index, Power and Bandwidth of Phase Modulated Signal
Generation of FM using PM and vice-versa 10 ALO 2.3.2-1: Generate Frequency Modulated Signal from Phase Modulator
5 ALO 2.3.2-2: Generate Phase Modulated Signal from Frequency Modulator
16 ALO 2.3.2-3: Describe Maximum Frequency Deviation of Phase Modulated Wave
7 ALO 2.3.2-4: Describe Maximum Phase Deviation of Frequency Modulated Wave
Phasor Representation AM and FM Waves 6 ALO 2.3.3-1: Show the Phasor Representation of Amplitude Modulated Signal
6 ALO 2.3.3-2: Show the Phasor Representation of Frequency Modulated Signal
Comparison of AM, FM and PM 17 ALO 2.3.4-1: Compare Amplitude Modulation, Frequency Modulation and Phase Modulation

Session 4

Analog and Digital Communication Systems – Session 4
Session Topics : 6
Active Learning Outcomes : 16
Summary Quiz : 6
Video Play Time : ~5 Hours
Suggested Completion : 1 Topic Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
AM Transmitters 3 ALO 3.1.1-1: Recall AM Transmitter
11 ALO 3.1.1-2: Describe Block Diagram of Radio Transmitter
9 ALO 3.1.1-3: Show the Effect of Feedback on operation of Transmitter
Classification and Characteristics of AM Receivers 5 ALO 3.1.2-1: Recall AM Receiver
2 ALO 3.1.2-2: Classify AM Receivers
19 ALO 3.1.2-3: Recall the Characteristics of AM Receivers: Sensitivity, Selectivity, and Fidelity
Tuned Radio Frequency (TRF) 31 ALO 3.1.3-1: Describe Tuned Radio Frequency Receiver ALO 3.1.3-2: Recall the Limitations of Tuned Frequency Receiver
Superheterodyne Receiver 8 ALO 3.1.4-1: Describe Block Diagram of Superheterodyne Receiver
5 ALO 3.1.4-2: Recall Intermediate Frequency and Local Oscillator
17 ALO 3.1.4-3: Describe Tracking or Tuning of Superheterodyne Receiver
41 ALO 3.1.4-4: Recall Image Frequency and its Rejection
FM Transmitter and Receiver 20 ALO 3.2.1-1: Describe the Block Diagram of FM Transmitter ALO 3.2.1-3: Recall Pre-emphasis and De-emphasis in FM Transmitter and Receiver
19 ALO 3.2.1-2: Describe the Block Diagram of FM Receiver ALO 3.2.1-3: Recall Pre-emphasis and De-emphasis in FM Transmitter and Receiver
AM and FM Receivers 21 ALO 3.2.2-1: Recall Automatic Gain Control, its types and characteristics
22 ALO 3.2.2-2: Recall Double Spotting and Dynamic Range
43 ALO 3.2.2-3:  Describe FM Stereo Transmitter and Receiver

Session 5

Analog and Digital Communication Systems – Session 5
Session Topics : 7
Active Learning Outcomes : 25
Summary Quiz : 7
Video Play Time : ~5 Hours
Suggested Completion : 2 Topics Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Introduction to Noise, Sources and Types of Noise 24 ALO 4.1.1-1: Recall Noise and its Types ALO 4.1.1-2: Identify Sources of Noise
5 ALO 4.1.1-3: Define dB in Communications Systems
Noise Analysis 33 ALO 4.1.2-1: Recall Power Spectral Density of White Noise affecting: Message Signal and AM Signal and DSB-SC and SSB-SC Signal
13 ALO 4.1.2-2: Describe Mathematical representation of Noise and Narrowband Noise
12 ALO 4.1.2-3: Describe Power Spectral Density of In-phase component of noise affecting different Modulated Signals
Noise Measurement 7 ALO 4.1.3-1: Describe Noise Figure and Noise Factor
5 ALO 4.1.3-2: Describe Noise Figure Measurement
3 ALO 4.1.3-3: Recall Figure of Merit
FOM of DSB-SC 11 ALO 4.2.1-1 : Recall SNR at the Input of the DSB-SC Receiver
19 ALO 4.2.1-2: Recall SNR at the Output of the DSB-SC Receiver
4 ALO 4.2.1-3: Calculate the Figure of Merit of DSB-SC
4 ALO 4.2.1-4: Identify SNR Improvement in DSB-SC
FOM of SSB-SC 13 ALO 4.2.2-1: Recall SNR at the Input of the SSB-SC Receiver
12 ALO 4.2.2-2: Recall SNR at the Output of the SSB-SC Receiver
4 ALO 4.2.2-3: Calculate the Figure of Merit of SSB-SC
4 ALO 4.2.2-4: Identify SNR Improvement in SSB-SC
FOM of AM 11 ALO 4.2.3-1: Recall SNR at the Input of the AM Receiver
14 ALO 4.2.3-2: Recall SNR at the Output of the AM Receiver
5 ALO 4.2.3-3: Calculate Figure of Merit of AM
4 ALO 4.2.3-4: Identify SNR Improvement in AM
FOM of FM 32 ALO 4.2.4-1: Recall SNR at the Input of the FM Receiver
32 ALO 4.2.4-2: Recall SNR at the Output of the FM Receiver
6 ALO 4.2.4-3: Calculate the Figure of Merit of FM
6 ALO 4.2.4-4: Identify SNR Improvement in FM
14 ALO 4.2.4-5: Recall the Threshold Effect in FM

Session 6

Analog and Digital Communication Systems – Session 6
Session Topics : 10
Active Learning Outcomes : 26
Summary Quiz : 10
Video Play Time : ~8 Hours
Suggested Completion : 2 Topics Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Introduction to Digital Communication 13 ALO 5.1.1-1: Recall Digital Communication System and its advantages over Analog Communication System
8 ALO 5.1.1-2: Discuss the Baseband Signal and Bandpass Signal
Block Diagram of Pulse Code Modulation 6 ALO 5.1.2-1: Recall Pulse Code Modulation
37 ALO 5.1.2-2: Describe the Block Diagram of Pulse Code Modulation
Sampling 34 ALO 5.1.3-1: Recall the concept of Sampling and its types
62 ALO 5.1.3-1: Recall the concept of Sampling and its types
27 ALO 5.1.3-2: Describe the terms: i. Over Sampling ii. Under Sampling iii. Critical Sampling iv. Aliasing Sampling
Quantization and Encoder 4 ALO 5.1.4-1: Recall Quantization in Pulse Code Modulation
3 ALO 5.1.4-2: Describe the Types of Quantization
28 ALO 5.1.4-3: Recall the process of Quantization
27 ALO 5.1.4-4: Discuss Encoder in PCM
Regenerative Repeaters and PCM Receiver 12 ALO 5.1.5-1: Recall Regenerative Repeaters
21 ALO 5.1.5-2: Describe the PCM Receiver
Companding and Scrambling in PCM 13 ALO 5.2.1-1: Recall the term Companding and characteristics of Compander
25 ALO 5.2.1-2: Classify the Companding: A-Law Companding and μ-Law Companding
23 ALO 5.2.1-3: Recall the term Scrambling
PCM-TDM System 6 ALO 5.2.2-1: Recall the PCM-TDM System
15 ALO 5.2.2-2: Describe the block diagram of Transmitter of PCM-TDM System
14 ALO 5.2.2-3: Describe the block diagram of Receiver of PCM-TDM System
Differential Pulse Code Modulation 7 ALO 5.2.3-1: Recall the Differential PCM
30 ALO 5.2.3-2: Describe the Differential PCM with the help of a Block Diagram
Delta Modulation and Adaptive Delta Modulation 33 ALO 5.2.4-1: Describe the Delta Modulation with the help of a Block Diagram
22 ALO 5.2.4-2: Describe the Adaptive Delta Modulation
7 ALO 5.2.4-3: Compare the Delta Modulation and the Adaptive Delta Modulation
Analog Pulse Modulation Methods 22 ALO 5.2.5-1: Recall the following: PAM (Pulse Amplitude Modulation), PWM (Pulse Width Modulation) and PPM (Pulse Position Modulation)
3 ALO 5.2.5-2: Compare PAM, PWM and PPM

Session 7

Analog and Digital Communication Systems – Session 7
Session Topics : 13
Active Learning Outcomes : 37
Summary Quiz : 13
Video Play Time : ~7 Hours
Suggested Completion : 3 Topics Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Introduction to Digital Modulation Techniques 8 ALO 6.1.1-1: Recall the Digital Transmission of Data
11 ALO 6.1.1-2: List various Digital Modulation Techniques
Amplitude Shift Keying (ASK) 12 ALO 6.1.2-1: Describe the block diagram of ASK Transmitter
21 ALO 6.1.2-2: Recall the Bandwidth and Energy in ASK Transmission
10 ALO 6.1.2-2: Recall the Bandwidth and Energy in ASK Transmission
14 ALO 6.1.2-3: Draw Constellation diagram of ASK
19 ALO 6.1.2-4: Describe the block diagram of ASK Receiver
Frequency Shift Keying (FSK) 19 ALO 6.1.3-1 : Describe the block diagram of FSK Transmitter
28 ALO 6.1.3-2: Recall the Bandwidth and Energy in FSK Transmission
10 ALO 6.1.3-3: Draw Constellation diagram of FSK
12 ALO 6.1.3-4: Describe the block diagram of FSK Receiver
Phase Shift keying (PSK) 8 ALO 6.1.4-1: Describe the block diagram of PSK Transmitter
10 ALO 6.1.4-2: Recall the Bandwidth and Energy in PSK Transmission
2 ALO 6.1.4-3: Draw Constellation diagram of PSK
11 ALO 6.1.4-4: Describe the block diagram of PSK Receiver
Quadrature Phase Shift Keying (QPSK) 27 ALO 6.2.1-1: Describe the block diagram of QPSK Transmitter
10 ALO 6.2.1-2: Recall the Bandwidth and Energy in QPSK Transmission
9 ALO 6.2.1-3: Draw Constellation diagram of QPSK
9 ALO 6.2.1-4: Describe the block diagram of QPSK Receiver
Differential Phase Shift Keying (DPSK) 16 ALO 6.2.2-1: Recall the block diagram of DPSK Transmitter
19 ALO 6.2.2-2: Recall the block diagram of DPSK Receiver
Other M-Aray Techniques 14 ALO 6.2.3-1: Describe 16-ary QASK
5 ALO 6.2.3-2: Compare 16-ary QASK with 16-ary PSK
Continuous Phase Modulation 14 ALO 6.3.1-1: Explain Continuous Phase Modulation
Minimum Shift Keying 14 ALO 6.3.2-1: Describe Minimum Shift Keying (MSK)
1 ALO 6.3.2-2: List advantages and disadvantages of Minimum Shift Keying (MSK)
Gaussian MSK 2 ALO 6.3.3-1: Describe Gaussian MSK (GMSK)
2 ALO 6.3.3-2: List advantages and disadvantages of Gaussian MSK (GMSK)
Introduction to Spread Spectrum Communication 9 ALO 6.4.1-1: Describe the Spread Spectrum Communication
30 ALO 6.4.1-2:  Recall the types of Spread Spectrum Communication
Intersymbol Interference 5 ALO 6.4.2-1: Describe Intersymbol Interference
15 ALO 6.4.2-2: Recall Nyquist Criterion for zero ISI
20 ALO 6.4.2-3: Recall the method by which ISI can be controlled
Basics of Code Division Multiple Access 12 ALO 6.4.3-1: Describe Code Division Multiple Access(CDMA)
3 ALO 6.4.3-2: Recall the principle of DSSS-CDMA
8 ALO 6.4.3-3: Recall the concept of Near-far problem and power control in CDMA
3 ALO 6.4.3-4: Recall the Applications of CDMA Technology

Session 8

Analog and Digital Communication Systems – Session 8
Session Topics : 6
Active Learning Outcomes : 17
Summary Quiz : 6
Video Play Time : ~4 Hours
Suggested Completion : 1 Topic Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Introduction to Information Theory 7 ALO 7.1.1-1: Recall the terms: Uncertainty, Information and Sources of Information
13 ALO 7.1.1-2: Describe Information content of Symbol
26 ALO 7.1.1-3: Define Entropy and Bit Rate
Discrete Memoryless Channels and Types of Channels 17 ALO 7.1.2-1: Describe Discrete Memoryless Channels
17 ALO 7.1.2-2: Recall the Types of Channels
18 ALO 7.1.2-3: Describe Joint Channel Matrix
Types of Entropy 16 ALO 7.1.3-1: Recall the Types of Entropy
3 ALO 7.1.3-2: Recall the properties of Entropy
33 ALO 7.1.3-3: Describe the Entropy relations for a Continuous Channel
Mutual Information 6 ALO 7.2.1-1: Recall the Mutual Information
5 ALO 7.2.1-2: Recall the properties of Mutual Information
Channel Capacity and Coding 7 ALO 7.2.2-1: Recall the Channel Capacities and Channel Models
9 ALO 7.2.2-2: Describe Shannon-Hartley Law
7 ALO 7.2.2-3: Determine the Channel Capacity for White Gaussian Noise Channel
5 ALO 7.2.2-4: Determine Channel Capacity for Infinite Bandwidth
Source Coding 16 ALO 7.2.3-1: Recall the Code Length and Code Efficiency ALO 7.2.3-2: Describe the Source Coding Theorems
34 ALO 7.2.3-3: Recall: Shannon-Fano coding and Huffman coding

Session 9

Analog and Digital Communication Systems – Session 9
Session Topics : 6
Active Learning Outcomes : 17
Summary Quiz : 6
Video Play Time : ~5 Hours
Suggested Completion : 1 Topic Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Introduction to Error Correction Codes 34 ALO 8.1.1-1: Recall the following terms:  i. Block Codes ii. Linear Block Codes iii. Hamming Distance &  Hamming Weight iv. Minimum Distancev. Error Detection and Correction Capabilities ALO 8.1.1-2: Relate the minimum Hamming Distance and Error detecting and Correcting Capabilities
Linear Block Codes 38 ALO 8.1.2-1: Recall the Generator Matrix and Parity – Check Matrix
24 ALO 8.1.2-2: Describe Encoding and Decoding of Linear Block Codes
43 ALO 8.1.2-3: Recall Hamming Bound and Hamming Code
Cyclic Codes 14 ALO 8.1.3-1: Recall the Cyclic Codes and its Types
11 ALO 8.1.3-2: Describe the generation of Non-Systematic Cyclic Code
15 ALO 8.1.3-3: Describe the generation of Systematic Cyclic Code
25 ALO 8.1.3-4: Describe the Generator and Parity Check Matrix of Cyclic Code
Convolution Codes 6 ALO 8.1.4-1: Define the Convolution Codes
6 ALO 8.1.4-2: Describe the Generator of Convolution Codes
49 ALO 8.1.4-3: Describe the Graphical Representation of Convolution Codes Encoder
33 ALO 8.1.4-4: Recall the Viterbi Decoding Algorithm
Burst Error and Turbo Codes 14 ALO 8.2.1-1: Describe Burst Error Correction Codes
3 ALO 8.2.1-2: Describe Turbo codes
Special Codes 3 ALO 8.2.2-1: Describe Alphanumeric Codes and its types
5 ALO 8.2.2-2: Describe ASCII and EBCDIC Code
7 ALO 8.2.2-3: Describe UNICODE and Baudot Code

Session 10

Analog and Digital Communication Systems – Session 9
Session Topics : 14
Active Learning Outcomes : 40
Summary Quiz : 14
Video Play Time : ~8 Hours
Suggested Completion : 3 Topics Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Concept of Probability 9 ALO 9.1.1-1: Define Probability
6 ALO 9.1.1-2: Recall basic terms related to Probability
5 ALO 9.1.1-3: Recall Conditional Probability
6 ALO 9.1.1-4: Define the Probability of Statistical Events
Introduction to Random Variables 10 ALO 9.1.2-1: Recall Random Variables
16 ALO 9.1.2-2: Define Distribution Function and recall its Properties
Probability Mass Function and Probability Density Function 11 ALO 9.1.3-1: Describe Discrete Random Variable and Probability Mass Function
2 ALO 9.1.3-2: Recall the properties of Probability Mass Function
17 ALO 9.1.3-3: Describe Continuous Random Variable and Probability Density Function
2 ALO 9.1.3-4: Recall the properties of Probability Density Function
Statistical Averages 18 ALO 9.1.4-1: Recall the following terms: Mean, Mean Square Value, Variance and Standard Deviation
Special Distributions 24 ALO 9.2.1-1: Describe the Uniform Density Function
24 ALO 9.2.1-2: Recall the following Distributions: Binomial Distribution and Poisson Distribution
29 ALO 9.2.1-2: Recall the following Distributions: Normal or Gaussian Distribution and Rayleigh Distribution
Central Limit Theorem and Differential Entropy 11 ALO 9.2.2-1: Recall the addition of Two Random Variables
5 ALO 9.2.2-2: Generalize addition of Random Variables and state the Central Limit Theorem
6 ALO 9.2.2-3: Recall the Differential Entropy
Two Dimensional Random Variables 11 ALO 9.2.3-1: Describe Joint Probability Mass Function and Marginal Probability Mass Function and their Properties
5 ALO 9.2.3-2: Describe Joint Probability Density Function and Marginal Probability Density Function and their Properties
4 ALO 9.2.3-3: Describe Joint and Marginal Distribution Functions and their Properties
4 ALO 9.2.3-4: Relate the PDF of Two Random Variables and find one, if the PDF of other is given
Matched Filter 5 ALO 9.3.1-1: Recall the Principle of Matched Filter
3 ALO 9.3.1-2: Recall the Properties of a Matched Filter
33 ALO 9.3.1-3: Describe SNR maximization of average symbol Error Probability ALO 9.3.1-4: Recall the Schwartz’s Inequality
Generalized formula for Probability of Error 52 ALO 9.3.2-1: Derive the generalized Formula for Probability of Error
7 ALO 9.3.2-2: Recall the Complementary Error Function
Probability of Error calculations 7 ALO 9.3.3-1: Calculate the Probability of Error for ASK
13 ALO 9.3.3-2: Calculate the Probability of Error for FSK
12 ALO 9.3.3-3: Calculate the Probability of Error for PSK
Introduction to Random Process 3 ALO 9.4.1-1: Describe Random Process
7 ALO 9.4.1-2: Recall the definitions and notations of Random Processes
22 ALO 9.4.1-3: Recall the following terms: i. Probabilistic Expressions ii.Statistics Averages iii. Stationarity iv. Time Averages and Ergodicity
Distributions and Classification of Random Processes 8 ALO 9.4.2-1: Describe the Distributions of Random Process
11 ALO 9.4.2-2: Classify the Random Processes
Correlation and Power Spectral Densities 24 ALO 9.4.3-1: Describe Auto-correlation and Cross-correlation in Random Processes
6 ALO 9.4.3-2: Describe Auto-covariance and Cross-covariance in Random Processes
12 ALO 9.4.3-3: Describe the Power Spectral Densities and Cross Spectral Densities in Random Processes
Transmission of Random Process through Linear System 3 ALO 9.4.4-1: Recall the System Response
12 ALO 9.4.4-2: Describe the Mean and Auto-correlation of the Output
3 ALO 9.4.4-3: Recall the Power Spectral Density of the Output

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

Digital Electronics – Session 1
Session Topics : 5
Active Learning Outcomes : 20
Summary Quiz : 5
Video Play Time : ~4 Hours
Suggested Completion : 1 Topic Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Introduction to Digital Electronics  & Number System 12 ALO 1.1.1-1: Describe and differentiate between Analog and Digital Signal
10 ALO 1.1.1-2: Describe application and advantage of Digital Signal Processing
9 ALO 1.1.1-3: Describe Number System
Number System Representation & Binary Arithmetic 36 ALO 1.1.2-1: Representation of Signed Number Using 1’s and 2’s Complements
6 ALO 1.1.2-2: Calculate 9’s and 10’s Complement
19 ALO 1.1.2-3: Describe Floating-point Number representation
17 ALO 1.1.2-4: Perform Binary Arithmetic
Number System Conversion 21 ALO 1.1.3-1: Conversion from Decimal Number to other Base Numbers
14 ALO 1.1.3-2: Conversion from other Base Numbers to Decimal Number
9 ALO 1.1.3-3: Conversion From Octal to Binary and Vice-Versa
8 ALO 1.1.3-4: Conversion from Binary to Hexadecimal and Vice-versa
9 ALO 1.1.3-5: Conversion from Octal to Hexadecimal and Vice-versa
Binary Codes & Conversions 16 ALO 1.2.1-1: Describe Binary Codes and its classification
7 ALO 1.2.1-2: Explain BCD Codes and Excess-3 Codes
6 ALO 1.2.1-3: Describe Gray Codes
8 ALO 1.2.1-4: Perform conversion of Gray Codes into Binary Code and Voce-versa
7 ALO 1.2.1-5: Describe Alphanumeric Codes
Error Detecting and Correcting Codes 24 ALO 1.2.2-1: Describe Error Detecting and Error Detecting Codes(Parity and Checksum)
12 ALO 1.2.2-2: Explain the concept of Five-bit Code, Biquinary Code, and Ring Counter Code
19 ALO 1.2.2-3: Describe Error Correcting and Error Correcting Code ( Hamming Codes)

Session 2

Digital Electronics – Session 2
Session Topics : 8
Active Learning Outcomes : 24
Summary Quiz : 8
Video Play Time : ~6 Hours
Suggested Completion : 2 Topics Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Basic Logic Gates 20 ALO 2.1.1-1: Describe Basic Logic Gates: AND Gate ,OR Gate, and NOT Gate
22 ALO 2.1.1-2: Describe Ex-OR Ex-NOR Gates
Universal Logic Gates 13 ALO 2.1.2-1: Differentiate Basic Logic Gates and Universal Gates
15 ALO 2.1.2-2: Describe: NAND Gate and NOR Gate
24 ALO 2.1.2-3: Construct Basic Logic Gates using Universal Gates
Boolean Algebra and Laws of Boolean Algerbra 4 ALO 2.2.1-1: Describe Boolean Algebra
23 ALO 2.2.1-2: Describe Boolean Algebra Operations
4 ALO 2.2.1-3: Explain Demorgan’s Law
15 ALO 2.2.1-4: Describe Duality Theorem
Sum of  Product (SOP) and Product of Sum (POS) Forms 26 ALO 2.2.2-1: Discuss Sum-of-Product (SOP) and Product-of-Sum (POS) forms and their expansion to Standard forms
13 ALO 2.2.2-2: Convert a Boolean Expression to Logic Diagram and Vice-Versa
8 ALO 2.2.2-3: Explain the NAND and NOR Logic Implementation
K-Map of Two, Three and Four Variables 27 ALO 2.3.1-1: Describe 2 Variable K- Map
13 ALO 2.3.1-2: Describe 3 variable K-map
13 ALO 2.3.1-3: Describe 4 variable K-Map
12 ALO 2.3.1-4: Explain the realization of functions using K-Map
Implicants and Prime Implicants 22 ALO 2.3.2-1: Explain Prime Implicants and Essential Prime Implicants
6 ALO 2.3.2-2: Describe Redundant Prime implicants
10 ALO 2.3.2-3: Explain False Prime Implicants and Essential False Prime Implicants
4 ALO 2.3.2-4: Describe Redundant False prime Implicants
K-Map of Five and Six Variables 13 ALO 2.3.3-1: Describe 5-variable K-Map
15 ALO 2.3.3-2: Describe 6 variable K-Map
Quine-Mcclusky Q-Map 31 ALO 2.3.4-1: Describe the Quine–McCluskey Method (Q-Map) to reduce Boolean Expression
3 ALO 2.3.4-2: Explain the realization of functions using Q-Map

Session 3

Digital Electronics – Session 3
Session Topics : 7
Active Learning Outcomes : 24
Summary Quiz : 7
Video Play Time : ~6 Hours
Suggested Completion : 2 Topics Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Basic Adders and Subtractors 4 ALO 3.1.1-1: Describe Combinational circuits
27 ALO 3.1.1-2: Explain Half Adder and Full Adder
28 ALO 3.1.1-3: Explain Half Subtractor and Full Subtractor
Binary Serial and Parallel(Ripple Carry Adder) Adder 15 ALO 3.1.2-1: Describe Serial Adder
17 ALO 3.1.2-2: Describe Ripple Carry Adder (Parallel Adder)
3 ALO 3.1.2-3: Differentiate between Serial and Parallel Adders
Look-Ahead-Carry Adder and BCD Adder 20 ALO 3.1.3-1: Describe Look-Ahead Carry Adder
18 ALO 3.1.3-2: Describe BCD Adder
Multipliers, Comparaters and Parity Bit Generator/Checker 15 ALO 3.1.4-1: Describe Binary Multipliers
25 ALO 3.1.4-2: Describe magnitude Comparators
13 ALO 3.1.4-3: Describe Parity Bit Generator and Checker
Multiplexers 7 ALO 3.2.1-1: Recall Multiplexer
17 ALO 3.2.1-2: Design 2:1 and 4:1 Multiplexers
12 ALO 3.2.1-3: Design 8:1 and 16:1 Multiplexers
18 ALO 3.2.1-4: Design Multiplexer with the help of other Multiplexer
Demultiplexers 5 ALO 3.2.2-1: Recall Demultiplexers
32 ALO 3.2.2-2: Design 1:2 and 1:4 Demultiplexer
14 ALO 3.2.2-3: Design 1:8 Demultiplexer and 1:16 Demultiplexers
12 ALO 3.2.2-4: Design Demultiplexer with the help of other Demultiplexers
Encoders and Decoders 6 ALO 3.2.3-1: Recall Encoders
20 ALO 3.2.3-2: Design Octal to Binary Encoder and Decimal to BCD Encoder
9 ALO 3.2.3-3: Recall Decoders
16 ALO 3.2.3-4: Design Binary to Octal Decoder and BCD to Decimal Decoder
16 ALO 3.2.3-5: Design BCD to Seven Segment Decoder

Session 4

Digital Electronics – Session 4
Session Topics : 8
Active Learning Outcomes : 23
Summary Quiz : 8
Video Play Time : ~4 Hours
Suggested Completion : 2 Topics Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Sequential Logic Circuits and Latches 3 ALO 4.1.1-1: Recall Sequential Circuit
4 ALO 4.1.1-2: Differentiate between Combinational and Sequential circuit
26 ALO 4.1.1-3: Recall S-R and D Latches
4 ALO 4.1.1-4: Differentiate between Latches and Flip-flops
S-R and J-K Flip-Flops 26 ALO 4.1.2-1: Design S-R Flip-flop
17 ALO 4.1.2-2: Design J-K Flip-flop
14 ALO 4.1.2-3: Determine Flip-flop Operating characteristics and Race around condition
D and T Flip Flops 10 ALO 4.1.3-1: Design D Flip-flop
7 ALO 4.1.3-2: Design T Flip-flop
1 ALO 4.1.3-3: Describe applications of Flip-flop
Master-Slave Flip-Flops 9 ALO 4.2.1-1A: Describe Master slave S-R Flip-flop
3 ALO 4.2.1-1B: Describe Master-Slave D Flip -flop
7 ALO 4.2.1-1C: Describe Master -Slave J-K Flip-flop
Conversion of Flip-flops 7 ALO 4.2.2-1: Describe the following terms: Characteristics Equation, State diagram, and Excitation table
13 ALO 4.2.2-2: Recall Conversion of one Flip-Flop to other Flip-Flops
Introduction to Shift Registers 4 ALO 4.3.1-1: Recall Shift Registers
16 ALO 4.3.1-2A: Recall the following Shift Registers: SISO and SIPO
12 ALO 4.3.1-2B: Recall the following Shift Registers: PISO and PIPO shift Registers
12 ALO 4.3.1-2C: Recall the following Shift Registers: Bi-Directional Shift Registers
Universal, Dynamic and Buffer Register 13 ALO 4.3.2-1: Describe Universal Register
10 ALO 4.3.2-2: Describe Dynamic Register
4 ALO 4.3.2-3: Describe Buffer Register
Applications of Shift Registers 14 ALO 4.3.3-1: Recall the Applications of shift Registers

Session 5

Digital Electronics – Session 5
Session Topics : 9
Active Learning Outcomes : 28
Summary Quiz : 9
Video Play Time : ~5 Hours
Suggested Completion : 2 Topics Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Introduction to Counters and Asynchronous Counters 16 ALO 5.1.1-1: Define and classify Counters
30 ALO 5.1.1-2: Construct Two bit Ripple Up-Counter and Down Counter
7 ALO 5.1.1-3: Construct Two-bit Ripple Up/Down Counter
Design of Asynchronous Counters 14 ALO 5.1.2-1: Design Mod-6 Asynchronous Counter
10 ALO 5.1.2-2: Design Mod-10 Asynchronous Counter
9 ALO 5.1.2-3: Recall the Effect of Propagation Delay in Ripple Counters
Ring, Johnson and BCD Counter 23 ALO 5.2.1-1: Design Ring Counter
15 ALO 5.2.1-2: Design Johnson Counter
17 ALO 5.2.1-3: Design Synchronous BCD Counter
3-bit Synchronous Up-Counter and 3-bit Synchronous Down-Counter 15 ALO 5.2.2-3: Design 3-bit Synchronous Up-Counter
7 ALO 5.2.2-2: Design 3-bit Synchronous Down-Counter
12 ALO 5.2.2-3: Design 3-bit Synchronous Up/Down Counter
Synchronous MOD Counters 12 ALO 5.2.3-1: Design MOD-6 Synchronous Counter
13 ALO 5.2.3-2: Design MOD-9 Synchronous Counter
Mealy Machine and Moore Machine 9 ALO 5.3.1-1: Recall Finite State Machine
5 ALO 5.3.1-2A: Describe More Machine
16 ALO 5.3.1-2B: Describe Mealy Machine
Minimization of Sequential Machines 4 ALO 5.3.2-1: Describe Minimization of Sequential Machine
22 ALO 5.3.2-2A: Recall State Reduction Methods: Successive Partitioning
15 ALO 5.3.2-2B: Recall State Reduction Methods: Implication Chart
6 ALO 5.3.2-3: Describe Method of State Assignment
Hazards 7 ALO 5.4.1-1: Recall Hazards and It’s types
3 ALO 5.4.1-2: Differentiate between Static and Dynamic Hazards
6 ALO 5.4.1-3: Determine Hazards in Combinational circuits
Faults 10 ALO 5.4.2-1: Recall Faults and its types
8 ALO 5.4.2-2A: Differentiate between Struck-At and Bridging Faults
5 ALO 5.4.2-2B: Differentiate between Single-At and Multiple Stuck-At Faults
5 ALO 5.4.2-3: Describe Faults Detection in Combinational and Sequential circuits

Session 6

Digital Electronics – Session 6
Session Topics : 8
Active Learning Outcomes : 24
Summary Quiz : 8
Video Play Time : ~5 Hours
Suggested Completion : 2 Topics Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Digital-to-Analog Converters 12 ALO 6.1.1-1: Describe Digital-to-Analog Converters (DAC) and their Parameters
12 ALO 6.1.1-2: Recall Weighted Resister Method of Digital-to-Analog Conversion
23 ALO 6.1.1-3: Recall R-2R Method of Digital-to-Analog Conversion
Analog-to-Digital Converters 8 ALO 6.1.2-1: Describe to Analog-to-Digital Converters (ADC) and Their Specification
20 ALO 6.1.2-2A: Describe A-to-D Conversion Method:Up Counter and Up/Down Counter
13 ALO 6.1.2-2B:Describe A-to-D Conversion Method:Successive Approximation
18 ALO 6.1.2-2C: Describe A-to-D Conversion Method:Dual Slope or Integrator Type
8 ALO 6.1.2-2D: Describe A-to-D Conversion Method:Flash Type or Parallel Comparator
Introduction to Memory 24 ALO 6.2.1-1: Recall Memory and its Types
6 ALO 6.2.1-2: Differentiate betweenPrimary Memory and Secondary Memory &Random Access Memory and Sequential Access Memory
RAM and ROM 13 ALO 6.2.2-1A: Recall and Classify Random Access Memory (RAM)
10 ALO 6.2.2-1B: Recall and ClassifyRead Only Memory (ROM)
3 ALO 6.2.2-2: Differentiate between RAM and ROM
6 ALO 6.2.2-3: Describe the Structure and Working of Change Couple Device (CCD)
Memory Decoding and Addressing 17 ALO 6.2.3-1: Recall Memory Decoding and Addressing
12 ALO 6.2.3-2: Describe One-dimensional and Multi-dimensional selection arrangement in Memory
PAL and PLA 16 ALO 6.3.1-1A: Recall Programable Array Logic
7 ALO 6.3.1-1B: Recall Programmable Logic Array (PAL)
3 ALO 6.3.1-2: Differentiate between PAL and PLA
12 ALO 6.3.1-3: Describe ROM Organisation and Circuit Implementation
CPLD and FPLD 10 ALO 6.3.2-1A: Describe Field Programmable Logic Device (FPLD)
10 ALO 6.3.2-1B: Describe Complex Programmable Logic Device (CPLD)
GAL and FPGA 8 ALO 6.3.3-1A: Describe Generic Array Logic (GAL)
13 ALO 6.3.3-1B: Describe Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA)

Session 7

Digital Electronics – Session 7
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
Logic Family and Integrated Circuits 13 ALO 7.1.1-1: Recall the Interfacing of TTL, to ECL and Vice-versa
41 ALO 7.1.1-2: Recall the Interfacing of CMOS to TTL and vice-versa
Logic Family Specifications 37 ALO 7.1.2-1: Describe Logic Family Specification
RTL and DTL 39 ALO 7.2.1-1A: Recall the following Transistor Logic:Resistor Transistor Logic(RTL)
32 ALO 7.2.1-1B: Recall the following Transistor Logic: Direct-Coupled Transistor Logic (DTCL)
26 ALO 7.2.1-1C: Recall the following Transistor Logic:Diode Transistor Logic (DTL)
16 ALO 7.2.1-1D: Recall the following Transistor Logic:High Threshold Logic (HTL)
IIL and ECL 92 ALO 7.2.2-1: Recall the following Transistor Logics: Integrated Injection Logic (IIL) and Emitter-Coupled Logic (ECL)
TTL 34 ALO 7.2.3-1: Describe Transistor Transistor Logic (TTL)
25 ALO 7.2.3-2: Explain the TTL Inverter Circuit
32 ALO 7.2.3-3: Describe the TTL configuration for Outputs
17 ALO 7.2.3-4: List and compare Subfamilies of Transistor-Transistor Logic(TTL)
13 ALO 7.2.3-5: Compare various Transistor Logic Families

Session 8

Digital Electronics – Session 8
Session Topics : 4
Active Learning Outcomes : 10
Summary Quiz : 4
Video Play Time : ~3 Hours
Suggested Completion : 1 Topic Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
NMOS and PMOS 13 ALO 7.3.1-1: Define and classify the MOS Logic Family
32 ALO 7.3.1-2: Describe the following MOS Logic Families: PMOS and NMOS
CMOS 15 ALO 7.3.2-1: Describe Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor (CMOS) Logic family
33 ALO 7.3.2-2: Recall the CMOS Inverter Circuit
28 ALO 7.3.2-3: Describe Dynamic MOS Logic and Tristate Logic
4 ALO 7.3.2-4: Compare the various MOS Logic Families
Logic Family Interfacing 13 ALO 7.4.1-1: Recall the Interfacingof TTL to ECL and vice-versa
41 ALO 7.4.1-2: Recall the Interfacing of CMOS to TTL and vice-versa
Digital IC’s 11 ALO 7.4.2-1: Recall the Digital ICs and their types
5 ALO 7.4.2-2: Describe the Manufacturing Specification of Digital IC’s: 7400 Series and 5400 Series

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

Signals and Systems – Session 1
Session Topics : 8
Active Learning Outcomes : 28
Summary Quiz : 8
Video Play Time : ~9 Hours
Suggested Completion : 2 Topics Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Introduction to Signals 4 ALO 1.1.1-1: Define Signal
5 ALO 1.1.1-2: Describe Continuous-Time Signal and Discrete-Time Signal
3 ALO 1.1.1-3: Show representation of Signals
Types of Continuous Time Signals 6 ALO 1.1.2-1: Describe Types of Continuous-Time Signals
26 ALO 1.1.2-2: Describe Step, Rectangular and Signum Function
19 ALO 1.1.2-3: Describe Impulse, Ramp, and Triangular Function
8 ALO 1.1.2-4: Describe Sinusoidal and Exponential Signal
13 ALO 1.1.2-5: Describe Complex Exponential and Parabolic Signal
Operations on Continuous Time Signals 45 ALO 1.1.3-1: Describe Operations performed on Continuous Time Signals
35 ALO 1.1.3-2: Explain Operations on Step and Ramp Signals
21 ALO 1.1.3-3: Describe Integration and Differentiation of Continuous-Time Signal
Discrete Time Signals and Types of Discrete Time Signals 6 ALO 1.2.1-1: Define Discrete-Time Signals
5 ALO 1.2.1-2: Describe Types of Discrete-Time Signals
4 ALO 1.2.1-3: Describe Step and Ramp Signals
10 ALO 1.2.1-4: Describe Impulse and DC Signals
Operations on Discrete Time Signals 35 ALO 1.2.2-1: Describe Scaling, Shifting, and Reversal Operations
27 ALO 1.2.2-2: Describe relationship between Ramp, Step and Impulse Signals
Even and Odd signals 14 ALO 1.3.1-1: Define Even and Odd Signals
13 ALO 1.3.1-2: Describe the properties of Even and Odd Signals
19 ALO 1.3.1-3: Calculate the Even and Odd part of the Signal
26 ALO 1.3.1-4: Explain the Complex Even and Odd Signals
Energy and Power Signals 9 ALO 1.3.2-1: Define Energy and Power Signals
32 ALO 1.3.2-2: Calculate the Energy and Power of a Signal
32 ALO 1.3.2-3A: Describe the properties of Energy and Power Signals
28 ALO 1.3.2-3B: Describe the properties of Energy and Power Signals
Periodic and Aperiodic Signals 8 ALO 1.3.3-1: Define Periodic and Aperiodic Signals
27 ALO 1.3.3-2: Calculate the Period of Periodic Signals
31 ALO 1.3.3-3: Calculate the Period of Periodic Signals

Session 2

Signals and Systems – Session 2
Session Topics : 6
Active Learning Outcomes : 17
Summary Quiz : 6
Video Play Time : ~2 Hours
Suggested Completion : 1 Topic Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Basic Types of Signals 6 ALO 1.4.1-1: Describe Causal and Non-causal Signals
3 ALO 1.4.1-2: Describe Continuous &amp; Discrete  amplitude Signals
3 ALO 1.4.1-3: Define Deterministic and Random Signals
3 ALO 1.4.1-4: Define Real &amp; Complex Signals
Basic Types of Signals 6 ALO 1.4.2-1: Describe Absolutely Integrable Signals
3 ALO 1.4.2-2: Describe Bounded and Unbounded Signals
3 ALO 1.4.2-3: Define One- Dimensional and Multi-Dimensional Signals
3 ALO 1.4.2-4: Define Single-Channel and Multi-Channel Signals
Introduction to System 4 ALO 1.5.1-1: Define System and describe Continuous-Time &amp; Discrete-Time Systems
27 ALO 1.5.1-2: Describe Linear &amp; Non-linear Systems
Classification of Systems 26 ALO 1.5.2-1: Describe Time variant &amp; Time invariant Systems
14 ALO 1.5.2-2: Describe Causal &amp; Non-Causal Systems
4 ALO 1.5.2-3: Describe Static &amp; Dynamic Systems
Classification of Systems 10 ALO 1.5.3-1: Describe Stable &amp; Unstable Systems
6 ALO 1.5.3-2: Describe Invertible &amp; Non-invertible Systems
4 ALO 1.5.3-3: Define Hardware &amp; Software and Mixed Systems
Application of Signal and System 13 ALO 1.6.1-1: Describe the applications of Signals and System in Communication Systems, Filtering, and Feedback Control Systems

Session 3

Signals and Systems – Session 3
Session Topics : 6
Active Learning Outcomes : 16
Summary Quiz : 6
Video Play Time : ~3 Hours
Suggested Completion : 1 Topic Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Introduction to LTI System 3 ALO 2.1.1-1: Describe LTI System and its Block diagram
2 ALO 2.1.1-2: Describe Continuous-Time and Discrete-Time LTI Systems
12 ALO 2.1.1-3: Describe Impulse response of Continuous-Time and Discrete-Time LTI Systems
Discrete Time LTI System 4 ALO 2.1.2-1: Describe Discrete-Time Convolution and its properties
31 ALO 2.1.2-2: Explain graphical method for Discrete-Time Convolution
14 ALO 2.1.2-3: Explain the matrix method for Discrete-Time Convolution
21 ALO 2.1.2-4: Explain the general formula for Discrete-Time Convolution
6 ALO 2.1.2-5: Explain Discrete-Time LTI System described by the Difference equation
Continuous Time LTI System 25 ALO 2.2.1-1: Describe Continuous-Time Convolution and its properties
23 ALO 2.2.1-2: Explain General formula for Continuous-Time Convolution
Continuous Time LTI System 21 ALO 2.2.2-1: Explain Graphical method for Continuous-Time Convolution ALO 2.2.2-2: Explain Continuous-Time LTI System described by Differential equation
Eigen function and Interconnection of LTI Systems 15 ALO 2.3.1-1: Describe Eigen functions of Continuous-Time System and Discrete-Time System
6 ALO 2.3.1-2: Explain the Cascade connection and Parallel connection of LTI System
Types of LTI Systems 8 ALO 2.3.2-1: Describe Causal and Non-Causal Discrete-Time and Continuous-Time LTI systems
6 ALO 2.3.2-2: Describe Stable and Unstable Discrete-Time and Continuous-Time LTI systems
6 ALO 2.3.2-3: Describe Static and Dynamic Discrete-Time and Continuous-Time LTI systems

Session 4

Signals and Systems – Session 4
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
Fourier Series Properties and Types 5 ALO 3.1.1-1: Describe Fourier Series and its properties
36 ALO 3.1.1-2: Describe Need and Application of Fourier Series
41 ALO 3.1.1-3: Calculate the Fourier Series representation of Continuous-Time Periodic Signal using Exponential method
31 ALO 3.1.1-4: Calculate the Fourier Series representation of Continuous-Time Periodic Signal using Trigonometric method
Fourier Series Coefficients and Representation 11 ALO 3.1.2-1: Determine Fourier Series coefficients of a signal
28 ALO 3.1.2-2A: Describe Wave Symmetry and Cosine representation
14 ALO 3.1.2-2B: Describe Wave Symmetry and Cosine representation
6 ALO 3.1.2-3: Explain Power representation of Fourier Series
Fourier Series Analysis and Dirichlet’s Conditions 9 ALO 3.1.3-1: Describe Input and Output relationship of LTI system using Fourier Series
13 ALO 3.1.3-2: Explain Gibbs Phenomenon
5 ALO 3.1.3-3: State Dirichlet’s conditions for Convergence of Fourier Series

Session 5

Signals and Systems – Session 5
Session Topics : 4
Active Learning Outcomes : 13
Summary Quiz : 4
Video Play Time : ~6 Hours
Suggested Completion : 1 Topic Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Fourier Transform Existance and Representation 36 ALO 3.2.1-1: Describe Fourier Transform
26 ALO 3.2.1-2: Describe properties and existence of Fourier Transform
29 ALO 3.2.1-3: Describe Magnitude and Phase representation of Fourier Transform
Continuous Time Fourier Transform(CTFT) and Properties of CTFT 21 ALO 3.2.2-1: Describe Properties and Significance of Continuous- Time Fourier Transform(CTFT) ALO 3.2.2-2: Describe Continuous-Time Fourier Transform of Common Signals
46 ALO 3.2.2-1: Describe Properties and Significance of Continuous- Time Fourier Transform(CTFT) ALO 3.2.2-2: Describe Continuous-Time Fourier Transform of Common Signals
38 ALO 3.2.2-1: Describe Properties and Significance of Continuous- Time Fourier Transform(CTFT) ALO 3.2.2-2: Describe Continuous-Time Fourier Transform of Common Signals
40 ALO 3.2.2-3: Explain Inverse Continuous-Time Fourier Transform
Hilbert Transform and Its Properties 9 ALO 3.3.1-1: Define Hilbert Transform and its properties
9 ALO 3.3.1-2: Describe Frequency Spectrum of Periodic Signals
8 ALO 3.3.1-3: Define the relation between Frequency Response and Impulse Response
Correlation and Spectral Density 13 ALO 3.3.2-1: Describe Correlation of LTI Systems
18 ALO 3.3.2-2: Explain Correlation between Energy and Power Signals
46 ALO 3.3.2-3: Describe Energy and Power Spectral Densities

Session 6

Signals and Systems – Session 6
Session Topics : 2
Active Learning Outcomes : 7
Summary Quiz : 2
Video Play Time : ~3 Hours
Suggested Completion : 1 Topic Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Introduction to Laplace Transform 4 ALO 4.1.1-1: Define Laplace transform
7 ALO 4.1.1-2: Describe relationship between Laplace transform and Fourier transform
14 ALO 4.1.1-3: Describe Region of Convergence (ROC)
Properties of Laplace Transform and Inverse Laplace Transform 46 ALO 4.1.2-1: Describe the properties of Laplace Transform
28 ALO 4.1.2-1: Describe the properties of Laplace Transform
26 ALO 4.1.2-2: Describe Laplace transform of Periodic functions
42 ALO 4.1.2-3: Describe Inverse Laplace Transform

Session 7

Signals and Systems – Session 7
Session Topics : 8
Active Learning Outcomes : 20
Summary Quiz : 8
Video Play Time : ~6 Hours
Suggested Completion : 2 Topics Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Application of Laplace Transform to LTI System 7 ALO 4.2.1-1: Describe Poles and Zeros of system functions and signals
8 ALO 4.2.1-2: Describe the basis of Eigen functions and System functions
4 ALO 4.2.1-3: Describe the application of Laplace Transform to LTI system analysis
13 ALO 4.2.1-4: Compute the Impulse response and Transfer function using Heaviside Expansion theorem
Unilateral Laplace Transform and Theorems 15 ALO 4.2.2-1: Define Unilateral Laplace Transform
20 ALO 4.2.2-2: Describe Initial and Final Value Theorem ALO 4.2.2-3: Explain System Response using Initial and Final Value Theorem
23 ALO 4.2.2-4: Describe Total Response and Transfer Function of System using Laplace Transform ALO 4.2.2-5: Calculate the solution of Differential Equation and Analysis System behavior
Introduction to Z – Transform 14 ALO 5.1.1-1: Define Z-Transform
14 ALO 5.1.1-2: Describe ROC of Z-Transform and its Properties
3 ALO 5.1.1-3: Describe the relationship between Discrete-Time Fourier Transform (DTFT) and Z-Transform
Z-Transform of Common Signals and Properties 46 ALO 5.1.2-1: Describe Properties of Z-Transform
41 ALO 5.1.2-2: Calculate Z-transform of Common Signals
Inverse Z Transforms using Power Series expansion and Partial fraction expansion 26 ALO 5.2.1-1: Describe Inverse Z-transform and Calculate Inverse Z-transform using Partial fraction expansion
14 ALO 5.2.1-2: Calculate Inverse Z-transform using Power Series expansion
Inverse Z-Transform Using Contour Integration and Residue Theorem 24 ALO 5.2.2-1: Calculate Inverse Z-transform using Contour Integration and Residue theorem
Unilateral Z-Transform and Theorems 11 ALO 5.3.1-1: Describe Unilateral Z-Transform
17 ALO 5.3.1-2: Describe Initial-Value Theorem and Final-Value Theorem
13 ALO 5.3.1-3: Find the solution of Difference Equation using Z-Transform ALO 5.3.1-4: Explain Transient- State Response and Steady-State Response
Application of Z-Transform 12 ALO 5.3.2-1: Explain Z-Domain Analysis of Discrete-Time LTI System
10 ALO 5.3.2-2: Calculate Impulse Response using Z-Transform ALO 5.3.2-3: Calculate Total Response and Transfer Function using Z-Transform

Session 8

Signals and Systems – Session 8
Session Topics : 4
Active Learning Outcomes : 14
Summary Quiz : 4
Video Play Time : ~5 Hours
Suggested Completion : 1 Topic Per Day
Topic Name Video Play Time (min) Learning Outcomes
Properties of DTFT and DTFT of Common Signals 30 ALO 6.1.1-1: Describe DTFT and its properties
30 ALO 6.1.1-2: Describe DTFT of Common Signals
18 ALO 6.1.1-2: Describe DTFT of Common Signals
Inverse DTFT and Hilbert Transform 11 ALO 6.1.2-1: Describe Parseval’s Theorem
20 ALO 6.1.2-2: Explain Inverse DTFT
6 ALO 6.1.2-3: Explain Convergence of DTFT
11 ALO 6.1.2-4: Describe Discrete Time Hilbert Transform
Introduction to DFT and its Properties 36 ALO 6.2.1-1: Define DFT
50 ALO 6.2.1-1: Define DFT
23 ALO 6.2.1-2: Describe properties of DFT and its Applications
3 ALO 6.2.1-3: Describe Convolution and its effect in the frequency domain
Multiplication of 2 DFT’s and Circular Convolution 19 ALO 6.2.2-1: Describe Discrete Fourier Series (DFS)
23 ALO 6.2.2-2: Explain Multiplication of 2DFT’s
34 ALO 6.2.2-3: Describe Circular Convolution