The Complete Electronics Course 2022: Analog Hardware Design

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The Complete Electronics Course 2022: Analog Hardware Design

The Complete Electronics Course 2022: Analog Hardware Design
Last updated 6/2022
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Over 30.000+ enrolled! Learn Electronics from Zero To An Advanced Understanding of How Circuits Work !

What you'll learn
Electronics from Zero to an Advanced Level of Understanding How Electronic Circuits Work.
Starting with Ohm's Law, we will progressively build more and more complex circuits.
More than 100+ circuits covered and explained.
Learn to build Analog Circuits from scratch.
A computer in order to simulate the circuits that we are going to build together.
A basic understanding of mathematics.
This course covers two years of knowledge that you could acquire if you were attending a BSc so you will need to have a bit of patience.
A moderate understanding of English even though the author tries to explain everything as simply as possible.
Have you ever wondered why understanding electronics is difficult? Is it because electronics is really that difficult? Or is it because teachers' explanations are difficult to understand and they use outdated teaching methods? Whatever is the case, Hardware Academy is here to provide high-quality courses that will cover 2 years of educational courses that you could get by attending a BSc in Electrical Engineering. We will start from the fundamentals and as we progress, we will try to understand more and more complicated circuits (which you will find out later that there are not even that complicated !). Each chapter will have multiple exercises (questions with multiple answers) that you will have to complete (like a test) so that we know if you have paid attention or not and if you succeed,  you can proceed further with the courses. The simulator that we will use is available for free for everyone and based on multiple reviews, the simulator that we are going to use is the best tool if you want to understand how circuits work! (and it's so much fun to use it ! ) We can guarantee that you will understand each course since we tried hard to explain in the most coherent way (also in the simplest way but at the same time reaching more complex topics)  using one of the best software to simulate the circuits which will be an eye-opener for you. Start learning Electronics with us today!


Section 1: Welcome to Electronics !

Lecture 1 Introduction

Lecture 2 The Story of Electricity

Lecture 3 What is Electricity ?

Lecture 4 What is Electric Current ?

Lecture 5 What is Electronics ?

Lecture 6 Looking inside Electronic Devices

Section 2: Understanding Electricity

Lecture 7 What you will learn

Lecture 8 Pondering the Wonder of Electricity

Lecture 9 Atoms Introduction

Lecture 10 Examining the Elements - Periodic Table

Lecture 11 Charge and Electromagnetism

Lecture 12 Conductors and Insulators

Lecture 13 Electric Current Flow

Section 3: Simulator Tutorial

Lecture 14 Setting up the simulator

Lecture 15 How to get started !


Lecture 16 So, what is voltage anyway?

Lecture 17 Direct Current(DC) vs Alternating Current(AC)

Lecture 18 How to measure voltage and current in a circuit?

Lecture 19 Resistor Introduction

Lecture 20 Resistors in Series & Parallel

Lecture 21 Ohm's Law

Lecture 22 What is voltage drop in an electric circuit?

Lecture 23 Voltage Divider

Lecture 24 Voltage Divider under Load

Lecture 25 Light Emitting Diode (LED)

Lecture 26 Current Limiting Resistor with LED

Section 5: Kirchhoff's circuit laws

Lecture 27 Why we need Kirchhoff's circuit laws ?

Lecture 28 Kirchhoff's Rules

Lecture 29 Kirchhoff's Current Law

Lecture 30 Kirchhoff's Voltage Law

Lecture 31 Problem-Solving Strategy: Kirchhoff's Rules

Lecture 32 Circuit Analysis using Kirchhoff's Rules - Part I

Lecture 33 Circuit Analysis using Kirchhoff's Rules - Part II

Section 6: Electric Power P[W] Fundamentals

Lecture 34 Electric Power - Introduction

Lecture 35 Wattage

Lecture 36 Calculating Power

Lecture 37 Resistor Power Ratings

Section 7: Alternating Current (AC)

Lecture 38 Why we get AC signal from the wall-socket ?

Lecture 39 AC - Important Characteristics

Lecture 40 Root mean square voltage (Vrms)

Section 8: Capacitors

Lecture 41 Capacitor Introduction

Lecture 42 How a Capacitor Is Made

Lecture 43 Types of Capacitors

Lecture 44 How a Capacitor Works (in a DC circuit)

Lecture 45 Calculating Charge, Voltage, and Current

Lecture 46 Capacitor in an AC circuit

Lecture 47 Impedance and Reactance of a Capacitor

Lecture 48 Caps w/ Various Frequencies (Impedance Overview)

Lecture 49 Caps of Various Capacitances

Lecture 50 Coupling capacitors

Lecture 51 Decoupling capacitors

Lecture 52 Why to place multiple bypass capacitors in parallel?

Lecture 53 Smoothing capacitors

Section 9: RC Time Constant

Lecture 54 RC Time Constant

Lecture 55 RC Circuits: Charging,Discharging,Signal Filtering

Lecture 56 Application Examples

Section 10: Inductors

Lecture 57 Inductor - Introduction

Lecture 58 Types of Inductors

Lecture 59 Inductors in Series and Parallel

Lecture 60 Inductor Behavior in a DC circuit

Lecture 61 What is back E.M.F and how to control it?

Lecture 62 Inductor Behavior in an AC circuit

Lecture 63 Inductive Reactance

Lecture 64 Inductors w/ Various Frequencies

Lecture 65 Inductors of Various Inductances

Lecture 66 Impedances of Same Magnitude

Lecture 67 Series RLC Resonance

Lecture 68 Transformers - (Step-Down, Step-Up, Isolation)

Lecture 69 Long-Distance Power Transmission

Section 11: Diodes

Lecture 70 Diode Introduction

Lecture 71 Operating Regions of a Diode

Lecture 72 Looking into the datasheet

Lecture 73 Types of Diodes

Lecture 74 Current through a diode

Lecture 75 Diode as voltage reference

Lecture 76 Identifying the terminals of a real-life diode

Lecture 77 Half-Wave Rectifier Circuit /w Filter Capacitor

Lecture 78 Full-Wave Rectifier - Center Tapped and Diode Bridge

Lecture 79 Voltage Multiplier, Voltage Doubler, Tripler

Lecture 80 Signal Rectifier, Diode Gates, Diode Clamp circuits

Lecture 81 Zener diodes and its applications

Section 12: More Circuits with Diodes !

Lecture 82 Diode Limiter (Clapping Circuit)

Lecture 83 Clamper Circuit (DC Restoration)

Lecture 84 Spike Generator (Using RC Circuit)

Lecture 85 Voltage Doubler / Tripler

Section 13: Input and Output Impedance of a Circuit

Lecture 86 Input Impedance of a Circuit

Lecture 87 Output Impedance of a Circuit

Lecture 88 Impedance Matching (Transmission Line)

Lecture 89 How to measure the input impedance

Lecture 90 How to measure the output impedance

Section 14: First order filters

Lecture 91 What is a filter?

Lecture 92 RC Low Pass Filter

Lecture 93 RL Low Pass Filter

Lecture 94 What is the -3db point?

Lecture 95 How to calculate filter response ?

Lecture 96 Second order Low Pass Filter

Lecture 97 High-pass RC filter

Lecture 98 High-pass RL filter

Lecture 99 Band-pass filter - Introduction

Lecture 100 RLC Band-pass filter

Section 15: More Advanced Filters

Lecture 101 Band-Pass Filter - Review

Lecture 102 Notch Filter and Twin-T Filter

Lecture 103 L, T and π topology filters

Lecture 104 Crossover Filter

Lecture 105 Butterworth , Bessel , Chebyshev , Elliptic filter

Section 16: Radio and Signal Modulation

Lecture 106 What is a communication channel ?

Lecture 107 What are Radio Waves ?

Lecture 108 Introduction to Radio Communications Principles

Lecture 109 How do repeaters work ?

Lecture 110 Radio Transmission

Lecture 111 Radio Receiver

Lecture 112 The purpose of modulation

Lecture 113 AM Modulation

Lecture 114 AM Transmitter and Receiver Circuit

Lecture 115 Types of Modulation - Part I

Lecture 116 Types of Modulation - Part II

Lecture 117 Types of Modulation - Part III

Section 17: Miscellaneous stuff

Lecture 118 Relays (Mechanical Relays and MOS FET Relays)

Lecture 119 RC Differentiator

Lecture 120 Wheatstone Bridge Explained

Lecture 121 Series RLC (Oscillating vs Dumped)

Section 18: Transistors Fundamentals

Lecture 122 Why were transistors invented?

Lecture 123 Looking inside a transistor

Lecture 124 Basic NPN transistor circuit

Lecture 125 Basic PNP transistor circuit

Lecture 126 What's the advantage of using a transistor as a switch?

Lecture 127 Operation Modes: Saturation

Lecture 128 Operation Modes: Cut off

Lecture 129 Operation Modes: Forward Active

Lecture 130 Current Gain/Amplification Factor

Lecture 131 How to counter the differences in β

Lecture 132 Variations on a theme - High Side Switching

Lecture 133 Pulse generator - part I

Lecture 134 Pulse generator - part II

Lecture 135 Pulse generator - part III (Adding Schmitt Trigger)

Lecture 136 Emitter Follower

Lecture 137 Impedance of sources and loads

Lecture 138 How to build an emitter follower ? - Part I

Lecture 139 How to build an emitter follower ? - Part II

Lecture 140 Emitter follower drives high-power LED

Lecture 141 Emitter Follower as Voltage Regulator

Section 19: Review + More Circuits with Transistors!

Lecture 142 Beginning: NPN vs PNP (Similarities + Differences)

Lecture 143 NPN Transistor How it works (Diode Model)

Lecture 144 PNP Transistor: How it works (Diode Model)

Lecture 145 Emitter Follower (INPUT AND OUTPUT IMPEDANCE) Part 1

Lecture 146 Emitter Follower (INPUT AND OUTPUT IMPEDANCE) Part 2

Lecture 147 Input and Output Coupling Capacitor

Lecture 148 Bypass Capacitor in Common-Emitter Amplifiers PART I

Lecture 149 Bypass Capacitor in Common-Emitter Amplifiers PART II

Section 20: Transistor Circuits

Lecture 150 Current Source - Introduction

Lecture 151 How to design a current source?

Lecture 152 How to design a common-emitter amplifier?

Lecture 153 Current Mirror

Lecture 154 Differential amplifier - Part 1

Lecture 155 Differential amplifier - Part 2

Section 21: Audio amplifier classes

Lecture 156 Decibel

Lecture 157 Power amplifier classes - Introduction

Lecture 158 Class A,B,AB,C,D - Theory

Lecture 159 Simulation - PART I (Class A and introduction to Class B)

Lecture 160 Simulation - PART 2 (Class B and AB)

Lecture 161 Simulation - PART 3 (Class D)

Section 22: Other circuits using BJT

Lecture 162 Astable Multivibrator

Lecture 163 Monostable Multivibrator

Lecture 164 Bistable Multivibrator

Lecture 165 Schmitt Trigger

Lecture 166 Colpitts Oscillator (Postive Feedback explained)

Section 23: Linear Power Supply Design

Lecture 167 Power Supplies Introduction (Block Diagram of a Linear Power Supply)

Lecture 168 How NOT to design a power supply

Lecture 169 Emitter Follower using Darlington Pair

Lecture 170 Transistor Based Power Supply (1.3V - 50V) Part I

Lecture 171 Transistor Based Power Supply (1.3V - 50V) Part II

Lecture 172 Split Power Supply Design (+12V & -12V)

Section 24: Operational Amplifier (Op-Amp) - Fundamentals

Lecture 173 Introduction (Op-Amp as Comparator)

Lecture 174 Op-Amp Buffer Circuit

Lecture 175 When a Circuit Needs Buffering

Lecture 176 How to increase the current of a buffer circuit?

Lecture 177 Non-Inverting Amplifier

Lecture 178 Inverting Amplifier

Lecture 179 Single Ended Inverting Amplifier

Lecture 180 Gain-BandWidth Product

Lecture 181 Cascading Op-amps For Improved Bandwidth

Section 25: Op-Amp Arithmetic Circuits

Lecture 182 Inverting Op-Amp Adder

Lecture 183 Non-Inverting Op-Amp Adder

Lecture 184 What is the use of an op-amp adder?

Lecture 185 Differential amplifier /with and without improvement/

Lecture 186 What are differential amplifier used for?

Lecture 187 Op-Amp Integrator PART I

Lecture 188 Op-Amp Integrator PART II

Lecture 189 Op-Amp Differentiator

Section 26: Op-Amp Based Precision Rectifiers

Lecture 190 Regular Rectifier vs Precision Rectifier

Lecture 191 Basic Half-Wave Precision Rectifier

Lecture 192 Gain Controller Precision Half-Wave Rectifier

Section 27: BONUS! - Common Op-Amp Based Circuits

Lecture 193 Peak Detector Circuit

Lecture 194 I-V Converter

Lecture 195 Building a Schmitt Trigger using Op-Amp

Section 28: Linear Voltage Regulator

Lecture 196 Linear Voltage Regulator ICs

Lecture 197 LM317 Based Variable Power Supply

Lecture 198 Different circuits that you can build with LM317

Lecture 199 Building a linear voltage regulator

Section 29: MOSFETs

Lecture 200 Types of Transistors

Lecture 201 MOSFET General Overview

Lecture 202 N-channel Mosfet (enhancement)

Section 30: N-channel MOSFET Characteristic Curve

Lecture 203 Cutoff Region

Lecture 204 Ohmic/Linear Region

Lecture 205 Saturation Region

Lecture 206 Breakdown Region


Section 31: DC-to-DC Switching Converters

Lecture 208 Types of switching regulators

Lecture 209 Buck Converter (Working Principle)

Lecture 210 Buck Converter (Simulation + Datasheet)

Lecture 211 Boost Converter (Working Principle)

Lecture 212 Boost Converter (Simulation + Datasheet)

Lecture 213 Linear vs Switching Regulator Efficiency

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