- Introduction to Resistors
- Introduction to Capacitors - Part 1
- Introduction to Capacitors - Part 2
- Introduction to Capacitors - Part 3
- Introduction to Energy Band Theory and Semiconductor types
My course session 1 covers the basics of semiconductors and its classifications
A resistor is a passive two-terminal electrical component that implements electrical resistance as a circuit element. In electronic circuits, resistors are used to reduce current flow, adjust signal levels, to divide voltages, bias active elements, and terminate transmission lines, among other uses.
Resistors in Serial & Parallel
Types of Resistors
A capacitor is a device that stores electrical energy in an electric field. It is a passive electronic component with two terminals. The effect of a capacitor is known as capacitance.
Capacitors in Serial & Parallel
Charging & Discharging of capacitor
Types of Capacitor
Derivation of Capacitance in each type
Derivation of energy stored in a capacitor
Derivation of energy density
Types of Capacitors (di-electric)
Reading capacitor value
A semiconductor can be considered a material having a conductivity ranging between that of an insulator and a conductor. A crucial property of semiconductors is the band-gap; a range of forbidden energies within the electronic structure of the material.
Energy bands, Valence electrons, and Covalent bonding
Classification of materials - conductors, semiconductors, insulators
Energy Band Diagram of conductors, semiconductors, insulators
Classification of Semiconductors
Classification of Extrinsic Semiconductors - P-type and N-type Semiconductors
Differences between Extrinsic and Intrinsic semiconductors
Differences between n-type and p-type semiconductors.
Section 2 of my course would cover
PN junction diode
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Rajana is a determined Professor, who began teaching in IHRD. She has experience of over 2+years in teaching Electronics.
Rajana is a University rank holder in her Bachelor of Technology (E&C) in the year 2014 and is a Master's in VLSI (MTech), 2016. She is a Distinction holder in her master's too.
Rajana is committed to build a strong sense of relationship with her students and also ensuring they understand the subjects easily, having fun and getting to know the basics really well. Rajana is driven to help students overcome barriers that impact their learning
I have no idea what was that. She is basically reading her lecture notes, that's all.
Very Beginning level, not much practical approach but theoretically it was good explanation.
In any course, I would like to see interaction with the student, in the form of little tests or small projects for the student to perform.