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Analog Electronics Part 2: Understand, Design And Simulate Transistors Based Circuits On Proteus Software
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Learn how to design and simulate transistor circuits on Proteus software with this course. Master the fundamentals of analog electronics. Enroll now!

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Meet Swarit Mahalsekar, the Biomedical engineer who has made it his mission to share his knowledge and skills in electronics with the world. As an experienced online instructor on multiple platforms, Swarit has helped countless students master the art of electronics. But that's not all – Swarit's passion for teaching led him to found "Practical Buddy," a platform dedicated to providing students with practical, hands-on experience in electronics. With his extensive background in completing e

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About This Course

Who this course is for:

  • This course suits biomedical, electrical, electronics, instrumentation, and robotics engineering students.
  • Curious minds eager to understand transistors, their functions, and applications.
  • Individuals with an interest in learning electronics from the ground up.
  • Enthusiasts seeking knowledge in analog electronics.

What you’ll learn: 

  • Gain clarity on the fundamentals of transistors.
  • Identify various types of transistors.
  • Skillfully design and analyze BJT circuits using Proteus.
  • Simulate BJT circuits effectively with Proteus software.
  • Grasp the concept of biasing and its necessity in transistor circuits.
  • Practice circuit simulation using Proteus.
  • Understand the characteristics of transistors.
  • Apply biasing techniques through numerical exercises.
  • Model BJT transistors proficiently.
  • Use transistors as switches.
  • Create amplifiers using transistors.
  • Embark on three mini-projects centered around transistors.


Every time you swipe your smartphone screen, marvel at the tiny miracles powering its intelligence – transistors. These microscopic wonders, switching on and off at lightning speed, serve as the backbone of modern electronics. Picture this: you wish to monitor your heart’s electrical activity using electrodes. You’ll need a circuit to filter and amplify the signal, made possible by transistors.

Do you dream of controlling a robot or a toy motor? You’ll require a circuit capable of toggling the motor, again facilitated by transistors. Even your smartphone’s complex computations owe gratitude to these electronic workhorses. Logic gates, crucial for processing binary data, are constructed using transistors.

Transistors are indispensable across various engineering domains, from biomedical to robotics. Hence, this course is designed to simplify their workings and unveil their versatile applications. Join us on this transformative journey and become a master of transistors in the realm of electronics.

Our Promise to You

By the end of this course, you will have learned about transistors and circuit simulation.

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Course Curriculum

Section 1 - Introduction
Course Trailer 00:00:00
Introduction 00:00:00
Importance Or Application Of Transistors 00:00:00
Section 2 - Understanding Basic Concepts Of Transistors
Definition Of Transistors 00:00:00
Types Of Transistors 00:00:00
Section 3 - Introduction To BJT Transistors
Symbol And Construction Of BJT Transistor 00:00:00
Why The Area Of Collector Region Is Greater Than The Emitter Region 00:00:00
Why NPN Transistor Is Preferred Over PNP? 00:00:00
Recognizing Terminals Of BJT 00:00:00
Configurations Of BJT 00:00:00
Understanding The Definition Of Transistor In Depth 00:00:00
Difference Between Ground And Negative Potential In Electronic Circuits 00:00:00
Introduction To Proteus Software 00:00:00
Section 4 - Input Characteristics Of BJT
Introduction To Input Characteristic And Understanding Case 1 00:00:00
Simulating Case 1 On The Proteus Software And Plotting The Results On The Graph 00:00:00
Input Characteristic And Understanding Case 2 00:00:00
Simulating Case 2 On The Proteus Software And Plotting The Results On The Graph 00:00:00
Section 5 - Output Characteristics Of BJT
Introduction To Output Characteristic And Understanding Case 1 00:00:00
Simulating Case 1 On The Proteus Software And Plotting The Results On The Graph 00:00:00
Understanding And Simulating Case 2 On The Proteus Software 00:00:00
Section 6 - What Is Beta Or Current Gain Of Transistor?
Understanding The Concept Of The Current Gain 00:00:00
Section 7 - What Are The Different Operating Regions Of Transistors?
Understanding How BJT Can Be Operated In Saturation, Cutoff And Active Region 00:00:00
Section 8 - What Is Biasing And Need Of Biasing Transistors
What Is Biasing? 00:00:00
Understand The Concept Of Load-Line And Q-Point 00:00:00
Why Transistors Are Biased? 00:00:00
Section 9 - Biasing Techniques Of Transistors
Fixed Biasing Technique 00:00:00
Modified Fixed Bias 00:00:00
Collector To Base Bias And Understanding Why It Is Known As A Self Bias Circuit 00:00:00
Voltage Divider Bias Technique 00:00:00
Why Voltage Divider Bias Is Known As Self Bias Circuit 00:00:00
Why There Is 180 Degree Phase Shift Between Input And Output Signal Of BJT 00:00:00
Section 10 - What Is Stability Factor?
Definition Of Stability Factor 00:00:00
Derivation Of Stability Factor 00:00:00
Stability Factor For Different Biasing Techniques 00:00:00
Section 11 - Numericals
Numerical 1 00:00:00
Numerical 2 00:00:00
Numerical 3 00:00:00
Section 12 - Mini-Project
Automated Brightness Controller Project 1 00:00:00
Automatic Street Light Controller Project 2 00:00:00
Implementing The Concept Of DJ Lights 00:00:00
Section 13 - Understanding Different Sources
Types Of Sources 00:00:00
Independent Ideal And Practical Voltage Source 00:00:00
Independent Ideal And Practical Current Source 00:00:00
Dependent Sources 00:00:00
Section 14 - Numericals On Dependent Sources
Numerical 1 00:00:00
Numerical 2 00:00:00
Numerical 3 00:00:00
Section 15 - Two Port Network And It's Application While Designing An Amplifier With BJT
Major Parameters Required For Designing Any Amplifier 00:00:00
BJT As 2-Port Network 00:00:00
Z-Parameter Or Open Circuit Impedance 00:00:00
Y-Parameter Or Short Circuit Admittance Parameter 00:00:00
ABCD-Parameter Or Transmission Parameter 00:00:00
H-Parameter Or Hybrid(Mixed)-Parameter 00:00:00
Section 16 - T-Model Of BJT
What Is The Significance Of T-Model Over H-Model? 00:00:00
Section 17 - R-Pi Model Of BJT
Introduction To R-Pi Model And Its Significance Over H And T-Model 00:00:00
Parameters Involved In R-Pi Model 00:00:00
Section 18 - Understanding And Analyzing Different Parameters To Design A CE Amplifier
Why Capacitor Is Connected Parallel To Emitter Resistance 00:00:00
Analyzing CE Amplifier 00:00:00
Section 19 - Numerical On BJT Amplifier
DC Analysis 00:00:00
AC Analysis 00:00:00
Section 20 - Understanding The Use Of Function Generator And Oscilloscope
What Is Function Generator And Oscilloscope 00:00:00
Implementing And Simulating Function Generator And Oscilloscope On Proteus Software 00:00:00
Understanding The Operation Of Four Voltage Channels Of Oscilloscope. 00:00:00
How To Calculate Voltage And Frequency Of Any Signal Using Oscilloscope 00:00:00
Section 21 - How To Design And Simulate CE Amplifier
Designing Of CE Amplifier Part 1 00:00:00
Designing Of CE Amplifier Part 2 00:00:00
Designing Of CE Amplifier Part 3 00:00:00
Designing Of CE Amplifier Part 4 00:00:00
Designing Of CE Amplifier Part 5 00:00:00

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