Course Content
Chapter 1: Circuit Analysis
This chapter consists of following topics; Kirchoff’s current and voltage law, concept of current source, voltage source, application of Kirchoff’s current and voltage law to simple circuits, Thevenin’s and Norton’s theorems and their applications
Chapter 2 _Semiconductors
This chapter following topics; Intrinsic and extrinsic semiconductors, formation of p-n junction, diode characteristics, diode as a rectifier, Zener diode, photodiode and LED
Syllabus: Physics (Electronics)
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Chapter 3: Bipolar Junction Transistor
Structure and working of bipolar junction transistor, CB, CC, CE configurations, CE mode characteristics, relation between α and β, Concept of transistor as an amplifier and transistor as a switch, DC load line and Q point
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Physics [B.Sc. CSIT II semester, FWU]
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