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video Lectures on "Active Filter Design" by Dr.Shanthi Pavan , IIT Madras

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Lecture 1 - Course overview and introduction.

Lecture 2 - The Butterworth approximation

Lecture 3 - The Chebyshev approximation

Lecture 4 - The Chebyshev approximation (contd)

Lecture 5 - The Chebyshev approximation (contd), the Inverse Chebyshev approximation

Lecture 6 - The Inverse Chebyshev approximation (contd).

Lecture 7 - Synthesis of doubly terminated all-pole LC ladders filters

Lecture 8 - Synthesis of doubly terminated LC ladders (contd).

Lecture 9 - Synthesis of doubly terminated LC ladders with finite zeros of transmission.

Lecture 10 - Network sensitivity - low sensitivity of doubly terminated ladders

Lecture 11 - Introduction to frequency transformations.

Lecture 12 - Frequency (reactance) transformations (contd) - properties of the driving

impedance of lossless LC networks- Tellegen's theorem and positive real functions.

Lecture 13 - Driving point impedance of LC networks (contd), Low Pass-to-Low Pass, Low

Pass-to-Band Pass, Low Pass-to-High Pass and Low Pass-to-Band Stop transformations

Lecture 14 - The Richard's Transformation, RC-CR transformation

Lecture 15 - Emulation of an inductor with a capacitor and controlled sources, the

gyrator, a second order transconductor capacitor filter.

Lecture 16 - Cascade of biquads realization of high order low pass filters, equivalence

of the parallel RLC and series RLC circuits with their Gm-C counterparts.

Lecture 17 - The idea of Dynamic Range in active filters - impedance scaling and its

effect on dynamic range

Lecture 18 - Introduction to noise in electrical networks.

Lecture 19 - Introduction to noise in electrical networks (contd), the idea of node

scaling.

Lecture 20 - Dynamic range scaling in active filters.

Lecture 21 - Biquad Ordering.

Lecture 22 - Active Ladder Emulation / Leapfrog Filters, Effect of Transconductor

nonidelaities (parasitic capacitance/output resistance).

Lecture 23 - Effect of Transconductor Nonidealities (contd) - parasitic poles.

Lecture 24 - Viewing the Gm-C biquad as a Double Integrator Loop, Revisiting the Effect

of Finite Gain of the Transconductors.

Lecture 25 - Single-ended Versus Differential Filters, Introducing the Differential-pair

Based Fully Differential Transconductor, the Need for Common-mode Feedback

Lecture 26 - Common-mode Feedback (continued).

Lecture 27 - Common-mode Feedback (continued), examples of Common-mode Detectors.

Lecture 28 - Stability of the Common-mode Feedback Loop

Lecture 29 - Common-mode Positive Feedback in Gyrators.

Lecture 30 - Common-mode Positive Feedback in Gyrators (contd), Noise in the

Differential Pair.

Lecture 31 - Noise in the Differential Pair (contd), Linearity of the Differential Pair,

Cascoding to Improve Output Impedance

Lecture 32 - Noise in Cascodes, Layout Considerations and Multi-finger Transistors.

Lecture 33 - Linearizing the Differential Pair, Resistive Degeneration.

Lecture 34 - Noise in Degenerated Transconductors, The Folded Cascode and Noise Analysis

Lecture 35 - Stabilizing filter bandwidth over process and temperature - the resistor

servo loop, master-slave loops.

Lecture 36 - Turning the filter into a VCO to estimate center frequency, example of a

practical precision fixed-gm bias circuit.

Lecture 37 - Introduction to accurate measurement and characterization techniques for

active filters.

Lecture 38 - Introduction to Active-RC filters.

Lecture 39 - Active-RC filters (contd), the use of an OTA instead of an opamp, swing and

noise considerations, single stage OTAs

Lecture 40 - Multistage OTAs for use in CMOS Active-RC filters.

Lecture 41 - The Miller compensated opamp in active-RC filters, noise considerations,

noise in active-RC filters .

Lecture 42 - Distortion and Intermodulation in filters, miscellaneous discussion on

fixed gm-bias circuits

video lectures from iit professors.... not available in NPTEL.....

video Lectures on "Active Filter Design" by Dr.Shanthi Pavan , IIT Madras

for more videos .... www.satishkashyap.com

for free ebooks.....www.ebook29.blogspot.com

Lecture 1 - Course overview and introduction.

Lecture 2 - The Butterworth approximation

Lecture 3 - The Chebyshev approximation

Lecture 4 - The Chebyshev approximation (contd)

Lecture 5 - The Chebyshev approximation (contd), the Inverse Chebyshev approximation

Lecture 6 - The Inverse Chebyshev approximation (contd).

Lecture 7 - Synthesis of doubly terminated all-pole LC ladders filters

Lecture 8 - Synthesis of doubly terminated LC ladders (contd).

Lecture 9 - Synthesis of doubly terminated LC ladders with finite zeros of transmission.

Lecture 10 - Network sensitivity - low sensitivity of doubly terminated ladders

Lecture 11 - Introduction to frequency transformations.

Lecture 12 - Frequency (reactance) transformations (contd) - properties of the driving

impedance of lossless LC networks- Tellegen's theorem and positive real functions.

Lecture 13 - Driving point impedance of LC networks (contd), Low Pass-to-Low Pass, Low

Pass-to-Band Pass, Low Pass-to-High Pass and Low Pass-to-Band Stop transformations

Lecture 14 - The Richard's Transformation, RC-CR transformation

Lecture 15 - Emulation of an inductor with a capacitor and controlled sources, the

gyrator, a second order transconductor capacitor filter.

Lecture 16 - Cascade of biquads realization of high order low pass filters, equivalence

of the parallel RLC and series RLC circuits with their Gm-C counterparts.

Lecture 17 - The idea of Dynamic Range in active filters - impedance scaling and its

effect on dynamic range

Lecture 18 - Introduction to noise in electrical networks.

Lecture 19 - Introduction to noise in electrical networks (contd), the idea of node

scaling.

Lecture 20 - Dynamic range scaling in active filters.

Lecture 21 - Biquad Ordering.

Lecture 22 - Active Ladder Emulation / Leapfrog Filters, Effect of Transconductor

nonidelaities (parasitic capacitance/output resistance).

Lecture 23 - Effect of Transconductor Nonidealities (contd) - parasitic poles.

Lecture 24 - Viewing the Gm-C biquad as a Double Integrator Loop, Revisiting the Effect

of Finite Gain of the Transconductors.

Lecture 25 - Single-ended Versus Differential Filters, Introducing the Differential-pair

Based Fully Differential Transconductor, the Need for Common-mode Feedback

Lecture 26 - Common-mode Feedback (continued).

Lecture 27 - Common-mode Feedback (continued), examples of Common-mode Detectors.

Lecture 28 - Stability of the Common-mode Feedback Loop

Lecture 29 - Common-mode Positive Feedback in Gyrators.

Lecture 30 - Common-mode Positive Feedback in Gyrators (contd), Noise in the

Differential Pair.

Lecture 31 - Noise in the Differential Pair (contd), Linearity of the Differential Pair,

Cascoding to Improve Output Impedance

Lecture 32 - Noise in Cascodes, Layout Considerations and Multi-finger Transistors.

Lecture 33 - Linearizing the Differential Pair, Resistive Degeneration.

Lecture 34 - Noise in Degenerated Transconductors, The Folded Cascode and Noise Analysis

Lecture 35 - Stabilizing filter bandwidth over process and temperature - the resistor

servo loop, master-slave loops.

Lecture 36 - Turning the filter into a VCO to estimate center frequency, example of a

practical precision fixed-gm bias circuit.

Lecture 37 - Introduction to accurate measurement and characterization techniques for

active filters.

Lecture 38 - Introduction to Active-RC filters.

Lecture 39 - Active-RC filters (contd), the use of an OTA instead of an opamp, swing and

noise considerations, single stage OTAs

Lecture 40 - Multistage OTAs for use in CMOS Active-RC filters.

Lecture 41 - The Miller compensated opamp in active-RC filters, noise considerations,

noise in active-RC filters .

Lecture 42 - Distortion and Intermodulation in filters, miscellaneous discussion on

fixed gm-bias circuits

video lectures from iit professors.... not available in NPTEL.....

video Lectures on "Active Filter Design" by Dr.Shanthi Pavan , IIT Madras

for more videos .... www.satishkashyap.com

for free ebooks.....www.ebook29.blogspot.com

Lecture 1 - Course overview and introduction.

Lecture 2 - The Butterworth approximation

Lecture 3 - The Chebyshev approximation

Lecture 4 - The Chebyshev approximation (contd)

Lecture 5 - The Chebyshev approximation (contd), the Inverse Chebyshev approximation

Lecture 6 - The Inverse Chebyshev approximation (contd).

Lecture 7 - Synthesis of doubly terminated all-pole LC ladders filters

Lecture 8 - Synthesis of doubly terminated LC ladders (contd).

Lecture 9 - Synthesis of doubly terminated LC ladders with finite zeros of transmission.

Lecture 10 - Network sensitivity - low sensitivity of doubly terminated ladders

Lecture 11 - Introduction to frequency transformations.

Lecture 12 - Frequency (reactance) transformations (contd) - properties of the driving

impedance of lossless LC networks- Tellegen's theorem and positive real functions.

Lecture 13 - Driving point impedance of LC networks (contd), Low Pass-to-Low Pass, Low

Pass-to-Band Pass, Low Pass-to-High Pass and Low Pass-to-Band Stop transformations

Lecture 14 - The Richard's Transformation, RC-CR transformation

Lecture 15 - Emulation of an inductor with a capacitor and controlled sources, the

gyrator, a second order transconductor capacitor filter.

Lecture 16 - Cascade of biquads realization of high order low pass filters, equivalence

of the parallel RLC and series RLC circuits with their Gm-C counterparts.

Lecture 17 - The idea of Dynamic Range in active filters - impedance scaling and its

effect on dynamic range

Lecture 18 - Introduction to noise in electrical networks.

Lecture 19 - Introduction to noise in electrical networks (contd), the idea of node

scaling.

Lecture 20 - Dynamic range scaling in active filters.

Lecture 21 - Biquad Ordering.

Lecture 22 - Active Ladder Emulation / Leapfrog Filters, Effect of Transconductor

nonidelaities (parasitic capacitance/output resistance).

Lecture 23 - Effect of Transconductor Nonidealities (contd) - parasitic poles.

Lecture 24 - Viewing the Gm-C biquad as a Double Integrator Loop, Revisiting the Effect

of Finite Gain of the Transconductors.

Lecture 25 - Single-ended Versus Differential Filters, Introducing the Differential-pair

Based Fully Differential Transconductor, the Need for Common-mode Feedback

Lecture 26 - Common-mode Feedback (continued).

Lecture 27 - Common-mode Feedback (continued), examples of Common-mode Detectors.

Lecture 28 - Stability of the Common-mode Feedback Loop

Lecture 29 - Common-mode Positive Feedback in Gyrators.

Lecture 30 - Common-mode Positive Feedback in Gyrators (contd), Noise in the

Differential Pair.

Lecture 31 - Noise in the Differential Pair (contd), Linearity of the Differential Pair,

Cascoding to Improve Output Impedance

Lecture 32 - Noise in Cascodes, Layout Considerations and Multi-finger Transistors.

Lecture 33 - Linearizing the Differential Pair, Resistive Degeneration.

Lecture 34 - Noise in Degenerated Transconductors, The Folded Cascode and Noise Analysis

Lecture 35 - Stabilizing filter bandwidth over process and temperature - the resistor

servo loop, master-slave loops.

Lecture 36 - Turning the filter into a VCO to estimate center frequency, example of a

practical precision fixed-gm bias circuit.

Lecture 37 - Introduction to accurate measurement and characterization techniques for

active filters.

Lecture 38 - Introduction to Active-RC filters.

Lecture 39 - Active-RC filters (contd), the use of an OTA instead of an opamp, swing and

noise considerations, single stage OTAs

Lecture 40 - Multistage OTAs for use in CMOS Active-RC filters.

Lecture 41 - The Miller compensated opamp in active-RC filters, noise considerations,

noise in active-RC filters .

Lecture 42 - Distortion and Intermodulation in filters, miscellaneous discussion on

fixed gm-bias circuits

video Lectures on "Active Filter Design" by Dr.Shanthi Pavan , IIT Madras

for more videos .... www.satishkashyap.com

for free ebooks.....www.ebook29.blogspot.com

Lecture 1 - Course overview and introduction.

Lecture 2 - The Butterworth approximation

Lecture 3 - The Chebyshev approximation

Lecture 4 - The Chebyshev approximation (contd)

Lecture 5 - The Chebyshev approximation (contd), the Inverse Chebyshev approximation

Lecture 6 - The Inverse Chebyshev approximation (contd).

Lecture 7 - Synthesis of doubly terminated all-pole LC ladders filters

Lecture 8 - Synthesis of doubly terminated LC ladders (contd).

Lecture 9 - Synthesis of doubly terminated LC ladders with finite zeros of transmission.

Lecture 10 - Network sensitivity - low sensitivity of doubly terminated ladders

Lecture 11 - Introduction to frequency transformations.

Lecture 12 - Frequency (reactance) transformations (contd) - properties of the driving

impedance of lossless LC networks- Tellegen's theorem and positive real functions.

Lecture 13 - Driving point impedance of LC networks (contd), Low Pass-to-Low Pass, Low

Pass-to-Band Pass, Low Pass-to-High Pass and Low Pass-to-Band Stop transformations

Lecture 14 - The Richard's Transformation, RC-CR transformation

Lecture 15 - Emulation of an inductor with a capacitor and controlled sources, the

gyrator, a second order transconductor capacitor filter.

Lecture 16 - Cascade of biquads realization of high order low pass filters, equivalence

of the parallel RLC and series RLC circuits with their Gm-C counterparts.

Lecture 17 - The idea of Dynamic Range in active filters - impedance scaling and its

effect on dynamic range

Lecture 18 - Introduction to noise in electrical networks.

Lecture 19 - Introduction to noise in electrical networks (contd), the idea of node

scaling.

Lecture 20 - Dynamic range scaling in active filters.

Lecture 21 - Biquad Ordering.

Lecture 22 - Active Ladder Emulation / Leapfrog Filters, Effect of Transconductor

nonidelaities (parasitic capacitance/output resistance).

Lecture 23 - Effect of Transconductor Nonidealities (contd) - parasitic poles.

Lecture 24 - Viewing the Gm-C biquad as a Double Integrator Loop, Revisiting the Effect

of Finite Gain of the Transconductors.

Lecture 25 - Single-ended Versus Differential Filters, Introducing the Differential-pair

Based Fully Differential Transconductor, the Need for Common-mode Feedback

Lecture 26 - Common-mode Feedback (continued).

Lecture 27 - Common-mode Feedback (continued), examples of Common-mode Detectors.

Lecture 28 - Stability of the Common-mode Feedback Loop

Lecture 29 - Common-mode Positive Feedback in Gyrators.

Lecture 30 - Common-mode Positive Feedback in Gyrators (contd), Noise in the

Differential Pair.

Lecture 31 - Noise in the Differential Pair (contd), Linearity of the Differential Pair,

Cascoding to Improve Output Impedance

Lecture 32 - Noise in Cascodes, Layout Considerations and Multi-finger Transistors.

Lecture 33 - Linearizing the Differential Pair, Resistive Degeneration.

Lecture 34 - Noise in Degenerated Transconductors, The Folded Cascode and Noise Analysis

Lecture 35 - Stabilizing filter bandwidth over process and temperature - the resistor

servo loop, master-slave loops.

Lecture 36 - Turning the filter into a VCO to estimate center frequency, example of a

practical precision fixed-gm bias circuit.

Lecture 37 - Introduction to accurate measurement and characterization techniques for

active filters.

Lecture 38 - Introduction to Active-RC filters.

Lecture 39 - Active-RC filters (contd), the use of an OTA instead of an opamp, swing and

noise considerations, single stage OTAs

Lecture 40 - Multistage OTAs for use in CMOS Active-RC filters.

Lecture 41 - The Miller compensated opamp in active-RC filters, noise considerations,

noise in active-RC filters .

Lecture 42 - Distortion and Intermodulation in filters, miscellaneous discussion on

fixed gm-bias circuits

video Lectures on "Active Filter Design" by Dr.Shanthi Pavan , IIT Madras

for more videos .... www.satishkashyap.com

for free ebooks.....www.ebook29.blogspot.com

Lecture 1 - Course overview and introduction.

Lecture 2 - The Butterworth approximation

Lecture 3 - The Chebyshev approximation

Lecture 4 - The Chebyshev approximation (contd)

Lecture 5 - The Chebyshev approximation (contd), the Inverse Chebyshev approximation

Lecture 6 - The Inverse Chebyshev approximation (contd).

Lecture 7 - Synthesis of doubly terminated all-pole LC ladders filters

Lecture 8 - Synthesis of doubly terminated LC ladders (contd).

Lecture 9 - Synthesis of doubly terminated LC ladders with finite zeros of transmission.

Lecture 10 - Network sensitivity - low sensitivity of doubly terminated ladders

Lecture 11 - Introduction to frequency transformations.

Lecture 12 - Frequency (reactance) transformations (contd) - properties of the driving

impedance of lossless LC networks- Tellegen's theorem and positive real functions.

Lecture 13 - Driving point impedance of LC networks (contd), Low Pass-to-Low Pass, Low

Pass-to-Band Pass, Low Pass-to-High Pass and Low Pass-to-Band Stop transformations

Lecture 14 - The Richard's Transformation, RC-CR transformation

Lecture 15 - Emulation of an inductor with a capacitor and controlled sources, the

gyrator, a second order transconductor capacitor filter.

Lecture 16 - Cascade of biquads realization of high order low pass filters, equivalence

of the parallel RLC and series RLC circuits with their Gm-C counterparts.

Lecture 17 - The idea of Dynamic Range in active filters - impedance scaling and its

effect on dynamic range

Lecture 18 - Introduction to noise in electrical networks.

Lecture 19 - Introduction to noise in electrical networks (contd), the idea of node

scaling.

Lecture 20 - Dynamic range scaling in active filters.

Lecture 21 - Biquad Ordering.

Lecture 22 - Active Ladder Emulation / Leapfrog Filters, Effect of Transconductor

nonidelaities (parasitic capacitance/output resistance).

Lecture 23 - Effect of Transconductor Nonidealities (contd) - parasitic poles.

Lecture 24 - Viewing the Gm-C biquad as a Double Integrator Loop, Revisiting the Effect

of Finite Gain of the Transconductors.

Lecture 25 - Single-ended Versus Differential Filters, Introducing the Differential-pair

Based Fully Differential Transconductor, the Need for Common-mode Feedback

Lecture 26 - Common-mode Feedback (continued).

Lecture 27 - Common-mode Feedback (continued), examples of Common-mode Detectors.

Lecture 28 - Stability of the Common-mode Feedback Loop

Lecture 29 - Common-mode Positive Feedback in Gyrators.

Lecture 30 - Common-mode Positive Feedback in Gyrators (contd), Noise in the

Differential Pair.

Lecture 31 - Noise in the Differential Pair (contd), Linearity of the Differential Pair,

Cascoding to Improve Output Impedance

Lecture 32 - Noise in Cascodes, Layout Considerations and Multi-finger Transistors.

Lecture 33 - Linearizing the Differential Pair, Resistive Degeneration.

Lecture 34 - Noise in Degenerated Transconductors, The Folded Cascode and Noise Analysis

Lecture 35 - Stabilizing filter bandwidth over process and temperature - the resistor

servo loop, master-slave loops.

Lecture 36 - Turning the filter into a VCO to estimate center frequency, example of a

practical precision fixed-gm bias circuit.

Lecture 37 - Introduction to accurate measurement and characterization techniques for

active filters.

Lecture 38 - Introduction to Active-RC filters.

Lecture 39 - Active-RC filters (contd), the use of an OTA instead of an opamp, swing and

noise considerations, single stage OTAs

Lecture 40 - Multistage OTAs for use in CMOS Active-RC filters.

Lecture 41 - The Miller compensated opamp in active-RC filters, noise considerations,

noise in active-RC filters .

Lecture 42 - Distortion and Intermodulation in filters, miscellaneous discussion on

fixed gm-bias circuits

video Lectures on "Active Filter Design" by Dr.Shanthi Pavan , IIT Madras

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Lecture 1 - Course overview and introduction.

Lecture 2 - The Butterworth approximation

Lecture 3 - The Chebyshev approximation

Lecture 4 - The Chebyshev approximation (contd)

Lecture 5 - The Chebyshev approximation (contd), the Inverse Chebyshev approximation

Lecture 6 - The Inverse Chebyshev approximation (contd).

Lecture 7 - Synthesis of doubly terminated all-pole LC ladders filters

Lecture 8 - Synthesis of doubly terminated LC ladders (contd).

Lecture 9 - Synthesis of doubly terminated LC ladders with finite zeros of transmission.

Lecture 10 - Network sensitivity - low sensitivity of doubly terminated ladders

Lecture 11 - Introduction to frequency transformations.

Lecture 12 - Frequency (reactance) transformations (contd) - properties of the driving

impedance of lossless LC networks- Tellegen's theorem and positive real functions.

Lecture 13 - Driving point impedance of LC networks (contd), Low Pass-to-Low Pass, Low

Pass-to-Band Pass, Low Pass-to-High Pass and Low Pass-to-Band Stop transformations

Lecture 14 - The Richard's Transformation, RC-CR transformation

Lecture 15 - Emulation of an inductor with a capacitor and controlled sources, the

gyrator, a second order transconductor capacitor filter.

Lecture 16 - Cascade of biquads realization of high order low pass filters, equivalence

of the parallel RLC and series RLC circuits with their Gm-C counterparts.

Lecture 17 - The idea of Dynamic Range in active filters - impedance scaling and its

effect on dynamic range

Lecture 18 - Introduction to noise in electrical networks.

Lecture 19 - Introduction to noise in electrical networks (contd), the idea of node

scaling.

Lecture 20 - Dynamic range scaling in active filters.

Lecture 21 - Biquad Ordering.

Lecture 22 - Active Ladder Emulation / Leapfrog Filters, Effect of Transconductor

nonidelaities (parasitic capacitance/output resistance).

Lecture 23 - Effect of Transconductor Nonidealities (contd) - parasitic poles.

Lecture 24 - Viewing the Gm-C biquad as a Double Integrator Loop, Revisiting the Effect

of Finite Gain of the Transconductors.

Lecture 25 - Single-ended Versus Differential Filters, Introducing the Differential-pair

Based Fully Differential Transconductor, the Need for Common-mode Feedback

Lecture 26 - Common-mode Feedback (continued).

Lecture 27 - Common-mode Feedback (continued), examples of Common-mode Detectors.

Lecture 28 - Stability of the Common-mode Feedback Loop

Lecture 29 - Common-mode Positive Feedback in Gyrators.

Lecture 30 - Common-mode Positive Feedback in Gyrators (contd), Noise in the

Differential Pair.

Lecture 31 - Noise in the Differential Pair (contd), Linearity of the Differential Pair,

Cascoding to Improve Output Impedance

Lecture 32 - Noise in Cascodes, Layout Considerations and Multi-finger Transistors.

Lecture 33 - Linearizing the Differential Pair, Resistive Degeneration.

Lecture 34 - Noise in Degenerated Transconductors, The Folded Cascode and Noise Analysis

Lecture 35 - Stabilizing filter bandwidth over process and temperature - the resistor

servo loop, master-slave loops.

Lecture 36 - Turning the filter into a VCO to estimate center frequency, example of a

practical precision fixed-gm bias circuit.

Lecture 37 - Introduction to accurate measurement and characterization techniques for

active filters.

Lecture 38 - Introduction to Active-RC filters.

Lecture 39 - Active-RC filters (contd), the use of an OTA instead of an opamp, swing and

noise considerations, single stage OTAs

Lecture 40 - Multistage OTAs for use in CMOS Active-RC filters.

Lecture 41 - The Miller compensated opamp in active-RC filters, noise considerations,

noise in active-RC filters .

Lecture 42 - Distortion and Intermodulation in filters, miscellaneous discussion on

fixed gm-bias circuits

video Lectures on "Active Filter Design" by Dr.Shanthi Pavan , IIT Madras

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Lecture 1 - Course overview and introduction.

Lecture 2 - The Butterworth approximation

Lecture 3 - The Chebyshev approximation

Lecture 4 - The Chebyshev approximation (contd)

Lecture 5 - The Chebyshev approximation (contd), the Inverse Chebyshev approximation

Lecture 6 - The Inverse Chebyshev approximation (contd).

Lecture 7 - Synthesis of doubly terminated all-pole LC ladders filters

Lecture 8 - Synthesis of doubly terminated LC ladders (contd).

Lecture 9 - Synthesis of doubly terminated LC ladders with finite zeros of transmission.

Lecture 10 - Network sensitivity - low sensitivity of doubly terminated ladders

Lecture 11 - Introduction to frequency transformations.

Lecture 12 - Frequency (reactance) transformations (contd) - properties of the driving

impedance of lossless LC networks- Tellegen's theorem and positive real functions.

Lecture 13 - Driving point impedance of LC networks (contd), Low Pass-to-Low Pass, Low

Pass-to-Band Pass, Low Pass-to-High Pass and Low Pass-to-Band Stop transformations

Lecture 14 - The Richard's Transformation, RC-CR transformation

Lecture 15 - Emulation of an inductor with a capacitor and controlled sources, the

gyrator, a second order transconductor capacitor filter.

Lecture 16 - Cascade of biquads realization of high order low pass filters, equivalence

of the parallel RLC and series RLC circuits with their Gm-C counterparts.

Lecture 17 - The idea of Dynamic Range in active filters - impedance scaling and its

effect on dynamic range

Lecture 18 - Introduction to noise in electrical networks.

Lecture 19 - Introduction to noise in electrical networks (contd), the idea of node

scaling.

Lecture 20 - Dynamic range scaling in active filters.

Lecture 21 - Biquad Ordering.

Lecture 22 - Active Ladder Emulation / Leapfrog Filters, Effect of Transconductor

nonidelaities (parasitic capacitance/output resistance).

Lecture 23 - Effect of Transconductor Nonidealities (contd) - parasitic poles.

Lecture 24 - Viewing the Gm-C biquad as a Double Integrator Loop, Revisiting the Effect

of Finite Gain of the Transconductors.

Lecture 25 - Single-ended Versus Differential Filters, Introducing the Differential-pair

Based Fully Differential Transconductor, the Need for Common-mode Feedback

Lecture 26 - Common-mode Feedback (continued).

Lecture 27 - Common-mode Feedback (continued), examples of Common-mode Detectors.

Lecture 28 - Stability of the Common-mode Feedback Loop

Lecture 29 - Common-mode Positive Feedback in Gyrators.

Lecture 30 - Common-mode Positive Feedback in Gyrators (contd), Noise in the

Differential Pair.

Lecture 31 - Noise in the Differential Pair (contd), Linearity of the Differential Pair,

Cascoding to Improve Output Impedance

Lecture 32 - Noise in Cascodes, Layout Considerations and Multi-finger Transistors.

Lecture 33 - Linearizing the Differential Pair, Resistive Degeneration.

Lecture 34 - Noise in Degenerated Transconductors, The Folded Cascode and Noise Analysis

Lecture 35 - Stabilizing filter bandwidth over process and temperature - the resistor

servo loop, master-slave loops.

Lecture 36 - Turning the filter into a VCO to estimate center frequency, example of a

practical precision fixed-gm bias circuit.

Lecture 37 - Introduction to accurate measurement and characterization techniques for

active filters.

Lecture 38 - Introduction to Active-RC filters.

Lecture 39 - Active-RC filters (contd), the use of an OTA instead of an opamp, swing and

noise considerations, single stage OTAs

Lecture 40 - Multistage OTAs for use in CMOS Active-RC filters.

Lecture 41 - The Miller compensated opamp in active-RC filters, noise considerations,

noise in active-RC filters .

Lecture 42 - Distortion and Intermodulation in filters, miscellaneous discussion on

fixed gm-bias circuits

video Lectures on "Active Filter Design" by Dr.Shanthi Pavan , IIT Madras

for more videos .... www.satishkashyap.com

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Lecture 1 - Course overview and introduction.

Lecture 2 - The Butterworth approximation

Lecture 3 - The Chebyshev approximation

Lecture 4 - The Chebyshev approximation (contd)

Lecture 5 - The Chebyshev approximation (contd), the Inverse Chebyshev approximation

Lecture 6 - The Inverse Chebyshev approximation (contd).

Lecture 7 - Synthesis of doubly terminated all-pole LC ladders filters

Lecture 8 - Synthesis of doubly terminated LC ladders (contd).

Lecture 9 - Synthesis of doubly terminated LC ladders with finite zeros of transmission.

Lecture 10 - Network sensitivity - low sensitivity of doubly terminated ladders

Lecture 11 - Introduction to frequency transformations.

Lecture 12 - Frequency (reactance) transformations (contd) - properties of the driving

impedance of lossless LC networks- Tellegen's theorem and positive real functions.

Lecture 13 - Driving point impedance of LC networks (contd), Low Pass-to-Low Pass, Low

Pass-to-Band Pass, Low Pass-to-High Pass and Low Pass-to-Band Stop transformations

Lecture 14 - The Richard's Transformation, RC-CR transformation

Lecture 15 - Emulation of an inductor with a capacitor and controlled sources, the

gyrator, a second order transconductor capacitor filter.

Lecture 16 - Cascade of biquads realization of high order low pass filters, equivalence

of the parallel RLC and series RLC circuits with their Gm-C counterparts.

Lecture 17 - The idea of Dynamic Range in active filters - impedance scaling and its

effect on dynamic range

Lecture 18 - Introduction to noise in electrical networks.

Lecture 19 - Introduction to noise in electrical networks (contd), the idea of node

scaling.

Lecture 20 - Dynamic range scaling in active filters.

Lecture 21 - Biquad Ordering.

Lecture 22 - Active Ladder Emulation / Leapfrog Filters, Effect of Transconductor

nonidelaities (parasitic capacitance/output resistance).

Lecture 23 - Effect of Transconductor Nonidealities (contd) - parasitic poles.

Lecture 24 - Viewing the Gm-C biquad as a Double Integrator Loop, Revisiting the Effect

of Finite Gain of the Transconductors.

Lecture 25 - Single-ended Versus Differential Filters, Introducing the Differential-pair

Based Fully Differential Transconductor, the Need for Common-mode Feedback

Lecture 26 - Common-mode Feedback (continued).

Lecture 27 - Common-mode Feedback (continued), examples of Common-mode Detectors.

Lecture 28 - Stability of the Common-mode Feedback Loop

Lecture 29 - Common-mode Positive Feedback in Gyrators.

Lecture 30 - Common-mode Positive Feedback in Gyrators (contd), Noise in the

Differential Pair.

Lecture 31 - Noise in the Differential Pair (contd), Linearity of the Differential Pair,

Cascoding to Improve Output Impedance

Lecture 32 - Noise in Cascodes, Layout Considerations and Multi-finger Transistors.

Lecture 33 - Linearizing the Differential Pair, Resistive Degeneration.

Lecture 34 - Noise in Degenerated Transconductors, The Folded Cascode and Noise Analysis

Lecture 35 - Stabilizing filter bandwidth over process and temperature - the resistor

servo loop, master-slave loops.

Lecture 36 - Turning the filter into a VCO to estimate center frequency, example of a

practical precision fixed-gm bias circuit.

Lecture 37 - Introduction to accurate measurement and characterization techniques for

active filters.

Lecture 38 - Introduction to Active-RC filters.

Lecture 39 - Active-RC filters (contd), the use of an OTA instead of an opamp, swing and

noise considerations, single stage OTAs

Lecture 40 - Multistage OTAs for use in CMOS Active-RC filters.

Lecture 41 - The Miller compensated opamp in active-RC filters, noise considerations,

noise in active-RC filters .

Lecture 42 - Distortion and Intermodulation in filters, miscellaneous discussion on fixed gm-bias circuits

video Lectures on "Active Filter Design" by Dr.Shanthi Pavan , IIT Madras

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Lecture 1 - Course overview and introduction.

Lecture 2 - The Butterworth approximation

Lecture 3 - The Chebyshev approximation

Lecture 4 - The Chebyshev approximation (contd)

Lecture 5 - The Chebyshev approximation (contd), the Inverse Chebyshev approximation

Lecture 6 - The Inverse Chebyshev approximation (contd).

Lecture 7 - Synthesis of doubly terminated all-pole LC ladders filters

Lecture 8 - Synthesis of doubly terminated LC ladders (contd).

Lecture 9 - Synthesis of doubly terminated LC ladders with finite zeros of transmission.

Lecture 10 - Network sensitivity - low sensitivity of doubly terminated ladders

Lecture 11 - Introduction to frequency transformations.

Lecture 12 - Frequency (reactance) transformations (contd) - properties of the driving

impedance of lossless LC networks- Tellegen's theorem and positive real functions.

Lecture 13 - Driving point impedance of LC networks (contd), Low Pass-to-Low Pass, Low

Pass-to-Band Pass, Low Pass-to-High Pass and Low Pass-to-Band Stop transformations

Lecture 14 - The Richard's Transformation, RC-CR transformation

Lecture 15 - Emulation of an inductor with a capacitor and controlled sources, the

gyrator, a second order transconductor capacitor filter.

Lecture 16 - Cascade of biquads realization of high order low pass filters, equivalence

of the parallel RLC and series RLC circuits with their Gm-C counterparts.

Lecture 17 - The idea of Dynamic Range in active filters - impedance scaling and its

effect on dynamic range

Lecture 18 - Introduction to noise in electrical networks.

Lecture 19 - Introduction to noise in electrical networks (contd), the idea of node

scaling.

Lecture 20 - Dynamic range scaling in active filters.

Lecture 21 - Biquad Ordering.

Lecture 22 - Active Ladder Emulation / Leapfrog Filters, Effect of Transconductor

nonidelaities (parasitic capacitance/output resistance).

Lecture 23 - Effect of Transconductor Nonidealities (contd) - parasitic poles.

Lecture 24 - Viewing the Gm-C biquad as a Double Integrator Loop, Revisiting the Effect

of Finite Gain of the Transconductors.

Lecture 25 - Single-ended Versus Differential Filters, Introducing the Differential-pair

Based Fully Differential Transconductor, the Need for Common-mode Feedback

Lecture 26 - Common-mode Feedback (continued).

Lecture 27 - Common-mode Feedback (continued), examples of Common-mode Detectors.

Lecture 28 - Stability of the Common-mode Feedback Loop

Lecture 29 - Common-mode Positive Feedback in Gyrators.

Lecture 30 - Common-mode Positive Feedback in Gyrators (contd), Noise in the

Differential Pair.

Lecture 31 - Noise in the Differential Pair (contd), Linearity of the Differential Pair,

Cascoding to Improve Output Impedance

Lecture 32 - Noise in Cascodes, Layout Considerations and Multi-finger Transistors.

Lecture 33 - Linearizing the Differential Pair, Resistive Degeneration.

Lecture 34 - Noise in Degenerated Transconductors, The Folded Cascode and Noise Analysis

Lecture 35 - Stabilizing filter bandwidth over process and temperature - the resistor

servo loop, master-slave loops.

Lecture 36 - Turning the filter into a VCO to estimate center frequency, example of a

practical precision fixed-gm bias circuit.

Lecture 37 - Introduction to accurate measurement and characterization techniques for

active filters.

Lecture 38 - Introduction to Active-RC filters.

Lecture 39 - Active-RC filters (contd), the use of an OTA instead of an opamp, swing and

noise considerations, single stage OTAs

Lecture 40 - Multistage OTAs for use in CMOS Active-RC filters.

Lecture 41 - The Miller compensated opamp in active-RC filters, noise considerations,

noise in active-RC filters .

Lecture 42 - Distortion and Intermodulation in filters, miscellaneous discussion on fixed gm-bias circuits

video Lectures on "Active Filter Design" by Dr.Shanthi Pavan , IIT Madras

for more videos .... www.satishkashyap.com

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Lecture 1 - Course overview and introduction.

Lecture 2 - The Butterworth approximation

Lecture 3 - The Chebyshev approximation

Lecture 4 - The Chebyshev approximation (contd)

Lecture 5 - The Chebyshev approximation (contd), the Inverse Chebyshev approximation

Lecture 6 - The Inverse Chebyshev approximation (contd).

Lecture 7 - Synthesis of doubly terminated all-pole LC ladders filters

Lecture 8 - Synthesis of doubly terminated LC ladders (contd).

Lecture 9 - Synthesis of doubly terminated LC ladders with finite zeros of transmission.

Lecture 10 - Network sensitivity - low sensitivity of doubly terminated ladders

Lecture 11 - Introduction to frequency transformations.

Lecture 12 - Frequency (reactance) transformations (contd) - properties of the driving

impedance of lossless LC networks- Tellegen's theorem and positive real functions.

Lecture 13 - Driving point impedance of LC networks (contd), Low Pass-to-Low Pass, Low

Pass-to-Band Pass, Low Pass-to-High Pass and Low Pass-to-Band Stop transformations

Lecture 14 - The Richard's Transformation, RC-CR transformation

Lecture 15 - Emulation of an inductor with a capacitor and controlled sources, the

gyrator, a second order transconductor capacitor filter.

Lecture 16 - Cascade of biquads realization of high order low pass filters, equivalence

of the parallel RLC and series RLC circuits with their Gm-C counterparts.

Lecture 17 - The idea of Dynamic Range in active filters - impedance scaling and its

effect on dynamic range

Lecture 18 - Introduction to noise in electrical networks.

Lecture 19 - Introduction to noise in electrical networks (contd), the idea of node

scaling.

Lecture 20 - Dynamic range scaling in active filters.

Lecture 21 - Biquad Ordering.

Lecture 22 - Active Ladder Emulation / Leapfrog Filters, Effect of Transconductor

nonidelaities (parasitic capacitance/output resistance).

Lecture 23 - Effect of Transconductor Nonidealities (contd) - parasitic poles.

Lecture 24 - Viewing the Gm-C biquad as a Double Integrator Loop, Revisiting the Effect

of Finite Gain of the Transconductors.

Lecture 25 - Single-ended Versus Differential Filters, Introducing the Differential-pair

Based Fully Differential Transconductor, the Need for Common-mode Feedback

Lecture 26 - Common-mode Feedback (continued).

Lecture 27 - Common-mode Feedback (continued), examples of Common-mode Detectors.

Lecture 28 - Stability of the Common-mode Feedback Loop

Lecture 29 - Common-mode Positive Feedback in Gyrators.

Lecture 30 - Common-mode Positive Feedback in Gyrators (contd), Noise in the

Differential Pair.

Lecture 31 - Noise in the Differential Pair (contd), Linearity of the Differential Pair,

Cascoding to Improve Output Impedance

Lecture 32 - Noise in Cascodes, Layout Considerations and Multi-finger Transistors.

Lecture 33 - Linearizing the Differential Pair, Resistive Degeneration.

Lecture 34 - Noise in Degenerated Transconductors, The Folded Cascode and Noise Analysis

Lecture 35 - Stabilizing filter bandwidth over process and temperature - the resistor

servo loop, master-slave loops.

Lecture 36 - Turning the filter into a VCO to estimate center frequency, example of a

practical precision fixed-gm bias circuit.

Lecture 37 - Introduction to accurate measurement and characterization techniques for

active filters.

Lecture 38 - Introduction to Active-RC filters.

Lecture 39 - Active-RC filters (contd), the use of an OTA instead of an opamp, swing and

noise considerations, single stage OTAs

Lecture 40 - Multistage OTAs for use in CMOS Active-RC filters.

Lecture 41 - The Miller compensated opamp in active-RC filters, noise considerations,

noise in active-RC filters .

Lecture 42 - Distortion and Intermodulation in filters, miscellaneous discussion on fixed gm-bias circuits

video Lectures on "Active Filter Design" by Dr.Shanthi Pavan , IIT Madras

for more videos .... www.satishkashyap.com

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Lecture 1 - Course overview and introduction.

Lecture 2 - The Butterworth approximation

Lecture 3 - The Chebyshev approximation

Lecture 4 - The Chebyshev approximation (contd)

Lecture 5 - The Chebyshev approximation (contd), the Inverse Chebyshev approximation

Lecture 6 - The Inverse Chebyshev approximation (contd).

Lecture 7 - Synthesis of doubly terminated all-pole LC ladders filters

Lecture 8 - Synthesis of doubly terminated LC ladders (contd).

Lecture 9 - Synthesis of doubly terminated LC ladders with finite zeros of transmission.

Lecture 10 - Network sensitivity - low sensitivity of doubly terminated ladders

Lecture 11 - Introduction to frequency transformations.

Lecture 12 - Frequency (reactance) transformations (contd) - properties of the driving

impedance of lossless LC networks- Tellegen's theorem and positive real functions.

Lecture 13 - Driving point impedance of LC networks (contd), Low Pass-to-Low Pass, Low

Pass-to-Band Pass, Low Pass-to-High Pass and Low Pass-to-Band Stop transformations

Lecture 14 - The Richard's Transformation, RC-CR transformation

Lecture 15 - Emulation of an inductor with a capacitor and controlled sources, the

gyrator, a second order transconductor capacitor filter.

Lecture 16 - Cascade of biquads realization of high order low pass filters, equivalence

of the parallel RLC and series RLC circuits with their Gm-C counterparts.

Lecture 17 - The idea of Dynamic Range in active filters - impedance scaling and its

effect on dynamic range

Lecture 18 - Introduction to noise in electrical networks.

Lecture 19 - Introduction to noise in electrical networks (contd), the idea of node

scaling.

Lecture 20 - Dynamic range scaling in active filters.

Lecture 21 - Biquad Ordering.

Lecture 22 - Active Ladder Emulation / Leapfrog Filters, Effect of Transconductor

nonidelaities (parasitic capacitance/output resistance).

Lecture 23 - Effect of Transconductor Nonidealities (contd) - parasitic poles.

Lecture 24 - Viewing the Gm-C biquad as a Double Integrator Loop, Revisiting the Effect

of Finite Gain of the Transconductors.

Lecture 25 - Single-ended Versus Differential Filters, Introducing the Differential-pair

Based Fully Differential Transconductor, the Need for Common-mode Feedback

Lecture 26 - Common-mode Feedback (continued).

Lecture 27 - Common-mode Feedback (continued), examples of Common-mode Detectors.

Lecture 28 - Stability of the Common-mode Feedback Loop

Lecture 29 - Common-mode Positive Feedback in Gyrators.

Lecture 30 - Common-mode Positive Feedback in Gyrators (contd), Noise in the

Differential Pair.

Lecture 31 - Noise in the Differential Pair (contd), Linearity of the Differential Pair,

Cascoding to Improve Output Impedance

Lecture 32 - Noise in Cascodes, Layout Considerations and Multi-finger Transistors.

Lecture 33 - Linearizing the Differential Pair, Resistive Degeneration.

Lecture 34 - Noise in Degenerated Transconductors, The Folded Cascode and Noise Analysis

Lecture 35 - Stabilizing filter bandwidth over process and temperature - the resistor

servo loop, master-slave loops.

Lecture 36 - Turning the filter into a VCO to estimate center frequency, example of a

practical precision fixed-gm bias circuit.

Lecture 37 - Introduction to accurate measurement and characterization techniques for

active filters.

Lecture 38 - Introduction to Active-RC filters.

Lecture 39 - Active-RC filters (contd), the use of an OTA instead of an opamp, swing and

noise considerations, single stage OTAs

Lecture 40 - Multistage OTAs for use in CMOS Active-RC filters.

Lecture 41 - The Miller compensated opamp in active-RC filters, noise considerations,

noise in active-RC filters .

Lecture 42 - Distortion and Intermodulation in filters, miscellaneous discussion on fixed gm-bias circuits

video Lectures on "Active Filter Design" by Dr.Shanthi Pavan , IIT Madras

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Lecture 1 - Course overview and introduction.

Lecture 2 - The Butterworth approximation

Lecture 3 - The Chebyshev approximation

Lecture 4 - The Chebyshev approximation (contd)

Lecture 5 - The Chebyshev approximation (contd), the Inverse Chebyshev approximation

Lecture 6 - The Inverse Chebyshev approximation (contd).

Lecture 7 - Synthesis of doubly terminated all-pole LC ladders filters

Lecture 8 - Synthesis of doubly terminated LC ladders (contd).

Lecture 9 - Synthesis of doubly terminated LC ladders with finite zeros of transmission.

Lecture 10 - Network sensitivity - low sensitivity of doubly terminated ladders

Lecture 11 - Introduction to frequency transformations.

Lecture 12 - Frequency (reactance) transformations (contd) - properties of the driving

impedance of lossless LC networks- Tellegen's theorem and positive real functions.

Lecture 13 - Driving point impedance of LC networks (contd), Low Pass-to-Low Pass, Low

Pass-to-Band Pass, Low Pass-to-High Pass and Low Pass-to-Band Stop transformations

Lecture 14 - The Richard's Transformation, RC-CR transformation

Lecture 15 - Emulation of an inductor with a capacitor and controlled sources, the

gyrator, a second order transconductor capacitor filter.

Lecture 16 - Cascade of biquads realization of high order low pass filters, equivalence

of the parallel RLC and series RLC circuits with their Gm-C counterparts.

Lecture 17 - The idea of Dynamic Range in active filters - impedance scaling and its

effect on dynamic range

Lecture 18 - Introduction to noise in electrical networks.

Lecture 19 - Introduction to noise in electrical networks (contd), the idea of node

scaling.

Lecture 20 - Dynamic range scaling in active filters.

Lecture 21 - Biquad Ordering.

Lecture 22 - Active Ladder Emulation / Leapfrog Filters, Effect of Transconductor

nonidelaities (parasitic capacitance/output resistance).

Lecture 23 - Effect of Transconductor Nonidealities (contd) - parasitic poles.

Lecture 24 - Viewing the Gm-C biquad as a Double Integrator Loop, Revisiting the Effect

of Finite Gain of the Transconductors.

Lecture 25 - Single-ended Versus Differential Filters, Introducing the Differential-pair

Based Fully Differential Transconductor, the Need for Common-mode Feedback

Lecture 26 - Common-mode Feedback (continued).

Lecture 27 - Common-mode Feedback (continued), examples of Common-mode Detectors.

Lecture 28 - Stability of the Common-mode Feedback Loop

Lecture 29 - Common-mode Positive Feedback in Gyrators.

Lecture 30 - Common-mode Positive Feedback in Gyrators (contd), Noise in the

Differential Pair.

Lecture 31 - Noise in the Differential Pair (contd), Linearity of the Differential Pair,

Cascoding to Improve Output Impedance

Lecture 32 - Noise in Cascodes, Layout Considerations and Multi-finger Transistors.

Lecture 33 - Linearizing the Differential Pair, Resistive Degeneration.

Lecture 34 - Noise in Degenerated Transconductors, The Folded Cascode and Noise Analysis

Lecture 35 - Stabilizing filter bandwidth over process and temperature - the resistor

servo loop, master-slave loops.

Lecture 36 - Turning the filter into a VCO to estimate center frequency, example of a

practical precision fixed-gm bias circuit.

Lecture 37 - Introduction to accurate measurement and characterization techniques for

active filters.

Lecture 38 - Introduction to Active-RC filters.

Lecture 39 - Active-RC filters (contd), the use of an OTA instead of an opamp, swing and

noise considerations, single stage OTAs

Lecture 40 - Multistage OTAs for use in CMOS Active-RC filters.

Lecture 41 - The Miller compensated opamp in active-RC filters, noise considerations,

noise in active-RC filters .

Lecture 42 - Distortion and Intermodulation in filters, miscellaneous discussion on fixed gm-bias circuits

video Lectures on "Active Filter Design" by Dr.Shanthi Pavan , IIT Madras

for more videos .... www.satishkashyap.com

for free ebooks.....www.ebook29.blogspot.com

Lecture 1 - Course overview and introduction.

Lecture 2 - The Butterworth approximation

Lecture 3 - The Chebyshev approximation

Lecture 4 - The Chebyshev approximation (contd)

Lecture 5 - The Chebyshev approximation (contd), the Inverse Chebyshev approximation

Lecture 6 - The Inverse Chebyshev approximation (contd).

Lecture 7 - Synthesis of doubly terminated all-pole LC ladders filters

Lecture 8 - Synthesis of doubly terminated LC ladders (contd).

Lecture 9 - Synthesis of doubly terminated LC ladders with finite zeros of transmission.

Lecture 10 - Network sensitivity - low sensitivity of doubly terminated ladders

Lecture 11 - Introduction to frequency transformations.

Lecture 12 - Frequency (reactance) transformations (contd) - properties of the driving

impedance of lossless LC networks- Tellegen's theorem and positive real functions.

Lecture 13 - Driving point impedance of LC networks (contd), Low Pass-to-Low Pass, Low

Pass-to-Band Pass, Low Pass-to-High Pass and Low Pass-to-Band Stop transformations

Lecture 14 - The Richard's Transformation, RC-CR transformation

Lecture 15 - Emulation of an inductor with a capacitor and controlled sources, the

gyrator, a second order transconductor capacitor filter.

Lecture 16 - Cascade of biquads realization of high order low pass filters, equivalence

of the parallel RLC and series RLC circuits with their Gm-C counterparts.

Lecture 17 - The idea of Dynamic Range in active filters - impedance scaling and its

effect on dynamic range

Lecture 18 - Introduction to noise in electrical networks.

Lecture 19 - Introduction to noise in electrical networks (contd), the idea of node

scaling.

Lecture 20 - Dynamic range scaling in active filters.

Lecture 21 - Biquad Ordering.

Lecture 22 - Active Ladder Emulation / Leapfrog Filters, Effect of Transconductor

nonidelaities (parasitic capacitance/output resistance).

Lecture 23 - Effect of Transconductor Nonidealities (contd) - parasitic poles.

Lecture 24 - Viewing the Gm-C biquad as a Double Integrator Loop, Revisiting the Effect

of Finite Gain of the Transconductors.

Lecture 25 - Single-ended Versus Differential Filters, Introducing the Differential-pair

Based Fully Differential Transconductor, the Need for Common-mode Feedback

Lecture 26 - Common-mode Feedback (continued).

Lecture 27 - Common-mode Feedback (continued), examples of Common-mode Detectors.

Lecture 28 - Stability of the Common-mode Feedback Loop

Lecture 29 - Common-mode Positive Feedback in Gyrators.

Lecture 30 - Common-mode Positive Feedback in Gyrators (contd), Noise in the

Differential Pair.

Lecture 31 - Noise in the Differential Pair (contd), Linearity of the Differential Pair,

Cascoding to Improve Output Impedance

Lecture 32 - Noise in Cascodes, Layout Considerations and Multi-finger Transistors.

Lecture 33 - Linearizing the Differential Pair, Resistive Degeneration.

Lecture 34 - Noise in Degenerated Transconductors, The Folded Cascode and Noise Analysis

Lecture 35 - Stabilizing filter bandwidth over process and temperature - the resistor

servo loop, master-slave loops.

Lecture 36 - Turning the filter into a VCO to estimate center frequency, example of a

practical precision fixed-gm bias circuit.

Lecture 37 - Introduction to accurate measurement and characterization techniques for

active filters.

Lecture 38 - Introduction to Active-RC filters.

Lecture 39 - Active-RC filters (contd), the use of an OTA instead of an opamp, swing and

noise considerations, single stage OTAs

Lecture 40 - Multistage OTAs for use in CMOS Active-RC filters.

Lecture 41 - The Miller compensated opamp in active-RC filters, noise considerations,

noise in active-RC filters .

Lecture 42 - Distortion and Intermodulation in filters, miscellaneous discussion on fixed gm-bias circuits

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Lecture 1 - Course overview and introduction.

Lecture 2 - The Butterworth approximation

Lecture 3 - The Chebyshev approximation

Lecture 4 - The Chebyshev approximation (contd)

Lecture 5 - The Chebyshev approximation (contd), the Inverse Chebyshev approximation

Lecture 6 - The Inverse Chebyshev approximation (contd).

Lecture 7 - Synthesis of doubly terminated all-pole LC ladders filters

Lecture 8 - Synthesis of doubly terminated LC ladders (contd).

Lecture 9 - Synthesis of doubly terminated LC ladders with finite zeros of transmission.

Lecture 10 - Network sensitivity - low sensitivity of doubly terminated ladders

Lecture 11 - Introduction to frequency transformations.

Lecture 12 - Frequency (reactance) transformations (contd) - properties of the driving

impedance of lossless LC networks- Tellegen's theorem and positive real functions.

Lecture 13 - Driving point impedance of LC networks (contd), Low Pass-to-Low Pass, Low

Pass-to-Band Pass, Low Pass-to-High Pass and Low Pass-to-Band Stop transformations

Lecture 14 - The Richard's Transformation, RC-CR transformation

Lecture 15 - Emulation of an inductor with a capacitor and controlled sources, the

gyrator, a second order transconductor capacitor filter.

Lecture 16 - Cascade of biquads realization of high order low pass filters, equivalence

of the parallel RLC and series RLC circuits with their Gm-C counterparts.

Lecture 17 - The idea of Dynamic Range in active filters - impedance scaling and its

effect on dynamic range

Lecture 18 - Introduction to noise in electrical networks.

Lecture 19 - Introduction to noise in electrical networks (contd), the idea of node

scaling.

Lecture 20 - Dynamic range scaling in active filters.

Lecture 21 - Biquad Ordering.

Lecture 22 - Active Ladder Emulation / Leapfrog Filters, Effect of Transconductor

nonidelaities (parasitic capacitance/output resistance).

Lecture 23 - Effect of Transconductor Nonidealities (contd) - parasitic poles.

Lecture 24 - Viewing the Gm-C biquad as a Double Integrator Loop, Revisiting the Effect

of Finite Gain of the Transconductors.

Lecture 25 - Single-ended Versus Differential Filters, Introducing the Differential-pair

Based Fully Differential Transconductor, the Need for Common-mode Feedback

Lecture 26 - Common-mode Feedback (continued).

Lecture 27 - Common-mode Feedback (continued), examples of Common-mode Detectors.

Lecture 28 - Stability of the Common-mode Feedback Loop

Lecture 29 - Common-mode Positive Feedback in Gyrators.

Lecture 30 - Common-mode Positive Feedback in Gyrators (contd), Noise in the

Differential Pair.

Lecture 31 - Noise in the Differential Pair (contd), Linearity of the Differential Pair,

Cascoding to Improve Output Impedance

Lecture 32 - Noise in Cascodes, Layout Considerations and Multi-finger Transistors.

Lecture 33 - Linearizing the Differential Pair, Resistive Degeneration.

Lecture 34 - Noise in Degenerated Transconductors, The Folded Cascode and Noise Analysis

Lecture 35 - Stabilizing filter bandwidth over process and temperature - the resistor

servo loop, master-slave loops.

Lecture 36 - Turning the filter into a VCO to estimate center frequency, example of a

practical precision fixed-gm bias circuit.

Lecture 37 - Introduction to accurate measurement and characterization techniques for

active filters.

Lecture 38 - Introduction to Active-RC filters.

Lecture 39 - Active-RC filters (contd), the use of an OTA instead of an opamp, swing and

noise considerations, single stage OTAs

Lecture 40 - Multistage OTAs for use in CMOS Active-RC filters.

Lecture 41 - The Miller compensated opamp in active-RC filters, noise considerations,

noise in active-RC filters .

Lecture 42 - Distortion and Intermodulation in filters, miscellaneous discussion on fixed gm-bias circuits

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Lecture 1 - Course overview and introduction.

Lecture 2 - The Butterworth approximation

Lecture 3 - The Chebyshev approximation

Lecture 4 - The Chebyshev approximation (contd)

Lecture 5 - The Chebyshev approximation (contd), the Inverse Chebyshev approximation

Lecture 6 - The Inverse Chebyshev approximation (contd).

Lecture 7 - Synthesis of doubly terminated all-pole LC ladders filters

Lecture 8 - Synthesis of doubly terminated LC ladders (contd).

Lecture 9 - Synthesis of doubly terminated LC ladders with finite zeros of transmission.

Lecture 10 - Network sensitivity - low sensitivity of doubly terminated ladders

Lecture 11 - Introduction to frequency transformations.

Lecture 12 - Frequency (reactance) transformations (contd) - properties of the driving

impedance of lossless LC networks- Tellegen's theorem and positive real functions.

Lecture 13 - Driving point impedance of LC networks (contd), Low Pass-to-Low Pass, Low

Pass-to-Band Pass, Low Pass-to-High Pass and Low Pass-to-Band Stop transformations

Lecture 14 - The Richard's Transformation, RC-CR transformation

Lecture 15 - Emulation of an inductor with a capacitor and controlled sources, the

gyrator, a second order transconductor capacitor filter.

Lecture 16 - Cascade of biquads realization of high order low pass filters, equivalence

of the parallel RLC and series RLC circuits with their Gm-C counterparts.

Lecture 17 - The idea of Dynamic Range in active filters - impedance scaling and its

effect on dynamic range

Lecture 18 - Introduction to noise in electrical networks.

Lecture 19 - Introduction to noise in electrical networks (contd), the idea of node

scaling.

Lecture 20 - Dynamic range scaling in active filters.

Lecture 21 - Biquad Ordering.

Lecture 22 - Active Ladder Emulation / Leapfrog Filters, Effect of Transconductor

nonidelaities (parasitic capacitance/output resistance).

Lecture 23 - Effect of Transconductor Nonidealities (contd) - parasitic poles.

Lecture 24 - Viewing the Gm-C biquad as a Double Integrator Loop, Revisiting the Effect

of Finite Gain of the Transconductors.

Lecture 25 - Single-ended Versus Differential Filters, Introducing the Differential-pair

Based Fully Differential Transconductor, the Need for Common-mode Feedback

Lecture 26 - Common-mode Feedback (continued).

Lecture 27 - Common-mode Feedback (continued), examples of Common-mode Detectors.

Lecture 28 - Stability of the Common-mode Feedback Loop

Lecture 29 - Common-mode Positive Feedback in Gyrators.

Lecture 30 - Common-mode Positive Feedback in Gyrators (contd), Noise in the

Differential Pair.

Lecture 31 - Noise in the Differential Pair (contd), Linearity of the Differential Pair,

Cascoding to Improve Output Impedance

Lecture 32 - Noise in Cascodes, Layout Considerations and Multi-finger Transistors.

Lecture 33 - Linearizing the Differential Pair, Resistive Degeneration.

Lecture 34 - Noise in Degenerated Transconductors, The Folded Cascode and Noise Analysis

Lecture 35 - Stabilizing filter bandwidth over process and temperature - the resistor

servo loop, master-slave loops.

Lecture 36 - Turning the filter into a VCO to estimate center frequency, example of a

practical precision fixed-gm bias circuit.

Lecture 37 - Introduction to accurate measurement and characterization techniques for

active filters.

Lecture 38 - Introduction to Active-RC filters.

Lecture 39 - Active-RC filters (contd), the use of an OTA instead of an opamp, swing and

noise considerations, single stage OTAs

Lecture 40 - Multistage OTAs for use in CMOS Active-RC filters.

Lecture 41 - The Miller compensated opamp in active-RC filters, noise considerations,

noise in active-RC filters .

Lecture 42 - Distortion and Intermodulation in filters, miscellaneous discussion on fixed gm-bias circuits

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Lecture 1 - Course overview and introduction.

Lecture 2 - The Butterworth approximation

Lecture 3 - The Chebyshev approximation

Lecture 4 - The Chebyshev approximation (contd)

Lecture 5 - The Chebyshev approximation (contd), the Inverse Chebyshev approximation

Lecture 6 - The Inverse Chebyshev approximation (contd).

Lecture 7 - Synthesis of doubly terminated all-pole LC ladders filters

Lecture 8 - Synthesis of doubly terminated LC ladders (contd).

Lecture 9 - Synthesis of doubly terminated LC ladders with finite zeros of transmission.

Lecture 10 - Network sensitivity - low sensitivity of doubly terminated ladders

Lecture 11 - Introduction to frequency transformations.

Lecture 12 - Frequency (reactance) transformations (contd) - properties of the driving

impedance of lossless LC networks- Tellegen's theorem and positive real functions.

Lecture 13 - Driving point impedance of LC networks (contd), Low Pass-to-Low Pass, Low

Pass-to-Band Pass, Low Pass-to-High Pass and Low Pass-to-Band Stop transformations

Lecture 14 - The Richard's Transformation, RC-CR transformation

Lecture 15 - Emulation of an inductor with a capacitor and controlled sources, the

gyrator, a second order transconductor capacitor filter.

Lecture 16 - Cascade of biquads realization of high order low pass filters, equivalence

of the parallel RLC and series RLC circuits with their Gm-C counterparts.

Lecture 17 - The idea of Dynamic Range in active filters - impedance scaling and its

effect on dynamic range

Lecture 18 - Introduction to noise in electrical networks.

Lecture 19 - Introduction to noise in electrical networks (contd), the idea of node

scaling.

Lecture 20 - Dynamic range scaling in active filters.

Lecture 21 - Biquad Ordering.

Lecture 22 - Active Ladder Emulation / Leapfrog Filters, Effect of Transconductor

nonidelaities (parasitic capacitance/output resistance).

Lecture 23 - Effect of Transconductor Nonidealities (contd) - parasitic poles.

Lecture 24 - Viewing the Gm-C biquad as a Double Integrator Loop, Revisiting the Effect

of Finite Gain of the Transconductors.

Lecture 25 - Single-ended Versus Differential Filters, Introducing the Differential-pair

Based Fully Differential Transconductor, the Need for Common-mode Feedback

Lecture 26 - Common-mode Feedback (continued).

Lecture 27 - Common-mode Feedback (continued), examples of Common-mode Detectors.

Lecture 28 - Stability of the Common-mode Feedback Loop

Lecture 29 - Common-mode Positive Feedback in Gyrators.

Lecture 30 - Common-mode Positive Feedback in Gyrators (contd), Noise in the

Differential Pair.

Lecture 31 - Noise in the Differential Pair (contd), Linearity of the Differential Pair,

Cascoding to Improve Output Impedance

Lecture 32 - Noise in Cascodes, Layout Considerations and Multi-finger Transistors.

Lecture 33 - Linearizing the Differential Pair, Resistive Degeneration.

Lecture 34 - Noise in Degenerated Transconductors, The Folded Cascode and Noise Analysis

Lecture 35 - Stabilizing filter bandwidth over process and temperature - the resistor

servo loop, master-slave loops.

Lecture 36 - Turning the filter into a VCO to estimate center frequency, example of a

practical precision fixed-gm bias circuit.

Lecture 37 - Introduction to accurate measurement and characterization techniques for

active filters.

Lecture 38 - Introduction to Active-RC filters.

Lecture 39 - Active-RC filters (contd), the use of an OTA instead of an opamp, swing and

noise considerations, single stage OTAs

Lecture 40 - Multistage OTAs for use in CMOS Active-RC filters.

Lecture 41 - The Miller compensated opamp in active-RC filters, noise considerations,

noise in active-RC filters .

Lecture 42 - Distortion and Intermodulation in filters, miscellaneous discussion on fixed gm-bias circuits

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Lecture 1 - Course overview and introduction.

Lecture 2 - The Butterworth approximation

Lecture 3 - The Chebyshev approximation

Lecture 4 - The Chebyshev approximation (contd)

Lecture 5 - The Chebyshev approximation (contd), the Inverse Chebyshev approximation

Lecture 6 - The Inverse Chebyshev approximation (contd).

Lecture 7 - Synthesis of doubly terminated all-pole LC ladders filters

Lecture 8 - Synthesis of doubly terminated LC ladders (contd).

Lecture 9 - Synthesis of doubly terminated LC ladders with finite zeros of transmission.

Lecture 10 - Network sensitivity - low sensitivity of doubly terminated ladders

Lecture 11 - Introduction to frequency transformations.

Lecture 12 - Frequency (reactance) transformations (contd) - properties of the driving

impedance of lossless LC networks- Tellegen's theorem and positive real functions.

Lecture 13 - Driving point impedance of LC networks (contd), Low Pass-to-Low Pass, Low

Pass-to-Band Pass, Low Pass-to-High Pass and Low Pass-to-Band Stop transformations

Lecture 14 - The Richard's Transformation, RC-CR transformation

Lecture 15 - Emulation of an inductor with a capacitor and controlled sources, the

gyrator, a second order transconductor capacitor filter.

Lecture 16 - Cascade of biquads realization of high order low pass filters, equivalence

of the parallel RLC and series RLC circuits with their Gm-C counterparts.

Lecture 17 - The idea of Dynamic Range in active filters - impedance scaling and its

effect on dynamic range

Lecture 18 - Introduction to noise in electrical networks.

Lecture 19 - Introduction to noise in electrical networks (contd), the idea of node

scaling.

Lecture 20 - Dynamic range scaling in active filters.

Lecture 21 - Biquad Ordering.

Lecture 22 - Active Ladder Emulation / Leapfrog Filters, Effect of Transconductor

nonidelaities (parasitic capacitance/output resistance).

Lecture 23 - Effect of Transconductor Nonidealities (contd) - parasitic poles.

Lecture 24 - Viewing the Gm-C biquad as a Double Integrator Loop, Revisiting the Effect

of Finite Gain of the Transconductors.

Lecture 25 - Single-ended Versus Differential Filters, Introducing the Differential-pair

Based Fully Differential Transconductor, the Need for Common-mode Feedback

Lecture 26 - Common-mode Feedback (continued).

Lecture 27 - Common-mode Feedback (continued), examples of Common-mode Detectors.

Lecture 28 - Stability of the Common-mode Feedback Loop

Lecture 29 - Common-mode Positive Feedback in Gyrators.

Lecture 30 - Common-mode Positive Feedback in Gyrators (contd), Noise in the

Differential Pair.

Lecture 31 - Noise in the Differential Pair (contd), Linearity of the Differential Pair,

Cascoding to Improve Output Impedance

Lecture 32 - Noise in Cascodes, Layout Considerations and Multi-finger Transistors.

Lecture 33 - Linearizing the Differential Pair, Resistive Degeneration.

Lecture 34 - Noise in Degenerated Transconductors, The Folded Cascode and Noise Analysis

Lecture 35 - Stabilizing filter bandwidth over process and temperature - the resistor

servo loop, master-slave loops.

Lecture 36 - Turning the filter into a VCO to estimate center frequency, example of a

practical precision fixed-gm bias circuit.

Lecture 37 - Introduction to accurate measurement and characterization techniques for

active filters.

Lecture 38 - Introduction to Active-RC filters.

Lecture 39 - Active-RC filters (contd), the use of an OTA instead of an opamp, swing and

noise considerations, single stage OTAs

Lecture 40 - Multistage OTAs for use in CMOS Active-RC filters.

Lecture 41 - The Miller compensated opamp in active-RC filters, noise considerations,

noise in active-RC filters .

Lecture 42 - Distortion and Intermodulation in filters, miscellaneous discussion on fixed gm-bias circuits

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Lecture 1 - Course overview and introduction.

Lecture 2 - The Butterworth approximation

Lecture 3 - The Chebyshev approximation

Lecture 4 - The Chebyshev approximation (contd)

Lecture 5 - The Chebyshev approximation (contd), the Inverse Chebyshev approximation

Lecture 6 - The Inverse Chebyshev approximation (contd).

Lecture 7 - Synthesis of doubly terminated all-pole LC ladders filters

Lecture 8 - Synthesis of doubly terminated LC ladders (contd).

Lecture 9 - Synthesis of doubly terminated LC ladders with finite zeros of transmission.

Lecture 10 - Network sensitivity - low sensitivity of doubly terminated ladders

Lecture 11 - Introduction to frequency transformations.

Lecture 12 - Frequency (reactance) transformations (contd) - properties of the driving

impedance of lossless LC networks- Tellegen's theorem and positive real functions.

Lecture 13 - Driving point impedance of LC networks (contd), Low Pass-to-Low Pass, Low

Pass-to-Band Pass, Low Pass-to-High Pass and Low Pass-to-Band Stop transformations

Lecture 14 - The Richard's Transformation, RC-CR transformation

Lecture 15 - Emulation of an inductor with a capacitor and controlled sources, the

gyrator, a second order transconductor capacitor filter.

Lecture 16 - Cascade of biquads realization of high order low pass filters, equivalence

of the parallel RLC and series RLC circuits with their Gm-C counterparts.

Lecture 17 - The idea of Dynamic Range in active filters - impedance scaling and its

effect on dynamic range

Lecture 18 - Introduction to noise in electrical networks.

Lecture 19 - Introduction to noise in electrical networks (contd), the idea of node

scaling.

Lecture 20 - Dynamic range scaling in active filters.

Lecture 21 - Biquad Ordering.

Lecture 22 - Active Ladder Emulation / Leapfrog Filters, Effect of Transconductor

nonidelaities (parasitic capacitance/output resistance).

Lecture 23 - Effect of Transconductor Nonidealities (contd) - parasitic poles.

Lecture 24 - Viewing the Gm-C biquad as a Double Integrator Loop, Revisiting the Effect

of Finite Gain of the Transconductors.

Lecture 25 - Single-ended Versus Differential Filters, Introducing the Differential-pair

Based Fully Differential Transconductor, the Need for Common-mode Feedback

Lecture 26 - Common-mode Feedback (continued).

Lecture 27 - Common-mode Feedback (continued), examples of Common-mode Detectors.

Lecture 28 - Stability of the Common-mode Feedback Loop

Lecture 29 - Common-mode Positive Feedback in Gyrators.

Lecture 30 - Common-mode Positive Feedback in Gyrators (contd), Noise in the

Differential Pair.

Lecture 31 - Noise in the Differential Pair (contd), Linearity of the Differential Pair,

Cascoding to Improve Output Impedance

Lecture 32 - Noise in Cascodes, Layout Considerations and Multi-finger Transistors.

Lecture 33 - Linearizing the Differential Pair, Resistive Degeneration.

Lecture 34 - Noise in Degenerated Transconductors, The Folded Cascode and Noise Analysis

Lecture 35 - Stabilizing filter bandwidth over process and temperature - the resistor

servo loop, master-slave loops.

Lecture 36 - Turning the filter into a VCO to estimate center frequency, example of a

practical precision fixed-gm bias circuit.

Lecture 37 - Introduction to accurate measurement and characterization techniques for

active filters.

Lecture 38 - Introduction to Active-RC filters.

Lecture 39 - Active-RC filters (contd), the use of an OTA instead of an opamp, swing and

noise considerations, single stage OTAs

Lecture 40 - Multistage OTAs for use in CMOS Active-RC filters.

Lecture 41 - The Miller compensated opamp in active-RC filters, noise considerations,

noise in active-RC filters .

Lecture 42 - Distortion and Intermodulation in filters, miscellaneous discussion on fixed gm-bias circuits

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Lecture 1 - Course overview and introduction.

Lecture 2 - The Butterworth approximation

Lecture 3 - The Chebyshev approximation

Lecture 4 - The Chebyshev approximation (contd)

Lecture 5 - The Chebyshev approximation (contd), the Inverse Chebyshev approximation

Lecture 6 - The Inverse Chebyshev approximation (contd).

Lecture 7 - Synthesis of doubly terminated all-pole LC ladders filters

Lecture 8 - Synthesis of doubly terminated LC ladders (contd).

Lecture 9 - Synthesis of doubly terminated LC ladders with finite zeros of transmission.

Lecture 10 - Network sensitivity - low sensitivity of doubly terminated ladders

Lecture 11 - Introduction to frequency transformations.

Lecture 12 - Frequency (reactance) transformations (contd) - properties of the driving

impedance of lossless LC networks- Tellegen's theorem and positive real functions.

Lecture 13 - Driving point impedance of LC networks (contd), Low Pass-to-Low Pass, Low

Pass-to-Band Pass, Low Pass-to-High Pass and Low Pass-to-Band Stop transformations

Lecture 14 - The Richard's Transformation, RC-CR transformation

Lecture 15 - Emulation of an inductor with a capacitor and controlled sources, the

gyrator, a second order transconductor capacitor filter.

Lecture 16 - Cascade of biquads realization of high order low pass filters, equivalence

of the parallel RLC and series RLC circuits with their Gm-C counterparts.

Lecture 17 - The idea of Dynamic Range in active filters - impedance scaling and its

effect on dynamic range

Lecture 18 - Introduction to noise in electrical networks.

Lecture 19 - Introduction to noise in electrical networks (contd), the idea of node

scaling.

Lecture 20 - Dynamic range scaling in active filters.

Lecture 21 - Biquad Ordering.

Lecture 22 - Active Ladder Emulation / Leapfrog Filters, Effect of Transconductor

nonidelaities (parasitic capacitance/output resistance).

Lecture 23 - Effect of Transconductor Nonidealities (contd) - parasitic poles.

Lecture 24 - Viewing the Gm-C biquad as a Double Integrator Loop, Revisiting the Effect

of Finite Gain of the Transconductors.

Lecture 25 - Single-ended Versus Differential Filters, Introducing the Differential-pair

Based Fully Differential Transconductor, the Need for Common-mode Feedback

Lecture 26 - Common-mode Feedback (continued).

Lecture 27 - Common-mode Feedback (continued), examples of Common-mode Detectors.

Lecture 28 - Stability of the Common-mode Feedback Loop

Lecture 29 - Common-mode Positive Feedback in Gyrators.

Lecture 30 - Common-mode Positive Feedback in Gyrators (contd), Noise in the

Differential Pair.

Lecture 31 - Noise in the Differential Pair (contd), Linearity of the Differential Pair,

Cascoding to Improve Output Impedance

Lecture 32 - Noise in Cascodes, Layout Considerations and Multi-finger Transistors.

Lecture 33 - Linearizing the Differential Pair, Resistive Degeneration.

Lecture 34 - Noise in Degenerated Transconductors, The Folded Cascode and Noise Analysis

Lecture 35 - Stabilizing filter bandwidth over process and temperature - the resistor

servo loop, master-slave loops.

Lecture 36 - Turning the filter into a VCO to estimate center frequency, example of a

practical precision fixed-gm bias circuit.

Lecture 37 - Introduction to accurate measurement and characterization techniques for

active filters.

Lecture 38 - Introduction to Active-RC filters.

Lecture 39 - Active-RC filters (contd), the use of an OTA instead of an opamp, swing and

noise considerations, single stage OTAs

Lecture 40 - Multistage OTAs for use in CMOS Active-RC filters.

Lecture 41 - The Miller compensated opamp in active-RC filters, noise considerations,

noise in active-RC filters .

Lecture 42 - Distortion and Intermodulation in filters, miscellaneous discussion on fixed gm-bias circuits

video Lectures on "Active Filter Design" by Dr.Shanthi Pavan , IIT Madras

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Lecture 1 - Course overview and introduction.

Lecture 2 - The Butterworth approximation

Lecture 3 - The Chebyshev approximation

Lecture 4 - The Chebyshev approximation (contd)

Lecture 5 - The Chebyshev approximation (contd), the Inverse Chebyshev approximation

Lecture 6 - The Inverse Chebyshev approximation (contd).

Lecture 7 - Synthesis of doubly terminated all-pole LC ladders filters

Lecture 8 - Synthesis of doubly terminated LC ladders (contd).

Lecture 9 - Synthesis of doubly terminated LC ladders with finite zeros of transmission.

Lecture 10 - Network sensitivity - low sensitivity of doubly terminated ladders

Lecture 11 - Introduction to frequency transformations.

Lecture 12 - Frequency (reactance) transformations (contd) - properties of the driving

impedance of lossless LC networks- Tellegen's theorem and positive real functions.

Lecture 13 - Driving point impedance of LC networks (contd), Low Pass-to-Low Pass, Low

Pass-to-Band Pass, Low Pass-to-High Pass and Low Pass-to-Band Stop transformations

Lecture 14 - The Richard's Transformation, RC-CR transformation

Lecture 15 - Emulation of an inductor with a capacitor and controlled sources, the

gyrator, a second order transconductor capacitor filter.

Lecture 16 - Cascade of biquads realization of high order low pass filters, equivalence

of the parallel RLC and series RLC circuits with their Gm-C counterparts.

Lecture 17 - The idea of Dynamic Range in active filters - impedance scaling and its

effect on dynamic range

Lecture 18 - Introduction to noise in electrical networks.

Lecture 19 - Introduction to noise in electrical networks (contd), the idea of node

scaling.

Lecture 20 - Dynamic range scaling in active filters.

Lecture 21 - Biquad Ordering.

Lecture 22 - Active Ladder Emulation / Leapfrog Filters, Effect of Transconductor

nonidelaities (parasitic capacitance/output resistance).

Lecture 23 - Effect of Transconductor Nonidealities (contd) - parasitic poles.

Lecture 24 - Viewing the Gm-C biquad as a Double Integrator Loop, Revisiting the Effect

of Finite Gain of the Transconductors.

Lecture 25 - Single-ended Versus Differential Filters, Introducing the Differential-pair

Based Fully Differential Transconductor, the Need for Common-mode Feedback

Lecture 26 - Common-mode Feedback (continued).

Lecture 27 - Common-mode Feedback (continued), examples of Common-mode Detectors.

Lecture 28 - Stability of the Common-mode Feedback Loop

Lecture 29 - Common-mode Positive Feedback in Gyrators.

Lecture 30 - Common-mode Positive Feedback in Gyrators (contd), Noise in the

Differential Pair.

Lecture 31 - Noise in the Differential Pair (contd), Linearity of the Differential Pair,

Cascoding to Improve Output Impedance

Lecture 32 - Noise in Cascodes, Layout Considerations and Multi-finger Transistors.

Lecture 33 - Linearizing the Differential Pair, Resistive Degeneration.

Lecture 34 - Noise in Degenerated Transconductors, The Folded Cascode and Noise Analysis

Lecture 35 - Stabilizing filter bandwidth over process and temperature - the resistor

servo loop, master-slave loops.

Lecture 36 - Turning the filter into a VCO to estimate center frequency, example of a

practical precision fixed-gm bias circuit.

Lecture 37 - Introduction to accurate measurement and characterization techniques for

active filters.

Lecture 38 - Introduction to Active-RC filters.

Lecture 39 - Active-RC filters (contd), the use of an OTA instead of an opamp, swing and

noise considerations, single stage OTAs

Lecture 40 - Multistage OTAs for use in CMOS Active-RC filters.

Lecture 41 - The Miller compensated opamp in active-RC filters, noise considerations,

noise in active-RC filters .

Lecture 42 - Distortion and Intermodulation in filters, miscellaneous discussion on fixed gm-bias circuits

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Lecture 1 - Course overview and introduction.

Lecture 2 - The Butterworth approximation

Lecture 3 - The Chebyshev approximation

Lecture 4 - The Chebyshev approximation (contd)

Lecture 5 - The Chebyshev approximation (contd), the Inverse Chebyshev approximation

Lecture 6 - The Inverse Chebyshev approximation (contd).

Lecture 7 - Synthesis of doubly terminated all-pole LC ladders filters

Lecture 8 - Synthesis of doubly terminated LC ladders (contd).

Lecture 9 - Synthesis of doubly terminated LC ladders with finite zeros of transmission.

Lecture 10 - Network sensitivity - low sensitivity of doubly terminated ladders

Lecture 11 - Introduction to frequency transformations.

Lecture 12 - Frequency (reactance) transformations (contd) - properties of the driving

impedance of lossless LC networks- Tellegen's theorem and positive real functions.

Lecture 13 - Driving point impedance of LC networks (contd), Low Pass-to-Low Pass, Low

Pass-to-Band Pass, Low Pass-to-High Pass and Low Pass-to-Band Stop transformations

Lecture 14 - The Richard's Transformation, RC-CR transformation

Lecture 15 - Emulation of an inductor with a capacitor and controlled sources, the

gyrator, a second order transconductor capacitor filter.

Lecture 16 - Cascade of biquads realization of high order low pass filters, equivalence

of the parallel RLC and series RLC circuits with their Gm-C counterparts.

Lecture 17 - The idea of Dynamic Range in active filters - impedance scaling and its

effect on dynamic range

Lecture 18 - Introduction to noise in electrical networks.

Lecture 19 - Introduction to noise in electrical networks (contd), the idea of node

scaling.

Lecture 20 - Dynamic range scaling in active filters.

Lecture 21 - Biquad Ordering.

Lecture 22 - Active Ladder Emulation / Leapfrog Filters, Effect of Transconductor

nonidelaities (parasitic capacitance/output resistance).

Lecture 23 - Effect of Transconductor Nonidealities (contd) - parasitic poles.

Lecture 24 - Viewing the Gm-C biquad as a Double Integrator Loop, Revisiting the Effect

of Finite Gain of the Transconductors.

Lecture 25 - Single-ended Versus Differential Filters, Introducing the Differential-pair

Based Fully Differential Transconductor, the Need for Common-mode Feedback

Lecture 26 - Common-mode Feedback (continued).

Lecture 27 - Common-mode Feedback (continued), examples of Common-mode Detectors.

Lecture 28 - Stability of the Common-mode Feedback Loop

Lecture 29 - Common-mode Positive Feedback in Gyrators.

Lecture 30 - Common-mode Positive Feedback in Gyrators (contd), Noise in the

Differential Pair.

Lecture 31 - Noise in the Differential Pair (contd), Linearity of the Differential Pair,

Cascoding to Improve Output Impedance

Lecture 32 - Noise in Cascodes, Layout Considerations and Multi-finger Transistors.

Lecture 33 - Linearizing the Differential Pair, Resistive Degeneration.

Lecture 34 - Noise in Degenerated Transconductors, The Folded Cascode and Noise Analysis

Lecture 35 - Stabilizing filter bandwidth over process and temperature - the resistor

servo loop, master-slave loops.

Lecture 36 - Turning the filter into a VCO to estimate center frequency, example of a

practical precision fixed-gm bias circuit.

Lecture 37 - Introduction to accurate measurement and characterization techniques for

active filters.

Lecture 38 - Introduction to Active-RC filters.

Lecture 39 - Active-RC filters (contd), the use of an OTA instead of an opamp, swing and

noise considerations, single stage OTAs

Lecture 40 - Multistage OTAs for use in CMOS Active-RC filters.

Lecture 41 - The Miller compensated opamp in active-RC filters, noise considerations,

noise in active-RC filters .

Lecture 42 - Distortion and Intermodulation in filters, miscellaneous discussion on fixed gm-bias circuits

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Lecture 1 - Course overview and introduction.

Lecture 2 - The Butterworth approximation

Lecture 3 - The Chebyshev approximation

Lecture 4 - The Chebyshev approximation (contd)

Lecture 5 - The Chebyshev approximation (contd), the Inverse Chebyshev approximation

Lecture 6 - The Inverse Chebyshev approximation (contd).

Lecture 7 - Synthesis of doubly terminated all-pole LC ladders filters

Lecture 8 - Synthesis of doubly terminated LC ladders (contd).

Lecture 9 - Synthesis of doubly terminated LC ladders with finite zeros of transmission.

Lecture 10 - Network sensitivity - low sensitivity of doubly terminated ladders

Lecture 11 - Introduction to frequency transformations.

Lecture 12 - Frequency (reactance) transformations (contd) - properties of the driving

impedance of lossless LC networks- Tellegen's theorem and positive real functions.

Lecture 13 - Driving point impedance of LC networks (contd), Low Pass-to-Low Pass, Low

Pass-to-Band Pass, Low Pass-to-High Pass and Low Pass-to-Band Stop transformations

Lecture 14 - The Richard's Transformation, RC-CR transformation

Lecture 15 - Emulation of an inductor with a capacitor and controlled sources, the

gyrator, a second order transconductor capacitor filter.

Lecture 16 - Cascade of biquads realization of high order low pass filters, equivalence

of the parallel RLC and series RLC circuits with their Gm-C counterparts.

Lecture 17 - The idea of Dynamic Range in active filters - impedance scaling and its

effect on dynamic range

Lecture 18 - Introduction to noise in electrical networks.

Lecture 19 - Introduction to noise in electrical networks (contd), the idea of node

scaling.

Lecture 20 - Dynamic range scaling in active filters.

Lecture 21 - Biquad Ordering.

Lecture 22 - Active Ladder Emulation / Leapfrog Filters, Effect of Transconductor

nonidelaities (parasitic capacitance/output resistance).

Lecture 23 - Effect of Transconductor Nonidealities (contd) - parasitic poles.

Lecture 24 - Viewing the Gm-C biquad as a Double Integrator Loop, Revisiting the Effect

of Finite Gain of the Transconductors.

Lecture 25 - Single-ended Versus Differential Filters, Introducing the Differential-pair

Based Fully Differential Transconductor, the Need for Common-mode Feedback

Lecture 26 - Common-mode Feedback (continued).

Lecture 27 - Common-mode Feedback (continued), examples of Common-mode Detectors.

Lecture 28 - Stability of the Common-mode Feedback Loop

Lecture 29 - Common-mode Positive Feedback in Gyrators.

Lecture 30 - Common-mode Positive Feedback in Gyrators (contd), Noise in the

Differential Pair.

Lecture 31 - Noise in the Differential Pair (contd), Linearity of the Differential Pair,

Cascoding to Improve Output Impedance

Lecture 32 - Noise in Cascodes, Layout Considerations and Multi-finger Transistors.

Lecture 33 - Linearizing the Differential Pair, Resistive Degeneration.

Lecture 34 - Noise in Degenerated Transconductors, The Folded Cascode and Noise Analysis

Lecture 35 - Stabilizing filter bandwidth over process and temperature - the resistor

servo loop, master-slave loops.

Lecture 36 - Turning the filter into a VCO to estimate center frequency, example of a

practical precision fixed-gm bias circuit.

Lecture 37 - Introduction to accurate measurement and characterization techniques for

active filters.

Lecture 38 - Introduction to Active-RC filters.

Lecture 39 - Active-RC filters (contd), the use of an OTA instead of an opamp, swing and

noise considerations, single stage OTAs

Lecture 40 - Multistage OTAs for use in CMOS Active-RC filters.

Lecture 41 - The Miller compensated opamp in active-RC filters, noise considerations,

noise in active-RC filters .

Lecture 42 - Distortion and Intermodulation in filters, miscellaneous discussion onfixed gm-bias circuits

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Lecture 1 - Course overview and introduction.

Lecture 2 - The Butterworth approximation

Lecture 3 - The Chebyshev approximation

Lecture 4 - The Chebyshev approximation (contd)

Lecture 5 - The Chebyshev approximation (contd), the Inverse Chebyshev approximation

Lecture 6 - The Inverse Chebyshev approximation (contd).

Lecture 7 - Synthesis of doubly terminated all-pole LC ladders filters

Lecture 8 - Synthesis of doubly terminated LC ladders (contd).

Lecture 9 - Synthesis of doubly terminated LC ladders with finite zeros of transmission.

Lecture 10 - Network sensitivity - low sensitivity of doubly terminated ladders

Lecture 11 - Introduction to frequency transformations.

Lecture 12 - Frequency (reactance) transformations (contd) - properties of the driving

impedance of lossless LC networks- Tellegen's theorem and positive real functions.

Lecture 13 - Driving point impedance of LC networks (contd), Low Pass-to-Low Pass, Low

Pass-to-Band Pass, Low Pass-to-High Pass and Low Pass-to-Band Stop transformations

Lecture 14 - The Richard's Transformation, RC-CR transformation

Lecture 15 - Emulation of an inductor with a capacitor and controlled sources, the

gyrator, a second order transconductor capacitor filter.

Lecture 16 - Cascade of biquads realization of high order low pass filters, equivalence

of the parallel RLC and series RLC circuits with their Gm-C counterparts.

Lecture 17 - The idea of Dynamic Range in active filters - impedance scaling and its

effect on dynamic range

Lecture 18 - Introduction to noise in electrical networks.

Lecture 19 - Introduction to noise in electrical networks (contd), the idea of node

scaling.

Lecture 20 - Dynamic range scaling in active filters.

Lecture 21 - Biquad Ordering.

Lecture 22 - Active Ladder Emulation / Leapfrog Filters, Effect of Transconductor

nonidelaities (parasitic capacitance/output resistance).

Lecture 23 - Effect of Transconductor Nonidealities (contd) - parasitic poles.

Lecture 24 - Viewing the Gm-C biquad as a Double Integrator Loop, Revisiting the Effect

of Finite Gain of the Transconductors.

Lecture 25 - Single-ended Versus Differential Filters, Introducing the Differential-pair

Based Fully Differential Transconductor, the Need for Common-mode Feedback

Lecture 26 - Common-mode Feedback (continued).

Lecture 27 - Common-mode Feedback (continued), examples of Common-mode Detectors.

Lecture 28 - Stability of the Common-mode Feedback Loop

Lecture 29 - Common-mode Positive Feedback in Gyrators.

Lecture 30 - Common-mode Positive Feedback in Gyrators (contd), Noise in the

Differential Pair.

Lecture 31 - Noise in the Differential Pair (contd), Linearity of the Differential Pair,

Cascoding to Improve Output Impedance

Lecture 32 - Noise in Cascodes, Layout Considerations and Multi-finger Transistors.

Lecture 33 - Linearizing the Differential Pair, Resistive Degeneration.

Lecture 34 - Noise in Degenerated Transconductors, The Folded Cascode and Noise Analysis

Lecture 35 - Stabilizing filter bandwidth over process and temperature - the resistor

servo loop, master-slave loops.

Lecture 36 - Turning the filter into a VCO to estimate center frequency, example of a

practical precision fixed-gm bias circuit.

Lecture 37 - Introduction to accurate measurement and characterization techniques for

active filters.

Lecture 38 - Introduction to Active-RC filters.

Lecture 39 - Active-RC filters (contd), the use of an OTA instead of an opamp, swing and

noise considerations, single stage OTAs

Lecture 40 - Multistage OTAs for use in CMOS Active-RC filters.

Lecture 41 - The Miller compensated opamp in active-RC filters, noise considerations,

noise in active-RC filters .

Lecture 42 - Distortion and Intermodulation in filters, miscellaneous discussion on fixed gm-bias circuits

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Lecture 1 - Course overview and introduction.

Lecture 2 - The Butterworth approximation

Lecture 3 - The Chebyshev approximation

Lecture 4 - The Chebyshev approximation (contd)

Lecture 5 - The Chebyshev approximation (contd), the Inverse Chebyshev approximation

Lecture 6 - The Inverse Chebyshev approximation (contd).

Lecture 7 - Synthesis of doubly terminated all-pole LC ladders filters

Lecture 8 - Synthesis of doubly terminated LC ladders (contd).

Lecture 9 - Synthesis of doubly terminated LC ladders with finite zeros of transmission.

Lecture 10 - Network sensitivity - low sensitivity of doubly terminated ladders

Lecture 11 - Introduction to frequency transformations.

Lecture 12 - Frequency (reactance) transformations (contd) - properties of the driving

impedance of lossless LC networks- Tellegen's theorem and positive real functions.

Lecture 13 - Driving point impedance of LC networks (contd), Low Pass-to-Low Pass, Low

Pass-to-Band Pass, Low Pass-to-High Pass and Low Pass-to-Band Stop transformations

Lecture 14 - The Richard's Transformation, RC-CR transformation

Lecture 15 - Emulation of an inductor with a capacitor and controlled sources, the

gyrator, a second order transconductor capacitor filter.

Lecture 16 - Cascade of biquads realization of high order low pass filters, equivalence

of the parallel RLC and series RLC circuits with their Gm-C counterparts.

Lecture 17 - The idea of Dynamic Range in active filters - impedance scaling and its

effect on dynamic range

Lecture 18 - Introduction to noise in electrical networks.

Lecture 19 - Introduction to noise in electrical networks (contd), the idea of node

scaling.

Lecture 20 - Dynamic range scaling in active filters.

Lecture 21 - Biquad Ordering.

Lecture 22 - Active Ladder Emulation / Leapfrog Filters, Effect of Transconductor

nonidelaities (parasitic capacitance/output resistance).

Lecture 23 - Effect of Transconductor Nonidealities (contd) - parasitic poles.

Lecture 24 - Viewing the Gm-C biquad as a Double Integrator Loop, Revisiting the Effect

of Finite Gain of the Transconductors.

Lecture 25 - Single-ended Versus Differential Filters, Introducing the Differential-pair

Based Fully Differential Transconductor, the Need for Common-mode Feedback

Lecture 26 - Common-mode Feedback (continued).

Lecture 27 - Common-mode Feedback (continued), examples of Common-mode Detectors.

Lecture 28 - Stability of the Common-mode Feedback Loop

Lecture 29 - Common-mode Positive Feedback in Gyrators.

Lecture 30 - Common-mode Positive Feedback in Gyrators (contd), Noise in the

Differential Pair.

Lecture 31 - Noise in the Differential Pair (contd), Linearity of the Differential Pair,

Cascoding to Improve Output Impedance

Lecture 32 - Noise in Cascodes, Layout Considerations and Multi-finger Transistors.

Lecture 33 - Linearizing the Differential Pair, Resistive Degeneration.

Lecture 34 - Noise in Degenerated Transconductors, The Folded Cascode and Noise Analysis

Lecture 35 - Stabilizing filter bandwidth over process and temperature - the resistor

servo loop, master-slave loops.

Lecture 36 - Turning the filter into a VCO to estimate center frequency, example of a

practical precision fixed-gm bias circuit.

Lecture 37 - Introduction to accurate measurement and characterization techniques for

active filters.

Lecture 38 - Introduction to Active-RC filters.

Lecture 39 - Active-RC filters (contd), the use of an OTA instead of an opamp, swing and

noise considerations, single stage OTAs

Lecture 40 - Multistage OTAs for use in CMOS Active-RC filters.

Lecture 41 - The Miller compensated opamp in active-RC filters, noise considerations,

noise in active-RC filters .

Lecture 42 - Distortion and Intermodulation in filters, miscellaneous discussion on fixed gm-bias circuits

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Lecture 1 - Course overview and introduction.

Lecture 2 - The Butterworth approximation

Lecture 3 - The Chebyshev approximation

Lecture 4 - The Chebyshev approximation (contd)

Lecture 5 - The Chebyshev approximation (contd), the Inverse Chebyshev approximation

Lecture 6 - The Inverse Chebyshev approximation (contd).

Lecture 7 - Synthesis of doubly terminated all-pole LC ladders filters

Lecture 8 - Synthesis of doubly terminated LC ladders (contd).

Lecture 9 - Synthesis of doubly terminated LC ladders with finite zeros of transmission.

Lecture 10 - Network sensitivity - low sensitivity of doubly terminated ladders

Lecture 11 - Introduction to frequency transformations.

Lecture 12 - Frequency (reactance) transformations (contd) - properties of the driving

impedance of lossless LC networks- Tellegen's theorem and positive real functions.

Lecture 13 - Driving point impedance of LC networks (contd), Low Pass-to-Low Pass, Low

Pass-to-Band Pass, Low Pass-to-High Pass and Low Pass-to-Band Stop transformations

Lecture 14 - The Richard's Transformation, RC-CR transformation

Lecture 15 - Emulation of an inductor with a capacitor and controlled sources, the

gyrator, a second order transconductor capacitor filter.

Lecture 16 - Cascade of biquads realization of high order low pass filters, equivalence

of the parallel RLC and series RLC circuits with their Gm-C counterparts.

Lecture 17 - The idea of Dynamic Range in active filters - impedance scaling and its

effect on dynamic range

Lecture 18 - Introduction to noise in electrical networks.

Lecture 19 - Introduction to noise in electrical networks (contd), the idea of node

scaling.

Lecture 20 - Dynamic range scaling in active filters.

Lecture 21 - Biquad Ordering.

Lecture 22 - Active Ladder Emulation / Leapfrog Filters, Effect of Transconductor

nonidelaities (parasitic capacitance/output resistance).

Lecture 23 - Effect of Transconductor Nonidealities (contd) - parasitic poles.

Lecture 24 - Viewing the Gm-C biquad as a Double Integrator Loop, Revisiting the Effect

of Finite Gain of the Transconductors.

Lecture 25 - Single-ended Versus Differential Filters, Introducing the Differential-pair

Based Fully Differential Transconductor, the Need for Common-mode Feedback

Lecture 26 - Common-mode Feedback (continued).

Lecture 27 - Common-mode Feedback (continued), examples of Common-mode Detectors.

Lecture 28 - Stability of the Common-mode Feedback Loop

Lecture 29 - Common-mode Positive Feedback in Gyrators.

Lecture 30 - Common-mode Positive Feedback in Gyrators (contd), Noise in the

Differential Pair.

Lecture 31 - Noise in the Differential Pair (contd), Linearity of the Differential Pair,

Cascoding to Improve Output Impedance

Lecture 32 - Noise in Cascodes, Layout Considerations and Multi-finger Transistors.

Lecture 33 - Linearizing the Differential Pair, Resistive Degeneration.

Lecture 34 - Noise in Degenerated Transconductors, The Folded Cascode and Noise Analysis

Lecture 35 - Stabilizing filter bandwidth over process and temperature - the resistor

servo loop, master-slave loops.

Lecture 36 - Turning the filter into a VCO to estimate center frequency, example of a

practical precision fixed-gm bias circuit.

Lecture 37 - Introduction to accurate measurement and characterization techniques for

active filters.

Lecture 38 - Introduction to Active-RC filters.

Lecture 39 - Active-RC filters (contd), the use of an OTA instead of an opamp, swing and

noise considerations, single stage OTAs

Lecture 40 - Multistage OTAs for use in CMOS Active-RC filters.

Lecture 41 - The Miller compensated opamp in active-RC filters, noise considerations,

noise in active-RC filters .

Lecture 42 - Distortion and Intermodulation in filters, miscellaneous discussion on fixed gm-bias circuits

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Lecture 1 - Course overview and introduction.

Lecture 2 - The Butterworth approximation

Lecture 3 - The Chebyshev approximation

Lecture 4 - The Chebyshev approximation (contd)

Lecture 5 - The Chebyshev approximation (contd), the Inverse Chebyshev approximation

Lecture 6 - The Inverse Chebyshev approximation (contd).

Lecture 7 - Synthesis of doubly terminated all-pole LC ladders filters

Lecture 8 - Synthesis of doubly terminated LC ladders (contd).

Lecture 9 - Synthesis of doubly terminated LC ladders with finite zeros of transmission.

Lecture 10 - Network sensitivity - low sensitivity of doubly terminated ladders

Lecture 11 - Introduction to frequency transformations.

Lecture 12 - Frequency (reactance) transformations (contd) - properties of the driving

impedance of lossless LC networks- Tellegen's theorem and positive real functions.

Lecture 13 - Driving point impedance of LC networks (contd), Low Pass-to-Low Pass, Low

Pass-to-Band Pass, Low Pass-to-High Pass and Low Pass-to-Band Stop transformations

Lecture 14 - The Richard's Transformation, RC-CR transformation

Lecture 15 - Emulation of an inductor with a capacitor and controlled sources, the

gyrator, a second order transconductor capacitor filter.

Lecture 16 - Cascade of biquads realization of high order low pass filters, equivalence

of the parallel RLC and series RLC circuits with their Gm-C counterparts.

Lecture 17 - The idea of Dynamic Range in active filters - impedance scaling and its

effect on dynamic range

Lecture 18 - Introduction to noise in electrical networks.

Lecture 19 - Introduction to noise in electrical networks (contd), the idea of node

scaling.

Lecture 20 - Dynamic range scaling in active filters.

Lecture 21 - Biquad Ordering.

Lecture 22 - Active Ladder Emulation / Leapfrog Filters, Effect of Transconductor

nonidelaities (parasitic capacitance/output resistance).

Lecture 23 - Effect of Transconductor Nonidealities (contd) - parasitic poles.

Lecture 24 - Viewing the Gm-C biquad as a Double Integrator Loop, Revisiting the Effect

of Finite Gain of the Transconductors.

Lecture 25 - Single-ended Versus Differential Filters, Introducing the Differential-pair

Based Fully Differential Transconductor, the Need for Common-mode Feedback

Lecture 26 - Common-mode Feedback (continued).

Lecture 27 - Common-mode Feedback (continued), examples of Common-mode Detectors.

Lecture 28 - Stability of the Common-mode Feedback Loop

Lecture 29 - Common-mode Positive Feedback in Gyrators.

Lecture 30 - Common-mode Positive Feedback in Gyrators (contd), Noise in the

Differential Pair.

Lecture 31 - Noise in the Differential Pair (contd), Linearity of the Differential Pair,

Cascoding to Improve Output Impedance

Lecture 32 - Noise in Cascodes, Layout Considerations and Multi-finger Transistors.

Lecture 33 - Linearizing the Differential Pair, Resistive Degeneration.

Lecture 34 - Noise in Degenerated Transconductors, The Folded Cascode and Noise Analysis

Lecture 35 - Stabilizing filter bandwidth over process and temperature - the resistor

servo loop, master-slave loops.

Lecture 36 - Turning the filter into a VCO to estimate center frequency, example of a

practical precision fixed-gm bias circuit.

Lecture 37 - Introduction to accurate measurement and characterization techniques for

active filters.

Lecture 38 - Introduction to Active-RC filters.

Lecture 39 - Active-RC filters (contd), the use of an OTA instead of an opamp, swing and

noise considerations, single stage OTAs

Lecture 40 - Multistage OTAs for use in CMOS Active-RC filters.

Lecture 41 - The Miller compensated opamp in active-RC filters, noise considerations,

noise in active-RC filters .

Lecture 42 - Distortion and Intermodulation in filters, miscellaneous discussion on fixed gm-bias circuits

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Lecture 1 - Course overview and introduction.

Lecture 2 - The Butterworth approximation

Lecture 3 - The Chebyshev approximation

Lecture 4 - The Chebyshev approximation (contd)

Lecture 5 - The Chebyshev approximation (contd), the Inverse Chebyshev approximation

Lecture 6 - The Inverse Chebyshev approximation (contd).

Lecture 7 - Synthesis of doubly terminated all-pole LC ladders filters

Lecture 8 - Synthesis of doubly terminated LC ladders (contd).

Lecture 9 - Synthesis of doubly terminated LC ladders with finite zeros of transmission.

Lecture 10 - Network sensitivity - low sensitivity of doubly terminated ladders

Lecture 11 - Introduction to frequency transformations.

Lecture 12 - Frequency (reactance) transformations (contd) - properties of the driving

impedance of lossless LC networks- Tellegen's theorem and positive real functions.

Lecture 13 - Driving point impedance of LC networks (contd), Low Pass-to-Low Pass, Low

Pass-to-Band Pass, Low Pass-to-High Pass and Low Pass-to-Band Stop transformations

Lecture 14 - The Richard's Transformation, RC-CR transformation

Lecture 15 - Emulation of an inductor with a capacitor and controlled sources, the

gyrator, a second order transconductor capacitor filter.

Lecture 16 - Cascade of biquads realization of high order low pass filters, equivalence

of the parallel RLC and series RLC circuits with their Gm-C counterparts.

Lecture 17 - The idea of Dynamic Range in active filters - impedance scaling and its

effect on dynamic range

Lecture 18 - Introduction to noise in electrical networks.

Lecture 19 - Introduction to noise in electrical networks (contd), the idea of node

scaling.

Lecture 20 - Dynamic range scaling in active filters.

Lecture 21 - Biquad Ordering.

Lecture 22 - Active Ladder Emulation / Leapfrog Filters, Effect of Transconductor

nonidelaities (parasitic capacitance/output resistance).

Lecture 23 - Effect of Transconductor Nonidealities (contd) - parasitic poles.

Lecture 24 - Viewing the Gm-C biquad as a Double Integrator Loop, Revisiting the Effect

of Finite Gain of the Transconductors.

Lecture 25 - Single-ended Versus Differential Filters, Introducing the Differential-pair

Based Fully Differential Transconductor, the Need for Common-mode Feedback

Lecture 26 - Common-mode Feedback (continued).

Lecture 27 - Common-mode Feedback (continued), examples of Common-mode Detectors.

Lecture 28 - Stability of the Common-mode Feedback Loop

Lecture 29 - Common-mode Positive Feedback in Gyrators.

Lecture 30 - Common-mode Positive Feedback in Gyrators (contd), Noise in the

Differential Pair.

Lecture 31 - Noise in the Differential Pair (contd), Linearity of the Differential Pair,

Cascoding to Improve Output Impedance

Lecture 32 - Noise in Cascodes, Layout Considerations and Multi-finger Transistors.

Lecture 33 - Linearizing the Differential Pair, Resistive Degeneration.

Lecture 34 - Noise in Degenerated Transconductors, The Folded Cascode and Noise Analysis

Lecture 35 - Stabilizing filter bandwidth over process and temperature - the resistor

servo loop, master-slave loops.

Lecture 36 - Turning the filter into a VCO to estimate center frequency, example of a

practical precision fixed-gm bias circuit.

Lecture 37 - Introduction to accurate measurement and characterization techniques for

active filters.

Lecture 38 - Introduction to Active-RC filters.

Lecture 39 - Active-RC filters (contd), the use of an OTA instead of an opamp, swing and

noise considerations, single stage OTAs

Lecture 40 - Multistage OTAs for use in CMOS Active-RC filters.

Lecture 41 - The Miller compensated opamp in active-RC filters, noise considerations,

noise in active-RC filters .

Lecture 42 - Distortion and Intermodulation in filters, miscellaneous discussion on fixed gm-bias circuits

video Lectures on "Active Filter Design" by Dr.Shanthi Pavan , IIT Madras

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Lecture 1 - Course overview and introduction.

Lecture 2 - The Butterworth approximation

Lecture 3 - The Chebyshev approximation

Lecture 4 - The Chebyshev approximation (contd)

Lecture 5 - The Chebyshev approximation (contd), the Inverse Chebyshev approximation

Lecture 6 - The Inverse Chebyshev approximation (contd).

Lecture 7 - Synthesis of doubly terminated all-pole LC ladders filters

Lecture 8 - Synthesis of doubly terminated LC ladders (contd).

Lecture 9 - Synthesis of doubly terminated LC ladders with finite zeros of transmission.

Lecture 10 - Network sensitivity - low sensitivity of doubly terminated ladders

Lecture 11 - Introduction to frequency transformations.

Lecture 12 - Frequency (reactance) transformations (contd) - properties of the driving

impedance of lossless LC networks- Tellegen's theorem and positive real functions.

Lecture 13 - Driving point impedance of LC networks (contd), Low Pass-to-Low Pass, Low

Pass-to-Band Pass, Low Pass-to-High Pass and Low Pass-to-Band Stop transformations

Lecture 14 - The Richard's Transformation, RC-CR transformation

Lecture 15 - Emulation of an inductor with a capacitor and controlled sources, the

gyrator, a second order transconductor capacitor filter.

Lecture 16 - Cascade of biquads realization of high order low pass filters, equivalence

of the parallel RLC and series RLC circuits with their Gm-C counterparts.

Lecture 17 - The idea of Dynamic Range in active filters - impedance scaling and its

effect on dynamic range

Lecture 18 - Introduction to noise in electrical networks.

Lecture 19 - Introduction to noise in electrical networks (contd), the idea of node

scaling.

Lecture 20 - Dynamic range scaling in active filters.

Lecture 21 - Biquad Ordering.

Lecture 22 - Active Ladder Emulation / Leapfrog Filters, Effect of Transconductor

nonidelaities (parasitic capacitance/output resistance).

Lecture 23 - Effect of Transconductor Nonidealities (contd) - parasitic poles.

Lecture 24 - Viewing the Gm-C biquad as a Double Integrator Loop, Revisiting the Effect

of Finite Gain of the Transconductors.

Lecture 25 - Single-ended Versus Differential Filters, Introducing the Differential-pair

Based Fully Differential Transconductor, the Need for Common-mode Feedback

Lecture 26 - Common-mode Feedback (continued).

Lecture 27 - Common-mode Feedback (continued), examples of Common-mode Detectors.

Lecture 28 - Stability of the Common-mode Feedback Loop

Lecture 29 - Common-mode Positive Feedback in Gyrators.

Lecture 30 - Common-mode Positive Feedback in Gyrators (contd), Noise in the

Differential Pair.

Lecture 31 - Noise in the Differential Pair (contd), Linearity of the Differential Pair,

Cascoding to Improve Output Impedance

Lecture 32 - Noise in Cascodes, Layout Considerations and Multi-finger Transistors.

Lecture 33 - Linearizing the Differential Pair, Resistive Degeneration.

Lecture 34 - Noise in Degenerated Transconductors, The Folded Cascode and Noise Analysis

Lecture 35 - Stabilizing filter bandwidth over process and temperature - the resistor

servo loop, master-slave loops.

Lecture 36 - Turning the filter into a VCO to estimate center frequency, example of a

practical precision fixed-gm bias circuit.

Lecture 37 - Introduction to accurate measurement and characterization techniques for

active filters.

Lecture 38 - Introduction to Active-RC filters.

Lecture 39 - Active-RC filters (contd), the use of an OTA instead of an opamp, swing and

noise considerations, single stage OTAs

Lecture 40 - Multistage OTAs for use in CMOS Active-RC filters.

Lecture 41 - The Miller compensated opamp in active-RC filters, noise considerations,

noise in active-RC filters .

Lecture 42 - Distortion and Intermodulation in filters, miscellaneous discussion on fixed gm-bias circuits

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Lecture 1 - Course overview and introduction.

Lecture 2 - The Butterworth approximation

Lecture 3 - The Chebyshev approximation

Lecture 4 - The Chebyshev approximation (contd)

Lecture 5 - The Chebyshev approximation (contd), the Inverse Chebyshev approximation

Lecture 6 - The Inverse Chebyshev approximation (contd).

Lecture 7 - Synthesis of doubly terminated all-pole LC ladders filters

Lecture 8 - Synthesis of doubly terminated LC ladders (contd).

Lecture 9 - Synthesis of doubly terminated LC ladders with finite zeros of transmission.

Lecture 10 - Network sensitivity - low sensitivity of doubly terminated ladders

Lecture 11 - Introduction to frequency transformations.

Lecture 12 - Frequency (reactance) transformations (contd) - properties of the driving

impedance of lossless LC networks- Tellegen's theorem and positive real functions.

Lecture 13 - Driving point impedance of LC networks (contd), Low Pass-to-Low Pass, Low

Pass-to-Band Pass, Low Pass-to-High Pass and Low Pass-to-Band Stop transformations

Lecture 14 - The Richard's Transformation, RC-CR transformation

Lecture 15 - Emulation of an inductor with a capacitor and controlled sources, the

gyrator, a second order transconductor capacitor filter.

Lecture 16 - Cascade of biquads realization of high order low pass filters, equivalence

of the parallel RLC and series RLC circuits with their Gm-C counterparts.

Lecture 17 - The idea of Dynamic Range in active filters - impedance scaling and its

effect on dynamic range

Lecture 18 - Introduction to noise in electrical networks.

Lecture 19 - Introduction to noise in electrical networks (contd), the idea of node

scaling.

Lecture 20 - Dynamic range scaling in active filters.

Lecture 21 - Biquad Ordering.

Lecture 22 - Active Ladder Emulation / Leapfrog Filters, Effect of Transconductor

nonidelaities (parasitic capacitance/output resistance).

Lecture 23 - Effect of Transconductor Nonidealities (contd) - parasitic poles.

Lecture 24 - Viewing the Gm-C biquad as a Double Integrator Loop, Revisiting the Effect

of Finite Gain of the Transconductors.

Lecture 25 - Single-ended Versus Differential Filters, Introducing the Differential-pair

Based Fully Differential Transconductor, the Need for Common-mode Feedback

Lecture 26 - Common-mode Feedback (continued).

Lecture 27 - Common-mode Feedback (continued), examples of Common-mode Detectors.

Lecture 28 - Stability of the Common-mode Feedback Loop

Lecture 29 - Common-mode Positive Feedback in Gyrators.

Lecture 30 - Common-mode Positive Feedback in Gyrators (contd), Noise in the

Differential Pair.

Lecture 31 - Noise in the Differential Pair (contd), Linearity of the Differential Pair,

Cascoding to Improve Output Impedance

Lecture 32 - Noise in Cascodes, Layout Considerations and Multi-finger Transistors.

Lecture 33 - Linearizing the Differential Pair, Resistive Degeneration.

Lecture 34 - Noise in Degenerated Transconductors, The Folded Cascode and Noise Analysis

Lecture 35 - Stabilizing filter bandwidth over process and temperature - the resistor

servo loop, master-slave loops.

Lecture 36 - Turning the filter into a VCO to estimate center frequency, example of a

practical precision fixed-gm bias circuit.

Lecture 37 - Introduction to accurate measurement and characterization techniques for

active filters.

Lecture 38 - Introduction to Active-RC filters.

Lecture 39 - Active-RC filters (contd), the use of an OTA instead of an opamp, swing and

noise considerations, single stage OTAs

Lecture 40 - Multistage OTAs for use in CMOS Active-RC filters.

Lecture 41 - The Miller compensated opamp in active-RC filters, noise considerations,

noise in active-RC filters .

Lecture 42 - Distortion and Intermodulation in filters, miscellaneous discussion on fixed gm-bias circuits

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Lecture 1 - Course overview and introduction.

Lecture 2 - The Butterworth approximation

Lecture 3 - The Chebyshev approximation

Lecture 4 - The Chebyshev approximation (contd)

Lecture 5 - The Chebyshev approximation (contd), the Inverse Chebyshev approximation

Lecture 6 - The Inverse Chebyshev approximation (contd).

Lecture 7 - Synthesis of doubly terminated all-pole LC ladders filters

Lecture 8 - Synthesis of doubly terminated LC ladders (contd).

Lecture 9 - Synthesis of doubly terminated LC ladders with finite zeros of transmission.

Lecture 10 - Network sensitivity - low sensitivity of doubly terminated ladders

Lecture 11 - Introduction to frequency transformations.

Lecture 12 - Frequency (reactance) transformations (contd) - properties of the driving

impedance of lossless LC networks- Tellegen's theorem and positive real functions.

Lecture 13 - Driving point impedance of LC networks (contd), Low Pass-to-Low Pass, Low

Pass-to-Band Pass, Low Pass-to-High Pass and Low Pass-to-Band Stop transformations

Lecture 14 - The Richard's Transformation, RC-CR transformation

Lecture 15 - Emulation of an inductor with a capacitor and controlled sources, the

gyrator, a second order transconductor capacitor filter.

Lecture 16 - Cascade of biquads realization of high order low pass filters, equivalence

of the parallel RLC and series RLC circuits with their Gm-C counterparts.

Lecture 17 - The idea of Dynamic Range in active filters - impedance scaling and its

effect on dynamic range

Lecture 18 - Introduction to noise in electrical networks.

Lecture 19 - Introduction to noise in electrical networks (contd), the idea of node

scaling.

Lecture 20 - Dynamic range scaling in active filters.

Lecture 21 - Biquad Ordering.

Lecture 22 - Active Ladder Emulation / Leapfrog Filters, Effect of Transconductor

nonidelaities (parasitic capacitance/output resistance).

Lecture 23 - Effect of Transconductor Nonidealities (contd) - parasitic poles.

Lecture 24 - Viewing the Gm-C biquad as a Double Integrator Loop, Revisiting the Effect

of Finite Gain of the Transconductors.

Lecture 25 - Single-ended Versus Differential Filters, Introducing the Differential-pair

Based Fully Differential Transconductor, the Need for Common-mode Feedback

Lecture 26 - Common-mode Feedback (continued).

Lecture 27 - Common-mode Feedback (continued), examples of Common-mode Detectors.

Lecture 28 - Stability of the Common-mode Feedback Loop

Lecture 29 - Common-mode Positive Feedback in Gyrators.

Lecture 30 - Common-mode Positive Feedback in Gyrators (contd), Noise in the

Differential Pair.

Lecture 31 - Noise in the Differential Pair (contd), Linearity of the Differential Pair,

Cascoding to Improve Output Impedance

Lecture 32 - Noise in Cascodes, Layout Considerations and Multi-finger Transistors.

Lecture 33 - Linearizing the Differential Pair, Resistive Degeneration.

Lecture 34 - Noise in Degenerated Transconductors, The Folded Cascode and Noise Analysis

Lecture 35 - Stabilizing filter bandwidth over process and temperature - the resistor

servo loop, master-slave loops.

Lecture 36 - Turning the filter into a VCO to estimate center frequency, example of a

practical precision fixed-gm bias circuit.

Lecture 37 - Introduction to accurate measurement and characterization techniques for

active filters.

Lecture 38 - Introduction to Active-RC filters.

Lecture 39 - Active-RC filters (contd), the use of an OTA instead of an opamp, swing and

noise considerations, single stage OTAs

Lecture 40 - Multistage OTAs for use in CMOS Active-RC filters.

Lecture 41 - The Miller compensated opamp in active-RC filters, noise considerations,

noise in active-RC filters .

Lecture 42 - Distortion and Intermodulation in filters, miscellaneous discussion on fixed gm-bias circuits

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Lecture 1 - Course overview and introduction.

Lecture 2 - The Butterworth approximation

Lecture 3 - The Chebyshev approximation

Lecture 4 - The Chebyshev approximation (contd)

Lecture 5 - The Chebyshev approximation (contd), the Inverse Chebyshev approximation

Lecture 6 - The Inverse Chebyshev approximation (contd).

Lecture 7 - Synthesis of doubly terminated all-pole LC ladders filters

Lecture 8 - Synthesis of doubly terminated LC ladders (contd).

Lecture 9 - Synthesis of doubly terminated LC ladders with finite zeros of transmission.

Lecture 10 - Network sensitivity - low sensitivity of doubly terminated ladders

Lecture 11 - Introduction to frequency transformations.

Lecture 12 - Frequency (reactance) transformations (contd) - properties of the driving

impedance of lossless LC networks- Tellegen's theorem and positive real functions.

Lecture 13 - Driving point impedance of LC networks (contd), Low Pass-to-Low Pass, Low

Pass-to-Band Pass, Low Pass-to-High Pass and Low Pass-to-Band Stop transformations

Lecture 14 - The Richard's Transformation, RC-CR transformation

Lecture 15 - Emulation of an inductor with a capacitor and controlled sources, the

gyrator, a second order transconductor capacitor filter.

Lecture 16 - Cascade of biquads realization of high order low pass filters, equivalence

of the parallel RLC and series RLC circuits with their Gm-C counterparts.

Lecture 17 - The idea of Dynamic Range in active filters - impedance scaling and its

effect on dynamic range

Lecture 18 - Introduction to noise in electrical networks.

Lecture 19 - Introduction to noise in electrical networks (contd), the idea of node

scaling.

Lecture 20 - Dynamic range scaling in active filters.

Lecture 21 - Biquad Ordering.

Lecture 22 - Active Ladder Emulation / Leapfrog Filters, Effect of Transconductor

nonidelaities (parasitic capacitance/output resistance).

Lecture 23 - Effect of Transconductor Nonidealities (contd) - parasitic poles.

Lecture 24 - Viewing the Gm-C biquad as a Double Integrator Loop, Revisiting the Effect

of Finite Gain of the Transconductors.

Lecture 25 - Single-ended Versus Differential Filters, Introducing the Differential-pair

Based Fully Differential Transconductor, the Need for Common-mode Feedback

Lecture 26 - Common-mode Feedback (continued).

Lecture 27 - Common-mode Feedback (continued), examples of Common-mode Detectors.

Lecture 28 - Stability of the Common-mode Feedback Loop

Lecture 29 - Common-mode Positive Feedback in Gyrators.

Lecture 30 - Common-mode Positive Feedback in Gyrators (contd), Noise in the

Differential Pair.

Lecture 31 - Noise in the Differential Pair (contd), Linearity of the Differential Pair,

Cascoding to Improve Output Impedance

Lecture 32 - Noise in Cascodes, Layout Considerations and Multi-finger Transistors.

Lecture 33 - Linearizing the Differential Pair, Resistive Degeneration.

Lecture 34 - Noise in Degenerated Transconductors, The Folded Cascode and Noise Analysis

Lecture 35 - Stabilizing filter bandwidth over process and temperature - the resistor

servo loop, master-slave loops.

Lecture 36 - Turning the filter into a VCO to estimate center frequency, example of a

practical precision fixed-gm bias circuit.

Lecture 37 - Introduction to accurate measurement and characterization techniques for

active filters.

Lecture 38 - Introduction to Active-RC filters.

Lecture 39 - Active-RC filters (contd), the use of an OTA instead of an opamp, swing and

noise considerations, single stage OTAs

Lecture 40 - Multistage OTAs for use in CMOS Active-RC filters.

Lecture 41 - The Miller compensated opamp in active-RC filters, noise considerations,

noise in active-RC filters .

Lecture 42 - Distortion and Intermodulation in filters, miscellaneous discussion on fixed gm-bias circuits

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Lecture 1 - Course overview and introduction.

Lecture 2 - The Butterworth approximation

Lecture 3 - The Chebyshev approximation

Lecture 4 - The Chebyshev approximation (contd)

Lecture 5 - The Chebyshev approximation (contd), the Inverse Chebyshev approximation

Lecture 6 - The Inverse Chebyshev approximation (contd).

Lecture 7 - Synthesis of doubly terminated all-pole LC ladders filters

Lecture 8 - Synthesis of doubly terminated LC ladders (contd).

Lecture 9 - Synthesis of doubly terminated LC ladders with finite zeros of transmission.

Lecture 10 - Network sensitivity - low sensitivity of doubly terminated ladders

Lecture 11 - Introduction to frequency transformations.

Lecture 12 - Frequency (reactance) transformations (contd) - properties of the driving

impedance of lossless LC networks- Tellegen's theorem and positive real functions.

Lecture 13 - Driving point impedance of LC networks (contd), Low Pass-to-Low Pass, Low

Pass-to-Band Pass, Low Pass-to-High Pass and Low Pass-to-Band Stop transformations

Lecture 14 - The Richard's Transformation, RC-CR transformation

Lecture 15 - Emulation of an inductor with a capacitor and controlled sources, the

gyrator, a second order transconductor capacitor filter.

Lecture 16 - Cascade of biquads realization of high order low pass filters, equivalence

of the parallel RLC and series RLC circuits with their Gm-C counterparts.

Lecture 17 - The idea of Dynamic Range in active filters - impedance scaling and its

effect on dynamic range

Lecture 18 - Introduction to noise in electrical networks.

Lecture 19 - Introduction to noise in electrical networks (contd), the idea of node

scaling.

Lecture 20 - Dynamic range scaling in active filters.

Lecture 21 - Biquad Ordering.

Lecture 22 - Active Ladder Emulation / Leapfrog Filters, Effect of Transconductor

nonidelaities (parasitic capacitance/output resistance).

Lecture 23 - Effect of Transconductor Nonidealities (contd) - parasitic poles.

Lecture 24 - Viewing the Gm-C biquad as a Double Integrator Loop, Revisiting the Effect

of Finite Gain of the Transconductors.

Lecture 25 - Single-ended Versus Differential Filters, Introducing the Differential-pair

Based Fully Differential Transconductor, the Need for Common-mode Feedback

Lecture 26 - Common-mode Feedback (continued).

Lecture 27 - Common-mode Feedback (continued), examples of Common-mode Detectors.

Lecture 28 - Stability of the Common-mode Feedback Loop

Lecture 29 - Common-mode Positive Feedback in Gyrators.

Lecture 30 - Common-mode Positive Feedback in Gyrators (contd), Noise in the

Differential Pair.

Lecture 31 - Noise in the Differential Pair (contd), Linearity of the Differential Pair,

Cascoding to Improve Output Impedance

Lecture 32 - Noise in Cascodes, Layout Considerations and Multi-finger Transistors.

Lecture 33 - Linearizing the Differential Pair, Resistive Degeneration.

Lecture 34 - Noise in Degenerated Transconductors, The Folded Cascode and Noise Analysis

Lecture 35 - Stabilizing filter bandwidth over process and temperature - the resistor

servo loop, master-slave loops.

Lecture 36 - Turning the filter into a VCO to estimate center frequency, example of a

practical precision fixed-gm bias circuit.

Lecture 37 - Introduction to accurate measurement and characterization techniques for

active filters.

Lecture 38 - Introduction to Active-RC filters.

Lecture 39 - Active-RC filters (contd), the use of an OTA instead of an opamp, swing and

noise considerations, single stage OTAs

Lecture 40 - Multistage OTAs for use in CMOS Active-RC filters.

Lecture 41 - The Miller compensated opamp in active-RC filters, noise considerations,

noise in active-RC filters .

Lecture 42 - Distortion and Intermodulation in filters, miscellaneous discussion on fixed gm-bias circuits

video Lectures on "Active Filter Design" by Dr.Shanthi Pavan , IIT Madras

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Lecture 1 - Course overview and introduction.

Lecture 2 - The Butterworth approximation

Lecture 3 - The Chebyshev approximation

Lecture 4 - The Chebyshev approximation (contd)

Lecture 5 - The Chebyshev approximation (contd), the Inverse Chebyshev approximation

Lecture 6 - The Inverse Chebyshev approximation (contd).

Lecture 7 - Synthesis of doubly terminated all-pole LC ladders filters

Lecture 8 - Synthesis of doubly terminated LC ladders (contd).

Lecture 9 - Synthesis of doubly terminated LC ladders with finite zeros of transmission.

Lecture 10 - Network sensitivity - low sensitivity of doubly terminated ladders

Lecture 11 - Introduction to frequency transformations.

Lecture 12 - Frequency (reactance) transformations (contd) - properties of the driving

impedance of lossless LC networks- Tellegen's theorem and positive real functions.

Lecture 13 - Driving point impedance of LC networks (contd), Low Pass-to-Low Pass, Low

Pass-to-Band Pass, Low Pass-to-High Pass and Low Pass-to-Band Stop transformations

Lecture 14 - The Richard's Transformation, RC-CR transformation

Lecture 15 - Emulation of an inductor with a capacitor and controlled sources, the

gyrator, a second order transconductor capacitor filter.

Lecture 16 - Cascade of biquads realization of high order low pass filters, equivalence

of the parallel RLC and series RLC circuits with their Gm-C counterparts.

Lecture 17 - The idea of Dynamic Range in active filters - impedance scaling and its

effect on dynamic range

Lecture 18 - Introduction to noise in electrical networks.

Lecture 19 - Introduction to noise in electrical networks (contd), the idea of node

scaling.

Lecture 20 - Dynamic range scaling in active filters.

Lecture 21 - Biquad Ordering.

Lecture 22 - Active Ladder Emulation / Leapfrog Filters, Effect of Transconductor

nonidelaities (parasitic capacitance/output resistance).

Lecture 23 - Effect of Transconductor Nonidealities (contd) - parasitic poles.

Lecture 24 - Viewing the Gm-C biquad as a Double Integrator Loop, Revisiting the Effect

of Finite Gain of the Transconductors.

Lecture 25 - Single-ended Versus Differential Filters, Introducing the Differential-pair

Based Fully Differential Transconductor, the Need for Common-mode Feedback

Lecture 26 - Common-mode Feedback (continued).

Lecture 27 - Common-mode Feedback (continued), examples of Common-mode Detectors.

Lecture 28 - Stability of the Common-mode Feedback Loop

Lecture 29 - Common-mode Positive Feedback in Gyrators.

Lecture 30 - Common-mode Positive Feedback in Gyrators (contd), Noise in the

Differential Pair.

Lecture 31 - Noise in the Differential Pair (contd), Linearity of the Differential Pair,

Cascoding to Improve Output Impedance

Lecture 32 - Noise in Cascodes, Layout Considerations and Multi-finger Transistors.

Lecture 33 - Linearizing the Differential Pair, Resistive Degeneration.

Lecture 34 - Noise in Degenerated Transconductors, The Folded Cascode and Noise Analysis

Lecture 35 - Stabilizing filter bandwidth over process and temperature - the resistor

servo loop, master-slave loops.

Lecture 36 - Turning the filter into a VCO to estimate center frequency, example of a

practical precision fixed-gm bias circuit.

Lecture 37 - Introduction to accurate measurement and characterization techniques for

active filters.

Lecture 38 - Introduction to Active-RC filters.

Lecture 39 - Active-RC filters (contd), the use of an OTA instead of an opamp, swing and

noise considerations, single stage OTAs

Lecture 40 - Multistage OTAs for use in CMOS Active-RC filters.

Lecture 41 - The Miller compensated opamp in active-RC filters, noise considerations,

noise in active-RC filters .

Lecture 42 - Distortion and Intermodulation in filters, miscellaneous discussion on fixed gm-bias circuits

video Lectures on "Active Filter Design" by Dr.Shanthi Pavan , IIT Madras

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Lecture 1 - Course overview and introduction.

Lecture 2 - The Butterworth approximation

Lecture 3 - The Chebyshev approximation

Lecture 4 - The Chebyshev approximation (contd)

Lecture 5 - The Chebyshev approximation (contd), the Inverse Chebyshev approximation

Lecture 6 - The Inverse Chebyshev approximation (contd).

Lecture 7 - Synthesis of doubly terminated all-pole LC ladders filters

Lecture 8 - Synthesis of doubly terminated LC ladders (contd).

Lecture 9 - Synthesis of doubly terminated LC ladders with finite zeros of transmission.

Lecture 10 - Network sensitivity - low sensitivity of doubly terminated ladders

Lecture 11 - Introduction to frequency transformations.

Lecture 12 - Frequency (reactance) transformations (contd) - properties of the driving

impedance of lossless LC networks- Tellegen's theorem and positive real functions.

Lecture 13 - Driving point impedance of LC networks (contd), Low Pass-to-Low Pass, Low

Pass-to-Band Pass, Low Pass-to-High Pass and Low Pass-to-Band Stop transformations

Lecture 14 - The Richard's Transformation, RC-CR transformation

Lecture 15 - Emulation of an inductor with a capacitor and controlled sources, the

gyrator, a second order transconductor capacitor filter.

Lecture 16 - Cascade of biquads realization of high order low pass filters, equivalence

of the parallel RLC and series RLC circuits with their Gm-C counterparts.

Lecture 17 - The idea of Dynamic Range in active filters - impedance scaling and its

effect on dynamic range

Lecture 18 - Introduction to noise in electrical networks.

Lecture 19 - Introduction to noise in electrical networks (contd), the idea of node

scaling.

Lecture 20 - Dynamic range scaling in active filters.

Lecture 21 - Biquad Ordering.

Lecture 22 - Active Ladder Emulation / Leapfrog Filters, Effect of Transconductor

nonidelaities (parasitic capacitance/output resistance).

Lecture 23 - Effect of Transconductor Nonidealities (contd) - parasitic poles.

Lecture 24 - Viewing the Gm-C biquad as a Double Integrator Loop, Revisiting the Effect

of Finite Gain of the Transconductors.

Lecture 25 - Single-ended Versus Differential Filters, Introducing the Differential-pair

Based Fully Differential Transconductor, the Need for Common-mode Feedback

Lecture 26 - Common-mode Feedback (continued).

Lecture 27 - Common-mode Feedback (continued), examples of Common-mode Detectors.

Lecture 28 - Stability of the Common-mode Feedback Loop

Lecture 29 - Common-mode Positive Feedback in Gyrators.

Lecture 30 - Common-mode Positive Feedback in Gyrators (contd), Noise in the

Differential Pair.

Lecture 31 - Noise in the Differential Pair (contd), Linearity of the Differential Pair,

Cascoding to Improve Output Impedance

Lecture 32 - Noise in Cascodes, Layout Considerations and Multi-finger Transistors.

Lecture 33 - Linearizing the Differential Pair, Resistive Degeneration.

Lecture 34 - Noise in Degenerated Transconductors, The Folded Cascode and Noise Analysis

Lecture 35 - Stabilizing filter bandwidth over process and temperature - the resistor

servo loop, master-slave loops.

Lecture 36 - Turning the filter into a VCO to estimate center frequency, example of a

practical precision fixed-gm bias circuit.

Lecture 37 - Introduction to accurate measurement and characterization techniques for

active filters.

Lecture 38 - Introduction to Active-RC filters.

Lecture 39 - Active-RC filters (contd), the use of an OTA instead of an opamp, swing and

noise considerations, single stage OTAs

Lecture 40 - Multistage OTAs for use in CMOS Active-RC filters.

Lecture 41 - The Miller compensated opamp in active-RC filters, noise considerations,

noise in active-RC filters .

Lecture 42 - Distortion and Intermodulation in filters, miscellaneous discussion on fixed gm-bias circuits

video Lectures on "Active Filter Design" by Dr.Shanthi Pavan , IIT Madras

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Lecture 1 - Course overview and introduction.

Lecture 2 - The Butterworth approximation

Lecture 3 - The Chebyshev approximation

Lecture 4 - The Chebyshev approximation (contd)

Lecture 5 - The Chebyshev approximation (contd), the Inverse Chebyshev approximation

Lecture 6 - The Inverse Chebyshev approximation (contd).

Lecture 7 - Synthesis of doubly terminated all-pole LC ladders filters

Lecture 8 - Synthesis of doubly terminated LC ladders (contd).

Lecture 9 - Synthesis of doubly terminated LC ladders with finite zeros of transmission.

Lecture 10 - Network sensitivity - low sensitivity of doubly terminated ladders

Lecture 11 - Introduction to frequency transformations.

Lecture 12 - Frequency (reactance) transformations (contd) - properties of the driving

impedance of lossless LC networks- Tellegen's theorem and positive real functions.

Lecture 13 - Driving point impedance of LC networks (contd), Low Pass-to-Low Pass, Low

Pass-to-Band Pass, Low Pass-to-High Pass and Low Pass-to-Band Stop transformations

Lecture 14 - The Richard's Transformation, RC-CR transformation

Lecture 15 - Emulation of an inductor with a capacitor and controlled sources, the

gyrator, a second order transconductor capacitor filter.

Lecture 16 - Cascade of biquads realization of high order low pass filters, equivalence

of the parallel RLC and series RLC circuits with their Gm-C counterparts.

Lecture 17 - The idea of Dynamic Range in active filters - impedance scaling and its

effect on dynamic range

Lecture 18 - Introduction to noise in electrical networks.

Lecture 19 - Introduction to noise in electrical networks (contd), the idea of node

scaling.

Lecture 20 - Dynamic range scaling in active filters.

Lecture 21 - Biquad Ordering.

Lecture 22 - Active Ladder Emulation / Leapfrog Filters, Effect of Transconductor

nonidelaities (parasitic capacitance/output resistance).

Lecture 23 - Effect of Transconductor Nonidealities (contd) - parasitic poles.

Lecture 24 - Viewing the Gm-C biquad as a Double Integrator Loop, Revisiting the Effect

of Finite Gain of the Transconductors.

Lecture 25 - Single-ended Versus Differential Filters, Introducing the Differential-pair

Based Fully Differential Transconductor, the Need for Common-mode Feedback

Lecture 26 - Common-mode Feedback (continued).

Lecture 27 - Common-mode Feedback (continued), examples of Common-mode Detectors.

Lecture 28 - Stability of the Common-mode Feedback Loop

Lecture 29 - Common-mode Positive Feedback in Gyrators.

Lecture 30 - Common-mode Positive Feedback in Gyrators (contd), Noise in the

Differential Pair.

Lecture 31 - Noise in the Differential Pair (contd), Linearity of the Differential Pair,

Cascoding to Improve Output Impedance

Lecture 32 - Noise in Cascodes, Layout Considerations and Multi-finger Transistors.

Lecture 33 - Linearizing the Differential Pair, Resistive Degeneration.

Lecture 34 - Noise in Degenerated Transconductors, The Folded Cascode and Noise Analysis

Lecture 35 - Stabilizing filter bandwidth over process and temperature - the resistor

servo loop, master-slave loops.

Lecture 36 - Turning the filter into a VCO to estimate center frequency, example of a

practical precision fixed-gm bias circuit.

Lecture 37 - Introduction to accurate measurement and characterization techniques for

active filters.

Lecture 38 - Introduction to Active-RC filters.

Lecture 39 - Active-RC filters (contd), the use of an OTA instead of an opamp, swing and

noise considerations, single stage OTAs

Lecture 40 - Multistage OTAs for use in CMOS Active-RC filters.

Lecture 41 - The Miller compensated opamp in active-RC filters, noise considerations,

noise in active-RC filters .

Lecture 42 - Distortion and Intermodulation in filters, miscellaneous discussion on fixed gm-bias circuits

video Lectures on "Active Filter Design" by Dr.Shanthi Pavan , IIT Madras

for more videos .... www.satishkashyap.com

for free ebooks.....www.ebook29.blogspot.com

Lecture 1 - Course overview and introduction.

Lecture 2 - The Butterworth approximation

Lecture 3 - The Chebyshev approximation

Lecture 4 - The Chebyshev approximation (contd)

Lecture 5 - The Chebyshev approximation (contd), the Inverse Chebyshev approximation

Lecture 6 - The Inverse Chebyshev approximation (contd).

Lecture 7 - Synthesis of doubly terminated all-pole LC ladders filters

Lecture 8 - Synthesis of doubly terminated LC ladders (contd).

Lecture 9 - Synthesis of doubly terminated LC ladders with finite zeros of transmission.

Lecture 10 - Network sensitivity - low sensitivity of doubly terminated ladders

Lecture 11 - Introduction to frequency transformations.

Lecture 12 - Frequency (reactance) transformations (contd) - properties of the driving

impedance of lossless LC networks- Tellegen's theorem and positive real functions.

Lecture 13 - Driving point impedance of LC networks (contd), Low Pass-to-Low Pass, Low

Pass-to-Band Pass, Low Pass-to-High Pass and Low Pass-to-Band Stop transformations

Lecture 14 - The Richard's Transformation, RC-CR transformation

Lecture 15 - Emulation of an inductor with a capacitor and controlled sources, the

gyrator, a second order transconductor capacitor filter.

Lecture 16 - Cascade of biquads realization of high order low pass filters, equivalence

of the parallel RLC and series RLC circuits with their Gm-C counterparts.

Lecture 17 - The idea of Dynamic Range in active filters - impedance scaling and its

effect on dynamic range

Lecture 18 - Introduction to noise in electrical networks.

Lecture 19 - Introduction to noise in electrical networks (contd), the idea of node

scaling.

Lecture 20 - Dynamic range scaling in active filters.

Lecture 21 - Biquad Ordering.

Lecture 22 - Active Ladder Emulation / Leapfrog Filters, Effect of Transconductor

nonidelaities (parasitic capacitance/output resistance).

Lecture 23 - Effect of Transconductor Nonidealities (contd) - parasitic poles.

Lecture 24 - Viewing the Gm-C biquad as a Double Integrator Loop, Revisiting the Effect

of Finite Gain of the Transconductors.

Lecture 25 - Single-ended Versus Differential Filters, Introducing the Differential-pair

Based Fully Differential Transconductor, the Need for Common-mode Feedback

Lecture 26 - Common-mode Feedback (continued).

Lecture 27 - Common-mode Feedback (continued), examples of Common-mode Detectors.

Lecture 28 - Stability of the Common-mode Feedback Loop

Lecture 29 - Common-mode Positive Feedback in Gyrators.

Lecture 30 - Common-mode Positive Feedback in Gyrators (contd), Noise in the

Differential Pair.

Lecture 31 - Noise in the Differential Pair (contd), Linearity of the Differential Pair,

Cascoding to Improve Output Impedance

Lecture 32 - Noise in Cascodes, Layout Considerations and Multi-finger Transistors.

Lecture 33 - Linearizing the Differential Pair, Resistive Degeneration.

Lecture 34 - Noise in Degenerated Transconductors, The Folded Cascode and Noise Analysis

Lecture 35 - Stabilizing filter bandwidth over process and temperature - the resistor

servo loop, master-slave loops.

Lecture 36 - Turning the filter into a VCO to estimate center frequency, example of a

practical precision fixed-gm bias circuit.

Lecture 37 - Introduction to accurate measurement and characterization techniques for

active filters.

Lecture 38 - Introduction to Active-RC filters.

Lecture 39 - Active-RC filters (contd), the use of an OTA instead of an opamp, swing and

noise considerations, single stage OTAs

Lecture 40 - Multistage OTAs for use in CMOS Active-RC filters.

Lecture 41 - The Miller compensated opamp in active-RC filters, noise considerations,

noise in active-RC filters .

Lecture 42 - Distortion and Intermodulation in filters, miscellaneous discussion on fixed gm-bias circuits

video Lectures on "Active Filter Design" by Dr.Shanthi Pavan , IIT Madras

for more videos .... www.satishkashyap.com

for free ebooks.....www.ebook29.blogspot.com

Lecture 1 - Course overview and introduction.

Lecture 2 - The Butterworth approximation

Lecture 3 - The Chebyshev approximation

Lecture 4 - The Chebyshev approximation (contd)

Lecture 5 - The Chebyshev approximation (contd), the Inverse Chebyshev approximation

Lecture 6 - The Inverse Chebyshev approximation (contd).

Lecture 7 - Synthesis of doubly terminated all-pole LC ladders filters

Lecture 8 - Synthesis of doubly terminated LC ladders (contd).

Lecture 9 - Synthesis of doubly terminated LC ladders with finite zeros of transmission.

Lecture 10 - Network sensitivity - low sensitivity of doubly terminated ladders

Lecture 11 - Introduction to frequency transformations.

Lecture 12 - Frequency (reactance) transformations (contd) - properties of the driving

impedance of lossless LC networks- Tellegen's theorem and positive real functions.

Lecture 13 - Driving point impedance of LC networks (contd), Low Pass-to-Low Pass, Low

Pass-to-Band Pass, Low Pass-to-High Pass and Low Pass-to-Band Stop transformations

Lecture 14 - The Richard's Transformation, RC-CR transformation

Lecture 15 - Emulation of an inductor with a capacitor and controlled sources, the

gyrator, a second order transconductor capacitor filter.

Lecture 16 - Cascade of biquads realization of high order low pass filters, equivalence

of the parallel RLC and series RLC circuits with their Gm-C counterparts.

Lecture 17 - The idea of Dynamic Range in active filters - impedance scaling and its

effect on dynamic range

Lecture 18 - Introduction to noise in electrical networks.

Lecture 19 - Introduction to noise in electrical networks (contd), the idea of node

scaling.

Lecture 20 - Dynamic range scaling in active filters.

Lecture 21 - Biquad Ordering.

Lecture 22 - Active Ladder Emulation / Leapfrog Filters, Effect of Transconductor

nonidelaities (parasitic capacitance/output resistance).

Lecture 23 - Effect of Transconductor Nonidealities (contd) - parasitic poles.

Lecture 24 - Viewing the Gm-C biquad as a Double Integrator Loop, Revisiting the Effect

of Finite Gain of the Transconductors.

Lecture 25 - Single-ended Versus Differential Filters, Introducing the Differential-pair

Based Fully Differential Transconductor, the Need for Common-mode Feedback

Lecture 26 - Common-mode Feedback (continued).

Lecture 27 - Common-mode Feedback (continued), examples of Common-mode Detectors.

Lecture 28 - Stability of the Common-mode Feedback Loop

Lecture 29 - Common-mode Positive Feedback in Gyrators.

Lecture 30 - Common-mode Positive Feedback in Gyrators (contd), Noise in the

Differential Pair.

Lecture 31 - Noise in the Differential Pair (contd), Linearity of the Differential Pair,

Cascoding to Improve Output Impedance

Lecture 32 - Noise in Cascodes, Layout Considerations and Multi-finger Transistors.

Lecture 33 - Linearizing the Differential Pair, Resistive Degeneration.

Lecture 34 - Noise in Degenerated Transconductors, The Folded Cascode and Noise Analysis

Lecture 35 - Stabilizing filter bandwidth over process and temperature - the resistor

servo loop, master-slave loops.

Lecture 36 - Turning the filter into a VCO to estimate center frequency, example of a

practical precision fixed-gm bias circuit.

Lecture 37 - Introduction to accurate measurement and characterization techniques for

active filters.

Lecture 38 - Introduction to Active-RC filters.

Lecture 39 - Active-RC filters (contd), the use of an OTA instead of an opamp, swing and

noise considerations, single stage OTAs

Lecture 40 - Multistage OTAs for use in CMOS Active-RC filters.

Lecture 41 - The Miller compensated opamp in active-RC filters, noise considerations,

noise in active-RC filters .

Lecture 42 - Distortion and Intermodulation in filters, miscellaneous discussion on fixed gm-bias circuits

video Lectures on "Active Filter Design" by Dr.Shanthi Pavan , IIT Madras

for more videos .... www.satishkashyap.com

for free ebooks.....www.ebook29.blogspot.com

Lecture 1 - Course overview and introduction.

Lecture 2 - The Butterworth approximation

Lecture 3 - The Chebyshev approximation

Lecture 4 - The Chebyshev approximation (contd)

Lecture 5 - The Chebyshev approximation (contd), the Inverse Chebyshev approximation

Lecture 6 - The Inverse Chebyshev approximation (contd).

Lecture 7 - Synthesis of doubly terminated all-pole LC ladders filters

Lecture 8 - Synthesis of doubly terminated LC ladders (contd).

Lecture 9 - Synthesis of doubly terminated LC ladders with finite zeros of transmission.

Lecture 10 - Network sensitivity - low sensitivity of doubly terminated ladders

Lecture 11 - Introduction to frequency transformations.

Lecture 12 - Frequency (reactance) transformations (contd) - properties of the driving

impedance of lossless LC networks- Tellegen's theorem and positive real functions.

Lecture 13 - Driving point impedance of LC networks (contd), Low Pass-to-Low Pass, Low

Pass-to-Band Pass, Low Pass-to-High Pass and Low Pass-to-Band Stop transformations

Lecture 14 - The Richard's Transformation, RC-CR transformation

Lecture 15 - Emulation of an inductor with a capacitor and controlled sources, the

gyrator, a second order transconductor capacitor filter.

Lecture 16 - Cascade of biquads realization of high order low pass filters, equivalence

of the parallel RLC and series RLC circuits with their Gm-C counterparts.

Lecture 17 - The idea of Dynamic Range in active filters - impedance scaling and its

effect on dynamic range

Lecture 18 - Introduction to noise in electrical networks.

Lecture 19 - Introduction to noise in electrical networks (contd), the idea of node

scaling.

Lecture 20 - Dynamic range scaling in active filters.

Lecture 21 - Biquad Ordering.

Lecture 22 - Active Ladder Emulation / Leapfrog Filters, Effect of Transconductor

nonidelaities (parasitic capacitance/output resistance).

Lecture 23 - Effect of Transconductor Nonidealities (contd) - parasitic poles.

Lecture 24 - Viewing the Gm-C biquad as a Double Integrator Loop, Revisiting the Effect

of Finite Gain of the Transconductors.

Lecture 25 - Single-ended Versus Differential Filters, Introducing the Differential-pair

Based Fully Differential Transconductor, the Need for Common-mode Feedback

Lecture 26 - Common-mode Feedback (continued).

Lecture 27 - Common-mode Feedback (continued), examples of Common-mode Detectors.

Lecture 28 - Stability of the Common-mode Feedback Loop

Lecture 29 - Common-mode Positive Feedback in Gyrators.

Lecture 30 - Common-mode Positive Feedback in Gyrators (contd), Noise in the

Differential Pair.

Lecture 31 - Noise in the Differential Pair (contd), Linearity of the Differential Pair,

Cascoding to Improve Output Impedance

Lecture 32 - Noise in Cascodes, Layout Considerations and Multi-finger Transistors.

Lecture 33 - Linearizing the Differential Pair, Resistive Degeneration.

Lecture 34 - Noise in Degenerated Transconductors, The Folded Cascode and Noise Analysis

Lecture 35 - Stabilizing filter bandwidth over process and temperature - the resistor

servo loop, master-slave loops.

Lecture 36 - Turning the filter into a VCO to estimate center frequency, example of a

practical precision fixed-gm bias circuit.

Lecture 37 - Introduction to accurate measurement and characterization techniques for

active filters.

Lecture 38 - Introduction to Active-RC filters.

Lecture 39 - Active-RC filters (contd), the use of an OTA instead of an opamp, swing and

noise considerations, single stage OTAs

Lecture 40 - Multistage OTAs for use in CMOS Active-RC filters.

Lecture 41 - The Miller compensated opamp in active-RC filters, noise considerations,

noise in active-RC filters .

Lecture 42 - Distortion and Intermodulation in filters, miscellaneous discussion on

fixed gm-bias circuits

video Lectures on "Active Filter Design" by Dr.Shanthi Pavan , IIT Madras

for more videos .... www.satishkashyap.com

for free ebooks.....www.ebook29.blogspot.com

Lecture 1 - Course overview and introduction.

Lecture 2 - The Butterworth approximation

Lecture 3 - The Chebyshev approximation

Lecture 4 - The Chebyshev approximation (contd)

Lecture 5 - The Chebyshev approximation (contd), the Inverse Chebyshev approximation

Lecture 6 - The Inverse Chebyshev approximation (contd).

Lecture 7 - Synthesis of doubly terminated all-pole LC ladders filters

Lecture 8 - Synthesis of doubly terminated LC ladders (contd).

Lecture 9 - Synthesis of doubly terminated LC ladders with finite zeros of transmission.

Lecture 10 - Network sensitivity - low sensitivity of doubly terminated ladders

Lecture 11 - Introduction to frequency transformations.

Lecture 12 - Frequency (reactance) transformations (contd) - properties of the driving

impedance of lossless LC networks- Tellegen's theorem and positive real functions.

Lecture 13 - Driving point impedance of LC networks (contd), Low Pass-to-Low Pass, Low

Pass-to-Band Pass, Low Pass-to-High Pass and Low Pass-to-Band Stop transformations

Lecture 14 - The Richard's Transformation, RC-CR transformation

Lecture 15 - Emulation of an inductor with a capacitor and controlled sources, the

gyrator, a second order transconductor capacitor filter.

Lecture 16 - Cascade of biquads realization of high order low pass filters, equivalence

of the parallel RLC and series RLC circuits with their Gm-C counterparts.

Lecture 17 - The idea of Dynamic Range in active filters - impedance scaling and its

effect on dynamic range

Lecture 18 - Introduction to noise in electrical networks.

Lecture 19 - Introduction to noise in electrical networks (contd), the idea of node

scaling.

Lecture 20 - Dynamic range scaling in active filters.

Lecture 21 - Biquad Ordering.

Lecture 22 - Active Ladder Emulation / Leapfrog Filters, Effect of Transconductor

nonidelaities (parasitic capacitance/output resistance).

Lecture 23 - Effect of Transconductor Nonidealities (contd) - parasitic poles.

Lecture 24 - Viewing the Gm-C biquad as a Double Integrator Loop, Revisiting the Effect

of Finite Gain of the Transconductors.

Lecture 25 - Single-ended Versus Differential Filters, Introducing the Differential-pair

Based Fully Differential Transconductor, the Need for Common-mode Feedback

Lecture 26 - Common-mode Feedback (continued).

Lecture 27 - Common-mode Feedback (continued), examples of Common-mode Detectors.

Lecture 28 - Stability of the Common-mode Feedback Loop

Lecture 29 - Common-mode Positive Feedback in Gyrators.

Lecture 30 - Common-mode Positive Feedback in Gyrators (contd), Noise in the

Differential Pair.

Lecture 31 - Noise in the Differential Pair (contd), Linearity of the Differential Pair,

Cascoding to Improve Output Impedance

Lecture 32 - Noise in Cascodes, Layout Considerations and Multi-finger Transistors.

Lecture 33 - Linearizing the Differential Pair, Resistive Degeneration.

Lecture 34 - Noise in Degenerated Transconductors, The Folded Cascode and Noise Analysis

Lecture 35 - Stabilizing filter bandwidth over process and temperature - the resistor

servo loop, master-slave loops.

Lecture 36 - Turning the filter into a VCO to estimate center frequency, example of a

practical precision fixed-gm bias circuit.

Lecture 37 - Introduction to accurate measurement and characterization techniques for

active filters.

Lecture 38 - Introduction to Active-RC filters.

Lecture 39 - Active-RC filters (contd), the use of an OTA instead of an opamp, swing and

noise considerations, single stage OTAs

Lecture 40 - Multistage OTAs for use in CMOS Active-RC filters.

Lecture 41 - The Miller compensated opamp in active-RC filters, noise considerations,

noise in active-RC filters .

Lecture 42 - Distortion and Intermodulation in filters, miscellaneous discussion on fixed gm-bias circuits

video Lectures on "Active Filter Design" by Dr.Shanthi Pavan , IIT Madras

for more videos .... www.satishkashyap.com

for free ebooks.....www.ebook29.blogspot.com

Lecture 1 - Course overview and introduction.

Lecture 2 - The Butterworth approximation

Lecture 3 - The Chebyshev approximation

Lecture 4 - The Chebyshev approximation (contd)

Lecture 5 - The Chebyshev approximation (contd), the Inverse Chebyshev approximation

Lecture 6 - The Inverse Chebyshev approximation (contd).

Lecture 7 - Synthesis of doubly terminated all-pole LC ladders filters

Lecture 8 - Synthesis of doubly terminated LC ladders (contd).

Lecture 9 - Synthesis of doubly terminated LC ladders with finite zeros of transmission.

Lecture 10 - Network sensitivity - low sensitivity of doubly terminated ladders

Lecture 11 - Introduction to frequency transformations.

Lecture 12 - Frequency (reactance) transformations (contd) - properties of the driving

impedance of lossless LC networks- Tellegen's theorem and positive real functions.

Lecture 13 - Driving point impedance of LC networks (contd), Low Pass-to-Low Pass, Low

Pass-to-Band Pass, Low Pass-to-High Pass and Low Pass-to-Band Stop transformations

Lecture 14 - The Richard's Transformation, RC-CR transformation

Lecture 15 - Emulation of an inductor with a capacitor and controlled sources, the

gyrator, a second order transconductor capacitor filter.

Lecture 16 - Cascade of biquads realization of high order low pass filters, equivalence

of the parallel RLC and series RLC circuits with their Gm-C counterparts.

Lecture 17 - The idea of Dynamic Range in active filters - impedance scaling and its

effect on dynamic range

Lecture 18 - Introduction to noise in electrical networks.

Lecture 19 - Introduction to noise in electrical networks (contd), the idea of node

scaling.

Lecture 20 - Dynamic range scaling in active filters.

Lecture 21 - Biquad Ordering.

Lecture 22 - Active Ladder Emulation / Leapfrog Filters, Effect of Transconductor

nonidelaities (parasitic capacitance/output resistance).

Lecture 23 - Effect of Transconductor Nonidealities (contd) - parasitic poles.

Lecture 24 - Viewing the Gm-C biquad as a Double Integrator Loop, Revisiting the Effect

of Finite Gain of the Transconductors.

Lecture 25 - Single-ended Versus Differential Filters, Introducing the Differential-pair

Based Fully Differential Transconductor, the Need for Common-mode Feedback

Lecture 26 - Common-mode Feedback (continued).

Lecture 27 - Common-mode Feedback (continued), examples of Common-mode Detectors.

Lecture 28 - Stability of the Common-mode Feedback Loop

Lecture 29 - Common-mode Positive Feedback in Gyrators.

Lecture 30 - Common-mode Positive Feedback in Gyrators (contd), Noise in the

Differential Pair.

Lecture 31 - Noise in the Differential Pair (contd), Linearity of the Differential Pair,

Cascoding to Improve Output Impedance

Lecture 32 - Noise in Cascodes, Layout Considerations and Multi-finger Transistors.

Lecture 33 - Linearizing the Differential Pair, Resistive Degeneration.

Lecture 34 - Noise in Degenerated Transconductors, The Folded Cascode and Noise Analysis

Lecture 35 - Stabilizing filter bandwidth over process and temperature - the resistor

servo loop, master-slave loops.

Lecture 36 - Turning the filter into a VCO to estimate center frequency, example of a

practical precision fixed-gm bias circuit.

Lecture 37 - Introduction to accurate measurement and characterization techniques for

active filters.

Lecture 38 - Introduction to Active-RC filters.

Lecture 39 - Active-RC filters (contd), the use of an OTA instead of an opamp, swing and

noise considerations, single stage OTAs

Lecture 40 - Multistage OTAs for use in CMOS Active-RC filters.

Lecture 41 - The Miller compensated opamp in active-RC filters, noise considerations,

noise in active-RC filters .

Lecture 42 - Distortion and Intermodulation in filters, miscellaneous discussion on fixed gm-bias circuits

video Lectures on "Active Filter Design" by Dr.Shanthi Pavan , IIT Madras

for more videos .... www.satishkashyap.com

for free ebooks.....www.ebook29.blogspot.com

Lecture 1 - Course overview and introduction.

Lecture 2 - The Butterworth approximation

Lecture 3 - The Chebyshev approximation

Lecture 4 - The Chebyshev approximation (contd)

Lecture 5 - The Chebyshev approximation (contd), the Inverse Chebyshev approximation

Lecture 6 - The Inverse Chebyshev approximation (contd).

Lecture 7 - Synthesis of doubly terminated all-pole LC ladders filters

Lecture 8 - Synthesis of doubly terminated LC ladders (contd).

Lecture 9 - Synthesis of doubly terminated LC ladders with finite zeros of transmission.

Lecture 10 - Network sensitivity - low sensitivity of doubly terminated ladders

Lecture 11 - Introduction to frequency transformations.

Lecture 12 - Frequency (reactance) transformations (contd) - properties of the driving

impedance of lossless LC networks- Tellegen's theorem and positive real functions.

Lecture 13 - Driving point impedance of LC networks (contd), Low Pass-to-Low Pass, Low

Pass-to-Band Pass, Low Pass-to-High Pass and Low Pass-to-Band Stop transformations

Lecture 14 - The Richard's Transformation, RC-CR transformation

Lecture 15 - Emulation of an inductor with a capacitor and controlled sources, the

gyrator, a second order transconductor capacitor filter.

Lecture 16 - Cascade of biquads realization of high order low pass filters, equivalence

of the parallel RLC and series RLC circuits with their Gm-C counterparts.

Lecture 17 - The idea of Dynamic Range in active filters - impedance scaling and its

effect on dynamic range

Lecture 18 - Introduction to noise in electrical networks.

Lecture 19 - Introduction to noise in electrical networks (contd), the idea of node

scaling.

Lecture 20 - Dynamic range scaling in active filters.

Lecture 21 - Biquad Ordering.

Lecture 22 - Active Ladder Emulation / Leapfrog Filters, Effect of Transconductor

nonidelaities (parasitic capacitance/output resistance).

Lecture 23 - Effect of Transconductor Nonidealities (contd) - parasitic poles.

Lecture 24 - Viewing the Gm-C biquad as a Double Integrator Loop, Revisiting the Effect

of Finite Gain of the Transconductors.

Lecture 25 - Single-ended Versus Differential Filters, Introducing the Differential-pair

Based Fully Differential Transconductor, the Need for Common-mode Feedback

Lecture 26 - Common-mode Feedback (continued).

Lecture 27 - Common-mode Feedback (continued), examples of Common-mode Detectors.

Lecture 28 - Stability of the Common-mode Feedback Loop

Lecture 29 - Common-mode Positive Feedback in Gyrators.

Lecture 30 - Common-mode Positive Feedback in Gyrators (contd), Noise in the

Differential Pair.

Lecture 31 - Noise in the Differential Pair (contd), Linearity of the Differential Pair,

Cascoding to Improve Output Impedance

Lecture 32 - Noise in Cascodes, Layout Considerations and Multi-finger Transistors.

Lecture 33 - Linearizing the Differential Pair, Resistive Degeneration.

Lecture 34 - Noise in Degenerated Transconductors, The Folded Cascode and Noise Analysis

Lecture 35 - Stabilizing filter bandwidth over process and temperature - the resistor

servo loop, master-slave loops.

Lecture 36 - Turning the filter into a VCO to estimate center frequency, example of a

practical precision fixed-gm bias circuit.

Lecture 37 - Introduction to accurate measurement and characterization techniques for

active filters.

Lecture 38 - Introduction to Active-RC filters.

Lecture 39 - Active-RC filters (contd), the use of an OTA instead of an opamp, swing and

noise considerations, single stage OTAs

Lecture 40 - Multistage OTAs for use in CMOS Active-RC filters.

Lecture 41 - The Miller compensated opamp in active-RC filters, noise considerations,

noise in active-RC filters .

Lecture 42 - Distortion and Intermodulation in filters, miscellaneous discussion on fixed gm-bias circuits

video Lectures on "Active Filter Design" by Dr.Shanthi Pavan , IIT Madras

for more videos .... www.satishkashyap.com

for free ebooks.....www.ebook29.blogspot.com

Lecture 1 - Course overview and introduction.

Lecture 2 - The Butterworth approximation

Lecture 3 - The Chebyshev approximation

Lecture 4 - The Chebyshev approximation (contd)

Lecture 5 - The Chebyshev approximation (contd), the Inverse Chebyshev approximation

Lecture 6 - The Inverse Chebyshev approximation (contd).

Lecture 7 - Synthesis of doubly terminated all-pole LC ladders filters

Lecture 8 - Synthesis of doubly terminated LC ladders (contd).

Lecture 9 - Synthesis of doubly terminated LC ladders with finite zeros of transmission.

Lecture 10 - Network sensitivity - low sensitivity of doubly terminated ladders

Lecture 11 - Introduction to frequency transformations.

Lecture 12 - Frequency (reactance) transformations (contd) - properties of the driving

impedance of lossless LC networks- Tellegen's theorem and positive real functions.

Lecture 13 - Driving point impedance of LC networks (contd), Low Pass-to-Low Pass, Low

Pass-to-Band Pass, Low Pass-to-High Pass and Low Pass-to-Band Stop transformations

Lecture 14 - The Richard's Transformation, RC-CR transformation

Lecture 15 - Emulation of an inductor with a capacitor and controlled sources, the

gyrator, a second order transconductor capacitor filter.

Lecture 16 - Cascade of biquads realization of high order low pass filters, equivalence

of the parallel RLC and series RLC circuits with their Gm-C counterparts.

Lecture 17 - The idea of Dynamic Range in active filters - impedance scaling and its

effect on dynamic range

Lecture 18 - Introduction to noise in electrical networks.

Lecture 19 - Introduction to noise in electrical networks (contd), the idea of node

scaling.

Lecture 20 - Dynamic range scaling in active filters.

Lecture 21 - Biquad Ordering.

Lecture 22 - Active Ladder Emulation / Leapfrog Filters, Effect of Transconductor

nonidelaities (parasitic capacitance/output resistance).

Lecture 23 - Effect of Transconductor Nonidealities (contd) - parasitic poles.

Lecture 24 - Viewing the Gm-C biquad as a Double Integrator Loop, Revisiting the Effect

of Finite Gain of the Transconductors.

Lecture 25 - Single-ended Versus Differential Filters, Introducing the Differential-pair

Based Fully Differential Transconductor, the Need for Common-mode Feedback

Lecture 26 - Common-mode Feedback (continued).

Lecture 27 - Common-mode Feedback (continued), examples of Common-mode Detectors.

Lecture 28 - Stability of the Common-mode Feedback Loop

Lecture 29 - Common-mode Positive Feedback in Gyrators.

Lecture 30 - Common-mode Positive Feedback in Gyrators (contd), Noise in the

Differential Pair.

Lecture 31 - Noise in the Differential Pair (contd), Linearity of the Differential Pair,

Cascoding to Improve Output Impedance

Lecture 32 - Noise in Cascodes, Layout Considerations and Multi-finger Transistors.

Lecture 33 - Linearizing the Differential Pair, Resistive Degeneration.

Lecture 34 - Noise in Degenerated Transconductors, The Folded Cascode and Noise Analysis

Lecture 35 - Stabilizing filter bandwidth over process and temperature - the resistor

servo loop, master-slave loops.

Lecture 36 - Turning the filter into a VCO to estimate center frequency, example of a

practical precision fixed-gm bias circuit.

Lecture 37 - Introduction to accurate measurement and characterization techniques for

active filters.

Lecture 38 - Introduction to Active-RC filters.

Lecture 39 - Active-RC filters (contd), the use of an OTA instead of an opamp, swing and

noise considerations, single stage OTAs

Lecture 40 - Multistage OTAs for use in CMOS Active-RC filters.

Lecture 41 - The Miller compensated opamp in active-RC filters, noise considerations,

noise in active-RC filters .

Lecture 42 - Distortion and Intermodulation in filters, miscellaneous discussion on fixed gm-bias circuits

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يوفر موقع "شمسنا العربية" عدد من المساقات المتكاملة والتي تحتوي على فيديوهات

وملفات التمارين والوظائف المنزلية والامتحانات (مع حلها) بالإضافة للمذكرات الدراسية

http://www.shamsunalarabia.org

http://www.facebook.com/shamsunalarabia

https://twitter.com/shamsunalarabia

MIT

المحاضرة الثالثة والعشرون من مساق "مقدمة في علم الكومبيوتر والبرمجة" من جامعة إم آي تي

وهي عن محاكاة سوق الأوراق المالية

بالإضافة للفيديو هناك ملفات مرفقة على موقعنا الالكتروني

https://shamsunalarabia.net/co....urses/مقدمة-في-علم-ا

رابط المساق

https://youtu.be/mo39LslcU9c?l....ist=PLgtqMzuQ7vio2xF

يمكنكم الاشتراك بقناتنا

https://www.youtube.com/user/s....hamsunalarabia?sub_c

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يوفر موقع "شمسنا العربية" عدد من المساقات المتكاملة والتي تحتوي على فيديوهات

وملفات التمارين والوظائف المنزلية والامتحانات (مع حلها) بالإضافة للمذكرات الدراسية

http://www.shamsunalarabia.org

http://www.facebook.com/shamsunalarabia

https://twitter.com/shamsunalarabia

#### مقدمة في الكومبيوتر والبرمجة (إم آي تي) 22: التوزيع الطبيعي والمنتظم والأسّي؛ سوء استخدام الإحصائيات

MIT

المحاضرة الثانية والعشرون من مساق "مقدمة في علم الكومبيوتر والبرمجة" من جامعة إم آي تي

وهي عن التوزيع الطبيعي، التوزيع المنتظم، التوزيع الأسّي؛ سوء استخدام الإحصائيات

بالإضافة للفيديو هناك ملفات مرفقة على موقعنا الالكتروني

https://shamsunalarabia.net/co....urses/مقدمة-في-علم-ا

رابط المساق

https://youtu.be/mo39LslcU9c?l....ist=PLgtqMzuQ7vio2xF

يمكنكم الاشتراك بقناتنا

https://www.youtube.com/user/s....hamsunalarabia?sub_c

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يوفر موقع "شمسنا العربية" عدد من المساقات المتكاملة والتي تحتوي على فيديوهات

وملفات التمارين والوظائف المنزلية والامتحانات (مع حلها) بالإضافة للمذكرات الدراسية

http://www.shamsunalarabia.org

http://www.facebook.com/shamsunalarabia

https://twitter.com/shamsunalarabia

MIT

المحاضرة الحادية والعشرون من مساق "مقدمة في علم الكومبيوتر والبرمجة" من جامعة إم آي تي

وهي عن التحقق من نتائج المحاكاة

بالإضافة للفيديو هناك ملفات مرفقة على موقعنا الالكتروني

https://shamsunalarabia.net/co....urses/مقدمة-في-علم-ا

رابط المساق

https://youtu.be/mo39LslcU9c?l....ist=PLgtqMzuQ7vio2xF

يمكنكم الاشتراك بقناتنا

https://www.youtube.com/user/s....hamsunalarabia?sub_c

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يوفر موقع "شمسنا العربية" عدد من المساقات المتكاملة والتي تحتوي على فيديوهات

وملفات التمارين والوظائف المنزلية والامتحانات (مع حلها) بالإضافة للمذكرات الدراسية

http://www.shamsunalarabia.org

http://www.facebook.com/shamsunalarabia

https://twitter.com/shamsunalarabia

MIT

المحاضرة العشرون من مساق "مقدمة في علم الكومبيوتر والبرمجة" من جامعة إم آي تي

وهي عن محاكاة "مونتي كارلو"، تقدير "π"

بالإضافة للفيديو هناك ملفات مرفقة على موقعنا الالكتروني

https://shamsunalarabia.net/co....urses/مقدمة-في-علم-ا

رابط المساق

https://youtu.be/mo39LslcU9c?l....ist=PLgtqMzuQ7vio2xF

يمكنكم الاشتراك بقناتنا

https://www.youtube.com/user/s....hamsunalarabia?sub_c

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يوفر موقع "شمسنا العربية" عدد من المساقات المتكاملة والتي تحتوي على فيديوهات

وملفات التمارين والوظائف المنزلية والامتحانات (مع حلها) بالإضافة للمذكرات الدراسية

http://www.shamsunalarabia.org

http://www.facebook.com/shamsunalarabia

https://twitter.com/shamsunalarabia

MIT

المحاضرة التاسعة عشرة من مساق "مقدمة في علم الكومبيوتر والبرمجة" من جامعة إم آي تي

وهي عن السير العشوائي المنحاز، التوزيعات

بالإضافة للفيديو هناك ملفات مرفقة على موقعنا الالكتروني

https://shamsunalarabia.net/co....urses/مقدمة-في-علم-ا

رابط المساق

https://youtu.be/mo39LslcU9c?l....ist=PLgtqMzuQ7vio2xF

يمكنكم الاشتراك بقناتنا

https://www.youtube.com/user/s....hamsunalarabia?sub_c

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يوفر موقع "شمسنا العربية" عدد من المساقات المتكاملة والتي تحتوي على فيديوهات

وملفات التمارين والوظائف المنزلية والامتحانات (مع حلها) بالإضافة للمذكرات الدراسية

http://www.shamsunalarabia.org

http://www.facebook.com/shamsunalarabia

https://twitter.com/shamsunalarabia

MIT

المحاضرة الثامنة عشرة من مساق "مقدمة في علم الكومبيوتر والبرمجة" من جامعة إم آي تي

وهي عن عرض نتائج المحاكاة، Pylab، الرسم البياني

بالإضافة للفيديو هناك ملفات مرفقة على موقعنا الالكتروني

https://shamsunalarabia.net/co....urses/مقدمة-في-علم-ا

رابط المساق

https://youtu.be/mo39LslcU9c?l....ist=PLgtqMzuQ7vio2xF

يمكنكم الاشتراك بقناتنا

https://www.youtube.com/user/s....hamsunalarabia?sub_c

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يوفر موقع "شمسنا العربية" عدد من المساقات المتكاملة والتي تحتوي على فيديوهات

وملفات التمارين والوظائف المنزلية والامتحانات (مع حلها) بالإضافة للمذكرات الدراسية

http://www.shamsunalarabia.org

http://www.facebook.com/shamsunalarabia

https://twitter.com/shamsunalarabia

MIT

المحاضرة السابعة عشرة من مساق "مقدمة في علم الكومبيوتر والبرمجة" من جامعة إم آي تي

وهي عن النماذج الحوسبية، محاكاة السير العشوائي

بالإضافة للفيديو هناك ملفات مرفقة على موقعنا الالكتروني

https://shamsunalarabia.net/co....urses/مقدمة-في-علم-ا

رابط المساق

https://youtu.be/mo39LslcU9c?l....ist=PLgtqMzuQ7vio2xF

يمكنكم الاشتراك بقناتنا

https://www.youtube.com/user/s....hamsunalarabia?sub_c

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يوفر موقع "شمسنا العربية" عدد من المساقات المتكاملة والتي تحتوي على فيديوهات

وملفات التمارين والوظائف المنزلية والامتحانات (مع حلها) بالإضافة للمذكرات الدراسية

http://www.shamsunalarabia.org

http://www.facebook.com/shamsunalarabia

https://twitter.com/shamsunalarabia

MIT

المحاضرة السادسة عشرة من مساق "مقدمة في علم الكومبيوتر والبرمجة" من جامعة إم آي تي

وهي عن الكبسلة، الوراثة، التظليل

بالإضافة للفيديو هناك ملفات مرفقة على موقعنا الالكتروني

https://shamsunalarabia.net/co....urses/مقدمة-في-علم-ا

رابط المساق

https://youtu.be/mo39LslcU9c?l....ist=PLgtqMzuQ7vio2xF

يمكنكم الاشتراك بقناتنا

https://www.youtube.com/user/s....hamsunalarabia?sub_c

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يوفر موقع "شمسنا العربية" عدد من المساقات المتكاملة والتي تحتوي على فيديوهات

وملفات التمارين والوظائف المنزلية والامتحانات (مع حلها) بالإضافة للمذكرات الدراسية

http://www.shamsunalarabia.org

http://www.facebook.com/shamsunalarabia

https://twitter.com/shamsunalarabia

MIT

المحاضرة الخامسة عشرة من مساق "مقدمة في علم الكومبيوتر والبرمجة" من جامعة إم آي تي

وهي عن أنماط البيانات المجرَّدة، الصفوف والـ methods

بالإضافة للفيديو هناك ملفات مرفقة على موقعنا الالكتروني

https://shamsunalarabia.net/co....urses/مقدمة-في-علم-ا

رابط المساق

https://youtu.be/mo39LslcU9c?l....ist=PLgtqMzuQ7vio2xF

يمكنكم الاشتراك بقناتنا

https://www.youtube.com/user/s....hamsunalarabia?sub_c

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يوفر موقع "شمسنا العربية" عدد من المساقات المتكاملة والتي تحتوي على فيديوهات

وملفات التمارين والوظائف المنزلية والامتحانات (مع حلها) بالإضافة للمذكرات الدراسية

http://www.shamsunalarabia.org

http://www.facebook.com/shamsunalarabia

https://twitter.com/shamsunalarabia

MIT

المحاضرة الرابعة عشرة من مساق "مقدمة في علم الكومبيوتر والبرمجة" من جامعة إم آي تي

وهي عن تحليل مسألة الحقيبة، مدخل إلى البرمجة غرضية التوجُّه

بالإضافة للفيديو هناك ملفات مرفقة على موقعنا الالكتروني

https://shamsunalarabia.net/co....urses/مقدمة-في-علم-ا

رابط المساق

https://youtu.be/mo39LslcU9c?l....ist=PLgtqMzuQ7vio2xF

يمكنكم الاشتراك بقناتنا

https://www.youtube.com/user/s....hamsunalarabia?sub_c

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يوفر موقع "شمسنا العربية" عدد من المساقات المتكاملة والتي تحتوي على فيديوهات

وملفات التمارين والوظائف المنزلية والامتحانات (مع حلها) بالإضافة للمذكرات الدراسية

http://www.shamsunalarabia.org

http://www.facebook.com/shamsunalarabia

https://twitter.com/shamsunalarabia

MIT

المحاضرة الثالثة عشرة من مساق "مقدمة في علم الكومبيوتر والبرمجة" من جامعة إم آي تي

وهي عن البرمجة الديناميكية، المسائل الجزئية المتداخلة، البنية الجزيئيَّة المثالية

بالإضافة للفيديو هناك ملفات مرفقة على موقعنا الالكتروني

https://shamsunalarabia.net/co....urses/مقدمة-في-علم-ا

رابط المساق

https://youtu.be/mo39LslcU9c?l....ist=PLgtqMzuQ7vio2xF

يمكنكم الاشتراك بقناتنا

https://www.youtube.com/user/s....hamsunalarabia?sub_c

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يوفر موقع "شمسنا العربية" عدد من المساقات المتكاملة والتي تحتوي على فيديوهات

وملفات التمارين والوظائف المنزلية والامتحانات (مع حلها) بالإضافة للمذكرات الدراسية

http://www.shamsunalarabia.org

http://www.facebook.com/shamsunalarabia

https://twitter.com/shamsunalarabia

MIT

المحاضرة الثانية عشرة من مساق "مقدمة في علم الكومبيوتر والبرمجة" من جامعة إم آي تي

وفيها المزيد عن التنقيح من الأخطاء، مسألة الحقيبة، مدخل للبرمجية الديناميكية

بالإضافة للفيديو هناك ملفات مرفقة على موقعنا الالكتروني

https://shamsunalarabia.net/co....urses/مقدمة-في-علم-ا

رابط المساق

https://youtu.be/mo39LslcU9c?l....ist=PLgtqMzuQ7vio2xF

يمكنكم الاشتراك بقناتنا

https://www.youtube.com/user/s....hamsunalarabia?sub_c

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يوفر موقع "شمسنا العربية" عدد من المساقات المتكاملة والتي تحتوي على فيديوهات

وملفات التمارين والوظائف المنزلية والامتحانات (مع حلها) بالإضافة للمذكرات الدراسية

http://www.shamsunalarabia.org

http://www.facebook.com/shamsunalarabia

https://twitter.com/shamsunalarabia

MIT

المحاضرة الحادية عشر من مساق "مقدمة في علم الكومبيوتر والبرمجة" من جامعة إم آي تي

وهي عن الاختبار والتنقيح من الأخطاء

بالإضافة للفيديو هناك ملفات مرفقة على موقعنا الالكتروني

https://shamsunalarabia.net/co....urses/مقدمة-في-علم-ا

رابط المساق

https://youtu.be/mo39LslcU9c?l....ist=PLgtqMzuQ7vio2xF

يمكنكم الاشتراك بقناتنا

https://www.youtube.com/user/s....hamsunalarabia?sub_c

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يوفر موقع "شمسنا العربية" عدد من المساقات المتكاملة والتي تحتوي على فيديوهات

وملفات التمارين والوظائف المنزلية والامتحانات (مع حلها) بالإضافة للمذكرات الدراسية

http://www.shamsunalarabia.org

http://www.facebook.com/shamsunalarabia

https://twitter.com/shamsunalarabia

MIT

المحاضرة العاشرة من مساق "مقدمة في علم الكومبيوتر والبرمجة" من جامعة إم آي تي

وهي عن طرائق "فرِّق تَسُد"، الفرز بالدمج، الاستثناءات

بالإضافة للفيديو هناك ملفات مرفقة على موقعنا الالكتروني

https://shamsunalarabia.net/co....urses/مقدمة-في-علم-ا

رابط المساق

https://youtu.be/mo39LslcU9c?l....ist=PLgtqMzuQ7vio2xF

يمكنكم الاشتراك بقناتنا

https://www.youtube.com/user/s....hamsunalarabia?sub_c

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يوفر موقع "شمسنا العربية" عدد من المساقات المتكاملة والتي تحتوي على فيديوهات

وملفات التمارين والوظائف المنزلية والامتحانات (مع حلها) بالإضافة للمذكرات الدراسية

http://www.shamsunalarabia.org

http://www.facebook.com/shamsunalarabia

https://twitter.com/shamsunalarabia

MIT

المحاضرة التاسعة من مساق "مقدمة في علم الكومبيوتر والبرمجة" من جامعة إم آي تي

وهي عن البحث الثنائي، الفرز الفقاعي والفرز بالاختيار

بالإضافة للفيديو هناك ملفات مرفقة على موقعنا الالكتروني

https://shamsunalarabia.net/co....urses/مقدمة-في-علم-ا

رابط المساق

https://youtu.be/mo39LslcU9c?l....ist=PLgtqMzuQ7vio2xF

يمكنكم الاشتراك بقناتنا

https://www.youtube.com/user/s....hamsunalarabia?sub_c

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يوفر موقع "شمسنا العربية" عدد من المساقات المتكاملة والتي تحتوي على فيديوهات

وملفات التمارين والوظائف المنزلية والامتحانات (مع حلها) بالإضافة للمذكرات الدراسية

http://www.shamsunalarabia.org

http://www.facebook.com/shamsunalarabia

https://twitter.com/shamsunalarabia

MIT

المحاضرة الثامنة من مساق "مقدمة في علم الكومبيوتر والبرمجة" من جامعة إم آي تي

وهي عن التعقيد الحوسبي؛ الخوارزميات اللوغارتمية والخوارزميات الخطية والخوارزميات الأسية

بالإضافة للفيديو هناك ملفات مرفقة على موقعنا الالكتروني

https://shamsunalarabia.net/co....urses/مقدمة-في-علم-ا

رابط المساق

https://youtu.be/mo39LslcU9c?l....ist=PLgtqMzuQ7vio2xF

يمكنكم الاشتراك بقناتنا

https://www.youtube.com/user/s....hamsunalarabia?sub_c

---------------------------------- تعريف بموقعنا -------------------------------------

يوفر موقع "شمسنا العربية" عدد من المساقات المتكاملة والتي تحتوي على فيديوهات

وملفات التمارين والوظائف المنزلية والامتحانات (مع حلها) بالإضافة للمذكرات الدراسية

http://www.shamsunalarabia.org

http://www.facebook.com/shamsunalarabia

https://twitter.com/shamsunalarabia

#### مقدمة في الكومبيوتر والبرمجة (إم آي تي) 7: القوائم وقابلية التغيّر، القواميس، pseudocode، الفعاليَّة

MIT

المحاضرة السابعة من مساق "مقدمة في علم الكومبيوتر والبرمجة" من جامعة إم آي تي

وهي عن القوائم وقابلية التغيُّر، القواميس، pseudocode، مقدمة عن الفعاليَّة

بالإضافة للفيديو هناك ملفات مرفقة على موقعنا الالكتروني

https://shamsunalarabia.net/co....urses/مقدمة-في-علم-ا

رابط المساق

https://youtu.be/mo39LslcU9c?l....ist=PLgtqMzuQ7vio2xF

يمكنكم الاشتراك بقناتنا

https://www.youtube.com/user/s....hamsunalarabia?sub_c

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يوفر موقع "شمسنا العربية" عدد من المساقات المتكاملة والتي تحتوي على فيديوهات

وملفات التمارين والوظائف المنزلية والامتحانات (مع حلها) بالإضافة للمذكرات الدراسية

http://www.shamsunalarabia.org

http://www.facebook.com/shamsunalarabia

https://twitter.com/shamsunalarabia

MIT

MIT

المحاضرة الخامسة من مساق "مقدمة في علم الكومبيوتر والبرمجة" من جامعة إم آي تي

وهي عن الأعداد العائمة، التقريب المتعاقب، إيجاد الجذور

بالإضافة للفيديو هناك ملفات مرفقة على موقعنا الالكتروني

https://shamsunalarabia.net/co....urses/مقدمة-في-علم-ا

رابط المساق

https://youtu.be/mo39LslcU9c?l....ist=PLgtqMzuQ7vio2xF

يمكنكم الاشتراك بقناتنا

https://www.youtube.com/user/s....hamsunalarabia?sub_c

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يوفر موقع "شمسنا العربية" عدد من المساقات المتكاملة والتي تحتوي على فيديوهات

وملفات التمارين والوظائف المنزلية والامتحانات (مع حلها) بالإضافة للمذكرات الدراسية

http://www.shamsunalarabia.org

http://www.facebook.com/shamsunalarabia

https://twitter.com/shamsunalarabia

MIT

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وهي عن التجزئة والتجريد باستخدام الدوال؛ مقدمة عن العوديَّة

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وهي عن نماذج النصوص البرمجية الشائعة

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Problems 1-6 starting on page 582

Problems 15-16 on page 551

Problems 10-14 starting on page 549

Problems 7-9 page 549

Problems 1-6 starting on page 547

The leftover of problem 18 on page 535

Problems 14-17 and part of 18 starting on page 534.

Problems 10-13 starting on page 533

Problems 5-9 starting on page 531

Problems 1-5 starting on page 530

Problems 18-20 on starting on page 522

Problems 15-17 on page 522

Problems 11-14 on page 521

Problems 6-10 starting on page 519

Problems 1-5 starting on page 518

Problems 13-16 on page 491

Problems 10-12 starting on page 489

Problems 6-9 starting on page 488

Problems 1-5 starting on page 487

Problems 17-18 on page 476

Problems 15-16 on page 475

A redo of problem 14 on page 475 because I can't do arithmetic

Problems 10-14 starting on page 474 (but I get the wrong answer for 14 because of a sal malfunction)

Problems 6-9 starting on page 472

Problems 1-6 on starting on page 471

Problem 20 on page 464

Problems 17-19 starting on page 463

Problems 13-16 starting on page 462

Questions 9-12 starting on page 461

Problems 5-8 starting on page 460

Problems 1-4 starting on page 459

Problems 15-16 on page 427

Problems 12-14 on page 426

Questions 9-11 starting on page 425

Problems 5-8 starting on page 424

Problems 1-4 starting on page 423

A little more on problem 17 and problem 18 on page 412.

Problems 15-17 on page 412

Problems 11-14 on page 411

Problems 6-10 starting on page 409

Problems 5-6 starting on page 408

Problems 1-4 starting on page 407

Problems 19-20 starting on page 400

Problems 17-18 starting on page 399

Problems 15-16 starting on page 399

Problems 13-14 starting on page 398

Problems 11-12 starting on page 398

Problems 7-10 starting on page 397

Problems 4-7 starting on page 396

Problems 1-3 starting on page 395 of College Board Official SAT Study Guide

Simplifying the while loop for the Insertion Sort function

Clarifying what "break" does and stepping through the insertion sort implementation

Basic implementation of insertion sort algorithm

Visual description of the insertion sort algorithm

Challenge to write a Python function that can sort a list in-place

Understanding why and how the recursive Fibonacci function works

Using recursion to write a fibonacci function

Understanding how the iterative fibonacci function works for a particular example

One way to write a Fibonacci function iteratively

Introduction to the Fibonacci Sequence and a programming challenge

Comparing iterative and recursive factorial functions

Introduction to recursion.

Variable scope and function calls

Defining a function in Python

Understanding why the example program would not run in Python 3 and how to fix it.

Flowchart for the factorial program

Stepping through what happens when a user inputs a particular value into our factorial program

Writing a simple factorial program with a "for" loop

Experimenting and seeing what we can do with strings

Seeing that a while loop can do the same thing as a for loop

Basics of for loops in Python

Understanding the basics of lists in Python

Writing a basic program. Basics of data types, variables and conditional statements

First year computing in summary. Everything we did so far. A lot of what and a bit of why.

Also richard gets rick rolled. The course soundtrack https://wiki.cse.unsw.edu.au/c....s1917cgi/08s1/SoundT And potatoes.

The last week of the first computing course course. In this lecture we start to answer the question "What makes a good programmer?" which students have been asking on the forum for a few weeks (what wonderful students!)

We then consider how this course fits into the whole computing degree and some ideas about life and learning after leaving university. Craftsmanship. Science. Design.

Looking back over what we learned in the course. The first few weeks.

Also: striving to be a good photographer. patterns and trees. never giving up. John Stuart Mill. Brave new World. Henri Cartier Bresson.

Crazy Idea: Ontogeny recapitulates Phylogeny in computing education.

Professionalism and computing. Most students in this course are going to be professionals - but what does that mean? What is a professional? How does it differ from being a non-professional?

Why Microsoft is not evil. Professionalism and engineering. Arthur Andersen and Enron. NASA and the Challenger (1986) and the remarkable Richard Feynman, again. NASA (again) and the Columbia (2003). The Therac-25. Public perception of ethics of various professions (Australian data, Ray Morgan)

Wise advice for professionals who manage projects: One Hundred Rules for NASA Project Managers by Jerry Madden.

Ethics revised. Groundhog day.

What is it to be a master programmer? Solving the right problem. Henri Cartier Bresson. Ansell Adams is a geek.

This is our last (non-examinable) extension lecture. Just for fun. Wrapping up lots of loose threads.

What do nationalism and national anthems have to do with being a good programmer?

Question everything. Being a scholar.

Also, Dane manages to barter his way home, and Theo and Jean-Paul solve the national anthem challenge.

Hamming codes, parity bits, magic.

Detecting errors when transmitting information. Even better: correcting errors.

What is important? What are "Ethics"? What does it mean to be a good person?

Whistleblowing. The whistleblowers handbook.

Law. Intellectual property. Copyright. Public Domain. FTA.

detecting fixed points in von neumann's simple random number generator. data structure revision. using trees. implementing a very simple tree.

Talk about the anagram lab exercise.

Improving the UNSW 89019 microprocessor. CISC and RISC design. Using memory segments to be able to address more memory.

The bicycle wheel puzzle. Simulation - a neat and simple way to solve complicated problems when you can't be bothered to use/can't rely upon/have completely lost your ability to do complex maths accurately.

mentioned for no apparent reason: GUNNS Limited, Edgar Allen Poe.

Tim and Student Yose Widjaja give a taste of the 3rd year graphics course. Yose shows his project for 3d visualisation, and using Ninjas to create and delete 3d pixels.

A demo of a flame simulator done by graphics students as their first assignment on CPU and GPU.

At the end Tim talks a bit about directX vs open gl.

Searching, best worst and expected case. Binary search and insert - linked lists vs arrays. Trees. Ordered binary trees.

3 interesting books: Puzzle Guide to Godel (Raymond Smullyan), Surely you're joking Mr Feynman (Richard Feynman), Alice/Annotated Alice (Lewis Carrol/Martin Gardiner)

Extension lecture introducing do-it-yourself digital design at home using cmos chips and a breadboard.

Extension lectures are for first year computing students at UNSW. The topics covered are non-examinable, students attend only if they are interested. Richard generally raises more questions than he answers.

Dob in your commie lecturer

http://www.google.com.au/searc....h?q=makeeducationfai http://www.younglibs.org.au

Indirect addressing. Arrays vs lists. Sample code to set up and manipulate a linked list. Doubly linked lists.

Also: The 3-way shuffle to interchange two things. The Wiggles. Robert Sheckley. Stranger than Fiction.

Filming starts during the break, lecture starts at 2:10

Download the Australian National Anthem: http://www.cse.unsw.edu.au/~ri....chardb/nationalAnthe

Advance Australia Fair. The Australian National Anthem challenge.

What is a file? File I/O in C (FILE as an abstract type). Infinite stacks. Memory management, problems with free(). The snake puzzle revisited (linked lists). PBM graphics format.

Are we simulated, real, or just a video on youtube? Sending a message to the creator.

0:00 Richard talks about what a personal trainer does and how old people exercise.

8:00 project Q&A.

27:00 Josephus, whose back story richard discovers from a student. We talk about how to program the Josephus problem. There are many ways we could approach this - we discuss their various merits and sketch out a way of approaching problems like this.

Also: Algorithms vs Data Structures. Wei Hua learns to ride a uni-cycle. The Prisoner #6. The WAV format standard. The Australian national anthem - Advance Australia Fair.

Extension lecture introducing steganography (hidden messages). Security via obscurity. Hidden messages in book Godel Escher Bach. In film Starship Troopers. In games. In cryptography. In teaching. Digital watermarking. SETI. Are we in a simulation?

Extension lectures are for first year computing students at UNSW. The topics covered are non-examinable, students attend only if they are interested. Richard generally raises more questions than he answers.

Discussion of the project. Converting sudukoGrid into an ADT.

also: Accessing the components of a struct using dot notation, and using -> notation.

Discussion of the major project for 1917 this year (2008) - the card game "Blackadder and Baldrick".

The winner of the project grand final playoff gets the title "coolest programmer in first year 2008", and Marvin.

Finishes off the ideas started in #29. The need for Abstract Data Types (ADTs). How to implement them in C. Their wonderfulness.

Also: Undocumented features. Can we trust programmers? Allocating memory on the stack. Allocating memory on the heap (malloc/free). Introduction to the project (card game: Blackadder & Baldrick).

The first 17.5 minutes are a discussion of what the task2 diaries revealed: poor time management (eek!) Richard confesses he is bad at time management too and makes some suggestions.

The remainder of the lecture is setting up for ADTs (introduced in the next lecture). Task2 (the sudoku solver) is used as motivation. Why do we want to break the problem into separate quasi-independent files? (A: Metcalf's law) What was the relation between the sudokoGrid type and its interface? What is the subtle problem Richard keeps alluding to with respect to the way this separation was implemented?

Another Richard, or perhaps Alex, comes up with a better way of implementing sudukoGrid.c - is this as wonderful as it seems or have we unearthed a mare's nest? If only there was some way of solving this problem ... (dissolve to lecture 30)

Extension lecture introducing randomness. What is a random process? How can a deterministic process on a deterministic computer generate random output? Why is randomness useful? What are problems we face when generating random numbers? The lecture introduces Von Neumann's simple algorithm (which we later analyse in labs), and Knuth's Art of Computer Programming. We briefly revisit the triangle problem. Richard amazes and astounds with magic tricks. Some mention of Shaun of the Dead.

Extension lectures are for first year computing students at UNSW. The topics covered are non-examinable, students attend only if they are interested. Richard generally raises more questions than he answers.

This lecture marks the halfway point of the course.

Dealing with stress, programming errors involving arrays, how to write a reflective diary entry, 2 puzzles which seem unrelated, vampires, zombies, and structs in C

How we use standards (called interfaces in this context) to permit us to write large scale computer programs in teams.

Task2 as an example of standards. Writing a new interface function. Writing C unit tests using assert.

Also: strings vs arrays of chars, array initializers for strings, static functions, unit testing.

An unexpected miracle.

Programming in the large VS programming in the small.

extreme programming, unit tests, test as you go, unit tests in C, one objective at a time, refactoring. asserts.

multi-file programs in C. linking. #include header files prototypes. main. static helper functions. object files .o files

Also: hornblower patriotism / the french

Review and discussion of sudoku code from last lecture. Backtrack vs brute force. Course waffles. Stacks, "the stack" in memory, Buffer overflows.

Also: the course ENGG1000, wiki textbook (idea from hong kong). Predicates, comparing with TRUE. Stack overflow.

The challenge: can we write a Sudoku solver in a single lecture?

What is a sudoku puzzle? Estimation revisited. how to solve a problem - difference between the approach of a master and a novice.

What is the most important thing?

Also: How to lie with statistics. hang gliding. easy as falling off a bike. algorithms and data structures.

(*but were afraid to ask)

Review of pointers and indirect addressing. pass by reference/pass by value. Passing arrays into functions.

3 neat things you can do with pointers:

1. pass by ref

2. dynamic data structures (to come)

3. ADTs in c (to come)

the exponential growth of doubling revisited.

magic trick where you are offered a choice - VS the importance of a good spec.

Starting to design a suduko solver. Mars bars from Hong Kong.

What is fun? UNSW Researcher Malcolm Ryan gives an extension lecture on game design.

Tim explains pass by reference and the link between arrays and pointers.

Using sample code we see that C passes arrays into functions *by reference*, unlike all the other types we have seen so far.

Examples using arrays in C. eg calculating letter frequencies in a text, substitution ciphers. array initialisers.

also: strings, ctype.h

Arrays in C. eg calculating the average of a bunch of numbers. man pages - consulting the manual for scanf.

debugging by using printf. invalid input to scanf. easy to write an infinite loop!

Students give feedback about what problems they are having with machine code. Most problematic topic seems frames.

Richard revises: what *is* a frame? how is a frame used? roles of the calling function and the called function. what is the return address and how is it used? what is the frame pointer and how is it used?

Introduction to programming course for first year computer science students at UNSW.

Inspirational Scientist Jane Goodall speaks about Jo-Jo and Rick. (sound patchy for first 8 mins - download the full quality 4min audio clip of her lecture from http://www.cse.unsw.edu.au/~ri....chardb/JaneGoodall.w

courtesy of the ABC RN Science Show)

More about the great thinker Alan Turing. The Turing Test and its links with design, computer science, and life the universe and somethings.

What is it to be a person?

Philosophy T. Intensional vs Extensional points of view.

Pointers * and & revisited.

while loops

common mistakes with loops

Also mentioned: godel escher bach auden EOF

Introduction to computing for first year Computer Science and Engineering students at UNSW.

We had a gap at the end of Lecture 12 so Richard gives an unplanned and impromptu talk about some of the contributions of the amazing thinker Alan Turing. So much to say, so little time, such fast talking.

We chat about 3 different major contributions he made to the world - his decryption work during WWII and the Engima Machine; his abstract model of a computer (the Turing Machine) and what things can be effectively "computed"; and finally, briefly only, his thoughts about what it is to be human and the difference between humans and computers - the Turing Test.

Alan Turing is a key figure in the development of computing, indeed if I had to pick just one thinker who was the most amazing he'd get my vote.

Richard promises to talk about the Turing Test in more depth in the next extension lecture.

Also comes up:

Epimenides paradox, non computable functions, the halting problem,

U-559, Colin Grazier G.C., Anthony Fasson, G.C.,Tommy Brown, Blade Runner,

CAPTCHAs.

Errata:

My memory was about as reliable as usual - I said Tommy stayed outside in a boat but i've since read that all three swam across and went into the U-559. Humbling bravery. I've also since realised that Colin Grazier was from Tamworth in the UK, not the Tamworth in Australia as I had always thought (why are so many English places named after Australian towns?) Finally, something which actually I did know but still managed to get wrong - the important material salvaged was not a cypher machine but quantities of data (ciphertext and the corresponding plaintext I think) which the codebreakers at Bletchley Park were able to use as "cribs" and were of vast help in cracking the submarine code used at that time.

How C function calls are implemented - at the machine code level. The role of the callee. Frames. Saving registers, local variables. one way of returning a value.

Also: following safe conventions even when we don't have to do so. The danger of having to think. The lunch box scope example completed. Can you ever have too many comments? The address of operator &.

This is the second part of Lecture 12.

We finish early which leaves us time to chat about another key person in the development of the science of computing - Alan Turing (see Lecture 12.3 which follows)

How a C function call is implemented in machine code. frames. role and responsibilities. Abstraction revisited. Scope revisited.

This is the first part of lecture 12.

we start by discussing the skater guy from last lecture. intrinsic vs extrinsic motivation. deep and surface learning. class reps revisited briefly.

what can go wrong. what courses of action are open to you to deal with things going wrong in your code? we look at 4 general strategies and discuss their relative strengths and weaknesses.

assert as a way of documenting assumptions and of checking them. contracts. who is to blame. what can you expect other parties to do? what do you need to allow for yourself.

more types: char for representing characters. ascii, relation to 8917, signed vs unsigned. typecasts. implicit type conversions (widening) vs explicit type conversions, typedef. c is lax with types.

getting fit - why is my plan not working. motivation. behaviour change.

Class selects class reps for the first 9:30.

The lecture looks at functions. What they provide: Abstraction, Code Reuse, Scope. How functions work in C (under the hood) Machine code view of function calls in our 8 bit machine code.

Introduction to abstraction. what is abstraction? what are the advantages of abstraction?

We sum the numbers 0..n using gauss, the formula for an arithmetic progression, and finally using a simple recursive program. Apparently summing the numbers 0..n is important in computer science. Along the way we continue our discussion of style and craftsmanship, chainsaws, floats, doubles, longs, side effects. Skating.

Richard explains that this is not a C course. It is a computing course which happens to use C. C is our tool it is not our objective.

After lecture 8 we had a one week break, and during the break we ran a revision session to recap on the material covered in the first two weeks. This was for students new to programming to help them consolidate what we had done so far.

This is the second part of the revision session.

sadly camera problems meant some bits were not recorded.

After lecture 8 we had a one week break, and during the break we ran a revision session to recap on the material covered in the first two weeks. This was for students new to programming to help them consolidate what we had done so far.

This is the first part of the revision session.

We write a simple c program together during the lecture: "countdown" how many seconds are left until the first assignment is due? We (or rather Richard) make many mistakes.

Using top down design, functions, function prototypes, integer arithmetic, input/output.

we discuss program style, clarity, simplicity and complexity.

how to start to solve a problem. what to do when you get stuck. more on top down approach. # includes magic numbers variable names. why not to write amusing error messages. prjintf().

The Adversary and adversary models of computation: an all powerful force out to get you.

Side Effects: in machine code, in c functions, in general. Returning a value from main.

Also: ASCII, talking in lectures, mars bars and Marco Polo and the emperor of china.

Music: Triohatala by Stimmhorn (not really vikings)

Human Nature, Testing, Top-down problem solving. How to get started when you first get a problem. The importance of testing.

Also: magic numbers, style - the search for meaning, "why are you here?" mastering skills, why kids give up on musical instruments, pleasure and pain, richard getting fit, software piracy/viking numbers, Bjorn. First twinges of RSI. Moving to an 8bit Microprocessor.

My lousy memory about facts and figures: Viking 1 and 2 were landers not rovers, and viking 2 failed first, not Viking 1 - it was Viking 1 with the software problem.

Style, clarity, hackers vs elite programmers, simple c programming, side effects, compiler options, segmentation faults. You get an error - what to do? Following the spec.

Integer division and remainder.

strings, elements and layout of a c program. using gcc, comments, ints, printf, scanf, main, #include, printing newlines. Discussion of clarity.

also: about transistors, compiling, machine code

After some announcements we revise using transistors as switches. Then we look at how to program our basic 4 bit microprocessor using 4917 machine code.

At the end we see how we can try out our machine code programs using the 4917 emulator on the web page.

Introduction to computing for first year computer science and engineering students at UNSW.

What the course is about. A simple C program. Experimentation and fiddling. How a computer works (in 10 minutes), transistors, chips, microprocessors.

Our own baby microprocessor, the 4917, and how it works.

Lost sound after 50 mins, partial sound restored at 51 mins.

Richard Buckland teaches Higher Computing at UNSW - The University of New South Wales.

COMP1400 Week 11, Lecture 1

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Electrical Systems Design (Embedded Systems Design) - Analogue to Digital Converter Module ADC - Computer Interfacing - Microcontrollers - Electronic Whiteboard-Based Lecture - Lecture notes available from: http://eemedia.ee.unsw.edu.au/....contents/elec2117/Le

Electrical Systems Design (Embedded Systems Design) - Timers - Computer Interfacing - Microcontrollers - Electronic Whiteboard-Based Lecture - Lecture notes available from: http://eemedia.ee.unsw.edu.au/....contents/elec2117/Le

Electrical Systems Design (Embedded Systems Design) - Interrupts - Computer Interfacing - Microcontrollers - Electronic Whiteboard-Based Lecture - Lecture notes available from: http://eemedia.ee.unsw.edu.au/....contents/elec2117/Le

Electrical Systems Design (Embedded Systems Design) - Timing Delay Routines - Computer Interfacing - Microcontrollers - Electronic Whiteboard-Based Lecture - Lecture notes available from: http://eemedia.ee.unsw.edu.au/....contents/elec2117/Le

Electrical Systems Design (Embedded Systems Design) - Assembly Language Programs - Computer Interfacing - Microcontrollers - Electronic Whiteboard-Based Lecture - Lecture notes available from: http://eemedia.ee.unsw.edu.au/....contents/elec2117/Le

Electrical Systems Design (Embedded Systems Design) - PIC16F886 Instruction Set - Computer Interfacing - Microcontrollers - Electronic Whiteboard-Based Lecture - Lecture notes available from: http://eemedia.ee.unsw.edu.au/....contents/elec2117/Le

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T31L4 القطاعات المستفيدة من البرمجة

T31L3 فوائد البرمجة في حياتنا اليومية

T31L2 مقدمة حول لغات البرمجة

T31L1 ما المقصود بالرمز البرمجي وكيف يعمل؟

Note: THIS VIDEO IS WITHOUT AUDIO.

In this video I tried to apply all the topics from previous sessions. All of these topics have been covered in previous sessions.

ASP .Net MVC Project Development Session 5 for Trainees. In this session we learned about following Topics.

1- Difference between Dynamic and Static Page sections

2- File Upload type html input field

3- Why uploading pictures with jQuery

4- Assigning file upload change function in jQuery

5- What is formData in jQuery

6- Appending data to formData

7- Where to put common code in controllers

8- Return types of Actions in Controller

9- What is JSON? Where is it used?

10- What is JsonResult and why we need it

11- What will happen if we upload two images with same name?

12- Why replace file name with Guid?

13- Assigning value to html element attribute in jQuery

14- Applying break points to jQuery code from Source tab in inspect element window

15- Why browser not allowed to access computer local file?

16- Relationship between Business Entity and Image

17- What to do if Context change error appear in Entity Framework

18- Why we need hidden fields in View

19- What are ViewModels? Why we need them?

20- Returning ViewModels from Views

21- Checking for Null Values in LINQ

ASP .Net MVC Project Development Session 4 for Trainees. In this session we learned about following Topics.

1- Display form for New product using Ajax

2- Preventing form submission

3- Running JavaScript/jQuery in Console Window in Browser

4- Serializing Form Data in jQuery

5- Get vs Post in Ajax Request

6- Html element attributes

7- Why not to assign same html ID attribute to different elements in a web page

8- Assigning click function on element by Class attribute using jQuery

9- Custom Html attributes for elements

10- Assigning data based attributes to html elements

11- Debugging JavaScript/jQuery code from browser console

12- Accessing custom attributes of elements in jQuery

13- Displaying Confirmation message in jQuery

14- Primary key duplication issue in Database

15- What is Bootstrap?

16- What is Responsiveness?

17- Where to purchase Website Templates/Themes.

18- Why not to download Cracked Themes from Websites.

19- Better Alternatives to get virus free website themes.

20- Figuring out common parts of web page.

21- Changing implementation in _Layout file

22- Function of RenderBody() tag

23- Including theme assets in project (Images, Styles and Scripts)

24- Fixing issues with style and scripts linking files

25- Making changes to multiple line in one go

ASP .Net MVC Project Development Session 3 for Trainees. In this session we learned about following Topics.

1- Returning View with Different Name from Action in Controller

2- Difference between Web.config files in View Folder and Project Folder

3- Getting rid of Using statements in all views via Web.config file

4- Render another Action in a View using Html.RenderAction()

5- Partial Views in MVC

6- Returning Partial Views from Actions in Controller

7- Preventing Page Reload on form submission

8- Script Tag in View to run JavaScript/jQuery

9- HTML Element Attributes

10- Using jQuery in View/Checking if jQuery is installed?

11- Assigning click function on element by ID attribute using jQuery

12- Ajax request in jQuery/different Ajax functionalities

13- Passing data with Ajax Request

14- Updating element html using jQuery

15- Basic LINQ concepts (Where, Contains)

Remaining Ajax CRUD Operations in Next Video in Session 4

ASP .Net MVC Project Development Session 2 for Trainees. In this session we learned about following Topics.

1- Entity Framework Migration Issues Resolution

2- Controllers and Actions in MVC

3- HTTP Request Types (Get, Post)

4- Project References in a Solution

5- Routing in MVC (Request Life cycle)

6- HTML Forms, Input Field, Hidden Fields, Buttons and Other elements

7- Services in ASP .Net MVC

8- CRUD Operations in Entity Framework (Create, Read, Update, Delete)

9- var data type explanation

10- Models in MVC

11- CRUD Views in MVC

12- IIS in ASP .Net MVC

13- Break Points and Attaching to Debugger while Debugging

14- Action Redirection in MVC

ASP .Net MVC Project Development Session 1 for Trainees. In this session we learned about following Topics.

1- What is ASP .Net MVC

2- How to Deal with Client when a Project comes

3- Identifying Core Entities in project

4- Setting Up Project in Visual Studio

5- Setting up GitHub/Bitbucket Repository

6- Class Library Modules in Project

7- Writing Basic Business Entities

8- Setting up Entity Framework

9- Entity Framework Migrations

10- Git Commits

Create the Product Box Carousel like a flipkart product box

Download the product images -

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In this video, i'll teach you about, how to make a product box using htlm and css.

Download all images -

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Full playlist -

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hi, there my name is Vishal,

In this video, I'm going to show you, how to design a product section and section heading using HTML and CSS.

hey, guys in this video I'm going to create image slider via using of Bxslider Jquery plugin.

Download the slider image from here -

https://drive.google.com/open?....id=13sI7G1ncCd8POQa_

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I divided this video into two parts.

hey guys in this video, I'm going to create a slider caption area and fix them into the middle area of the slider.

Hello there, in this video I'm going to create a drop-down menu which is looking like Snapdeal option

Download the LOGO: https://drive.google.com/open?....id=1E9lJg8ijIkX-QHyC

hey guys in this video I'm going a make a logo in photoshop if you have no any photoshop so you can simply click on the link and download the logo

Download the logo - https://drive.google.com/open?....id=1E9lJg8ijIkX-QHyC

Part 7 - https://youtu.be/YrvCdXX1DCc

In this video, I'm attaching all the CSS and JS files into your web project.

this is very important to attach all the files in sequence.

Click here for join - https://chat.whatsapp.com/H6u5UqOoDtN2dANvU8YOcM

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Download some CSS and JavaScript plugin files for your web project, like bootstrap, OWL carousel, jquery file, BX Slider etc....

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bootstrap 4 - https://www.getbootstrap.com

OWL carousel - http://owlcarousel2.github.io/OwlCarousel2/

jQuery - http://www.jquery.com/

BX Slider - https://www.bxslider.com

In this video i'm going to show , How to create a folder structure of you big web project like e-commerce or School management system or any kind of big project.

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if you have any doubt so ask me on my whatsapp group or in the comment section.

How to download your xampp server and where you install it for save your all php files.

Download xampp - https://www.apachefriends.org/

Download Brackets - www.brackets.io

hey guys in this video i'm just going to show you some definition and features of e-commerce website in php and mysql.

Downlaod XAMPP server - https://www.apachefriends.org

Download Brackets - www.brackets.io

Download Sublime text - https://www.sublimetext.com/

Download visual studio text editor - code.visualstudio.com

Download notepad++ - https://notepad-plus-plus.org/

Hey, guys in this video I just change something in my navigation bar.

these changes are needed for us because We wanna to be a professional layout so I try my best.

So in this video, i create drop-down menu box which looks like snapdeal sign-in option.

and also create a slider with some slider content like text, button link etc.

hey guys in this video i'm just announce my new video series about e-commerce web development in php and mysqli with other JS Frameworks.

if you never want to miss my any video so subscribe my channel and press the bell icon.

my channel - https://www.youtube.com/mywebsite

my another e-commerce designing video series - https://www.youtube.com/playli....st?list=PLnzA2InvZ-f

hey, guys in this video I'm just talking about the mobile responsive issue of your e-commerce home page.

I'm using a meta tag, here is my blogger address for show the meta tag responsive

https://codingmyweb.blogspot.in/

hey guys in this video i'm talking about footer section , where i write some css codes for make them a responsive website layout.

hey guys in this video i'm talking about "how to make a responsive offer area using html and css".

Here is the code of media.css file

@media screen and (max-width:1280px) {

.offer{

width:410px;

}

@media screen and (max-width:1024px) {

.offer{

width:325px;

}

@media screen and (max-width:800px) {

.offer{

width:250px;

}

@media screen and (max-width:640px) {

.offer{

width:200px;

}

@media screen and (max-width:360px) {

.offer{

width: 100%;

margin:7px 0;

}

}

hey guys, in this video i'm talking about responsive product section of your e-commerce website using html and css only.

hey guys in this video i'm going to show you how to make a responsive category section for comptable with all devices , like mobile, table, or ipad or also your computer screen.

hey guys in this video i'm going to teach you how to make a responsive slider in html and css & also BXSLIDER js plugin.

hey guys in this video i'm working in the nevigation bar, where i create a responsive dropdown menu with the help of Media query and JQuery.

hey guys in this video i'm going to countinue my video series with responsive header section of e-commerce website.

so guys if cant find my channel so click here or write

https://www.youtube.com/mywebsite

hello there in this video i'm talking about how to make a responsive header section of your e-commerce website.

hi guys in this video i'm going to make this website in responsive by using html5 and css3

hey guys in this video i'll be going to design the subscription area of footer section. and this is my last video of this series.

hey guys in this video i'm going to design the footer area of my simple e-commerce website.

hey guys in this video i'm working on the offer area

hey guys this is our second part of coding the user interface in e-commerce website

hey guys in this video i'm going to show you how to create and design the product user interface in HTML & CSS only. you don't need to use jquery at this time.

hey guys in this video i'm goin to edit some images of prducts which is you going to upload them,

so before inserting the image you need to edit in any image editor , so i'm using adobe photoshop for image editing.

hey guys in this video i'm going to write the code of product categories.........

SO IF YOU WANT WATCHING MORE VIDOES SO CLICK AT HERE ..

https://www.youtube.com/channe....l/UCQGHnUa_B72j9JpIF

In this video i'm working on jquery slider to customize of there margin and other small problems, so keep it up and happy coding.

hey guys welcome back to my youtube channel,

In this video i' going to use a jquery slider for make a image slider.

the bx slider is very easy, very responsive.

in this video i will be edited some images in photoshop, which are use to make slider image.

In this video i'm showing you how to create or design the navigation bar with a shadow effect.

for watching more videos so click on -

part - 3 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9_FrEXwBObQ

part- 2 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UFYXeEA6ApQ

part - 1 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ePusBVTYUmg

in this video i will be design the page header

in the page header included LOGO, Search Box and User Menu also

in the user menu have a cart and login system

for watching our other videos so click these Links...

In this video i will be going to design the subheader of website so please watch this full video.

In this video i'm going to show you how to design a e-commerce website homepage in html and css.

so first of all you need to watch all videos series, and these link are here -

part - 2 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UFYXeEA6ApQ

part - 3 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9_FrEXwBObQ

and full playlist is https://www.youtube.com/playli....st?list=PLnzA2InvZ-f

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What is the DigiSkills Program?

Advent of new ICT technologies has opened a myriad of new possibilities for knowledge workers across the globe by enabling them to provide their services remotely to clients. By leveraging these ICT technologies, a new on-demand economy is being created, where professional activities broken into discrete assignments are offered to a virtual cloud of aspiring workers. This industry, often referred to as online outsourcing, is expected to generate gross service revenue between $15 billion and $25 billion by 2020.

Major chunk of this online outsourcing industry is being taken by individuals having necessary and relevant skills required to complete these temporary assignments and project or contract-based work. Millions of individuals around the world are tapping into the opportunity and earning money while working from the comfort of their homes. This trend is expected to grow as the creative destruction caused by fourth industrial wave continues to disrupt business processes and models.

Millions of individuals around the world are tapping into the opportunity and earning money while working from the comfort of their homes.

Pakistan is the world’s fourth largest provider of online freelancers with estimated registered number of online freelancers ranging in several hundreds of thousands. Most of the work done is for international clients; therefore, money earned by them is brought into the country, mainly as foreign remittances. While accurate data on money brought by freelancers is not available, estimates range from $ 500 Million to $ 1.3 Billion annually.

This amount is just a fraction of the country’s potential as, with its large population, increasing internet connectivity, broadband penetration, young and educated youth, thousands of IT graduates and million-plus enrolled university students, Pakistan can increase the number of freelancer’s manifold. This will help bring invaluable foreign exchange into the country, and more importantly, reduce unemployment as the number of fresh graduates passing out every year is a lot more than the number of new jobs created.

This large scale national Digital Skills (DigiSkills) Training Program has been launched, across the country, to train one (1) million people in the future of work using technology.

Therefore, this large scale national Digital Skills (DigiSkills) Training Program, which was conceived by the Minister of IT and Telecom, has been launched across the country, to train one (1) million people in the future of work using technology. Virtual University of Pakistan has been selected to execute this mega training program under the auspices of Ministry of Information Technology and Telecom through Ignite- National Technology Fund (formerly National ICT R&D Fund). The DigiSkills Program is aimed at equipping our youth, freelancers, students, housewives, professionals, etc. with knowledge, skills, tools & techniques necessary to seize the opportunities available internationally in online marketplaces as well as locally to earn a decent living.

The program aims at not only developing key specialized skills, but also imparting knowledge about various freelancing and other employment and entrepreneurial opportunities available internationally and locally. Due to limited employment opportunities, it is essential for upcoming workforce to have necessary knowledge and abilities to grab such opportunities. This is envisaged to be achieved through a national level program, which will train target audiences in freelancing and other specialized skills listed below:

1. Freelancing

2. E-Commerce Management

3. Digital Marketing

4. Digital Literacy

5. QuickBooks

6. AutoCAD

7. WordPress

8. Graphics Design

9. Creative Writing

10. SEO (Search Engine Optimization)

#DigiSkills #tutorials #Courses #vu #Urdu #WordPress #Freelancing #AutoCAD #CreativeWriting

More Information for Trainee & Sign Up Now for Course Enrollments in 3rd Batch.

https://googleurdu.blogspot.com/p/digiskills.html

What is the DigiSkills Program?

Advent of new ICT technologies has opened a myriad of new possibilities for knowledge workers across the globe by enabling them to provide their services remotely to clients. By leveraging these ICT technologies, a new on-demand economy is being created, where professional activities broken into discrete assignments are offered to a virtual cloud of aspiring workers. This industry, often referred to as online outsourcing, is expected to generate gross service revenue between $15 billion and $25 billion by 2020.

Major chunk of this online outsourcing industry is being taken by individuals having necessary and relevant skills required to complete these temporary assignments and project or contract-based work. Millions of individuals around the world are tapping into the opportunity and earning money while working from the comfort of their homes. This trend is expected to grow as the creative destruction caused by fourth industrial wave continues to disrupt business processes and models.

Millions of individuals around the world are tapping into the opportunity and earning money while working from the comfort of their homes.

Pakistan is the world’s fourth largest provider of online freelancers with estimated registered number of online freelancers ranging in several hundreds of thousands. Most of the work done is for international clients; therefore, money earned by them is brought into the country, mainly as foreign remittances. While accurate data on money brought by freelancers is not available, estimates range from $ 500 Million to $ 1.3 Billion annually.

This amount is just a fraction of the country’s potential as, with its large population, increasing internet connectivity, broadband penetration, young and educated youth, thousands of IT graduates and million-plus enrolled university students, Pakistan can increase the number of freelancer’s manifold. This will help bring invaluable foreign exchange into the country, and more importantly, reduce unemployment as the number of fresh graduates passing out every year is a lot more than the number of new jobs created.

This large scale national Digital Skills (DigiSkills) Training Program has been launched, across the country, to train one (1) million people in the future of work using technology.

Therefore, this large scale national Digital Skills (DigiSkills) Training Program, which was conceived by the Minister of IT and Telecom, has been launched across the country, to train one (1) million people in the future of work using technology. Virtual University of Pakistan has been selected to execute this mega training program under the auspices of Ministry of Information Technology and Telecom through Ignite- National Technology Fund (formerly National ICT R&D Fund). The DigiSkills Program is aimed at equipping our youth, freelancers, students, housewives, professionals, etc. with knowledge, skills, tools & techniques necessary to seize the opportunities available internationally in online marketplaces as well as locally to earn a decent living.

The program aims at not only developing key specialized skills, but also imparting knowledge about various freelancing and other employment and entrepreneurial opportunities available internationally and locally. Due to limited employment opportunities, it is essential for upcoming workforce to have necessary knowledge and abilities to grab such opportunities. This is envisaged to be achieved through a national level program, which will train target audiences in freelancing and other specialized skills listed below:

1. Freelancing

2. E-Commerce Management

3. Digital Marketing

4. Digital Literacy

5. QuickBooks

6. AutoCAD

7. WordPress

8. Graphics Design

9. Creative Writing

10. SEO (Search Engine Optimization)

#DigiSkills #tutorials #Courses #vu #Urdu #WordPress #Freelancing #AutoCAD #CreativeWriting

More Information for Trainee & Sign Up Now for Course Enrollments in 3rd Batch.

https://googleurdu.blogspot.com/p/digiskills.html

What is the DigiSkills Program?

Advent of new ICT technologies has opened a myriad of new possibilities for knowledge workers across the globe by enabling them to provide their services remotely to clients. By leveraging these ICT technologies, a new on-demand economy is being created, where professional activities broken into discrete assignments are offered to a virtual cloud of aspiring workers. This industry, often referred to as online outsourcing, is expected to generate gross service revenue between $15 billion and $25 billion by 2020.

Major chunk of this online outsourcing industry is being taken by individuals having necessary and relevant skills required to complete these temporary assignments and project or contract-based work. Millions of individuals around the world are tapping into the opportunity and earning money while working from the comfort of their homes. This trend is expected to grow as the creative destruction caused by fourth industrial wave continues to disrupt business processes and models.

Millions of individuals around the world are tapping into the opportunity and earning money while working from the comfort of their homes.

Pakistan is the world’s fourth largest provider of online freelancers with estimated registered number of online freelancers ranging in several hundreds of thousands. Most of the work done is for international clients; therefore, money earned by them is brought into the country, mainly as foreign remittances. While accurate data on money brought by freelancers is not available, estimates range from $ 500 Million to $ 1.3 Billion annually.

This amount is just a fraction of the country’s potential as, with its large population, increasing internet connectivity, broadband penetration, young and educated youth, thousands of IT graduates and million-plus enrolled university students, Pakistan can increase the number of freelancer’s manifold. This will help bring invaluable foreign exchange into the country, and more importantly, reduce unemployment as the number of fresh graduates passing out every year is a lot more than the number of new jobs created.

This large scale national Digital Skills (DigiSkills) Training Program has been launched, across the country, to train one (1) million people in the future of work using technology.

Therefore, this large scale national Digital Skills (DigiSkills) Training Program, which was conceived by the Minister of IT and Telecom, has been launched across the country, to train one (1) million people in the future of work using technology. Virtual University of Pakistan has been selected to execute this mega training program under the auspices of Ministry of Information Technology and Telecom through Ignite- National Technology Fund (formerly National ICT R&D Fund). The DigiSkills Program is aimed at equipping our youth, freelancers, students, housewives, professionals, etc. with knowledge, skills, tools & techniques necessary to seize the opportunities available internationally in online marketplaces as well as locally to earn a decent living.

The program aims at not only developing key specialized skills, but also imparting knowledge about various freelancing and other employment and entrepreneurial opportunities available internationally and locally. Due to limited employment opportunities, it is essential for upcoming workforce to have necessary knowledge and abilities to grab such opportunities. This is envisaged to be achieved through a national level program, which will train target audiences in freelancing and other specialized skills listed below:

1. Freelancing

2. E-Commerce Management

3. Digital Marketing

4. Digital Literacy

5. QuickBooks

6. AutoCAD

7. WordPress

8. Graphics Design

9. Creative Writing

10. SEO (Search Engine Optimization)