International System of Units-Structure of the Atom-Conductors-Insulators-Semiconductors-Electric Charge-Polarities | 1 | Handouts | 1-6 |

Basic electricity and circuit elements -The closed circuit -Open circuit -Short circuit -Power - Passive sign conventions | 2 | Handouts | 7-11 |

Resistances in Series-Resistances in parallel | 3 | Handouts | 12-18 |

| | Irwin(7th Edition) | Chapter 2 |

Inductance - Capacitance - Ohm`s Law - Power Dissipation in Resistance | 4, | Handouts | 19-25 |

Current sources and Voltage sources -Direct&Alternating quantities -Voltage dividers and Current dividers | 5 | Handouts | 26-32 |

Current divider and Voltage divider circuits | 6 | Handouts | 33-38 |

| | Irwin(7th Edition) | Chapter 2 |

Kirchhoff`s Laws Kirchhoff`s Current Law (KCL) - Node - Branch - Loop - Ground | 7 | Handouts | 39-44 |

Application of Nodal Analysis | 8,9 | Handouts | 44-51 |

| | Irwin(7th Edition) | Chapter 3 |

Applications of Nodal Analysis-Super Node - Constraint or Coupling Equation | 10,11 | Handouts | 52-58 |

| | Irwin(7th Edition) | Chapter 3 |

Kirchhoff`s Voltage Law (KVL) - Loop -Applications in Loop Analysis | 12 | Handouts | 59-60 |

Applications of Loop Analysis-examples | 13,17 | Handouts | 60-74 |

| | Irwin(7th Edition) | Chapter 3 |

Applications of Loop Analysis - Super Mesh Technique-examples | 18,19 | Handouts | 75-82 |

| | Irwin(7th Edition) | Chapter 3 |

Applications of Loop Analysis - Super Mesh Technique - Coupling equation | 20 | Handouts | 83-85 |

| | Irwin(7th Edition) | Chapter 3 |

Examples of Loop Analysis by using dependent sources - Coupling equation | 21 | Handouts | 86-88 |

| | Irwin(7th Edition) | Chapter 3 |

Matrices and Determinants method in solving circuit equations | 22 | Handouts | 89-92 |

Superposition Theorem and its applications in circuit network | 23 | Handouts | 93-96 |

| | Irwin(7th Edition) | Chapter 4.2 |

Source Transformation and its applications in circuit network | 24 | Handouts | 97-101 |

| | Irwin(7th Edition) | Chapter 4 |

Thevenin`s Theorem and its applications in circuit network | 25,26 | Handouts | 102-112 |

| | Irwin(7th Edition) | Chapter 4.3 |

Norton`s Theorem and its applications in circuit network | 27,28 | Handouts | 113-123 |

| | Irwin(7th Edition) | Chapter 4.3 |

Basic semiconductor concepts | 29 | Handouts | 124-126 |

| | Boylested&Nashelsky(7th edition) | Chapter 1 |

PN Junction Diode - Ideal Diode - Ideal Diode as a Rectifier(continue…) | 30 | Handouts | 127-129 |

Terminal characteristics of the Junction Diode - Forward bias region | 31 | Handouts | 130-133 |

Reverse bias region - Break down region - Analysis of Diode circuits | 32 | Handouts | 134-137 |

DC or Static Resistance - The constant voltage drop model - AC or Dynamic Resistance | 33 | Handouts | 138-142 |

Small Signal Model and its applications | 34 | Handouts | 143-148 |

Transformers - step up-step down-Applications | 35 | Handouts | 149-152 |

Negative Half Wave Rectifiers - Load voltage and current - Average Load voltage and current | 36 | Handouts | 153-156 |

Peak Inverse Voltage (PIV) - Full wave rectifier | 37 | Handouts | 157-160 |

Negative full wave rectifier - Full wave bridge rectifier | 38 | Handouts | 161-164 |

Filters - Clippers - Series Clippers | 39 | Handouts | 165-169 |

Parallel Clippers - Clampers | 40 | Handouts | 170-173 |

Diode logic gates (OR Gate) ( AND Gate) - Voltage Multipliers - Half wave voltage doubler - Zener diode - Zener diode shunt regulator | 41 | Handouts | 174-177 |

Applications of Zener Diode shunt regulator - Light emitting diode(LED) - PIN Photodiodes - Tunnel Diode | 42 | Handouts | 178-181 |

Bipolar Junction Transistors (BJT) -Types, Modes of operation | 43 | Handouts | 182-186 |

| | Boylested&Nashelsky(7th edition) | Chapter 3 |

DC biasing of Transistor -Characteristic of BJT-Load line analysis | 44 | Handouts | 187-192 |

| | Boylested&Nashelsky(7th edition) | Chapter 4 |

Emitter-Stabilized Bias Circuit-DC biasing BJT-Voltage Divider Bias Circuit and its application | 45 | Handouts | 193-198 |