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Semiconductors – Electronic Devices & Circuits


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Online Semiconductors and Electronic Circuits Training

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The important word semiconductor is composition of two words-Semi and Conductor. Semi means not completely while the conductor word means something, which can conduct electricity. Everybody knows what “Electricity” is. It is present everywhere; many appliances in your home and outside the home like TV, Bulb, Freeze, and Microwave Oven etc. are based on electricity. In simple terms, the current must pass through wires so that the electricity can reach up to these appliances.

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Online Semiconductors and Elecronic Circuits Training

So a conductor is a material having ability to conduct this electricity. Semiconductors conduct electricity to some extent, less than the conductors, how much do you think? Well, it depends on the type of material or its mixture and size. A semiconductor is a material that has intermediate conductivity between a conductor and an insulator. It means that it has unique physical properties somewhere in between a conductor like aluminum and an insulator like glass. There’s a process called doping, small amounts of impurities are added to pure semiconductors which effected in large changes in the conductivity of the material. Example which include silicon, the basic common material used in the integrated circuit and germanium, the semiconductor used for the first transistors. Semiconductors are used heavily in electronic circuits.

What is the need of semiconductor and electronics circuit TRAINING?

In this training you will get learn about semiconductor, its types, how it works. Semiconductors have had a great impact on our society. You find semiconductors at the heart of microprocessor chips and also at transistors. Anything that is computerized or uses radio waves depends on semiconductors.
Today, most semiconductor chips and transistors are created with silicon. You may have heard expressions like “Silicon Valley” and the “silicon economy,” and that’s why — silicon is the heart of any electronic device. The band structure of semiconductors is such that the outermost band of electrons, the valence band, is completely full. If a voltage is tried to applied, there is no conduction of electrons because there are no empty spaces left to allow the electrons to move around freely. In order for conduction to occur, electrons must be excited to the next highest band, which is known as the conduction band.

Please find the below curriculum of the courses:

Section: Introduction

  • Video name: Introduction

Section: Semiconductor Physics

  • Video name: Semiconductor Introduction

Section: Intrisinc Semiconductors

  • Video name: Types of Semiconductors‚ Intrinsic Semiconductors
  • Video name: Energy band diagram and Energy Gap
  • Video name: Energy band diagram for intrinsic semiconductors Continues
  • Video name: Calculation of Density of Electorns
  • Video name: Density of Electrons Calculation
  • Video name: Calculation Continues
  • Video name: Calculation for finding part 3
  • Video name: Calculation for finding part 4

Section: Extrinsic Semiconductors

  • Video name: Extrinsic semiconductors Part 1
  • Video name: Extrinsic semiconductors Part 2
  • Video name: Extrinsic semiconductors Part 3
  • Video name: Temprature dependency of extrinsic carrier concentration Part 1
  • Video name: Temprature dependency of extrinsic carrier concentration Part 2
  • Video name: Temprature dependency of extrinsic carrier concentration Part 3
  • Video name: Temprature dependency of extrinsic carrier concentration Part 4
  • Video name: Hall effect ‚ numerical part 1
  • Video name: Hall effect ‚ numerical part 2
  • Video name: Hall effect ‚ numerical part 3

Section: Diodes

  • Video name: Introduction to Diodes Part 1
  • Video name: Introduction to Diodes Part 2
  • Video name: Working of Diodes
  • Video name: Carrier Concentration and Energy Band Digrams Part 1
  • Video name: Carrier Concentration and Energy Band Digrams Part 2
  • Video name: Biasing of diodes Part 1
  • Video name: Biasing of diodes Part 2
  • Video name: Biasing of diodes Part 3
  • Video name: Types and applications of diode-tunnel diode Part 1
  • Video name: Types and applications of diode-tunnel diode Part 2

Section: BJT

  • Video name: Introduction basic structure Part 1
  • Video name: Introduction basic structure Part 2
  • Video name: Introduction basic structure Part 3
  • Video name: Transistor Operation and Transistor Parameters Part 1
  • Video name: Transistor Operation and Transistor Parameters Part 2
  • Video name: Transistor Configuration Part 1
  • Video name: Transistor Configuration Part 2
  • Video name: Early Effect‚ punch Configuration Part 1
  • Video name: Early Effect‚ punch Configuration Part 2
  • Video name: Early Effect‚ punch Configuration Part 3
  • Video name: Early Effect‚ punch Configuration Part 4
  • Video name: Transistor Characreistics and Conclusion

Section: Transistor Application and region of operation

  • Video name: Transistor Application and region of operation part -1
  • Video name: Transistor Application and region of operation part -2
  • Video name: Transistor Application and region of operation part -3

Section: Introduction to BJT Amplifiers

  • Video name: Introduction to BJT Amplifiers Part 1
  • Video name: Introduction to BJT Amplifiers Part 2
  • Video name: Introduction to BJT Amplifiers Part 3
  • Video name: Introduction to BJT Amplifiers Part 4

Section: Coupling Capacitors‚ DC & AC Equivalent Circuits of BJT Amplifiers

  • Video name: Coupling Capacitors‚ DC & AC Equivalent Circuits of BJT Amplifiers Part 1
  • Video name: Coupling Capacitors‚ DC & AC Equivalent Circuits of BJT Amplifiers Part 2
  • Video name: Coupling Capacitors‚ DC & AC Equivalent Circuits of BJT Amplifiers Part 3

Section: Small signal Analysis of BJT Amplifier

  • Video name: Small signal Analysis of BJT Amplifier Part 1
  • Video name: Small signal Analysis of BJT Amplifier Part 2

Section: Capacitor selection for BJT as Amplifier and BJT as a Switch

  • Video name: Capacitor selection for BJT as Amplifier and BJT as a Switch 1
  • Video name: Capacitor selection for BJT as Amplifier and BJT as a Switch 2
  • Video name: Capacitor selection for BJT as Amplifier and BJT as a Switch 3

Section: Introduction‚ Type of FET & Working of JFET

  • Video name: Introduction‚ Type of FET & Working of JFET 1
  • Video name: Introduction‚ Type of FET & Working of JFET 2
  • Video name: Introduction‚ Type of FET & Working of JFET 3
  • Video name: Transfer Characteristics 1

Section: Transfer Characteristics

  • Video name: Transfer Characteristics 2
  • Video name: Transfer Characteristics 3
  • Video name: Transfer Characteristics 4

Section: Jfet Biasing

  • Video name: Jfet Biasing Part 1
  • Video name: Jfet Biasing Part 2
  • Video name: Jfet Biasing Part 3

Section: Mosfet introduction & construction

  • Video name: Mosfet introduction & construction Part 1
  • Video name: Mosfet introduction & construction Part 2
  • Video name: Mosfet introduction & construction Part 3
  • Video name: Mosfet introduction & construction Part 4

Section: Basic operations for D mosfet and E mosfet

  • Video name: Basic operations for D mosfet and E mosfet part 1
  • Video name: Basic operations for D mosfet and E mosfet part 2

Section: Introduction and methods of construction for monolithic circuits

  • Video name: Introduction and methods of construction for monolithic circuits 1
  • Video name: Introduction and methods of construction for monolithic circuits 2
  • Video name: Introduction and methods of construction for monolithic circuits 3
  • Video name: Introduction and methods of construction for monolithic circuits 4

Section: Continuations of methods of construction CMOS technology

  • Video name: Continuations of methods of construction CMOS technology 1
  • Video name: Continuations of methods of construction CMOS technology 2
  • Video name: Continuations of methods of construction CMOS technology 3
  • Video name: Continuations of methods of construction CMOS technology 4

Section: Conclusion

  • Video name: Conclusion

Who is this course for?

This course is for those who want to get into Electronics Company, so there is needed a lot of interest in this topic.
Semiconductors and integrated circuit manufacturing companies
Students graduating in technical streams like electronics engineering
Engineering students can opt this course in 1st year students are taught basic about the circuits and semiconductor related articles.
Electronics and electronics with telecommunication can take up this course for sure.
Professionals from Semiconductor Industry can go for this course as it has taught all the calculations which are done in industry level.
All electronics student go in IT industry so Electronics Company wants electronics students to work in their field.
Actually beginners can even take this course as teaching is from base level so there will be no difficulty for starters.

Requirements

A computer with internet is needed as online learning will be there. Don’t skip any video as all are interconnected and if gets missed then further part will be difficult to understand.
The course starts from very basic level; so most of engineering students will enjoy learning as everything will be explained.

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