Link | NPTEL Course Name | NPTEL Lecture Title |
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Link | Nonlinear Dynamical Systems | Lecture 1 - Introduction |

Link | Nonlinear Dynamical Systems | Lecture 2 - First Order systems |

Link | Nonlinear Dynamical Systems | Lecture 3 - Classification of Equilibrium points |

Link | Nonlinear Dynamical Systems | Lecture 4 - Lipschitz Functions |

Link | Nonlinear Dynamical Systems | Lecture 5 - Existence/uniqueness theorems |

Link | Nonlinear Dynamical Systems | Lecture 6 - Existence/uniqueness of solutions to differential equations |

Link | Nonlinear Dynamical Systems | Lecture 7 - Lyapunov theorem on stability |

Link | Nonlinear Dynamical Systems | Lecture 8 - Extension of Lyapunov's Theorem in different contexts |

Link | Nonlinear Dynamical Systems | Lecture 9 - LaSalle's Invariance principle, Barbashin and Krasovski theorems, periodic orbits |

Link | Nonlinear Dynamical Systems | Lecture 10 - Bendixson criterion and Poincare-Bendixson criterion. Example: Lotka Volterra predator prey model |

Link | Nonlinear Dynamical Systems | Lecture 11 - Bendixson and Poincare-Bendixson criteria van-der-Pol Oscillator |

Link | Nonlinear Dynamical Systems | Lecture 12 - Scilab simulation of Lotka Volterra predator prey model, van-der-Pol Oscillator Review of linearization, operating point/operating trajectory |

Link | Nonlinear Dynamical Systems | Lecture 13 - Signals, operators |

Link | Nonlinear Dynamical Systems | Lecture 14 - Norms of signals, systems (operators), Finite gain L2 stable |

Link | Nonlinear Dynamical Systems | Lecture 15 - Nyquist plots and Nyquist criterion for stability |

Link | Nonlinear Dynamical Systems | Lecture 16 - Interconnection between linear system & non-linearity, passive filters |

Link | Nonlinear Dynamical Systems | Lecture 17 - Passive filters, Dissipation equality, positive real lemma |

Link | Nonlinear Dynamical Systems | Lecture 18 - Positive real lemma proof |

Link | Nonlinear Dynamical Systems | Lecture 19 - Definition for positive realness and Kalman Yakubovich-Popov Theorem |

Link | Nonlinear Dynamical Systems | Lecture 20 - Kalman-Yakubovich-Popov Lemma/theorem and memoryless nonlinearities |

Link | Nonlinear Dynamical Systems | Lecture 21 - Loop tranformations and circle criterion |

Link | Nonlinear Dynamical Systems | Lecture 22 - Nonlinearities based on circle criterion |

Link | Nonlinear Dynamical Systems | Lecture 23 - Limit cycles |

Link | Nonlinear Dynamical Systems | Lecture 24 - Popov criterion continuous, frequency-domain theorem |

Link | Nonlinear Dynamical Systems | Lecture 25 - Popov criterion continuous, frequency-domain theorem |

Link | Nonlinear Dynamical Systems | Lecture 26 - Describing function method |

Link | Nonlinear Dynamical Systems | Lecture 27 - Describing Function : 2 |

Link | Nonlinear Dynamical Systems | Lecture 28 - Describing : optimal gain |

Link | Nonlinear Dynamical Systems | Lecture 29 - Describing : optimal gain |

Link | Nonlinear Dynamical Systems | Lecture 30 - Describing functions : Jump Hysteresis |

Link | Nonlinear Dynamical Systems | Lecture 31 - Describing functions : sufficient conditions for existence of periodic orbits non existence of periodic orbits |

Link | Nonlinear Dynamical Systems | Lecture 32 - Describing functions for nonlinearities |

Link | Nonlinear Dynamical Systems | Lecture 33 - Ideal relay with Hysteresis and dead zone |

Link | Nonlinear Dynamical Systems | Lecture 34 - Dynamical systems on manifolds-1 |

Link | Nonlinear Dynamical Systems | Lecture 35 - Dynamical systems on manifolds-2 |

Link | Power System Dynamics and Control | Lecture 1 - Introduction |

Link | Power System Dynamics and Control | Lecture 2 - Introduction |

Link | Power System Dynamics and Control | Lecture 3 - Analysis of Dynamical Systems |

Link | Power System Dynamics and Control | Lecture 4 - Analysis of Dynamical Systems (Continued.) |

Link | Power System Dynamics and Control | Lecture 5 - Analysis of LINEAR Time Invariant Dynamical Systems |

Link | Power System Dynamics and Control | Lecture 6 - Analysis of LINEAR Time Invariant Dynamical Systems (Continued.) |

Link | Power System Dynamics and Control | Lecture 7 - Stiff Systems, Multi Time Scale Modeling |

Link | Power System Dynamics and Control | Lecture 8 - Numerical Integration |

Link | Power System Dynamics and Control | Lecture 9 - Numerical Integration (Continued.) |

Link | Power System Dynamics and Control | Lecture 10 - Numerical Integration (Continued.) |

Link | Power System Dynamics and Control | Lecture 11 - Modeling of Synchronous Machines |

Link | Power System Dynamics and Control | Lecture 12 - Modeling of Synchronous Machines (Continued.) |

Link | Power System Dynamics and Control | Lecture 13 - Modeling of Synchronous Machines (Continued.) |

Link | Power System Dynamics and Control | Lecture 14 - Modeling of Synchronous Machines. dq0 transformation (Continued.) |

Link | Power System Dynamics and Control | Lecture 15 - Modeling of Synchronous Machines. Standard Parameters |

Link | Power System Dynamics and Control | Lecture 16 - Modeling of Synchronous Machines. Standard Parameters |

Link | Power System Dynamics and Control | Lecture 17 - Synchronous Generator Models using Standard Parameters |

Link | Power System Dynamics and Control | Lecture 18 - Synchronous Generator Models using Standard Parameters. PER UNIT REPRESENTATION |

Link | Power System Dynamics and Control | Lecture 19 - Open Circuit Response of a Synchronous Generator |

Link | Power System Dynamics and Control | Lecture 20 - Synchronous Machine Modeling. Short Circuit Analysis (Continued.) |

Link | Power System Dynamics and Control | Lecture 21 - Synchronous Machine Modeling. Short Circuit Analysis (Continued.) Synchronization of a Synchronous Machine |

Link | Power System Dynamics and Control | Lecture 22 - Synchronization of a Synchronous Machine (Continued.) |

Link | Power System Dynamics and Control | Lecture 23 - Simplified Synchronous Machine Models |

Link | Power System Dynamics and Control | Lecture 24 - Excitation Systems |

Link | Power System Dynamics and Control | Lecture 25 - Excitation System Modeling |

Link | Power System Dynamics and Control | Lecture 26 - Excitation System Modeling. Automatic Voltage Regulator |

Link | Power System Dynamics and Control | Lecture 27 - Excitation System Modeling. Automatic Voltage Regulator (Continued.) |

Link | Power System Dynamics and Control | Lecture 28 - Excitation System Modeling. Automatic Voltage Regulator (Simulation) |

Link | Power System Dynamics and Control | Lecture 29 - Excitation System Modeling. Automatic Voltage Regulator (Simulation) – (Continued.) |

Link | Power System Dynamics and Control | Lecture 30 - Excitation System Modeling. Automatic Voltage Regulator. Linearized Analysis |

Link | Power System Dynamics and Control | Lecture 31 - Load Modeling |

Link | Power System Dynamics and Control | Lecture 32 - Induction Machines, Transmission Lines |

Link | Power System Dynamics and Control | Lecture 33 - Transmission Lines. Prime Mover Systems |

Link | Power System Dynamics and Control | Lecture 34 - Transmission Lines (Continued.) Prime Mover Systems |

Link | Power System Dynamics and Control | Lecture 35 - Prime Mover Systems. Stability in Integrated Power System |

Link | Power System Dynamics and Control | Lecture 36 - Stability in Integrated Power System: Two Machine Example |

Link | Power System Dynamics and Control | Lecture 37 - Two Machine System (Continued.) |

Link | Power System Dynamics and Control | Lecture 38 - Stability in Integrated Power System: Large Systems |

Link | Power System Dynamics and Control | Lecture 39 - Frequency/Angular Stability Programs. Stability Phenomena: Voltage Stability Example |

Link | Power System Dynamics and Control | Lecture 40 - Voltage Stability Example (Continued.). Fast Transients: Tools and Phenomena |

Link | Power System Dynamics and Control | Lecture 41 - Torsional Transients: Phenomena of Sub-Synchronous Resonance |

Link | Power System Dynamics and Control | Lecture 42 - Sub-Synchronous Resonance. Stability Improvement |

Link | Power System Dynamics and Control | Lecture 43 - Stability Improvement |

Link | Power System Dynamics and Control | Lecture 44 - Stability Improvement. Power System Stabilizers |

Link | Power System Dynamics and Control | Lecture 45 - Stability Improvement (Large Disturbance Stability) |

Link | Control Engineering (Prof. S.D. Agashe) | Lecture 1 - The Control Problem |

Link | Control Engineering (Prof. S.D. Agashe) | Lecture 2 - Some More Examples |

Link | Control Engineering (Prof. S.D. Agashe) | Lecture 3 - Different Kinds of Control Systems |

Link | Control Engineering (Prof. S.D. Agashe) | Lecture 4 - History of Feedback |

Link | Control Engineering (Prof. S.D. Agashe) | Lecture 5 - Modern Control Problems |

Link | Control Engineering (Prof. S.D. Agashe) | Lecture 6 - DC Motor Speed Control |

Link | Control Engineering (Prof. S.D. Agashe) | Lecture 7 - System Modelling, Analogy |

Link | Control Engineering (Prof. S.D. Agashe) | Lecture 8 - Causes of System Error |

Link | Control Engineering (Prof. S.D. Agashe) | Lecture 9 - Calculation of Error |

Link | Control Engineering (Prof. S.D. Agashe) | Lecture 10 - Control System Sensitivity |

Link | Control Engineering (Prof. S.D. Agashe) | Lecture 11 - Automatic Control of DC Motor |

Link | Control Engineering (Prof. S.D. Agashe) | Lecture 12 - Proportional Control |

Link | Control Engineering (Prof. S.D. Agashe) | Lecture 13 - Non-Unity Feedback |

Link | Control Engineering (Prof. S.D. Agashe) | Lecture 14 - Signal-Flow Graph |

Link | Control Engineering (Prof. S.D. Agashe) | Lecture 15 - Mason's Gain Formula |

Link | Control Engineering (Prof. S.D. Agashe) | Lecture 16 - Signal-Flow Graph for DC Motor Control |

Link | Control Engineering (Prof. S.D. Agashe) | Lecture 17 - Steady-State Calculations |

Link | Control Engineering (Prof. S.D. Agashe) | Lecture 18 - Differential Equation Model and Laplace Transformation Model |

Link | Control Engineering (Prof. S.D. Agashe) | Lecture 19 - D-Operator Method |

Link | Control Engineering (Prof. S.D. Agashe) | Lecture 20 - Second-Order System Response |

Link | Control Engineering (Prof. S.D. Agashe) | Lecture 21 - Frequency Response |

Link | Control Engineering (Prof. S.D. Agashe) | Lecture 22 - Laplace Transformation Theorems |

Link | Control Engineering (Prof. S.D. Agashe) | Lecture 23 - Final Value Theorem |

Link | Control Engineering (Prof. S.D. Agashe) | Lecture 24 - Transfer Function and Pole-Zero Diagram |

Link | Control Engineering (Prof. S.D. Agashe) | Lecture 25 - 'Good' Poles and 'Bad' Poles |

Link | Control Engineering (Prof. S.D. Agashe) | Lecture 26 - Signal Flow Graph with Transfer Functions |

Link | Control Engineering (Prof. S.D. Agashe) | Lecture 27 - s-Domain and t-Domain |

Link | Control Engineering (Prof. S.D. Agashe) | Lecture 28 - Second-Order System Response in s-Domain |

Link | Control Engineering (Prof. S.D. Agashe) | Lecture 29 - Integral Feedback |

Link | Control Engineering (Prof. S.D. Agashe) | Lecture 30 - Root-Locus Method |

Link | Control Engineering (Prof. S.D. Agashe) | Lecture 31 - Root-Locus Rules |

Link | Control Engineering (Prof. S.D. Agashe) | Lecture 32 - Asymptotes of Root Locus |

Link | Control Engineering (Prof. S.D. Agashe) | Lecture 33 - Routh Array |

Link | Control Engineering (Prof. S.D. Agashe) | Lecture 34 - Singular Cases |

Link | Control Engineering (Prof. S.D. Agashe) | Lecture 35 - Closed Loop Poles |

Link | Control Engineering (Prof. S.D. Agashe) | Lecture 36 - Controller in the Forwarded Path |

Link | Control Engineering (Prof. S.D. Agashe) | Lecture 37 - Mapping of Control in the Complex-Plane |

Link | Control Engineering (Prof. S.D. Agashe) | Lecture 38 - Encirclement by a Curve |

Link | Control Engineering (Prof. S.D. Agashe) | Lecture 39 - Nyquist Criterion |

Link | Control Engineering (Prof. S.D. Agashe) | Lecture 40 - Application of the Nyquist Criterion |

Link | Control Engineering (Prof. S.D. Agashe) | Lecture 41 - Polar Plot and Bode Plots |

Link | Control Engineering (Prof. S.D. Agashe) | Lecture 42 - Logarithmic Scale for Frequency |

Link | Control Engineering (Prof. S.D. Agashe) | Lecture 43 - 'Asymptotic' DB Gain |

Link | Control Engineering (Prof. S.D. Agashe) | Lecture 44 - Compensating Network |

Link | Control Engineering (Prof. S.D. Agashe) | Lecture 45 - Nichols' Chart |

Link | Control Engineering (Prof. S.D. Agashe) | Lecture 46 - Time Domain Methods of Analysis and Design |

Link | Control Engineering (Prof. S.D. Agashe) | Lecture 47 - State-Variable Equations |

Link | Power Electronics | Lecture 1 - Power Electronics |

Link | Power Electronics | Lecture 2 - Power Electronics |

Link | Power Electronics | Lecture 3 - Power Electronics |

Link | Power Electronics | Lecture 4 - Power Electronics |

Link | Power Electronics | Lecture 5 - Power Electronics |

Link | Power Electronics | Lecture 6 - Power Electronics |

Link | Power Electronics | Lecture 7 - Power Electronics |

Link | Power Electronics | Lecture 8 - Power Electronics |

Link | Power Electronics | Lecture 9 - Power Electronics |

Link | Power Electronics | Lecture 10 - Power Electronics |

Link | Power Electronics | Lecture 11 - Power Electronics |

Link | Power Electronics | Lecture 12 - Power Electronics |

Link | Power Electronics | Lecture 13 - Power Electronics |

Link | Power Electronics | Lecture 14 - Power Electronics |

Link | Power Electronics | Lecture 15 - Power Electronics |

Link | Power Electronics | Lecture 16 - Power Electronics |

Link | Power Electronics | Lecture 17 - Power Electronics |

Link | Power Electronics | Lecture 18 - Power Electronics |

Link | Power Electronics | Lecture 19 - Power Electronics |

Link | Power Electronics | Lecture 20 - Power Electronics |

Link | Power Electronics | Lecture 21 - Power Electronics |

Link | Power Electronics | Lecture 22 - Power Electronics |

Link | Power Electronics | Lecture 23 - Power Electronics |

Link | Power Electronics | Lecture 24 - Power Electronics |

Link | Power Electronics | Lecture 25 - Power Electronics |

Link | Power Electronics | Lecture 26 - Power Electronics |

Link | Power Electronics | Lecture 27 - Power Electronics |

Link | Power Electronics | Lecture 28 - Power Electronics |

Link | Power Electronics | Lecture 29 - Power Electronics |

Link | Power Electronics | Lecture 30 - Power Electronics |

Link | Power Electronics | Lecture 31 - Power Electronics |

Link | Power Electronics | Lecture 32 - Power Electronics |

Link | Power Electronics | Lecture 33 - Power Electronics |

Link | Power Electronics | Lecture 34 - Power Electronics |

Link | Power Electronics | Lecture 35 - Power Electronics |

Link | Power Electronics | Lecture 36 - Power Electronics |

Link | Power Electronics | Lecture 37 - Power Electronics |

Link | Power Electronics | Lecture 38 - Power Electronics |

Link | Power Electronics | Lecture 39 - Power Electronics |

Link | Power Electronics | Lecture 40 - Power Electronics |

Link | Power Electronics | Lecture 41 - Power Electronics |

Link | Power Electronics | Lecture 42 - Power Electronics |

Link | Power Electronics | Lecture 43 - Power Electronics |

Link | Fabrication of Silicon VLSI Circuits using the MOS technology | Lecture 1 - Introduction Micro to Nano A Journey into Intergrated Circuit Technology |

Link | Fabrication of Silicon VLSI Circuits using the MOS technology | Lecture 2 - Introduction Micro to Nano A Journey into Intergrated Circuit Technology |

Link | Fabrication of Silicon VLSI Circuits using the MOS technology | Lecture 3 - Crystal Properties and Silico Growth |

Link | Fabrication of Silicon VLSI Circuits using the MOS technology | Lecture 4 - Crystal Properties and Silico Growth (Continued...) |

Link | Fabrication of Silicon VLSI Circuits using the MOS technology | Lecture 5 - IC Fab Labs and Fabrication of IC |

Link | Fabrication of Silicon VLSI Circuits using the MOS technology | Lecture 6 - Diffusion |

Link | Fabrication of Silicon VLSI Circuits using the MOS technology | Lecture 7 - Diffusion (Continued...) |

Link | Fabrication of Silicon VLSI Circuits using the MOS technology | Lecture 8 - Solid State Diffusion |

Link | Fabrication of Silicon VLSI Circuits using the MOS technology | Lecture 9 - Solid State Diffusion (Continued...) |

Link | Fabrication of Silicon VLSI Circuits using the MOS technology | Lecture 10 - Solid State Diffusion (Continued...) |

Link | Fabrication of Silicon VLSI Circuits using the MOS technology | Lecture 11 - Thermal Oxidation of Silicons |

Link | Fabrication of Silicon VLSI Circuits using the MOS technology | Lecture 12 - Thermal Oxidation of Silicons |

Link | Fabrication of Silicon VLSI Circuits using the MOS technology | Lecture 13 - Thermal Oxidation of Silicons |

Link | Fabrication of Silicon VLSI Circuits using the MOS technology | Lecture 14 - Thermal Oxidation of Silicons (Continued...) |

Link | Fabrication of Silicon VLSI Circuits using the MOS technology | Lecture 15 - Thermal Oxidation of Silicons (Continued...) |

Link | Fabrication of Silicon VLSI Circuits using the MOS technology | Lecture 16 - Lithography |

Link | Fabrication of Silicon VLSI Circuits using the MOS technology | Lecture 17 - Lithography |

Link | Fabrication of Silicon VLSI Circuits using the MOS technology | Lecture 18 - Lithography |

Link | Fabrication of Silicon VLSI Circuits using the MOS technology | Lecture 19 - ION Implantation |

Link | Fabrication of Silicon VLSI Circuits using the MOS technology | Lecture 20 - ION Implantation |

Link | Fabrication of Silicon VLSI Circuits using the MOS technology | Lecture 21 - ION Implantation and Silicon IC Processing Flow for CMOS Technology |

Link | Fabrication of Silicon VLSI Circuits using the MOS technology | Lecture 22 - ION Implantation and Silicon IC Processing Flow for CMOS Technology |

Link | Fabrication of Silicon VLSI Circuits using the MOS technology | Lecture 23 - Silicon IC Processing Flow for CMOS Technology |

Link | Fabrication of Silicon VLSI Circuits using the MOS technology | Lecture 24 - Thin Film Deposition |

Link | Fabrication of Silicon VLSI Circuits using the MOS technology | Lecture 25 - Thin Film Deposition |

Link | Fabrication of Silicon VLSI Circuits using the MOS technology | Lecture 26 - Thin Film Deposition |

Link | Fabrication of Silicon VLSI Circuits using the MOS technology | Lecture 27 - Thin Film Deposition and Etching in VLSI Processing |

Link | Fabrication of Silicon VLSI Circuits using the MOS technology | Lecture 28 - Etching in VLSI Processing and Back -End Technology |

Link | NOC:Computational Electromagnetics and Applications | Lecture 1 - Lecture 1 |

Link | NOC:Computational Electromagnetics and Applications | Lecture 2 - Lecture 2 |

Link | NOC:Computational Electromagnetics and Applications | Lecture 3 - Lecture 3 |

Link | NOC:Computational Electromagnetics and Applications | Lecture 4 - Exercise 1 |

Link | NOC:Computational Electromagnetics and Applications | Lecture 5 - Exercise 2 |

Link | NOC:Computational Electromagnetics and Applications | Lecture 6 - Exercise 3 |

Link | NOC:Computational Electromagnetics and Applications | Lecture 7 - Lab Tour 1 |

Link | NOC:Computational Electromagnetics and Applications | Lecture 8 - Summary week 1 |

Link | NOC:Computational Electromagnetics and Applications | Lecture 9 - Lecture 4 |

Link | NOC:Computational Electromagnetics and Applications | Lecture 10 - Lecture 5 |

Link | NOC:Computational Electromagnetics and Applications | Lecture 11 - Exercise 4 |

Link | NOC:Computational Electromagnetics and Applications | Lecture 12 - Exercise 5 |

Link | NOC:Computational Electromagnetics and Applications | Lecture 13 - Exercise 6 |

Link | NOC:Computational Electromagnetics and Applications | Lecture 14 - Summary Week 2 |

Link | NOC:Computational Electromagnetics and Applications | Lecture 15 - Lecture 6 |

Link | NOC:Computational Electromagnetics and Applications | Lecture 16 - Lecture 7 |

Link | NOC:Computational Electromagnetics and Applications | Lecture 17 - Lecture 8 |

Link | NOC:Computational Electromagnetics and Applications | Lecture 18 - Exercise 7 |

Link | NOC:Computational Electromagnetics and Applications | Lecture 19 - Exercise 8 |

Link | NOC:Computational Electromagnetics and Applications | Lecture 20 - Summary Week 3 |

Link | NOC:Computational Electromagnetics and Applications | Lecture 21 - Lecture 9 |

Link | NOC:Computational Electromagnetics and Applications | Lecture 22 - Lecture 10 |

Link | NOC:Computational Electromagnetics and Applications | Lecture 23 - Lecture 11 |

Link | NOC:Computational Electromagnetics and Applications | Lecture 24 - Lecture 12 |

Link | NOC:Computational Electromagnetics and Applications | Lecture 25 - Lecture 13 |

Link | NOC:Computational Electromagnetics and Applications | Lecture 26 - Lecture 14 |

Link | NOC:Computational Electromagnetics and Applications | Lecture 27 - Exercise 9 |

Link | NOC:Computational Electromagnetics and Applications | Lecture 28 - Lab Tour - 2 |

Link | NOC:Computational Electromagnetics and Applications | Lecture 29 - Summary Week 4 |

Link | NOC:Computational Electromagnetics and Applications | Lecture 30 - Lecture 15 |

Link | NOC:Computational Electromagnetics and Applications | Lecture 31 - Lecture 16 |

Link | NOC:Computational Electromagnetics and Applications | Lecture 32 - Lecture 17 |

Link | NOC:Computational Electromagnetics and Applications | Lecture 33 - Lecture 18 |

Link | NOC:Computational Electromagnetics and Applications | Lecture 34 - Exercise 10 |

Link | NOC:Computational Electromagnetics and Applications | Lecture 35 - Summary week 5 |

Link | NOC:Computational Electromagnetics and Applications | Lecture 36 - Lecture 19 |

Link | NOC:Computational Electromagnetics and Applications | Lecture 37 - Lecture 20 |

Link | NOC:Computational Electromagnetics and Applications | Lecture 38 - Lecture 21 |

Link | NOC:Computational Electromagnetics and Applications | Lecture 39 - Lecture 22 |

Link | NOC:Computational Electromagnetics and Applications | Lecture 40 - Exercise 11 |

Link | NOC:Computational Electromagnetics and Applications | Lecture 41 - Summary week 6 |

Link | NOC:Computational Electromagnetics and Applications | Lecture 42 - Exercise 12 |

Link | NOC:Computational Electromagnetics and Applications | Lecture 43 - Exercise 13 |

Link | NOC:Computational Electromagnetics and Applications | Lecture 44 - Exercise 14 |

Link | NOC:Computational Electromagnetics and Applications | Lecture 45 - Exercise 15 |

Link | NOC:Computational Electromagnetics and Applications | Lecture 46 - Exercise 16 |

Link | NOC:Computational Electromagnetics and Applications | Lecture 47 - Exercise 17 |

Link | NOC:Computational Electromagnetics and Applications | Lecture 48 - Summary week 7 |

Link | NOC:Computational Electromagnetics and Applications | Lecture 49 - Lecture 23 |

Link | NOC:Computational Electromagnetics and Applications | Lecture 50 - Lecture 24 |

Link | NOC:Computational Electromagnetics and Applications | Lecture 51 - Lecture 25 |

Link | NOC:Computational Electromagnetics and Applications | Lecture 52 - Exercise 18 |

Link | NOC:Computational Electromagnetics and Applications | Lecture 53 - Exercise 19 |

Link | NOC:Computational Electromagnetics and Applications | Lecture 54 - Lab tour 3 |

Link | NOC:Computational Electromagnetics and Applications | Lecture 55 - Summary week 8 |

Link | NOC:Computational Electromagnetics and Applications | Lecture 56 - Lecture 26 |

Link | NOC:Computational Electromagnetics and Applications | Lecture 57 - Lecture 27 |

Link | NOC:Computational Electromagnetics and Applications | Lecture 58 - Lecture 28 |

Link | NOC:Computational Electromagnetics and Applications | Lecture 59 - Lecture 29 |

Link | NOC:Computational Electromagnetics and Applications | Lecture 60 - Lecture 30 |

Link | NOC:Computational Electromagnetics and Applications | Lecture 61 - Lecture 31 |

Link | NOC:Computational Electromagnetics and Applications | Lecture 62 - Lab tour 4 |

Link | NOC:Computational Electromagnetics and Applications | Lecture 63 - Summary week 9 |

Link | NOC:Computational Electromagnetics and Applications | Lecture 64 - Lecture 32 |

Link | NOC:Computational Electromagnetics and Applications | Lecture 65 - Lecture 33 |

Link | NOC:Computational Electromagnetics and Applications | Lecture 66 - Lecture 34 |

Link | NOC:Computational Electromagnetics and Applications | Lecture 67 - Lecture 35 |

Link | NOC:Computational Electromagnetics and Applications | Lecture 68 - Exercise 20 |

Link | NOC:Computational Electromagnetics and Applications | Lecture 69 - Lab tour 5 |

Link | NOC:Computational Electromagnetics and Applications | Lecture 70 - Summary week 10 |

Link | NOC:Computational Electromagnetics and Applications | Lecture 71 - Lecture 36 |

Link | NOC:Computational Electromagnetics and Applications | Lecture 72 - Lecture 37 |

Link | NOC:Computational Electromagnetics and Applications | Lecture 73 - Lecture 38 |

Link | NOC:Computational Electromagnetics and Applications | Lecture 74 - Lecture 39 |

Link | NOC:Computational Electromagnetics and Applications | Lecture 75 - Lecture 40 |

Link | NOC:Computational Electromagnetics and Applications | Lecture 76 - Summary week 11 |

Link | NOC:Computational Electromagnetics and Applications | Lecture 77 - Lecture 41 |

Link | NOC:Computational Electromagnetics and Applications | Lecture 78 - Lecture 42 |

Link | NOC:Computational Electromagnetics and Applications | Lecture 79 - Lecture 43 |

Link | NOC:Computational Electromagnetics and Applications | Lecture 80 - Lecture 44 |

Link | NOC:Computational Electromagnetics and Applications | Lecture 81 - Exercise 21 |

Link | NOC:Computational Electromagnetics and Applications | Lecture 82 - Exercise 22 |

Link | NOC:Computational Electromagnetics and Applications | Lecture 83 - Summary week 12 |

Link | NOC:Basic Electronics | Lecture 1 - A brief history of electronics |

Link | NOC:Basic Electronics | Lecture 2 - Superposition |

Link | NOC:Basic Electronics | Lecture 3 - Useful circuit techniques - 1 |

Link | NOC:Basic Electronics | Lecture 4 - Useful circuit techniques - 2 |

Link | NOC:Basic Electronics | Lecture 5 - Phasors - 1 |

Link | NOC:Basic Electronics | Lecture 6 - Phasors - 2 |

Link | NOC:Basic Electronics | Lecture 7 - RC/RL circuits in time domain - 1 |

Link | NOC:Basic Electronics | Lecture 8 - RC/RL circuits in time domain - 2 |

Link | NOC:Basic Electronics | Lecture 9 - RC/RL circuits in time domain - 3 |

Link | NOC:Basic Electronics | Lecture 10 - RC/RL circuits in time domain - 4 |

Link | NOC:Basic Electronics | Lecture 11 - RC/RL circuits in time domain - 5 |

Link | NOC:Basic Electronics | Lecture 12 - Simulation of RC circuit |

Link | NOC:Basic Electronics | Lecture 13 - Diode circuits - 1 |

Link | NOC:Basic Electronics | Lecture 14 - Diode circuits - 2 |

Link | NOC:Basic Electronics | Lecture 15 - Diode circuits - 3 |

Link | NOC:Basic Electronics | Lecture 16 - Diode circuits - 4 |

Link | NOC:Basic Electronics | Lecture 17 - Diode circuits - 5 |

Link | NOC:Basic Electronics | Lecture 18 - Diode circuits - 6 |

Link | NOC:Basic Electronics | Lecture 19 - Diode rectifiers - 1 |

Link | NOC:Basic Electronics | Lecture 20 - Diode rectifiers - 2 |

Link | NOC:Basic Electronics | Lecture 21 - Diode rectifiers - 3 |

Link | NOC:Basic Electronics | Lecture 22 - Bipolar Junction Transistor - 1 |

Link | NOC:Basic Electronics | Lecture 23 - Bipolar Junction Transistor - 2 |

Link | NOC:Basic Electronics | Lecture 24 - Bipolar Junction Transistor - 3 |

Link | NOC:Basic Electronics | Lecture 25 - BJT amplifier - 1 |

Link | NOC:Basic Electronics | Lecture 26 - BJT amplifier - 2 |

Link | NOC:Basic Electronics | Lecture 27 - BJT amplifier - 3 |

Link | NOC:Basic Electronics | Lecture 28 - BJT amplifier - 4 |

Link | NOC:Basic Electronics | Lecture 29 - BJT amplifier - 5 |

Link | NOC:Basic Electronics | Lecture 30 - BJT amplifier - 6 |

Link | NOC:Basic Electronics | Lecture 31 - BJT amplifier - 7 |

Link | NOC:Basic Electronics | Lecture 32 - Introduction to op-amps |

Link | NOC:Basic Electronics | Lecture 33 - Op-amp circuits - 1 |

Link | NOC:Basic Electronics | Lecture 34 - Op-amp circuits - 2 |

Link | NOC:Basic Electronics | Lecture 35 - Op-amp circuits - 3 |

Link | NOC:Basic Electronics | Lecture 36 - Difference amplifier |

Link | NOC:Basic Electronics | Lecture 37 - Instrumentation amplifier - 1 |

Link | NOC:Basic Electronics | Lecture 38 - Instrumentation amplifier - 2 |

Link | NOC:Basic Electronics | Lecture 39 - Op-amp nonidealities - 1 |

Link | NOC:Basic Electronics | Lecture 40 - Op-amp nonidealities - 2 |

Link | NOC:Basic Electronics | Lecture 41 - Bode plots - 1 |

Link | NOC:Basic Electronics | Lecture 42 - Bode plots - 2 |

Link | NOC:Basic Electronics | Lecture 43 - Bode plots - 3 |

Link | NOC:Basic Electronics | Lecture 44 - Op-amp filters |

Link | NOC:Basic Electronics | Lecture 45 - Simulation of op-amp filter |

Link | NOC:Basic Electronics | Lecture 46 - Precision rectifiers - 1 |

Link | NOC:Basic Electronics | Lecture 47 - Precision rectifiers - 2 |

Link | NOC:Basic Electronics | Lecture 48 - Precision rectifiers - 3 |

Link | NOC:Basic Electronics | Lecture 49 - Simulation of triangle-to-sine converter |

Link | NOC:Basic Electronics | Lecture 50 - Schmitt triggers - 1 |

Link | NOC:Basic Electronics | Lecture 51 - Schmitt triggers - 2 |

Link | NOC:Basic Electronics | Lecture 52 - Schmitt triggers - 3 |

Link | NOC:Basic Electronics | Lecture 53 - Sinusoidal oscillators - 1 |

Link | NOC:Basic Electronics | Lecture 54 - Sinusoidal oscillators - 2 |

Link | NOC:Basic Electronics | Lecture 55 - Introduction to digital circuits |

Link | NOC:Basic Electronics | Lecture 56 - Boolean algebra |

Link | NOC:Basic Electronics | Lecture 57 - Karnaugh maps |

Link | NOC:Basic Electronics | Lecture 58 - Combinatorial circuits - 1 |

Link | NOC:Basic Electronics | Lecture 59 - Combinatorial circuits - 2 |

Link | NOC:Basic Electronics | Lecture 60 - Combinatorial circuits - 3 |

Link | NOC:Basic Electronics | Lecture 61 - Introduction to sequential circuits |

Link | NOC:Basic Electronics | Lecture 62 - Latch and flip-flop |

Link | NOC:Basic Electronics | Lecture 63 - JK flip-flop |

Link | NOC:Basic Electronics | Lecture 64 - D flip-flop |

Link | NOC:Basic Electronics | Lecture 65 - Shift registers |

Link | NOC:Basic Electronics | Lecture 66 - Counters - 1 |

Link | NOC:Basic Electronics | Lecture 67 - Counters - 2 |

Link | NOC:Basic Electronics | Lecture 68 - Simulation of a synchronous counter |

Link | NOC:Basic Electronics | Lecture 69 - 555 timer |

Link | NOC:Basic Electronics | Lecture 70 - Digital-to-analog conversion - 1 |

Link | NOC:Basic Electronics | Lecture 71 - Digital-to-analog conversion - 2 |

Link | NOC:Basic Electronics | Lecture 72 - Analog-to-digital conversion |

Link | NOC:Antennas | Lecture 1 - Antenna Introduction - I |

Link | NOC:Antennas | Lecture 2 - Antenna Introduction - II |

Link | NOC:Antennas | Lecture 3 - Antenna Introduction - III |

Link | NOC:Antennas | Lecture 4 - Antenna Fundamentals - I |

Link | NOC:Antennas | Lecture 5 - Antenna Fundamentals - II |

Link | NOC:Antennas | Lecture 6 - Antenna Radiation Hazards - I |

Link | NOC:Antennas | Lecture 7 - Antenna Radiation Hazards - II |

Link | NOC:Antennas | Lecture 8 - Dipole Antennas - I |

Link | NOC:Antennas | Lecture 9 - Dipole Antennas - II |

Link | NOC:Antennas | Lecture 10 - Dipole Antennas - III |

Link | NOC:Antennas | Lecture 11 - Monopole Antennas - I |

Link | NOC:Antennas | Lecture 12 - Monopole Antennas - II |

Link | NOC:Antennas | Lecture 13 - Loop Antennas |

Link | NOC:Antennas | Lecture 14 - Slot Antennas |

Link | NOC:Antennas | Lecture 15 - Linear Arrays - I |

Link | NOC:Antennas | Lecture 16 - Linear Arrays - II |

Link | NOC:Antennas | Lecture 17 - Linear Arrays - III |

Link | NOC:Antennas | Lecture 18 - Planar Arrays |

Link | NOC:Antennas | Lecture 19 - Microstrip Antennas (MSA) |

Link | NOC:Antennas | Lecture 20 - Rectangular MSA |

Link | NOC:Antennas | Lecture 21 - MSA Parametric Analysis - I |

Link | NOC:Antennas | Lecture 22 - MSA Parametric Analysis - II |

Link | NOC:Antennas | Lecture 23 - Circular MSA |

Link | NOC:Antennas | Lecture 24 - Broadband MSA - I |

Link | NOC:Antennas | Lecture 25 - Broadband MSA - II |

Link | NOC:Antennas | Lecture 26 - Broadband MSA - III |

Link | NOC:Antennas | Lecture 27 - Broadband MSA - IV |

Link | NOC:Antennas | Lecture 28 - Broadband MSA - V |

Link | NOC:Antennas | Lecture 29 - Compact MSA - I |

Link | NOC:Antennas | Lecture 30 - Compact MSA - II |

Link | NOC:Antennas | Lecture 31 - Compact MSA - III |

Link | NOC:Antennas | Lecture 32 - Tunable MSA - I |

Link | NOC:Antennas | Lecture 33 - Tunable MSA - II |

Link | NOC:Antennas | Lecture 34 - Circularly Polarized MSA - I |

Link | NOC:Antennas | Lecture 35 - Circularly Polarized MSA - II |

Link | NOC:Antennas | Lecture 36 - Circularly Polarized MSA - III |

Link | NOC:Antennas | Lecture 37 - MSA Arrays - I |

Link | NOC:Antennas | Lecture 38 - MSA Arrays - II |

Link | NOC:Antennas | Lecture 39 - MSA Arrays - III |

Link | NOC:Antennas | Lecture 40 - Helical Antennas - I |

Link | NOC:Antennas | Lecture 41 - Helical Antennas - II |

Link | NOC:Antennas | Lecture 42 - Helical Antennas - III |

Link | NOC:Antennas | Lecture 43 - Helical Antennas - IV |

Link | NOC:Antennas | Lecture 44 - Helical Antennas - V |

Link | NOC:Antennas | Lecture 45 - Horn Antennas - I |

Link | NOC:Antennas | Lecture 46 - Horn Antennas - II |

Link | NOC:Antennas | Lecture 47 - Horn Antennas - III |

Link | NOC:Antennas | Lecture 48 - Horn Antennas - IV |

Link | NOC:Antennas | Lecture 49 - Horn Antennas - V |

Link | NOC:Antennas | Lecture 50 - Yagi-Uda and Log-Periodic Antennas - I |

Link | NOC:Antennas | Lecture 51 - Yagi-Uda and Log-Periodic Antennas - II |

Link | NOC:Antennas | Lecture 52 - Yagi-Uda and Log-Periodic Antennas - III |

Link | NOC:Antennas | Lecture 53 - IE3D Session TA - I |

Link | NOC:Antennas | Lecture 54 - IE3D Session TA - II |

Link | NOC:Antennas | Lecture 55 - IE3D Session TA - III |

Link | NOC:Antennas | Lecture 56 - Reflector Antennas - I |

Link | NOC:Antennas | Lecture 57 - Reflector Antennas - II |

Link | NOC:Antennas | Lecture 58 - Reflector Antennas - III |

Link | NOC:Antennas | Lecture 59 - Reflector Antennas - IV |

Link | NOC:Antennas | Lecture 60 - Lab Session |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Wavelets, Filter Banks and Time Frequency Analysis | Lecture 1 - Module 1 - Lecture 1 - Introduction |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Wavelets, Filter Banks and Time Frequency Analysis | Lecture 2 - Module 1 - Lecture 2 - Origin of Wavelets |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Wavelets, Filter Banks and Time Frequency Analysis | Lecture 3 - Module 1 - Lecture 3 - Haar Wavelet |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Wavelets, Filter Banks and Time Frequency Analysis | Lecture 4 - Module 2 - Lecture 1 - Dyadic Wavelet |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Wavelets, Filter Banks and Time Frequency Analysis | Lecture 5 - Module 2 - Lecture 2 - Dilates and Translates of Haar Wavelets |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Wavelets, Filter Banks and Time Frequency Analysis | Lecture 6 - Module 2 - Lecture 3 - L2 Norm of a Function |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Wavelets, Filter Banks and Time Frequency Analysis | Lecture 7 - Module 3 - Lecture 1 - Piecewise Constant Representation of a Function |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Wavelets, Filter Banks and Time Frequency Analysis | Lecture 8 - Module 3 - Lecture 2 - Ladder of Subspaces |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Wavelets, Filter Banks and Time Frequency Analysis | Lecture 9 - Module 3 - Lecture 3 - Scaling Function for Haar Wavelet Demo |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Wavelets, Filter Banks and Time Frequency Analysis | Lecture 10 - Demonstration 1: Piecewise constant approximation of functions |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Wavelets, Filter Banks and Time Frequency Analysis | Lecture 11 - Module 4 - Lecture 1 - Vector Representation of Sequences |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Wavelets, Filter Banks and Time Frequency Analysis | Lecture 12 - Module 4 - Lecture 2 - Properties of Norm |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Wavelets, Filter Banks and Time Frequency Analysis | Lecture 13 - Module 4 - Lecture 3 - Parseval's Theorem |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Wavelets, Filter Banks and Time Frequency Analysis | Lecture 14 - Module 5 - Lecture 1 - Equivalence of sequences and functions |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Wavelets, Filter Banks and Time Frequency Analysis | Lecture 15 - Module 5 - Lecture 2 - Angle between Functions and their Decomposition |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Wavelets, Filter Banks and Time Frequency Analysis | Lecture 16 - Demonstration 2: Additional Information on Direct-Sum |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Wavelets, Filter Banks and Time Frequency Analysis | Lecture 17 - Module 6 - Lecture 1 - Introduction to filter banks |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Wavelets, Filter Banks and Time Frequency Analysis | Lecture 18 - Module 6 - Lecture 2 - Haar Analysis Filter Bank in Z-domain |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Wavelets, Filter Banks and Time Frequency Analysis | Lecture 19 - Module 6 - Lecture 3 - Haar Synthesis Filter Bank in Z-domain |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Wavelets, Filter Banks and Time Frequency Analysis | Lecture 20 - Module 7 - Lecture 1 - Moving from Z-domain to frequency domain |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Wavelets, Filter Banks and Time Frequency Analysis | Lecture 21 - Module 7 - Lecture 2 - Frequency Response of Haar Analysis Low pass Filter bank |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Wavelets, Filter Banks and Time Frequency Analysis | Lecture 22 - Module 7 - Lecture 3 - Frequency Response of Haar Analysis High pass Filter bank |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Wavelets, Filter Banks and Time Frequency Analysis | Lecture 23 - Module 8 - Lecture 1 - Ideal two-band filter bank |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Wavelets, Filter Banks and Time Frequency Analysis | Lecture 24 - Module 8 - Lecture 2 - Disqualification of Ideal filter bank |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Wavelets, Filter Banks and Time Frequency Analysis | Lecture 25 - Module 8 - Lecture 3 - Realizable two-band filter bank |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Wavelets, Filter Banks and Time Frequency Analysis | Lecture 26 - Demonstration 3: Demonstration: DWT of images |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Wavelets, Filter Banks and Time Frequency Analysis | Lecture 27 - Module 9 - Lecture 1 - Relating Fourier transform of scaling function to filter bank |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Wavelets, Filter Banks and Time Frequency Analysis | Lecture 28 - Module 9 - Lecture 2 - Fourier transform of scaling function |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Wavelets, Filter Banks and Time Frequency Analysis | Lecture 29 - Module 9 - Lecture 3 - Construction of scaling and wavelet functions from filter bank |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Wavelets, Filter Banks and Time Frequency Analysis | Lecture 30 - Demonstration 4: Demonstration: Constructing scaling and wavelet functions |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Wavelets, Filter Banks and Time Frequency Analysis | Lecture 31 - Module 10 - Lecture 1 - Introduction to upsampling and down sampling as Multirate operations |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Wavelets, Filter Banks and Time Frequency Analysis | Lecture 32 - Module 10 - Lecture 2 - Up sampling by a general factor M- a Z-domain analysis. |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Wavelets, Filter Banks and Time Frequency Analysis | Lecture 33 - Module 10 - Lecture 3 - Down sampling by a general factor M- a Z-domain analysis |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Wavelets, Filter Banks and Time Frequency Analysis | Lecture 34 - Module 11 - Lecture 1 - Z domain analysis of 2 channel filter bank. |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Wavelets, Filter Banks and Time Frequency Analysis | Lecture 35 - Module 11 - Lecture 2 - Effect of X (-Z) in time domain and aliasing |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Wavelets, Filter Banks and Time Frequency Analysis | Lecture 36 - Module 11 - Lecture 3 - Consequences of aliasing and simple approach to avoid it |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Wavelets, Filter Banks and Time Frequency Analysis | Lecture 37 - Module 12 - Lecture 1 - Revisiting aliasing and the Idea of perfect reconstruction |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Wavelets, Filter Banks and Time Frequency Analysis | Lecture 38 - Module 12 - Lecture 2 - Applying perfect reconstruction and alias cancellation on Haar MRA |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Wavelets, Filter Banks and Time Frequency Analysis | Lecture 39 - Module 12 - Lecture 3 - Introduction to Daubechies family of MRA |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Wavelets, Filter Banks and Time Frequency Analysis | Lecture 40 - Module 13 - Lecture 1 - Power Complementarity of low pass filter |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Wavelets, Filter Banks and Time Frequency Analysis | Lecture 41 - Module 13 - Lecture 2 - Applying perfect reconstruction condition to obtain filter coefficient |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Wavelets, Filter Banks and Time Frequency Analysis | Lecture 42 - Module 14 - Lecture 1 - Effect of minimum phase requirement on filter coefficients |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Wavelets, Filter Banks and Time Frequency Analysis | Lecture 43 - Module 14 - Lecture 2 - Building compactly supported scaling functions |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Wavelets, Filter Banks and Time Frequency Analysis | Lecture 44 - Module 14 - Lecture 3 - Second member of Daubechies family |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Wavelets, Filter Banks and Time Frequency Analysis | Lecture 45 - Module 15 - Lecture 1 - Fourier transform analysis of Haar scaling and Wavelet functions |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Wavelets, Filter Banks and Time Frequency Analysis | Lecture 46 - Module 15 - Lecture 2 - Revisiting Fourier Transform and Parseval's theorem |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Wavelets, Filter Banks and Time Frequency Analysis | Lecture 47 - Module 15 - Lecture 3 - Transform Analysis of Haar Wavelet function |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Wavelets, Filter Banks and Time Frequency Analysis | Lecture 48 - Module 16 - Lecture 1 - Nature of Haar scaling and Wavelet functions in frequency domain |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Wavelets, Filter Banks and Time Frequency Analysis | Lecture 49 - Module 16 - Lecture 2 - The Idea of Time-Frequency Resolution |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Wavelets, Filter Banks and Time Frequency Analysis | Lecture 50 - Module 16 - Lecture 3 - Some thoughts on Ideal time- frequency domain behavior |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Wavelets, Filter Banks and Time Frequency Analysis | Lecture 51 - Module 17 - Lecture 1 - Defining Probability Density function |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Wavelets, Filter Banks and Time Frequency Analysis | Lecture 52 - Module 17 - Lecture 2 - Defining Mean, Variance and containment in a given domain |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Wavelets, Filter Banks and Time Frequency Analysis | Lecture 53 - Module 17 - Lecture 3 - Example: Haar Scaling function |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Wavelets, Filter Banks and Time Frequency Analysis | Lecture 54 - Module 17 - Lecture 4 - Variance from a slightly different perspective |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Wavelets, Filter Banks and Time Frequency Analysis | Lecture 55 - Module 18 - Lecture 1 - Signal transformations: effect on mean and variance |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Wavelets, Filter Banks and Time Frequency Analysis | Lecture 56 - Module 18 - Lecture 2 - Time-Bandwidth product and its properties |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Wavelets, Filter Banks and Time Frequency Analysis | Lecture 57 - Module 18 - Lecture 3 - Simplification of Time-Bandwidth formulae |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Wavelets, Filter Banks and Time Frequency Analysis | Lecture 58 - Module 19 - Lecture 1 - Introduction |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Wavelets, Filter Banks and Time Frequency Analysis | Lecture 59 - Module 19 - Lecture 2 - Evaluation of Time-Bandwidth product |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Wavelets, Filter Banks and Time Frequency Analysis | Lecture 60 - Module 19 - Lecture 3 - Optimal function in the sense of Time-Bandwidth product |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Wavelets, Filter Banks and Time Frequency Analysis | Lecture 61 - Module 20 - Lecture 1 - Discontent with the Optimal function. |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Wavelets, Filter Banks and Time Frequency Analysis | Lecture 62 - Module 20 - Lecture 2 - Journey from infinite to finite Time-Bandwidth product of Haar scaling function |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Wavelets, Filter Banks and Time Frequency Analysis | Lecture 63 - Module 20 - Lecture 3 - More insights about Time-Bandwidth product |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Wavelets, Filter Banks and Time Frequency Analysis | Lecture 64 - Module 20 - Lecture 4 - Time-frequency plane |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Wavelets, Filter Banks and Time Frequency Analysis | Lecture 65 - Module 20 - Lecture 5 - Tiling the Time-frequency plane |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Wavelets, Filter Banks and Time Frequency Analysis | Lecture 66 - Module 21 - Lecture 1 - STFT: Conditions for valid windows |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Wavelets, Filter Banks and Time Frequency Analysis | Lecture 67 - Module 21 - Lecture 2 - STFT: Time domain and frequency domain formulations |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Wavelets, Filter Banks and Time Frequency Analysis | Lecture 68 - Module 21 - Lecture 3 - STFT: Duality in the interpretations |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Wavelets, Filter Banks and Time Frequency Analysis | Lecture 69 - Module 21 - Lecture 4 - Continuous Wavelet Transform (CWT) |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Wavelets, Filter Banks and Time Frequency Analysis | Lecture 70 - Demonstration 5 |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Wavelets, Filter Banks and Time Frequency Analysis | Lecture 71 - Students Presentation |

Link | NOC:Analog Circuits (2017) | Lecture 1 - Module 1 - Introduction |

Link | NOC:Analog Circuits (2017) | Lecture 2 - Module 2 - Poles and zeros |

Link | NOC:Analog Circuits (2017) | Lecture 3 - Module 3 - OP-AMPs |

Link | NOC:Analog Circuits (2017) | Lecture 4 - Module 4 - Application of Op-Amps |

Link | NOC:Analog Circuits (2017) | Lecture 5 - Module 5 - Inverting amplifier and Non Inverting amplifier |

Link | NOC:Analog Circuits (2017) | Lecture 6 - Module 1 - Non Idealities in Op-AMP (Finite Gain, Finite Bandwidth and Slew Rate) |

Link | NOC:Analog Circuits (2017) | Lecture 7 - Module 2 - Non Idealities in Op-AMP (Offset Voltage and Bias Current) |

Link | NOC:Analog Circuits (2017) | Lecture 8 - Module 3 - Bode Plot |

Link | NOC:Analog Circuits (2017) | Lecture 9 - Module 4 - Frequency Response |

Link | NOC:Analog Circuits (2017) | Lecture 10 - Module 1 - Frequency Response (High Frequency Response) |

Link | NOC:Analog Circuits (2017) | Lecture 11 - Module 2 - Frequency Response example |

Link | NOC:Analog Circuits (2017) | Lecture 12 - Module 3 - Feedback |

Link | NOC:Analog Circuits (2017) | Lecture 13 - Module 4 - Effects of Feedback |

Link | NOC:Analog Circuits (2017) | Lecture 14 - Tutorial 1 and 2 |

Link | NOC:Analog Circuits (2017) | Lecture 15 - Module 1 - Effect of feedback and stability |

Link | NOC:Analog Circuits (2017) | Lecture 16 - Module 2 - Stability |

Link | NOC:Analog Circuits (2017) | Lecture 17 - Module 3 - Stability and pole location |

Link | NOC:Analog Circuits (2017) | Lecture 18 - Module 4 - Stability and Pole location continuation |

Link | NOC:Analog Circuits (2017) | Lecture 19 - Tutorial 3 |

Link | NOC:Analog Circuits (2017) | Lecture 20 - Module 1 - Gain Margin An example |

Link | NOC:Analog Circuits (2017) | Lecture 21 - Module 2 - Frequency Compensation |

Link | NOC:Analog Circuits (2017) | Lecture 22 - Module 3 - Filters |

Link | NOC:Analog Circuits (2017) | Lecture 23 - Module 4 - Filter prototypes |

Link | NOC:Analog Circuits (2017) | Lecture 24 - Tutorial 4 |

Link | NOC:Analog Circuits (2017) | Lecture 25 - Tutorial 5 |

Link | NOC:Analog Circuits (2017) | Lecture 26 - Tutorial 6 |

Link | NOC:Analog Circuits (2017) | Lecture 27 - Module 1 - Chebyshev Prototype, Filter transformation |

Link | NOC:Analog Circuits (2017) | Lecture 28 - Module 2 - Filter Transformations (Continued....) |

Link | NOC:Analog Circuits (2017) | Lecture 29 - Module 3 - Active Filters |

Link | NOC:Analog Circuits (2017) | Lecture 30 - Module 4 - Non Linear Applications of OPAMPS |

Link | NOC:Analog Circuits (2017) | Lecture 31 - Module 5 - Limiter, Diodes |

Link | NOC:Analog Circuits (2017) | Lecture 32 - Module 1 - Oscillators |

Link | NOC:Analog Circuits (2017) | Lecture 33 - Module 2 - Oscillator Amplitude Control , Quadrature Oscillator |

Link | NOC:Analog Circuits (2017) | Lecture 34 - Module 3 - Multivibators |

Link | NOC:Analog Circuits (2017) | Lecture 35 - Module 4 - Multivibrators (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Analog Circuits (2017) | Lecture 36 - Module 5 - Monostable Multivibator |

Link | NOC:Analog Circuits (2017) | Lecture 37 - Module 1 - Zener Effect, Rectifiers |

Link | NOC:Analog Circuits (2017) | Lecture 38 - Module 2 - Rectifiers |

Link | NOC:Analog Circuits (2017) | Lecture 39 - Module 3 - Clamper, Peak Rectifier, Super diodes |

Link | NOC:Analog Circuits (2017) | Lecture 40 - Module 4 - BJT DC Circuits |

Link | NOC:Analog Circuits (2017) | Lecture 41 - Module 5 - Current Mirror |

Link | NOC:Microwave Theory and Techniques | Lecture 1 - Microwave Theory and Techniques Introduction - I |

Link | NOC:Microwave Theory and Techniques | Lecture 2 - Microwave Theory and Techniques Introduction - II |

Link | NOC:Microwave Theory and Techniques | Lecture 3 - Microwave Theory and Techniques Introduction - III |

Link | NOC:Microwave Theory and Techniques | Lecture 4 - Effects of Microwaves on Human Body - I |

Link | NOC:Microwave Theory and Techniques | Lecture 5 - Effects of Microwaves on Human Body - II |

Link | NOC:Microwave Theory and Techniques | Lecture 6 - Waveguides - I: Parallel Plane Waveguides |

Link | NOC:Microwave Theory and Techniques | Lecture 7 - Waveguides - II: Parallel Plane Waveguides |

Link | NOC:Microwave Theory and Techniques | Lecture 8 - Waveguides - III: Rectangular Waveguides |

Link | NOC:Microwave Theory and Techniques | Lecture 9 - Transmission Lines - I: Coaxial Cables, Strip Lines and Microstrip Lines |

Link | NOC:Microwave Theory and Techniques | Lecture 10 - Transmission Lines - II: Transmission Line Model, Open and Short Circuited Lossless Transmission Lines |

Link | NOC:Microwave Theory and Techniques | Lecture 11 - Smith Chart and Impedance Matching - I: using Quarter Wave Transformer |

Link | NOC:Microwave Theory and Techniques | Lecture 12 - Smith Chart and Impedance Matching - II: using Lumped Components |

Link | NOC:Microwave Theory and Techniques | Lecture 13 - Smith Chart and Impedance Matching - III: using Short and Open Circuited Stubs |

Link | NOC:Microwave Theory and Techniques | Lecture 14 - ABCD - Parameters |

Link | NOC:Microwave Theory and Techniques | Lecture 15 - S - Parameters |

Link | NOC:Microwave Theory and Techniques | Lecture 16 - Power Dividers - I: Two-way, Three-way and Four-way Equal Power Dividers |

Link | NOC:Microwave Theory and Techniques | Lecture 17 - Power Dividers - II: Unequal, Broadband and Compact Power Dividers |

Link | NOC:Microwave Theory and Techniques | Lecture 18 - Microwave Couplers - I: Coupled Line Directional Couplers |

Link | NOC:Microwave Theory and Techniques | Lecture 19 - Microwave Couplers - II: Branch Line Couplers |

Link | NOC:Microwave Theory and Techniques | Lecture 20 - Microwave Couplers - III: Rat race Coupler and Applications |

Link | NOC:Microwave Theory and Techniques | Lecture 21 - Microwave Filters - I: Filters and Low Pass Butterworth Filter |

Link | NOC:Microwave Theory and Techniques | Lecture 22 - Microwave Filters - II: Low Pass Chebyshev Filters |

Link | NOC:Microwave Theory and Techniques | Lecture 23 - Microwave Filters - III: Microstrip Realization, Transformation from LPF to other Filters |

Link | NOC:Microwave Theory and Techniques | Lecture 24 - Microwave Filters - IV: Band Pass Filters |

Link | NOC:Microwave Theory and Techniques | Lecture 25 - Microwave Filters - V: Coupled Line and Tunable Band Pass Filters |

Link | NOC:Microwave Theory and Techniques | Lecture 26 - Microwave Diodes: PN Junction , Varactor, Schottky, PIN, Tunnel, and GUNN Diodes |

Link | NOC:Microwave Theory and Techniques | Lecture 27 - Microwave Attenuators: Fixed and Variable Attenuators |

Link | NOC:Microwave Theory and Techniques | Lecture 28 - Microwave RF Switches: Series and Shunt SPST |

Link | NOC:Microwave Theory and Techniques | Lecture 29 - Series and Shunt SPDT Switches and Introduction to Phase Shifters |

Link | NOC:Microwave Theory and Techniques | Lecture 30 - Microwave Phase Shifters: Switched and Loaded Line |

Link | NOC:Microwave Theory and Techniques | Lecture 31 - Microwave Transistors: BJT, HBT, JFET, MOSFET, MESFET and HEMT |

Link | NOC:Microwave Theory and Techniques | Lecture 32 - Microwave Amplifiers - I: Basics and Power Gain Expressions |

Link | NOC:Microwave Theory and Techniques | Lecture 33 - Microwave Amplifiers - II: Stability and Constant Gain Circles |

Link | NOC:Microwave Theory and Techniques | Lecture 34 - Microwave Amplifiers - III: Design Example |

Link | NOC:Microwave Theory and Techniques | Lecture 35 - Low Noise Amplifiers - I: Noise Sources and Noise Figure |

Link | NOC:Microwave Theory and Techniques | Lecture 36 - Low Noise Amplifiers - II: NF Circles and LNA Design |

Link | NOC:Microwave Theory and Techniques | Lecture 37 - Power Amplifiers |

Link | NOC:Microwave Theory and Techniques | Lecture 38 - Microwave Tubes - I : Linear Beam Tubes- Two Cavity Klystron |

Link | NOC:Microwave Theory and Techniques | Lecture 39 - Microwave Tubes - II: Linear Beam Tubes- Reflex Klystron and TWT |

Link | NOC:Microwave Theory and Techniques | Lecture 40 - Microwave Tubes - III: Crossed Field Tubes- Magnetron |

Link | NOC:Microwave Theory and Techniques | Lecture 41 - Microwave Oscillators - I |

Link | NOC:Microwave Theory and Techniques | Lecture 42 - Microwave Oscillators - II |

Link | NOC:Microwave Theory and Techniques | Lecture 43 - Microwave Mixers - I: Fundamentals |

Link | NOC:Microwave Theory and Techniques | Lecture 44 - Microwave Mixers - II: Circuits |

Link | NOC:Microwave Theory and Techniques | Lecture 45 - Microwave Mixers - III: Design |

Link | NOC:Microwave Theory and Techniques | Lecture 46 - Fundamentals of Antennas |

Link | NOC:Microwave Theory and Techniques | Lecture 47 - Dipole, Monopole, loop and Slot Antennas |

Link | NOC:Microwave Theory and Techniques | Lecture 48 - Linear and Planar Arrays |

Link | NOC:Microwave Theory and Techniques | Lecture 49 - Microstrip Antennas |

Link | NOC:Microwave Theory and Techniques | Lecture 50 - Horn and Helical Antennas |

Link | NOC:Microwave Theory and Techniques | Lecture 51 - Yagi - Uda, Log-Periodic and Reflector Antennas |

Link | NOC:Microwave Theory and Techniques | Lecture 52 - RF MEMS and Microwave Imaging |

Link | NOC:Microwave Theory and Techniques | Lecture 53 - Microwave Systems |

Link | NOC:Microwave Theory and Techniques | Lecture 54 - Microwave Measurements and Lab Demonstration |

Link | NOC:Microwave Theory and Techniques | Lecture 55 - CST Software Introduction with Filter Design |

Link | NOC:Microwave Theory and Techniques | Lecture 56 - Power Divider and Combiner Design in CST |

Link | NOC:Microwave Theory and Techniques | Lecture 57 - Hybrid Coupler Design |

Link | NOC:Microwave Theory and Techniques | Lecture 58 - Antenna Design and Amplifier Simulation in CST |

Link | NOC:Microwave Theory and Techniques | Lecture 59 - Mixer Design in NI AWR Software - I |

Link | NOC:Microwave Theory and Techniques | Lecture 60 - Mixer Design in NI AWR Software - II |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications | Lecture 1 - Course Overview |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications | Lecture 2 - Introduction to Information Theory |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications | Lecture 3 - Entropy and its properties |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications | Lecture 4 - Lossless Source Coding Theorem |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications | Lecture 5 - Prefix Codes and Kraft’s Inequality |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications | Lecture 6 - Huffman Coding |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications | Lecture 7 - Discrete Memory-less Channels : Mutual Information |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications | Lecture 8 - Channel Capacity - I |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications | Lecture 9 - Channel Capacity - II |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications | Lecture 10 - Channel Coding Theorem |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications | Lecture 11 - Differential Entropy - I |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications | Lecture 12 - Differential Entropy - II |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications | Lecture 13 - Channel Capacity - III |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications | Lecture 14 - Channel Capacity - IV |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications | Lecture 15 - Summary of Information Theory |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications | Lecture 16 - Signal Space Representations - I |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications | Lecture 17 - Signal Space Representations - II |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications | Lecture 18 - Vector Representation of a Random Process |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications | Lecture 19 - AWGN Vector Channel |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications | Lecture 20 - Basics of Signal Detection: ML,MAP Detection |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications | Lecture 21 - ML,MAP Detectors for AWGN Channel |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications | Lecture 22 - Optimal Receiver: Matched Filter |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications | Lecture 23 - Probability of error for Optimal Receiver |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications | Lecture 24 - Probability of Error for M-ary Scheme |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications | Lecture 25 - Pulse Code Modulation: Quantization |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications | Lecture 26 - Uniform Quantizer |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications | Lecture 27 - Step Size and Quantization Noise |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications | Lecture 28 - Non-uniform Quantizer (Lloyd-Max Quantizer) |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications | Lecture 29 - Companded Quantization - I |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications | Lecture 30 - Companded Quantization - II |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications | Lecture 31 - Differential Pulse Code Modulation DPCM - I |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications | Lecture 32 - DPCM-II (Linear Prediction) |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications | Lecture 33 - Delta Modulation |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications | Lecture 34 - M-ary PCM/PAM - I |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications | Lecture 35 - M-ary PCM/PAM - II |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications | Lecture 36 - Line Coding - I |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications | Lecture 37 - Line Coding - II |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications | Lecture 38 - Line Coding - III |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications | Lecture 39 - Pulse Shaping for Zero ISI - I |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications | Lecture 40 - Pulse Shaping for Zero ISI - II |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications | Lecture 41 - Pulse Shaping for Zero ISI - III |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications | Lecture 42 - Partial Response Signaling - I |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications | Lecture 43 - Partial Response Signaling - II |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications | Lecture 44 - Principle of Invariance of Probability of Error |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications | Lecture 45 - Binary ASK and PSK |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications | Lecture 46 - Binary Frequency Shift Keying - I |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications | Lecture 47 - Binary Frequency Shift Keying - II |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications | Lecture 48 - Quadrature Phase Shift Keying - I |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications | Lecture 49 - Quadrature Phase Shift Keying - II |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications | Lecture 50 - Quadrature Phase Shift Keying - III |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications | Lecture 51 - Continuous Phase Frequency Shift Keying |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications | Lecture 52 - Minimum Shift Keying - I |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications | Lecture 53 - Minimum Shift Keying - II |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications | Lecture 54 - M-ary Coherent ASK (M-ASK) |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications | Lecture 55 - M-ary PSK |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications | Lecture 56 - M-ary Quadrature Amplitude Modulation (M-QAM) |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications | Lecture 57 - M-ary FSK |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications | Lecture 58 - Comparison of M-ary Schemes |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications | Lecture 59 - Non-coherent BFSK |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications | Lecture 60 - Differential Phase Shift Keying |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications | Lecture 61 - Channel Coding - I |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications | Lecture 62 - Channel Coding - II |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications | Lecture 63 - Channel Coding - III |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications | Lecture 64 - Channel Coding: Hamming Codes |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications | Lecture 65 - Channel Coding: Decoding using Standard Arrays |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 1 - Familiarization with Power Electronic Systems |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 2 - Overview of Basic Power Electronic Circuits from Laymans Point of View |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 3 - Applications, Definitions, and Nature of Power Electronic Circuits |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 4 - Components of a Power Electronic System |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 5 - Analysis of Switched Networks |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 6 - Review of engineering maths for power electronic circuit analysis |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 7 - Review of semiconductor physics |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 8 - P-N Junction |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 9 - Power Diodes |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 10 - Thyristors |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 11 - Motivation for rectifier capacitor filter |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 12 - Circuit Operation |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 13 - Designing the circuit |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 14 - Simulation setup for NgSpice and gEDA schematic capture |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 15 - Simulating the circuit |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 16 - Practicals |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 17 - Inrush current limiting - Intro |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 18 - Inrush current limiting - Resistor solution |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 19 - Inrush current limiting - Thermistor solution |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 20 - Inrush current limiting - Transformer solution |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 21 - Inrush current limiting - MOSFET solution |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 22 - Inrush current limiting - Relay, contactor |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 23 - Three phase rectifier capacitor filter |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 24 - Simulation - 3 phase rectifier capacitor filter |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 25 - Power factor - Motivation |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 26 - Power factor - Discussion |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 27 - Power factor - Sinusoidal |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 28 - Power factor for rectifier cap filter |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 29 - Passive power improvement circuit |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 30 - Simulation - power factor improvement |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 31 - Linear regulators - Intro |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 32 - Shunt regulator |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 33 - Example on shunt regulator |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 34 - Non-ideality and solution |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 35 - Applications of shunt regulator |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 36 - Series regulator |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 37 - Efficiency of series |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 38 - Negative and dual voltage regulators |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 39 - Over current limiting circuits |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 40 - Improvements to series regulator |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 41 - Regulator performance parameters |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 42 - Datasheet of few IC regulators |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 43 - Common IC regulator circuits |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 44 - Practicals 1 |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 45 - Switched mode DC-DC converter intro |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 46 - Volt-sec and Amp-sec balance |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 47 - Input-output relationship |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 48 - Buck converter - operation and waveforms |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 49 - Buck converter - component selection |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 50 - Primary configurations |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 51 - Boost converter |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 52 - Buck-Boost converter |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 53 - Simulating the primary converters |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 54 - Forward converter |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 55 - Core reset in forward converter |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 56 - Simulating with lossy core reset |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 57 - Simulating with lossless core reset |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 58 - Flyback converter |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 59 - Simulating the flyback converter |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 60 - Octave mfile for design |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 61 - Magnetics design intro |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 62 - Magnetics review |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 63 - Permeance |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 64 - Inductor value and energy storage |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 65 - Inductor area product |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 66 - Inductor design |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 67 - Inductor example |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 68 - Transformer design |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 69 - Transformer example |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 70 - Forward converter design mfile |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 71 - Pushpull converter |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 72 - Flux walking in pushpull |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 73 - PWM generation |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 74 - Simulation of pushpull converter |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 75 - Half bridge converter |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 76 - Simulation of halfbridge converter |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 77 - Full bridge converter |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 78 - Simulation of fullbridge converter |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 79 - Area products and mfiles |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 80 - Intro for drive circuits |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 81 - BJT base drive |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 82 - BJT base drive example |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 83 - Multi-stage base drive |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 84 - Base drive with speed-up circuit |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 85 - Base drive with isolation |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 86 - MOSFET gate drive |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 87 - MOSFET drive with isolation |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 88 - Over-current protection |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 89 - Snubber circuits |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 90 - Intro for close loop control |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 91 - Close looping dc-dc converters |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 92 - Simulation of close loop control |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 93 - Current control for battery charger application |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 94 - Instability in current control and slope compensation |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 95 - Slope compensated current control |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 96 - Simulation of current control |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 97 - Single phase inverter with sinusoidal pwm |

Link | NOC:Fundamental of Power Electronics | Lecture 98 - Simulation of sinusoidal PWM |

Link | NOC:Electrical Equipment and Machines: Finite Element Analysis | Lecture 1 - Course Outline and Introduction |

Link | NOC:Electrical Equipment and Machines: Finite Element Analysis | Lecture 2 - Analytical and Numerical Methods |

Link | NOC:Electrical Equipment and Machines: Finite Element Analysis | Lecture 3 - Revisiting EM Concepts: Vector Algebra and Coordinate Systems |

Link | NOC:Electrical Equipment and Machines: Finite Element Analysis | Lecture 4 - Revisiting EM Concepts: Vector Calculus and Electrostatics |

Link | NOC:Electrical Equipment and Machines: Finite Element Analysis | Lecture 5 - Revisiting EM Concepts: Current Densities and Electric Fields in Materials |

Link | NOC:Electrical Equipment and Machines: Finite Element Analysis | Lecture 6 - Revisiting EM Concepts: Electrostatic Boundary Conditions and Shielding |

Link | NOC:Electrical Equipment and Machines: Finite Element Analysis | Lecture 7 - Revisiting EM Concepts: Magnetostatics |

Link | NOC:Electrical Equipment and Machines: Finite Element Analysis | Lecture 8 - Revisiting EM Concepts: Magnetic Forces and Materials |

Link | NOC:Electrical Equipment and Machines: Finite Element Analysis | Lecture 9 - Revisiting EM Concepts: Time Varying Fields |

Link | NOC:Electrical Equipment and Machines: Finite Element Analysis | Lecture 10 - Revisiting EM Concepts: Theory of Eddy Currents |

Link | NOC:Electrical Equipment and Machines: Finite Element Analysis | Lecture 11 - FEM: Variational Approach |

Link | NOC:Electrical Equipment and Machines: Finite Element Analysis | Lecture 12 - Finding Functional for PDEs |

Link | NOC:Electrical Equipment and Machines: Finite Element Analysis | Lecture 13 - Whole Domain Approximation |

Link | NOC:Electrical Equipment and Machines: Finite Element Analysis | Lecture 14 - 1D FEM: Problem Definition and Shape Function |

Link | NOC:Electrical Equipment and Machines: Finite Element Analysis | Lecture 15 - 1D FEM: Procedure |

Link | NOC:Electrical Equipment and Machines: Finite Element Analysis | Lecture 16 - 1D FEM: Scilab Code |

Link | NOC:Electrical Equipment and Machines: Finite Element Analysis | Lecture 17 - 2D FEM: Problem Definition and Shape Functions |

Link | NOC:Electrical Equipment and Machines: Finite Element Analysis | Lecture 18 - 2D FEM: Procedure |

Link | NOC:Electrical Equipment and Machines: Finite Element Analysis | Lecture 19 - 2D FEM Scilab Code: Manual Meshing |

Link | NOC:Electrical Equipment and Machines: Finite Element Analysis | Lecture 20 - 2D FEM Code: Gmsh and Scilab |

Link | NOC:Electrical Equipment and Machines: Finite Element Analysis | Lecture 21 - Computation of B and H Field and Method of Weighted Residuals |

Link | NOC:Electrical Equipment and Machines: Finite Element Analysis | Lecture 22 - Galerkin Method |

Link | NOC:Electrical Equipment and Machines: Finite Element Analysis | Lecture 23 - Calculation of Leakage Inductance of a Transformer |

Link | NOC:Electrical Equipment and Machines: Finite Element Analysis | Lecture 24 - Calculation of Inductance of an Induction Motor and a Gapped-Core Shunt Reactor |

Link | NOC:Electrical Equipment and Machines: Finite Element Analysis | Lecture 25 - Insulation Design Using FE Analysis |

Link | NOC:Electrical Equipment and Machines: Finite Element Analysis | Lecture 26 - Quadratic Finite Elements |

Link | NOC:Electrical Equipment and Machines: Finite Element Analysis | Lecture 27 - Time Harmonic FE Analysis |

Link | NOC:Electrical Equipment and Machines: Finite Element Analysis | Lecture 28 - Calculation of Eddy Current Losses |

Link | NOC:Electrical Equipment and Machines: Finite Element Analysis | Lecture 29 - Eddy Losses in Transformer Windings |

Link | NOC:Electrical Equipment and Machines: Finite Element Analysis | Lecture 30 - Torque Speed Characteristics of an Induction Motor and FE Analysis of Axisymmetric Problem |

Link | NOC:Electrical Equipment and Machines: Finite Element Analysis | Lecture 31 - Permanent Magnets: Theory |

Link | NOC:Electrical Equipment and Machines: Finite Element Analysis | Lecture 32 - Permanent Magnets: FEM Implementation |

Link | NOC:Electrical Equipment and Machines: Finite Element Analysis | Lecture 33 - Periodic and Antiperiodic Boundary Conditions in Rotating Machines |

Link | NOC:Electrical Equipment and Machines: Finite Element Analysis | Lecture 34 - FE Analysis of Rotating Machines |

Link | NOC:Electrical Equipment and Machines: Finite Element Analysis | Lecture 35 - Voltage Fed Coupled Circuit Field Analysis |

Link | NOC:Electrical Equipment and Machines: Finite Element Analysis | Lecture 36 - Current Fed Coupled Circuit Field Analysis |

Link | NOC:Electrical Equipment and Machines: Finite Element Analysis | Lecture 37 - Transient FE Analysis |

Link | NOC:Electrical Equipment and Machines: Finite Element Analysis | Lecture 38 - Nonlinear FE Analysis |

Link | NOC:Electrical Equipment and Machines: Finite Element Analysis | Lecture 39 - Computation of Forces using Maxwell Stress Tensor |

Link | NOC:Electrical Equipment and Machines: Finite Element Analysis | Lecture 40 - Computation of force using virtual work method |

Link | NOC:Digital Signal Processing and its Applications | Lecture 1 - Introduction: Digital signal processing and its objectives |

Link | NOC:Digital Signal Processing and its Applications | Lecture 2 - Introduction to sampling and Fourier Transform |

Link | NOC:Digital Signal Processing and its Applications | Lecture 3 - Sampling of sine wave and associate complication |

Link | NOC:Digital Signal Processing and its Applications | Lecture 4 - Review of Sampling Theorem |

Link | NOC:Digital Signal Processing and its Applications | Lecture 5 - Idealized Sampling, Reconstruction |

Link | NOC:Digital Signal Processing and its Applications | Lecture 6 - Filters And Discrete System |

Link | NOC:Digital Signal Processing and its Applications | Lecture 7 - Answering questions from previous lectures |

Link | NOC:Digital Signal Processing and its Applications | Lecture 8 - Desired requirements for discrete system |

Link | NOC:Digital Signal Processing and its Applications | Lecture 9 - Introduction to phasors |

Link | NOC:Digital Signal Processing and its Applications | Lecture 10 - Advantages of phasors in discrete systems |

Link | NOC:Digital Signal Processing and its Applications | Lecture 11 - What do we want from a discrete system? |

Link | NOC:Digital Signal Processing and its Applications | Lecture 12 - Linearity - Homogeneity and Additivity |

Link | NOC:Digital Signal Processing and its Applications | Lecture 13 - Shift Invariance and Characterization of LTI systems |

Link | NOC:Digital Signal Processing and its Applications | Lecture 14 - Characterization of LSI system using it’s impulse response |

Link | NOC:Digital Signal Processing and its Applications | Lecture 15 - Introduction to convolution |

Link | NOC:Digital Signal Processing and its Applications | Lecture 16 - Convolution: Deeper ideas and understanding |

Link | NOC:Digital Signal Processing and its Applications | Lecture 17 - Characterisation of LSI systems, Convolution-properties |

Link | NOC:Digital Signal Processing and its Applications | Lecture 18 - Response of LSI Systems to Complex Sinusoids |

Link | NOC:Digital Signal Processing and its Applications | Lecture 19 - Convergence of Convolution and Bibo Stability |

Link | NOC:Digital Signal Processing and its Applications | Lecture 20 - Commutativity and Associativity |

Link | NOC:Digital Signal Processing and its Applications | Lecture 21 - BIBO Stability of an LSI system |

Link | NOC:Digital Signal Processing and its Applications | Lecture 22 - Causality and memory of an LSI system |

Link | NOC:Digital Signal Processing and its Applications | Lecture 23 - Frequency response of an LSI system |

Link | NOC:Digital Signal Processing and its Applications | Lecture 24 - Introduction and conditions of Stability |

Link | NOC:Digital Signal Processing and its Applications | Lecture 25 - Vectors and Inner Product |

Link | NOC:Digital Signal Processing and its Applications | Lecture 26 - Interpretation of Frequency Response as Dot Product |

Link | NOC:Digital Signal Processing and its Applications | Lecture 27 - Interpretation of Frequency Response as Eigenvalues |

Link | NOC:Digital Signal Processing and its Applications | Lecture 28 - Discrete time fourier transform |

Link | NOC:Digital Signal Processing and its Applications | Lecture 29 - DTFT in LSI System and Convolution Theorem. |

Link | NOC:Digital Signal Processing and its Applications | Lecture 30 - Definitions of sequences and Properties of DTFT |

Link | NOC:Digital Signal Processing and its Applications | Lecture 31 - Introduction to DTFT, IDTFT |

Link | NOC:Digital Signal Processing and its Applications | Lecture 32 - Dual to convolution property |

Link | NOC:Digital Signal Processing and its Applications | Lecture 33 - Multiplication Property, Introduction to Parseval’s theorem |

Link | NOC:Digital Signal Processing and its Applications | Lecture 34 - Introduction and Property of DTFT |

Link | NOC:Digital Signal Processing and its Applications | Lecture 35 - Review of Inverse DTFT |

Link | NOC:Digital Signal Processing and its Applications | Lecture 36 - Parseval’s Theorem and energy and time spectral density |

Link | NOC:Digital Signal Processing and its Applications | Lecture 37 - Discussion on Unit Step |

Link | NOC:Digital Signal Processing and its Applications | Lecture 38 - Introduction to Z transform |

Link | NOC:Digital Signal Processing and its Applications | Lecture 39 - Example of Z transform |

Link | NOC:Digital Signal Processing and its Applications | Lecture 40 - Region of Convergence |

Link | NOC:Digital Signal Processing and its Applications | Lecture 41 - Properties of Z transform |

Link | NOC:Digital Signal Processing and its Applications | Lecture 42 - Z- Transform |

Link | NOC:Digital Signal Processing and its Applications | Lecture 43 - Rational System |

Link | NOC:Digital Signal Processing and its Applications | Lecture 44 - Introduction and Examples of Rational Z Transform and their Inverses |

Link | NOC:Digital Signal Processing and its Applications | Lecture 45 - Double Pole Examples and their Inverse Z Transform |

Link | NOC:Digital Signal Processing and its Applications | Lecture 46 - Partial Fraction Decomposition |

Link | NOC:Digital Signal Processing and its Applications | Lecture 47 - LSI System Examples |

Link | NOC:Digital Signal Processing and its Applications | Lecture 48 - Why are Rational Systems so important? |

Link | NOC:Digital Signal Processing and its Applications | Lecture 49 - Solving Linear constant coefficient difference equations which are valid over a finite range of time |

Link | NOC:Digital Signal Processing and its Applications | Lecture 50 - Introduction to Resonance in Rational Systems |

Link | NOC:Digital Signal Processing and its Applications | Lecture 51 - Characterization of Rational LSI system |

Link | NOC:Digital Signal Processing and its Applications | Lecture 52 - Causality and stability of the ROC of the system function |

Link | NOC:Digital Signal Processing and its Applications | Lecture 53 - Recap of Rational Systems and Discrete Time Filters |

Link | NOC:Digital Signal Processing and its Applications | Lecture 54 - Specifications for Filter Design |

Link | NOC:Digital Signal Processing and its Applications | Lecture 55 - Four Ideal Piecewise Constant Filters |

Link | NOC:Digital Signal Processing and its Applications | Lecture 56 - Important Characteristics Of Ideal Filters |

Link | NOC:Digital Signal Processing and its Applications | Lecture 57 - Synthesis of Discrete Time Filters, Realizable specifications |

Link | NOC:Digital Signal Processing and its Applications | Lecture 58 - Realistic Specifications for low pass filter. Filter Design Process |

Link | NOC:Digital Signal Processing and its Applications | Lecture 59 - Introduction to Filter Design. Analog IIR Filter,FIR discrete-time filter, IIR discrete-time filter |

Link | NOC:Digital Signal Processing and its Applications | Lecture 60 - Analog to discrete transform |

Link | NOC:Digital Signal Processing and its Applications | Lecture 61 - Intuitive transforms, Bilinear Transformation |

Link | NOC:Digital Signal Processing and its Applications | Lecture 62 - Steps for IIR filter design |

Link | NOC:Digital Signal Processing and its Applications | Lecture 63 - Analog filter design using Butterworth Approximation |

Link | NOC:Digital Signal Processing and its Applications | Lecture 64 - Butterworth filter Derivation And Analysis of butterworth system function |

Link | NOC:Digital Signal Processing and its Applications | Lecture 65 - Chebychev filter Derivation |

Link | NOC:Digital Signal Processing and its Applications | Lecture 66 - Midsem paper review discussion |

Link | NOC:Digital Signal Processing and its Applications | Lecture 67 - The Chebyschev Approximation |

Link | NOC:Digital Signal Processing and its Applications | Lecture 68 - Next step in design: Obtain poles |

Link | NOC:Digital Signal Processing and its Applications | Lecture 69 - Introduction to Frequency Transformations in the Analog Domain |

Link | NOC:Digital Signal Processing and its Applications | Lecture 70 - High pass transformation |

Link | NOC:Digital Signal Processing and its Applications | Lecture 71 - Band pass transformation |

Link | NOC:Digital Signal Processing and its Applications | Lecture 72 - Frequency Transformation |

Link | NOC:Digital Signal Processing and its Applications | Lecture 73 - Different types of filters |

Link | NOC:Digital Signal Processing and its Applications | Lecture 74 - Impulse invariant method and ideal impulse response |

Link | NOC:Digital Signal Processing and its Applications | Lecture 75 - Design of FIR of length (2N+1) by the truncation method,Plotting the function V(w) |

Link | NOC:Digital Signal Processing and its Applications | Lecture 76 - IIR filter using rectangular window, IIR filter using triangular window |

Link | NOC:Digital Signal Processing and its Applications | Lecture 77 - Proof that frequency response of an fir filter using rectangular window function centred at 0 is real |

Link | NOC:Digital Signal Processing and its Applications | Lecture 78 - Introduction to window functions |

Link | NOC:Digital Signal Processing and its Applications | Lecture 79 - Examples of window functions |

Link | NOC:Digital Signal Processing and its Applications | Lecture 80 - Explanation of Gibb’s Phenomenon and it’s application |

Link | NOC:Digital Signal Processing and its Applications | Lecture 81 - Comparison of FIR And IIR Filter’s |

Link | NOC:Digital Signal Processing and its Applications | Lecture 82 - Comparison of FIR And IIR Filter’s |

Link | NOC:Digital Signal Processing and its Applications | Lecture 83 - Comparison of FIR And IIR Filter’s |

Link | NOC:Digital Signal Processing and its Applications | Lecture 84 - Introduction and approach to realization (causal rational system) |

Link | NOC:Digital Signal Processing and its Applications | Lecture 85 - Comprehension of Signal Flow Graphs and Achievement of Pseudo Assembly Language Code |

Link | NOC:Digital Signal Processing and its Applications | Lecture 86 - Introduction to IIR Filter Realization and Cascade Structure |

Link | NOC:Digital Signal Processing and its Applications | Lecture 87 - Cascade Parallel Structure |

Link | NOC:Digital Signal Processing and its Applications | Lecture 88 - Lattice Structure |

Link | NOC:Digital Signal Processing and its Applications | Lecture 89 - Recap And Review of Lattice Structure, Realization of FIR Function |

Link | NOC:Digital Signal Processing and its Applications | Lecture 90 - Backward recursion, Change in the recursive equation of lattice |

Link | NOC:Digital Signal Processing and its Applications | Lecture 91 - Lattice structure for an arbitrary rational system |

Link | NOC:Digital Signal Processing and its Applications | Lecture 92 - Example realization of lattice structure for rational system |

Link | NOC:Digital Signal Processing and its Applications | Lecture 93 - Introductory Remarks of Discrete Fourier Transform and Frequency Domain Sampling |

Link | NOC:Digital Signal Processing and its Applications | Lecture 94 - Principle of Duality, The Circular Convolution |

Link | NOC:Stochastic Control and Communication | Lecture 1 - Decision Making under Uncertainty |

Link | NOC:Stochastic Control and Communication | Lecture 2 - Expected Utility Theory - I |

Link | NOC:Stochastic Control and Communication | Lecture 3 - Expected Utility Theory - II |

Link | NOC:Stochastic Control and Communication | Lecture 4 - Expected Utility Theory - III |

Link | NOC:Stochastic Control and Communication | Lecture 5 - Role of Information in Decision Making |

Link | NOC:Stochastic Control and Communication | Lecture 6 - State Space Modelling of Sequential Decision Making, Example of Inventory Control |

Link | NOC:Stochastic Control and Communication | Lecture 7 - Inventory Control Problem (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Stochastic Control and Communication | Lecture 8 - Policy-A Closed Loop Solution to Stochastic Control Problem |

Link | NOC:Stochastic Control and Communication | Lecture 9 - Introduction to Markov Decision Processes (MDP) |

Link | NOC:Stochastic Control and Communication | Lecture 10 - Types of Policy in MDP |

Link | NOC:Stochastic Control and Communication | Lecture 11 - Interpreting randomised decision rules |

Link | NOC:Stochastic Control and Communication | Lecture 12 - Stationary Transition Probability: State Diagram Representation and example of Markov policies |

Link | NOC:Stochastic Control and Communication | Lecture 13 - Example of History Dependent Policies |

Link | NOC:Stochastic Control and Communication | Lecture 14 - Complexity of the problem using brute force approach |

Link | NOC:Stochastic Control and Communication | Lecture 15 - Principle of Optimality |

Link | NOC:Stochastic Control and Communication | Lecture 16 - Dynamic Programming Algorithm |

Link | NOC:Stochastic Control and Communication | Lecture 17 - DP Algo applied to Inventory Control Problem |

Link | NOC:Stochastic Control and Communication | Lecture 18 - DP Algo applied to Inventory Control Problem (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Stochastic Control and Communication | Lecture 19 - DP Algo applied to Inventory Control Problem (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Stochastic Control and Communication | Lecture 20 - Optimal Stopping Problem |

Link | NOC:Stochastic Control and Communication | Lecture 21 - Optimal Stopping Example: Secretary Problem |

Link | NOC:Stochastic Control and Communication | Lecture 22 - Optimal Stopping Example: Secretary Problem (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Stochastic Control and Communication | Lecture 23 - Optimal Stopping Example: Secretary Problem (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Stochastic Control and Communication | Lecture 24 - Linear System Quadratic Cost Problem |

Link | NOC:Stochastic Control and Communication | Lecture 25 - Linear System Quadratic Cost Problem (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Stochastic Control and Communication | Lecture 26 - Solving it via DP algorithm (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Stochastic Control and Communication | Lecture 27 - Equivalence between Optimal HR Policyand optimal Markov Deterministic Policy |

Link | NOC:Stochastic Control and Communication | Lecture 28 - Stochastic Control under incomplete state information |

Link | NOC:Stochastic Control and Communication | Lecture 29 - Stochastic Control under incomplete state information (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Stochastic Control and Communication | Lecture 30 - Stochastic Control under incomplete state information: Example |

Link | NOC:Stochastic Control and Communication | Lecture 31 - Stochastic Control under incomplete state information: Example (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Stochastic Control and Communication | Lecture 32 - Stochastic Control under incomplete state information: Example (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Stochastic Control and Communication | Lecture 33 - Stochastic Control under incomplete state information: Example (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Stochastic Control and Communication | Lecture 34 - LQ systems with Imperfect Information - I |

Link | NOC:Stochastic Control and Communication | Lecture 35 - LQ systems with Imperfect Information - II |

Link | NOC:Stochastic Control and Communication | Lecture 36 - LQ systems with Imperfect Information - III |

Link | NOC:Stochastic Control and Communication | Lecture 37 - LQ systems with Imperfect Information - IV |

Link | NOC:Stochastic Control and Communication | Lecture 38 - Filtering - I |

Link | NOC:Stochastic Control and Communication | Lecture 39 - Filtering - II |

Link | NOC:Stochastic Control and Communication | Lecture 40 - Kalman Filtering - I |

Link | NOC:Stochastic Control and Communication | Lecture 41 - Kalman Filtering - II |

Link | NOC:Stochastic Control and Communication | Lecture 42 - Kalman Filtering - III |

Link | NOC:Stochastic Control and Communication | Lecture 43 - Belief State Formulation - I |

Link | NOC:Stochastic Control and Communication | Lecture 44 - Belief State Formulation - II |

Link | NOC:Stochastic Control and Communication | Lecture 45 - Information Structures - I |

Link | NOC:Stochastic Control and Communication | Lecture 46 - Information Structures - II |

Link | NOC:Stochastic Control and Communication | Lecture 47 - Witsenhausen Problem - I |

Link | NOC:Stochastic Control and Communication | Lecture 48 - Witsenhausen Problem - II |

Link | NOC:Stochastic Control and Communication | Lecture 49 - Witsenhausen Problem - III |

Link | NOC:Stochastic Control and Communication | Lecture 50 - Witsenhausen Problem - IV |

Link | NOC:Stochastic Control and Communication | Lecture 51 - Witsenhausen Problem - V |

Link | NOC:Stochastic Control and Communication | Lecture 52 - Witsenhausen Problem - VI |

Link | NOC:Stochastic Control and Communication | Lecture 53 - Witsenhausen Problem - VII |

Link | NOC:Stochastic Control and Communication | Lecture 54 - Team Decision Theory - I |

Link | NOC:Stochastic Control and Communication | Lecture 55 - Team Decision Theory - II |

Link | NOC:Stochastic Control and Communication | Lecture 56 - Team Decision Theory - III |

Link | NOC:Stochastic Control and Communication | Lecture 57 - Team Decision Theory - IV |

Link | NOC:Stochastic Control and Communication | Lecture 58 - Team Decision Theory - V |

Link | NOC:Stochastic Control and Communication | Lecture 59 - Team Decision Theory - VI |

Link | NOC:Stochastic Control and Communication | Lecture 60 - Team Decision Theory - VII |

Link | NOC:Stochastic Control and Communication | Lecture 61 - Communication Theory - I |

Link | NOC:Stochastic Control and Communication | Lecture 62 - Communication Theory - II |

Link | NOC:Stochastic Control and Communication | Lecture 63 - Communication Theory - III |

Link | NOC:Stochastic Control and Communication | Lecture 64 - Communication Theory - IV |

Link | NOC:Stochastic Control and Communication | Lecture 65 - Communication Theory - V |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra (2024) | Lecture 1 - Introduction - Part A |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra (2024) | Lecture 2 - Introduction - Part B |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra (2024) | Lecture 3 - Introduction - Part C |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra (2024) | Lecture 4 - Equivalent Systems - Part A |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra (2024) | Lecture 5 - Equivalent Systems - Part B |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra (2024) | Lecture 6 - Equivalent Systems - Part C |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra (2024) | Lecture 7 - Solution of Ax = b - Part A |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra (2024) | Lecture 8 - Solution of Ax = b - Part B |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra (2024) | Lecture 9 - Solution of Ax = b - Part C |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra (2024) | Lecture 10 - Rings, Integral Domains and Fields - Part A |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra (2024) | Lecture 11 - Rings, Integral Domains and Fields - Part B |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra (2024) | Lecture 12 - Rings, Integral Domains and Fields - Part C |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra (2024) | Lecture 13 - Vector Spaces and Subspaces - Part A |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra (2024) | Lecture 14 - Vector Spaces and Subspaces - Part B |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra (2024) | Lecture 15 - Vector Spaces and Subspaces - Part C |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra (2024) | Lecture 16 - Unions, Intersection, Sums of Subspaces - Part A |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra (2024) | Lecture 17 - Unions, Intersection, Sums of Subspaces - Part B |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra (2024) | Lecture 18 - Generating sets, Linear independence and basis - Part A |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra (2024) | Lecture 19 - Generating sets, Linear independence and basis - Part B |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra (2024) | Lecture 20 - Generating sets, Linear independence and basis - Part C |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra (2024) | Lecture 21 - Ordered basis and co-ordinates - Part A |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra (2024) | Lecture 22 - Ordered basis and co-ordinates - Part B |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra (2024) | Lecture 23 - Ordered basis and co-ordinates - Part C |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra (2024) | Lecture 24 - Rank-Nullity Theorem (Matrices) - Part A |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra (2024) | Lecture 25 - Rank-Nullity Theorem (Matrices) - Part B |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra (2024) | Lecture 26 - Rank-Nullity Theorem (Matrices) - Part C |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra (2024) | Lecture 27 - Rank-Nullity Theorem (Linear Transformation) - Part A |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra (2024) | Lecture 28 - Rank-Nullity Theorem (Linear Transformation) - Part B |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra (2024) | Lecture 29 - Rank-Nullity Theorem (Linear Transformation) - Part C |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra (2024) | Lecture 30 - Isomorphism and Inverses - Part A |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra (2024) | Lecture 31 - Isomorphism and Inverses - Part B |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra (2024) | Lecture 32 - Isomorphism and Inverses - Part C |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra (2024) | Lecture 33 - Dual Basis and Annihilator - Part A |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra (2024) | Lecture 34 - Dual Basis and Annihilator - Part B |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra (2024) | Lecture 35 - Dual Basis and Annihilator - Part C |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra (2024) | Lecture 36 - Dual maps and double dual - Part A |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra (2024) | Lecture 37 - Dual maps and double dual - Part B |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra (2024) | Lecture 38 - Dual maps and double dual - Part C |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra (2024) | Lecture 39 - Quotient spaces and quotient map - Part A |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra (2024) | Lecture 40 - Quotient spaces and quotient map - Part B |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra (2024) | Lecture 41 - Quotient spaces and quotient map - Part C |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra (2024) | Lecture 42 - Inner Product Spaces - Part A |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra (2024) | Lecture 43 - Inner Product Spaces - Part B |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra (2024) | Lecture 44 - Inner Product Spaces - Part C |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra (2024) | Lecture 45 - Gram Schmidt Procedure - Part A |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra (2024) | Lecture 46 - Gram Schmidt Procedure - Part B |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra (2024) | Lecture 47 - Gram Schmidt Procedure - Part C |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra (2024) | Lecture 48 - Best Approximation of a Vector - Part A |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra (2024) | Lecture 49 - Best Approximation of a Vector - Part B |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra (2024) | Lecture 50 - Best Approximation of a Vector - Part C |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra (2024) | Lecture 51 - Projection map and summary of Ax = b - Part A |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra (2024) | Lecture 52 - Projection map and summary of Ax = b - Part B |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra (2024) | Lecture 53 - Projection map and summary of Ax = b - Part C |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra (2024) | Lecture 54 - Linear Differential Equations - Part A |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra (2024) | Lecture 55 - Linear Differential Equations - Part B |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra (2024) | Lecture 56 - Introduction to Eigen values and Eigen vectors - Part A |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra (2024) | Lecture 57 - Introduction to Eigen values and Eigen vectors - Part B |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra (2024) | Lecture 58 - Introduction to Eigen values and Eigen vectors - Part C |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra (2024) | Lecture 59 - Singular Value Decomposition - Part A |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra (2024) | Lecture 60 - Singular Value Decomposition - Part B |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra (2024) | Lecture 61 - Singular Value Decomposition - Part C |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra (2024) | Lecture 62 - Algebraic and geometric multiplicities - Part A |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra (2024) | Lecture 63 - Algebraic and geometric multiplicities - Part B |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra (2024) | Lecture 64 - A-Invariant Subspaces - Part A |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra (2024) | Lecture 65 - A-Invariant Subspaces - Part B |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra (2024) | Lecture 66 - A-Invariant Subspaces - Part C |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra (2024) | Lecture 67 - Minimal Polynomial-I - Part A |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra (2024) | Lecture 68 - Minimal Polynomial-I - Part B |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra (2024) | Lecture 69 - Minimal Polynomial-I - Part C |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra (2024) | Lecture 70 - Minimal Polynomial-I - Part D |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra (2024) | Lecture 71 - Minimal Polynomial-II - Part A |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra (2024) | Lecture 72 - Minimal Polynomial-II - Part B |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra (2024) | Lecture 73 - Minimal Polynomial-II - Part C |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra (2024) | Lecture 74 - Minimal Polynomial-II - Part D |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra (2024) | Lecture 75 - Cayley Hamilton Theorem - Part A |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra (2024) | Lecture 76 - Cayley Hamilton Theorem - Part B |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra (2024) | Lecture 77 - Cayley Hamilton Theorem - Part C |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra (2024) | Lecture 78 - Jordan Canonical Form - Part A |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra (2024) | Lecture 79 - Jordan Canonical Form - Part B |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra (2024) | Lecture 80 - Jordan Canonical Form - Part C |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra (2024) | Lecture 81 - Algebraic Graph Theory and Consensus - Part A |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra (2024) | Lecture 82 - Algebraic Graph Theory and Consensus - Part B |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra (2024) | Lecture 83 - Algebraic Graph Theory and Consensus - Part C |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra (2024) | Lecture 84 - Positive Matrices and Leontieff's Model - Part A |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra (2024) | Lecture 85 - Positive Matrices and Leontieff's Model - Part B |

Link | NOC:Digital Communication using GNU Radio | Lecture 1 - Introduction to Digital Communication |

Link | NOC:Digital Communication using GNU Radio | Lecture 2 - Understanding GNU Radio features for Digital Communication: Basic blocks, input and output |

Link | NOC:Digital Communication using GNU Radio | Lecture 3 - Understanding GNU Radio features for Digital Communication: Advanced blocks, hardware interfacing |

Link | NOC:Digital Communication using GNU Radio | Lecture 4 - Fundamentals of Digital Communication: Signal Processing methods, vectors, and relevant GNU Radio Examples - Part 1 |

Link | NOC:Digital Communication using GNU Radio | Lecture 5 - Fundamentals of Digital Communication: Signal Processing methods, vectors, and relevant GNU Radio Examples - Part 2 |

Link | NOC:Digital Communication using GNU Radio | Lecture 6 - Complex Baseband Signal Representation |

Link | NOC:Digital Communication using GNU Radio | Lecture 7 - Real Passband Signal Representation, Up and Down Conversion of Complex Baseband Signals |

Link | NOC:Digital Communication using GNU Radio | Lecture 8 - Random Variables and Random Processes |

Link | NOC:Digital Communication using GNU Radio | Lecture 9 - Fundamentals of Digital Modulation |

Link | NOC:Digital Communication using GNU Radio | Lecture 10 - Linear Modulation Methods: Amplitude Shift Keying (ASK) |

Link | NOC:Digital Communication using GNU Radio | Lecture 11 - Linear Modulation Methods: Phase Shift Keying (PSK) |

Link | NOC:Digital Communication using GNU Radio | Lecture 12 - Linear Modulation Methods: Quadrature Amplitude Modulation (QAM) and Frequency Shift Keying (FSK) |

Link | NOC:Digital Communication using GNU Radio | Lecture 13 - Pulse Shaping for ISI Free Signaling |

Link | NOC:Digital Communication using GNU Radio | Lecture 14 - ASK using Raised Cosine (RC) and Root-Raised Cosine (RRC) Pulse Shaping |

Link | NOC:Digital Communication using GNU Radio | Lecture 15 - Basics of Detection: Properties of Gaussian Random Variables |

Link | NOC:Digital Communication using GNU Radio | Lecture 16 - Basics of Detection: Gaussian Random Vectors and Hypothesis Testing |

Link | NOC:Digital Communication using GNU Radio | Lecture 17 - Optimal Receivers for M-ary Signaling |

Link | NOC:Digital Communication using GNU Radio | Lecture 18 - Gram-Schmidt Orthogonalisation |

Link | NOC:Digital Communication using GNU Radio | Lecture 19 - Optimal Reception of M-ary Signals in AWGN |

Link | NOC:Digital Communication using GNU Radio | Lecture 20 - Detection and Optimal Decision for On-Off Signaling in AWGN Channel |

Link | NOC:Digital Communication using GNU Radio | Lecture 21 - Detection and Optimal Decision for M-ary Signaling |

Link | NOC:Digital Communication using GNU Radio | Lecture 22 - Python for GNU Radio |

Link | NOC:Digital Communication using GNU Radio | Lecture 23 - Extending GNU Radio Features using Python |

Link | NOC:Digital Communication using GNU Radio | Lecture 24 - Constructing and Visualising Constellations using GNU Radio |

Link | NOC:Digital Communication using GNU Radio | Lecture 25 - Understanding matched filtering using GNU Radio |

Link | NOC:Digital Communication using GNU Radio | Lecture 26 - Histograms in GNU Radio |

Link | NOC:Digital Communication using GNU Radio | Lecture 27 - Visualising Symbol Error Rate in GNU Radio |

Link | NOC:Digital Communication using GNU Radio | Lecture 28 - Signal-to-Noise Ratio and Symbol Error Probability - Part 1 |

Link | NOC:Digital Communication using GNU Radio | Lecture 29 - Signal-to-Noise Ratio and Symbol Error Probability - Part 2 |

Link | NOC:Digital Communication using GNU Radio | Lecture 30 - Symbol error rate and Bit error rate |

Link | NOC:Digital Communication using GNU Radio | Lecture 31 - Computing bit error rates in GNU Radio |

Link | NOC:Digital Communication using GNU Radio | Lecture 32 - End-to-end Digital Communication System Simulation in GNU Radio |

Link | NOC:Digital Communication using GNU Radio | Lecture 33 - Parameter Estimation for Practical Receivers - Part 1 |

Link | NOC:Digital Communication using GNU Radio | Lecture 34 - Parameter Estimation for Practical Receivers - Part 2 |

Link | NOC:Digital Communication using GNU Radio | Lecture 35 - Phase Locked Loop and Differential Modulation |

Link | NOC:Digital Communication using GNU Radio | Lecture 36 - Maximum Likelihood delay estimate for a single symbol in GNU Radio |

Link | NOC:Digital Communication using GNU Radio | Lecture 37 - Maximum Likelihood delay estimate for multiple symbols in GNU Radio |

Link | NOC:Digital Communication using GNU Radio | Lecture 38 - Phase offse estimation in GNU Radio |

Link | NOC:Digital Communication using GNU Radio | Lecture 39 - Phase Locked Loop in GNU Radio |

Link | NOC:Digital Communication using GNU Radio | Lecture 40 - Costas Loop and Differential PSK in GNU Radio |

Link | NOC:Digital Communication using GNU Radio | Lecture 41 - Channel Equalisation |

Link | NOC:Digital Communication using GNU Radio | Lecture 42 - Detection Strategy for Dispersive Channels |

Link | NOC:Digital Communication using GNU Radio | Lecture 43 - Maximum Likelihood sequence estimation: Viterbi Algorithm |

Link | NOC:Digital Communication using GNU Radio | Lecture 44 - Suboptimal Channel Equalisation: Zero-forcing Receiver |

Link | NOC:Digital Communication using GNU Radio | Lecture 45 - Zero forcing Receiver in GNU Radio |

Link | NOC:Digital Communication using GNU Radio | Lecture 46 - Suboptimal Channel Equalisation: Linear Minimum mean-square error receiver |

Link | NOC:Digital Communication using GNU Radio | Lecture 47 - LMMSE Receiver in GNU Radio |

Link | NOC:Digital Communication using GNU Radio | Lecture 48 - Parallelising Frequency Selective Channels |

Link | NOC:Digital Communication using GNU Radio | Lecture 49 - Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (OFDM) |

Link | NOC:Digital Communication using GNU Radio | Lecture 50 - OFDM in the prescence of dispersive channels |

Link | NOC:Digital Communication using GNU Radio | Lecture 51 - Equalisation using OFDM in GNU Radio |

Link | NOC:Digital Communication using GNU Radio | Lecture 52 - Error Control Coding: Parity Check Codes |

Link | NOC:Digital Communication using GNU Radio | Lecture 53 - Error Control Coding: Repetition Codes |

Link | NOC:Digital Communication using GNU Radio | Lecture 54 - Error Control Coding: Linear Block Codes |

Link | NOC:Digital Communication using GNU Radio | Lecture 55 - Repetition Codes in GNU Radio |

Link | NOC:Digital Communication using GNU Radio | Lecture 56 - Error Control Coding: Perfect Codes |

Link | NOC:Digital Communication using GNU Radio | Lecture 57 - Error Control Coding: Hamming Codes |

Link | NOC:Digital Communication using GNU Radio | Lecture 58 - (7,4) Hamming Code in GNU Radio |

Link | NOC:Digital Communication using GNU Radio | Lecture 59 - Rate and error-free Communication |

Link | NOC:Digital Communication using GNU Radio | Lecture 60 - Quantisation |

Link | NOC:Digital Communication using GNU Radio | Lecture 61 - Visualising Quantisation in GNU Radio |

Link | NOC:Digital Communication using GNU Radio | Lecture 62 - Course Summary |

Link | Circuit Theory | Lecture 1 - Review of Signals and Systems |

Link | Circuit Theory | Lecture 2 - Review of Signals and Systems |

Link | Circuit Theory | Lecture 3 - Network Equations; Initial and Final Conditions |

Link | Circuit Theory | Lecture 4 - Problem Session 1 |

Link | Circuit Theory | Lecture 5 - Step, Impulse and Complete Responses |

Link | Circuit Theory | Lecture 6 - 2nd Order Circuits:Magnetically Coupled Circuits |

Link | Circuit Theory | Lecture 7 - Transformer Transform Domain Analysis |

Link | Circuit Theory | Lecture 8 - Problem Session 2 : Step,Impulse |

Link | Circuit Theory | Lecture 9 - Network Theorems and Network Functions |

Link | Circuit Theory | Lecture 10 - Network Functions (Continued.) |

Link | Circuit Theory | Lecture 11 - Amplitude and Phase of Network Functions |

Link | Circuit Theory | Lecture 12 - Problem Session 3 : Network Theorems Transform |

Link | Circuit Theory | Lecture 13 - Poles, Zeros and Network Response |

Link | Circuit Theory | Lecture 14 - Single Tuned Circuits |

Link | Circuit Theory | Lecture 15 - Single Tuned Circuits (Continued.) |

Link | Circuit Theory | Lecture 16 - Double Tuned Circuits |

Link | Circuit Theory | Lecture 17 - Double Tuned Circuits (Continued.) |

Link | Circuit Theory | Lecture 18 - Problem Session 4 : Network Functions, Analysis |

Link | Circuit Theory | Lecture 19 - Double Tuned Circuits (Continued.) |

Link | Circuit Theory | Lecture 20 - Concept of Delay and Introduction |

Link | Circuit Theory | Lecture 21 - Two-port Networks (Continued.) |

Link | Circuit Theory | Lecture 22 - Problem Session 5 |

Link | Circuit Theory | Lecture 23 - Minor - 1 |

Link | Circuit Theory | Lecture 24 - The Hybrid & Transmission Parameters of 2 ports |

Link | Circuit Theory | Lecture 25 - Problem Session 6 : Two - port networks |

Link | Circuit Theory | Lecture 26 - Two - port Network parameters |

Link | Circuit Theory | Lecture 27 - Two-port Interconnections |

Link | Circuit Theory | Lecture 28 - Interconnection of Two-port Networks (Continued.) |

Link | Circuit Theory | Lecture 29 - Problem Session 7 : Two-port Networks (Continued.) |

Link | Circuit Theory | Lecture 30 - Scattering Matrix |

Link | Circuit Theory | Lecture 31 - Scattering Parameters of a Two-port |

Link | Circuit Theory | Lecture 32 - Problem Session 8 : Two- port Parameters |

Link | Circuit Theory | Lecture 33 - Solutions of Minor - 2 Problems |

Link | Circuit Theory | Lecture 34 - Insertion Loss |

Link | Circuit Theory | Lecture 35 - Example of Insertion Loss and Elements |

Link | Circuit Theory | Lecture 36 - Elements of Realizability Theory (Continued.) |

Link | Circuit Theory | Lecture 37 - Positive Real Functions |

Link | Circuit Theory | Lecture 38 - Testing of Positive Real Functions |

Link | Circuit Theory | Lecture 39 - Problem Session 9 |

Link | Circuit Theory | Lecture 40 - More on PRF's and their Synthesis |

Link | Circuit Theory | Lecture 41 - LC Driving Point Functions |

Link | Circuit Theory | Lecture 42 - LC Driving Point Synthesis (Continued.) |

Link | Circuit Theory | Lecture 43 - RC and RL Driving Point Synthesis |

Link | Circuit Theory | Lecture 44 - Problem Session 10 : LC Driving Point Synthesis |

Link | Circuit Theory | Lecture 45 - RC & RL One-port Synthesis (Continued.) |

Link | Circuit Theory | Lecture 46 - Elementary RLC One-port Synthesis |

Link | Circuit Theory | Lecture 47 - Properties and Synthesis of Transfer Parameters |

Link | Circuit Theory | Lecture 48 - Resistance Terminated LC Ladder |

Link | Circuit Theory | Lecture 49 - Resistance Terminated LC Ladder (Continued.) |

Link | Circuit Theory | Lecture 50 - Problem session 11: Two-port Synthesis |

Link | Circuit Theory | Lecture 51 - Network Transmission Criteria |

Link | Control Engineering (Prof. M. Gopal) | Lecture 1 - Introduction to control problem |

Link | Control Engineering (Prof. M. Gopal) | Lecture 2 - Basic Feedback Structure |

Link | Control Engineering (Prof. M. Gopal) | Lecture 3 - Introduction to Control Problem (Continued.) |

Link | Control Engineering (Prof. M. Gopal) | Lecture 4 - Dynamic Systems and Dynamic Response |

Link | Control Engineering (Prof. M. Gopal) | Lecture 5 - Dynamic Systems and Dynamic Response (Continued.) |

Link | Control Engineering (Prof. M. Gopal) | Lecture 6 - Dynamic Systems and Dynamic Response (Continued.) |

Link | Control Engineering (Prof. M. Gopal) | Lecture 7 - Dynamic Systems and Dynamic Response (Continued.) |

Link | Control Engineering (Prof. M. Gopal) | Lecture 8 - Dynamic Systems and Dynamic Response (Continued.) |

Link | Control Engineering (Prof. M. Gopal) | Lecture 9 - Dynamic Systems and Dynamic Response (Continued.) |

Link | Control Engineering (Prof. M. Gopal) | Lecture 10 - Models of Industrial Control Devices and Systems |

Link | Control Engineering (Prof. M. Gopal) | Lecture 11 - Models of Industrial Control Devices and Systems (Continued.) |

Link | Control Engineering (Prof. M. Gopal) | Lecture 12 - Models of Industrial Control Devices and Systems( Continued.) |

Link | Control Engineering (Prof. M. Gopal) | Lecture 13 - Models of Industrial Control Devices and Systems( Continued.) |

Link | Control Engineering (Prof. M. Gopal) | Lecture 14 - Models of Industrial Control Devices and Systems( Continued.) |

Link | Control Engineering (Prof. M. Gopal) | Lecture 15 - Models of Industrial Control Devices and Systems( Continued.) |

Link | Control Engineering (Prof. M. Gopal) | Lecture 16 - Models of Industrial Control Devices and Systems (Continued.) |

Link | Control Engineering (Prof. M. Gopal) | Lecture 17 - Models of Industrial Control Devices and Systems (Continued.) |

Link | Control Engineering (Prof. M. Gopal) | Lecture 18 - Models of Industrial Control Devices and Systems (Continued.) |

Link | Control Engineering (Prof. M. Gopal) | Lecture 19 - Basic Principles of Feedback Control |

Link | Control Engineering (Prof. M. Gopal) | Lecture 20 - Basic Principles of Feedback Control (Continued.) |

Link | Control Engineering (Prof. M. Gopal) | Lecture 21 - Basic Principles of Feedback Control (Continued.) |

Link | Control Engineering (Prof. M. Gopal) | Lecture 22 - Basic Principles of Feedback Control (Continued.) |

Link | Control Engineering (Prof. M. Gopal) | Lecture 23 - Concepts of stability and Routh Stability Criterion |

Link | Control Engineering (Prof. M. Gopal) | Lecture 24 - Concepts of stability and Routh Stability Criterion (Continued.) |

Link | Control Engineering (Prof. M. Gopal) | Lecture 25 - Concepts of stability and Routh Stability Criterion (Continued.) |

Link | Control Engineering (Prof. M. Gopal) | Lecture 26 - The Performance of Feedback Systems |

Link | Control Engineering (Prof. M. Gopal) | Lecture 27 - The Performance of Feedback Systems (Continued.) |

Link | Control Engineering (Prof. M. Gopal) | Lecture 28 - The Performance of Feedback Systems (Continued.) |

Link | Control Engineering (Prof. M. Gopal) | Lecture 29 - The Performance of Feedback Systems (Continued.) |

Link | Control Engineering (Prof. M. Gopal) | Lecture 30 - Compensator Design Using Root Locus Plots |

Link | Control Engineering (Prof. M. Gopal) | Lecture 31 - Compensator Design Using Root Locus Plots (Continued.) |

Link | Control Engineering (Prof. M. Gopal) | Lecture 32 - Compensator Design Using Root Locus Plots (Continued.) |

Link | Control Engineering (Prof. M. Gopal) | Lecture 33 - Compensator Design Using Root Locus Plots (Continued.) |

Link | Control Engineering (Prof. M. Gopal) | Lecture 34 - Compensator Design Using Root Locus Plots (Continued.) |

Link | Control Engineering (Prof. M. Gopal) | Lecture 35 - The Nyquist Stability Criterion and Stability Margins |

Link | Control Engineering (Prof. M. Gopal) | Lecture 36 - The Nyquist Stability Criterion and Stability Margins (Continued.) |

Link | Control Engineering (Prof. M. Gopal) | Lecture 37 - The Nyquist Stability Criterion and Stability Margins (Continued.) |

Link | Control Engineering (Prof. M. Gopal) | Lecture 38 - The Nyquist Stability Criterion and Stability Margins (Continued.) |

Link | Control Engineering (Prof. M. Gopal) | Lecture 39 - Feedback System Performance Based on the Frequency Response |

Link | Control Engineering (Prof. M. Gopal) | Lecture 40 - Feedback System Performance Based on the Frequency Response (Continued.) |

Link | Control Engineering (Prof. M. Gopal) | Lecture 41 - Compensator Design Using Frequency Response Plots |

Link | Embedded Systems | Lecture 1 - Embedded Systems: Introduction |

Link | Embedded Systems | Lecture 2 - Embedded Hardware |

Link | Embedded Systems | Lecture 3 - PIC: Instruction Set |

Link | Embedded Systems | Lecture 4 - PIC Peripherals On Chip |

Link | Embedded Systems | Lecture 5 - ARM Processor |

Link | Embedded Systems | Lecture 6 - More ARM Instructions |

Link | Embedded Systems | Lecture 7 - ARM: Interrupt Processing |

Link | Embedded Systems | Lecture 8 - Digital Signal Processors |

Link | Embedded Systems | Lecture 9 - More on DSP Processors |

Link | Embedded Systems | Lecture 10 - System On Chip (SOC) |

Link | Embedded Systems | Lecture 11 - Memory |

Link | Embedded Systems | Lecture 12 - Memory Organization |

Link | Embedded Systems | Lecture 13 - Virtual Memory and Memory Management Unit |

Link | Embedded Systems | Lecture 14 - Bus Structure |

Link | Embedded Systems | Lecture 15 - Bus Structure - 2 |

Link | Embedded Systems | Lecture 16 - Bus Structure - 3 Serial Interfaces |

Link | Embedded Systems | Lecture 17 - Serial Interfaces |

Link | Embedded Systems | Lecture 18 - Power Aware Architecture |

Link | Embedded Systems | Lecture 19 - Software for Embedded Systems |

Link | Embedded Systems | Lecture 20 - Fundamentals of Embedded Operating Systems |

Link | Embedded Systems | Lecture 21 - Scheduling Policies |

Link | Embedded Systems | Lecture 22 - Resource Management |

Link | Embedded Systems | Lecture 23 - Embedded - OS |

Link | Embedded Systems | Lecture 24 - Networked Embedded Systems - I |

Link | Embedded Systems | Lecture 25 - Networked Embedded Systems - II |

Link | Embedded Systems | Lecture 26 - Networked Embedded Systems - III |

Link | Embedded Systems | Lecture 27 - Networked Embedded Systems - IV |

Link | Embedded Systems | Lecture 28 - Designing Embedded Systems - I |

Link | Embedded Systems | Lecture 29 - Designing Embedded Systems - II |

Link | Embedded Systems | Lecture 30 - Designing Embedded Systems- III |

Link | Embedded Systems | Lecture 31 - Embedded System Design - IV |

Link | Embedded Systems | Lecture 32 - Designing Embedded Systems - V |

Link | Embedded Systems | Lecture 33 - Platform Based Design |

Link | Embedded Systems | Lecture 34 - Compilers for Embedded Systems |

Link | Embedded Systems | Lecture 35 - Developing Embedded Systems |

Link | Embedded Systems | Lecture 36 - Building Dependable Embedded Systems |

Link | Embedded Systems | Lecture 37 - Pervasive and Ubiquitous Computing |

Link | Power System Generation, Transmission and Distribution (Encapsulated from earlier Video) | Lecture 1 - Electric Energy Systems A Perspective |

Link | Power System Generation, Transmission and Distribution (Encapsulated from earlier Video) | Lecture 2 - Structure of Power Systems |

Link | Power System Generation, Transmission and Distribution (Encapsulated from earlier Video) | Lecture 3 - Conventional Sources of Electric Energy |

Link | Power System Generation, Transmission and Distribution (Encapsulated from earlier Video) | Lecture 4 - Hydroelectric Power Generation |

Link | Power System Generation, Transmission and Distribution (Encapsulated from earlier Video) | Lecture 5 - Non Conventional Energy Sources |

Link | Power System Generation, Transmission and Distribution (Encapsulated from earlier Video) | Lecture 6 - Renewable Energy (Continued.) |

Link | Power System Generation, Transmission and Distribution (Encapsulated from earlier Video) | Lecture 7 - Energy Storage |

Link | Power System Generation, Transmission and Distribution (Encapsulated from earlier Video) | Lecture 8 - Deregulation |

Link | Power System Generation, Transmission and Distribution (Encapsulated from earlier Video) | Lecture 9 - Air Pollutants |

Link | Power System Generation, Transmission and Distribution (Encapsulated from earlier Video) | Lecture 10 - Transmission Line Parameters |

Link | Power System Generation, Transmission and Distribution (Encapsulated from earlier Video) | Lecture 11 - Capacitance of Transmission Lines |

Link | Power System Generation, Transmission and Distribution (Encapsulated from earlier Video) | Lecture 12 - Characteristics and Performance of Transmission Lines |

Link | Power System Generation, Transmission and Distribution (Encapsulated from earlier Video) | Lecture 13 - Voltage Regulation (VR) |

Link | Power System Generation, Transmission and Distribution (Encapsulated from earlier Video) | Lecture 14 - Power Flow through a Line |

Link | Power System Generation, Transmission and Distribution (Encapsulated from earlier Video) | Lecture 15 - Methods of Voltage Control |

Link | Power System Generation, Transmission and Distribution (Encapsulated from earlier Video) | Lecture 16 - Compensation of Transmission Lines |

Link | Power System Generation, Transmission and Distribution (Encapsulated from earlier Video) | Lecture 17 - Compensation of Transmission Lines (Continued.) |

Link | Power System Generation, Transmission and Distribution (Encapsulated from earlier Video) | Lecture 18 - Underground Cables |

Link | Power System Generation, Transmission and Distribution (Encapsulated from earlier Video) | Lecture 19 - Cables (Continued.) |

Link | Power System Generation, Transmission and Distribution (Encapsulated from earlier Video) | Lecture 20 - Insulators for Overhead Lines |

Link | Power System Generation, Transmission and Distribution (Encapsulated from earlier Video) | Lecture 21 - HVDC |

Link | Power System Generation, Transmission and Distribution (Encapsulated from earlier Video) | Lecture 22 - HVDC (Continued.) |

Link | Power System Generation, Transmission and Distribution (Encapsulated from earlier Video) | Lecture 23 - Distribution Systems |

Link | Power System Generation, Transmission and Distribution (Encapsulated from earlier Video) | Lecture 24 - Automatic Generation Control |

Link | Power System Generation, Transmission and Distribution (Encapsulated from earlier Video) | Lecture 25 - Automatic Generation Control (Continued.) |

Link | Power System Generation, Transmission and Distribution (Encapsulated from earlier Video) | Lecture 26 - Load Flow Studies |

Link | Power System Generation, Transmission and Distribution (Encapsulated from earlier Video) | Lecture 27 - Load Flow Problem |

Link | Power System Generation, Transmission and Distribution (Encapsulated from earlier Video) | Lecture 28 - Load Flow Analysis (Continued.), Gauss Siedel Method |

Link | Power System Generation, Transmission and Distribution (Encapsulated from earlier Video) | Lecture 29 - Newton Raphson (NR), Load Flow Method |

Link | Power System Generation, Transmission and Distribution (Encapsulated from earlier Video) | Lecture 30 - Fast Decoupled Load Flow |

Link | Power System Generation, Transmission and Distribution (Encapsulated from earlier Video) | Lecture 31 - Control of Voltage Profile |

Link | Power System Generation, Transmission and Distribution (Encapsulated from earlier Video) | Lecture 32 - Optimal System Operation (Economic Operation) |

Link | Power System Generation, Transmission and Distribution (Encapsulated from earlier Video) | Lecture 33 - Optimal Unit Commitment |

Link | Power System Generation, Transmission and Distribution (Encapsulated from earlier Video) | Lecture 34 - Optimal Generation Scheduling |

Link | Power System Generation, Transmission and Distribution (Encapsulated from earlier Video) | Lecture 35 - Optimal Load Flow (Continued.) and Hydro Thermal Scheduling |

Link | Power System Dynamics | Lecture 1 - Introduction to Power System Stability Problem - Part-1 |

Link | Power System Dynamics | Lecture 2 - Introduction to Power System Stability Problem - Part-2 |

Link | Power System Dynamics | Lecture 3 - Introduction to Power System Stability Problem - Part-3 |

Link | Power System Dynamics | Lecture 4 - Solution of Switching Equation |

Link | Power System Dynamics | Lecture 5 - The Equal Area Criterion for Stability - Part-1 |

Link | Power System Dynamics | Lecture 6 - The Equal Area Criterion for Stability - Part-2 |

Link | Power System Dynamics | Lecture 7 - Transient Stability Analysis of a Multi Machine System |

Link | Power System Dynamics | Lecture 8 - Modeling of Synchronous Machine - Part-1 |

Link | Power System Dynamics | Lecture 9 - Modeling of Synchronous Machine - Part-2 |

Link | Power System Dynamics | Lecture 10 - Modeling of Synchronous Machine - Part-3 |

Link | Power System Dynamics | Lecture 11 - Modeling of Synchronous Machine - Part-4 |

Link | Power System Dynamics | Lecture 12 - Synchronous Machine Representation for Stability Studies - Part-1 |

Link | Power System Dynamics | Lecture 13 - Synchronous Machine Representation for Stability Studies - Part-2 |

Link | Power System Dynamics | Lecture 14 - Excitation Systems - Part-1 |

Link | Power System Dynamics | Lecture 15 - Excitation Systems - Part-2 |

Link | Power System Dynamics | Lecture 16 - Modeling of Excitation Systems - Part-1 |

Link | Power System Dynamics | Lecture 17 - Modeling of Excitation Systems - Part-2 |

Link | Power System Dynamics | Lecture 18 - Small Signal Stability of a Single Machine Infinite Bus System - Part-1 |

Link | Power System Dynamics | Lecture 19 - Small Signal Stability of a Single Machine Infinite Bus System - Part-2 |

Link | Power System Dynamics | Lecture 20 - Small Signal Stability of a Single Machine Infinite Bus System - Part-3 |

Link | Power System Dynamics | Lecture 21 - Small Signal Stability of a Single Machine Infinite Bus System - Part-4 |

Link | Power System Dynamics | Lecture 22 - Small Signal Stability of a Single Machine Infinite Bus System - Part-5 |

Link | Power System Dynamics | Lecture 23 - Dynamic Modeling of Steam turbines and Governors |

Link | Power System Dynamics | Lecture 24 - Dynamic modeling of Hydro Turbines and Governors |

Link | Power System Dynamics | Lecture 25 - Load modeling for Stability Studies |

Link | Power System Dynamics | Lecture 26 - Numerical Integration Methods for Solving a Set of Ordinary Nonlinear Differential Equation |

Link | Power System Dynamics | Lecture 27 - Simulation of Power System Dynamic Response |

Link | Power System Dynamics | Lecture 28 - Dynamic Equivalents for Large Scale Systems - Part-1 |

Link | Power System Dynamics | Lecture 29 - Dynamic Equivalents for Large Scale Systems - Part-2 |

Link | Power System Dynamics | Lecture 30 - Dynamic Equivalents for Large Scale Systems - Part-3 |

Link | Power System Dynamics | Lecture 31 - Direct Method of Transient Stability Analysis - Part-1 |

Link | Power System Dynamics | Lecture 32 - Direct Method of Transient Stability Analysis - Part-2 |

Link | Power System Dynamics | Lecture 33 - Sub Synchronous Oscillations - Part-1 |

Link | Power System Dynamics | Lecture 34 - Sub Synchronous Oscillations - Part-2 |

Link | Power System Dynamics | Lecture 35 - Voltage Stability - Part-1 |

Link | Power System Dynamics | Lecture 36 - Voltage Stability - Part-2 |

Link | Power System Dynamics | Lecture 37 - Voltage Stability - Part-3 |

Link | Power System Dynamics | Lecture 38 - Voltage Stability - Part-4 |

Link | Power System Dynamics | Lecture 39 - Methods of Improving Stability - Part-1 |

Link | Power System Dynamics | Lecture 40 - Methods of Improving Stability - Part-2 |

Link | Analog Electronic Circuits | Lecture 1 - Review of DC Models of Diodes & BJT's |

Link | Analog Electronic Circuits | Lecture 2 - Review of DC Models of BJT (Continued...) and FET |

Link | Analog Electronic Circuits | Lecture 3 - FET Characteristics and Models |

Link | Analog Electronic Circuits | Lecture 4 - Problem Session-1 on DC Analysis of BJT Circuits |

Link | Analog Electronic Circuits | Lecture 5 - BJT Biasing and Bias Stability |

Link | Analog Electronic Circuits | Lecture 6 - BJT Bias Stability (Continued...) |

Link | Analog Electronic Circuits | Lecture 7 - FET Biasing, Current Sources |

Link | Analog Electronic Circuits | Lecture 8 - Problem Session-2 on FET and BJT Characteristics and Biasing |

Link | Analog Electronic Circuits | Lecture 9 - Current Mirrors; BJT Small Signal Models |

Link | Analog Electronic Circuits | Lecture 10 - Small Signal Amplifiers: Mid Frequency Analysis |

Link | Analog Electronic Circuits | Lecture 11 - Mid Frequency Analysis of the CE and CB Amplifier |

Link | Analog Electronic Circuits | Lecture 12 - Problem Session-3 on Mid- Frequency Analysis of CE Amplifiers |

Link | Analog Electronic Circuits | Lecture 13 - Midband Analysis of CB and CC Amplifiers |

Link | Analog Electronic Circuits | Lecture 14 - Midband Analysis of FET Amplifiers |

Link | Analog Electronic Circuits | Lecture 15 - Problem Session-4 on Midband Analysis of Amplifiers |

Link | Analog Electronic Circuits | Lecture 16 - High Frequency Response of Small Signal Amplifiers |

Link | Analog Electronic Circuits | Lecture 17 - High Frequency Response of Small Signal Amplifiers (Continued...) |

Link | Analog Electronic Circuits | Lecture 18 - Low Frequency Response of Small Signal Amplifiers |

Link | Analog Electronic Circuits | Lecture 19 - Problem Session-5 on Frequency Response of Small Signal Amplifiers |

Link | Analog Electronic Circuits | Lecture 20 - Differential Amplifiers |

Link | Analog Electronic Circuits | Lecture 21 - Differential Amplifiers (Continued...) |

Link | Analog Electronic Circuits | Lecture 22 - Discussion on Minor-1 Problems and Differential Amplifiers (Continued...) |

Link | Analog Electronic Circuits | Lecture 23 - Problem Session-6 on Frequency Response of Small Signal Amplifiers (Continued...) and Differential Amplifiers |

Link | Analog Electronic Circuits | Lecture 24 - Use of Current Mirrors in Differential Amplifiers |

Link | Analog Electronic Circuits | Lecture 25 - FET Differential Amplifiers and Introduction to Power Amplifiers |

Link | Analog Electronic Circuits | Lecture 26 - Class B, Class AB and Class A Power Amplifiers |

Link | Analog Electronic Circuits | Lecture 27 - Class A Power Amplifiers; Efficiency Considerations |

Link | Analog Electronic Circuits | Lecture 28 - Problem Session-7 on Deferential and Power Amplifiers |

Link | Analog Electronic Circuits | Lecture 29 - Introduction to Feedback Amplifiers |

Link | Analog Electronic Circuits | Lecture 30 - Advantages of Negative Feedback Amplifiers |

Link | Analog Electronic Circuits | Lecture 31 - Analysis of Feedback Amplifiers |

Link | Analog Electronic Circuits | Lecture 32 - Analysis of the Series - Series and Other Feedback Configurations |

Link | Analog Electronic Circuits | Lecture 33 - Problem Session-8 on Feedback Amplifiers |

Link | Analog Electronic Circuits | Lecture 34 - Sinusoidal Oscillators : An Example of Positive Feedback |

Link | Analog Electronic Circuits | Lecture 35 - More on Oscillators |

Link | Analog Electronic Circuits | Lecture 36 - Solutions to Minor-2 Exam and Concluding Discussions on Oscillators |

Link | Analog Electronic Circuits | Lecture 37 - Problem Session-9 on Oscillators |

Link | Analog Electronic Circuits | Lecture 38 - Tuned (or Narrowband) Amplifiers |

Link | Analog Electronic Circuits | Lecture 39 - Widebanding Techniques : Introduction & Use of Inductors |

Link | Analog Electronic Circuits | Lecture 40 - Widebanding By Using an Inductance |

Link | Analog Electronic Circuits | Lecture 41 - Problem Session-10 on Tuned Amplifiers |

Link | Analog Electronic Circuits | Lecture 42 - Widebanding by Using Compound Devices |

Link | Analog Electronic Circuits | Lecture 43 - Cascode Configuration as Wideband Amplifier |

Link | Analog Electronic Circuits | Lecture 44 - Widebanding by Local Feedback |

Link | Analog Electronic Circuits | Lecture 45 - Problem Session-11 on Minor-3 Problems & Widebanding by Compound Devices |

Link | Analog Electronic Circuits | Lecture 46 - Widebanding by Local Feedback and Feedback Cascades |

Link | Analog Electronic Circuits | Lecture 47 - Widebanding by Overall Feedback and Dual Loop Feedback |

Link | Analog Electronic Circuits | Lecture 48 - The Differential Pair and the Gilbert Cell as Wideband Amplifiers |

Link | Analog Electronic Circuits | Lecture 49 - Correction to Gilbert Cell Analysis and Operational Amplifier Imperfections |

Link | Analog Electronic Circuits | Lecture 50 - Op-Amp offsets, Compensation and Slew Rate |

Link | Analog Electronic Circuits | Lecture 51 - Op-Amp Compensation, Slew Rate and Some Problems |

Link | Digital Communication | Lecture 1 - Introduction to the Course |

Link | Digital Communication | Lecture 2 - Digital Representation of Analog Signals, Delta Modulation |

Link | Digital Communication | Lecture 3 - Digital Representation of Analog Signals, Pulse Code Modulation |

Link | Digital Communication | Lecture 4 - Digital Representation of Analog Signals |

Link | Digital Communication | Lecture 5 - Quantization Noise in Delta Modulation (Continued...) and Time Division Multiplexing |

Link | Digital Communication | Lecture 6 - Introduction to Line Coding |

Link | Digital Communication | Lecture 7 - Spectral Properties of Line Codes: General Relations |

Link | Digital Communication | Lecture 8 - Spectral Properties of Line Codes: On-off / Polar / Bipolar Signalling |

Link | Digital Communication | Lecture 9 - Spectral Properties of Line Codes: Duobinary Manchester and HDB Codes |

Link | Digital Communication | Lecture 10 - Baseband Pulse Shaping: Nyquist's First Criterion |

Link | Digital Communication | Lecture 11 - Baseband Pulse Shaping; Raised Cosine Family of Pulses |

Link | Digital Communication | Lecture 12 - Partial Response Signalling: Duobinary and Modified Duobinary Pulse Shaping |

Link | Digital Communication | Lecture 13 - Precoding for Duobinary and Modified Duobinary Systems |

Link | Digital Communication | Lecture 14 - Precoding for Modified Duobinary Systems (Continued...) and General Partial Response Signalling |

Link | Digital Communication | Lecture 15 - Binary Baseband Digital Modulation Techniques |

Link | Digital Communication | Lecture 16 - M’ary Baseband Digital Modulation Techniques |

Link | Digital Communication | Lecture 17 - Passband Digital Modulations - I : PSK and QPSK |

Link | Digital Communication | Lecture 18 - Passband Digital Modulations - II : Offset QPSK |

Link | Digital Communication | Lecture 19 - Passband Digital Modulations - III : Minimum Shift Keying (MSK) |

Link | Digital Communication | Lecture 20 - Passband Digital Modulations - IV : MSK (Continued...) : Passband Waveforms for M’ary Signalling |

Link | Digital Communication | Lecture 21 - Passband Modulations for Band Limited Channels |

Link | Digital Communication | Lecture 22 - Baseband and Passband Digital Demodulations : General Issues and Concepts |

Link | Digital Communication | Lecture 23 - Digital Modulation Part - II Matched Filters |

Link | Digital Communication | Lecture 24 - Matched Filters and Coherent Demodulation-I |

Link | Digital Communication | Lecture 25 - Coherent Demodulation for Binary Wave Form |

Link | Digital Communication | Lecture 26 - Demodulators for Binary Waveforms (Continued...) : Coherent and Noncoherent Receivers for Orthogonal Signalling (OOK and FSK) |

Link | Digital Communication | Lecture 27 - Performance Analysis of Binary Digital Modulations: Signal and Noise Statistics in Coherent and Noncoherent Receivers |

Link | Digital Communication | Lecture 28 - Error Rates for Binary Signalling : Coherent Receivers |

Link | Digital Communication | Lecture 29 - Performance of Non Coherent FSK and Differential Phase Shift Keying |

Link | Digital Communication | Lecture 30 - Demodulation of DPSK and M\'ary Signals |

Link | Digital Communication | Lecture 31 - Performance of M\'ary Digital Modulations |

Link | Digital Communication | Lecture 32 - Performance of M\'ary Digital Modulations (Continued...) |

Link | Digital Communication | Lecture 33 - Introduction to Information Theory, Part-1 |

Link | Digital Communication | Lecture 34 - Source Coding |

Link | Digital Communication | Lecture 35 - Error Free Communication Over a Noisy Channel |

Link | Digital Communication | Lecture 36 - The Concept of Channel Capacity |

Link | Digital Communication | Lecture 37 - Error Correcting Codes |

Link | Digital Communication | Lecture 38 - Error Correcting Codes (Continued...) |

Link | Introduction To Electronic Circuits | Lecture 1 - Introduction to the Course and Basic Electrical Quantity |

Link | Introduction To Electronic Circuits | Lecture 2 - R.L.C. Components, Energy Considerations, Sources and Circuit Laws |

Link | Introduction To Electronic Circuits | Lecture 3 - KCL, KVL and Network Analysis |

Link | Introduction To Electronic Circuits | Lecture 4 - Networks Theorems ( Thevenin's Norton's ) |

Link | Introduction To Electronic Circuits | Lecture 5 - Source Transformation; Super Position Theorem and Non-Linear One-Ports |

Link | Introduction To Electronic Circuits | Lecture 6 - Signal Wave Forms |

Link | Introduction To Electronic Circuits | Lecture 7 - Periodic Wave Forms and Elements of Amplifiers |

Link | Introduction To Electronic Circuits | Lecture 8 - Operational Amplifiers and Diodes |

Link | Introduction To Electronic Circuits | Lecture 9 - Rectifiers and Power Supplies |

Link | Introduction To Electronic Circuits | Lecture 10 - Wave Shaping Circuits |

Link | Introduction To Electronic Circuits | Lecture 11 - More on Wave Shaping Circuits and Introduction to Natural Response of Circuits |

Link | Introduction To Electronic Circuits | Lecture 12 - Natural Response (Continued...) |

Link | Introduction To Electronic Circuits | Lecture 13 - Natural Response of 2nd Order Circuit |

Link | Introduction To Electronic Circuits | Lecture 14 - Natural Response of 2nd Order Circuit (Continued...) |

Link | Introduction To Electronic Circuits | Lecture 15 - Impedance Functions, Poles, Zeros and their Applications |

Link | Introduction To Electronic Circuits | Lecture 16 - Natural Response and Poles and Zeros and Introduction to Forced Response |

Link | Introduction To Electronic Circuits | Lecture 17 - Phasors and their Applications in AC Ckts, analysis |

Link | Introduction To Electronic Circuits | Lecture 18 - More About Phasors and Introduction to Complete Response |

Link | Introduction To Electronic Circuits | Lecture 19 - Complete Response of Electrical Circuits |

Link | Introduction To Electronic Circuits | Lecture 20 - AC Circuit Analysis |

Link | Introduction To Electronic Circuits | Lecture 21 - Filter Circuits and Resonance |

Link | Introduction To Electronic Circuits | Lecture 22 - Resonance (Continued...) |

Link | Introduction To Electronic Circuits | Lecture 23 - General Network Analysis |

Link | Introduction To Electronic Circuits | Lecture 24 - Two-Port Networks |

Link | Introduction To Electronic Circuits | Lecture 25 - Semiconductor Physics |

Link | Introduction To Electronic Circuits | Lecture 26 - Semiconductor Physics (Continued...) |

Link | Introduction To Electronic Circuits | Lecture 27 - More About Diodes Including Zener Diodes |

Link | Introduction To Electronic Circuits | Lecture 28 - Bipolar Junction Transistors |

Link | Introduction To Electronic Circuits | Lecture 29 - Transistors Characteristics and Biasing |

Link | Introduction To Electronic Circuits | Lecture 30 - BJT Biasing and Introduction to Power Amplifiers |

Link | Introduction To Electronic Circuits | Lecture 31 - BJT Power Amplifiers |

Link | Introduction To Electronic Circuits | Lecture 32 - Power Amplifier |

Link | Introduction To Electronic Circuits | Lecture 33 - Power Amplifiers (Continued...) and an Introduction to Small Signal Modelling of BJT |

Link | Introduction To Electronic Circuits | Lecture 34 - Small Signal Model and Small Signal Amplifiers |

Link | Introduction To Electronic Circuits | Lecture 35 - Small Signal Amplifiers (Continued...) |

Link | Introduction To Electronic Circuits | Lecture 36 - Small Signal Amplifier (Continued...) |

Link | Introduction To Electronic Circuits | Lecture 37 - Small Signal Amplifiers (Continued...) |

Link | Introduction To Electronic Circuits | Lecture 38 - Negative Feedback |

Link | Introduction To Electronic Circuits | Lecture 39 - Digital Circuits |

Link | Introduction To Electronic Circuits | Lecture 40 - Digital Circuits (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Analog Electronic Circuit | Lecture 1 - Introduction to Analog Circuits Introduction to the Diode |

Link | NOC:Analog Electronic Circuit | Lecture 2 - Diodes, Introduction to The Transistor |

Link | NOC:Analog Electronic Circuit | Lecture 3 - MOS Device, Characteristics |

Link | NOC:Analog Electronic Circuit | Lecture 4 - DC operating point |

Link | NOC:Analog Electronic Circuit | Lecture 5 - DC operating point, amplifier design |

Link | NOC:Analog Electronic Circuit | Lecture 6 - Common source amplifier, small signal analysis |

Link | NOC:Analog Electronic Circuit | Lecture 7 - Common gate, common drain |

Link | NOC:Analog Electronic Circuit | Lecture 8 - Common gate circuit |

Link | NOC:Analog Electronic Circuit | Lecture 9 - Source degenerated amplifier |

Link | NOC:Analog Electronic Circuit | Lecture 10 - Swing limits |

Link | NOC:Analog Electronic Circuit | Lecture 11 - Swing limits (Continued...), multi transistor amplifiers |

Link | NOC:Analog Electronic Circuit | Lecture 12 - Multi-transistor amplifiers |

Link | NOC:Analog Electronic Circuit | Lecture 13 - Introduction to current sources |

Link | NOC:Analog Electronic Circuit | Lecture 14 - Current sources/mirrors (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Analog Electronic Circuit | Lecture 15 - Current sources, biasing |

Link | NOC:Analog Electronic Circuit | Lecture 16 - Differential circuits |

Link | NOC:Analog Electronic Circuit | Lecture 17 - Differential amplifiers-I |

Link | NOC:Analog Electronic Circuit | Lecture 18 - Differential amplifiers-II |

Link | NOC:Analog Electronic Circuit | Lecture 19 - Differential amplifiers-III |

Link | NOC:Analog Electronic Circuit | Lecture 20 - Self biased active load diff. amp |

Link | NOC:Analog Electronic Circuit | Lecture 21 - Diff. Cascode amplifier, two stage amplifiers |

Link | NOC:Analog Electronic Circuit | Lecture 22 - Two stage diff. amps, op-amps |

Link | NOC:Analog Electronic Circuit | Lecture 23 - Op-amps, OTAs |

Link | NOC:Analog Electronic Circuit | Lecture 24 - Circuits with op-amps |

Link | NOC:Analog Electronic Circuit | Lecture 25 - Capacitance in MOS devices |

Link | NOC:Analog Electronic Circuit | Lecture 26 - Common source, drain, gate-revisited |

Link | NOC:Analog Electronic Circuit | Lecture 27 - Common gate, common drain with capacitances |

Link | NOC:Analog Electronic Circuit | Lecture 28 - Cascode, cascade-revisit with capacitance |

Link | NOC:Analog Electronic Circuit | Lecture 29 - Cascade amplifier (with capacitance) |

Link | NOC:Analog Electronic Circuit | Lecture 30 - Diversion: 2-pole systems phase margin |

Link | NOC:Analog Electronic Circuit | Lecture 31 - Diversion Continued: Two Pole Systems |

Link | NOC:Analog Electronic Circuit | Lecture 32 - Compensation |

Link | NOC:Analog Electronic Circuit | Lecture 33 - Op-amp Design with Compensation |

Link | NOC:Analog Electronic Circuit | Lecture 34 - Unity Gain Bandwidth |

Link | NOC:Analog Electronic Circuit | Lecture 35 - Power Amplification |

Link | NOC:Analog Electronic Circuit | Lecture 36 - Power Amplifiers-2 |

Link | NOC:Analog Electronic Circuit | Lecture 37 - Power Amplifiers- Class A,B,AB,C ClassD |

Link | NOC:Analog Electronic Circuit | Lecture 38 - Class D Amplifiers, Push-pull Amplifiers |

Link | NOC:Analog Electronic Circuit | Lecture 39 - Introduction to Voltage Regulators |

Link | NOC:Analog Electronic Circuit | Lecture 40 - Voltage Regulators- line, load; Conclusion Regulation |

Link | NOC:Nonlinear and Adaptive Control | Lecture 1 - Introduction |

Link | NOC:Nonlinear and Adaptive Control | Lecture 2 - Preliminaries |

Link | NOC:Nonlinear and Adaptive Control | Lecture 3 - Model Reference Adaptive Control - Part 1 |

Link | NOC:Nonlinear and Adaptive Control | Lecture 4 - Model Reference Adaptive Control - Part 2 |

Link | NOC:Nonlinear and Adaptive Control | Lecture 5 - Model Reference Adaptive Control - Part 3 |

Link | NOC:Nonlinear and Adaptive Control | Lecture 6 - Adaptive Command Tracking |

Link | NOC:Nonlinear and Adaptive Control | Lecture 7 - Robust Model Reference Adaptive Control - Part 1 |

Link | NOC:Nonlinear and Adaptive Control | Lecture 8 - Robust Model Reference Adaptive Control - Part 2 |

Link | NOC:Nonlinear and Adaptive Control | Lecture 9 - Robust Model Reference Adaptive Control - Part 3 |

Link | NOC:Nonlinear and Adaptive Control | Lecture 10 - Robust Model Reference Adaptive Control - Part 4 |

Link | NOC:Information Theory, Coding and Cryptography | Lecture 1 - Introduction to Information Theory |

Link | NOC:Information Theory, Coding and Cryptography | Lecture 2 - Entropy, Mutual Information, Conditional and Joint Entropy |

Link | NOC:Information Theory, Coding and Cryptography | Lecture 3 - Measures for Continuous, Random Variable, Relative Entropy |

Link | NOC:Information Theory, Coding and Cryptography | Lecture 4 - Variable Length Codes, Prefix Codes |

Link | NOC:Information Theory, Coding and Cryptography | Lecture 5 - Source Coding Theorem |

Link | NOC:Information Theory, Coding and Cryptography | Lecture 6 - various source coding Techniques: Huffman, Arithmetic, Lempel Ziv, Run Length |

Link | NOC:Information Theory, Coding and Cryptography | Lecture 7 - Optimum Quantizer, Practical Application of Source Coding: JPEG Compression |

Link | NOC:Information Theory, Coding and Cryptography | Lecture 8 - Introduction to Super Information |

Link | NOC:Information Theory, Coding and Cryptography | Lecture 9 - Channel Models and Channel Capacity |

Link | NOC:Information Theory, Coding and Cryptography | Lecture 10 - Noisy Channel Coding Theorem |

Link | NOC:Information Theory, Coding and Cryptography | Lecture 11 - Gaussian Channel and Information Capacity Theorem |

Link | NOC:Information Theory, Coding and Cryptography | Lecture 12 - Capacity of MIMO Channels |

Link | NOC:Information Theory, Coding and Cryptography | Lecture 13 - Introduction to Error Control Coding |

Link | NOC:Information Theory, Coding and Cryptography | Lecture 14 - Introduction to Galois Field |

Link | NOC:Information Theory, Coding and Cryptography | Lecture 15 - Equivalent Codes, Generator Matrix and Parity Check Matrix |

Link | NOC:Information Theory, Coding and Cryptography | Lecture 16 - Systematic Codes, Error Detections and Correction |

Link | NOC:Information Theory, Coding and Cryptography | Lecture 17 - Erasure and Errors, Standard Array and Syndrome Decoding |

Link | NOC:Information Theory, Coding and Cryptography | Lecture 18 - Probability of Error, Coding Gain and Hamming Bound |

Link | NOC:Information Theory, Coding and Cryptography | Lecture 19 - Hamming Codes, LDPC Codes and MDS Codes |

Link | NOC:Information Theory, Coding and Cryptography | Lecture 20 - Introduction to Cyclic Codes |

Link | NOC:Information Theory, Coding and Cryptography | Lecture 21 - Generator Polynomial, Syndrome Polynomial and Matrix Representation |

Link | NOC:Information Theory, Coding and Cryptography | Lecture 22 - Fire Code, Golay Code, CRC Codes and Circuit Implementation of Cyclic Codes |

Link | NOC:Information Theory, Coding and Cryptography | Lecture 23 - Introduction to BCH Codes: Generator Polynomials |

Link | NOC:Information Theory, Coding and Cryptography | Lecture 24 - Multiple Error Correcting BCH Codes, Decoding of BCH Codes |

Link | NOC:Information Theory, Coding and Cryptography | Lecture 25 - Introduction to Reed Solomon (RS) Codes |

Link | NOC:Information Theory, Coding and Cryptography | Lecture 26 - Introduction to Convolutional Codes |

Link | NOC:Information Theory, Coding and Cryptography | Lecture 27 - Trellis Codes: Generator Polynomial Matrix and Encoding using Trellis |

Link | NOC:Information Theory, Coding and Cryptography | Lecture 28 - Vitrebi Decoding and Known good Convolutional Codes |

Link | NOC:Information Theory, Coding and Cryptography | Lecture 29 - Introduction to Turbo Codes |

Link | NOC:Information Theory, Coding and Cryptography | Lecture 30 - Introduction to Trellis Coded Modulation (TCM) |

Link | NOC:Information Theory, Coding and Cryptography | Lecture 31 - Ungerboek's Design Rules and Performance Evaluation of TCM Schemes |

Link | NOC:Information Theory, Coding and Cryptography | Lecture 32 - TCM for Fading Channel and Space Time Trellis Codes (STTC) |

Link | NOC:Information Theory, Coding and Cryptography | Lecture 33 - Introduction to Space Time Block Codes (STBC) |

Link | NOC:Information Theory, Coding and Cryptography | Lecture 34 - Space Time Codes |

Link | NOC:Information Theory, Coding and Cryptography | Lecture 35 - Space Time Codes (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Information Theory, Coding and Cryptography | Lecture 36 - Introduction to Cryptography: Symmetric key and Asymmetric Key Cryptography |

Link | NOC:Information Theory, Coding and Cryptography | Lecture 37 - Some Well-Known Algorithms: DES, IDEA, PGP, DH Protocol |

Link | NOC:Information Theory, Coding and Cryptography | Lecture 38 - Introduction to Physical Layer Security: Notion of Secrecy Capacity |

Link | NOC:Information Theory, Coding and Cryptography | Lecture 39 - Secrecy Outage Capacity, Secrecy Outage Probability, Cooperative Jamming |

Link | Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 1 - Introduction |

Link | Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 2 - Transmission Lines : Wave Propagation |

Link | Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 3 - Transmission Lines : Reflection,Transmission; Travelling Waves |

Link | Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 4 - Transmission Lines : Travelling Waves (Continued...); Sinusoidal Signals; Impedence Transformation |

Link | Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 5 - Transmission Lines : Standing Wave Ratio:Measurement of Impedence |

Link | Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 6 - Transmission Lines : General Transmission Lines Equations,Low loss,Transmission Lines,Transmission Lines as Circuit Elements |

Link | Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 7 - Transmission Lines : Section as Circuit Elements |

Link | Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 8 - Transmission Lines : Velocities of Propagation, Transmission Lines Charts |

Link | Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 9 - Transmission Lines : Smith Chart |

Link | Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 10 - Transmission Lines : Impedance Matching using Stub-Lines |

Link | Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 11 - Transmission Lines : Transmission Lines Parameters; (primary Constants) |

Link | Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 12 - Wave Propagation |

Link | Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 13 - Wave Propagation (Continued...) |

Link | Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 14 - Wave Propagation : Polarisation,Poynting Vector |

Link | Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 15 - Wave Propagation : Power Flow,Complex Poynting vector,wave equation for a conducting Medium |

Link | Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 16 - Wave Propagation : Conducting Medium;Conductors and Dielectrics Depth of Penetration;Surface Impedance |

Link | Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 17 - Wave Propagation : Surface Impedance; Power Loss in a Conductor Reflection at a Perfect conductor (Normal Inc.) |

Link | Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 18 - Reflection and Refraction of waves : Reflection at the Surface of a Conducting Medium,Reflection at a Perfect Conductor (Oblique Inc.) |

Link | Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 19 - Reflection and Refraction of waves (Continued...) |

Link | Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 20 - Reflection and Refraction of waves (Continued...) - 1 |

Link | Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 21 - Reflection and Refraction of waves (Continued...); The Plane slab |

Link | Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 22 - Reflection and Refraction of waves (Continued...); Transmission Line Analogy for Planes Waves |

Link | Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 23 - Wave Guides |

Link | Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 24 - Wave Guides (Continued...) Parallel plane Guide,Transverse Electric Waves,Field Distribution,Superposition of Plane Waves |

Link | Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 25 - Wave Guides (Continued...) |

Link | Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 26 - Wave Guides (Continued...) Parallel plane Guide,Characteristics of TE and Tm Waves,TEM Waves,Wave Impedances |

Link | Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 27 - Wave Guides (Continued...) - 1 |

Link | Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 28 - Wave Guides (Continued...) - 2 |

Link | Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 29 - Wave Guides (Continued...) Rectangular Wave Guides |

Link | Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 30 - Wave Guides (Continued...) |

Link | Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 31 - Wave Guides (Continued...) Rectangular Wave Guides - 1 |

Link | Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 32 - Resonators General Properties |

Link | Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 33 - Resonators (Continued...) Transmission Line Resonators |

Link | Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 34 - Resonators (Continued...) Wave Guide Resonators |

Link | Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 35 - Radiation |

Link | Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 36 - Radiation (Continued...) |

Link | Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 37 - Radiation (Continued...) - 1 |

Link | Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 38 - Radiation (Continued...) - 2 |

Link | Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 39 - Radiation (Continued...) Monopole Antennas half Wave Dipole Antenna |

Link | Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 40 - Radiation (Continued...) |

Link | Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 41 - Radiation (Continued...) 2 - Element Arrays,Yagi-Uda Array |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications (2018) | Lecture 1 - Introduction |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications (2018) | Lecture 2 - Signal Spaces : Waveforms and Vector Spaces |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications (2018) | Lecture 3 - Inner Product and Orthogonal Expansion |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications (2018) | Lecture 4 - Signal Spaces : Gram Schmidt Orthogonalization and Receiver Structures |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications (2018) | Lecture 5 - Signal Spaces : Fourier Series and Related expansions |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications (2018) | Lecture 6 - Signal Spaces : Bandwidth and Degree of Freedom |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications (2018) | Lecture 7 - Random Variables and Random Processes : Discrete Random Variable |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications (2018) | Lecture 8 - Random Variables and Random Processes : Continuous Random Variable |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications (2018) | Lecture 9 - Random Variables and Random Processes : Multiple Random Variable |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications (2018) | Lecture 10 - Random Variables and Random Processes : Random Vectors |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications (2018) | Lecture 11 - Random Variables and Random Processes : Introduction to Random Process |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications (2018) | Lecture 12 - Random Variables and Random Processes : Properties of Random Process |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications (2018) | Lecture 13 - Random Variables and Random Processes : Gaussian Random Process - Part 1 |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications (2018) | Lecture 14 - Random Variables and Random Processes : Gaussian Random Process - Part 2 |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications (2018) | Lecture 15 - Random Variables and Random Processes : Types of Random Process |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications (2018) | Lecture 16 - Random Variables and Random Processes : Random Process through an LTI system |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications (2018) | Lecture 17 - Random Variables and Random Processes : Spectral description of Random Process |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications (2018) | Lecture 18 - Waveform Coding |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications (2018) | Lecture 19 - Modulation : Complex Baseband Representation of Passband Signals - Part 1 |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications (2018) | Lecture 20 - Modulation : Complex Baseband Representation of Passband Signals - Part 2 |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications (2018) | Lecture 21 - Modulation : Complex Baseband Representation of Passband Signals - Part 3 |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications (2018) | Lecture 22 - Modulation : Spectral Description of Sources - Part 1 |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications (2018) | Lecture 23 - Modulation : Spectral Description of Sources - Part 2 |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications (2018) | Lecture 24 - Modulation : Spectral Description of Sources using Markov Chains and Cyclostationary Random Processes |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications (2018) | Lecture 25 - Modulation : Nyquist Pulses |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications (2018) | Lecture 26 - Modulation : Pulse Amplitude Modulation and Quadrature Amplitude Modulation - Part 1 |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications (2018) | Lecture 27 - Modulation : Pulse Amplitude Modulation and Quadrature Amplitude Modulation - Part 2 |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications (2018) | Lecture 28 - Modulation : Orthogonal Modulation Schemes |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications (2018) | Lecture 29 - Modulation : Differential Modulation Schemes |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications (2018) | Lecture 30 - Detection : Maximum Aposteriori Probability (MAP) Detector and Maximum Likelihood (ML) Detector |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications (2018) | Lecture 31 - Detection : Vector Detection |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications (2018) | Lecture 32 - Detection : Theorem of Irrelevance and Waveform Detection |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications (2018) | Lecture 33 - Detection : Sequence Detection |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications (2018) | Lecture 34 - Detection : Performance of Binary Signalling Schemes |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications (2018) | Lecture 35 - Detection : Performance of M-ary Signaling Schemes |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications (2018) | Lecture 36 - Detection : Performance of Orthogonal Modulation Schemes and Bit-Level Demodulation |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications (2018) | Lecture 37 - Detection : Performance of Non-Coherent Systems Systems |

Link | NOC:Principles of Digital Communications (2018) | Lecture 38 - Detection : Fading Channel |

Link | NOC:Electric Vehicles - Part 1 | Lecture 1 - Introduction - EV Historical Background |

Link | NOC:Electric Vehicles - Part 1 | Lecture 2 - Introduction - EV Benefits of Using EVs |

Link | NOC:Electric Vehicles - Part 1 | Lecture 3 - Introduction - EV Overview of types of EVs and its Challenges |

Link | NOC:Electric Vehicles - Part 1 | Lecture 4 - Introduction - EV Motor Drive Technologies |

Link | NOC:Electric Vehicles - Part 1 | Lecture 5 - Introduction - EV Energy Source Technologies |

Link | NOC:Electric Vehicles - Part 1 | Lecture 6 - Introduction - EV Battery Charging Technologies |

Link | NOC:Electric Vehicles - Part 1 | Lecture 7 - Introduction - EV Vehicle to Grid |

Link | NOC:Electric Vehicles - Part 1 | Lecture 8 - Introduction - EV Subsystems and Configurations |

Link | NOC:Electric Vehicles - Part 1 | Lecture 9 - Introduction - HEV Subsystems and Configurations |

Link | NOC:Electric Vehicles - Part 1 | Lecture 10 - Introduction - HEV Subsystems and Modes of Operation |

Link | NOC:Electric Vehicles - Part 1 | Lecture 11 - Vehicle Dynamics Introduction and tractive effort |

Link | NOC:Electric Vehicles - Part 1 | Lecture 12 - Vehicle Dynamics and dynamic equation |

Link | NOC:Electric Vehicles - Part 1 | Lecture 13 - Vehicle Dynamics simulation dynamic equation constant Fte |

Link | NOC:Electric Vehicles - Part 1 | Lecture 14 - Vehicle Dynamics dynamic equation variable Fte |

Link | NOC:Electric Vehicles - Part 1 | Lecture 15 - Vehicle Dynamics simulation dynamic equation variable Fte |

Link | NOC:Electric Vehicles - Part 1 | Lecture 16 - Vehicle Dynamics Modelling and simulation in Simulink |

Link | NOC:Electric Vehicles - Part 1 | Lecture 17 - Summary Electric Vehicles Part 1 Course |

Link | NOC:Electric Vehicles - Part 1 | Lecture 18 - Basics of DC Motor Drive |

Link | NOC:Electric Vehicles - Part 1 | Lecture 19 - Realization of DC Chopper |

Link | NOC:Electric Vehicles - Part 1 | Lecture 20 - Open Loop Operation of Chopper Fed DC Motor Drive |

Link | NOC:Electric Vehicles - Part 1 | Lecture 21 - Review of Control Theory |

Link | NOC:Electric Vehicles - Part 1 | Lecture 22 - Modeling and Current Controller Design for Separately Excited DC Motor Drive |

Link | NOC:Electric Vehicles - Part 1 | Lecture 23 - Speed Controller Design and Performance Evaluation of DC Motor Drive |

Link | NOC:Electric Vehicles - Part 1 | Lecture 24 - Fundamentals of Three Phase Induction Motor |

Link | NOC:Electric Vehicles - Part 1 | Lecture 25 - Equivalent Circuit and Torque-Speed Characteristics of Induction Motor |

Link | NOC:Electric Vehicles - Part 1 | Lecture 26 - Starting and Speed Control of Induction Motor |

Link | NOC:Electric Vehicles - Part 1 | Lecture 27 - Realisation of DC to AC Power Converter |

Link | NOC:Electric Vehicles - Part 1 | Lecture 28 - Impact of Non-Sinusoidal Voltage on Induction Motor |

Link | NOC:Electric Vehicles - Part 1 | Lecture 29 - Selective Harmonic Elimination and Optimal Pulse Width Modulation Techniques |

Link | NOC:Electric Vehicles - Part 1 | Lecture 30 - Switching Energy Losses and Sine-Triangle PWM |

Link | NOC:Electric Vehicles - Part 1 | Lecture 31 - Analysis of Sine-Triangle PWM |

Link | NOC:Electric Vehicles - Part 1 | Lecture 32 - Simulation Studies on Open Loop Induction Motor Drive |

Link | NOC:Power Electronics | Lecture 1 - Introduction to Power Electronics |

Link | NOC:Power Electronics | Lecture 2 - Power Devices: Diodes and SCR |

Link | NOC:Power Electronics | Lecture 3 - Power Devices: SCR, Triac, GTO and BJT |

Link | NOC:Power Electronics | Lecture 4 - Power Devices: BJT, MOSFET and IGBT |

Link | NOC:Power Electronics | Lecture 5 - Single-phase Uncontrolled Rectifiers |

Link | NOC:Power Electronics | Lecture 6 - Single-phase Controlled Rectifiers - I |

Link | NOC:Power Electronics | Lecture 7 - Single-phase Controlled Rectifiers - II |

Link | NOC:Power Electronics | Lecture 8 - Three Phase Rectifiers - I |

Link | NOC:Power Electronics | Lecture 9 - Numericals on devices and Single-phase Rectifiers |

Link | NOC:Power Electronics | Lecture 10 - Three Phase Rectifiers - II |

Link | NOC:Power Electronics | Lecture 11 - Dual Converter and Communication Overlap |

Link | NOC:Power Electronics | Lecture 12 - Communication Overlap - II and AC-AC Converter-Introduction |

Link | NOC:Power Electronics | Lecture 13 - Single-Phase and Three-Phase AC Voltage Controllers |

Link | NOC:Power Electronics | Lecture 14 - Three-Phase AC Voltage Controllers and Cycloconverters |

Link | NOC:Power Electronics | Lecture 15 - Non-Isolated DC-DC Converters - I |

Link | NOC:Power Electronics | Lecture 16 - Non-Isolated DC-DC Converters - II |

Link | NOC:Power Electronics | Lecture 17 - Isolated DC-DC Converters - I |

Link | NOC:Power Electronics | Lecture 18 - Isolated DC-DC Converters - II and Cuk Converters |

Link | NOC:Power Electronics | Lecture 19 - Voltage Source Inverters |

Link | NOC:Power Electronics | Lecture 20 - VSI PWM Techniques - I |

Link | NOC:Power Electronics | Lecture 21 - VSI PWM Techniques - II |

Link | NOC:Power Electronics | Lecture 22 - SPWM and SVM Technique |

Link | NOC:Power Electronics | Lecture 23 - Current Source Inverter |

Link | NOC:Power Electronics | Lecture 24 - Power Electronics Applications |

Link | NOC:Electrical Machines | Lecture 1 - Introduction to Electrical Machines - I |

Link | NOC:Electrical Machines | Lecture 2 - Single-phase and Three-phase AC Circuits, Magnetic circuits |

Link | NOC:Electrical Machines | Lecture 3 - Magnetic Circuit - II |

Link | NOC:Electrical Machines | Lecture 4 - Magnetic Circuit - III |

Link | NOC:Electrical Machines | Lecture 5 - Transformers - Introduction |

Link | NOC:Electrical Machines | Lecture 6 - Transformers - Amp-Turn Balance, Ideal and practical transformers |

Link | NOC:Electrical Machines | Lecture 7 - Transformer Equivalent circuit and Reducing leakage |

Link | NOC:Electrical Machines | Lecture 8 - Transformer equivalent circuit parameter determination |

Link | NOC:Electrical Machines | Lecture 9 - Transformers - Voltage regulation and efficiency |

Link | NOC:Electrical Machines | Lecture 10 - Auto-transformers |

Link | NOC:Electrical Machines | Lecture 11 - PU notation and Intoduction to Instrument transformers |

Link | NOC:Electrical Machines | Lecture 12 - Instrument Transformers and All Day Efficiency |

Link | NOC:Electrical Machines | Lecture 13 - Three Phase Transformers - I |

Link | NOC:Electrical Machines | Lecture 14 - Three Phase Transformers - II |

Link | NOC:Electrical Machines | Lecture 15 - Electromechanical Energy Conversion - I |

Link | NOC:Electrical Machines | Lecture 16 - Electromechanical Energy Conversion - II |

Link | NOC:Electrical Machines | Lecture 17 - Electromechanical Energy Conversion - III |

Link | NOC:Electrical Machines | Lecture 18 - DC Machines-Introduction, Constructional Features |

Link | NOC:Electrical Machines | Lecture 19 - DC Machines - EMF and Torque Equations and Generator Operation |

Link | NOC:Electrical Machines | Lecture 20 - DC Machines - OCC and Load Charactristics Classification |

Link | NOC:Electrical Machines | Lecture 21 - DC Machines - Armature Reaction |

Link | NOC:Electrical Machines | Lecture 22 - DC Machines - Voltage Build-up and Load Characteristics |

Link | NOC:Electrical Machines | Lecture 23 - DC Generator Characteristics and Introduction to DC Motors |

Link | NOC:Electrical Machines | Lecture 24 - DC Motors: Basics and Speed-Torque Relationship |

Link | NOC:Electrical Machines | Lecture 25 - DC Motor: Speed Control (Shunt and Separately Exicited Motor) |

Link | NOC:Electrical Machines | Lecture 26 - DC Motor: Speed Control (Series and Compound Motor) |

Link | NOC:Electrical Machines | Lecture 27 - DC Machine: Starting and Braking |

Link | NOC:Electrical Machines | Lecture 28 - DC Machine: Comutation |

Link | NOC:Electrical Machines | Lecture 29 - 3 Phase Induction Machine: Constructional Features and Principle of Operation |

Link | NOC:Electrical Machines | Lecture 30 - 3 Phase Induction Machine: Equivalent Circuit |

Link | NOC:Electrical Machines | Lecture 31 - 3 Phase Induction Machine: Speed Torque Characteristics |

Link | NOC:Electrical Machines | Lecture 32 - Testing of Induction Motor: OC and SC Test |

Link | NOC:Electrical Machines | Lecture 33 - 3 Phase Induction Machine: Starting Methods |

Link | NOC:Electrical Machines | Lecture 34 - Synchronous Machines: Introduction |

Link | NOC:Electrical Machines | Lecture 35 - Synchronous Machines: Constructional Features |

Link | NOC:Electrical Machines | Lecture 36 - Numerical Session |

Link | NOC:Electrical Machines | Lecture 37 - Synchronization of Alternators |

Link | NOC:Electrical Machines | Lecture 38 - Synchronous Machines: Equivalent Circuit and Phasor Diagram |

Link | NOC:Electrical Machines | Lecture 39 - Synchronous Machines: OC and SC Test |

Link | NOC:Electrical Machines | Lecture 40 - Synchronous Machines: Power Angle Relationship, V and Inverted V Curves |

Link | NOC:Electrical Machines | Lecture 41 - Single Phase Induction Motors |

Link | Special Electromechanical Systems | Lecture 1 - Special Electromechanical Systems (Introduction) |

Link | Special Electromechanical Systems | Lecture 2 - Classification of Machines |

Link | Special Electromechanical Systems | Lecture 3 - Single and Two-Phase Motors |

Link | Special Electromechanical Systems | Lecture 4 - Single-Phase Induction Motors-Analysis |

Link | Special Electromechanical Systems | Lecture 5 - Starting of Single-Phase Induction Motors |

Link | Special Electromechanical Systems | Lecture 6 - Single-Phase Induction Motors Analysis |

Link | Special Electromechanical Systems | Lecture 7 - Induction Motors Analysis by Symmetrical Components |

Link | Special Electromechanical Systems | Lecture 8 - Modelling of 1-Phase Induction Motor (One and Two Windings) |

Link | Special Electromechanical Systems | Lecture 9 - Asymmetrical Induction Motor Generalized Rotating Field Theory |

Link | Special Electromechanical Systems | Lecture 10 - Generalized Rotating Field Theory (Continued...) |

Link | Special Electromechanical Systems | Lecture 11 - Generalized Rotating Field Theory (Continued...) |

Link | Special Electromechanical Systems | Lecture 12 - Generalized Rotating Field Theory (Continued...) |

Link | Special Electromechanical Systems | Lecture 13 - Analysis of Asymmetrical Machine by Generalized Rotating Field Theory |

Link | Special Electromechanical Systems | Lecture 14 - Analysis of Asymmetrical Machine |

Link | Special Electromechanical Systems | Lecture 15 - Analysis of Asymmetrical Induction Machine |

Link | Special Electromechanical Systems | Lecture 16 - Generalised Rotating-Field Theory of Wound Rotor Ind. Machine Having Asymmetry in Stator and Rotor Windings |

Link | Special Electromechanical Systems | Lecture 17 - Generalised Rotating-Field Theory of Wound Rotor Ind. Machine Having Asymmetry in Stator and Rotor Windings (Continued...) |

Link | Special Electromechanical Systems | Lecture 18 - Testing of Small Electrical Machines |

Link | Special Electromechanical Systems | Lecture 19 - Testing of 1-Phase Induction Motors |

Link | Special Electromechanical Systems | Lecture 20 - Variable Reluctance (VR) Motors |

Link | Special Electromechanical Systems | Lecture 21 - Switched Reluctance Motor (Continued...) |

Link | Special Electromechanical Systems | Lecture 22 - Switched Reluctance Motor (Continued...) |

Link | Special Electromechanical Systems | Lecture 23 - Switched Reluctance Motor (Continued...) |

Link | Special Electromechanical Systems | Lecture 24 - Stepper Motors |

Link | Special Electromechanical Systems | Lecture 25 - Stepper Motors (Continued...) |

Link | Special Electromechanical Systems | Lecture 26 - Induction Generators |

Link | Special Electromechanical Systems | Lecture 27 - Induction Generators (Continued...) |

Link | Special Electromechanical Systems | Lecture 28 - Doubly Fed Induction Generators |

Link | Special Electromechanical Systems | Lecture 29 - Self Excited Induction Generators |

Link | Special Electromechanical Systems | Lecture 30 - Self Excited Induction Generators (Continued...) |

Link | Special Electromechanical Systems | Lecture 31 - Permanent Magnet Machines |

Link | Special Electromechanical Systems | Lecture 32 - Squareware Permanent Magnet Brushless Motor Drive |

Link | Special Electromechanical Systems | Lecture 33 - Sine Wave Permanent Magnet Brushless Motor Drives |

Link | Special Electromechanical Systems | Lecture 34 - Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motors |

Link | NOC:High Power Multilevel Converters - Analysis, Design and Operational Issues | Lecture 1 - Basic Understanding of Converter (Introduction to Power Converters) |

Link | NOC:High Power Multilevel Converters - Analysis, Design and Operational Issues | Lecture 2 - Basic Understanding of Converter (Half Bridge and Full Bridge Circuit Operation) |

Link | NOC:High Power Multilevel Converters - Analysis, Design and Operational Issues | Lecture 3 - Basic Understanding of Converter (Sinusoidal Pulse width Modulation and Three Phase Circuit) |

Link | NOC:High Power Multilevel Converters - Analysis, Design and Operational Issues | Lecture 4 - Basic Understanding of Converter (Harmonics in Sinusoidal PWM) |

Link | NOC:High Power Multilevel Converters - Analysis, Design and Operational Issues | Lecture 5 - Third harmonic addition in Sine PWM |

Link | NOC:High Power Multilevel Converters - Analysis, Design and Operational Issues | Lecture 6 - Introduction to Space Vectors |

Link | NOC:High Power Multilevel Converters - Analysis, Design and Operational Issues | Lecture 7 - Space Vector PWM - Timing Calculation |

Link | NOC:High Power Multilevel Converters - Analysis, Design and Operational Issues | Lecture 8 - Space Vector PWM - Switching Sequence |

Link | NOC:High Power Multilevel Converters - Analysis, Design and Operational Issues | Lecture 9 - Space Vector PWM - Using Carriers |

Link | NOC:High Power Multilevel Converters - Analysis, Design and Operational Issues | Lecture 10 - Basic Introduction to Power Devices |

Link | NOC:High Power Multilevel Converters - Analysis, Design and Operational Issues | Lecture 11 - Introduction to Multilevel Converters |

Link | NOC:High Power Multilevel Converters - Analysis, Design and Operational Issues | Lecture 12 - Cascaded H-bridge Multilevel Converters |

Link | NOC:High Power Multilevel Converters - Analysis, Design and Operational Issues | Lecture 13 - Output Voltage Waveform Synthesis in CHB Converter and Basic of Asymmetrical CHB Converters |

Link | NOC:High Power Multilevel Converters - Analysis, Design and Operational Issues | Lecture 14 - Cascaded H-Bridge Converters: Phase-Shifted PWM |

Link | NOC:High Power Multilevel Converters - Analysis, Design and Operational Issues | Lecture 15 - Cascaded H-Bridge Converters: Level-Shifted PWM |

Link | NOC:High Power Multilevel Converters - Analysis, Design and Operational Issues | Lecture 16 - Fault Tolerant Operation of Cascaded H-Bridge Converter - Part I |

Link | NOC:High Power Multilevel Converters - Analysis, Design and Operational Issues | Lecture 17 - Fault Tolerant Operation of Cascaded H-Bridge Converter - Part II |

Link | NOC:High Power Multilevel Converters - Analysis, Design and Operational Issues | Lecture 18 - Modular Multilevel Converter - Topology and Operation |

Link | NOC:High Power Multilevel Converters - Analysis, Design and Operational Issues | Lecture 19 - Modular Multilevel Converter - Arm and Cell Voltage Ratings |

Link | NOC:High Power Multilevel Converters - Analysis, Design and Operational Issues | Lecture 20 - Modular Multilevel Converter - Arm Currents |

Link | NOC:High Power Multilevel Converters - Analysis, Design and Operational Issues | Lecture 21 - Modular Multilevel Converter - Arm Energy Balancing |

Link | NOC:High Power Multilevel Converters - Analysis, Design and Operational Issues | Lecture 22 - Modular Multilevel Converter - Different Circuit Topologies |

Link | NOC:High Power Multilevel Converters - Analysis, Design and Operational Issues | Lecture 23 - Modular Multilevel Converter - PWM Technique and Capacitor Voltage Balancing |

Link | NOC:High Power Multilevel Converters - Analysis, Design and Operational Issues | Lecture 24 - Modular Multilevel Converter - Fault Tolerant Operation and Commercial Production |

Link | NOC:High Power Multilevel Converters - Analysis, Design and Operational Issues | Lecture 25 - Design of Components in MMC |

Link | NOC:High Power Multilevel Converters - Analysis, Design and Operational Issues | Lecture 26 - Neutral Point Clamped Converter - Circuit Topology - Part I |

Link | NOC:High Power Multilevel Converters - Analysis, Design and Operational Issues | Lecture 27 - Neutral Point Clamped Converter - Circuit Topology - Part II |

Link | NOC:High Power Multilevel Converters - Analysis, Design and Operational Issues | Lecture 28 - Neutral Point Clamped Converter - Space Vector Diagram |

Link | NOC:High Power Multilevel Converters - Analysis, Design and Operational Issues | Lecture 29 - Neutral Point Clamped Converter - Space Vector PWM |

Link | NOC:High Power Multilevel Converters - Analysis, Design and Operational Issues | Lecture 30 - NPC - Sinusoidal PWM and Space Vector PWM using Single Carrier Strategy |

Link | NOC:High Power Multilevel Converters - Analysis, Design and Operational Issues | Lecture 31 - Neutral Point Clamped Converter - Mid-point Voltage Fluctuations |

Link | NOC:High Power Multilevel Converters - Analysis, Design and Operational Issues | Lecture 32 - Neutral Point Clamped Converter - Capacitor Voltage Balancing |

Link | NOC:High Power Multilevel Converters - Analysis, Design and Operational Issues | Lecture 33 - Neutral Point Clamped Converter - Another Strategy of Capacitor Voltage Balancing |

Link | NOC:High Power Multilevel Converters - Analysis, Design and Operational Issues | Lecture 34 - Other Topologies of NPC Converters - Higher Level NPC, TNPC and Active NPC |

Link | NOC:High Power Multilevel Converters - Analysis, Design and Operational Issues | Lecture 35 - Multipulse Transformer - Part I |

Link | NOC:High Power Multilevel Converters - Analysis, Design and Operational Issues | Lecture 36 - Multipulse Transformer - Part II |

Link | NOC:High Power Multilevel Converters - Analysis, Design and Operational Issues | Lecture 37 - A Case Study on MMC and CHB |

Link | NOC:High Power Multilevel Converters - Analysis, Design and Operational Issues | Lecture 38 - Basics of Gate Driver Circuits |

Link | NOC:High Power Multilevel Converters - Analysis, Design and Operational Issues | Lecture 39 - Gate Driver Circuits - Turn-on and Turn-off Process |

Link | NOC:High Power Multilevel Converters - Analysis, Design and Operational Issues | Lecture 40 - Gate Driver Circuits - Features of Gate Drivers and Basics of Bootstrap Functionality |

Link | NOC:High Power Multilevel Converters - Analysis, Design and Operational Issues | Lecture 41 - Condition Monitoring of Converters |

Link | NOC:High Power Multilevel Converters - Analysis, Design and Operational Issues | Lecture 42 - Other Converter Topologies |

Link | NOC:High Power Multilevel Converters - Analysis, Design and Operational Issues | Lecture 43 - Summary of the Course |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Embedded System Design | Lecture 1 - Introduction |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Embedded System Design | Lecture 2 - Introduction continued with Project demos |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Embedded System Design | Lecture 3 - Modular Approach to ESD |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Embedded System Design | Lecture 4 - Modular Approach to ESD (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Embedded System Design | Lecture 5 - Salient Features of Modern Microcontrollers |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Embedded System Design | Lecture 6 - Salient Features of Modern Microcontrollers (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Embedded System Design | Lecture 7 - Elements of Microcontroller Ecosystem |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Embedded System Design | Lecture 8 - Elements of Microcontroller Ecosystem (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Embedded System Design | Lecture 9 - Power Supply for Embedded Systems |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Embedded System Design | Lecture 10 - Power Supply for Embedded Systems (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Embedded System Design | Lecture 11 - Introduction to MSP430 |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Embedded System Design | Lecture 12 - MSP430 Architecture |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Embedded System Design | Lecture 13 - MSP430 Architecture- (Continued...) And Introduction to Lunchbox |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Embedded System Design | Lecture 14 - Programming Methods for MSP430 |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Embedded System Design | Lecture 15 - Physical Interfacing - 1 |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Embedded System Design | Lecture 16 - Physical Interfacing - 2 |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Embedded System Design | Lecture 17 - Physical Interfacing - 3 |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Embedded System Design | Lecture 18 - Physical Interfacing - 4 |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Embedded System Design | Lecture 19 - Physical Interfacing - 5 |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Embedded System Design | Lecture 20 - Physical Interfacing - 6 |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Embedded System Design | Lecture 21 - GIT, CCS Installation and Embedded C |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Embedded System Design | Lecture 22 - MSP430 Digital I/O |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Embedded System Design | Lecture 23 - MSP430 Digital I/O: Switch Interfacing |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Embedded System Design | Lecture 24 - MSP430 Clock System and Reset |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Embedded System Design | Lecture 25 - Interrupts in MSP430 |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Embedded System Design | Lecture 26 - Interrupts in MSP430 (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Embedded System Design | Lecture 27 - Interfacing Seven Segment Displays with MSP430; Low Power Modes in MSP430 |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Embedded System Design | Lecture 28 - Interfacing Liquid Crystal Displays (LCD) |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Embedded System Design | Lecture 29 - MSP430 Timer Module: Introduction and Timer Capture |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Embedded System Design | Lecture 30 - Pulse Width Modulation, PWM using Timer Capture |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Embedded System Design | Lecture 31 - Analog to Digital Converter in the MSP430 |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Embedded System Design | Lecture 32 - ADC and DAC using R2R Ladder and Random number generation using LFSR |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Embedded System Design | Lecture 33 - Serial Communication Protocols, USCI Module in MSP430 |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Embedded System Design | Lecture 34 - MSP430 Timer in Capture Mode |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Embedded System Design | Lecture 35 - Coding Ninja |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Embedded System Design | Lecture 36 - Building an Electronics Project |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Embedded System Design | Lecture 37 - Circuit Prototyping Techniques |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Embedded System Design | Lecture 38 - Single Purpose Computers |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Embedded System Design | Lecture 39 - Single Purpose Computers (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Embedded System Design | Lecture 40 - Recap of Course Coverage and Project Demonstration from Concept to Final |

Link | NOC:Power Quality | Lecture 1 - Power Quality - An Introduction |

Link | NOC:Power Quality | Lecture 2 - Power Quality Standards and Monitoring |

Link | NOC:Power Quality | Lecture 3 - Power Quality Standards and Monitoring (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Power Quality | Lecture 4 - Passive Shunt and Series Compensations |

Link | NOC:Power Quality | Lecture 5 - Passive Shunt and Series Compensations (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Power Quality | Lecture 6 - Passive Shunt and Series Compensations (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Power Quality | Lecture 7 - Active Shunt Compensation |

Link | NOC:Power Quality | Lecture 8 - Active Shunt Compensation (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Power Quality | Lecture 9 - Active Shunt Compensation (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Power Quality | Lecture 10 - Active Series Compensation |

Link | NOC:Power Quality | Lecture 11 - Active Series Compensation (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Power Quality | Lecture 12 - Unified Power Quality Compensators |

Link | NOC:Power Quality | Lecture 13 - Unified Power Quality Compensators (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Power Quality | Lecture 14 - Unified Power Quality Compensators (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Power Quality | Lecture 15 - Loads Which Cause Power Quality Problems |

Link | NOC:Power Quality | Lecture 16 - Loads Which Cause Power Quality Problems (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Power Quality | Lecture 17 - Passive Power Filters |

Link | NOC:Power Quality | Lecture 18 - Passive Power Filters (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Power Quality | Lecture 19 - Passive Power Filters (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Power Quality | Lecture 20 - Shunt Active Power Filters |

Link | NOC:Power Quality | Lecture 21 - Shunt Active Power Filters (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Power Quality | Lecture 22 - Shunt Active Power Filters (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Power Quality | Lecture 23 - Active Series Power Filters |

Link | NOC:Power Quality | Lecture 24 - Active Series Power Filters (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Power Quality | Lecture 25 - Active Series Power Filters (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Power Quality | Lecture 26 - Hybrid Power Filters |

Link | NOC:Power Quality | Lecture 27 - Hybrid Power Filters (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Power Quality | Lecture 28 - Hybrid Power Filters (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Power Quality | Lecture 29 - AC-DC Converters That Cause Power Quality |

Link | NOC:Power Quality | Lecture 30 - Improved Power Quality Converters - AC-DC Boost Converters |

Link | NOC:Power Quality | Lecture 31 - Improved Power Quality Converters - AC-DC Boost Converters (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Power Quality | Lecture 32 - Improved Power Quality Converters - AC-DC Buck Converters |

Link | NOC:Power Quality | Lecture 33 - Improved Power Quality Converters - AC-DC Buck-Boost Converters |

Link | NOC:Power Quality | Lecture 34 - Improved Power Quality Converters - AC-DC Buck-Boost Converters (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Power Quality | Lecture 35 - Improved Power Quality Converters - AC-DC Buck-Boost Converters (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Power Quality | Lecture 36 - Three Phase AC-DC Improved Power Quality Converters |

Link | NOC:Power Quality | Lecture 37 - Multipulse Converters |

Link | NOC:Power Quality | Lecture 38 - Multipulse Converters (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Power Quality | Lecture 39 - Multipulse Converters (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Power Quality | Lecture 40 - Power Quality Improvement in Solar Energy Conversion System |

Link | NOC:Power Quality | Lecture 41 - Power Quality Improvement in Solar Energy Conversion System (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Power Quality | Lecture 42 - Power Quality Improvement in Wind Energy Conversion System |

Link | NOC:Power Quality | Lecture 43 - Power Quality Improvement in Diesel Generator Set Based Power Supply System |

Link | NOC:Power Quality | Lecture 44 - Power Quality Improvement in Diesel Generator Set Based Power Supply System (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Power Quality | Lecture 45 - Power Quality Improvement in Distributed Generation Sources Based Microgrids |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Electrical Engineering | Lecture 1 |

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Link | NOC:Transducers for Instrumentation | Lecture 1 |

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Link | NOC:Transducers for Instrumentation | Lecture 27 |

Link | NOC:Transducers for Instrumentation | Lecture 28 |

Link | NOC:Transducers for Instrumentation | Lecture 29 |

Link | NOC:Transducers for Instrumentation | Lecture 30 |

Link | NOC:Transducers for Instrumentation | Lecture 31 |

Link | NOC:Transducers for Instrumentation | Lecture 32 |

Link | NOC:Transducers for Instrumentation | Lecture 33 |

Link | NOC:Transducers for Instrumentation | Lecture 34 |

Link | NOC:Transducers for Instrumentation | Lecture 35 |

Link | NOC:Transducers for Instrumentation | Lecture 36 |

Link | NOC:Computer-Aided Design of Electrical Machines | Lecture 1 - Course Outline and Introduction |

Link | NOC:Computer-Aided Design of Electrical Machines | Lecture 2 - Fundamental - I |

Link | NOC:Computer-Aided Design of Electrical Machines | Lecture 3 - Equivalent Circuit Approach to Design |

Link | NOC:Computer-Aided Design of Electrical Machines | Lecture 4 - Transformer Design - I |

Link | NOC:Computer-Aided Design of Electrical Machines | Lecture 5 - Transformer Design - II |

Link | NOC:Computer-Aided Design of Electrical Machines | Lecture 6 - Transformer Design - III |

Link | NOC:Computer-Aided Design of Electrical Machines | Lecture 7 - Transformer Design - IV |

Link | NOC:Computer-Aided Design of Electrical Machines | Lecture 8 - Windings in Electrical Machines |

Link | NOC:Computer-Aided Design of Electrical Machines | Lecture 9 - Design of DC Machine - I |

Link | NOC:Computer-Aided Design of Electrical Machines | Lecture 10 - Design of DC Machine - II |

Link | NOC:Computer-Aided Design of Electrical Machines | Lecture 11 - Design of DC Machine - III |

Link | NOC:Computer-Aided Design of Electrical Machines | Lecture 12 - Design of Three-Phase Induction Motors - I |

Link | NOC:Computer-Aided Design of Electrical Machines | Lecture 13 - Design of Three-Phase Induction Motors - II |

Link | NOC:Computer-Aided Design of Electrical Machines | Lecture 14 - Design of Three-Phase Induction Motors - III |

Link | NOC:Computer-Aided Design of Electrical Machines | Lecture 15 - Design of Three-Phase Induction Motors - IV |

Link | NOC:Computer-Aided Design of Electrical Machines | Lecture 16 - Design of Single-Phase Induction Machine - I |

Link | NOC:Computer-Aided Design of Electrical Machines | Lecture 17 - Design of Single-Phase Induction Machine - II |

Link | NOC:Computer-Aided Design of Electrical Machines | Lecture 18 - Design of Single-Phase Induction Machine - III |

Link | NOC:Computer-Aided Design of Electrical Machines | Lecture 19 - Design of Three-Phase Synchronous Machines - I |

Link | NOC:Computer-Aided Design of Electrical Machines | Lecture 20 - Design of Three-Phase Synchronous Machines - II |

Link | NOC:Computer-Aided Design of Electrical Machines | Lecture 21 - Design of Three-Phase Synchronous Machines - III |

Link | NOC:Computer-Aided Design of Electrical Machines | Lecture 22 - Design of Three-Phase Synchronous Machines - IV |

Link | NOC:Computer-Aided Design of Electrical Machines | Lecture 23 - Design of Synchronous Reluctance Machines - I |

Link | NOC:Computer-Aided Design of Electrical Machines | Lecture 24 - Design of Synchronous Reluctance Machines - II |

Link | NOC:Computer-Aided Design of Electrical Machines | Lecture 25 - Design of Synchronous Reluctance Machines - III |

Link | NOC:Computer-Aided Design of Electrical Machines | Lecture 26 - Design of Brushless PM Machines - I |

Link | NOC:Computer-Aided Design of Electrical Machines | Lecture 27 - Design of Brushless PM Machines - II |

Link | NOC:Computer-Aided Design of Electrical Machines | Lecture 28 - Design of Brushless PM Machines - III |

Link | NOC:Computer-Aided Design of Electrical Machines | Lecture 29 - Design of Brushless PM Machines - IV |

Link | NOC:Computer-Aided Design of Electrical Machines | Lecture 30 - Design of Brushless PM Machines - V |

Link | NOC:Computer-Aided Design of Electrical Machines | Lecture 31 - Design of Switched Reluctance Machines - I |

Link | NOC:Computer-Aided Design of Electrical Machines | Lecture 32 - Design of Switched Reluctance Machines - II |

Link | NOC:Computer-Aided Design of Electrical Machines | Lecture 33 - Design of Switched Reluctance Machines - III |

Link | NOC:Computer-Aided Design of Electrical Machines | Lecture 34 - Design of Stepper Machines - I |

Link | NOC:Computer-Aided Design of Electrical Machines | Lecture 35 - Design of Stepper Machines - II |

Link | NOC:Computer-Aided Design of Electrical Machines | Lecture 36 - Design of Axial Flux Machines - I |

Link | NOC:Computer-Aided Design of Electrical Machines | Lecture 37 - Design of Axial Flux Machines - II |

Link | NOC:Computer-Aided Design of Electrical Machines | Lecture 38 - Computer Aided Design and Analysis Method - I |

Link | NOC:Computer-Aided Design of Electrical Machines | Lecture 39 - Computer Aided Design and Analysis Method - II |

Link | NOC:Computer-Aided Design of Electrical Machines | Lecture 40 - Case Studies and Tutorials - I and II |

Link | NOC:Computer-Aided Design of Electrical Machines | Lecture 41 - Tutorial-III : Determination of Transformer Operating Point |

Link | NOC:Computer-Aided Design of Electrical Machines | Lecture 42 - Tutorial-IV |

Link | Advanced Control Systems | Lecture 1 - Introduction |

Link | Advanced Control Systems | Lecture 2 - Control structures and performance measures |

Link | Advanced Control Systems | Lecture 3 - Time and frequency domain performance measures |

Link | Advanced Control Systems | Lecture 4 - Design of controller |

Link | Advanced Control Systems | Lecture 5 - Design of controller for SISO system |

Link | Advanced Control Systems | Lecture 6 - Controller design for TITO processes |

Link | Advanced Control Systems | Lecture 7 - Limitations of PID controllers |

Link | Advanced Control Systems | Lecture 8 - PI-PD controller for SISO system |

Link | Advanced Control Systems | Lecture 9 - PID-P controller for Two Input Two Output system |

Link | Advanced Control Systems | Lecture 10 - Effects of measurement noise and load |

Link | Advanced Control Systems | Lecture 11 - Identification of dynamic models of plants |

Link | Advanced Control Systems | Lecture 12 - Relay control system for identification |

Link | Advanced Control Systems | Lecture 13 - Off-line identification of process dynamics |

Link | Advanced Control Systems | Lecture 14 - On-line identification of plant dynamics |

Link | Advanced Control Systems | Lecture 15 - State space based identification |

Link | Advanced Control Systems | Lecture 16 - State space analysis of systems |

Link | Advanced Control Systems | Lecture 17 - State space based identification of systems - 1 |

Link | Advanced Control Systems | Lecture 18 - State space based identification of systems - 2 |

Link | Advanced Control Systems | Lecture 19 - Identification of simple systems |

Link | Advanced Control Systems | Lecture 20 - Identification of FOPDT model |

Link | Advanced Control Systems | Lecture 21 - Identification of second order plus dead time model |

Link | Advanced Control Systems | Lecture 22 - Identification of SOPDT model |

Link | Advanced Control Systems | Lecture 23 - Steady state gain from asymmetrical relay test |

Link | Advanced Control Systems | Lecture 24 - Identification of SOPDT model with pole multiplicity |

Link | Advanced Control Systems | Lecture 25 - Existence of limit cycle for unstable system |

Link | Advanced Control Systems | Lecture 26 - Identification procedures |

Link | Advanced Control Systems | Lecture 27 - Identification of underdamped systems |

Link | Advanced Control Systems | Lecture 28 - Off-line identification of TITO systems |

Link | Advanced Control Systems | Lecture 29 - On-line identification of TITO systems |

Link | Advanced Control Systems | Lecture 30 - Review of time domain based identification |

Link | Advanced Control Systems | Lecture 31 - DF based analytical expressions for on-line identification |

Link | Advanced Control Systems | Lecture 32 - Model parameter accuracy and sensitivity |

Link | Advanced Control Systems | Lecture 33 - Improved identification using Fourier series and wavelet transform |

Link | Advanced Control Systems | Lecture 34 - Reviews of DF based identification |

Link | Advanced Control Systems | Lecture 35 - Advanced Smith predictor controller |

Link | Advanced Control Systems | Lecture 36 - Design of controllers for the advanced Smith predictor |

Link | Advanced Control Systems | Lecture 37 - Model-free controller design |

Link | Advanced Control Systems | Lecture 38 - Model Based PID controller Design - I |

Link | Advanced Control Systems | Lecture 39 - Model Based PI-PD controller Design - II |

Link | Advanced Control Systems | Lecture 40 - Tuning of reconfigurable PID controllers |

Link | NOC:Optimization Techniques for Digital VLSI Design | Lecture 1 - Introduction to Digital VLSI Design Flow |

Link | NOC:Optimization Techniques for Digital VLSI Design | Lecture 2 - High-level Synthesis (HLS) flow with an example |

Link | NOC:Optimization Techniques for Digital VLSI Design | Lecture 3 - Automation of High-level Synthesis Steps |

Link | NOC:Optimization Techniques for Digital VLSI Design | Lecture 4 - Impact of Coding Style on HLS Results |

Link | NOC:Optimization Techniques for Digital VLSI Design | Lecture 5 - Impact of Compiler Optimizations on HLS Results |

Link | NOC:Optimization Techniques for Digital VLSI Design | Lecture 6 - RTL Optimizations for Timing |

Link | NOC:Optimization Techniques for Digital VLSI Design | Lecture 7 - Retiming |

Link | NOC:Optimization Techniques for Digital VLSI Design | Lecture 8 - RTL Optimizations for Area |

Link | NOC:Optimization Techniques for Digital VLSI Design | Lecture 9 - RTL Optimizations for Power |

Link | NOC:Optimization Techniques for Digital VLSI Design | Lecture 10 - High Level Synthesis: Introduction to Logic Synthesis |

Link | NOC:Optimization Techniques for Digital VLSI Design | Lecture 11 - Overview of FPGA Technology Mapping |

Link | NOC:Optimization Techniques for Digital VLSI Design | Lecture 12 - Introduction to Physical Synthesis |

Link | NOC:Optimization Techniques for Digital VLSI Design | Lecture 13 - Introduction to Digital VLSI Testing - I |

Link | NOC:Optimization Techniques for Digital VLSI Design | Lecture 14 - Introduction to Digital VLSI Testing - II |

Link | NOC:Optimization Techniques for Digital VLSI Design | Lecture 15 - Optimization Techniques for ATPG - Part I |

Link | NOC:Optimization Techniques for Digital VLSI Design | Lecture 16 - Optimization Techniques for ATPG - Part II |

Link | NOC:Optimization Techniques for Digital VLSI Design | Lecture 17 - Optimization Techniques for Design for Testability |

Link | NOC:Optimization Techniques for Digital VLSI Design | Lecture 18 - High-level fault modeling and RTL level Testing |

Link | NOC:Optimization Techniques for Digital VLSI Design | Lecture 19 - LTL/CTL based Verification |

Link | NOC:Optimization Techniques for Digital VLSI Design | Lecture 20 - Verification of Large Scale Systems |

Link | NOC:Optimization Techniques for Digital VLSI Design | Lecture 21 - BDD based verification |

Link | NOC:Optimization Techniques for Digital VLSI Design | Lecture 22 - Verification: ADD based verification, HDD based verification |

Link | NOC:Optimization Techniques for Digital VLSI Design | Lecture 23 - Verification: Symbolic Model Checking |

Link | NOC:Optimization Techniques for Digital VLSI Design | Lecture 24 - Verification: Bounded Model Checking |

Link | NOC:Advanced Topics in Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 1 - Probability Basics |

Link | NOC:Advanced Topics in Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 2 - Random Variable - I |

Link | NOC:Advanced Topics in Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 3 - Random Variable - II |

Link | NOC:Advanced Topics in Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 4 - Random Vectors and Random Processes |

Link | NOC:Advanced Topics in Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 5 - Infinite Sequence of Events - I |

Link | NOC:Advanced Topics in Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 6 - Infinite Sequence of Events - II |

Link | NOC:Advanced Topics in Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 7 - Convergence of Sequence of Random Variables |

Link | NOC:Advanced Topics in Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 8 - Weak Convergence - I |

Link | NOC:Advanced Topics in Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 9 - Weak Convergence - II |

Link | NOC:Advanced Topics in Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 10 - Laws of Large Numbers |

Link | NOC:Advanced Topics in Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 11 - Central Limit Theorem |

Link | NOC:Advanced Topics in Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 12 - Large Deviation Theory |

Link | NOC:Advanced Topics in Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 13 - Crammer's Theorem for Large Deviation |

Link | NOC:Advanced Topics in Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 14 - Introduction to Markov Processes |

Link | NOC:Advanced Topics in Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 15 - Discrete Time Markov Chain - 1 |

Link | NOC:Advanced Topics in Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 16 - Discrete Time Markov Chain - 2 |

Link | NOC:Advanced Topics in Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 17 - Discrete Time Markov Chain - 3 |

Link | NOC:Advanced Topics in Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 18 - Discrete Time Markov Chain - 4 |

Link | NOC:Advanced Topics in Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 19 - Discrete Time Markov Chain - 5 |

Link | NOC:Advanced Topics in Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 20 - Continuous Time Markov Chain - 1 |

Link | NOC:Advanced Topics in Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 21 - Continuous Time Markov Chain - 2 |

Link | NOC:Advanced Topics in Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 22 - Continuous Time Markov Chain - 3 |

Link | NOC:Advanced Topics in Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 23 - Martingale Process - 1 |

Link | NOC:Advanced Topics in Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 24 - Martingale Process - 2 |

Link | NOC:Microwave Engineering | Lecture 1 - Introduction to Microwave Engineering |

Link | NOC:Microwave Engineering | Lecture 2 - Introduction to Transmission Line Theory |

Link | NOC:Microwave Engineering | Lecture 3 - Lossy Transmission Line |

Link | NOC:Microwave Engineering | Lecture 4 - Smith Chart |

Link | NOC:Microwave Engineering | Lecture 5 - Introduction to Waveguides and Rectangular Waveguide |

Link | NOC:Microwave Engineering | Lecture 6 - Circular Waveguide |

Link | NOC:Microwave Engineering | Lecture 7 - Attenuation Waveguide |

Link | NOC:Microwave Engineering | Lecture 8 - N-port microwave networks and equivalent voltages and currents |

Link | NOC:Microwave Engineering | Lecture 9 - Scattering Matrix (S-Parameters) Part-1 |

Link | NOC:Microwave Engineering | Lecture 10 - Scattering Matrix (S-parameters) Part-2 and Transmission Matrix (ABCD-Parameters) |

Link | NOC:Microwave Engineering | Lecture 11 - Impedance Matching Using L-Section and Series Stub Networks |

Link | NOC:Microwave Engineering | Lecture 12 - Impedance Matching Using Shunt Stub, Double Stub and Quarter wave Transformer |

Link | NOC:Microwave Engineering | Lecture 13 - Multisection Matching Networks and Tapered Lines |

Link | NOC:Microwave Engineering | Lecture 14 - Series and Parallel RLC Resonators |

Link | NOC:Microwave Engineering | Lecture 15 - Transmission Line Resonators |

Link | NOC:Microwave Engineering | Lecture 16 - Waveguide Resonators |

Link | NOC:Microwave Engineering | Lecture 17 - Introduction to power dividers |

Link | NOC:Microwave Engineering | Lecture 18 - Directional couplers |

Link | NOC:Microwave Engineering | Lecture 19 - Microwave Filters - Part 1 |

Link | NOC:Microwave Engineering | Lecture 20 - Microwave Filters - Part 2 |

Link | NOC:Microwave Engineering | Lecture 21 - Characteristics of Microwave BJT and FET |

Link | NOC:Microwave Engineering | Lecture 22 - PIN Diodes and Control Circuits |

Link | NOC:Microwave Engineering | Lecture 23 - Schottky Diodes and Detectors and Tunnel Diodes |

Link | NOC:Microwave Engineering | Lecture 24 - Gunn Diodes, IMPATT Diodes and Varactor Diodes |

Link | NOC:Microwave Engineering | Lecture 25 - Two-Port Power Gain and Stability |

Link | NOC:Microwave Engineering | Lecture 26 - Design of single stage transistor amplifier (for maximum gain, specified gain, low noise) |

Link | NOC:Microwave Engineering | Lecture 27 - RF oscillator |

Link | NOC:Microwave Engineering | Lecture 28 - Limitations of Conventional Tubes at Microwave Ranges |

Link | NOC:Microwave Engineering | Lecture 29 - Introduction to Klystron |

Link | NOC:Microwave Engineering | Lecture 30 - Reflex Klystron, Magnetron and TWT |

Link | NOC:Microwave Engineering | Lecture 31 - Ferrite Devices |

Link | NOC:Microwave Engineering | Lecture 32 - Planar transmission lines for MIC |

Link | NOC:Microwave Engineering | Lecture 33 - Lumped elements for MIC |

Link | NOC:Microwave Engineering | Lecture 34 - Lumped inductor, HMIC and MMIC |

Link | NOC:Microwave Engineering | Lecture 35 - Overview of Radar |

Link | NOC:Microwave Engineering | Lecture 36 - Cellular Communication |

Link | NOC:Microwave Engineering | Lecture 37 - Satellite Communication and Applications of Microwave |

Link | NOC:Microprocessors and Interfacing | Lecture 1 - Microprocessor Operations |

Link | NOC:Microprocessors and Interfacing | Lecture 2 - 8086 Flags |

Link | NOC:Microprocessors and Interfacing | Lecture 3 - Functional Diagram of 8086 |

Link | NOC:Microprocessors and Interfacing | Lecture 4 - 8086 Common and Minimum Mode Signals |

Link | NOC:Microprocessors and Interfacing | Lecture 5 - 8086 Maximum Mode Signals |

Link | NOC:Microprocessors and Interfacing | Lecture 6 - 8086 Data Transfer Instructions |

Link | NOC:Microprocessors and Interfacing | Lecture 7 - 8086 Arithmetic Instructions - I |

Link | NOC:Microprocessors and Interfacing | Lecture 8 - 8086 Arithmetic Instructions - II |

Link | NOC:Microprocessors and Interfacing | Lecture 9 - 8086 Logical Instructions |

Link | NOC:Microprocessors and Interfacing | Lecture 10 - 8086 Branch and String Instructions |

Link | NOC:Microprocessors and Interfacing | Lecture 11 - 8086 Interrupt and Machine Control Instructions |

Link | NOC:Microprocessors and Interfacing | Lecture 12 - Sum of Products, Multi-byte addition |

Link | NOC:Microprocessors and Interfacing | Lecture 13 - Largest number, 2's complement Programs |

Link | NOC:Microprocessors and Interfacing | Lecture 14 - Programs on Subroutines |

Link | NOC:Microprocessors and Interfacing | Lecture 15 - ROM, RAM |

Link | NOC:Microprocessors and Interfacing | Lecture 16 - Example I |

Link | NOC:Microprocessors and Interfacing | Lecture 17 - Example II |

Link | NOC:Microprocessors and Interfacing | Lecture 18 - Architecture, Interfacing to Simple I/O |

Link | NOC:Microprocessors and Interfacing | Lecture 19 - Keyboard Interface |

Link | NOC:Microprocessors and Interfacing | Lecture 20 - 7-segment Display Interface |

Link | NOC:Microprocessors and Interfacing | Lecture 21 - Multiplexed 7-sgment Display Interface |

Link | NOC:Microprocessors and Interfacing | Lecture 22 - Stepper motor, Liquid level control |

Link | NOC:Microprocessors and Interfacing | Lecture 23 - Traffic light control, A/D converter |

Link | NOC:Microprocessors and Interfacing | Lecture 24 - D/A converter |

Link | NOC:Microprocessors and Interfacing | Lecture 25 - Electronic weighing machine |

Link | NOC:Microprocessors and Interfacing | Lecture 26 - Programable Interval Timer (8254) |

Link | NOC:Microprocessors and Interfacing | Lecture 27 - Modes of 8254 |

Link | NOC:Microprocessors and Interfacing | Lecture 28 - Architecture of 8259 |

Link | NOC:Microprocessors and Interfacing | Lecture 29 - Initialization command words of 8259 |

Link | NOC:Microprocessors and Interfacing | Lecture 30 - Operational command words of 8259 |

Link | NOC:Microprocessors and Interfacing | Lecture 31 - 8237 Architecture, interfacing and Programming |

Link | NOC:Microprocessors and Interfacing | Lecture 32 - Basic Concepts of serial I/O |

Link | NOC:Microprocessors and Interfacing | Lecture 33 - Basic Concepts of serial I/O (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Microprocessors and Interfacing | Lecture 34 - Architecture of 8251 |

Link | NOC:Statistical Signal Processing | Lecture 1 - Overview of Statistical Signal Processing |

Link | NOC:Statistical Signal Processing | Lecture 2 - Probability and Random Variables |

Link | NOC:Statistical Signal Processing | Lecture 3 - Linear Algebra of Random Variables |

Link | NOC:Statistical Signal Processing | Lecture 4 - Random Processes |

Link | NOC:Statistical Signal Processing | Lecture 5 - Linear Shift Invariant Systems with Random Inputs |

Link | NOC:Statistical Signal Processing | Lecture 6 - White Noise and Spectral Factorization Theorem |

Link | NOC:Statistical Signal Processing | Lecture 7 - Linear Models of Random Signals |

Link | NOC:Statistical Signal Processing | Lecture 8 - Estimation Theory - 1 |

Link | NOC:Statistical Signal Processing | Lecture 9 - Estimation Theory - 2: MVUE and Cramer Rao Lower Bound |

Link | NOC:Statistical Signal Processing | Lecture 10 - Cramer Rao Lower Bound 2 |

Link | NOC:Statistical Signal Processing | Lecture 11 - MVUE through Sufficient Statistic - 1 |

Link | NOC:Statistical Signal Processing | Lecture 12 - MVUE through Sufficient Statistic - 2 |

Link | NOC:Statistical Signal Processing | Lecture 13 - Method of Moments and Maximum Likelihood Estimators |

Link | NOC:Statistical Signal Processing | Lecture 14 - Properties of Maximum Likelihood Estimator (MLE) |

Link | NOC:Statistical Signal Processing | Lecture 15 - Bayesian Estimators - 1 |

Link | NOC:Statistical Signal Processing | Lecture 16 - Bayesian Estimators - 2 |

Link | NOC:Statistical Signal Processing | Lecture 17 - Optimal linear filters: Wiener Filter |

Link | NOC:Statistical Signal Processing | Lecture 18 - FIR Wiener filter |

Link | NOC:Statistical Signal Processing | Lecture 19 - Non-Causual IIR Wiener Filter |

Link | NOC:Statistical Signal Processing | Lecture 20 - Causal IIR Wiener Filter |

Link | NOC:Statistical Signal Processing | Lecture 21 - Linear Prediction of Signals - 1 |

Link | NOC:Statistical Signal Processing | Lecture 22 - Linear Prediction of Signals - 2 |

Link | NOC:Statistical Signal Processing | Lecture 23 - Linear Prediction of Signals - 3 |

Link | NOC:Statistical Signal Processing | Lecture 24 - Review Assignment - 1 |

Link | NOC:Statistical Signal Processing | Lecture 25 - Adaptive Filters - 1 |

Link | NOC:Statistical Signal Processing | Lecture 26 - Adaptive Filters - 2 |

Link | NOC:Statistical Signal Processing | Lecture 27 - Adaptive Filters - 3 |

Link | NOC:Statistical Signal Processing | Lecture 28 - Review Assignment - 2 |

Link | NOC:Statistical Signal Processing | Lecture 29 - Adaptive Filters - 4 |

Link | NOC:Statistical Signal Processing | Lecture 30 - Adaptive Filters - 4 (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Statistical Signal Processing | Lecture 31 - Review Assignment - 3 |

Link | NOC:Statistical Signal Processing | Lecture 32 - Recursive Least Squares (RLS) Adaptive Filter - 1 |

Link | NOC:Statistical Signal Processing | Lecture 33 - Recursive Least Squares (RLS) Adaptive Filter - 2 |

Link | NOC:Statistical Signal Processing | Lecture 34 - Review Assignment - 4 |

Link | NOC:Statistical Signal Processing | Lecture 35 - Kalman Filter - 1 |

Link | NOC:Statistical Signal Processing | Lecture 36 - Vector Kalman Filter |

Link | NOC:Statistical Signal Processing | Lecture 37 - Linear Models of Random Signals |

Link | NOC:Statistical Signal Processing | Lecture 38 - Review - 1 |

Link | NOC:Statistical Signal Processing | Lecture 39 - Review - 2 |

Link | NOC:Computer Vision and Image Processing - Fundamentals and Applications | Lecture 1 - Introduction to Digital Image Processing |

Link | NOC:Computer Vision and Image Processing - Fundamentals and Applications | Lecture 2 - Introduction to Computer Vision |

Link | NOC:Computer Vision and Image Processing - Fundamentals and Applications | Lecture 3 - Introduction to Computer Vision and Basic Concepts of Image Formation |

Link | NOC:Computer Vision and Image Processing - Fundamentals and Applications | Lecture 4 - Shape From Shading |

Link | NOC:Computer Vision and Image Processing - Fundamentals and Applications | Lecture 5 - Image Formation: Geometric Camera Models - I |

Link | NOC:Computer Vision and Image Processing - Fundamentals and Applications | Lecture 6 - Image Formation: Geometric Camera Models - II |

Link | NOC:Computer Vision and Image Processing - Fundamentals and Applications | Lecture 7 - Image Formation: Geometric Camera Models - III |

Link | NOC:Computer Vision and Image Processing - Fundamentals and Applications | Lecture 8 - Image Formation in a Stereo Vision Setup |

Link | NOC:Computer Vision and Image Processing - Fundamentals and Applications | Lecture 9 - Image Reconstruction from a Series of Projections |

Link | NOC:Computer Vision and Image Processing - Fundamentals and Applications | Lecture 10 - Image Reconstruction from a Series of Projections |

Link | NOC:Computer Vision and Image Processing - Fundamentals and Applications | Lecture 11 - Image Transforms - I |

Link | NOC:Computer Vision and Image Processing - Fundamentals and Applications | Lecture 12 - Image Transforms - II |

Link | NOC:Computer Vision and Image Processing - Fundamentals and Applications | Lecture 13 - Image Transforms - III |

Link | NOC:Computer Vision and Image Processing - Fundamentals and Applications | Lecture 14 - Image Transforms - IV |

Link | NOC:Computer Vision and Image Processing - Fundamentals and Applications | Lecture 15 - Image Enhancement |

Link | NOC:Computer Vision and Image Processing - Fundamentals and Applications | Lecture 16 - Image Filtering - I |

Link | NOC:Computer Vision and Image Processing - Fundamentals and Applications | Lecture 17 - Image Filtering - II |

Link | NOC:Computer Vision and Image Processing - Fundamentals and Applications | Lecture 18 - Colour Image Processing - I |

Link | NOC:Computer Vision and Image Processing - Fundamentals and Applications | Lecture 19 - Colour Image Processing - II |

Link | NOC:Computer Vision and Image Processing - Fundamentals and Applications | Lecture 20 - Image Segmentation |

Link | NOC:Computer Vision and Image Processing - Fundamentals and Applications | Lecture 21 - Image Features and Edge Detection |

Link | NOC:Computer Vision and Image Processing - Fundamentals and Applications | Lecture 22 - Edge Detection |

Link | NOC:Computer Vision and Image Processing - Fundamentals and Applications | Lecture 23 - Hough Transform |

Link | NOC:Computer Vision and Image Processing - Fundamentals and Applications | Lecture 24 - Image Texture Analysis - I |

Link | NOC:Computer Vision and Image Processing - Fundamentals and Applications | Lecture 25 - Image Texture Analysis - II |

Link | NOC:Computer Vision and Image Processing - Fundamentals and Applications | Lecture 26 - Object Boundary and Shape Representations - I |

Link | NOC:Computer Vision and Image Processing - Fundamentals and Applications | Lecture 27 - Object Boundary and Shape Representations - II |

Link | NOC:Computer Vision and Image Processing - Fundamentals and Applications | Lecture 28 - Interest Point Detectors |

Link | NOC:Computer Vision and Image Processing - Fundamentals and Applications | Lecture 29 - Image Features - HOG and SIFT |

Link | NOC:Computer Vision and Image Processing - Fundamentals and Applications | Lecture 30 - Introduction to Machine Learning - I |

Link | NOC:Computer Vision and Image Processing - Fundamentals and Applications | Lecture 31 - Introduction to Machine Learning - II |

Link | NOC:Computer Vision and Image Processing - Fundamentals and Applications | Lecture 32 - Introduction to Machine Learning - III |

Link | NOC:Computer Vision and Image Processing - Fundamentals and Applications | Lecture 33 - Introduction to Machine Learning - IV |

Link | NOC:Computer Vision and Image Processing - Fundamentals and Applications | Lecture 34 - Introduction to Machine Learning - V |

Link | NOC:Computer Vision and Image Processing - Fundamentals and Applications | Lecture 35 - Artificial Neural Network for Pattern Classification - I |

Link | NOC:Computer Vision and Image Processing - Fundamentals and Applications | Lecture 36 - Artificial Neural Network for Pattern Classification - II |

Link | NOC:Computer Vision and Image Processing - Fundamentals and Applications | Lecture 37 - Introduction to Deep Learning |

Link | NOC:Computer Vision and Image Processing - Fundamentals and Applications | Lecture 38 - Gesture Recognition |

Link | NOC:Computer Vision and Image Processing - Fundamentals and Applications | Lecture 39 - Background Modelling and Motion Estimation |

Link | NOC:Computer Vision and Image Processing - Fundamentals and Applications | Lecture 40 - Object Tracking |

Link | NOC:Computer Vision and Image Processing - Fundamentals and Applications | Lecture 41 - Programming Examples |

Link | NOC:System Design through VERILOG | Lecture 1 - Verilog Operators and Modules |

Link | NOC:System Design through VERILOG | Lecture 2 - Verilog Ports, Data types and Assignments |

Link | NOC:System Design through VERILOG | Lecture 3 - Basics of gate level modeling |

Link | NOC:System Design through VERILOG | Lecture 4 - Half adder, full adder and ripple carry adder |

Link | NOC:System Design through VERILOG | Lecture 5 - Parallel adder/subtractor |

Link | NOC:System Design through VERILOG | Lecture 6 - Multiplier and comparator |

Link | NOC:System Design through VERILOG | Lecture 7 - Decoder, encoder and multiplexer |

Link | NOC:System Design through VERILOG | Lecture 8 - Demultiplexer, read only memory |

Link | NOC:System Design through VERILOG | Lecture 9 - Review of flip-flops |

Link | NOC:System Design through VERILOG | Lecture 10 - Verilog modeling of flip-flops |

Link | NOC:System Design through VERILOG | Lecture 11 - Modeling of CMOS gates and Boolean functions |

Link | NOC:System Design through VERILOG | Lecture 12 - Modeling using transmission gates, CMOS dalay times |

Link | NOC:System Design through VERILOG | Lecture 13 - Signal strengths |

Link | NOC:System Design through VERILOG | Lecture 14 - Basics of dataflow modeling |

Link | NOC:System Design through VERILOG | Lecture 15 - Examples of dataflow modeling |

Link | NOC:System Design through VERILOG | Lecture 16 - Basics of behavioral modeling |

Link | NOC:System Design through VERILOG | Lecture 17 - Examples of behavioral modeling |

Link | NOC:System Design through VERILOG | Lecture 18 - Verilog modeling of counters |

Link | NOC:System Design through VERILOG | Lecture 19 - Verilog modeling of sequence detector |

Link | NOC:System Design through VERILOG | Lecture 20 - Verilog modeling FSMs and shift registers |

Link | NOC:System Design through VERILOG | Lecture 21 - Combinational circuit examples |

Link | NOC:System Design through VERILOG | Lecture 22 - Sequential circuit examples |

Link | NOC:System Design through VERILOG | Lecture 23 - Arithmetic and Logic Unit (ALU) |

Link | NOC:System Design through VERILOG | Lecture 24 - Static RAM and Braun Multiplier |

Link | NOC:System Design through VERILOG | Lecture 25 - FIR filter implementation |

Link | NOC:System Design through VERILOG | Lecture 26 - Baugh-Wooley signed multiplier architecture |

Link | NOC:System Design through VERILOG | Lecture 27 - IIR filter implementation |

Link | NOC:Usability Engineering | Lecture 1 - Introduction to Usability |

Link | NOC:Usability Engineering | Lecture 2 - Usability - Historical Foundations |

Link | NOC:Usability Engineering | Lecture 3 - Standard Terminologies |

Link | NOC:Usability Engineering | Lecture 4 - Elements of User Experience |

Link | NOC:Usability Engineering | Lecture 5 - Usability in software development - I |

Link | NOC:Usability Engineering | Lecture 6 - Usability in software development - II |

Link | NOC:Usability Engineering | Lecture 7 - User Centered Design Process - I |

Link | NOC:Usability Engineering | Lecture 8 - User Centered Design Process - II |

Link | NOC:Usability Engineering | Lecture 9 - User Centered Design Process - III |

Link | NOC:Usability Engineering | Lecture 10 - Requirement Analysis - I (A) |

Link | NOC:Usability Engineering | Lecture 11 - Requirement Analysis - I (B) |

Link | NOC:Usability Engineering | Lecture 12 - Requirement Analysis - I (C) |

Link | NOC:Usability Engineering | Lecture 13 - Requirement Analysis - I (D) |

Link | NOC:Usability Engineering | Lecture 14 - Requirement Analysis - I (E) |

Link | NOC:Usability Engineering | Lecture 15 - Requirement Analysis - I (F) |

Link | NOC:Usability Engineering | Lecture 16 - Requirement Analysis - II (A) |

Link | NOC:Usability Engineering | Lecture 17 - Requirement Analysis - II (B) |

Link | NOC:Usability Engineering | Lecture 18 - Requirement Analysis - II (C) |

Link | NOC:Usability Engineering | Lecture 19 - Requirement Analysis - II (D) |

Link | NOC:Usability Engineering | Lecture 20 - Requirement Analysis - III (A) |

Link | NOC:Usability Engineering | Lecture 21 - Eye Tracker |

Link | NOC:Usability Engineering | Lecture 22 - Demonstration of an Eye tracking device |

Link | NOC:Usability Engineering | Lecture 23 - Requirement Analysis - III (B) |

Link | NOC:Usability Engineering | Lecture 24 - Mapping Experiences |

Link | NOC:Usability Engineering | Lecture 25 - Cognitive Issues - I |

Link | NOC:Usability Engineering | Lecture 26 - Cognitive Issues - II |

Link | NOC:Usability Engineering | Lecture 27 - Cognitive Issues - III |

Link | NOC:Usability Engineering | Lecture 28 - Cognitive Issues - IV |

Link | NOC:Usability Engineering | Lecture 29 - Competitive analysis and preparing for design briefing - I |

Link | NOC:Usability Engineering | Lecture 30 - Competitive analysis and preparing for design briefing - II |

Link | NOC:Usability Engineering | Lecture 31 - Conceptualization and Prototyping - I (A) |

Link | NOC:Usability Engineering | Lecture 32 - Conceptualization and Prototyping - I (B) |

Link | NOC:Usability Engineering | Lecture 33 - Conceptualization and Prototyping - I (C) |

Link | NOC:Usability Engineering | Lecture 34 - Conceptualization and Prototyping - II (A) |

Link | NOC:Usability Engineering | Lecture 35 - Conceptualization and Prototyping - II (B) |

Link | NOC:Usability Engineering | Lecture 36 - Usability heuristics and testing - I |

Link | NOC:Usability Engineering | Lecture 37 - Usability heuristics and testing - II |

Link | NOC:Usability Engineering | Lecture 38 - Usability heuristics and testing - III |

Link | NOC:Usability Engineering | Lecture 39 - Usability Testing (A) |

Link | NOC:Usability Engineering | Lecture 40 - Usability Testing (B) |

Link | NOC:Usability Engineering | Lecture 41 - Usability Testing (C) |

Link | NOC:Usability Engineering | Lecture 42 - UI/UX design based on Garret model: a case study |

Link | NOC:Usability Engineering | Lecture 43 - Effective contextual enquiry |

Link | NOC:Usability Engineering | Lecture 44 - Contextual enquiry: case study |

Link | NOC:Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 1 - Introduction |

Link | NOC:Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 2 - Algebra of Events |

Link | NOC:Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 3 - Axioms of Probability |

Link | NOC:Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 4 - Example 1 |

Link | NOC:Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 5 - Example 2 |

Link | NOC:Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 6 - Example 3 |

Link | NOC:Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 7 - Example 4 |

Link | NOC:Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 8 - Example 5 |

Link | NOC:Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 9 - Conditional Probability |

Link | NOC:Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 10 - Bayes Theorem 1 |

Link | NOC:Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 11 - Bayes Theorem 2 |

Link | NOC:Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 12 - A Brief Review |

Link | NOC:Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 13 - Example 1 |

Link | NOC:Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 14 - Example 2 |

Link | NOC:Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 15 - Example 3 |

Link | NOC:Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 16 - Example 4 |

Link | NOC:Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 17 - Example 5 |

Link | NOC:Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 18 - Independent Events |

Link | NOC:Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 19 - A Brief Review |

Link | NOC:Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 20 - Example 1 |

Link | NOC:Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 21 - Example 2 |

Link | NOC:Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 22 - Example 3 |

Link | NOC:Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 23 - Example 4 |

Link | NOC:Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 24 - Discrete Random Variables |

Link | NOC:Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 25 - Expectation |

Link | NOC:Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 26 - Moments |

Link | NOC:Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 27 - Variance |

Link | NOC:Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 28 - Binomial Random Variables |

Link | NOC:Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 29 - Poisson Random Variables |

Link | NOC:Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 30 - More on Poission Random Variables |

Link | NOC:Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 31 - Properties of the CDF |

Link | NOC:Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 32 - A Brief Review - I |

Link | NOC:Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 33 - A Brief Review - II |

Link | NOC:Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 34 - Example 1 |

Link | NOC:Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 35 - Example 2 |

Link | NOC:Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 36 - Example 3 |

Link | NOC:Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 37 - Example 4 |

Link | NOC:Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 38 - Example 5 |

Link | NOC:Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 39 - Example 6 |

Link | NOC:Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 40 - Example 7 |

Link | NOC:Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 41 - Example 8 |

Link | NOC:Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 42 - Example 9 |

Link | NOC:Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 43 - Continuous Random Variables |

Link | NOC:Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 44 - Expectation of Continuous random variables |

Link | NOC:Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 45 - The uniform and the Gaussian Random variables |

Link | NOC:Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 46 - The mean and variance of a Gaussian Random Variable |

Link | NOC:Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 47 - The exponential random variable and other continuous distributions |

Link | NOC:Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 48 - A Brief Review |

Link | NOC:Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 49 - Example 1 |

Link | NOC:Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 50 - Example 2 |

Link | NOC:Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 51 - Example 3 |

Link | NOC:Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 52 - Example 4 |

Link | NOC:Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 53 - Example 5 |

Link | NOC:Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 54 - Functions of a random varible |

Link | NOC:Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 55 - Functions of a random varible |

Link | NOC:Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 56 - The moment generating function |

Link | NOC:Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 57 - Conditional Distributions |

Link | NOC:Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 58 - Bivariate Distributions |

Link | NOC:Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 59 - Independence of Random Varibles |

Link | NOC:Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 60 - Jointly Gaussian Random Varibales and Circular symmetry |

Link | NOC:Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 61 - Jointly Discrete Random Variables |

Link | NOC:Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 62 - One Function of two random variables |

Link | NOC:Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 63 - Order Statistics |

Link | NOC:Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 64 - Two functions of two random variables |

Link | NOC:Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 65 - Joint Moments |

Link | NOC:Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 66 - Joint Charactristic Functions |

Link | NOC:Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 67 - Conditional Distributions for multiple random variables |

Link | NOC:Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 68 - Conditional Expectations |

Link | NOC:Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 69 - Examples |

Link | NOC:Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 70 - Random Vectors |

Link | NOC:Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 71 - Independence of Random Varibles |

Link | NOC:Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 72 - Complex Random Varibales |

Link | NOC:Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 73 - Covariance Matrices |

Link | NOC:Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 74 - Conditional Densities |

Link | NOC:Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 75 - Gaussianity |

Link | NOC:Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 76 - Chi Squared Densities |

Link | NOC:Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 77 - Examples |

Link | NOC:Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 78 - Estimation Theory |

Link | NOC:Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 79 - Measurements |

Link | NOC:Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 80 - Sequences of Random Variables |

Link | NOC:Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 81 - Laws of large numbers |

Link | NOC:Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 82 - Random processes |

Link | NOC:Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 83 - Stationarity, Cyclostationarity, Ergodicity |

Link | NOC:Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 84 - Random Processes as Signals (PSD and LTI Response) |

Link | NOC:Probability and Random Processes | Lecture 85 - White and Gaussian Processes Noise |

Link | NOC:Simulation of Communication Systems using Matlab | Lecture 1 - Introduction |

Link | NOC:Simulation of Communication Systems using Matlab | Lecture 2 - Basics of MATLAB |

Link | NOC:Simulation of Communication Systems using Matlab | Lecture 3 - Data Types |

Link | NOC:Simulation of Communication Systems using Matlab | Lecture 4 - Floating Point Numbers |

Link | NOC:Simulation of Communication Systems using Matlab | Lecture 5 - Scripts and Flow of Control |

Link | NOC:Simulation of Communication Systems using Matlab | Lecture 6 - The For Loop |

Link | NOC:Simulation of Communication Systems using Matlab | Lecture 7 - Arrays |

Link | NOC:Simulation of Communication Systems using Matlab | Lecture 8 - Indexing |

Link | NOC:Simulation of Communication Systems using Matlab | Lecture 9 - Some Reuslts from Linear Algebra |

Link | NOC:Simulation of Communication Systems using Matlab | Lecture 10 - Matrix Multiplication |

Link | NOC:Simulation of Communication Systems using Matlab | Lecture 11 - Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors |

Link | NOC:Simulation of Communication Systems using Matlab | Lecture 12 - Complex Numbers |

Link | NOC:Simulation of Communication Systems using Matlab | Lecture 13 - Hermitian Matrices |

Link | NOC:Simulation of Communication Systems using Matlab | Lecture 14 - Matrix Inversion |

Link | NOC:Simulation of Communication Systems using Matlab | Lecture 15 - Signals |

Link | NOC:Simulation of Communication Systems using Matlab | Lecture 16 - Convolution |

Link | NOC:Simulation of Communication Systems using Matlab | Lecture 17 - Probability |

Link | NOC:Simulation of Communication Systems using Matlab | Lecture 18 - Bayes Theorem |

Link | NOC:Simulation of Communication Systems using Matlab | Lecture 19 - Random Varibles |

Link | NOC:Simulation of Communication Systems using Matlab | Lecture 20 - Clinical Trials - I |

Link | NOC:Simulation of Communication Systems using Matlab | Lecture 21 - Clinical Trials - II |

Link | NOC:Simulation of Communication Systems using Matlab | Lecture 22 - Random Numbers |

Link | NOC:Simulation of Communication Systems using Matlab | Lecture 23 - Random Disttributions |

Link | NOC:Simulation of Communication Systems using Matlab | Lecture 24 - Histograms - I |

Link | NOC:Simulation of Communication Systems using Matlab | Lecture 25 - Histograms - II |

Link | NOC:Simulation of Communication Systems using Matlab | Lecture 26 - Functions of Random Variables |

Link | NOC:Simulation of Communication Systems using Matlab | Lecture 27 - Generating Random Disttributions |

Link | NOC:Simulation of Communication Systems using Matlab | Lecture 28 - Laws of Large numbers |

Link | NOC:Simulation of Communication Systems using Matlab | Lecture 29 - Random Processes |

Link | NOC:Simulation of Communication Systems using Matlab | Lecture 30 - Properties of Random Processes |

Link | NOC:Simulation of Communication Systems using Matlab | Lecture 31 - Power Spectra |

Link | NOC:Simulation of Communication Systems using Matlab | Lecture 32 - Signals and Noise |

Link | NOC:Simulation of Communication Systems using Matlab | Lecture 33 - Stochastic Models |

Link | NOC:Simulation of Communication Systems using Matlab | Lecture 34 - The AR-1 Process |

Link | NOC:Simulation of Communication Systems using Matlab | Lecture 35 - Stochastic Models II |

Link | NOC:Simulation of Communication Systems using Matlab | Lecture 36 - Yule Walker Equations |

Link | NOC:Simulation of Communication Systems using Matlab | Lecture 37 - Markov Chains - I |

Link | NOC:Simulation of Communication Systems using Matlab | Lecture 38 - Markov Chains - II |

Link | NOC:Simulation of Communication Systems using Matlab | Lecture 39 - Markov Chains - III |

Link | NOC:Simulation of Communication Systems using Matlab | Lecture 40 - Analog to Digital Coversion |

Link | NOC:Simulation of Communication Systems using Matlab | Lecture 41 - K Means |

Link | NOC:Simulation of Communication Systems using Matlab | Lecture 42 - Correlation |

Link | NOC:Simulation of Communication Systems using Matlab | Lecture 43 - Predictive Coding |

Link | NOC:Simulation of Communication Systems using Matlab | Lecture 44 - Image Compression |

Link | NOC:Simulation of Communication Systems using Matlab | Lecture 45 - Transform Domain Compression |

Link | NOC:Simulation of Communication Systems using Matlab | Lecture 46 - Multi Resolution Coding |

Link | NOC:Simulation of Communication Systems using Matlab | Lecture 47 - Introduction to Communications |

Link | NOC:Simulation of Communication Systems using Matlab | Lecture 48 - Low Pass and BandPass Signals |

Link | NOC:Simulation of Communication Systems using Matlab | Lecture 49 - Signal Spaces |

Link | NOC:Simulation of Communication Systems using Matlab | Lecture 50 - PAM |

Link | NOC:Simulation of Communication Systems using Matlab | Lecture 51 - Detection |

Link | NOC:Simulation of Communication Systems using Matlab | Lecture 52 - Effects of AWGN |

Link | NOC:Simulation of Communication Systems using Matlab | Lecture 53 - ML Detection - I |

Link | NOC:Simulation of Communication Systems using Matlab | Lecture 54 - ML Detection - II |

Link | NOC:Simulation of Communication Systems using Matlab | Lecture 55 - The Union Bound |

Link | NOC:Simulation of Communication Systems using Matlab | Lecture 56 - Symbol Error Rates |

Link | NOC:Simulation of Communication Systems using Matlab | Lecture 57 - Choosing Constellations |

Link | NOC:Simulation of Communication Systems using Matlab | Lecture 58 - Orthogonal Signalling |

Link | NOC:Simulation of Communication Systems using Matlab | Lecture 59 - Non-Coherent Dection - 1 |

Link | NOC:Simulation of Communication Systems using Matlab | Lecture 60 - Non-Coherent Dection - 2 |

Link | NOC:Simulation of Communication Systems using Matlab | Lecture 61 - DPSK - I |

Link | NOC:Simulation of Communication Systems using Matlab | Lecture 62 - DPSK - II |

Link | NOC:Simulation of Communication Systems using Matlab | Lecture 63 - Introduction to Wireless Communications |

Link | NOC:Simulation of Communication Systems using Matlab | Lecture 64 - Conclusion |

Link | NOC:Machine Learning and Deep Learning - Fundamentals and Applications | Lecture 1 - Introduction to Machine Learning |

Link | NOC:Machine Learning and Deep Learning - Fundamentals and Applications | Lecture 2 - Performance Measures of Classification |

Link | NOC:Machine Learning and Deep Learning - Fundamentals and Applications | Lecture 3 - Bias-Variance Tradeoff |

Link | NOC:Machine Learning and Deep Learning - Fundamentals and Applications | Lecture 4 - Regression |

Link | NOC:Machine Learning and Deep Learning - Fundamentals and Applications | Lecture 5 - Bayesian Decision Theory - 1 |

Link | NOC:Machine Learning and Deep Learning - Fundamentals and Applications | Lecture 6 - Bayesian Decision Theory - 2 |

Link | NOC:Machine Learning and Deep Learning - Fundamentals and Applications | Lecture 7 - Bayes Decision Theory - Binary Features |

Link | NOC:Machine Learning and Deep Learning - Fundamentals and Applications | Lecture 8 - Bayesian Decision Theory - 3 |

Link | NOC:Machine Learning and Deep Learning - Fundamentals and Applications | Lecture 9 - Bayesian Decision Theory - 4 |

Link | NOC:Machine Learning and Deep Learning - Fundamentals and Applications | Lecture 10 - Bayesian Belief Networks |

Link | NOC:Machine Learning and Deep Learning - Fundamentals and Applications | Lecture 11 - Parameter Estimation and Maximum Likelihood Estimation |

Link | NOC:Machine Learning and Deep Learning - Fundamentals and Applications | Lecture 12 - Parameter Estimation and Bayesian Estimation |

Link | NOC:Machine Learning and Deep Learning - Fundamentals and Applications | Lecture 13 - Concept of non-parametric techniques |

Link | NOC:Machine Learning and Deep Learning - Fundamentals and Applications | Lecture 14 - Density Estimation by Parzen Window |

Link | NOC:Machine Learning and Deep Learning - Fundamentals and Applications | Lecture 15 - Parzen Window and K nearest neighbor algorithm |

Link | NOC:Machine Learning and Deep Learning - Fundamentals and Applications | Lecture 16 - Linear Discriminant Functions and Perceptron Criteria - Part I |

Link | NOC:Machine Learning and Deep Learning - Fundamentals and Applications | Lecture 17 - Linear Discriminant Functions and Perceptron Criteria - Part II |

Link | NOC:Machine Learning and Deep Learning - Fundamentals and Applications | Lecture 18 - Linear Discriminant Functions and Perceptron Criteria - Part III |

Link | NOC:Machine Learning and Deep Learning - Fundamentals and Applications | Lecture 19 - Support Vector Machine - Part I |

Link | NOC:Machine Learning and Deep Learning - Fundamentals and Applications | Lecture 20 - Support Vector Machine - Part II |

Link | NOC:Machine Learning and Deep Learning - Fundamentals and Applications | Lecture 21 - Logistic Regression |

Link | NOC:Machine Learning and Deep Learning - Fundamentals and Applications | Lecture 22 - Decision Tree |

Link | NOC:Machine Learning and Deep Learning - Fundamentals and Applications | Lecture 23 - Hidden Markov Model (HMM) |

Link | NOC:Machine Learning and Deep Learning - Fundamentals and Applications | Lecture 24 - Ensemble Classifiers - Part I |

Link | NOC:Machine Learning and Deep Learning - Fundamentals and Applications | Lecture 25 - Ensemble Classifiers - Part II |

Link | NOC:Machine Learning and Deep Learning - Fundamentals and Applications | Lecture 26 - Dimensionality Problem and Principal Component Analysis |

Link | NOC:Machine Learning and Deep Learning - Fundamentals and Applications | Lecture 27 - Principal Component Analysis |

Link | NOC:Machine Learning and Deep Learning - Fundamentals and Applications | Lecture 28 - Linear Discriminant Analysis (LDA) - Part I |

Link | NOC:Machine Learning and Deep Learning - Fundamentals and Applications | Lecture 29 - Linear Discriminant Analysis (LDA) - Part II |

Link | NOC:Machine Learning and Deep Learning - Fundamentals and Applications | Lecture 30 - Gaussian Mixture Model and EM Algorithm |

Link | NOC:Machine Learning and Deep Learning - Fundamentals and Applications | Lecture 31 - K-means clustering. |

Link | NOC:Machine Learning and Deep Learning - Fundamentals and Applications | Lecture 32 - Fuzzy K-means clustering |

Link | NOC:Machine Learning and Deep Learning - Fundamentals and Applications | Lecture 33 - Hierarchical Agglomerative Clustering and Mean-shift Clustering |

Link | NOC:Machine Learning and Deep Learning - Fundamentals and Applications | Lecture 34 - Artificial Neural Networks for Pattern Classification - Part 1 |

Link | NOC:Machine Learning and Deep Learning - Fundamentals and Applications | Lecture 35 - Artificial Neural Networks for Pattern Classification - Part 2 |

Link | NOC:Machine Learning and Deep Learning - Fundamentals and Applications | Lecture 36 - Artificial Neural Networks for Pattern Classification - Part 3 |

Link | NOC:Machine Learning and Deep Learning - Fundamentals and Applications | Lecture 37 - Introduction to Deep Learning and Convolutional Neural Network (CNN) |

Link | NOC:Machine Learning and Deep Learning - Fundamentals and Applications | Lecture 38 - Vanishing and Exploding Gradients in Deep Neural Networks |

Link | NOC:Machine Learning and Deep Learning - Fundamentals and Applications | Lecture 39 - CNN Architectures - LeNet-5 and AlexNet |

Link | NOC:Machine Learning and Deep Learning - Fundamentals and Applications | Lecture 40 - CNN Architectures - VGG 16, GoogLeNet and ResNet |

Link | NOC:Machine Learning and Deep Learning - Fundamentals and Applications | Lecture 41 - Generative Adversarial Networks (GAN) - Fundamentals and Applications |

Link | NOC:Machine Learning and Deep Learning - Fundamentals and Applications | Lecture 42 - U-Net: Convolutional Networks for Image Segmentation |

Link | NOC:Machine Learning and Deep Learning - Fundamentals and Applications | Lecture 43 - Introduction to Autoencoder and Recurrent Neural Networks (RNN) |

Link | NOC:Machine Learning and Deep Learning - Fundamentals and Applications | Lecture 44 - Programming Concepts - 1 |

Link | NOC:Machine Learning and Deep Learning - Fundamentals and Applications | Lecture 45 - Programming Concepts - 2 |

Link | NOC:Machine Learning and Deep Learning - Fundamentals and Applications | Lecture 46 - Problem Solving Session - 1 |

Link | NOC:Machine Learning and Deep Learning - Fundamentals and Applications | Lecture 47 - Problem Solving Session - 2 |

Link | NOC:Machine Learning and Deep Learning - Fundamentals and Applications | Lecture 48 - Problem Solving Session - 3 |

Link | NOC:Integrated Circuits and Applications | Lecture 1 - Introduction to Integrated Circuits |

Link | NOC:Integrated Circuits and Applications | Lecture 2 - Summing and Difference Amplifiers |

Link | NOC:Integrated Circuits and Applications | Lecture 3 - Instrumentation Amplifier |

Link | NOC:Integrated Circuits and Applications | Lecture 4 - Integrator and Diffrentiator |

Link | NOC:Integrated Circuits and Applications | Lecture 5 - Precision Half Wave and Full Wave Rectifiers |

Link | NOC:Integrated Circuits and Applications | Lecture 6 - Clipper and Clamper circuits |

Link | NOC:Integrated Circuits and Applications | Lecture 7 - Logarithmic and Anti-logarithmic Amplifiers |

Link | NOC:Integrated Circuits and Applications | Lecture 8 - DC Characteristics (Offset Currents and Voltages) |

Link | NOC:Integrated Circuits and Applications | Lecture 9 - AC Charcterstics (Frequency Response) |

Link | NOC:Integrated Circuits and Applications | Lecture 10 - AC Charcterstics (Compensation Techniques and Slew Rate) |

Link | NOC:Integrated Circuits and Applications | Lecture 11 - Examples on Design of Adder and Subtractor Circuits |

Link | NOC:Integrated Circuits and Applications | Lecture 12 - Examples on Transfer Function Computation |

Link | NOC:Integrated Circuits and Applications | Lecture 13 - Examples on Instrumentation Amplifier |

Link | NOC:Integrated Circuits and Applications | Lecture 14 - Examples on CMRR Computation |

Link | NOC:Integrated Circuits and Applications | Lecture 15 - First Order Low Pass Filter |

Link | NOC:Integrated Circuits and Applications | Lecture 16 - Second Order Low Pass Filter |

Link | NOC:Integrated Circuits and Applications | Lecture 17 - Design of Butterworth Low Pass Filter |

Link | NOC:Integrated Circuits and Applications | Lecture 18 - Design of Butterworth High Pass Filter |

Link | NOC:Integrated Circuits and Applications | Lecture 19 - Design of Band Pass Filter |

Link | NOC:Integrated Circuits and Applications | Lecture 20 - Design of Band Stop Filter |

Link | NOC:Integrated Circuits and Applications | Lecture 21 - All Pass Filter |

Link | NOC:Integrated Circuits and Applications | Lecture 22 - RC Phase Shift Oscillator |

Link | NOC:Integrated Circuits and Applications | Lecture 23 - Wien Bridge, Colpitt's and Hartley Oscillators |

Link | NOC:Integrated Circuits and Applications | Lecture 24 - Comparator and Schmitt Trigger Circuits |

Link | NOC:Integrated Circuits and Applications | Lecture 25 - Square Wave and Triangular Waveform Generators |

Link | NOC:Integrated Circuits and Applications | Lecture 26 - Monostable operation |

Link | NOC:Integrated Circuits and Applications | Lecture 27 - Monostable applications - I |

Link | NOC:Integrated Circuits and Applications | Lecture 28 - Monostable applications - II |

Link | NOC:Integrated Circuits and Applications | Lecture 29 - Astable operation |

Link | NOC:Integrated Circuits and Applications | Lecture 30 - Phase detectors |

Link | NOC:Integrated Circuits and Applications | Lecture 31 - Voltage Controlled oscillator |

Link | NOC:Integrated Circuits and Applications | Lecture 32 - PLL IC 565 operation |

Link | NOC:Integrated Circuits and Applications | Lecture 33 - PLL Applications |

Link | NOC:Integrated Circuits and Applications | Lecture 34 - Fixed Voltage Regulator |

Link | NOC:Integrated Circuits and Applications | Lecture 35 - Adjastable Voltage Regulator |

Link | NOC:Integrated Circuits and Applications | Lecture 36 - Switching Regulators |

Link | NOC:Integrated Circuits and Applications | Lecture 37 - Weighted Resistor D/A Converter |

Link | NOC:Integrated Circuits and Applications | Lecture 38 - R-2R Ladder D/A Converter |

Link | NOC:Integrated Circuits and Applications | Lecture 39 - Inverted R-2R Ladder D/A Converter |

Link | NOC:Integrated Circuits and Applications | Lecture 40 - Analog to Digital Converters |

Link | NOC:Integrated Circuits and Applications | Lecture 41 - CMOS Inverter |

Link | NOC:Integrated Circuits and Applications | Lecture 42 - CMOS NAND Gate |

Link | NOC:Integrated Circuits and Applications | Lecture 43 - Transient Response of CMOS NAND and NOR Gates |

Link | NOC:Integrated Circuits and Applications | Lecture 44 - Boolean function Realization using CMOS and Sizing |

Link | Advanced Electric Drives | Lecture 1 |

Link | Advanced Electric Drives | Lecture 2 |

Link | Advanced Electric Drives | Lecture 3 |

Link | Advanced Electric Drives | Lecture 4 |

Link | Advanced Electric Drives | Lecture 5 |

Link | Advanced Electric Drives | Lecture 6 |

Link | Advanced Electric Drives | Lecture 7 |

Link | Advanced Electric Drives | Lecture 8 |

Link | Advanced Electric Drives | Lecture 9 |

Link | Advanced Electric Drives | Lecture 10 |

Link | Advanced Electric Drives | Lecture 11 |

Link | Advanced Electric Drives | Lecture 12 |

Link | Advanced Electric Drives | Lecture 13 |

Link | Advanced Electric Drives | Lecture 14 |

Link | Advanced Electric Drives | Lecture 15 |

Link | Advanced Electric Drives | Lecture 16 |

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Link | Advanced Electric Drives | Lecture 35 |

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Link | Advanced Electric Drives | Lecture 37 |

Link | Advanced Electric Drives | Lecture 38 |

Link | Advanced Electric Drives | Lecture 39 |

Link | Advanced Electric Drives | Lecture 40 |

Link | High Voltage DC Transmission | Lecture 1 - High Voltage DC Transmission |

Link | High Voltage DC Transmission | Lecture 2 - High Voltage DC Transmission |

Link | High Voltage DC Transmission | Lecture 3 - High Voltage DC Transmission |

Link | High Voltage DC Transmission | Lecture 4 - High Voltage DC Transmission |

Link | High Voltage DC Transmission | Lecture 5 - High Voltage DC Transmission |

Link | High Voltage DC Transmission | Lecture 6 - High Voltage DC Transmission |

Link | High Voltage DC Transmission | Lecture 7 - High Voltage DC Transmission |

Link | High Voltage DC Transmission | Lecture 8 - High Voltage DC Transmission |

Link | High Voltage DC Transmission | Lecture 9 - High Voltage DC Transmission |

Link | High Voltage DC Transmission | Lecture 10 - High Voltage DC Transmission |

Link | High Voltage DC Transmission | Lecture 11 - High Voltage DC Transmission |

Link | High Voltage DC Transmission | Lecture 12 - High Voltage DC Transmission |

Link | High Voltage DC Transmission | Lecture 13 - High Voltage DC Transmission |

Link | High Voltage DC Transmission | Lecture 14 - High Voltage DC Transmission |

Link | High Voltage DC Transmission | Lecture 15 - High Voltage DC Transmission |

Link | High Voltage DC Transmission | Lecture 16 - High Voltage DC Transmission |

Link | High Voltage DC Transmission | Lecture 17 - High Voltage DC Transmission |

Link | High Voltage DC Transmission | Lecture 18 - High Voltage DC Transmission |

Link | High Voltage DC Transmission | Lecture 19 - High Voltage DC Transmission |

Link | High Voltage DC Transmission | Lecture 20 - High Voltage DC Transmission |

Link | High Voltage DC Transmission | Lecture 21 - High Voltage DC Transmission |

Link | High Voltage DC Transmission | Lecture 22 - High Voltage DC Transmission |

Link | High Voltage DC Transmission | Lecture 23 - High Voltage DC Transmission |

Link | High Voltage DC Transmission | Lecture 24 - High Voltage DC Transmission |

Link | High Voltage DC Transmission | Lecture 25 - High Voltage DC Transmission |

Link | High Voltage DC Transmission | Lecture 26 - High Voltage DC Transmission |

Link | High Voltage DC Transmission | Lecture 27 - High Voltage DC Transmission |

Link | High Voltage DC Transmission | Lecture 28 - High Voltage DC Transmission |

Link | High Voltage DC Transmission | Lecture 29 - High Voltage DC Transmission |

Link | High Voltage DC Transmission | Lecture 30 - High Voltage DC Transmission |

Link | High Voltage DC Transmission | Lecture 31 - High Voltage DC Transmission |

Link | High Voltage DC Transmission | Lecture 32 - High Voltage DC Transmission |

Link | High Voltage DC Transmission | Lecture 33 - High Voltage DC Transmission |

Link | High Voltage DC Transmission | Lecture 34 - High Voltage DC Transmission |

Link | High Voltage DC Transmission | Lecture 35 - High Voltage DC Transmission |

Link | High Voltage DC Transmission | Lecture 36 - High Voltage DC Transmission |

Link | High Voltage DC Transmission | Lecture 37 - High Voltage DC Transmission |

Link | Intelligent Systems and Control | Lecture 1 - Introduction to Intelligent Systems and Control |

Link | Intelligent Systems and Control | Lecture 2 - Linear Neural networks |

Link | Intelligent Systems and Control | Lecture 3 - Multi layered Neural Networks |

Link | Intelligent Systems and Control | Lecture 4 - Back Propagation Algorithm revisited |

Link | Intelligent Systems and Control | Lecture 5 - Non Linear System Analysis - Part I |

Link | Intelligent Systems and Control | Lecture 6 - Non Linear System Analysis - Part II |

Link | Intelligent Systems and Control | Lecture 7 - Radial Basis Function Networks |

Link | Intelligent Systems and Control | Lecture 8 - Adaptive Learning rate |

Link | Intelligent Systems and Control | Lecture 9 - Weight update rules |

Link | Intelligent Systems and Control | Lecture 10 - Recurrent networks Back propagation through time |

Link | Intelligent Systems and Control | Lecture 11 - Recurrent networks Real time recurrent learning |

Link | Intelligent Systems and Control | Lecture 12 - Self organizing Map - Multidimensional networks |

Link | Intelligent Systems and Control | Lecture 13 - Fuzzy sets - A Primer |

Link | Intelligent Systems and Control | Lecture 14 - Fuzzy Relations |

Link | Intelligent Systems and Control | Lecture 15 - Fuzzy Rule base and Approximate Reasoning |

Link | Intelligent Systems and Control | Lecture 16 - Introduction to Fuzzy Logic Control |

Link | Intelligent Systems and Control | Lecture 17 - Neural Control A review |

Link | Intelligent Systems and Control | Lecture 18 - Network inversion and Control |

Link | Intelligent Systems and Control | Lecture 19 - Neural Model of a Robot manipulator |

Link | Intelligent Systems and Control | Lecture 20 - Indirect Adaptive Control of a Robot manipulator |

Link | Intelligent Systems and Control | Lecture 21 - Adaptive neural control for Affine Systems SISO |

Link | Intelligent Systems and Control | Lecture 22 - Adaptive neural control for Affine systems MIMO |

Link | Intelligent Systems and Control | Lecture 23 - Visual Motor Coordination with KSOM |

Link | Intelligent Systems and Control | Lecture 24 - Visual Motor coordination - quantum clustering |

Link | Intelligent Systems and Control | Lecture 25 - Direct Adaptive control of Manipulators - Intro |

Link | Intelligent Systems and Control | Lecture 26 - NN based back stepping control |

Link | Intelligent Systems and Control | Lecture 27 - Fuzzy Control - a Review |

Link | Intelligent Systems and Control | Lecture 28 - Mamdani type flc and parameter optimization |

Link | Intelligent Systems and Control | Lecture 29 - Fuzzy Control of a pH reactor |

Link | Intelligent Systems and Control | Lecture 30 - Fuzzy Lyapunov controller - Computing with words |

Link | Intelligent Systems and Control | Lecture 31 - Controller Design for a T-S Fuzzy model |

Link | Intelligent Systems and Control | Lecture 32 - Linear controllers using T-S fuzzy model |

Link | Power Systems Operation and Control | Module 1 - Lecture 1 |

Link | Power Systems Operation and Control | Module 1 - Lecture 2 |

Link | Power Systems Operation and Control | Module 1 - Lecture 3 |

Link | Power Systems Operation and Control | Module 2 - Lecture 1 |

Link | Power Systems Operation and Control | Module 2 - Lecture 2 |

Link | Power Systems Operation and Control | Module 2 - Lecture 3 |

Link | Power Systems Operation and Control | Module 2 - Lecture 4 |

Link | Power Systems Operation and Control | Module 2 - Lecture 5 |

Link | Power Systems Operation and Control | Module 2 - Lecture 6 |

Link | Power Systems Operation and Control | Module 2 - Lecture 7 |

Link | Power Systems Operation and Control | Module 2 - Lecture 8 |

Link | Power Systems Operation and Control | Module 2 - Lecture 9 |

Link | Power Systems Operation and Control | Module 2 - Lecture 10 |

Link | Power Systems Operation and Control | Module 2 - Lecture 11 |

Link | Power Systems Operation and Control | Module 2 - Lecture 12 |

Link | Power Systems Operation and Control | Module 2 - Lecture 13 |

Link | Power Systems Operation and Control | Module 2 - Lecture 14 |

Link | Power Systems Operation and Control | Module 3 - Lecture 1 |

Link | Power Systems Operation and Control | Module 3 - Lecture 2 |

Link | Power Systems Operation and Control | Module 3 - Lecture 3 |

Link | Power Systems Operation and Control | Module 3 - Lecture 4 |

Link | Power Systems Operation and Control | Module 3 - Lecture 5 |

Link | Power Systems Operation and Control | Module 3 - Lecture 6 |

Link | Power Systems Operation and Control | Module 3 - Lecture 7 |

Link | Power Systems Operation and Control | Module 3 - Lecture 8 |

Link | Power Systems Operation and Control | Module 3 - Lecture 9 |

Link | Power Systems Operation and Control | Module 3 - Lecture 10 |

Link | Power Systems Operation and Control | Module 4 - Lecture 1 |

Link | Power Systems Operation and Control | Module 4 - Lecture 2 |

Link | Power Systems Operation and Control | Module 4 - Lecture 3 |

Link | Power Systems Operation and Control | Module 4 - Lecture 4 |

Link | Power Systems Operation and Control | Module 5 - Lecture 1 |

Link | Power Systems Operation and Control | Module 5 - Lecture 2 |

Link | Power Systems Operation and Control | Module 6 - Lecture 1 |

Link | Power Systems Operation and Control | Module 6 - Lecture 2 |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic theory | Lecture 1 - Introduction to EMT |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic theory | Lecture 2 - Coulombs law |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic theory | Lecture 3 - Vector analysis-I and Introduction to coordinate system |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic theory | Lecture 4 - Rectangular coordinate system |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic theory | Lecture 5 - Vector analysis-II |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic theory | Lecture 6 - Introduction to Electric field |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic theory | Lecture 7 - Electric field-I |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic theory | Lecture 8 - Cylindrical coordinate system |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic theory | Lecture 9 - Transformation and Electric field-II |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic theory | Lecture 10 - Electric Potential-I |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic theory | Lecture 11 - Spherical co-ordinate system and Electric potential-II |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic theory | Lecture 12 - Vector Analysis-III and Electric potential-III |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic theory | Lecture 13 - Gausss law and its application-I |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic theory | Lecture 14 - Gausss law and its application-II |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic theory | Lecture 15 - Divergence and Poissons and Laplaces equation |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic theory | Lecture 16 - Gausss law and its application -III |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic theory | Lecture 17 - Vector analysis III (curl and its significance) |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic theory | Lecture 18 - Conductor and dielectric-I |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic theory | Lecture 19 - Polarization - I |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic theory | Lecture 20 - Polarization - II |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic theory | Lecture 21 - Polarization - II (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic theory | Lecture 22 - Boundary condition |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic theory | Lecture 23 - Continuity equation and Conductors - III |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic theory | Lecture 24 - Conductors IV |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic theory | Lecture 25 - Conductors IV (Continued...) and Capacitor - I |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic theory | Lecture 26 - Capacitor - II |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic theory | Lecture 27 - Capacitor - II (Continued...) and Equipotential Surfaces |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic theory | Lecture 28 - Solution of Laplaces equation-I |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic theory | Lecture 29 - Solution of Laplaces equation-I I and method of images-I |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic theory | Lecture 30 - Method of images-II |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic theory | Lecture 31 - Solution of Laplaces equation-III |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic theory | Lecture 32 - Solution of Laplaces equation-IV |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic theory | Lecture 33 - Introduction of magnetic field |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic theory | Lecture 34 - Biot savart law and its application |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic theory | Lecture 35 - Biot savart lawandits application-II |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic theory | Lecture 36 - Magnetic vector potential |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic theory | Lecture 37 - Magnetic force, torque and dipole |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic theory | Lecture 38 - Magnetic force, torque and dipole (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic theory | Lecture 39 - Magnetic materials-I |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic theory | Lecture 40 - Magnetic materials-I (Continued...) and Magnetic moment |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic theory | Lecture 41 - Magnetic materials-I (Continued...) and Boundary condition for Magnetic fields |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic theory | Lecture 42 - Inductor and calculation of inductance for different shapes |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic theory | Lecture 43 - Inductor and calculation of inductance for different shapes (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic theory | Lecture 44 - Faradays law and its application-I |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic theory | Lecture 45 - Faradays law and its application-II |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic theory | Lecture 46 - Displacement current |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic theory | Lecture 47 - Maxwells equation |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic theory | Lecture 48 - Wave propagation |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic theory | Lecture 49 - Solution of Helmholtz equation |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic theory | Lecture 50 - Uniform plane waves |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic theory | Lecture 51 - Polarization and Poynting Vector |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic theory | Lecture 52 - Wave reflections (Normal incidence) |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic theory | Lecture 53 - Waves in imperfect dielectrics and Good conductors |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic theory | Lecture 54 - Skin depth/effect |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic theory | Lecture 55 - Oblique incidence of waves |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic theory | Lecture 56 - Oblique incidence of waves (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic theory | Lecture 57 - Transmission line |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic theory | Lecture 58 - Transmission line model |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic theory | Lecture 59 - Steady state sinusoidal response of T-line-I |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic theory | Lecture 60 - Steady state sinusoidal response of T-line-II |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic theory | Lecture 61 - Steady state sinusoidal response of T-line-IIand Smith chart |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic theory | Lecture 62 - Application of smith chart-I |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic theory | Lecture 63 - Application of smith chart-II |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic theory | Lecture 64 - Impedance matching |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic theory | Lecture 65 - Transients on Transmission line-I |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic theory | Lecture 66 - Transients on Transmission line-II |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic theory | Lecture 67 - Pulse on Transmission line |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic theory | Lecture 68 - Capacitive termination in Transmission line |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic theory | Lecture 69 - Waveguide |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic theory | Lecture 70 - Waveguide Analysis |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic theory | Lecture 71 - TM modes in Waveguide |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic theory | Lecture 72 - Rectangular waveguide: TM modes |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic theory | Lecture 73 - Rectangular waveguide: TE modes |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic theory | Lecture 74 - Waveguide: Wavelength, Impedance and power calculation |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic theory | Lecture 75 - Waveguide losses |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic theory | Lecture 76 - Dielectric Waveguide |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic theory | Lecture 77 - Dielectric Waveguide (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic theory | Lecture 78 - Radiation and Antenna |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic theory | Lecture 79 - Hertzian Dipole Antenna |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic theory | Lecture 80 - Hertzian Dipole Antenna (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic theory | Lecture 81 - Quasi-statistics-I |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic theory | Lecture 82 - Quasi-statistics-II |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic theory | Lecture 83 - Long wire Antenna |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic theory | Lecture 84 - Group velocity and Phase velocity |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic theory | Lecture 85 - Numerical solution of Laplace's equation |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication - Part 1 | Lecture 1 - Basics - Definition of Energy and Power of Signals |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication - Part 1 | Lecture 2 - Frequency Domain Representation and Introduction to Discrete Fourier Series |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication - Part 1 | Lecture 3 - Discrete Fourier Series Example and Parseval's Theorem for Periodic Signals |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication - Part 1 | Lecture 4 - Fourier Transform (FT), Inverse Fourier Transform (IFT) of Continuous Signals, Example of FT of Pulse and Sinc Function |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication - Part 1 | Lecture 5 - Modulation Property of Fourier Transform, Dirac Delta or Unit Impulse Function - Definition and Fourier Transform |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication - Part 1 | Lecture 6 - Duality Property of Fourier Transform and Introduction to Linear Time Invatiant (LTI) Systems |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication - Part 1 | Lecture 7 - Transmission of Signal through Linear Time Invariant (LTI) Systems and Cross- Correlation of Signals |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication - Part 1 | Lecture 8 - Auto-Correlation of Signal and Energy Spectral Density (ESD) |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication - Part 1 | Lecture 9 - Example for Auto-Correlation of Signal and Energy Spectral Density (ESD) |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication - Part 1 | Lecture 10 - Introduction to Amplitude Modulation (AM), Modulation Index, Envelope Distortion and Over Modulation |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication - Part 1 | Lecture 11 - Spectrum of Amplitude Modulated(AM) Signals and Introduction to Envelope Detection |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication - Part 1 | Lecture 12 - Envelope Detection for Amplitude Modulated (AM) Signals and Time Constant for Capacitor in Envelope Detector |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication - Part 1 | Lecture 13 - Power of Amplitude Modulated (AM) Signals and Power Efficiency of AM Signals |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication - Part 1 | Lecture 14 - Double Sideband (DSB) Suppressed Carrier (SC) Modulation, Spectrum of DSB-SC Signals and Coherent Demodulation |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication - Part 1 | Lecture 15 - Double Sideband(DSB) Suppressed Carrier (SC) Demodulation, Non-coherent demodulation, Impact of Carrier Phase Offset |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication - Part 1 | Lecture 16 - Carrier Phase Offset Example for Double Sideband (DSB) Suppressed Carrier (SC) Demodulation- Wireless Cellular Communication with User Mobility |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication - Part 1 | Lecture 17 - Phase Synchronization using Costas Receiver for Double Sideband (DSB) Suppressed Carrier (SC) Demodulation |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication - Part 1 | Lecture 18 - Introduction to Quadrature Carrier Multiplexing (QCM) and Demodulation of QCM Signals. |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication - Part 1 | Lecture 19 - Introduction to Single Sideband (SSB) Modulation |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication - Part 1 | Lecture 20 - Generation of Single Sideband (SSB) Modulation Signals through Frequency Discrimination |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication - Part 1 | Lecture 21 - Frequency Domain Description of Hilbert Transform Fourier Spectrum of the Hilbert Transformer |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication - Part 1 | Lecture 22 - Time Domain Description of Hilbert Transform Impulse Response of the Hilbert Transformer |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication - Part 1 | Lecture 23 - Phase Shifting Method for Generation of Single Sideband (SSB) Modulated Signals based on Hilbert Transform |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication - Part 1 | Lecture 24 - Complex Pre-Envelope and Complex Envelope of Passband Signals |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication - Part 1 | Lecture 25 - Complex Pre- Envelope and Complex Envelope of QCM (Quadrature Carrier Modulated) Signals |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication - Part 1 | Lecture 26 - Introduction to Vestigial Side Band(VSB) Modulation and Non- Ideal Filtering, Spectral Efficiency |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication - Part 1 | Lecture 27 - Properties of Vestigial Side Band Filter for Reconstruction of Message Signal without Distortion |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication - Part 1 | Lecture 28 - Introduction to Angle Modulation, Description of Phase Modulation (PM) and Frequency Modulation (FM) |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication - Part 1 | Lecture 29 - Frequency Modulation (FM) with Sinusoidal Modulation Signal and Pictorial Examples, Insights of PM and FM signals |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication - Part 1 | Lecture 30 - Indirect Method for Generation of FM Signals - Generation of Narrowband FM Signal |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication - Part 1 | Lecture 31 - Indirect Method for Generation of FM Signals - Generation of Wideband FM Signal through Frequency Multiplication |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication - Part 1 | Lecture 32 - Spectrum of Frequency Modulated (FM) Signals |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication - Part 1 | Lecture 33 - Bandwidth of Frequency Modulated (FM) Signals - Carson's Rule |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication - Part 1 | Lecture 34 - Demodulation of Frequency Modulated (FM) Signals, Condition of Envelope Detection |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication - Part 1 | Lecture 35 - Analog to Digital Conversion of Signals and Introduction to Sampling |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication - Part 1 | Lecture 36 - Spectrum of Sampled Signal, Aliasing and Nyquist Sampling Theorem |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication - Part 1 | Lecture 37 - Ideal Impluse Train Sampling, Reconstruction of Original Signal from Samples, Sinc Interpolation |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication - Part 1 | Lecture 38 - Introduction to Pulse Amplitude Modulation (PAM), Sample and Hold, Flat Top Sampling |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication - Part 1 | Lecture 39 - Pulse Amplitude Modulation (PAM), Spectrum of PAM Signal , Reconstruction of Original Signal from PAM Signal, Equalization |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication - Part 1 | Lecture 40 - Introduction to Quantization, Uniform Quantizer, Mid- Tread Quantizer |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication - Part 1 | Lecture 41 - Quantization, Mid- Rise Quantizer, PDF and Power of Quantization Noise, Quantization Noise Power versus Quantizer Resolution |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication - Part 1 | Lecture 42 - Introduction to Lloyd- Max Quantization Algorithm, Optimal Quantizer Design |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication - Part 1 | Lecture 43 - Lloyd- Max Quantization Algorithm, Iterative Computation of Optimal Quantization Levels and Intervals |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication - Part 1 | Lecture 44 - Companding for Non- Uniform Quantization, Mu-law Compressor, A- Law Compressor |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication - Part 1 | Lecture 45 - Introduction to Delta Modulation, One-bit Quantizer |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication - Part 1 | Lecture 46 - Signal Reconstruction in Delta Modulation, Schematic Diagrams, Slope Overload Distortion and Granular Noise |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication - Part 1 | Lecture 47 - Differential Pulse Coded Modulation (DPCM), DPCM Signal Reconstruction and Schematic Diagram |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication - Part 1 | Lecture 48 - Frequency Mixing and Translation in Communication Systems, Heterodyne and Super Heterodyne Receivers |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication - Part 1 | Lecture 49 - Frequency Translation and Super Heterodyne Receivers, Problem of Image Frequency |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication - Part 1 | Lecture 50 - Frequency Division Multiplexing (FDM), Carrier Spacing in FDM |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication - Part 1 | Lecture 51 - Time Division Multiplexing (TDM), Operation of TDM, Sample Spacing in TDM |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication - Part 1 | Lecture 52 - Bandwidth Requirements for Time Division Multiplexing (TDM), The T1 TDM System : A Case Study |

Link | NOC:An Introduction to Coding Theory | Lecture 1 - Introduction to Error Control Coding - I |

Link | NOC:An Introduction to Coding Theory | Lecture 2 - Introduction to Error Control Coding - II |

Link | NOC:An Introduction to Coding Theory | Lecture 3 - Introduction to Error Control Coding - III |

Link | NOC:An Introduction to Coding Theory | Lecture 4 - Introduction to Linear Block Codes, Generator Matrix and Parity Check Matrix |

Link | NOC:An Introduction to Coding Theory | Lecture 5 - Syndrome, Error Correction and Error Detection |

Link | NOC:An Introduction to Coding Theory | Lecture 6 - Problem Solving Session - I |

Link | NOC:An Introduction to Coding Theory | Lecture 7 - Decoding of Linear Block Codes |

Link | NOC:An Introduction to Coding Theory | Lecture 8 - Distance Properties of Linear Block Codes - I |

Link | NOC:An Introduction to Coding Theory | Lecture 9 - Distance Properties of Linear Block Codes - II |

Link | NOC:An Introduction to Coding Theory | Lecture 10 - Problem Solving Session - II |

Link | NOC:An Introduction to Coding Theory | Lecture 11 - Some Simple Linear Block Codes - I |

Link | NOC:An Introduction to Coding Theory | Lecture 12 - Some Simple Linear Block Codes - II: Reed Muller Codes |

Link | NOC:An Introduction to Coding Theory | Lecture 13 - Bounds on the Size of a Code |

Link | NOC:An Introduction to Coding Theory | Lecture 14 - Problem Solving Session - III |

Link | NOC:An Introduction to Coding Theory | Lecture 15 - Introduction to Convolutional Codes - I: Encoding |

Link | NOC:An Introduction to Coding Theory | Lecture 16 - Introduction to Convolutional Codes - II: State Diagram, Trellis Diagram |

Link | NOC:An Introduction to Coding Theory | Lecture 17 - Convolutional Codes: Classification, Realization |

Link | NOC:An Introduction to Coding Theory | Lecture 18 - Convolutional Codes:Distance Properties |

Link | NOC:An Introduction to Coding Theory | Lecture 19 - Decoding of Convolutional Codes - I: Viterbi Algorithm |

Link | NOC:An Introduction to Coding Theory | Lecture 20 - Decoding of Convolutional Codes - II: BCJR Algorithm |

Link | NOC:An Introduction to Coding Theory | Lecture 21 - Problem solving session - IV |

Link | NOC:An Introduction to Coding Theory | Lecture 22 - Problem solving session - V |

Link | NOC:An Introduction to Coding Theory | Lecture 23 - Performance Bounds for Convolutional Codes |

Link | NOC:An Introduction to Coding Theory | Lecture 24 - Low Density Parity Check Codes |

Link | NOC:An Introduction to Coding Theory | Lecture 25 - Decoding of Low Density Parity Check Codes - I |

Link | NOC:An Introduction to Coding Theory | Lecture 26 - Decoding of Low Density Parity Check Codes - II: Belief Propagation Algorithm |

Link | NOC:An Introduction to Coding Theory | Lecture 27 - Turbo Codes |

Link | NOC:An Introduction to Coding Theory | Lecture 28 - Turbo Decoding |

Link | NOC:An Introduction to Coding Theory | Lecture 29 - Problem Solving Sessions - VI |

Link | NOC:An Introduction to Coding Theory | Lecture 30 - Distance Properties of Turbo Codes |

Link | NOC:An Introduction to Coding Theory | Lecture 31 - Convergence of Turbo Codes |

Link | NOC:An Introduction to Coding Theory | Lecture 32 - Automatic Repeat reQuest (ARQ) Schemes |

Link | NOC:An Introduction to Coding Theory | Lecture 33 - Applications of Linear Codes |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication Systems - Part II | Lecture 1 - Introduction to Digital Communication Systems |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication Systems - Part II | Lecture 2 - Spectrum of Transmitted Digital Communication Signal and Wide Sense Stationarity |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication Systems - Part II | Lecture 3 - Spectrum of Transmitted Digital Communication Signal, Autocorrelation Function and Power Spectral Density |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication Systems - Part II | Lecture 4 - Spectrum of Transmitted Digital Communication Signal, Relation to Energy Spectral Density and Introduction to AWGN Channel |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication Systems - Part II | Lecture 5 - Additive White Gaussian Noise (AWGN) Properties, Gaussian Noise and White Noise |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication Systems - Part II | Lecture 6 - Structure of Digital Communication Receiver, Receiver Filter and Signal-to-Noise Power Ratio (SNR) |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication Systems - Part II | Lecture 7 - Digital Communication Receiver, Noise Properties and Output Noise Power |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication Systems - Part II | Lecture 8 - Digital Communication Receiver, Optimal SNR and Matched Filter |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication Systems - Part II | Lecture 9 - Probability of Error in Digital Communication and Probability Density Functions of Output |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication Systems - Part II | Lecture 10 - Probability of Error in Digital Communication, Optimal Decison Rule and Gaussian Q function |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication Systems - Part II | Lecture 11 - Introduction to Binary Phase Shift Keying (BPSK) Modulation, Optimal Decision Rule and Probability of Bit-Error or Bit-Error Rate (BER) |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication Systems - Part II | Lecture 12 - Introduction to Amplitude Shift Keying (ASK) Modulation |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication Systems - Part II | Lecture 13 - Optimal Decision Rule for Amplitude Shift Keying (ASK), Bit Error Rate (BER) and Comparison with Binary Phase Shift Keying (BPSK) Modulation |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication Systems - Part II | Lecture 14 - Introduction to Signal Space Concept and Orthonormal Basis Signals |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication Systems - Part II | Lecture 15 - Introduction to Frequency Shift Keying (FSK) |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication Systems - Part II | Lecture 16 - Optimal Decision Rule for FSK, Bit Error Rate (BER) and Comparison with BPSK, ASK |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication Systems - Part II | Lecture 17 - Introduction to Quadrature Phase Shift Keying (QPSK) |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication Systems - Part II | Lecture 18 - Waveforms of Quadrature Phase Shift Keying (QPSK) |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication Systems - Part II | Lecture 19 - Matched Filtering, Bit Error Rate and Symbol Error Rate for Quadrature Phase Shift Keying (QPSK) |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication Systems - Part II | Lecture 20 - Introduction to M-ary PAM (Pulse Amplitude Modulation), Average Symbol Power and Decision rules |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication Systems - Part II | Lecture 21 - M-ary PAM (Pulse Amplitude Modulation) -Part-II, Optimal Decision Rule and Probability of Error |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication Systems - Part II | Lecture 22 - M-ary QAM (Quadrature Amplitude Modulation) Part-I, Introduction, Transmitted Waveform and Average Symbol Energy |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication Systems - Part II | Lecture 23 - M-ary QAM (Quadrature Amplitude Modulation) - Part-II, Optimal Decision Rule, Probability of Error and Contellation Diagram |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication Systems - Part II | Lecture 24 - M-ary PSK (Phase Shift Keying) Part-I, Introduction , Transmitted Waveform and Constellation Diagram |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication Systems - Part II | Lecture 25 - M-ary PSK (Phase Shift Keying) - Part-II, Optimal Decision Rule, Nearest Neighbor Criterion and Approximate Probability of Error |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication Systems - Part II | Lecture 26 - Introduction to Information Theory, Relevance of Information Theory and Characterization of Information |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication Systems - Part II | Lecture 27 - Definition of Entropy, Average of Information / Uncertainity of source and Properties of Entropy |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication Systems - Part II | Lecture 28 - Entropy Example- Binary Source Maximum and Minimum Entropy of Binary Source |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication Systems - Part II | Lecture 29 - Maximum Entropy of Source with M-ary Alphabet, Concave/Convex Functions and Jensens Inequality |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication Systems - Part II | Lecture 30 - Joint Entropy , Definition of Joint Entropy of Two Sources and Simple Examples for Joint Entropy Computation |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication Systems - Part II | Lecture 31 - Properties of Joint Entropy and Relation between Joint Entropy and Marginal Entropies |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication Systems - Part II | Lecture 32 - Conditional Entropy, Example of Conditional Entropy and Properties of Conditional Entropy |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication Systems - Part II | Lecture 33 - Mutual Information, Diagrammatic Representation and Properties of Mutual Information |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication Systems - Part II | Lecture 34 - Simple Example of Mutual Information and Practical Example of Mutual Information-Binary Symmetric Channel |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication Systems - Part II | Lecture 35 - Channel Capacity, Implications of Channel Capacity, Claude E. Shannon- Father of Information Theory and Example of Capacity of Binary Symmetric Channel |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication Systems - Part II | Lecture 36 - Differential Entropy and Example for Uniform Probability Density function |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication Systems - Part II | Lecture 37 - Differential Entropy of Gaussian Source and Insights |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication Systems - Part II | Lecture 38 - Joint Conditional/ Differential Entropies and Mutual Information |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication Systems - Part II | Lecture 39 - Capacity of Gaussian channel - Part I |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication Systems - Part II | Lecture 40 - Capacity of Gaussian Channel - Part-II, Practical Implications and Maximum rate in bits\sec |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication Systems - Part II | Lecture 41 - Introduction to Source Coding and Data Compression, Variable Length codes and Unique Decodability |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication Systems - Part II | Lecture 42 - Uniquely Decodable Codes, Prefix-free code, Instantaneous Code and Average Code length |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication Systems - Part II | Lecture 43 - Binary Tree Representation of Code, Example and Kraft Inequality |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication Systems - Part II | Lecture 44 - Lower Bound on Average Code Length and Kullback-Leibler Divergence |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication Systems - Part II | Lecture 45 - Optimal Code length, Constrained Optimization and Morse Code Example |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication Systems - Part II | Lecture 46 - Approaching Lower Bound on Average code length and Block Coding |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication Systems - Part II | Lecture 47 - Huffman Code, Algorithm, Example and Average Code Length |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication Systems - Part II | Lecture 48 - Introduction to channel coding, Rate of Code, Repetition Code and Hamming Distance |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication Systems - Part II | Lecture 49 - Introduction to Convolutional Codes, Binary Field Arithmetic and Linear Codes |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication Systems - Part II | Lecture 50 - Example of Convolutional Code Output and Convolution Operation for Code generation |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication Systems - Part II | Lecture 51 - Matrix Representation of Convolutional Codes, Generator Matrix, Transform Domain Representation and Shift Register Architecture |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication Systems - Part II | Lecture 52 - State Diagram Representation of Convolutional Code, State transitions and Example of Code Generation using State transitions |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication Systems - Part II | Lecture 53 - Trellis Representation of Convolutional Code and Valid Code Words |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication Systems - Part II | Lecture 54 - Decoding of the Convolutional Code, Minimum Hamming distance and Maximum Likelihood Codeword Estimate |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication Systems - Part II | Lecture 55 - Principle of Decoding of Convolutional code |

Link | NOC:Principles of Communication Systems - Part II | Lecture 56 - Viterbi Decoder for Maximum Likelihood Decoding of Convolutional Code Using Trellis Representation, Branch Metric Calculation, State Metric Calculation and Example |

Link | NOC:Applied Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 1 - Introduction to Applied Elecromagnetics |

Link | NOC:Applied Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 2 - Introduction to Transmission lines |

Link | NOC:Applied Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 3 - Sinusoidal waves on Transmission lines |

Link | NOC:Applied Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 4 - Terminating T-lines: Reflection and Transmission coefficient |

Link | NOC:Applied Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 5 - Circuit parameters of a T-line |

Link | NOC:Applied Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 6 - Lossy Transmission lines and primary constants |

Link | NOC:Applied Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 7 - When to apply T-line Theory? |

Link | NOC:Applied Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 8 - Standing Waves on T-lines |

Link | NOC:Applied Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 9 - Lumped equivalent circuits of T-lines |

Link | NOC:Applied Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 10 - Impedance transformation and power flow on T-lines |

Link | NOC:Applied Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 11 - Graphical aid: Smith Chart Derivation |

Link | NOC:Applied Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 12 - Smith chart applications |

Link | NOC:Applied Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 13 - Further applications of Smith chart - Part 1 |

Link | NOC:Applied Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 14 - Further applications of Smith chart - Part 2 |

Link | NOC:Applied Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 15 - Impedance matching techniques - Part 1 |

Link | NOC:Applied Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 16 - Impedance matching techniques - Part 2 |

Link | NOC:Applied Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 17 - Impedance matching techniques - Part 3 |

Link | NOC:Applied Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 18 - T-lines in time domain: Lattice diagrams |

Link | NOC:Applied Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 19 - Further examples of use of lattice diagrams |

Link | NOC:Applied Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 20 - High-speed digital signal propagation on T-lines |

Link | NOC:Applied Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 21 - Transient analysis with reactive termination and Time-domain reflectometry |

Link | NOC:Applied Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 22 - Fault detection using TDR |

Link | NOC:Applied Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 23 - Why Electromagnetics? |

Link | NOC:Applied Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 24 - Rectangular coordinate systems |

Link | NOC:Applied Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 25 - Cylindrical coordinate systems |

Link | NOC:Applied Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 26 - Review of vector fields and Gradient |

Link | NOC:Applied Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 27 - Divergence, Curl, and Laplacian operations |

Link | NOC:Applied Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 28 - Towards Maxwells equations - Part 1 |

Link | NOC:Applied Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 29 - Towards Maxwells equations - Part 2 |

Link | NOC:Applied Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 30 - Faradays law |

Link | NOC:Applied Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 31 - Completing Maxwells equations and Boundary conditions |

Link | NOC:Applied Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 32 - Boundary conditions for Electromagnetic fields |

Link | NOC:Applied Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 33 - Electrostatics-I: Laplace and Poissons equations |

Link | NOC:Applied Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 34 - Electrostatics-II: Solving Laplaces equation in 1D |

Link | NOC:Applied Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 35 - Electrostatics-III: Solving Laplaces equation in 2D |

Link | NOC:Applied Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 36 - Electrostatics-IV: Finite Difference method for solving Laplaces equation |

Link | NOC:Applied Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 37 - Magnetostatic fields-I: Biot-Savart Law |

Link | NOC:Applied Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 38 - Magnetostatic fields-II: Calculation of magnetic fields |

Link | NOC:Applied Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 39 - Inductance calculations |

Link | NOC:Applied Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 40 - From Maxwells equations to uniform plane waves |

Link | NOC:Applied Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 41 - Plane wave propagation in lossless dielectric media |

Link | NOC:Applied Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 42 - Polarization of plane waves |

Link | NOC:Applied Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 43 - Can an Ideal capacitor exist? |

Link | NOC:Applied Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 44 - Skin effect in conductors |

Link | NOC:Applied Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 45 - Skin effect in round wires |

Link | NOC:Applied Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 46 - Finite difference method |

Link | NOC:Applied Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 47 - Reflection of uniform plane waves |

Link | NOC:Applied Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 48 - Application: Reflection from multiple media and anti-reflection coating. |

Link | NOC:Applied Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 49 - Oblique incidence of plane waves |

Link | NOC:Applied Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 50 - Total internal reflection |

Link | NOC:Applied Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 51 - Application: Matrix analysis of reflection from multiple boundaries |

Link | NOC:Applied Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 52 - Application: Fabry-Perot cavity and Multi-layer films |

Link | NOC:Applied Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 53 - Introduction to waveguides |

Link | NOC:Applied Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 54 - Rectangular waveguides |

Link | NOC:Applied Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 55 - Attenuation and Dispersion in rectangular waveguides |

Link | NOC:Applied Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 56 - Planar optical waveguides |

Link | NOC:Applied Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 57 - Application: Optical Fibers |

Link | NOC:Applied Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 58 - Application: WDM Optical Components |

Link | NOC:Applied Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 59 - Mach-Zehnder Modulator |

Link | NOC:Applied Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 60 - Wave Propagation in Anisotropic Medium |

Link | NOC:Applied Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 61 - Wave Propagation in Ferrites |

Link | NOC:Applied Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 62 - Magnetic Vector Potential - Part 1 |

Link | NOC:Applied Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 63 - Magnetic Vector Potential - Part 2 |

Link | NOC:Applied Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 64 - Fields of a Dipole Antenna |

Link | NOC:Applied Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 65 - Antenna Parameters and Long wire Antenna |

Link | NOC:Applied Engineering Electromagnetics | Lecture 66 - Friis Transmission Formula |

Link | NOC:Principles of Signals and Systems | Lecture 1 - Principles of Signals and Systems- Introduction to Signals and Systems, Signal Classification - Continuous and Discrete Time Signals |

Link | NOC:Principles of Signals and Systems | Lecture 2 - Analog and Digital Signals |

Link | NOC:Principles of Signals and Systems | Lecture 3 - Energy and Power Signals |

Link | NOC:Principles of Signals and Systems | Lecture 4 - Real Exponential Signals |

Link | NOC:Principles of Signals and Systems | Lecture 5 - Memory/Memory-less and Causal/Non-Causal Systems |

Link | NOC:Principles of Signals and Systems | Lecture 6 - Properties of Linear Systems |

Link | NOC:Principles of Signals and Systems | Lecture 7 - Example Problems - 1 |

Link | NOC:Principles of Signals and Systems | Lecture 8 - Example Problems - 2 |

Link | NOC:Principles of Signals and Systems | Lecture 9 - Example Problems - 3 |

Link | NOC:Principles of Signals and Systems | Lecture 10 - Properties and Analysis of LTI Systems - I |

Link | NOC:Principles of Signals and Systems | Lecture 11 - Properties and Analysis of LTI Systems - II |

Link | NOC:Principles of Signals and Systems | Lecture 12 - Properties and Analysis of LTI Systems - III |

Link | NOC:Principles of Signals and Systems | Lecture 13 - Properties of Discrete Time LTI Systems |

Link | NOC:Principles of Signals and Systems | Lecture 14 - Example Problems LTI Systems - I |

Link | NOC:Principles of Signals and Systems | Lecture 15 - Example Problems LTI Systems - II |

Link | NOC:Principles of Signals and Systems | Lecture 16 - Example Problems DT-LTI Systems |

Link | NOC:Principles of Signals and Systems | Lecture 17 - Laplace Transform |

Link | NOC:Principles of Signals and Systems | Lecture 18 - Laplace Transform Properties - I |

Link | NOC:Principles of Signals and Systems | Lecture 19 - Laplace Transform Properties - II |

Link | NOC:Principles of Signals and Systems | Lecture 20 - Laplace Transform of LTI Systems |

Link | NOC:Principles of Signals and Systems | Lecture 21 - Laplace Transform Example Problems - I |

Link | NOC:Principles of Signals and Systems | Lecture 22 - Laplace Transform Example Problems - II |

Link | NOC:Principles of Signals and Systems | Lecture 23 - Laplace Transform of RL, RC Circuit |

Link | NOC:Principles of Signals and Systems | Lecture 24 - Z-Transform |

Link | NOC:Principles of Signals and Systems | Lecture 25 - Z-Transform Properties - I |

Link | NOC:Principles of Signals and Systems | Lecture 26 - Z-Transform Properties - II |

Link | NOC:Principles of Signals and Systems | Lecture 27 - Z-Transform of LTI Systems |

Link | NOC:Principles of Signals and Systems | Lecture 28 - Z-Transform Examples - I |

Link | NOC:Principles of Signals and Systems | Lecture 29 - Z-Transform Examples - II |

Link | NOC:Principles of Signals and Systems | Lecture 30 - Z-Transform Examples - III |

Link | NOC:Principles of Signals and Systems | Lecture 31 - Z-Transform Examples - IV |

Link | NOC:Principles of Signals and Systems | Lecture 32 - Inverse Z-Transform |

Link | NOC:Principles of Signals and Systems | Lecture 33 - Fourier Analysis Introduction |

Link | NOC:Principles of Signals and Systems | Lecture 34 - Complex Exponential and Trigonometric FS |

Link | NOC:Principles of Signals and Systems | Lecture 35 - Conditions for Existence of FS |

Link | NOC:Principles of Signals and Systems | Lecture 36 - Fourier Transform (FT) Introduction |

Link | NOC:Principles of Signals and Systems | Lecture 37 - Properties of Fourier Transform - I |

Link | NOC:Principles of Signals and Systems | Lecture 38 - Properties of Fourier Transform - II |

Link | NOC:Principles of Signals and Systems | Lecture 39 - Fourier Transform - Parseval’s Relation |

Link | NOC:Principles of Signals and Systems | Lecture 40 - Fourier Transform of LTI Systems |

Link | NOC:Principles of Signals and Systems | Lecture 41 - FT- Ideal and Non-Ideal Filters |

Link | NOC:Principles of Signals and Systems | Lecture 42 - Fourier Analysis Examples - I |

Link | NOC:Principles of Signals and Systems | Lecture 43 - Fourier Analysis Examples - II |

Link | NOC:Principles of Signals and Systems | Lecture 44 - Fourier Analysis Examples - III |

Link | NOC:Principles of Signals and Systems | Lecture 45 - Fourier Analysis Examples - IV |

Link | NOC:Principles of Signals and Systems | Lecture 46 - Fourier Analysis Examples - V |

Link | NOC:Principles of Signals and Systems | Lecture 47 - Fourier Analysis Examples - VI |

Link | NOC:Principles of Signals and Systems | Lecture 48 - Fourier Analysis Bode Plot - I |

Link | NOC:Principles of Signals and Systems | Lecture 49 - Fourier Analysis Bode Plot - II |

Link | NOC:Principles of Signals and Systems | Lecture 50 - Fourier Transform Examples: Filtering - Ideal Low Pass Filter |

Link | NOC:Principles of Signals and Systems | Lecture 51 - Fourier Transform Problems: Unit Step Response of RC Circuit, Sampling of Continuous Signal |

Link | NOC:Principles of Signals and Systems | Lecture 52 - Sampling: Spectrum of Sampled Signal, Nyquist Criterion |

Link | NOC:Principles of Signals and Systems | Lecture 53 - Sampling: Reconstruction from Sampled Signal |

Link | NOC:Principles of Signals and Systems | Lecture 54 - Fourier Analysis of Discrete Time Signals and Systems - Introduction |

Link | NOC:Principles of Signals and Systems | Lecture 55 - Fourier Analysis of Discrete Time Signals - Duality, Parseval’s Theorem |

Link | NOC:Principles of Signals and Systems | Lecture 56 - Discrete Time Fourier Transform: Definition, Inverse DTFT, Convergence, Relation between DTFT and z-Transform, DTFT of Common Signals |

Link | NOC:Principles of Signals and Systems | Lecture 57 - Discrete Time Fourier Transform: Properties of DTFT - Linearity, Time Shifting, Frequency Shifting, Conjugation, Time-Reversal, Duality |

Link | NOC:Principles of Signals and Systems | Lecture 58 - Discrete Time Fourier Transform: Properties of DTFT - Differentiation in Frequency, Difference in Time, Convolution, Multiplication, Parseval’s Relation |

Link | NOC:Principles of Signals and Systems | Lecture 59 - DTFT: Discrete Time LTI Systems - LTI Systems Characterized by Difference Equations |

Link | NOC:Principles of Signals and Systems | Lecture 60 - Discrete Fourier Transform - Definition, Inverse DFT, Relation between DFT and DFS, Relation between DFT and DTFT, Properties - Linearity, Time Shifting |

Link | NOC:Principles of Signals and Systems | Lecture 61 - Discrete Fourier Transform: Properties - Conjugation, Frequency Shift, Duality, Circular Convolution, Multiplication, Parseval’s Relation, Example Problems for Fourier Analysis of Discrete Time Signals |

Link | NOC:Principles of Signals and Systems | Lecture 62 - Example Problems: DFS Analysis of Discrete Time Signals, Problems on DTFT |

Link | NOC:Principles of Signals and Systems | Lecture 63 - Example Problems: DTFT of Cosine, Unit Step Signals |

Link | NOC:Principles of Signals and Systems | Lecture 64 - DTFT Example Problems - III |

Link | NOC:Principles of Signals and Systems | Lecture 65 - DTFT Example Problems - IV |

Link | NOC:Principles of Signals and Systems | Lecture 66 - DTFT Example Problems - V |

Link | NOC:Principles of Signals and Systems | Lecture 67 - DFT Example Problems - I |

Link | NOC:Principles of Signals and Systems | Lecture 68 - Example Problems: DFT, IDFT in Matrix form |

Link | NOC:Principles of Signals and Systems | Lecture 69 - Group/Phase Delay - Part I |

Link | NOC:Principles of Signals and Systems | Lecture 70 - Group/Phase Delay - Part II |

Link | NOC:Principles of Signals and Systems | Lecture 71 - IIR Filter Structures: DF-I, DF-II |

Link | NOC:Principles of Signals and Systems | Lecture 72 - IIR Filter Structures: Transpose Form |

Link | NOC:Principles of Signals and Systems | Lecture 73 - IIR Filter Structures: Example |

Link | NOC:Principles of Signals and Systems | Lecture 74 - IIR Filter Structures: Cascade Form |

Link | NOC:Principles of Signals and Systems | Lecture 75 - IIR Filter: Parallel Form-I and II |

Link | NOC:Applied Optimization for Wireless, Machine Learning, Big Data | Lecture 1 - Vectors and Matrices - Linear Independence and Rank |

Link | NOC:Applied Optimization for Wireless, Machine Learning, Big Data | Lecture 2 - Eigenvectors and Eigenvalues of Matrices and their Properties |

Link | NOC:Applied Optimization for Wireless, Machine Learning, Big Data | Lecture 3 - Positive Semidefinite (PSD) and Postive Definite (PD) Matrices and their Properties |

Link | NOC:Applied Optimization for Wireless, Machine Learning, Big Data | Lecture 4 - Inner Product Space and it's Properties: Linearity, Symmetry and Positive Semi-definite |

Link | NOC:Applied Optimization for Wireless, Machine Learning, Big Data | Lecture 5 - Inner Product Space and it's Properties: Cauchy Schwarz Inequality |

Link | NOC:Applied Optimization for Wireless, Machine Learning, Big Data | Lecture 6 - Properties of Norm, Gaussian Elimination and Echleon form of matrix |

Link | NOC:Applied Optimization for Wireless, Machine Learning, Big Data | Lecture 7 - Gram Schmidt Orthogonalization Procedure |

Link | NOC:Applied Optimization for Wireless, Machine Learning, Big Data | Lecture 8 - Null Space and Trace of Matrices |

Link | NOC:Applied Optimization for Wireless, Machine Learning, Big Data | Lecture 9 - Eigenvalue Decomposition of Hermitian Matrices and Properties |

Link | NOC:Applied Optimization for Wireless, Machine Learning, Big Data | Lecture 10 - Matrix Inversion Lemma (Woodbury identity) |

Link | NOC:Applied Optimization for Wireless, Machine Learning, Big Data | Lecture 11 - Introduction to Convex Sets and Properties |

Link | NOC:Applied Optimization for Wireless, Machine Learning, Big Data | Lecture 12 - Affine Set Examples and Application |

Link | NOC:Applied Optimization for Wireless, Machine Learning, Big Data | Lecture 13 - Norm Ball and its Practical Applications |

Link | NOC:Applied Optimization for Wireless, Machine Learning, Big Data | Lecture 14 - Ellipsoid and its Practical Applications |

Link | NOC:Applied Optimization for Wireless, Machine Learning, Big Data | Lecture 15 - Norm Cone,Polyhedron and its Applications |

Link | NOC:Applied Optimization for Wireless, Machine Learning, Big Data | Lecture 16 - Applications: Cooperative Cellular Transmission |

Link | NOC:Applied Optimization for Wireless, Machine Learning, Big Data | Lecture 17 - Positive Semi Definite Cone And Positive Semi Definite (PSD) Matrices |

Link | NOC:Applied Optimization for Wireless, Machine Learning, Big Data | Lecture 18 - Introduction to Affine functions and examples |

Link | NOC:Applied Optimization for Wireless, Machine Learning, Big Data | Lecture 19 - norm balls and Matrix properties:Trace,Determinant |

Link | NOC:Applied Optimization for Wireless, Machine Learning, Big Data | Lecture 20 - Inverse of a Positive Definite Matrix |

Link | NOC:Applied Optimization for Wireless, Machine Learning, Big Data | Lecture 21 - Example Problems: Property of Norms,Problems on Convex Sets |

Link | NOC:Applied Optimization for Wireless, Machine Learning, Big Data | Lecture 22 - Problems on Convex Sets (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Applied Optimization for Wireless, Machine Learning, Big Data | Lecture 23 - Introduction to Convex and Concave Functions |

Link | NOC:Applied Optimization for Wireless, Machine Learning, Big Data | Lecture 24 - Properties of Convex Functions with examples |

Link | NOC:Applied Optimization for Wireless, Machine Learning, Big Data | Lecture 25 - Test for Convexity: Positive Semidefinite Hessian Matrix |

Link | NOC:Applied Optimization for Wireless, Machine Learning, Big Data | Lecture 26 - Application: MIMO Receiver Design as a Least Squares Problem |

Link | NOC:Applied Optimization for Wireless, Machine Learning, Big Data | Lecture 27 - Jensen's Inequality and Practical Application |

Link | NOC:Applied Optimization for Wireless, Machine Learning, Big Data | Lecture 28 - Jensen's Inequality application |

Link | NOC:Applied Optimization for Wireless, Machine Learning, Big Data | Lecture 29 - Properties of Convex Functions |

Link | NOC:Applied Optimization for Wireless, Machine Learning, Big Data | Lecture 30 - Conjugate Function and Examples to prove Convexity of various Functions |

Link | NOC:Applied Optimization for Wireless, Machine Learning, Big Data | Lecture 31 - Examples on Operations Preserving Convexity |

Link | NOC:Applied Optimization for Wireless, Machine Learning, Big Data | Lecture 32 - Examples on Test for Convexity, Quasi-Convexity |

Link | NOC:Applied Optimization for Wireless, Machine Learning, Big Data | Lecture 33 - Examples on Convex Functions |

Link | NOC:Applied Optimization for Wireless, Machine Learning, Big Data | Lecture 34 - Practical Application: Beamforming in Multi-antenna Wireless Communication |

Link | NOC:Applied Optimization for Wireless, Machine Learning, Big Data | Lecture 35 - Practical Application: Maximal Ratio Combiner for Wireless Systems |

Link | NOC:Applied Optimization for Wireless, Machine Learning, Big Data | Lecture 36 - Practical Application: Multi-antenna Beamforming with Interfering User |

Link | NOC:Applied Optimization for Wireless, Machine Learning, Big Data | Lecture 37 - Practical Application: Zero-Forcing (ZF) Beamforming with Interfering User |

Link | NOC:Applied Optimization for Wireless, Machine Learning, Big Data | Lecture 38 - Practical Application: Robust Beamforming With Channel Uncertainity for Wireless Systems |

Link | NOC:Applied Optimization for Wireless, Machine Learning, Big Data | Lecture 39 - Practical Application: Robust Beamformer Design for Wireless Systems |

Link | NOC:Applied Optimization for Wireless, Machine Learning, Big Data | Lecture 40 - Practical Application: Detailed Solution for Robust Beamformer Computation in Wireless Systems Text |

Link | NOC:Applied Optimization for Wireless, Machine Learning, Big Data | Lecture 41 - Linear modeling and Approximation Problems: Least Squares |

Link | NOC:Applied Optimization for Wireless, Machine Learning, Big Data | Lecture 42 - Geometric Intuition for Least Squares |

Link | NOC:Applied Optimization for Wireless, Machine Learning, Big Data | Lecture 43 - Practical Application: Multi antenna channel estimation |

Link | NOC:Applied Optimization for Wireless, Machine Learning, Big Data | Lecture 44 - Practical Application:Image deblurring |

Link | NOC:Applied Optimization for Wireless, Machine Learning, Big Data | Lecture 45 - Least Norm Signal Estimation |

Link | NOC:Applied Optimization for Wireless, Machine Learning, Big Data | Lecture 46 - Regularization: Least Squares + Least Norm |

Link | NOC:Applied Optimization for Wireless, Machine Learning, Big Data | Lecture 47 - Convex Optimization Problem representation: Canonical form, Epigraph form |

Link | NOC:Applied Optimization for Wireless, Machine Learning, Big Data | Lecture 48 - Linear Program Practical Application: Base Station Co-operation |

Link | NOC:Applied Optimization for Wireless, Machine Learning, Big Data | Lecture 49 - Stochastic Linear Program,Gaussian Uncertainty |

Link | NOC:Applied Optimization for Wireless, Machine Learning, Big Data | Lecture 50 - Practical Application: Multiple Input Multiple Output (MIMO) Beamforming |

Link | NOC:Applied Optimization for Wireless, Machine Learning, Big Data | Lecture 51 - Practical Application: Multiple Input Multiple Output (MIMO) Beamformer Design |

Link | NOC:Applied Optimization for Wireless, Machine Learning, Big Data | Lecture 52 - Practical Application: Co-operative Communication, Overview and various Protocols used |

Link | NOC:Applied Optimization for Wireless, Machine Learning, Big Data | Lecture 53 - Practical Application: Probability of Error Computation for Co-operative Communication |

Link | NOC:Applied Optimization for Wireless, Machine Learning, Big Data | Lecture 54 - Practical Application:Optimal power allocation factor determination for Co-operative Communication |

Link | NOC:Applied Optimization for Wireless, Machine Learning, Big Data | Lecture 55 - Practical Application: Compressive Sensing |

Link | NOC:Applied Optimization for Wireless, Machine Learning, Big Data | Lecture 56 - Practical Application |

Link | NOC:Applied Optimization for Wireless, Machine Learning, Big Data | Lecture 57 - Practical Application- Orthogonal Matching Pursuit (OMP) algorithm for Compressive Sensing |

Link | NOC:Applied Optimization for Wireless, Machine Learning, Big Data | Lecture 58 - Example Problem: Orthogonal Matching Pursuit (OMP) algorithm |

Link | NOC:Applied Optimization for Wireless, Machine Learning, Big Data | Lecture 59 - Practical Application : L1 norm minimization and regularization approach for Compressive Sensing Optimization problem |

Link | NOC:Applied Optimization for Wireless, Machine Learning, Big Data | Lecture 60 - Practical Application of Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence:Linear Classification, Overview and Motivation |

Link | NOC:Applied Optimization for Wireless, Machine Learning, Big Data | Lecture 61 - Practical Application: Linear Classifier (Support Vector Machine) Design |

Link | NOC:Applied Optimization for Wireless, Machine Learning, Big Data | Lecture 62 - Practical Application: Approximate Classifier Design |

Link | NOC:Applied Optimization for Wireless, Machine Learning, Big Data | Lecture 63 - Concept of Duality |

Link | NOC:Applied Optimization for Wireless, Machine Learning, Big Data | Lecture 64 - Relation between optimal value of Primal and Dual Problems, concepts of Duality gap and Strong Duality |

Link | NOC:Applied Optimization for Wireless, Machine Learning, Big Data | Lecture 65 - Example problem on Strong Duality |

Link | NOC:Applied Optimization for Wireless, Machine Learning, Big Data | Lecture 66 - Karush-Kuhn-Tucker (KKT) conditions |

Link | NOC:Applied Optimization for Wireless, Machine Learning, Big Data | Lecture 67 - Application of KKT condition:Optimal MIMO power allocation (Waterfilling) |

Link | NOC:Applied Optimization for Wireless, Machine Learning, Big Data | Lecture 68 - Optimal MIMO Power allocation (Waterfilling)-II |

Link | NOC:Applied Optimization for Wireless, Machine Learning, Big Data | Lecture 69 - Example problem on Optimal MIMO Power allocation (Waterfilling) |

Link | NOC:Applied Optimization for Wireless, Machine Learning, Big Data | Lecture 70 - Linear objective with box constraints, Linear Programming |

Link | NOC:Applied Optimization for Wireless, Machine Learning, Big Data | Lecture 71 - Example Problems II |

Link | NOC:Applied Optimization for Wireless, Machine Learning, Big Data | Lecture 72 - Examples on Quadratic Optimization |

Link | NOC:Applied Optimization for Wireless, Machine Learning, Big Data | Lecture 73 - Examples on Duality: Dual Norm, Dual of Linear Program (LP) |

Link | NOC:Applied Optimization for Wireless, Machine Learning, Big Data | Lecture 74 - Examples on Duality: Min-Max problem, Analytic Centering |

Link | NOC:Applied Optimization for Wireless, Machine Learning, Big Data | Lecture 75 - Semi Definite Program (SDP) and its application:MIMO symbol vector decoding |

Link | NOC:Applied Optimization for Wireless, Machine Learning, Big Data | Lecture 76 - Application:SDP for MIMO Maximum Likelihood (ML) Detection |

Link | NOC:Applied Optimization for Wireless, Machine Learning, Big Data | Lecture 77 - Introduction to big Data: Online Recommender System (Netflix) |

Link | NOC:Applied Optimization for Wireless, Machine Learning, Big Data | Lecture 78 - Matrix Completion Problem in Big Data: Netflix-I |

Link | NOC:Applied Optimization for Wireless, Machine Learning, Big Data | Lecture 79 - Matrix Completion Problem in Big Data: Netflix-II |

Link | NOC:Fiber-Optic Communication Systems and Techniques | Lecture 1 - Overview of fiber-optic communication systems |

Link | NOC:Fiber-Optic Communication Systems and Techniques | Lecture 2 - Review of Maxwell’s equations |

Link | NOC:Fiber-Optic Communication Systems and Techniques | Lecture 3 - Uniform plane waves (UWPs) in free-space |

Link | NOC:Fiber-Optic Communication Systems and Techniques | Lecture 4 - Properties of UWPs (propagation constant, polarization, and Poynting vector) |

Link | NOC:Fiber-Optic Communication Systems and Techniques | Lecture 5 - Boundary conditions and reflection from a PEC |

Link | NOC:Fiber-Optic Communication Systems and Techniques | Lecture 6 - Obliquely incident waves-I (TE and TM waves, Snell’s laws) |

Link | NOC:Fiber-Optic Communication Systems and Techniques | Lecture 7 - Obliquely incident waves-II (Reflection and transmission coefficients, Brewster angle) |

Link | NOC:Fiber-Optic Communication Systems and Techniques | Lecture 8 - Total internal reflection |

Link | NOC:Fiber-Optic Communication Systems and Techniques | Lecture 9 - Ray theory of dielectric slab waveguides |

Link | NOC:Fiber-Optic Communication Systems and Techniques | Lecture 10 - Transverse resonance condition for slab waveguides |

Link | NOC:Fiber-Optic Communication Systems and Techniques | Lecture 11 - Introduction to optical fibers |

Link | NOC:Fiber-Optic Communication Systems and Techniques | Lecture 12 - Ray theory of light propagation in optical fibers |

Link | NOC:Fiber-Optic Communication Systems and Techniques | Lecture 13 - Concept of waveguide modes |

Link | NOC:Fiber-Optic Communication Systems and Techniques | Lecture 14 - Systematic procedure to obtain modes of a waveguide |

Link | NOC:Fiber-Optic Communication Systems and Techniques | Lecture 15 - Systematic analysis of parallel plate metallic waveguide |

Link | NOC:Fiber-Optic Communication Systems and Techniques | Lecture 16 - Systematic analysis of dielectric slab waveguides |

Link | NOC:Fiber-Optic Communication Systems and Techniques | Lecture 17 - Further discussion on slab waveguides |

Link | NOC:Fiber-Optic Communication Systems and Techniques | Lecture 18 - Modal analysis of step index optical fiber |

Link | NOC:Fiber-Optic Communication Systems and Techniques | Lecture 19 - Properties of modes of step-index optical fiber - I |

Link | NOC:Fiber-Optic Communication Systems and Techniques | Lecture 20 - Properties of modes of step-index optical fiber - II |

Link | NOC:Fiber-Optic Communication Systems and Techniques | Lecture 21 - Linearly polarized modes |

Link | NOC:Fiber-Optic Communication Systems and Techniques | Lecture 22 - Attenuation and power loss in fibers |

Link | NOC:Fiber-Optic Communication Systems and Techniques | Lecture 23 - Introduction to dispersion in fibers |

Link | NOC:Fiber-Optic Communication Systems and Techniques | Lecture 24 - Mathematical modelling of dispersion: Transfer function approach |

Link | NOC:Fiber-Optic Communication Systems and Techniques | Lecture 25 - Pulse propagation equation and its solution |

Link | NOC:Fiber-Optic Communication Systems and Techniques | Lecture 26 - Pre-chirped pulses and Inter and Intra-modal dispersion in optical fibers |

Link | NOC:Fiber-Optic Communication Systems and Techniques | Lecture 27 - Beam Propagation Method |

Link | NOC:Fiber-Optic Communication Systems and Techniques | Lecture 28 - Polarization Effects on Pulse Propagation |

Link | NOC:Fiber-Optic Communication Systems and Techniques | Lecture 29 - Modes in Optical Fibres and Pulse Propagation in Optical Fibres |

Link | NOC:Fiber-Optic Communication Systems and Techniques | Lecture 30 - Graded Index Fibers |

Link | NOC:Fiber-Optic Communication Systems and Techniques | Lecture 31 - Light Sources, Detectors and Amplifiers |

Link | NOC:Fiber-Optic Communication Systems and Techniques | Lecture 32 - Basics of Lasers-I (Structure of Lasers, Process of Photon Emission) |

Link | NOC:Fiber-Optic Communication Systems and Techniques | Lecture 33 - Basics of Lasers-II (Einstein's Theory of Radiation) |

Link | NOC:Fiber-Optic Communication Systems and Techniques | Lecture 34 - Basics of Lasers-III (Population Inversion and Rate Equation for Lasers) |

Link | NOC:Fiber-Optic Communication Systems and Techniques | Lecture 35 - Basic Properties of Semiconductor Laser-I (Energy Gap, Intrinsic and Extrinsic Semiconductors) |

Link | NOC:Fiber-Optic Communication Systems and Techniques | Lecture 36 - Basic Properties of Semiconductor Laser-II (Fermi Level) |

Link | NOC:Fiber-Optic Communication Systems and Techniques | Lecture 37 - Optical Properties of Semiconductors-I (Direct Bandgap and Indirect Bandgap, Density of States) |

Link | NOC:Fiber-Optic Communication Systems and Techniques | Lecture 38 - Optical Properties of Semiconductors-II (Gain, Absorption, Recombination rate) Homojunction Lasers |

Link | NOC:Fiber-Optic Communication Systems and Techniques | Lecture 39 - Double Heterostructure Lasers, Introduction to Quantum Well Lasers |

Link | NOC:Fiber-Optic Communication Systems and Techniques | Lecture 40 - Semiconductor Optical Amplifier |

Link | NOC:Fiber-Optic Communication Systems and Techniques | Lecture 41 - Erbium-doped fiber amplifier |

Link | NOC:Fiber-Optic Communication Systems and Techniques | Lecture 42 - Photodetectors |

Link | NOC:Fiber-Optic Communication Systems and Techniques | Lecture 43 - Noise in Photodetectors |

Link | NOC:Fiber-Optic Communication Systems and Techniques | Lecture 44 - Introduction to WDM components |

Link | NOC:Fiber-Optic Communication Systems and Techniques | Lecture 45 - Couplers, Circulators, FRM and Filters |

Link | NOC:Fiber-Optic Communication Systems and Techniques | Lecture 46 - Filter, MUX/DEMUX, Diffraction grating (FBG and Long period grating) |

Link | NOC:Fiber-Optic Communication Systems and Techniques | Lecture 47 - Optical Modulators-I (Current modulation) |

Link | NOC:Fiber-Optic Communication Systems and Techniques | Lecture 48 - Optical Modulators-II (Electro-optic modulators) |

Link | NOC:Fiber-Optic Communication Systems and Techniques | Lecture 49 - Review of Communication Concepts-I (Deterministic and Random Signals, Baseband and Passband Signals) |

Link | NOC:Fiber-Optic Communication Systems and Techniques | Lecture 50 - Review of Communication Concepts-II (Signal and vectors, Signal energy, Orthonormal basis functions) |

Link | NOC:Fiber-Optic Communication Systems and Techniques | Lecture 51 - Intensity modulation/ Direct Detection |

Link | NOC:Fiber-Optic Communication Systems and Techniques | Lecture 52 - BER discussion for OOK systems |

Link | NOC:Fiber-Optic Communication Systems and Techniques | Lecture 53 - Higher order modulation and Coherent Receiver |

Link | NOC:Fiber-Optic Communication Systems and Techniques | Lecture 54 - Coherent receiver for BPSK systems and BER calculation |

Link | NOC:Fiber-Optic Communication Systems and Techniques | Lecture 55 - Recovering Polarization |

Link | NOC:Fiber-Optic Communication Systems and Techniques | Lecture 56 - DSP algorithms for Chromatic dispersion mitigation |

Link | NOC:Fiber-Optic Communication Systems and Techniques | Lecture 57 - DSP algorithms for Carrier phase estimation - I |

Link | NOC:Fiber-Optic Communication Systems and Techniques | Lecture 58 - DSP algorithms for Carrier phase estimation - II |

Link | NOC:Fiber-Optic Communication Systems and Techniques | Lecture 59 - Nonlinear effects in fiber |

Link | NOC:Fiber-Optic Communication Systems and Techniques | Lecture 60 - Four wave mixing, Loss measurement, Dispersion measurement |

Link | NOC:Fiber-Optic Communication Systems and Techniques | Lecture 61 - Lab Demonstration (Laser diode characteristics, Loss measurement, Optical Intensity Modulation) |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic Waves in Guided and Wireless Media | Lecture 1 - Introduction and Types of Transmission Lines |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic Waves in Guided and Wireless Media | Lecture 2 - Distributed Circuit Model of Uniform Transmission Line |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic Waves in Guided and Wireless Media | Lecture 3 - Voltage and Current Equation of the Transmission line |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic Waves in Guided and Wireless Media | Lecture 4 - Sinusoidal Excitation of Transmission Line (Propagation constant, Characteristic Impedance) |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic Waves in Guided and Wireless Media | Lecture 5 - Properties of Transmission Line (Reflection Coefficient, Input Impedance, Standing Wave Ratio) |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic Waves in Guided and Wireless Media | Lecture 6 - Power Calculations and Introduction to Smith Chart |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic Waves in Guided and Wireless Media | Lecture 7 - Smith Chart |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic Waves in Guided and Wireless Media | Lecture 8 - Additional Applications of Smith Chart |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic Waves in Guided and Wireless Media | Lecture 9 - Time domain Analysis of Transmission Line - I |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic Waves in Guided and Wireless Media | Lecture 10 - Time domain Analysis of Transmission Line - II |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic Waves in Guided and Wireless Media | Lecture 11 - Usage of Lattice Diagrams |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic Waves in Guided and Wireless Media | Lecture 12 - TDR analysis of Transmission Lines |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic Waves in Guided and Wireless Media | Lecture 13 - Introduction to Propagation of Electromagnetic Waves |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic Waves in Guided and Wireless Media | Lecture 14 - Uniform Plane Waves - I |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic Waves in Guided and Wireless Media | Lecture 15 - Uniform Plane Waves - II |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic Waves in Guided and Wireless Media | Lecture 16 - Poynting Vector, Average Power, Polarization |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic Waves in Guided and Wireless Media | Lecture 17 - Uniform Plane Waves in Lossy Medium |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic Waves in Guided and Wireless Media | Lecture 18 - Normal Incidence of Plane Waves |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic Waves in Guided and Wireless Media | Lecture 19 - Oblique Incidence of Plane Waves - I |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic Waves in Guided and Wireless Media | Lecture 20 - Oblique Incidence of Plane Waves - II |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic Waves in Guided and Wireless Media | Lecture 21 - Total Internal Reflection |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic Waves in Guided and Wireless Media | Lecture 22 - Slab Waveguides |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic Waves in Guided and Wireless Media | Lecture 23 - Optical Fibers |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic Waves in Guided and Wireless Media | Lecture 24 - Parallel Plate Waveguides |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic Waves in Guided and Wireless Media | Lecture 25 - Rectangular Waveguides |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic Waves in Guided and Wireless Media | Lecture 26 - Modes of Rectangular Waveguides |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic Waves in Guided and Wireless Media | Lecture 27 - Waveguides summary and Introduction to Radiation |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic Waves in Guided and Wireless Media | Lecture 28 - Solution to Electric Scalar Potential and Magnetic Vector Potential Equations |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic Waves in Guided and Wireless Media | Lecture 29 - Further discussion on Magnetic Vector Potential and Elementary Hertzian Dipole |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic Waves in Guided and Wireless Media | Lecture 30 - Near field and Far-field Antenna and Properties of Antennas |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic Waves in Guided and Wireless Media | Lecture 31 - Linear antenna - I |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic Waves in Guided and Wireless Media | Lecture 32 - Linear antenna - II and Properties of Transmitting and Receiving Antenna |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic Waves in Guided and Wireless Media | Lecture 33 - Friis Transmission Formula |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic Waves in Guided and Wireless Media | Lecture 34 - Antenna Array |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic Waves in Guided and Wireless Media | Lecture 35 - Wireless Channel |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic Waves in Guided and Wireless Media | Lecture 36 - Further discussion on Wireless Channel Modelling |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic Waves in Guided and Wireless Media | Lecture 37 - Diffraction - I |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic Waves in Guided and Wireless Media | Lecture 38 - Diffraction - II |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic Waves in Guided and Wireless Media | Lecture 39 - Distribution of Laser Beam |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic Waves in Guided and Wireless Media | Lecture 40 - Interference (Double slit experiment, Fabry Perot Interferometer) |

Link | NOC:Electromagnetic Waves in Guided and Wireless Media | Lecture 41 - Summary |

Link | NOC:Basic Electric Circuits | Lecture 1 - Basic Concepts |

Link | NOC:Basic Electric Circuits | Lecture 2 - Sinusoids and Phasors |

Link | NOC:Basic Electric Circuits | Lecture 3 - Circuit Elements - Part 1 |

Link | NOC:Basic Electric Circuits | Lecture 4 - Circuit Elements - Part 2 |

Link | NOC:Basic Electric Circuits | Lecture 5 - AC Power Analysis |

Link | NOC:Basic Electric Circuits | Lecture 6 - RMS Voltage and Current |

Link | NOC:Basic Electric Circuits | Lecture 7 - Topology |

Link | NOC:Basic Electric Circuits | Lecture 8 - Star-Delta Transformation and Mesh Analysis |

Link | NOC:Basic Electric Circuits | Lecture 9 - Mesh Analysis. |

Link | NOC:Basic Electric Circuits | Lecture 10 - Nodal Analysis |

Link | NOC:Basic Electric Circuits | Lecture 11 - Linearity Property and Superposition Theorem |

Link | NOC:Basic Electric Circuits | Lecture 12 - Source Transformation |

Link | NOC:Basic Electric Circuits | Lecture 13 - Duality |

Link | NOC:Basic Electric Circuits | Lecture 14 - Thevenin's Theorem - 1 |

Link | NOC:Basic Electric Circuits | Lecture 15 - Thevenin's Theorem - 2 |

Link | NOC:Basic Electric Circuits | Lecture 16 - Norton's Theorem - 1 |

Link | NOC:Basic Electric Circuits | Lecture 17 - Norton's Theorem - 2 |

Link | NOC:Basic Electric Circuits | Lecture 18 - Maximum Power Transfer Theorem - 1 |

Link | NOC:Basic Electric Circuits | Lecture 19 - Maximum Power Transfer Theorem - 2 |

Link | NOC:Basic Electric Circuits | Lecture 20 - Reciprocity and Compensation Theorem |

Link | NOC:Basic Electric Circuits | Lecture 21 - First Order RC Circuits |

Link | NOC:Basic Electric Circuits | Lecture 22 - First Order RL Circuits |

Link | NOC:Basic Electric Circuits | Lecture 23 - Singularity Functions |

Link | NOC:Basic Electric Circuits | Lecture 24 - Step Response of RC and RL Circuits |

Link | NOC:Basic Electric Circuits | Lecture 25 - Second Order Response |

Link | NOC:Basic Electric Circuits | Lecture 26 - Step Response of Second Order Circuits-First Order and Second Order Circuits (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Basic Electric Circuits | Lecture 27 - Step Response of Parallel RLC Circuit-First Order and Second Order Circuits (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Basic Electric Circuits | Lecture 28 - Definition of the Laplace Transform |

Link | NOC:Basic Electric Circuits | Lecture 29 - Properties of the Laplace Transform |

Link | NOC:Basic Electric Circuits | Lecture 30 - Inverse Laplace Transform |

Link | NOC:Basic Electric Circuits | Lecture 31 - Laplace Transform of Circuit Elements |

Link | NOC:Basic Electric Circuits | Lecture 32 - Transfer Function |

Link | NOC:Basic Electric Circuits | Lecture 33 - Convolution Integral |

Link | NOC:Basic Electric Circuits | Lecture 34 - Graphical Approach of Convolution Integral |

Link | NOC:Basic Electric Circuits | Lecture 35 - Network Stability and Network Synthesis |

Link | NOC:Basic Electric Circuits | Lecture 36 - Impedance Parameters |

Link | NOC:Basic Electric Circuits | Lecture 37 - Admittance Parameters |

Link | NOC:Basic Electric Circuits | Lecture 38 - Hybrid Parameters |

Link | NOC:Basic Electric Circuits | Lecture 39 - Transmission Parameters |

Link | NOC:Basic Electric Circuits | Lecture 40 - Interconnection of Networks |

Link | NOC:Basic Electric Circuits | Lecture 41 - Nodal and Mesh Analysis |

Link | NOC:Basic Electric Circuits | Lecture 42 - Superposition Theorem and Source Transformation |

Link | NOC:Basic Electric Circuits | Lecture 43 - Thevenin's, Norton's and, Maximum Power Transfer Theorem |

Link | NOC:Basic Electric Circuits | Lecture 44 - Magnetically Coupled Circuits |

Link | NOC:Basic Electric Circuits | Lecture 45 - Energy in Coupled Circuits and Ideal Transformer |

Link | NOC:Basic Electric Circuits | Lecture 46 - Ideal Transformer and Introduction to Three-Phase Circuits |

Link | NOC:Basic Electric Circuits | Lecture 47 - Balanced Three-Phase Connections |

Link | NOC:Basic Electric Circuits | Lecture 48 - Balanced Wye-Delta and Delta-Delta Connections |

Link | NOC:Basic Electric Circuits | Lecture 49 - Balanced Delta-Wye Connection and Power in Balanced Three-Phase System |

Link | NOC:Basic Electric Circuits | Lecture 50 - Unbalanced Three-Phase System and Three-Phase Power Measurement |

Link | NOC:Basic Electric Circuits | Lecture 51 - Introduction to Graphical Models |

Link | NOC:Basic Electric Circuits | Lecture 52 - State Equations |

Link | NOC:Basic Electric Circuits | Lecture 53 - State Diagram |

Link | NOC:Basic Electric Circuits | Lecture 54 - State Transition Matrix |

Link | NOC:Basic Electric Circuits | Lecture 55 - State Variable Method to Circuit Analysis |

Link | NOC:Basic Electric Circuits | Lecture 56 - Characteristic Equation, Eigenvalues, and Eigenvectors-State Variable Analysis (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Basic Electric Circuits | Lecture 57 - Modeling of Mechanical Systems |

Link | NOC:Basic Electric Circuits | Lecture 58 - Modeling of The Rotational Motion of Mechanical Systems |

Link | NOC:Basic Electric Circuits | Lecture 59 - Modeling of Electrical Systems |

Link | NOC:Basic Electric Circuits | Lecture 60 - Solving Analogous Systems |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Electric Drives | Lecture 1 - Introduction to Electric Drives |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Electric Drives | Lecture 2 - Dynamics of Electric Drives, Four Quadrant Operation, Equivalent Drive Parameters |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Electric Drives | Lecture 3 - Equivalent Drive Parameters, Friction Components, Nature of Load Torque |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Electric Drives | Lecture 4 - Steady State Stability, Load Equalization |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Electric Drives | Lecture 5 - Load Equalization, Characteristics of DC Motor |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Electric Drives | Lecture 6 - Speed Torque Characteristics of Separately Excited DC Motor and Series DC Motor |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Electric Drives | Lecture 7 - Field Control of Series Motor, Motoring and Braking of Separately Excited and Series DC motors |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Electric Drives | Lecture 8 - Speed Control of Separately Excited DC Motor Using Controlled Rectifiers |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Electric Drives | Lecture 9 - Analysis of Single Phase Full Controlled Converter-fed Separately Excited DC Motor |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Electric Drives | Lecture 10 - Speed Torque Characteristics of Full Controlled Converter-fed Separately Excited DC Motor, Analysis of Single Phase Half Controlled Converter-fed Separately Excited DC Motor |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Electric Drives | Lecture 11 - Analysis of Single Phase Half Controlled Converter-fed Separately Excited DC Motor. |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Electric Drives | Lecture 12 - Three Phase Full Controlled Converter-fed Separately Excited DC Motor, Multi-quadrant Operation of DC Motor |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Electric Drives | Lecture 13 - Dual Converter-fed DC Motor, Multi-quadrant Operation Using Field Current Reversal |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Electric Drives | Lecture 14 - DC Chopper-fed Separately Excited DC Motor for Motoring and Braking |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Electric Drives | Lecture 15 - Two-quadrant DC Chopper, Four-quadrant DC Chopper |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Electric Drives | Lecture 16 - Dynamic Braking of DC Motor by Chopper Controlled Resistor, Closed-loop Operation of DC Drives, Induction Motor Drives |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Electric Drives | Lecture 17 - Speed Torque Characteristics of Induction Motor, Operation of Induction Motor from Non-sinusoidal Supply |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Electric Drives | Lecture 18 - Operation of Induction Motor from Non-sinusoidal Supply |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Electric Drives | Lecture 19 - Stator Current of Induction Motor with Non-sinusoidal Supply, Operation of Induction Motor with Unbalanced Voltage Supply |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Electric Drives | Lecture 20 - Single Phasing of Induction Motor, Braking of Induction Motor |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Electric Drives | Lecture 21 - Dynamic braking of induction motor, AC dynamic braking, DC dynamic braking |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Electric Drives | Lecture 22 - Analysis of DC dynamic braking of induction motor |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Electric Drives | Lecture 23 - Self-excited dynamic braking of induction motor, Speed control of induction motor using stator voltage regulator, Variable voltage variable frequency control |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Electric Drives | Lecture 24 - Variable voltage variable frequency control of induction motor, Open loop V/F control |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Electric Drives | Lecture 25 - Slip speed control of induction motor, Constant Volt/Hz control with slip speed regulation |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Electric Drives | Lecture 26 - Closed-loop Volt/Hz control of induction motor with slip speed regulation, Multi-quadrant operation of induction motor drive |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Electric Drives | Lecture 27 - Current Source Inverter (CSI) fed induction motor drive |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Electric Drives | Lecture 28 - Closed-loop operation of current source inverter (CSI) fed induction motor drive, Control of slip ring induction motor - Static rotor resistance control |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Electric Drives | Lecture 29 - Closed-loop operation of slip ring induction motor with static rotor resistance control, Slip power recovery in slip ring induction motor - Static Kramer drive |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Electric Drives | Lecture 30 - Static Kramer drive and its closed-loop control, Introduction to synchronous motor |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Electric Drives | Lecture 31 - Various types of synchronous motors, Equivalent circuit and phasor diagram of cylindrical synchronous motor, Speed-torque characteristics of cylindrical synchronous motor |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Electric Drives | Lecture 32 - Phasor diagram of salient pole synchronous motor, Expression of power and torque for a salient pole synchronous motor, Synchronous reluctance motor, Open-loop V/f control of synchronous motor |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Electric Drives | Lecture 33 - Open-loop V/f control, Torque-speed characteristics, Self controlled synchronous motor drive employing load commutated thyristor inverter |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Electric Drives | Lecture 34 - Detailed analysis of commutation of load commutated thyrisor inverter, Derivation of overlap angle and margin angle, Closed-loop speed control scheme for load commutated inverter-fed synchronous motor drive |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Electric Drives | Lecture 35 - Low cost brushless DC motor (BLDCM), Trapezoidal permanent magnet AC motor |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Electric Drives | Lecture 36 - Trapezoidal permanent magnet AC motor, Derivation of power and torque, Closed-loop control of trapezoidal BLDC motor, Introduction to switched reluctance motor |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Electric Drives | Lecture 37 - Construction and operating principle of switched reluctance motor |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Electric Drives | Lecture 38 - Current/ voltage control for switched reluctance motor, operating modes of switched reluctance motor, Introduction to traction drives |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Electric Drives | Lecture 39 - Current collector for mainline trains, Nature of traction load, Duty cycle of traction drives |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Electric Drives | Lecture 40 - Duty cycle of traction drives, Distance between two stops, Calculation of total tractive effort and drive rating |

Link | NOC:Fuzzy Sets, Logic and Systems and Applications | Lecture 1 - Introduction: Fuzzy Sets, Logic and Systems and Applications |

Link | NOC:Fuzzy Sets, Logic and Systems and Applications | Lecture 2 - Introduction: Real Life Applications of Fuzzy Systems |

Link | NOC:Fuzzy Sets, Logic and Systems and Applications | Lecture 3 - Fuzzy Sets and Fuzzy Logic Toolbox in MATLAB - I |

Link | NOC:Fuzzy Sets, Logic and Systems and Applications | Lecture 4 - Fuzzy Sets and Fuzzy Logic Toolbox in MATLAB - II |

Link | NOC:Fuzzy Sets, Logic and Systems and Applications | Lecture 5 - Membership Functions - I |

Link | NOC:Fuzzy Sets, Logic and Systems and Applications | Lecture 6 - Membership Functions - II |

Link | NOC:Fuzzy Sets, Logic and Systems and Applications | Lecture 7 - Nomenclatures used in Fuzzy Set Theory - I |

Link | NOC:Fuzzy Sets, Logic and Systems and Applications | Lecture 8 - Nomenclatures used in Fuzzy Set Theory - II |

Link | NOC:Fuzzy Sets, Logic and Systems and Applications | Lecture 9 - Nomenclatures used in Fuzzy Set Theory - III |

Link | NOC:Fuzzy Sets, Logic and Systems and Applications | Lecture 10 - Set Theoretic Operations on Fuzzy Sets - I |

Link | NOC:Fuzzy Sets, Logic and Systems and Applications | Lecture 11 - Set Theoretic Operations on Fuzzy Sets - II |

Link | NOC:Fuzzy Sets, Logic and Systems and Applications | Lecture 12 - Properties of Fuzzy Sets - I |

Link | NOC:Fuzzy Sets, Logic and Systems and Applications | Lecture 13 - Properties of Fuzzy Sets - II |

Link | NOC:Fuzzy Sets, Logic and Systems and Applications | Lecture 14 - Properties of Fuzzy Sets - III |

Link | NOC:Fuzzy Sets, Logic and Systems and Applications | Lecture 15 - Properties of Fuzzy Sets - IV |

Link | NOC:Fuzzy Sets, Logic and Systems and Applications | Lecture 16 - Properties of Fuzzy Sets - V |

Link | NOC:Fuzzy Sets, Logic and Systems and Applications | Lecture 17 - Distance between Fuzzy Sets - I |

Link | NOC:Fuzzy Sets, Logic and Systems and Applications | Lecture 18 - Distance between Fuzzy Sets - II |

Link | NOC:Fuzzy Sets, Logic and Systems and Applications | Lecture 19 - Distance between Fuzzy Sets - III |

Link | NOC:Fuzzy Sets, Logic and Systems and Applications | Lecture 20 - Arithmetic Operations on Fuzzy Numbers - I |

Link | NOC:Fuzzy Sets, Logic and Systems and Applications | Lecture 21 - Arithmetic Operations on Fuzzy Numbers - II |

Link | NOC:Fuzzy Sets, Logic and Systems and Applications | Lecture 22 - Arithmetic Operations on Fuzzy Numbers - III |

Link | NOC:Fuzzy Sets, Logic and Systems and Applications | Lecture 23 - Complement of Fuzzy Sets |

Link | NOC:Fuzzy Sets, Logic and Systems and Applications | Lecture 24 - T-norm Operators |

Link | NOC:Fuzzy Sets, Logic and Systems and Applications | Lecture 25 - S-norm Operators |

Link | NOC:Fuzzy Sets, Logic and Systems and Applications | Lecture 26 - Parameterized T-Norm Operators |

Link | NOC:Fuzzy Sets, Logic and Systems and Applications | Lecture 27 - Parameterized S-Norm Operators |

Link | NOC:Fuzzy Sets, Logic and Systems and Applications | Lecture 28 - Fuzzy Relation - I |

Link | NOC:Fuzzy Sets, Logic and Systems and Applications | Lecture 29 - Fuzzy Relation - II |

Link | NOC:Fuzzy Sets, Logic and Systems and Applications | Lecture 30 - Operations on Crisp and Fuzzy Relations |

Link | NOC:Fuzzy Sets, Logic and Systems and Applications | Lecture 31 - Projection of Fuzzy Relation Set |

Link | NOC:Fuzzy Sets, Logic and Systems and Applications | Lecture 32 - Cylindrical Extension of Fuzzy Set |

Link | NOC:Fuzzy Sets, Logic and Systems and Applications | Lecture 33 - Properties of Fuzzy Relation - I |

Link | NOC:Fuzzy Sets, Logic and Systems and Applications | Lecture 34 - Properties of Fuzzy Relation - II |

Link | NOC:Fuzzy Sets, Logic and Systems and Applications | Lecture 35 - Extension Principle |

Link | NOC:Fuzzy Sets, Logic and Systems and Applications | Lecture 36 - Composition of Fuzzy Relations |

Link | NOC:Fuzzy Sets, Logic and Systems and Applications | Lecture 37 - Properties of Composition of Fuzzy Relations |

Link | NOC:Fuzzy Sets, Logic and Systems and Applications | Lecture 38 - Fuzzy Tolerance and Equivalence Relations - I |

Link | NOC:Fuzzy Sets, Logic and Systems and Applications | Lecture 39 - Fuzzy Tolerance and Equivalence Relations - II |

Link | NOC:Fuzzy Sets, Logic and Systems and Applications | Lecture 40 - Fuzzy Tolerance and Equivalence Relations - III |

Link | NOC:Fuzzy Sets, Logic and Systems and Applications | Lecture 41 - Linguistic Hedges |

Link | NOC:Fuzzy Sets, Logic and Systems and Applications | Lecture 42 - Linguistic Hedges and Negation/ Complement and Connectives |

Link | NOC:Fuzzy Sets, Logic and Systems and Applications | Lecture 43 - Concentration and Dilation and Composite Linguistic Term and Some Examples |

Link | NOC:Fuzzy Sets, Logic and Systems and Applications | Lecture 44 - Dilation and Composite Linguistic Term and Some Examples |

Link | NOC:Fuzzy Sets, Logic and Systems and Applications | Lecture 45 - Some Examples on Composite Linguistic Terms |

Link | NOC:Fuzzy Sets, Logic and Systems and Applications | Lecture 46 - Contrast Intensification of Fuzzy Sets |

Link | NOC:Fuzzy Sets, Logic and Systems and Applications | Lecture 47 - Orthogonality of Fuzzy Sets |

Link | NOC:Fuzzy Sets, Logic and Systems and Applications | Lecture 48 - Fuzzy Rules and Fuzzy Reasoning - I |

Link | NOC:Fuzzy Sets, Logic and Systems and Applications | Lecture 49 - Fuzzy Rules and Fuzzy Reasoning - II |

Link | NOC:Fuzzy Sets, Logic and Systems and Applications | Lecture 50 - Fuzzy Inference System |

Link | NOC:Fuzzy Sets, Logic and Systems and Applications | Lecture 51 - Mamdani Fuzzy Model - I |

Link | NOC:Fuzzy Sets, Logic and Systems and Applications | Lecture 52 - Mamdani Fuzzy Model - II |

Link | NOC:Fuzzy Sets, Logic and Systems and Applications | Lecture 53 - Mamdani Fuzzy Model - III |

Link | NOC:Fuzzy Sets, Logic and Systems and Applications | Lecture 54 - Example on Mamdani Fuzzy Model for Single Antecedent with Three Rules |

Link | NOC:Fuzzy Sets, Logic and Systems and Applications | Lecture 55 - Example on Mamdani Fuzzy Model for Two Antecedents with Four Rules |

Link | NOC:Fuzzy Sets, Logic and Systems and Applications | Lecture 56 - Larsen Fuzzy Model - I |

Link | NOC:Fuzzy Sets, Logic and Systems and Applications | Lecture 57 - Larsen Fuzzy Model - II |

Link | NOC:Fuzzy Sets, Logic and Systems and Applications | Lecture 58 - Larsen Fuzzy Model - III |

Link | NOC:Fuzzy Sets, Logic and Systems and Applications | Lecture 59 - Tsukamoto Fuzzy Model |

Link | NOC:Fuzzy Sets, Logic and Systems and Applications | Lecture 60 - TSK Fuzzy Model |

Link | NOC:Peer to Peer Networks | Lecture 1 - Introduction to Peer to Peer Networks |

Link | NOC:Peer to Peer Networks | Lecture 2 - Peer to Peer Network in Telephony:Voice over Internet Telephony (VoIP) and Distributed Hash Table (DHT) |

Link | NOC:Peer to Peer Networks | Lecture 3 - Building DHT Networks |

Link | NOC:Peer to Peer Networks | Lecture 4 - Logarithmic Partitioning of Node ID Space and Index Entry Authenticity |

Link | NOC:Peer to Peer Networks | Lecture 5 - Implementation of Voice over Internet Telephony in P2P Way |

Link | NOC:Peer to Peer Networks | Lecture 6 - Leaf Nodes, Core Nodes and Type of Messages in DHT Networks |

Link | NOC:Peer to Peer Networks | Lecture 7 - Static and Dynamic Partitioning of Node ID Space: Fixed and Floating Partitioning |

Link | NOC:Peer to Peer Networks | Lecture 8 - PASTRY Protocol: The Efficient Use of Internet Infrastructure |

Link | NOC:Peer to Peer Networks | Lecture 9 - Understanding the PASTRY Protocol through Example |

Link | NOC:Peer to Peer Networks | Lecture 10 - Kademlia: A DHT Routing Protocol |

Link | NOC:Peer to Peer Networks | Lecture 11 - Tapestry: An Evolution of Kademlia |

Link | NOC:Peer to Peer Networks | Lecture 12 - Understanding the Tapestry Protocol through Example |

Link | NOC:Peer to Peer Networks | Lecture 13 - Multi-dimensional Distributed Hash Table: Mapping of Peers into Multidimensional Space |

Link | NOC:Peer to Peer Networks | Lecture 14 - Multi-Layer DHT: A Design for Multiple Services |

Link | NOC:Peer to Peer Networks | Lecture 15 - Keeping |

Link | NOC:Peer to Peer Networks | Lecture 16 - Abrupt and Graceful Exit of Root Node: Maintaining |

Link | NOC:Peer to Peer Networks | Lecture 17 - Resilience of |

Link | NOC:Peer to Peer Networks | Lecture 18 - A P2P Distributed File System |

Link | NOC:Peer to Peer Networks | Lecture 19 - Storage Space Problem and Incentives to Share Storage |

Link | NOC:Peer to Peer Networks | Lecture 20 - P2P Nodes Communications Challenges in Heterogeneous Network Environments |

Link | NOC:Peer to Peer Networks | Lecture 21 - P2P Overlaid Multicast: Basic Design |

Link | NOC:Peer to Peer Networks | Lecture 22 - P2P Overlaid Multicast: Alternate Design |

Link | NOC:Peer to Peer Networks | Lecture 23 - A Design of P2P Email System |

Link | NOC:Peer to Peer Networks | Lecture 24 - P2P Mailing List Services: A Basic Design |

Link | NOC:Peer to Peer Networks | Lecture 25 - P2P Mailing List Services: An Alternate Design |

Link | NOC:Peer to Peer Networks | Lecture 26 - P2P Web: A Basic Design |

Link | NOC:Peer to Peer Networks | Lecture 27 - P2P Web Search Engine: A Basic Design |

Link | NOC:Peer to Peer Networks | Lecture 28 - P2P Internet: On Being Anonymous |

Link | NOC:Peer to Peer Networks | Lecture 29 - P2P in Blockchain |

Link | NOC:Peer to Peer Networks | Lecture 30 - P2P Anonymous Communication |

Link | NOC:Peer to Peer Networks | Lecture 31 - The Anonymous Communication on the Internet through TOR Network |

Link | NOC:Peer to Peer Networks | Lecture 32 - An Introduction To TOR Browser: The Anonymity Preserving Access of the Web Sites |

Link | NOC:Peer to Peer Networks | Lecture 33 - Hidden Services on TOR Network |

Link | NOC:Peer to Peer Networks | Lecture 34 - MOOC Wrap-Up : Summary of the Course |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra for Signal Processing, Data Analytics and Machine Learning | Lecture 1 - Vector Properties: Addition, Linear Combination, Inner Product, Orthogonality, Norm |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra for Signal Processing, Data Analytics and Machine Learning | Lecture 2 - Vectors: Unit Norm Vector, Cauchy-Schwarz inequality, Radar Application |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra for Signal Processing, Data Analytics and Machine Learning | Lecture 3 - Inner Product Application: Beamforming in Wireless Communication Systems |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra for Signal Processing, Data Analytics and Machine Learning | Lecture 4 - Matrices, Definition, Addition and Multiplication of Matrices |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra for Signal Processing, Data Analytics and Machine Learning | Lecture 5 - Matrix: Column Space, Linear Independence, Rank of Matrix, Gaussian Elimination |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra for Signal Processing, Data Analytics and Machine Learning | Lecture 6 - Matrix: Determinant, Inverse Computation, Adjoint, Cofactor Concepts |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra for Signal Processing, Data Analytics and Machine Learning | Lecture 7 - Applications of Matrices: Solution of System of Linear equations, MIMO Wireless Technology |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra for Signal Processing, Data Analytics and Machine Learning | Lecture 8 - Applications of Matrices: Electric Circuits, Traffic flows |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra for Signal Processing, Data Analytics and Machine Learning | Lecture 9 - Applications of Matrices: Graph Theory, Social Networks, Dominance Directed Graph, Influential Node |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra for Signal Processing, Data Analytics and Machine Learning | Lecture 10 - Null Space of Matrix: Definition, Rank-Nullity Theorem, Application in Electric Circuits |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra for Signal Processing, Data Analytics and Machine Learning | Lecture 11 - Gram-Schmidt Orthogonalization |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra for Signal Processing, Data Analytics and Machine Learning | Lecture 12 - Gaussian Random Variable: Definition, Mean, Variance, Multivariate Gaussian, Covariance Matrix |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra for Signal Processing, Data Analytics and Machine Learning | Lecture 13 - Linear Transformation of Gaussian Random Vectors |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra for Signal Processing, Data Analytics and Machine Learning | Lecture 14 - Machine Learning Application: Gaussian Classification |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra for Signal Processing, Data Analytics and Machine Learning | Lecture 15 - Eigenvalue: Definition, Characteristic Equation, Eigenvalue Decomposition |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra for Signal Processing, Data Analytics and Machine Learning | Lecture 16 - Special Matrices: Rotation and Unitary Matrices, Application: Alamouti Code |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra for Signal Processing, Data Analytics and Machine Learning | Lecture 17 - Positive Semi-definite (PSD) Matrices: Definition, Properties, Eigenvalue Decomposition |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra for Signal Processing, Data Analytics and Machine Learning | Lecture 18 - Positive Semidefinite Matrix: Example and Illustration of Eigenvalue Decomposition |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra for Signal Processing, Data Analytics and Machine Learning | Lecture 19 - Machine Learning Application: Principle Component Analysis (PCA) |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra for Signal Processing, Data Analytics and Machine Learning | Lecture 20 - Computer Vision Application: Face Recognition, Eigenfaces |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra for Signal Processing, Data Analytics and Machine Learning | Lecture 21 - Least Squares (LS) Solution, Pseudo-Inverse Concept |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra for Signal Processing, Data Analytics and Machine Learning | Lecture 22 - Least Squares (LS) via Principle of Orthogonality, Projection Matrix, Properties |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra for Signal Processing, Data Analytics and Machine Learning | Lecture 23 - Application: Pseudo-Inverse and MIMO Zero Forcing (ZF) Receiver |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra for Signal Processing, Data Analytics and Machine Learning | Lecture 24 - Wireless Application: Multi-Antenna Channel Estimation |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra for Signal Processing, Data Analytics and Machine Learning | Lecture 25 - Machine Learning Application: Linear Regression |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra for Signal Processing, Data Analytics and Machine Learning | Lecture 26 - Computation Mathematics Application: Polynomial Fitting |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra for Signal Processing, Data Analytics and Machine Learning | Lecture 27 - Least Norm Solution |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra for Signal Processing, Data Analytics and Machine Learning | Lecture 28 - Wireless Application: Multi-user Beamforming |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra for Signal Processing, Data Analytics and Machine Learning | Lecture 29 - Singular Value Decomposition (SVD): Definition, Properties, Example |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra for Signal Processing, Data Analytics and Machine Learning | Lecture 30 - SVD Application in MIMO Wireless Technology: Spatial-Multiplexing and High Data Rates |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra for Signal Processing, Data Analytics and Machine Learning | Lecture 31 - SVD for MIMO wireless optimization, water-filling algorithm, optimal power allocation |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra for Signal Processing, Data Analytics and Machine Learning | Lecture 32 - SVD application for Machine Learning: Principal component analysis (PCA) |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra for Signal Processing, Data Analytics and Machine Learning | Lecture 33 - Multiple signal classification (MUSIC) algorithm: system model |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra for Signal Processing, Data Analytics and Machine Learning | Lecture 34 - MUSIC algorithm for Direction of Arrival (DoA) estimation |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra for Signal Processing, Data Analytics and Machine Learning | Lecture 35 - Linear minimum mean square error (LMMSE) principle |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra for Signal Processing, Data Analytics and Machine Learning | Lecture 36 - LMMSE estimate and error covariance matrix |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra for Signal Processing, Data Analytics and Machine Learning | Lecture 37 - LMMSE estimation in linear systems |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra for Signal Processing, Data Analytics and Machine Learning | Lecture 38 - LMMSE application: Wireless channel estimation and example |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra for Signal Processing, Data Analytics and Machine Learning | Lecture 39 - Time-series prediction via auto-regressive (AR) model |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra for Signal Processing, Data Analytics and Machine Learning | Lecture 40 - Recommender system: design and rating prediction |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra for Signal Processing, Data Analytics and Machine Learning | Lecture 41 - Recommender system: Illustration via movie rating prediction example |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra for Signal Processing, Data Analytics and Machine Learning | Lecture 42 - Fast Fourier transform (FFT) and Inverse fast Fourier transform (IFFT) |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra for Signal Processing, Data Analytics and Machine Learning | Lecture 43 - IFFT/ FFT application in Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (OFDM) wireless technology |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra for Signal Processing, Data Analytics and Machine Learning | Lecture 44 - OFDM system: Circulant matrices and properties |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra for Signal Processing, Data Analytics and Machine Learning | Lecture 45 - OFDM system model: Transmitter and receiver processing |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra for Signal Processing, Data Analytics and Machine Learning | Lecture 46 - Single-carrier frequency division for multiple access (SC-FDMA) technology |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra for Signal Processing, Data Analytics and Machine Learning | Lecture 47 - Linear dynamical systems: definition and solution via matrix exponential |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra for Signal Processing, Data Analytics and Machine Learning | Lecture 48 - Linear dynamical systems: matrix exponential via SVD |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra for Signal Processing, Data Analytics and Machine Learning | Lecture 49 - Machine Learning application: Support Vector Machines (SVM) |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra for Signal Processing, Data Analytics and Machine Learning | Lecture 50 - Support Vector Machines (SVM): Problem formulation via maximum hyperplane separation |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra for Signal Processing, Data Analytics and Machine Learning | Lecture 51 - Sparse regression: problem formulation and relation to Compressive Sensing (CS) |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra for Signal Processing, Data Analytics and Machine Learning | Lecture 52 - Sparse regression: solution via the Orthogonal Matching Pursuit (OMP) algorithm |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra for Signal Processing, Data Analytics and Machine Learning | Lecture 53 - OMP Example for Sparse Regression |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra for Signal Processing, Data Analytics and Machine Learning | Lecture 54 - Machine Learning Application: Clustering |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra for Signal Processing, Data Analytics and Machine Learning | Lecture 55 - K-Means Clustering algorithm |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra for Signal Processing, Data Analytics and Machine Learning | Lecture 56 - Introduction to Stochastic Processes and Markov Chains |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra for Signal Processing, Data Analytics and Machine Learning | Lecture 57 - Discrete Time Markov Chains and Transition Probability Matrix |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra for Signal Processing, Data Analytics and Machine Learning | Lecture 58 - Discrete Time Markov Chain Examples |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra for Signal Processing, Data Analytics and Machine Learning | Lecture 59 - m-STEP Transition Probabilities for Discrete Time Markov Chains |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra for Signal Processing, Data Analytics and Machine Learning | Lecture 60 - Limiting Behavior of Discrete Time Markov Chains |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra for Signal Processing, Data Analytics and Machine Learning | Lecture 61 - Least Squares Revisited: Rank Deficient Matrix |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra for Signal Processing, Data Analytics and Machine Learning | Lecture 62 - Least Squares using SVD |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra for Signal Processing, Data Analytics and Machine Learning | Lecture 63 - Weighted Least Squares |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra for Signal Processing, Data Analytics and Machine Learning | Lecture 64 - Weighted Least Squares Example |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra for Signal Processing, Data Analytics and Machine Learning | Lecture 65 - Woodbury Matrix Identity - Matrix Inversion Lemma |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra for Signal Processing, Data Analytics and Machine Learning | Lecture 66 - Woodbury Matrix Identity - Proof |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra for Signal Processing, Data Analytics and Machine Learning | Lecture 67 - Conditional Gaussian Density - Mean |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra for Signal Processing, Data Analytics and Machine Learning | Lecture 68 - Conditional Gaussian Density - Covariance |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra for Signal Processing, Data Analytics and Machine Learning | Lecture 69 - Scalar Linear Model for Gaussian Estimation |

Link | NOC:Applied Linear Algebra for Signal Processing, Data Analytics and Machine Learning | Lecture 70 - MMSE Estimate and Covariance for the Scalar Linear Model |

Link | NOC:Economic Operations and Control of Power Systems | Lecture 1 |

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Link | NOC:Economic Operations and Control of Power Systems | Lecture 3 |

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