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Electrical Engineering

Electrical engineering is a field of science that concerns with the application of different fields of electricity. There are a lot of different fields which we will be covering ranging from digital system design to signals, amplifiers, microcontrollers, control engineering and more. Electrical engineering is one such subject which requires a systematic approach to learning or else one can easily get jumbled up in between the topics.


Videos lectures provide details about micro and smart systems along wt MATLAB and stitched mode power conversion too. With all these modules, your knowledge of electrical engineering is going to improve by leaps and bounds. In our video tutorials, we are going to discuss about a lot of different electrical engineering topics as we have also devoted courses to advanced topics and projects like those involving microcontroller, electric drives, wireless mobile communications and more.

With our video lessons, you will be able to gain the right level of proficiency which is going to guide you in excelling in the different fields related to electrical engineering. Make it a point to go through the lectures in the right manner and you will be able to learn about all the different aspects that are a part of electrical engineering curriculum.

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Contents: Overview of electronic systems packaging : Introduction and Objectives of the course - Definition of a system and history of semiconductors - Products and levels of
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Introduction to Power System Stability : Power System Operation and Control - Stability Problems faced by Power Systems - Impact on Power System Operation and Control - Analys
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Introduction to control problem - Basic Feedback Structure - Introduction to Control Problem - Dynamic Systems and Dynamic Response - Models of Industrial Control Devices and
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Generalized theory and Kronís primitive machine model - Modeling of dc machines - Modeling of induction machine - Modeling of synchronous machine - Reference frame theory and
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Contents: Introduction : Glimpses of Microsystems; scaling effects - Smart materials and systems: an overview - Microsensors: some examples - Microactuators: some examples -
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Contents: Wireless Communications and Diversity : Fast Fading Wireless Channel Modeling - Rayleigh/Ricean Fading Channels - BER Performance in Fading Channels - Diversity mod
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Contents: Fundamentals of single phase transformers : Introduction; Basics of magnetic circuits, Ampereís law, linear and nonlinear magnetic circuits; Faradayís law of electr
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Contents: An overview of optimization problem, some examples of optimum design problem - Concepts and terms related to optimization problem, necessary and sufficient conditio
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Evolution of HVDC Transmission-Comparison of HVAC and HVDC systems-Type of HVDC Transmission systems-Components of HVDC transmission systems - Analysis of simple rectifier cir
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Introduction to Information Theory and Coding - Definition of Information Measure and Entropy - Extension of An Information Source and Markov Source - Adjoint of An Informatio
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Course Overview & Basics - Example Codes and their Parameters - Mathematical Preliminaries: Groups - Subgroups and Equivalence Relations - Cosets, Rings & Fields - Vector Spac
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The goal of this course is to solidify and build upon a student's knowledge of computer organization by presenting hands-on experience with microcontrollers. Students will als
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UC Berkeley Fall 2011
Metrics - delay power - brief introducction to CMOS inverter operation - CMOS manufacturing Process - MOS transistor - Inverter VTC - MOS capacitor - Inverter delay - Energy -
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UC Berkeley Fall 2011
Physics, fabrication, and design of micro-electromechanical systems (MEMS). Micro and nanofabrication processes, including silicon surface and bulk micromachining and non-sili
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UC Berkeley Spring 2013
This course covers the fundamental circuit and device concepts needed to understand analog integrated circuits. After an overview of the basic properties of semiconductors, th
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UC Berkeley Fall 2012
This course serves as an introduction to the principles of electrical engineering, starting from the basic concepts of voltage and current and circuit elements of resistors, c
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