Electrical Science and Engineering
Introduction to DC Circuits
Circuit Theory 1a Introduction to Electrical Engineering, DC Circuits, Resistance and Capacitance, Kirchoff Law
Resistors, Capacitors, problems related to these. 
Circuit Theory 1b  More solved problems related to DC Circuits with Resistance and Capacitance
Capacitors, computing capacitance, RC
Circuits, time constant of decay, computing voltage and electrostatic
energy across a capacitance 
Circuit Theory 2a  Introducing Inductors
Inductors, inductance,
computing selfinductance, fluxlinkages, computing energy stored as a
magnetic field in a coil, mutual inductance, dot convention, introduction to RL Circuits and decay of an inductor. 
Circuit Theory 2b  Problems related to RL, LC, RLC circuits
Introducing the concept of oscillations. Solving problems related to RL, LC and RLC circuits using calculus based techniques. 
Circuit Theory 3a  Electrical Networks and Network Theorems
Different kind of
network elements: Active and passive, linear and nonlinear, lumped and
distributed. Voltage and current sources. Superposition theorem,
Thevenin (or Helmholtz) theorem and problems based on these.

Circuit Theory 3b  More network theorems, solved problems
More solved problems
and examples related to electrical networks. Star and Delta network
transformations, maximum power transfer theorem, Compensation theorem
and Tellegen's Theorem and examples related to these. 


Introduction to Digital Electronic Circuits and Boolean logic
Introduction to the Number System : Part 1
Introducing number
systems. Representation of numbers in Decimal, Binary,Octal and
Hexadecimal forms. Conversion from one form to the other. 
Number System : Part 2
Binary addition, subtraction and multiplication. Booth's multiplication algorithm. Unsigned and signed numbers. 
Introduction to Boolean Algebra : Part 1
Binary logic: True
and false. Logical operators like OR, NOT, AND. Constructing truth
tables. Basic postulates of Boolean Algebra. Logical addition,
multiplication and complement rules. Principles of duality. Basic
theorems of boolean algebra: idempotence, involution, complementary,
commutative, associative, distributive and absorption laws. 
Boolean Algebra : Part 2
Demorgan's laws. Logic gates. 2 input
and 3 input gates. XOR, XNOR gates. Universality of NAND and NOR gates.
Realization of Boolean expressions using NAND and NOR. Replacing gates
in a boolean circuit with NAND and NOR. 
Understanding Karnaugh Maps : Part 1 Introducing
Karnaugh Maps. Minterms and Maxterms. Canonical expressions. Sum of
products and product of sums forms. Shorthand notations. Expanding
expressions in SOP and POS Forms ( Sum of products and Product of sums
). Minimizing boolean expressions via Algebraic methods or map based
reduction techniques. Pair, quad and octet in the context of Karnaugh
Maps.

Karnaugh Maps : Part 2
Map rolling. Overlapping and redundant groups. Examples of reducing expressions via KMap techniques. 
Introduction to Combinational Circuits : Part 1
Combinational
circuits: for which logic is entirely dependent of inputs and nothing
else. Introduction to Multiplexers, Demultiplexers, encoders and
decoders.Memories: RAM and ROM. Different kinds of ROM  Masked ROM,
programmable ROM. 

Introduction to Sequential Circuits : Part 1
Introduction to
Sequential circuits. Different kinds of Flip Flops. RS, D, T, JK.
Structure of flip flops. Switching example. Counters and Timers. Ripple
and Synchronous Counters. 
Sequential Circuits : Part 2
ADC or DAC Converters
and conversion processes. Flash Converters, ramp generators. Successive
approximation and quantization errors. 


Signals, Networks and Systems
