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Did you try contact him ?
Couldn't you get them here? ;-) Or from here? Or the video presentation?
I found lecture's
Is there a online lecture talking about SAR ADC? I mean we can look the video and lectures, like berkeley online courses, which are opened to everyone. But they didn't talk about SAR ADC. Thanks. BR, Barry
any body is having webcast ee240 advanced analog integrated electronics video lectures please upload it in rapidshare so that many people can make use of it who unable to download
Hi, I try to download the video lecture of EE142 from but I can not download them by link like"rtsp://" who can kindly tell me what is the valid download link for it? Thank you.
Recently I got a good link for DSP video lectures Go to EE123 lectures, Fall 2003.
there are also some very interesting webcasted courses in berkeley University available
Does anyone have the lecture notes of this course? VLSI signal processing by Bob Broderesen from berkeley?
I don't have the video lecture, I guess the lecture video is not free to public like what berkeley do.
as for berkeley's online video, you can find it at Can anybody post the web address from MIT?
complete video lecture on analog ic design by the Famous Prof. Brodersen the lecture notes are at If I have helped you can u click the helped me button and help me? please
Hello members I would just like to inform that the "SMALL SIGNAL CONCEPT" has been very well explained in the EECS140 video lecture 3 in the fall 2004 coursework at for people who are not very confident with the basics of MOSFET operation w.r.t biasing and the small signal
After reading your post, I've checked and I've downloaded all the EE242 that seems more and more interesting respect to EE142!! link is Mazz
The wilson current source is particularly advantageous to use in the case of bipolar tech. There is no advantage for the case of MOSFETs. The explanation is given in more detail by Prof.Brodersen in his video lecture(EECS140 at ) when another person asked the same question as you did.