Analogue Electronics I KNEC Notes


Analogue electronics is a study that deals with electronic systems with a continuously variable signal. This module unit is intended to impart knowledge, skills and attitudes required to enable the trainee understand the principles of operations of various electrical circuits, equipment and devices in the industries. This unit forms a foundation for Analogue Electronics II in Module II.


At the end of the module unit, the trainee should be able to:

  • Understand the operation of analogue electronic devices
  • Apply analogue electronic components in the construction of power supply units and other electronic devices
  • Observe safety when using analogue electronic components and devices

Module Summary and Time Allocation

  • Atomic Theory of Matter (8 Hours)
  • Thermionic Emission (10 Hours)
  • Semiconductor Theory (8 Hours)
  • Semiconductor Diodes (10 Hours)
  • Bipolar Junction Transistors (8 Hours)
  • Field Effect Transistor (10 Hours)
  • Power Supply Units (12 Hours)