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Course Available from: April NPTEL · Physics; Quantum Electronics ( Video); Introduction. Modules / Lectures. Brief review of electromagnetic waves. Collection of lecture notes from the course. Electrical Engineering and Computer Science» Fundamentals of Photonics: Quantum Electronics» Lecture Notes. IIT Delhi Quantum Electronics Online Course Video lessons by Prof. K. Thyagarajan. Video Tutorials are downloadable to watch Offline.
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