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Circuit Analysis is reverse engineering. Given a circuit, figure out the currents, voltages, and powers associated with each component. The project or problem that produced the circuit or the purpose of the circuit is not of concern. Most circuits are designed to illustrate a concept or practice the math rather than do something useful. Towards the end of this book, the "useful" circuits are studied that related to wireless communication.

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Course Syllabus
  • Lecture - 1 Review of Signals and Systems
  • Lecture - 2 Review of Signals and Systems
  • Lecture - 3 Network Equations; Initial and Final Conditions
  • Lecture - 4 Problem Session1
  • Lecture - 5 Step, Impulse and Complete Responses
  • Lecture - 6 2nd Order Circuits:Magnetically Coupled Circuits
  • Lecture - 7 Transformer Transform Domain Analysis
  • Lecture - 8 Problem Session 2 : Step,Impulse
  • Lecture - 9 Network Theorams and Network Functions
  • Lecture - 10 Network Functions(Contd.)
  • Lecture - 11 Amplitude and Phase of Network Functions
  • Lecture - 12 Problem Session 3 : Network Theorems Transform
  • Lecture - 13 Poles, Zeros and Network Response
  • Lecture - 14 Single Tuned Circuits
  • Lecture - 15 Single Tuned Circuits (Contd.)
  • Lecture - 16 Double Tuned Circuits
  • Lecture - 17 Double Tuned Circuits (Contd.)
  • Lecture - 18 Problem Session 4 : Network Functions, Analysis
  • Lecture - 19 Double Tuned Circuits (Contd.)
  • Lecture - 20 Concept of Delay and Introduction
  • lecture - 21 Two-port Networks (Contd.)
  • Lecture - 22 Problem Session 5
  • Lecture - 23 Minor - 1
  • Lecture - 24 The Hybrid & Transmission Parameters of 2 ports
  • Lecture - 25 Problem Session 6: Two - port networks
  • Lecture - 26 Two - port Network parameters
  • Lecture - 27 Two-port Interconnections
  • Lecture - 28 Interconnection of Two-port Networks(Contd.)
  • Lecture - 29 Problem Session 7 : Two-port Networks(Contd.)
  • Lecture - 30 Scattering Matrix
  • Lecture - 31 Scattering Parameters of a Two-port
  • Lecture - 32 Problem Session 8 : Two- port Parameters
  • Lecture - 33 Solutions of Minor - 2 Problems
  • Lecture - 34 Insertion Loss
  • Lecture - 35 Example of Insertion Loss and Elements
  • Lecture - 36 Elements of Realizability Theory (Contd.)
  • Lecture - 37 Positive Real Functions
  • Lecture - 38 Testing of Positive Real Functions
  • Lecture - 39 Problem Session 9
  • Lecture - 40 More on PRF's and their Synthesis
  • Lecture - 41 LC Driving Point Functions
  • Lecture - 42 LC Driving Point Synthesis (Contd.)
  • Lecture - 43 RC and RL Driving Point Synthesis
  • Lecture - 44 Problem Session 10 : LC Driving Point Synthesis
  • Lecture - 45 RC & RL One-port Synthesis (Contd.)
  • Lecture - 46 Elementary RLC One-port Synthesis
  • Lecture - 47 Properties and Synthesis of Transfer Parameters
  • Lecture - 48 Resistance Terminated L C Ladder
  • Lecture - 49 Resistance Terminated LC Ladder ( Contd.)
  • Lecture - 50 Problem session 11: Two-port Synthesis
  • Lecture - 51 Network Transmission Criteria
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