Modules / Lectures
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1Lecture 01: Introduction: KVL, KCL and Power BalanceDownload
2Lecture 02: Voltage and Current SourcesDownload
3Lecture 03: Simple Networks with Voltage and Current SourcesDownload
4Lecture 04: Mesh Analysis - IDownload
5Lecture 05: Mesh Analysis - IIDownload
6Lecture 06: Nodal Analysis - IDownload
7Lecture 07: Nodal Analysis - IIDownload
8Lecture 08: Nodal Analysis - IIIDownload
9Lecture 09: Inductor - IDownload
10Lecture 10: Initial Condition for InductorDownload
11Lecture 11: Energy Stored in Inductor with ExampleDownload
12Lecture 12: R-L Series Circuit AnalysisDownload
13Lecture 13: Retrieving Energy or Discharging of Inductor EnergyDownload
14Lecture 14: Capacitor: Relationship of Voltage and Current and Initial ConditionDownload
15Lecture 15: Charging of a Capacitor - Voltage, Current and Energy During ChargingDownload
16Lecture 16: Discharge of a Charged CapacitorDownload
17Lecture 17: Linearity of R, L, C - Inductor with Initial Current and Capacitor with Initial VoltageDownload
18Lecture 18: General Method for Solving Linear Differential Equation - IDownload
19Lecture 19: General Method for Solving Linear Differential Equation - IIDownload
20Lecture 20: General Method for Solving Linear Differential Equation - IIIDownload
21Lecture 21: Problem Solving: ApplicationDownload
22Lecture 22: R - L Circuit with Sinusoidal ExcitationDownload
23Lecture 23 : R - C Circuit with Sinusoidal ExponentialDownload
24Lecture 24 : Solution Due to Exponential Forcing FunctionDownload
25Lecture 25 : Mesh and Nodal Analysis with Time Varying SourceDownload
26Lecture 26 : Circuit Analysis with Phasor - IDownload
27Lecture 27 : Circuit Analysis with Phasor - IIDownload
28Lecture 28 : Circuit Analysis with Phasor - IIIDownload
29Lecture 29 : Concept of Active and Reactive Power in A.C Circuit - IDownload
30Lecture 30 : Concept of Active and Reactive Power in A.C Circuit - IIDownload
31Lecture 31 : Expression for Complex Power in A.C CircuitDownload
32Lecture 32 : Numerical ExampleDownload
33Lecture 33 : Mesh and Nodal Analysis in A.C Circuit, Introduction to Impulse FunctionDownload
34Lecture 34 : Odd and Even Functions, Relation between Unit Step and Impulse FunctionDownload
35Lecture 35 : Solution of Differential Equation with Impulse ExcitationDownload
36Lecture 36 : Numerical Example when Excitation is ImpulseDownload
37Lecture 37 : Self and Mutual Inductances - IDownload
38Lecture 38 : Dot Convention in Mutually Coupled CoilsDownload
39Lecture 39 : Mutually Coupled Coils in Series and ParallelDownload
40Lecture 40 : Energy Stored in Mutually Coupled CoilsDownload
41Lecture 41 : Steady State Response with Sinusoidal Excitation when the Coils are Mutually CoupledDownload
42Lecture 42: Basics of Signals in BriefDownload
43Lecture 43: Laplace Transform - IDownload
44Lecture 44: Laplace Transform - IIDownload
45Lecture 45: Laplace Transform Applied to Circuit Analysis - IDownload
46Lecture 46: Laplace Transform Applied to Circuit Analysis - IIDownload
47Lecture 47: Numerical Examples - IDownload
48Lecture 48: Numerical Examples - IIDownload
49Lecture 49: General Second Order Circuit Analysis with L.T - IDownload
50Lecture 50: General Second Order Circuit Analysis with L.T - IIDownload
51Lecture 51: Network Theorem - IDownload
52Lecture 52: Network Theorem - IIDownload
53Lecture 53: Norton's TheoremDownload
54Lecture 54: Thevenin TheoremDownload
55Lecture 55: Star-Delta and Delta-Star TransformationDownload
56Lecture 56: Telligen's TheoremDownload
57Lecture 57: Reciprocity TheoremDownload
58Lecture 58: Maximum Power Transfer TheoremDownload
59Lecture 59: Graph Theory Applied to Network Analysis - IDownload
60Lecture 60: Graph Theory Applied to Network Analysis - IIDownload
61Lecture 61:Graph Theory Applied to Network Analysis - IIIDownload
62Lecture 62: Graph Theory Applied to Network Analysis - IVDownload
63Lecture 63: Graph Theory Applied to Network Analysis - VDownload
64Lecture 64: Mesh Analysis with Graph TheoryDownload
65Lecture 65: Nodal Analysis with Graph TheoryDownload
66Lecture 66: Cut-Set Analysis with Graph TheoryDownload
67Lecture 67: Numerical Examples of Network Analysis with Graph TheoryDownload
68Lecture 68: Circuit Analysis with Dependent Sources - IDownload
69Lecture 69: Circuit Analysis with Dependent Sources - IIDownload
70Lecture 70: Circuit Analysis with Dependent Sources - IIIDownload
71Lecture 71 : Two Port Network - IDownload
72Lecture 72 : Two Port Network - IIDownload
73Lecture 73 : Two Port Network - IIIDownload
74Lecture 74 : Two Port Network - IVDownload
75Lecture 75 : Two Port Network - VDownload
76Lecture 76 : Two Port Network - VIDownload
77Lecture 77 : Two Port Network - VIIDownload
78Lecture 78 : GyratorDownload
79Lecture 79 : Ideal Op - AmpDownload
80Lecture 80 : Examples of Ideal Op-Amp Circuits - IDownload
81Lecture 81: Examples of Ideal Op-Amp Circuits - IIDownload
82Lecture 82 : General Impedance Transfer Circuit and Concluding RemarksDownload

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1Lecture 01: Introduction: KVL, KCL and Power BalanceDownload
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2Lecture 02: Voltage and Current SourcesDownload
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3Lecture 03: Simple Networks with Voltage and Current SourcesDownload
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4Lecture 04: Mesh Analysis - IDownload
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5Lecture 05: Mesh Analysis - IIDownload
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6Lecture 06: Nodal Analysis - IDownload
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7Lecture 07: Nodal Analysis - IIDownload
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8Lecture 08: Nodal Analysis - IIIDownload
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9Lecture 09: Inductor - IDownload
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10Lecture 10: Initial Condition for InductorDownload
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11Lecture 11: Energy Stored in Inductor with ExampleDownload
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12Lecture 12: R-L Series Circuit AnalysisDownload
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13Lecture 13: Retrieving Energy or Discharging of Inductor EnergyDownload
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14Lecture 14: Capacitor: Relationship of Voltage and Current and Initial ConditionDownload
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15Lecture 15: Charging of a Capacitor - Voltage, Current and Energy During ChargingDownload
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16Lecture 16: Discharge of a Charged CapacitorDownload
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17Lecture 17: Linearity of R, L, C - Inductor with Initial Current and Capacitor with Initial VoltageDownload
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18Lecture 18: General Method for Solving Linear Differential Equation - IDownload
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19Lecture 19: General Method for Solving Linear Differential Equation - IIDownload
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20Lecture 20: General Method for Solving Linear Differential Equation - IIIDownload
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21Lecture 21: Problem Solving: ApplicationDownload
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22Lecture 22: R - L Circuit with Sinusoidal ExcitationDownload
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23Lecture 23 : R - C Circuit with Sinusoidal ExponentialDownload
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24Lecture 24 : Solution Due to Exponential Forcing FunctionDownload
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25Lecture 25 : Mesh and Nodal Analysis with Time Varying SourceDownload
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26Lecture 26 : Circuit Analysis with Phasor - IDownload
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27Lecture 27 : Circuit Analysis with Phasor - IIDownload
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28Lecture 28 : Circuit Analysis with Phasor - IIIDownload
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29Lecture 29 : Concept of Active and Reactive Power in A.C Circuit - IDownload
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30Lecture 30 : Concept of Active and Reactive Power in A.C Circuit - IIDownload
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31Lecture 31 : Expression for Complex Power in A.C CircuitDownload
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32Lecture 32 : Numerical ExampleDownload
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33Lecture 33 : Mesh and Nodal Analysis in A.C Circuit, Introduction to Impulse FunctionDownload
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34Lecture 34 : Odd and Even Functions, Relation between Unit Step and Impulse FunctionDownload
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35Lecture 35 : Solution of Differential Equation with Impulse ExcitationDownload
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36Lecture 36 : Numerical Example when Excitation is ImpulseDownload
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37Lecture 37 : Self and Mutual Inductances - IDownload
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38Lecture 38 : Dot Convention in Mutually Coupled CoilsDownload
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39Lecture 39 : Mutually Coupled Coils in Series and ParallelDownload
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40Lecture 40 : Energy Stored in Mutually Coupled CoilsDownload
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41Lecture 41 : Steady State Response with Sinusoidal Excitation when the Coils are Mutually CoupledDownload
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42Lecture 42: Basics of Signals in BriefDownload
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43Lecture 43: Laplace Transform - IDownload
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44Lecture 44: Laplace Transform - IIDownload
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45Lecture 45: Laplace Transform Applied to Circuit Analysis - IDownload
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46Lecture 46: Laplace Transform Applied to Circuit Analysis - IIDownload
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47Lecture 47: Numerical Examples - IDownload
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48Lecture 48: Numerical Examples - IIDownload
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49Lecture 49: General Second Order Circuit Analysis with L.T - IDownload
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50Lecture 50: General Second Order Circuit Analysis with L.T - IIDownload
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51Lecture 51: Network Theorem - IDownload
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52Lecture 52: Network Theorem - IIDownload
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53Lecture 53: Norton's TheoremDownload
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54Lecture 54: Thevenin TheoremDownload
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55Lecture 55: Star-Delta and Delta-Star TransformationDownload
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56Lecture 56: Telligen's TheoremDownload
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57Lecture 57: Reciprocity TheoremDownload
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58Lecture 58: Maximum Power Transfer TheoremDownload
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59Lecture 59: Graph Theory Applied to Network Analysis - IDownload
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60Lecture 60: Graph Theory Applied to Network Analysis - IIDownload
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61Lecture 61:Graph Theory Applied to Network Analysis - IIIDownload
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62Lecture 62: Graph Theory Applied to Network Analysis - IVDownload
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63Lecture 63: Graph Theory Applied to Network Analysis - VDownload
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64Lecture 64: Mesh Analysis with Graph TheoryDownload
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65Lecture 65: Nodal Analysis with Graph TheoryDownload
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66Lecture 66: Cut-Set Analysis with Graph TheoryDownload
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67Lecture 67: Numerical Examples of Network Analysis with Graph TheoryDownload
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68Lecture 68: Circuit Analysis with Dependent Sources - IDownload
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69Lecture 69: Circuit Analysis with Dependent Sources - IIDownload
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70Lecture 70: Circuit Analysis with Dependent Sources - IIIDownload
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71Lecture 71 : Two Port Network - IDownload
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72Lecture 72 : Two Port Network - IIDownload
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73Lecture 73 : Two Port Network - IIIDownload
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74Lecture 74 : Two Port Network - IVDownload
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75Lecture 75 : Two Port Network - VDownload
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76Lecture 76 : Two Port Network - VIDownload
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77Lecture 77 : Two Port Network - VIIDownload
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78Lecture 78 : GyratorDownload
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79Lecture 79 : Ideal Op - AmpDownload
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80Lecture 80 : Examples of Ideal Op-Amp Circuits - IDownload
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81Lecture 81: Examples of Ideal Op-Amp Circuits - IIDownload
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82Lecture 82 : General Impedance Transfer Circuit and Concluding RemarksDownload
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