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1Course Introduction and MotivationDownload
2Kirchoff's Current and Voltage Laws, and the Incidence MatrixDownload
3Power Conservation and Tellegen's TheoremDownload
4Intuition behind Tellegen's TheoremDownload
5Tellegen's Theorem and reciprocity in linear resistive networksDownload
6Why is reciprocity useful in practice?Download
7Inter-reciprocity in linear time-invariant networksDownload
8Inter-reciprocity in linear time-invariant networks (contd)Download
9Inter-reciprocity in networks with ideal operational amplifiersDownload
10Review of Modified Nodal Analysis (MNA) of linear networksDownload
11MNA stamps of controlled sources - the VCCS & VCVSDownload
12MNA stamps of controlled sources - the CCCS & CCVSDownload
13Inter-reciprocity in linear networks - using the MNA stamp approachDownload
14The Adjoint NetworkDownload
15MNA stamp of an ideal opampDownload
16Properties of circuits with multiple ideal opampsDownload
17Introduction to noise in electrical networksDownload
18Noise processed by a linear time-invariant systemDownload
19kT/C noise in a sample-and-hold circuitDownload
20Noise in RLC networksDownload
21Total integrated noise in RLC NetworksDownload
22Bode's Noise Theorem - Frequency domainDownload
23Input referred noise in electrical networks - part 1Download
24Input referred noise in electrical networks - part 2Download
25Input referred noise and the noise factorDownload
26Noise Factor ExamplesDownload
27Motivation to learn about time-varying circuits and systems : Part 1Download
28Motivation to learn about time-varying circuits and systems : Part 2Download
29Convolution integral for LTV systemsDownload
30Frequency response of an LTV systemDownload
31LTV system example : Time-varying RC filterDownload
32Linear Periodically Time-Varying Systems (LPTV)Download
33Response of an LPTV system to a complex exponential inputDownload
34Harmonic Transfer FunctionsDownload
35Zadeh expansion of an LPTV systemDownload
36MNA analysis of LPTV networksDownload
37MNA stamp of a periodically time varying conductanceDownload
38MNA stamp of a capacitor and a voltage source in an LPTV networkDownload
39Analysis of an example LPTV network - part 1Download
40Analysis of an example LPTV network - part 2Download
41LPTV network analysis, RC filter, time-varyingDownload
42Impedance and admittance in LTI and LPTV networksDownload
43Thevenin and Norton's Theorems for LPTV networksDownload
44The N-path principleDownload
45N-path exampleDownload
46Time-domain intuition of the N-path principleDownload
47N-path example: Time-Interleaved ADCsDownload
48Dc-dc converter as an LPTV systemDownload
49N-path principle: Multiphase dc-dc converterDownload
50The N-path filterDownload
51Computing H_0(j2\pi f_s) for a 4-path filterDownload
52Input impedance of the 4-path filter at f_sDownload
53Computing H_0(j2\pi 2 f_s) for a 4-path filterDownload
54Determining H_0 for input frequency deviations from f_sDownload
55Reciprocity and Inter-reciprocity in LPTV networks : Part 1Download
56Reciprocity and Inter-reciprocity in LPTV networks : Part 2, the transfer-function theoremDownload
57Why is the transfer-function theorem important?Download
58The frequency-reversal theorem for inter-reciprocal (adjoint) LPTV networks : introductionDownload
59The frequency-reversal theorem for inter-reciprocal (adjoint) LPTV networks : derivationDownload
60Why is the frequency-reversal theorem important?Download
61Inter-reciprocity in signal-flow graphsDownload
62Applications of inter-reciprocity: analysis of chopped amplifiersDownload
63Applications of inter-reciprocity: analysis of chopped amplifiers (continued)Download
64Applications of inter-reciprocity: chopping with square-wave modulationDownload
65Applications of inter-reciprocity: the switched-RC networkDownload
66Time-domain implications of inter-reciprocity and the adjoint networkDownload
67Time-domain implications of inter-reciprocity and the adjoint network : Example calculationDownload
68LPTV networks with sampled outputs : Switched capacitor circuitsDownload
69LPTV networks with sampled outputs : A continuous-time delta-sigma data converterDownload
70LPTV networks with sampled outputs : The equivalent LTI filterDownload
71Finding the equivalent LTI filter of a sampled LPTV system : exampleDownload
72Equivalent LTI filter for a switched-RC networkDownload
73Finding the equivalent LTI filter of a sampled LPTV system : example of a continuous-time delta-sigma modulatorDownload
74Finding the equivalent LTI filter of a sampled LPTV system with offset samplingDownload
75LPTV networks driven by modulated inputsDownload
76Introduction to noise in LPTV NetworksDownload
77Noise in LPTV networks with sampled outputsDownload
78Total integrated noise in networks with R,L,C and periodically operated switchesDownload

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1Course Introduction and MotivationDownload
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2Kirchoff's Current and Voltage Laws, and the Incidence MatrixDownload
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3Power Conservation and Tellegen's TheoremDownload
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4Intuition behind Tellegen's TheoremDownload
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5Tellegen's Theorem and reciprocity in linear resistive networksDownload
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6Why is reciprocity useful in practice?Download
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7Inter-reciprocity in linear time-invariant networksDownload
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8Inter-reciprocity in linear time-invariant networks (contd)Download
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9Inter-reciprocity in networks with ideal operational amplifiersDownload
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10Review of Modified Nodal Analysis (MNA) of linear networksDownload
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11MNA stamps of controlled sources - the VCCS & VCVSDownload
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12MNA stamps of controlled sources - the CCCS & CCVSDownload
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13Inter-reciprocity in linear networks - using the MNA stamp approachDownload
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14The Adjoint NetworkDownload
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15MNA stamp of an ideal opampDownload
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16Properties of circuits with multiple ideal opampsDownload
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17Introduction to noise in electrical networksDownload
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18Noise processed by a linear time-invariant systemDownload
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19kT/C noise in a sample-and-hold circuitDownload
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20Noise in RLC networksDownload
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21Total integrated noise in RLC NetworksDownload
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22Bode's Noise Theorem - Frequency domainDownload
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23Input referred noise in electrical networks - part 1Download
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24Input referred noise in electrical networks - part 2Download
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25Input referred noise and the noise factorDownload
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26Noise Factor ExamplesDownload
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27Motivation to learn about time-varying circuits and systems : Part 1Download
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28Motivation to learn about time-varying circuits and systems : Part 2Download
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29Convolution integral for LTV systemsDownload
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30Frequency response of an LTV systemDownload
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31LTV system example : Time-varying RC filterDownload
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32Linear Periodically Time-Varying Systems (LPTV)Download
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33Response of an LPTV system to a complex exponential inputDownload
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34Harmonic Transfer FunctionsDownload
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35Zadeh expansion of an LPTV systemDownload
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36MNA analysis of LPTV networksDownload
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37MNA stamp of a periodically time varying conductanceDownload
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38MNA stamp of a capacitor and a voltage source in an LPTV networkDownload
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39Analysis of an example LPTV network - part 1Download
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40Analysis of an example LPTV network - part 2Download
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41LPTV network analysis, RC filter, time-varyingDownload
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42Impedance and admittance in LTI and LPTV networksPDF unavailable
43Thevenin and Norton's Theorems for LPTV networksPDF unavailable
44The N-path principlePDF unavailable
45N-path examplePDF unavailable
46Time-domain intuition of the N-path principlePDF unavailable
47N-path example: Time-Interleaved ADCsPDF unavailable
48Dc-dc converter as an LPTV systemPDF unavailable
49N-path principle: Multiphase dc-dc converterPDF unavailable
50The N-path filterPDF unavailable
51Computing H_0(j2\pi f_s) for a 4-path filterPDF unavailable
52Input impedance of the 4-path filter at f_sPDF unavailable
53Computing H_0(j2\pi 2 f_s) for a 4-path filterPDF unavailable
54Determining H_0 for input frequency deviations from f_sPDF unavailable
55Reciprocity and Inter-reciprocity in LPTV networks : Part 1PDF unavailable
56Reciprocity and Inter-reciprocity in LPTV networks : Part 2, the transfer-function theoremPDF unavailable
57Why is the transfer-function theorem important?PDF unavailable
58The frequency-reversal theorem for inter-reciprocal (adjoint) LPTV networks : introductionPDF unavailable
59The frequency-reversal theorem for inter-reciprocal (adjoint) LPTV networks : derivationPDF unavailable
60Why is the frequency-reversal theorem important?PDF unavailable
61Inter-reciprocity in signal-flow graphsPDF unavailable
62Applications of inter-reciprocity: analysis of chopped amplifiersPDF unavailable
63Applications of inter-reciprocity: analysis of chopped amplifiers (continued)PDF unavailable
64Applications of inter-reciprocity: chopping with square-wave modulationPDF unavailable
65Applications of inter-reciprocity: the switched-RC networkPDF unavailable
66Time-domain implications of inter-reciprocity and the adjoint networkPDF unavailable
67Time-domain implications of inter-reciprocity and the adjoint network : Example calculationPDF unavailable
68LPTV networks with sampled outputs : Switched capacitor circuitsPDF unavailable
69LPTV networks with sampled outputs : A continuous-time delta-sigma data converterPDF unavailable
70LPTV networks with sampled outputs : The equivalent LTI filterPDF unavailable
71Finding the equivalent LTI filter of a sampled LPTV system : examplePDF unavailable
72Equivalent LTI filter for a switched-RC networkPDF unavailable
73Finding the equivalent LTI filter of a sampled LPTV system : example of a continuous-time delta-sigma modulatorPDF unavailable
74Finding the equivalent LTI filter of a sampled LPTV system with offset samplingPDF unavailable
75LPTV networks driven by modulated inputsPDF unavailable
76Introduction to noise in LPTV NetworksPDF unavailable
77Noise in LPTV networks with sampled outputsPDF unavailable
78Total integrated noise in networks with R,L,C and periodically operated switchesPDF unavailable


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