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1 | Preliminaries | Download |

2 | Current | Download |

3 | Voltage | Download |

4 | Electrical elements and circuits | Download |

5 | Kirchhoff's current law(KCL) | Download |

6 | Kirchhoff's voltage law(KVL) | Download |

7 | Voltage source | Download |

8 | Current source | Download |

9 | Resistor | Download |

10 | Capacitor | Download |

11 | Inductor | Download |

12 | Mutual inductor | Download |

13 | Linearity of elements | Download |

14 | Series connection-Voltage sources in series | Download |

15 | Series connection of R, L, C, current source | Download |

16 | Elements in parallel | Download |

17 | Current source in series with an element; Voltage source in parallel with an element | Download |

18 | Extreme cases: Open and short circuits | Download |

19 | Summary | Download |

20 | Voltage controlled voltage source(VCVS) | Download |

21 | Voltage controlled current source(VCCS) | Download |

22 | Current controlled voltage source(CCVS) | Download |

23 | Current controlled current source(CCCS) | Download |

24 | Scaling an element's value using controlled sources | Download |

25 | Example calculation | Download |

26 | Power and energy absorbed by electrical elements | Download |

27 | Power and energy in a resistor | Download |

28 | Power and energy in a capacitor | Download |

29 | Power and energy in an inductor | Download |

30 | Power and energy in a voltage source | Download |

31 | Power and energy in a current source | Download |

32 | Goals of circuit analysis | Download |

33 | Number of independent KCL equations | Download |

34 | Number of independent KVL equations and branch relationships | Download |

35 | Analysis of circuits with a single independent source | Download |

36 | Analysis of circuits with multiple independent sources using superposition | Download |

37 | Superposition: Example | Download |

38 | What is nodal analysis | Download |

39 | Setting up nodal analysis equations | Download |

40 | Structure of the conductance matrix | Download |

41 | How elements appear in the nodal analysis formulation | Download |

42 | Completely solving the circuit starting from nodal analysis | Download |

43 | Nodal analysis example | Download |

44 | Matrix inversion basics | Download |

45 | Nodal analysis with independent voltage sources | Download |

46 | Supernode for nodal analysis with independent voltage sources | Download |

47 | Nodal analysis with VCCS | Download |

48 | Nodal analysis with VCVS | Download |

49 | Nodal analysis with CCVS | Download |

50 | Nodal analysis with CCCS | Download |

51 | Planar circuits | Download |

52 | Mesh currents and their relationship to branch currents | Download |

53 | Mesh analysis | Download |

54 | Mesh analysis with independent current sources-Supermesh | Download |

55 | Mesh analysis with current controlled voltage sources | Download |

56 | Mesh analysis with current controlled current sources | Download |

57 | Mesh analysis using voltage controlled sources | Download |

58 | Nodal analysis versus Mesh analysis | Download |

59 | Superposition theorem | Download |

60 | Pushing a voltage source through a node | Download |

61 | Splitting a current source | Download |

62 | Substitution theorem: Current source | Download |

63 | Substitution theorem: Voltage source | Download |

64 | Substituting a voltage or current source with a resistor | Download |

65 | Extensions to Superposition and Substitution theorem | Download |

66 | Thevenin's theorem | Download |

67 | Worked out example: Thevenin's theorem | Download |

68 | Norton's theorem | Download |

69 | Worked out example: Norton's theorem | Download |

70 | Maximum power transfer theorem | Download |

71 | Preliminaries | Download |

72 | Two port parameters | Download |

73 | y parameters | Download |

74 | y parameters: Examples | Download |

75 | z parameters | Download |

76 | z parameters: Examples | Download |

77 | h parameters | Download |

78 | h parameters: Examples | Download |

79 | g parameters | Download |

80 | g parameters: Examples | Download |

81 | Calculations with a two-port element | Download |

82 | Calculations with a two-port element | Download |

83 | Degenerate cases | Download |

84 | Relationships between different two-port parameters | Download |

85 | Equivalent circuit representation for two ports | Download |

86 | Reciprocity | Download |

87 | Proof of reciprocity of resistive two-ports | Download |

88 | Proof for 4-terminal two-ports | Download |

89 | Reciprocity in terms of different two-port parameters | Download |

90 | Reciprocity in circuits containing controlled sources | Download |

91 | Examples | Download |

92 | Feedback amplifier using an opamp | Download |

93 | Ideal opamp | Download |

94 | Negative feedback around the opamp | Download |

95 | Finding opamp signs for negative feedback | Download |

96 | Example: Determining opamp sign for negative feedback | Download |

97 | Analysis of circuits with opamps | Download |

98 | Inverting amplifier | Download |

99 | Summing amplifier | Download |

100 | Instrumentation amplifier | Download |

101 | Negative resistance and Miller effect | Download |

102 | Finding opamp signs for negative feedback-circuits with multiple opamps | Download |

103 | Opamp supply voltages and saturation | Download |

104 | KCL with an opamp and supply currents | Download |

105 | Circuits with storage elements(capacitors and inductors) | Download |

106 | First order circuit with zero input-natural response | Download |

107 | First order RC circuit with zero input-Example | Download |

108 | First order circuit with a constant input | Download |

109 | General form of the first order circuit response | Download |

110 | First order RC circuit with a constant input-Example | Download |

111 | First order circuit with piecewise constant input | Download |

112 | First order circuit with piecewise constant input-Example | Download |

113 | First order circuit-Response of arbitrary circuit variables | Download |

114 | Summary: Computing first order circuit response | Download |

115 | Does a capacitor block DC? | Download |

116 | Finding the order of a circuit | Download |

117 | First order RC circuits with discontinuous capacitor voltages | Download |

118 | Summary: Computing first order circuit response with discontinuities | Download |

119 | First order RL circuits | Download |

120 | First order RL circuit with discontinuous inductor current-Example | Download |

121 | First order RC circuit with an exponential input | Download |

122 | First order RC response to its own natural response | Download |

123 | First order RC response to a sinusoidal input | Download |

124 | First order RC response to a sinusoidal input-via the complex exponential | Download |

125 | Summary: Linear circuit response to sinusoidal input via the complex exponential | Download |

126 | Three methods of calculating the sinusoidal steady state response | Download |

127 | Calculating the total response including initial conditions | Download |

128 | Why are sinusoids used in measurement? | Download |

129 | Second order system natural response | Download |

130 | Second order system as a cascade of two first order systems | Download |

131 | Second order system natural response-critically damped and underdamped | Download |

132 | Generalized form of a second order system | Download |

133 | Numerical example | Download |

134 | Series and parallel RLC circuits | Download |

135 | Forced response of a second order system | Download |

136 | Steady state response calculation and Phasors | Download |

137 | Phasors cont'd | Download |

138 | Magnitude and Phase plots | Download |

139 | Magnitude and phase plotes of a second order system | Download |

140 | Maximum power transfer and Conjugate matching | Download |

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1 | Preliminaries | PDF unavailable |

2 | Current | PDF unavailable |

3 | Voltage | PDF unavailable |

4 | Electrical elements and circuits | PDF unavailable |

5 | Kirchhoff's current law(KCL) | PDF unavailable |

6 | Kirchhoff's voltage law(KVL) | PDF unavailable |

7 | Voltage source | PDF unavailable |

8 | Current source | PDF unavailable |

9 | Resistor | PDF unavailable |

10 | Capacitor | PDF unavailable |

11 | Inductor | PDF unavailable |

12 | Mutual inductor | PDF unavailable |

13 | Linearity of elements | PDF unavailable |

14 | Series connection-Voltage sources in series | PDF unavailable |

15 | Series connection of R, L, C, current source | PDF unavailable |

16 | Elements in parallel | PDF unavailable |

17 | Current source in series with an element; Voltage source in parallel with an element | PDF unavailable |

18 | Extreme cases: Open and short circuits | PDF unavailable |

19 | Summary | PDF unavailable |

20 | Voltage controlled voltage source(VCVS) | PDF unavailable |

21 | Voltage controlled current source(VCCS) | PDF unavailable |

22 | Current controlled voltage source(CCVS) | PDF unavailable |

23 | Current controlled current source(CCCS) | PDF unavailable |

24 | Scaling an element's value using controlled sources | PDF unavailable |

25 | Example calculation | PDF unavailable |

26 | Power and energy absorbed by electrical elements | PDF unavailable |

27 | Power and energy in a resistor | PDF unavailable |

28 | Power and energy in a capacitor | PDF unavailable |

29 | Power and energy in an inductor | PDF unavailable |

30 | Power and energy in a voltage source | PDF unavailable |

31 | Power and energy in a current source | PDF unavailable |

32 | Goals of circuit analysis | PDF unavailable |

33 | Number of independent KCL equations | PDF unavailable |

34 | Number of independent KVL equations and branch relationships | PDF unavailable |

35 | Analysis of circuits with a single independent source | PDF unavailable |

36 | Analysis of circuits with multiple independent sources using superposition | PDF unavailable |

37 | Superposition: Example | PDF unavailable |

38 | What is nodal analysis | PDF unavailable |

39 | Setting up nodal analysis equations | PDF unavailable |

40 | Structure of the conductance matrix | PDF unavailable |

41 | How elements appear in the nodal analysis formulation | PDF unavailable |

42 | Completely solving the circuit starting from nodal analysis | PDF unavailable |

43 | Nodal analysis example | PDF unavailable |

44 | Matrix inversion basics | PDF unavailable |

45 | Nodal analysis with independent voltage sources | PDF unavailable |

46 | Supernode for nodal analysis with independent voltage sources | PDF unavailable |

47 | Nodal analysis with VCCS | PDF unavailable |

48 | Nodal analysis with VCVS | PDF unavailable |

49 | Nodal analysis with CCVS | PDF unavailable |

50 | Nodal analysis with CCCS | PDF unavailable |

51 | Planar circuits | PDF unavailable |

52 | Mesh currents and their relationship to branch currents | PDF unavailable |

53 | Mesh analysis | PDF unavailable |

54 | Mesh analysis with independent current sources-Supermesh | PDF unavailable |

55 | Mesh analysis with current controlled voltage sources | PDF unavailable |

56 | Mesh analysis with current controlled current sources | PDF unavailable |

57 | Mesh analysis using voltage controlled sources | PDF unavailable |

58 | Nodal analysis versus Mesh analysis | PDF unavailable |

59 | Superposition theorem | PDF unavailable |

60 | Pushing a voltage source through a node | PDF unavailable |

61 | Splitting a current source | PDF unavailable |

62 | Substitution theorem: Current source | PDF unavailable |

63 | Substitution theorem: Voltage source | PDF unavailable |

64 | Substituting a voltage or current source with a resistor | PDF unavailable |

65 | Extensions to Superposition and Substitution theorem | PDF unavailable |

66 | Thevenin's theorem | PDF unavailable |

67 | Worked out example: Thevenin's theorem | PDF unavailable |

68 | Norton's theorem | PDF unavailable |

69 | Worked out example: Norton's theorem | PDF unavailable |

70 | Maximum power transfer theorem | PDF unavailable |

71 | Preliminaries | PDF unavailable |

72 | Two port parameters | PDF unavailable |

73 | y parameters | PDF unavailable |

74 | y parameters: Examples | PDF unavailable |

75 | z parameters | PDF unavailable |

76 | z parameters: Examples | PDF unavailable |

77 | h parameters | PDF unavailable |

78 | h parameters: Examples | PDF unavailable |

79 | g parameters | PDF unavailable |

80 | g parameters: Examples | PDF unavailable |

81 | Calculations with a two-port element | PDF unavailable |

82 | Calculations with a two-port element | PDF unavailable |

83 | Degenerate cases | PDF unavailable |

84 | Relationships between different two-port parameters | PDF unavailable |

85 | Equivalent circuit representation for two ports | PDF unavailable |

86 | Reciprocity | PDF unavailable |

87 | Proof of reciprocity of resistive two-ports | PDF unavailable |

88 | Proof for 4-terminal two-ports | PDF unavailable |

89 | Reciprocity in terms of different two-port parameters | PDF unavailable |

90 | Reciprocity in circuits containing controlled sources | PDF unavailable |

91 | Examples | PDF unavailable |

92 | Feedback amplifier using an opamp | PDF unavailable |

93 | Ideal opamp | PDF unavailable |

94 | Negative feedback around the opamp | PDF unavailable |

95 | Finding opamp signs for negative feedback | PDF unavailable |

96 | Example: Determining opamp sign for negative feedback | PDF unavailable |

97 | Analysis of circuits with opamps | PDF unavailable |

98 | Inverting amplifier | PDF unavailable |

99 | Summing amplifier | PDF unavailable |

100 | Instrumentation amplifier | PDF unavailable |

101 | Negative resistance and Miller effect | PDF unavailable |

102 | Finding opamp signs for negative feedback-circuits with multiple opamps | PDF unavailable |

103 | Opamp supply voltages and saturation | PDF unavailable |

104 | KCL with an opamp and supply currents | PDF unavailable |

105 | Circuits with storage elements(capacitors and inductors) | PDF unavailable |

106 | First order circuit with zero input-natural response | PDF unavailable |

107 | First order RC circuit with zero input-Example | PDF unavailable |

108 | First order circuit with a constant input | PDF unavailable |

109 | General form of the first order circuit response | PDF unavailable |

110 | First order RC circuit with a constant input-Example | PDF unavailable |

111 | First order circuit with piecewise constant input | PDF unavailable |

112 | First order circuit with piecewise constant input-Example | PDF unavailable |

113 | First order circuit-Response of arbitrary circuit variables | PDF unavailable |

114 | Summary: Computing first order circuit response | PDF unavailable |

115 | Does a capacitor block DC? | PDF unavailable |

116 | Finding the order of a circuit | PDF unavailable |

117 | First order RC circuits with discontinuous capacitor voltages | PDF unavailable |

118 | Summary: Computing first order circuit response with discontinuities | PDF unavailable |

119 | First order RL circuits | PDF unavailable |

120 | First order RL circuit with discontinuous inductor current-Example | PDF unavailable |

121 | First order RC circuit with an exponential input | PDF unavailable |

122 | First order RC response to its own natural response | PDF unavailable |

123 | First order RC response to a sinusoidal input | PDF unavailable |

124 | First order RC response to a sinusoidal input-via the complex exponential | PDF unavailable |

125 | Summary: Linear circuit response to sinusoidal input via the complex exponential | PDF unavailable |

126 | Three methods of calculating the sinusoidal steady state response | PDF unavailable |

127 | Calculating the total response including initial conditions | PDF unavailable |

128 | Why are sinusoids used in measurement? | PDF unavailable |

129 | Second order system natural response | PDF unavailable |

130 | Second order system as a cascade of two first order systems | PDF unavailable |

131 | Second order system natural response-critically damped and underdamped | PDF unavailable |

132 | Generalized form of a second order system | PDF unavailable |

133 | Numerical example | PDF unavailable |

134 | Series and parallel RLC circuits | PDF unavailable |

135 | Forced response of a second order system | PDF unavailable |

136 | Steady state response calculation and Phasors | PDF unavailable |

137 | Phasors cont'd | PDF unavailable |

138 | Magnitude and Phase plots | PDF unavailable |

139 | Magnitude and phase plotes of a second order system | PDF unavailable |

140 | Maximum power transfer and Conjugate matching | PDF unavailable |

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1 | English | Not Available |

2 | Bengali | Not Available |

3 | Gujarati | Not Available |

4 | Hindi | Not Available |

5 | Kannada | Not Available |

6 | Malayalam | Not Available |

7 | Marathi | Not Available |

8 | Tamil | Not Available |

9 | Telugu | Not Available |