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Sl.No Chapter Name MP4 Download
1PreliminariesDownload
2 CurrentDownload
3VoltageDownload
4Electrical elements and circuitsDownload
5Kirchhoff's current law(KCL)Download
6Kirchhoff's voltage law(KVL)Download
7Voltage sourceDownload
8Current sourceDownload
9ResistorDownload
10CapacitorDownload
11InductorDownload
12Mutual inductorDownload
13Linearity of elementsDownload
14Series connection-Voltage sources in seriesDownload
15Series connection of R, L, C, current sourceDownload
16Elements in parallelDownload
17Current source in series with an element; Voltage source in parallel with an elementDownload
18Extreme cases: Open and short circuitsDownload
19SummaryDownload
20Voltage controlled voltage source(VCVS)Download
21Voltage controlled current source(VCCS)Download
22Current controlled voltage source(CCVS)Download
23Current controlled current source(CCCS)Download
24Scaling an element's value using controlled sourcesDownload
25Example calculationDownload
26Power and energy absorbed by electrical elementsDownload
27Power and energy in a resistorDownload
28Power and energy in a capacitorDownload
29Power and energy in an inductorDownload
30Power and energy in a voltage sourceDownload
31Power and energy in a current sourceDownload
32Goals of circuit analysisDownload
33Number of independent KCL equationsDownload
34Number of independent KVL equations and branch relationshipsDownload
35Analysis of circuits with a single independent sourceDownload
36Analysis of circuits with multiple independent sources using superpositionDownload
37Superposition: ExampleDownload
38What is nodal analysisDownload
39Setting up nodal analysis equationsDownload
40Structure of the conductance matrixDownload
41How elements appear in the nodal analysis formulationDownload
42Completely solving the circuit starting from nodal analysisDownload
43Nodal analysis exampleDownload
44Matrix inversion basicsDownload
45Nodal analysis with independent voltage sourcesDownload
46Supernode for nodal analysis with independent voltage sourcesDownload
47Nodal analysis with VCCSDownload
48Nodal analysis with VCVSDownload
49Nodal analysis with CCVSDownload
50Nodal analysis with CCCSDownload
51Planar circuitsDownload
52Mesh currents and their relationship to branch currentsDownload
53Mesh analysisDownload
54Mesh analysis with independent current sources-SupermeshDownload
55Mesh analysis with current controlled voltage sourcesDownload
56Mesh analysis with current controlled current sourcesDownload
57Mesh analysis using voltage controlled sourcesDownload
58Nodal analysis versus Mesh analysisDownload
59Superposition theoremDownload
60Pushing a voltage source through a nodeDownload
61Splitting a current sourceDownload
62Substitution theorem: Current sourceDownload
63Substitution theorem: Voltage sourceDownload
64Substituting a voltage or current source with a resistorDownload
65Extensions to Superposition and Substitution theoremDownload
66Thevenin's theoremDownload
67Worked out example: Thevenin's theoremDownload
68Norton's theoremDownload
69Worked out example: Norton's theoremDownload
70Maximum power transfer theoremDownload
71Preliminaries Download
72Two port parametersDownload
73y parametersDownload
74y parameters: ExamplesDownload
75z parametersDownload
76z parameters: ExamplesDownload
77h parametersDownload
78h parameters: ExamplesDownload
79g parametersDownload
80g parameters: ExamplesDownload
81Calculations with a two-port elementDownload
82Calculations with a two-port element Download
83Degenerate casesDownload
84Relationships between different two-port parametersDownload
85Equivalent circuit representation for two portsDownload
86ReciprocityDownload
87Proof of reciprocity of resistive two-portsDownload
88Proof for 4-terminal two-portsDownload
89Reciprocity in terms of different two-port parametersDownload
90Reciprocity in circuits containing controlled sourcesDownload
91Examples Download
92Feedback amplifier using an opampDownload
93Ideal opampDownload
94Negative feedback around the opampDownload
95Finding opamp signs for negative feedbackDownload
96Example: Determining opamp sign for negative feedbackDownload
97Analysis of circuits with opampsDownload
98Inverting amplifierDownload
99Summing amplifierDownload
100Instrumentation amplifierDownload
101Negative resistance and Miller effectDownload
102Finding opamp signs for negative feedback-circuits with multiple opampsDownload
103Opamp supply voltages and saturationDownload
104KCL with an opamp and supply currentsDownload
105Circuits with storage elements(capacitors and inductors)Download
106First order circuit with zero input-natural responseDownload
107First order RC circuit with zero input-ExampleDownload
108First order circuit with a constant inputDownload
109General form of the first order circuit responseDownload
110First order RC circuit with a constant input-ExampleDownload
111First order circuit with piecewise constant inputDownload
112First order circuit with piecewise constant input-ExampleDownload
113First order circuit-Response of arbitrary circuit variablesDownload
114Summary: Computing first order circuit responseDownload
115Does a capacitor block DC?Download
116Finding the order of a circuitDownload
117First order RC circuits with discontinuous capacitor voltagesDownload
118Summary: Computing first order circuit response with discontinuitiesDownload
119First order RL circuitsDownload
120First order RL circuit with discontinuous inductor current-ExampleDownload
121First order RC circuit with an exponential inputDownload
122First order RC response to its own natural responseDownload
123First order RC response to a sinusoidal inputDownload
124First order RC response to a sinusoidal input-via the complex exponentialDownload
125Summary: Linear circuit response to sinusoidal input via the complex exponentialDownload
126Three methods of calculating the sinusoidal steady state responseDownload
127Calculating the total response including initial conditionsDownload
128Why are sinusoids used in measurement?Download
129Second order system natural responseDownload
130Second order system as a cascade of two first order systemsDownload
131Second order system natural response-critically damped and underdampedDownload
132Generalized form of a second order systemDownload
133Numerical exampleDownload
134Series and parallel RLC circuitsDownload
135Forced response of a second order systemDownload
136Steady state response calculation and PhasorsDownload
137Phasors cont'dDownload
138Magnitude and Phase plotsDownload
139Magnitude and phase plotes of a second order systemDownload
140Maximum power transfer and Conjugate matchingDownload

Sl.No Chapter Name English
1PreliminariesDownload
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2 CurrentDownload
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3VoltageDownload
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4Electrical elements and circuitsDownload
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5Kirchhoff's current law(KCL)Download
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6Kirchhoff's voltage law(KVL)Download
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7Voltage sourceDownload
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8Current sourceDownload
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9ResistorDownload
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10CapacitorDownload
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11InductorDownload
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12Mutual inductorDownload
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13Linearity of elementsDownload
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14Series connection-Voltage sources in seriesDownload
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15Series connection of R, L, C, current sourceDownload
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16Elements in parallelDownload
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17Current source in series with an element; Voltage source in parallel with an elementDownload
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18Extreme cases: Open and short circuitsDownload
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19SummaryDownload
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20Voltage controlled voltage source(VCVS)Download
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21Voltage controlled current source(VCCS)Download
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22Current controlled voltage source(CCVS)Download
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23Current controlled current source(CCCS)Download
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24Scaling an element's value using controlled sourcesDownload
Verified
25Example calculationDownload
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26Power and energy absorbed by electrical elementsDownload
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27Power and energy in a resistorDownload
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28Power and energy in a capacitorDownload
Verified
29Power and energy in an inductorDownload
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30Power and energy in a voltage sourceDownload
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31Power and energy in a current sourceDownload
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32Goals of circuit analysisDownload
Verified
33Number of independent KCL equationsDownload
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34Number of independent KVL equations and branch relationshipsDownload
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35Analysis of circuits with a single independent sourceDownload
Verified
36Analysis of circuits with multiple independent sources using superpositionDownload
Verified
37Superposition: ExampleDownload
Verified
38What is nodal analysisDownload
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39Setting up nodal analysis equationsDownload
Verified
40Structure of the conductance matrixDownload
Verified
41How elements appear in the nodal analysis formulationDownload
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42Completely solving the circuit starting from nodal analysisDownload
Verified
43Nodal analysis exampleDownload
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44Matrix inversion basicsDownload
Verified
45Nodal analysis with independent voltage sourcesDownload
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46Supernode for nodal analysis with independent voltage sourcesDownload
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47Nodal analysis with VCCSDownload
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48Nodal analysis with VCVSDownload
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49Nodal analysis with CCVSDownload
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50Nodal analysis with CCCSDownload
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51Planar circuitsDownload
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52Mesh currents and their relationship to branch currentsDownload
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53Mesh analysisDownload
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54Mesh analysis with independent current sources-SupermeshDownload
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55Mesh analysis with current controlled voltage sourcesDownload
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56Mesh analysis with current controlled current sourcesDownload
Verified
57Mesh analysis using voltage controlled sourcesDownload
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58Nodal analysis versus Mesh analysisPDF unavailable
59Superposition theoremDownload
Verified
60Pushing a voltage source through a nodeDownload
Verified
61Splitting a current sourceDownload
Verified
62Substitution theorem: Current sourceDownload
Verified
63Substitution theorem: Voltage sourceDownload
Verified
64Substituting a voltage or current source with a resistorDownload
Verified
65Extensions to Superposition and Substitution theoremDownload
Verified
66Thevenin's theoremDownload
Verified
67Worked out example: Thevenin's theoremDownload
Verified
68Norton's theoremDownload
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69Worked out example: Norton's theoremDownload
Verified
70Maximum power transfer theoremDownload
Verified
71Preliminaries Download
Verified
72Two port parametersDownload
Verified
73y parametersDownload
Verified
74y parameters: ExamplesDownload
Verified
75z parametersDownload
Verified
76z parameters: ExamplesDownload
Verified
77h parametersDownload
Verified
78h parameters: ExamplesDownload
Verified
79g parametersDownload
Verified
80g parameters: ExamplesDownload
Verified
81Calculations with a two-port elementDownload
Verified
82Calculations with a two-port element Download
Verified
83Degenerate casesDownload
Verified
84Relationships between different two-port parametersDownload
Verified
85Equivalent circuit representation for two portsDownload
Verified
86ReciprocityDownload
Verified
87Proof of reciprocity of resistive two-portsDownload
Verified
88Proof for 4-terminal two-portsDownload
Verified
89Reciprocity in terms of different two-port parametersDownload
Verified
90Reciprocity in circuits containing controlled sourcesDownload
Verified
91Examples Download
Verified
92Feedback amplifier using an opampDownload
Verified
93Ideal opampDownload
Verified
94Negative feedback around the opampDownload
Verified
95Finding opamp signs for negative feedbackDownload
Verified
96Example: Determining opamp sign for negative feedbackDownload
Verified
97Analysis of circuits with opampsDownload
Verified
98Inverting amplifierDownload
Verified
99Summing amplifierDownload
Verified
100Instrumentation amplifierDownload
Verified
101Negative resistance and Miller effectDownload
Verified
102Finding opamp signs for negative feedback-circuits with multiple opampsDownload
Verified
103Opamp supply voltages and saturationDownload
Verified
104KCL with an opamp and supply currentsDownload
Verified
105Circuits with storage elements(capacitors and inductors)Download
Verified
106First order circuit with zero input-natural responseDownload
Verified
107First order RC circuit with zero input-ExampleDownload
Verified
108First order circuit with a constant inputDownload
Verified
109General form of the first order circuit responseDownload
Verified
110First order RC circuit with a constant input-ExampleDownload
Verified
111First order circuit with piecewise constant inputDownload
Verified
112First order circuit with piecewise constant input-ExampleDownload
Verified
113First order circuit-Response of arbitrary circuit variablesDownload
Verified
114Summary: Computing first order circuit responseDownload
Verified
115Does a capacitor block DC?Download
Verified
116Finding the order of a circuitDownload
Verified
117First order RC circuits with discontinuous capacitor voltagesDownload
Verified
118Summary: Computing first order circuit response with discontinuitiesDownload
Verified
119First order RL circuitsDownload
Verified
120First order RL circuit with discontinuous inductor current-ExampleDownload
Verified
121First order RC circuit with an exponential inputPDF unavailable
122First order RC response to its own natural responseDownload
Verified
123First order RC response to a sinusoidal inputDownload
Verified
124First order RC response to a sinusoidal input-via the complex exponentialDownload
Verified
125Summary: Linear circuit response to sinusoidal input via the complex exponentialDownload
Verified
126Three methods of calculating the sinusoidal steady state responseDownload
Verified
127Calculating the total response including initial conditionsDownload
Verified
128Why are sinusoids used in measurement?Download
Verified
129Second order system natural responseDownload
Verified
130Second order system as a cascade of two first order systemsDownload
Verified
131Second order system natural response-critically damped and underdampedDownload
Verified
132Generalized form of a second order systemDownload
Verified
133Numerical exampleDownload
Verified
134Series and parallel RLC circuitsDownload
Verified
135Forced response of a second order systemDownload
Verified
136Steady state response calculation and PhasorsDownload
Verified
137Phasors cont'dDownload
Verified
138Magnitude and Phase plotsDownload
Verified
139Magnitude and phase plotes of a second order systemDownload
Verified
140Maximum power transfer and Conjugate matchingDownload
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