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Circuits Theory Books
 Circuit Theory NotesSeoul National UniversityOnline | NA Pages | EnglishThis note orients you to design, analysis, measurement and discussion of circuits. The characteristic of the 1st and 2nd filter circuits with transfer function will be introduced as well. Also introduces you to z, y, h, t parameters for analysis of four port networks and study of related circuits. Introductory Circuit Theory Lecture NotesProf. Kavitha ChandraOnline | NA Pages | EnglishThis note explains the following topics: Introduction to alternating current circuit analysis; phasors, sinusoidal steady-state analysis; ac power, rms values, three-phase systems and frequency response concepts. Magnetically coupled circuits, Filter design and analysis and Two-Port Networks; Introduction to system analysis in frequency domain: Laplace Transforms, Fourier Transforms and Fourier Series. Circuits and ElectronicsProf. Anant AgarwalOnline | NA Pages | EnglishThis note introduces the fundamentals of the lumped circuit abstraction. Topics covered includes: resistive elements and networks; independent and dependent sources, switches and MOS transistors, digital abstraction, amplifiers, energy storage elements; dynamics of first- and second-order networks, design in the time and frequency domains; and analog and digital circuits and applications. Circuit Theory Lecture HandoutsProfessor Dr. Tajamul HussainPDF | 146 Pages | EnglishThis lecture note explains the following topics: International System of Units, Negative and Positive Polarities of battery, Potential difference, Resistance in Series, Inductance, Capacitance, Types of sources : Ideal voltage source - Ideal current source, Current divider with two parallel resistances, Kirchhoff's Laws Kirchhoff's Current Law, Application of Nodal Analysis, Applications of Loop Analysis, Applications of Loop Analysis, Matrices and determinants, Superposition Theorem, Source Transformation and examples, Thevenin's Theorem and examples, Small Signal Model and its applications, Norton's Theorem with examples, PN Junction Diode, Terminal characteristics of the Junction diodes, Small Signal Model and its applications, Filters, Bipolar Junction Transistor (BJT) and Emitter. Circuit Theory IEastern Washington UniversityOnline | NA Pages | EnglishThis lecture note explains the fundamentals concepts and techniques needed to systematically analyze electricity and its applications. Topics covered includes: Circuit Theory I: goals and underlaying assumptions, Circuit Variables, Circuit Elements, Resistive Circuits, Circuit Analysis Techniques and Theorems, Operational Amplifier, Operational Amplifier Imperfections, Energy Storage Elements and transformers, First order RC and RL circuits, Examples of Sequential Switching Circuits and RLC circuits. circuit analysis basics lecture notesUniversity of California, Berkeley, CAOnline | NA Pages | EnglishThis book explains the following topics: electric circuits, integrated circuit devices and technology, CMOS digital integrated circuits, Node-Voltage Circuit Analysis Method, Resistors in series, Diode Analysis and applications, The Capacitor, The Inductor, Synthesis of logic circuits, Modern IC Fabrication Technology. Introduction to Electronics, Signals, and MeasurementProf. David Cory, Prof. Ian Hutchinson and Prof. Manos ChaniotakisOnline | NA Pages | EnglishThe note provides an introduction to electronics with a focus on measurement and signals. The prerequisites are courses in differential equations, as well as electricity and magnetism. Topics covered includes: Signals and Systems, Sampling and Aliasing, KVL and KCL Analysis, Superposition Method, Norton Equivalent Circuits, Dependent Sources, Capacitors and Inductors, Sinusoidal Steady State with Impedance Method, Transient Response of Circuits, Design and Build a Heart Rate Monitor. Circuit Analysis and Design Theory