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Introduction to Electrical Circuits and Signals



Chapter No./Chapter Title/Beginning Page No.

Dedication i
Acknowledgments iii
Preface v
Introduction 1
1 Charge and Current 5
2 Voltage, Energy, and Power 11
3 Circuit Considerations 19
4 The $v-i$ Characteristic and Circuit Elements 27
5 Ohm's Law and Resistance 41
6 Voltage and Current Division\\Transfer Functions 49
7 The Linear Resistor 57
8 The Ideal Diode Model\\and $v-i$ Design 73
9 More $v-i$ Design Examples 83
10 Practical Sources,Load Lines\\and Operating Points 97
11 Dependent Sources\\Transfer Resistance 111
12 The Operational Amplifier 121
13 Opamp Application Examples 129
14 Linearity 139
15 Node Voltage Analysis 147
16 Node Voltage Analysis\\Including Voltage Sources 157
17 Loop Current Analysis 167
18 Choosing the Analysis Method 187
19 Equivalent Circuits\\A Property of Superposition 195
20 Equivalent Circuit Examples 205
21 Two-Port Circuits\\r-parameters 217
22 g-parameters 227
23 Series-Parallel Connections 237
24 Cascade Networks 249
25 Network Properties 259
26 Two-Port Network Examples 271
27 Signal Parameters \& Waveform Representations 283
28 The Unit Step Function 291
29 Step Function Considerations 301
30 The Sinusoid 315
31 Significance of Phase-Shift 325
32 Complex Number Operations 333
33 The Complex Sinusoid 339
34 Periodic Functions 349
35 Finding Fourier Coefficients 355
36 The Triangle Wave 365
37 dB Scaled Frequency Spectra 371
38 Signal Delay and Modulation 379
39 Concluding Remarks---Part 1 393
40 Introduction---Part 2 399
41 The Capacitor 403
42 The Inductor 415
43 R, L, C Response to Phasor Excitation 423
44 Phasor Circuits and Impedance 433
45 Impedance and Power 447
46 Analysis and Properties of Phasor Circuits 457
47 Analysis of Phasor Circuits/Cont'd 469
48 Impedance and Network Functions 485
49 Network Functions and Scaling 495
50 Network Functions/Response to Periodic Signals 509
51 Network Response to Periodic Signals/Another Example 521
52 Impedance and Power Flow 529
53 The Transformer: A Two-Port Device 539
54 Coupled Coil Transformer Action and Circuit Models 547
55 Transformers and Power Distribution 559
56 Three-Phase Power Distribution 575
57 Simple Network Functions and Bode Plots 591
58 More on the Bode Plot\\ Cascade Network Functions 603
59 Time Domain Considerations\\Stored Energy 619
60 More on Initial States, Switches and Impulses 629
61 Unit Impulse Response: First Order Circuit 641
62 Unit Impulse Response for Second Order Circuits 651
63 Natural Frequencies and Damping 659
64 Step Response: First Order Circuits 671
65 Step Response: Second Order Circuits 681
66 Step and Impulse Response 687
67 The Damped Sinusoid or Generalized Phasor 703
68 Complex Frequency and Network Functions 711
69 Network Function Critical Frequencies/Poles and Zeros 721
70 The Transform Concept/A Fourier Series Limit 735
71 More on the Fourier Transform/The Laplace Transform 745
72 The Laplace Transform and Network Response 757
73 Additional Properties of the Laplace Transform 763
74 Repeated Roots and Derivatives 771
75 Time and Frequency Shift Operations 785
76 A Network Function Design Procedure 795
77 The Time-Domain Solution 805
78 Concluding Remarks---Part 2 815
A Notebook Guidelines and Laboratory Experiments 819
The Network/Spectrum Analyzer 827
The 3--Point Calibration Technique 828
B Answers to Selected Problems 841
Index 851
About The Author 859