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# Introduction to Linear Circuit Analysis and Modelling: From DC to RF Download PDF

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This book is aimed at engineering and sciences students and other professionals who want a solid grounding in circuit analysis. The basics covered in the first four chapters are suitable for first-year undergraduates. The material covered in Chapters five and six is more specialist and provides a good background at an intermediate level, especially for those aiming to learn about electronic circuits and their building blocks. The last two chapters are more advanced and require a good grounding in the concepts covered earlier in the book. These two chapters are suited to students in the final year of their engineering degree and post-graduates. In the first chapter, we begin by reviewing the fundamental laws and therems applicable to electrical circuits. In Chapter two we include a review of complex numbers, crucial for dealing with AC signals and circuits. The varied and complex nature of signals and electronic systems requires a thorough understanding of the mathematical description of signals and the circuits that process them. Frequency domain circuit and signal analysis, based on the application of Fourier techniques, are discussed in Chapter three with special emphasis on the use of these techniques in the context of circuits. Chapter four then considers time domain analysis and Laplace techniques, again with similar emphasis. Chapter five covers the analysis techniques used in two-port circuits and also covers various circuit representations and parameters. These techniques are important for the computer-based analysis of linear electronic circuits. In this chapter the treatment is frequency-domain-based.
Chapter six introduces basic electronic amplifier building blocks and de-scribes frequency-domain-based analysis techniques for common circuits and circuit topologies. We deal with bipolar and field-effect transistor circuits as well as operational amplifiers. Radio-frequency and microwave circuit analysis techniques are presented in Chapter seven where we cover transmission lines, S-parameters, and the concept and application of the Smith chart. Chapter eight discusses the mathematical representation of noise and its origins, analysis, and effects in electronic circuits. The analysis techniques outlined in this chapter also provide the basis for an efficient computer-aided analysis method. Appendix A and B provide a synopsis of frequently used mathematical formulae and a review of matrix algebra. Appendix C gives a summary of various two-port circuit parameters and their conversion formulae. In writing this book we have strived to make it suitable for teaching and self-study. Concepts are illustrated using examples and the reader’s acquired knowledge can be tested using the problems at the end of each chapter. The examples provided are worked in detail throughout the book and the problems are solved in the solution manual provided as a web resource. For both examples and problems we guide the reader through the solution steps to facilitate understanding.

Contents Of The Book :

1 Elementary electrical circuit analysis
2 Complex numbers: An introduction
3 Frequency domain electrical signal and circuit analysis
4 Natural and forced responses circuit analysis
5 Electrical two-port network analysis
6 Basic electronic amplifier building blocks
7 RF circuit analysis techniques
8 Noise in electronic circuits
A Mathematical formulae for electrical engineering
B Elementary matrix algebra
C Two-port electrical parameters

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Title: Introduction to Linear Circuit Analysis and Modelling: From DC to RF Download PDF
Language: English.
Size: 9 Mb.
Pages: 374.
Format: PDF.
Author: Luis Moura & Izzat Darwazeh