Chapter 9
Network Sensitivity to Frequency
Recall the reactance of an inductor or a capacitor.
Resonance and Electric Filters Filters
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XL = L 1 XC = C
in , for an inductor in , for a capacitor

Chapter 8
Direct Current Power System
The first DC Power System was the Pearl Street Station, built by Thomas Edison in New York City in 1882. Steam engine coupled to a 110volt Direct Current (DC) generator
Transformers Transformers
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Chapter 7
The Sinusoidal Function
The sinusoid is described by the expression
Sinusoidal Steady-State Sinusoidal State Analysis Analysis
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f(t) = Fm cos(t + )
where Fm = amplitude or peak value = angular

Chapter 6
Second-Order Transients
Consider the homogeneous differential equation
a
Higher-Order Networks Higher
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d2 x dx +b + cx = 0 dt dt 2
with initial conditions x(0)=X0 and
dx (0) =X0. xt
The soluti

Chapter 5
Differential Equations
Definition: Differential equations are equations that involve dependent variables and their derivatives with respect to the independent variables. Simple harmonic motion: u(x) Wave equation in three dimensions: u(x,y,z,t)

Chapter 4 Inductors, Capacitors Inductors, RLC Circuits
Outline
Fundamental Capacitor Characteristics Fundamental Inductor Characteristics L and C Combinations RC Op-Amp Circuits Mutually Coupled Circuits Equilibrium Equations for RLC Circuits
Departmen

Chapter 3
Topology
Topology is a branch of geometry that concerns with the properties of a geometric figure that are not changed when the figure is twisted, bent, folded, stretched or tied in knots, provided that no parts of the figure are cut apart or jo

Chapter 2
Linear Element
A linear element is a passive element whose voltage-current relationship is described by a linear equation; i.e. if the current through the element is multiplied by a constant k, then the voltage across the element is likewise mul

Chapter 1
Topics
a.
1. 2. 3. 4.
Analysis of Resistive Circuits Circuits
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Network Reduction Techniques
Series and Parallel Circuits Delta-Wye Transformation Current and Voltage Division Source

Chapter 10
Definition of Two-Port Networks
I1 + V1
_
I2
Two-port network
Two Port Networks
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Port 1
+ V2
_
Port 2
1st
In general, we describe a two-port network as a network consisting of R, L, and C elements, opamps, transformers,