Introduction to Linear Circuit Analysis and Modelling
From DC to RFBy
- Luis Moura, Lecturer in Electronics, University of Algarve, Faro, Portugal.
- Izzat Darwazeh, Reader in Telecommunications, University College London, UK.
Luis Moura and Izzat Darwazeh introduce linear circuit modelling and analysis applied to both electrical and electronic circuits, starting with DC and progressing up to RF, considering noise analysis along the way.Avoiding the tendency of current textbooks to focus either on the basic electrical circuit analysis theory (DC and low frequency AC frequency range), on RF circuit analysis theory, or on noise analysis, the authors combine these subjects into the one volume to provide a comprehensive set of the main techniques for the analysis of electric circuits in these areas.Taking the subject from a modelling angle, this text brings together the most common and traditional circuit analysis techniques (e.g. phasor analysis) with system and signal theory (e.g. the concept of system and transfer function), so students can apply the theory for analysis, as well as modelling of noise, in a broad range of electronic circuits.A highly student-focused text, each chapter contains exercises, worked examples and end of chapter problems, with an additional glossary and bibliography for reference. A balance between concepts and applications is maintained throughout.The book is also supported by a companion website, featuring a full solutions manual, additional equations, graphs and illustrations for Lecturers to download when preparing teaching aids, as well as numerous case studies, worked examples and exercises using MATLAB to aid student learning.Luis Moura is a Lecturer in Electronics at the University of Algarve. Izzat Darwazeh is Senior Lecturer in Telecommunications at University College, London, previously at UMIST.
Introductory / intermediate undergraduates on electrical and electronic engineering courses world-wide. Some secondary market on computing and physics courses.
Paperback, 376 Pages
Published: March 2005
- Preface; Acknowledgements; 1 Elementary electrical circuit analysis; 1.1 Introduction; 1.2 Voltage and current; 1.3 Electrical passive elements; 1.4 Kirchhoff's laws; 1.5 Thévenin's theorem; 1.6 Norton's theorem; 1.7 Superposition theorem; 1.8 Bibliography; 1.9 Problems; 2 Complex numbers: An introduction; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Definition; 2.3 Elementary algebra; 2.4 Polar representation; 2.5 The exponential form; 2.6 Powers and roots; 2.7 Bibliography; 2.8 Problems; 3 Frequency domain electrical signal and circuit analysis; 3.1 Introduction; 3.2 Sinusoidal AC electrical analysis; 3.3 Generalized frequency domain analysis; 3.4 Bibliography; 3.5 Problems; 4 Natural and forced responses circuit analysis; 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 Time domain analysis; 4.3 Transient analysis using Fourier transforms; 4.4 The Laplace transform; 4.5 Analysis using Laplace transforms; 4.6 Bibliography; 4.7 Problems; 5 Electrical two-port network analysis; 5.1 Introduction; 5.2 Electrical representations; 5.3 Computer-aided electrical analysis; 5.4 Bibliography; 5.5 Problems; 6 Basic electronic amplifier building blocks; 6.1 Introduction; 6.2 Modelling the amplification process; 6.3 Operational amplifiers; 6.4 Active devices; 6.5 Bibliography; 6.6 Problems; 7 RF circuit analysis techniques; 7.1 Introduction; 7.2 Lumped versus distributed; 7.3 Electrical model for ideal transmission lines; 7.4 Scattering parameters; 7.5 The Smith chart; 7.6 Bibliography; 7.7 Problems; 8 Noise in electronic circuits; 8.1 Introduction; 8.2 Random variables; 8.3 Stochastic processes; 8.4 Noise in electronic circuits; 8.5 Computer-aided noise modelling and analysis; 8.6 Bibliography; 8.7 Problems; Appendix A Mathematical formulae for electrical engineering; Appendix B Elementary matrix algebra; Appendix C Two-port electrical parameters; Index