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1st Edition

Circuit Analysis and Feedback Amplifier Theory

Edited By

Wai-Kai Chen

ISBN 9780849356995
Published August 10, 2005 by CRC Press
432 Pages 352 B/W Illustrations

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Book Description

Culled from the pages of CRC's highly successful, best-selling The Circuits and Filters Handbook, Second Edition, Circuit Analysis and Feedback Amplifier Theory presents a sharply focused, comprehensive review of the fundamental theory behind professional applications of circuits and feedback amplifiers. It supplies a concise, convenient reference to the key concepts, models, and equations necessary to analyze, design, and predict the behavior of large-scale circuits and feedback amplifiers, illustrated by frequent examples.

Edited by a distinguished authority, this book emphasizes the theoretical concepts underlying the processes, behavior, and operation of these devices. It includes guidance on the design of multiple-loop feedback amplifiers. More than 350 figures and tables illustrate the concepts, and where necessary, the theories, principles, and mathematics of some subjects are reviewed. Expert contributors discuss analysis in the time and frequency domains, symbolic analysis, state-variable techniques, feedback amplifier configurations, general feedback theory, and network functions and feedback, among many other topics.

Circuit Analysis and Feedback Amplifier Theory builds a strong theoretical foundation for the design and analysis of advanced circuits and feedback amplifiers while serving as a handy reference for experienced engineers, making it a must-have for both beginners and seasoned experts.

Table of Contents

LINEAR CIRCUIT ANALYSIS. Fundamental Circuit Concepts. Network Laws and Theorems. Terminal and Port Representation. Signal Flow Graphs in Filter Analysis and Synthesis. Analysis in the Frequency Domain. Tableau and Modified Nodal Formulations. Frequency Domain Methods. Symbolic Analysis. Analysis in the Time Domain. State-Variable Techniques. FEEDBACK CIRCUITS. Feedback Amplifier Theory. Feedback Amplifier Configurations. General Feedback Theory. The Network Functions and Feedback. Measurement of Return Difference. Multiple-Loop Feedback Amplifiers. Index.

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