924 pages | 672 B/W Illus.
This volume, drawn from the Circuits and Filters Handbook, focuses on mathematics basics; circuit elements, devices, and their models; and linear circuit analysis. It examines Laplace transformation, Fourier methods for signal analysis and processing, z-transform, and wavelet transforms. It also explores network laws and theorems, terminal and port represetnation, analysis in the frequency domain, and more.
Mathematics, Y.-F. Huang
Linear Operators and Matrices, C.B. Schrader and M.K. Sain
Bilinear Operators and Matrices, M.K. Sain and C.B. Schrader
Laplace Transformation, J.R. Deller, Jr.
Fourier Methods for Signal Analysis and Processing, W.K. Jenkins
z-Transform, J. Kovacevic
Wavelet Transforms, P.P. Vaidyanathan and I. Djokovic
Graph Theory, K. Thulasiraman
Signal Flow Graphs, K. Thulasiraman
Theory of Two-Dimensional Hurwitz Polynomials, H.C. Reddy
Application of Symmetry: Two-Dimensional Polynomials, Fourier Transforms, and Filter Design, H.C. Reddy, I-H. Khoo, and P.K. Rajan
Circuit Elements, Devices and Their Models, J. Choma
Passive Circuit Elements, S. Nowak, T.W. Postupolski, G.E. Carlson, and B.M. Wilamowski
RF Passive IC Components, T.H. Lee, M. del Mar Hershenson, S.S. Mohan, K. Samavati, and C.P. Yue
Circuit Elements, Modeling, and Equation Formulation, J.A. Nossek
Controlled Circuit Elements, E.W. Greeneich and J.F. Delansky
New! Bipolar Junction Transistor Amplifiers, D.J. Comer and D.T. Comer
New! Operational Amplifiers, D.G. Nairn and S.B. Franco
New! High-Frequency Amplifiers, C. Toumazou and A. Payne
Linear Circuit Analysis, W.K. Chen
Fundamental Circuit Concepts, J. Choma, Jr.
Network Laws and Theorems, R.R. Chen, A.M. Davis, and M.A. Simaan
Terminal and Port Representations, J.A. Svoboda
Signal Flow Graphs in Filter Analysis and Synthesis, P.-M. Lin
Analysis in the Frequency Domain, J. Vlach and J. Choma, Jr.
Tableau and Modified Nodal Formulations, J. Vlach
New! Frequency-Domain Methods, P.B. Aronhime
New! Symbolic Analysis, M.M. Hassoun and B.S. Rodanski
Analysis in the Time Domain, R.W. Newcomb
State-Variable Techniques, K.S. Chao