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Circuit Theory

Circuit Theory. Instructor: Prof. S. C. Dutta Roy, Department of Electrical Engineering, IIT Delhi. The objective of the course is to familiarize you with analysis, characterization and elementary synthesis of networks. Topics: Review of Signals and Systems. Network Equations. Step Impulse and Complete Response. 2nd Order Circuits. Transform Domain Analysis. Network Theorems and Network Functions. Tuned Circuits. Two-port Networks. Elements of Realizability Theory. Positive Real Functions. LC, RC and RL Driving Point Synthesis. LC 1-port and 2-port Synthesis. Properties and Synthesis of Transfer Parameters. Resistance Terminated LC Ladder. Network Transmission Criteria. (from nptel.ac.in)

Review of Signals and Systems


Lecture 01 - Review of Signals and Systems
Lecture 02 - Review of Signals and Systems (cont.)
Lecture 03 - Network Equations: Initial and Final Conditions
Lecture 04 - Problem Session 1: Initial and Final Conditions, Analysis of Circuits
Lecture 05 - Step, Impulse and Complete Responses
Lecture 06 - 2nd Order Circuits: Magnetically Coupled Circuits
Lecture 07 - Transformer: Transform Domain Analysis
Lecture 08 - Problem Session 2: Step, Impulse and Complete Responses
Lecture 09 - Network Theorems and Network Functions
Lecture 10 - Network Functions (cont.)
Lecture 11 - Amplitude and Phase of Network Functions
Lecture 12 - Problem Session 3: Network Theorems Transform Methods
Lecture 13 - Poles, Zeros and Network Response
Lecture 14 - Single Tuned Circuits
Lecture 15 - Single Tuned Circuits (cont.)
Lecture 16 - Double Tuned Circuits
Lecture 17 - Double Tuned Circuits (cont.)
Lecture 18 - Problem Session 4: Network Functions and Analysis
Lecture 19 - Double Tuned Circuits (cont.)
Lecture 20 - Concept of Delay and Introduction to Two-Port Networks
Lecture 21 - Two-Port Networks (cont.)
Lecture 22 - Problem Session 5: Single and Double Tuned Circuits
Lecture 23 - Minor-1 Exam Problems and their Solutions, Hybrid and Transmission Parameters
Lecture 24 - The Hybrid and Transmission Parameters of 2-Ports (cont.)
Lecture 25 - Problem Session 6: Two-Port Networks
Lecture 26 - Two-Port Network Parameters: Interrelationships and Applications
Lecture 27 - Two-Port Interconnections
Lecture 28 - Interconnection of 2-Port Networks (cont.)
Lecture 29 - Problem Session 7: 2-Port Networks (cont.)
Lecture 30 - Scattering Matrix
Lecture 31 - Scattering Parameters of a 2-Port
Lecture 32 - Problem Session 8: Two-Port Parameters
Lecture 33 - Solutions of Minor-2 Problems and More on Scattering Matrix
Lecture 34 - Properties of Scattering Matrix (cont.); Insertion Loss
Lecture 35 - Example of Insertion Loss and Elements of Realizability Theory
Lecture 36 - Elements of Realizability Theory (cont.)
Lecture 37 - Positive Real Functions
Lecture 38 - Testing Positive Real Functions
Lecture 39 - Problem Session 9: Realizability, Hurwitz Polynomials and Positive Real Functions
Lecture 40 - More on Positive Real Functions and Their Synthesis
Lecture 41 - LC Driving Point Functions
Lecture 42 - LC Driving Point Synthesis (cont.)
Lecture 43 - RC and RL Driving Point Synthesis
Lecture 44 - Problem Session 10: LC Driving Point Synthesis
Lecture 45 - RC and RL One-Port Synthesis (cont.)
Lecture 46 - Elementary RLC One-Port Synthesis and Introduction to Two-Port Synthesis
Lecture 47 - Properties and Synthesis of Transfer Parameters
Lecture 48 - Resistance Terminated LC Ladder
Lecture 49 - Resistance Terminated LC Ladder (cont.)
Lecture 50 - Problem Session 11: Two-Port Synthesis
Lecture 51 - Network Transmission Criteria

References
Circuit Theory
Instructor: Prof. S. C. Dutta Roy, Department of Electrical Engineering, IIT Delhi. The objective of the course is to familiarize you with analysis, characterization and elementary synthesis of networks.