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1 | Course Introduction and Motivation | Download |

2 | Kirchoff's Current and Voltage Laws, and the Incidence Matrix | Download |

3 | Power Conservation and Tellegen's Theorem | Download |

4 | Intuition behind Tellegen's Theorem | Download |

5 | Tellegen's Theorem and reciprocity in linear resistive networks | Download |

6 | Why is reciprocity useful in practice? | Download |

7 | Inter-reciprocity in linear time-invariant networks | Download |

8 | Inter-reciprocity in linear time-invariant networks (contd) | Download |

9 | Inter-reciprocity in networks with ideal operational amplifiers | Download |

10 | Review of Modified Nodal Analysis (MNA) of linear networks | Download |

11 | MNA stamps of controlled sources - the VCCS & VCVS | Download |

12 | MNA stamps of controlled sources - the CCCS & CCVS | Download |

13 | Inter-reciprocity in linear networks - using the MNA stamp approach | Download |

14 | The Adjoint Network | Download |

15 | MNA stamp of an ideal opamp | Download |

16 | Properties of circuits with multiple ideal opamps | Download |

17 | Introduction to noise in electrical networks | Download |

18 | Noise processed by a linear time-invariant system | Download |

19 | kT/C noise in a sample-and-hold circuit | Download |

20 | Noise in RLC networks | Download |

21 | Total integrated noise in RLC Networks | Download |

22 | Bode's Noise Theorem - Frequency domain | Download |

23 | Input referred noise in electrical networks - part 1 | Download |

24 | Input referred noise in electrical networks - part 2 | Download |

25 | Input referred noise and the noise factor | Download |

26 | Noise Factor Examples | Download |

27 | Motivation to learn about time-varying circuits and systems : Part 1 | Download |

28 | Motivation to learn about time-varying circuits and systems : Part 2 | Download |

29 | Convolution integral for LTV systems | Download |

30 | Frequency response of an LTV system | Download |

31 | LTV system example : Time-varying RC filter | Download |

32 | Linear Periodically Time-Varying Systems (LPTV) | Download |

33 | Response of an LPTV system to a complex exponential input | Download |

34 | Harmonic Transfer Functions | Download |

35 | Zadeh expansion of an LPTV system | Download |

36 | MNA analysis of LPTV networks | Download |

37 | MNA stamp of a periodically time varying conductance | Download |

38 | MNA stamp of a capacitor and a voltage source in an LPTV network | Download |

39 | Analysis of an example LPTV network - part 1 | Download |

40 | Analysis of an example LPTV network - part 2 | Download |

41 | LPTV network analysis, RC filter, time-varying | Download |

42 | Impedance and admittance in LTI and LPTV networks | Download |

43 | Thevenin and Norton's Theorems for LPTV networks | Download |

44 | The N-path principle | Download |

45 | N-path example | Download |

46 | Time-domain intuition of the N-path principle | Download |

47 | N-path example: Time-Interleaved ADCs | Download |

48 | Dc-dc converter as an LPTV system | Download |

49 | N-path principle: Multiphase dc-dc converter | Download |

50 | The N-path filter | Download |

51 | Computing H_0(j2\pi f_s) for a 4-path filter | Download |

52 | Input impedance of the 4-path filter at f_s | Download |

53 | Computing H_0(j2\pi 2 f_s) for a 4-path filter | Download |

54 | Determining H_0 for input frequency deviations from f_s | Download |

55 | Reciprocity and Inter-reciprocity in LPTV networks : Part 1 | Download |

56 | Reciprocity and Inter-reciprocity in LPTV networks : Part 2, the transfer-function theorem | Download |

57 | Why is the transfer-function theorem important? | Download |

58 | The frequency-reversal theorem for inter-reciprocal (adjoint) LPTV networks : introduction | Download |

59 | The frequency-reversal theorem for inter-reciprocal (adjoint) LPTV networks : derivation | Download |

60 | Why is the frequency-reversal theorem important? | Download |

61 | Inter-reciprocity in signal-flow graphs | Download |

62 | Applications of inter-reciprocity: analysis of chopped amplifiers | Download |

63 | Applications of inter-reciprocity: analysis of chopped amplifiers (continued) | Download |

64 | Applications of inter-reciprocity: chopping with square-wave modulation | Download |

65 | Applications of inter-reciprocity: the switched-RC network | Download |

66 | Time-domain implications of inter-reciprocity and the adjoint network | Download |

67 | Time-domain implications of inter-reciprocity and the adjoint network : Example calculation | Download |

68 | LPTV networks with sampled outputs : Switched capacitor circuits | Download |

69 | LPTV networks with sampled outputs : A continuous-time delta-sigma data converter | Download |

70 | LPTV networks with sampled outputs : The equivalent LTI filter | Download |

71 | Finding the equivalent LTI filter of a sampled LPTV system : example | Download |

72 | Equivalent LTI filter for a switched-RC network | Download |

73 | Finding the equivalent LTI filter of a sampled LPTV system : example of a continuous-time delta-sigma modulator | Download |

74 | Finding the equivalent LTI filter of a sampled LPTV system with offset sampling | Download |

75 | LPTV networks driven by modulated inputs | Download |

76 | Introduction to noise in LPTV Networks | Download |

77 | Noise in LPTV networks with sampled outputs | Download |

78 | Total integrated noise in networks with R,L,C and periodically operated switches | Download |

Sl.No | Chapter Name | English |
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1 | Course Introduction and Motivation | Download To be verified |

2 | Kirchoff's Current and Voltage Laws, and the Incidence Matrix | Download To be verified |

3 | Power Conservation and Tellegen's Theorem | Download To be verified |

4 | Intuition behind Tellegen's Theorem | Download To be verified |

5 | Tellegen's Theorem and reciprocity in linear resistive networks | Download To be verified |

6 | Why is reciprocity useful in practice? | Download To be verified |

7 | Inter-reciprocity in linear time-invariant networks | Download To be verified |

8 | Inter-reciprocity in linear time-invariant networks (contd) | Download To be verified |

9 | Inter-reciprocity in networks with ideal operational amplifiers | Download To be verified |

10 | Review of Modified Nodal Analysis (MNA) of linear networks | Download To be verified |

11 | MNA stamps of controlled sources - the VCCS & VCVS | Download To be verified |

12 | MNA stamps of controlled sources - the CCCS & CCVS | Download To be verified |

13 | Inter-reciprocity in linear networks - using the MNA stamp approach | Download To be verified |

14 | The Adjoint Network | Download To be verified |

15 | MNA stamp of an ideal opamp | Download To be verified |

16 | Properties of circuits with multiple ideal opamps | Download To be verified |

17 | Introduction to noise in electrical networks | Download To be verified |

18 | Noise processed by a linear time-invariant system | Download To be verified |

19 | kT/C noise in a sample-and-hold circuit | Download To be verified |

20 | Noise in RLC networks | Download To be verified |

21 | Total integrated noise in RLC Networks | Download To be verified |

22 | Bode's Noise Theorem - Frequency domain | Download To be verified |

23 | Input referred noise in electrical networks - part 1 | Download To be verified |

24 | Input referred noise in electrical networks - part 2 | Download To be verified |

25 | Input referred noise and the noise factor | Download To be verified |

26 | Noise Factor Examples | Download To be verified |

27 | Motivation to learn about time-varying circuits and systems : Part 1 | Download To be verified |

28 | Motivation to learn about time-varying circuits and systems : Part 2 | Download To be verified |

29 | Convolution integral for LTV systems | Download To be verified |

30 | Frequency response of an LTV system | Download To be verified |

31 | LTV system example : Time-varying RC filter | Download To be verified |

32 | Linear Periodically Time-Varying Systems (LPTV) | Download To be verified |

33 | Response of an LPTV system to a complex exponential input | Download To be verified |

34 | Harmonic Transfer Functions | Download To be verified |

35 | Zadeh expansion of an LPTV system | Download To be verified |

36 | MNA analysis of LPTV networks | Download To be verified |

37 | MNA stamp of a periodically time varying conductance | Download To be verified |

38 | MNA stamp of a capacitor and a voltage source in an LPTV network | Download To be verified |

39 | Analysis of an example LPTV network - part 1 | Download To be verified |

40 | Analysis of an example LPTV network - part 2 | Download To be verified |

41 | LPTV network analysis, RC filter, time-varying | Download To be verified |

42 | Impedance and admittance in LTI and LPTV networks | PDF unavailable |

43 | Thevenin and Norton's Theorems for LPTV networks | PDF unavailable |

44 | The N-path principle | PDF unavailable |

45 | N-path example | PDF unavailable |

46 | Time-domain intuition of the N-path principle | PDF unavailable |

47 | N-path example: Time-Interleaved ADCs | PDF unavailable |

48 | Dc-dc converter as an LPTV system | PDF unavailable |

49 | N-path principle: Multiphase dc-dc converter | PDF unavailable |

50 | The N-path filter | PDF unavailable |

51 | Computing H_0(j2\pi f_s) for a 4-path filter | PDF unavailable |

52 | Input impedance of the 4-path filter at f_s | PDF unavailable |

53 | Computing H_0(j2\pi 2 f_s) for a 4-path filter | PDF unavailable |

54 | Determining H_0 for input frequency deviations from f_s | PDF unavailable |

55 | Reciprocity and Inter-reciprocity in LPTV networks : Part 1 | PDF unavailable |

56 | Reciprocity and Inter-reciprocity in LPTV networks : Part 2, the transfer-function theorem | PDF unavailable |

57 | Why is the transfer-function theorem important? | PDF unavailable |

58 | The frequency-reversal theorem for inter-reciprocal (adjoint) LPTV networks : introduction | PDF unavailable |

59 | The frequency-reversal theorem for inter-reciprocal (adjoint) LPTV networks : derivation | PDF unavailable |

60 | Why is the frequency-reversal theorem important? | PDF unavailable |

61 | Inter-reciprocity in signal-flow graphs | PDF unavailable |

62 | Applications of inter-reciprocity: analysis of chopped amplifiers | PDF unavailable |

63 | Applications of inter-reciprocity: analysis of chopped amplifiers (continued) | PDF unavailable |

64 | Applications of inter-reciprocity: chopping with square-wave modulation | PDF unavailable |

65 | Applications of inter-reciprocity: the switched-RC network | PDF unavailable |

66 | Time-domain implications of inter-reciprocity and the adjoint network | PDF unavailable |

67 | Time-domain implications of inter-reciprocity and the adjoint network : Example calculation | PDF unavailable |

68 | LPTV networks with sampled outputs : Switched capacitor circuits | PDF unavailable |

69 | LPTV networks with sampled outputs : A continuous-time delta-sigma data converter | PDF unavailable |

70 | LPTV networks with sampled outputs : The equivalent LTI filter | PDF unavailable |

71 | Finding the equivalent LTI filter of a sampled LPTV system : example | PDF unavailable |

72 | Equivalent LTI filter for a switched-RC network | PDF unavailable |

73 | Finding the equivalent LTI filter of a sampled LPTV system : example of a continuous-time delta-sigma modulator | PDF unavailable |

74 | Finding the equivalent LTI filter of a sampled LPTV system with offset sampling | PDF unavailable |

75 | LPTV networks driven by modulated inputs | PDF unavailable |

76 | Introduction to noise in LPTV Networks | PDF unavailable |

77 | Noise in LPTV networks with sampled outputs | PDF unavailable |

78 | Total integrated noise in networks with R,L,C and periodically operated switches | PDF unavailable |

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