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EEEG 213

EEEG 213            NETWORK ANALYSIS                        3 Credits

Objective: To understand the theory and techniques of analysis and synthesis of networks including passive and active filters.

Syllabus:

Review of Classical Solution of Ordinary Differential Equations with Constant Coefficients: First Order differential equations of RL and RC circuits and time constant, general and particular solutions, initial conditions in L and C; Natural unforced responses of RL and RC circuits from initial conditions; Complete transient and steady state response of first order systems including initial conditions and applied forcing functions  

Complete Time Domain Response of Third and Higher Order Systems:  Initial conditions; Transient and steady state components of response; RLC resonance; Damping factors, high and low Q circuits.

Use of Laplace Transformation Techniques for Solutions of Ordinary Differential Equations with Constant Coefficients: Transient and steady state response of networks to step, ramp, impulse and sinusoidal forcing functions with and without initial conditions in L and C components; First order systems; Second and higher order systems; State-space forms of equations.Transfer functions, Poles and Zeros of Networks: Relationship between pole/zero locations and system time response.

One Port Passive Circuits: Properties of passive circuits, positive real functions; Properties of lossless circuits

Two-Port Parameters of Networks: Definitions of two-port networks, short circuit admittance parameters, open circuit impedance parameters, transmission parameters, hybrid parameters

Introduction to Filters: Frequency response and Bode plots, kinds of filters in terms of frequency response; electrical and electronic analog filters, filter design methods for analog filters.

References:

  1. M E Van Valkenberg, Network Analysis, 3rd Ed. PHI 1994
  2. M. E. Van Valkenberg, Analog Filter Design, HRW Inc. New York 1982
  3. R. Schaumann, M. S. Ghausi and K. R. Laker, Design of Analog Filter:  Passive, Active, RC and Switched – Capacitor, Prentice Hall 1990
 

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