## Chapter 1: Introduction

Introduction## Chapter 2: Resistive Circuits

m2.1: Kirchhoff's Lawsm2.2: Equivalent Resistance

m2.3: Current and Voltage Dividers

m2.4: Wye-Delta Transformation

## Chapter 3: Analysis Techniques

m3.1: Node-Voltage Methodm3.2: Mesh-Current Method

m3.3: Superposition

m3.4: Thévenin Equivalents and Maximum Power Transfer

## Chapter 4: Operational Amplifiers

m4.1: Ideal Op-Amp Modelm4.2: Noninverting Amplifier

m4.3: Summing Amplifier

m4.4: Signal Processing Circuits

## Chapter 5: RC and RL First-Order Circuits

m5.1: Capacitorsm5.2: Inductors

m5.3: Response of the RC Circuit

m5.4: Response of the RL Circuit

## Chapter 6: RLC Circuits

m6.1: Initial and Final Conditionsm6.2: Natural Response of the Series RLC Circuit

m6.3:

m6.4: Step Response

## Chapter 7: ac Analysis

m7.1: Impedance Transformationsm7.2: Equivalent Circuits

m7.3: Phase-Shift Circuits

m7.4: Phasor-Domain Analysis Techniques

## Chapter 8: ac Power

m8.1: Periodic Waveformsm8.2: Average Power

m8.3: Complex Power

m8.4: The Power Factor

## Chapter 9: Frequency Response of Circuits and Filters

m9.1: Scalingm9.2: Bode Plots

m9.3: Filter Order

m9.4: Cascaded Active Filters

## Chapter 13: Fourier Analysis Technique

m13.1 Fourier Series Representationm13.2 Circuit Applications

m13.3 Fourier Transform

m13.4 Circuit Analysis with Fourier Transform

## End Matter

Appendix A: Parts ListAppendix B: LM317 Voltage and Current Sources

Appendix C: TL072 Operational Amplifier

Appendix D: DG413 Quad Analog Switch

Appendix E: Transient Response Measurement Techniques

Appendix F: Sinusoid Measurement Techniques