A detailed introduction to modern network theory. Includes computer models of semiconductor devices and circuits, and several computer modeling techniques. Brings together many useful techniques and basic concepts that have previously been scattered throughout other texts and professional journals. Establishes a strong analytical foundation for the analysis, design, and optimization of active and passive linear electrical networks, unifying classical theory and electronic circuit design. Features rigorous theoretical developments and design-oriented examples and exercises.
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Table of Contents
Matrix Methods of Analysis.
Introductory Graph Theory.
Topological Network Analysis.
Multiport Network Analysis.
Circuit Analysis By State Variables.
Linearized Analysis of Nonlinear Networks.
Sensitivity Analysis of Linear Networks.
Performance Estimation of Linear Active Circuits.
Circuit Analysis and Design By S Parameters.
Signal Flow and Feedback.
Characteristics of Linearized Active Device Models.