
Basic Definitions and Laws 


1  (50) 

Charge and Electric Forces 


2  (1) 


3  (4) 

Current and Magnetic Forces 


7  (3) 

Lumped Circuit Elements and Power 


10  (3) 

Kirchhoff's Current Law (KCL) 


13  (5) 

Kirchhoff's Voltage Law (KVL) 


18  (10) 


28  (2) 

Series and Parallel Connections of Elements 


30  (2) 


32  (2) 

Redrawing Circuits in Equivalent Forms 


34  (2) 


36  (15) 

Residential Power Distribution 


36  (3) 

Automobile Storage Batteries 


39  (12) 

Basic Circuit Elements and Analysis Techniques 


51  (84) 

The Independent Voltage and Current Sources 


51  (4) 

The Linear Resistor and Ohm's Law 


55  (4) 

SingleLoop and SingleNodePair Circuits 


59  (8) 

Resistors in Series and in Parallel 


67  (10) 

Circuit Solution by Circuit Reduction 


73  (4) 

Voltage and Current Division 


77  (8) 

Solutions for Circuits Containing More than One Source 


85  (5) 


90  (4) 

The Controlled (Dependent) Voltage and Current Sources 


94  (11) 

Analysis of Circuits Containing Controlled Sources 


97  (3) 

Equivalent Resistance of Circuits Containing Controlled Sources 


100  (5) 


105  (11) 


116  (19) 

Ammeters, Voltmeters, and Ohmmeters 


116  (2) 


118  (17) 

Additional Circuit Analysis Techniques 


135  (56) 

The Principle of Superposition 


135  (7) 

The Thevenin Equivalent Circuit 


142  (5) 

The Norton Equivalent Circuit 


147  (6) 


153  (1) 


154  (10) 

Circuits Containing Voltage Sources 


160  (4) 


164  (9) 

Circuits Containing Current Sources 


169  (4) 


173  (2) 


175  (16) 

The Operational Amplifier (Op Amp) 


191  (22) 

The Actual Op Amp versus the Ideal Op Amp 


191  (7) 


194  (1) 

Negative Feedback and Saturation 


195  (3) 

Other Useful OpAmp Circuits 


198  (6) 

The Noninverting Amplifier 


198  (1) 


199  (2) 


201  (2) 


203  (1) 


204  (1) 


204  (2) 

A StrainGauge Instrumentation Circuit 


205  (1) 

A Photocell Instrumentation Circuit 


206  (1) 


206  (7) 

The Energy Storage Elements 


213  (48) 


213  (7) 

Capacitors in Series and in Parallel 


218  (2) 

Continuity of Capacitor Voltages 


220  (1) 


220  (6) 

Inductors in Series and in Parallel 


224  (1) 

Continuity of Inductor Currents 


225  (1) 


226  (8) 


231  (3) 

Response of the Energy Storage Elements to DC Sources 


234  (1) 

The Differential Equations of a Circuit 


235  (4) 

The OpAmp Differentiator and Integrator 


239  (2) 


241  (9) 


250  (11) 


250  (1) 

DC Power Distribution Sag in Digital Logic Circuits 


251  (10) 

Sinusoidal Excitation of Circuits 


261  (100) 


261  (6) 

Representation of General Waveforms via the Fourier Series 


263  (3) 

Response of Circuits to Sinusodial Sources 


266  (1) 

Complex Numbers, Complex Algebra, and Euler's Identity 


267  (7) 

The Phasor (FrequencyDomain) Circuit 


274  (6) 

Representation of Sinusoidal Sources with Euler's Identity 


274  (3) 


277  (3) 

Applications of ResistiveCircuit Analysis Techniques in the Phasor Circuit 


280  (7) 

Circuits Containing More than One Sinusoidal Source 


287  (5) 

Sources of the Same Frequency 


288  (4) 


292  (22) 

Power Relations for the Elements 


296  (3) 


299  (4) 


303  (1) 

Superposition of Average Power 


304  (6) 

Effective (RMS) values of Periodic Waveforms 


310  (4) 


314  (2) 

Frequency Response of Circuits 


316  (11) 


316  (4) 


320  (2) 

Elementary Electrical Filters 


322  (4) 


326  (1) 

Commercial Power Distribution 


327  (6) 


329  (3) 


332  (1) 


333  (4) 


337  (4) 


341  (20) 


341  (1) 

Crosstalk in Transmission Lines 


342  (19) 

General Excitation of Circuits 


361  (124) 

FirstOrder Circuit Response 


361  (12) 


362  (7) 


369  (4) 

SecondOrder Circuit Response 


373  (14) 


373  (10) 


383  (4) 


387  (16) 

Important Properties of the Laplace Transform 


388  (1) 

Transforms of Important Time Functions 


389  (5) 

The Laplace Transforms of the R, L, and C Elements 


394  (7) 

Determing Initial Conditions 


401  (2) 

The Inverse Laplace Transform by PartialFraction Expansion 


403  (10) 


405  (2) 


407  (2) 


409  (4) 

FirstOrder Circuit Response 


413  (11) 


413  (4) 


417  (4) 

Additional Examples of FirstOrder Circuit Response 


421  (3) 

SecondOrder Circuit Response 


424  (11) 

The Step and Impulse Responses 


435  (8) 


443  (3) 

Application of Linearity and Time Invariance 


446  (5) 


451  (5) 


456  (8) 


464  (21) 


464  (1) 

Ringing in Digital Circuits 


465  (1) 

Crosstalk in Digital Circuits 


466  (19) 
APPENDIX Solution of Linear Algebraic Equations 

485  (12) 


486  (1) 


487  (3) 


490  (7) 
Index 

497  