Introduction to Time – Varying Electrical Network I

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Introduction to Time-Varying Electrical Network I

The course is designed to give analog, mixed-signal, and RF circuit designers a moderate introduction to time-varying circuits and systems. There are only a few prerequisites. It introduces linear time-varying (LTV) and linear periodically time-varying (LPTV) circuits after a refresher and background on linear-time invariant networks. The theory’s applications are demonstrated using practical examples.

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What Will You Learn?

  • will be able to learn about electrical network
  • How to analyse time varying Electrical netwok

Course Content

Course Introductory

  • Course Introduction and Motivation
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  • Kirchoff’s Current and Voltage Laws, and the Incidence Matrix
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  • Power Conservation and Tellegen’s Theorem
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  • Intuition behind Tellegen’s Theorem
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  • Tellegen’s Theorem and reciprocity in linear resistive networks
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  • Why is reciprocity useful in practice?
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  • Inter-reciprocity in linear time-invariant networks
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  • Inter-reciprocity in linear time-invariant networks (contd)
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  • Inter-reciprocity in networks with ideal operational amplifiers
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  • Review of Modified Nodal Analysis (MNA) of linear networks
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  • MNA stamps of controlled sources – the VCCS & VCVS
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  • MNA stamps of controlled sources – the CCCS & CCVS
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  • Inter-reciprocity in linear networks – using the MNA stamp approach
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  • The Adjoint Network
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  • MNA stamp of an ideal opamp
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  • Properties of circuits with multiple ideal opamps
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  • Introduction to noise in electrical networks
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  • Noise processed by a linear time-invariant system
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  • kT/C noise in a sample-and-hold circuit
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  • Noise in RLC networks
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  • Total integrated noise in RLC Networks
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  • Bode’s Noise Theorem – Frequency domain
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  • Input referred noise in electrical networks – part 1
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  • Noise Factor Examples
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  • Input referred noise and the noise factor
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  • Motivation to learn about time-varying circuits and systems : Part 1
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  • Motivation to learn about time-varying circuits and systems : Part 2
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