Introduction to Time–Varying Electrical Network III

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Introduction to Time-Varying Electrical Network III

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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Course Content

Why is the transfer-function theorem important?

  • The frequency-reversal theorem for inter-reciprocal (adjoint) LPTV networks : introduction
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  • The frequency-reversal theorem for inter-reciprocal (adjoint) LPTV networks : derivation
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  • Why is the frequency-reversal theorem important?
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  • Inter-reciprocity in signal-flow graphs
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  • Applications of inter-reciprocity: analysis of chopped amplifiers
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  • Applications of inter-reciprocity: analysis of chopped amplifiers (continued)
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  • Applications of inter-reciprocity: chopping with square-wave modulation
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  • Applications of inter-reciprocity: the switched-RC network
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  • Time-domain implications of inter-reciprocity and the adjoint network
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  • Time-domain implications of inter-reciprocity and the adjoint network : Example calculation
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  • LPTV networks with sampled outputs : Switched capacitor circuits
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  • LPTV networks with sampled outputs : A continuous-time delta-sigma data converter
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  • LPTV networks with sampled outputs : The equivalent LTI filter
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  • Finding the equivalent LTI filter of a sampled LPTV system : example
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  • Equivalent LTI filter for a switched-RC network
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  • Finding the equivalent LTI filter of a sampled LPTV system : example of a continuous-time
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  • Finding the equivalent LTI filter of a sampled LPTV system with offset sampling
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  • . LPTV networks driven by modulated inputs
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  • . Introduction to noise in LPTV Networks
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  • Noise in LPTV networks with sampled outputs
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  • Total integrated noise in networks with R,L,C and periodically operated switches
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