The Electrical Engineer's Handbook is an invaluable reference source for all practicing electrical engineers and students. Encompassing 79 chapters, this book is intended to enlighten and refresh knowledge of the practicing engineer or to help educate engineering students. This text will most likely be the engineer’s first choice in looking for a solution; extensive, complete references to other sources are provided throughout. No other book has the breadth and depth of coverage available here. This is a must-have for all practitioners and students! The Electrical Engineer's Handbook provides the most up-to-date information in: Circuits and Networks, Electric Power Systems, Electronics, Co...
The intuitive diagrammatic nature of graphs makes them useful in modelling systems in engineering problems. This text gives an account of material related to such applications, including minimal cost flows and rectangular dissection and layouts. A major th
Featuring hundreds of illustrations and references, this volume in the third edition of the Circuits and Filters Handbook, provides the latest information on analog and VLSI circuits, omitting extensive theory and proofs in favor of numerous examples throughout each chapter. The first part of the text focuses on analog integrated circuits, presenting up-to-date knowledge on monolithic device models, analog circuit cells, high performance analog circuits, RF communication circuits, and PLL circuits. In the second half of the book, well-known contributors offer the latest findings on VLSI circuits, including digital systems, data converters, and systolic arrays.
Electrical, communication, transportation, computer, and neural networks are special kinds of nets. Designing these networks demands sophisticated mathematical models for their analysis. This book is the first to present a unified, comprehensive, and up-to-date treatment of net theory. It brings together elements of abstract graph theory and circuit analysis to network problems. Contents: Graphs and NetworksThe Shortest Directed Path ProblemMaximum Flows in NetworksMinimum Trees and Communication NetsFeasibility Theorems and Their ApplicationsApplications of Flow Theorems to Subgraph ProblemsSignal-Flow GraphsOther Net Applications Readership: Graduate students in electrical and electronic engineering.
This concise text for a one-semester, graduate-level course in passive and active filters develops the fundamental principles of active and passive network synthesis as related to practical design considerations. Drawing an excellent balance between theoretical development and examples of modern applications, it covers fundamentals of network synthesis, filter approximation and frequency transformations, passive filter synthesis, design of resistively terminated networks, active filter synthesis, sensitivity, the active biquad, realization of active two-port networks, design of broadband matching networks, and more. An Instructor's Manual presenting detailed solutions to all the problems in the book is available from the Wiley editorial department
A bestseller in its first edition, The Circuits and Filters Handbook has been thoroughly updated to provide the most current, most comprehensive information available in both the classical and emerging fields of circuits and filters, both analog and digital. This edition contains 29 new chapters, with significant additions in the areas of computer-aided design, circuit simulation, VLSI circuits, design automation, and active and digital filters. It will undoubtedly take its place as the engineer's first choice in looking for solutions to problems encountered in the design, analysis, and behavior prediction of large-scale circuits, devices, filters, and systems.
Theory and Design of Broadband Matching Networks centers on the network theory and its applications to the design of broadband matching networks and amplifiers. Organized into five chapters, this book begins with a description of the foundation of network theory. Chapter 2 gives a fairly complete exposition of the scattering matrix associated with an n-port network. Chapter 3 considers the approximation problem along with a discussion of the approximating functions. Chapter 4 explains the Youla's theory of broadband matching by illustrating every phase of the theory with fully worked out examples. The extension of Youla's theory to active load impedance is taken up in Chapter 5. This book will be useful as a reference for practicing engineers who wish to learn how the modern network theory can be applied to the design of many practical circuits.
Applied Graph Theory: Graphs and Electrical Networks, Second Revised Edition provides a concise discussion of the fundamentals of graph and its application to the electrical network theory. The book emphasizes the mathematical precision of the concepts and principles involved. The text first covers the basic theory of graph, and then proceeds to tackling in the next three chapters the various applications of graph to electrical network theory. These chapters also discuss the foundations of electrical network theory; directed-graph solutions of linear algebraic equations; and topological analysis of linear systems. Next, the book covers trees and their generation. Chapter 6 deals with the realizability of directed graphs with prescribed degrees, while Chapter 7 talks about state equations of networks. The book will be of great use to researchers of network topology, linear systems, and circuitries.
Upon its initial publication, The Circuits and Filters Handbook broke new ground. It quickly became the resource for comprehensive coverage of issues and practical information that can be put to immediate use. Not content to rest on his laurels, in addition to updating the second edition, editor Wai-Kai Chen divided it into tightly-focused texts that made the information easily accessible and digestible. These texts have been revised, updated, and expanded so that they continue to provide solid coverage of standard practices and enlightened perspectives on new and emerging techniques. Passive, Active, and Digital Filters provides an introduction to the characteristics of analog filters and a...
This two-volume introductory text on modern network and system theory establishes a firm analytic foundation for the analysis, design and optimization of a wide variety of passive and active circuits. Volume 1 is devoted to the fundamentals and Volume 2 to Fourier analysis and state equations. Its prerequisites are basic calculus, dc and ac networks, matrix algebra, and some familiarity with linear differential equations. The objective of the book is to select and feature theories and concepts of fundamental importance that are amendable to a broad range of applications. A special feature of the book is that it bridges the gap between theory and practice, with abundant examples showing how theory solves problems. Recognizing that computers are common tools in modern engineering, canned computer programs are developed throughout the text, both in the time domain and the frequency domain. In addition to the usual materials in a linear networks and systems book, advanced topics on functions of a matrix that are closely related to the solution of the state equation are included. The reader will find the study of this material rewarding.