Electrical Networks: Theory and Analysis
|Rating||:||4.19 (653 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||773 Pages|
Brings together many useful techniques and basic concepts that have previously been scattered throughout other texts and professional journals. A detailed introduction to modern network theory. Features rigorous theoretical developments and design-oriented examples and exercises.. Includes computer models of semiconductor devices and circuits, and several computer modeling techniques. 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
"Great book" according to A Customer. John Choma's Electrical Networks is an excellent reference for the circuit designer and a exceptional book for a graduate level course on circuit analysis. Electrical Networks presents a comprehensive approach to the analysis of multi-port networks including high frequency circuits.