This comprehensive textbook covers all subjects on linear circuit theory, with the emphasis on learning the subject without an excessive amount of information. This unique approach stresses knowledge rather than computer use to start and differs from other books by introducing matrix algebra early in the book. The book's 290 problems are meant to b

chapter 1|37 pages

Basic Concepts

chapter 2|16 pages

Nodal and Mesh Analysis

chapter 3|25 pages

Matrix Methods

chapter 4|28 pages

Dependent Sources

chapter 5|35 pages

Network Transformations

chapter 6|10 pages

Capacitors and Inductors

chapter 7|22 pages

Networks With Capacitors and Inductors

chapter 8|46 pages

Frequency Domain

chapter 9|28 pages

Laplace Transformation

chapter 10|33 pages

Time Domain

chapter 11|18 pages

Network Functions

chapter 12|29 pages

Active Networks

chapter 13|11 pages


chapter 14|21 pages


chapter 15|31 pages

Modeling and Numerical Methods

chapter 16|23 pages


chapter 17|21 pages

Modified Nodal Formulation

chapter 18|11 pages

Fourier Series and Transformation