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This is a course on circuit analysis. Problem sets and other instructions can be found here. Familiarity with basic calculus is assumed. At IIT Madras, this is a prerequisite course for Networks and Systems and Analog Circuits.

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- 2014-01-16: Introduction to the course
- 2014-01-17(pdf): Current and Voltage; Kirchhoff's Current and Voltage laws; Electrical circuit elements: Resistance, voltage source, and current source
- 2014-01-21(pdf): Capacitor, Inductor, controlled sources, mutual inductor; Elements in series and parallel
- 2014-01-23(pdf): Power and energy; Constraint on mutual inductance
- 2014-01-24(pdf): Open and short circuits; Loops and nodes in a circuit; Nodal analysis
- 2014-01-27(pdf): Nodal analysis of circuits with resistors and independent current sources; Voltage sources and supernodes; Controlled sources
- 2014-01-28(pdf): Nodal analysis of circuits with controlled sources; Modified nodal analysis(MNA)
- 2014-01-30(pdf): (no recording) Modified nodal analysis(MNA)
- 2014-02-04(pdf): Loop analysis with link currents
- 2014-02-06(pdf): Mesh analysis; Superposition theorem; Pushing a voltage source through a node
- 2014-02-07(pdf): Splitting a current source; Substitution theorem
- 2014-02-10(pdf): Thevenin's theorem; Maximum power transfer theorem; Tellegen's theorem
- 2014-02-11(pdf): Norton's theorem; Tellegen's theorem; Reciprocity in resistive networks
- 2014-02-13(pdf): Reciprocity in resistive networks; Introduction to two port networks
- 2014-02-14(pdf): Two port parameters
- 2014-02-18(pdf): Reciprocal two ports; Compensation theorem
- 2014-02-19(pdf): Review of reciprocity and two ports
- 2014-02-25(pdf): Incremental analysis of nonlinear circuits; Diode model
- 2014-02-27(pdf): Incremental analysis of nonlinear circuits; Diode model
- 2014-02-28(pdf): Incremental y parameters of nonlinear two ports; Negative feedback and ideal opamp
- 2014-03-03(pdf): Negative feedback and opamp; Assigning opamp signs for negative feedback
- 2014-03-04(pdf): Negative feedback and opamp; Assigning opamp signs for negative feedback
- 2014-03-07(pdf): Circuits with capacitors and inductors; First order differential equation and its solutions
- 2014-03-10(pdf): Step response of a first order circuit
- 2014-03-11(pdf): Step response of a first order circuit
- 2014-03-13(pdf): Steady state response of a first order circuit to exponential and sinusoidal inputs
- 2014-03-18(pdf): Sinusoidal steady state response; Natural response of a second order circuit
- 2014-03-20(pdf): Natural response of a second order circuit
- 2014-03-24: Natural response of a second order circuit; Sinusoidal steady state response
- 2014-03-25(pdf): Sinusoidal steady state response; Phasors and their use in circuit analysis
- 2014-03-27(pdf): Phasor diagrams; Magnitude and phase plots
- 2014-04-01(pdf): Magnitude and phase plots; Bode plots; Magnitude and phase response of a second order RLC circuit
- 2014-04-03: Complex power; Conjugate matching for maximum power transfer (no recording; refer to last year's lecture below)
- 2013-03-25(iPod, pdf): Complex power, real(average) power, apparent power, power factor, power factor correction; Conjugate matching for maximum power transfer

- 2014-04-04(pdf): Power factor correction; Locus diagrams
- 2014-04-08(pdf): Locus diagrams; Conjugate matching networks; Phasor representation of a mutual inductor
- 2014-04-10: Quiz III review
- 2014-04-11(pdf): Ideal transformer; Impedance matching with a transformer; Three phase power transmission
- 2014-04-16(pdf): Three phase systems; 3 and 4 wire connection; Delta and star connected loads; Star-Delta transformation; Balanced and unbalanced loads
- 2014-04-17(pdf): Star point voltage in an unbalanced load; Symmetrical component representation of unbalanced quantities
- 2014-04-21(pdf): Symmetrical components; Wattmeter and power measurement in single and 3 phase systems
- 2014-04-22(pdf): Magnetic circuits-analogs of KVL, KCL, and ohms law
- 2014-04-25(pdf): Magnetic components using loops of magnetic material; Nonlinearity, hysteresis, and eddy current losses

- Problem set 1(25th Jan. 2014): Basic elements; Power and energy
- Problem set 2(31st Jan. 2014): Nodal analysis; Modified nodal analysis
- Problem set 3(17th Feb. 2014): Mesh analysis; Circuit theorems
- Problem set 4(21st Feb. 2014): Circuit theorems; Two port networks
- Problem set 5(6th Mar. 2014): Small signal analysis
- Problem set 6(14th Mar. 2014): Opamp circuits
- Problem set 7(21st Mar. 2014): RC, RL, RLC network response, differential equations
- Problem set 8(28th Mar. 2014): Sinusoidal steady state response, Phasor diagrams, Bode plots
- Problem set 9(15th Apr. 2014): Locus diagrams, Conjugate matching
- Problem set 10(28th Apr. 2014): Three phase circuits
- Problem set 11(28th Apr. 2014): Magnetic circuits

- 2014-02-03: Quiz I
- 2014-02-24: Quiz II
- 2014-04-07: Quiz III
- 2014-04-29: Quiz IV