EE 321 Advanced Circuit Theory 2004

Leaning Objectives

Learning / teaching plan

WeekLecturePagesContribution
to Assessment
1The s-plane and the Laplace domain The s-plane, the general complex exponential excitation function, two-port networks, positive reak functions, positive semi-definite functions, properties of RC networks, properties of LC networks.1 - 16  
2,3State variables and state space representation State-space, obtaining state variables and state equations from transfer function, resistors, inductors and capacitors, formulation of state equations by nodal and mesh analysis, energy functions, formulation of state equations using energy functions.55 - 77  
4Transformations, canonical forms - eigen values Eigen values and eigen vectors, diagonal matrices, the Jordan canonical form.78 - 93  
5Assignment 1 - Presentations - 22nd September 2004     10 %
6,7Solution of network equations Solution of linear state equations through Laplace transformation, solution of transient equations, networks with sparse matrices. 94 - 130  
8,9Synthesis of analogue circuits Realisation of LC driving point functions, RC driving point functions, RL driving point functions, synthesis of RLC circuits. Insertion power function and reflection coefficient, Butterworth filters, Chebyschev filters, transformation to obtain high-pass characteristics, band-pass and band-stop filters.
Active Filters Active filters using gyrators, active filters using NICs, the state variable filter, switched capacitor filters.
131 - 157

158 - 163

 
10Assignment 2 - Presentations - 3rd November 2004    10%
11,12Modern trends in circuit analysis and design Automatic equation formulation - modified nodal analysis, modelling of non-linear circuits - diodes and transistors, Spice, Tellegan's theorem, sensitivity and robust design, automatic design and use of Artificial Intelligence.164 - 213  
13Reserve   
14Assignment 3 - Presentations - 24th November 2004    10%
 Final examination     70%
 Total   100 %