CZECH TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY IN PRAGUE
STUDY PLANS
2024/2025

# Linear Circuit Analysis

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11ANEL Z,ZK 4 4 Czech
Vztahy:
In order to register for the course 11ANEL, the student must have successfully completed in previous semesters the required number of courses in the group PREREKKIPL1.
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Department of Solid State Engineering
Synopsis:

The course is the introduction to the linear electronics for physicists. In the first part it describes basic methods of linear circuit analysis. It is especially oriented to the understanding of the computer methods of analysis. The second part gives a short list of most commonly used circuits in experimental equipment.

Requirements:
Syllabus of lectures:

1. Basic network elements, independent sources, transducers. 2. Kirchhoff laws. 3. Laplace transformation. 4. Thevenin and Norton transformations. 5. Network functions, poles and zeros, harmonic analysis. 6. Nodal formulation of network equations. 7. Topological formulation. 8. Modified nodal formulation. 9. Computer generation of network functions. 10. Numerical integration of network equations. 11. Selected circuits. 12. Basic transistor circuits. 13. Circuits with operational amplifiers.

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Study Objective:

Knowledge:^^ Application of linear algebra in linear circuit analysis. ^^Skills:^^ Forming and solving network equations for circuits with linear time invariant lumped elements. Knowledge of basic transistor circuits and opamp circuites utilized in experimental physics.

Study materials:

Key references:

[1] Vlach Jiří: Computer methods for circuit analysis and design. Van Nostrand Reinhold Company Inc., New York 1983.

Recommended references:

[2] C. Lunn: Essence Analog Electronics, Prentice Hall 1997.

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