Circuit Theory

Course Description

In this course, Dr. S. C. Dutta Roy, Department of Electrical Engineering IIT Delhi (NPTEL), gives 51 video lectures on the concepts of Circuit Theory, such as Signals and Systems, Network Equations, Magnetically Coupled Circuits, Poles, Zeros, Network Response, Single Tuned Circuits, Double Tuned Circuits, Positive Real Functions, Scattering Matrix, LC Driving Point Functions, RC and RL Driving Point Synthesis, Transfer Parameters, Resistance and many more.

The original name for this course is: Electrical - Circuit Theory. This course has 51 video lectures on Circuit Theory, by Dr. S. C. Dutta Roy.

Circuit Theory
Dr. S. C. Dutta Roy in Lecture 34: Insertion Loss.
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Video Lectures & Study Materials

# Lecture Play Lecture
1 Review of Signals and Systems (42:13) Play Video
2 Review of Signals and Systems (cont.) (50:38) Play Video
3 Network Equations & Initial and Final Conditions (53:30) Play Video
4 Problem Session I (54:15) Play Video
5 Step, Impulse and Complete Responses (59:15) Play Video
6 Second Order Circuits: Magnet ically Coupled Circuits (59:51) Play Video
7 Transformer Domain Analysis (55:08) Play Video
8 Problem Session II : Step and Impulse (44:29) Play Video
9 Network Theorems and Network Functions (55:30) Play Video
10 Network Functions (cont.) (51:32) Play Video
11 Amplitude and Phase of Network Functions (49:46) Play Video
12 Problem Session III : Network Theorems Transform (49:13) Play Video
13 Poles, Zeros and Network Responses (54:25) Play Video
14 Single Tuned Circuits (55:47) Play Video
15 Single Tuned Circuits (cont.) (50:55) Play Video
16 Double Tuned Circuits (44:57) Play Video
17 Double Tuned Circuits (cont.) (56:45) Play Video
18 Problem Session IV : Network Functions and Analysis (52:43) Play Video
19 Double Tuned Circuits (cont.) (53:09) Play Video
20 Concept of Delay and Introduction (56:47) Play Video
21 Two-port Networks (cont.) (53:53) Play Video
22 Problem Session V (53:51) Play Video
23 Minor I (45:17) Play Video
24 The Hybrid & Transmission Parameters of Two Ports (47:53) Play Video
25 Problem Session VI: Two Port Networks (58:22) Play Video
26 Two-Port Network Parameters: Interrelationships and Applications (54:29) Play Video
27 Two-port Networks (cont.) (55:58) Play Video
28 Interconnection of Two-Port Networks (cont. ) (54:36) Play Video
29 Problem Session VII : Two-Port Networks (Cont. ) (47:54) Play Video
30 Scattering Matrix (56:02) Play Video
31 Scattering Parameters of a Two-Port (54:02) Play Video
32 Problem Session VIII : Two-Port Parameters (45:51) Play Video
33 Solutions of Minor: Two Problems (50:40) Play Video
34 Insertion Loss (51:13) Play Video
35 Example of Insertion Loss and Elements (53:58) Play Video
36 Elements of Realizability Theory (cont.) (54:40) Play Video
37 Positive Real Functions (50:33) Play Video
38 Testing of Positive Real Functions (51:35) Play Video
39 Problem Session IX (54:11) Play Video
40 More on PRF's and their Synthesis (56:58) Play Video
41 LC Driving Point Functions (55:21) Play Video
42 LC Driving Point Functions (cont.) (55:49) Play Video
43 RC and RL Driving Point Synthesis (50:17) Play Video
44 Problem Session X: LC Driving Point Synthesis (46:39) Play Video
45 RC & RL One-Port Synthesis (cont.) (53:02) Play Video
46 Elementary RLC One-Port Synthesis (53:54) Play Video
47 Properties and Synthesis of Transfer Parameters (48:59) Play Video
48 Resistance Terminated LC Ladder (50:47) Play Video
49 Resistance Terminated LC Ladder (cont.) (47:29) Play Video
50 Problem Session XI: Two-Port Synthesis (49:28) Play Video
51 Network Transmission Criteria (49:09) Play Video

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