About this book
This basic undergraduate text deals with the principal areas of electrical engineering theory, ranging from simple resistive circuits to Fourier and transient analysis. The book begins with a study of elements and laws, and progresses through d.c. circuit analysis; after a study of sinusoidal analysis, the reader is shown how these theorems and techniques can be applied to a.c. circuits. Each chapter is fully supported by numerous worked examples and unworked problems (with solutions). A chapter is devoted to the use of SPICE software for the solution of application problems.
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