Circuit Analysis Without Transforms
Is it simpler? In most cases, it is. Remember the difficulty you faced by working solely in the time domain, in the previous chapter (Chap. 2), in solving a differential equation with impulsive excitation? Except for these odd cases, time domain analysis is usually simpler. In this chapter, we discuss how linear circuits can be completely analysed without using Laplace or Fourier transforms. Is this analysis simpler than that using transform techniques? You should judge for yourself to realize.