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Book Review--Circuit Dynamics: Design-Oriented Analysis

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D Feucht
7/11/2017 1:01:29 PM
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Re: Curious

Numerical circuit simulators construct from the circuit netlist a complete circuit matrix, then solve the matrix equation for voltages and currents. They do not probe into the details of why the circuit behaves as it does. The approach to analysis taken here is to uncover insights into why the dynamics is as it is. Consequently, it is of most use to those who have an undergaduate knowledge of how circuits work, but want to have a deeper understanding.

Although circuit equations are also formulated and solved, attention is paid to the meaning of parts or all of the equations as they relate to the circuit structure. The result is a better understanding of what to expect in circuit behavior which opens an understanding of the meaning of the design equations.

Mohammed H.
Mohammed H.
6/21/2017 7:17:56 PM
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I am curious as where these would be useful? Do analog engineers actually use these type of equations in design? or is it mainly for simulation software programmers?

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