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221403 Linear Network Analysis. Syllabus. MONTREE SIRIPRUCHYANUN Homepage: http://kmitnb05.kmitnb.ac.th/~mts E-mail: mts@kmitnb.ac.th. Course Outline. Introduction to Networks Network Elements and Network Characterization Network Analysis Network Functions and Their Realizability

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## 221403 Linear Network Analysis

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**221403 Linear Network Analysis**Syllabus MONTREE SIRIPRUCHYANUN Homepage: http://kmitnb05.kmitnb.ac.th/~mts E-mail: mts@kmitnb.ac.th**Course Outline**• Introduction to Networks • Network Elements and Network Characterization • Network Analysis • Network Functions and Their Realizability • Analysis of Linear time-invariant Networks • State-variable representation of Networks • Time-domain solution of state equations • The Approximation Problems • Passive Network Synthesis • Basic of Active Network Synthesis • Positive Feedback Biquad Circuits • Negative Feedback Biquad Circuits • Active Networks based on Passive Ladder Networks**Course Descriptions (KMITL)01027132 Linear Network**Theory(Telecommunication and Electronic Engineering) Synthesis of driving point functions, synthesis of transfer functions, filters, network topology, active network elements, active filters,pole sensitivity and tolerances.**Course Descriptions (KMITL)01087225 Linear System**TheoryControl Engineering Time domain techniques, convolutions, impulse response, difference equations, transform techniques, Z-transform, linear spaces, state variable, state transition matrix, linear continuous systems, linear systems, time variable systems, controllability, observability, and stability**Grading**• Studying time 10% • Exercises 30% • Sub-test 20% • Final Examination 40%**References**• Wai-Kai Chen, Linear Networks and Systems, Brooks/Cole Engineering Division, California, 1983. • Vasudev K. Aatre, Network Theory and Filter Design, Wiley Eastern Limited, Second edition, 1993. • Behrouz Peikazi, Fundanentals of Network Analysis and Synthesis, Prentice-Hall Inc., New York, 1974. • Gobind Daryanani, Principle of Active Network Synthesis and Design, John Wiley & Sons, New York, 1976. • Franklin F. Kuo, Network Analysis and Synthesis, John Wiley & Sons International Editions, Singapore, 1966. • Aram Budak, Passive and Active Network Analysis and Synthesis, Houghton Mifflin Company, 1974. • Wai-Kai Chen, Passive and Active Filters: Theory and Implementations, BJohn Wiley & Sons, New York, 1986.

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