Circuit Analysis and Design
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[from the Preface] Circuit Analysis and Design aims to accomplish the four vital objectives of a foundational course in the majority of electrical and computer engineering curricula:
(1) It should introduce the fundamental principles of circuit analysis and equip the student with the skills necessary to analyze any planar, linear circuit, including those driven by dc or ac sources, or by more complicated waveforms such as pulses and exponentials.
(2) It should start the student on the journey of circuit design.
(3) It should guide the student into the seemingly magical world of domain transformations—such as the Laplace and Fourier transforms, not only as circuit analysis tools, but also as mathematical languages that are “spoken” by many fields of science and engineering.
(4) It should expand the student’s technical horizon by introducing him/her to some of the many allied fields of science and technology.
Fawwaz Ulaby is the Emmett Leith Distinguished Professor of Electrical
Engineering and Computer Science, and former Vice President of the
University of Michigan. He is a member of the National Academy of
Engineering and recipient of the IEEE James H. Mulligan, Jr. Education Medal.
His Applied Electromagnetics textbook is used at over 100 US universities.
Michel M. Maharbiz is Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer
Science at the University of California, Berkeley. Dr. Maharbiz has been a GE
Scholar, an Intel IMAP Fellow and is currently a Bakar Fellow. He was awarded
National Instrument’s Excellence in Engineering Education Award in 2013.
His research interests include building micro/nano interfaces to cells and
organisms and exploring bio-derived fabrication methods.
Cynthia M. Furse is Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the
University of Utah. She has received numerous teaching awards, and is a
Fellow of the IEEE and the National Academy of Inventors. Her research is in
bioelectromagnetics (how electromagnetic fields interact with the body).