Compared to other standard circuit textbooks which are available out there, this one has done an excellent job. It is written in a readable style that is so rare among textbooks in this field. The flow from topic to topic is straightforwardly continuous and the reading can even be very enjoyable (especially the introduction to each chapter). I very much wish there were more circuit textbooks written like this one, so that you can read and learn by yourself. But very unfortunately, most of them are extremely unreadable and so un-transparent in their presentation of fundamental concepts. For this reason, I think, Alexander's book deserves even more credit.t explains the concepts very clearly and maybe used for signals too, when studying Fourier and Laplace transforms. The authors do a superb job and make challenging concepts sound easy for the student. Extremely organized and well prepared book.

__About Book:__Title: Fundamentals_of_electric_circuits_4thed

Author : Charles K. Alexander and Matthew N.O. Sadiku

Edition: 4th

Total Page: 528

Size : 15 MB

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__ Content:__

__Content:__

- DC Circuits Part

2. Basic Laws

3. Methods of Analysis

4. Circuits Theorem

5. Operational Amplifiers

6. Capacitors and Inductors

7. First-Order Circuits

8. Second-Order Circuits

- Ac Circuits Part

10. Sinusoidals Steady-Stats Analysis

11. AC Power Analysis

12. Three Phase Circuits

13. Magnetically Coupled Circuits

14. Frequency Response

- Advance Circuit Analysis

16. Applications of the Laplace Transformation

17. The Fourier Series

18. Fourier Transform

19. Two-Port Networks