Lecture 1 - Course Introduction and Motivation

Lecture 2 - Kirchoff's Current and Voltage Laws, and the Incidence Matrix

Lecture 3 - Power Conservation and Tellegen's Theorem

Lecture 4 - Intuition behind Tellegen's Theorem

Lecture 5 - Tellegen's Theorem and reciprocity in linear resistive networks

Lecture 6 - Why is reciprocity useful in practice?

Lecture 7 - Inter-reciprocity in linear time-invariant networks

Lecture 8 - Inter-reciprocity in linear time-invariant networks (Continued...)

Lecture 9 - Inter-reciprocity in networks with ideal operational amplifiers

Lecture 10 - Review of Modified Nodal Analysis (MNA) of linear networks

Lecture 11 - MNA stamps of controlled sources - the VCCS and VCVS

Lecture 12 - MNA stamps of controlled sources - the CCCS and CCVS

Lecture 13 - Inter-reciprocity in linear networks - using the MNA stamp approach

Lecture 14 - The Adjoint Network

Lecture 15 - MNA stamp of an ideal opamp

Lecture 16 - Properties of circuits with multiple ideal opamps

Lecture 17 - Introduction to noise in electrical networks

Lecture 18 - Noise processed by a linear time-invariant system

Lecture 19 - kT/C noise in a sample-and-hold circuit

Lecture 20 - Noise in RLC networks

Lecture 21 - Total integrated noise in RLC Networks

Lecture 22 - Bode's Noise Theorem - Frequency domain

Lecture 23 - Input referred noise in electrical networks - Part 1

Lecture 24 - Input referred noise in electrical networks - Part 2

Lecture 25 - Input referred noise and the noise factor

Lecture 26 - Noise Factor Examples

Lecture 27 - Motivation to learn about time-varying circuits and systems - Part 1

Lecture 28 - Motivation to learn about time-varying circuits and systems - Part 2

Lecture 29 - Convolution integral for LTV systems

Lecture 30 - Frequency response of an LTV system

Lecture 31 - LTV system example : Time-varying RC filter

Lecture 32 - Linear Periodically Time-Varying Systems (LPTV)

Lecture 33 - Response of an LPTV system to a complex exponential input

Lecture 34 - Harmonic Transfer Functions

Lecture 35 - Zadeh expansion of an LPTV system

Lecture 36 - MNA analysis of LPTV networks

Lecture 37 - MNA stamp of a periodically time varying conductance

Lecture 38 - MNA stamp of a capacitor and a voltage source in an LPTV network

Lecture 39 - Analysis of an example LPTV network - Part 1

Lecture 40 - Analysis of an example LPTV network - Part 2

Lecture 41 - LPTV network analysis, RC filter, time-varying

Lecture 42 - Impedance and admittance in LTI and LPTV networks

Lecture 43 - Thevenin and Norton's Theorems for LPTV networks

Lecture 44 - The N-path principle

Lecture 45 - N-path example

Lecture 46 - Time-domain intuition of the N-path principle

Lecture 47 - N-path example: Time-Interleaved ADCs

Lecture 48 - Dc-dc converter as an LPTV system

Lecture 49 - N-path principle: Multiphase dc-dc converter

Lecture 50 - The N-path filter

Lecture 51 - Computing H_0(j2\pi f_s) for a 4-path filter

Lecture 52 - Input impedance of the 4-path filter at f_s

Lecture 53 - Computing H_0(j2\pi 2 f_s) for a 4-path filter

Lecture 54 - Determining H_0 for input frequency deviations from f_s

Lecture 55 - Reciprocity and Inter-reciprocity in LPTV networks : Part 1

Lecture 56 - Reciprocity and Inter-reciprocity in LPTV networks : Part 2, the transfer-function theorem

Lecture 57 - Why is the transfer-function theorem important?

Lecture 58 - The frequency-reversal theorem for inter-reciprocal (adjoint) LPTV networks : introduction

Lecture 59 - The frequency-reversal theorem for inter-reciprocal (adjoint) LPTV networks : derivation

Lecture 60 - Why is the frequency-reversal theorem important?

Lecture 61 - Inter-reciprocity in signal-flow graphs

Lecture 62 - Applications of inter-reciprocity: analysis of chopped amplifiers

Lecture 63 - Applications of inter-reciprocity: analysis of chopped amplifiers (Continued...)

Lecture 64 - Applications of inter-reciprocity: chopping with square-wave modulation

Lecture 65 - Applications of inter-reciprocity: the switched-RC network

Lecture 66 - Time-domain implications of inter-reciprocity and the adjoint network

Lecture 67 - Time-domain implications of inter-reciprocity and the adjoint network : Example calculation

Lecture 68 - LPTV networks with sampled outputs: Switched capacitor circuits

Lecture 69 - LPTV networks with sampled outputs: A continuous-time delta-sigma data converter

Lecture 70 - LPTV networks with sampled outputs: The equivalent LTI filter

Lecture 71 - Finding the equivalent LTI filter of a sampled LPTV system : example

Lecture 72 - Equivalent LTI filter for a switched-RC network

Lecture 73 - Finding the equivalent LTI filter of a sampled LPTV system : example of a continuous-time delta-sigma modulator

Lecture 74 - Finding the equivalent LTI filter of a sampled LPTV system with offset sampling

Lecture 75 - LPTV networks driven by modulated inputs

Lecture 76 - Introduction to noise in LPTV Networks

Lecture 77 - Noise in LPTV networks with sampled outputs

Lecture 78 - Total integrated noise in networks with R,L,C and periodically operated switches