Lecture 1 - Introduction to the course;Current and Voltage;Kirchhoff's Current and Voltage laws

Lecture 2 - Electrical circuit elements: Voltage and current sources; R, C, L; Voltage sources in series; Example of superposition

Lecture 3 - Elements in series and parallel; Superposition in linear circuits

Lecture 4 - Controlled sources; Determining the characteristics of a two terminal element; Realizing a resistor using a VCCS or a CCVS

Lecture 5 - Nodal analysis of a network with conductances and current sources; Setting up the equations; Conductance matrix; Superposition

Lecture 6 - Circuit analysis; Number of KCL and KVL equations in a circuit; Nodal analysis of a network with conductances and current sources; Setting up the equations; Conductance matrix;

Lecture 7 - Nodal analysis with voltage sources and controlled sources; Brief introduction to modified nodal analysis; Use of supernode to solve circuits with voltage sources; Superposition theorem

Lecture 8 - Mesh analysis of a circuit with resistors and voltage sources; Comparison with nodal analysis; Mesh analysis of circuits with current sources-supermesh

Lecture 9 - Choice of nodal versus mesh analysis; Circuit theorems: Pushing a voltage source through a node, splitting a current source, substitution theorem, superposition

Lecture 10 - Thevenin and Norton (theorem and) equivalent circuits; Power conservation in a circuit

Lecture 11 - Tellegen's theorem; Reciprocity theorem

Lecture 12 - Compensation Theorem; Two ports

Lecture 13 - Two port parameters-y parameters

Lecture 14 - Two port parameters(z, h, and g); Reciprocal two ports

Lecture 15 - Opamp, ideal opamp circuits, non-inverting and inverting amplifiers; Ensuring that the opamp has negative feedback

Lecture 16 - RC circuit natural response; First order differential equation

Lecture 17 - RC (first-order) circuit, complete response with step inputs; Transient(natural) and steady state(forced) responses; Zero-state and zero-input responses

Lecture 18 - Step response of RC circuit with loops of voltage sources and capacitors; RL circuits; RLC circuits

Lecture 19 - Second order(RLC circuit) natural response; Series and prallel RLC circuits; Differential equation-characteristic equation and solutions; Forced response of a second order circuit

Lecture 20 - General formulation of second order(RLC circuit) natural response; Natural frequency and damping/quality factor; Series/parallel RLC circuits; R, L, C in sinusoidal steady state

Lecture 21 - Sinusoidal steady state response of RC and RLC circuits