Author: U A Bakshi and A V Bakshi
Network Analysis and Synthesis by Bakshi book consist pre-imperative Graph Theory : Graph of a system, Definitions, Tree, Co tree , Link, Basic circle and essential cut set, Incidence lattice, Cut set network, Tie set grid duality, Loop and nodal strategies for examination. Arrange Theorems (Applications to a.c. systems) : Super-position hypothesis, Thevenins hypothesis, Nortons hypothesis, Maximum power exchange hypothesis, Reciprocity hypothesis. Millmans hypothesis, Compensation hypothesis, Tellegens hypothesis. Organize Functions : Concept of complex recurrence , Transform impedances arrange elements of one port and two port systems, Concept of posts and zeroes, Properties of driving point and exchange capacities, Time reaction and solidness from shaft zero plot. Two Port Networks : Characterization of LTI two port systems ZY, ABCD and h parameters, Reciprocity and symmetry. Between connections between the parameters, Inter-associations of two port systems, Ladder and Lattice systems. T and representation. (a) Network Synthesis : Positive genuine capacity; Definition and properties; Properties of LC, RC and RL driving point capacities, Synthesis of LC, RC and RL driving point immittance capacities utilizing Foster and Cauer first and second structures. (b) Filters : Image parameters and attributes impedance, Passive and dynamic channel basics, Low pass, High pass, (Constant K sort) Filters and prologue to dynamic channels.