Linear Circuit Transfer Functions: An Introduction to Fast Analytical Techniques (Wiley - IEEE) (英語) ハードカバー – 2016/5/31
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Christophe Basso, Engineering Director, ON Semiconductor, Toulouse, France
Christophe Basso holds a BSEE equivalent from Montpellier University (France) and an MSEE from the Institut National Polytechnique of Toulouse. He has over 20 years of power supply industry experience. His recent research interests focus on developing new offline PWM controller specifications. On top of his 3 published books on Switch mode power supplies, Basso also has 30 patents on power conversion and has authored numerous conference papers and trade magazines.
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This book changes that. It really changes that. The book builds up to the main concept covered in Chapter 3, which is the Extra Element Theorem. It uses some clever tricks that put the expression into a simple state where you can visually identify key elements, such as gain, zeros and poles.
Chapter 4 is how to apply the Extra Element Theorem twice (ie. handle 2nd order systems) and Chapter 5 is how to apply it for nth order systems.
The problems are worked out thoroughly, and if something was not clear, I emailed the author and he responded with additional information.
I recommend this book to practicing electrical engineers who work on analog circuits analyzing network transfer functions.