Best Reference Books – Circuit Theory and Networks

We have compiled a list of Best Reference Books on Circuit Theory and Networks Subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges.

Here is the full list of best reference books on Circuit Theory and Networks.

We have put a lot of effort into researching the best books for reference on this subject and came out with a recommended list of best books. The table below contains a review of these books and links to the Amazon website to directly purchase these books. As an Amazon Associate, we earn from qualifying purchases, but this does not impact our reviews, comparisons, and listing of these books; the table serves as a ready reckoner list of these best books.

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1. “Circuit Theory and Networks” by Bagchi Surajit

“Circuit Theory and Networks” Book Review: This book expounds on major concepts related to the subject matter with very clear presentations and illustrations.It also presents its readers with step by step techniques for problem solving. It contains a vast amount of problems and their solutions with understandable illustrations. A good deal of multiple choice questions with hints and comprehensible guidelines are included so readers can test their knowledge on the topics in the book.

2. “Circuit and Network Theory – GATE, PSUS and ES Examination” by Karna Satish K

“Circuit and Network Theory – GATE, PSUS and ES Examination” Book Review: This book is written for students taking BE and BTech programmes in electronics engineering, electrical engineering, electrical and electronics engineering, and instrumentation engineering branches that are preparing for GATE, PSUs and ES examinations. A lot of deliberation has been made on the book so it would be perfect for students preparing for examinations.Undergraduate students studying science courses would certainly find the book beneficial.

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3. “Problems And Solutions In Electric Circuits And Networks (With Essential Theory)” by Jaireth
4. “Electrical Circuit Theory and Technology” by John Bird

“Electrical Circuit Theory and Technology” Book Review: This is a textbook that describes the basic concepts of electrical circuit theory and technology.Major concepts such as semiconductors, transistors, and fuel cells are explained. Students of electrical and mechanical engineering would benefit from the knowledge in the book. Real scenarios are included. Problems and their solutions are contained in the book. There are also more problems and tests that readers can use to assess themselves to know if they’ve fully grasped the subject. Answers to the problems and tests can be found online along with the formulae that would help to solve the problems and tests.This book is perfect for undergraduate degree students studying electrical and mechanical courses.

5. “Circuit Theory: Continuous and Discrete – Time Systems, Elements of Network Synthesis” by Kuriakose

“Circuit Theory: Continuous and Discrete – Time Systems, Elements of Network Synthesis” Book Review: This textbook expounds on the basic concepts in circuit theory. It is divided into four sections; fundamental concepts in electrical engineering, linear-time invariant systems, advanced topics in network analysis, and elements of network synthesis. A lot of well illustrated examples,problems and their solutions and exercises are all included in the book. This book is targeted towards undergraduate students interested in electrical, electronics, and computer science engineering. Postgraduate students, professionals in the electrical and computer engineering industry and candidates getting ready for examinations conducted by professional bodies like IE, IETE, IEEE. would all find it helpful.

6. “Theory and Synthesis of Linear Passive Time-Invariant Networks” by Dante C Youla

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“Theory and Synthesis of Linear Passive Time-Invariant Networks” Book Review: This book shows fundamental concepts supporting linear lumped passive time-invariant networks. It is inspired by a series of lectures and years of experience in the field.A lot of topics are covered like passive n-ports, broadband matching, the design of passive multiplexes and two-state passive devices. The theoretical behavior of transverse electromagnetic (TEM) coupled transmission lines is well explained in the book. The key concepts are well explained with worked examples. It is written in a style that makes the concepts seem easy to graduate students studying linear networks and circuit design, academic researchers and professional circuit engineers.

7. “Adaptive Filter Theory (Prentice Hall Information and System Sciences Series)” by S S Haykin

“Adaptive Filter Theory (Prentice Hall Information and System Sciences Series)” Book Review: This book shows the mathematical theory supporting different linear adaptive filters with finite-duration impulse response (FIR) and the elements of supervised neural networks. It shows uptodate developments in the field. It presents more explanation on frequency-domain adaptive filters,tracking time-varying systems and neural networks. It provides material on RLS algorithms,describes linkages to Kalman filter theory to gain a more unified treatment of the standard, square-root and order-recursive forms.Computer experiments using MATLAB software that show the prime theory and applications of the LMS and RLS algorithms.

8. “AC and DC Network Theory (Physics and Its Applications)” by A J Pointon and Howarth

“AC and DC Network Theory (Physics and Its Applications)” Book Review: This book presents the major processes of treating electrical networks, whether they are carrying direct (de) or alternating (ac) electrical currents. It is written in a student friendly manner. There are exercises that students can practice to check how much they know about the subject.The units used in the book are the units recognized by the International System (or SI). The different quantities that are shown in the book such as current and potential and resistance-are summarized in Appendix A plu the symbols used to represent them.

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9. “RF CMOS Power Amplifiers: Theory, Design and Implementation (The Springer International Series in Engineering and Computer Science)” by Mona M Hella and Mohammed Ismail

“RF CMOS Power Amplifiers: Theory, Design and Implementation (The Springer International Series in Engineering and Computer Science)” Book Review: This book centres on the design processes and the testing issues of CMOS RF power amplifiers.It describes the RF CMOS power amplifier design for emerging wireless standards. The CMOS power amplifier design principles and theory are well explained. The book explains the architectures and tradeoffs in designing linear and nonlinear power amplifiers. There are also elaborate design examples of RF CMOS power amplifiers for short distance wireless applications (e, g., Bluetooth, WLAN) including designs for multi-standard platforms. It is perfect for RF IC design engineers, RD and R&D managers in industry and graduate students conducting research in wireless semiconductor IC design in general and with CMOS technology in particular.

10. “Design of Interconnection Networks for Programmable Logic” by Guy Lemieux and David Lewis

“Design of Interconnection Networks for Programmable Logic” Book Review: This book centres on the 90% which is the programmable routing. The way the programmable wires are connected and the circuit design of the programmable switches themselves are well described.New techniques of investigating and measuring interconnect structures, new programmable switch basic circuits are all explained in the book. A section of the book shows a survey of interconnection structures and circuits as they exist today.

People who are searching for Free downloads of books and free pdf copies of these books – “Circuit Theory and Networks” by Bagchi Surajit, “Circuit and Network Theory – GATE, PSUS and ES Examination” by Karna Satish K, “Problems And Solutions In Electric Circuits And Networks (With Essential Theory)” by Jaireth, “Electrical Circuit Theory and Technology” by John Bird, “Circuit Theory: Continuous and Discrete – Time Systems, Elements of Network Synthesis” by Kuriakose, “Theory and Synthesis of Linear Passive Time-Invariant Networks” by Dante C Youla, “Adaptive Filter Theory (Prentice Hall Information and System Sciences Series)” by S S Haykin, “AC and DC Network Theory (Physics and Its Applications)” by A J Pointon and Howarth, “RF CMOS Power Amplifiers: Theory, Design and Implementation (The Springer International Series in Engineering and Computer Science)” by Mona M Hella and Mohammed Ismail, “Design of Interconnection Networks for Programmable Logic” by Guy Lemieux and David Lewis – we would like to mention that we don’t have free downloadable pdf copies of these good books and one should look for free pdf copies from these Authors only if they have explicitly made it free to download and read them.

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