IEEE Transactions on Circuit Theory volume CT-10 Number 3 - September, 1963.
Professional Technical Group on CIrcuit Theory; pp 323-466 inclusive, double-column text, illus,
Condition: Good to very good overall, stapled wraps, green & yellow covers, 8.5x11 size, covers rubbed, spine creases and some wear at ends, some pages thumbed. Binding is tight, pages clean and unmarked; prev owner's rubberstamp on front cover.
Keywords: IEEE Transactions on Circuit Theory, 1960s network theory, solid-state electronics
Categories: 1960's computers and computing, Electronic and Electrical Engineering
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Item DescriptionThe Role of Network Theory in Solid-State Electronics -- Accomplishments and Future Challenges A new aspect of negative-resistance-diode Bistable Circuits -- Oscillatory type and Flip-Flop Type; Analysis of a class of self-biased multimode oscillators; Bridge Networks incorporating active elements and application to Network Synthesis; Biquadratic impedances realizable bya generalization of the five-element minimum-resistance bridges;
The design of artihmetically symmetrical bandpass filters; Broad-band matching of two partially constrained networks; A resistance network with quasi-infinite boundaries; Functional analysis applied to nonlinear feedback systems; Synthesis of optimal filters for a feedback quantization system; Statistical properties of the integral of a binary random process; Generalized frequency response concepts for time-varying, discrete-time linear systems; much more.