NOC:Networks and Systems Video Lectures

NOC:Networks and Systems
'NOC:Networks and Systems' Video Lectures by Prof. V.G.K. Murti, C. S. Ramalingam, Dr. Andrew Thangaraj from IIT Madras
"NOC:Networks and Systems" - Video Lectures
1. Functions in circuits - constant and sinusoidal functions
2. Functions in circuits - Exponential function
3. Complex numbers and other topics
4. Systems, Signals, Networks
5. Representation and Classification of Systems
6. Linear systems
7. Time-invariance and causality
8. Signals, Elementary continuous signals
9. Complex frequencies of signals
10. Discontinuous signals - step, ramp
11. Unit impulse or delta function
12. Basic discrete-time signals
13. Examples of Signals
14. Introduction to Systems, Complementary Functions, Initial Conditions
15. Special initial conditions
16. Characterization of a linear system
17. Impulse Response
18. Evaluating the Convolution Integral
19. Worked-out Problems
20. Introduction and Motivation
21. Evaluating Fourier series coefficients
22. Symmetry conditions
23. Symmetry Condition Examples
24. Application to Network Analysis
25. Exponential Fourier Series
26. Frequency Spectrum
27. Examples
28. Signal Power and Related Ideas
29. Convergence of Fourier Series
30. Week 1 Solutions
31. Hints for Assignment 2
32. Hints for Assignment 3
33. Additional Properties of Fourier Series
34. Exercises on Fourier Series
35. Lab Demo
36. From Fourier Series to Fourier Transform
37. Continuous Time Fourier Transform
38. Fourier Transform Examples
39. Examples and Some Properties of Fourier Transform
40. Properties of Fourier Transform (contd.)
41. More Fourier Transform Properties
42. Energy Considerations
43. Energy Considerations II
44. Helpful Relationships for Inverse Fourier Transform
45. Fourier transform of signals that are not absolutely integrable
46. Fourier Transform of Periodic Signals, Unit Step and Signum Function
47. Truncated Sine wave and Convolution properties
48. Integration in Time domain
49. Application of continuous-time Fourier transform to system analysis
50. Comments about transient analysis
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