In this post, we will see the book Signals And Circuits by S. I. Baskakov.
About the book
The present book is a course on signals and circuits as it is taught in the USSR. This subject figures prominently among the fundamental disciplines essential to the expertise of communication engineers. Keeping pace with overall progress in science and technology and reflecting the current trends in component design and theory, this course combines and sets forth in a systematic way the most important principles in the field of communications.In his work on the text, the author has been guided by the idea that material should be specifically tailored to the teaching practice at college. This approach has governed the selection of material and the degree of detail in its presentation: its pages contain what, as the author believes, the student can fully assimilate during the time allotted. Specific circuit types, their study and comparative analysis-all this belongs to the specialized subjects in communication engineering.This text includes a wide variety of material and a wealth of concepts and techniques which will come the student’s way for the first time. Ample space is devoted to mathematical tools of study. To link theory closer to practice, the chapters contain a great number of examples and problems giving the student deeper insight into the techniques of engineering analysis.
The book was translated from Russian by V. Kuznetsov was published in 1986 by Mir Publishers.
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Part One. Signals 15
Chapter 1 Elements of the General Theory of Signals 15
Chapter 2 Spectral Representations of Signals 42
Chapter 3 Power Spectra of Signals. Principles of Correlation Analysis 78
Chapter 4 Modulated Signals 103
Chapter 5 Band-Limited Signals 133
Chapter 6 An Outline of the Theory of Random Signals 162
Chapter 7 The Correlation Theory of Random Processes 189
Part Two. Circuits 219
Chapter 8 Response of Linear Stationary Systems to Deterministic Signals 219
Chapter 9 Response of Frequency-Selective Systems to Deterministic Signals 259
Chapter 10 Response of Linear Stationary Networks to Random Signals 290
Chapter 11 Signal Transformations in Nonlinear Circuits 313
Chapter 12 Signal Transformations in Linear Parametric Circuits 345
Chapter 13 A Basic Theory of Linear Circuit Synthesis 380
Chapter 14 Active Networks with Feedback. Self-Excited Oscillatory Systems 409
Chapter 15 Discrete Signals. Principles of Digital Filtering 448
Chapter 16 Optimum Linear Signal Filtering 487