Organized into three parts, this volume begins with an overview of the fundamental theory of twoports and explains the mechanisms of matrix and determinant operations with applications to the study of twoport networks, both active and passive. This text then explains the concept of impedance transformation and image matching in the different matrix domains. This book presents as well the analysis and synthesis of active networks. The final part deals with the mathematical model concepts of transistors and vacuum tubes that are freely applied to a wide range of problems with an emphasis on practical applications such as conventional amplifiers, single-, and multi-stage transistor feedback amplifiers and oscillators.
This book is a valuable resource for electronics engineers as well as for students with some grounding in mathematics and network theory.