Topics covered include Laplace transforms, Z transforms, Fourier transforms, Bode plots, Sampling theory, Convolution, Feedback, Filters, Stability, Modulation, and many more (20 chapters in all). The book also contains a helpful appendix on topics such as complex numbers, partial fraction expansion, basic circuit theory, and power series. A complete table of contents and a few sample pages are also available.
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