- Study of Independent and Dependent Sources
- Kirchhoff Law
- Mesh analysis with independent sources
- Mesh Analysis with Dependent Sources - Method
- Mesh Analysis with Dependent Sources - Problem 1
- Mesh Analysis with Dependent Sources - Problem 2
- Mesh Analysis with Dependent Sources - Problem 3
- Mesh Analysis with Dependent Sources - Problem 4
- Mesh Analysis with Dependent Sources - Problem 5
- Mesh Analysis with Dependent Sources - Problem 6
- Mesh Analysis with Dependent Sources - Problem 7
- Problem No.1 based on Mesh Analysis
- Problem No.2 based on Mesh Analysis
- Problem No.3 based on Mesh Analysis
- Problem No.4 based on Mesh Analysis
- Problem No.5 based on Mesh Analysis
- Supermesh Analysis with Independent Sources
- Supermesh Analysis with Dependent Sources - Problem 1
- Supermesh Analysis with Dependent Sources - Problem 2
- Supermesh Analysis with Dependent Sources - Problem 3
- Node Analysis with Independent Sources - Problem 1
- Node Analysis with Independent Sources - Problem 2
- Node Analysis with Independent Sources - Problem 3
- Node Analysis with Dependent Sources - Concept
- Node Analysis with Dependent Sources - Problem 1
- Node Analysis with Dependent Sources - Problem 2
- Node Analysis with Dependent Sources - Problem 3
- Node Analysis with Dependent Sources - Problem 4
- Node Analysis with Dependent Sources - Problem 5
- Node Analysis with Dependent Sources - Problem 6
- Node Analysis with Dependent Sources - Problem 7
- Super Node Analysis with Independent Sources - Problem 1
- Super Node Analysis with Independent Sources - Problem 2
- Super Node Analysis with Independent Sources - Problem 3
- Superposition Theorem with Independent Sources
- Superposition Theorem with Dependent Sources - Methodology
- Superposition Theorem with Dependent Sources - Problem 1
- Superposition Theorem with Dependent Sources - Problem 2
- Superposition Theorem with Dependent Sources - Problem 3
- Superposition Theorem with Dependent Sources - Problem 4
- Superposition Theorem with Dependent Sources - Problem 5
- Superposition Theorem with Dependent Sources - Problem 6
- Superposition Theorem with Dependent Sources - Problem 7
- Problem No.1 based on Superposition
- Problem No.2 based on Superposition
- Problem No.3 based on Superposition
- Problem No.4 based on Superposition
- Problem No.5 based on Superposition
- Thevenin's, Norton's and Maximum Power Transfer Theorem with Independent Source
- Problem No.1 based on Thevenin's Theorem
- Problem No.2 based on Thevenin's Theorem
- Problem No.3 based on Thevenin's Theorem
- Problem No.1 based on Norton's Theorem
- Problem No.2 based on Norton's Theorem
- Maximum Power Theorem - Problem 1
- Thevenin's and Norton's Theorem with Dependent Sources Problem 1
- Thevenin's and Norton's Theorem with Dependent Sources Problem 2
- Thevenin's and Norton's Theorem with Dependent Sources Problem 3
- Thevenin's and Norton's Theorem with Dependent Sources Problem 4
- Thevenin's and Norton's Theorem with Dependent Sources Problem 5
- Thevenin's and Norton's Theorem with Dependent Sources Problem 6
- Thevenin's and Norton's Theorem with Dependent Sources Problem 7
- Maximum Power Transfer Theorem With Dependent Sources (Problem 01)
- Source Transformation with Dependent Source (Problem 01 )
- Source Transformation with Dependent Source (Problem 02 )
- Source Shifting For Current ( Source )
- Source Shifting For Voltage Source
- Millman's Theorem
- Millman's Theorem ( Problem 01 )
- Millman's Theorem ( Problem 02 )
- Reciprocity Theorem with Problem
- Tellegen's Theorem with problem

- Problem No.1 based on Mutual Inductance
- Problem No.2 based on Mutual Inductance
- Problem No.3 based on Mutual Inductance
- Problem No.1 based on Dot Convection
- Problem No.2 based on Dot Convection
- Problem No.3 based on Dot Convection
- Problem No.4 based on Dot Convection
- Problem No.5 based on Dot Convection
- Problem No.6 based on Dot Convection
- Problem No.7 based on Dot Convection

- Basic Concepts of Initial Conditions of Inductor and Capacitor
- Transient Analysis - Time Domain Analysis - Problem 1
- Transient Analysis - Time Domain Analysis - Problem 2
- Transient Analysis - Time Domain Analysis - Problem 3
- Transient Analysis - Time Domain Analysis - Problem 4
- Transient Analysis - Time Domain Analysis - Problem 5
- Transient Analysis - Time Domain Analysis - Problem 6
- Transient Analysis - Time Domain Analysis - Problem 7
- Transient Analysis - Time Domain Analysis - Problem 8
- Transient Analysis - Time Domain Analysis - Problem 9
- Transient Analysis - Time Domain Analysis - Problem 10
- Analysis of Series R - L Circuit and its Concept
- Analysis of Series R - L Circuit (External Excitation)
- Analysis of Series RL Circuit - Problem 1
- Analysis of Series RL Circuit - Problem 2
- Analysis of Series RL Circuit - Problem 3
- Analysis of Series RL Circuit - Problem 4
- Analysis of Series RL Circuit - Problem 5
- Analysis of Series RL Circuit - Problem 6
- Analysis Of R-L Circuit Problem 7 (External Excitation)
- Analysis Of RL Circuit Problem 8 (External Excitation)
- Analysis Of R-L Circuit Problem 9 (External Excitation)
- Analysis Of R-L Circuit Problem 10 (External Excitation)
- Analysis of series RC Circuit & it's Concept
- Analysis of RC Circuit - Problem 1
- Analysis of RC Circuit - Problem 2
- Analysis of RC Circuit - Problem 3
- Analysis of RC Circuit - Problem 4
- Analysis of RC Circuit - Problem 5
- Analysis of R-C Circuit - Problem 6 (External Excitation)
- Analysis of R-C Circuit - Problem 7 (External Excitation)
- Analysis of Series RLC Circuit - Concept
- Analysis of Series RLC Circuit - Problem 1
- Analysis of Series RLC Circuit - Problem 2
- Analysis of Series RLC Circuit - Problem 3
- Analysis of Series RLC Circuit - Problem 4
- Solution of Homogeneous and Non-Homogeneous Linear Differential Equations (Part-1)
- Solution of Homogeneous and Non-Homogeneous Linear Differential Equations (Part-2)
- Type 1 (Combination of Resistance and Inductors)
- Type 2 (Combination of Resistance and Capacitor)
- Type 3 (Combination of Resistance, Inductor and Capacitor)
- Type 4 (Combination of Resistance and Inductor in Steady State)
- Type 5 (Combination of Resistance and Capacitor in Steady State)
- Type 6 (Combination of Resistance, Inductor and Capacitor in Steady State)
- Type 7 (Combination of Resistance and Capacitor-Inductor in Steady State)
- Type 8 (Combination of Resistance and Capacitor-Inductor in Steady State)
- Type 9 (Combination of Resistance and Capacitor-Inductor in Steady State)
- Type 10 (Combination of Resistance and Capacitor-Inductor in Steady State)
- Type 11 (Combination of Resistance and Capacitor-Inductor in Steady State)
- Type 12 (Combination of Resistance and Capacitor-Inductor in Steady State)
- Type 13 (Combination of Resistance and Capacitor-Inductor in Steady State)
- Type 14 (Combination of Resistance and Capacitor-Inductor in Steady State)
- Type 15 (Combination of Resistance and Capacitor-Inductor in Steady State)
- Type 16 (Combination of Resistance and Capacitor-Inductor in Steady State)
- Type 17 (Combination of Resistance and Capacitor-Inductor in Steady State)
- Type 18 (Combination of Resistance and Capacitor-Inductor in Steady State)
- Type 19 (Combination of Resistance and Capacitor-Inductor in Steady State)
- Type 20 (Combination of Resistance and Capacitor-Inductor in Steady State)
- Type 21 (Combination of Resistance and Capacitor-Inductor in Steady State)
- Type 22 (Combination of Resistance and Capacitor-Inductor in Steady State)
- Type 23 (Combination of Resistance and Capacitor-Inductor in Steady State)
- Type 24 (Combination of Resistance and Capacitor-Inductor in Steady State)

- Laplace Transform Definition and Formulae
- Analysis of R L Circuit using Laplace's Transform
- Analysis of R C Circuit using Laplace's Transform
- Laplace Transform Problem 1 R L C Series
- Laplace Transform Problem - 2 ( DC Source )
- Laplace Transform Problem - 3 ( Dependent Voltage Source & Supermesh )
- Laplace Transform Problem - 4 ( Exponentially Decaying Source)
- Laplace Transform Problem - 5 ( Using KCL for V (t) )
- Laplace Transform Problem - 6 ( Input as Delayed Ramp S/G )
- Laplace Transform Problem - 7 ( I/P as Delayed Unit Step S/G )
- Laplace Transform Problem - 8 ( Complex Roots & I/P sinusoidal )
- Laplace transform problem 09 complex roots and ip sinusoidal
- Laplace Transform Problem no.10 ( Complex & Real Simple Roots )
- Laplace Transform Problem no.11 ( Two Loops )
- Laplace Transform Problem no.12 ( R-L-C Series )
- Laplace Transform Problem no.13 ( Initial Current through (L) Inductor )
- Laplace Transform (Any Delayed time function)
- Laplace Transform (Shifted Unit Step Signal)
- Laplace Transform (Ramp & Impulse Function)
- Laplace Transform (Initial & Final Value Theorem)

- Type 1 (Combination of Resistor and Inductor)
- Type 2 (Resistor, Inductor and Ramp Signal)
- Type 3 (Resistor, Inductor and Delta Function)
- Type 4 (Resistor, Inductor and Sign Function)
- Type 5 ( Resistor, Capacitor and Ramp)
- Type 6 (Resistor, Capacitor and Delta Function)
- Type 7 ( Resistor, Inductor and Capacitor)

- Introduction to Z Parameters with Problem
- Problem No.1 based on Z - Parameter
- Problem No.2 based on Z - Parameter
- Introduction to Y Parameters with Problem
- Problem based on Y - Parameter
- Transmission Parameters (ABCD Parameters) With Problem
- Problem No.1 based on ABCD or Transmission Parameter
- Problem No.2 based on ABCD or Transmission Parameter
- Problem based on Cascade Parameter
- Inverse Hybrid Parameters
- Inverse Transmission Parameters
- Hybrid Parameters
- Problem based on Hybrid or H - Parameter
- Condition for Reciprocity and Symmetry for Z - parameters
- Condition for Symmetry and Reciprocity for Y - parameters
- Condition for Symmetry and Reciprocity for ABCD - parameters
- Condition for Reciprocity and Symmetry for A'B'C'D' Parameters
- Condition for Symmetry and Reciprocity for h - parameters
- Summary of Reciprocity and Symmetry Condition For All Parameters
- Types Of Any Two, 2-Port Network Interconnection
- Interrelationships Between Parameters
- Standard T and p Network
- T and p Network Problem - 1
- Interconnection of Two -Port network Problem 1
- Interconnection of Two -Port network Problem 2
- Interconnection of Two -Port network Problem 3
- Problem based on Parallel Parameter
- Two Port Network Parameters by KVL and KCL Problem 1
- Two Port Network Parameters by KVL and KCL Problem - 2
- Two Port Network Parameters by KVL and KCL Problem - 3

- Introduction to Network Functions
- Transform Impedance and Circuits For Resistor , Inductor and Capacitor
- Driving Point Function and Transfer Function Problem 1
- Driving Point Function and Transfer Function Problem 2
- Driving Point Function and Transfer Function Problem 3
- Driving Point Function and Transfer Function Problem 4
- Problem No.1 based on Driving Point Impedance
- Problem No.2 based on Driving Point Impedance
- Analysis of Ladder Networks
- Analysis of Ladder Networks : Problem No 1
- Analysis of Ladder Networks : Problem No 2
- Analysis of Ladder Networks : Problem No 3
- Problem No.1 based on Analysis of Ladder Network
- Problem No.2 based on Analysis of Ladder Network
- Analysis of Non Ladder Network
- Problem based on Analysis of Non-Ladder Network
- Poles and Zeroes of Network Functions
- Poles & Zeroes of Network Functions Problem - 1
- Poles & Zeroes of Network Functions Problem - 2
- Poles & Zeroes of Network Functions Problem - 3
- Problem based on Poles & Zeros
- Restriction On Poles and Zeroes For Driving Point Function
- Time Domain Behaviour From Pole Zero Plot
- Graphical Method For Determination of Residue Problem - 1
- Graphical Method For Determination of Residue Problem - 2
- Graphical Method For Determination of Residue Problem - 3

- Problem based 1 on Hurwitz Polynomial
- Problem based 2 on Hurwitz Polynomial
- Problem based 3 on Hurwitz Polynomial
- Problem based 4 on Hurwitz Polynomial
- Problem 1 based on Positive Real Function
- Problem 2 based on Positive Real Function
- Problem based on L.C. Function ( Foster 1 )
- Problem based on L.C. Function ( Foster 2 )
- Problem based on L.C. Function ( Cauer 1 )
- Problem based on L.C. Function (Cauer 2 )
- Problem based on R.C. Function ( Foster 1 )
- Problem based on R.C. Function ( Foster 2 )
- Problem based on R.C. Function ( Cauer 1 )
- Problem based on R.C. Function (Cauer 2 )
- Problem based on R.L. Function ( Foster 1 )
- Problem based on R.L. Function ( Foster 2 )
- Problem based on R.L. Function ( Cauer 1 )
- Problem based on R.L. Function (Cauer 2 )

Professor Mandar Gupte has nine years of teaching experience and is currently pursuing Masters in Engineering with a specialization in the branch of Electronics and Telecommunications Engineering. Primary subjects of his teaching are Electromagnetic wave theory/Engineering Electromagnetic, Antenna and Wave Propagation, Microwave Engineering, B.E.E. and Electrical Network, whereas secondary subjects are Engineering Mathematics and Engineering Mechanics. Currently, he is working for the role of training teachers on coding curriculum at White Hat Jr. His passion to teach and make students understand the concept thoroughly without mugging it up makes him an exception.

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