This book is intended for the undergraduate students of electrical and electronics engineering, electronics and communication engineering, and electronics and instrumentation engineering of various universities and state boards of technical education.
In the entire book the approach in explaining a concept has been to take the reader from known to unknown and from simple to complex. Care has been taken to make the presentation student-friendly by showing step-by-step procedures wherever necessary to hold the reader’s attention throughout the book. The book has been developed on the basis of author’s long experience of teaching technical students as well as training technical professionals. Both the students, and the teachers will find this book useful and interesting to read.
• Exclusive coverage of the syllabus prescribed for the undergraduate students of engineering.
• In-depth presentation of all key topics.
• Sufficient worked-out examples to support and reinforce concepts.
• Pedagogical features such as chapter wise key points to recall concepts and exercises as well as numerical problems with answers for practice.