Electrical Fundamental Theories


Basic electrical engineering principles provide the foundation for understanding and analyzing electrical systems. These principles are derived from fundamental concepts in physics and mathematics. In the field of consumer electronics, various theories are commonly applied to design and develop electronic devices. In this overview, we will delve into some of these theories that find widespread use in applied electrical engineering for consumer electronics. By studying these theories, engineers gain insights into the behavior of electrical components, circuit analysis techniques, and the principles behind the operation of electronic systems. 


Scalar vs. Vector Value 

Positive vs. Negative Feedback 

System Response & Stability 

Dot Product vs Cross Product 

Transformer Dot Convention  

Maxwell Equation Teardown 

Proximity Effect 

Skin Effect 

Fourier Transform vs. Lapace Transform 

Linear Time Invariant System 

Linearity vs. Flatness 

Lorentz force 

Lenz's Law 


Negative Resistance 


I/V Curve 

Regulated vs Unregulated Output 

Common Mode vs Differential Mode Signals 

Transmission Line Effect 

Transformer vs. Coupled Inductor 

FIR vs IIR Digital Filter  

Linear and Nonlinear Spaces 

Vector Space Signal Processing