E E 233
Electric circuit theory. Analysis of circuits with sinusoidal signals. Phasors, system functions, and complex frequency. Frequency response. Computer analysis of electrical circuits. Power and energy. Two port network theory. Laboratory in basic electrical engineering topics. Prerequisite: 1.0 in E E 215.
Course structure: 3 lectures per week, 1 lab per week, 1 TA recitation/quiz session per week, homeworks, quizzes, practice exams, two midterms, final exam, extra help in office hours with professor or TAs, Catalyst webpage for posting of course material and discussions.
Course topics: electric circuit analysis in the frequency domain. Phasor and Laplace Transform methods, power calculations, transfer function, low-pass, high-pass, band-pass, and band-reject (passive and active) filters.
Course goals: To learn how to analyze electric circuits in the frequency domain; to calculate power for electric circuits; to recognize and analyze common filters such as low-pass, high-pass, band-pass, and band-reject both for passive and active circuits; to learn how to use laboratory instruments such as the function generator, oscilloscope and multimeter for analyzing real electric circuits that you build in the laboratory; to learn how to use MultiSim; to learn how to write a good lab report on your experiments; to understand and feel comfortable with this material so that you can go on to take the next EE class in this area.
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