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Course No. ECE 09.201.02
Autumn 2006, 1st Quarter - For M.E. Students

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Meeting Times and Place:

 

Day/s

Time

Room

Lectures (Section 2)

Monday & Tuesday

8:00 AM

9:15 AM

Rowan Hall Room 239

Laboratory (Section 2)

Monday

12.15 - 3.00 PM

Rowan Hall Lab 204/206 

Rowan Hall Unix Lab 221

Course Description:

This course is designed to provide the student with the skills required to analyze electrical circuits. It will focus on the understanding of current concepts in element definition and currently accepted concepts in the application of the circuit parameters; voltage, current and power. 

Instructional Objectives:

By the end of this course, the student will be able to:

  • Have a working knowledge of Ohm's Law, Kirchoff's Laws, Thevenin and Norton equivalent circuits and circuit reduction techniques
  • Apply circuit analysis techniques to circuits consisting of passive electrical elements and the operational amplifier.
  • Perform direct current analysis of passive circuits and transient response of circuits with a single energy storage element (capacitor or inductor) solve these equations for simple geometries using analytical techniques
  • Perform circuit simulations with Mentorgraphics
  • Use MATLAB for laboratory and homework assignments as a supplement to direct calculations

Semester Hours: 2

Accommodation Policy: Your academic success is important. If you have a documented disability that may have an impact upon your work in this class, please contact me. Students must provide documentation of their disability to the Academic Success Center in order to receive official University services and accommodations. The Academic Success Center can be reached at 856-256-4234. The Center is located on the 3rd floor of Savitz Hall. The staff is available to answer questions regarding accommodations or assist you in your pursuit of accommodations. We look forward to working with you to meet your learning goals.

Prerequisites: Physics I, Calculus II, Computer Science and Programming

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Texts

Introduction to Electric Circuits, 7th Edition, Richard C. Dorf and James A. Svoboda, ISBN 0-471-73042-4, available for immediate shipment from

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