ENGR 305 - Electronics/Circuit Anlys I

ENGR 305 - Electronics/Circuit Anlys I

4.00 Cr
behavior of electrical circuits. Review of current, voltage, and passive circuit elements (resistors, capacitors, and inductors). Kirchhoff's Laws, network theorems, and basic network analysis. General characteristics of amplifiers and electronic instrumentation. Introduction to operational amplifiers and active elements (transistors). Laplace transform analysis of transient (switching) response, and complex phasor analysis of sinusoidal steady-state response. Three hours lecture and one two-hour laboratory per week, in which students build and test circuits and learn how to use typical circuit simulation software (PSPICE).
Term: 
2021FA
Method: 
LEC
LAB
Faculty: 
Szpilka, Anthony