EE 2415. CIRCUIT ANALYSIS I. 4 Hours.
Basic circuit concepts of resistor, inductor, and capacitor (RLC) components. Kirchhoff's laws, resistive network analysis, power calculations, loop and node equations, topology, basic network theorems. Dependent sources and operational amplifiers. Computer-assisted solution of circuit problems. Elementary transient time-domain analysis. Introduction to frequency domain analysis and Bode plots. Steady state A-C phasor analysis, including element laws and phasor diagrams. Problems and experimental demonstrations will be covered during recitation and laboratory sessions. Prerequisite: Grade C or better in EE 1106 and MATH 2425. Co-requisite: MATH 3319 and PHYS 1444.