||This is a laboratory course that covers various experiments that illustrate the concepts learned in Circuit Analysis I and II.
|| This course is a corequisite for ECE 1202.
- Apply the fundamental concepts of current, voltage, and power.
- Apply the functional operation of simple circuit elements and DC circuit elements.
- Apply basic laws and standard techniques in the analysis of DC circuits.
- Demonstrate proficiency in the basic operation of the DC power supply, digital multimeter (DMM), digitizing oscilloscope, and waveform generator.
- Carry out PSpice simulations (DC bias point and transient analyses) of circuits containing resistances, capacitances and inductances and independent/dependent sources.
- Analyze circuits containing mutually coupled coils, linear transformers, or ideal transformers and analyze circuits using these parameters.
- Apply s-domain techniques (Laplace transform) to analyze the behavior of linear circuits.
- Derive the frequency response (magnitude response and phase response) of simple resistance inductance, resistance capacitance and resistance inductance capacitance circuits.
- Analyze and design simple passive filters. h. Derive the y, z, h, and t parameters for a two-port network.
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