EEL 3123
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EEL 3123

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Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering University of Central Florida Course outline: EEL 3123.02 Networks and Systems Title and Course Number: Networks and Systems, 4 (3,1 ), EEL 3123 Instructor: Ravi M. Todi Scheduled Time: 7:30 am to 8:20 am, M W F Office Hours: 8:30am to 9:30 am, M W F Contact info: rtodi@mail.ucf.edu. Room ENGR 427 Office: ENGR 442 Tel. 407-823-4476 Course Description: Laplace...

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of Department Electrical and Computer Engineering University of Central Florida Course outline: EEL 3123.02 Networks and Systems Title and Course Number: Networks and Systems, 4 (3,1 ), EEL 3123 Instructor: Ravi M. Todi Scheduled Time: 7:30 am to 8:20 am, M W F Office Hours: 8:30am to 9:30 am, M W F Contact info: rtodi@mail.ucf.edu. Room ENGR 427 Office: ENGR 442 Tel. 407-823-4476 Course Description: Laplace Transforms, Network functions, Frequency domain analysis using Fourier series and transforms, Sampling theory, Z transforms and two port networks Pre-requisite: EEL 3004, Electrical Networks Goal: Use Laplace transform for Circuit Analysis. To continue the Frequency Domain Analysis using Fourier Series and Transforms for circuit analysis. To introduce concepts in sampling theory, two port networks and Z-transforms. Textbook 1: Electric Circuits, 6th Edition (revised printing), by J. W. Nilsson and S. A. Riedel. Prentice Hall. Textbook 2: TBD Supplementary materials and handouts will be given as and when required. Ethics, Social, Economics, and Safety Ethics: Inspire professional concepts into the course Social impact due to possible failure Economics: Use of less expensive components to achieve the same intended goal Safety: Laboratory lectures address safety and economic parameters of design Topics: 1. Introduction to Laplace Transforms 2. Laplace Transform in Circuit Analysis 3. Transfer functions 4. Filters 5. Bode Plots 6. Matrix Network and Solutions 7. Two Port Networks 8. Sampling Theory 9. Discrete and Continuous systems 10. z- Transforms 11. Fourier Series and Transforms Course Grading: Homework 3 Mid-terms Laboratory Final 05% 50% 20% 25% Notify Instructor prior to exam if there are any conflicts. No make up exams. Grading Scale: A 90 - 100 B 80-79 C 70 - 79 D 60 - 69 F 0 - 59 Disclaimer: There shall be no unprofessional conduct during class or exam periods. Unprofessional conducts will be dealt very severely. I reserve the right to curve on the grading scale based on the class performance. Homework: Homework will typically be given once a week and due a week after it is assigned, unless stated otherwise. Late homework will be given a 10% penalty per day with a maximum of 5 days. After 5 days the homework will not be accepted. Problems concerning homework should be directed to the instructor immediately. Projects: Matlab or Mathcad and PSPICE oriented projects will be assigned for the homework and laboratory work Laboratory Experiments: Following experiments conducted in the laboratory are listed below: 1. D. C. Measurements 2. A. C. Measurements 3. Mesh and Node equations 4. First order Circuits 5. Second order Circuits 6. Sinusoidal steady state 7. Series and parallel resonance 8. Transfer functions 9. Frequency response 10. Design project ABET category contents as estimated: Engineering Science: 3 credits (75%) Engineering Design: 1 credit (25%)

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