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# ee205syllabus - EE 205 Instructor Benn Coifman Lecture...

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EE 205 Circuit Analysis Spring 2008 1 Instructor : Benn Coifman [email protected] Lecture: MWF 12:30-1:30, Journalism 300 Office Hours: MF 1:30-2:30, W 11:30-12:15 Caldwell 211 or by appointment Teaching Assistant : TBA [email protected] Discussion: time and location-TBA Office Hours: time and location-TBA Course web page : http://www.ece.osu.edu/~coifman/ee205sp07 Course e-mail list: TBA HKN Tutor room: Caldwell 267, http://www.ece.osu.edu/HKN/tutor.html Text : Analysis and Design of Linear Circuits, 5th ed , Thomas and Rosa, Wiley (NOT Laplace Early) (Most certainly definitely not Laplace Early) (don't get Laplace Early) Reference Text: John O'Malley, Schaum's Outline Series- Basic Circuit Analysis , ISBN 0070478244. Tentative Schedule : Date Topic Readings M 3/24 Introduction 1.3 W 3/26 Element and Connection Constraints 2.1-2.3 F 3/28 Equivalent Circuits 2.4 M 3/31 Voltage and Current Dividers 2.5 W 4/2 Circuit Reduction 2.6 F 4/4 Node Voltage Method 3.1 M 4/7 Mesh Current Method 3.2 W 4/9 Linearity Properties 3.3 F 4/11 Thevenin’s and Norton’s Theorems 3.4 M 4/14 Nonlinear Circuit Elements-A first look at a diode 3.4 W 4/16 Maximum Signal Transfer-A design Objective 3.5-3.6 F 4/18 Exam I (tentative, date will be finalized at least one week prior to exam) M 4/21 Dependent Sources-The transistor 4.1-4.3 W 4/23 Amplification-A first look at an Op Amp 4.4 F 4/25 Op Amp Circuits 4.5 M 4/28 Time Varying Signals-Sinusoids, step functions, etc. 5.1-5.4 W 4/30 More on Time Varying Signals 5.5-5.7 F 5/2 Energy Storage Circuit Elements-Capacitors and Inductors 6.1-6.4 M 5/5 Differential Equations-Forced and natural solutions 7.1-7.2 W 5/7 Difficulty Solving Differential Equations with Information Signals 7.4 F 5/9 Phasors for Sinusoids (compare to section 7.4) 8.1 M 5/12 Circuit Analysis with Phasors 8.2 W 5/14 Circuit Analysis with Phasors 8.3 F 5/16 Frequency Response TBA M 5/19 Exam II (tentative, date will be finalized at least one week prior to exam) W 5/21 Frequency Response TBA F 5/23 Frequency Response Descriptions 12.1 M 5/26 Memorial Day -no class W 5/28 First Order Frequency Response 12.2 F 5/30 catch-up and/or review M 6/2 Final exam, 11:30 am -1:18 pm (verify with registrar)

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EE 205 Circuit Analysis Spring 2008 2 Grading : Exam I 25% Exam II 25% Final Exam 35% Homework/Quizzes 15% Exams: This course includes three exams: two midterms and one final. All exams are closed book, however, subject to further guidelines by the instructor, students will typically be permitted one double sided, hand written sheet of notes (no photocopies or computer printouts). The exams will emphasize CONCEPTS presented in class, but may include some CONCEPTS that were only covered in reading or homework assignments. The emphasis of the exams will be integrating and applying concepts rather than simply repeating material covered earlier.
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