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ECE201SylabSP08

# ECE201SylabSP08 - 1 SYLLABUS ECE 201 CIRCUITS AND SYSTEMS I...

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1 SYLLABUS: ECE 201 CIRCUITS AND SYSTEMS I SECTION 001, SPRING, 2008 TIME: M W F 8:00 - 8:50 a.m. ROOM: 1345 Engineering Building PRE-REQ: ((CSE 131 or concurrently) or (CSE 231 or concurrently)) and ((MTH 234 or concurrently) or (MTH 254H or concurrently) or (LBS 119 or concurrently)) INSTRUCTOR: Donnie Reinhard ([email protected]) OFFICE HRS: Scheduled: M W F after class till 10 AM, and Tuesday 9 to 10AM held in room 2220 Engineering Building. (no phone at this room) By appointment: Generally, appointments would be in my office at room C135 Engineering Research Complex. The phone number at C135 ERC and for voice mail is 355-5214 COURSE WEB SITE: The primary web site is via the ANGEL Course Management System. Please point your browser to the following URL: http://angel.msu.edu and log-in with your MSU Net ID and password. COURSE DESCRIPTION: Resistive circuits. Loop and nodal analysis. Network theorems, dependent sources. Capacitor and inductor circuits. Transient analysis. Introduction to computer-aided design. COURSE OBJECTIVES: This course introduces the student to electric and electronic circuit analysis. This is done first with DC circuits. Here analysis theorems are presented and used to predict circuit response. Software is also used to analyze some circuits. Next circuit response versus time is introduced by exploring the transient response of inductor and capacitor circuits. At the completion of this course, each student should be able to do the following: a. Describe the properties of basic circuit elements including controlled sources and op- amps b. Analyze DC circuits c. Analyze first order RL and RC circuits d. Analyze second order RLC circuits e. Calculate the transient response of first order and second order circuits f. Apply network theorems for circuit analysis g. Enter netlists of basic circuits into Spice software and obtain simulation results including time domain plots of the transient analysis on those circuits.

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