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253-0-preliminaries - 110-120V 50-60Hz Electrical...

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EECE 253: Intro Slide 0.1 EECE 253 Instructor : Shuo Tang –email: [email protected] Textbook : Fundamentals of Electric Circuits, 3rd ed. by Charles K. Alexander and Matthew N.O. Sadiku. McGraw-Hill Calculator : HP 50g recommended Prerequisite: EECE 251 EECE 253: Intro Slide 0.2 More Practical Info Lectures and tutorials: – Lecture notes will be available on the webpage before class – Mandatory attendance Course Webpage: http://courses.ece.ubc.ca/253/ User name: students Password: circuit
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EECE 253: Intro Slide 0.3 More Practical Info Grading scheme: Assignments 10% Midterm1 20% Midterm2 20% Final 50% – No make-up exams. Doctor’s note required for any missed exam due to illness. – Homework assignments are mandatory. No late homework will be accepted. EECE 253: Intro Slide 0.4 Why study AC circuits? • Applications of AC circuits are everywhere: Power engineering Telecommunications Biomedical engineering Integrated circuit design
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EECE 253: Intro Slide 0.5 Power Engineering Household sockets: AC power
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Unformatted text preview: 110-120V 50-60Hz Electrical appliances use AC power Power generation, transmission, and distribution Transformers step up or down voltage EECE 253: Intro Slide 0.6 Telecommunications Voi ce Moving pictures Transmit and receive time varying analog signals. EECE 253: Intro Slide 0.7 Biomedical Engineering EEG is the measurement of electrical activity produced by the brain. EEG signals Probe and stimulate biological signals. EECE 253: Intro Slide 0.8 Cortical Testbed and Mixed-signal SoC • Cortical testbed: To restore higher cognitive functions that are lost as a result of damage (stroke, head trauma) or degenerative disease (Alzheimer’s disease). • Mixed signal system on a chip replacement of CA3 region EECE 253: Intro Slide 0.9 Integrated Circuit Design Design and characterize DC and AC responses. EECE 253: Intro Slide 0.10 Reading Assignment In Text Book: • Appendix B: complex numbers • Appendix C.2: Trigonometric Identities...
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