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Unformatted text preview: ECE 201 Electric Circuits and Systems I Course e-Notes Fall 2009 Copyright 2009 by Gregory M. Wierzba. All rights reserved. Preface Ownership The content of this e-book is the sole property of Gregory M. Wierzba and is copyrighted. You may print a hard copy for your individual use. You may also store the entire content of this e-book on your personal computer. Any other reproduction or distribution, in whole or in part, is strictly prohibited. ECE 201 ECE 201: Electric Circuits and Systems I is a 3-credit course taught at Michigan State University for Electrical and Computer Engineering majors. The catalog description for this course is: Resistive circuits. Loop and nodal analysis. Network theorems, dependent sources. Capacitor and inductor circuits. Transient analysis. Introduction to computer-aided design. The prerequisites for this course are current enrollment or completion of third semester calculus and some familiarity with using a personal computer. The textbook used in this course is : Thomas & Rosa, The Analysis and Design of Linear Circuits , Wiley, 2009 (6th Edition or later) Why e-Notes These e-Notes are the actual lecture notes used in the ECE 201 course which consists of about forty 50-minute lectures. The e-Notes contain much more detail that is usually found in most textbooks. This includes derivations, proofs, unique use of software and a strong emphasis on applications. Using e-Notes allows the instructor to go through many more examples in a 50-minute lecture than is possible by using a black board. The benefit of this approach is that students get more experience in problem solving than their counterparts at other universities. The order and sections covered in the textbook are listed in the Table of Contents. Associated with each chapter are a set of Supplemental Problems and Solutions. These are examples not contained in the textbook. For the most part, the Supplemental Problems are applications of the topics discussed in the e-Notes. Normally there is not enough time in class to go over these examples, so it is suggested that you attempt to do these problems outside of class. The suggested pace is listed in the section Index for Supplemental Problems. Please note that each chapter of the e-Notes is numbered starting with page one. Cover The ECE 201 cover contains a partial schematic from - Supplemental Problem 4.9: Rear-to-Front Fader (Left Stereo Channel) Table of Contents Chapter 1: Introduction 1.1 About This Book 1.2 Symbols and Units Prefixes, Engineering Notation 1.3 Circuit Variables Current, Voltage, Power, Passive Sign Convention, Ground, Conservation of Energy, Conservation of Power Chapter 1: Supplemental Problems and Solutions Chapter 2: Basic Circuit Analysis 2.1 Element Constraints Electrical Network, Circuit, Resistance, Ohms Law, V-I Characteristics, Conductance, Power, Resistor, Color Code, Precision Resistors, Ratings, Open and Short Circuits, Switches, Independent Voltage Sources, Independent Current Sources...
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