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ECE 201 Lecture 22 Second-order circuits: LC undamped case
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Exam 2 Exam 2 review session material has been uploaded! Exam 2 3/09 (Tue) Time: 6:30-7:30 pm Room: TBA Review Session: 3/08 (Mon), 7:00pm-9:00pm, EE129 No class on 3/10 (Wed) or 3/12(Fri): TBA
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Exam 2 The topics to be covered (Lec13 - Lec22): Thevenin's and Norton's equivalent networks Maximum power transfer Inductance and inductors Capacitance and capacitors L/C combinations First-order circuits: zero-input First-order circuits: step response Linearity/ Response classification (Mon) Waveform generation/Instabilities (Wed) Second-order circuits: undamped case only (Fri)
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2 nd Order Circuits Circuits typically containing two energy storing elements (LC, CC, LL) State of the circuit is characterized by v C and i L Continuity Response is the solution of 2 nd order differential equations Zero input response Zero state response Start from the simplest one: source free LC circuits
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