ENGR 202: ELECTRICAL FUNDAMENTALS II
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SYLLABUS ENGR 202 Electrical Fundamentals II Spring 2008
Prof: Albrecht Jander Office: Kelley 3001 Email: [email protected] Text: Fundamentals of Electric Circutis, by Alexander and Sadiku, 3rd edition. Class Schedule: Week of Topic Mar 31 Review
M 4-7 pm
1-when is simulation necessary? Was it useful for this section?
Simulation is always necessary to make sure that everything works correctly before start
building a real circuit or real project. Yes it was usefu
Section 15 Lab Report
In this lab we experimented with the oscilloscope. This was a good amount of
review from ENGR 201. In the first part of the lab we are experimenting to fin
Problem 6.1. Find Vo in the circuit.
Problem 6.2. Find the mesh currents, I1 and I2.
Problem 6.3. Find Vo in the circuit.
Problem 6.4. Find Vo, the voltage across the 2 ohm resistor.
Problem 6.5. Find the currents I1 and I2 and the vol
8.1. Draw the bode plot for the transfer function:
8.2. Draw the bode plot for the transfer function:
8.3. Draw the bode plot for the transfer function:
8.4. Given the transfer function below, find the magnitude bode plot.
8.5. Find H(
HW Assignment #7
Problem 7.1. Find the driving point impedance (input impedance) at the input terminals for the
Problem 7.2. Find the transfer equation H(s) = Vo/Vs.
Problem 7.3. Find the transfer impedance, H(s) = Vo/Is.
Problem 7.4. Fi