Mathematical Foundations of Electrical Engineering
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18202 Mathematical Foundations of Electrical Engineering
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18202 Mathematical Foundations of Electrical Engineering
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Mathematical Foundations of Electrical Engineering
ECE 18202

Spring 2012
Carnegie Mellon University
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
18202 Mathematical Foundations of Electrical Engineering
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Mathematical Foundations of Electrical Engineering
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18202 Mathematical Foundations of Electrical Engineering
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Mathematical Foundations of Electrical Engineering
ECE 18202

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Carnegie Mellon University
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
18202 Mathematical Foundations of Electrical Engineering
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Mathematical Foundations of Electrical Engineering
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Spring 2012
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Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
18202 Mathematical Foundations of Electrical Engineering
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Mathematical Foundations of Electrical Engineering
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Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
18202 Mathematical Foundations of Electrical Engineering
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Mathematical Foundations of Electrical Engineering
ECE 18202

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Carnegie Mellon University
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
18202 Mathematical Foundations of Electrical Engineering
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Mathematical Foundations of Electrical Engineering
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18202 Mathematical Foundations of Electrical Engineering
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Mathematical Foundations of Electrical Engineering
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18202 Mathematical Foundations of Electrical Engineering
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18202 Mathematical Foundations of Signal Processing
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18202 Mathematical Foundations of Electrical Engineering
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_ Reading: Chapter 1 in Semiconductor Devices and Technology
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_ Reading: Chapter 2 in Semiconductor Devices and Technology Chapter 3 in Circuit Analysis and Applications, sections 13.
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_ Reading: Chapter 3 in Circuit Analysis and Applications.
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_ Reading: Circuit Analysis and Applications, Chapter 4; Chapter 5 to pg. 63.
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_ Reading: Circuit Analysis and Applications, Chapter 5 to pg. 73.
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_ Reading: Circuit Analysis and Applications, Chapter 5 to end; Chapter 6.
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_ Reading: Circuit Analysis and Applications, Chapter 7
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_ Reading: Circuit Analysis and Applications, Chapter 8
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18220 Introduction to Electrical Engineering
D.W. Greve [email protected] REH 231 http:/www.ece.cmu.edu/~dwg
Additional staff*
Prof. J. Hoburg (recitations) Jung Yeon Kim (grader) Yunchuan Kong (la
Active devices
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Why sinusoids?
The method of calculation is considerably simplified. Whereas before we had to deal with periodic functions of an independent variable time, now we obtain a solution through the simple
Modulation and demodulation
transmission media
coaxial line twisted pair optical fiber free space (EM wave)
usually more than one stream of information
channel = region of the transmitted frequency sp
Chapter 4
First Order Ordinary Differential and
Difference Equations
4.1
Introduction
This Chapter introduces linear rst order ordinary differential and difference equations
with constant coefcients.