The University of Texas at Arlington
Department of Electrical Engineering
EE 3446 Dr. H.T. Russell, Jr.
Circuits 11 Fall 2013
November 18, 2013
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(Due: December 6, 2013)
Important Reminder: The BB 3446 Final Exam (FE) will be given on Monday December 9, 2
The University of Texas at Arlington
Department of Electrical Engineering
EE 3446
Circuit Analysis II
Dr. H.T. Russell, Jr.
Fall 2013
November 15, 2013
MID-TERM EXAMINATION No. 2
(Open-book, one hour, three problems)
INSTRUCTIONS: Write your last name and
Time-domain response
of a 1st-order RL network
Howard T. Russell, Jr.
July 18, 2011
vR(t)
iL(t)
R 27
5Vsin(t)
Eg(t)
L
680H
(f = 6KHz)
iL(0)
Figure 1
RL network with sinusoidal input
Descriptive equation for t 0+:
L
d iL ( t )
dt
E g = 5V
+ RiL ( t ) = E g
System response characteristics
of a 2nd-order RLC network
Howard T. Russell, Jr.
August 3, 2011
R
L
2K
100H
iL(t)
C
Eg(t) = Egu(t)
vC(t)
6.25pF
(Eg = 10V)
Figure 1
RLC network with zero initial conditions
Descriptive network and system equation for t 0+:
Natural time-domain response
of a 2nd-order RLC network
Howard T. Russell, Jr.
July 27, 2008
3.3H
L
C
iL(0+) = 1.65mA
R
330pF
vC(0+) = 5V
vC(t)
Figure 1
RLC network with initial conditions
Descriptive equation for t 0+:
LC
d2
d
vC t + RC vC t + vC t = 0
d
Mesh and Nodal Matrix Equations
of Linear Resistive Networks
Lab Experiment No. 5
I. Introduction
Matrix analysis methods are very powerful tools for calculating the branch voltages and currents of a linear network.
The purpose of this experiment is to ap
Lab Experiment No. 9
Amplifier Networks
I. Introduction
The purpose of this lab session is to gain familiarity with several well-known amplifier circuits built with standard
operational amplifiers. The theory and derivations associated with each of the ci
Time-Domain Characteristics
of 2nd Order Linear Networks
Lab Experiment No. 3
I. Introduction
This lab experiment in an extension of the experiments performed on first-order RC and RL networks in Lab 1. The experiments introduced in this lab exercise are
Lab Experiment No. 2
Relaxation Oscillator
I. Introduction
This lab experiment involves the analysis and design of a class of waveform generators that produce signals for timing
and control applications. These circuits are free-running oscillators called
Time-Domain Characteristics
of 1st Order Linear Networks
Lab Experiment No. 1
I. Introduction
The purpose of this lab is to investigate the behavior and characteristics of linear networks in the time-domain. The
networks used here are simple first-order R
Complete time-domain response
of a 2nd-order RLC network
Howard T. Russell, Jr.
July 29, 2011
R
L
2K
10H
iL(t)
Eg(t) = Egu(t)
C
vC(t)
(Eg = 2V)
Figure 1
RLC network with initial conditions
Descriptive equation for t 0+:
LC
d2
d t2
vC ( t ) + RC
d
vC ( t )
Lab Experiment No. 6
FM Transmitter Design
I. Introduction
The object of this lab experiment is to gain familiarity with the design cycle of analog circuits. The network used in
this project is a simple RF transmitter that must oscillate with a frequency
EE-3310
LCD Interface Tutorial
This tutorial deals with interfacing a PIC24FJ64GB002 with HD44780 LCD panel.
Two basic tasks that can be performed by using this setup are: (1) Write into the LCD panel and (2) Read
from the LCD panel. For the present PIC24
Tabie 10-1: Properties of the Laplace transform.
Property
f0)
1. Multiplication by constant K f (I)
2. Linearity
3. Time scaling
4. Time shift
5. Frequency shift
6. Time lst derivative
7. Time 2nd derivative
8. Time integral
9. Frequency derivative
10. Fr
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Student Name
BSEE Degree Plan (2011 2013)
Pre-Professional Program
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UTA ID Number
Professional Program
MATH 1426
Calc I
MATH 2425
Calc II
(with Lab)
MATH 2326
Calc III
EE 2403
Electronics I
(w/ Lab)
EE 3446
Ckts II
(w/ Lab)
EE 3318
Discrete
Signals & S
Almost all active RC filter designs consist of various combinations
of second-order stages known as biquadratic or biquad active circuits
[9-12]. These circuits are used as basic building blocks in the
realization of high-order filters. The response funct
EE 3446-001
Circuit Analysis II
Fall 2014
Dr. Howard T. Russell, Jr.
Office: Nedderman Hall 526
(817) 272-3154
hrussell@uta.edu
Catalog Course Description:
EE 3446 CIRCUIT ANALYSIS II (3-3) Analysis and design of filters, oscillators, feedback configurati
PROPERTIES OF GENERAL
TWO-PORT NETWORKS
Howard T. Russell, Jr.
April 17, 1998
The twoport networks discussed here are assumed to contain
physically realizable RLCM components, dependent controlled
sources, and no independent voltage or current sources.
Fu
Response Characteristics
of Linear Networks .
1/ w v MW e, w
Howard T. Russell, J12, PhD
OPAL Engineering, Inc.
June 12, 1998
The frequency and time-domain characteristics of linear networks are
determined from responses to known excitations. Network ex
An/ Algorithm for the Fast Generation of the
Nodal-Analysis Matrix Equation of a Linear
Network
Howard T. Russell, Jr., PhD
OPAL Engineering, Inc.
June 28, 1995
Nodevoltage equations can be quite effective in the analysis
and design of linear circuits.
Design second- and third-order Sallen-Key
filters with one op amp
Christopher Paul, Motorola - January 31, 2011
RP Sallen and EL Key of the Massachusetts Institute of Technologys Lincoln Laboratory in
1955 introduced the Sallen-Key analog filter topology.
The University of Texas at Arlington
Department of Electrical Engineering
EB 3446 Dr. H.T. Russell, Jr.
Circuit Analysis II Fall 2012
November 16, 2012
MIDTERM EXAMINATION N0. 2
(Open-book, one hour, three problems)
INSTRUCTIONS: . Write your last name an
The University of Texas at Arlington
Department of Electrical Engineering
EE 3446 Dr. H.T. Russell, Jr.
Circuit Analysis II ' Spring 2012
April 16, 2012
MID-TERM EXAMINATION No. 2
(Openbook, one hour, three problems)
INSTRUCTIONS: Write your last name and