Chapter 3
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Circuit Analysis
Dr Curtis Nelson
Chapter 3 Objectives
Be able to recognize resistors connected in series and in
parallel and use the rules for combining them to yield
equivalent resistance.
Know how to design simple voltage-divider an

Engr228
Lab #4 Pre-lab Assignment
DC Attenuator Design and Measurement
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Grade _/10
Introduction
Attenuators are circuits that are commonly used in radio frequency (RF) applications to both reduce
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Chapter 6
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Circuit Analysis
Dr Curtis Nelson
Chapter 6 Objectives
Know and be able to use the equations for voltage,
current, power, and energy in inductors and capacitors;
Know that current must be continuous in an inductor
and voltage must be c

Engr228
Mid-term #1
Review Sheet
This test will be closed book and 60 minutes in length. Resources you may use are your calculator
and a cheat sheet consisting of one side only of an 8 x 11 sheet.
Chapter 1 Circuit Variables
a. Charge, current, and voltag

Engr228
Lab #3 Pre-lab Assignment
Thvenin and Norton Equivalents
Name _
Grade _/10
Notes
Round all of your recorded results to three significant digits (but carry more digits in intermediate
calculations).
1) For R1 = 130 , R2 = 560 , and R3 = 300 in the

FmLL 900?
Engr228 Mid-term Test #1
NAME K E 1 SCORE I30
This is an open book test. Each page is worth 10 points.
1. Find the Thevenin equivalent of the circuit below at the terminals ab with the resistance R
removed.
2. Find the value of R that wil

Chapter 1
Engr228
Circuit Analysis
Dr Curtis Nelson
Chapter 1 Objectives
Understand and be able to use SI units and the standard
prefixes for powers of 10.
Know and be able to use the definitions of voltage and current.
Know and be able to use the defi

Chapter 4
Engr228
Circuit Analysis
Dr Curtis Nelson
Chapter 4 Objectives
Understand and be able to use the node-voltage method to
solve a circuit;
Understand and be able to use the mesh-current method to
solve a circuit;
Be able to determine which tech

Chapter 2
Engr228
Circuit Analysis
Dr Curtis Nelson
Chapter 2 Objectives
Understand the symbols for and the behavior of the following
ideal basic circuit elements:
Independent voltage and current sources
Dependent voltage and current sources
Resistors

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Lab #2 Pre-lab Assignment
Nodal and Mesh Analysis
Name _
Grade _/10
Notes
Round all of your results to three significant digits.
From the circuit at the right, calculate the unknown node voltages and the unknown mesh currents. In
both cases, calcu

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Lab #1 Pre-lab Assignment
Laboratory Introduction, DC Measurements
Name _
Grade _/10
Notes
You are encouraged to complete this pre-lab assignment individually. Bring your pre-lab work
to your lab session and compare your work with that of your par

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Lab #1
Laboratory Introduction, DC Measurements
Name _
Partner _
Grade _/10
Introduction
By now you have had an introduction to the laboratory, including the various components and
instruments that you will use this quarter. This first lab exercis

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Lab #2
Nodal and Mesh Analysis
Name _
Partner _
Grade _/10
Introduction
This lab exercise is designed to further your understanding of the use of the lab equipment, and also to
verify Kirchhoffs theorems through nodal and mesh analysis. You will c

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Lab #3
Thvenin and Norton Equivalents
Name _
Partner(s) _
Grade _/10
Introduction
Solving electrical networks is often made easier by using Thvenin and Norton equivalent circuits to
model an entire network. The Thvenin and Norton equivalents as sh