EE2301 Basic Electronic Circuits
Problem Set 4 Hints
Q2
b) Find v1 using voltage divider rule given that the 16 and 24 resistors are in series because I1 = 0.
Next, v2 can be found as a consequence of the property that there is no voltage difference betwe
EE2301 Basic Electronic Circuits
Problem Set 2 Hints
Problem Set 2 Hint Sheet
Please note this document is a hint sheet. The information contained herein is meant to guide
you up to the main equations required to solve a given circuit. If you are able to
Block C Unit 1 outline
1) Components
Capacitors (C) [Section 6.2,6.3]
Inductors (L) [Section 6.4,6.5]
C & L vs. R Storage vs. Dissipation [Section 6.1]
2) Concepts
Sinusoids [Section 9.1,9.2]
Phasors (complex numbers) [Section 9.3,9.4]
Impedance & A
Course Outline
Block A is your introduction and gateway into electrical
engineering. It focuses on the most basic concepts of
electrical engineering.
Block A Direct Current (DC)
Block B Operational Amplifier
Block C Alternating Current (AC)
Block D Semico
Block B Operational Amplifiers
Why do we learn operational amplifiers?
If an output of a sensor was 1mV, which is the smallest your DMM
could measure.
You need to amplify the voltage for it to be detectable by the DMM.
Through the amplifier, the signal
Block A Unit 3 outline
One port network
> Thevenin equivalent circuit
> Norton equivalent circuit
> Source transformation
Dependent sources
> Dependent voltage source
> Dependent current source
Alexander & Sadiku, Fundamentals of Electric Circuits5th Ed
Block A Unit 2 outline
It is important to apply the 3 basic laws in
circuit theory to analyze and design circuits
This unit is organized into the following 3
sections
>Nodal voltage analysis (application of KCL and
Ohms law)
>Mesh current analysis (appl
EE2301 In-Class Assessment 2
Student ID:_ Student Name:_
Total: 10 Marks
Jan. 18, 2016
Figure 1
For the circuit shown in Figure 1, given the current directions at node 1 and node 2,
1. Circle
EE2301 Basic Electronic Circuit
Block A: Unit 1
The 3 Basic Laws in Circuits and Resistive Networks
G. Rizzoni Ch 2, Ch 3.1
Summary to Block A
Block A is your introduction and gateway into electrical
engineering. It focuses on the most basic concepts that
EE2301 Basic Electronic Circuits
Problem Set 4 (Block B)
Review on Operational Amplifiers
Q1 [Modified from Rizzoni Problem 8.4]
With reference to the Figure P8.4 that shows an ideal op amp model,
I1
I2
Figure P8.4
a) What approximations are made about th
EE2301 Basic Electronic Circuits
Problem Set 5 Hints
Problem Set 5 Hint Sheet
Q3
Apply Ohms law: V = IR
Only magnitude is affected in a resistor since V and I are in phase in a resistor.
Q4
Impedance Z describes the relationship between current and voltag
EE2301: Basic Electronic Circuits
Phasor Techniques
Part 1: Analysis with single source
Q1
Alexander P9.46
If is = 5 cos(10t + 40o) A in the circuit of Fig. 9.53, find io
Fig 9.53
Q2
Alexander P9.48
For the circuit shown in Fig 9.55, given that vs(t) = 20
CA1 ver 2
Name:
Total: 20 Marks
EE2301 Basic Electronic Circuit Quiz 1
Time allowed: 90 minutes
Seat No:
Student ID:
Q1
[6 marks]
(i) With reference to the circuit in Figure 1a,
(a) Draw on the diagram how you would place an ammeter and voltmeter to measu
CB1 ver 1
Name:
Total: 20 Marks
EE2301 Basic Electronic Circuit Quiz 1
Time allowed: 75 minutes
Seat No:
Student ID:
Q1
[6 marks]
(i) With reference to the circuit in Figure 1a,
(a) Draw on the diagram how you would place an ammeter and voltmeter to measu
CB1 ver 2
Name:
Total: 20 Marks
EE2301 Basic Electronic Circuit Quiz 1
Time allowed: 75 minutes
Seat No:
Student ID:
Q1
[6 marks]
(i) With reference to the circuit in Figure 1a,
(a) Draw on the diagram how you would place an ammeter and voltmeter to measu
CA1 ver 1
Name:
Total: 20 Marks
EE2301 Basic Electronic Circuit Quiz 1
Time allowed: 90 minutes
Seat No:
Student ID:
Q1
[6 marks]
(i) With reference to the circuit in Figure 1a,
(a) Draw on the diagram how you would place an ammeter and voltmeter to measu
EE2301 Basic Electronic Circuits
Problem Set 1 Hints
Problem Set 1 Hint Sheet
Please note this document is a hint sheet. The information contained herein is meant to guide
you up to the main equations required to solve a given circuit. If you are able to
Problem Set 3 Hint Sheet
Q1
No current is going through 1 resistor voltage across open terminals = voltage across 4
resistor
5 and 4 in series (voltage divider rule)
Q2
4 now in series with 2A current source
Voltage across 4 is 8V (which is side is pos
Block C - Unit 2 Outline
MOSFET operation
> Construction of the MOSFET
> Basic working principle of the MOSFET
> Operating modes of the MOSFET
MOSFET amplifiers (In this course, the focus
will be on their use in amplifier circuits)
> Biasing the MOSFET
Instantaneous and Average Power (1)
The instantaneously power, p(t)
p (t ) v(t )i (t ) Vm I m cos(w t v ) cos(wt i )
1
1
Vm I m cos( v i ) Vm I m cos(2wt v i )
2
2
Constant power
Sinusoidal power at 2wt
p(t) > 0: power is absorbed by the circuit; p(t) <