EEE 202Circuits I
Spring 2013
Time and place: Lecture: 10:30 am-11:45 am TTh, LL 2. Lab section time varies
depending on what you registered for (starts 1/14). Labs in GWC 273.
Final Exam: Comprehensive and closed book, closed notes (formula sheet provide
Review GuideHour Exam #2EEE 202B. Skromme (rev. 4/13)
1. The energy stored in a capacitor is directly proportional to the voltage across it.
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2. Give the formulas for adding capacitors in parallel, capacitors in series, inductors in parallel,
and induc
EEE 202 HW #2Spring 2013B. Skromme
Due Thursday, 1/24 at 10:30 am (no late work accepted)
2.X: A 100 W incandescent light bulb is connected in series with a 60 W incandescent
light bulb. Which one will glow brighter? Explain your reasoning clearly and car
EEE 202 HW #1Spring 2013-Skromme
Due Thursday, 1/17 at 10:30 am (no late work accepted)
Problems 1.14, 1.17, 1.25, 1.31, and 1.39 from the book, and:
Simplify the following expressions. Your answer should be expressed using an
appropriate metric prefix to
System Responses
Dr. Holbert
March 24, 2008
Lect16
EEE 202
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Introduction
Today, we explore in greater depth the
three cases for second-order systems
Real and unequal poles
Real and equal poles
Complex conjugate pair
This material is ripe with new te
AC Circuit Analysis
Techniques
Dr. Holbert
April 7, 2008
Lect18
EEE 202
1
Introduction
Today, we continue to perform AC
analyses using phasors and impedances
We utilize all our circuit analysis tools to
accomplish this
KCL, KVL, Ohms Law
Voltage and c
Active Filters
Dr. Holbert
April 23, 2008
Lect23
EEE 202
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Active Filters
To achieve a gain > 1, we need to utilize
an op-amp based circuit to form an active
filter
We can design all the common filter types
using op-amp based active filters
Recall for
Passive Filters
Dr. Holbert
April 21, 2008
Lect22
EEE 202
1
Introduction
We shall explore networks used to filter
signals, for example, in audio applications
Today: passive filters: RLC components only,
but gain < 1
Next time: active filters: op-amps w
Bode Plots
Dr. Holbert
April 16, 2008
Lect21
EEE 202
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Sinusoidal Frequency Analysis
The transfer function is composed of both
magnitude and phase information as a function
of frequency
H ( j ) = H ( j ) e
j ( )
where |H(j)| is the magnitude and () is th
Spectrum Representations;
Frequency Response
Dr. Holbert
April 14, 2008
Lect20
EEE 202
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Variable-Frequency Response
Analysis
As an extension of AC analysis, we now vary the
frequency and observe the circuit behavior
Graphical display of frequency depen
HW #7EEE 202Spring 2013B. Skromme
100 pts. total (20 pts. ea.)
NOTE: All currents in this
problem should be in mA,
not A!
NOTE: All currents in this
problem should be in mA,
not A! Also, the time
constant should be (1/3) ms,
NOT 1/3 s, so the answer
shoul
Answers to Review GuideHour Exam #1EEE 202Summer 2009B. Skromme
1. How you do determine if a circuit element is absorbing or supplying power to/from a circuit?
Define the current & voltage to satisfy the passive sign convention (i.e., current positive whe
Review Guide for Final ExamEEE 202B. Skromme
1. Review previous hour exams, review guides for hour exams, and homework papers
(especially those since the second hour exam).
2. Calculate the Laplace transforms of various time-domain functions directly from
Review GuideHour Exam #1EEE 202B. Skromme
1. How you do determine if a circuit element is absorbing or supplying power to/from a circuit?
2. Give a precise statement of Thvenins theorem (as studied to date), including all
qualifications about when it appl
Selected Answers to Review Guide for Final ExamEEE 202B. Skromme
1. Review previous hour exams, review guides for hour exams, and homework papers
(especially those since the second hour exam).
2. Calculate the Laplace transforms of various time-domain fun
Answers to Review Guide & Sample Hour Exam #2EEE 202B. Skromme (Rev. 3/13)
1. The energy stored in a capacitor is directly proportional to the voltage across it.
False. W = (1/2) CV2, it is proportional to the square of the voltage.
2. Give the formulas f
Answers to Review GuideHour Exam #1EEE 202Summer 2009B. Skromme
1. How you do determine if a circuit element is absorbing or supplying power to/from a circuit?
Define the current & voltage to satisfy the passive sign convention (i.e., current positive whe
AC Power
Dr. Holbert
April 9, 2008
Lect19
EEE 202
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Instantaneous Power: p(t)
For AC circuits, the voltage and current are
v(t) = VM cos(t+v)
i(t) = IM cos(t+i)
The instantaneous power is simply their product
p(t) = v(t) i(t) = VM IM cos(t+v) cos(t+i)
= V
Differential Equation
Solutions of Transient
Circuits
Dr. Holbert
March 3, 2008
Lect12
EEE 202
1
1st Order Circuits
Any circuit with a single energy storage
element, an arbitrary number of sources,
and an arbitrary number of resistors is a
circuit of ord
Laplace Transformations
Dr. Holbert February 25, 2008
Lect10
EEE 202
1
Sinusoids
Period: T = 2/ = 1/f
Time necessary to go through one cycle
Frequency: f = 1/T
Cycles per second (Hertz, Hz)
Angular frequency: = 2 f
Radians per second
Amplitude: A
Introduction to PSpice
Lab 1
1
Let us start: What is SPICE?
SPICE stands for Simulation Package
with Integrated Circuit Emphasis
SPICE is as close to a universally
available package for doing numerical
network analysis as one can find
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Getting PSpice