Introduction to Circuits


University at Albany

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    Summer 2024
  • Instructor
    Mustafa Aksoy
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(Formerly I CEN 280.) Review of basic circuits, voltage and current division, and Thevenin and Norton equivalent circuits. Analysis of circuits using the matrix formulation of Kirchhoff's Current and Voltage Laws. Operational Amplifiers. Study of circuits with capacitors and inductors using linear differential equations. Sinusoidal steady state response of basic circuits, phasor circuit analysis, and frequency dependence. Passive filter design and analysis. Laplace Transform and s-domain circuit analysis. This course includes a laboratory. Only one of I CEN 280 and I ECE 202 may be taken for credit. Must be completed with a C or better to register for I ECE 300, I ECE 310, I ECE 371. Prerequisite(s): A PHY 150 or 152 or T PHY 151. Prerequisite(s) or corequisite(s): A MAT 311 and either A MAT 220 or 222. Course fee applies. Consult the Schedule of Classes.
Course Area: Electrical Engineering
Level: Lower Level Undergraduate
Dates: 05-20-2024 - 06-28-2024
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Instructor: Mustafa Aksoy
Local Course ID: 24SU_ALB_IECE202_L001
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