EE70: Introduction to Electronic Circuits

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Introduction to the physical basis and mathematical models of electrical components and circuits. Topics include circuit theorems, constant and sinusoidal inputs, natural and forced response of linear circuits. Introduction to circuit/network design, maximum power transfer, and analog filters. Topics in elementary electronics: diode and transistor devices, linear models, amplifiers, feedback. Nonlinear elements and devices also introduced. Prerequisite(s): Physics 5C/N or 6C/N, and Mathematics 24 or Applied Mathematics and Statistics 27. Students must enroll concurrently in course 70L. H. Schmidt, P. Mantey, K. Pedrotti, A. Shakouri, W. Liu, J. Kubby

5 Credits

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1999-00
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Course changing to 101 pending approval:

Introduction to the physical basis and mathematical models of electrical components and circuits. Topics include circuit theorems (Thevenin and Norton Equivalents, Superposition), constant and sinusoidal inputs, natural and forced response of linear circuits. Introduction to circuit/network design, maximum power transfer, and analog filters. Topics in elementary electronics including amplifiers and feedback. Prerequisite(s): Physics 5C/N or 6C/N and Mathematics 24 with AMS 27L or AMS 20 or 20A. Students must enroll concurrently enroll in course 101L. J. Kubby, W. Liu

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