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# Course Details

This course serves as the foundation for the theory that is required for the understanding of all electronic circuits. Previous knowledge of electronics is not required. The concepts of the basic quantities of voltage, current, resistance, energy and power are developed. The student will study the relationships between these quantities and apply this knowledge to the analysis of series, parallel and series-parallel DC and AC circuits. Introductions to resistors, capacitors, inductors, and transformers will prepare the student for future studies in electronics. Ohm's Law, frequency, resonance, impedance, and phase shift are additional concepts covered. The characteristics of various AC waveforms are discussed and measured. The concepts and calculations of reactive values are emphasized. The student will study the response to AC of various circuit configurations and apply this knowledge to the analysis of RC, RL, and RLC circuits. Various practical applications of circuit configurations are explored. At all times, theory is reinforced with hands-on practice.

## Prerequisite(s)

Recommended MATH 11

4.0

# Learning Outcomes

Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:

• Theory
• Discuss the basic quantities that apply to electronic circuits.
• Apply Ohm's law, the power formulae and several other laws in order to analyze series, parallel and series-parallel DC circuits.
• Analyze resistor-capacitor (RC) and resistor-inductor (RL) DC circuits.
• Discuss the various types and characteristics of AC waveforms.
• Discuss the basic quantities that apply to electronic circuits with AC waveforms applied.
• Construct simple circuits to verify the basic AC theories.
• Use an oscilloscope to measure voltages, period and phase of various waveforms.
• Determine the reactive values of inductors and capacitors.
• Apply laws and formulas to resistive AC circuits.
• Analyze RC circuits response with AC applied.
• Analyze RL circuits with AC applied.
• Analyze series RLC circuits.
• Discuss circuit resonance characteristics.
• Discuss filter applications using RC, RL and RLC circuits.
• Measure the frequency response of reactive circuits.
• Calculate relative values in decibels.
• Practice
• Read schematics and build electronic circuits.
• Carry out measurements of voltage, current and resistance.
• Interpret component labelling and recognize schematic symbols.

Effective as of Spring/Summer 2009

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