Department of Engineering

ELE 216

Circuits I: Steady-State Analysis

Course Description: An examination of fundamental circuit laws and theorems, network analysis, physical properties and modeling of resistors, inductors, and capacitors, review of engineering standards applicable to circuits and components. Sinusoidal steady-state operation: phasors, and impedance. Frequency domain analysis, transfer functions, poles and zeros, frequency response, and basic filtering. The course also covers the operation of meters, oscilloscopes, power supplies, and signal generators.

Curriculum: Required for electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, and the EE minor
Prerequisites: MAT 153, PHY 123
Instructors: Mariusz Jankowski, James Smith, Carlos Lück
Delivery: Lecture 3 hrs., Lab 2 hrs.
Frequency: Fall
Credits: 4