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ECE1202 – Circuit Analysis II pdf

Credits: 3 (3/0/0)
Description: This course covers sinusoidal steady-state analysis, AC power, magnetically coupled circuits, Laplace transform methods, frequency response, basic filters, two-port networks and computer-aided analysis.
Prerequisites: ECE 1201
Corequisites: ECE 1203
  1. Demonstrate ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering to analyze linear circuits.
  2. Demonstrate ability to apply phasor analysis methods to analyze linear circuits operating under sinusoidal steady-state conditions.
  3. Make power calculations (average power, effective values, apparent power and complex power) on linear circuits operating under sinusoidal steady-state conditions and perform power factor correction.
  4. Analyze circuits containing mutually coupled coils, linear transformers or ideal transformers.
  5. Apply s-domain techniques (Laplace transform) to analyze the behavior of linear circuits.
  6. Derive the frequency response (magnitude response and phase response) of simple resistance-inductance, resistance-capacitance and resistance-inductance-capacitance circuits.
  7. Analyze and design simple passive filters.
  8. Derive the y, z, h and t parameters for a two-port network and analyze circuits using these parameters.
  9. Demonstrate ability to analyze linear circuits using the latest tools, techniques and skills.
  10. Perform PSpice simulations (DC bias point, transient, and AC sweep analysis) of circuits containing resistors, capacitors, inductors and transformers with independent and dependent sources.
MnTC goal areas: (N/A)

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