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ECE1203 – Circuit Analysis Lab pdf

Credits: 1 (0/1/0)
Description: This is a laboratory course that covers various experiments that illustrate the concepts learned in Circuit Analysis I and II.
Prerequisites: (None)
Corequisites: This course is a corequisite for ECE 1202.
  1. Apply the fundamental concepts of current, voltage, and power.
  2. Apply the functional operation of simple circuit elements and DC circuit elements.
  3. Apply basic laws and standard techniques in the analysis of DC circuits.
  4. Demonstrate proficiency in the basic operation of the DC power supply, digital multimeter (DMM), digitizing oscilloscope, and waveform generator.
  5. Carry out PSpice simulations (DC bias point and transient analyses) of circuits containing resistances, capacitances and inductances and independent/dependent sources.
  6. Analyze circuits containing mutually coupled coils, linear transformers, or ideal transformers and analyze circuits using these parameters.
  7. Apply s-domain techniques (Laplace transform) to analyze the behavior of linear circuits.
  8. Derive the frequency response (magnitude response and phase response) of simple resistance inductance, resistance capacitance and resistance inductance capacitance circuits.
  9. Analyze and design simple passive filters. h. Derive the y, z, h, and t parameters for a two-port network.
MnTC goal areas: (N/A)

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