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Course No: ETEC.2160-001; SIS Class Nbr: 12345; SIS Term: 2730
Course Status: Open
Advanced Circuits is a continuation of passive circuit analysis, where the student is introduced into the frequency domain. LaPlace techniques are used to analyze electric circuits using sources and elements similar to those in earlier circuit analysis courses. The concept of boundary conditions is introduced along with initial value and final value theorems. There is a brief review of mathematical concepts such as logarithm, exponential functions and partial fraction expansion to aid the student for newer analysis techniques. The S plane is introduced as a graphical technique to plot the poles and zeros of a function and acquire an insight into the time domain. The dualities of electrical elements in other engineering fields (mechanical, fluids and thermal) are introduced and analyzed using LaPlace techniques. Bode plots are used as another tool to gain insight into the time domain. The cascade interconnect is introduced along with the concept of transfer functions and the impulse response. Filter circuits are again analyzed but this time in the frequency domain using the concepts of LaPlace and Bode.
Prerequisites, Notes & Instructor
- Special Notes:
- Section Notes: P: ETEC.2150;
- Credits: 3; Contact Hours: 3
- Instructor: Gary Howe/Glenn Sundberg
UMass Lowell Bookstore
When Offered & Tuition
- T , 6:30 PM-9:20 PM
- Spring 2018: Jan 22 to May 11
- Course Level: Undergraduate
- Tuition: $1020
- Note: There is a $30 per semester, nonrefundable registration fee for credit courses.
Related Programs: A.S. in Electronic Engineering Technology, B.S. in Electronic Engineering Technology, Introduction to Electronic Engineering Technology Certificate
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