EEE 202 Circuits I


ASU Catalog Description:
Principles for analyzing linear and nonlinear circuits. Uses SPICE and MATLAB. Design and measurement of linear analog electrical systems. Lecture, lab. Fee. Prerequisite: EEE 101 (or its equivalent). Pre- or corequisites: MAT 274 (or 275); PHY 131, 132.

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Semester Teaching Plan and PowerPoint Presentations
Lecture Lecture Material (Reading Assignments) Other
1 Introduction; Circuit Elements; Ohm's Law; KCL (1-1 to 1-4)  
2 Capacitors; Inductors; Dependent Sources; KVL (1-4 to 1-8)  
3 Voltage and Current Division; Superposition (2-1 to 2-3) Hmwk #1 Due
4 Nodal Analysis (2-4)  
5 Loop (Mesh) Analysis (2-5 to 2-7) Hmwk #2 Due
6 Resistor Combinations; Source Transformation (3-1 to 3-2)  
7 Thévenin's and Norton’s Theorems (3-3 to 3-6) Hmwk #3 Due
8 Operational Amplifiers (4-1 to 4-2)  
9 Op Amp Circuits (4-3 to 4-4) Hmwk #4 Due
R1 Exam #1 Review  
  *** Exam #1 ***  
10 Laplace Transformations (5-1 to 5-3)  
11 Inverse Laplace Transformations (5-4 to 5-5)  
12 Differential Equation Solutions of Transient Circuits (6-1) Hmwk #5 Due
13 Laplace Transform Solutions of Transient Circuits (6-2)  
14 Analysis Methods for Transient Circuits (6-3 to 6-6) Hmwk #6 Due
15 Systems Concepts (7-1 to 7-2)  
16 System Responses (7-3 to 7-5) Hmwk #7 Due
R2 Exam #2 Review  
  *** Exam #2 ***  
17 Phasor Relationships; Impedance (8-1 to 8-2)  
18 AC Circuit Analysis Techniques (8-3)  
19 AC Power (8-4 to 8-6) Hmwk #8 Due
20 Spectrum Representations; Frequency Response (9-1 to 9-3) BodePlt.m
BodePlot.xls
21 Bode Plots (9-4 to 9-5) Hmwk #9 Due
22 Passive Filters (10-1) Filter.m
23 Active Filters (10-2 to 10-3) Hmwk #10 Due
RF Final Exam Review  
  *** Final Exam ***  

Links to Further Understanding

A DC Circuit Tutorial from the Physics Department at the University of Guelph (Canada). This is a really useful piece of work for understanding the basics.

Electrical Examples from a Math Table at British Columbia Institute of Technology


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