Arizona State University

EEE 202 Circuits

Spring 2017 Semester

Class Hours: T,Th 4:30pm-5:45pm
Office Hours: T,Th 10:30-4:15, GWC 352, 965-3712,


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Roadmap





Exam Dates
Grading Policy
Textbook
Material From Text
Logistics: Getting Course Materials
References
Special Problems
Prior Exams
MATLAB M-Files
Relevant Web Sites
Additional Notes and Handouts


EEE202 Roadmap: Topics, Terminology, Assignment/Exam Schedule, and General Information

The purpose of the following roadmap is to provide you with a detailed list of topics and terms (terminology, jargon) which you should use to guide you in your studying. You are responsible for learning all terms. The roadmap lets you know what topics we will cover and the general order in which we will cover them. Topics listed below may be rearranged as the semester progresses - depending on class needs. Finally, the roadmap provides you with an assignment/exam schedule and general course information.



Topics, Concepts, and Terminology

Introduction to Laplace Transforms, Complex Impedance, Passive Circuit Elements, Input, Output, Single-Input Single-Output (SISO) Systems

Derivative Theorem, Initial Conditions, Transfer Function, Differential Equations

Poles: Real, Complex, Imaginary, Repeated, Natural Modes

Elementary Functions and Transform Pairs, Region of Convergence

Partial Fraction Expansions, Inverse Transforms, Complex Arithmetic, Eulers Formulae

Computation of Important Coefficients,

Structure due to Linearity, Zero Input Response (Natural Response), Zero IC Response

Laplace Transform Properties, Convolution

Impulse Response, Step Response, Response to a Sinusoid

Stability

Steady State Analysis, Method of the Transfer Function, DC Gain

Zeros

Frequency Response, Magnitude Response, Phase Response, Bode Plots

Phasors

Introduction to Fourier Series

Multiple-Input Multiple-Output (MIMO) Systems, State Variables, Descriptor Representations, State Space Representations

Transfer Function Matrix, Transmission Zeros

Power, Average Power

Thevenin-Norton Equivalent Circuits, Maximum Power Transfer

Mutual Inductance, Tranformers

Op-amp Circuits





HOMEWORK DUE DATES: ALL HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENTS ARE DUE ON FRIDAY.


HOMEWORK #1

EEE302 Exam #1 Spring 1997, Problems 1-5
Problem 000010: Representation of Complex Numbers
Problem 015000: Capacitor Driven By A Current Source
Problem 015010: Response of an RC Circuit with IC's via Laplace


HOMEWORK #2

Problem 005000: Solutions to Problems 15.1-15.6 from Irwin's Text
Problem 005001: Solutions to Problems 15.12-15.16 from Irwin's Text
Problem 005002: Solution to Problems 15.24-15.26, from Irwin's Basic Engineering Circuit Analysis Text
Problem 005003: Solution to Problems 15.33-15.34 from Irwin's Basic Engineering Circuit Analysis Text
Problem 005004: Solution to Problems 15.40-15.43 from Irwin's Basic Engineering Circuit Analysis Text
Problem 005010: Region of Convergence
Problem 015020: Impulse Response of a First Order System: Thin Pulse Approximation
Problem 015030: Impulse, Step, and Frequency Response of a Single Stage Common Emitter Audio Amplifier
Problem 015040: Steady State Analysis, Laplace, Differential Equations
Problem 015050: Impulse and Step Response of an Overdamped RLC Circuit
Problem 015055: Impulse Response of an Critically Damped RLC Circuit
Problem 015060: Impulse Response of an Under Damped RLC Circuit




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TENTATIVE DATES FOR EXAMS

ALL EXAMS ARE TO BE REDONE AT HOME BY EACH STUDENT. THE REDONE EXAMS WILL BE COLLECTED THE FOLLOWING CLASS. ALL REDONE EXAMS SHOULD REPRESENT THE EFFORT OF THE INDIVIDUAL STUDENT. REDONE EXAMS WILL BE REGARDED AS THE TAKEHOME PORTION OF THE IN CLASS EXAM. PLEASE TAKE THE REDOING SERIOUSLY.


RESOURCES PERMITTED DURING EXAMS

All exams are closed books and closed notes.
EXAM POLICY: All students must take all exams! ABSOLUTELY NO MAKEUPS!

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GRADING

Exams 55%
Final 35%
HW 10%

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TEXTBOOK



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FUNDAMENTAL MATERIAL FROM TEXT

The following are examples, problems, figures, and reading material from the text which you must master by the end of the semester. Please start as soon as possible. The following list will be updated as the semester progresses.



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MAIN REFERENCE AND SOURCE OF LEARNING

Problems from previous in class exams, takehome exams, and final exams. You will have solutions to most of these. I will assign homework problems from these. Please do not just copy my solutions. Please attempt to understand the main points in the solutions. My solutions, as you will see, are long. They are long because I attempt to make them very complete and self-contained. Most of your learning should come from working out these exam problems.


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LOGISTICS: GETTING COURSE MATERIAL

Material will be periodically placed at the Noble Library Copy Center. Please call the Noble Library before making a special trip to pick up course material.

The Noble Library Copy Center Phone Number is 965-7497.

Material which is copyrighted will be left at the Noble Library reserve desk for you to xerox yourselves.

Efforts are being made to make all material available over the web and on CD ROM.


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REFERENCES



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SPECIAL PROBLEMS

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EXAMS FROM PREVIOUS YEARS

After each test the test questions and answers will be posted here.

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MATLAB M-Files



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RELEVANT WEB SITES

Demonstrations in Signals, Systems and Control (Johns Hopkins University)


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ADDITIONAL NOTES AND HANDOUTS



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Many exams, problems, and notes on this page can be read using Adobe's Acrobat Reader. A free copy of this program can be downloaded from Adobe for your computer (e.g. Windows 3.1, 95, NT, Mac, Unix).

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A FINAL NOTE

I hope that this ROADMAP is helpful. Any feedback would be greatly appreciated. I hope that you all have a great semester. I will do my best to help you...please help me by asking questions.

Thank you folks.

AAR



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