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2018-19 Catalog 
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ETEC 3501 - Advanced Circuit Analysis

Introduction to (and application of) integral-differential equations to modeling of circuits and systems.  Use of a simulation software to model systems. Application of Laplace transforms to system differential equations in the time and frequency domains with sinusoidal and complete harmonic signals.  Topics include transfer functions, frequency response, and BODE plots, transients in DC/AC networks, initial conditions, mesh analysis, superposition, the Initial and Final Value Theorems and the Shifting Theorem.  A laboratory component is directed at demonstrating the transient effects of both AC and DC stimulus.

Credits: 3

Prereq: ETEM 1111, and MATH 2200 or MATH 2120, or MATH 2300.
Lecture hours: 2
Lab hours: 3
Course/lab fee: $