ELE-210 - Circuit Theory

3 credits

This course and lab will investigate the traditional electronic circuit theories necessary to understand the operation of modem electronic components, circuits and systems. Information will be presented with an emphasis on signal processing application. Topics will include: KYL,, KCL, Superposition, Thevenin & Norton equivalents, real & imaginary numbers, impedance, magnitude and phase response of circuits, filter types & applications, pulse analysis, transient analysis, steady-state analysis, Fourier Analysis, dB measurement and semiconductor fundamentals. Students will use software to simulate circuits and help solve/verify equations. In the lab students will make use of modem test equipment controlled by LabView software to perform data acquisition and then use MS Excel to tabulate, analyze and graph the data. Students will be required to perform the experiments, maintain a lab notebook and submit formal lab reports.

Prerequisite(s): ESET-141   , ESET-145   , ELE-123, ELE-180, and MAT-125 

Corequisite(s): ELE 210L 

Previously known as: ESET-341