Centers on experiments covering the theoretical material in CEE310. Students will design, implement and analyze basic circuits. Experiments include: Ohm’s law; Kirchhoff’s laws; series and parallel resistors; voltage and current dividers; delta-wye configurations; mesh-current and node-voltage analysis; superposition and Thevenin equivalents; inverting and non-inverting amplifier circuits; series RC and RL circuits.
- Measure and characterize the circuits.
- Design and implement physical circuits through the use of Kirchhoff’s laws and ideal circuit element models.
- Perform transient analysis of circuits.
- Design and implement Thevenin/Norton equivalents of circuits.
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