EE 211 Section 1
Course Overview

1.
KVL, KCL, Element Equations
(a)
For a circuit with N elements, get 2N equations with 2N unkowns (ik and vk).
2.
Element Equations
(a)
Independent Sources
i.
Voltage Source
ii.
Current Source
(b)
Resistor
(c)
Open Circuit
(d)
Short Circuit
(e)
Switch
(f)
Dependent Sources
i.
VCVS
ii.
VCCS
iii.
CCVS
iv.
CCCS
(g)
Capacitor
(h)
Inductor
3.
Techniques
(a)
Equivalent Circuits
i.
Resistors in parallel and series
ii.
Capacitors in parallel and series
iii.
Inductors in parallel and series
iv.
Source Transformations
v.
Thevenin Equivalent
vi.
Norton Equivalent
(b)
Circuit Reduction
(c)
Voltage and Current Division
(d)
Superposition
(e)
Unit Output
(f)
Node-voltage
(g)
Mesh-current
4.
Power Transfer
5.
Active Circuit Analysis
6.
Op-Amp Analysis
(a)
Node-voltage
(b)
Building Blocks
(c)
Block Diagrams
7.
Input and Output Resistance
8.
Signals
(a)
Impulse
(b)
Step
(c)
Ramp
(d)
Exponential
(e)
Sinusoidal
(f)
Combined
i.
Sum of two exponentials
ii.
Damped sinusoid
iii.
Exponential times ramp
9.
DC Analysis with capacitors and resistors
10.
Differential equations
(a)
Characteristic equation
(b)
Natural (transient) and forced (steady-state) responses
(c)
Zero-input and zero-state responses
11.
First order circuits
(a)
y(t) = (IC - FC) e-t/TC + FC
12.
Second order circuits
(a)
Underdamped, overdamped, critically damped

Bill Rison 1998-12-11