Network Analysis (EEET 321)
Course builds on DC and AC theory. Covers derivative and integral relations for capacitive and inductive components; transient and steady state solutions with differential equations; initial and final conditions; first and second order circuits characterized by responses. Laplace Tranforms as a tool for solving linear networks and determining stability of control systems. Use of transfer functions to describe input/output relations. Review of Bode Plots and the introduction of Fourier Analysis. Written and/or oral reports required. Pre-Requisites: EEET 124 with a grade of C- or better and MATH 226 with a grade of C- or better. Typically Offered Spring Only
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