CSEB301: Circuits Fundamentals
|Description:||Basic RLC electrical circuits; Resistors, inductors, capacitors; AC and DC analysis; Power; PN junction and NMOS and PMOS transistor operations; Laboratory experiments introducing basic instruments (power supply, multi-meters, oscilloscopes, function generators) and circuit simulation. (Prerequisite: PHY1052)|
|Text Book: ||Robert T. Paynter and Toby Boydell, ``Electronics Technology Fundamentals?, Prentice Hall|
|Coordinator: ||Mohammad Hayajneh|
|Topics Outline: |
- Ohms Law
- Series, parallel, and series-parallel circuits characteristics and measurements.
- Concepts and techniques of DC circuit analysis.
- AC measurements (e.g. magnitude, phase, and instantaneous values)
- Basic AC principles and circuits (inductance, capacitance, and reactance)
- PN-Junctions, pMOS and nMOS transistors
- Analyze the operation of series circuits that are connected in parallel and parallel circuits that are connected in series.
- Solve different electric circuits for any current, voltage or power value using superposition, Thevenin and Norton theorems.
- Determine the impedance, voltage, and current values for any series-parallel RLC circuit.
- Analyze circuits that include PN-junction diodes, nMOS transistors, and pMOS transistors.
- Use simulation tool and real hardware for different AC/DC circuits.
- Develop teamwork skills.
|Mapping of Topics Outline to Outcomes |
|Pre-requisite||PHY105: General Physics 1|
|Co-requisite ||CSEB331: Circuits Lab|