
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, multimeters, oscilloscopes, function generators) and circuit simulation. (Prerequisite: PHY1052) 
Credit Hours.:  3 
Text Book:  Robert T. Paynter and Toby Boydell, ``Electronics Technology Fundamentals?, Prentice Hall 
Coordinator:  Mohammad Hayajneh 
Topics Outline:   Ohms Law
 Series, parallel, and seriesparallel 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)
 PNJunctions, pMOS and nMOS transistors

Outcomes:   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 seriesparallel RLC circuit.
 Analyze circuits that include PNjunction 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  
Prerequisite  PHY105: General Physics 1

Corequisite  CSEB331: Circuits Lab
