Dec 09, 2022  
2013-14 Undergraduate Academic Catalog 
    
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EE 3002B - Signals and Circuits II

4 lecture hours 0 lab hours 4 credits
The transient responses of electric circuits are emphasized in this bridge course. Initially a variety of waveforms, including step, ramp, sinusoid, switched, exponential, and impulse functions, are expressed analytically. The voltage-current responses of resistances, inductors, and capacitors to these waveforms are determined. Time domain differential equations and Laplace transforms are emphasized as circuit analysis techniques to determine the transient responses of circuits. An examination of second order transfer functions, Bode plots, and pole-zero diagrams concludes the course. Note: This course is intended for transfer students and should be taken only upon approval of an EE program advisor. (prereq: EE 3001B , MA 235  or MA 3502 )



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