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Course Synopsis

Basically this introductory circuit course can be divided into two parts. 

Part 1, consisting of chapter 1 through 4, is devoted to DC circuits. It covers fundamental law and theorems, circuit analytical techniques, passive and active elements. 

Part 2, consisting of chapter 5 through 7, deals with AC circuits. It introduces phasors, sinusoidal steady state analysis, using previous analytical techniques under sinusoidal steady state excitation, RLC circuits, AC power calculations and power factor and rms values.

The aims of this course is to introduce students to the basic knowledge in the digital electronics. The lectures and laboratories cover the following topics: Numbering System, Algebraic Switching, Boolean Function, ComBinational Logic and Sequential Logic Circuit.

 

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