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Ee 110 - Circuits and Systems
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San Jos State University Department of Electrical Engineering EE 110 Network Analysis Section 1 Spring 2011 Instructor Office Location Telephone Email Office Hours Class Days Time Classroom Prerequisites M Javad Zoroofchi ENG 255 408 924 3919 Mohammad Zoroofchi sjsu edu MW 11 00 12 00 TR 15 30 16 30 or by an appointment MW 16 30 17 45 ENG 341 EE 98 with a grade of C or better Math 133A EE 101 Course Description This course covers some advanced theory and techniques of circuit analysis Topics include Laplace transformation and its application in circuit analysis impedance functions and network theorems transfer functions poles and zeros frequency response filters two port parameters mutual inductance and transformers Course Goals and Student Learning Objectives For the students to become familiar with some advanced theories and techniques such as Laplace transformation for analyzing electric circuits GE SJSU Studies Learning Outcomes LO if applicable N A Course Content Learning Outcomes Upon successful completion of this course students will be able to LO1 Analyze any RLC and or op amp circuit driven by standard input function such as steps ramps impulses sinusoids or exponentials a LO2 Perform frequency analysis of any RLC and or op amp circuit a LO3 Analyze filter circuits resonance circuits and stability conditions a Lo4 Be proficient in using Laplace Transform to analyze electrical circuits in particular RLC circuits with and without initial conditions a LO5 Characterize and analyze two port networks and transformers and calculate the relevant parameters a The letter in parentheses in the course learning objectives refer to ABET criterion 3 outcomes satisfied by the course It is listed below as a reference 3 a An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics sciences and engineering Required Texts Readings Textbook Fundamental of Electric Circuits 4th Edition by C K Alexander and M Sadiku McGraw Hill 2009 Other Readings 1 Electric Circuit Analysis 3rd Edition by D E Johnson and J R Johnson Prentice Hall 1997 reference only 2 Electric Circuits 4th Edition by J W Nilsson Addison Wesley 1993 reference only Classroom Protocol Students are expected to participate actively in class Students will turn their cell phones off or put them on vibrate mode while in class They will not answer their phones in class Dropping and Adding Students are responsible for understanding the policies and procedures about add drop grade forgiveness etc Refer to the current semester s Catalog Policies section at http info sjsu edu static catalog policies html Add drop deadlines can be found on the current academic calendar web page located at http www sjsu edu academic programs calendars academic calendar The Late Drop Policy is available at http www sjsu edu aars policies latedrops policy Students should be aware of the current deadlines and penalties for dropping classes Information about the latest changes and news is available at the Advising Hub at http www sjsu edu advising Assignments and Grading Policy Homework will be assigned but will not be collected Solutions to homework problems will be provided periodically during the semester Exams There will be two midterm examinations a few quizzes and a final examination All examinations will be closed books and closed notes however a sheet of formulae will be provided Midterm Exam 1 Ch 15 16 W Feb 29 12 Midterm Exam 2 Ch 14 W Apr 11 12 Final Exam comprehensive T May 22 12 14 45 17 00 Grading Two midterm exams 50 Quizzes 15 Final Exam 35 University Policies Academic integrity Your commitment as a student to learning is evidenced by your enrollment at San Jose State University The University s Academic Integrity policy located at http www sjsu edu senate S07 2 htm requires you to be honest in all your academic course work Faculty members are required to report all infractions to the office of Student Conduct and Ethical Development The Student Conduct and Ethical Development website is available at http www sa sjsu edu judicial affairs index html Instances of academic dishonesty will not be tolerated Cheating on exams or plagiarism presenting the work of another as your own or the use of another person s ideas without giving proper credit will result in a failing grade and sanctions by the University For this class all assignments are to be completed by the individual student unless otherwise specified If you would like to include your assignment or any material you have submitted or plan to submit for another class please note that SJSU s Academic Policy S07 2 requires approval of instructors Campus Policy in Compliance with the American Disabilities Act If you need course adaptations or accommodations because of a disability or if you need to make special arrangements in case the building must be evacuated please make an appointment with me as soon as possible or see me during office hours Presidential Directive 97 03 requires that students with disabilities requesting accommodations must register with the Disability Resource Center DRC at http www drc sjsu edu to establish a record of their disability EE 110 Network Analysis Spring 2011 Course Schedule Table 1 Course Schedule Week Date Topics Readings Assignments Deadlines 1 Jan 25 27 Laplace Transformation 2 3 Jan 30Feb 03 Feb 06 10 4 Feb 13 17 5 Feb 20 24 6 7 Feb 27Mar 02 Mar 05 09 Some basic theorems of Laplace transformation Ch 15 Sec 3 the shifted unit step functions the ramp and impulse functions The inverse Laplace transformation Ch 15 Sec 4 partial fraction expansion The initial and final value theorems Ch 15 Sec 5 the convolution integral Application of Laplace transformation Ch 16 Sec 1 2 3 transform impedance and transform circuits Transfer functions poles and stability Ch 16 Sec 4 5 6 8 Mar 12 16 9 Mar 19 23 Transfer functions poles and zeros of the transfer Ch 14 Sec 1 2 functions Bode magnitude and phase plots Ch 14 Sec 3 4 10 Apr 02 06 Series and parallel resonance Ch 14 Sec 5 6 11 Apr 09 13 Passive and active filters Ch 14 Sec 7 8 12 Apr 16 20 Two port networks Frequency response Ch 15 Sec 1 2 Ch 14 Sec 1 2 Ch 19 Sec 1 2 Week Date Topics Readings Assignments Deadlines 13 Apr 23 27 14 15 Apr 30May 04 May 07 11 The open circuit impedance parameters the short circuit admittance parameters The hybrid parameters transmission parameters interconnection of networks Mutual inductance 16 May 14 15 Transformers Final Exam May 22 12 ENG 341 14 45 17 00 Ch 19 Sec 2 3 Ch 19 Sec 4 5 6 7 Ch 13 Sec 1 2


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