Earn a certificate of completion that's suitable for framing in Network Analysis.
This course is designed to explore principles of duality, superposition, Thevenin's and Norton's theorems, Ohm's and Kirchhoff's laws applied to AC circuits with emphasis on nonlinear analysis of electronic circuits with active devices. The laboratory portion of the course elaborates on these subjects with experiments to further explain them.
- 12 distance learning lessons with labs
- Parts Kits
- Personal Training Lab
This course consists of twelve lesson assignments. Each lesson requires you to read topics, or portions thereof, and to answer questions based on the assigned readings.
You should solve all the problems in the exercise sections before continuing to the next topic and perform all the laboratory experiments.
Master the concepts presented within each reading assignment. Solve all problems in all exercise sections. Take time to compare your laboratory results with the expected results based on theory.
STUDENT EVALUATION AND GRADING METHOD:
Students are required to complete all performance requirements listed below. Each of the twelve assignments concludes with an examination comprising of a multiple-choice test. The assignment examinations are open book.
The final grade for this course will be determined as follows: Twelve examinations = 100%
Kirchhoff's Laws (5210)
Goals: Upon the completion of this lesson the student will have a more in-depth understanding of Kirchhoff's current and voltage laws, voltage notation, determining voltage between two points and marking polarities across resistors. The student will also learn more about the FET.
Kirchhoff's Laws Laboratory (5350)
Goals: Upon the completion of this lesson the student will comprehend Kirchhoff's laws experimentally. They will be able to apply the theory they previously learned in lesson 5210 through active learning.
Increasing Your Understanding of Kirchhoff's Laws (5351)
Goals: Upon the completion of this lesson the student will gain an even deeper understand of how Kirchhoff's laws are applied to capacitive and diode circuits.
Basic Circuit Principles Applied to Practical Design (5213)
Goals: Upon the completion of this lesson the student will understand the nature of equivalent circuits for resistors and complex circuits, three-terminal networks, pi to T and T to pi networks, and how to solve ladder networks.
Basic Design Laboratory (5353)
Goals: Upon the completion of this lesson the student will reinforce their knowledge of using equivalent circuits, understanding complex networks, and analyzing three-terminal resistive networks.
Network Theorems (5217)
Goals: Upon the completion of this lesson the student will gain an understanding of conductance, dual circuits, conservation of power, the constant voltage and current sources, and superposition.
Dual Circuits Laboratory (5356)
Goals: Upon the completion of this lesson the student will gain a practical understanding of conductance and dual circuits.
Goals: Upon the completion of this lesson the student will gain a practical understanding of a constant current source, equivalent voltage and current sources and superposition.
Phasor Representation of Steady‑State Circuits (5123)
Goals: Upon the completion of this lesson the student will continue to learn about the mathematical operation using phasors. They will also understand the meaning of steady state analysis of an ac circuit. They will then be exposed to the sense of an ac circuit such as the voltage sense and current sense.
Advanced Network Theorems (5216)
Goals: Upon completion of this lesson the student will become knowledgeable about circuit theorems such as Thevenin, Norton, Reciprocity, Substitution, Compensation and Millman's.
Advanced Network Theorems Laboratory, Part 1 (5360)
Goals: Upon completion of this lesson the student will develop a better understanding through practice of Thevenin, Norton, Substitution, Compensation, and Millman's theorems.
Advanced Network Theorems Laboratory, Part 2 (5361)
Goals: Upon completion of this lesson the student will further his or her understanding of lesson 5360 by experimenting with the Reciprocity theorem, black box measurements, measuring combined AC/DC sources, and circuit analysis using superposition.
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