Network analysis is the process of finding the voltages and currents within every component in a network.
This course covers the principles of resonant circuits, Nodal method of analysis, mesh analysis, usage of determinants in solving linear systems of equations, two port linear network analysis, and matrix theory and its applications in electronics circuits. The laboratory portion of the course elaborates on these subjects with experiments to further explain them.
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This course consists of sixteen 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 above. Each of the sixteen 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: Sixteen examinations = 100%
Ohm's and Kirchhoff's Laws Applied to A C Circuits (5231)
Goals: Upon completion of this lesson the student will have a better understanding of how Kirchhoff's Laws and Ohm's Law are applied to AC circuits. The affects of impedance are also investigated.
A C Circuit Analysis (5232)
Goals: Upon completion of this lesson the student will understand how RL and RC circuits behave across voltage sources and then how their equivalent circuits and duality affect the circuits. Thevenin and Norton theorems are used to analyze RL and RC circuits
AC Power and Solving Stage Coupling Problems (5233)
Goals: Upon completion of this lesson the student will understand how to determine frequency response of a network, how to determine the power in an AC circuit, and the maximum power transfer.
Resonant Circuits (5234)
Goals: Upon completion of this lesson the student will understand resonant circuits, series and parallel, the Q of a circuit and bandwidth.
AC Networks Laboratory (5364)
Goals: Upon completion of this lesson the student will apply their understanding of AC circuitry experimentally by investigating phase shifts, filters, maximum power transfer, and resonant circuits involving RL and RC circuits.
Linear Network Analysis (5626)
Goals: Upon completion of this lesson the student will be able to define the types of networks, solve a network using mesh, nodal, determinants, and duality.
Simplifying Network Analysis by Using Determinants (5630)
Goals: Upon completion of this lesson the student will get a more in-depth understanding of determinants.
Two Port Linear Networks (5633)
Goals: Upon completion of this lesson the student will learn how to solve two-port networks using z-parameters, equivalent circuits, transmission matrix, two-port Y and h matrixes and matrix conversion.
PC Board Layout (6442)
Goals: Upon completion of this lesson the student will have a better understanding of how to develop and design printed circuit boards.
Phase Locked Loops (6410)
Goals: After completing this lesson the student will understand what a PLL is, its operation, history, components, its frequency synthesizers, and then applying a Phase Lock Loop for motor-seed control.
Active Filters (6414)
Goals: After completing this lesson the student will understand what a filter is, a first order filter, second order filter, low pass and high pass active filter, band pass, higher order filters and their design.
Goals: After completing this lesson the student will understand more about transducers, such as strain gauges, thermocouples, thermistors, phototransistors, opto-isolators, LEDs, microphones, pickups, and hall effect devises.
Signal Flow Analysis (6418)
Goals: After completing this lesson the student will understand basic signal flow graphs and their operations. The Mason's graph transmittance formula is shown along with rules for making graph inversions.
General Feedback Principles (5637)
Goals: After completing this lesson the student will develop a better understanding of feedback systems and their principles, such as sensitivity, positive and negative feedback, closed loop gain and system frequency responses.
Servomechanisms and Control Systems (5638)
Goals: After completing this lesson the student will understand what the basic servomechanisms are, how they can be used as a speed control system, the damping ratio, natural frequency, and identifying the transient response.
Data Transmission, Part 1 (6440A)
Goals: After completing this lesson the student will understand the characteristics of data transmission such as serial vs. parallel, channel configurations, channel capacity with and without noise, A/D and D/A converters, PCM, parity and check bit and encoding and decoding for single bit detection.
Data Transmission, Part 2 (6440B)
Goals: After completing this lesson the student will have gained more knowledge of data transmission by understanding what asynchronous and synchronous data transmission is, UARTs, RS-232-C and the IEEE-488 digital interfaces, and how data is modulated and demodulated.
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