Hybrid class of EECE202 (Network I) & EECE208 (Lab)

Dr. Charles Kim

The
entrance gate to ECE and the only road to *Network Analysis II*
and *Electronics I *to *Signal and Systems*

Pre-requisite: Physics 2 (PHYS014)

Co-requisites: MATH159 (Differential Equations)

Introduction to Hybrid Class and Syllabus for Network 1 only

What is Mobile Lab ? (Link to the Mobile Lab Page)

Traditional Labs (since we cannot ignore the traditional lab setting and equipment): Tour, Lab 1, and Lab 2

Mobile Studio Lab Tutorial (with example Labs)

Chapter 1: Circuit Variables

LAB 1:

Chapter 2: Circuit Elements

KVL and KCL --Example Problems

Polarity Revisited along with KVL and KCL

LAB 2:

- (Manuals: Tek 2235 Oscilloscope, Tek CFG280 Function Generator, Tek CDM250 Digital Multi-Meter, HP 34401A Multimeter, and Tek PS280 Dual Power Supply)

LAB 3:

**HOMEWORK #1****(closed)**

Chapter 3: Simple Resistive Circuits

Resistor Spec and Equivalent Resistance Example

MOBILE LAB 1:MS-01Resistors and Voltage Division ( Link to Mobile Lab page)D'Arsonval Movement and DC measurement

MOBILE LAB 2:MS-02Bridge Circuit Application with CdS Cell

EXAM#1(20%):

**Focus of EXAM#1-**(a) Understanding of polarity, passive convention, and power calculation, (b) Ability to use 3 Laws interchangeably to solve simple and complex circuit problems, (c) Ability to solve problems with dependent sources, (d) circuit simplification using series/parallel and Delat-to-Y transformation, (e) voltage divider rule and current divider rule application in circuit, and (f) Ability to solve practical electrical problems using the 3 laws.

Chapter 4: Techniques of Circuit Analysis

- Node Voltage Method

MOBILE LAB 3:

MS-03CdS Cell Application with Comparator LM339

- Junior Yigzaw, Laurence Wilson, and D'Angelo Woods (from left) are
- testing their CdS cell circuit for LED bar charting of the illumination level.
- Node Voltage Method - Special Case

- Superposition Principle

MOBILE LAB 4:

- Thevenin Theorem

MOBILE LAB 5:

MS-05Introduction to PSpice and PSpice Assignment (by a week after the Lab)

- Maximum Power Transfer

MOBILE LAB 6:

MS-06Thevenin Theorem and Maximum Power Transfer

- Ashley Wells and Danah Warren (from left) scrutinize the calculation of Thevenin resistance by Oluwayemisi Sonoiki.

ClickAboveto watch Don King's near-burn incident when too small a resistor is connected to the circuit, which made even stoic Marlon Mckinnie (left) gasp. The arm in front and the sound from background are Tolulope Kupoluyi's.- Mesh Current Method
- Mesh Current Method-Special Case
- Node Method or Mesh Current?

- Source Transformation
- Summary

EXAM#2(20%):

**Focus of the Exam#2-**- (a)The ability to use node voltage method and mesh current method in a complex circuit (30%). (b) Ability to derive Thevenin equivalent circuit and it's application to max power transfer (30%), and (c) Combined and synthetic application of node, mesh, Thevenin, source transformation in to a circuit problem (40%).

**PROJECT(15%) :**

- Project Description
- Peer Evaluation Form (Print, Fill out, then
the form.Hand Deliverelectronic submission)No

**PROJECT RESULTS**

Chapter 6: Inductors and Capacitors

MOBILE LAB 7:

MS-07RC Circuit and Time Constant and Tutorial - Transient Analysis using PSpice

- Mark Innis (right) drives the pad of the tablet PC to measure the time
- constant of the RC circuit as Sharonda Harmon wheels the variable resistor.
- Summary

Chapter 7: First-Order Circuits

Chapter 8: Second-Order Circuits

**MOBILE LAB 8:****MS-08**RLC Transient Circuit Analysis

**FINAL EXAM A (30%)**:The following subjects will be the subject of the final exam.

- (a) Circuit Laws & Methods (Ohm's Law, KCL, KVL, Delta-Y, Node, Mesh Analysis) application (15%)
__Focus__: Clear understanding the core concepts, and their combined application into a circuit of mid-level complexity- (b) Thevenin, Max Power, Source Transform application (15%)
__Focus__: Deriving Thevenin voltage and resistance, and it's application to maximum power transfer- (c) Transient event analysis using differential equation approach (1st order) (35%)
__Focus__: Deriving a 1st order differential equation in a switching circuit, including initial condition and solution process.- (d) Transient event analysis using differential equation approach (2nd order) (35%)
__Focus__: Deriving a second order differential equation in a switching circuit, including initial condition and solution process.**FINAL EXAM B**- The following subjects will be the subject of the final exam of the lab component
- (a) Basic use of power supply, function generator, scope, and DMM (25%)
- (b) Resistor/Capacitor color/number codes (25%)
- (b) Basic use of Mobile Studo (25%)
- (c) Circuit implementation and Mobile Studio operation (25%)

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