Circuit Analysis & Design (Circuit I) - auce

Circuit Analysis & Design (Circuit I)

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Course Code:

SCCM355

Course Hours:

40

Contact Hours / Week:

3

Prerequisite:

UCSI202

Co-requisite:

None

Aims of Course:

The purpose of the course is to introduce digital electronics and modern implementation of combinational and sequential circuits in addition to the principles of hardware design. The course offers examples of real-world circuits, taken from real-world devices. Most chapters begin with a brief description of a practical application of the material that follows and concludes with a quantitative analysis of the application along with a Practical Perspective problem. Students will understand and apply the contents to the solution of a real world problem.

 

Learning Experiences:

The course is offered in 40 hours lecture with individual exercises, project works and problem solving

 

Course Learning Outcomes:

Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able:

  • To understand Circuit Analysis concepts such as Circuit Variables, Circuit elements, Simple Resistive Circuits, Amplifiers and other techniques.
  • To appreciate passive elements. Circuit’s law. Node and mesh analysis. Norton and Thévenin Theorems
  • To emphasize the relationship between conceptual understanding and problem solving approaches
  • To understand Parallel RL and RLC circuits

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