ece 2004: network analysis

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ECE 2004: NETWORK ANALYSIS
INSTRUCTOR: Dr. T.-C. Poon
Office: 641 Whittemore Hall
Office Hours: 1-2:00 pm MWF or by appointment via e-mail
E-mail: [email protected]
GTA: Douglas Lockett
Office: ??? Whittemore Hall
Office hours: ???
E-mail: ???
COURSE DESCRIPTION: Introduction to the basic laws and techniques for the analysis of electric
networks. Calculation of the response of networks with R, L, and C components, independent sources,
controlled sources, and operational amplifiers. Analysis of AC steady-state circuits. Prerequisites: EF1016,
C- or better in MATH 1224 and MATH 1206
REQUIRED MATERIALS:
Electric Circuits, (6E), Nilsson and Riedel, Prentice-Hall (2001)
Introduction to PSpice Manual for Electric Circuits Using OrCad Release 9.1,
Nilsson and Riedel, Prentice Hall (2000)
COURSE GRADE:
In-class 50-min Exams ( 4 )
Homework
Final Examination (comprehensive)
400 pts
100 pts
100 pts
Homework:
Homework will be assigned in class. All homework is due at the beginning of class one week later on the
following week. Late homework will not be accepted. We will choose 3 problems to grade on any HW
assignment. It is advised that you do all problems. All grading are final. Homework problems must be
worked on standard 8 1/2 x 11 papers with all problems neatly worked and answers clearly designated.
Pages should be stapled together in the upper left-hand corner and turned in without being folded.
HOMEWORK NOT COMPLYING WILL BE RETURNED UNGRADED.
Homework and exam solutions:
Internet will be used to distribute homework and exam solutions. All posted items will be deleted from the
Internet 2 weeks after their first posting and they will not be re-posted. The web address for the class
web page is
http://www.ece.vt.edu/faculty/poon/ECE2004-S04/
Examination: Close books/ notes and no calculators allowed during exams unless notified. All
grading are final. However, grading errors will be cheerfully corrected. If you have any questions about
your progress and standing in the course, don't hesitate to ask me during my office hours.
Honor system:
Each student must submit an individual and independent homework solution. The GTA will check
for copying/cheating. Students are advised to visit the following Website for information regarding Honor
System: http://filebox.vt.edu/studentinfo/ugradhonor/
THE HONOR CODE WILL BE STRICTLY ENFORCED IN THIS COURSE. HONESTY IN YOUR
ACADEMIC WORK WILL DEVELOP INTO PROFESSIONAL INTEGRITY.
ECE 2004 PRELIMINARY COURSE OUTLINE
WEEKS
1
1
1.5
Exam#1
1.5
1.5
Exam#2
1.5
1
Exam#3
2
2
Exam#4
1
Final
CONTENT
Voltage and Current, Circuit Elements, Power and Energy
Kirchhoff's laws
Simple Resistive Circuits
CHAPTER
1
2
3
Node-Voltage Method, Mesh Current Method
Thevenin and Norton Equivalents, Maximum Power Transfer
4
4
Operational Amplifier
Inductance and Capacitance
5
6
First-Order RL and RC Circuits
Natural and Step Responses of RLC Circuits
7
8
Sinusoidal Steady-State Analysis
Comprehensive
9
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