# EE1C11 Linear Circuits A

**Topics:**Circuit theory course for first year EE students, Part 1

An important part of the first part of Linear Circuits (EE1C11) is a practicum. Here the student learns to read a circuit diagram, to build and engineer an electrical circuit, and to test an electric circuit dealing with real measurements.

After following this course the student should know:

- The basic concepts of electrical circuits (current, voltage, charge, energy, power);
- The basic components as independent sources, resistors, inductors, capacitors, and dependent sources;
- The laws of Ohm's, Kirchhoff's theorem, Norton and Thevenin equivalents, to calculate currents and voltages in circuits;
- Serial and parallel circuits to calculate currents and voltages;
- The nodal method, the mesh method to calculate currents and voltages in circuits;
- How to solve first order differential equations to analyse transients in electric circuits.
- How to build circuits making use of soldering techniques;
- How to read and build a circuit given the diagram of an electrical circuit;
- To interpret data of components in the data sheets;
- How to test an electrical circuit making use of a signal-generator, a meter and / or an oscilloscope

## Teachers

### Armando Rodrigo Mor

### dr. Morteza Alavi

RF Integrated Circuit

### ing. Marco Pelk

### Mohamad Ghaffarian Niasar

### dr. Masoud Babaie

RF circuits

### dr. Ioan Lager

Computational electromagnetics, antenna engineering

Last modified: 2019-12-16