Continues the study of AC/DC circuits started in Electrical Circuits I. Introduces advanced DC circuit analysis techniques such as Thevenin's Theorem and nodal analysis. Includes discussion of voltage and power theorems used in the analysis of AC circuits consisting of both resistance and reactance. The complex plane and construction of phasor diagrams are also discussed. Concludes with an introduction to electronic filter circuits used in transmission and communication equipment. Approximately 50 percent of the course is spent in the laboratory, applying the principles and theory presented in the classroom. Prerequisite: Electrical Circuits I 10605105 with a "C" or better; Corequisite: Trigonometry with Applications 10804196
Prerequisite: Electrical Circuits I 10605105 grade "C" or better; Corequisite: Trigonometry w/Apps 10804196
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