ELEC 225, Fall 2002

Prof. Rich Kozick

## ** What is new in ELEC 225?**

What will be new in ELEC 225 that you didn't do in ELEC 120?
- Systematic methods to analyze more complicated circuits
- Use differential equations to analyze transient response (ELEC 226)
- Analyze sinusoidal steady-state in the "frequency domain" using
phasors and impedances
- Analyze circuits using Laplace transforms and the s-domain (ELEC 226)
- Analyze circuits with R, C, L, op amps, and mutual inductance
(transformers)
- Three-phase circuits
- Two-port circuits
- PSpice for computer simulation and analysis
- More practice with the
*fundamental* circuit analysis
concepts so that you get good at them!!

In fact, even in graduate school, you study these same topics, but
with increasing sophistication!