Analog Signals and Systems (EP 214.3)

Recent/Current Offerings

Syllabus / Public content Section Term Instructor
EP 214 02 January 2017 Douglas Degenstein (primary instructor)
EP 214 P02 January 2017
EP 214 P04 January 2017
EP 214 P06 January 2017
 
EP 214 02 January 2016 Douglas Degenstein (primary instructor)
EP 214 P02 January 2016 Matthew Kozun (primary instructor)
EP 214 P04 January 2016 Matthew Kozun (primary instructor)

Description

Introduces the mathematical techniques for determining the behavior of analog systems. Topics include complex numbers and functions, first and second order differential equations for modeling electrical and mechanical systems, the Laplace transform, solutions for initial conditions, solutions for a step input, general transient response, the frequency response, Bode plots, s-plane analysis and stability, one and two pole filters, the Fourier transform.

Prerequisite(s)

EP 202 or EE 202.

Prerequisite(s) or Corequisite(s)

MATH 224 or MATH 226 or MATH 238.

Note

Students who have credit for EE 214 may not take this course for credit.

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