Introduction to Electronic Circuit Analysis
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Introduction to Electronic Circuit Analysis

Learn the fundamentals of electronic circuit analysis
4.5 (2 ratings)
Instead of using a simple lifetime average, Udemy calculates a course's star rating by considering a number of different factors such as the number of ratings, the age of ratings, and the likelihood of fraudulent ratings.
426 students enrolled
Created by Laura Martinus
Last updated 2/2017
English
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Includes:
  • 1 hour on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Analyse DC electronic circuits using basic laws and theorems
  • Understand the fundamentals of electronic circuits
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Requirements
  • No prior knowledge needed
Description

This course covers the basics you need to know when starting out with electronic circuits. The fundamentals of analysing DC electronic circuits is explained through the use of worked out examples.

The following topics are covered:

  • The terminology needed is defined.
  • The basic laws of Ohm and Kirchhoff are explained.
  • How to apply the laws in circuit analysis through the use of nodal and mesh analysis is demonstrated.
  • The theorems of source transformation, superposition, Thevenin, and Norton are defined and examples are worked out.
  • Analysis methods regarding ideal operational amplifiers are covered.
  • A brief introduction to capacitors and inductors is provided.

Each topic is defined and thoroughly illustrated through the use of step-by-step examples.


Who is the target audience?
  • A person who wants to gain an understanding of basic electronic circuits
  • First year engineering students struggling with their electronics module
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Curriculum For This Course
6 Lectures
01:13:35
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Fundamentals
2 Lectures 17:11

This lecture covers the basic terminology of electronic circuits, including current, voltage, resistance and power.

Preview 03:54

In this lecture the fundamental laws of electronic circuits, Ohm's law and Kirchhoff's current and voltage laws, are explained and their application demonstrated.

Preview 13:17
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Analysis Methods
1 Lecture 19:31

The principles behind, and the methods to apply, nodal analysis and mesh analysis are covered in this lecture, including how to handle supernodes and supermeshes. This forms the basis of analysis of electronic circuits.

Preview 19:31
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Operational Amplifiers
1 Lecture 08:41

This lecture provides an explanation on ideal operational amplifiers, and demonstrates how to analyse circuits containing these operational amplifiers using the previously explain analysis methods.

Preview 08:41
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Theorems
1 Lecture 19:24

In this lecture the following theorems are explained and demonstrated: 

  • Source transformation
  • Superposition
  • Thevenin's Theorem
  • Norton's Theorem
Preview 19:24
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Capacitors and Inductors
1 Lecture 08:48

The basics behind capacitors and inductors are explained in this lecture. Circuit analysis is demonstrated on circuits containing capacitors, inductors, resistors, and operational amplifiers.

Preview 08:48
About the Instructor
Laura Martinus
4.5 Average rating
3 Reviews
488 Students
2 Courses
Computer Engineer

Laura Martinus has recently completed her B.Eng degree in Computer Engineering. Her main expertise is in embedded systems, a merge between hardware and software. 

All through university she tutored those struggling with first-year electronics and decided to rather post online lectures which would be able to reach more people than one-on-one tutoring sessions would.