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Analog Circuits - Direct Current (DC)

    • Electric charge and electricity​

    • Electric force and Coulomb's law

    • Electric flux and Gauss's law

    • Voltage and current

    • Resistance

    • Electrical power and energy

    • Common electrical hazards

    • Protection against electrical hazards

    • Electrical emergencies

    • Safe grounding

    • Resistors​

    • Capacitors

    • Inductors

    • Diodes

    • Transistors

    • Operational amplifiers

    • Ohm's law​

    • Ohm's law triangle

    • Graphical representation of Ohm's law

    • Ohm's law lab

    • Electric power

    • Power triangle

    • Ohm's law pie chart

    • Watt's law lab

    • Source transformations​

    • Mesh current analysis

    • Nodal voltage analysis

    • Star-delta transformation

    • Thevenin's theorem

    • Norton's theorem

    • Superposition theorem

    • Permanent magnets​

    • Electromagnetism

    • Magnetic units of measurement

    • Electromagnetic induction

    • Mutual inductance

    • Capacitor transient response​

    • Inductor transient response

    • Voltage and current calculations

 

Analog Circuits - Alternating Current (AC)

    • What is Alternating C​urrent

    • Generation of alternating current

    • AC vs DC characteristics

    • AC waveform ​representation

    • Types of periodic waveform

    • AC waveform characteristics

    • Complex number representation​

    • Complex number arithmetic

    • Complex conjugate

    • Complex number using polar form

    • Conversions of complex number

    • Phase difference​

    • Phase difference of waveforms

    • Phasors and phasor algebra

    • AC applied across a resistor​

    • AC circuit with series resistive loads

    • AC circuit with parallel resistive loads

    • AC inductance​

    • AC capacitance

    • R, L, C circuits

    • Low-pass ​filters

    • High-pass filters

    • Band-pass filters

    • Band-stop filters

    • Mutual inductance and basic operations​

    • Step-up and step-down transformers

    • Electrical isolation

    • Phasing

    • Single-phase power system​s

    • Three-phase power systems

    • Phase rotation

    • Introduction to motors​

    • Synchronous motors

    • Reluctance motors

    • Stepper motors

    • Brushless DC motors

    • Other motors

    • Circuits and speed of light​

    • Characteristic impedance

    • Finite-length transmission lines

    • Long and short transmission lines

    • Waveguides

 

Digital Circuits

    • Numbers and symbols​

    • Systems of numeration

    • Decimal versus binary numeration

    • Octal and hexadecimal numeration

    • Conversion from decimal numeration

    • Binary addition​

    • Negative binary numbers

    • Subtraction

    • Overflow

    • Digital signals and gates​

    • The NOT, AND, OR, and NOR gates

    • Other common gates

    • Logic signal voltage levels

    • "Ladder" diagrams​

    • Digital logic functions

    • Permissive and interlock circuits

    • Motor control circuits

    • Programmable logic controllers

    • Boolean arithmetic​

    • Boolean algebraic identities

    • Boolean algebraic properties

    • DeMorgan's theorems

    • Converting truth table into Boolean expressions

    • Venn diagrams and sets​

    • Boolean relationships on Venn diagrams

    • Converting a Venn diagram into a Karnaugh map

    • Karnaugh maps, truth tables, and Boolean expressions

    • Sum (Σ) and product (𝚷) notations

    • Don't care cells in the Karnaugh map

    • A half adder​

    • A full adder

    • Decoder and Encoder

    • Demultiplexers and Multiplexers

    • Digital logic with feedback​

    • The S-R latch

    • The D latch

    • Flip-flops

    • Binary count sequence​

    • Asynchronous counters

    • Synchronous counters

    • Counters modulus

    • Finite state machine

    • Serial-in, serial-out shift registers​

    • Parallel-in, serial-out shift registers

    • Serial-in, parallel-out shift registers

    • Parallel-in, parallel-out registers

    • Ring counters

    • The R/2R DAC

    • Flash ADC

    • Digital ramp ADC

    • Successive approximation ADC

    • Other ADCs

    • Networks and buses​

    • Data flow

    • Electrical signal types

    • Optical data communication

    • Network topology

    • Network protocols

    • Digital memory terms and concepts​

    • Modern nonmechanical memory

    • Read-only memory

    • Memory with moving parts: "Drives"

    • A binary adder​

    • Look-up tables

    • Finite-state machines

    • Microprocessors

    • Microprocessor programming

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